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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
    Main: Church
        Page 6
    Main: Outdoors
        Page 7
    Main: Sports
        Page 8
    Main: School
        Page 9
    Main continued
        Page 10
    Main: Nation & World News
        Page 11
    Main: Classifieds
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    Main: Legals
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Our 140th Year, Number 17


Friday, February 4, 2005


Madison, Florida 32340


County Commission Votes To Pursue Hiring County Manager


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Commission voted 4-1 to hire
a county manager at its
Wednesday, February 2, meet-
ing.
The move came after a
two-month russle o'er the po-
sition. At a meeting in Decem-
ber, which was advertised as a
workshop, the commission
voted unanimously-to hire a
county administrator.
'After word of the conim-
mission's actions %kas pub-
lished in the new spaper. the


commissioners reversed their
action by a 3-2 vote at the first
meeting in Januan At the sec-
ond meeting in January, no de-
cision could be reached by ei-
ther side. After a long and ex-
haustive discussion, the meet-
ing ended in a stalemate.
At the meeting held this
past. Wednesday, Jim Parrish.
%\ho was representing the
Small County Technical As-
sistance program. gave the
,board information about a new
job description that he had;,
come up with for the position
of counts manager.


The position will limit the
pow er that the manager w would
hn'e over other department
heads. This had been a sore
spot among some opponents,
of the position.
Commissioner Ronnie
Moore made a motion to ac-
cept Parrish's newi job descrip-
tion which %%ill be advertised
for 30 days. His motion was
seconded by Commissioner
Ricky Henderson. .
Commissioner Clyde
King, %oted against the mo-
tion.
Parnsh said that he felt


the advertisement for the posi-
tion should just be advertised
in the local newspaper and
professional new letters.
Parrish's suggestion was
passed with a 4-1 vote. King
was the dissenting vote once
again.
Moore suggested that the
Madison Count\ Detelop-
ment Council be the screening
committee for the job. Conm-
missioner Alfred Martin said
that he would like to be on the
committee.
"\Vhat if \ou ha\e 100 ap-
plications?" Moore asked.


"Are you going to read all of
them "--'. 7' -
If I have to." Martin
replied.
Moore made a motion to
allow, the MCDC to be the
screening committee. He in-
cluded in his motion that an\
commissioner could also be
on the committee. His motion
%%as seconded by Commis-
sioner Ro\ Ellis and passed 4-
I1 \with King toting against it.
It %\as noted that since the
MCDC is the screening com-
mittee, all meetings ill have
to be public.


Jim Parrisl presented a
ne% ,job description for
count) manager to the coun-
1% commission at their
\\ednesday meeting.


Get That Train Rollina


By Jacob BembrN
Gri ene Pibhtshini. Inc.
The count\ commission
has instructed its attorney to
% rite a letter to CSX to see
about putting a stop to trains
that stop at crossings and don't
mo\e for hours.
Commissioner Ronnie
Moore informed the board of
an incident in Green ille on
Tuesday evening. February 1.
He said that a train crew had
left j train p.iirkcd acr, .I one
ot the crossings.
Moore said that he had
contacted the CSX office in
Tallahassee. They had sent an
investigator to find \whN the
train w\as parked on the cross-
ing. The investigator told
Moore that the crew had


By Jacob Bembrn
GVreine Publislimg. Inc.
The Babe Ruth Base-
ball/Softball League will hold
sign-ups Saturday. February 5.
at the Madison County Court-
house. from 9 a.m. until 12
noon.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating must bring a birth
certificate. The registration fee
is $35 per child. There is a re-
duced fee if more than txvo
children register.
All people interested in
coaching should call Billy To-
lar at 948-5320 for informa-
tion.
Ift ou would d like informa-


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Becoming partly sunny
and breezy


tion on umpiring baseball
and/or softball games, please
call Donnie Bailey at 973-
4318 or Tommy Garner at
973-4640.


Clear and cold


County Commission

Approves Grant Application

. For Reverse 911 System


Ronnie Moore
worked for 12 hours and that
'..1 [. hc li -1t0 [il.', '. er ali-
lowed to work during the day.
Moore noted that the cre"
had not even tried to break the
train apart at the crossing and
that it remained there for an-
other four hours.
Please See Train. Page f4A


Eugene "Geno" Hayes. center, ends all speculation by
signing with Florida State University. His father, Eugene
Ha.es, and his mother, Ethelene Hayes. look on proudly.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembr,. February
2. 2005)


Four Cowboys Sign


College Scholarships


By Jacob BembrN
GiVreene Piublis/t,,n. Inc.
Brian Peacock. Brodenck
Blue and Charlie Graham
knew where they were going
to go to place college football.
No one had to suck their guts
in and hold their breath until
the\ felt they were going to
pass out. They knew \there
the\ %ere going to play col-
lege ball and. soon. everyone
else knew. too.
Eugene Hayes. however.
%%as a different story. No one
knew %%here he was going to
go play college football, and
they wouldn't find out an \-
time soon. They would hate to
wait for his mother to show
lup.
Head Coach Frankie Car-
roll. when prodded by this re-
porter., said that he had no idea
\ho Hayes would sign with.
"He told me Tennessee
this morning. At twelve o'-
clock, he said he %\as going to
sign with Florida State." Car-


3 Sections. 50 Pages


Annie's Mailbox............. 10A
Around Madison...........4-5A
Church........................... 6A
Classifieds....................... 12A
Community Calendar........ 8A
Feed & Game Chart..........7A
Jail Report....................... 3A
Legals............................. 13A
Nation & World..............11 A


O bituaries.........................5A
Outdoors...........................7A
Real Estate...........B Section
The Remote
Guide...................C Section
School............................. 9A
Sports............................... SA
Step Back In Time.......... 10A
W eather........................ 14A


roll said. "Not, it may be
Georgia."
NMan\ newspapers were
reporting that morning that
Hayes %would sign with Clem-
son University. He had earlier
given a %erbal commitment to
the University of Tennessee.
Hayes had a bag iith caps
from different universities
with him. He remained aloof.
not revealing to anyone "hat
his choice would be.
\\When Hayes' mother
showed up. they had to wait
some more.
Many of the people who-
had shown up for the signing
had already left. including
most of the students had left
school \w hen the last bell of the
day had rung.
Hayes came into the room
w ith his father and mother
and, to a room full of cheers,
announced that he was signing
with Florida State University.
"My heart told me to go to
Florida State so Ifollowted my
heart," Hayes said.
Peacock and Blue had
signed %with the University of
North Alabama earlier. Gra-
ham had signed with Florida
State, University, signing his
letter of intent with a flourish.
For more photos and in-
formatioin on the scholarships
signed by the four players, see
the Wednesday, February 9.
Al1adison Counnrt Carrier:


Vicki Brown. Program Coordinator for Emergency
Management. told the county commission about a new re-
verse 911 phone system at their Wednesday meeting. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembri. February 2. 2005)


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Vicki Bro"n. Program
Coordinator for Emergency
Management. appeared before
the Madison County Commis-
sion on WVednesday. February\
2. and asked for their approval
of an Office of Domestic Pre-
paredness/Florida Department

of Law Enforcement grant ap-


plication.
Brown explained that the
monies from the grant would
be used to help Madison
County get a reverse 911 svs-
tem. As an example. she said
that if there \\as a hazardous
materials spill or tornado in anf
area, the system would auto-
Please See Reverse 911. Page
14A


Commission Approves Funding

Applications For Proposed

Apartment Complex


By Jacob BembrN.
Greene Publishing. Inc.
The county commission
approved Florida Housing Fi-
nance Corporation application
forms for the proposed Ar-
bours of Madison apartment
complex at their Wednesday,
February 2. meeting.
County Commissioner
Roy Ellis questioned if it "as
possible to put anything at the
location chosen for the apart-
ments. They would be located
on Captain Brown Road, be-
tween the old Strain Poultry
facility and property owned by
Jack McLeod.
"We've pretty much been
told there's nothing else that
go on at that end of tow n." El-
lis said. .
Heidi Hemanes, adminis-
trative assistant to the board,.


said that Paula Arnold. former
county manager, had signed
off on the plans for the conmC
plex two ears ago. It was her
understanding and the und(e-
standing of Commission
Chairman Alfred Martin that
the Cit\ of Madison would
handle the infrastructure if the
owners annex into the cit\.
Commissioner Ricky
Henderson asked the deadline
for the application.
Hemanes reported that H
was the ne\( day. Thursday,
February 3.
Henderson said that he
would like to see more in\est-:
gation done before coninj
ahead with approving the ap-
plication foi funding.
Martin suggested that he
Please See Funding, Page
14A '


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The Ginger Jar
Ginger Jarvis
Colulfr""



A Free Ride For One Criminal

Should Apply To All Scofflaws
The idea seems like sound reasoning: we already have these
criminals among us, so we should lighten the laws that apply to
them. That way, they can operate in the daylight, and fewer cas-
es against them will clog up our already over-crowded court
dockets. The milk of human kindness, right?
Good thinking. What a boon that would be for prostitutes. If
we license them, they can operate on any street or avenue with-
out fear of arrest. Their customers could hire them without look-
ing over their shoulders for undercover cops. Judges could
spend their time on important crimes, like dealing drugs.
But wait. A law that goes easy on prostitutes should stretch
to include drug dealers, too. They are already here, so let's make
their lives easier. If we license the drug dealers, they can sell to
anybody who is already an addict, but not to new users. Or
something like that. Let the lawmakers work it out so the deal-
ers can ply their trade more freely. Such a law would, of course,
free up our courts even more, so judges could preside over real-
ly important case, like child molestation.
But wait. Why should those who prey on our children be
any less free than the drug dealers? Take away those silly re-
strictions about molester not living w within amnile of a child and
not hanging around schools and playgrounds. After all, the mo-
lesters are already among us, so.let's allow them some latitude.
As long as we're at it, let's soften the rules for burglars,
armed robbers,' muggers, drive-by shooters, and people who
murder their spouses for the insurance money. And even more
kindly'- let's strike off any previous crimes they may have com-
mitted and ignore the path they took to get to their present con-
dition of lawlessness. .
Don't you just love that idea? Well, you should. It's the plan
being offered by our illustrious president. George WV. Bush. and
by his almost-as-illustrious brother. Governor Jeb Bush. The\
sa% we should issue valid driver's licenses to illegal aliens. Their
reasoning is that the aliens are already here. so we should ease
their way to keep them from dri\ ing illegally. Like illegal dri-,
ving is the worst of their crimes.
Illegal aliens ha\ e already broken several state and federal
laws just by being in the United States. The' were smuggled
across our borders (that's illegal'i. they obtained fraudulent pa-
pers (that's illegal), they sneaked into jobs and housing w without
proper documentation (that's illegal), and often managed a spot
on some food or sponsorship list (that's illegal). But let's ignore
Small those infractions and give them driver's licenses so they can
operate freely around our country. After all, they are just looking
toi jobs, rIght.
6f course not. They are looking for' kffee "ride. And a way'
around the rules. If the\ wanted jobs. the would get in line like
the legal immigrants do. The\ would \\ait their turn and appear
here as law -abiding mendicants.
Illegal aliens manage to get together enough money (often
thousands of dollars) to-pay a smuggler to sneak them across
our borders. They don't need the money; they just want to milk
our systems. Their arrogance is an affront to every U.S. taxpay-
er and to every other immigrant who goes ,through the proper
process to arrive legally. The% should be taken to the nearest
border and driven across w ith a twenty -dollar bill in their pock-
ets.
Give them opportunities for legal immigration? Sure. Give
them driver's licenses to abet their law lessness? Never. Deport
them and plug tip the Sw\ iss cheese we call our borders. Let the
enforcement begin.




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To Hire Or


'Not To Hire
To hire or not to hire, that is the question. Oh, how we could
use some Shakespearean wisdom on hiring a county manager -
the burning question apparently on everyone's mind at the mo-
ment.
Many think the County Commissioners should do more
work themselves, even accusing them of working only one day
a month for big salaries.
What concerns me is not how much work my Commission-
er does, but how effective he is. It seems to me that the worst
thing about the whole issue is 'airing one's dirty linen in public'.
Stressing the fact that Madison County is among the very
top of Florida's poorest Counties and then asking new enterpris-
es to come here is like asking someone to dinner at your home
after telling that you are poverty stricken. Do you think he would
accept? And take food from: the mouths of your children? Un-
thinkable!
So when we constantly bemoan the fact that we are poor,
prospective businesses will pass us by, knowing that we can't af-
ford to feed them; that we have nothing to offer in incentives.
While our commissioners do govern the CountN. the\ need
someone skilled in the art of finding these enterprises, contact-
ing the right person or persons, and then having the 'people.
skills' necessary to bring them for a,. isit and the finesse to make
the sale. The selling of our County's opportunities is what a
County Manager should be able to do.
Even though the 'Towns of Madison County' good title for.
a book all have City Commissioners or Town Councils, they
also have town or city managers who, b\ the w aN. are accom-.
plishing wonderful things. I, being biased of course, think Lee's
ChenrI is tops.
Just look at the records of those managers. If you can then
say our county doesn't need one;, you're not on the same page
with many of us, including myself. Hire a county manger but.
carefully. The money will pro\e well spent.

Thelma Thoinpson
Lee Town Council




IF I HAD MY LIFE


TO LIVE OVER
1y Ev n ]. B,-mbeck -, w
(wirinen aftor skre'found dYi'ng from ca M
I would have gone to bed when I was sick instead of pre-
tending the earth \would go into a holding pattern if I weren't
there for the day.,
I would have burned the pink candle sculpted like a rose be-
fore it melted in storage.
I would have talked less and listened more.
I xould ha\e invited friends over to dinner e\en if the car-.
pet was stained, or the sofa faded.
I would have eaten the popcorn in the 'good' living room
and worried much less about the dirt when someone wanted to
light a fire in the fireplace.
I would have taken the time to listen to my grandfather ram-
ble about his youth.
I would have shared more of the responsibility carried by
my husband.
I would never have insisted the car windows be rolled up on
a summer day because my hair had just been teased.and sprayed.
I would ha\e sat on the lawt n \with my grass stains.
I would have cried and laughed less while watching televi-
sion and more while watching life ',
, I would never hate bought anything just because it was
practical. wouldn't show soil', or w.-as guaranteed to last a life-
time.
Instead of wishing away nine months of pregnancy, I'd have
cherished every moment and realized that the wonderment
growing inside me %\as the only chaiice in life to assist God in a
miracle.
When my kids kissed me impetuously. I would never ha\e
said, 'Later. Now go get %washed up for dinner." There %would
have been more "I lo\ e 3 ou's." More "I'm sorry's."
But mostly,. given another shot at life, I would seize every
minute...look at it and really see it .. live it .and never give it
back. Stop sweating the small stuff.
Don't w orn about who doesn't like you, who has more, or
who's doing what. ,
Instead, let's cherish the relationships we have with those
\who do love us. ,


Good, Clean Ftun

I had an enjoyable evening out w ith my family on Frida:,
January 21. It was my daddy's 69th birthday and I took him, my
brother, Danny. and my sister. Abbie. to see the Gaither Home-
coming concert in Tallahassee at the Civic Center.
I saw a number of people from Madison that evening,. in-
cluding Wilmer and Pauline Strickland, Gordie and Patricia
Bass,. Frank and Mary Ruiff. Fay e Ludwick, the Mabrys, Bonnie
Webb and Judy Webb. I even satw some of my friends from-
Su%%annee County and my daddy ran into his first cousin that
lives in Havana.
The concert lasted almost four hours. with about a 15-
minute intermission. Every range of Christian music onie can
imagine t\as represented. There was Southern gospel. black-
gospel, contemporarN Christian, Christian rock and the good
old-fashioned books that many church congregations find in
their "redback" hN mnals.
I laughed as Kevin Williams, the guitarist, filled in ad-
mirably as comic, relief for Mark Lowrey, the former baritone
singer in the Gaither Vocal Band. Low re\y has gone on to pursue
greener pastures. Who would prot ide the comedy ? Williams did
so, nicely.
Signature Sound evoked memories of the Cathedrals for a
number of people in attendance. Ernie Haas. leader of the group,
is the former-tenor singer for the Cathedral.. The four young
men kept the place rocking while they performed.
NMI time has been precious and I highly value it and guard
it since Mike Moore has left the newspaper. It's a busy life at the
newspaper, but also an exciting life. Thank God, I can take time
out to enjoy life in a manner, which glorifies Christ.
I'm looking forward to this weekend; also, and the good,
clean fun it offers! .. 1


Madison County Jail Report


1/26/05
Omar Bonilla Tejeda--Criminal reg-
istration sexual offender
Brittany Ann Carter--Fraudulent use
of a credit card, grand theft
Federico Ordonez Cruz--Attaching a
tag not assigned. no vdlid or expired dri-
vers license
1/27/05
Joseph Lawrence Summeralls--Out
of county N arrant
Albert Eugene Norris--Grand theft II
Robert Peden--Possession of a con-
trolled substance other than cocaine/mar-
ijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia
James Benjamin Ware--DWLSR or
cancelled. VOP circuit)
Renee Katrell Brown--Forgery, grand
theft HI. identity theft. unknown charge.


uttering a forgery
Kristie Lafaye Lane--DWLSR or
cancelled
1/28/05
Joe Edward Ousley, Jt.--VOP icoun-
ty.)
Robert Brown, Jr.--Contempt of
court (non-support), DWLSR or can-
celled
1/29/05
Nicholas Deshawn Cherry--Domes-
tic violence/battery .
Emmett Selester Lane--DWLSR or
cancelled, resisting an officer without vi-
olence, unauthorized use/possession of
drivers license, unknown charge
Arthur Ellis Haulk--Shoplifiting
1/30/05
Bobby Lee Murray, Jr.--DWLSR or


cancelled, no motor vehicle registration
Rebecca Lynn Schmidt--PeLit theft
Freddie Lee Lockwood--Contempt of
court (non-support) :..
David Matthew Malih-Leaving the
scene of an accident, unknown charge
1/31/05
James Bryant Houck--Burglary.
criminal mischief
Butch Brinson--Crimianl registration
Lonnie Lee Davis--Expired tag
Freddie Lee Lockwood- -Contempt of
court--Non-support
Tommy Lee Turner--Failure to ap-
pear (arraignment)
Kenny J. Penny--DWLSR or can-
celled
Simon Castro--No valid or expired
drivers license


Madison County

Extension Service
Diann Douglas
Columnist'


February 4th Is Wear Red Day
February 4th is a day to wear red in support of the move-
ment for women to take charge of heart health. It's National
Heart Month and this year the American Heart Association will
focus on raising awareness to the fact of heart disease in women.
Heart disease traditionally thought to be a man's disease, it is the
No. 1 killer of women.
In the past, many of the major cardiovascular research stud-
ies were conducted on men. Results of clinical studies under-
way may help clarify the gender differences that affect diagno-
sis and treatment of women with heart disease.
According to the AHA, both men and women may present
"classic',' chest pain that grips the chest and spreads to the shoul-
der, neck or arms. .But; often women ma\ have a greater ten-
dency to have atypical chest pain or to complain of abdominal
pain, difficulty breathing, nausea and unexplained fatigue.
These symptoms are oerlooked and often dismissed.
Knowing your numbers is an important part of keeping our
heart health\. The American Heart Association recommends the
following:
Total cholesterol -- Less than 200 ing/dl
LDL (bad) cholesterol
Lo%\ risk for heart disease less than 160tmg/dl
Intermediate risk for heart disease -- less than 130 mg/dl
High risk for heart disease less than 100 nig/dl
HDL (good) cholesterol -50 mg/dl or higher
Triglycerides Less than 150mg/dl
Blood pressure Less than 120/80 mmHg

Other recommendations to reduce our risk include daily
exercise, eating a balance diet, not smoking arid regular visits to
Nour doctor. Sinpe it is'National Heart Month all month long,
''e w ill. explore eating for health in future articles. For more in-
formation about National Heart Month eo the American Heart
Association's website at 1Wwx.americanheart.org
S-Tht University cf Florida Extensii'n -31adison County is an
Equal Emplo3 inent Oppornuniry .-ltfirnauii'e .-Action Employer
auitorized to provide r search, educational information and
other services only to individuals and institutions that function
without regard to race. colort:' s', aIe. hIandIicap or national ori-
gin.


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Friday, February 4, 2005


Reams' 2nd Annual Hot Chocolate Sale Was A Big Hit


Kelsi Reams' 2nd annual Hot Chocolate Sale was a another
big hit Saturday in Greenville despite the rainy weather. With
the help of her family she was able to raise over 1,650.00 for
cystic fibrosis research.
Donations are still coming in and she is confident her goal
of $2,000.00 will be met. Kelsi and her parents, Joe and Kathy
Reams, want to thank everyone for their generosity. Joe wants
to remind everyone that as charities go, the CFF leads the nation
in terms of efficiency, so people can be confident that their do-
nations go directly to research.
"This research is moving forward and showing results.
Funds are needed to keep it moving and every dollar counts. The
proof of that is that the CFF takes in more with small donations
that with large gifts. However if someone wanted to make a


large donation I'd be glad to assist them!" One donor was wait-
ing for Kelsi before she opened the stand with a $500.00 check.
The family was very moved by this generous donation. "I was
in tears," said Kathy "I didn't know what to say other than
'Thank You'."
The family would also like to thank Buddy Witmer for the
use of his realty office for the sale. If anyone would like to make
a donation they can make their check payable to Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation .(or CFF) and either drop it off at Witmer Realty in
Madison or send it to:

Kelsi Reams
418 Sand Dollar Way
Greenville, FL 32331


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.. Christiana Reams is pictured while holding a sign in
order to raise money for the cystic fibrosis foundation.
-Donations are still being accepted by Kelsi Reams, opera-
tor of the hot chocolate stand.




ACCURATE

HOME INSPEXIONS
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208 S. Range St. Madison, FL 32340
850-948-9951 Mobile: 850-566-1632


It was COLD outside. Pictured on the inside of r1itmer Realty, looking out and holding hot chocolate for sale signs. is
Chloe Reams (left) and Abb. Reams (right). Their older sister, Kelsi, holds this annual hot chocolate sale in order to raise
money for the cystic fibrosis foundation. in order to help her sister, Abby, who has the disease.


Interstate 10 Master Plan Project Corridor Study
District Two, Florida


Financial Project ID:213961-2


Three Segments


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PROJCT CORMDON LOCATiON MAP


The Florida Department of Transportation is conducting a study called. the Interstate 10 Master
Plan, designed to guide development of an'intermodal interstate system that will serve the mobility
needs of people and freight and foster economic growth and development, while minimizing
transportation-related fuel consumption and air pollution. FDOT will be hosting five (5) public
workshops to seek input from the public on future plans for I-10 from the Jefferson/Madison County
Line east to 1-295 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Project team members will be on hand to
share and explain alternatives for improvements to the interstate and interchanges, as well as answer
any questions regai-ding the study.
Beginning at 5:00 p.m. at each of the workshops. Department personnel with maps, drawings
and other pertinent information will be available to discuss the project, and to answer questions. Even
though the Department will not make a formal presentation, anyone desiring to make a i
comment/statement at this workshop willbe given the opportunity to do so at 7:00 p.m.


Tuesday, February 8, 2005
Quality Inn
US 90 & 1-75
Lake.City, FL

Thursday, February 10, 2005
City Hall Council Chambers
101 SE White Ave.
Live Oak, FL


Monday, February 14, 2005
N. FL. Community College
1000 Turner Davis Drive
Madison, FL .

Thursday, February 17, 2005
Baker County Middle School
211 E. Jonathan Street
Macclenny, FL


Tuesday, February 22, 2005'
Baldwin Middle-Senior High
291 Mill Street
Baldwin, FL


The project is being developed in compliance with Titles VI and VIII of the Civil Rights Act.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
disability or familial status. Anyone needing project or public workshop information or special
accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, should write to the address or call
the telephone number below. Special accommodation requests under the Americans with Disabilities
Act should be made at least seven (7) days prior to the workshop.
Your attendance at this Workshop is encouraged and any comments made are appreciated., If
you have any questions or comments please contact:

Suraya Z. Teeple, AICP, Florida Department of Transportation; District 2, Jacksonville Urban Office
S2250 Irene Street, Mail Station 2812, Jacksonville, FL 32204
(904) 360-5683: Suraya.teepleg@dot.state.fl.us


Selling hot chocolate has become a family) affair, in order
to raise money for the cystic fibrosis foundation. Pictured
left to right are: Savannah Reams. Emma Witmer, Kelsi
Reams, Christiana Reams and Shelby \\itmer (seated).

Betsy Wilson Sasnett

Honored By American

Society For


Clinical Pathology


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. tIc.
SBetsy Wilson Sasnett has
been recognized by the Amer-
ican Society for Clinical
Pathology, was the recipient of
this year's ASCP Regional As-
sociate Award for the South-
east Region. Sasnett works at
Archbold Memorial Hospital
in Thomasville, Ga. as a med-
ical technician.
The Regional Associate
Award recognizes ASCP Asso-
ciate members who promote
and enhance the field of labo-
ratory medicine through their
Contributions. Only one recip-
ient is recognized annually
from each of the eight regions
ASCP represents.
Each award recipient must
be actively engaged in o1e or
more of the following: labora-
tory operations, research ad-
ministration or education. Re-
cipients must have demon-
strated commitment to the pro-
fession through work and con-


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tinned service in: support, of
ASCP activities on a local lev-
el., ..
'Sasnett will be presented
with her. award at this \ ear's
CLMA/ASCP Think Lab '05
Conference and Exhibition, on
Saturday, March 5. !
Sasnett is the daughter of,
Bernard and Betty Jane Wil-,
.son of Madison'.


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AROUND MADISON COUNTY


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A


COMMJIi UN~ITY I'CALENDARI
Lnrc./Fug ui oiuI- i XAIILI4 'l. J1I--AUL


2005
**Education papaprofes-
sionals preparing for state exam-
ination can take free courses at
North Florida Community Col-
lege, Madison Campus, Bldg.
#7, Room #103. to review for
the test. General test reviews are
Thursday's, Feb. 3 and 10, 1-3
p.m. and reviews concentrating
on math skills are Saturdays,
Feb. 5 and 12, from 9 a.m. until
12 noon. Panicipants should at-
tend all four sessions. For infor-
mation, contact Enid Mazzone
@ 850-973-1637 or email maz-
zonee@nfcc.edu .onice eiinfcc.edu.
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 will be at Senior
Citizens Council of Madison for
a Presentation on the Impor-
tance of having Memory
Screening for Alzheimers @
10:30 a.m. Margie Tinney will
also be doing Osteoporosis
Screening in another room.
Public is welcome to our Mini
Health Fair.
February 8
St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
108 NW Horry St, Madison,
will hold Shrove Tuesday pan-
cake supper; 5:30 p.m. till 7:00
p.m. All are welcome. Dona-
tions will be accepted.
February 9
St. Mary's Episcopal Church


Carolyn Herring Tookes

Carolyn Herring Tookes. 51. a nati e of Madison who had
worked as a county clerk for the Madison County Judicial s.s--
tern, died Friday, January 21.
She is surNied by her husband of 22 \ears. Willie C.
Tookes. Sr. of Rochester. NY; a daughter. Anita Sha-v of St. Pe-
tersburg; a son, Willie C. Tookes. Jr. of Tallahassee: stepson,
Marcus Tookes of Buffalo. NY: three grandchildren. Alexis
Shaw, Alphonso Watson, and Nathaniel Ne\\ kirk: mother and
/stepfather, Reverend J.R. and Fibbie Swilley of Madison: nine
sisters, Diane Anderson of St. Petersburg. Gail Herring of Tal la-
hassee, Patricia Johnson of Madison, Sandra Moore of Jack-
sonville. Deborah Walker of Tampa. Pauline Tolbert of Ft.
Pierce, Lucille Beasley and Gw en Mitchell of Miami and Cindy
Sw illey of Maryland: four brothers. Fonza and Morris Herring.
both of St. Petersburg. Wilmer Herring of Madison, and Douglas
Sw illey of Tampa.
Funeral services were held Saturday, 1:00 p.m.. at St. James
Missionary Baptist Church. Madison with Reverend Charlie
Barfield officiating. Burial at Oakridge Cemetery.
Services entrusted to Cooks and Cooper Funeral Home,
Madison.


Martha Ann Corrie

Langfond
Martha Ann Corrie Langford. age 63. died Friday. Janu-
arny 28. 2005 in Madison. .
Funeral services %were Monday. January 31 at 3:00 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home Madison Chapel, Madison. The family re-
ceived friends at the Beggs Chapel one hour prior to the funer-
.al.
In lieu of flowers the family request that memorial contri-
butions be made to Big Bend Hospice. 1723 Nlahan Center
Blvd.. Tallahassee. Fla. 32308-5428.
She was born in Monticello and had lived in Madison since
1.961. She \ as the former ow ner of the.Yellow, Pine Restaurant
in Madison and a member of Faith Baptist Church in Madison.
She is survived by her husband. Shelton Langford of Madi-
son' 1 daughter. Twilla Lunsford of Siloama. Ark: and I son.
Robbie Roberts of Macon. Ga.

Louis "Ted" Coody
Louis "Ted" Cood'.. 62. died Monda\. January 31 in Madi-
son.
j Graveside funeral services were 2:00 p.m. Thursday. Febru-
art 3 at Redland Cemetery in Low ndes County. Ga. Fanily re-
ceived friends 6-8 p.m. Wednesday. FebruarN 2at Beggs Funer-
i al Home in Madison.
Ted \\as born in Valdosta, Ga. and li\ed most of his life in
Pinetta. He attended school and was a house parent at the Flori-
da School for the Deaf and Blind for 10 \ears. He %%as a mem-
ber of the Sons of the American Le2ion and w as a member of the
First Baptist Church of Pinetta.
He is sur.'ied by his mother. Doris Coody of Pinetta. 2
sons, Darron (and wife Jenniferi Coody of Greenville and Allen
Coody of Pinetta; an aunt, Edris Beceon of Clyattville; 6 grand-
children, J.D. Coody, Shane Coody, Gabrielle Lane, Nikki Har-
ris, Christy Holmes, and Morgan Bristol; 3 great grandchildren.
Juan Salinas. Robert Tucker. and Heather Bristol.
S. --. ,- ., .-.


Ash Wed. Euchanst and imposi-
tion of ashes at 5:30 p.m. All are
welcome.
February 10
Senior Citizens Council of
Madison will be doing Outreach


m our iviacison iNeignoornooa
Communities from 2:00 until
4:00 p.m.
February 12
"Pack the Church Program" at
New Hope Primitive Baptist


Isn't this weather capricious? Just like a woman! Even
though it was sometimes in the high forties and low fifties, the
dampness in the air felt like freezing to us. But we did get some
much needed rain, especially for the farmers.
Today we feature The Water'n Hole, one of the newer busi-
nesses in Lee, which is doing very well, manager Gary says. He
makes sure that his customers, who are mostly vets and mostly
local, get just what they're there for, good conversation w ith
people who share their interests over the beverage of their.
choice. For those who don't drink beer, he offers free coffee and
even keeps tomato juice on hand for one customer who prefers
that.
Everyone had a great time during the grand opening on Sat-
urday the 22nd enjoying free food, drink and karaoke. Gary says
so far he's had no trouble and intends to keep it that way.'Even
though he had permission to stay open til one a.m. on New%
Year's, he decided to close early. He wants the business to be an
asset to the town, not a liability. His aim is to make a little mon-
ey for himself, his employ er and' the tovy. n while furnishinig a,
congenial atmosphere for his customers. We u ish him w ell
Across the street, business is also good for Horse Tales and
for Harmon's Affordable Tree Service more on them later. Also
.Archie's %we stopped in Friday evening for some mullet and.
cheese grits and hardly found a place to park. It's great that
Wanda is doing so well perhaps that bubbly personality has a
lot to do with it.
Debbie Da\ is has been oni cloud nine for quite some time.
She and husband Thomas are building a loaely newv 2-storN
home near the one they are in now and she is so proud of it but
says it is taking former. The\ had thought the\ would be in by:
Christmas. And she is a new grandmother daughter Meliss-a
with husband Tony presented her with granddaughter Dakota
Denise Lamb on December 9th just in time for Christmas. Deb-
bie says she has really been blessed she and Thomas added one
hundred dollars to the Christmas decorating contest money the\
won and gave it to the fire department.
Bell's Used Cars business is apparently doing very well -
well enough for son Eddie to work in partnership with James..
Eddie has made his home here since retiring from the Air Force
last March. Eddie resides in the Faye Kervin house which he
bought and Jamies helped him to remodel it. So a eri\ late %wel-
'come 'home 'aid good Juck'toEddie.' .
The Lee Da\ Committee met Monday night at the Town
Hall. Present were Linda Hesketh. Chairperson: James and
Melissa McNicol; Mayor Ernestine Kmnse\: Town Manager
Cher I' Archambault; former Mayor Louis DeMotsis: Council
member Thelma Thompson; and new members Mr. and Mrs.
Brant Muller, Mrs. Eustace .Land and Joe Boyles, Madison
County Carrier Columnist. Also present was. effer descent new.
member Julie Combass who is in charge of 'the pageant for
2005.
Most of the meeting consisted of listening to Julie explain
her plans and x% hat she had already accomplished since accept-
ing that challenge. She was filled % ith enthusiasm and it was
contagious. We can't see bumps in the road discouraging her -
we see her as an asset. Another new member we believe will be
an asset is Joe Boyles who had quite a few\ good suggestions.
Absent members were DotDeMotsis and Joyce Rutherford
- who sent their regrets and Frances Mercer. on whom we can'
alhw a s depend anyway.
The Lee Town Council, in its regular month\ meeting on
Tuesday evening considered zoning changes scheduled 'for
Count\ Road 255. Decision was not to contest the special' ex-
ceptions clause since the proposed changes w ill have a positi% e
impact oni our community. :
On ihe issue of \ ailing liability for a church asking for part
time space in the old Lee School, the council felt that not only
unfair to other tenants but w would help to defeat their goal. ,w which


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most attended youth will receive
a honorable token of love from
our Pastor and youth depart-
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cUnULa 01 6. OGselia VYwIILLt
971-6908 or Sis. Angela Mc-
quay @ 973-3522.


is the use of the building as a business
incubator.
Increasing rentals for the present occupants.of the building
for 2005 was considered.but voted against.
The interlocal agreement with the county on surtax fees wvas
again considered and the agreement form signed.
The council was presented with a proclamation fromnithe
Red Cross whose representative discussed in some length i \\h
they were asking council to sign stating participation withlthe
Red Cross in a Disaster Resistance Program. After much ,dis-
cussion, council signed the proclamation w ith one abstention.
Council also agreed to buy picnic tables for the Ben iBair
park. The concession stand for the soccer field is finished f;nd
soccer can now be added to sports entertainment in Lee. ,
Jim VonRoden reported that the L\ FD members hate fin-
ished and passed their state mandated classes. Much applause to
them for keeping abreast of eer) thing and constantly Aw orl~ing
'to improve an already super department.
Please keep in Nour prayers the Archambault and Ker' in
families. Jennifer's new% baby became seriously) ill last weekend
as this is being written. is still in the hospital in Perry. Also
CherN l's father Joe is not doinl so well.
The Mike Register family has also seen some rough times
latel. A \ven close friend of the famiul. _Man Dietz x as _serious-
1y injured in an auto accident. We feel for the famtil.1 of Bradley
Thomas %%ho was also seriously hurt in that accident and isWtill
in the hospital undergoing numerous operations. Then Milch.ael
almost lost a finger \while at %work splitting wood
Gay Swift. ho tore his Achilles heel several weeks ago, is
still unable to return to work. Mike and Chery) really miss im
as do we all: Gay is indispensable. We hope to see him sbon
back at town hall.
Our belated sympathy to Janice & Leonard Miller. Janii.e's
mother. Kathleen Scott passed a%% a\ in Fonda. New Yor.k on
January 8th. Janice was away from her job in the town hal' for
2-1/2 weeks.
And our sincere sy mpathy to Sheldon Langford and his .nd
Martha's families on her recent passing. We remember Mattha
fondly during the years when she ran the Yellow Pine and also
as once a part of our family. She and our sister Helen were close
fnends..Helen also passed during.Chsnnas ot 2(,O03.
And now, an apology and congratulations.to Ernestine.Kin-
sey -%we had written that her last report from her doctor 0a35 not
a \ery' good one: however, the article %%as so late being printed.
she was fine b\ the time the paper came out. Result was. she., was
kept busy answering the concerns of her man\ friends. v, ho ei-
ther called or came by. Nlonday night. at the Lee Day\ meeting.
e\ en though she had a cold and cough and had to leave early) she
was happil\ bubbling over with the news that she is again can-
cer-free.And we are gladly passing on this good newl s '
We ourselves ha e been a little 'under the %weather lately
and. since we've taken a case of the sniffles today isn't that an
odd word we are going to say 'so long. stay warm and kell'
and curl up w ith a hot cup of tea and the paper. See \ou laier!



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CHURCH


Friday, February 4, 2005


"-tACK ClHUiR HG-ROGRAM"

when he is old, he will not depart frttom it, theftalent.The church with the mos-attelded
hSt ch Mary's Episcopal On Wednesday, February T(Pnrver 2:6 .... .th w, r- v a o
hurchShrove Tuesday pan- 9th, the Ash Wednesday Eu- ........ ....
'ike supper will be held on charist and imposition of ashes I
T i b ru a ry 8 th fro m 5 :3 0 u n til w ill b e a t 5 :3 0 p .m N B I#-Avw o .....i to........ 0. C ., ..
7,00 p.m. All are welcome both days! .


ByVicki Howerton


be $16.00 per person. V.S.U is known all over for


It's Valentine's month, and it's the month that its outstanding music and theatre productions."
we continue to focus on Love, Love, Love. We Please contact Sylvia Catron for reservations by S B ow l Par:t1. Set For SuniaiI.nrlay At-
celebrate God's love for each of us-his lambs Feb. 10th if you plan to attend
: hd our love for each other. In: Romans, 5:8 ( The Keenagers are invited to a beautifully ited M methodist Com m unit Center
S.V) we find God's unconditional love clearly catered Valentine's Dinner on Feb. 10th. It will
S expressed yet another time to us his own chil- be held in the Fellowship Hall. Please contact The Family Fun Zone Su- watch the Super Bowl on a,
den. It speaks the following words to us: But Tony and Frances Hugheyfor your reservations. per Bowl Party will be held 72-inch wide screen. That is
God commended his love toward us in that while Feb. 6th is the deadline for making your reserve Sunday, February 6, at the six feet ofSuperBowexcite-
we were yet sinners, Christ died for us! tions for this holiday delight. United Methodist Communi-
Reverend Lee FerDon, Rev. Brian Sander- he United Methodist Women will meetFeb ty Center, located o te cor- Hot dogs, drinksanga
s 'n, and Rev. Charlie Peck along with all the ruary 7, 2005, for their luncheon meeting in the *oilte Stre d time'snav. i .an e
-people of First United Methodist Church invite Fellowship Hall. At this time Loretta Bottomly Coflilly Ste S ta nd tm noacks
everyone to join us in experiencing God's love will speak to the group about Enright Flight Mim- he beins t 4 events in sted
S.fiough prayer, praise, worship as we all come istries which our church has supported with ,
together in gratitude for such a love as this in prayers and with other gifts for many years. y
which we live, move, and we have our being. Local C.P.A. Frank Ruff will be the speaker alcohol, plase. Springs United Methodist
: which wetlive,move, andt:hvej9r^ ./ wth peaefl
Reverend Alex Carmichel, President of the for the 55Plus Club which will meet February 9, Games, contests and door Churches.
Florida United Methodist Children's Home in 2005. Lee United Methodist Church will be prize will make the event a For more information,
Enterprise, Florida, has expressed his tremendous charge of the luncheon Mak your reservations great time for the community please call 973-6105.
: a preciation for the youth of our church who for this informative and entertaining occasion. to come together. The public is cordially in-
Swent to visit the Children's home before Christ- The meeting will be held at the Cooperative Min- Everyone is invited to vited to attend.


ade five hours to get there, but he also was so Frank will be speaking to this group about finan-
grateful for the adult volunteers who helped make cially related issues.
f.. for the adul volunteer who helpe make careatedissand ask forgiveness of our sins." We were blessed And a father's prayer as Preacher andStacy are
this trip possible. He expressed great joy in see- The Pine Tree Quilters (also known to many as Preacher and
4. Sunday as Preacher Philip Holbrook gave morning burdened over their Anna. And a father's and moth-
rig these children of faith being so interested in of us as the "quilting angels") invite everyone to message, "Why the cross?, preaching from I Cor. er's prayer for Jesse and Pryncess as th ie
Selling to meet the needs of other children. After their annual quilt show, and brunch on Saturday, 1:18. "T e fro the hospital and
touring the beautiful campus, enjoying lunch to- February 19th from 9:00 a.m. until noon at the ht
gether, and meeting several of the children who United Methodist Cooerative Ministries Center. thepower of God to salvation." We are to preach Je- Chamber Orchestra played "The Heart of Wor-
liVe there, the group met in the chapel where our You will not want to miss the delicious brunch or sus and Him crucified as He transforms our lives. ship." Chancel Choir sang "In the Beauty of Your
youth presented a check to the home for several the chance to see the many gorgeous quilts which' Beautiful white and pink arrangement was Holiness." Then Billy honored Preacher Holbrook's
.thousand dollars. Much of the money was raised have been lovingly made by these incredibly tal- placed in church Sunday by Jack and Betty McLeod request for hinm to smg, "People Need the Lord."
'b~' projects which they undertook. Special offer- ented ladies. in loving memory of their parents. Special prayers All of us do need the Lord. All of us need peo-
igis were also taken. Then they personally deliv- Please pray for the continued safety of our for them. One of my best Stetson friends, Gene ple too 1) in times of sadness and death -David and
ered this gift of God's love. The special people at troops. They are our heroes! They are trying to Carter, was from Dade City. He was ministerial stu- Iduma Smith and family in the death of her sister,
the Children's Home were very grateful and very help to bring "peace on earth," and they do need dent there along with Jack Shaw, one of our preach- Minnie Rice of Rae City, Ga.; also the family of
blessed to see children sharing God's love with our prayers daily! ers here, when I was. Gene married Pearl Sargent of Mrs. Martha Langford and all others, 2) in times of
other children in such a warm caring way. They Please come and share God's love with the Haverhill, Massachusetts, and he became a illness Jimmy Roebuck now in Capital Rehab in
-are truly instruments and inspiring examples of people- of First United Methodist Church in Methodist preacher serving several churches in' cen- Tallahassee; Sputter Ragans with knee surgery;
16d.s love, in action. ,Our own Billy Sullivan Madison' Florida. We have excellent sermons by: tral Florida. Their son, Bob, of Orlando just an-' Cathryn Carver with knee injury at home; oudr San-
res o ..the Board of, Directors- of the Florida our pastor. We also have great music! W. are swered my 'ast 'card to them that they' had _dra Shannon now at home; Sue Raines, Ethel Clark,
d nectdcut was with us there and she sang at our LouiseoCarr ll as they' ve' just celebrated fifty w -

Slocal church Our United Methodist Chil- sitions of choir director, organist; we often have Co cticut was with us there and she sang at our Louise Carro as they've just celebrated fifty wo
,i .; .- .q,s ;, ,,, wedding nearly fifty years agoq. : derful blessed years together (sorry to have missed -
<\ren's Home will be 100 years old in 2008. Our Chris on the electric guitar, wedding nearly fifty years ago. derful blessed years together (sorry to have missed
o:longagoDavdand aron Fnessang"A -it); toGeofillasTeacher or e Yearon Madison
-h.erch has consistently been a leading supporter er wonderful instruments and talented musicians Not lngago David and Sharon Fries sang "A it); to Geoff Hill as Teacher of the Yea of Madison
h rc a onisted MethodistC e a t Father's Prayer A Mother's Prayer" and a mother, County (and to his Robin, someone said); and all our
of the Florida United Methodist Children's home which they regularlybring in for many of our ser- 1 T -.------ ... ...








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Free Hunter Safety Frida r
CoursesOffered 'Frida Markets At A Glance


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is
offering free pre-spring turkey season hunter safety courses at the
following locations.
"Some are traditional classes and some are online courses. In-
terested hunters can check out www.MyFWC.com/huntered
or call the Lake City Re-
gional Office at 386-758-0525 for dates and times," said Steve
Robbins, Regional Hunter Safety Coordinator.

Traditional Courses:
Clay County: Feb. 8, 10, 15, 17 and 19 at the Agriculture
Center off Highway 16 in Green Cove Springs. Classes begin at 6
p.m. and all classes must be attended to complete the course.
Union County: Feb. 7, 8, 10 and 11 at the First Baptist
Church in Raiford. Classes begin at 6 p.m. The range date will be
determined later and will be held at Bradford Sporting Clays in
Graham.
Lafayette County: Feb. 12, and 13 at the Mayo Correctional
Institute on Highway 27, seven miles west of Mayo. Classes start
J at 8 a.m. and both classes must be attended.
Bradford County: Feb. 22, 24, March 1 and 3 in Starke at
the Bradford Vocational Technical Institute on Orange Street. The
range date will be determined. All classes must be attended to re-
ceive certification.,
Taylor County: Feb. 26 and 27 at the Taylor Correctional In-
stitute in Perry. Classes begin at 8 a.m. Both classes must be at-
tended.
Field Day Courses:
Duval County: Feb. 12 at the Jacksonville Gun Club, 12125
New Berlin Road or Feb. 19, at Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club,
9301 North Zambito Road. Class starts at 8 a.m. Students must
complete an Online or CD course prior to attending the field day
.and print out the final report and bring it to the class.
Gilchrist County: Feb. 19, at the Gilchrist CountN. Sheriff's
Range, Highway 129 between Trenton and Bell. Class starts at 8
a.m. Students must complete an Online or CD course prior to at-
. tending the field day and print out the final report and bring it to
the class. .
Alachua County: Feb. 26, at Beckwith's Pistol Range, High-
S 1a\ 441 in Micanopy.. Class starts at noon. Students must com-
plete an Online or CD course prior to attending the field da\ and
print out the final report and bring it to die class.
Baker County: Feb. 26 and March 6 at Term 's Huntin' and
Fishin,' Highay 90 at the Chevron Station in Nlacclenn\. Class
starts at 8 a.m. -You must attend both classes to receive certifica-
tion.

For the classes and dih field days, all children under the age
of 16 must be acc.oimpait d b\ an ahuli.
These classes.have limited space; therefore, students must
pre-register by calling the Lake City Office at (386) 758-0525.

Fresh Tomatoes Back In

Grocery Stores Nationwide
After Rebuilding and replanting follow ing the hurricanes,
Florida tomato farmers are back in business with, a plentiful,
high-quality crop.
SAfter three months, the wait is final I over. Connoisseurs of
salads, burgers and sandwiches can take heart in return of the
fresh Florida tomato.
Florida's devastating hurricane season whichh destroyed
tomatoes in the field and delayed planting of ne\\ crops had
contributed to a short-term shortage of fresh tomatoes in much
of the country. The situation was made worse by problems in
other tomato producing areas Iheav\ rams during the harvest
season in Cahfornia and continuing pest problem in Mexico). As
a result, many consumers saw empty tomato bins in their gro-
cery stores or restaurant menus. indication that tomatoes were
Sa ailable onlh bN special request or. in some cases, not at all.
But now, tomatoes are back. Retail grocery prices for toma-
toes, which had peaked at nearly\ $4 a pound in October and No-
vember, are returning to normal levels.
-'Florida Tomatoes are back in the marketing pipeline thanks
to the hard work and perse\ erance of our state's farmers," Flori-
da A,-ricultural Commissioner Charles H. Bronson said. "We en-
:'courage corporate buyers for grocer. chains and restaurants to
mo\ e swifil\ to help satish consumers' pent-'up deniand for ths
delicious and healthy product"
.An unprecedented four major hurricanes Charley. Frances.
t an and Jeanne battered Florida's farmers in August and Sep-
tember. leaving in their wake uprooted crops, flooded fields and
a mangled infrastructure. Man\ Florida tomato growers replant-
ed their crops; flooded fields after 'Charles and Frances only .to
be seeing them destroyed soon after by Jeanne. .
S"Florida's farmers have rebuilt, replanted and revived much
of our state's agriculture industry," Bronson said. "this is vital
Only for our state but for the entire nation, since Florida farmers
produce 80 percent of this country 's domestically grown 'egeta-
bles during the winter months."


For' I u n i k i d tiC
./ ^ ,if^ Amtii;ari ". 2'05
'', At the Florida Like-
1. stock .Auciions, receipt
Stotaled 5.943 compared to last
. e ''. Ieek 10 and 71030 a N ear ago.
!AccordinL to the Florida Feder-
al-Sitate Livestock Nlarket New\s
Sen ice: Slaughter Cows and Bullk
S\ere 1.1111 to 2.00 higher. Feeder
Steers and Heifers v.ere 1.00 to 3.0011
J hither


Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 Ilbs 165.00-190.00
300(-400 lbs 128.00-170.00
4-00-500 lbs 112.00-140.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-1300 lbs 130.00-170.00
3110-400) lbs 112.00-140.00
41.I-500( lbs 108.00-120.00

Slaughter Conis: Lean: 750-1200 lbs 85-90 percent 47.00-51.00

Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No. 1-2 1000-2100 lbs
60.00-69.00


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Meit Diei t.'wn or Lm Ent., iLr icW.

CITRULiS COUNTY
liinestiaitor Jiui Snuth %ajs tfolli min up on
illegal hunlin information in the Flhing Ea,!e
Wildlife lanagemenit Area and locA.ted a person
in a tree stand v. iih a .223 rifle The management 'f.
area generall gun season had ended Not 21. The
person \as cited foi possession of a gun in the
management area dri!ne closed season and at-
tempting to take wildlife during closed season.
COLUMBIA COUNTY
Jan 22, investigator .Ken Holmes investigated reports of a Co-
lumbia Count) resident ii poisession of a wolf. Holmes found that
the animal in question \"as a wolf and the owner did not ha\e the
proper permits or caging. The owner voluntarily relinquished the
animal and it was re-located to a permitted facility that could legal-
ly and safel% care for the anini:il. The owner had belie-ed the am-
mal to be a hN bride do,'/ ol f and legal'to own.
DIXIE COUNTY
Jan. 20, with the aerial support of Pilot Joe Johnston, two gun'
and light cases v.ere made Uithin one hour of each other. At 10
p.m., Johnston teamed up %ith Officer Mike Gu\ and observed a
light shining in the area of Ne\% Pine Landing near the Suwannee
River. Guj made contact with the subject and found him to be in
possession of a .30-06 rifle and a spotlight. Appro\minaiel one
hourtlater, Johnston teamed up with Officers Jeff Swan and Darby
Butler to arrest two subjects in a hunt club for unlawfully attempt-
ing to take deer at night with a gun and light. They were observed
shining for 4. IlK.. 1 .i "- ,,['iI .- ,, i, ,
LAFAYFETTE CO'O(NTYV 'u-.'jm '' *..
Jan. 21, Officer Br an Humphnes %worked night hunting in the'
Hatch Bend area At appro\imatel\ 10:30 p.m., a vehiclee ap--
pro.iched his position and began using a spotlight in -i seaiching
manner into SRWMD property. One adult male, one female arid a
.270-caliber rifle occupied the vehicle. The pair was issued cita-
tions for F.S. 372.99 violations. The firearm, and light were seized.
TAYLOR COUNTY '
Jan. 21, Officers Billy Giles and Matt Reynolds arrested two
subjects for attempting to take deer with a gun and light. The two


FWC Announces
Public Workshops
On Black Sea Bass
The, Florida Fish and'
wildlife e Conservationi Commis-
sion (FWC) has scheduled, two
public workshops regarding the
management of black sea bjas.
The Commission is seeking pub-
lic input on proposals regarding
black sea bass .trap-marking re-
quirements and an endorsement
to sell black sea bass.
The FWC encourages all in-
terested persons to participate at
the % orkshops. which v.ill take
place from 6-8 p.m. as follows:
Thursday. Feb. 10
Lni\ ersit\ of Florida. Wakulla
E\ten-ion Ortice ;
Room.- 1, 84 Cedar Ave.
Crawfordville
.rin\one requiring 'special
.ccominmoda ions 0o parucipate
in the ork.hops should ad\i'e
the agency at least five calendar
days before ihe workshopp b\
contacting the F\\ C coordinator
at iS5ii 48.s-641 1.


officers "ere stationed several miles apart
X 4 along U.S. 19. The\ watchedd a truck make se \-
eral slo\ U-turns and then heard a rile shot
come from the vehicle. The officers immnediate-
I1 stopped the vehiclee and located a freshly shot
.270 rifle. After a short inter e\. both subjects
confessed to shooting at a doe deer on the :ide
of the high\ a\. The officers \\ere unable to find
the deer the subjects shot at, but %\ere able to lo-
cate an embedded 270 round in a tree adjacent
.. to the shooting.

'"_-, Jan. 22. Lt. Bruce Cooper received a phone
call from an informant ad sing himn, of a possi-
ble poaching case. The subject stated he found
where a deer had been killed the night before and alsofound where
it had been dragged over a fence line.. Cooper and K-9 Officer
Leonaid BaileN responded to the sue v. th K-9 Budd\ imniediatel"
'picking up a track. After back-tiacking the drag marks for apprtx-
imately II mile, Bailey followed the sign into a yard As BaileN en-
tered the yard, two young boys looked at the officer and muttered.
"He found us." Cooper responded to the home and initiated an iL-
tern\ ie of the owner of the home. After a short interview, the father
admitted to poaching a doe deer the night before and had his older
son help him rr drag the deer back home. Bailey continued tracking in
the \icinit\ of the house and located the fresh carcass appro\i-
mately t mile away. The subject \%as cited for taking doe deer out
of season..
UNION COUNTY
Jan. 19, information \'.as recei\ ed from a Wildtife Alert tip in-
dicating that a Union Countn man %as taking deer with gun'and
light from public roads. The suspect was reportedly hunting from
his Cadillac. During the investigation, Investigators drove by the
suspect's homejust north o tf \VhingLtoii Spihds earl\ 'tlc niorn-
"ing'of ,Jain2.2:'rad saw a doe deer hanging'frdm'a-tree-in his \ard.
Subsequent investigation revealed another doe deer m a cooler in
the N ard. The suspect's Cadillac had fresh blood on the rear buniper.
After an interview% with F\VC in\esugators. the suspect gae a \w rit-
ten s\\orn statement admitting to taking both doe deer v. ith a gun
aind light from his Cadillac. One of the .deer had been shot that
morning on property leased to a Union Count\ Comniissioner. The
.22-magnum ritle. a Q-beam spotlight and to deer were seized.
The suspect was charged with two counts of taking deer \k i th gun
alnd light, a first-degree misdemeanor.


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Friday, February 4, 2005


iV Cowboys Lose To JV Jaguars


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc. Hii
SEast Gadsden High.
School's junior varsity played
the Madison County High
School JV Cowboys on Janu-
:tD 18 in Madison. The JV
guars won the game 60-52.
, The JV Cowboys had lost
0-the JV.Jaguars earlier by 35 points.
S"The\ brought the same team oxer to our
place and we were winning b It)10 at the half."
.aid JV Head Coach Eddie Richie.
East Gadsden began chipping away at the
Cow boys' lead and exentuallvy %on b\ S points.
"'We had some questionable calls go
against us in the second half." Richie said. "but
Sdid not take away from a hard-fought game."


Richie said that he was proud
I of the improvement of his
players on and off the court.
After both teams shook hands,
as the players were heading
back to the locker room, the
East Gadsen coach called his
players back on the floor to do
an immature celebration on
center .court. Most of the JV
Co%% boy s sho%% ed how well they were maturing
by walking back to the locker room instead of
retalianng
Tony Brow. n had his first double double of
the \ear. sconng 1 I points and grabbing 13 re-
bounds.
James Nlobley was 9 for 14 from the free
throw% line as he racked up 13 points.


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Academy Lady Panthers
beat the Corinth Christian Lady Warriors
31-17 in basketball action played at Colin
Kelly Gymnasium at the North Florida
Community College campus .on Thursday,
January 20.
The Lady Panthers led
5-4 at the end of the first
quarter and 9-6 at halftime.
At the end of the third
quarter, the Lady Panthers
led 16-11. They added 15
points in the fourth quarter
to pull aw ay with the \icto-


Lauren NMaultsb\ led
the Lad\ Panthers in scor-
ing with 10 points.
Karagan Hunter scored
6 points.
Taylor Bowen scored 4
points.
Ariel Blanton scored 3
points.
Brooke Bezick. Chelsea
Ste\ens and Kristen
O'Quinn scored 2 points
each for the Lady Panthers.
Randi Lyn Floyd and




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Emily Webb scored 1 point each for the
Lady Panthers.
Tabby Lansing was the leading scorer
for the Lady Warriors with 10 points.
Megan Driggers scored 3 points.
Tiffany Phillips scored 2 points for the
Lady Warriors. '


Andrea Abbolt, left. inbounds the pass to Alayna Ab-
bott for the Corinth Christian Lady Vcarriors against the
Madison Academy Lady Panthers. tGreene Publishing,
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NFCC Women's Basketball


Falls To Gulf Coast


The North Florida Community College Lady
Sentinels lost to undefeated Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College, the number one team in the nation.
Jan. 19 in Madison, 41-87.
"Gulf Coast forced us out of our offense and
doubled up on our tw1o scoring threats Ashley
Williams (Jackson\ille., FL) and Wikneka Gor-
such i(Adel, GAi." said Cl\de Alexander, NTCC
w omen's basketball coach. "We made them make
some mistakes but \e could not capitalize."
NFCC %women's basketball record is cur-
renth 7-12.
"We are having our best season in quite
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Wed Feb. 9 Tallahassee
Fri/Sat Feb.11/12 Pensacola
Wed Feb. 16 Chipola
Mon Feb. 21 Gulf Coast
Wed Feb. 23 Tallahassee
Sat Feb. 26 Pensacola


Lady Cowgirls
B\ Jacob Bembr\
Greene Publi shin. Inc.
The Madison County High
School Cowgirls beat the
Smi. nn.La d n h RIlldno< 61-


Thursday, February 17
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some ume." said Alexander. "Our goal is lo fin-
ish %%ith a winning record. Last night's loss was
no indicator as to how% far we have come as a
team.
The Lad% Sentinels are on the road through
the end of January. The next home game is Feb.
2 against Okaloosa-Walion at 5:30 p.m.. Colin P.
Kelly Gymnasium (NFCC campus Madison,
FL). All home games are free and open to th
public.
For more information visit Athletics a
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Brand Lady Bulldogs With Loss
47 in hoops action played Fri- inflated their lead to 46-28.
da.. January 28. in Live OCak. Shantrelle Turner led th
The Cowgirls led 30-22 at Cowgirls in scoring with I
the end of the first half. By the points. Ethel Ferguson score
third quarter. the Cowgirls had 12 points. Nicole Choice score
8 points. Ashley Hampton an
Britney Davis scored 7 poin
each. Natalie Akins and Christ
na Bonner dropped 5 point
each through the hoops. Koshi
s P well netted 2 points for tl
S* l *? eCowgirls..
S- a .- Hampton \\as the leading
rebounder, grabbing. 17 off dl
board. Akdns and Choice had I
P ii W Akins had 10. assists and
S1 l II steals. Ferguson had 5 steals f
I4 o i the Cowgirls.
S. Getoria' Clayton, .was ti
I leading scorer for the La(
Bulldogs and in the game wi
.L IPa24 points.
-n- The win improved. .tl
Cowgirls' record to 11-10
the year and 6:4 in Class 2-3
-The Lady Bulldogs dropped
S3-10 on the season and 3-7
I ---the district.


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ACA 7th grade Science Fair winners in Biology are (left
to right): Brian Sholte, 1st place; Brandon Dunbar, 2nd
place; and Samantha Roberts, 3rd place.


ACA 7th grade Science Fair winners in Chemistry are ACA 7th grade Science Fair winners in Physics are (left
(left to right): Dana Watt, 1st place; Jessica Hunt, 2nd place to right): Tiffany Brasington, 1st place; Seth Whitty, 2nd
and Jake Walker, 3rd place. place, and John Stephens, 3rd place.


By Jacob Bembry nered first place. Jessica Hunt finished in second place and .The eighth grade chemistry division, Rebekah Falk '. o'
Greene Publishing, Inc. Jake Walker finished in third place. top honors. Michaela 'Roccanti finished second and \Mattr
Aucilla Christian Academy held its annual science fair In the seventh grade physics division, Tiffany Brasington Bishop finished third.. .
on Wednesday, January 19. finished in first place. Seth Whitty earned second place hon- In the eighth grade chemnistt\ di\ vision. Nikki Kis,nior r
In the seventh grade biology division, Brian Sholte won ors. John Stephens. finished third. won first place. Olivia Sorenson and Miranda Wider had sec-
the biology division. Brandon Dunbar finished in second In the eighth grade biology division, Byron Love earned ond and third place honors bestow ed upon them. .
place and Samantha Roberts finished in third place. first place honors. Luke Witmer finished second and Savan- Congratulations to all of the winners!
In the seventh grade chemistry division, Dana Watt gar- na Williams finished third..


ACA 8th grade Science Fair wiinners in Biology are left
to right: Byron Love. 1st place: Luke %\itimer, 2nd place and
Savanna Williams, 3rd place.


ACA 8th grade Science Fair winners in Chemistry
areleft to right Rebekah Falk. 1st place: Nlichaela Roccanti,
2nd place and Matt Bishop. 3rd place.


ACA 8th grade Science Fair winners in Physics are eft
to right Nikki Kissamore. 1st place: Oli'ia Sorenserf. 2nd
place and Miranda Wider. 3rd place.


Madison County Central


School Honor Ro L


Principal's List-
3rd Grade:
Nicole Blair. Ashl. n Carroll.
.Kammeron Joseph. Kimber-
1\ Ross. Franeka Sharpe.
Charence \illiami '
3rd Grade
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Mary Bryan, Vincent Dimen-
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Quay, Kimberly-, Sapp,
Joshua Stafford, Jhiliah.
\\eatherspoon, Kamera
Woodruff, Trista Agner, Eryn
Alderman, Erron Bennett,
Christopher Cooks, Bre'Ko-
lia Denson, Charles Fulmer,
Jon'Quez Marine, Taylor
Sever, Ashley Walden
3rd Grade
B Honor Roll-
Alexis Hamilton, 'Ashley
Hebert. Da'Rell Jones.


Camille Robinson. Hannah
Smith, Angelia Urrabazo,
Tyler Belinski. Maiah Cason,
Joseph Chapman. Richard
Clay, Ryland Crumitie, Sky-
1pr Mathis, Lyric Mattair,
Brandon McFarland, Jason
Bennett, Jasmine Fayson,
Ivan. Johnson, Jaleel Lee,
Javarius Livingston, Jessica
McCarthy, Kimberly McCul-
lough, Sara Placzkowski,
Jlexis Porter, Antenee Tatum,
Serena Broomfield, Akaysha
Brown, Passiol'e
Carmichael, Dreshaun In-
gram, Anthony Miller, Ari-.
ana Moore, Taylor Reyna,,
Shayla Seabrooks, Iman
Taylor, Mercedes Weather-
spoon
Principals List-
4th Grade:
Dakeria Choice, Sage Dou-


The Madison Counti Retired Educators are
working togelier in full force making life bet-
ter for others and themselves. The\ aren't sit-'
ting on the porch rocking their da s at% ay.Just.
recently the Madison County Nursing Center
was the recipient of much Christmas jo\. Bags
and boxes were filled with gifts and delivered.
to the Center to be utilized by residents.
In 2005 the group will present its first
scholarship to a well deserving future educa-
tor.


Griffin. Dalton Hutcheson.
Ashley Killingswvorth, Chad
Oliver, Tarvis Peacock, Ja-
cob Robinson, Keeley Smith,
4th Grade
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Kendrick Brown, Cullen
Gudz
4th Grade
B Honor Roll:
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Davis, Quneisha Livingston,
Jamera Edwards. Steven
Glee, Trey Johnson, Larce-
dious Jones, Joseph Nelson,
Jimmy Weatherspoon,
Tamela Brinson, Loretta
Burnett, Stephen Foust,
William Howell, Marinna
Johnson, Jarmaquil Keeley,
Samesha Mapp, Jazanna
Reed, Ragan Stewart, Carisa
Thomas. Kenyatta Thomas,


This past summer the group went on a tour to
Moultrie, Georgia and visited the antique
shops, and complimentary\ of Mlr. Ronnie Rea-
gan. Other trips are planned for the near future.
The organization meets the first Wednesday. in
each month with the net'l1 elected president,
Rev. Ernest Washington. A speaker of interest
brings informative information tot the group.
To all retired educators, you are welcome
to join in and help make life better for others
and yourselves during your retirement years.


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February 4, 1955

Edition

Madison Wins
Madison High School bas-7
ketball team defeated Ma\ o at'
home 51 to 43 for Mayo's sec-
ond defeat of the season.
Luther Roth with 13, 'Billy
Bunker with 12 and Lamar
Tuten with 11 points paced the
winners.

Promotion
T-Sgr. Miles T. Morrison,
AF. had been promoted to 1st
;,Sergeant of Detachment !,
365th Photographic
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Base, Florida. Sgt. Morrison
spent the night At ith his mother
and fainil) en route from Or-
lando Air Force Base to Eglin
Air Force Base.

Gets MA Degree
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exercises at Florida State Uni-
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February 5, 1965

Edition


Lee Wins Again
In the preliminary contest
Lee Junior High's wonder r team
added another victory), to their
long. string, defeating the Val-
dosta B's 62 to 52. Kyle Hicks
led the Lee .boys with 31
points.


Makes Home
Donald Thomps
family made their hori
Yellow Pine Sub-D
They moved from Mo
He was the band lea
chorus director of I


High School.


Annual' Jaycee
Rattlesnake' Rodeo
The month of February
was designated by the Ja)cees
as their annual Rattlesnake
Rodeo. The program was de-
signed to help rid the county of
rattlesnakes.
The Jaycees were giving
cash prizes in the rodeo and in-
vited everyone to bring in your
dead snakes. $50 was to be
given to the person bringing in
the most rattlesnakes during the
month of February and.'$25
would be given .for the largest
rattlesnake.



February 7, 1975

Edition,

4-H Beef Club
X i AI- __ AJ.A -3 j 11- 2~


Members Attend Clinic
Here Forty 4-H Beef Club mem-
bers and parents attended a
in nand 'Grooming and Fitting Clinic at
ne in the
ision. the Madison County Agricul-
)nticello.tural Center.
der and Martin Nicely of Lake City
Mder and showed the 4-H'ers how to
Madison
properly groom and sho'k their


steers in preparation for the
1975 North Florida Livestock
Show and Sale to be held later
in the month.
Four beef club members
brought their steers to the Agri-'
cultural Center in order that
Mr. Nicely could demonstrate
how to properly clip and groom
different t Npes of steers.
The 4-H'ers that helped
with the clinic were Ray and
Jean Boothe, Mike Williams
and Nancy Cruce.

Graduates
Airman James E. Ellis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 0. Ellis of-
Madison, graduated at Shep-
pard AFB, Tex.. from the U.S.
Air Force Aircraft Mechanic
course conducted b\ Air Train-
ing Command.
Senior Master 'Sergeant,
Jesse A. Henderson, son or Mrs.
Martha', R. Henderson' of
Greenville, graduated from the
U.S. Air Force Senior Noncom-
missioned Officer Academy at
Gunter AFB, Ala.





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February 8, 198

Edition

81st Birthday
Celebration
Mr. Kater Burns \\as joined
by more than 60 friends and rel-
atives to celebrate his 81st
birthday. He was shoered
with gifts, money, love and best
wishes for the years to come.

Anniversary
Reception
The children and grandchil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Wayne Burnett honored them,
.\ ith a reception for their forty-
fifth wedding anniversary in the ,
First Baptist Church fellowship
hall. Madison..

County Backs
Library Drive V 2
The Madison County Corn-
mission elected to submit an ap-
plication for the new library.
construction. grant.
The commission
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"l Never Promised You
A Rose Garden POW!"
Country singer Lynn Anderson entered an innocent plea
through her attorney Friday on charges that she punched a police
officer after she was accused of swiping an unpaid-for DVD copy
of 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' from a grocery store
in Taos, New Mexico.
Anderson, who was arrested
Monday at the Smith's Food &
Drug Center, also received per-
mission from Taos County Magis- 4
trate Betty Martinez to seek med- A
ical treatment out of state.
Anderson's attorney, Brigitte
Ursula Lotze, waived Anderson's Ki.
arraignment. It had been sched-
uled for Friday morning.
Lotze said in a telephone in- "
terview later Friday that Anderson
deserves Taosenos' respect and
prayers. Lynn Anderson
prayers.
"Ms. Anderson is a loved and respected member of the Taos
community," Lotze said.
Martinez said during a news conference Friday morning in
her courtroom that a preliminary hearing of the allegations against
Anderson will take place within 60 days.
Anderson is facing two charges stemming from the arrest:
battery on a police officer, a fourth-degree felony, and resisting a
police officer, which is a misdemeanor. She is also facing a petty
misdemeanor on the ,hpl'ifing count, according to court docu-
ments.
The magistrate said she didn't know why Anderson was seek-
ing medical treatment.
Anderson appears bruised in a mug shot taken by Taos Police
on Monday.
She was charged with drunk driving in early December after
police in Denton, Texas, found her passed out in a car on the
shoulder of a highway. She was released on a $1,000 bond then.
,An editor at the Denton Record-Chronicle newspaper said earlier
this week that no resolution of Anderson's DWI charge has been
reported.
According to a statement of probable cause filed in Magis-
Strate Court by Taos police officer Virgil Vigil, Anderson used ob-
scenities when speaking to a Smith's employee while she was in
the presence of Vigil, who then advised her to calm down.
Anderson asked Vigil, "Do you know who I am?" .after re-
fusing to sign a citation for violation of an ordinance after Smith's
employees accused. her of taking the DVD, Vigil's probable-cause
statement said.
The citation is not an admission of guilt, according to the
statement filed by Vigil. However, refusing to sign it usually.
brings an arrest, which was true in Anderson's case, according to
Vigil's probable-cause statement.
Anderson allegedly balked several times when she was asked
to go to the police officer's vehicle, and when Vigil asked if she
was resisting arrest, "Ms. Anderson turned and punched me on my
left forearm."
Anderson is a Grammy winner for her 1970s hit "Rose Gar-

4 NAACP Refuses IRS Request For
Documents
Lawyers for the NAACP say their client will not supply doc-


TION & WORLD NE

uments the IRS has requested as part of an investigation into a po-
litical speech given last year by the group's chairman.
The lawyers claim the investigation is politically motivated.
The Internal Revenue Service is investigating whether a July
2004 speech by Julian Bond violates rules banning political
speeches by tax-exempt groups, according tb a letter from the law
firm Caplin & Drysdale.
Bond's remarks at the National Association for the Advance-
ment of Colored People's national convention were critical of
President Bush.
The IRS, citing a policy of confidentiality, refused Monday to
confirm or dispute the group's claim it is under investigation.
The NAACP revealed in October that it was being investigated.
In rejecting an IRS request, attorneys for the NAACP said,
"Mr. Bond criticized both political parties at points in his speech,"
and the comments were part of a "long-standing practice of advo-
cating positions in the interest of minorities."
In his speech, which came during the presidential campaign,
Bond said Republicans "appealed to the dark underside of Amer-
ican culture," and operate a perpetual-motion attack machine
and squeal like stuck pigs if you answer back."
In a January 27 letter to the IRS, lawyers for the Baltimore-
based civil rights group said that the agency has acted without
cause and that "the intention was to chill appropriate voter regis-
tration and get-out-the-vote efforts."
In a written statement obtained by CNN, Bond said, "We've
criticized, condemned and/or praised every president since
Theodore Roosevelt and we'll continue to speak truth to power."
Pipeline Explosion
Forces Evacuations
A gasoline pipeline exploded Tuesday morning, shooting.
flames and a huge plume of dark, oily, smoke into the sky and
forcing evacuations.
About 30 people were evacuated from nearby homes and
businesses, but there were no injuries or property damage report-
ed from the 6:30 a.m. explosion in South Whitehall Township,
Lehigh County, officials said.
"A super-dense black smoke covers the whole area. The sun
was out but then we couldn't see it anymore," said nearby resident
Deborah Costa, 52, who watched the fire through binoculars and
said the flames shot up 30 feet in the air.
The feed to the pipeline was turned off at a'valve in Malvern
and the fire was diminishing, but still active later Tuesday, said
Valerie Hildebeitel, a spokeswoman for the Lehigh County Emer-
gency Management Agency.
Exxon/Mobil, which operates the transmission pipeline, said
it did not immediately know the cause or size of the spill. Com-
pany spokesman Brian Dunphy declined to estimate how long the
fire would take to burn out.
The oily fumes, from the four-alarm blaze led area schools to
close their air intakes, but students were not being sent home, the
dispatcher said. People with respiratory ailments were advised to
stay indoors.
Emergency responders including firefighters, environmental
response teams and Exxon/Mobil officials were on the scene in
a semi-rural area.
The pipeline system carries petroleum products to customers
in Pennsylvania and northern New York, Exxon/Mobil said in a
statement. The explosion od'eired at the intersection ot the 8-lif'bfi
main pipelifie and a 6-inch offshobot that runs east iffto'AllentoWi"'
Dunphy said.
"We deeply regret the occurrence of the spill and fire and any
inconvenience it may cause local residents," Exxon/Mobil opera-


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tions manager John DuPre said in the statement.
Snoop Dog Sued
For 25 Million Dollars
Rap Artist Snoop Dog is being sued for $25 million by a
woman who claims she was raped by him and his entourage two
years ago.
Make-up artist Kylie Bell
says she was assaulted in 2003 af-
ter a taping of the Jimmy Kimmel
TV show.
Bell alleges she was served a
glass of champagne during a par-
ty in Snoop Dogg's dressing
room after the taping of the ABC
talk show.
She believes the champagne "
was spiked, because she was un-,
able to move or control her body Snoop Dog
after consuming the drink.
A spokesperson for the rapper said the allegations are "un-
true."
Snoop Dogg (Calvin Broadus) has not been charged by authori-
ties.
Before Bell's allegations, Snoop Dogg had filed a lawsuit
claiming to be the target of an extortion scheme by the woman.


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Dioting room table, leaf and six
chairs, $600. Sofa server table,
$300. 850-222-2113
.New Living Room set. Suggested
list$1400, sell sofa $275, loveseat.
$225, chair $175. Set $625. Hard-
wood frames with lifetime warran-
ty. 850-222-9879.


Wilkinson
a manufacturer of Fashion
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SALE
Factory Overruns and Sec-
onds Decorator print fab-
rics Comforter Sets-Bed-
spreads-Window Cover-
ings-Pillows. DecoratorV
Chairpads & Placemats
Saturday, February 5th
8a.m. 12 noon.
1701 W. Gordon St. Val-
dosta, GA. For Directions
1-800-633-2215
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BEDROOM SET- 6 PIECES,
NEW IN BOXES. Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night-
stand. $595. 850-222-9879.
CHERRY SLEIGH BED, atill in
box, never used. Sacrifice $295.
850-222-7783
Leather Sofa suggested list $1400.
100% new, sell $500. 850-222-
7783
Matress set; New king pillow-top
mattress and base. In original plas-
tic, factory warranty, $295. 850-
222-2113
NEW QUEEN Pillowtop mattress
set, in fajcor plastic withwarranty.
Can dehleNr NlMu sell, $175. 850-
545-7112




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Southern illas of

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HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
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200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340. Equal Housing Op-
portunity.

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


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
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


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


S2bd/2ba Lake Priviledges,
SLawn Maintenance, water in-
cluded. One Year Lease $700
monthl$700 Dep. 850-973-
3025


YOKR HOME

Is YOUR CASTLE


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






WE BUY LAND! Quick cash clos-
ings at market value. We are local-
ly owned and operated and will re-
spond promptly. Avoid the hassles
and delay, sell us your land today. 5
acres to 1000 acres needed now!
Madison, Hamilton and Suwannee
Counties. All enquiries are confi-
dential. Chip Beggs, Ivy Financial
corp., 850-973-4116
i Cleared land, City water, City
Gas, on paved County Camp.
Road, ready for your MH or
house. $8,500, will finance with
$500. down and $125./month..
Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116


Commercial
Industrial
Property
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
850-973-4141

Highgrove Subdivison
Hwy 14, Madison. Improved lots
with septic system, city water, gas,
and electric pole. Ready for your
M.H. Site built houses welcome.
Owner financing. $1,500.00 down.
Easy terms. 997-4000.





/;: vl450sAcreT .bn;;i.o i
Residential Loti ..1
with paved street access, city
water, $14,500
McWilliams Realty
850-973-8614

Florida Boy
Wants To Come Home!!
Looking for approx./5 acres, rural,
mature oaks. No Realtors.
Pledse Call: 810-733-9945.
Email: brianjlow @comcast.nel
Highgro% e Subdivision Homes
H%% 14, Madison. Owner financ-
ing. Easy Terms. If' you have a
itead\ job and a 10% down pay-
ment you can choose your own in-
terior and exterior colors. Front
porch included. 2/3 bdrm avail-
able. Payments as low as $400.00
per month. Call 997-4000.




DRIVER WANTED
Flat Bed
850-929-4908
or,
229-630-1939

Forest Ranger
Are you a high schoorgraduate
or .:qui\ talent and at least 18 years
of age' ..
Are you a non-tobacco user?
Do you have good moral charac-
ter?
* Are you a fast learner?
" Can you take directions?
" Are you free of felony convic-
tions?
IF SO, then you may be eligible for
a rewarding and exciting career
with the Florida 'Division of
Foreslr '
Some of the duties and responsibil-
ities are: Fire Suppression, Fire
. Prevention/Information, Fire De-
tection, Fire Mitigation, State For-
est Management, Cooperative
Forestry Assistance and Prescribed
Fire.
We have one Forest Ranger posi-
tion to fill. Applicants must apply
on-line through myflorida.com. Po-
sition should be available the week
of January 31st through February
4th. For more information call the
number below.
Division of Forestry
2229 S. SR. 53 HWY
Madison, FL. 32340
Attn: Forest Area Supervisor Roger
Gill, 850-973-5100 or 850-973-
5181
Nutritional Manager
Senior Citizens Council of Madi-
son County, Inc. is now accepting
applications for Nutritional Manag-
er. High School Diploma/GED, ex-
perience in food service, sanitation,


. Food Services certificate, must be
able to complete required reports,
iaentor\. and some experience in
management.
Applicants need to apply in person
at the Madison Senior Citizens
Council at 400 SW Rutledge Street,
Madison, Florida.


Certified Nursing Assistants
for 180 bed skilled nursing facility
All shifts FT & PT
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E Helvenston Street, SE
Live Oak, FL 32064
EOE/D/M/V/M
Advent Christian Vil-
lage
FT Electrician
or A/C Technician

High school diploma or equivalent
desired.Applicable Florida license
as required. Competitive Benefits
include health, dental, life, disabil-
ity, sayings, supplemental AFLAC'
insurance; 403b retirement ac-
count; access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel Of-
fice Monday through Friday
from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or
fax resume/credentials to (386)
658-5160.
EOE / Drug-Free Workplace
Criminal background checks re-
quired
APALACHEE CENTER
Children's Case Manager #1830
Bachelor's degree with a major in
counseling, social work, psycholo-
gy, nursing, special education,
health education, or related human
services field + 1 year of experi-
ence working' with children who
have serious emotional distur-
bances. Regular status rate: $13.30
per hour/excellent benefits-regular
status rate or $1.5.90 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-
lahassee, FL.
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check. An Equal Op-
portunity Affirmative Actionk
Employer. Drug Free Workplace.

Typesetter-
Receptionist-
. (, Office Manager-
(1)
Nec., & Pleasant Personality a
must! Must have a good work
record and clear command of the
English language. Accuracy
wanted along with computer ex-
perience, maturity and depend-
ability, ability to type 40wpm
and to work well with others.
Apply in. person at:
Greene Publishing, Inc.,
HWY 53 South
in Madison.

Intake Coordinator/Aide
Needed Full-time for busy out-
patient physical therapy clinic in
Madison. FL. Good Customer
service skills, ability to multi-
task. Previous medical experi-
ence helpful, but not required.
Send resume attention:
HR Manger
P.O. Box 13269
Tallahassee, FL 32317-3269
or fax to
850-219-1521




Need a sitter/caregiver? for
elderly, ill, or child with a
handicap. call 253-3894

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free estimates
NO JOB TOO SNIALL
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The first step is to decide when the sale will take
place. Take advantage of other neighborhood
events when there may be more traffic than
usual, School and church functions and even
other garage sales make good options. A
neighborhood block sales a great way to attract
lots of shoppers-and everyone can share in the
advertising expense. Be sure to extend the hours
of a weekday garage sale into the evening so
people.who work until 5 p.m. will have a chance
to stop by and browse.
The next step is planning the advertisements.
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hundreds of interested shoppers.
Here are some tips for successful ads:
*Begin with a catchy headline. .
a List major items to be sold and their prices,
Be honest and don't leave out valuable
information.
*Be brief and complete.
Include address, phone number, days and
hours of the sale.
You'll also want to place ads on bulletin boards
at local grocery stores. Make directional and yard
signs to help shoppers find you easily. These
signs can also attract passers-by who didn't see
your classified ads.


The next item to be planned is the physical
arrangement of your sale. Set aside plenty of time
to set up the tables and merchandise racks. Make
an alternate plan for bad weather, and make sure
all items can be seen. Card tables and boards
should be used to display merchandise so buyers
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shoppers must be able to move around easily.
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and plan adequate parking for the sale. You might
even want to post parking signs if necessary.
The following helpful hints will make your
garage sale more profitable:
Pricing and inventory control should
be planned,
Price your items low because your shoppers
will be true bargain hunters!
SClearly mark the prices.
Post a sign if you will not accept personal
checks,
Make sure you have enough change,
Keep track of your inventory with a ledger
and list each item along with its.price.
Successful garage sales require adequate
planning. When your 'closets are empty and your
p. s. -h ll 'i hIl i ll u I r ie rll l


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


Property #1: Approx. 5.13 acre lot w/paved road
Properly #2: Approx. 2296 Sq Ft Brick home on
4.87+ acres 5BR/2B *Formal LR & DR Kitchent
Family Room Laundry Room Canning or
storage room. Paved road frontage
Property #1 & #2 ,M be offered i,,fdviv lly and in combination
Avon Collectibles Antique Linens
Disney Collectibles Chenille Bedspreads
Vintage Toys '50's Chrome table w/leaf
Sofa/Love Seat Misc Lamps
Misc Furniture Misc Books
Set of '47 "Spring Blossom" FramedPictures/drawings :
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Notice of Bid
Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration is seeking bids for a Scale Software Package. Soft-
ware must be a configurable database and weigh screen, ticketing, ticket edit maintenance,
standard reporting, and report generator, bi-directional data exchange system with invoic-
ing module. Questions concerning bids can be answered at Landfill office, telephone num-
ber 850-948-4875. Bids must be in by Feb 10th, 2005 at 10:00 a.m.
2/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
THE BANK OF NEW YORK, ACTING SOLELY IN ITS
CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR EQUICREDIT
CORPORATION TRUST 2001-2,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2004-462-CA
vs. DIVISION


BEVERLY BEVEL AUKWARD, et al,
Defendant(s).


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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE 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 of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County, Florida wherein THE
BANK OF NEW YORK, ACTING SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR
EQUICREDIT CORPORATION TRUST 2001-2, is the Plaintiff and BEVERLY BEVEL
AUKWARD; 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
February, 2005 the following described prolierty as set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 19 AND 20, BLOCK "D", PLANT'S ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
MADISON, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 507 Moore Street, Madison, FL. 32344
WITNESSED MY HAND and the seal of this Court on Jan. 21, 2005
Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit Court


By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


1/28. 2/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
M %DISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN RE: ESTATE OF
HARRIET CLARK HOLMGAARD
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 2005-CP-004


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the;estate of HARRIET CLARK HOLMGAARD, deceased, File
Number 2005-CP-004, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Pro-
bate Di'ision. the address of whichh is Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida
32340. The names and .ddrsts AM ihe personal reprts.nLitie- and thet personal represen-
tatihe's attorn3 are set forth below .
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is served who have objections that challenge the validity
of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative, venue or juris diction of this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTH AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three months after the date of
the first publication of this notice must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
)LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
1-HIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF .% COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons ha% ing claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file Iheir claims with this Court \I1THIN THREE NMONTHS AFTER
THE DArTE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
.ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS \ND OBJEC I ONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of first publication is February 4, 2005.
Personal Representative Attorney for the
HARRIET CHERNENKOFF Personal Representative
9525 Liberty Tree Lane THOMAS E. STONE
Vienna, VA 22182 P.O. Box 292
Madison, Florida 32341
Telephone: 850-973-6560
Fla. Bar No. 212490'
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SMoore said that it had hampered, business. He noted that
lumber trucks. w which usually cross at that point, had to dri e into
Green% ille and then go dow n a road that they aren't allowed on
to-eti to the mill.
.Commission Chairman Alfred Martin said that he'd had
siniilar problems on Captain Brow n Road. He said that he'd had
to-Rait -45 minutes for the train to be moved.
7Bailey Browning. who was filling in for count) attorney
Ton Reetes. said that he'd had similar problems at the same
stretch of track that Martin mentioned.
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.:CS ,about the trains. .

.1" eVerse 911 Cont'd rrom Page IA
mt4ically phone everyone, within a miles-w ide radius of the spill
or he tornado. She noted that pagers would also be called, as
walj as cell phones and fax machines. It even has the capability
tolail e'ernone in the area.
. ..:'.We currently don't have the ability to let everyone know
j immediately about such a problem." Brown commented.
.The reverse 911 system is compatible w ith the current set-
u p'It, should be in effect by the summer. Brown noted.
',There are no matching monies required for the grant.
Comrrussioner Clyde King made a motion to approve the
_gr.t application. It was seconded by Commissioner Roy Ellis
anfpassed unammously.


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ca= om Moffses, Madison City Manager, so he could come
a ridiscuss the issue u\ith the board. Martin called for a ten-
mi ute recess,. so NMoffses could gei to the meeting.
l.Ihen the meeting reconvened, Moffses informed the board
th; the city of Madison does hae the infrastructure to provide
S .the 72-unit apartment com-
H b nplex %hat it needs. He said
that it is his understanding that
Nhthey will annex into the city
once the funding is approved.
Commissioner Rick\ Hen-
I FI derson's motion to grant the
CAL approval of the funding appli-
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