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MIUadison, JFlorida 32340)


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The county commission
continued to chew on the
county administrator issue at
the Wednesday, January 19,
board meeting. They chewed
some more, then spit it out,
then put it back in their
mouths and chewed on it
again. When all was said and
done they had done nothing,
except agree to come together
sometimes next week. when
consultant Jim Parrish re-
% rites the job description, and
chex% on it some more.
Commissioner Ricks
Henderson made a motion to
put someone in basically the


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Bonnie Webb and Patricia
Bass, from the Madison Coun-
ty Health Department, ap-
peared before the Madison
County Commission on


same position with the same
job duties that former County
Manager Paula Arnold had.
Hearing no second to the mo--,
tion, Commission Chairman
Alfred Martin passed the gav-
el to Henderson, the vice-
chairman, and made the sec-
ond himself.
Commissioner Clyde
King said that he would not
vote for a county manager,
since it would make his con-
stituents angry
"You %%ait until it goes
into the newspaper that \%e
hired a counts manager." King
said.
When the \ote \ias taken.
the motion failed 2-3, with


'Wednesday,. January 19, pre-
senting them w ith pedometers
and information about walk-
ing.


Webb told
Please See Step
Page 3A


the board
Lip. Florida.


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Annie's Nailbox\............. 14A
Around Madison...........4-7A
Church.....................9A*:.-
Classifieds.................. 16A
Community Calendar.....4A
Feed & Game Chart........ 12A
Jail Report.......................2A
Legals............................. 16A


Nation & World...............15A
O bituaries.......... ............. .4
Outdoors................. 12-13A
The Remote
Guide..................B Section
Relay For Life..................6A
Step Back In Time..........14A
Weather........................20A


Clyde King


King and Commissioners Roy
Ellis and Ronnie Moore vot-
ing against the motion.
Along discussion ensued,
with a number of people sup-
porting the need for a county
administrator with authority
over department heads.
Elmer Spear spoke of the
two administrators in Hills-
borough County that he knew.
Spear did not note that the cur-
rent administrator there is an


Vicki Sherrard. left. and Missy Melhin. right, were
recognized bi the Madison County School Board on
Tuesday evening for passing their national board
teaching certification. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo
b) Jacob Benibr.. January 18, 20051

Sherrard, Melvin

Recognized For

National Teaching

Certification


B\ Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Vicki Sherrard. a pre-K
teacher at Lee Elementarn
School, and NMiss\ Melkin,
a special education teacher
at Madison County Central
School, have become na-
tional board certified teach-
ers. They were recognized
at the Madison County
School Board meeting on
Tuesday evening, January
18.
The national certica-:


tion means that Sherrard
and Melvin are qualified to
teach in an\ state in the na-
tion.
To achieve the national
board certification, teach-
ers hake to videotapee their
students. They were given
a portfolio with four parts
to it math, reading, social
studies and science. The
children's progress was
shown throughout the year.
Please See Certication.
Page 3A


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Jones Ask Commissioners

For Help Storing

Salvation Army Kettles


By Jacob Bembiy
Greene Publishing, Inc.
De 1 o r'i s
Jones, former
home econo-
mist and local
volunteer, pre-
sented good
news from the
Sa l ovation
Army at the
meeting on
Wednesday,
January 19. Delori
She said the Sal-
\ation Arm) 's kettle fund had
raised $4,683.79 this year,
compared to $4,597.52 a year
earlier.
"All funds remain in
Madison County to help the
people of Madison County,"


she said.
Jones said that each year,
the .Salvation,
Army gives
out gift packs.
This year, she
4 said, they gave
out 299 packs
Sto local nurs-
ing homes.
Jones also
had a concern
she shared
Jones with the board.
She said that
she needed a place to store the
Salvation Army kettles, in-
stead of on her front porch.
"Somebody told me my
place looks like Sanford and
Son's junk yard," Jones joked.
Please See Jones, Page 3A


attorney.
Others speaking in favor
of an administrator included
Ed Meggs, Brad Bashaw and
Marianne Green.
Bill Thompson, local sur-
veyor, suggested that the
county hire a zoning adminis-
trator. He noted that probably
half of the questions asked in
the county commissioners of-
fice were about zoning. He
suggested a zoning adminis-
trator be hired until a manager
can be placed in the office.
After a longwinded dis-
cussion that lasted over an
hour-and-a-half. Tim Sanders.
the county's Clerk of the
Court. cot up and said that if


there is not a unanimous deci-
sion by the board, the person
hired, whether it is a full-
fledged administrator or a
county manager, will feel out
of place.
Jerry Poole, a former
Suwannee County commis-
sioner, addressed the board
and said, "I've been where
you've been before." Noting it
was ob\ ious that the board
wouldn't make; a decision, he,
suggested the route that the
board finallN took.
B\ consensus, the corn-.
nissioners agreed to allow
Jim Parrish to rewrite the job
Please See Administrator.
Page 3A


Questions Still Raised


About Excel School


In Annual Audit


Frank Ruff. local CPA. presented information on the an-
nual audit to the Madison County School Board Tuesday
evening. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo b. Jacob Bembry,
January 18, 2005)


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Frank Ruff, local certi-
fied public accountant, gave
a review of his annual Madi-
son County School District
audit at the school board
meeting on Tuesday, January
18.
Ruff noted that the Madi-
son County Excel School has
improved but. they still had
problems. A year ago, Ruff
refused to comment on that
school's 'budget.
"I would like to urge
(Principal Maceo Howell) to
call upon the bookkeepers at
Lee Elementary School or
Pinetta Elementary School,
ones with a lot of experience,
to help the Excel bookkeep-
er," Ruff said.
Ruff noted that a lot of
the problem has to do with
duplicate payments. He said


a school board policy re-
quires both the principal and
the secretary to sign all re-
quests. Ruff noted there was
lax control over that.
Ruff said he encountered
someone signing blank
checks and then filling in the
amount.
"This needs to be
stopped immediately," Ruff
emphasized.
Ruff said things seemed
to be going smoothly at
Madison County Central
School. He noted that there
were too many days between
receipt of cash and it being
posted at'Lee and Green% ille
Elementary Schools.
"It's pretty hazardous
leaving money laying around
a school," Ruff said.
Ruff noted that all the
schools seemed to be doing
well with their budgets.


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County Commissioners Chew On Administrator Issue


County Commissioners

Sign "Step Up, Florida"

Proclamation -


Bonnie Webb. left. and Patricia Bass, right, presented
the Madison County Commission with pedometers and in-
formation about walking at the commissioners' Wednesday
meeting. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry,
January 19, 20051


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2A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, January 21, 2005


Jacob's Ladder
Jacob Bembry
Columrist


The Ginger Jar
Ginger Jarvis
Columnist


The Cup Of The Lord Or The Cup Of Demons? A Nose Under The Hand Is A Quest For Affection


"You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons; you cannot partake of the
Lord's table and the table of demons." I Corinthians 10:21 (New King James Version)
Ouch, that verse has some hard preaching, if you really think about it. It's about being dou-
ble-minded, or in. other words, a hypocrite!
I saw a sign recently at the Lee First Baptist Church that said, "When you don't witness, you
just did." I like that thought. It says a lot. When we don't tell people about God, we're really show-
ing them who we do serve.
Allow me to take the thought and add some of my own to it. Sometimes, when we do wit-
ness, we also witness for the wrong person (Satan) by the way we live.
I think of all the times I've been guilty of doing things that don't line up with the word of
God, yet, I tell people about Jesus Christ. I tremble in fear when I think about it and wonder if
I've given them the wrong message by witnessing with my lifestyle.
I don't drink. I don't curse. I don't do drugs. I don't do many of the things the Bible tells me that
I shouldn't do. Still, there are other things that I struggle with. When I'm with a group of friends,
I sometimes get involved in their gossip-or even introduce my own-or I kid around with them in
ways that I know are wrong. There are other things, too. God knows what they are.
It seems sometimes that I've drinking and eating from the Lord's buffet and from Satan's
smorgasbord.
I want to be able to witness God's saving grace to others, but I don't want to be a hindrance.
I know that amounts to easy preaching and hard living, but there are some verses in the Bible that
are really hard to swallow. They're like a bitter pill, but when they do go down and they put their
healing into effect, it's well worth it!
Pray for me that I will be a help instead of a hindrance to the unsaved around me, so that they
might be saved!


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JAIL REPORT


1/12/05
Michael Dean Depriest--
Cnminal registration/sexual of-
fender
Joel Frazier. Jr.--DUI. lea,-
ing the scene of an accident
1/13/05
Phillip Earl Robinson--Un-
knoi n
Joseph Albie Frisbee--Do-
metidc %iolence/battenr
1/141/05
Holli Trenise Decosta--VOP
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Randell Dale Scon. Jr.--Bat-
terN touch or t[rike). criminal
mischief. VOP icircuni
Charles WesIl McDonald.
Jr.--DWLSR or cancelled
Christopher Neil Dowdy--
Fatlure to appear, petit theft
Re\ .llan KerseN, Jr.--Crim-


final mischief. theft of utitili
equipment
1/15/05
Ronnie Philhp Warren, Jr--
Contempt of court non-suppon i
Tartacher Mitchell Chnsuian-
-Domestic iolence/bauter%
1/16/05
Jacquelyn Laquina Hazzard-
-Disruption of school function.
trespass after \naming
Keith Richard Shiver--Sexu-
al batters i victim over 11 and % 10-
lent threat i
Bruce Joel Bendl--Domestic
violence/banery
1/18/05
Wilhlam Harris, Jr.--Attach-
ing a tag not assigned. D\VLSR or
cancelled. obstruction by disguise
Curus Laon Duggan-
DWILSR or cancelled


I sat on one end of the sofa, hands on my lap, watching television. The dog lay at the oth-
er end of the sofa, completely still, almost (but not quite) asleep. I moved a little, resting my
left hand on my thigh; the dog's eyes opened. She continued to lie still for about five minutes,
then began a slow creep towards me. No rush, just inching on her stomach across the space
between us. This took a while, since she's a Dachshund and a long one, at that.
Finally she reached the point where her nose pressed gently against my leg, But that was
not her destination. Another inch, and her nose was pushing under my hand. I gave her a
scritch. Then her entire head was on my leg and under that hand. She stopped moving and
sank back into her state of near-oblhi ion.
By this time, I was laughing at her strategy. What a sneaky way of getting a little atten-
tion. We sat that way until the show was over, the dog and I both quite content:
I thought of that moment the other day during a TV commercial. You know the one the
'young child says, "Look at me, Dad." Another one shouts, "Watch me, Daddy." Children beg-
ging for attention from a parent. They do that when they're young; when they're older, they
beg just as strongly. OnNly they do it by smoking or taking up with the wrong friends or sud-
denly bringing home a miserable report card. The parent pays attention then, but sometimes
it is negative, Still, the kid gets the spotlight for a tinie.
We all crave attention and affection from somebody. I told a class a couple of years ago
that we all need seven hugs a day to be'emotionally healthy. I commented that, living alone,
I had a hard time getting that many hugs: Some students decided that they would see to it that
I got hugs every school day, and they kept it up until they graduated. Now others have picked.
u p the thread, and I look forward to those encounters. It really does revive the soul to knot\ a
hug is on the day's agenda. I try to pass the affection along, even if it's just an arm around a
shoulder or a pat on the back.
My father used to love watching baseball and football games on television. His grand-
children, however, had different ideas about what he should do when he made a lap in his big
chair,. "Read, Gafadda," Amy would plead as she held up a Little Golden book to him. He
couldn't resist that childish request; so he would pull her onto her lap and read. Soon Jay, Don,
and any other child in the house would pile onto his lap. They would sit there happily while
he read. The adults in the house would be snickering in the kitchen. Our reason? While he was
Snatching a game, he read about 142 miles an hour with no expression or recognition of peri-
ods. Those kids didn't care, though. They believed they had Grandfather's attention, and theNy
were content. He could have been a reading a book by Steven Hawking: still they would have
listened and loved.
One facet of a genial society is that people don't have to ask. Attention and affection just
flow. The grandfather says, "Come on, y'all. Let's read The Little Engine That Could." The
teacher holds hands with the student as they walk down the hall side by side. The friends open
their arms to hug when they meet.
The human touch holds a prominent position in our personal well-being and the health of
our society. If every person determined to "increase his borders" by giving one additional hug
or loving touch each day, what a different world we would inhabit. Kids wouldn't have to
ask, students wouldn't have to wonder. And dogs? They wouldn't hate to nudge us with their
noses.


I (With special gratitude to Michelle, Leah, Phillip, and Derek. I'll alwa\ ,s Lreasure
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Friday. January 21, 2005 VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Reflections From Blue Hollow

Elizabeth Tuttle
Columnist

7']'a'


Madison County Extension Service
Diann Douglas
Columnist
--


This will be my last column from Blue
Holler. We have several days before we will
leave this home and be in the newer home on
Nob Hill Lane. Knowing how things can
move along and not always follow the path
one has chosen, I am sure hubby will want to
.move a few days faster and I will be without
my computer for awhile.
As I lay in bed this morning, I couldn't
help but think about the big dog that was
barking outside my bedroom window. I won't
miss you at all, you noisy dog. For some rea-
son, this dog seems to think he must bark for
at least 2 hours every single morning after his
'master has left for work. This is usually while
it is still dark. I can only say thankfully this
dog's bark is low and deep sounding. If it was
one of the. yippy little dogs up from us, I
would be very disturbed.
So, as Mr. Dog's bark is annoying to a de-
gree, I won't miss him at all.
I have always loved animals, especially
dogs and cats, however, as the years have
passed, I prefer cats. We only have one as of
now. She is Miss Kitty, and is a great com-
panion.
Not only is she playful and has her funny
antics that make us laugh, but she is good,
and is no trouble to take care of at.all. She has
only one fault and I guess that is my doing. I
happened to buy her some kitty treats one day
at the grocery store. Well, she is indeed ad-
dicted to those kitty treats now. She even
knows when I have brought home the wrong
brand. She definitely has her preference of
which kind of kitty treat she likes the best.
I do try to spread them out throughout the
day, but she seems to think I should give her
some each and every time I pass through the'
kitchen. I have learned she is happy if I only
give her one or two. So, on the days that she
is really treat happy, this is what I do. If need-
ed, I like the fact that we can leave her alone
for a couple days if we need to. We haven't
had to very often, but I never worry about her
as she is content to sleep on her blanket on the


couch, play with some of her toy mice, watch
the birdies outside the windows and just take
care of her food, water and other duties in the
utility room.
She used to be an outdoor cat when we
lived in Madison. But, after our move to the
mountains, we have kept her inside. She has
adapted very well, and seems to rather enjoy
her indoor life. She has put on some weight as
she doesn't get to run around as much as she
used to outside. However, funny as she is, she
has devised some games for herself to make
sure she gets in her daily exercise.
One being she loves to take a flying run
throughout the house on the spur of the mo-.
ment. Just all of a sudden, she will start rac-
ing throughout the house,; in and out of
rooms, and when she hits the kitchen, wham,
look out. The kitchen has tile on the floor.
When she hits the kitchen, sometimes she will
be going so fast, her feet will just about come
out from beneath her. Many a time has she
tried to stop and sort of slide around the
kitchen and land into another room. However,
most times, I will hear her body bump into
one of the cabinets.
I keep wondering how in the world does
she keep from hurting herself? So far, she,
hasn't and seems to have it all under control.
She is funny to watch and seems to be happy
with herself that.she can do this and hate fun
at the same time.
She has very good manners. She doesn't
jump on the table; she doesn't jump on the
kitchen counters. I think she knows her mama
would smack her silly if she did. She does
love to get on my sewing table and lie in be-
hind %%here I sew. The sun shines on a certain
spot and I am sure she enjoys the warmth, es-
pecially this time of year.
By the way. our really cold weather is
back with us.......brrrrrrrrr. Snow is predicted
for this weekend: Mambe the snow will hold
off until we get everything moved.
In the meantime, I will be back soon, I
hope you will keep smiling....... e4ydet.O


Easy Ways To Eat 100
Now that the holidays are over, most of us
make that News Year's resoltuion to drop a few
pounds and get fit. Sometimes, we are too hard
on ourselves when we're trying to lose weight.
We eat some pretty awful tasting foods, forgo
getting together with friends if food is involved,
or take the joy out of eating through a monoto-
nous and limited diet.
As a general rule, it is better to aim for a
gradual weight loss, of no more than 1 to 2.
pounds per week. Sometimes all it takes is mod-
ifying your current eating habits. Alice Henne-
man, R.D., Extension Nutrition Specialist at the
University of Nebraska 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 two cups of
whole milk, switch to two cups of 1% lowfat
milk or skim milk. The nutrient- are comparable.
but you are saving calories.
Rethink your drink Drink a diet soda in-
stead of a regular soft drink and save 150 calo-
ries. A better option yet, is to drink water.
Dress, don't drown your salad If you've
been using 3 or more tablespoons of dressing, try
cutting back to 1 tablespoon of dressing or less.
Or experiment with some of the reduced calorie
versions even then, your salad will taste best if
"dressed" not "dro%% ned".
Watch your bread and spread Limit the


Less Calories Per Day
amount of bread and spread eaten before the
main course to one serving when dining out. You
always can eat more later if you're still hungry.
Count your cookies A single medium
sized cookie easily can have about 100 calories.
Often we pop two or more into our mouths be-
fore 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 more nutrients.
Be size-wise with fast food Calories
from fast foods add up quickly. If you are eating
fast food, change a few of your ordering strate-
gies. 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 re-
duced calorie dressing. It's still important to
check the calories on the salad dressing.
All of these strategies will help reduce your
total caloric intake for the day. If you continue to
use these practices you will begin to experience
weight loss without feeling hungry all day long.
For more information on nutrition. contact the
Madison Countr Extension Sert ice.
The Unit ersity of Florida Extension Madi-
son County is an Equal Emplo\ ment Opportuni-
ty Affirmative Action Employer authorized to'
provide research, educational information and
other services only to individuals and institutions
that function without regard to race, color, sex,
age, handicap or national origin.


Administrator Cont'd from Page IA
description and they ttould come back at a special meeting ne\t tteek to look at it.
It is unkno"\ n what date the meeting will be at this point, since it is contingent upon when
Parrish will be finished with the job description. It \\ ill take place after 5 p.m. one day to allot
public citizens, who were unable to attend the meeting at 9 a.m. on Wednesda\ morning because
they were at work. to attend the meeting. If you \ would like to attend. please call the County Corn-
missioners' administrathie office at 973-3179 or the Clerk of the Court's office at 973-1500 for
the meeting date.

Jones Cont'd from Page lA
Commission Chairman Alfred Martin told Jones that the counts could probably help and he gate
her the number of the maintenance supervisor, Albert Lee Bartield.
Before Jones left she said. "I \%ant Nou to remember this: if there's one person in Madison
County ho loves everybody here, it's Deloris Jones."


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Certification Cont'd from Page IA
The teachers also had to go to an assessment center and take a six-part test there. They had to score
at least a 275 to pass the test.
There were only 1.400 teachers in the state of Florida. 490 teachers in Georgia and 8.000
teachers nationwide %who passed the test.
Other Madison County teachers %w ho had previously been nationally board certified are Kathy
McCollum. Carol RNyals. Monteze Walker. Robin Smith. Debbie Christ and KathrNn Hale.

Step Up, Florida Cont'd from Page IA
about the Step Up. Florida program. She noted that it is to encourage Floridians to take 10,000
steps a day for better health.
Webb said that the kickoff for Step Up. Florida would take place at 8 a.m. on February 3 as
the banner is passed from the Jefferson County line into Madison County. The Florida Highwayv
Patrol %will escort the local walkers as the) walk across Madison County.
A ceremony w ill be held in the Four Freedoms Park at approxinatley 11:30 a.m.
The county commission signed a proclamation supporting Step Lp, Florida.


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January 29, 2005
!-o 10:00 am 6:00pm
Valdosta-Lowndes County Conference Center
Over 50 exhibitors specializing in the
finest bridal and wedding necessities.


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,a $1500 photography package from Delaforce Photoworks
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Friday, January 21, 2005


4A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder AROUND MADISON COUNTY


January 21
Post-Storm Timber Tax
& Forest Health Issues video-
conference from 4:30 7:00
p.m. at the Madison County
Extension Office, addresses
the casualty loss & forest
health issues brought on by
the destructive 2004 hurri-
cane season. Due to limited
space, registration is .re-
quired. Contact Chris De-
mers @352-846-2375,or cde-
mers@ifas.ufl.edu to register.


Edna Charlotte Pike, 87,
died Friday, January 14, 2005,
in Madison, Florida.
Graxeside funeral ser-
vices were held on Monday,
January 17, 2005, at 2 p.m. at
Oak Ridge Cemetery, Madi-
son.
She was born in Trenton,


. .' January 21
S i n I e s
Dance Paris. hosted
b\ Posiime Chriri-
an Singles. e\eri
Friday) at 1650 Ri\-
er Street (1/4 mile east of
Sam's Club), Valdosta.
Dance lesson from 8-8:30
p.m.; DJ plays country,
oldies, & pop rock from 8:30-
11 p.m. $8 admission in-
cludes snacks & beverages.
Info: 229-242-3797.

January 22
Celebrity Night Fund
Raiser sponsored by The Se-
nior Citizens Council of
Madison County Board of Di-


NJ, and had lived in Madison
since 1976. She was a home-
maker and was of the Baptist
faith.
She is sur\ ixed by three
sons, Douglas Pike, Raymond
Pike, and Warren Pike, all, of-
Cherry Lake; two. brothers,
Edgar Dodenhoff of Frederica,


rectors ati Yol Bear's Jell\-
stone Park. 6:00 p.m Cost is
125 and dress is \Western Ca-
sual. Dinner is )our choice of
Roast Beef or Chicken ser ed
%\ ith all sides including desert
and tea or coffee. Funds re-
ceived from this event will be
used for a new Senior Center.
For info and tickets contact
Council members.

January 22
Skeet Shoot, Mugge
Farm on Hwy 90, Greenville;
9 a.m. until ?; Sponsored by
the Greenville Baptist
Church, Hope'Diner, andRe-
lay For Life Team.


DE, and Raymond Dodenhoff
of Canden, DE; 20 grandchil-
dren; 12 great grandchildren;
and two great-great grandchil-
dren.

Michael

Wayne

"Mike"


Tyre

Michael Wayne "Mike"
Tyre, 48, died Friday, January
14, 2005, in Madison.
Funeral, services were
held on Tuesday,. January 17,
2005,'at 3 p.m. at Beggs Fu-
neral Home, Madison Chapel.
Burial was held in Oak Ridge
Cemetery in Madison.
He was born in Madison
and was a life long resident.
He was a member of the Madi-
son Church of God, Madison.
He is survived by his
wife, Donna Pate Tyre of
Madison; one son, Allen
Michael T) re and stepson.
Keith Christopher Dyess, both
of Madison; stepdaughter,
Amy Lee Wofford of NMadi-
son; grandson. Thomas Gadge
Eathridge: mother, Edith Tyre
of Jasper: and brother. Edwin
Tre of Jasper. He is also sur-
vived by many aunts. uncles.
cousins; and a host of friends.


January 22
Nladison County
Charinettes %ill sponsor a
congratLiidtor\ recognition
program for Charmette
Shirle\ Barfield i Hospital
Board member), Charmette
VeEtta Hagan-Smith (School
Board member) and Alfred
Martin (Fire Chief) at the
Madison County Recreation
Center from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Public is invited. For more
information, call Charmette
Lorraine J. Brown @ 973-
4857. President, Charmette
Annie Jo Martin.

January 22
Singles Fun & Friends,
sponsored by Positive Christ-
ian Singles, 7 p.m. in McKey
Park, Valdosta. Coed volley-
ball, basketball, darts, board
games, &'refreshments. Chil-
dren welcome .. Free. Info:
229-242-3797.

January 25
SGMC Holding Hands
Support Group, a local gener-
al cancer support group, at
South Georgia Medical Cen-
ter, 5:30 p.m. in'the Pearlman
Comprehensive Cancer Cen-
ter lobby. Participation is
free & open to all cancer pa-
tients &f their families. For"
additional info, call Christine
Forrest @ (229)259-4638:

January 25
SGMC Best Buddies
Support Group, a'local sup-
port group for breast cancer
survivors, from 6:00 p.m. to
7:30 p.m., in the Pearlman
Comprehensive Cancer Cen-
ter Conference Room. Partic-
ipation is free. All breast can-
cer survivors are encouraged
to attend. Feinditenial info.
call Christine Forrest @
(229)259-4638.

January 30
Robert Agner, Pastor,
Barbara Memorial Church of
the Nazarene, invites the pub-
lic to their annual Homecom-
ing Celebration on Sunday,.
:beginning at 10:30 A.M.
Chaplain Larry Kendrick
of Lake Cit\ will be speak-
ing. and special music willbe
provided. Bring a covered
dish and join us for food and
fellow ship.
A singspiration, includ-
ing congregational and spe-
cial music, will follow the
noon meal at 1:30' PM. Sev-
eral participants are sched-
uled to perform.,
Barbara Memorial is lo-
cated at 155 NE Nazarene
Church Way (off County
Road 254), Madison.


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Beverly Braswell was .cherished and loved
by many. This was obvious by the outpouring of
love we received from friends, relatives, and our
church family. To us she will always be the heart
of our family and will be dearly loved, forever
remembered, and missed everyday of our lives..
We cannot adequately express our appreciation
to each one of you who sent flowers, brought
food, visited, called, sent a card, made a dona-
tion to Cornerstone Baptist building fund, and/or
prayed during the duration of her sickness and
after her home going.
This world is only our home for a short time,.
and we know that she has gone to be with her
Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ who has prepared
a place for us for. eterriity. Beverly had a genuine
\ loae and concern for her loved ones and com-
munity to know Jesus as their personal Lord and
Savior.
In this time of sorrow, we pray for every lost
soul that your life be changed, so when your
time comes to leave this world you will know
that you will have a better place to go home to:
Please continue to pray for us as we will contin-
ue to live our lives for our Lord, doing His work
until it too is our time to get called home and be
reunited with our loved ones, but most impor-L
tantly, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

God Bless Your All!
S1eeiras,,ell. Buck and Vickie Bras,,ell.,
Lance and Holl\ Bras%\ell, Paul and Louise
Tolar, Paul B ron and Patricia Tolar, and
Mark and Pamela Johnson.


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AROUND MADISON COUNTY


Friday, January 21, 2005o


Madison County Relay For


Life Is Officially Underway


By Emerald Kins-
ley
Greene Publishing
Relay For Life
is officially up and
running after its
"Kick-Off" that
was held on Tues-
day January 11, at
the Madison
Woman's Club.
Relay For Life
supporters gathered
at 6:00 p.m. to en-
joy a delicious ar-
ray of "finger-
foods" arid lots of
fun and fellowship.
After dinner, the
crowd was statisti-
cally- informed of


cancer facts by Marianne
Goehrig, of Tallahassee.
Some of the amazing
facts given were.....
.....Nearly one-third of:
all cancer deaths are tobacco
related.
.....At least 85% of cur-
rent smokers, age 21 or older,
were addicted before the age
of 18.



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RELAY
FOR LIFE
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Fran Tuten (left) and Sandra Day are head-
ing up this year's Relay For Life in Madison


County.


.....17.5% of Florida's ,
high-school students are cur-
rent smokers.
......8% of middle school
students smoke.
Following the "cancer
education". Debra Lookabill.
of Madison, then gave a per-
sonal tesumonN of "Why I
Relay". referring to her past
cancer. She encouraged
everyone to get involved and
help get others involved so
that more money can be
raised and a cure can be found
for cancer.
Madison CountY's Relay
For Life is scheduled for
April 29-30 at the Madison
Count\ High School football
field. This year's goal is set
at $70.000 and hopes to ha e


40 teams (11 are cur-
rently signed up).
Luminaries are
again being sold at
$5 a bag, with the
hopes of 700 being
sold for 2005 Relay.
Survivors are once
again encouraged to
come walk the,open-
ing lap of Relay, and
the 2005 goal is set
at 75 surx\iors.
Fran Tuten, Madi-
son CountN RelaN
Chairman gave in-.
teresting facts about
the Florida Relay for
Life and the Rela\s


that are held nation-
w'ide.
.....Last year. 2.75 million
participated nation ide in
Relay For Life. 85.000 of
these were in Florida alone.
The survivors that walked the
opening lap. nation ide.
came in at 550,000, with
20,000 of these being in
Florida. There are 4200 Re-
lays nation ide, and 240 Re-
lays in Florida. Last [ear,
$300 million was raised na-
tionwide, with $14.5 million
coming from Florida.
Tuten also updated every -
one on the rising success of
this year's Madison County
Relay For Life. During the
Luminaria ceremony. the
ROTC will once again pla.
taps and lower the flag in
memory of those \\ho have
lost their battle to cancer. The
bag-pipe player %\ill also be
asked to come back.
The "Kick-Off" ended
with door prizes being draw n
and everyone going home
with a lovely gift. If anyone
is interested in starting a
team, ,please call, Fran. Tuten'.
at 973-5000.


Fran Tuten, (center). Madison County Relay For Life Chairman, holds the certificate
that was presented to Madison County for the American Cancer Society Pacesetter Award.4

Madison County Relay For Life


Earns Prestigious Pacesetter Award

The Relay For Life of Madison is among a "NMost importantly, the committee has done the
group of elite recipients of the American Can- advance work necessary to ensure a successful
cer Societi Pacesetter Award! This award is local 2005 Relay For Life. We're ver\ proud of
gi\en to Relay For Life events that are seating g their accomplishments."
the pace" for other Relays in Florida. Out of Pacesetter events %were recognized at the
264 Florida Relays. only 117 earned this pres- ACS Team Detelopment Summunit in Orlando
tigious award. To be recognized with the Pace- on January 7. and event chairs were treated to a
setter Award. Relays must meet certain criteria pmrate reception.
including recruiting 25 percent of the teams Rela\ For Life is an 18-hour team
goaled. recruiting 30 percent of past teams and fundraising e\ent \\here participants walk
holding an Early-Bird e\ent. Madison joins around a track, rela\ style, and camp out
Jefferson. Wakulla and Taylor as Pacesetter overnight. Teams of cancer-fighting enthusiasts
Aw\ ard winners in the Big Bend. vw ill gather at the Madison County High School
The 2005 Relay For Life Steering Corn- track on April 29 30 to show their support and
nittee. chaired b\ Fran Tuten., has been hard at dedication to fighting this disease. Volunteers
%work since last Mala to achieve the Pacesetter from our community are needed to organize
Award. Dedicated volunteers ha\e surpassed teams and work with committee members to
the Pacesetter requirements and made plans for plan the event.
future Relays in Madison County through de- American Cancer Societ\ is the nationwide
velopment of volunteerr succession plans. Eigh- community-based olunitar health organiza-
teen teams have already been recruited. with a tion dedicated to the elimination of cancer as a
local goal of 40. major health problem by preventing cancer.
"The Pacesetter Award shows this commu- saving lives, and diminishing suffering from
nitv's commitment to Relay as a year-round cancer, through research, education, advocacy.
-'event." said AmencariCancer Society Conunu---".and -.service..- For. more.. inforrmationjicalU-297-
nit) Representati\e Nanc) Flo\d Richardson. 05S8 or visit www.cancer.org.


]fr~td~d 2~ ~~vC19Y


This Special birthday
message is not so much to
Rebekah but for her. Rebekahl
is a beautiful child who was
bom with "Special needs."
There have been
many Special people in _
her life: the family, spe-
cial grandmas, thera-
pist, teachers, care-
givers, bus drivers, a
teacher at AICHS who
has always given
Rebekah Special 9
Christmas gifts, and
people in the commu-
nity who have shown
love to her in many
ways. We want to
thank all of you for your
thoughts and prayers
over the years. You have
truly helped raise up a
Special child.
There was a time not
long ago that I felt sorry for
Rebekah and myself I was
mad at God for a really long


time. God has done some real-
ly amazing things in His chil-
dren's lives and I wanted him
to fix this to heal her. It
wasn't until I began to
thank Him and praise Him
for the gift that He had
r already given me in
, Rebekah that I began to
see the healing take place.
Rebekah didn't need
fixing. She is God's child
and is perfect in His love.
It was me. It was my
heart that needed healing.
Rebekah, without say-
ing a word, has touched
and changed so many
. lives. IVith all that we
have and know to do, will
we be able to come close?
God has a purpose for
all of us. I believe Rebekah is
fulfilling hers really well.
From
Rebekah's Morn,
Sandra Chauncey


1 Senior Citizens Council To Sponsor

| A Celebrity Night Fund Raiser


The Madison County
Senior Citizens Council of
Madison County Board of
Directors is sponsoring a
Celebrity Night Fund Rais-
er on January 22. at 6:00
p.m. at Yogi Bear's Jelly-
stone Park.
Dinner plates are $25
each and the menu consists
of your choice of roast beef
or chicken served with all
the sides including desert
and tea or coffee.
This year's theme is
'"Building For Senior's Fu-
ture" and all funds received
from this event will be used
for a new Senior Center.
For all attendees, the
dress is Western Casual.
Please contact any of
* the Madison County Senior
Citizens Council Members
to order your tickets: Betty
Vann. 973-4490: Marie
Alexander. 973-2538: Eles-












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ta Pritchett. 948-7501: Ear-
ly Anderson. 973-6232; Joe
Peavy, 929-4747:
R e g i n a I d
Daniels. 973-
8165: Opie
Peavy.929-2364:
A n d r e w
Williams. 973-
2869: Roy Ellis.


971-5864: and Howard
Phillips. 973-2400.


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Georgia area for the last 11 years, Andy has
acquired an extensive knowledge of Chevrolet
products. Andy has a great reputation for
treating customers with honesty and respect
and %\ill compliment the Prince Automotive
Group. Andy and his w ife, Donna, have one
child and they attend First Baptist Church in
Quitman. Andy inW sites all of his friends and
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Friday, January 21, 2005


AROUND MADISON COUNTY


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


Madison County



Charmettes To



Honor Three


The Madison County Charmettes will
sponsor a congratulator recognition program
for Charmette Shirley Barfield (Hospital
Board member). Carmette VeEtta Hagan-
Smith (School Board member) and Alfred
Martin (1st African-American Fire Chief).
It will be held Saturday. January 22. from
3:00 to 5:00 P.M. at the Madison County
Recreation Center.
The public is invited. For more informa-
tion call Charmette Lorraine J. Brown at
973-4857 or 973-1651.


some mutual affection.
2677 HAYES Eight week old light Beige Male. Even
at this young age he seems to kno,, that love makes the %world
go around. Look in his eyes and fall in love.

Lost And Found Animals:
LOST: MAGGIE Six year old Black Female Cocker
Spaniel. No Collar. Lost near Midway Church Road and CR
53.
LOST- Eight year old Silver GreN Poodle. Neutered Two
pound Female. Health\ with old hind leg injury. Lost near
Friers Trailer Park.
We ha\e many more beautiful puppies and large dogs to
choose from.
The Suw\annee Valley Humane Societ, depends on adop-
tions for $45.00 which INCLUDES: spay/neuter, deforming.
heart orm/feline. availability of space.
Please come and visit us: our animals would love to meet


Suwannee Valley Humane Society
Two miles south of Lee off C. R. 255
From I-10. Exit 262 Take C. R. 255 north 1/2 mile

We are a Limited Space Shelter (no kill). You must check
with us pnor to bringing a drop-off animal to the shelter.
Hours: Tues to Sat. 10.00 to 2:00 or by appointment. Visit our
website and see the animals that need a really good home at
\\ ww.geocities.com/Suwanneehs.

Lost Or Found Pets:
If you have lost a pet, or found one. the humane society
will help you find your pet. Call us at (850) 971-9904 or toll
free at 1 866 236 7812. Leave a message if w e are closed:
we will return sour call. Remember to always call your local
animal controls or shelters if you have a lost or found pet.

Featured Animals For Adoption:
Cats:
2681 KIMMIE Four month old, old Tabby and White
Female....a lovely young lady w ith an eye to a loving home.
2666 DOROTHY Four month old Orange with white
around the eyes) Female Frisky and playful...and wants a per-
son to call her own.
2680 KIPP Four month old Tabby Male Brother to
Kimrmie and a charming fellow lie is. Ready to take care of his
own human family.
2644 FROSTY Five month old solid White Male Cats
are known for their independent spirits and this handsome boy
is CAT personified. He loves to play attack and can juggle
\with all four feet.
.2609 Nine month old Grey Male. An affectionate lad
who will bask with joy when he finds his intended home.
Come meet me!
We have many more kittens and cats that are spayed or
neutered, vormued, Fel. Luk tested, rabies shots. Adoption
S45.00.

Dogs:
2683 RUSTY Seven week old Chocolate and White
Male. One of a pair of fun-loving boys. There is a lot of en-
thusiasm for life in a small package.
2682 TEDDY Seven week old White w ith Brown Male.
The other half of this dynamic duo. These guys Were made to
cuddle.
2679 ANITA Eight week old Black and Brown Female.
One of a trio of new residents here at the shelter. A sweet ad-
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The Rotary Club of Perry is spic-
ing things up in Taylor County by
sponsoring their 3rd Annual Rotary
Club Chili Cook-Off to be held in
Perry, Florida, at Forest Capital State
Park on April 2nd, 2005, during the
Florida State Bluegrass Festival.
Great prizes are-to be won with Citi-
zens Bank of Perry sponsoring this
event. A $500 Saving Bond will be
awarded to the 1st place winner; a
.$200 Saving Bond to the 2nd place
winner; and a $100 Savings Bond to
the 3rd place winner. There will also
be a "People's Choice Award" which
will be decided by those at the event
who feast on the samplings. A special
award will go to the person selected


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to receive this award. Certificates and
t-shirts will be given to all partici-
pants!
So be sure to join us here in Per-
ry for the "hottest" event of the year!!
Whether you -want to sample all the
different kinds of chili, or you want
to enter, be sure to not miss this
event. And don't forget the Florida,
State Bluegrass Festival will be held
also, so great entertainment will be
provided. There is no entry fee for the-
festival.
For information about entering
your prize winning chili just call the
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce for an application and set
of rules at 850/584-5366.


New Movie Puts


Winn"Dixie In The


A Newbery medal-%win-
ning children's story making
its way to the bie screen could
have an impact at a supermar-
ket near you. Southeastern gro-
cery chain. Winn-Dixie Stores.
Inc., is featured as the name-
sake of the book and movie -
."Because of Winn-Dixie" and
.,is sharing its role as a mo\ ie
star with its customer through
a shopping rewards program
and book donations throughout
its operating areas.
"Because of Winn-Dixie."
starring Jeff Daniels. Cicely
Tysoh. Dave Matthews. E\a
Marie Saint, and introducing
AnnaSophia Robb, opens in
theaters nationwide February
18. Portions of the movie.were.
filmed at a \\ inn- Di ie store in
Louisiana; The store\ chroni-'
cles a girl who befriends sever-
al uncommon characters in her
new\ home of Naomi. Florida -
including ,a stray dog she
meets at the to\\n sinn-Dix-
ie sore. Through. her new
friends, India Opal Buloni
learns the joj6s of friendship
.10. edsip
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fo oial*ecuity o 1.1
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and family.
Winn-Dixie has partnered
with Twentieth Century Fox to
offer shoppers .the ability to
earn points redeemable for of-
ficially-licensed merchandise.
including a free copy of the ,
book that inspired the movie, a
plush look-alike toy of the
movie's canine star, "Winn-
* Dixie.".and. tv o iokets',to:e..ee.
the movie.
Beginning this week, cus-
tomers can earn one point for
each dollar spent when using'
their Customer Reward Card.
Points %\ill accumulate through
January 30. Beginning Febru-
ary 9 through February 22.
customers w ho earn 200 points
can redeem those points for
two free movie tickets. Those
who earn 250 points can re-


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(850) 973-6641


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Spotlight
deem them for the mo0ie tick-
ets and a copy of the book.
Customers who earn 300
points or more can redeem
them for the tickets and book,
as well as the plush dog. Most
Winn-Dixie stores will also
sell the officially-licensed mer-
chandise.
"This is such a beautiful'
story of friendship and com-
munity, and we are proud to
play a part in it." said Joanne
Gage, vice president of mar-
keting and advertising at
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. "With
the launch of the film. we want
to take an active role in bring-
ing this story to our shoppers
and communities. The points
program allows us to share the
magic of DiCamillo's story
with our customers and their
families just for doing what
they already do shopping
with us."
,"We're a!,wa\s ookiP$ for
orgaruc promotional opportu-
nities,' and this partnership
with Winn-Dixie is a natural.
We are delighted they are so
excited about the mo\e, and
that they recognize its special
magic," commented Jeffrey
Godsick, executive vice presi-
dent of marketing at Twentieth
Century Fox. which has also
provided Winn-Dixie the
rights to use promotional im-
ages from the movie for in-
store signage and point-of-pur-
chase materials.
Winn-Dixie plans to do-
nate thousands of copies of
"Because of Winn-Dixie" to li-
braries in its operating areas
across the Southeast to pro-
mote literacy and vie e\en
more people the opportunity)
to share in this wonderful sto-
ry of friendship.
"'Winn-Dixie takes a spe-
cial pride in giving back to
causes and organizations that
support children and educa-
tion in the communities in
which we operate." said Gage.
"Our mission is to be the best
supermarket in every neigh-
borhood in which \\e operate,
offering the best value, fresh-
est products and outstanding
customer service every day.
And this is just another \va\
we can deliver on that mis-
sion."
One of the world's largest
producers and distributors of
motion pictures. Fox Filmed
Entertainment produces, ac-
quires and distributes motion
pictures through the world.
These motion pictures are pro-
duced or acquired by the fol-
lowing units of FFE: Twenti-
eth Cenrun Fox. Fox 2000.
Fox Searchlight Pictures and
Twentieth Century Fox Ani-
mation.
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.,
is one of the nations' largest
food retailers. Founded in
1925, the Company is head-
quartered in Jacksonville, Fl.
For more information, please
visit www.winn-
dixie.com dixie.com/. '


Friday, January 21, 2005


Three Branford


Middle School Students


Kill Themselves

By Jacob Bembry

Three Branford Middle School students have killed them-
selves in the last three months.
All three of the students were found hanging inside their
homes by other family members. Two of the deaths occurred in
November and a third happened just last week in the tiny
Suwannee County town of 700 people. The third boy was only
12 years old.
School officials are bringing in counselors to help students
deal with the deaths.
Inm estigiaors are looking into the chance that the deaths ma)
have been accidental, instead of intentional suicides.













Florida families with uninsured children can there are more phone lines and Health\ Kids per-
now\ apple for affordable quality health coverage sonnel available to help parents enroll dheir chil-
through Healthk Kids. A 30-day open-enrollment dren.
period for the state-subsidized health insurance "We can take applications b\ mail, fax and e-
program began on Januar 1, 2005 and w ill con- mail." Naff stad. '"We have 268 phone lines open
tinue through Januar\ 30. 2005. Children enrolled and 198 customer sern ice representati es standing
in the program receive regular doctor's visits, im- by to walk parents through the open enrollment
muruzations and dental appointments at a monthly process. Our goal is to make sure e\erv uninsured
premium their vorknmg parents can afford. child in Florida has access to this program."
Under new\ guidelines just approved bd the Applications for open enrollment are a\ ailable
Florida legislature. families need only supply one to dow nload on the Internet at
document \erih ing their income. Uninsured chil- http://wl\ \w.healthykids.org/application/ or families
dren 18 years of age and under v ho do not quahf, can call 1-888-540-KIDS (1-888-540-5437 1 to re-
for Medicaid are eligible for the program. ceile an applicanon in the mail Applications are
"We are %working hard to get the word out to also available at DCF service centers, most hospi-
families \%ith uninsured children that coverage is tals and some doctor's offices. For more informa-
a\ailable through Healthy Kids," said Florida ton on % here families can obtain an application in
Chief Financial Officer, Toni Gallagher during a their community. log on to wwvw.health\ kids.org.
press briefing in Tallahassee. "We've made it eas- During the 30-day open enrollment period.
ier for kids to get insured and we have more than parents must complete a one-page application
70.000 spots available to fill the program. The time form, attach a copy of their most recent federal in-
t act is no"\\!' -' ... orne,:.o tu..u. and sen.d.ito Health3 Kid before
SThe KidCare 6oen enrollment [riod .isa j'oini Tanuaiy 30,2i05. It the parent is unable tioprovide


effort between Florida Healthy Kids, the Depart-
ment of Health (DOH), the Department of Chil-
dren and Faimilies (DCFi. and' the Agency for
Healthcare Adnunistration (AHCA i.
In the first nine daNs of open enrollment,
22.836 applications were received at the Healthy
Kids office in Tallahassee. According to Healthy
Kids Executi\e Director Rose Naff. this high vol-
ume is the most e\er received in the history of the
program. Ho\\ eer, it's slightly behind their goal of
25.000 applications a week necessary, to fill the
program. To accommodate this record setting pace
of applications being received. Naff told reporters


their tax return, the). may send wages and earnings
statements or pay stubs.
Healthy Kids coverage will begin when eligi-
bility has been determined and .the full premium
amount has been received. The amount of each
premium is based on household size and monthly
income. Most families pay either $15 or $20 per
family per month; however, some families may
pay more.
Health Kids can on]) accept applications re-
ceived between Januar. 1. and Januar) 30. 2005.
Applications received after this open enrollment
period cannot be processed.


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Friday, January 21, 2005 CHURCH


Happenings At Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
"Near to the heart of
God!" May that be our prayer
for the year.
Would that everyone,
Severyewhere, had been able to
. ik.ir both messages Sunday.
I':eacher preaches straight
fi tr the Word and is earnest
.b.ii, all of us reaching out to
the lost that we prepare our
S tt'.ii:L in pl e';: that we pre-
'.,.' our hearts in the Word;
..: we sl\ on God. Faith
.Cpi. *:;.-. Hebrews 11 and Gen-
esis 12 about Abram who be-
. .1 :he v. :.k by :tilth. not see-
11 .he -;t:fi'nitr iu of his
l',', '.., and all those alter
li.i.. sayingg "he\ were
S.i'.,e:? and i.'nim in this
L I1j. but ookiinI for a better
country, a heavenly country
and the coming of Jesus.
Re..'.,nful arrangement by
Jake and Judy Phillips in hon-
,or of their fifth wedding an-
niversary! What blessings they
are in our church and in all our
!lives! Bless them and their
-famialy.
S Special thanks to Mildred


Bruner for a super Sunday
School lesson which blessed
us all.
So many are very ill
and/or out with colds and flu
and often have trouble getting
completely well. It was good
to see Mabelle Beck and Gean
McCullough able to be in
church. Special prayers for all
our many sick ones.
Death has come again and
left us sad. We pray for the
family of Gertrude McMullen.
Such a sweet service for her,
as Billy Luttrell sang "Amaz-
ing Grace" and "How Great
Thou Art" and Preacher told of
her love for the Lord and for
people and their appreciation
for their family. She and Thur-
sa and Irene were all faithful in
church attendance as long as
they were able.
Prayers, too, for Ray,
Sarah and little Henry Fisher
in the death of their Grand-
mother Pike. What treasures
grandmothers are! Bless the
Tyre family in the death of
Mike and for all sad ones.
A sweet dedication ser-


vice Sunday of little Macken-
zie Martin by her parents,
Andy and Anna. She was so
happy, kept singing, kept nod-
ding her head when Preacher
spoke and was given a pink
New Testament. Her mother
was given a pink arrangement.
Guests were Edna Keeling,
their special friend and neigh-
bor (whose mother Mrs. Lydia
Hill was a member of our Dor-
cas class and faithful to church
for years, as long as she was
able) and Ashley Pennington
of Pinetta and Adam and Sarah
Denny of Gainesville. Bless
them especially.
Little Keillor Davis con-
tinued to sing! Bless them.
How blessed we are to have
these and all other little ones in
church and parents who bring
them! Amen!
Failed to mention how
well-behaved two little boys
were as they sat near the organ
while she was in the chair and
sang a special.
-"The Old-Time Religion
Makes Me Love Everybody!
As you read this "Happening"
and know me, know that if I
could say to each of you, "I
love you," I would and I give
God thanks for you.
Congratulations to Bill
and Barbara Roberts in his re-
tirement as a great educator:
and to Lou Miller as our new
School Superintendent and
Richard for their years as edu-
cators; to Covey and Carol
Flournoy. in his retirement as
pharmacist at CVS and all
their years at Smith's Drug
Store, along \ith Jean Wilder
(special prayers in these hard
days) and Louise Bland (as she
fills special needs toda\ '): for
pretty Miss Toni Blanton as a
beautiful young lady and all
our beautiful girls; to all teach-
ers who are honored as
"Teacher of the Year" to Kara
Washington at Pinetta and 'to
Geoff Hill at the high school.
Ma\ the Lord bless us one
and all and grant that we'll be
faithful until Him all our days.
Amen!


Many people find it hard to cope this time of
year. The trees are bare, and the weather is frigid. It
seems there's nothing moving. Life seems to be at a standstill.
However, spring will come. New life will sweep over the land. T
bloom, grass will grow, the animals will awaken from their winter slum
a time of rebirth.
This is the promise of Jesus Christ. With His birth, life and death,
promise of eternal life to mankind. He died to save you from the eternal
sins. Like the promise of spring, you have the promise of life everlastir
Whenever you're tempted to despair, remember that Spring WILL
Life will renew itself. Spiritually, it is the same for you.
(c) 2005 DBf


'he trees will
ber. It will be

, He gave the
death of your
ig in Heaven.
Come again.

R Media, Inc.


Barbara Memorial Church To



Hold Homecoming Service

Barbara Memorial Church of the Nazarene announces its annual Homecoming Celebration
for Sunday, January 30, beginning at 10:30 AM. Chaplain Larry Kendrick of Lake City will be
speaking. He has been serving as one of two interim pastors of the church during the Sabbatical
leave of the pastor, Robert Q. Agner.
At the noon hour, they will be spreading dinner. Bring a covered dish of your favorite food,
and enjoy the fellowship. .
A singspiration, including congregational and special music, will follow the noon meal, be-
ginning about 1:30 PM. A number of participants will perform special music. They invite you to
be present for this time of celebration and worship.
Barbara Memorial is located at 155 NE Nazarene Church Way (off County Road 254), in
Madison.







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CHURCH


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BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
Hgh.t'. 25-1
Ret Ro.hreI A ftnr 9"3 4Itl.u
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
1505 Eani Base St Madison FL 3234'0
Phone 973'-2SS7
Pastor Rusti Brian
Music Director Minnie Lee Netwbom
Sunday, School ... ..... 9:45 a.m
NMoming Worship .... ..... .11 00a m
Church Training .. .... .......... .. 6:00( p m
E,. en ng \Vorship........ .. .. .. .. ..........':00 p m
Prayer Meeting. \Vednesda% ..... -8 00 p.m.
Family Night Supper Ist \edneida .. ... 6-" O0 p m.
Baptst ,lcl:n. Baptist I\omepi /luswc. burtli Ciihddi n.
and Fun afterr Fitrt progranti iii.lablte
"\\here Lore Has No Lrrmuis"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One rule north of Madison or, 145I
Ste, e NMcHargue. Pastor
Gar;, GaziJa. Music Director
lacke \W\'ait. Student Pastor
Youth & Children'. MNin.iine....
.Acuie Young Adull Minisiu
Office 9'3-3266
Moming worship p .. . ... 9-0 a m.
Sunday S.hool .... ....... .... ..I) 31)0 a
\%%dnesdaj, FarnJil, Night ... Call For Schedule
4 Foiz *,."t Fr n it.tLsc .... C a'ft:ipc rar% \lorilup"
FI' t,. rt :htL i!l ,0 1 o.l i,.'.u l/ J_! .)5 .'<-3.26._', i

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1113 SE Pincknei St Nadison, F. 32340
Pastor George Stinson
Sunday \ School. .. .. .. ... 9.-15 a m
Morning worship p ......... . . 1 a m.
Sunday Night ...... .6.00 p .
Paj-t-r CGeorge Sunrion int ies '., ou to come 2and n.i,-',
God c Ble-inmg


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since l 13i
Horn at Rutledge St Phone 9'3-6295
Ret. Lee Monroe FcrDon. 0 S L
Bnran Sandei-on. Youlh Pt:,ior
Jim Catron. La% Leader
Sen ice ol \Vord & Table .. .. 30 a.mn
Sunday School .... .... 9 5 a m.
Sunday lMorning Worship. nI 100 am
\\edne.da All Youth grades 6-Si 6 -30-s 00 p.m
Youih grade; 9-12 .... .... 7 00 p m.
Men's Felloe. ship Breakfast.i 3rd Sunjda. I S-'0 3 n,
\\omen's Meeting & Lunch I I i MNrondal i. 12.00 Noon'
Suidi\ II AM/ S r e ,''..V 0,, I M.-AF 1230,4M
E.n oni ro 1 icons.' i to all c e-i '
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Congregatlior of the Preih,terian Church in America
1200 North \\ashingon St. 973-2692
Sundae, School For All Age. .. ....-.45 a n
Sunda.l Morning Worhip. ... I11 00 a.m
W\ed Felio,-hip Supper Bible Slud. .6 In p nl
Youth Group, I l I 2Lh Grjde. 6 31' p n'-
Croir Pracice ....... ....... ...... 30 p m .
Friday. Men's Praer Breakjiast 1)0 n
Con" i1r1/1rA.4 St e'le llt ;

LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pa-tor Carcn Harn
Lee Florind Comrn r el. 2..& : i,
Surda, Bible Siud, .9 -5 a m
Sunday. Morning V.orhip II1 0 a m.
\Ved Bible Studs ... 00 p m
\\ed Children Youth \:ci' Lie, .... "..1) p inr
\\ed. \duit Choir 00 p m

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
H-'A 255 South Lee. F.lrida. )-1-55S5
Richard Quackenbu. h. Pjou.r
Morning \\ornsp. .. .. 9 0 a 1 n
Sunday\ School .... .I 00 a m
lMomrning \Wormnp.. .. .l-a.10.m
Sunday, E.ening \\'orhip ..... o '0 p m
southh Group . 5 i p n
Lintied !lethod,t \\,rrmen
Monday after I Lt Sund ., .. 31. p n
Men's Fell..'.- 'hip Breaklast
Se,.ond Sunda, .... S lin i.
NMultiple \\cekl', Bible Studie Acti'. mie'
"ConnecLing The Comrrmuni \\ ih Chriii"


MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
7"1 NE Colin Kelil H'\ Madison, FL
9-3-6307
Re' Dol e Gla--. Pastor
Sunday School............ ... 000 a.m
Moming worshipp. .... .. ..... 11 0 a.m
E.ening W\orship 6 p m
\\cdneida3 Night Serice .. '0 p m


MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
A Friendl CliurnI '
Cherry Lake. FL
850-929-4355
Re,. Johnnie Merrick. Pator


Sunday School... .......
Pastoral Sunda\ 1t & 3rd Sund,. ..
Youth Church 2nd Sundai
Mission,'L.ia men 4th Sunda, .


REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHURCH
3 MNles \\est Of Greenr tile. FL HAN. 90 '
Sanmuel Bass. Sr.. Pac-ior
Sund.ai School .. .. .. .. .10-00 am
Morning \oning r-hip .. ...... .. 11.00 a m.
E'ening worship p .. .. 600 p m
\\~ dne-da', Night Seri ice ... .7.30 p
".And v hen the da;, of Peniecosi '%.a tll', come.
he \'.ere all ,.ith one accord in one place Acts 2 I
Eter.-onc is al.' a welcome

ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1IS N. Horn, St.. 9"3-3i38
The Re' Ben Pfel \ icar
Jack Proctor Senior \\arden
Sunday, Church
'S ho... .. .. .. 10-00 1 m
Sunday, Ho', Eucharist I IOU ni
MNh-..on Boaid 2nd Sunda', ....... I I .0 I .
Episcopul Church Women 3id Sund.a,. 11 -0)0 1 I
\ ,itors al'a 3. ; welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sumicr St 973-2-428
Re, Erne-t S\ .Iv tic.l OMI
Sund, ....... .. 9 0l i m
Monda.. Tuesday, .& \Wedne Thursday, M a s . ... .. .. 7-3 ;i i.
Saturday', MA .. ......... .. 5-30 p i.


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NFCC Announces Personnel

Additions And Promotions


North Florida Corrmmunu
College announced the addition
of ne', instructors and a grrant
case manager, as well as staff
promotions for the Spnng 2C0)5
term.
Matthev% Desloge, fonnerIl
with Tallahassee Commununit
CoUege. \ ill teach mathematics.
Marie Guest, fomierl\ an eco-
nomics and finance instructor
with Central Missourn State Liru-
%ersit, in \Varrensburg. Mis-
souri, iull teach business cours--
es. J \\a\ ne Le\ is of Lake Citv.
\\ iU also teach business courses.
He fomierl> taught at Flonda
Keys Communitr CoUege
Art instructor Lisa Frank of
ITallahassee "as an instructor
Florida State Liru'ersir\. Kath'i
Fields of Pinerta joins NTCC as a
Patent Care Technician instruc-
tor. Fields was employed b\
Madison Counrt Memonal Hos-
pital
Lonme Ford of Like Oak


has been appointed College ,
Reach Out Program (CROPi
case manager. He previously
taught in the Columbia Counrt
School System..
In other staff changes. Jessi-
ca Webb is no\\ Director of Aca-
demnc Plannmng and Distance
Learning. Webb is coordinating
the development of the NFCC
QualJb Enhancement Plan for .
accreditation through the South-
em Association of ColUeges and
Schools.
Nita Fico is now Director of .
Registered Nurs~ng Program.
Fico is o\erseemng the deelop-
ment of a r o- ear R.N. program .
expected to commence Jan.
20(W6.
Ne" appointments are
pending NFCC Board of Trustee
appro al Jan 15. For more infor-
mation contact NFCC College
Advancement at 850/973-1653 i
or einail newsC'nfcc.edu to:new s@'nfcc.edu>.


School Board Recognizes


Christmas Card Contest Winners


The Madison County School Board recognized the Christmas Card art contest winners
at their regular monthly meeting. Ashle) Hebert was the District \ inner. The fire cards cho-
sen from each school were put together on a calendar, along with recipes by employees of the
Madison County School District. Pictured, left to right, are Daniella Flo)d. Dylan Ham-
mock. Ashley Hebert. Crystal Resindez and Dalexus Franklin. iGreene Publishing, Inc. Pho-
to by Jacob Bembry. January 18. 20051


Corinth Christian Academy Honor Roll


2nd Nine Weeks

Elementary

1st Grade
Principal's List iall A'si:
Elizabeth Prine. Alyssa
Jones, Zachary Driggers

A Honor Roll:
Madison Cox, Jacob Cox

B Honor Roll:
Jamon Wilson, Jena Co-
nine. Brandon Bailey
2nd Grade
Principal's List (All A's):
Brittany Bailey

A Honor Roll:
Seth Ragans, 'Rebecca
Phillips. Sadie Jones, Katey
Godwin

B Honor Roll:
Lee Panavwa,

3rd Grade
A Honor Roll:
Will Godwin


Greenville

Elementary

School

Second 9 Weeks
FIFTH GRADE

A Honor Roll
3.8 Jalisa Reddick ,-
3.8 Breon Seabrooks .
3.5 Ryan Kornegay
3.5 Deondra Lee
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B Honor Roll
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5th Grade
Principal's List:
Andrea Abbott

A Honor Roll:
SCo.r Buinett

B Honor Roll:
Jarred Williams,
Brannon Wood

6th Grade
A Honor Roll:
Jared Ragans,
Cierra Burnett

B Honor Roll:
Anidrew Walker, Kelsey
Rhames, Tiffany Phillips


7th Grade
A-B Honor Roll:
Alaina Abbott. Bilkl
Buck. Brittany Creech.
Aaron Govette. Heidi Har-
ris. Jared Nichols

8th Grade
A-B Honor Roll:
Brittany Cockerham,
Megan Driggers, Courtney
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High School

A Honor Roll:
Beth Johnson, Tiffanee


.Mood\. Joshua Pope. Heath
Ragans. Lee Bontrager. Is-
sac Go'ette

B Honor Roll:
Antoine BrearleN.
Nicole Mulke\. Noah
Helfand-Pestella. Marti
Bra\. Michelle Buck. Joe\
Floyd, Tyler Dowling,
Tiffany Grantham, Laci
Harris, Jessica Soule,
Shanie Morton. :Liz Shea,
Ronnie Bass. Dustin Elli-
shn, Jennifer Penn\.,David
Ruggirello. Don Guidinger.
Nlelissa Helfand-Pestella,
Jenna Rhames


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OUTDOORS Friday, January 21, 2005


FLORIDA FARM BUREAU PROMOTES GOZA


Gosa Promoted To Director
Of Government And Community Affairs
Florida Farm Bureau Federation announces
the promotion of Mary Ann Gosa to Director of
Government and Community Affairs. The divi-
sion represents Farm Bureau on public policy
issues relating to ordinances, legislation and
regulations impacting agriculture with empha-
sis on the areas of water, land use, growth man-
agement and environmental regulations.
"Mary Ann is a very dedicated and capable


employee with a superior attitude about her job
and Farm Bureau," said Scottie Butler, Florida
Farm Bureau Federation's general counsel.
"She has been with the company for nine years
and will serve the organization well in this new
position."
Gosa previously served as assistant direc-,
tor of Government & Community Affairs. Her
primary function as assistant director was act-
ing as liaison between the agricultural industry
and the South Florida Water Management Dis-


trict.
Prior to being hired by Farm Bureau, Gosa
spent six years working for state Rep. Bert Har-
ris as a legislative aide, during which time the
Bert Harris Private Property Rights Act was de-
veloped and passed. She has also worked as, a
legislative aide for state Senator Don Childers
and for Independent Florida Agrinet; a farm
broadcast network.
The Florida Farm Bureau Federation is the
state's largest general-interest agricultural-asso-


ciation with more than 152,000 member-fami
lies statewide. There are Farm Bureaus in 6,
counties in Florida, where agriculture compris
es a stable, vital leg of Florida's economy, ri
valing the tourism industry in economic impor
tance. Headquartered in Gainesville, the Feder
ation is an independent, non-profit agriculture
organization and is not associated with any am
of the government. More information is avail-
able on the organization's website
http://FloridaFarmBureau.org.


Snapshot -Of The Week Bronson Reminds Farmers Of

-e b February Deadline For
Li Crop Coverage


Little Henry Terry, the son of Henry and Tanya Terry killed a spike on
Wednesday, January 12. Little Henry. who is 7 years old, has killed two other
deer and a turkey, but this is his first buck. Way to go!


February 28 is just over
the horizon for farmers who
want to purchase crop cover-
age under the Non-insured
Crop Disaster Assistance
Program (NAP). Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles Bronson issued a re-
minder this week of this ap-
proaching deadline.
The NAP, administered
by the U.S. Department of
Agriculture Farm Service
Agency, provides financial
assistance to producers of
non-insurable crops when
low yields, loss of inventory
or presented planting occurs


due to natural disasters.
To be eligible for NAP
assistance, crops must be
rin o-in durable or agricultural
commodities for which the
catastrophic risk protection
level of crop insurance is
not'available. Interested par-
ties should contact a crop in-
surance agent to see if a crop
is insurable in, a specific
county. The local Farm Ser-
vice Agency office (850-
973-2205) has information
on %% whether a crop is eligible.
An eligible natural dis-
aster must occur before or
during harvest and must di-


rectly affect the crop. The
coverage period for NAI
may,. vary depending- or
whether the producer grow,
annual, perennial, or value
loss crops. To remain eligi.
ble, specific acreage infor-
mation must be reported an-
nually. When a crop or plant-
ing is affected, the farmer
must notify the Farm Service
Agency within 15 calendar
days.
For information, visil
http://disaster.fsa.usda.gov/r
ap.htm or contact Terence
.NcElro\ i'50i, 488-3022
mce elrot 'doacs. stjate.tl.us.


Gold Kist Inc. Recognizes Top

Growers For Florida Division
... Gold Kist Inc. honored their Florida Division Broiler,
.' ,... Breeder, and Pullet producers with an appreciation dinner
Thursday night. Noemniber 11. "Three on a String" from
'Birmingham. Albama. entertained with music and come-

i. "' Top row'ers %ere recognized and awarded for their
outstanding performance during 2004. The basis for deter-
-- mining top broiler gror ers is feed conversion, mortalitN.
condemnation. and chick co0t for the entire Near The top
breeder ,ro\er is determined by livability, production,
-hatch, and teed con. erosion for the year. Chick cost, livabil-
itN. and feed con% version determines the top pullet grower
for the Near.
SGold Kist appreciates the hard work these growers have
._ -put forth during the past ear. This type effort enables Gold
S' Kist to remain a strong company.


Morris and Sarah Da. of Greenville., on 2nd place in ...
he Broiler Producer, Small Birds Division of Ihe A ards '. '( ...... .,
program sponsored b3 Gold Kist..



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Carson Cherry, leftt, Gold Kist Breeder Superv isor,
)resents Lester Thomas, of the Perry Farm in Lee, with a
plaque for outstanding performance with Gold Kist.


llHO()TI

A Skeet Shoot will be held

on January 22, 20Q5, 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.


Fish & Game Feeding Chart
Holw to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the en s t o a bush hog
sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also ha\e good success, but last only about 1 hour When!' .ito f hs


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CITRUS COUNTY
Jan. 10, officers were engaged in two separate search and res-
cue operations. U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) requested assistance with
one overdue boater out of Cedar Key with two people on board, and
another overdue vessel out of the Barge Canal with four people on
board. The weather conditions included heavy fog throughout the
day. Visibility was minimal inshore and practically zero offshore.
The Guardian crew located the vessel out of Cedar Key, with all oc-
cupants safe. The pilot was contacted for assistance with the other
vessel, to search the coastal areas. About 4 p.m., the subjects were
located off the Wacasassa River. A nearby fisherman towed the ves-
sel into Wacasassa. All occupants of the vessel were safe. FWC as-
sets included five officers, three lieutenants, the Guardian, two pa-
trol boats, and the pilot of the regional helicopter.
CLAY COUNTY
Jan. 9, Lt. Knowles responded to a complaint of trespass hunt-
ing in the Clay Hill area. Upon Knowles' arrival, the property own-
er had collected four dogs that were pursuing wildlife on his prop-
erty without permission. The owner of one of the dogs was present,
but was not allowed to retrieve his dog until the officer's arrival. In-
vestigation revealed the property owner had hnot sufficiently posted
or fenced his property thereby causing some confusion between the
hunters who had leased the adjacent property. After resolving the
tension between the property owner and -the hunters, Knowles is-
sued the dog owner two warnings. As the hunters departed, a 19-
year-old Middleburg man arrived and claimed ownership of the re-
maining three dogs. Knowles discovered the dog owner did not have
two of his dogs marked with his name and other required informa-
tion. Knowles cited the subject with failure to properly mark the
dog's collars with current owner's information.


COLUMBIA COUNTY COPS
Jan. 9, AA Amanda Sharp, Lt. Tim Kiss and Officer Jeff Sum-
mers conducted a show and tell presentation to a local elementary
school class in Lake City. The topic of the week was reptiles. The
highlights of the presentation were two alligators that were brought
in so the children were able to touch and pose for pictures with them.
Overall, the show and tell was well received and opened many chil-
dren's eyes to the life of alligators.

DIXIE COUNTY
Jan. 9, Investigator Jay Russel was contacted by a friend who
witnessed three men unloading a large amount of gag grouper and
hogfish from a boat Russel in turn notified Lt Roy Williams who
contacted the friend and obtained a vehicle description and direction
of travel for the subjects. Williams, along with Officers Jeff Swan
and Jim Miller, made contact with all three at the Chevron station in
Old Town minutes later. The three admitted to spearing over-the-
limit, having harvested 35 gag grouper and 29 hogfish. The fish
were seized as evidence and all three were issued the appropriate ci-
tations.

DUVAL COUNTY
Investigator Graham, Officers Butler and Barry were checking
fishermen on the Sawpit Creek Bridge and A1A. One citation for
undersized redfish and six citations for not having non-resident salt-
water fishing licenses were issued.
Jan. 8, .Investigator Graham watched three fishermen fishing at
the Trout River Bridge at Lem Turner Road. The surveillance re-
sulted in citations being issued for providing false information to a
law enforcement officer, possession of undersized redfish, posses-
sion of undersized black drum and littering.


HAMILTON COUNTY
Officer Arlo Rissman was working night hunting in Hamilton
County near the Georgia state line early morning Jan. 8 when he saw
a light working from a vehicle. Inside the vehicle were two adults,
one juvenile, a 7mm-08 rifle and spotlight. Rissman issued the two
adults citations for 372.99 violations and a warning to the juvenile
for the same offense. The firearm and light were seized as evidence.

LEVY COUNTY
Jan. 8, Officer Kevin Hansen was contacted by the manager of
a local hunting club complaining that a member had taken 'a short-
horn buck while dog hunting. Hansen arrived on scene to discover a
button buck shot, by the defendant. Hansen cited the subject for the
violation.
Jan. 10, Officer Kevin Hansen received a complaint that dogs
were pursuing game through private property off Purdue Road. The
complainant caught the dogs and delivered them to Hansen who
identified the owners and returned the dogs. Hansen is currently di-
rect filing charges with the State Attorney's Office for allowing their
dogs to pursue game on private property.

TAYLOR COUNTY
Jan. 6, Lt. Avinon received information about an unreported
boating accident with injury that occurred Jan. 3. Avinon completed
a preliminary investigation that confirmed the identities of three in-
dividuals who had been fishing offshore from Steinhatchee. On the
\x aN back to the ramp, the boat hit Marker #11, doing major damage
to the boat and injuring a female passenger. The operator of the ves-
sel was charged with not reporting the boating accident, and USCG
Navigation rule violations of Safe Speed and Action to Avoid Colli-
sion.


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January 21. 1955 Editon
Madison Native Becomes Lakeland's Youngest Mayor
Scott Kelly. age 27, became the youngest ma or in the city
of Lakeland's hitor. .
Kelly was bom in Madison County. son of Jim Kell and
iAz-rJ;or of Mr. and Mr-. William Scott Kell\ and of Mr. and
Mrs. J.Q, Hunter, life-long residents of this county.

Joins Navy
Eugene Wheeler left for Great Lakes Naval Base, Illinois
S a four year hitch in thei Navy. He had been a student at the
University of Florida since his graduation from Madison High
School

S .Benefil Game
IA polii beinefir bad;ieitalla game was scheduled between
theMadison HiMoi Seihool girls and boys teams and town teams.
The games v'w'c to be held in the Madison High School gym.


January 22, 1965L
SDon't Bother the
There were some twenty, odd r
and they made a pleasing sight. The
the ducks not be shot at. thrown at, o

Scouts Advance To Se
.Passing the Second Class Board o
/ meeting were the follow, ing scouts: ,
and Tim Sanders. Bill Brown. Emie P
Selman, Sim Smith, Ben Yarbrough,


Edition
Ducks
mallards in Lake Frances
city authorities asked that
r otherwise molested.

cond Class
f Review, at the Boy Scout
.Q. Wells with top grade,
'age, Tommy Gibson. Bill
and AshleyBeggs.


Achievement Award
Staff Sergeant, Jimmie G. Lemons of Greenville was pre-,
sented the strategic Air Command (SAC) educational achieve-
ment aw ard at BlNtheille AFB, Ark.
Sergeant Lemons recei% ed the award in recognition of his
accomplishments in the U.S Air Force off-duty educational
program.

January 24, 1975 Edition
Eddie Ealy Receives Promotion
The U.S. Air Force promoted Eddie L. Ealy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carlson Ealy of Madison, to the rank of sergeant,
Sergeant Ealy is serving at Craig AFB, Ala., as an admin-
istratine specialist.
The sergeant was a 1972 graduate of Madison County
rHigh School.

New Dept. at DCM
Mr. Joseph P. Davis was very proud-to announce the open-
ing of the Respiratory Therapy Department at the Madison
County Memorial Hospital. Mr. Rod Warfield, A.A.R.T., was
the technical director and headed the department with the able
assistance of Mrs. Cindy Bass.
The new department could well accommodate the entire
patient load of the hospital and was on constant call if any emer-
gency occurred within the hospital.

January 25, 1985 Edition
Library Fund Drive
One thousand, eight hundred and seventy dollars of cash
and pledges were added to the Madison County Libtary Fund.


Fri


County "Hoop Shoot" Champion
Thirty-one contestants from seven county schools com-
peted at the Madison County High School gymnasium in the
county Championships of the Elks National "'Hoop Shoot"
Free Throw Contest.
Trophies' enre presented to the following Champions, and
Runners-up by Madison Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler, Clint
Goree:
Girls 8-9 Champion: Jeri Lynn Bass, Pinetta Junior High;
Runner-up: Kelli Carroll, Greenville Middle.
Boys 8-9 Champion: Tra\ is Fudge, Madison Primary
Runner-up: Allen Galbraith, Lee Junior High.
Girls 10-11 Champion: Donna Williamson, Lee Junior
High. Runner-up: Taw anna Aikens. Madison Middle.
Bo)s 10-11 Champion: Tramis Vickers. Greenville Mid-
die. Runner-up: Keith Lewis, Madison Middle.
Girls 12-13 Champion: Leigh Ann Griener, Ma.didkoi
Academy. Runner-up: Elizabeth Woodson, Greenville Mid-
dle.
Boys 12-13 Champion: Ben Yeager, Lee Junior High.
Runner-up: John Williams, Pinetta Junior High.

Wells National Award Winner
The United State Achievement Academy announced that
Casey Lynn Wells was named a 1984 United States National
Award Winner in Mathematics.
Casey Lynn Wells, who attended Madison County High
School, was nominated for this National Award by Mr. Johnnie
Taylor, a mathematics teacher at the school. Casey appeared in
the United States Achievement Academy Yearbook, published
nationally.


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Canadian Man Chokes

Son's Soccer Coach
A Canadian man, upset that his 9-year-old son was benched
during a hockey game, allegedly choked the team's coach in a
fit of rage, Toronto police said on Monday.
d The father, who cannot be identified
due to a publication ban, allegedly
| .. reached over a partition to grab the
coach after the boy was kept on the
bench during Sunday's game.
S"Se' eral attempts were made by wit-
n esse.s to stop the attack but they were
S unable to before the victim collapsed to
the floor," Toronto police said in a re-
lease on Monday.
The incident comes on the heels of several other reports of
parents' misbehavior at their, children's hockey games. The
mother of an 11-year-old was banned from Toronto-area arenas
in 2004 after exposing her bra and shaking her breasts in an ap-
parent attempt to intimidate the opposing team.
The father appeared in court on Monday on a charge of
choking. Newspaper reports said the coach finished the game
after the incident and did not appear to have sustained serious
injuries.

WD-40 Helps Keep,

Snorting Cocaine Down
Apparently, cocaine and spray lube don't mix.
"A chemical reaction takes place with the cocaine that caus-
es it to congeal and become a mess so it's unusable," a police
spokesman said. "It's one very small, very cheap way in which
you can very seriously restrict the amount of drug use in your
premises."
Constable Graham Pease, a liquor licensing officer, said he
discovered the trick a few years ago while discussing with pub
owners how to reduce drug use on their premises.
"We were discussing with licensees how we could keep co-
caine from being snorted from surfaces," he told Reuters. "It
came about that we wanted to spray something on surfaces that
cocaine would stick to. And somebody mentioned WD-40."
The new use seems to have taken its makers by surprise.
"Its not meant to be ingested. It says so clearly on the can
so we wouldn't advocate it for that purpose. But people will use
it how they will," said a British spokeswoman for the San
Diego, Calif-based WD-40.
At Bar Excellence in Bristol, deputy manager, Julian Bar-
raud, said it was-part of the drug fighting arsenal.
"It does work. It's one of the tricks that we've got to try and
tackle the problem," he said.


TION & WORLD NEWS


death, police said on Friday.
Painter Luiz Polidoro, 48, picked up his mother Maria and
pitched her over the yard wall during an argument on Thursday
afternoon at her house. Two pit bulls tied
up in the neighboring yard then savaged i
her and she died later in hospital, a po- :
lice spokesman said. i
"He is an alcoholic. He was robbing r, IE
his mother's pension money so he could
drink," the dogs' owner, Helder Bento 'i
Rodrigues, told 0 Estado de Sao Paulo
newspaper.
Polidoro told police his mother had jumped over the wall on
her own.
The newspaper said he had tried to rescue her. When police
arrived, he was cradling the blood-soaked woman.
Polidoro has been jailed in Sao Paulo and charged with
murder.

Kidnapped Youngsters

Found In Virginia
Authorities in Virginia found two young children whose
parents allegedly kidnapped them at. gunpoint from a foster
home in North Carolina, police said.
Grayson County Sheriff Jerry D. Wilson said the children
"and some adults" were located Wednesday in this rural moun-
tainous area near North Carolina and Tennessee. A tip from
North Carolina authorities who joined sheriff's deputies at the
scene led them to the children.


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Details were not immediately avail-
able. Wilson said he had little informa-
tion because he had limited radio con-
tact with his deputies. "You've got to
see "\ here this is at," he said. "We're in
the mountains. We're not in the city."
Amber Alert was issued Saturday for
James Paul Chambers, 2, and his sister,


Breanna, 11 months.
North Carolina authorities said the children, were taken
from a foster home in Watauga County, N.C., early Saturday by
their father, James Lee Canter, 28, a fugitive charged with a
drug-related crime, and their mother, Alisha Chambers, 18.
James Lee Canter brandished a gun, they said.
That day, the couple were seen in Johnson County, Tenn.,
but only their car, containing a rifle and a handgun, was found,
Watauga Count) Sheriff Mark Shook said.
The county social services agency took custody of the chil-
dren after a raid last March on the couple's home, w here au-
thorities said they discovered a methamphetamine lab.
Since then, Canter has been a fugiu\e. Chambers, charged
with manufacturing meth and maintaining a dwelling for its
manufacture, was arrested and posted bail.


Brazilian Man Throws Chief Justice Refuses To


Mother To Dogs
A Brazilian man arguing with his 88-year-old mother threw%
her into a neighbors' yard where two pit bulls mauled her to


Stop Inaugural Prayers
chief" Jtice~ William Rehn'quist rejected W\ednesday an
emergency request-from a California atheist \\ ho sought to stop
the recital of prayers at President Bush's inauguration.
A federal judge and a U.S. appeals court earlier ruled
against atheist Michael NewdowN. He is best known for trNing
unsuccessfully\ to remove the phrase "'under God" from the
Pledge of Allegiance that millions of U.S. schoolchildren recite
e'ery da\.
Newdow, a doctor-lawyer who is acting as his ow n attorneN
in the case. argued that clergy-led prayers at the inauguration
Thursday would %iolate his constituuonal nights.
"As an atheist, he cannot in good conscience attend an e\-
ercise t here his government forces him to endure religious dog-
ma he finds highly disagreeable," Ne\ do\\w wrote in his motion
filed with the Supreme Court. "Newdow\'s rights of religious
freedom should be protected."
Newdow., "ho lives in Sacramento. California. said he
would drop his plans to attend the inauguration if forced to con-
front the prayers by two Christian ministers.


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Newdow also had suggested that Rehnquist, who plans to
administer the oath of office to Bush at the inauguration, remove
himself from considering his request.
He said Rehnquist took part in the 2001 inauguration when
prayers were included. In seeking Rehnquist's recusal, Newdow
said the chief justice would feel "awkward" at the ceremony if
he ruled in Newdow's favor.


That's Not Gunfire -

That's A House
A cold spell gripping Ottawa is so intense that houses have
started to produce loud cracking noises, prompting worried cit-
izens to report burglaries and gunfire, local police said Wednes-
day.
Spokeswoman Monique Ackland said police had received
around 20 calls Monday night and Tuesday morning, when tem-
peratures in the Canadian capital dipped to an unseasonably low
minus 40 Celsius (minus 40 Fahrenheit).
"Those were calls about breaking and entering, people mak-,
ing excessive noise and calls about gunshots," she said. Police
responded to each alarm and rapidly realized crime was not re-
sponsible.
"Those calls were all (prompted by) the cold," she said,
adding that one possible reason for the loud noises were ex-
ploding nails.

Tennessee Attorney

Deals With

"Jury Pool From Hell"
Defense attorney Leslie Ballin called it the "jury pool from
hell." The group of prospective jurors was summoned to listen
to a case of Tennessee trailer park violence. Right after jury se-
lection began last week, one man got up and left, announcing,
"r'Tm on morphine and I'm higher than a kite."
When the prosecutor asked if anyone had beenconvicted of
a crime, a prospective juror said that he had been arrested and
taken to a mental hospital after he almost shot his nephew. He
said he was pro oked because his
nephew just would not come out
from under the bed.
Another would-be juror said he
had had alcohol problems and was
arrested for soliciting sex from an
undercover officer. "I should have
known something was up," he said.
"She had all her teeth."
Another prospect volunteered
he probably should not be on the jury: "In my neighborhood,
everyone knows that if you get Mr. Ballin (as your la%\Ner).
you're probably guilty." He was not chosen.
The case involved a woman accused of hitting her brother's
girlfriend in the face with a brick. Ballin's client was found not
guiit --I9

Truck Thief Chokes

On Someone Else's

Tobacco Spit

A man who failed to look before he swallowed and wound
up choking on someone else's tobacco spithas been arrested in
the theft of a tractor-trailer rig, police said.
Cuitlah\ ac Renteria-Martinez. 26, was arrested for investi-
gation of first-degree theft shortly after he called 911. for emer-
gency medical help, according to a police report.
Renteria-Martinez remained in the Clark County Jail with
bail set at $20,000 pending a court appearance Jan. 21.
According to the report, the
driver of a $60;,000 Freightliner
containing about $15,000 worth of
merchandise left the engine idling
at a local shopping mall while he
went into a Sears store to wash
Grease off his hands, then emerged
to see the truck being driven a\" ay.
Police checked the truck's on-
board global positioning system
and converged on the vehicle an .... ....
intersection in the Fisher's Landing part of town as Renteria-
SMartinez was calling 911 and telling a Spanish-language trans-
lator he was choking and needed help.
After being arrested, Renteria-Martinez told investigators
he "as driving whenhe saw a cup, took a drink w without looking
and only then learned it he had swallowed the regular driver's
Tobacco spit, police wrote.


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CHERRY SLEIGH BED, .aill in-
box, 'neer ued .. Su.crificLe $2'45.
850-:222-'"3.


New Holland Tractor
'01 TC40, 4WD tractor %kith
loader, bucket and rake. 2211100
hours. $13,11i00 firm.
Call 850-973-6326
Please leave a message.

Dining room table, leaf and six
chairs, $600. Sofa server table,
$300. 850-222-2113
Matress. set Nev. king pillow -lop
mattress and ba-e In onginal plas-
-tic, factor arr.anti. $295 S5i)-
222-2113
NEW QUEEN Pillowtop mattress,
set, in factory plastic with warranty.,
Can deliver. Must sell, $175. 850-
545-7112'

Oak Firewood

For Sale,

850-570-3180


251bs. of
Clean Bundled
Newspapers
$2. each.
850-973-4141

BEDROOM SET- 6 PIECES,
NEW, IN BOXES. Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night-
stand. $595. 850-222-9879.
Leather Sofa suggested list $1400.
100% new, sell $500. '850-222-
7783
New Living Room set. Suggested
list $1400, sell'sofa $275, loveseat
$225, chair $175. Set $625. Hard-
wood frames with lifetime warran-
ty. 850-222-9879.
2003
Kubota Tractor M9000
Utility Special. 145.8 hours
(850)"929-2960
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References gladly given. Call
Susan at 850-'948-5097
evenings before 9 pm or
cell 850-524-2385 anytime






New Home Rental
2bd/lbth, adults only, no pets,
$650. per month (includes all
utilities). Washer & Dryer Fum.
or Unfurn. Near town, security
required. 850-973-1481

3/bd 2/bth House
Cherry Lake Area
Living room, dining room, large
family room with fireplace, outside
deck. 5 acres on paved road 1 mile
from Cherry Lake. 1 year lease.
$600 per month/ $600 security de-
posit. 971-5152
Cambridge Manor
Aparnments designed for Senior.
Handicap nJd Disabled I & 2
bedrooms, HUD vouchers ac-
cepted Call 850-973-3786 TTY
Acs 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


Greenville point

Apartments

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
11. 192 NW Greentille Poinle
Trail, Greenville. FL 32331 Equal
iHousing Opporrunlit

C Southem Villas oi f

Ck'adison C'partments


HUD vouchers accepted., 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340. Equal Housing Op-
portunity.

Martin House
Downtown Madison
1 Large efficiency $275.'
1 Large 2 bedroom $450.
Heat & Air, mature responsible
adults. No children and No pets.
Call 850-578-2781

More than a room.....
Professional Couple has bright spa-
cious room for rent to mature lady
on beautiful country estate. 2 miles
from downtown, large walk in clos-
et, full kitchen & laundry privi-
leges. No drugs, smoking or par -
ing. $250/month includes satelli_,e
and utilities.. 973-4073

2 Mobile Homes for Rent
(AlI, 2bdlblh. $135. a weekk'
Uniliues!Gas included.
On Hr. 53 South
Please call 850-570-0742





Highgrove Subdivison
Hwy 14, Madison. Improved lots
with septic system, citn v. after. gas.
and electric pole. Read, for our
M.H. 'Site built houses welcome.
Owner financing. $1,500.00 down.
Easy terms. 997-4000. .'


For Sale By Owner


Commercial Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Comer lots. Front both Har-
vey Greene Drive and Highway 53
South. Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
ter main, access to the city utilities,
fire hydrant, and service from two
power companies. Property has
easy access to 1-10, via SR 53 &
SR 14. Will build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141


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





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
Highgrove Subdivision Homes
Hwy 14, Madison. Owner financ-
ing. Easy. Terms. If you have a
steady job and a 10% down pay-.
ment you can choose your own in-
terior and exterior colors. Front
porch included. 2/3 bdrm avail-
able. Payments as low as $400.00
per month. Call 997-4000.
Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326

1.50 Acre
Residential Lot
v.ith pa%.ed street access,. cit
w aler, $14,500
NicV\ illams ReaJt)
850-973-8614


Help Wan


Technician
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 i. which vill con-.i-i.
of mowing, raking, weed eating,
edging,_ litter control and other
ground maintenance related .actiui-
tie,. This postiLon %\ill l i ,o assist in
the oerseeirg of scheduled atihlet-
ic leagues. tournament. and special
events. The individual % .ill 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 ability and Will-
ingness to establish and maintain
effective working relationships
with other staff members and 'su-.
pervisors. Other related duties may
be required as assigned by the Ad-,
ministrative Staff. This is a full-,
time position that starts at $7.89 per
hour based on a 40 hour work
v.eek. The position will reinain
open until filled For additional in-
formation contact the Madison
County Parks & Recreation Depart-
ment at 973-4640. A completed
lMadison Count, Emploi nment Ap-
plication is required. Nladison
Count\ is an equal opporrunitt em-
ployer and a Drug Free \Vorkplace
All applications must be subnumitted
to the follow' ing address b\ Fnday.
January 28, 2005 by 5pm.
Madison County
Board of Commissioners
Attn: Heidi Hemanes
Courthouse Anne\. Room 219
112 East Pinckne\ Street
P.O Bo. 5?9
S Madison, FL 32341
> 850-973-3179


Madison Nursing Center
2481 W US 90, Madison, FL
Seeking an RN for
Risk Management/
Staff Development.

$AVON$
Start Your Own Business
Start-up Kit only $5.00
during month of January
Call Avon Ind. Sis. Rep.'
Dorothy Christ
850-973-3153
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Madison Nursing Center
2481 W US 90, Madison, FL
Seeking Full Time/Part Time
RN's & LPN's

Help build log homes-
roofing, drywall, painting, insula-
tion. Call Tom w/Log Home Pio-
neers 386-697-4824

Huddle House

Now hiring, Cooks & Servers, all
shifts. We are a quick service con-
cept offering Breakfast, Lunch and
Dinner 24 hours a day. Apply in
person at the Huddle House in
Monticello.


Owner/Operators Needed
Flatbed Freight
Call: Peggy
S 850-971-7216


Certified Nursing Assistants
for 180 bed skilled nursing facility
All shifts FT & PT
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Street, SE
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/M/V/M
PC Support Specialist,
North Florida
Community College.
Madison, FL.
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 killingg
to serve on college committees and
participate in college and depail-
riiental acute ines. Associate degree
tpreferiedi plus si'. 1 ni months re-
lated paid experience. Onl, com-
plete applications will be consid-
ered. Complete application pacLket
requires cover letter, resume and
application. Mail to Director of
HR, NFCC, 1000 Turner Davis
Drive,. Madison, FL, 32340 or
email to HR-Dept@nfcc.edu. Ap-
plication and complete job descrip-
tion available at www.nfcc.edu.
Deadline 1/21/2005. EOE
HEALTHCARE
Healthcare is about people.
That's no different here.

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in which you'll extend quality care
It is safer and more rewarding, giv-
ing you the opportunity to experi-
ence medical care at a whole differ-
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Tractor Work
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SNLALL
Mo% ing. Discing. tilling and bo\
blading Call 973-6326.


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$40K obo 772-287-9463


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., as nominee for
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,


Vs.
ALPHONSO HUDSON, JR., et al,
Defendant(s).


'CASE NO. 04-380-CA
DIVISION


/


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Morigage
Foreclosure dated January 04, 2005 and entered in Case NO. 04-380-CA. of the Circuit
Court of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County, Florida wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., as nominee for
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION, is the Plaintiff and ALPHON-
SO HUDSON, JR.; JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ALPHONSO HUDSON, JR.
A/K/A LASHANDA HUDSON; UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS; UNKNOWN TEN-
SN ISiO 'NE RS are the Del'fndant,. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at
EAST DOOR OF THE MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on the 10th
day of February, 2005, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
COMMENCE AT AN OLD AXLE MARKING THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE'8 EAST, MADISON COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, AND PROCEED SOUTH 89 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 02 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 6, A
DISTANCE OF 1097.14 FEET TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH-
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY OF STATE ROAD NO. S-158,
THENCE RUN NORTH 57 DEGREES 37 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF \11 BOLUND\RY 792.53 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE RUN
NORTH 32 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST 776.77 FEET,
THENCE RUN NORTH 57 DEGREES 37 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST
280.39 FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 32 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 13 SEC-
ONDS WEST 777.51 FEET TO, SAID RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY AND A
POINT ON % CURVE TO THE RIGHT, THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY
%LONG S 1D RIGHT OF Wr\ BOUND\RYAND SAID CURVE HAVING
RADIUS OF 3868.65 FEET `rHROLUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 01 DE-
GREES 07 MINUTES 13 SECONDS FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 75.64
FEET, THE CHORD OF SAID ARC BEING SOUTH 58 DEGREES 11 MIN-
UTES 23 SECONDS EAST 75.64 FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 57 DEGREES
37 MINUTES 47 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY 204.74 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A CR 158 Sundown Creek Road a/k/a 5588 SW Sundown Creek Road;
Greenville, Madison, FL 32340
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on Jan. 4. 2005
Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit Court
SBv: Ramona.Dickinson
Depuli Clerk
1/21. 1/28




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Little Creek Frontage

Sale Site: Paved Road & Co. Rd Frontage
On the Property! Beautiful Home Sites
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Property offered in parcels, combinations and as a whole
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