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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 2005
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        Page A 1
    Section A: Main: Viewpoints
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
    Section A: Main: Around Madison County
        Page A 4
        Page A 5
        Page A 6
        Page A 7
        Page A 8
        Page A 9
    Section A: Main: Church
        Page A 10
    Section A: Main: Madison County History
        Page A 11
    Section A: Main continued
        Page A 12
    Section B: Community
        Page B 1
    Section B: Community: School
        Page B 2
    Section B: Community: Sports
        Page B 3
    Section B: Community: Outdoors
        Page B 4
    Section B: Community: Farm
        Page B 5
    Section B: Community continued
        Page B 6
        Page B 7
    Section B: Community: Classifieds
        Page B 8
    Section B: Community: Legals
        Page B 9
        Page B 10
Full Text



PDS Spotlight...

Adult Day Training
Page 4A
Swww.greenepublishing.coml


Madison County History...

A History Of Blue Springs
Page 11A


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Labor Day Weekend
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)iOur 140th Year. Number 52


NFCCTo

Purchase

New Land
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Bill Hunter, Human Re-
sources Di- 3L
rector, for.
. North Flori- C
da Commu-
nity College,
asked the
NFCC Board 0m
of Trustees
to purchase three houses adja-
Please see NFCC, Page 2A

School

Board

Approves

Personnel

Changes
B. Jacob Bembrn
Grectie Publishing. Inc.
The Madison County
School Board approved per-
sofinel changes at its Tuesd i;,
August 16. mi.eling.
Geraldine Wildgoose was
recommended as an assistant
principal at Madison County
Central School.
Amanda K. Schuerman.
Rachel Poppell. Donn Smith
and Teresa Rutherford were
recommended as instructors at
Madison County High School.
Please see School. Page 2A
Hamburg-
Lovett VFD
Hosts 23rd
Annual
Peanut Boil


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
The Hambur,-Lovett Vol-
unteer Fire Department will
host its 23rd Annual Peanut
B1,il on Saturda'., August 27.
beginning at 5 p.m.
You are cordially invited
to join them for a chicken and
rice supper a\ ailable for $5 a
plate, a cake auction and all
the free peanuts you can eat.
Anyone wishing to pre-or -
der a bushel of peanuts may
call 948-8781 or 948-4353.
It Is Sign-Up
Time For
Dave Galbraith
Footb I '




-J
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
With football season
rapidly approaching, young-
sters ages seven to. thirteen
Please see Galbraith. Page 3A


Friday, August 26, 2005


Madison, Florida 32340


DI olkin andW1IO (I Tear W ing ow ..O. IR


New Face Coming T


Demolition equipment is shon at thlie scene of the old Kinsey Sen ice Station in Madison. The service station was demolished to make room for con-
structiun of the new Madison Counitl Conmmunily lBank building. A house %ill be moed on riunda,, '..igust 29. The remaining structures on the proper-
ty, which are also set for demolition, are the old Sto'ne Fox Restaurant, the Probation and Parole Office. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore,
August 24, 20051
B\ Mike Moore Several weeks ago the storage tanks from an old County Community Bank are slated to be placed on
Green Pubhlshing. Inc. ser% ice station \ ere dug up and removed. Early this the property.
The changes keep coming for a city block in week, the old station itself %\as transformed into a Remaining structures on the property are the
do%%nto%%n Madison. The area is on Base Street pile of rubble. Probation and Parole Office of the Florida Depart-
across from the Madison Countr Courthouse. A newN building and parking lot for Madison Please see City Block, Page 3A


Woman Injured In Crash


Lee Volunteer Firefighter Reese Thomas leads Madison County ENIS as they take
Ebony D. Booker to the ambulance. Booker was injured in a crash on 1-10. (Photo Courtesy
of Action Photography. August 16. 20051


B\ Jacob Bembrn
Griene Publishing. Inc.
A woman suffered minor
injuries in a one- vehicle crash
on Tuesday, August 16, on In-
terstate 10, six miles south of
Lee,
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, Ebony
D. Booker,. 21, of Jack-
sonville, was westbound on I-
10 in the outside lane, when
the right rear tire tread separat-
ed from the tire, causing
Booker to lose control of her
2003 Ford.
Booker traveled into the;
median / of 1-10 and struck


three small pine trees., with the
front and right side of her te-
hicle. The Ford came to a final
rest, facing west in the median


of I-10 against the trees.
FHP Trooper William T.
Grubbs was the investigating
officer.


Headlines

SIn Review a
"Joy Food Store Robbed." Au-
o a gust 17, 2005. Madison County Car- if
bI rier. No suspects have been found et e t
merin the armed robbery, \\ which occurred H id
SMondae. August 15. According to ir
Si Madison Police Chief Rick Da\ is. D Tp -
S there hae been 30-50 separate rob-
S beries in North Florida and South Rick Davis. Wh
I' Georgia that meet the same method of Madison
SCt operation used in the Madison rob- Police Chiief r
bery. Davis said that he has been in contact with nu-
A merous other agencies about the robberies. He said Wh
[ that he doesn't know if there's a local connection in-
solving the robberies. If anyone has any information a
Son the crime, please call the Madison Police Depart-
I met at935 "Citizens Upset Over Proposed w
S Coal-Fired Power Plant'" August 12,
hi 2005. Madison Enterprise-Recorder.
A group of approximately 70 citizens I


I presented a petition bearing over 1,000
signatures to the Madison County Conm-
I mission on August 17. Lenord Bembry
and Rudy Harnrick attended a press
Please see Headlhiep Review, Page 3A
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INDE Yor mdisn Cunt Wethe


3 Sections. 36 Pages


Annie's Mailbox........... ..7B
Around Madison..........4-6A
Church....................... 10A
Classifieds........... ...... 8B
Comm. Calendar............5A
Jail Report......................3A
Madison County
History.....................A...11A


Legals............... .............9B
Obituaries.......................5A
Outdoors.......................-5B
The Remote
Guide.............. :....C Section
School.............................12B
Sports........... .............. 3B
Viewpoints........ .... 2-3A


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VIEWPOINTS


Friday, August 26, 2005


Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper.


Sold Out To The Lowest Bidder


Wal-mart, of course, is the leader of the pack. After. all, they
ARE the richest corporation in the world. However, it seems like
every item I purchase from anywhere is from "Chipantaico".
Where is that you ask? China, Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, etc., etc.,
etc., anywhere other than here, the good ole' U.S.A.
I know that the average consumer probably never stops to
think about that, but now stop and think! If it's coming from some-
where 'over there', who is getting paid to build it?' Your neighbor?
My neighbor? You? I don't think so! We are all buying our jobs
right out of the country by patronizing the very places that sell
.overseas products! How long has it been since you saw "Made in
America"?
Is there a solution? Yes and no. Ours is a nation of poor and
down trodden. How does a family of four making $20,000.00 a
year, afford to buy anything else but foreign products? It's cheap,
available, and.handy. You bet those people can't afford to go any-
. where else for their needs but Wal-mart, and Wal-mart knows it,
and so do the many other multi-conglomerate giants. The cheap la-
bor and very minimal, if any, working standards lure, the greedy
companies to press forward for the almighty dollar in search of
cheaper labor and materials overseas. It does not matter who gets
chewed up and spit out along the way. Who gets che% ed up' The
very people you see greeting you with a smile; a shopping cart and
a minimum wage paycheck in their pocket. Pretty soon, Chipain-
taico will manufacture an ALL automated system for self checkout.
It's being done on a small scale already and' it's growing. Pretty
scary! Get your own cart now and, oh yeah, look out for all the
.- -"



,,Jacob Bembr





God Blesses


Me Abundantly

I have a full list of talent for the Saturday, September 3,
event at Gospel Blast 2005. God works in wondrous, ways. In the
past, I've desperately searched for folks % killing to help at Gospel
-Blast. This year. God has blessed Gospel Blast abundantly.
.*Ahlist of the.tale.n. frGoopel!Bla-t includes: the McCormick
Family, the Miracle Singers, the Ne%% Hope Primitive Baprtist
Church choir, the New Zion Men's Choir, Samantha and Nancy
Hall, Tania Williams, Gena Plain and Sheri Littleton (the Stokes
Sisters), the Lee, First Baptist Praise and Worship Team, Ever-'
lasting Arms, Danny Bembry, Bill Maher, Rev. Doyle Glass, Rev.
Rich Quackenbush, Melissa Goins, Dan Williams, Alexis Stal-
naker and others. .
A number of folks have also agreed to help me emcee the
si g, including George Pridgeon. Jim Taylor, Bart Alford, Kenny
Hall, Tania Williams. Jeff Baile'. and Tim Sanders.
A special addition to this year'. Gospel Blast 2005 will.be
the Friday night sing at.Lee Worship Center on September 2.
Funds from Friday's sing will benefit that church's building fund.
Funds from the Saturday sing and the end of summer foesti al will
benefit ICAN, Inc., a not-for-profit Christian minisint.
This year's Saturday event will feature a cakewalk, train
rides, and other things for children and for ee orN one It promises
to be a fun day.
Gospel Blast will begin Friday e ening. September 2. at 7
p.m. at Lee Worship Center. A free meal will include smoked
pork, vegetables, dessert and drink.
The Saturday e\ eni begins at 9 a.m. I hope to see you at both
of them.
May God bless you! Have a great week and a beautiful for-
ever! /


people in the .street! They are all out of work because their jobs
were all sold to the "Lowest Bidder" oversees! Manufacturing jobs
'today, service jobs tomorrow!
Maybe some, or hey, why not all of the jobs ending abroad,
people shredding, revenue losing, tax free corporate giants could
pay their fair share back to their country, Now there's a rare con-
cept! A fair share from the top to keep the bottom propped up so
the 'backbone' (middle class hard working families),doesn't crum-
ble. There in lies the answer. It's called "trickle up". How.do we,
achieve this?, hmmm....VOTE! Voice ,our opinion' Demand to be
heard! We have all seen what happens when we are crushed from
the bottom up. "Trickle down" doesn't work.
Now we know we have to be able to buy good and products to
survive and we can't boycott every store that sells overseas mer-
chandise, but, what if the audaciously wealthy companies actually
put their 2 cents worth in the pot? Maybe then w\e could afford to
live with their global market places. After all, the) are reaping the
benefits of cheap labor and materials and the resulting products that
we are forced to buy. Wal-mart's profit last year.was a whopping
$10,000,000,000.00. That's 10 billion, with a capital "B". dollars.
profit. They are making a killing! How much o that do \ ou think
will end up in your.local economy? Absolutely none! N.laybe we
could 'live'if we could make a 'living w our coffers, as a nation, to care for our poor and need\, paid for by
those who can afford it. the middle cla\s %working stiff could catch,
their breath! \Ve would spend it if \we has it to spend. but the back-
bone of this country seems to foot the bill for all the rest. It is tin-
just' When Wal-mart and the like, mno\e into. especially small
.communities, before long. there are no longer any "mom and pop'
establishments. There go the fair paying Jobs that ha\e supported
our families and neighborhoods for decades if not longer There go
the smiles except for the under paid greeter with the shopping cart
\who':'s wondering how he/she can afford thdie light bill this month.
If \ou are going to profit from creating unemployment in our
country, you should have to pay for that pnrviledge and pa\ your
fair share to help keep our heads above water. The working class
has more than paid it's fair share and then some. If something
doesn't give soon, we v.ill become a nation of hungry. homeless
masses with the "few" \-'ealth~looking "dow n" on us.
We say "get out, get regis ed. get your neighbors registered,
and vote"! Don't give up' Do-,.i be "Sold Out to the Lowest Bid-
der"! Don't allow Wal-mart tdd in the beauty that "IS" Madison!
Your voice will be heard!

John and Deborah Bearry...
Concerned Americans'


Enough AlreacL

I wish to join Mike Moore isn't this Florida State Semi-
nole hoopla ridiculous? Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't the
Seminoles proud of the fact that Florida State chose their tribe -
with its Indian brave galloping onto the battlefield, casting' his"
weapon into the ground in an act of defiance to any-who dared
invade his territory as. its team mascot and even adopting the
tribal name? Both the Seminole tribe and the Florida State
Seminoles originated in Flonrda and each has helped the other.
gain global fame. So why\ don't those again ridicilou's peo-
ple. w ho are always trying to find fault and make trouble for,
everyone else, leave both Seminole tribes alone? Because of
jealousy -'if we can't be famous they haven't earned it!, then
we rumble someone else from his pedestal'. Enough already.
(Thanks, Mike.) .
Spealkng of ridiculous, hoaw about both the hospital brouha-
ha and the reemere'ence of the French affair? Now that Bob
Pugh has accomplished the before impossible task of bringing
the hospital from bankruptcy to solvency. the board of directors
or at least some of them are envisioning their dream of a
hugh. expensive building coming-true by plunging themselves
back and e\en more deeply in debt. It is my opinion that,
Pugh \would ne\er ha\ e agreed to this, therefore he must go.


even if by hook and by crook. .
T .helma Thompson


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Daisies To Fingerprinting Planners:
Darts To Hospital Board
Nice daisies to our school board for planning in a budget.
item to pa' for fingerprinting. Many employees are unable to
bear that extra expense, and volunteers and mentors should not
have to pay $61 for fingerprinting in the face of all they give to
help students. Good move. y'all.
Heart-shaped bouquets of daisies to tho,;e volunteers and
mentors. Your \alue is far beyond measure. More daisies to
e erybody "who has crape myrtles in their yards and along the
road\ ay s. What an uplifting vision these colorful blooms have
been this sununer. More so than usual. I think. .;:
Skeleton-key shaped darts to the trustees of Madison Coun- ,
ty Memorial Hospital. Maybe they haven't meant to be skulking.
but that's the impression they have given recently w ith private
meetings and closed discussions. Maybe all these sessions have-
been legal, but they have smelled to high Heaven.
Darts to the oil companies that are making a higher profit
than any other industry in Amenca w while we. the people, are try-
ing to stretch our dollars to cover the exorbitant cost of a fill-up
'at the pump. Somebody 's making a fortune here. and ir ain't us.
Daisies to my pastor. Greg Grant. w\ho actually preached a.
sermon on Hell last Sunday. Ho\\ seldom i"e hear about that sad
but actual place.
Daisies to all of \ou readers \ho take the time to let me
kinow that you appreciate a particular column (or ex en that you
don't support my sentiments. You cannot imagine how precious
Nou are.
Huge armfuls of daisies to a couple of tiy felloit teachers
\\ho helped me moxe from one room to another. and one w\ho
came in my new\ room and tacked up bulletin-board stuff. That's
important because I strongly dislike doing bulletin boards. With
friends like that, how could I have a bad year?
Darts to %whoever stocks the local racks w ith the Florida
Tunes-L'ni'on. In the past \week, I ha'e purchased three new spa--
per' with no "Lifest le" section. Come on: that's the part with
the comics and the crossword. I need it!
Cactus-sharp darts to parents who are not seeing that their
kids attend school. Sure. it may take a day off from %work. but it's
your responsibility.. If you act, like you don't care, then your
children won't care either. .
Darts to any grandpa or uncle \ho takes the little ones out
fishing and hunting, and teaches them that chew ing tobacco is
part. of..he. f. You, ought, to, qpit, and encourage those
yoMng unsto, stay. \ ;.ay,frpm.';smokeless" tobacco in any).frm...
Daisies to you if you have dropped someone a nQte lately
just to say, "I care." You are blessed for'all time..


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cent to the Colin P. Kelly Gymnasium for the college.
At this rime, it is unknown what 6 ill be done %% ith the prop-
ernt \\here the houses are located.
Hunter's request passed unanunously.
Hunter also asked the board to approve the purchase of land.
south of the interstate in Lee for a defensive driving range. This
. request also passed unanimously.
Amelia NMulke\ informed the board that Kids. Inc. of the
Big Bend had asked that a lease on a building that NFCC cur-
rentl\ be renewed through February 2006. The request was
passed unanimously.
Mulkey also informed the board that the college would be-
gin demolishing the old primary school property to make room
for newt science buildings for the college. The Madison County
School Board the same night discussed implementing a plan for
a food storage building to be constructed at Madison County
'Central School. The current building is located on the property
being demolished by NFCC.
In other business. John Maultsby, of Madison County, was
nominated by Albert Thomas to be the next chairman of the
Board of Trustees. He was appro ed unanimously. Lester Pad-
gett, of Taylor County, was also approved as vice-chair unani-
mously.


cont from page 1A

Barbara Jones Miller and Dennett Cruce.
The following people were approved as
substitute teachers, pending approved clear-
ance by the Florida Department of Law En-
forcement (FDLE) and FBI and the comple-
tion of the substitute teacher training class:
Lewis Christmas, Tina Leslein, Susan Bran-
den, Lane Gerth, Samantha Phillips, Kendra
Clark, Brad Clark, Charlotte Hammond,
Frances Brinson, Angie Thompkins, Rashanda
Denson, Jeanine Waters, Miklos Liva,. Cora
Johnson, Della Ferguson, Lawanza Sampson,
Shirley McQuay, Barbara Hiers, Deborah
Williams, Tamika Jones, Travis Jones, Keny-
atta Turner, Jan Smith, Cynthia Petty, Inez
Bennett, Kimberly Livingston, Charlotte
Johnson, Rod Williams, Inez Pryor and Mary
Luster.
Annie B. Dean, a teacher at Excel Alter-
native School, gave official notice of her re-
tirement on August 1.


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Tawanna Christian and Clayton McWilliams
were recommended as instructors at Madison
County Central School. Rosalind Ward was
recommended as an instructor at Madison
County Excel. Alternative School.. Tracie
Jones was recommended as an instructor at
Greenville Elementary School.
Under non-instructional recommenda-
tions, Katina Young was recommended as a
lunchroom worker-cook at GES. Dora Jean
James was recommended for the Madison
County School District office as a fill-in for
Iris Wynn, who is on leave. Kimberly Liv-
ingston, Henry Raines and Johnnie Carroll
were recommended as bus drivers.
Jennifer Raines, Shaynika Glee, Teresa
Jennings, Dorcia Lee, Sim Sim, Patricia John-
son, Roger Parsons, Katrina Knight, Latisha
Williams and Cynthia Thomas were recalled
as paraprofessionals.
Leaves were approved for Robin B. Hill,


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Set Up A


Family Bsiness Center

Can't seem to put your hands on the bill that arrived in the
mail last week? It may be time to get organized and set up a
home business center or reorganize your current one. The time,
you spend now may save you dollars later.
Handling your personal finances will be much easier if you
have a well-equipped home business center. It does not have to
be elaborate either. It should be located in a convenient, com-
fortable area of the home, contain necessary equipment, sup-
Splies, papers, records and references, and have a good light.
You may be able to find space for a home business center in
. just about any room of your house. Ideally, if you had enough
space, you would have a designated room for a home office. But
few homes today are large enough for such a luxury. Instead,
consider a spare comer in the living room. bedroom. kitchen or
family room.
You will need some equipment for your home business cen-
ter such as a sturdy writing surface, comfortable chair. storage
space for current records and diapers. equipment and supplies.
This does not automatically mean you need a desk and file
cabinet. You can use the dining room table as your writing sur-
face and a nearby cabinet or chest for storage space. A desk and
storage unit can be built in an unused closet. A plywood or hal-
low core door mounted on two. two-drawer filing cabinets pro-
vide both storage and writing surface. Or, you could use a new
or remodeled standard office desk and file. or a combination
desk and metal file unit.
You also n ill need some supplies such as pencils, tape,
ruler, scissors, deposit slips, pencil sharpener, stationery. en-
velopes, paper clips, rubber bands, stamps a dictionary and
wastepaper basket
Once established, you may want to add items along the way.
Other supplies that you may want, but that are not essential in-
clude: stapler, paper weight. an adding machine, bulletin board,
and a computer.
Your home business center will provide space for storing all
of your supplies, material and important papers and documents,
bills, unanswered mail, and current receipts. Having all of your
finances in one area keeps you organized and paying bills on
time. .-hen it'comes tax time, all of your financial records are in
one lodafftiL. '
For more information on what to keep in your business cen-
ter contact Madison County Extension office.


ccity lOCk cont from page 1A
ment of Corrections. the empty Stone Fox restaurant, and a his-
toric house.
Efforts are underway to have the old house moved and i.n-
formation is that it will be transported next Monday. The house
will be moved to a location behind the Four Freedoms Wedding
Chapel and Bed and Breakfast which is on North Range Street.
The Probation and Parole office will be moving to a new lo-
cation, but officials are not sure just when. The office is now lo-
cated in a leased building on the property at 205 Base Street.
The probation office will be relocating to the former E and
J Restaurant building, which is currently being remodeled. The
new DOC address will be 102 Sumatra Road. DOC spokespeo-
ple in Madison and Lake City said negotiations are still under-
way for the relocation and they don't know when a move will be
made.

SG albraith count from page IA
may no% sign up for the local Dave Galbraith program.
The kids and parents will need to come to the Madison
County Courthouse. Saturday. August 27. and Saturday. Sep-
tember 3, from 9:00-12:00.
The program offers tackle football and cheerleading and is
open to all kids in the age group. Both football players and
cheerleaders must furnish a birth certificate, and proof of insur-
ance. A fee of $50 is also due.
Billy Tolar is working with the program and says that addi-
tional volunteers are needed. Players will be divided into two
age groups. Games will be played at Madison County High
School.
For more information, call 948-5320.


TOWN OF GREENVILLE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

The Greenville Town Council will hold a public
meeting on Monday, August 29, 2005 at 6:00 P.M.
at Town Hall, 154 SW Old Mission Avenue.
Greenville, Florida for the sole purpose of receiving
public, input, on a possible Florida Recreation
Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grant
application 'to develop a Neighborhood Recreation
Park on Town property adjacent to SW Ray Charles
Avenue.

The public is encouraged to attend and provide
input into this proposed outdoor recreation project.

For further information, please contact Ms. Cindy
Hutto, Town Clerk, at 850/948-2251.


8/17/05
Jermaine Lamar Mon-
lyn--DWLSR or cancelled
Renee Katrell Brown--
VOP (county)
8/18/05
Meltonia Demetria
Lott--Worthless checks.
Jason Kyle Moore--
Possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams
Derrick Lee Staten--
DWLSR or cancelled
8/19/05 ,
-Trenson Boujolly--
DWLSR or cancelled
Willie Charles Thomp-
kins--DUI, DWLSR or,
cancelled, leaving the'
scene of an accident
Marcus Leonard Wil-
son--Violation of parole
Keith Richard Shiver--
Failure to appear (pre-trial)
Stephanie De nise
Walker--Attaching a tag
not assigned, DWLSR or
cancelled, no motor vehicle
registration -
Brian Keith Cotrell--
Battery (touch or strike)
Joey Eduardo Joseph--
Contempt of court (non-
support)
Gary Ulysses Teague--
DWLSR or cancelled
8/20/05
Steve Eugene Moir--
Battery (touch or strike),
criminal mischief, disor-
derly intoxication, resisting
an officer without violence
Dustin Alan Irvine--
Failure to appear
Gerardo Garcia--No
valid or expired drivers li-


cense
Vanessa Faye Bruland-
-VOP (circuit)
Darron Lewis Davis--
Aggravated assault. do-,
mestic violence/battery
Roosevelt Nelson--
Fleeing or attempting' to
elude, reckless driving
8/21/05
Horafion Leodardus
F ead Dom e s tic
violence/battery
Fredrick Dwayne
Jones-Petit theft
8/22/05
Roberto Martinez Ger-
man--Attaching a tag not,
assigned, no valid or ex-
pired drivers license
James Author Monlyn-
-Criminal registration
Arturo Guerrerro-Or-
donez--DWLSR or can-
celled
Raymond Jessie Evans.
Jr C rim final
registration/sexual offend-
er
Ubaldo Medina--No
valid or expired drivers lih-
cense
Cody Eugene
Hilbrand--VOP circuiti
8/23/05 .
Gweneth Thompson
Beat--DUI
Fidel Lopez Vasquez--
DUI
Amber Renee
. Iliams--DWLSR or can-
i eled
S1 Dallas Raynorris
"hoice--VOP (county)
Randolph Aikens--
VOP (county)


We recently returned from a great trip to Atlanta where our,
family gathered this year at daughter oan's to celebrate my 86"
birthday and we believe a wonderful time was had by all.
Joan, Jack and son Don have turned their yard into a veritable
riot of flowers. shrubs. trees, butterflies, bees and humming
birds and in the evenings, as we sat on the deck. a silvery moon
and croaking frog was our entertainment.
They recently installed a nice big pool with deck and priva-
cy fence and grand daughter Pam's husband Chuck serenaded us
both with banjo and guitar and Grand 01' Opry and with classi-
cal types of music we did not know he was so good. We had
not been swimming in years but the pool was irresistible and we
wanted to find out if we could still swim and float (we could go
to sleep on top of the water) and we still can.
We received many lovely cards. gifts. gift certificates and
money but the high-light of the occasion was the wonderful ar-
ray of foods prepared and displayed so beautifully on a hugh
buffet table by grandson Don who is a great chef. He also
works as a maitre'de for a large Atlanta restaurant and is an ex-
perienced caterer. Added to that. their yard is evidence that he
and Joan would do well in the landscaping business. Nedless to
say this birthday was one for our book of memories. ':
So. other than personal, we don't have much news at this
time. The Yard of the Month sign was awarded to Debbie Davis
for August. The Da, is' yard is always s lovely; we know the Yea-
gers went on a trip, too. but don't know any details yet; Lee
Town Hall is looking great inside with a new coat of paint and:
kitchen cabinets refurbished: the town is preparing for a cele-
bration on September 23 when the Ben Blair Park is dedicated
and its soccer fields, picnic area and walking trails are opened to
the public: the front of Archie's is still dug up and unsightly -
how long does it take to dig a huge swimming pool?! and
whose money is paying for it?; and Regina Thompkins' plans for
Stroup's and the Wilmer Bell property have been put on hold
temporarily. We also hear that the former Linda McMullen has
moved back to Lee. Welcome home. Linda.
At the top of your prayer list. pleaseplace Myrtice Paynie
who is quite seriously ill in the Madison hospital. Also .add
Myrtice Combass who, though she is much improved now, fell
and w as hurt quite badly. She is so bruised it looks as if she was
run over by a truck. And the front page of Wednesday'sCarri-
er was filled with bad news please add the families of all those
who died to your list. Our sympathies to all of them and a spe-
cial one to Ann Waring. Howell and I had disagreements over
some public issues over the years but I always liked him per-.'
sonally and believe the feeling was mutual. He will certainly be
missed. Also Lee will surely miss Elizabeth' Duckworth who.
though she was a recent resident of our community, she had be-
come, a valued member and was on the Lee Day. Committee -
sincere condolences, to her family.,
P. S. Be on ilie alert from someone identifying himselfas a
caller for the Lee Police Benevolent Society ; my neighbor got,
one. Apparently the scammer didn't do his homework.


The Family
The name is Greene and they are known by all. Everyone.
If you are in the newspaper business, the Shrine Club, the Madi-
son County business community, or law enforcement. you know
them. If you have dealt in real estate. TV. radio, timber, sports,
or beauty pageants, you know them. If you are connected to Au-
cilla Christian Academy, Madison Academy. the Madison Coun-
ty public school system, the Madison County Chamber of Com-
merce. or city or county government, you have met them.
If you are in the Florida State Capitol building in Tallahas-
see while.the Legislature is in session, you have seen the man in
green.
If you have been a governor, state senator, state representa-
tive, or other elected official in Florida for the last 40 years. you
know the name.
If you are connected w ith the Florida Press Association. you
know the Greenes.
If you have had any connection with Madison County
Memorial Hospital, you know them. If you aie a paramedic. you
have seen them on the scene of an accident. reporting and taking
photos.
The patriarch is Tommy Greene. That is a big word which
means he is the oldest. and the father of the tribe.
I. too. come from a very large and well-known family. My.
father %was from a group of nine brothers and sisters who sur-
\ired the Depression and World War II and made a mark in
Pinellas County. on Florida's West Coast. There are still many of
us. and we have been know n to have 50 or more people at
Christmas dinner.
But Pinellas County has become so populated, crowded,
paved-over, built-up and peopled by strangers, that the percent-
age of those who know my family has grown smaller.
I wave at people in Madison County and they wave back. I
wave at people in Pinellas and they assume it is some secret
crime sign.
Fortunately, the Greenes have remained in a place where
people still know each other and a big family can have a notice-
able influence for good. This family has done much for North
Florida. They operate two of the few remaining independent
newspapers left in Florida. No chain from New York or Chicago
calls them and says that the papers will be run this way and will
say this or that. It is small-town, American, authentic. personal,
journalism.
Keep it tlp, Tommy, Mary Ellen. Emerald, Lisa, William,
kids, grandkids and the rest of the Greene people.
May the Tribe prosper. -

eLeadlnies In Review
.' : '.. ',' ',. t, front page 1 "'
conference in Tallahassee last week. Citizens from Madison and
Tavlor Counties urged that the coal-fired power plant not be
placed in either county. A delegation from Madison County also
attended a Tallahassee City Commission meeting on Wednesday,
August 24. Bembry said that he would like for everyone to call
their Madison County Commissioner and express their appreci-
ation for the board's concern over the issue. Bembrv said that the
group opposed to the coal-fired plant would be at the next.coun-
ty commission meeting on September 7. He urges everyone t6
attend..Another committee meeting will be held Tuesday, at 6
p.m.. at the Madison Public Library.
"Gail French Now Working For Agency Investigating
Her," August 10, 2005, Madison County Carrier. Greene Pub-
lishing, nc. discovered that Gail French was employed by the
Florida Department of Education. The DOE has an ongoing inW
vestigation into ethics. regarding the Florida Comprehensive As;
sessment Test (FCAT) when French was the principal at
Greenville Middle School. A check of the DOE website revealed
that French is still employed with the agency. In the article, it
was reported that Bill Roberts bowed under pressure and
changed his recommendation at a May 20. 2003 meeting that
French be removed as principal of the Madison County Excel
School. Roberts said that he had looked to the attorney and
board chairman to put time limits on speakers and follow board
policy but that they never did.
"Soybean Rust Found In Madison County," August 104
2005, Madison Enterprise-Recorder. An infestation of Asian
soybean rust was found on one farmer's crop in Madison Couni
tv. Since that time. no soybean rust has been found on any other
crops in the counts, not even kudzu, which serves as a breeding
ground for the rust. which can destroy crops if not treated prop-
erly. according to Madison County Agricultural Extension Agent
Kevin Campbell.
"Pinelta Area Flooding Discussed," August 5, 2005.
Madison Enterprise-Recorder. Pinetta area residents com-
plained about flooding in a meeting with the Suwannee River
Water Management District on Tuesday. August 2. The SRWMDI
will meet with the Madison County Commission and local citi-
zens at a later date. once it gets maps of the flooding areas done.






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Friday, August 26, 2005


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Adult


Each ieek, the Madison Enterprise-Recorder is featuring
a spotlight on Personnel Development Services (formerly the
Madison-Jefferson Association of Retarded Citizens) and
MCHS's ESE transition program.
By Albert Bivens, Adult Day Training Program Director.
The Adult Day Training at Personnel Development Services
(PDS) is p vided in both Madison and Jefferson Counties.
Thereje about 20 persons participating in the Madison
program.
During the day, clients participate in meaningful day activi-
ties that range from working
-:-' on goals such an- math, check
writing, Writing a person's
S""name and address and various
academic pursuits. There may
also be some work at the I-10
rest area where there is clean-
ing of the bathrooms and yard
cleaning duties. Some in-
house work opportunities may
z be working on trash removal,
and cleaning bathrooms at the
center.
S.Participants may also en-
gage in some arts and crafts
activities,, some light kitchen
projects and a variety of train-
ing activities that are personal-
ized for everyone. Each person
is directly involved in select-
ing their own goals. Staff will
assist in anyway to help per-
SIsons reaching their goals. We
Lillie Thomas is an Adult as an agency are focusing on
Day Training client at PDS. outcomes.
She enjoys free time follow- For more information about
ing a busy day. (Greene Pub- the Adult Day Training pro-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob gram, please call PDS at 973-
SBembry, August 23, 2005) 4614.


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PD Announces The


Closing 0i A Program


From .Personnel De 'velop-
ment Services:
Recently. ihe decision
was made to close Personnel
Development Services' Sup-
ported Lihing program, The
closing,which is scheduled to
end ,September 30, 2005 af-'
fects about -eleven persons


of this part of our operations.
\\ith full regard for the inter-
ests of the Agence tor Per-
sons v. ith Disabilities and
other community. partners.
Terminnation of our Siup-
ported Li'ing \\%il .be done
with high 'priority for the,.
health and welfare of the al-


served by the -organization
,and, several staff., Accordinge
to Executive Director, Tim
Ressler. arriving at the deci-
sion was not an, easy process.
PDS has been in 'a period of
organizational development
for about three \ears. \\e
have made *great gains, inn
many areas of service deliv-
ery, with the Board of Direc-
tors actively supporting the
organization's pursuit of ex-,
cellence in the quality of its
services.
We have, achieved much
progress toward meeting the
high service ,standards, we
have set for ourselves. How-
ever, the lack of acceptable
progress in Supported Living
requires we stop and take a
look at what we .are doing,
and how and with what re-
sources. We intend to engage
in extensive self-e\aiiniation


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LOItaies


Henry Lucius Giddens


Henry Lucius Giddens,
age 82, died Tuesday, August
23, 2005 in Madison. Funeral
services were held at Oak
Ridge Cemetery at 11:00
A.M. Thursday, August 25,
2005. The family receive


friends from 6-8 on Wednes-
day, at the Beggs Funeral
Home.
He was born in Adel,
Georgia and moved to.Madi-
son in 1966 from Lake City,
'Florida. He retired after 27


years as a Manager with
Winn-Dixie. He" was o nerr
and operator of Giddens Gro-
cery in Pinetta, FL. He was a
member of the First Baptist
church in Madison.
He is survived by two


sons Allen Giddens and wife
Sarah of Gainesville, FL., and
Ben Giddens of Pinetta, FL.
Two brothers Rev. Murray
Giddens of NMoulrie. GA..


* and Morris Giddens of Tifton,
GA., and two Sisters Ruth
Fenner of Brunswick, GA.,
and Jean Avery of Albany,,
GA also sur\ite and t\mo


Grandchildren and one Great
Grandchild.
He % as preceded in death
by his Wife. Christine Camp,.
Giddens.


Grover Clevland Cone, Jr.


Grover Cleveland Cone
Jr., 62 years old of Lor-
anger, Louisiana, died Mon-'
day, August 22, 2005 in
North Oaks Medical Center.
He was born Thursday,
October 22,-1942 in Valdos-
ta, Georgia. He worked as an
independent Executive.
Surviving are ex-wife,
Dorothy Cone of Indepen-
dence; five daughters, Anita
Michelle Bowman of Baton
Rouge, Sheila Gail Freeze of
Baton Rouge, Patricia Ann
Cone of Loranger,, Mary Al-
isha Davidson of Lincoln
University, Penn., Tara Cone
Koontz of Baton Rouge, son
Grover Cleveland Cone III
of Slidell, 2 brothers, Frank
Wayne Cone of Hollister.
FL.. Luther Calvin Cone of


Madison FL. Eight grand-
sons, James David Bowman
Jr. of Baton Rouge, Travis
Everett Freeze of Baton
Rouge, Clifton.Trey Cone of
Loranger, Austin Taylor
Cone of Slidell, Brennan
Cade Cone of Hammond,
Ashton Dale Koontz of Ba-
ton Rouge, James Duke
Koontz Jr. of Baton Rouge,
Benjamin Lloyd McChrist-
ian of Denham Springs; five
granddaughters, Kristen
Michelle Bowman of Baton
Rouge, Tara Elizabeth
Freeze of Baton Rouge, Jay-
den Nicole Cone of Slidell,
Kayla Shea Davidson of Lin-
coln University. Penn., Tax-
lor Leigh Cone of Loranger.
He was preceded in
death b\ Parents: Grover


Clevelanid Cone and Mayola
Joyner Cone.
Friends will be received
Friday, August 26 at Harry
McKneely & Son Funeral
Home of Hammond from 6
until 10-00 P.M. and on Sat-
urday from'8:00 until ser-
vices on, Saturda) at the
Harry McKneely & Son Fu-
neral Home, Hammon,
Louisiana. .
Services will be held at
Harr\ McKneely & Son Fu-
neral Home. Saturday. Au-
gust 27, 2(105 at 10:00 A.M.
Interment \ ill follow \ in
the Loranger Conmmunit\
Cemetery, Loranger,.
Louisiana 70446.
Email condolences to:
hmckneelv'@i-55.com / sub-
ject line: Cone Jr.


LW?*J1omaunityCleanIu@


August 26
Singles Dance Party hosted
by Positive Christian Singles
will be held at 1650 Riter
Street. Valdosta at 8:30 p.m. DJ
plays country, oldies, and rock.
Dance mixers and karaoke. for
info, call 229-242-3797. .
August 26
Days Inn would like to in-
vite you to join us in our
farewell celebration for Vis ian
Tuten. We all want to thank Vi-
vian for giing us 13 wonderful
i years of service! Benefit Retire-
ment Dinner to be held at Yogi
Bear Park between 6 and 8 p.m.
All donations will be given to
Vivian. Tickets are $10.
August 27 "
The William Miles Hunter
Family Reunion- will .be held at
the Itchtucknee River hose
starting at 11 a.m., with lunch at
noon. All relatives of William
Miles Hunter are invited to at-
tend the covered dish lunch and
participate in the updating of
the family tree. For more infor-
mation. please contact Jim Mar-.
tin at 386-719-4866 or 386-365-
3666.
August 27
The Hamburg-Lovett Vol-
unteer Fire Department invites
"I you to our 23th Annual Peanut
Boil to be on August 27, 2005.
5:00 p.m. until; Come and join
us for a Chicken and Rice Sup-
,; per $5.00 a plate. Cake Auction
and all the free peanuts you can
eat! If you wish to preorder a
bushel of peanuts contact 850-
948-8781 or'850-948-4353.
August 27
The William Miles Hunter
family reunion, wilL.meet at Jim-
and Carol Martin's Itchtucknee
RiverHouse, on August 27, at
11:00 a.m. Lunch will be at
noon. The updating of the Niles
Hunter family tree will be the
main subject, and all relati\ es of
William Miles Hunter are cor-
dially invited. Please bring a
covered dish. For more infor-
P nationn, contact JAim Martin at
P.O Box 2726 Lake City, Fl
32056, or call 386-365-3666 or
1 386-719-4866.
August 28
The .Widows' Son Hall
Family Day will host
i A.R.E.M.E. chapter O-E.S.
F Family members are: House-
hold of Ruth. Heriones. Sons
and Daughters of Joshua. They
in% ite ou to their annual Fami-
1)- Da\ at the Shiloh Baptist
Church in Madison at 3:00 p.m.
The speaker will be Rev. Albert
Barfield (pastor of Antioch
Baptist Church, V'aldosta, Ga.)
Everyone is invited to this spir-
itual fellow~ ship.


August 30
Coal-Fired Power Plant
public informational meeting
sponsored b. "Keep Madison
County Clean" will be held at
6:00 P.M. at the Madison Coun-
ty Public Library. Library is
now scheduling viewings of the.
"Kilowatt Ours" DVD. A must
see for any county citizen who
would be in favor of locating a
coal-fired po% er plant in Mfjdi-
son County. Call -973-6814 to
schedule a viewingg or 973 -
8875 for more information.
September
New Bethal P.B. church
choir will be celebrating their
anni\ersarN on Saturday Sep-
tember 3th at 7:00 p.m. and on
Sunday September 4th at 3:00
p.m. All choirs, groups., soloist
are invited. Help come make aL




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joyful noise unto the Lord. Re.
V.P. Jones pastor.
September 3
Su%%annee Stiles Barbe,-.
Shop in Live Oak w ill hold the'r
Grand Opening Rabbon Cutting
ceremony from 9 a.m. to early
afternoon. EverN one is invited
to come out and see our special.
free cookies and juice and tour
the establishment. For more in-
forniation; call Victoria at 386-'
"362-1871.
September 3-4
New Bethel. P. B. church
choir will be celebrating their
anniversary on at 7 p.m. on Sat-
urday and at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
All choirs. groups. soloists are
invited to help come make. a
joyful noise unto the Lord. .
September 6
Hospice of South Georgia.
an affiliate of South Georgia
Medical Center, will offer a
free. communitr-vNide Bereave-
ment Support Group for adults
beginning at 6 p.m. and contin-
uing for si\ consecutive Tues-
da\ys through October 11. For
more information or to register.
please call the Coordinator at
229-249-4100.


MADriON OOUNi aiMOOLDUTIni *
FEDERAL PROGRAMS OFFICE
201 N. PARRAMORE STREET MADESON, FLORIDA 32340


THANK YOU MADISON COUNTY!

Together Everyone Achieves Morel



Thank you so very, muchil The Back-to-School Information Fair was a tremendous
success. The focus was to encourage the citizens of Madison County to commit to
becoming actively involved in making the school system better in our community.
Many parents, students, faith-based, community and business partners participated
and visited the information booths. The superintendent, school board members, school
district administrators departments, all school principals and departments, the school
system's transportation department, city and county resource officers, North Florida
Community College, KIDS, Inc., Madison County Health Department, ICAN and
Workforce Development were present to share valuable information with everyone.

Because of your generous contributions, we were able to provide free school supplies,
snacks, drinks and numerous door prizes for our students and parents. We achieved
this mission together, to make this an Informative and enjoyable opportunity for our
parents, students, and community partners.

Again, thank you and we'd like to ask that we continue this outreach partnership.
"Coming together is a beginning...
Keeping together is progress...
Working together is SUCCFSS."


THANK YOU CONTRIBUTORS!
New Bethel P.B. Church, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Down Home Medical, Norris Drug Store,
Wine-Dixie Stores Inc., Mt. Nebo AME Church, Roy Ellis, New Canaan M.B. Church,
Juan Botino, Optional Two Beauty Salon, Ryan Clark, Modern Cleaners,
Pineland M.B. Church, Evergreen M.B. Church, Jimbob Printing Inc.,
Clyde & Claudette Aleoander, ACTT Childcre In., Ronnie Moores
O'Toole's Herb Farm, Charlie Mae Givens, Shiloh M.B. Church (Madison),
Knight's Barbershop, VeEtta Hagan-Smith, Tina's Gift & Florist, Lifestyle Barbershop,
Bart Alford, Chamber of Commerce, Tim Sanders, WMAF Radio Station,
Ministers, Deacons & Laymen's Union, PURE Food Mart, Farmer's Furniture,
Leigh Barfield, Kenny Hall, O'NEAL'S Steak & Buffet, United Methodist Cooperative Ministries,
Madison County Community Bank, Bank of America, and Capital City Bank.




Back-To-School Committee Members:
Gwendolyn T. Hubbard, Director of Federal Programs
Gloria J. Washington, School Choice Informaton Specalst
Tim Sanders Deloris M. Jones
Shamara Gibson Jane Carole Bunting
Paula Arnold Shirley Joseph


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SHappy 50th
Anniversary 9.:

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50 Years of Wedded Bliss
rAI Join Family and Friends
Saturday, September 3, 2005
1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
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Madison Florida
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Sha'Niva Nicole Mitchell
Sill rurn 4 \ ears old on Thursday,
AuuLIt 25. 2005. The proud par-
ents of Sha'Niya are Vicky Mob-
le\ and Marcus Mitchell (Money
Mark). Sha'Niya enjoys playing
Shon'Quez Mitchell
and dancing. We
lo\e \ou N)-Ny.
NlaN God Bless you.
on )our birthday.


Jaylin .
Ta'Keldrick Johnson -i
will turn 6 years old
on Thursday, August
,, 25, 2005. His two X.
Sisters, Ke'Shauni
and Alesha Johnson
wish him a Happy
Birthday, along with
his parents, Demetria
- Anderson and Anto-
nio Johnson (Hog-
gie). We love you.
May God Bless you
on your birthday.

Sha'Niya and Jaylin will both
be celebrating their special day at
. Yogi Bear Jellystone Park on Sun-
s day, August 28, 2005.


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Ashlee Simpson Performs At Wild Adventures Theme Park Aug


SHOW STARTS AT 7 P.M.
Long before, she recorded
her first album, Ashlee Simp-
son was well on her way to
becoming a household name.
When your sister is as famous
as Jessica Simpson, being in
the spotlight is inevitable.
But Ashlee' has successfully
differentiated herself from her
big sister and brings her dis-
tinct sound to Wild Adven-
tures Saturday, Aug. 27, be-


ginning at 7 p.m.
With two seasons of a re-
ality TV show, a major tour
and debut album under her
belt, Ashlee Simpson has
moved out of her sister's
shadow and created her own
shining star. Her performing
career has its roots in classical
ballet, which she began study-
ing at the age of four. By the
time she was 11, Ashlee was,
the youngest student admitted


to the American School of
Ballet, but soon left to tour
with Jessica .as a dancer.
Fans began taking notice and
she garnered her own follow-
ing, which provided the mo-
mentum needed to jump start
her singing career.
MTV quickly signed her
for the reality series, "The
Ashlee Simpson Show,"
which has aired for two sea-
sons. Ashlee's debut CD,


Autobiography, has sold mil-
lions of copies and she even-
managed to live down the
critics who took aim at her for
the now-infamous "Saturday
Night Live" and Orange Bowl
incidents. It's apparent her
fans don't care what critics
say, making songs such as "La
La" and "Pieces of Me" chart
toppers and selling out venues
for her appearances.
This all-star concert is
just one part of the excitement
at Wild Adventures. Discover
more than 100 rides and at-
tractions, including nine roller
coasters, and enjoy refreshing
fun in Splash Island Water
Park. Come face-to-face
with more than 500 exotic an-,
imals set in natural habitats
throughout the park or take in
one of the entertaining daily
shows. It's adventure for all
ages! Wild Adventures is lo-
cated off Interstate 75, exit 13
in Valdosti, Ga.
General admission group
rates are available for church,
school, corporate and eany
group with 20 or more people.
:Get unlimited fun at t\ o
theme parks for only $49.95!


The Passport 2005 offers un-
limited access to Wild Adven-
tures and Cypress Gardens
until Dec. 31, 2005 with no
blackout dates, including ac-
cess to all concerts, special,
events and Splash Island at
both theme parks. For more
information, call (229) 219-8
7080 or visit www.wildadven-
tures.net.

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Plumbing Repairs Wells Drilled
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Sewer & Water Connections Tanks Replaced
WVater Heater Repairs All Repairs
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RFO,'O54-I5 Repairs 850-973-1404


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We Also Hate Pool Supplies
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MADISON COUNTY, Down Home Medical


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The Madison County Board of County
Commissioners will hold a public meeting on
Wednesday, September 7, 2005 at 11:30 a.m. in the
County Commission Meeting Room, Courthouse
Annex, 229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida
for the sole purpose of receiving public input on a
proposed Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program (FRDAP) grant application to
continue improvements for the Madison County,
Recreation Park. The proposed project improve-
ments include softball fields) lighting, children's
play area, picnic facilities, renovation of the conces-
sion area, rest room improvements, and fencing.

The public is encouraged to attend and provide
input into this proposed outdoor recreation project.

For further information, please contact
Mr. Tommy Garner. County Recreation
Department, at 850-973-4640.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Great medical care in a
cozy, homespun atmosphere'
is what is offered at Down
Home Medical, located at 312
S. Washington Street, in
Madison.
Michael Stick, M.D.,. and
Tammy Williams, Nurse
Practitioner, are the health-
care providers at the clinic.
They head a warm, friendly
staff that cares for the pa-
tients.
Stick, a. native 'of
Hanover, Pa., is a graduate of
Jefferson Medical College in
Philadelphia, Pa., and did his
internship and residencN at
York. Hospital in York, Pa.,
where he specialized in gen-
eral surgery He .ho attended
seminaj\ at Beeson Di\init\
School in Biringham.ii. Ala.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON

THE MADISON COUNTY LAND

DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

NOTICE OF PROPOSED LAND

USE CHANGES


The Madison County Planning & Zoning Board has
scheduled a public hearing on Thursday, September 8,
2005 at 5:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter can
-be heard, in the Courthouse Annex, 112 East Pinckney
Street, Room 107, Madison, Florida.


The purpose of this public hearing is to allow for the
Madison Planning & Zoning Board to receive public
comments, suggestions, and concerns regarding
amendments proposed by the Board of County
Commissioners to. the Madison County Land.
Development Regulations, Chapter 4 Zoning.


ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO
ATTEND AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PUBLIC
HEARING. Any person wishing to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced hearing will need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made'.


If you have any questions, or wish to review the draft
proposals, please contact Mr. Joseph Miranti, County
Manager, at (850) 973-3179.


The proposed amendment will apply to all property within
the unincorporated area of Madison County, as depicted
on the map in this advertisement and excludes the
municipalities of Greenville, Lee, and Madison.


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The warm and friendly Down Home Medical staff poses for a photo in front of the of-
rice. Pictured front row. left to right: Stefanie Ragans. Krislin Rutherford and Stephanie
Sapp. Second row. left to right, Teena Phillips and Tamm3y Williams. Back row. left to right:
Michael Stick and Dutsy Pickles. Beverly Pickels is not pictured. iGreene Publishing. Inc.


Photo b% Jacob Bembr. August 9. 2005)


Stick's nilitar\ service
includes stints in both the
United States Marine Corps:
Re ser es and the United
States N:'\\ Reserves.
His primary surgical ex-
perience is as a staff surgeon
at both Madison County and
Hamilton County Memorial
SHospitals. He has extensive
administrative experience, in-
cluding being the. current,
medical director for the
NICIIH Emersenct :Room
Deparqm~tn. ihe Nladison
County Jail and EMS.
Stick has worked ina pri-
mar\ medicine in Madison,


Perry, Jacksonm ille and in nu-
,merous hospitals..and clinics,
in Florida. Georgia and Al-
abama.
Stick is board certified in
general surgery and, emer-,
gency medicine.
Williams received her
R.N. and her master's in nurs-
ing from Valdosta State Uni-
versity. She had previous!
%worked \\ith Stick in both
Valdosta and at the hospital in
Madison.
\\illl"a,'. certified in
IIlensic and emergency\ nuts-o
ing.
Do\%n Home Medical


i ill be open for four years in
August. : ,
"We started on a wing
and a prayer." joked Slick.
"Now, we've got two wings
and two prayers."
"Down Home Medical is
the only clinic in Madison
that offers in-toi n drug test-
irng for businesses or other en-
titles. Since Stick is a certi-
fied Medical Re\ie\% Officer,
he can read the tests himself.
Dom n Home Medical ac-
cepts ne\\ padenmsua,. .
To schedule an appoint-
ment at Down Home Med-
ical. please call 973-4590.


CONCURRENT NOTICE
Notice to the Public of Finding of No Significant Impact on the Enmironmen[ and Request for Release,
of Funds and Remo'al of Eni-ironmental Conditions
TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES. GROUPS. AND PERSONS-
The Madison Counts Board of Counti Comminssioners intends to undertake a Neighborhood
Ret italizajion project to be funded by i Florida Small Citie_ C,,ommuMiiit De\ elopment Block Grant.
The project will include an estimated $750,000 in CDBG tund- and $200.000 in local funds to pro\ ide
flood and drainage inipro\ements to t o 12. ser ice areas% \itlin the unincorporated area of the county.
as follows: Ser ice Area #1 is located alone Tram Road in an area generally bounded by LS HighS\a
90 on the north. CR 150 on the south, the Green ille Toan hmLuit oni the eat., and S\V Odena Trail/SW
,Oslo Trail on the west; Service Area #2 is geneiall\ bounded b\ S\V Georgem.v.rin Road on the south and
west, Bentley Street on the north, and Happ Street on the east Houses and sLreets e\,t in all proposed
er' ice.areas. Administration arid engineerinrig acuiies are also included .ithinr the project. An addi-
tional'$150,000 in SHIP funds \ill be allocated for housing impro, enmenis to eligible households % ith-
in the two services areas.
l.An environmental relie\\ of the project has been conducted in accordance %% ith 24 CFR 58.
and it has been determined that the actitimes \iill ha\e no sinificant impauJ on the en'ironnient.
Therefore. an En\ ironmental Impact Statement i EIS). as described in the National Ern ronmental PohcN
Act, k ill not be prepared. The reasons for not preparing an EIS are that ihe proJect act' tites are in con-
pliance '.\ith local and state plans arid are of benefit to the public Ihealth. safety, and welfare No further
er, ironmeitali re' ie\\, o the project ill be conducted
An Environmental Review Record (ERR), which documents the environmental review of the
project. is on file at the County Manager's Office, 2nd Floor, Courthouse Annex, Madison, Florida, and
is available for public examination. All interested agencies, groups and persons are invited to submit
written comments for consideration to the attention of Ricky Henderson, Chairman, Madison County
Board of County Commissioners; P.O. Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341. Written comments must be
,received at this address on. or before September 12, 2005. All comments will be considered, and no
administrative action will be taken until 'comments are resolved.
S2The project described above will be funded with Florida Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant funds from the State of Florida and the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD), under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act. Madison
'County is certifying to the State and,to HUD that it, and its chief elected official, in his official capaci-
ty, consent to accept the jurisdiction of the federal courts if an action is brought ti enforce responsibili-
ties related to environmental reviews, decision making, and action; and 'that these responsibilities have
been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon approval, Madison County may expend
CDBG funds and the State and HUD will have satisfied their responsibilities under the National
Environmental Policy Act.
Madison County anticipates that its Certification and Request for Release of Funds and
Removal of Environmental Conditions will be submitted to the Department of Community Affairs-
(DCA) on or about September 19, 2005. The Department will then allow a 15-day comment period
before taking any action on the request. Objections will only be accepted by DCA if they meet one of
the following conditions: (1) the certification was not executed by Madison County's environmental cer-
tifying officer or another officer of the local government approved by DCA; or (2) the ERR indicates
omission of a required decision, finding, or. step applicable to the environmental review process.
Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with 25 C.F.R. 58 within 15 days following
DCA's receipt of the Request for Release of Funds. If you have -""nments or objections, submit them
to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Small Cities CDBG Program, 2555 Shumard Oak
Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100 immediately to ensure they are received before the expira-
tion of the concurrent period. -
Ricky Henderson
Chairman/Environmental Certifying Officer
P.O.'Box 539
Madison, Florida 32341,
August 26, 2005


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CHURCH


Friday, August 26, 2005


Happenings At



Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
What a testimony of love, joy, rededica-
tion of his life by Bill Brown in morning ser-
vice!
Christy (Bass) Adams spoke with ardor
of "Judgment House" which will be later on
in October the blessings of it, of the need
for many to volunteer to be involved in it.
Robert Bradow spoke of the "Men's
Outdoor Extravaganza" September 10, 2005
in Branford 'as a way to reach the
unsaved/un-churched.
Another testimony of great love was
having all his family (two rows plus) in
church honoring a very, very special person
on his seventieth birthday, Buck Driggers.
We pray God's blessings on him at this time
and in the days and years ahead and for his
family. Beautiful flowers were in his home.
What comfort to Preacher's Mother as
her dear Preacher son Clyde
was with her as she had cancer
surgery Friday. .We continue
praying for her and all their
family. *
What beautiful singing by '. ,
"4 Joy", Shirley Prentiss,
Cindy Brown, Amy Robinson,
Willa Branham with her Moth-
er on the piano. Chancel
Choir sang "Will Soon Be
Done." Brad Clark gave a
great message. Ray Pike dismissed us with a
very heartfelt prayer.
What hope, joy, and expectation of the
new little one due soon to Robin and Geoff
Hill! A great shower happened- on Sunday
afternoon. Congratulations to Revonda and
Glen Frith as Lil Thomas came to join them
and big brother Daryl and Grandparents
Elvoye and Betty Thomas and Betty and
Oneal Frith of Astor, Great Grandmother
Delia Thomas.


In night service Billy sang "Consider the
Lilies" after telling about another timely
message about praying for wisdom: about
being thankful always in all things, in all
ways, and always being full of joy. Bill Rus-
sell gave a touching benediction as he always
does.
What a testimony of love as. Mr. and
Mrs. JT Walker celebrate their 65th.wedding
anniversary tomorrow August 27 in the Fel-
lowship Hall 2-4 P.M. We pray God's contin-
ued blessings upon them and their family in
church, in education.
Pray, please, for Sheila Crocker-a friend
and fellow worker of Sara Dene's in Mobile
as her right kidney was removed Tuesday.
Ernest Page is better and back at Dowling
Park, Audrey Hicks improving and is home.
David and Iduma Smith both not well also
Bobby Kinsey. Bettie Marjell's sister better
and able to go home yesterday.
Our Jesse had a \ery, \ery
good report Monday on his
ne%% hip. Simpson Rhodes re-
colering from broken pelvis
Jim said and prayers for all
.others ill ones.
A blessing for sisters Hilda
and Di and her Wayne to go to
Rhome, Texas, for our. Nan-
cy's Granddaughter Michelle's
wedding on Saturday-plus a
safe trip.
Each person is responsible for his own
salh nation and the way he lives his life. Often
.we wonder what we should be doing to thank
God for his great love and forgiveness and
then realize he requires us to love him and
our neighbors and do whatever we can in all
the ways we can all our days. May the Lord
grant us to do, as he requires in order to have
our names written in The Book of Life.
Amen!


Cospel Blast 2005:


gospel Sing And End-Of-Summer


Festival Set For Labor Day Weekend


Gospel Blast 2005.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Gospel Blast 2005:
Gospel Sing and End-of-Sum-"
mer Festi\al. \ill be held Fri-
day. September 2.- at Lee Wor-
ship" Center. beginning at 7
p.m. and Saturday. September
3. beginning at 9 a.m. at Lee
To%\n Hall.
During the Saturday
event, there will be arts and
crafts booths, food booths, a
ring toss. ;a cake walk. face
painting, train rides, free pup-
pet shows and clowns
throughout the day. :
Booth spaces are still
a\ ailable for rent. Please call
Elizabeth Hollingsworth at
929-2684 if you would like to
rent .a booth. All proceeds
from booth rentals and the
gospel sing will go towards


Melissa Goins


the Interfaith Community Ac-'
tion Network (ICAN), a faith-
based organization, 'which
helps children and adults in
need in our community
Entertainers will include


the'McCormick Famil. Ever-,
lasting Arms. Tania Williams,
Genia Plain and Sheri Littleton
ithe Stokes Sisters i. Samantha
and Nancy Hall, Rich Quack-
enbush, Doyle Glass. Lisa
Smith, the Miracle Singers.,
Danny Bembry. Dan
Williams, Alexis Stalnaker,
Melissa Goins. the Ne%\ Hope
Primitive Baptist Church
Choir, the Mount Zion Men's
Choir and man\ others.
Helping emcee the event
\\ill be Jacob Bembry. Tania
Williams. Jim Taylor. George
Pridgeon. Kenny Hall. Bart
Alford, Jeff Bailey and Tim
Sanders.


Doyle Glass


BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE


Re
Sunday School
.Morning Worship


Iligln,,a 2-4
ev. Robert Agner 973-4160
10:i)0 a.0 .
11:00a.m.
I l:O0, .m ,


Wednesday llible Study 7:31 p.m.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
1565 East Base St., Madison FI,.32340
Phone 973-2887
Pastor, Rusty Bryan
Mdsic Director Minnie Lee Newborn
Sunday School '9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Church Training 6:00 p.m.,
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting. %% eidne.dhia).......... ..... .... 7-:00 p.nm.
Family Night Supper, 1 %t intl dasi......... .. .... .. ...... 6-7:110 p.m.1
Puppet Ministry, . ndos............................... ... .. ..........a.11(1 p.m.
GROW Visitation. Monday 6:30 p.m.
Baptist Men. Blptist Women, Music, Youth Children,
and Fun After Fifty programs available
"Where Love Has No Litmits"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve McHargue, Pastor
Gary GazJay, Music Director
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor '
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-.3266
Morning Worship 8:30a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
"IA awlt of Familfles."' "'Coemarar Wi/p"
1if 'ern's.edA in el Itoite grotp. capm I .'lS#-9073-.1264S
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1113 SES Pinckney St., Madison FI. 32340)
Sunday School rge Stlnson 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night 6:00 p.m.
Pastor George Stinson invites you to come and ecjoy God's Blessings.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Monroe FerDon, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Jim Catron, Lay ,Leader
Service or Word & 'Table 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.'
Sunday Morning Worship 1.1:00 a.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:600 p.an.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
Women's Meeting & Lunch list Monday).........................12:00 Noon
Sunday 11 A M Service Now On WMfA F 1230 AM
Everyone is welcome to all events!


GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A (. .iiurgn tionn orf lite I're.sistleinn C hirchtil In Ainn.i en
12111) No Ih I %.%sllington SI. 97.1.2t,92
Rev. John Hoapwood
Sunday Schotl For All Ages 9 .-.. "... 45 n inP
Sunti l i M nilinn i.o hip .. .... .............. .. ........ 11:11 .in.
ctil. I.l-hm Jlip piipeJLr'rmbillc %Stud)......... ....... ..(.. :I.. :l .i.
lJitill l it I-tI p. 12111 (;rade% ...6fi:31. int.
C'hrir PI'rn lice.. ........... ...... ... ............ ............. :. p.m.
Friday Men's Pra%.er Bren.ful................... ............. .........7:f0 a.mn
Ciu're tarrfihp \ntl S".re'. T HuitiI
GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH '
1365 SW Main St Greenville, FL
S 948-2353 .
iSu dadu Sch'iitl I or All Ages .......... .....111.... 10 a.m.
Sundus A lm iiing t',n hi p.................. .......................... I I 111 n.S '
Sndlll.n I nine 5ll illm hi| 7:U0 p.iim.
Sund. Pre-tsholldcn. \Student. IdulL.'hr Rellmarslc l ... ..*.311 p.m.
Wednesday 're-sehool Children,
Youth & Adult Iible Studies 7:00 p.m.
First Sunday every month Men's Breakfast 8:00 a.sm.
:Al, lINVITIEI) -
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Caron Har" -
Lee Florida,- Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday Bible Study ........... ......................... ...... ..... 9:45 a in
Stinday M morning 1 ir, hip ... .. .. ........... ................. ....... 1:I I n.nl
W ed Bible Study ............ ....... ............... .......................... 7:111 p.m .
Wed. Children / Youlh A.t Milltiie ................................. ..7:00 p.m.
Wed. Adult Choir 8:00 p.m.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Hwy. 255 South, ie9,' lFo ida 971-5585
Richard Quackenlash, Pastor
Morning Worship / 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 1/ 1:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Youth Group 5:00 p.m.


United Methodist Woment
Monday after Ist Sunday


7:30 p.m.


Men's Fellowship Breakfast
Second Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
(Conntcling The Conmuinitv With Christ"


MADISON CHURCH-OF GOD
71 N1 I. olin Kell, Iliy., Nladisoni, Fl..
q' .4 .1307
Rei. lDoyle Glass, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
morning m i hip .......... ....... ....................11:00 a.m.
Evening 11triliip..... .. ..... .................. ...... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night S' s ie....... 7:00 p.m
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
"A Friendly Churchs"
Cherry i.ake, FL
850-929-4355 ,,
..d Relv. .ohnnie Merrick, Pastor
Sundkla School .......... .................. 10:00 a.m.
Painonil Sundamlu I & 3rd iinmlai...................... ...............11:15 a.mn
onull Ch'iI 2ii 2nd lSuindia ... .... 11:15 a.n.
SsslionfI.uH.imn ii 4th Nuindia. 11:15 a.m.
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHURCH
3 Miles %%e. 1 ift .rtinsil. FL. Hwy 90
s/.imie.l B.-. S:r., Pasor .
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
"A4nd when the day of Pentecost was fully come,
they weret all with one accord in one place." Acts 2:1 .
E s ryoone is always welcome
ST-.MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
108 N. Horry St., 973-8338
The Rev. Ben Pfell Vicar
Joe, oyles Senior Warden
Sunday Church School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m.
Mission Board 2nd Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Episcopal Church Women 3rd Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH


Meeting & Sumter St., 973-2428
Rev. Ertnest Sylvestre, OMI


Danny Bembry


The Friday event will fea-
ture the McCormick Family,
the Echols County Travelers,
Janice Brooker and Danny Be-
mbry. and feature an open ni-
crophone for anyone wishing
to sing.
A delicious meal of
grilled pork, bread, desserts
(of all makes and sizes),
drinks and all different sides
will be served during intermis-
sion.
Money from the love of-
fering at Lee Worship Center
will go towards the church's
building fund, to make much-
needed repairs to the roof.


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Monday. Tuesday & Wednesday Mass 7:30 a.m.
Thursday Mass 7:30 a.m.
Saturday Mass S:30 p.m.


MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH


S303 Range St., Madison. IL.
(352) 361-3055
Pastor Dantel Riggs


aunaay SchOOt
Preaching
Sunday Evening
Wednesday Service
Love To Have You Come And Visit Us.


10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
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MADISON COUNTY HISTORY


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Blue Springs Has Been Popular Spot





For.Generations Of County Residents


The spring forms a circular pool about 40 feet in diameter. Water flows from a large
caVern entrance at the south end that lies ait the bottom of a steep rocky bluff about 20 feet
high,) and is about 25 feet deep. One of the most extensive cave systems in North Florida
is to be found here.
The sandy bottom slopes upward from the caverh entrance to the run on the northeast
side of the spring. A constriction of the run from 25 feet to about 15 feet creates a strong
flow, and this strength has been increased 6y the placement of large rocks-across the nar-
rowest part of the 100-foot run. The.bottom of the run is rocky and sharp. The run flows
into the Withlacoochee River in the opposite direction of the river, and the result is a
large arc of clear water and swept river-bottom.
Water in the spnng is clear and blue. and the temperature in the spring basin was
70 degrees when measured on June 1, 1999.,
The spring water warms as it merges with the tea-colored waters of the With-
lacoochee. which registered 76 degrees on the same date.
The site is multi-level, with paths terraced with railroad ties. leading down to
the springs. Most people enter the spring by a wooden deck %with stairs leading down
to the water, for the rocky walls here are steep and there is no beach except along
S" he narrow run to the Withlacoochee. Certain spots along the rocky walls are suit-
able for diving into the spring. People enjoy shooting through the narrow opening
at the spring in inner tubes. They are propelled like rockets into the river.
S.. Above the cavern entrance and about waist deep is a natural ledge about two
feet wide that.visitors can stand on to gaze down into the cavern opening below.
On asunny day when the river is not high. Madison Blue is unri\ aled in the in-
Usara tensity of its blue waters. The state purchase of the spring assures that this very
A ptric beautiful site will be protected and remain open to the. public. The purchase is a
to rit.re major conservation acquisition.
Greew Elan.' The crystal clear, first magnitude spring is about 82 feet wide and 25 feet deep.
the spring bubbles up into a limestone'basin along the west bank of the. Withiacoochee River.
Scenic.woodlands of mixed hardwoods and pines create a picturesque setting for picnicking.
paddling, and wildlife viewing. Madison Blue Springs is approximately 10 miles east of Madi-
son on the west bank of the Withlacoochee.
The area is easy to find..From 1-10, drivers head go north (left) on exit 38 (County Road


B, Mike Moore
Greene Publishing. Inc.
No one seems sure of the name. The folks who operate the place and those who visit it and
those who place the signs and write the information cannot agree on a name. Is it Blue Spring
or Blue Springs?
It does not really matter. It is another of North Florida's beautiful spots and it is locat-
ed in Madison Count\. Hamilton County is across the Withlacoochee River from the spring.
There are two parks .% ith similar names, with one in Madison County and another in
Lafahette. The Nladison are.i is the niev.e.st ritc- park accordingng to park officials the are
at the. Mo .-otf the state's hit ds far as getung needed items.
Sprngsi. a cool and sparkling memory.lienind 'f1-lorin-he"oilnecoty resi-
dents. Many have.stories to tell about jumping from a tall tree into the cold, clear waters
of the popular swimming spot.
As far back as 1860. a local teacher. Warren McLeod. w rote in his diary that he had
fished in the Blue Springs area. He described the springs as "clear as crystal and almost
as blue as the sky." According to his diary, he did quite a bit of fishing.
The spring also has historic importance because it was used by local people as a
fresh water source.
In the days around the rime of World War 1, a popular summer pastime in Madi-
son County was giving and attending house parties. One of the favorite spots for
these was Blue Springs. A three-room cabin n as located there, with boys sleeping
in one room, girls in another, and the chaperones. a married couple, in the middle
room. One time, a girl w~as thrown into the springs in the middle of the night. Sup-
posedly, the chaperones never knew about the activities.
The area also has a tragic part to its story. Several times. divers have become
disoriented in the caves and have lost their lives. A long-time local resident re-
calls as a youngster hearing that divers had been called out to bring back one or
more bodies from the caves of Blue Springs. Several springs in Florida share Caiper
this tragic connection. Shown i a 19
The spring has long been a hangout for local folk. and until being bought for
$200,000 in-the early 1990s, was also a local dumping ground. Vandalism had also increased in
the area. The owners cleaned up the place, landscaped it \ith mostly native plants, and turned
it into a rustic dive resort.
There was some discussion several years ago about selling the springs to foreign buyers, but
this did not happen, thanks to the efforts of county residents who wanted to save it for the en-
joymnent of local people. Tommy Greene spoke with the owners and had a large part in sa\ ing
the springs from possible private use or destruction. An indi\ idual from Saudi Arabia wanted to
purchase the area and fence it off for his own use.
In October of 2000. the Florida Cabinet approved state purchase of the spring, which was
to be turned over to Madison Count\ to be managed and protected. The cost w\as $1,108.000 for
the 38.68-acre parcel.
After awhile, Madison County chose not to operate the facility,
and the state assumed control. And in 2005. the
spring officially became a Florida
state park.


255 Cross U.S. 90 at Lee and continue to State Road 6 (about 4 miles). Turn ngnt ana proceed
3-4/miles to the spring on the nght just before crossing the Withlacoochie River.

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For maps, latitude/longitude data, driving dire.c-
tions, satellite imagery,; and topographic representations as well as
weather conditions at this spring, go to Greg Johnson's informative "Florida Springs Database"
web site at the following address:
http://wu\ :This I.'a1ytothe. Nei/springs/floridasprings. hrm#Florida..
Nestle Waters has a bottling plant that takes many gallons of water per day from a site sit-
uated about. 1/4 mile from the spring. This amount represents about 2% of the average daily
flow from Madison Blue Springs. Nestle sells bottled water under the Zephyrhills and Deer
Park labels.
The Suwannee River Water Management District monitors the operation, spring, and adja-
cent Withlacoochee River for signs of environmental harm. If problems are detected, the agency
can reduce the amount of water that can be pumped under the company's permit.
The State of Florida awarded a $1.3 million grant to Madison County to construct a road
from the site of the plant to State Road 6.


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Seeking Volunteer Leaders!
Being a volunteer is a great way for you to make an impact
on the youth of your community. If you enjoy working with
youth and are interested in becoming a volunteer, please come to
one of the following information sessions: Monday, August
29th, Tuesday, August 30th or Wednesday, August 31 st
All sessions will be held at the Madison County Extension
Office starting at 6 pm.
For more information, check our website at: http://madi-
son.ifas.ufl.edu/4-H or contact Rachel Kudelko, Madison Coun-
ty 4-H Extension Agent at (850) 973-4138 f4mel@ifas.ufl.edu.
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Centennial Steering Committee

Named For VSU Celebration
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The 2005-2006 4-H Year
Kick-Off w ill take place all
day September 1st at the.
Madison County Extension
Office. Pick up 4-H informa-
tion, meet Miss Rachel the 4-
H Agent, and get some 4-H
goodies!!!!!
Want more information on
4-H? No problem'


You can check out their
website: http://madison.ifas.
ufl.edu/4-H.
No internet? You can also
call or e-mail Miss Rachel
(850) 973-413S f4mel@'ifas.
ufl.edu.
..There are mnan\ \a\Ns for
you to be a part of -4-H: Join a
Community Club, Join a 4-H
After-School Club, Be a
Home-Study Member and
many more!!!
It's free to join and by be-
coming a 4-H member you.
\\ill be .part of the world's
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The Madison Count\ Ex-
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902 College Dnme. ladison


Valdosta State Unisersity Centennial Steering Committee: Pictured seated left to right on front row: Joe Newton, Mar-
sha Krotseng. Mary Gooding. Steering Committee Chair Ernestine Clark. President Ronald NI. Zaccari, Kassie Kissinger,
Laiern Gaskins, Scott Sikes, Mike Meacham. Second row: Ann Lacev. Charles Harmon. Bobb. Flowers. Keith Flemming,
Russ Mast. Keith Blevins. Jerome Tucker, Sarah Bartholomew, Deborah Davis. Nancy Warren, Richard Saeger. Jim Black.
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August 18. 1906. but
classes did not start until
1913. The overall mission
of the Centennial Steering
Committee is being devel-
oped, but the group \\ill be
planning VSU's celebra-
tion and outreach activi-
ties.
'You were asked to join
the Centennial Steering
Committee for some spe-
cial reasons," said Ernes-
tinc Clark t9 the..23 other,
members of the group.
which includes representa-
tives from the student
bod., staff,. faculty, alumni
and community. Clark, re-
tired VSU Graduate
School dean, is chair of the
Steering Conmittee and
serves as the representa-
tive from the VSU Founda-
tion. Inc. She and the other
members were recently ap-
pointed by President.
Ronald M. Zaccari.
"We are bringing one
century to a close and si-
multaneously launching'
ourselves in to the next,
future one," said Zaccari,:
in his charge to the group.
"Our thanks to each one of
you for being a .part of this,:
effort."
Vice President for Uni-,
versity Advancement Scott
Sikes, also a member of
the committee. told the
group that in addition to
celebrating, the Centennial
will boost VSU's integrat-
ed branding and marketing
efforts. He said it will also
provide an opportunity "to
take the message out" and
show why VSU and the re-


gion it serves are unique. \ice president for Acade-
Another member of the mic Affairs: Mr. Charles
University Advancement Harmon. director of VSU
team serving on the Steer- Universit\ Relations; Ms.
ing Committee will assist Kassie Kissinge.r, VSU
Dr. Clark. Mary Gooding Greek Organizations
was recently named to the Representative: Marsha
new position of Director of Krotseng. VSU Cabinet
Alumni. Community, and Representatite: Ms. Ann
Regional Relations & Cen- Lace\. director of VSU
tennial Operations Manag- Special E\ents, Mr. Russ
er. In addition to her duties Mast. VSU Dean of Stu-
as Centennial Operations dents: Mike Meacham.
Manager. Gooding w ill executive secretary of the
con c.n te on SU .o- \SU Fac _C.;MIr.
nomic development and 'Joe Newton.'VSU inter-
partnership activities. im chief information
"There will be plenty of officer: Mr. Mark Po v-
opportunities for man\ ell. Blazer Boosters
other volunteers to be in- Chair: Steve Roberts,
volved in the Centennial director of VSU Athllet-
celebration and planning." ics Sports Information
said Clark. "Specific plan- Office: Richard Saeger.
ning subcommittees will ;retired VSU faculty
be established and we- are member and neighbor-
looking forward to a great hood representative:
time for all." Rebecca Taylor, VSU
Additional members of Equal Opportunity Pro-
the Centennial Steering grams; Jerome Tucker.
Committee include Sarah community: and Nanco
Bartholomew. VSU Alum- Warren. community and
ni Association Chair; Ms. arts boards representa-
Bethanie B. Bass, director ti e.
of the VSU Bookstore: Mr.
Jim Black. VSU vice pres-
ident for Finance arid Ad-
ministration; Mr. Keith
Ble\ ins. regional/commu- '
nity representative and C
publisher of The Valdosta
Daily. Times: ,Ms. Deborah
Davis, VSU Archi' ist: Mr.i
Keith Flemming, president
of the VSU Student Gov- R E
ernment Association; Mr.
Bobby Flow ers, chair of WR
the VSU Council on Staff Guaranteef
Affairs: Ms. Laverne 86-776-2800
Gaskins, VSU Attorney: Or
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Friday, August 26, 200:


Former Vietnam POW Hithlihts NhKC Convocation


Giles Norrington, keynote speaker at NFCC, talks with Dyana Martin, nursing in-


Starbooks Internet Cafe

Opens At NFCC Library


Sheila Hiss. Director of NFCC Librar. Services llefli with instructors Terry Zim-
merman and Andrea Oliver at Starbooks Internet. Cafe opening.


structor.
The audience roared when he cracked
jokes and was deadly silent when he spoke
of reaching the breaking point as a prison-
er of war in the infamous Hanoi Hilton.
Retired Navy captain Giles Norrington
held the faculty and staff spellbound as he
spoke 'to the back-to-school gathering of.
faculty and staff of North Florida Commu-
nity College, Thursday morning, Aug.' 18.
NFCC President Morris G. Steen, Jr.,
also a former Navy man, invited Norring-
ton who Was once his commanding officer.
He shared stories about fellow prison-
ers, his "heroes," and their unique ways
of surviving. He talked about how they all
they came to depend on one another de-
spite their differing backgrounds. "It
doesn't matter what you look like on the
outside as long as you have character on
the inside," he said.
Norrington relayed that he and others
developed a four-part article, of faith:
"Faith in God as we each understand him,
faith in country and constitutional values,
faith in one another and faith in our-
selves."
Norrington had 34 years of military
service, eleven in the U.S. Marine Corps
and 23 in the Navy. In May 1968, while
fil) ing hi- 22nd combat m i'ssion o\er
northern Vietnam, he was shot down, cap-
tured and spent nearly five years as a


prisoner of the North Vietnamese com-
munists. He returned to freedom in
March 1973. He held a number .of Penta-.
gon posts and command positions before
retiring in 1988. He,is -the author of arti-
cles on military history, leadership. man-
agement and ethics and has delivered
hundreds of talks about the air war -in
Vietnam and his personal experiences as,
a prisoner of war.
He is married to Navy Chaplain
Eileen O'Hickey, the first woman chap-
lain to rise to. the rank of captain. The
Norringtons live -in North Ridgeville,
Ohio.
In remarks to returning staff mem-
bers, the college president listed accom-
plishments of a banner year for NFCC.
The college gained 're-accreditation
through the Southern Association of Col-
leges and Schools, gained provisional ap-
proval for the registered nursing pro-
gram, increased summer enrollment and
made ,progress for a new science build-
ing. Steen said "We are as fully engaged
in our service district as we have ever
been. There is still much to be done and
our mission is by no .means 'accom-
plished."
Fall term began Aug "22nd For infor-
mation contact College Advancement
850/973-1653 or email NEWS@nfcc.edu.


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open for business. The Marshall Hamil-
ton Library at North Florida Community
College held a grand opening of its new
Starbooks internet cafe Friday. Aug'. 19.
Starbooks offers tireless internet service
in the cafe and throughout the library.
And. \es. coffee mnd comfortable chairs,
are available.
Librar) fans from the community, as


well as the campus, are ink ited to try out
the new service during, regular librarN
hours. Beginning Aug. 22nd hours are
Mon-Thurs. 8 a.m. until 9, p.m., 8-4:30
Friday. Beginning Sunday Oct 2, the li-'
brary ) ill be open Sundays 1;30-5:30 p.m.
For more information about the new
Starbooks cafe. contact the NFCC library
by calling 850/973-1624 or email li-
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COSMETOLOGY ADVISORY COM MITTEE

THANKED FOR SERVICE


Pictured (I-r): Shirley Johnson. Pauline Miller representing Gianni Jackson. Lorraine J.
Brow n, Terrence Franklin. Viola Woodfaulk. Patricia Roberts, Iris Allison, Jimmy Roebuck.
and Wayne Washington. Not pictured but recognized were Laverne Haynes, Amanda Davis,
Santos Pierce, and Kimberley Bizzle.


Members of the adviso-
ry committee for the former
cosmetology program at
NFCC were recognized at a
luncheon Aug. 15. in Madi-
son, Fla. Lorraine J. Brown.
former insti uctor. presented
plaques of appreciation 'to
members for years of ser-
yice -, some nearly three
decades.


Viola Woodfault, Wood-
faulk's Beauty Nook. Perrn
Fla., and Jimm\ Roebuck of
Roebuck's Salon, Madison,
Fla;, -were original commit-
tee .'members_ since' 1979.
ShirleN Johnson. Toppi's.
Madison. and Wa'ne Wash-
ington. Washington's Salon
in Valdosta, Ga.. served 22
years. Gianni Jackson,


Madison. Fla. and Iris Alli-
son, AlbanN. Ga. served 15
%ears and Patricia Roberts,
Madison. Was a substitute
teacher for ten years and
served five years. Many
are NFCC cosmetology
graduates.
For information.
850/973-1653 or email
NEWS@ nfcc.edu.


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Rebecca Burkart. who leads the mu-
sic program at North Florida Community
College,.has put out a call for voices of
all ages and abilities to join the NFCC
Community Chorus. Rehearsals are
Monday from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Hardee
Music Center, NFCC. The first session is
Ag. 29, but the chorus welcomes all in-
/terested, singers for Monday rehearsals,
according to Burkart.
"No experience is required," said
Burkart,. "just a willingness to learn,
plenty of enthusiasm and commitment."


The chorus performs for college and
community events throughout the year.
Arnold Burkart, professor emeritus of
music education from Ball State Univer-
sity, is co-directing with Dr. Rebecca
Burkart.
The chorus may, be taken for one-
hour college credit or as a non-credit
Community Education course. Some fee:
apply.
For information contact Rebecct
Burkart, telephone: 850/973-16423 oi
email music@nfcc.edu.


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Friday, August 26, 2005


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Volleyball Team Opens On The Roa.


Cowboys Begin Season


Ranked Number Four in 2A
By Mike Moore
Greene Publish- / 1- If,,


ing, Inc.
The Florida
Sportswriters As-
sociation re-
leased its first
state football
poll, Tuesday,
August 23. The
Madison County
High School
Cowboys will be-
gin the season
ranked at number
four in Class 2A.
The Cow-
boys received 22 points in the
season's first poll, only one
point behind the number three
team, Gulliver Prep of Miami.
Madison County opens the
season this Friday at Union
County. Union is ranked num-
ber two in Class 2B. Last week,
the Cowboys hosted number
three Ocala Trinity Catholic in
a pre-season classic.
CLASS 2A
1. Jacksonville Bolles (6).
45
2. Hollywood Chaminade
(2) 37 -
3. Miami Gulliver Prep 23
4. Madison Madison.
County 22
!W 5. Bushnell South Sumter


Also receiving votes:-
Pensacola Catholic 2, West
Palm Beach Cardinal New-
man 1, Pompano Beach 1.
CLASS 2B
1. Pahokee (10) 50
2. Lake Butler Union
County 39
3. Ocala Trinity Catholic
25
4. Blountstown 22
5..Crescent City 6
Also receiving votes:
Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 2,
Jacksonville Trinity Christian
2, Clearwater Central
Catholic 1, Frostproof 1,
West Palm Beach King's
Academy 1. e


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2005 Junior Varsity Roster
Brittany Bezick, Ariel
Blanton, Veronica Bruton,
Jasmine Evans, Randi
Floyd, Sarah Green, Caitlin
Griffin, Karagan Hunter,
Lauren Maultsby, Julie
Shea, Laurie Smith,


By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
High. school football is
not the only game in town.
The volleyball season gets un,
derway for Madison County
High. School, Tuesday, Au-
gust, 30, when the Cowgirls
travel to Monticello to face
Jefferson County. Action starts
at 6:00.
The contest against the,
Lady Tigers will be varsity
only.
After visits to Live Oak,
JJa.ipet. and Ft. White, the
Co%\ irls ill host district foe,
Ta.ilot Counvt, on September
15 in their home opener.
Home games are played in the,
MCHS gym.
2005 Varsit .
Volley ball Roster
Sophia Blodgett,. Brit-
tany Davis, Bethanie Diet-
rich, Ashley Haynes, Megan
Jackspn, Jesica Nixon,
Katie Piotrowski, Jillian
Sheffield, Alexis "Boo"'
Sowell, Alexis Stalnaker,
SNaiaha Taylor, Mareike
Thoben, Krystal Umphehour
-and Rose Wetmore.
Head Coach: Bill
.Buiting: Assistant Coach:
Brent Doughte) Assistant
Coach: Nland\ Schuerman.\


Chelsea Stevens, Caro-
line Vickers, .Naquita
Walton,
Head Coach:. Brent
Doughtey, Assistant
Coach: BillBunting, As-.
sistant Coach: Mandy
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The spring pracuce is past,
fall workouts are winding
do%%n. the preseason games
and jamborees are over. It is
time to play football and keep
score.
Madison Counts High
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season in Lake Butler against
Union Counrt at 7:30 Frida\
night. Both teams are ranked
Sand hoping for good seasons.
NICHS has reached the
state championship game in
three of the last four Nears.
The Bo\s \\on the title in 2001
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OUTDOORS


Friday, August 26, 2005i


Beef Remains Top Of The Grill


"Beef. It's What's for Din-
ner@." This is a tagline recog-
nized by most Americans. And
thanks to Florida beef checkoff
dollars, consumers also know
that beef is what's for summer.
This is the middle of the peak
grilling season and consumers
are hungry for beef, which is
historically "king of the grill"
during the summer months. So
beginning in May and running
through Labor Day, one of the
most popular beef checkoff
programs is focusing on pro-
moting beef through a variety
of activities around summer
grilling, including in-store pro-
motions, advertising, and retail
partnerships.,
Development of the checkoff-
funded summer grilling pro-
motion and additional market-
ing and resource materials is
coordinated on behalf of the
Cattlemen's Beef Board and
state beef councils by the Na-
tional Cattlemen's Beef Asso-
ciation (NCBA). The NCBA
serves as one of the Beef
Board's contractors for check-
off-funded programs.
The summer holidays -
Memorial Day, Fourth of July,
and Labor Day -- are typical-
ly the three largest grilling
days of the year. Thanks to


beef checkoff dollars, con-
sumers are enjoying more beef
on their grills all summer long,
not just during these' peak
grilling times. This is because
the beef checkoff has created
dozens of promotions that put
the sizzle in burgers, steaks
and other beef cuts.
"Yes, the beef. checkoff is
delivering a positive message,
particularly this summer, and
it's has contributed to efforts to
increase demand for beef,"
said Polly Golden, Executive
Director, Florida Beef Council,
"In fact, demand for beef in-
creased nearly 8 percent last
year and overall has risen more
than 25 percent since 1998."
That said the Beef
Checkoff Program is commit-
ted to satisfying consumers'
appetite for beef year-round
through a variety of programs
aimed at reinforcing the con-
venience, nutrition and safety
of beef. The industry's goal re-
mains to steadily improve the
marketplace for U.S. beef pro-
ducers and keep beef top of
mind for consumers, especial-
ly during the popular summer
grilling months.
"Year after year, the sum-
mer grilling program has
gained more and more mo-


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Additionally, checkoff ef-
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that meet government guide-
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for grilling and include such
American favorites as tender-
loin, T-bone steak and 95 per-
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CARNE ASADA
Total preparation and
cooking. time: 20 to 25 min-
utes.
2 boneless beef top loin
(strip) steaks, cut 1 inch thick
(about 10 ounces each)
2 teaspoons ground cumin
2 large, cloves garlic,,
minced
2 lime %edges
'1/2 to 1 cup prepared gua-
camole
Additional lime wedges
(optional)
.1. Combine cumin and
garlic; press evenly onto beef
steaks.
1. Place steaks on grid'
over medium, ash-covered
coals. Grill, uncovered. 15 to
18 minutes for medium rare to
medium doneness, turning dc-
casioniallh.
2. Squeeze juice from 1
lime wedge over each steak.
Carve steaks into thin slices.
Serve \ ith guacamole; garnish
\ ith lime wedges, if desired.
Makes 2 to 4 servings., .
Cook's Tip: To broil, place.
steaks on rack in broiler pan so
surface of beef is 3 to 4 inches
from heat. Broil 13 to 17 min-
utes for medium rare to medi-
um doneness, turning once.
Nutrition, information
per serving (1/4 of recipe):
265 calories; 13 g fat (4 g
:saturated fat; 3 g monoun-
saturated fat); 71 mg cho-
lesterol; 214 mg sodium; 4
g carboh drate;
2.4 g fiber;'32 g protein;'
9.2 mg niacin; 0.7 mg l ita-
min B6; 1.7 mcg vitamin
B12;
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lenium; 5.8 mg zinc.


ALLIGATOR HUNTING PERMITS STILL AVAILABLE
Since 1988, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ,
(FWC) has offered thrilling, hands-on, face-to-face alligator hunting opportu- ..:.
cities that are unlike any other hunting experience imaginable: .
If this type of hunting adventure sounds exciting to you, the FWC still --- -~
has nearly 1,300 alligator harvest permits remaining for the upcoming season,
available on a first-come, first-served basis through Sept. 20.
Permit holders are authorized to take two alligators from designated areas during specific harvest
periods that run Sept. 1 through Oct 8. Alligator harvest areas are listed at MyFWC.com/alligator un-
der "Alligator Harvest Permit Availability."
Applicants have the option of applying at any county tax collector's office, license agent (retail out-
let that sells hunting and fishing licenses), online at MyFWC.com/license or by calling toll-free 1-888-
HUNT-FLORIDA (486-8356).from anywhere in the United States or Canada.
To secure a permit, applicants must submit payment for an alligator trapping license and two alli-
gator-hide validation tags, or provide proof of a valid alligator trapping license (must be valid through
Oct. 8), plus pay thefee for two hide validation tags. No other hunting licenses are required.
The cost for a resident alligator trapping license and hide validation tags is $272, and non-residents
pay $1,022. For each alligator taken, the hunter must complete and send in an alligator harvest report
form to the FWC. .Data gathered from these forms enable FWC biologists to monitor population trends
and impacts on the annual harvest.
A resident or nonresident alligator trapping: agent license is also a\ ailable to consumers for $52.
This license allows the holder to assist a trapper in taking alligators, but only in the presence of the per-
mitted trapper. All persons seeking a harvest permit must be at least 18 years old by Sept. 1, and only
one harvest permit per person will be issued.
For more information on how to get involved in .these exciting alligator hunts, ,isit
MyFWC.com/alligator and click on "Statewide Hunts." .

DEER-DOG TRAINING SEASON NEARS;

REGISTER YOUR D OGS OW


Hunters who use dogs to of dogs used to hunt deer on reg-
hunt deer on private lands in istered properties. '
Florida must now reiistei their To comply with this new
deer-dogs for the 2005-06 hunt- rule, a representative-from each
ing season., hunting club must complete the
This new\ statewide, no-cost appropriate application which is
registration program is not only available from regional FWC of-
nmandatorN during any open deer- fices and at MyFWC.com/hunt-
hunting season when taking deer ing. Proof of landow ner permis-
with dogs is permitted, but also sion or a cop) of the w rinen lease
during the upcoming deer-dog agreement must be pro\ ided
training season. along with a general map, of the
The deer-dog training sea- property show ing boundary lines
son opens Oct. 1 and runs and a legal description.
through Oct. 20 in the central.and Hunters must possess copies
south hunting zones. In the oftheirregistration while they are
North est Hunting Zone, the' hunting, and.they must keep their
training season runs Oct. 29 dogs on registered properties, as
No\ 17. required by the Hunter Responsi-
Registration ni.y be issued ability Rule.
to hunting clubs or landowners "This new statewide regis-
for anyone who wants to hunt trafion program is a direct result
deei :.ith dogs on particular' of last )ear's successful pilot pro-
tract of land. A unique registra- gram in northwest Florida, where
tion number will be issued from our commissioners tried to bal-
the Florida Fish and Wildlife ance the rights of property. own-
Conservation Commission ers while preserving the long-
(FWC)', and that number must be standing tradition of deer-dog
affixed or attached to the collars hunting in Florida," said Nick

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TO Be Taught At


By Jacob Bembri
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A hunter education course
will be held September '12-14
and 18 and.October 10-12 and
16 at North Florida Community
College. Wall\ Dauis w ill be,
the instructor for the course.
The class is mandatory for'
anyone born after June 1, 1975
to obtain a hunting license in.
the state of Florida. Davis said
that other states sometimes re-
quire proof of a hunter safety


course before they i
hunting license.
The hunter safety
Davis teaches is accept
fifty states and in Canac
During the course
will teach hunter
wildlife identification.
loading, first aid and
skills.
There is no. cost
course. All materials, in
ammunition, will be fu
by the State of Florida.


Wiley. director of the Division of
Hunting and Game Manage-
ment.
"Selentr individual proper-
ties, representing 55, deer-dog
hunt clubs, participated. Those
properties ranged from 40 to
31.000 acres and were situated in
14 of the 16 counties within the
FWC's Northwest Region," Wi-
le\ said.
With the pilot program in
place, complaints dropped 27
percent. compared to the a\ erage
of the pre\ ious four hunting sea-
sons. More importantly. onlE
five complaints were associated
with registered deer-dog hunting
clubs. In comparison, a re\ iew
of last season's complaint data
for the North Central and North-
east regions, where registration
%as not requimed,;showed'n in-
crease in deer-dog hunting com-
plaints from the average of. the
previous four hunting seasons.
For more information on
how- to register dogs and proper- ,
ty, x isit MNI) FC.com/hunting.

tion Class

NFCC


issued a ;The class will begin at 7
p.m.. Monday through Wednes-
course day evenings. On Sunday, class
ed in.all participants will get a chance to
da. shoot at Da\ is' firing range at
., Davis his home on Rocky Ford Road.
safety, Shooting will begin at 1 p.m.
muzzle Davis said that ,anyone
survival wishing to participate in, the
course, including folks who are
for the not residents of Madison Coun-
icluding ty, can pre-register by calling
rnished him at: 973-6260 or .calling
NFCC at 973-2288.


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The North Florida Fair

Association Announces

Scholarship Winner


The North Florid.. Fair
Association has annoLncied
the Year 2005 winner of the
annual Lloyd Rhoden Schol-
arship. This fund was estab- '
lished in 1985 to honor the
late Lloyd Rhoden, former
Manager of the Fair and re-
tired 4H County Extension
Director.
Each year the Fair Associ-
ation chooses a student ho :
plans to major in agriculture
education at a Florida instiuru-
tion of higher learning. The -2,_
award continues up to four
years as long as the recipient
continues to meet the re-
quirements.
This year's Lloyd Rho-
den Agricultural Schol]arship lp
goes to Jeffery. VWilluam
Cone, Jr. of Madison Couin- L-
ty. Jeffery is the son of Jet-
fery and Alacia Cone. He
was on the Deaii. Honor
Roll at North Floiida Corin-
munity College for two con-
secutive '.nji, and x"d a
parikipant, .on the .Bra.in
Bowl Team in 20-04. sern ing
as Captain in 2005. Jeffer '
has heen acti e in the commu-
nity %\ith the Explorers 4-H Club and Live-
stock 4-H Club, which involved giving pre-
sentations to elemen.iiary schools, working
on nature trails and visiting nursing homes.
Jeffery has entered the Fair's Youth Beef
Cattle show for multiple years and has been
judged the high scoring individual in Horti-
cultural and Agricultural competitions. He
has also participated in multiple exhibits
representing 4-H clubs.


Florida Livestock


Market Report
Florida Markets at a Glance


For the ,%eek ended August 18, 2005 At the Florida Litestock Auctions, receipts totaled
10,033 compared to last week 9.965 and 6.980 a ear ago two markets closed last ear due to
hurricane Charles i. According to the Florida Federal-State Li\estock Market New\s Sernice:
Sla2hliter Co\\s and Bulls were steady. feeder steers and heifers were une\enly steady.


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Feeder Steers:


Mediumm& Large


200-300 Ibs
300-400 lbs
400-500 lbs


SFeeder Heifers:


Medium &Large


200-300 lbs
300-400 lbs
400-500 lbs


Slaughter Cows:

Slaughter Bulls:


Lean` 750-1200 lbs

Yield Grade No. 1-2


Frame No. !-2

145.50-189.00
123.00-165.00
108.00-138.00


Frame N i. 1-2,

140.00-180.00
S112.00-145.00 ; .
,103.00-124.00

85-90 percent 47.00-52.00


1000-2100 Ibs


64.00-72.00


Bub6a Greene is hei Actin President Of farm Bureau


Jeffery William Cone, Jr.
Jeffery's ultimate goal is to become a
large animal veterinarian. He will be attend-
ing ithe University of Florida, in the fall, as
an Animal Science Major.
The North Florida Fair Association ap-
plauds its 2005 Lloyd Rhoden Agriculture
Scholarship winner. Since the scholarship ;
began, more than $75,000 has been made
available to recipients to further their educa-
tion. .


By Jacob Bembrv.
Greine Publishing., Inc.
Bubba Greene is the new%
acting president ofl Madison
County Farm Bureau.
Greene. whbo Ras the'
vice-president, replaces
Howell Waring. wxho died on
August 11.
Greene has. been ini-
vol ,ed in the timber industry
in Madison County for his
entire adult life. He has been
a member of .the Farm Bu-
reau for over 40 years. .
S Greene and' his wife,


Maria, have two adult chil-
dren. Jennifer. and Tanner.
The annual meeting of
the Farm Bureau will be
held September 20 at MaIdi-
s6nf'Cbunty Central School-
at 7 p.m. At that time, it \\ill
be decided w\ho %%ill be the
new president of Farm Bu-
teau.
"We're looking for w ard
to everyone attending, eat-
irig, meeting, and greeting."
Freddy Pitts,- Farm Bureau
office manager, said about
the meeting.


Bubba Greene


Livestock Assistance Program tLAP)


American Trakehner Association Hosting

First-Ever Mare Inspection In Madison County


SThanks
S ... To you, the customer, from the farmers here in Florida
and elsewhere.
( We produced ihe food you are enjoying. Getting the
". ) 1 food from our farms to your table requires process-
ing, packaging, marketing and transportation.
That creates jobs. About 21 percent of all jobs in
the country are in the food industry.
, \.I .. ,\ But it all starts with us, the famers, and
", ., ends with you, the consumer.
As farmers, we depend on the soil and
f- t. . water.
We pledge to use the
resources wisely; to continue
producing the food and fiber
you rely on.
You can depend on us!

Serving Madison, Jefferson,. & Taylof Counties
Freddy Pitts Agency Manager
Jimmy King Agent
503 W. Base St., Madison (850) 973-4071
105 W. Anderson St.. Monticello (850) 997-2213
Lauren Lilliot Agent
813 S. 11.sl ahingl St.. Perry (8501 584-2371
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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The American
Trakehner Association
will be holding its first-n
ever mare inspection in
Madison County at
Joint Venture Farim.
owned, by Jeff and
Ruthan i Gardner, on
Saturday' September
10.. .
The start time is esti-
mated at approximately
10 a.m. in the morning.
Spectators are wel-
come.
For' further informa-
tion, contact Ruthann.
at 929-4991 or contact
Linda Boyles at 971-
5392.


USDA has announced that
the sign-up period for LAP
2003 and 2004 ends Sept., 9,
2005`- ,
This program provides
payments to livestock produc-
ers for grazing losses that oc-
curred if a cattle operation's
grazing lands are in counties
declared primary disaster ar-
eas. Livestock' producers' in
contiguous counties are riot el-
igible
Payments to producers
enrolled in LAP are expected
to begin in late summer. Sec-
retary Johanns says. these pro-
grams hae helped thousands
of producers reco er from the
devastating effects of severe
weather in counties that have
recei %ed a Presidential disas-
ter declaration. .
Eligible producers are en-
couraged to enroll.
NCBA policy supports
Farm Service Agency's Live-
stock Assistance Program and
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August 26, 1955 Edition
At the MNoies
Fess Parker in Day Crockett. King of
o the Wild Frontier. Technicolor shows off this
epic bear killer. Indian fighter hero of the
Alamo. A double feature at the Woodard
Theatre and a good laugh with Abbott and
Costello Meet the Mummy, with Marie
Windsor. A mummy never had it so good.

-,, Welcome One and All
Rev. and Mrs. James Carlton and sons
of Perrn ha\ e mo\ ed into the parsonage. He
is the new pastor of the Midway Church of
) God. Everyone was welcome to come to the
revival On September 4th. Many were visit-
ing this week one such was Mrs. E.E.
Phillips daughter, Margaret.

Down Home safety
George Studstill. Lovert, Ralph and
Wallace Bailey attended the 4-H Tractor
Clinic at Camp Timpoochee. Ralph Bailey
and his team won first place with their
Demonstration of greasing the wheel bear-
ings. Sponsor of the program to keep our
farm bo, s safe \\as the American Oil Com-
pany.


tep 1Eae6
August 27, 1975 so sorely
Bridge Party
IMrs. W.T. Beggs, Miss Mary Carol
Naughton and Mrs. T.J. Beggs IB were enter- U
trained Thursday afternoon with a dessert Are
bridge complimenting Miss Besty Harrison ing? DoN
the bride elect. Gifts from the hostesses to or about
their honoree %were a siler tray and pie plate. park it ?
tions is to
No National Park Extensio
From the opposition expressed at the ty of Fl.
Su%% annee valley meeting last week it is prob- that \ ill
able that the Suwannee River will not be
made into a great national park. We feel the
government would not push this on the peo- Stan
pie it they do not want the park. Property own- Gideon p
ers along the river might loath to pan w ith Country.
their land. There is a highly organized group Burnett-I
opposed to the national park idea and they held. Fri
have had representatives at each hearing, a cover
Suwannc
Nothing Changes
Up to 35 of the small popular motorcy- (
cles have been seen on the streets of Madison. Re.
These motor vehicles, for that is what they Lake Fir
are. must obey the laws. Safety and the law is the Pana
the most important thing for our young teens revival i
to leam. This breeds respect for law and order hearsal
and raises the type of citizens that this country NMethodi:


needs t
needs today.


August 29.1975 Edition
Understanding Living Mobil
you interested in mobile home liv-
you need information about the law s
ownership or how\ about where to
A program answering many ques-
o be held by Faye Plowvman from the
n Housing Specialist from Universi-
Plowman is heading up the program
help us understand all our questions.

What To Do For Fun
t the day out right by going to the
prayer breakfast at the K & NM. On the
Calendar later in the day the Sevor-
Keeling-Gaston Reunion was to be
ends and family all invited just bring
ed dish and come on over to the
ee River State Park.

Cherry Lake Church News
. Mark McCoy pastor of the Cherry
st Baptist Church left'for his trip to
ma Canal Zone. He is to conduct a
n his former church there. Choir re-
\will begin at the Cherrm Lake
st Church on Tuesday night.


August 30, 1985
Flying High
County Commission opens bids for
Sheriff's air force. One bid was received from
Nlaule Air Inc. of $43,395 to provide a single
engine airplane capable of short take-off and
landing among other needs. Price was consid-
er a good bid.

Certification Workshop
Becky Griffin. aerobic dance instructor
for her Studio went to a w workshop that was
conducted by Fitness For Life. This was in
order for her to be a certified aerobic witness
educators/instructors. With this extra train-
ing she can provide her clients the safest,
most productive fitness program possible.

Library Has Nlany to Thank
Madison County Library Construction
under way after money problems. Senator
Grant was able to get funding through the -
State of Florida. Much support from the com-
munity of Madison, the Madison Woman's -
Club, Mrs. Jackie Johnson and the City
Council and the Board of Commissioners'
%were all working together to help paid off
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8/27 & 8/28
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Chief Canoe w/trailer I
$500 973-1284 or 464-0522


Just in time for 'hunting season
For sale 1994 GMC Suburban 4x4,
custom grill & flood lights. Rear
mirror, has a few dents but runs
great. $5.000 obo 973-1284 or 464-
0522



6Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New
in boxes, sacrifice $550.
850-222-7783
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beautiful
cherry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood
-: King sleigh bed, dresser, mirror,
chest, 2 nightstands. Sug. List,
$4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112


MATTRESS SET New full set
with factory warranty, $99, call
850-222-7783
Queen Mattress set, double pillow
top. New in plastic with warranty.
$150. 850-425-8374
FORMAL DINING ROOM -
Brand new cherry table with 6
chairs and lighted china cabinet.
$3K retail, sell for $999.
8,50-425-8374
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250.
Brand new, solid wood.
850-222-9879
251bs. of
Clean Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
850-973-4141

INCOME
OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Three rental mobile homes in an
established trailer park. Current
renters have rented these homes
for approximately three years.
Always pay on time, and take
care of house. $24,000. for all
three homes.
Will sign lot rent contract to
assure return of your invest-
ment.
" Call 850-973-6131 or
850-464-1165

Snake for Sale
4' long Albino Burmese Python,
$300 Call 850-929-2487
NEW Brand Name King Mattress
Set, $250, in factory plastic, war-
ranty. 850-425-8374
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic.
Must sell, $125. 850-545-7112
New leather sofa and loveseat.
$750, can deliver. 850-222-2113




Wanted to Purchase
Potters Wheel
Please call Susan
Home -948-5097 or
Work-973-4141


Blue and Red Nose Pit Bull Pup-
pies for sale. Asking $150, call
for details. 850-948-5523





Trailer for Rent
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, no pets
and no kids. 850-973-2504

Unfurnished Cabin
Private entrance, One person, $425
mo plus security. Includes utilities
and satellite.
850-973-4073 or 850-673-1117
Homes for Rent
1, 2, & 3 bedroom homes, HUD
accepted. Day- 850-973-4527 or
Night- 850-973-1336

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

Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity

(Southem nllas of

C. adison apartments

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


Greenville Ointe

A 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


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Watermelon Land
For Lease
Several hundred acres of new
ground and old laid out fields.
South of Madison city limits near
Browning and Sons watermelon
packing house. Ideal for watermel-
on land
Contact Tommy Greene at
(850) 973-4141

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





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Home For Sale
Rt. 1, Box 3136-S, Madison, FL
(Cherry Lake Farms) .
East of SR 53 & North of SR 150
1,120 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms/ 2 baths / 2
acres. Pnce .$,u,000 or make offer
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Madison County
Solid Waste
Recycling Department

Job Title : Solid Waste &
Recycling Coordinator
Salary: Negotiable

Job Duties: Responsible for the
overall, coordination and manage-
ment of the Madison County Solid
Waste, Recycling and. Household
Hazardous Waste Programs. This
is a supervisory position within the
Madison County Public Works De-
partment under the direct supervi-
sion of the Public Works Director.
Additional responsibilities include
facilities maintenance of the Closed
Landfill and Superfund Sites.
Minimum Qualifications: -
Bachelor's Degree preferred.
A minimum of three (3) years Ad-
ministrative and
supervisory experience required.
Valid Driver's License.

Closing Date : Tuesday, August
30th, 2005 at 5:00 p.m.
For More Information: Employ-
ment applications may be obtained
from and submitted to the County
Commission Office between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday thru
Friday in the Courthouse Annex at
112 E. Pinckney Street, Room 219,
Madison, Florida 32340. For fur-
ther information on the job itself,
contact the Department of Public
Works/Road Department Office at
Phone Number (850) 973-2156.
Madison County is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace


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Professional appearance and
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Janitorial- Part Time
General maintenance and cleaning
for production facility. Requires
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Benefits, competitive wage & op-
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application at Relief Printing 240
SW Commerce Drive, Madison, FL
32340
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Pine Lake Nursing Home
Job Title: Social Services Director

Duties: Responsible for planning,
developing, organizing,. imple-
menting. evaluating and directing
the Social Service Department in
accordance 'with current existing
federal, state, and local standards,
as well as our established policies
and proceduie, to ensure that the
medically related emotional and so-
cial- needs of the residents are
met/maintained on an individual
basis.
Qualifications:-A minimum of HS
diploma; bachelor's degree pre-
ferred. A bachelor's degree in so-
cial work or in a human services
field is acceptable.
Salary and benefits are competi-
' tive. Experience in this field pre-
ferred but not required.
Applications may be obtained
from:
Pine Lake Nursing Home
13455 West H\%, 90
Greenville, FL 32331
850-948-4601, FAX 850-948-1702


Seeking worker ith multitude o'
outdoor impro'emeni abilities:
capable of learning mastering
new skilk quickly : must be able to
work with ,demanding boss who
lomes to worship Gud 'b\ all he does
&has no tolerance for illegal drugs.
EOE. Call s50-545-l-7.6 ith
salarN requirements.


The City of Madison
%%ill be accepting appticauon' for a
Natural Gas Tech Trainee. Appli-
cants must be 18 years of age. pos-
sess a valid Florida Driners Li-
cense, high school 'diploma, or
GED, pass a drug test, 'background
check and physical examination.
We otould prefer someone with at
least one -ear of field experience in
pipefitting or gas related work.
Job applications and descriptions of
Srk iequir m be ped up at
Ci4) Hall between the hours of 8- 00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday. We will be accept-
ing applications for this position
from August 22. until September 2.
20,15.

The City of Madison is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and recog-
nizes' veteran's preference

Work ante


Tractor Work
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mowing, Dicing. tilling and box
blading. Call 973-6326.
Do you need a
Handyman?
If you are elderly or need a man to
work around your home or yards,
please call me to work for you. I'm
reasonable, honest and pride myself
on doing a good job for you. I also
give Seniors a discount: Located in
Madison area.
Please call 850-973-6991
before 9pm.


LICENSED COUNSELOR
#1182 A Master's Degree with a
major in psychology, social work,
counseling or a related human ser-
vices field and three year of related
professional experience, Florida li-
censed, clinical social worker or
mental health counselor preferred.
Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri-
day.
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plete listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
850-523-3217 or 800-226-2931
Human Resources
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servation Commission's Statewide
Nuisance Alligator Program is
looking for nuisance alligator trap- ,
per(s) for Madison, Lafayette, and
Taylor counties. Must have clean
criminal history and no fish or
wildlife violations. For informa-
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Relief Printing is looking for a Web
Designer who has .experience with
graphic design (Photioshop, lllustra-
tor) as well as web design (HTML,
JavaScript, Flash, Java). Candidate
must be creative and able to work
with customer guidelines to deliver
interactive and user-friendly con-
tent in an aggressive time frame.
Knowledge of web scripting lan-
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this position, please contact Teri
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Receptionist/Secretary
W/Computer Experience.
(1 person)
Part-Time
Well groomed and Pleasant Person-
ality a must! Clear command of the
English language. Dependable,
able to type 40wpm and to work
well with public.
Apply in person at only:
Greene Publishing, Inc.,
HWY 53 South Madison.

Office Staff Person
Growing Insurance agency look-
ing for take charge staff sales
person. Established office ir ie
Madison area. Must b A r
oriented, pro- '
ance. SP'
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p growth potential. Send re-
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LEGAL$~


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that A.T. GIBSON, JR, the holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the description of property, and name in which it is assessed is as
follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 98-403
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 1998
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED KATHERINE ANTHONY
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY BEG AT SE COR, RUN N 674' TO POB, cont 121,
W 267', S 264' e 221', to POB being part of N1/2
of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4
08-ln-093476-000-000

All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the west door at the Madison County Courthouse on the
7th day of SEPTEMBER, 2005, at 11:00 am.

Dated this 22 day of JULY, 2005.

TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON, FLORIDA

By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
8/5, 8/12.8/19, 8/26

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION


MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR TAYLOR, BEAN
& WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,



MARY FRANCES MAULDIN A/K/A MARY F.
MAULDIN, et al,
Defendantss.


CASE NO. 2005-219-CA
DIVISION


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgement of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated August 1U1, 2005 and entered in Case NO. 2005-219-CA of the Circuit
Court of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County, Florida wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR
TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORPORATION,. is the Plaintiff and
MARY FRANCES MAULDIN A/K/A MARY F. MAULDIN; THE CITIZENS 1I lNK OF
PERRY; are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at E '%ST
DOOR OF THE MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on the 12th day of
Sept. 2001)5. the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment:

BEGIN AT THE NORTHIE'sT CORNER OF LOT NO. II Of LIA.
INGSTON ADDITION TO THE TOVHN OF MADISON. FLORIDA. .ND
RUN THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 42 MINUTES EST 197.6 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 42 MINUTES WEST, 222.5 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 87 DE-.
GREES 52 MINUTES EAST, 133.00 FEET;, THENCE RULN NORTH 00 DE.
GREES 42 MINUTES EAST, 222.5 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE-
GREES 52 MINUTES WEST, 133.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, AND BEING A PART OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER, SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST.

A/K/A 509 N Range Sitret, Madison. FL 32340

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on August 11, 2005.

Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit Court


By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


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The following is a list of unclaimed bond money held by the Madison County Sheriff's Of-
fice. Persons having or claiming any interest in said funds or any portion of them shall file
their written claims with the Sheriff or Clerk of Court and shall make sufficient proof to
said Sheriff or Clerk of his ownership and upon so doing shall be entitled to receive any
part of the money so claimed. Unless such bond money is claimed on or before the first day
of September, 2005, same shall be declared forfeited and all claims in reference thereto are
forever barred.


LONNIE LEE DAVIS

SIMON CASTRO

MICHAEL ALLEN
O'QUINN


1-31-05

2-1-05


12-1-01


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200.00


390.00


8/5, 8/12, 8/19, 8/26, 9/2

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that A.T. GIBSON, JR, the holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificalt num-
ber and year of issuance, the description of property, and name in u which it is assessed is as
follows: -

CERTIFICATE NO. 98-668
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 1998
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED ESTATE OF WILLIE FEACHER
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY BEG @THE NW COFR OF NEI/4, RUN E 1321 TO
POB IN NW COR OF HEREIN PARCEL S150'
E106'N150' W106' TO POB, BEING PART OF THE
N2 OF NE1/4 PARCEL NO. 33-1N-09-5134-002-018
All of said property being in the County of Madison, Ptale of Florida. LUnless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in -uch cernificale H ill
be sold to the highest bidder at the west door at the Madison County Courthouse on the
14th day of SEPTEMBER, 2005, at 11:00 am. -

Dated this 27 day of JULY, 2005.

TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON, FLORIDA

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2005-66-CP

IN RE: ESTATE OF

KATHERINE C. SMITH

Deceased.


NOTICE OFANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION
The undersigned, as personal representative of the above estate, hereby give
notice that an ancillary administration procedure for the estate of the above-named Deceder
was commenced on September 16, 2004, and Is now pending as case number 03D-4554 In th
Clerk of Superior Court In the Stale of Georgia, County of Tift.
The name and residence address of the ancillary personal representative ar
Mary Alice Castleberry, 3636 Taylor Road, Musella, GA 31066 and the nature an
approximate value of the ancillary assets are real property valued at approximately
S75,000.00.
Under penalties ofperjur), I declare that I has e read the foregoing, and the fac
alleged are true, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Executed this 151H day of June, 2005.

Is/ Clay A. Schnltker /as/MaryAlice Castlebery /
Clay A. Schnitker Mary Alice Castleberry
Fla. Bar No. 349143 3636 Taylor Road
Post Office Drawer 652 Musella, GA 31066
Madison, Florida 32341 Personal Representatihe
(850) 973-1186
Attorney for Personal Representative
8/19 8/26


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2005-65-CP

IN RE: ESTATE OF

GUY E.SMINTH

Deceased.


NOTICE OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION

The undersigned, as personal representative of ihe above estalle, hereby gives
notice that an ancillary administration procedure for the estate ofthe above-named Decedent
was commenced on September 16, 2004, and Is now pending as case number 03D-4554 In the
Clerk of Superior Court In the State of Georgia, County of TIft.
The name and residence address of the ancillary personal representadie are
Mary Alice Castleberry, 3636 Taylor Road. Musella, GA 31066 and the nature and
approximate value of the ancillary assets are real property salued at aproximately
575,000.00.
Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have read the foregoing, and the facts
alleged are true. to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Executed ihis 15th day of June. 2005.


is/Clay A. Schnltker
Clay A. Schnitker
Fla. Bar No. 349143 ..'
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-1186
Attorney for Personal Representatl


Is/ Mary A lice Casideberry
Mary Alice Castleberry
3636 Taylor Road
Musella,GA 31066
Personal Representative


8/26. 9/2


AMENDED NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER ADOPTION
OF COUNrT ORDINANCE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on August 12, 2005 notice was erroneously
published In this paper that the Board ofCount) Commissioners of MadisonCounty. Florida.
would consider the below referenced ordinance.onSeptember 5, 2005. This notice was
Incorrect and should be disregarded.

NOTICE IS HEREBY. GI EN of,-he-lmentienn-,-ol-lth Board of County. .-
Commissioners or Madison County. Florida, pursbanifl'od iectlon 5.66, Florida Slatutes, to
consider the adoption of a proposed ordinance at the regular meedng of said Board to be held
at 9:30 a.m., on September 7, 2005. at the Board of County Commissioner's Room. Room No.
107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 112 East Pinckney, Madison, Florida. 32340 the
title to1 vhlch is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2005- : ,

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF MADISON COUNT'. FLORIDA,
GRANTING TO MADISON COUNTY AND OTHERS THE
POWER TO ENFORCE THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION.
381.00655, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED, WHICH
MANDATES HOMEOWNERS AND PROPERTY O VNERS TO
CONNECTTOANDUSE AVAILABLESEWERAGESYSTEMS-
: PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS: PRO\ HIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECT E DATE .

The proposed ordinance ma) be Imnpcted by the public during normal business
hours at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County. Florida, In the
Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida. All Interested parades may appear at the *
abose meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.

if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to.
participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cosi lo )ou, to the provision of certain-
assistance. Please contact Tim Sanders, Clerk of Court, at Post Office Box 237, Madison. -
Florida 32341, telephone:185.I 973-1500, at least 3 working dass prior lo the meeting date;.
if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-87I.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made b) the Board with respect to any
manner considered at such met itng he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that,'
for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a vsrbatim record of the proceedings Is '
made, which record Includes the testimony and evidence upon hlichlthe appeal Is to be'
based. .

DATED this 22 day of August, A. D. 2005. r

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


BY: /s/Tim Sanders,
Tim Sanders,
Clerk

08/26/05


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