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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 2005
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        Page 3
    Main: Around Madison County
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Main: Church
        Page 9
    Main: Regional News
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Main: Outdoors
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Main continued
        Page 14
    Main: Nation & World News
        Page 15
    Main: Classifieds
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Our 140th Year, Number 16


Friday, January 28, 2005


1%Madison, Florida 32340


FHP Releases All Three Names In Fatal Crash


B% Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Florida Highway Pa-
trol has released the names of
two extra teenagers involved
in a car crash on Monday, Jan-
uary 24.
Rashad A. James. 16. was
listed as the driver of the vehi-
cle. According to the report,
he is in serious condition at
Shands in Gaines[ ille.
Brian \ought, 16, was the
other passenger in the car. He
was taken by ambulance to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-
tal. \\ here he w\as treated for


Funeral services are set
for Ant%,on Gibson on Sun-
day. January 30.at 11 a.m. at
Pineland NMissionary Baptist
church.


his injuries.
According to the report.
none of the people in the car
\ as %wearing a seatbelt.
Ant'xon Gibson. 19. died
at the scene.
According to a Florida
High%% a\ Patrol report, the car.
driven b\ James \was \\est-
bound on Old County Camp
Road. The driver lost control
of his vehicle, spinning in a
counterclock\t ise direction.
entering the north shoulder
and striking a pow',er pole %with
the rear of his 2000 Nissan.
The Nissan continued in a


northwest direction, stinking a
chain link fence. overturning
and striking a tree. The left
rear of the car became air-
borne and struck another tree.
stopping its forward motion
and causing it to roll back on
its roof. facing north in a yard
on Old CountN Camp Road.
FHP Trouper Hartey
Keeling- as the ini estigating
officer. Cpl. Gar% Daw son
\ as the homicide in\ estigator.
Funeral services are set
for Gibson on Sunday. January
30, at 11 a.m. at Pineland Mlis-
sionary Baptist Church.


Dewayne O'Quinn. the school board's Supervisor of Op-
erations, left, and Jimmy Taylor, principal at Lee Elemen-
tary School, right, are pictured at the special meeting about
the ne\\ bus routes that was held in Lee on Tuesday evening.
iGreene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Shanna Colvin. January
25,2005)

New Bus Routes Set


For Lee Students


Man Sentenced For Robbery And Burglary


By Jacob BembrN
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Lyndon Daw son, \\ho
%%as charged with robbery
while armed with a firearm
and burglary while armed
with a firearm, pled guilty to
lesser charges of burglary of
an occupied dwelling, and
robbery, in circuit court on


Monday, January 24.
The charges against Davw-
son stem from an incident on
Nlay 10. 2003. %when he ie-
portedl> entered a home occu-
pied by a man, w hom he stole
300 dollars, a lion pendant, a
gold chain and a silver
bracelet from. During the rob-
bery. Dawson allegedly used


a .44 Magnum silver re-
volver.
Because of his plea to a
lesser charge. Daw son re-
ceived file years in the De-
partment of Corrections., ith
credit for time served of 281
days.
Judge James Roy Bean
was the presiding judge.


By Jacob BembrN and Shanna
Colkin
Grcnt Publiihine. hInc.
.A Tp,. i.1i A -lleil- ki. Is
held at Lee Elementar. School
on Tuesday. January 25, to ex-
plain a new bus routing s.ys-
tem, which \% ill be in place by
February 1.
School Superintendent
Lou Miller began the meeting,
explaining what the changes
for students at Lee Elementary
School \\ill be.
In the past. five buses
have been used to carry stu-
dents ,to Lee Elementary
School and. after letting stiu-
dents off at Lee. students
w would then be carried to Mladi-
son County High School and
Madison Count\ Central
School. hi the afternoon, stu-
dents returning from MCHS
and MCCS would haxe to \% ait
on the school buses for the
children to be let out at Lee El-
ementary.
Two of the buses \\ill go
to Lee Elementary School and
four buses \\ill go to the high
school and Central School
Lee Elementary Principal
Jim Taylor volunteered the
school to be the first school to
test the ne%\ bus routes out.


Beginning next sear, if the
ss stem is found ablee at Lee.
it \\ill go into effect for all of
[he I ,- _,in ': / 1 ,hil .. .
This system may help
v. ith overcrowding on buses.
Please See Bus Routes.
Page 3A

Babe Ruth Sign-Ups
Set For Saturday
By Jacob Bembry
Gieene Pubiishing. Inc.
The Babe Ruth Base-
ball/Softball League w ill hold
sign-ups Saturday. January 29.
and Saturday. Febniary 5. at
the Madison County Court-
house. from 9 a.m until 12
noon.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating must bnng a birth
certificate The registration fee
is $35 per child. There is a re-
duced fee if more than two
children register.
All people interested in
coaching should call Billy To-
lar at 948-5320 for informa-
tion.
If ou would like informa-
lion on umpiring baseball
and/or softball games, please
call Donnie Balaey at 973-4318
or Tommy Garner at 973-46-10.


Step Up, Florida! Relay Set For February 3


Proudly display ing the Step Up. Florida! banner and wearing their Just Move, Miadison T-shirts are Marianne Goehrig,
left. Nutritionist for the Madison-Jefferson Health Department and Bonnie W1ebb, right. Registered Nurse. Step Lip, Flori-
da!. a non-competitive physical relay, is set for Thursday, February 3. iGreene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry,
January 26, 20051


FRIDAY 2
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Mostly cloudy, a shower
in spots


Sections.
Annje', Mailbox ............. 14A
Around Madison ........... 4-8A
C hurch .............................. 9A
C classified ....................... 16A
Communjr Calendar ........ SA
C rim e Beat ....................... 3A
Feed & Garne Chart ........ 13A
Jail Report ......................... 3A
Legals ............................. 17A


Accu Weather"


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1-,.Irndon Damon


are not on the specified rela\
route. Pinetia Elementary
School students %%ill partici-
pate in special physical acti\i-
i\ o\enis thfowahout the dav
and a hike will be lead b the
Suwannee Chapter. Florida
Trail As-ociation bezinnino a[
9:00arn. The hike \01 boon
a -section of the Florida Trail
that runs along the eastern
border of Madison County and
the Suwannee Ri\er.
The Madison CountN
Health Department is blocking,
for people who %kould like to
help transport die flag on an\
of Lhe-se-ments. E\erNone is
welcome for any lenoth of
time as individuals or group,;
Please puticipifte and plan to
enlov the mariv health beriefits
that corne froin reLuilar moder-
ate ph\ ;ical acm Ity, \\ hich in-
ClUde reducine the ri.;k of de-
Please See Step Lip. Florida!
Page IA


AJI Madison CouniN resi-
dents are invited to participate
in Step Lip. Flofida! on Thur-
day. February 3. Step Lip,
Florida!SNI is a non-competi-
tiveph\sical actiitN relay that
III take place in all 67 coun-
ties in Florida during the
month of Februar\. Nladi,;on
Count-\ has been -;elec[ed to
kick-off one of the four routes
ilmi will culminate in (XIando
on FebruarN 26. The goal is
10 2et indi\idUalS of all age,
in\ol\ed in phy,;Ical actiIINI
and show that PhN sical acti\ I-
rN can be fun and exciung a..,
as healthN
Indkiduals at all ph ysical
actl\l[\ le\els are invited to
participate so check out the
route and decide %%here \ou
\% ould like to Join:
The route dnd the Step
Lip. Florida! flag \%ill begin
with a %\alk at the
N lad Hon/Jeffer,.,on Count\


Line and trael to the HaffNe
Ha Ns ParkinGreemille %%here
it %%ill be pa w-d to county res-
ident, and Green% ille Elernen-
iar Student,; io cam around
the lake.
Bike riders %%ill earr) the
flao I I miles from Grem ille
to the Madison AcademN.
Students from the Nladi-
son Acadenly. Madison Colin-
tv Fh,,h School, Madison Cen-
(ral School. and Madison
Count) Ewel School %\ill cu--
D, the flag as the route passes
their school.
Walker,; %% I I I cam; the t1ag
through the City of Madison
to the Four Freedorn Park.
A special lock-off for Step
Up, Florida! %\ill take place in
-Four Freedoms Park-at noon.
%%ith registration beginning a[
11:30. DUrinc, the kick-off.
Mayor Valentine %%Ill read the
Step Lip. Florida! Proclania-
tion. wNch has been signed bN


both the CitN of Madison and
NladP;on County Cornmis-
,.ioners
AlNw-111-upand -stretch
es--ion %%ill take place at
12: _" 0.
At 11:30. Nlavor Valen-
line. %\Ill lead a 30-minUte
\%alk. beginning and ending. at
-the Four Freedorns Park-,
which \%ill include a lap
around Lake Francis.
Walker- %%ill then to cam
the flag from Lake SLreet to
the Jci of US 90 and Count3
Road 6.
Bikers "ill ca-m, the fla-
from the junction to the Lee
Elementary School, stop for
student participa(ion. and then
continue do\\,n Count\ Road
_'* to the Nladison/Lafayette
Count\ Line for the final
hand-off to Lafayette County
Ph.\_,;ical actikit\ eent*_..
wil I a]-;o be occurring at loca-
fions inAladison County that


Cloudy with periods of
rain


30 Pa,,es
Nation & World .............. 15A
O biruafies ......................... 8A
Outdoors .................... 12-13A
Regional Ne%%s ............... 10A
The Remote
G Uide ..................... B Section
Senior Citizens ................. 5A
Step Back In Time .......... 14A
W weather ........................... I SA





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A Fine Line Between

Love And Hate
I have a love-hate relationship with my job.
I love being a writer and a reporter. I love the people I work
with. I love working with the public and the excitement of the
job.
Now, let me tell you about a few things I hate:
I hate taking pictures at a wreck scene, especially when
someone is injured or killed. I hate it when I hear .someone cornm-
plaining that I'm there taking pictures,, especially if that person
is just there gatwking at the wreck scene himself. At least I'm
there doing a job, not just staring:at a wreck. My job is not as im-
portant at the scene as that of a law officer, fireman or para-
medic, but it's a job I have to do. I hate it but I do it. 11 would
like to thank the law officers, firemen and rescue workers who
understand that I have a job to do. Thanks, guys and girls'.:
I hate it x hen people complain about the job I'm doing and,
don't even attempt to offer constructive criticism on how I can
do the job better. They complain about w hat I've written ("too
much bad news"), the subject I've wnnnen about and even that I
haven't written about them. Right now, I'm one man at a news-
paper. I'm the only reporter here at this newspaper. I can't be
everywhere at one time. I do my best, however, because it's my,
job.
I hate doing graphics work. One part of my job-is to lay out
the front page. I hate it! While I don't mind proofreading, I hate
layout. It's my job, though, and I do it.
Since I was seven or eight years old, I have always wanted
to write. I've wanted to work at a ne Ispaper for about that long
also. There's always something new and exciting happening but
if I had known then, what I know now,. I would have probably
decided to seek another route to writing. Perhaps I would have
went into sports reporting. Maybe covering colleges or pros be-
cause it does get a little frustrating when parents call and com-
plain because you're not covering their child's sports. I know' the
coaches ha\ e teaching jobs. and they're not alw ays a% ailable for
intervimews, because they ha\e more than one job to do. I guess
the sports gig wouldn't be perfect, though. because some loud-
mouth pro boxer %would probably punch my lights out over some
article they didn't like that I had written.
I hate a lot of things about my job. but I still lo\e it. I. love
it when something I'le written uplifts or inspires somebody. I
love it when a get a special thank you from them or I see a smile
on a child's face because I have taken his picture. My job isn't
all bad After all, Jesus gate me one of the desires of mN heart
when He alloh .ed me to become a newspaper reporter


Bus Routes

Cont. on Page 1A

Parents who were unable to attend Tuesday even ng's meet-
ing are invited to call Larry Alderman, Gloria Cashwell. Ivan
Johnson. Amanda Coe or De%%wane O'Quinn at 973-5022 for
more information.



Step Up, Florida

Cont. on Page 1A

% eloping diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, and
overweight or obesity. Physical activity can also help reduce:
complications or premature death related to these diseases. Law
enforcement %will be escorting all participants to ensure their
safety. If \ou have an\ questions or would like to participate,
please contact the Madison County Health Department at 973-.
5000 ext 126.


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Emerald Greene Kinsley
Publisher/Editor
PRODUCTION MANAGER
Lisa Greene
STAFF WRITER
Jacob Bembry
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Georganna Sherman and Kerry Cohen
TYPESETTER
Christine Lameier
ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVES
Mary Ellen Greene
Dorothy McKinney and
Shanna Colvin
CLASSIFIED AND LEGAL ADS
Susan Grimes
Deadline for classified i Monday at 300 p.m.
Deadline lfor Legal Ademsement is Monday at 5pio.
There will be a '3" charge for Affidavits.
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
Sub.cnption Rates:
In County $26 Out-of-County $31
(State & local taxes included)


Man Busted For Drug

Paraphernalia And

Stealing Curtains
A Madison man was ar- .--.-.-- .
rested for shoplifting and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia -_ ~ 6(
on Tuesday, January 25.
SAccording to a Madison .
Police Department report, Sgt. "....,
Larr~ Pride was dispatched to _1 7, i [ 1
Family\ Dollar in reference to a I
shoplifter. After Pride arrived, '
the suspect. Larry James
Solomon. 44, 'ran and was
caught a block a% ay.':
Pride searched Soloimon Sl
and found a crack pipe. The Larr3 James Solomon
suspect \\as transported back to the store and x\as identified by
the witnesses.
Solomon had reportedlI entered the store and tried to walk
out of it %\ ith three window curtain sets, valued at $15 each, and
a percale sheet set, valued at $20. .
One of the employees tried to stop Solomon and Solomon
jumped on him, hitting him several times.
.Solomon was placed under arrest and transported to the
Madison County Jail. .







1/19/05
Gregory Reshawn Graham--Fleeing or attempting to
elude, reckless driving, unknown charge
Carlton WVche--Domestic violence/battery :
Ira Lee Denson--DUI (felony)
1/20/05
Lendw\ood Driece Hall--Violation of parole
Cornelius Cherry--Contempt of court (non-support.)
Stradyne Latowva Cartmright--Petit theft, possession of
drug paraphernalia
Shernita Smith Solomon--Possession of marijuana more
than 20 grams. possession of marijuana \ith intent to sell
1/21/05
Terrn MNcDanieI--C'onemp[t >ol c-',ut i ni.in- tippol [.
.'*"'' RealihaiChristine Thomas--V'6P (circuit)
Anthony Hodge, Jr.--VOP (circuit)
1/22/05 .. .. ; 1 ,
Vincent Kevin Cov ert--Contempt of court (non-support),
worthless checks
Christopher Thomas Thompson--Expired tag
Willie Jay Roberson. Jr.--Petit theft
David Gerome Fead--Petit theft. VOP (.circuit)
Travis Leon Robinson--\\orthless checks
Frankie Brv'ant--VOP countyt.
David Dwayne Skinner--Domestic N iolence/battery
Rodrica Annette Gi\ens--D\VLSR or cancelled
Jason Jamaar Joseph- -Possession of cocai ne
'1/24/05 .
Dianna Lee Piollocks--DUI (manslaughter)
Terrance Lasha\\ n Phillips--Domestic violence (battery),
possession of marijuana less than 20 grams
Jerome Brinson--VOP (circuit )
Brent Me_'hard Miller-Violation of parole
1/25/05
Lester Earl Thompkins. Jr.--DWLSR or cancelled
Jolene Elizabeth Lee--Attaching a tag not assigned. D\WL
SR or cancelled
Larry James Solomon--Battery (touch or strike), petil theft.
possession of drug paraphernalia
Randolph .Aikens--VOP (circuit


Norman




Clyde


,,Hutto

Norman Clyde Hutto,
60. died Wednesday, January
26,' 2005. in Greenville,
Florida. '
Funeral services will be
at 2 p.m. Sunday, January 30,
2005, at Beggs Funeral
Home, Madison Chapel. Bur-
ial will follow at. Evergreen
Cemetery in Greenville.
The family will receive
friends from 6-8 p.m, Satur-
day, January 29, 2005 at Beg-
gs Funeral Home. Madison
Chapel.


-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is tith honest and integrit'"y
'iU1e._AR a bison
tnterprise- 'lerorber
Madison Recorder established 1865.
Net Enterprise established 1901.
Consolidated June 25. 1908
Published %weekly bN Greene Publishing. Inc.,
I I I S. E. Shelby St.. Madison. FL 32340. Penod-
icals postage PAID at Madison Post Office 32340.
Publication No. 177.400.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder. I11 S. E. Shel-
bN St.. Madison. FL 32340-2497.
This newspaper reserves the nght to reject
ans advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions
that, in the opinion of the management. % ill not be
for the best interest of the count.i and/or the own-
ers of this newspaper, and to investigate any ad-
%erusement submitted.
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publicauon in this newspaper must be picked up no
later than 6 months from the date theN are dropped off
Greene Publishing. Inc. % ill nor be responsible for pho-
ios beyond said deadline.


The New


American Plate

If your new year's resolution is to drop a few pounds, you
may want to take a closer look at the American Institute for Can-
cer Research's campaign "The New American Plate.". It puts
into practice the results of growing research that shorw s what we
eat and how we live have a lot to do w ith our risk of developing
cancer, as well as heart disease, adult onset diabetes and man\
other chronic health problems.
At the center of the Ne%% American Plate is a \arietr of %eg-
etables, fruits, whole grains and beans. These plant-based foods
are rich in substances that help keep us in good health and pro-
tect against many types of cancer. They are also naturally low
in calories.
Reshape your meals by looking ait Nour plate Two-thirds of
more should by a combination of vegetables, fruit. whole grains
and beans. The remaining one third can be an animal source of
protein. .
Include fruits and vegetables at every meal to insure your
get at least five ser ings each da\. These foods provide vita-
mins, minerals and phytochemicals that protect the body's cells
from damage by cancer-causing agents. Make sure you include
whole grains in yours meal each day. They are higher in fiber
and natural phytochemicals than refined grains like white bread
or rice. Examples of whole grains are whole wheat bread and
pasta, (be sure to look for the term "whole wheat") oatmeal, bar-
ley and pea; including kidney, black beans,, lentils and green
peas.
When cooking food; bake, steam, microwave or stir-fry in a
small amount of oil. Choose flavorful and low-fat toppings such
as marinara sauce, salsa, mustard, reduced-sodium soy sauce.
To learn more about the New American Plate, visit the
AICR's website at %wwt.aicr.org. For more information about
nutrition and eating for health. contact the Madison Counti Ex-
tension Service.
The University of Florida Extension Madison County is an
Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
authorized to pro% ide research, educational information and oth-
er services onl) to individuals and institutions that function
without regard to race. color, sex. age. handicap or national ori-
gin.


Daisles To The
Senior Citizens Board;

Darts to School Negotiators
Large bouquets of colorful daisies to the board of the Senior
Citizens Council for the wonderful dinner to raise funds for a
new center: The cause is certainly, valid, since the present center
is so crowded and leaves no roomtfor new activities. Kudos to
all of you who took part, and to Representative Will Kendrick
for coming up with the idea and sharing plans for the new cen-
ter. No%\. anybody got a piece of property cheap?
Bountiful and fragrant daisies to North Florida Community
College for having the highest retention rate and diploma rate of
all of Florida's community colleges. \Ve just love our local peo-
ple "ho work so assiduously to bring about such results.
Darts, but to whom? We'll just toss them at both sides. The
Madison School District and the Madison Count) Education As-
sociation have been negotiating o\er raises for school personnel.
The district offers' a one-time bonus instead of -a raise: the
NICEA stands firm on seeking raises instead of a bonus. Neither
side will budge, so a federal mediator w ill come in to oversee the
process. And v ho will pa\ this negotiator? Reach into your wal-
let; folks, because these assistants do not come free.
Darts to tobacco users who have sw itched from cigarettes to
snuff or "chaw." Few sights are more disgusting than someone's
brow n. runny' gums or a stream of juice being spit across a side-
walk. UGH! To say nothing of the mouth, lip, and throat cancer
lurking behind that leaf. Daisies to our public library for creat-
ing that teen section. What a great idea, and what an appealing
area, (At least. what I can see of it; I'm not allow ed in there since
I'm not a teenager.) ,
Daisies to hoe er put up the signs on the courthouse lawn
about abortion last week. As unpleasant as a subject might be,
we need to put a variety of issues in the public eye and in the
public debate. No matter %%here you stand on'anrissue, you can
make a difference only if you engage in that debate.
Daisies to parents who are reading to their children and hav-
ing the children read to them, who are tucking those kiddies in
at an early regular bedtime, who are chucking the sodas, dough-
nuts, potato, chips, and other fatty snacks, and who are engaging
their children in daily prolonged conversations. They are prepar-
ing their children for the FCAT, which is only a month away;
and great shall be their reward.
Darts to our governor, who received a large infusion of dol-
lars (read that "millions") from the federal government and put
most of it into a "rainy-day" fund instead of applying it to pre-
sent needs. Seems like a sure road to seeing that the four-year-
old kindergarten and the class-size amendment go under-funded.
Daisies to all of you who have contributed so generously to
.help the victims of the Asian tsunami.
Velvety white daisies to you if you have taken steps to make
your world cleaner, healthier, more joyful, more peaceful, or
prettier today. Especially if no one knows who did the mean-
ingful deed.


The'Mabislan


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Madison Garden Club To


.Host Luncheon

S- .. By Jacob Bembry
Greenie Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Garden Club will
i ?-/host a "Tablescapes" Luncheon and
Sf Auction .on Thursday, February 3.
. : < from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the
S Madison Woman's Club.
Kirn Nobles, from Nobles Green-
house, will be the guest speaker for the
.' ly feline

Family Lifeline


And Auction-

occasion.
There is a cost of $10 per person,
which includes a delicious lunch.
"Tablescapes" will be auctioned
off during the event.
Reservations are required by Sat,
urday, January 29. Limited space
available. For reservations, please call '
973-9363 .'-


Center To Host


"Choosing To Love Life"


Fundraising Banquet


By Jacob BembrN
Greene Publishing,. Inc.
The Famil) Lifeline Cen-
ter \\ill host its third annual
fundraising banquet on Tues-
day. February 1. from 6:45-9
p.m. at the KountrN Kitchen
Restaurant, south of Lee at the
interstate exit. The theme of
this Near's banquet is "Choos-
ing to Lo\e Life." A special
emphasis is being made on
sexual abstinence by the ser-
vice.
The Family Lifeline Cen-


ter is made up of members of
the Body of Christ in Madison
Counts. The Lifeline Center is
privileged to ser\e God b,
saving the lives of the unborn.
sharing Chirst. counseling and
aiding expectant mothers, pro-
moting sexual abstinence.
meeting nursery needs and
ministering to post-aborti\e
\\omen..
Local citizens are under-
writing a delightful meal so
that interested citizens can
learn about God's blessings


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Center. The program sched- contact the Family Lifeline
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and opportunities for expand- eas for the Family Lifeline
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We, the children of Franklin and
Louise Carroll are very pleased to an-
nounce our parents' 50th wedding an-
niversary.
SGod blessed us with parents who
love each other, their family and the
1 Lord.
We would like to extend an invita-
tion to share in a celebration of their
family, and commitment to each other.
A reception will be held Sunday,
January 30, 2005 at the Greenville
* Woman's Club from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00
p.m.


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Morris Day NamedTo The FMB Board


Greenville Business Ad% i-
sory Board L. Gary Wright,
President and CEO of Farmers
& Merchants Bank, announces
the appointment of Morris
Day to the bank's Greenx ille
Business Advisory Board.
"From the beginning,
FMB has dedicated itself to
meeting the needs of local
businesses int the markets we
serve," explained Wright. "An
important part of our success
comes from the efforts of our
local Business Advisory
Boards and the addition of
Morris Day to the Business
Advisory Board signifies our
commitment to Greenville's
business community."
Mr. Day is well known in


Morris Day


the area and has been em-
ployed % ith Sprint for 35
years. In addition, he has been
involved with the family's
farm since 1987.


Morris served a two-year
term on the Gold Kist Patron-
age Council, and is a past
board- member of the Aucilla
Christian Academy.
He is married to Sarah
Day and the couple ha\e two
children and five grand chil-
dren. The Morris's attend the
Ne%% Hope Baptist Church of
Greenville, where Morris
serves as a Deacon.


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is awarded to Erin Brock, City Executive of the bank'sThomasville office.
Brock jined Farmetrs, Merchants Bank oflThornas County, in 2003, m head up.
brand opetitions in dfe South Georgia market. He is an active professional cid zen
and codtribuct, to the growth and development of Thoma.sille and Thomas
County.'Iduough various ciic activities. He is chairman of the Tbomasnile/
Thomas:Cou-ty Chamber of Commerce Exiiring Indusqy Committee. He
also serves as c .hpan of the Thomasville S"alvotio; Army Advisory Board,
plus chaired that group's Arm.Fudraise "Yo're dithe Army." In addition,
Brock series as chairman of the FimanceCoimmnitee and is a member ofthe
Adminisuaive Board of the First United Methodist Church of Thomas.ille.
Brock attended Young Harris College and the University of Georgia. earning a
Bachelor of Business Adminisration degree with a major in accounting. He and
his witfe Becky. reside in Thornmasvwille. Georgia.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A


Western Motif Sets Tone or en:ior Dinner


By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Against a background of bandanas, cornstalks. and lassos. a
merrm time ensued Saturday night January 22. at Jellystone
Park. A large crowd converged at Jelly Hall for the kick-off
fundraiser for a new% Senior Citizens Center. and everyone en-
josed the evening.
About two hundred diners most sporting cowboy hats and
boots) appreciated the ministrations of their celebrity servers -
Clerk of Court Tim Sanders. School Superintendent Lou Miller.
Lee City Manager Cher I Archambault, Representati e Will
Kendrick. Madison Fire Chief and County Commissioner Al-
fred Martin, County Commissioner Roy Ellis. County Commis-
sioner Ronnie Moore. Senior Citizens Director Janice Wise.
School Board Member Veetta Hagan-Smith, and Lynn Bannis-
ter representing Senator Bill Nelson.
They served up salad. roast beef. and peach cobbler, and
kept the iced tea flowing. Their motivation? The ser\er %with the
largest take in tips %would get a reward. At the end of the
evening. Martin had garnered $73 to take the prize a recogni-
tion plaque for his wall. All the tips went to the building fund.
The dinner music %\as nostalgic. presented by the Sentinel
Singers of North Florida Community College. Their program
included Hol\. Hol\. Holy, And I Lo\e Her. Moonglow. and
Bye, Bye. Love. Their director. Rebecca Burkart, also present-
ed piano music.
Doug Brow% n. Vice-president of North Florida Community
College. w\as the featured speaker for the event. He addressed
the man\ products people use to make themselves look younger
or more muscular. He asked. "When we go out of this world.
will we have been just pretty,
or will we have had meaning?".
Brown n thanked the senior citi-
zens present for their contribu-
tions to the community of
Madison County, and for their
efforts to make bfe better for
others. Along life's way, he
said, we find the Valley of Par-
enthood, the Mount of Mar-
riage. and the Plain of Faith,
but nowhere do we see the
Fountain of Youth. "You have
discovered the secret of youth-
fulness watching your light
reflected in the lives of oth-
ers," he stated.
He encouraged his audi-
ence to tell their stories so that
future generations w ill not lose
the past. "Thank you for your
work and sour integrity," he
remarked in closing. The Sentinel Singers fr
S.. Elt, P-uchett, secretary Fundraiser Saturday night a
January 22, 2005)


of the Senior Citizens Council. recalled the moment that she re-
alized she % as a senior citizen. and introduced the members of
the Council. Treasurer Opie Peavy urged everyone to find ways
to increase the building fund for a ne"w center. President Betty
Vann gave the welcome and acted as emcee.


Herman Cherry, left. and Joe Pea"', right. were having
a grand old time at the Senior Citizens Dinner. iGreene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Ginger Jarvis. January 22, 2005)


Representative Will Kendrick, right. (who had the idea
of a fund-raising dinner) checks out the plans for the pro-
posed Madison County Senior Citizens Center along with
Betty Vann, president of the Senior Citizens Council. The
plan, modeled after the new center in Wakulla County, will
triple the space available at the present crowded center.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ginger Jarvis. January 22.
2005)




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Grandma's Blessing: And Donovan Makes Three


Hello. It's me again.
Guess what? Our third grand-
baby has finally arrived! He
joins his cousins, Trinity
Nicole Miller and Karic
Alexander Miller, who were
born back in June on the 3rd
and 25th, as some of you may
recall. Proud parents, Thomas
and Tonisha Miller of Cherry
Lake announce the birth of
their son, Donovan Aric
Miller, born January 5 at Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospital.
He weighed eight pounds and
four ounces and was 20 1/2
inches long.
Once again, we are not the
only proud grandparents. We
are sharing Donovan with
grandparents Tony and Sheila
Aranda and great-grandpar-
ents Robert and Eleanor Aran-
da and Clara -Barge, all of
Cherry Lake. More great-
grandparents, include Mardi
Barber, Myrtle Terracall and
Al and Marsha Eberhardt, all
of Washington state, and
great-grandma Jean Holden of
Jacksonville.
We were hoping for a
Christmas or New Year's
baby, but Donovan decided to
miss all that. We didn't Let All
three grandbabies in the same
year. but it %\as close enough.
It %\ill be great watching them
all gro%\ up together Karic
and Trinity have already% de-
eloped their o% n personali-
lies and are both amu-sin, and
entertaining to watch h both
alone ind t, cerher N er J
day goes by that the camera is
not clicking at Grandma's and
Grandpa's house. We are look-
ing forward to a year from
nowt. We can only imagine the
chaos these beautiful babies
will bring. We will all be lov-


ing every precious minute of
it. I'll keep you posted, as


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gets better.


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of Cherry Lake;


Donovan's cousins, Karic and Triniat Miller, can't wail
to teach Donovan how easy it is to get Grandma's attention.


Everyone


Loves

A


Parade

.The Lee Day Committee
has been working for quite a
while on plans for the 2005
festival. It is my privilege, as
chair of the Lee Day parade, to
invite all businesses, churches,
schools and other organiza-
tions and civic departments to
join us by entering a parade
float or other entry. A special
invitation to Madison Coun-
ty's heads of government.
Joining you will be a
Town of Lee float and the fol-
lowing Lee Community hon-
orees:
Grand Marshal-
Wilma Dickey
Founding Forefather-
James Bell
Honorary Ms. Lee-
Marintha Howard
And
Citizen of the Year-
Thelma Thompson

Theme for this year's
event is 'This Land Is Our
Land'
We look forward to seeing
you there.

SThelnmia.))oflipkon.

Chair "'

Please 'cil197 1-5867 for
an entry form and other in for-
mation.


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2506 MIKEY Nine month old
Tabby Male. His only require-
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2516 Enmil\ Nine-month-old
Tabby Female. with White Feet.
Purrs if you look at her. Would
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We have many more kittens and
cats that are spayed or neutered,
wormed, Feline Leukemia tested,
rabies shots. Adoption $45.00.
DOGS
2685 Jelly Ten-month-old Tri-
color Female. New to the shelter,
this beauty will not be here long.


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26"' SAMSON Three-n-:'ntlt
old Black Male. Adorable is the
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rather pla; than eat
2672 DELILAH Three-monih-
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kick to the slightly larger Samson
and prize in her own right.
2670 BEAR Nine-month old
Cream Male. A. really beau nful
'and loving puppy. He once had a
home and is ready to gi\e up.
homelessness.
2675 BANDIT Six week, old
Black, Brown and White Male.
This boy was born to cuddle. Alert
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497 -,.Kalua -'Eight-month old
Tabby Male, ;Needs to' be seen, to
be appreciated. All beauty ith a
touch.of mischief
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Lost: Maggie Six-year old Black
female Cocker Spaniel. No collar.
Lost near Midwa;\ Church Road
and CR 53
Lost Eight-sear old Silver GreN
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Maphis, M.P.T., has recently been
appointed Clinic Director, of
Tallahassee- Orthopedic & Sports
Physical Therapy located on the'cor-
Sner of Dade and Range Streets in
Madison, Jenny replaces Monica
Norfleet, P.T., who moved with her
husband, Nat, and their family to
Tuscon, Arizona in September.
..'.- '.. m Jenn) was born and raised in
Tallahassee where she attended Florida High School. Being
very interested in all sports, she participated in volleyball,
softball and cheerleading. After suffering an injury that pre-
vented her from playing active sports, she volunteered to
work with the school's sports teams as an assistant to Jim
Watson, the Athletic Trainer for Florida High and co-owner
of TOSPT. Under Jim's tutelage and working alongside the
team physicians, she acquired a vast knowledge of sports
injuries and prevention. Athletic training became a huge
part of her high school life and she became a vital part of the
Florida High sports program.:
Jenny went on to FSU on a football athletic training
scholarship and majored in Biological Sciences with a strong
emphasis on pre-med. Along the way, Jenny realized that she
could combine her passion for athletics with her infatuation
for medicine. Instead of becoming a Certified Athletic
Trainer, she recognized that she could be involved with ath-
letes while also working with other populations in the med-
ical field. Jenny then went on to the University of Florida to
acquire her Master's degree in Physical Therapy.
Recently married to Scott Maphis, a manager with
Publix in Tallahassee, they enjoy family, friends and their
two dogs. (Scott's hobby is training retrievers.) Jenny is
vitally interested in helping people from the very young to
the very mature overcome problems that affect their abilities
to move and function as well as they can in their daily lives
and in teaching; the prevention of injury and loss of move-
ment.
Please feel free to call Jenny if you desire information on
Physical Therapy.


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8A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


AROUND MADISON COUNTY


Friday, January 28, 2005


Carolyn Herring Tookes, 51, of St. Pe-
tersburg, Florida died on Friday, January 21,
2005 at Bayfront Medical Center. A native of
Madison, where she worked as a court clerk
for the Judicial System of Madison County
and was a customer service representative
for Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Inc., while
residing in Jacksonville, FL..
She moved to St. Petersburg in 1991
from Rochester, NY. A graduate of North
Florida Junior College, where she received
an Associate of Arts Degree, in Liberal Arts.
Locally she was a member of Friendship
Missionary Baptist Church.

Pearly Lorena
Pearly Lorena Scott Thigpen, 76, died,
Tuesday, January 25, 2005, in Greenville.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday,
January 28, 2005, at Beggs Funeral Home,
Madison Chapel.
Thigpen was born in Madison County
and was a lifelong resident. She was the re-
tired owner of Thigpen Meat House and was
a member of the Greenville First Baptist
Church in Greenville.
She is preceded in death by her husband
of 56 years, N.W. Thigpen of Greenville, and
two brothers, Little Joe and Leroy Scott.
She is survived by a son, Albert (and
wife, Bali) Thigpen; a daughter, Betty (and


(850) 222-5997
944 W. Brevard St.
Ta2lahassee, Florida
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Survivors include her husband of 22
years, Willie, Tookes, Sr.; a son, Willie
Tookes, Jr. Tallahassee, FL, and Douglas
Swiley, Tampa, Florida; nine sisters, Diane
Anderson, St. Petersburg, FL, Gail Herring,
Tallahassee, FL, Patricia Johnson, Madison,
FL, Sandra Moore, Jacksonville, FL,
Pauline Tolbert, Ft. Pierce, FL, and Cindy
Swiley, Silver Springs, MD; three grand-
children; Smith Funeral Home, St. Peters-
burg, FL.
Funeral Service Saturday 1:00 p.m. at
St. James Missionary Baptist Church,
Madison.

Scott Thigpen
husband, Danny) Edmonston of Greenville;
a brother, Frank Scott; three sisters, Frances
McDonald, Sarah Scott and Rosa Mae Hen-
derson, all of Greenville; three grandsons.
Jon (and wife, Francine) Morgan of Talla-
hassee; Chris Morgan and Jason Thigpen,
both of Greenville; a granddaughter, Nicki
Thigpen (and husband, Mike) Marquadt of
Norfolk, Va.; five great-grandchildren,
Phillip and Katie Morgan of Tallahassee,
McKensey and Ethan Marquardt of Norfolk,
Va.; and Kayla Marie Morgan of Boise, Ida-
ho.
Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel,
was in charge of arrangements.


The Family of the late Annie R. Franklin Mobley would like
to thank each of you for the food, flowers, phone calls, prayers,
lovely cards or just thinking about us during our time of loss. We
really appreciate you for ,being so kind to us. May God be with
you and we love you all.

The Franklin and Mobley Family


SWaddie & Harold Hall

Will Celebrate Their


5 Oth W

Harold and
"3' Dover,. DE ce
k- their 50th wed
V ^t-anniversar% 0\
several dinners
I t -throu g hout
(f, f the month
C \ of De-
Sm member
2 0 0:4- ,
CO among /
family
a n d
,friends.
The
former
Waddie'
^ ^Hinton,
i i0 f f
/ '- r Madi-

married
Mr. Hall
Dec. 24. \
1954 in
P Panama City.
FL.
The co
IN' have two
Harold W.
Dover and
rt ,* :


wedding Anniversery


Waddie Hall of
lebrated
Hiding
ith


sons,
Hall, Jr. of
Douglas Hall of
a'


Los Angeles.
Harold retire.4
from Dover Air
Force Base as
a master y
sergeant,
and later
from Civil
Services at
DAFB, af-





years.
Waddie
worked
at the

n e hospital

for ,mo 1re
Ba y h.eeas.t h
Kent General
Hospital in
No[ .- Dover.
The Hall's have al-
ways been faithful ser-
vants in the church and cur-
rently attend the base chapel.


January 28
Singles Dance Party, hosted
by Positive Christian Singles,
every FridaN at 1650 River
Street (1/4 mile east of Sam's
Club), Valdosta. Dance, les--
son from 8-8:30 p.m.: DJ
.-lays country. oldies. & pop


rock from 8:30-11 p.m. $8 ad-
mission includes snacks &
beverages. Info: 229-242-
3797.

January 29
Singles Fun & Friends, spon-
sored by Positive Christian


Singles, 7 p.m. in McKey
Park, Valdosta. Coed volley-
ball, basketball,, darts,' board
games, & refreshments. Chil-
dren welcome. Free. Info:
229-242-3797.
February ,1
Master \Vildli fer satellite
broadcast course provided by
Clemson Uni&ersity Exten-
sion. A 7 week course aimed
at landowners & land man-
agers interested in integrating
wildlife considerations into
their current land use. Work-
shop will be held on Tuesday
evenings. Feb. 1 through
March 15, from 7:00 to 10:00
p.m. at the Madison Counti
Extension Office. Each at-


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The Tall Pines Club will meet
on Wednesday, Febuary 2,
2005 in the Mill Conference
Room at Noon. Barbeque will
be furnished, You may bring a
salad or dessert to go with the
barbeque. Please make plans
to attend for good food, fun
and fellowship.
February 6
The Voices of Calvary from
College Park, Ga. will be in
Madison along with others at
3:00 p.m. Sponsored by New
Bethel Choir. For more info.
Please call 850-973-2929 or
850-973-3760.
February 8
Tom McGough eill be at Se-
nior. Citizens Council of
Nladison for a Presentation on
the Importance og having Mo-
mory Screening for
Alzheimers at 10:30 a.m.
Margie Tunney \\ill also be
doing Osteoporosis Screening
in another romm. Public is
Welcome to our Mini Health
Fair.
February 10
A Sunburst USA Pageant will
feature baby contests, a model
search, and a photogenic cate-
gory in Madison. Contestants
ages birth-27, male and fe-,
male, may choose among sev-
eral categories. Entrants may
be married or single. Entry
forms are available at the of-
fices of the Enterprise-
Recorder and the Madison
County Carrier. They must be
submitted with fees 10 days
prior to the pageant. ,
February 10
Senior Citizens Council of
Madison will be doing Out-
reach in our Madison Neigh-
borhood Communitys from 2
til 4 p.m.


Liberty National Life

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is expanding its operation and is looking for upwardly mobile people to
fill insurance sales & service positions. Average annual earnings
$42,000. Fringe benefit'package: 2 retirement funds, health insurance,
paid vacation, convention trips & many others. No experience necessary.
We have on the job training: Requirements: honesty, hard worker &
dependable transportation.
Contact Ronnie Harvey at 386-752-2583


Or fax resume to:
Liberty National is an EOE


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Licensed Agents Welcome


Carolyn Herring Tookes


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CHURCH


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A


Barbara Memorial


Church To Hold


Homecoming
Barbara Memorial Church of the Nazarene food and enjoy the fellowship.
.nnounces its annual Homecoming Celebration A singspiration, including congregational
-r Sunday, January 30, 2005, beginning at and special music, will follow the noon meal,
10:30 AM. Rev. Donald Runyon of Lake City beginning about 1:30 PM. A number of partic-
vill be speaking. He has been serving as one ipants will perform special music. They invite
f two interim pastors of the church during the you to be present for this time of celebration
Sabbatical leave of the pastor, Robert Q. Agn- and worship.
Ir. Barbara Memorial is located at 155 NE
At the noon hour, they will be spreading Nazarene Church Way (off County Road 254),
dinner. Bring a covered dish of your favorite Madison.




Happenings At



Madison First .aptist

By Nell Dobbs
January 28, 2005
"Praise God from whom all blessings flow!"
Church signs: "Life is fragile. Handle with prayer." "Sorrow looks down. Worry looks
around. Faith looks up."
24-Hour Billboard: "You Belong to God."
Angels Unaware title of a book true.
Marjell's youngest sister, Bettie, is out of the hospital and is with us two or three weeks.
Tuesday, we took her to see her doctor in Gainesville. Stopped, asked, drove around, turned
around, fretted. Someone in the left lane said, "You're lost? Where do you want to go? Get in
the lane behind me and I'll take you there!" Were we ever glad! And she was going to the
same doctor. An angel for us!
"The saddest words of tongue or pen it might have been" could be changed 'to "If' if
I had done this or if I had not done this or that. That's ho0w it is with me. .If only I had been
More careful our Lil Jess, 20 months old, would not have pulled the pan of hot boiled eggs
off the stove and burned both feet second degree btns' and now in Tallahassee Memorial
7 Hospital, possibly for fourteen days. Saying it could have been much worse is so true but only
relieves some of my guilt. Please pray for him and Pryncess and Jesse. Thanks.
1Many others are sick among us. Jimmy Roebukc is in Capital Regional Medical with a
stroke and heart problems. Jargo Clark is not feeling well. The many who've been so sick
with cold and such. Tommy Greene (a good visit with him as he came to get an old cypress
trough that held six kettles of syrup that Mr. Vanes of Lake Butler had hewed out with an adz
almost killing his mule pulling it out of the bay to put in his museum). Iduma Smith's sis-
ter Minnie Rice, very ill. Our own church secretary, Sandra Shannon. Mary Lou Buchanan
suffering from a broken shoulder and all others.
Ladies Trio Shirley Prentiss, Cindy Brown and Willa Branhaim blessed us singing
"Pick Up the Broken Pieces." Chancel Choir sang "Old Time Religion" and Preacher ex-
pressed for all of us how good it was. Also, he told us of the four-week study that Preacher
Holbrook would be,,teaching~ aboQ.'u 4qrl lost. He said i tl 20,00( i .gof our
county would attend the204'churchesl iri ou county what a change w Nuldbe, m eade.
'Appreciated a visit from Archie Davis.
Monday, Group I met at 10 a.m. There was ,a Brotherhood Supper/Meeting with Ray-
mond Cook preaching. On Thursday, the Senior Adult Choir blessed those at the Hughey Cen-
ter and then had lunch.
The ladies, all one hundred of them, praise the Lord for a wonderful blessed meeting over
the week at our church.
May the Lord bless us one and all.Happenings At Madison First Baptist


Reapers Of The Harvest Church


To Celebrate Homecoming

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Reapers of the Harvest Church
will hold their homecoming on Sun-
day, February 6, beginning at 10
a.m.
Nolan Kent will be the special
guest speaker for the morning ser-
vice.
The Haire Family will be the
Guest singers for the afternoon ser-
-vice. A special sing will begin at 2
p.m., following dinner on the
grounds.
Every so often a group comes
along who steals the.heart of every-
one they meet. Not only do the
NHaire Family's harmonies separate
them from the pack, but their gen-
uine and transparent love for God is
TOi evident.
S Reapers of the Harvest Church
Sis located on Highway 90, west of
Greenville. For more information,
please call 948-6751.
Everyone is cordially invited to
The Haire Family attend the homecoming services!


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by walking, bikihrg running, rollerblading, skateboarding,
or any other type of physical activity on
February 3, 2005.
Please contact the
Madison County Health Department
for more information or to sign up.
(850) 973-5000 Ext. 126


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5, If BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH
OFTHE NAZARENE
Highway 254
Rev. Robert Agner 973-4160
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 5:30p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p.m.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
1505 East Base St., Madison FL 32340
.... ."Phone 973-2887
Pastor Rusty Bryan
Music Director Minnie Lee Newborn
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Church Training 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship .7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7-8:00p.m.
Family Night Supper, 1st Wednesday........ 6-7:00 p.m.
Baptist Men, Baptist Women, Music, Youth Children,
and Fun After Fifty programs, available
"Where Love Has No Limits"'
FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve McHargue, Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music Director
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-3266
Morning Worship : 9:00 a.r
Sunday School 10:30 am.
Wednesday: Family Night ................Call For Schedule
"A Family of Families" ............."Contemporary Worship"
If interested in a home group, call:,850-973-3266
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1113 SE.Pinckney St., Madison Fl. 32340
Pastor George Stinson
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning'Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night 6:00 p.m.
Pastor George Stinson invites you to come and enjoy
S God's Blessings.


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Monroe FerDon, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Jim Catron, Lay Leader
Service of Word & Table 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8):..........6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12). 7:00 p.m.
Men's FellowshipBreakfast (3rd Sunday)..........8:00 a.m.
Women's Meeting & Lunch (1st Mpnday)...... 12:00 Noon
Sunday 11 AM Service Now On WMAF 1230 AM
Everyone is welcome to all events!
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America
1200 North Washington St. 973-2692
Sunday School For All Ages 945 a.m.,
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Study.................6:00 p.m.
Youth Groups 1st 12th Grades 6:30 p.m.
Choir Practice :30 p.m.
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast 7:00 a.m.
Come Worship And Serve With Us
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Caron Harn
Lee Florida Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday MormingWorship 11:00 am.
Wed Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Wed. Children /.YouthActivities 7:00 p.m.
Wed. Adult Choir 8:00 p.m.
LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SHwy.255 South, Lee, Florida *971-5585 '
Richard Quackenbush, Pastor
Morning Worship 9 :00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Youth Group 5:00 p.m.
United Methodist Women
Monday after 1st Sunday 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast
Second Sunday 8:00 a m.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
"Connecting The Community With Christ"


MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
771 NE Colin Kelly Hwy., Madison, EL.
973-6307
Rev. Doyle Glass, Pastor
Sunday School :0:00 a.
Morning Worship l:00O a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Service 7:00 p.m.
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
'"A Friendly Church"
CherryLake, FL
850-929-4355
Rev. Johnnie Merrick, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Pastoral Sunday 1st & 3rd Sunday..................11:15 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd Sunday 11:15 a.m.
Mission/Laymen 4th Sunday 11:15 a.m.
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHURCH
3 Miles West Of Greenville, FL. Hwy 90
Samuel Bass, Sr., Pastor'
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
"And when the day of Pentecost was fully come,
they were all with one accord in one place." Acts 2:1
Everyone is always welcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
108 N. Horry St., 973-8338
The Rev. Ben Pfeil Vicar
Jack Proctor Senior Warden
Sunday Church
School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m.
Mission Board 2nd Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Episcopal Church Women 3rd Sunday................ :11:00 a.m.
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sumter St., 973-2428
Rev. Ernest Sylvestre, OMI
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Mass................ 7:30 a.m.
Thursday Mass 7:30 a.m.
Saturday Mass 5:30 p.m.



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Saturday and Sunday,
January 29-30 & February 5-6
Friday, February 4
Gainesville, Florida
Alachua County Fairgrounds come to life as the 19th Annual
Hoggetowne Medieval Faire brings the magic of the past to
Gainesville. Join hundreds of actors, artisans and volunteerss for


REGIONAL. NEWS

two weekends of merriment January 29-30 and February 4-6. Rev-
el in the sights and sounds of a fantastic Gainesville tradition near-
ly two decades in the running.
Join the crowd and cheer for your favorite contender as
mounted knights joust in full plate armour on the tournament field.
-Applaud street performers who dance, juggle and joke for your
amuse-ment. Listen to minstrels playing period music and enjoy
continuous live entertainment on seven stages. Browse through the
bustling medieval marketplace for that perfect gift or trinket.
Watch in delight-as warriors and magicians battle one another
in a living chess match or test your own skills in games of chance,
strength and skill Watch and learn as artisans demonstrate their
skills in' blacksmithing, weaving, leatherworking, woodcarving,
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~w<'^ 1 .- g *oetowne ediemvalfai j re wits.


The theme of this year's fair, "The Adventures of King .Arhurl.
allows visitors to journey back to a period when damsels were dis-
tressed and knights rode to the rescue, Although this story dates back
mans hundreds of years, people lo .e not only to tell but also to act out
the memorable 'tale. Wearing elegant penod clothing and speaking
Olde English. perfomiers mingle to debght and amaze eager fairgoers,.
voung and old alike. Fairgoers are encouraged to arrive earl\. because
duinng the first 30 minutes each da\ \ sitors are welcomed at die en-
trance b a gathering of e\er perfomier, actor and character. Linda
Piper. Festi% al Coordinator. echoes the sentiments of many w% hen she
asserts that this uruque "'Mleet and Greet" Lime is her favorite part of the
da\


they entice you to participate in man\ different tests of strength and bal-
ance. There will also be huran-powered rides, live animal rides and
archers for the \ountg at heart. Strolling villagers and minstrels add to
thie. medie al atmosphere. as do face painters and fortuietellers.

Parade
King Arthur and Queen Guineere \v.ill 'lead thdie Procession
through Hoggeetone's crowded streets on Fnday at 12:30 a m.. and
Saturday and Sunda\ at 12:30 p m. and 4:30 p.m.Participants can pa\
their respects to the King and Queen dtuing this Ro\ al Procession, or
be kunihted and found. worth\ as the daY's events unfold. Jousting
knighab on horseback k.ear fill armour. weighingg up to 75 pounds. and
they charge head-on at a full gallop %k ith old\ a lance and shield to de-


Craft Village / Marketplace fend themselh es w while they fight for their ladies" honor at the ltouma-
More than 150 incredibly talented amrtsans and craftspeople, from ment Field. Jousung begins at 11-0) a.m. and 1:0(} p.m on FridaN. and
all ox er the cotntrside. journey to Hoggeto'wne to display and sell a 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Sanuda\ and Sundaiy
\ariety of good:. trinkets' and' wares. At the Markerplace visitorss w\ill
findone-of-a-kind blacksmithing, pei\ter jewelry. stone carvings. School Day
woodworking, eatingng, hand-bloiwn glass are, leather crafts. and This is a great opporttumit for students stud\ ing the N hddle Ages
much more. A \ariert of ne\w vendors \\ill represent talents never seen to experience k hat this time period %\as really like Schools. home
schools and special needs groups can receive discounted entrance fees
.... by pre-registering, as %ell as a free educational guide filled \%ith ac-
'. fiides for before and after the Faire. The deadline for pre-registration
S, M,.,is January 17dith. Friday is also .%\hen all admission is half price and in-


before at the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire. Prepare to feast on heart
food and drink fit for a king! Enjoy our succulent turke\ legs, lo\e
knotss pretzels i and the Queen's buns hot out of our bakers ovens, the
king's nuts ihone\ roasted almonds i or perhaps a blooming onion.


Live Reelry
Hoggetowne'" seven theatres will feature continuous live re elry-
a medley incltding-6 ps) dancing. ancient music. juggling, puppetry.
acting troupes, and'sti't5'lling. \\itch a living chess game as King
Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table match their \\its in a game
of chess with human pla\ ers.
Also featured ". ill be display s of full-tlight falconry and armoured
combat. Along the street medieval mroues w ill compete for coins as


dividuals with disabilities are admitted free.

Children's Activities
Families will enjoy the Children's Pavilion with educational
hands-on. create activities. An Art and Essa\ Contest in the Chil
dren's Pa lholn features the \%ork of oer -40) local school children
There k\ ill be 54 pnze\\ winners in SL\ age groups. and three categone
representing talent from ever\ grade level. O'er.dl Best Essay, Best 2
D Art.ork and Best 3-D Am\tork \\innecs .\ill receive a $50.00 sa\
ings bond from Campus USA Credit Union. The King and Queen o
Hoggetowne \% ill recognize die \\ mners at an a\\ard ceremony held ot
Saturday. January 29th. at 2:30 p.m. in the'Ro al Pavilion.


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Friday, January 28, 2001

pottery and much more. Indulge in food fit for a king in the foo
court, where you can find sweet potato: fries, freshly squeeze
lemonade and our famous turke. legs.
The Faire is the perfect place to bring e\ en theyoungest merr
bers of the kingdom. Cliildren can visit the royal pavilion whei
they will become lords and ladies of the court of Hoggetowne. Ir
dulge not only your children, but also yourself with rides on
camel, pony or even an elephant. Human-powered push rides fux
other add to the authentic medieval fun.
Faire hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday s and Sundays an
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for child
dren ages 5-17 and free for children -1 and N younger. For more in
formation call (352) 334-ARTS.,





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OUTDOORS


Friday, January 28, 20s


Steinhatchee Community


Fishing Tburnament


The Steinhatchee Community Projects
Board,.Inc. will be holding its Fourth Annual
Fishing Tournament March 12, 2005. We hope
you can come and enjoy a fabulous day fishing,
off the Big Bend coast of Florida. This year
fishermen will be able to start from Steinhatch-
ee and Keaton Beach. Steinhatchee will start at
the mouth of the river as before and' Keaton
SBeach will start from the end of. the Keaton*
Beach fishing pier. The Tournament weight-in,
polygraph testing and the raffle will be held at
the Steinhatchee Community Center as in the
past.
The Steinhatchee Community Projects
Board. Inc. uses this eient as its primary
fundraiser for the Steinhatchee Community
Center and the community needs of Jena and
Steinhatchee. Last year the Projects Board in-
creased scholarships for area students from
$1.000 to S3.500. In addition, needed sports
equipment an irrigation well for Steinhatchee
School \were purchased by the Projects Board.
As a bonus, the Steinhatchee School PTO was
the recipient of donated fish and later spon-
sored a fish frn the next weekend. The School
PTO plans to continue %with the fish fr this
year so come early sharpen your fishing skills
before the tournament and caught some fish for
the kids.
The Communivr Projects Board is continu-
all, upgrading and enhancing the park with
benches and tables including three benches that
have been placed at the mouth of the river for
excellent iew ing of the sunset.

Summary of 2004 Tournament and Raffle
The 2004 Steinhatchee Fishing Tourna-
ment \was a great success \\ith more than 460
participants. The prize money for the tourna-
ment w ill remain the same this \ear but we \ ill


work to increase the number of raffle prizes.
Each year we search to get great items for the
"Captain's Bags" that fishermen receive at
weight-in and we will .continue that practice
this year, remember weight-in a fish and you
receive a Captain's Bag and you get your name
on the wall of fame.
With the help of Ms. Wanda Bostic at, Fid-'
dlers Restaurant led the businesses, in raffle
sales x ith over 1600, out of total 3300 tickets
sold. Last Near we riffled off almost sixty items
from lodging, restaurant gift certificates. cool-
ers filled % ith items to fishing equipment. This
year we w ill improve seating at the Communi-
it Center during tournament weight-in and the
raffle with the use of bleachers provided by the
school. The Projects Board is working to make
the 2005 Tournament bigger and better than
ever. Our goal is to have a fair. family friendly
tournament that all age groups can enjoy and
afford.

List of Contributors
Fiddler's Restaurant/Pelican Pointe Inn
and Sea Hag Marina %were verN generous and
offered lodging for next year's tournament to
some lucky drawing winners. Other members
of our community made generous cash contri-
butions to the tournament to defer expenses.
Contributors were Barnett Realty. Bay Breeze
Realt'. Citizens Bank of Perrn. Front Porch Re-
alr. Saw% grass Realty. Steinhatchee Ri'er Real-
ty. Wesrtwind Fish Camp and Motel. Stein-
hatchee Rivergate also donated T-shirts for the
captain's bags. Big Bend Marina of Perry was
also 'ery generous providing great raffle items
that any fisherman would lo\e to have.
We appreciate the support all the business-
es and organizations that provided items for our
raffle last Near.


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T6URHRNnIENT
..W!- -' -Sponsored by the SteinhatcheerProjects eoard .-..A .
March 12, 2005 7:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Weigh-in at the Steinhatchee Community Center
.. j,^. ,Entryy e: $25.00 per person
O ;T, 2, FFOR TiCHETS RHD iHFORMHITiON:
Bennetts TrueValue (High Springs)- (386) 454-1717
'' ". ^Boat House Lounge (352) 498-0060
F k Fiddler's Restaurant (352) 498-7427
kGustreamMarina& Motel- (352)498-8088
PIk K; Keiton Beach Marina (850) 578-2897
psI W Icy ^ MIeal Marina&Motel- (352)498-3877
V ;- Paces Cottages (352) 498-0061
River Haven"Marina & Motel -(352) 498-709
VSea Hag Marimna- (352) 498-3008
'' -*"' Steinhitchee Lounge- (352) 498-3332
Tackle Outlet & Gun Shop- (352) 498-5424
S. Westwiml Fish (amp & Motel- (352) 498-5254
S.. Woods Gull Breere-(352) 498-3948


Weigh-In Steinhatchee only
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The Florida Fish and %wildlife during non-hunting
Wildlife Conservation Corn- periods.
mission (FWCi \\ill meet at Modify specific are;
Edge%%ater Beach Resort in regulations for WNIAs in the
Panama City Beach on Feb. 2- Northwest, North central
4. Wednesday's (Feb. 2) agen- Northeast, Southwest anm
da is dominated by wildlife South regions. These regular
and fresh\\ater fisheries rule- tions cv'er a variety of issue:
making. The Commission including establishing, remov
will hold final public hearings ing or .changing hunting sea
on rules relating to hunting sons, bag limits, activities no
and wildlife issues that: related to taking fish o
Spoon of dee ildlfepssession of dog
or elk carcasses from areas and public or vehicular access
known to be infected with %within a W\MA.
chronic wasting disease Prohibit hunting on
(CWD) and make it illegal to portion of Lake Seminole ad
possess a CWD-infected car- jacent to a camping area.
cass. Allow. two existing pri
Establish new proce- \ate hunting preserves to con
dures for application, selec- finue limited mallard releases
tion and issuance of quota The Commission wil
hunt permits. andterless deer hold final public hearings o01
permits and special-opportu- proposed freshwater fishing
nity hunt pemirs. rules that would eliminate thi
Modify requirements for minimum length limit o01
issuance of antlerless deer black crappie on Lake Mon
permits issued for crop depre- roe. modify fishing regular
dation control on agricultural tons on Eglin Air Force Bas(
lands. WMA and establish guideline
Establish a spring turkey for the Fish and Wildlife Re
season in Holmes County. search Institute Grants Pro
Allow the lead managing gram and the State Wildlif
agency or landoN ner of a Grants Program.
wildlife management area The Commission will als'
(WMA) or wildlife and envi- hold final public hearings t
ronmental area (WEA) to is- modify numerous freshwate
sue access-related permits not fishing rules to regulate th
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g and the establishment and '
eration of aquaculture facil
a ties. The proposed chang
e are designed to consolida
and simplify Commissi
d rules and reduce duplicate
- of regulatory roles bet\v
s the FWC and the Departmi
of Agriculture and Consun(
- Services. 4
)t Staff will present a pri
r liminary report on the deei
s dog registration program an
s pro\ ide recommendations ic
increasing penalties for *"
a peated dog-hunting violation.
- The Commission w ill wrap u
Wednesday's meeting \vii
- review and discussion of4
- proposal to allow crossbo
. during archery and/or muzzl
1 loading gun seasons.
n Thursday's (Feb. 3) age
g da begins with a review \4
e discussion of a draft rule to r
n vise- the FWC imperile
- species listing process and a
- update on the comprehensive
e wildlife conservation strategy
s The proposed changes to ith
- imperiled species lisrin
- process would strengthen th
e current procedures by indoi
porating the latest criteria an
o guidelines developed by ith
o International Union for -th
'r Conservation of Natu
e (IUCN), providing IUf
h training for staff and involving
a biological review panel! i
the evaluation process.
STliursday's meeting als
will include.a review and di.
cussion of proposed change
to the Uniform Waterway
Markers in Florida rule.
Friday's (Feb. 4) agen
includes discussion of poss
ble changes to the agenda
planning process and an u
date on. the Wildlife Found'
..tion of Florida.
The meeting will begi
8:30 a.m. all three days.
Edgewater Beach Resort i
11212 Front Beach Rd.
nee.ings are open to the pl
lic. i. Any person requi
special accommodations
participate in this meet
shoI'dlid.vise .the agency
least tfie calendar days
fore the meeting by call
(850) 488-6411. Hearing-'
speecl-impaired persons iS
arrange assistance by cal .
(850) 488-9542.
You.can download ac
of the February meet
agenda and background
trials at MyFWC.com/cc
m i s s i o
commission .


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Have you ev
something that yo
back on and said
wish I'd done that
I'm going to go a
give you a chance
of those things. E'
mer, I make the n
walking bare-footec
back yard. Every y
up with a variety
poking or biting r
soles of my feet. B
my aversion to pai
been on a campaign
cate fire-ants and
from my back yard
to some extent, bee
ful. Unfortunately,
ways one little pl
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Agriculture News
Kevin Campbell
Madison County Extension Office

Burweed, or more accu-
ver done rately, spurweed, or even
)u looked more accurately Soliva
"Wow! I pterosperma, is a winter an-
sooner!"? nual. Therein lies the prob-
Lhead and lem. To refresh your memo-
to do one ries, plants that are classified
very sum- as annuals germinate, grow,
mistake of make seed and die all in one
d into my growing season. The plant is
year, I end a low (almost flat) growing
of things plant with purple (usually)
me in the flowers that bloom in early
because of spring. Ordinarily, a winter
in, I have annual wouldn't cause us too
n to eradi- much distress, but in this case
sandspurs it's that little part about mak-
and have, ing seed. The burweed makes
n success- a seed that has a spine that
there's al- looks and feels very much
ant that I like a single spine from a
lawn hbur- sandsnnr Walking on them


deal, but after the plant dies
and the seeds begin to dry
they will make even the best
of us say a few choice words.
The problem is that by that
late stage of the game the
plant that you want to get
even with is long gone, re-
member; it's an annual.
So, here's your chance to
say, "Wow! I wish I'd done
that sooner!" Go ahead and
scout your yard for a flat
growing green plant, to me it
looks somewhat like parsley,
but that's just my perception.
If you find some, hoe it out,
pull it up, or spray a labeled
herbicide (atrazine and 2,4-D
products are very effective)
over that area to kill this weed
before it goes to seed. This
will begin to, deplete the seed
bank that has become estab-
lished. You might as well
write it down on your calen-
dar to remind you to do. it
again next year too! If no-
bodv else thanks' vyou your


FLORIDA MARKETS


AT A GLANCE(
For the Week of January 20, 2005
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled 8,010 compared to last week 10,066 and
8,380 a year ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News Service:
Slaughter Cows and Bulls were 1.00 to 2.00 higher, Feeder Steers and Heifers were 1.00 to 3.00
higher.

Feeder Steers: Medium and Large Frame No. 1-2 -
200-300 lbs 160.00-190.00
300-400 lbs 125.00-175.00
400-500 lbs 112.00-134.00

Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs 130.00-170.00
300-400 lbs 111.00-140.00
400-500 lbs 100.00-118.00

Slaughter Cows: Lean: 85-90 percent
750-1200 lbs 45 00 -50.00

Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No. 1-2
1000-2100 lbs 58.00-67.007


weed. when they are green is no big feet will! N ti's Enen ies


Arbor Day Observed At January 14-20, 2005
ALACHUA COUNTY
Sty h lJan. 14, Officer Zachary Clark was on land patrol in the area
M adison County Excel Sc ol' of Grove Park Management Area when he observed a stuck
truck off a designated road. Clark subsequently helped pull the
-\'- -^ **, t subject's vehicle/freefrom the mud withhiswinch.'After the ve-
: _:: hicle was free from the mud,.the subject was issued a notice to
m. .appear for the possession: of less than 20 grams of cannabis.


ofy Students .of Ms. Annie Dean and Mr. Wayne Thomp-
i son's classes from the Madison County Excel School ob-
served Arbor Day by planting 2 redbud and 2 flowering
,dogwood trees. The trees, donated by Superior Trees, Inc.
w of Lee, FL will help to beautify the campus of the Excel
3i 'School. National Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Fri-
day in April, however, in Florida Arbor day is observed on
tmhe third Friday in January. (Photo by Bern Smith)
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HAMILTON COUNTY
Officers Arlo Rissman and Bryan Humphries were working
night hunting activity in Hamilton County. They observed a ve-
hicle work a light on several fields and clear cuts in northeast
Hamilton County. The vehicle was occupied by two males'and
two females, a spotlight and two rather expensive rifleand scope
combinations. The male subjects had the firearms in their per-
sonal possession and were issued citations for F.S. 372.99 viola-
tions. The female subjects were given written warnings for the
same violations. The firearms and light were seized as evidence.

LAFAYETTE COUNTY
Jan. 16, Officer Billy Giles responded to a complaint in-
volving three~hunters who were in possession of three freshly.
harvested doe deer, When Giles arrived at the residence of one
of the hunters, he found fresh blood on a tailgate of one of the
'suspect's'truc1ksiAfter a brief interview, two of the suspects took
|Giles to a cooler where a freshly harvested buck was hanging. A
closer examination'of theco6ler, found a doe deer hanging in-the
back corner. Theowner of the cooler was cited for possession of
doe deer out on season. Giles will be working with investiga-
tions to determine the location of the other deer.

LEVY COUNTY
Jan. 16, at approximately 8:30 p.m., Officer Sam Dishman
came upon two white male subjects smoking cannabis in their
vehicle. The subjects were driving through the camp; and
stopped to talk on their way out. As Dishman approached the
truck he could smell the distinct odor of burning cannabis emit-
ting from the passenger compartment of the truck. A subsequent
search of the vehicle revealed a half smoked joint of cannabis,
two glass smoking pipes, and a cigarette pack with miscella-
neous prescription drugs in it. The two occupants of 'the truck
were charged with the possession of cannabis and drug para-,
phernalia. Both suspects were issued notices to appear in court.


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January 28, 1955 Edition
/ Snowy, Sleet, Ice, Frost, Rain
Madison Countians were
treated to a variety of weather
... including a light snowfall in the
0 afternoon. The dainty flakes
j2 3 fell, along with sleet, for about
.. five minutes or a little longer, a
sight man)' people here never
before had experienced.
The snow and sleet then
ruined into rain again and that
night tops and windshields of
automobiles out in the open were covered with ice. The next
;morning ice was everywhere and one of the whitest frosts
ever seen on the ground and housetops.

To Graduate
Robert Grady Rowell of Madison received BS BA degree
at the University of Florida.

Advanced Rating
Wallace E. Wilson, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Wilson
of Cherry Lake. had been advanced in rate to machinist's
mate second class, USN while serving aboard the destroyer
Charles J. Badger.
Before entering the Navy in 1951, he attended Madison
High School and was employed by Setzer's Super Market.


January 29, 1965 Edition
On Merit List
William Christian Strupp.. Jr. of Greenville, was named to
kthe Merit List of Oxford College of Emory University for the
fall quarter of 1964.


Managers Frolic
Food Fair Managers in this district frolicked near Willis-
ton a couple of days at the Dixie Lilly Ranch. Wes Kelley,
Manager of Setzer's in Madison. a member of the group,
came home with turkey, ducks and pheasant which Mrs. Kel-
ley rucked into her home freezer.
Greenville Welcomes New Teacher
Miss Merrill from Orlando replaced Mrs. Tommy Greene.
Miss Merrill was a graduate from Florida State University
and was teaching Senior High English in Greenville. She was
rooming w ith Mrs. Ruth Reams.


January 31, 1975 Edition
Completes HAS Program
Six Madison County High School seniors completed the
required two-semester Health Service Aide (HAS) training
program at North Florida Junior College and were slated to
receive Certificates of Competency from the College's Occu-
pational Division.
"All six will be returning to MHS to complete their senior
)ear but two of them hope to increase their health service aide
experience on the work study program at MCMH," said Mrs.
Marlam H. Stephens, instructor. "Three hope to continue
their education in the field of nursing after they graduate from
MHS."
The six students, all from Madison., were: Edna Mae
Adams, Shelia Ann Fudge, Rutha Mae Hodge, Judy
Humphrey. Eula Jones and Marilyn NMedler.

Raye Wooley Models Attractive Outfit
Raye Wooley of Madison %\as pictured in the Valdos-
to Times modeling an attractive holiday cruise outfit. Red
pajamas of dacron and polyester, with separate top gath-
ered to a wide roll collar, and long sleeves, were features


of the costume.

Title Contender
Cheryl Burgess. Madison County's standard bearer ii
the annual Florida Junior Miss Pageant, had her banner
pinned on by Debbie Powell, Pensacola Visitor InformatioP
Center receptionist. Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and Mr&.
Rudolph Burgess of Madison was one of 28 outstanding
high school senior girls ho competed in the state finals i'i
Pensacola. -


February 1, 1985 Edition '
Madison County High School Wins Academic Bowl
Madison County High School\competed in the Nort
Florida Junior College Academic Bowl. Other schools co
peting were Hamilton County High, Suwannee High, Tayl
County High, and Aucilla Christian.
The participants from Madison County High were Pt
Cantey, Greg Gibson, Bailey Browning. Tommy Reeve,
Katherine Bibb, Crystal Scott. and Todd Moffses. Each
these participants received an individual trophy. a certifica
and a $50 scholarship to NFJC. A "First Place" trophy w0v
also presented to Madison County High. Mrs. Cheryl Lanm
accepted the trophy for the school.

Opened
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Walker opened their Bumper-t P
Bumper Auto Parts at 200 SE Rutledge in Madison, site of"
former convenience store.

Dean's List
John P. Maxwell of Madison, was among 317 students
Tallahassee Junior College named to the Dean's List for th
previous semester.


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Just The Bare Facts, Ma'am
Sometimes going undercover in Texas means no cover at
.11. Houston police, long thwarted in their campaign against
prostitution by an internal policy that barred officers fromre-
noving their clothes, have reaped results by shedding that oa-
vritten rule.
The change in tactics that allows vice squad officers to un-
Iress in pursuit of evidence is part of a crackdown on suspect-
-d brothels that advertise themselves as day spas, lingerie
modeling studios, massage parlors and "stress relief clinics."
Two investigations using the new rules have resulted in or-
anized crime charges against six business proprietors and
ozens of misdemeanor prostitution charges.
Police largely built their investigation through traditional
detective work, such as surveillance, but Harris County prose-
.utor Ted Wilson said the department's ability to pose as naked
Clients was particularly useful.
"It helped," Wilson said on Monday. "It's something they
pan do, if necessary, to gather sufficient evidence."
Knowing police were not allowed to disrobe meant sex
workers could ask customers to undress before propositioning
them to determine if a potential client was an undercover offi-
cer.
The series of arrests in November are seen as a signal that
Houston police have closed that loophole.

This Is A Stickup!
How About A Date?
Police say a man involved in the recent robbery of a
bomino's Pizza delivery woman would be a good candidate


'ior "World's Dumbest Criminal." '
Police say that after two men robbed the \ oman, one of
ihem called the victim on his cell phone to apologize and to
ask her out on a date.
The victim, 18, declined the request, instead giving the
.cell phone number to police, who arrested Brent Brown, 25, on
Thursday.
Police also arrested Andre Moore, 18, and were looking
for a 16-vear-.-,dJ linkkd to the crime. ,
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Officers searched a residence and found the pizza boxes in
the trash can with the original receipt still attached.
Brown and Moore were charged with second-degree rob-
bery.
Newspaper Advertising Is
Cheaper And Gets Better Results
A Web-page designer who auctioned off the use of his
forehead for advertising space is letting it go to his head.
Andrew Fischer, 20, of
-- .- Omaha, who put his fore-
S=E_. head for sale on eBay as
g : advertising space, received
$37,375 on Friday to adver-
tise the snoring remedy,
S SnoreStop.
S. Fischer will display the
SnoreStop logo on his fore-
~ head for one month.
S "I look forward to an en-
S. joyable association with
Andrew a man who clear-
S- ly has a head for business in
every sense of the word,"
SnoreStop CEO Christian
. de Rivel said.
"People will always
comment on something out
of the ordinary," Fischer said in his sales pitch. "People' like
weird."
But there were limits: He refused from the outset to be the'
conduit for any message or product deemed tasteless or unac-
ceptable in traditional advertising formats.

You Can't Sell Weapons On eBay
A British man trying to sell a deactivated Soviet-era mis-
sile on eBay was forced to delete it after Web site staff con-
tacted him for breaching company rules.
But eBay told Richard Moore, from Cambridgeshire, to
remove the missile because he broke eBay regulations by list-
ing it alongside its vehicle launcher, which should have ap-
peared as a separate item and not because it was a weapon.
The online auctioneer bans the sale of any ammunition,
replica guns or firearms on its sites.
Selling demilitarized missiles however iA acceptable, an
eBay spokesman said.
"There's a large market in demilitarized weaponry, and
they're classified as museum pieces," the spokesman said.-
The missile's fully operational launcher is still on offer, at
18,990 pounds ($35.o60).
"I guess anything \\ ith the word 'missile' in it is sensitive,
but as I keep saying to everyone, the minissile in question could-
n't cause any harm and is. literally just the shell," Moore told
Reuters.
On his eBay page; Moore describes the Zil 135 Free
Range Over Ground (FROG) rocket launcher as the "mother
of all toys."
"It's a hugely collectable piece of kit which should have


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been broken up so there's really not many of them around," he
said. Although the missile itself is no longer on eBay, he would
still sell it to interested parties.
But Moore stressed he was not an arms dealer just a Russ-
ian military vehicle specialist.
He bought both items two weeks ago from a specialist
company that provides vehicles for film production.

Don't Play That Song, Miss Jones
A New York radio station apologized on Monday for re-
peatedly airing a joke song that ridiculed victims of the recent
tsunami in South Asia and used racial slurs, saying the piece
was in poor taste.
New York FM radio station .WQHT, or HOT 97, ran: the
segment on its "Miss Jones in the Morning" show. The piece
used racial slurs to describe people swept away in the disaster,
made jokes about child slavery and people watching their
mothers die.
The hip-hop and R&B, station, known for. its "shock
jocks," apologized on its Web site, _.a> ing it, "regrets the air-
ing of material that made.light of a serious and tragic event.
We apologize to our listeners and anyone who was offended."
WQHT's program director and deejay Tarsha Nicole
Jones, who uses the on-air name Miss Jones, apologized on the
program and said the segment should not have been broadcast.
The piece drew wide criticism from Alban\ to New York's
City Hall, with many lawmakers calling on the U.S. Federal
Communications Commission to fine HOT 97.
"At a time when virtually the entire world has come to-
gether to help in the tsunami tragedy relief, employees of HOT
97 have come up with this song,". said New York State. As-
sembly member Jimmy Meng, a Democrat from Queens.. "We
are disgusted and demand immediate action by the FCC.
An FCC spokesman in Washington had no immediate
comment.
The piece was also denounced b\ the Washington-based
Council on American-Islamic Relations, which said it had re-
ceived calls from Muslims offended by the piece.
Station-o'l ner Emmis Communications Corp. Issued an
apology and said the seven-person staff of the show has
agreed to contribute one-week's pay each to tsunami-relief ef-
forts.
Four weeks after giant waves killed. as many as 234000
people across the Indian Qcean region, workers are: still
pulling hundreds of bodies from the mud and rubble each day
'and aid g'Otips say they are struggling to.reach isolated areas.
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Farm Bureau
Freddy Pitts or Jimmy King
Serving MNadison
& Jetffersoin Counties
503 W. Base St., Madison.
(850) 973-4071,
105 W. Anderson St., Monticello
S(850) 997-2213 s


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And Well Drilling, Inc.
Serving You With 2 Locations
610 Industrial Ave. 314 S. Range St.
Live Oak, FL Madison, FL
386-364-5360 850-973-8877
We Now Sell & Install Above-Ground Swimming Pools
We Also Have Pool Supplies
Mike Harris (Owner) Cell: (386) 590-0888
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New Li'ing Room set Suggested
hst $1400. sell sofa $275. ioveseat
$225, chair $1 "5 Set $625. Hard-
wood frames with lifetime warran-
ty. 850-222-9879.
Matress set; New king pillow-top
mattress and base. In original plas-
tic, factory warranty, $295. 850-
222-2113

Oak Firewood-

For Sale

850-570-3180

CHERRY SLEIGH BED. aull in
box, ne'er used. Sacrifice 295
85Q-222-7783
Leather Sofa suggested list $1400.
100% new, sell $500. 850-222-
7783
2003 Kubota Tractor
V M9000, 90HP, Utility Special, 146
hours, like new, cab with heating
& air conditioning.
S (850). 9292960

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

Dining room table, leaf and six
chairs, $600. Sofa server table,
$300. 850-222-2113
NEW QUEEN Pillowtop mattress
set, in factory plastic with warranty.
Can deliver. Must sell, $175. 850-
545-7112
BEDROOM SET- 6 PIECES,
NEW IN BOXES. Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night-
stand. $595. 850-222-9879..


New Holland Tractor
'01 TC40,. 4WD tractor with
loader, bucket and rake. 2200
Hours. $13,000. firm.
Call 850-973-6326
Please leave a message.


2 Mobile Homes fo4 Rent
(All) 2bd/lbth. $135. a week.
Utilities/Gas included,.
On Hwy 53 South.
Please call 850-570-0742

Cherry Lake Area
3bd/2bth House
livingroom, diningroom, large fam-
ily room with fireplace, outside
deck. acres on paved road 1 mile,
from Cherry Lake. 1 year lease.
$600 per month/ $600 security de-
posit. 971-51,52
Is.


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

Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior,
Handicap and Disabled. 1 & 2
bedrooms, HUD vouchers ac-
cepted Call 850-973-3786 TTY
Acs 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


c.9outhem VillasOf

C4adison ranrtiments

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


reenville Pointe

Apartments
1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal
Housing Opportunity

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 party-
ing. $250/month includes satellite
'and utilities.. 973-4073


Commercial Industrial
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Comer lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant, and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
S850-973-4141


Cleared land, Cit)y ater, City
.Gas; on paved County Camp
Road, ready for your MH or
house. $8,500, will finance with
$500. do% n and $125./month.
Call Chip Begg 850-973-41l16

Highgrove Subdivison
Hwy 14, Madison. Improved lots
x ith septic s tem. city water, gas,
and *electric "pole. Ready fdr'your
M!H. Site built houses welcome.
Owner financing. $1.500.00 down.
Easy terms. 997-4000.



Want to buy land in Madison and
Sumannee 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
Pioneer Excavating
S& Tractor Servicep
Land Clearing. Ponds. Stump Re-
mo\al, 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
with paved street access, 'city'
water, $14,500
McWilliams Realty
850-973-8614

Highgrove Subdivision Homes
Hwy 14, Madison. Owner fmanc-
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 bdrmi avail-'
able. Payments as low as $400.00
per month. Call 997-4000,




Help build log home
roofing, drywall, painting, insu-
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Pioneers 386-697-4824
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Madison Nursing Center
2481 W US 90, Madison, FL
Seeking Full Time/Part Time
RN's & LPN's,

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

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 which will consist,
of mowing, raking, weed eating,
edging, litter control and other
ground maintenance related activi-
ties. This position will also assist in
the overseeing of scheduled athlet-
ic leagues, tournaments and special
events. The individual will provide
routine scheduled preventative
maintenance as may be required for
related equipment and service vehi-
cles. The individual will, also fol-
low established guidelines 'for
worker safety A High School
Diploma is preferred. The employ-
ee must possess the ability and "ill-
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
week. The position will remain
open until filled. For additional in-
formation contact the Madison
County Parks & Recreation Depart-
ment at 973-4640. A completed
Madisonr County Employment Ap-
plication is' required. Madison
County is an equal opportunity em-
ployer and a Drug Free Workplace.
All applications must be submitted
to the following address by Friday,
January 28, 2005 by 5pm.
Madison County
Board of Commissioners
Attn: Heidi Hemanes
Courthouse Annex, Room 219
112 East Pinckney Street
P.O. Box 539
Madison, FL. 32341
850-973-3179


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Brick Ranch Style Home and 10+ Acres
Approx 4.5 miles East of Mayo on Hwy #27.
S Maiyo (Lafayette Co.) FL


Property #1: Approx. 5.13 acre lot w/paved road
Property #2: Approx. 2296 Sq Ft Brick home on
4.87+ acres 5BR/2B *Formal LR & DR Kitchen
Family Room Laundry Room Canning or
storage room. Paved road frontage
Property #1 & #2 will be offered iniduaUy and in combination


Avon Collectibles
Disney Collectibles
Vintage Toys
Sofa 1 o e Seat
Misc Furnmiture
Set of '47 "Spring Blo-om"'


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Antique Linens
Chenille Bedspreads
'50's Chrome table w/leaf
Misc Lamps
Misc Books
,Framed Pictures/drawings


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


Huddle House
Now hiring, Cooks & Sersers. 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.
N.F.C.C.
COUNSELOR, OPS needed at
North Florida Commurum College,
Madison, Fla. Grant funded, 28
hr/week. Coordinates College
Board Expanded Opportunity Pro-
gram 'and program for, improving
FCAT scores and SAT scores. Re-
quires AA/AS degree, experience
%\ or king %ithh at risk youth; coun-
seling or education experience. Ed-
ucation majors encouraged to ap-
ply. Strong organizational and in-
terpersonal skills, some eterungs
and weekend \%ork. Application at
".' v .nfcc.edu. Send complete ap-
plhcation packet of cover letter, re-
sume. application and transcripts
unofficial OKi to: HR Director.
NFCC, 1000 Turner Davis Drive,
Madison, FL 32340.
Deadline 1/28/05. EOE
Certified Nursing Assistants
for 180 bed skilled nursing facility
All shift, FT & PT,
Su%% annee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Street. SE
Live Oak, FL 32064
SEOE/D/MV/M
APALACHEE CENTER
Children's Case Mlanager #1830
Bachelor's degree %ith a maior in
counseling, social 'ork. ps cholo-
g\. nursing. special education,
health education, or related human
sen ices field + 1 year of experi-
ence working with children who
have serious emotional distur-
bances. Regular status rate: $13.30
per hour/excellent benelits-regular
straus rate or $15.90 per hour/no
benefits-temporary OPS status rate,
Mental Health Assistant OPS
#2249 (20 hours per week) High
School Diploma or its equivalent
prior psychiatric experience pre-
ferred. Valid Driver's license re-
quiere. Starting salary $6.12 per
hour For more information:
www.apalacheecenter.org.
(850)523-3217 or 1(800)226-2931
Apalachee Center, Inc.
Human Resources ,
2634-J Capital Circle N.E., Tal-
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR SMALL SCALE

AMENDMENT TO MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
FUTURE LAND USE MAP


The Madison County Planning & Zoning Board, acting as the Local Planning Agency, will
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E. PinckneI Street, Madison, Florida, on Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 5:30 p.m. or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, to consider recommendations to the Madison
Count) Board of Cpunty Commissioners in the following:


APPLICATION: A request by Mr. Roy Floyd for a small-scale amendment to the Madi-
son County Comprehensive Plan Future Land use Map for the purpose of reclassifying 6.32
acres from Agriculture 2 to Residential zoning.


'LOCATION OF PROPERTY: Section 2, Township 2 North, Range 9 East, Parcel
*f 3094. Located on State Road 53 North, approximately point one (.1) mile North East of
Garden Road.


IA copy of the application is available for inspection by the public during normal business
hours at the Board of County Commissioners, Administration Office, Room 219, Court-
house Anne. Madi.on. Florida (Phone: 850-973-3179).


All interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the above
referenced application. Any person wishing to appeal any decision made at the above ref-
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made.


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the internnon of the roan Council of the Tohn of
Greenille. Flonda. ps-asLnt to Section 116 041. Florida Statules, to consider the adopuon of a
proposed Ordinamnc- at tie regular meeting .:.f said Board to be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monda).
February 7.2005, at thie Greenville City Hall, 154 Old Mission Avenue, Greenville, Flonda. the
title to which is as follow, .

ORDINANCE NO. 229

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF GREENVILLE,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE GREENVILLE LAND "
DEVELOPMENT CODE BY AMENDING CHAPTER TWO
LANGUAGE AND DEFINITIONS; AMENDING CHAPTER
THREE-ADMINISTRATION OF CODE: AMENDING
CHAPTER FOUR-ZONING BY CREATING A NEW SECTION
4.9 REGULATING THE SITING OF V WIRELESS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES; PROVIDING FOR
PURPOSE AND LEGISLATIVE INTENT; PROVIDING FOR
DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR OVERALL POLICY AND
DESIRED GOAL S FOR "REL ES'q TFl ECOMItMNIC NATION .
FACILITIES; PROVIDING FOR LOCATION: PROVIDING
FOR SHARED USE; PRO' HIDING FOR HEIGHT, % ISIBILITN,
SECURITY, SIGNAGE, LOT SIZE AND SETBACKS;-
PRO%'IDING FOR RETENTION OF EXPERT %SSIST\NCE:
PROVIDING FOR EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
APPLICATION FEES; PROVIDING FOR INSPECTIONS;
PROVIDING FOR CERTIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR DEFAULT, REVOCATION.
AND/OR REMOVAL OF WIRELESS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES; PROVIDING FOR
ADHERENCE TO ST \TE \ND FEDERAL L.%%': PROVIDING
FOR CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

The proposed Ordinance |tma' be inspected by the public during normal buimnes hours at tre
office of tie Town Clerk m tihe To.rsi of Greenville. Flonda. n the Ciy Hall. 154 Old Mition
Avenue, Greenville. Flonda. All intereiiez parn, may appear at mte said meeung to be held on
February 7 2005. at 6-30 a.m aid be read with respect to the proposed Ordinance
IOU ILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY
If )c'u arc a person *.ilu a dliabdaly alho needs any accommod.auon in order to
participate in f in proceeding. )ou are enniled, at no cost to )ou. to the provision of cerrnri
assistance. Please ...:.ntact Cindy Huno. Ton Clerk. at Post Office Bo% 235. Greenmille. Florida
32331, telephone:(850)948-2251, at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date; if you are'
hearing ,sr 'toice impaired. .all 1-800-955-8771. : .
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MAKTTR CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING HE OR SHE ,TILL
NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT, FOR SIl.CH PURPOSE, HE OR
SHE LMAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT VERBATIM RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS
MADE. WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH
THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED


I DATED this 2b" ds of' Jviuary. A. D 2005.

. TOWNCCO
TOWN OF
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IN T HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD J
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION

,THE B .N K OF NEW YORK, ACTING SOLELY IN ITS
SCAPACI TV \S TRUSTEE FOR EQUICREDIT
,CORPORATION TRiST 20012, .
Plaintiff.
CASE NO


i'BE% ERLY BEVEL 1.UIK% %RD. i al,
I. Derendantissi.


DIVISION


IUNCIL OF
F GREENVILLE, FLORIDA

Cindu Huno
Clrlde Hult':',
Clerk


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA


002 4-462-CA


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

SNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclo-
\sure Sale dated January, 14, 2005 and entered in Case NO. 2004-462-CA of the Circuit
Court t of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County, Florida wherein THE
.BANK Or NEW YORK, ACTING SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR
IQUICREDI f CORPORATION TRUST 2001-2, is the Plaintiff and BEVERLY BEVEL
,~ii K WA RD; are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at EAST
DOOR OF THE MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on the 16th day of
TFebruan. 2105 the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment:
i LOT 19 AND 20, BLOCK "D", PLANT'S ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
MADISON, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF THE CL E R K OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

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WITNESSED MY HAND and the seal of this Court on Jan. 21, 2005

Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit Court


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