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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        Page A 1
    Section A: Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
    Section A: Main: Around Madison County
        Page A 4
        Page A 5
        Page A 6
    Section A: Main: Around Lee
        Page A 7
    Section A: Main: Church
        Page A 8
    Section A: Main continued
        Page A 9
        Page A 10
    Section B: Community
        Page B 1
    Section B: Community continued
        Page B 2
    Section B: Community: Farm
        Page B 3
    Section B: Community: Outdoors
        Page B 4
    Section B: Community continued
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    Section B: Community: Classifieds
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    Section B: Community: Legals
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Our 141th Year, Number 1


Long

Distance

Service

Interrupted





By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Long distance service has
been affected for much of the
Big Bend and Panhandle, fol-
lowing Hurricane Katrina.
Madison County residents
may have found their long dis-
tance to.be sporadic, with long
distance working at some
times, but not at others. .
According to Nanci
Schwartz, Communications
Director for Sprint, the inter-
ruptioh was caused by damage
to a main switch in New Or-
leans, La. She said that this
switch, which provides long
distance to this area, services
much of Northwest Florida.
Among those affected by
the storm were Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital and the VA
Medical Center in Tallahassee.
Since all of the \A's patient in-
foi nation is on pri ate files on
the Internet, the staff had to
close the pharmacy down. If
Please see, Long Distance,
Page 3A

Fort Mack

Hosts

Haunted

Ghost Town


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Fort Mack will host its
Haunted Ghost Town this Fri-
day, September 2, through
Sunday, Sep-
tember 4,
from 7 until
10 p.m. each
night.
The en-
tire oldren, st-
ern town will
be haunted. Ghosts, goblins
and terrors of the night will
.emerge in the night to scare the
li% ine daN lights out of you!
Admission is $5 per per-
son. Children, three and under,
get in free.
Please see ad, page 6A

Dave Galbraith
Football League
Sign-Ups Set
For Saturday
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Sign-ups for the Dave
Galbraith Football League will
be Saturday, September 3,.
from 9 a.m.
i. until 12 noon
at the Madison
County Court-
house.
S Participants
.s.. o wishing to
play should bring $50. The
cost includes insurance for
players.
Billy Tolar, League Presi-
dent, urges everyone who
missed the previous sign-ups
to attend.


Friday, September 2, 2005


NMadison, Florida 32340


People waited in line at the gas pumps on Wednesday e~ening. fearing a gas shortage and higher gas prices, caused by
Hurricane Katrina. Local stations, such as the Shell station (pictured aboie). feared that they would not receive more fuel.
On Thursday, the outlook was better, as two pipelines were fixed and re-opened in Bainbridge. Ga. (Greene Publishing. Inc.
Photo,by Emerald Kinsley. August 31. 2005)


Bi Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishin Inc
Madison Count3 con-
suners. still recovering from
the most recent w ax e of gaso-
line price increases, could face


eten higher price- perhaps
* as much as 30-40 cents a gallon
n the aftermath of Hurri-
cane Katrina.
Allen Fo2, ow ner of Fast
Track, which is based ini


G.iine. il]lk- .indt *.'.II n-al >ninib Ir
of convenience stores in NMadi-
son, said Thursday morning
that he didn't expect any fuel
supply problems at the moment
but "that could change on an


houi-to-hotur basis"
Fog said that. as new sup-
plies come in. he expects gas
prices to rise.
Jackson Dickinson. at
Please see Gas, Page 3A


Baptists Send Relief To Hurricane Katrina Victims


A crew from the Middle Florida Baptist Association was set to leave for Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Thursday morning.
They were going to help with the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. Pictured left to right: Howard Pickels, Jack Pickels. Gene
Stokes. Geraldine Stokes, Garr) Spears. Bern Smith. Linda Howell. Phillip Howell, John % heeler and Ed Wheeler. To read
more about local relief efforts, involving Hurricane Katrina, please see page IB. iGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob
Bembry, September.1, 2005)


Sleepy Driver Causes Two-Car Crash


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Miraculously, no one was in-
jured in a two-car crash, which oc-
curred last Friday, August 26, on In-
terstate 10, near the 248-mile mark-
er.
According to a Florida High-
way Patrol report, Roger S. Ten-
nant, 22, was eastbound in a 2005
Nissan, when he dozed off and went
across the westbound lane and
crashed into a 2004 Ford Expedi-
tion, driven by Tammy D. Tim-
mons, 39, who was carrying passen-
gers Willie Timmons, 43, Sierra
Timmons, 19, and Dyllun Tim-
mons, 4
FHP Trooper Daniel Jones was


A 2005 Nissan. driven by Roger S. Tennant "as demolished after the driver fell
asleep and plowed into a 2004 Ford Expedition. (Greene Publishing, Inc. by Emerald
Kinsley, August 26, 2005) -


More

Unanswered

Hospital

Questions
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,i. lt.
Greene Publishing. Inc
continues atu nptinSg to ask
questions regarding the Madi-
son Coiunr' Klemi,,ial Hospi-
tal. So fa); our questions 1aivc
not been answered
'Chairwoman Faye
Todd. weren't you aware that
there k as a February 18, 1998.
letter addressed: to Deena
Haimes, who was then interim
administrator at Madison
Counts Memorial Hospital.
from hospital attorney Jeffery
Howell, stating that. according
to an anorney general's opin-
ion executive sessions (secret
meetings) of the hospital board
were illegal and that the\ do
fall under Florida's Sunshine
Law?
Chairwoman Fa) e
Todd. with this information at
your disposal. \\h\ did you
choose to have. and continue
to ha\e. secret meeungs?
4Chairwoman Fae
Todd. dunng the \ears 2000
and 2001. utility companies.
the CitN of Madison and Flori-
da Power. "ere in the process
of pulling ser ices from the
hospital, for lack of payment.
This could have closed the
hospital. Why would you put
the same person, who w as in
charge of making those pay-
ments, in as interim adnminis-
trator to run the hospital, or are
\ou still calling the shots?
"Chairwoman Fa.e
Todd, in reference to interim
CEO Deena Hames, did you
approve her releasing current
confidential financial informa-
tion to Clemons, Rutherford &
Associates (CRAi) for the pur-
poses of presenting a program
to the Board of Directors on
building a hospital?
rChairwoman Faye
Todd, when Billy Rutherford
(CRA) was a guest at the July
2005 board meeting, wasn't he
supposed to explain the
Please see Hospital, Page 3A


Car vs.


Semi

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.'
A car %s. semni wreck took
place on Tuesday. August 30,
at 11 a.m. on Interstate 10 near
the 254-mile marker,
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, a 1997
pickup, driven by Andrew
Saint, 19, of Gladstone, Mis-
souri, was headed east in the
left lane. A 2005 Mack flatbed
truck, driven by Lyle South-
wick, 47, of Fernandina
Beach, was headed east in the
right lane.
For unknown reasons,
Saint Veered right and rear-
ended the back of the semi.
There were no injuries in
the collision.
FHP Trooper Gus
Smyrnios was the investigat-
ing. officer.


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Gospel Blast 2005

Is Here!,

Friday, September 2, at Lee Worship Center;
Saturday, September 3, at Lee Town Hall
Gospel Blast 2005 will be held Friday, September 2, at Lee
Worship Center, and Saturday, September 3, at Lee Town Hall.
The singers are all lined up. The end-of-summer festival lis
coming along nicely, thanks to Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Doyle
and Sherry Glass, Octavious Tookes and all the others (who I am
afraid to begin to name, because I am afraid I will miss some-
one). They have done a fantastic job..
The support I've gotten from singers has been fabulous. I
don't want to forget to mention that the kickoff for Gospel Blast
2005 will be Friday, September 2, at Lee Worship Center, be-
ginning at 7 p.m. A delicious smoked pork dinner will be served,
free of charge and the money from the love offering received at
the open microphone sing will go to that church's building fund.
There will be a delicious lunch served for five dollars the
next day at Gospel Blast 2005. It \ ill be a barbecue chicken,
lunch, with two vegetables, a roll, dessert and tea. The cost for
that will be $5 per meal and go to) ards ICAN, Inc., which is a
Christian, non-profit organization dedicated to helpiiig those in
need in Madison County.
There will also be a dunking booth, arts and crafts'booths,
food booths, a ring toss, a cake walk, face painting, train rides,-
free puppet shows and.clowns throughout the day.
If that isn't enough to get you interested in coming. just look
at,the lineup of emcees, which ill include KennN Hall and Bart
Alford, and the always-funny (but are they really trying?)'
George Pridgeon and Jim Taylor.
One-other thing that should be noted is, if you stay in to%% n
this Labor Day weekend and come to Gospel Blast. you will be
saving money on fuel. You don't have to travel to have fun,
come to Gospel Blast 2005 and the End-of-Summer Festival!
Gospel Blast 2005 is dedicated, as it is each .year, to the
memory of my mother, Louella Sealey Bembry.
May God bless each and every one of you! Hope to see you
at Gospel Blast 2005 either Friday night or Saturday morning -
or maybe both! ,


H & R Block
of Madison


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(850) 973-3800


Tri-County Electric

Needs New .


Blood On Board
Dear Editor:
The annual meeting of the members of Tri-County Electric
Cooperative is set for September 17th in Madison.
It is very important that every member of this Cooperative
be at this meeting. There are some new measures that need to
be taken for the good of the Cooperative.
We heed some new blood on the Board of Trustees. We are
suggesting that term limits be set for each trustee. There are
people ouit there that will fill these seats, if the reining trustee has
to sit down. .
We also need to institute absentee ballotin.. \Ve ha\ e a col-
lection site in each County: these could be used for absentee bal-
loting. This process works for our Go\ ernment, and it can work
for us. It will enable the members who cannot attend the annu-
al nieeting to ha\e a say in cooperate changes.
We would also like to ha\e the meeting mo\ed to Ta\lor
County. This \ would not need a bx -l.i cLharige The by -lai s al-
reads state that the annual meeting is to be held in Madison. Jef-
ferson or Tailor Counties. Tas1lor or Perrn is more central\ lo-
cated in the Cooperati e territory. \Ve would ha\e mote restau-
rants, and after meeting shopping spaces than Madison. or an\
other place in our territorN
We also need some ne\\ faces at the meeting in ask \\h e\ e
are pa ing the hiughtest electrical rate in the State. and on that is
added a 15.6- power cost adjustment?
We need enough members there to keep the business meet-
ing front being closed until the question is asked, ,"Are there any
further busiriess to be attended to The\ did this at the last
meeting. The question was never asked.
There is a la\\ suit in process to make the tiistees repa\ the
money they took from us for health insurance. \Vhich if the
member's representati\ es win will benefit every member of this
Cooperatis e in the form of credits applied'to their electrical bill.
We desperately need the support of all the members at this An-
nual Meeting. Please mark your calendar and attend this meet-
ing. September 17, registration between 9:00 A.M. and 10:00
a.m.Van H. Priest Auditorn.

Martha C.'Lloyd


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H&R BLOCK


The Harvest And The

Laborers Should Even Out
We read in the papers that farmers and factory owners need
employees. Since v, e need them, we should allow workers from
other countries to jump across our borders and into the fields of
labor. Vicente Fox, the President of Mexico, commented suc-
cinctly, "They are doing work even the blacks in America won't
do."
MNaybe he w as right. But may be he should have added, ...for
the meager pa\ that is offered for those jobs." To the illegal alien
from Central or South America. $1.000 a month may seem like
a fortune. How e'er. even the most poorly educated people of
America know that picking tomatoes and chili peppers should
result in a larger paycheck. Low ly sew ing machine operators
know that without them the fashion industry would d grind to a
halt.l so their union demands a li\ ing w age.
The living wage is a fairly new idea. Just o0er one hundred
years ago. a father would trot his ten-year-old son do n to the
village stablemaster and apprentice the child to the man. The
child would spend seen \ears learning about taking care,of
horses and their needs, usually for a salary akin to a penny a
week. 'The parents usually got the mone\.i The child had little
choice.
Today, the child has no choice: he is not allotted to work in
the United States. Ho\ e\er. "hen he reaches the age of work, he
can choose his task. He may indenture himself to a grape-grow -
er, but he is not entrenched in growing grapes for all of his life.
He gets to choose a vocation, a career. maybe ti\o or three o\er
a lifetime. And, except for taxes, he gets to keep his income. The
catch? That income must approach living-\wage status. The la-
borer is worth) of his hire.
Check out the classified section of any city, newspaper.
You'll.find dozens of listings for available jobs. Why? In the
same section. you'll notice a plethora of people seeking jobs.
Why? Why can't we get the jobs and the job-seekers together?
In these cases, illegal aliens willing to slave a ay\ for meager
pay will not fill the slots. Most do not ha'e the skills to do the
advertised jobs.
Monday--Labor Da\-is a time to reflect on our national
situation. While we're firing up the grill, let's consider avenues
toward good salaries for our workers. As we boil eggs for the
potato salad. let's think about how we can assure decent housing
for service industry employees. As we mix up the frosting for
that.pi,g-pickingcaeas,\\ exempt bags of ice into the cooler, as
we set out the laiw n chairs, let's remember that the da\ is an hon-
or and a recognition for those who labor, either for or beside us.
Monday is more than a holiday. We all ha\e a stake in the
future of our labor force. We stakeholders must align oursehes
with workers,.of every level, so that we can be sure we have
enough laborers for the field. -"The harvest is plentiful. but the
laborers are few." Is this'true of America? If so, illegal aliens and
"guest" workers are not the answer Solid pay, effective educa-
tion, and an old-fashioned work ethic "\ill fill the posts. Most,
people want to work. but they expect ample remuneration for
that work. At this season, let's do what we can to insure that all
laboring men and w omen find satisfying employment and the re-
wards that spring from it. Have a good Labor Day. And re-
member those \ ho labor that we maN ha e the goods our hearts
desire.'

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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


This coming Monday, days of the year,. people
September 5, is Labor Day. throughout the world just get
It is a great idea honor- up and go to the factory or of-.
ing working people. Most fice or farmhand work. They

Hospital con from page 1A
$400,000 payment he received for a previous survey? Didn't he
instead present, with two assistants and with updated hospital
information, plans to build a new hospital that will cost up-to
$20 million, instead of the original $16 million?
-Chairwoman Faye Todd, what is this presentation going
to cost?
Chairwoman Faye Todd, isn't it correct that, at this time,
you haven't put out- any other bids to build a new hospital?
.fChairwoman Faye Todd, how will you pay for it?,
SInterim CEO Deena Hames, is it true that in July 2004,
that you had the attorney who had previously filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy for the hospital come to the hospital with plans to
file Chapter 7 bankruptcy and did he request $30,000 for his ser-
vices and the hospital had no mony to make that payment up-
front?
"Interim CEO Deena Hames, wouldn't filing bankruptcy
prevent the hospital from having to repay the money owed to the
county's taxpayers?
-Interim CEO Deena Hames, is it true that, at that time,
you had:$90,000 showing that as a\ ailable to repa\ the coun-
ty, when, in reality, there was only $4,000?
r"Interim CEO Deena Hames, is this considered 'appropri-
ate bookkeeping, or is it also hiding the truth from dithe public?
S"Chairwoman Faye Todd. w ith so many of these type
questions coming from the public, why did you fie the only suc-
cessful CEO in memory? Is there a pre-planned agenda that is
being hidden from the public?

G as co.nt from page 1A
Hall's Express Lube. said that Hall's \as expecting a supply of
unleaded fuel to arrive Thursday. He said that the station had
plenty of mid-grade and premium fuel available.
When asked how high he expected the fuel to rise, he
replied, "It won't go over $2.99 a gallon here, because our
pdmps 'can't go up over $3.00." : -'
Latrelle Ragans, co-owner of Jimmie's Truck Stop and Jim'
mie's Auto Truck Plaza. said that Jim Smith, the head of Flori-
da's petroleum industry, had told everyone not to worry about
supp1\.
"Florida is okay for the next week or so," Smith had said.
Ragans also noted that two pipelines, which go into Bain-
bridge, Ga., have been repaired and are once again operational.
The Ragans' don't foresee any problem with supply at this
point. .
The owners of Johnrson & Johnson could not be contacted
by phone. A representative at one of their stations said, howev-
er, that a fuel truck was expected to arrive at his station that da\.
He didn't know at what time, however.
The storm halted oil production in the Gulf of Mexico *and
tore through the U.S. oil refining industry closing plants that
supply most of the gas, diesel oil and other fuels. "
Katrina created a frenzy among oil and gas traders, pushing
prices to ne\x highs. Crude futures reached more than $70 a bar-
rel but slipped to: $69.15 after the storm's strength \\ as dowI n-
graded. Gasoline for September delivery rose 13.37 cents,' to
$2.0606 a gallon, on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the
highest since the contract began trading in 1984.
Experts estimated that the refineries probably will take five
to ,'10 days to return to normal production.


Long Distance com from page 1A

patients had their medicine bottles, however, they could be re-,
filled. New labels could not be printed. ,
Schwartz said that Madison Count customers' long dis-
tance service and dedicated Internet lines would be affected.-
She said that the switch does not affect DSL lines.
"We're dedicated to restoring full service to our cus-
tomers," Schwartz said. "It's a sloN process. We're dealing with
a major disaster."


Announcing^


come home and then go to
work the next day.
But about 100 years ago,_
some folks decided to try to
set aside, a day to honor work-
ing people. There' are special
days to honor everyone and
everything else-remember
Groundhog Day?
Some records show that
Peter J. McGuire, a labor orga-
nizer in the Northeast, was the
one who began the Labor Day
idea. Others, say it was some-.
one else who began the v. hole
plan of, honoring workers.
Good idea.
The first Labor Day was,
celebrated on September 5,
1882, in New York City. E\eo
though many things from New
York do not seem so great to
me, this idea is good.
For several years the day.
was celebrated by a fe sutates..
and later became a national
holiday.
The da\ is usii'll cele-"
*brated by picnics and football
and relaxing. Sometimes there
are more formal things such as
speeches-.. In 1894 it became
an official holiday, when Con-
greas pised a law.,
Labor Dci has come to be
recognized in the United
States not only as a celebra-
[ion of the v. working people. but
sort of the unofficial end of the
summer season. In parts of
America, summer begins with
Memorial Day and ends with
Labor Day.
In Florida. e kno'\ that
the summer weather contin-
ues on through September.
but we celebrate the day an\ -
way.' '
Theie is a '.er interesting
Bible passage in Ephesians,
Chapter 6. We are told to
serve and work as though .we
were doing thi'ngr, for God,
not earth\ bone'.s or masters.
Thank you, working peo-




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Madison County...

Jail Repo
8/24/05 Stephens--Ag
Terris Dewayne Jones- tery
-Criminal registration Kizzy Ku
Zerron McDaniel-- -DWLSR or c
Concealed weapon, pos- 8/28/05
session of cocaine with in- Sedrick I
tent to sell, possession of. DWLSR or ce
firearm :by. a .convicted Raul Cal
felon, possession of marl- ria--Attaching
juana less than 20 grams signed, no n
8/25/05 registration,
Amber Renee expired drike
Williams--VOP (county). Decarla :
Laquinton Jerrod Dob- nell--VOP ici
son--VOP (county) 8/29/05
Melvin Terence Mc- Robert i
Quay, Jr.--Criminal .regis- tosh--Crimina
Station Vicente
Dominique Sade No valid or e
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S Words from Governor Jeb Bush:

Workforce Development Week

WHEREAS, meaningful employment is fundamental to maintaining healthy
families and strong communities; and
WHEREAS, Florida's workforce isWrittlil to the economic growth of our
state; and
WHEREAS, Florida's workforce development system, including the dedicated
men and women of the workforce boards and One-Stop Career Centers
statewide, have time and again rallied to assist our state in dealing with
enormous challenges; and
WHEREAS, Florida's wo(!f4l00 ,inde exceptional
contributions In making FlorlWa Ii ecnomic growth and job
creation; .
NOW THEREFORE, I, Job Bush, Governor of the State of Florida, do hereby
extend greetings and best wishes to all those observing September 5-9,
2005, as Workforce Development Week In Florida.
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Labor Day


NFCC COMMUNITY ED



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chell-
d
odi -- Classes start in Septemberl
INFANT & CHILD CPR-
Olve- 9/6, 6-9 p.m., $18.20.
ot as- CARDIO FIT '- 9/6 -10/13,
Sickle 5:30-6:30 p.m.' $45.:
hcle I TAICHI 9/6 10/11, 5:30- '
id or 6:30 p.m. $45.
e COMPUTERS FOR SENIOR
Ten- ADULTS 9/7 9/28, 2-4
p.m., $30.
BASIC YOGA 9/7 10/2, 5-
ir- 8 p.m., $35.
cln-' PILATES 9/7 10/12, 5:30-
ration 6:30 p.m. $35.
arin- BELLY DANCING FOR
ri' ers WOMEN 9/6 10/14, 6-7
p.m. $45.
Jesu- BELLY DANCING FOR GIRit
9/6 10/14, 7-8 p.m. $45.
)r e BASIC DRIVER"TICKET"
CQURSL- 9/10, 8 a.m. -
Gon- noon. $35.
n 1ST TIME DRIVERS
COURSE 9/10, 1-5 p.m. $35
Crad- HUNTERSAFETY- 9/12-9/
14, 7 10 p.m., & 9/18, 1-6
tra" p.m., NO CHARGE.
ACCESS COMPUTER CLASS
raque 9/13,15,20,22, 6 8:30
o ap- p.m., $80.
BOOK CLUB 9/14 10/13,
arris 10 11 A.M., Advent Christian
S Village, $35.
'.OPBIRA APPRECIATION I -
9/21 10/26, 7 9 p.m., $60.
CPR INSTRUCTOR CLASS -
$ 9/24-25, 9 5, $68.90 plus
text.
SPANISH FOR BUSINESS -
9/26 11/14, 6-7:30 p.m.,
$45.:
At NFCCunless
otherwise noted.
PLEASpre-register
one week in advance.

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Employment Specialists with
PDS have a very challenging job,
said Ressler. Students with disabili-
ties need opportunities from em-
players to help bring out these won-
derful qualities in these students.
There is much diversity in the work-
force today and employers can help
educate their staff about being sup-
portive of new co-workers.
Employment Specialitd Melissa
Burke xork. with many students
ttiat, if given the chance, she be-
lieves x\ ill succeed in,bringing man)
valuablee assets to the workforce.,
"Focusing on successful out-
comediess" intAolves, education, expo-
sure and experience. It is important
Harris for students to build confidence and
self esteem through work opporttinitie- If a business w wouldd like to
hire a student in the scliool, rran.itiont programs. please call Person-
nel Development Services at 973-4614.


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To Celebrate
50 Years of
A. Wedded Bliss

Join Family
and Friends

Saturday,
September 3, 2005

1:00 RM
to
4:00 PM.

I-' Barbara Memorial
Church of the
Nazarene

Off Dusty Miller Road

Madison, Florida

No presents, please,
just your presence


American Heart
Association.^ ^
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Your Doctor's
Ord rs .
Of the 2 billion prescriptions
filled each year. approximately
half are taken Improperly.
Heart patients who follow
prescription Instructions double
their chance of survival
compared with those who do
not comply.


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Each week, the Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder is featuring a spot-
light on Personnel Development
Services (formerly the Madison-
Jefferson Association of Retarded
Citizens) and MCHS's ESE transi-
tion program.
Tim Ressler, PDS adnfinistra-
tor, said, "PDS has a long-term in-
terest in providing services that
may be needed to help ensure the
mutual satisfaction of both employ-
er and worker, or to work out a
problem."
Students like Jeremy Harris, a
Madison County High School stu-
dent, who is also part of the
school's transition program is a re-
ferral to Personnel Development Jeremy
Services. Jeremy comes highly recommended for a job bN his tran-
sition teacher, Mary Coody. GCoody said that Jeremy is a great
young man, who can easily perform tasks assigned to him.


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Joe Will Hawkins



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Joe Will Hawkins
(Jake), Brick Mason, of
Madison County died Mon-
day, August 29, 2005. Home-
going Service will be at Dam-
ascus Missionary Baptist
Church, Saturday, September
3, 2005, at 11:00 a.m.
He leaves to mourn a lov-
ing wife, Mrs. Rachel
Hawkins, six children: Phyllis
Sampson (Tommy); Ann Glee
(Willie); Valerie Thomas
(Sim); CaSandra Martin
(Arthur); Billy Hawkins (Fele-
cia) Clinita Clayton (Gary).


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Kenneth L. Foland, 61, of Pinetta passed away at home on
Friday August 26, 2005. He is the son of the late Elmer K.
Foland and the late Mildred I. Bartgis, both of Maryland.,
He is survived by his loving wife, Sue of Pinetta. Two,
brothers, the late Sonny Foland and Martin Baugher. both of
Maryland and four sisters, Betty Strite, Janet Wolfes,.Pamela
Putman, and Rebecca Hubble, all of Maryland. A son Kenneth
L. Foland Jr. of Maryland, a daughter Deborah Morris of At-
lanta, Georgia, two step daughters Peggy Hasty and Husband
(Jeff) of Madison and Crystal Estabrook of Pinetta, and a step
son Michael Estabrook of Tampa. He is survived by sixteen
grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.
He was born in Fredrick, Maryland., He served six years in
the United States Military. He moved to Florida in 1991 and
resided in Pinetta for the reminder of his life. He was an active
member of Fellowship Baptist Church of Madison, Steve
McHargue pastor. He was a-bible study instructor at the Madi-
son Senior Citizens Center of Madison. He spent his later years
as a repairman. He loved to fish and work with his hands doing
arts and crafts. He was a well-known Christian and loved by all.
_Memorial' services will be held at Fellowship Baptist
Chutrchon-Saturday, Sepiember 3. 2005 at 11:00 a:.m. Any do-
nanons may be made to Felloxwship Baptist Church of Madison. -





James Leon Williams, died at the age of 55 years old on
Friday, August 26, 2005 in Greenville, FL The service will be at
11:00 A.M. on Saturday, September 3,2005 at New Zion Mis-
sionary, Baptist Church in Greenville, Fl. with burial at the
church cemetery in Green% ille. The fmnil\ will receive friends
between 2:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. on Friday September 2, 2005 at
the Tillman Funeral Home in Monticello. FL.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions ma- \ be made to
Big Bend hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308.
Williams was a native of Greenville where he graduated
High School in 1968. He attended North Florida Junior College
and received his Bachelor's degree from Washington State Uni-
versity. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a member
of New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, where he sang in the
male chorus. He was a former UPS employee in Spokane,
Washington. He returned to Greenville in 1996 and was a ma-
chinist at Florida Plywood, Inc.
Among those who will forever cherish his love are.his par-
ents, the Reverend James and.Mrs. Dorothy Moore Williams of
Greenville, FL., his son Armando Solorzano and wife, Shawna
and their son, Deontrey, of Reno, Nevada, and his daughter,
Ebony Krone and children, Eshaun, Endea and Derricka, all of
.Spokane, Washington, his sisters, Brenda Williams Shy and hus-
band, Keith of Alban GA., Gwendolyn Williams Thomas and ,
husband, Chalmus, and Barbara Williams, both of Tallahassee,
FL. Several nieces, nephews and cousifis, including the Choice,
Davis, Harris, Shy and Thomas families, along with his New%
Zion family.


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September 1
A free life changing op-
portunity that will change
your health and wealth will be
held at Norris Pharmacy at 7
p.m. Seating is limited.
September 1
The Garden Club will
meet the first Thursday of
each month at the Woman'.s
Club in Madison. If you
would like to attend, please
call Sara Adams at 929-2326.
September 3
New Bethel P.B. church
choir will be celebrating their
anniversary 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 a
joyful noise unto the Lord.
Rev. V.P. Jones pastor.
September 3
Suwannee Styles Barber
Shop in Live Oak will hold
their Grand Opening Ribbon
Cutting ceremony from 9 a.m.
to early afternoon. Everyone
is invited to come out and see
our special, free cookies and'
juice and tour the establish-
ment. For more information,
call Victoria at 386-362-1871.
September 3
The Morgan/Wilson Re-
union will be at 11 a.m. at For-
est Capital Park in Perry. A
covered dish lunch will start at
12:15 p.m. and an auction will
be held .at 1:15 p.m. Bring
food, drink, lawn .chairs and
auction items.
September 3-4
New Bethel P. B. church :
choir will be celebrating their
anniversary on at 7 p.m. on
Saturday and at 3 p.m. on Sun-'
day. All choirs, groups,
soloists are invited to help
come make a joyful noise unto
the Lord.
September 6
Hospice of South Geor-
gia, an affiliate of Soith Geor-
gia Medical Center, will offer
a free, community-wide Be-
reavement Support Group for
adults beginning at 6 p.m. and'
continuing for six consecutive
Tuesda\ through October 11.'
For more information or to
register, please call the Coor-
dinator at 229-249-4100.
September 6
Community Orientation
to Foster Care provided by the
Tri-CountN Foster Parents As-
sociation and Camelot Com-
munity Care, Inc. will be held


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Spradley at 850-528-4462 or
Diann Douglas 973-4138.


September 13
Lou Miller \ ill be the fea-'
tured speaker at the MCCS
PTO meeting held at the
Madison County Central
School. All interested are en-
couraged to attend.


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at the Heartland House 2 in
Perry at 6 p.m. If you have
ever been interested in being a
foster parent and would like
more information, please join
us. Call (850)584-7224 be-
tween 9:00 am and 2:00 pm
for directions.
September 7
The Tall Pines Club will
meet in the Mill Conference
Room at noon. A co\ ered dish
lunch is planned. Please make
plans to attend for good food,
fun and fellow ship.
September 10)
Greentille area resident,
Diane Carroll %ill be e\hibit-
ing at the 26th annual pine
Log Arts and Crafts Fair, Sep-
tember 10th and llth. The
e ent is held on the grounds of
the historic Pine Log UNIS
campground off H\t\. 411 in
R\dal. Ga. and features quali-
rt arts and crafts, entertain-
ment and pit-cooked bar-
beque.
September 13
Open House Madison
Count) E\tension office. 902


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
MADISON COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS NOTICE OF PROPOSED
LAND USE CHANGES


The Madison County Board of County Commissioners
has scheduled a public hearing on Wednesday, September
21, 2005 at 9:30 a.rm. 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 Board of County Commissioners to receive public
comments, suggestions and concerns regarding amend-
ments to the Madison County Land Development
Regulations, Chapter 4 Zoning. The Board will consider
adoption of an Ordinance to approve amendments.

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 verba-
tim: record of the proceedings is made.

Ifyou 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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Foster parents are greatly
needed in this area. Many peo-
ple who would make great fos-
ter parents are unaware of this
very rewarding way to help a
child or children. Foster parent-
ing is a temporary commitment
to a child or children, to help
them through difficult times. It
can be a very rewarding experi-
ence to both child and foster
parentss, but it can also be very
stressful for both. These chil-
dren are undergoing extreme
stress in being separated from
their parents and homes, and
will need great patience and un-
derstanding. Foster parent will
however, have excellent support
* as the Case manager assigned to
each foster children will always
stand ready to assist foster par-
ents in any way needed.
All foster parents also must
,' attend a 30-hour training course
called MAPP (Model Approach
_, to Partnerships in Parenting) to
nio1 fully acquaint them with re-
quirements Jnd cLmimitmerit of
being a foster parent. An addi-
tional 8-hours of training is re-
ou- quired for re-licensing each
year.


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one foster home for a shortitime.
or up to a year or more depend-
ing on the case. Some children
can never return home and may
remain in foster care until they
are 18 or are adopted. General-
ly, foster parents have the first
option to adopt a child they
have been fostering,, if they
wish to do so.
All foster children are in
the legal custody of the De-
partment of Children & Fami-
lies and under the supervised
care of Big Bend C6nmmunity
Based Care. Camelot Commu-
nity Care, Inc. manages the
Tradition Foster Home Man-
agement contract for District
2B which h covers Ta;, i:", Jef-,
er-.son, \M.idisor. Gids.den.
Lib'lrt: W, \ ikulia ind Filnklin '
Counties.: The Jefferson,
Madison & Taylor County
Foster home program is han-
died bi the Tri-County Hur6n`


sons including parental finan-
cial difficulties, emotional prob-
lems, physical or mental illness
and drug or alcohol abuse.
Some children come into foster
care because their parents died
or abandoned them; other chil-
dren are removed from their
homes because of abuse or ne-
glect. The primary goal of foster
care is to return the children) to
the biological family, if the
child's health and safety can be
assured.
Foster parents must be a
minimum of 21 years of age,
and if married, must have been
married for, at least one year.
Potential. foster parents must
pass a background check and
home inspection i0 aS.-sie a safe
and acceptable environment for
children placed there. DCF does
not currently license unrimarried
couples, but adult household
members are acceptable if the\
pass background checks.,
A .. foster patient, you're
expected to treat the child the
same as your own children
Along with proi, iing a home,
food and protection, the foster
children should be included in
all family ,activities including
,vacations. Foster parents will
interact with -chool-.. etc. as
needed and .provide transporta-
tion to any school or other
events, as well as needed med-
ical or dental appointments.
Although foster parents are
reimbursed for the child's al-
lowance, incidental expenses.
and clothing, a foster. family
cannot be dependent on the
board payments for total care of
the children. Major costs how-
ever, such as medical and dental
are all covered under the-lied-
icnidprograin. Children ma. re-.
, giYe an initial clohling al-;,
lowance and possibly subsi-
dized daycare services if the
foster parents) work outside
the home.
You are not required to ac-
cept a particular childor to take
children all the time. Foster par-
ents also have the option of
choosing what children they ac-
cept into their homes as to age,
sex of the child, or other crite-:
ria. A'counselor will help you
determine what child or chil-
dren ', ill fit best into your home
environment. The, goal of plac-
ing a child is to create as stable
an environment as possible for
the child, and case workers are
on hand ali\ a. s to help smooth
over rough times to achieve this
goal. Foster parents % ill always
have the option of asking to'
have, a child or children re-
moved from their home, howev-
.er, if necessary..
Children may 'remain in


Service Center at 1475 S.W.
Main Street in Greenville, (the
renovated elementary school.
Erika Frisby-Moore is the
Licensing and Recruiting Co-
ordinator for this area She is,
currently setting up a foster
parenting class, Model Ap-
proach to Partnerships rii Par-
enting (MAPP) in Greenville
beginning NMondaj;. September
12. This class is free, and is
must be completed before an\ -
one can become a licensed
foste' pj-rerit. The class -ill be
held every Mondjy. Septem-
ber 12 through November 21
from 6;00 pm through 9:00
p.m..at the Community Based,
Care Human Service Ceritei at
1476 Sith We-,t Mainr Street,
in Green'. i1c For further in-
formation or to sign up for this
,class please contact Erika,
Friib:, -Moore :at: (850) 948
1242.


Certificates of Deposit

Provided by Keith Hargrovre, State Farm
FIXED RATE
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT


Interest Rates


90-da" 2.81c 2.85',
180-dat 3.201.% 3.25c
1-year 3.96c- 4.04
2-sear 3.971 4.05 '-t
3- ear 4.02c 4.01c
4-)ear 4.16)' 4.25'c
5-year 4.26% 4.35%
*Jumbo CDs are available. **IRA Certificates of
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1-3ear 4.06' 4.14%
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4-.ear 4.261 -t4.35'"
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STATE FARM SELECT AGENT -
KEITH G

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200 W. Base St.
(850) 973-6641
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Keyboards, Stereo Systems and many other items.

SALE BEGINS September T1s thru September 30',
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Qustion OfThe Wee


By:Jacob Bembry

What did you do for fun this summer?

Lauren Lastinger:
Colleen Lawson:
A. Play and do work and stuff,
and I go to swim in the pool I went to my grandma's to
and I go to ride on the four- make a peach cake.
wheeler. i. .


Carissa Blanton:
Ashlyn Blount: Carissa Blanton:
I went to Georgia and I went
S I went to Yogi Bear. swimming at Keaton Beach.




Savannah Richards: Jodie.Phillips:

I went to Biloxi, Mississip- I went camping.
pi. Thas a long ways went camping.'
pi. That s a long ways away.


lee Post Office Holds.


Customers' Appreciation Bay


Last Thursdai was designated bN the
Postal Ser\ ice as "-Customers' Appreciation
Da\." Lee Post Office employees e\pre::ed
appreciation throughout the da\.
A Christmas tree \%as placed on display
and ~ as decorated % ith postal pens. postal
butter mints and packets filled \ ith informa-
tion on the newest ser ices -aajlable. Also.
underneath the tree were nuxed cookies and


cups filled \% ith orange juice. When Postmas-
ter NMarn Santerfeil \as asked "Why the
Chnritmna: Tree -- she commented: "It's al--:
Sals Clristminas at the Post Office." Santer-
fell further stated that she and fellow\ employ-
ees \\ere er\ grateful to all their loyal friends
and customers and im ited everyone to come
b\. She added the\ could also visit online, for
services a\ ailable. at \\ \\ .ups.com.


H^:..'. *. .- Thelma Thompson. ,. .,


Spotlighting The Lee General Store
Good morning, everyone! of 2000. (Anheiser Busch pays for our
How are you all this lovely day? They have three children, daughter's salary-she gets upset
We've just stepped 6ut onto the Michael II who is pursuing a ca- if anyone brings anm thing but
front deck with our first cup of reer in broadcasting and is Bud% eiser int6 the homee'
coffee and took a deep breath. presently interning in South Do you need a door knob, a
Aah, isn't the morning air of our Florida; daughter Carey, who is toaster or coffee maker? Are
beautiful county refreshing? at VSU, working toward her M. you into arts and 'crafts?, Or
There's a slight breeze and the D. degree; and daughter Jamie, even body jewels? There is a
day hasn't yet reached the boil- in her second year at NFCC and beautiful array of sun shades;
ing point to, which we've be- working toward her B. A. They there are toys, games and base-
come accustomed this summer. are all excellent students and balls and bats; playing cards;
It's early so now that we've Jamie was a participant in the paint balls; and party supplies -
finished our coffee, we think Lee Day beauty pageant and helium balloons and decora-
'i we'll'do,.a little shopping down first runner,up in the Queen di" tion's: There"are cleaning and
at Lee General Store the place vision. school and office supplies, even
where general means just that in Michael himself is a former a Spanish/English dictionary.
every sense of the word. The entertainer who became a com- There are kitchen utensils -
owners, Michael and Kristina puter engineer (one of the need a spatula?; bait and fishing
Ledee, stock an amazing array store's services is computer re- needs; health and beaut) sup-
of merchandise, everything pair). He still joins in local plies.
from the usual convenience events where needed and is a Would you like some gar-
store items ice, drinks, canned very good singer. However, den furniture or a play set, or
goods, bread, milk and ciga- with the business demanding 65 even a fan for this'hot weather?
rettes to repair necessities for to 70 hours of his weekly time, How about a machete the
your electrical and plumbing not much is left for other pur- .weeds have real]i been grow-
systems and youi computers! suits. Michael is a veteran of the ing! Best of all its hurricane
And should you not be able to U. S. Air\Force. ha\ ing served season and the Ledees are, well
find something you need, ask his countrN during the Viet Nam supplied .they even ha e a
and it will soon be on the era but stateside. Kristina's ear- generator and, can keep their
shelves. They will special or- ly years were spent in the comrn- business open during the worst
der just about anything. plicated areas of the business of it. This is something all of
But, since the Lee General world,, corporate banking, etc. you need to know. And when
Store opens a little later than the so her experience should be of you go into the Lee, General
Jiffy which is next door we great help to daughter Jamie in Store, take 'time to browse -
will stop by there first for a her quest for an MBA. She and you'll be amazed as we were.
sweet roll (breakfast) and for a Michael have been married for And don't be like one customer
short chat with Linda, the man- 24 years. who walked under the big and
ager that's all the time that The Lee General, besides expensive sign out front and
busy lady has, but her pleas- the great food fare of hotdogs, asked "Do you sell beer?"!
ant greeting adds to the pleasure hamburgers, barbecue, pizza And now, .thanks, Michael,
of this day. Linda has been a and camping and picnic sup- Kristina and Jamie, who was at
fixture in Lee for many years plies which range from paper the register and will you
and has always been willing to items to Coleman stoves and please prepare for us one of
,help the community and its se- sleeping bags has the only your delicious pizza's to gol
niors with any occasion, such as ATM machine in Lee. It also Whew, we're exhausted and
Lee Day. stocks feed, firewood and spe- can't wait to get back to our re-
Now that we've finished cial order carports. There is a liner and have lunch. But we
our sweet roll and morning chat, notary service fax and copy ser- must pass, on to our readers a
we go next door to Lee General. vice available. One can even sincere invitation from the
After a pleasant greeting from find a ball mount on a shelf and Ledees to come for a visit il
both Michael and Kristina, we ,a life vest. only to browse and get ac,
ask for and receive permission A guided tour of the store quainted. They liked Lee
for information and a tour of the uncovers such things on the enough to join its community
store. Michael and Katrina back wall as a pickax, a rake .and would like for you to be-
Ledee opened the Lee General and shovel next to scissors, come life-long friends.,
Store in December of 2001; thread and sewing machine So long we really enjoyed
They had moved to the Lee needles. There is everything for our shopping time at the Lee
community from South Florida the baby; men's and ladies flip General Store.
but previously in '85, they had flops, socks, T-shirts and under-
bought property here and had wear; odd and interesting gifts,
been visiting the area, camping gift wrap and cards for all occa- K e n l
out and thoroughly enjoying sions. This is the only store in .
themselves. The Ledees moved Madison County where one can
their family here in the summer special order'a party keg of beer _1 -


LEE GENERAL
Variety Store, Camping Supplies, Pizza,
Hot Sandwiches & Computer Center
8289 E. US HWY 90 Lee, FL 32059
Phone/Fax
850-971-5511
Mon. Sat. 10:00. 8:00
Sun Closed
www.nettally.com/leegeneral
leegeneral @ nettally.com Mike & Tina Ledee Owners


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GOSPEL BLAST 2005:

GOSPEL SING AND END-OF-SUMMER

FESTIVAL SET FOR THIS WEEKEND


By Jacob Bembr
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Gospel Blast 2005: Gospel
Sing and' End-of-Summer Fes-
tival will be held Friday, Sep-
tember 2, at Lee Worship Cen-
ter, beginning at 7 p.m. and Sat-
urday, September 3, beginning
at 9 a.m. at Lee Town Hall.
During the Saturday event,
there will be arts and :crafts
booths, food booths, a ring
toss, a cake walk, face paint-
ing, train rides, free puppet
shows, and clowns throughout'
the day.
Money raised at Gospel
Blast 2005 will go to ICAN,
Inc., a non-profit organization.
Entertainers will include
the McCormick Family, Ever-
lasting Arms, Tania Williams,
Gena Plain and Sheri Littleton
(the Stokes Sisters), Samantha
and Nancy Hall, Rich Quack-


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Proudly Support


gospel


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epbush, Dbyle Glass, Lisa
Smith, the Lee First Baptist
Praise and Worship Team, the
Miracle Singers, Danny Bem-
bry, Dan Williams, Alexis Stal-
naker, Melissa Goins, the New
Hope Prinmti e Baptist Chuich


Choir. the New Mount Zion
Men's Choir and many others.
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.


Lee
Volunteer Fire
Department

Proudly Serving
The Lee Community

Lee, Florida 850-971-4444




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CHURCH


Friday, September 2, 2005


Happenings At Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
"How beautiful Heaven
must be," sweet home of the
happy and free as we study
about and think about Heaven
we know in part how it will be
and what to expect, but only
in part. Our desire is that no
one will miss it as Ethel
Clark used to say she wasn't
homesick for Heaven but was
ready to go. (She went on
May 5th.)
Life is brief: Life is un-
certain; Death is not the goal;
To have our names written in
the Book of Life and to live in
Heaven: forever where there
will be:
No old earth. old Heaven,
or sea ,
No tears, grief, or crying


No death or funerals
No pain, hospitals, doc-
tors, or physical handicaps
No sun, moon or stars
No lamps
No darkness
No closed gates
No profane or vile act or
person
No one whose name is not
written the Lamb's Book of
Life
No hunger or thirst
No more curse
No separation between
God and man
No end of time to reign
with God and serve
Him forever ind ever.
Amen! And Amen' .
Beautiful arrangement
was placed in church by,


Attention Citizens!

We Need Your Help!

Please attend the upcoming meeting
to oppose the Coal-Fired Power Plant
from locating in Madison:

Madison County Commission Meeting:
:Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 9 a.m.
Courthouse Annex

"Keep Madison Clean" meets on Tuesdays at the
Madison Co. Library at 6:00p.m.
For more info, call 973-8875


Joseph and Derry Cruce in
honor of their 25th wedding
anniversary on august 31st.
Bless them and all their fami-
ly. ,
Special music "God of
Our Praise" by Mark Bran-
ham, David Fries, Dan
Campbell. Steve Bass, Bill
Luttrell, Chancel Choir sang
"Heaven's Jubilee."
Preacher thanked church
.for prayers, concerns, love for
his mother recovering from
surgery (thanked Friendship
.S,,. Class for their card to her
at just the right time) and for
his family. He reported and
rejoiced for 1-18 being in Sun-
da\ School and recognized
Brooke Joiner for perfect at-
tendance for four years. What
a wonderful thing! The mes-
sage was about "Being More
Like the Master and Having
His Mind!" We give thanks


that Ben and Jeanne Bass-
came into our fellowship and
we'll pray for them and their
family.
Death. has come aeain.
We pray for all sad ones The
Carlton Wells Family in his
death, The Familk of Lois St.
John in her death, and all oth-.
ers.
We pray for ill ones:
David Townsend Gainesville,
V.A. who's had surgery;
Christine Blanton at. T.M.H.
with broken bones, Paul Agn-.
er recovering from open heart
surgery, Bonnie Agner, nmN
sister-in-law 'in Tennessee.
praying for complete healing
from detached retina surgerN
Amy and And\ Robinson
gav e % written thanks for every
expression of love and con-
cern for their Baby Morgan's
illness and recover). Now a
different problem BabN


Morgan poked a Q-tip in her
mother's ear and burst her ear
drum. More prayers of heal-
ing for her.
We give thanks Revonda
and Glen Frith's Lil Thomas
Heath has overcome jauntice.
And we were happy to see
Grandma Debbie Kinsey's
pictures of Kelley and Jeremy
Noonan's Lil Samuel Wis-
dom. Bless them.
At night service. Dan'
Campbell sang and played a
different tune to "'Guide Me.
0 Thou Great Jehovah" and
Preacher's message %%as that
we should not have a wrong
spirit about doing God's will.
Special thanks to all in-
\olhed in A\ ana! Present last
Wednesday were 114! Amen!
Our prayers, concerns.
and sy mpathy are %with those
changed forever by Hurricane
"Katrina"!


Bless Mr. and Mrs. J.T.
Walker as they celebrated
their 65th %v ith a beautiful cel-
ebration Saturday in the Fel-
lowship Hall. I saw Preacher
Manning and Leatha Hick's
there and he said he'd
preached 60 ;sears and
preached NMidways Home-
coming service and thanked
God.
Bless Joe and. Suzanne
Peavy on their 1lth Anniver-
sary on Sunday. August the
28th.
Bless us as we celebrate
our 50th Saturday. September'
3rd, though August 21st is the
real day.
A very good shower Sat-
urday for Laurie Osborne.
Ma> the Lord help us
"come and sing the song with
gladness as our hearts are
filled w ith joy."
Amen


Phone .?HCom e


BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE lNAZARENE


Highway 254
Rev. Robert Agner 973-4161)
Sunday School 1.11:00 a.ni.
Morning Worship 1 1;0 a.m.


Wednesday Bib


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCrH


lIf,' l -x. IlI.. "- I l .nl.i. mI.n 3'23u
I'h,,nt 1*;.t. ,h 7
Pastor Rusty Bryan
Music Director Minnie Lee Newborn
Sunday School 9;45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:;00 a.m.
Church Training 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7-8:00 p.m.
Family Night Supper, Ist Wednesday 6-7:00 p.m.
Puppet Ministry, Sunday 6:00 p.m.
GROW Visitation. Monday 6:30 p.m.
Bapist Men,. Baptist Women. Music, Yoith Childrea.
and Fun After Fifty programs available
"Where Love Has No I.lnits"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve McHargue, Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music Director
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-3266
Morning Worship 8:30 a.m. & 11:01 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
"A Fami/1y of iFatn/ies" ...' C,,riq,,raor Wr,/lip"
/FIRST ASSEMBLY OF i/tGO grfo, DC/" 'i 1//-9'.- Dtj
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD


1113 Si Pinckney St., Madison FI. 32340
PAastor George Stinson


O-45. m.


Morning Worship 11;00 a.m.
Sunday Night 6:00 p.m.
Pastor George Stinson invites you to come and enjoy God's Blessings.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Monroe Verl)on, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson, Younti Pastor
Jins Catron, I,ay Leader
Service of Word & Table 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:00 p.m.
Men's Fellowship tBreakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
Women's Meeting & Lunch (lst,Monday).......................12:00 Noon
Sunday 11 AM flService Now On WMtA J1230 AM
rieri... ,1 ..lh L to all[ nil #n '


GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A 'Comilltll .inn of llhe Ire,jhlerit rlan C'llurch In Amll ritn.
1 21I Noli \Ii hlinlan 1i. '97.- 3 i.92
Rav. Ja ohn Hopwood
SundaN School I i' m I All A s... ............... ... ....... ... .......4.45 11 l.
Sulnda N1..aingi \inr.hil. ... ........I1: I l u.1m.
Wed. I hilliv..'ilp suIi|per Ilihble %ud.u .. :4111HI ip.n.
Youth r.up. I1 12iI trad............................. ............. u:%U p.m.
Choir Pl' clk .. ....... .. .... .... .................... ............ 7.31l i ni.
Friday Mi 'eii I'r.n i e llre l.nkil. ... ....................... ......":II0 a.m ..
Cw.e %r Url, toid %,-r \Ili lth I
GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
11.I S% Mlain (.rten ilkl. 1'1
V144-23.t3
Sunday SclmIl I ..r 11 i Aes..... .............................Iuilla m.
Sunday Mo ninrg io .hip ............................. .... .1 1:111a In.
Sunday l ninm \ hip................... .. .......... ................ 7:111u) in.
Sunday I're-.thmunl. Slinl ni. dulls 'hul Iheli ..al, .. .5 .0 p.m.
Wednesday Pre-school Children,
Youth & Adult Ilible Studies 7:00 p.m.
First Sunday every month Men's Breakfast 8:A00 a.ip.
AI,. INVITED ~
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Caron iHan
Lee Florida Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday Bible Sfudy 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship ............ ... .............. ..........1... Ii a.m.
W ed Bible Study ........... .... ........... .... .... p.m .
Wed. Children/ I N uirh A it llh ... .... .. ....... .................. :1111p.m.
Wed. Adult Choir .. ........... ...................... ..... ...S:l1ll p nm.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Hwy. 255 South, Lee, Florida 971-5585
It'lhuid QuAC.cnllilll., 'P.lni.r
NhIrinnl u \%nr.hip ..........................9;011 a.m.
und. '4t i.41ul. ...... ......... ...... .. ..10:011 n.ni.
M morning rlip.............................. ... ... .........................I 1:0 J.m.
rSund.L~ F.Mcnint % orallip .......... .................... ........ .......... 30 p.m .
Iluu li (.nlIUp .... ...... ..................... ..... I p. .
United Methodist Women
Monday after Ist Sunday 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast


SecodSndd5ay ls8:400


Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
,"Counecting The Comnnunitv 14y w1l Christ"


San.m.


MADISON CHURCH-OF-GOD--
771 NI. tolin kcll. I13y.,Nl adison, FL.
473 .,3107
IH". Il I (. lass, Pastor
umiRIMi S Sch l ..... ..... ............ .. .. 10:1
M In. living o.i hip...................... I I:
I. e in gu .1 hillp .. ............... .... 6:
%th dn *adni Night .i ict... ......... 7:
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
,, I' ritlidi Church"
( luer I dke, FL
xKi-.')2'.4355
Re%. lohnule Merrick, Paslor
indud Schi ol...)..... ..... 10:1
I'alu l Sniul I II & .3 i d Sund ..................... ................... II:
'ojulh ( luirchi 2iluI Suid.i ... 11:
Ni. millnl nl iaunini .111 Sundui...... 11:
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHUR(
3 MlIe ics I ( 1 .aI'Ltinville, FL. Hwy 91)
Samuel Bass, Sr., Pastoi
Sundm n School........................... ..10:0
Morinni m mut ship ........... I:
I. n s ii H \ui -liu p .... ...... ...... 6:
aednvda. Nightl cri lc -......7..... 7
".*tl ne. ti/ the d3ni of Pcntecout was fully come,
tileI a lrr all l.-i, *.i ie ncurd in one place." Acts 2.1
r.ter.ti oe iS %a ys w'elcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
108 N. Hui ri .St.. 973-8338
I' lie 'Re. lien Pfeil Vicar
Joe Ioyles Senior Warden
S% i1dai4 k. h lr lSh Se iOl ....... ........ ........ 10:1
uuiid JIIM ll I ulu'iu rlIl 10:
All.sion hoard 2nd Sunnd.) .....- 1:
I plscipal ('hiuru i u \V)imlen .1rd Sunday 11:
Sislnai I nl ysR welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH


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


aunday ,;9
Monday. Tuesday & Wednesday Mass 7:
Thursday Mass 7:2
Saturday Mass 5:,


MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH
311.1 lange1 SI.. MNadion. I I..
!.52| 34.1-30N4
Plasinr Ihlnie'l il,
' Lun da it il ........................... ........ .... .. .... ............... 1 uOa.nl.
PIs.,n h ..ln!......... ... ................... ........... ......... :ll u l.
Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.
loive To Hlave You Conm And Visit Us.


As Jesus' ministry was:
S winding down, more and more
He began warning His disciples
of \ hat \ as to come. He urged
them to carry on in His name.
i However, they found it difficult
.to believe.
He reassured them. telling
them that although theN may
not see Him anymore. He
S would always be %wlth them. Je-
sus was one to keep His
promises.
When He finally ascended
into Heaven, the Holy Spirit
was there to guide the disciples
through the trials they would
face as they spread Jesus' word.
The Holy Spirit is with you
Still. You cannot see Him or
hear Him, but He is with you.
0 a.m. You need only believe, and He
0i a.m.n
o p.m. will touch your heart and guide
O0 p.m OU.

When Jesus recruited the
apostles. He told them that He
would make them "fishers of
o,0 0.m. men." And, while this was
15 a.m.
is a.m. something they could under-
15 n.m. stand, being fishermen, they
could not truly know what this
meant until He had died, been
00 n.m.
00 a.m. resurrected, and ascended to
00 p.m heaven.
30 p.m .
They would fulfill their
mission with clarity and
courage. Many would be mar-
tyred because of their faith. Yet,
they continued to do His work,
o) a.m knowing they would be reward-
o0 a.m. ed not on this earth, but with
00 a.m.
eternal life in heaven with
Christ.
You may not be called
upon to be a martyr, although
00a.m. some- still in this world are.
30 a.m.
30 a.m, When your faith waivers, think
30p.m. of the courage of those early

Christians. They faced death of
the bod) because they believed.
S Follow their example. Walk in
their footsteps, as they walked
in the footsteps of Christ. In
this, so too, will you be reward-
ed.
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BLANTON &
SONS, INC.
All Makes
Small Engine Repair
&
BLANTON LONG LEAF
:ONTAINER NURSERY
1091 NE Daylily Ave. (CR 254)
Madis6n, FL
850-973-2967


SwdI IlqpdIr
'arts & Ace.,re


Outhoiard. Inboa.
.lei Ski


Anglers
Edge Marine
Authoized Mercuy Service
& warranty Dealer


Troy Cooke
850-973-1300
301 E. Base St Madis


Call about Specials on our
Tanning Bed Service


1303 West Base Street
Madison, Florida
,,-,o o=oM


DBofl*h!ia I Johnson &
Bochna Johnson, Inc.

Auto Care | of Madison since 1935


909 E. Base Street
Madison, Florida
973.2676
Reg# MV-10818


1607 U.S. Hwy 90
Madison, FL
p 850-973-2277 ,


Gordon
Tractor Inc. I
l Come See Us For
Sales & Service of
Iy New Holland Equipment
mWHm 1 .


715 S. Range St.
Madison, FL 4
973-2245


FARMERS,
FUR.NfTURE


Brad Meister Store Manager
501 S. Range St. Madison, Florida
850-973-2045
Home Furnishings Appliances
Electronics


JAYSON'S
HEATING,
AIR CONDITIONING
& REFRIGERATION
850-929-2762
827 NE Hickory Grove Rd.
Pinetta, Florida


Sales Parts Service
Growing a Reputation of
Satisfied Customers
2441 South Byron Butler
Perry, Florida
(850) 584-6178


Ma.ifson


A QnB qf -
240 SW Commerce Drive
Madison. FL
The management staffat Relier Prhiting
ondild like to dnumk our cmployets fur
their conliniiud himl nork and dedication.


IFAST-PACK.COM
Shipping &
I Moving Supplies


Lee, Florida
850-971-7201
www.fast-pack.com


Eye Cener
Comprehensive Eye Care
Melanie Hi4 O.D.
BoaridCtflmI
304 South Range Street
Madison, Florida
973-3q37


Griner Quitman
Chevrolet Pontiac
U,.S. Hwy 84 W.
Quitman, GA
1-800-654-8729
EXPERIENCE the Difference


O*A AEICAN


Laura's

Wee Folks
Laura Singletary
401 NW Haynes St.
Madison, FL
(850) 973-2972


UPHOLD'S
FEED
Authorized Purina Dealer
HMC Feed Company & Mid-
South Feeds
Mon-Fri 8-5:30; Sat 8-2
400 SE Dade St. Madison, FL
850-973-6955


HATS OFF TO
AMERICAN
LABORERS
EVFRYWHERF,


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PONTIAC


The pi ty


MadisO na


Madison, Florida
(850) 973-5081


Littleton
Well Drilling
Certified Well Driller
7 Michael Littleton
* 4029 NE Dusty Miller Ave.
Madison, FL 32340
(850) 929-4504
k -. -i,%Fla. Lic. #2611


Trinity Technologies, Inc.
Olive's
Electronics
Professional
Repairs/ Service
on Televisions
Dish Network Satellite
Systems
Madison, FL
850-973-2685


Mad


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-Florist"
'ftawem ftr AU Occoweni-n
Flowero & Go*ts Fr All Budgets


200 S. Range Street
eMadison. Florida .2340
(850)973-9779
W\endi King O\%ner


Yellow Pine
Restaurant
Mon. Fri. 6:00 am 2:30 pm
Sat. 6:00 am 2 pm
1713 E. Hwy. 90
(850) 973-2414
We'll Be Open
Labor Day!


Suwannee Insurance
Of Madison
For All Your Insurance Needs
702 W. Base St.* Madison
(850) 973-8312
(850) 973-8341
Fax: (850) 973-3774
www.suwanneeinsurance.com
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rricane Katrina Hits Hard


UMCOR (United Methodist Committee On Relief)

KITS ARE THE WAY YOU CAN HELP

Florida Conference Disaster Response Supply Depot of Madison


Kits to Assist in
Recovery from Disasters
The following resources
i are used in places where people,
may have suffered losses due
to natural or human made dis-
asters. Please follow the direc-
tions exactly. Include all items;
do not add items. Note: All
items sent must be new!
CLEANING BUCKET
These supplies help peo-
ple begin the overwhelming
cleanup job after a flood or
si torm.
5-gallon bucket with re-
sealable lid
Bleach--t o 1-quart or
one 82 oz. bottle i D6 not in-


clude bleach if you are ship-
ping the bucket through, the
US Postal' Service, UPS or
FedEx)
5 scouring pads
Sponges, 7 pack, assorted
sizes
1 scrub brush
18 .cleaning ,towels
(reusable wipes)
Liquid laundry detergent
two 25 oz. or one 50 oz. bottle
1 household cleaner, 12-
16 oz. bottle
Disinfectant dish soap,
16-28 oz; bottle
50 clothes pins
Clothes line two-50 ft.
or one 100 ft.


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Come See Us For
Hurricane Preparedness Items
Stoves Flashlights
Rain Gear Freeze Dried Foods
Dry Storage Bags & Muh. I1/ore{ ,
Tllah~tssee
CircIe NEB S31-900!.l I1 S un12


5 dust masks
2 pair latex gloves
1 pair work gloves'
24-bag roll of heavy-duty
trash bags (33-45 gallon- re-
move roll from box before
placing in bucket)
Insect repellant spray, 6-
14 oz. can (If aerosol, cans
must have protective caps). .
Air freshener, 8 or 9 oz.
can (If aerosol, cans must
have protective caps). ,,
BEDDING PACK
2 flat double-bedisheets,
2 pillowcases
2 pillows
Important: Please do not,
include any religious, politi-
cal. or patriotic notes or em-,
blems in an\ of the kits.
Thank you for your do-
nations. You are helping to
make a difference in peoples
lies. .
Depot Coordinators:
Linda Gaston, (home), 850-
973-3225, Ron Hidy, (home)
850-973-4438.
Managed by the: United
Methodist Cooperative Min-
istries of Madison, Linda
Gaston. Coordinator, 135
E JDillmStcet. ,Madison,
FL 32340. Phone: 850-,
S929-4938 Fax: 850-929-
S2811 Cell:, 850-869-0882..


Donations Sought For

Hurricane Katrina Victims


"-,'-, by the hurricane, were affect
" .-. eedby flooding re-ulting fro
b, hurricane Kamna Due
the humcrane, electrici
has been cut to 2.3 nm
lion people.
A disaster reli
truck, left the Midd
Flonda Baptist Assoc
ation, in Madison, <
u Thursday morning
headed for Hattiesbur


B\ Jacob Bembry
Gi'ene Publishing. Inc.
According to first reports,
100 people w ere killed b hliur-
ricane Katrina and tens of
thousands of houses %were se-
verely damaged during Hurri-
cane Katrina.
Louisiana, Mississippi
and Alabama. which were hit


The United Methodist
Disaster Supply Depot. locat-
ed in Madison. has two trucks
and two drivers on standb\ but
the\ haven't been given the go
ahead to enter into an\ of the
disaster-;smcken areas %\et. The
organization is accepting
monetary donations to bu\
more supplies in bulk. as well
as %water and other non-pensh-


able food items.
Another relief truck ill
be leaving Tuesday morning.
You can donate supplies at Re-
al'hood, in the Industrial Park.
Chns Flo\d. director of
the American Red Cross of the
Big Bend, emphasized that
monetary donauons are need-
ed by the Red Cross. Floyd
said that the Red Cross has the
ability to get in and out of the
area. He said that local' volun-
teers ha e already% setup a mo-
bile food kitchen in NMobile.
Alabama.
Donations ma\ be made
to the Amencan Red Cross,
187 Office Drite Plaza. Talla-
hassee, FL 32301.
Floyd said that those peo-
ple fishing g to volunteerr ma\
call the American Red Cross
at iS50i 878-6080.


Health Kits Needed

or Disaster Victims


In response to the horri- initial response should, be
fying disaster on the Gulf for ""Health Kits." .These
Coast and ,New Orleans; present the most immediate
Doug Brown, our chair .of need.
Missions, asks that we begin "l-Iltih Ki t.. c,.'ns-it ,of
the process of collecting and Hand Toels I 13 25
assembling "Health Kits" up to 17 X 27
and "Flood Buckets." .Our washclothes
combs (large and stur-
d), not pocket sized )
nail files and finder-
nail. clippers (no emery
boards or toenail clippers)
bath-size bars of ,i-oap
MR toothbrushes (single
brushess onl\ in original
% % (^ rapper)
R M large tubes oftooth-
paste
adhesive plastic strip
sterile bandages (common-
ly known as Band-aids)
SAny questions about
R E '"Flood Buckets" or
"Health Kits" shouldd be
Ve directed to Mr. Ron Hidy,
ile, our disaster coordinator.
Information .about the
Flood Buckets" will be
forthcoming, via the
church bulletins. We


have beerr informed that
the "Flood Buckets" and
"Health 'Kits" that are
currently stored in the
Disaster Response Depot
are scheduled to be de-
livered to south Florida.
So .%%e will be starting
from scratch
We will begin collec-
tion of these items imme-
diately. Please bring
them with you to church
or you may drop them off
a n time. : Tho~se of you;
\who have Sam's cards.
may be able to buy in
buialk. We have no formal,
agreement with Sam's,
buit they may be willing
to give deeper discounts
if you ask the manager
aforehand.
Special Offerings for
disaster relief will be re-
ceived for the iext sever-
al t weeks.
'The Rev. Lee Monroe
FerDon, O.S.L. The First
United Methodist
Church.


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Sign-Up Deadlines Approaching for

Crop Disaster Program (CDPJ and

Livestock Assistance Program CLAPJ


Producers who suffered crop loss from
damaging weather in 2003, 2004 and certain
i 2005 crop losses are eligible for assistance.
The Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced
that eligible producers may sign-up for the
Crop Disaster Program (CDP) until close of
business on September 9, 2005 for the 2003
and 2004 crop years. Signup for the 2005 year
is close of business December 16, 2005. Pro-
ducers can receive disaster benefits for crop
losses for only one of the 2003, 2004 or 2005
crop years.
Producers suffering a greater than 35-
percent production loss and/or more than a
20-percent quality loss are eligible. The pay-


ment rate for CDP is 65 percent of the estab-
lished commodity price for insured crops and
noninsured crops, and 60 percent of the price
for uninsured commodities. Producers may
apply for CDP for any crops that are eligible
for coverage under the Federal Crop Insur-
ance or the Noninsured Assistance Program.
The sign-up period for the Livestock Assis-
tance Program (LAP) ends Sept. 9, 2005. The
LAP provides payments to livestock produc-
ers for grazing losses that occurred in 2004.
Contact the Madison County FSA Office
at (850) 973-2205 for additional information
or visit the web site at
http://disaster.fsa.usda.gov.


Ten PFree lAve Oak Trees


Ten free live oak
trees will be given
to each person
NIho joins The
National Arbor
Da) Foundation
during September 2005.
The free trees are part of the nonprofit
Foundation's Trees for America campaign. '
"These magnificent wide-spreading trees
will be picturesque additions to your land-
scape," John Rosenow, the Foundation's
president, said. "They were selected because
of the shade and special beauty they will give
your home. Live oaks grow rapidly when
young and may live to be centuries old."


The trees will be shipped postpaid at the
righ time for planting between October 15th
and December 10th with enclosed planting
instructions. The six to twelve inch trees are
guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced
free of charge.
Members also receive a subscription to
the Foundation's colorful bimonthly publica-
tion, Arbor Day, and the Tree Book with in-
formation about tree planting and care.
To. receive the free trees, send a $10
membership contribution to Ten Live Oaks,
National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor
Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410, by Sep-
tember 30, 2005. Or join online at arbor-
day.org.


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Herb gardens are growing in popularity,
and for good reason. In addition to their obvi-
ous role in cooking, they are easy to grow and
maintain, and they add color, interesting
textures and rich or subtle fragrances to
the home and garden.,
Here are some tips on growing a 'I
successful herb garden:
Plant herbs where you can get to
them easily for frequent harvesting, es- I
pecially if you plan to use them in cook-
ing. Consider planting a special kitchen garden
near the house, .so you can readily harvest
herbs, greens and other frequently\ -used crops.
You also can grow herbs in containers or even


window boxes.
Most herbs prefer full sun-at least six
hours per day-and well-drained soil.
Herbs that will tolerate some, light
. shade include chives, cilantro, dill and
-y mint.
SIf you plant perennial herbs-such as
oregano, rosemarN and sage-in the \'eg-
E etable garden, keep them in a separate
section so you'll avoid tilling them dur-
ing spring and fall.
Herbs in raised beds and containers uill
dry out more quickly than those planted direct-
ly in the garden and may need more frequent
watering.


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Friday, September 2, 200.


FWC, OTHERS MOBILIZE POST-STORM

MISSISSIPPI SEARCH-AND-RESCUE


FWC HELICOPTER PILOTS

COMPLETE SPECIAL TRAINING
I -.


Early todaN. the Florida Fish and
Uix I, Conservation Commission
(FWC) :, ....1 l\aw enforcement offi-
cls to assist with a massive search-and-
rescue .,, ..',n in storm-ravaged Missis-
sippL.
F\WC,,oi i is teamed with other state
law ,o. :iniii search and rescue part-
ners :,, the dcl,''\ inent. which includes
19 .id., t: inm the Florida National
k ..'i.i, 14 agents from the Florida Depart-
ment o Law Enforcement; nine officers
from the Florida Department of Agricul-
ture and Consumer Services; 24 officers
iOni the State Fire Marshal's Office and
one officer from the Department of Trans-
Ii.aLiion to assist with hazardous materi-
als eniergen'icie
The deplo\meint includes 119 vehicles
mostly four-wheel-drive trucks, five
command posts, several trailers with food
and water, 2N boats and 19 all-terrain vehi-
cles. The FWC contingent in the opera-
tion includes members of the agency's
Special Operations Group that mobilizes


with other law enforcement agencies in
times of natural or man-made disasters.
FWC officers in the Special Operations
Group undergo special training and use the
agency's specialized equipment for opera-
tions on the water and in wilderness areas.
This is the first time FWC officers
have responded to an emergency outside of
Florida although they have responded to
hurricanes here and provided security for
the Super Bowl and other potential terror-
ism targets.
FWC Special Operations Group offi-
cers usually are the first law enforcement
officers to undertake search-and-rescue
operations behind major storms. In large-
scale disasters such as Florida has seen in
recent years, it is not unusual for most of
the more than 700 FWC officers to be de-
ployed in stages to provide search and res-
cue to those in need.
The FWC has six Special Operations
Group units, totaling 91 officers who have
volunteered to be available for immediate
deployment when needed.


ENOYLAORDA ITH UR IT OKE ISCIKE N 6BTS


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion's (FWC's) 11 helicopter pilots recently completed three
days of intense training in emergency procedures and use of
night-vision goggles. Lunsford Air Consulting, Inc., of Bun-
nell, conducted the training at the Flagler County Airport.


Seventy years ago,
Florida's wildlife conser-
vation officers rode horses
into wilderness areas to
detect law violations and
arrest offenders. Today,
their horses can fly, and
they can see in the dark.
The course, designed
especially for FWC pilots,
consisted of a one-day
ground school, in which
pilots reviewed all the me-
chanical systems aboard
the FWC's six helicopters.
The second and third'days
consisted of day and night
flights with sirpulated me-,
chanical failures and fly-
ing with night-vision gog-
gles. The $20,350-course
also included refresher
flight training the pilots
undergo twice a year.
Kevin Vislocky, who


night emergency proce-
dures training 'are espe-
cially important for FWC
pilots, because most of,
their patrols occur at night.
- about 50 details per year
for each pilot.
"The' FWC is the only
state law enforcement
agency in Florida to fly at
night using night-vision
goggles and one of the
first civil law enforcement
agencies in the country to.
use them," he said. "We
set the standard by doing
recurrent training ,and us-
ing the goggles in con-
junction with infrared
cameras."
Flying resource-pro-
tection missions at night
can be dangerous work
under the best of condi-
tions, and FWC pilots


"We believe this night
training is imperative tc
prepare our pilots to cope,
with the severe situations
they may face during thei
flying careers," Vislocky
said: "They have to be
ready to fly details at
night to detect gill net vi-
olations, illegal deer- and
alligator-hunting viola-
tions and search-and-res-
cue missions that can be
particularly challenging."
The FWC's 13 total
aircraft and pilots com-
pose one of the largest
conservation-oriented
flight sections in the
United States and one of
the 20 largest law en-
forcement a\ nation sec-
tions in the country. The
first year FWC pilots used
night-vision goggles, they
made 150 cases in two of
the agency's five regions.
"Thar's 150 resource
violations that might have
gone undetected and unin-
terrupted if we didn't
have this new technology
working for us," Vislocky
said.
In one case this year,
FWC pilots observed a
group of people hunting
deer at night for 90 min-
utes while directing
ground units to the remote
site. The operation re-
sulted in five arrests and
seizure of three illegally
killed deer.
Training law enforce-


GREAT ON THE GRILL FRESH GRADE "A" GROUND FRESH DAILY heads the FWC's Aviation sometimes have to fly ment aviation units is one
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CENTRAL VALLEY 2-20 LB BAG24 OZ III application process will be 10 a.m. EDT Sept. 6.
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Opportunities are available for:

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Production Operator Forklift Operator
Pay starts at $1.1.00 per hour

Nestle Waters offers great pay and an outstanding benefits package that includes
health and dental insurance along with a 401K and profit-sharing plans.

For information, call 850-971-2100. To pick up an application, drop by the
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A-1c Tonmmi Henderson of Green\ille returns after
eighteen months min Japan. He had t\o promotions while
overseas. Mrs. Robert Smith and daughter Barbara left for
Nagoya. Japan to join Lt. Col. Smith. who is stationed
there. -


Madison County Singing Convention will have an all
day sing at Moseley Hall Baptist Church.


Methodist WSCS had a banquet in Fellowship Hall
honoring 19 Methodist and affiliated students who are
leaving for college. Among Honor guest were Jimmy
Davis, Pat Buie, Herring and Carol Musser, Ladell Broth-
ers, Kenneth Studstill and Thomas John Begg 3rd and Bar-
bara Ann Naughton were there along with others.


September 3, 1965 Edition


It is the Grand Opening of Eagles' "Madison's Fashion
Leader." Mrs. Hazel Musser was in the giftware's section
being helped by manager Horace Williams. Mrs. Julia
Washington, and Mrs. Bill Mitchell were looking at clothes
and Bill Stewart was selecting a suit. Ready to help the cus-
tomers were Mrs. Edna Phillips, Mrs. Shirley Wig-
glesworth and of course Mrs. Horace Williams.


The silver quarter is going the wa) of the Indian-
head penn\. as the Philadelphia Mint stamped the
first of the nations new no-silher 25-cent pieces. The
"sandwich" coin 6ill still work in the 12 million
coin-operated %ending machines in the nation.


The Ladies Gold Association of Madison Country
Club met with 17 members and 3 visitors present.
Colleen Bunker. President, called to order and Emy
How erton w as elected the new secretary.


September 5, 1975 Edition


A.M. very early: Be quiet, Sissy, you will wake
up Mom. I want to watch Pebbles and Bamm Bamm
then the Bugs Bunny and Road Runner Show not Lit-
tle Theatre. Early P.M.: George! Are you watching
Championship Wresting? Put on Children's Film Fes-
tival for the kids. You can watch Major League Base-
ball later. The kids will be out playing. Remember, it
is my week for Lawrence Welk.


The Madison County Historical Society has re-
stored the old cotton gin engine from Florida Manufac-
turing Co., you can look for free, and anyone may blow
the whistle for 5 cents. Located'by SCL Railroad in
Madison .


Fraternal evening in the Shrine Club awarding 25
year certificates to Masons from Lodge Number 11
guests were C.D. Agner. T.M. Howerton. Jr., Vernon Ra-
gans. Buck Hancock and John Abbott just to mention a



September 3, 1985 Edition


The 26th Annual Wilder-Smith Reunion was held
Sunday September 1st at Suwannee River State Park. A
great time was had.


North Florida Junior College offers opportunities to
use the NFJC weight rooni. For $25, a non-student can
have a membership. Art classes at the Sr. Citizens build-
ing will resume as funded through NFJC under CIS pro-
gram for a fee of $23.


A community education bulletin, which will fully list
non-credit class's offered at NFJC, can be sent for. Some
classes being offer are Firearms for Women, Fishing and
Hunting Workshop. Personal Development/Grooming for
Girls and Coping with Separation and Divorce.


John L. Lurdberg, son of retired Senior master
Sgt. Larry A. and Marilyn L. Lundberg, of Greenville,
has been appointed a Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.


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chest, 2 nightstands. Sug. List, Cracker Barrel Antiues Glasswae Coletibles Gifts & Mre
CamhridCracker Barrel antiques* Glassware*- Collectibles- Gifts & MVo-rei


Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326
Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848


Security Systems
Lifetime Warranty
.Monitored 24 hours. Burglar and
Fire. Hardwire or wireless mo-
tion detectors. Door contacts,
glass break detectors, heat and
smoke detectors, panic buttons,
and many brand new and innov-
ative ideas offered only by this
company. BEST PRICES!!
William Greene-Security Con-
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If you Find an Item
or Animal and Would Like
to Find The Owner, Greene
Publishing, Inc Will Publish
The Ad For Free!
850-973-4141






Warning! Don't even think about
buying children clothing until you
visit this website! www.magickid-
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50 70% below dept store prices.
Everything Must Go
Moving Sale
Saturday Only!!!
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WILKINSON
WAREHOUSE SALE
Saturday, September 3
DOORS OPEN 8AM-12 NOON
1701 WEST GORDON STREET
VALDOSTA, GA. CALL FOR DI-
RECTIONS 800-633-2215
Porch & Yard Sale
Thur., Fri. & Sat.
Sept. 1, 2 & 3
Circa 1950 Avon bottle chess set,
Circa 1950 Hammond Chord or-
gan, 1976 concrete santa claus
lamp, Full length prime Lynx pelt-
Mtn man hat, Full size Diamond
plate pick up tool box, much misc-
trees & plants, egg laying female
*Emu, S & W 44 mag revolver like
new. Follow the signs from 360 &
221 Sirmons. 948-4555
Neighborhood Yard Sale
Sept. 2nd & 3rd
Cherry Lake area, 148 Prairie
Rd. Follow signs.
Please No Early Birds




2001 Cadillac Seville SLS
69,000 miles, excellent condition,
one owner, great gas mileage.
$15,500. Call 850-973-8614 or
850-973-2841

1994- Chrysler LHS -
loaded $2795
1993- Jeep Cherokee 2WD,
great transportation $1895
1986- Toyota Carolla
hatchback 35mpg $1195
386-697-9172

Chief Canoe w/trailer
$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.



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
Queen Mattress set, double pillow
top. New in plastic with warranty.
$150. 850-425-8374
Snake
4' long Albino
Burmese Python, $300
Call 850-929-2487


$4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250.
Brand new, solid wood.
850-222-9879
251bs. Of
Clean Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
850-973-4141

FORMAL DINING ROOM -
Brand .new cherry table with 6
chairs and lighted china cabinet.
$3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374
New leather sofa and loveseat.
$750, can deliver. 850-222-2113
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
MATTRESS SET New full set
with factory warranty, $99, call
850-222-7783
6Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New
in boxes, sacrifice $550.
850-222-7783




Elderly male, new to Madison,
good background needs roommate
or room to rent. Clean & well
educated with no handicaps.
Call Joan at Senior Citizen Cntr.
S50-9734241





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


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


Greenville Poinlte

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

/ C'outhemrn illas of

C\,adison Cfpartments

HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern \illas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
3 bedroom Mobile Home
1 1/2 bath, central heat and air,
chain link fence and utility building
on large lot with private well. Lo-
cated 1.5 miles from Madison on
Hwy 53 North. Call 850-971-5812
or 464-0657

4 bd, 2 bth Home
Hardwood floors
500 S. Horry St. $750 a month
plus security. One year lease.
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

House For Rent
Located in Madison 3bd, 1 bth,
central heat & air, no pets. Avail-
able Immediately, $550 mo. $300
security. 973-3345'
Trailer for Rent
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, no. pets
and no kids. 850-973-2504


.a111u1 lu Iianilor
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





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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, Corner lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant; and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141




House For Sale By Owner
Near Lake Frances, 910 Woodlawn
St. 3 br, 1 bath, screened porch,
fenced back yard, shown by ap-
pointment. $75,000, 973-8272.
CASH $$ Paid for land,
acreage, homes or mobile
homes, with property. Top
dollar paid \\th quick dos-
ing.
Call Ben (386) 365-7653


Great Buys!
2 acre wooded lo near the With-
lacoochee River. $10,000
1.5 acre lot with city water
$14,000
McWilliams Realty
850-973-8614 or 800-356-3260


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YOUTH SERVICES AIDE
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY
Suwannee County is currently
seeking applicants for a regular
part-time position of Youth Ser-
vices Aide for the Hamilton County
Libraries. This position will plan
and implement the Youth Services
activities and programs in Jasper,.
White Springs and Jennings under
the guidance of the Regional Youth
Services Coordinator.
The applicant must have the ability
to plan, organize and implement
youth activities. The ability to in-
teract with children of all ages'is
highly desired. Transportation is
needed and mileage will be reim-
bursed.
Minimum qualifications include a
high school diploma, current Flori-
da Driver's License and experience
working with children. Working
knowledge of basic computer pro-
grams and the Internet is required.
Experience with audio-visual
equipment, storytelling, puppet
plays, or craft activities is desired.
Salary range is $6.55 $9.14 per
hour depending upon qualifica-
tions. Retirement, insurance, paid
holiday (pro-rated) annual and sick
leave benefits are included. The po-
sition is for a 4-day workweek ex-
cept for the summer when the posi-
tion will become full-time for 12
weeks. Applications may be picked
up at any Hamilton County Public
Library or at the Suwannee County
Administrative Services Depart-
ment, 224 Pine Avenue, Live Oak,
FL 32064; telephone (386) 362-
6869. Applicants are encouraged to
submit resumes, letters of refer-
ence, and other biographical infor-
mation v..ith their applications. All
applications must be returned to the
Suwannee County Administrative
Services Department in Live Oak.
Position will remain open until
filled. All applicants subject to
drug testing prior to employment.
EEO/AA/V/D.


Now Hiring
Full, part time employees for
Grill Cooks, Flexible schedules,
weekly paychecks, health insurance
and other great benefits.
Apply in person at the Lake Park
location, 4914 Timber Drive.




EOE
Janitorial- Part Time
General maintenance and cleaning
for production facility. Requires
heavy & repetitive lifting.
Benefits, competitive wage & op-
portunity for growth. Please fill out
application at Relief Printing 240
SW Commerce Dne. Nladison, FL
32340
No phone calls please
PART-TIME
LIBRARY AIDE II
GREENVILLE PUBLIC
LIBRARY
Madison County is currently seek-
ing applicants for the position of
regular part-time Libran Aide II at-
the Green\ille Public Librar. The.
applicant \%ill \%ork appro.amatel%
8 hours per ,%eek regular) and aso
be used as a substirute dunng other
days o [the \%eek %hen needed.
Minimum qualifications include
graduaion from a 'tandaid high
school, ability, to .type and e'.peri-
ence with Internet and computer
software. I ibrary experience is de-
sired. S.ilar is $6.55 to $9.14 per
hour' depending on qualifications
and experience. Interested appli-
cants may obtain an application at
the Greenville, Lee or Madison
Public Libraries, or at the Suwan-
nee County Administrative Ser-
vices Department, 224 Pine Ave.,
Live Oak, FL 32064, 'telephone
(386), 362-6869. Applicants are en-
couraged to submit resumes, letters
of reference and other biographical
information with their applications.
All applications must be returned to
the. Administrative Services De-
partment in Live Oak. Po6irion %% ill
remain open until filled. AlL appli-
c:ntit subject to drug ieJ.ung prior to,
emrpl.:,'ient EE_)O.A V.'D

Full Time Phlebotomist
Madison Co. Memorial Hosp.
Call (850) 973-2271 or fax Re-
sume to (850) 973-8155


Advertising Sales
Person
needed at
GREENE PUBLISHING
Professional appearance and pleas-
ant personality a must. Must be'
able to work well under pressure
and maintain a team player rela-
tionship with coworkers. Experi-
ence and/or education in this field
preferred but not required. Apply in
person with resume at our Hwy 53
office

LIBRARY MANAGER
MADISON COUNTY LI-
BRARY, MADISON, FL
Suwannee County is currently
seeking applicants for the position
of Library Manager of the Madison
County Public Library in Madison,
FL. This permanent full-time posi-
tion has complete responsibility for
managing and supervising all li-
brary services in Madison. The
competitive applicant should pos-
sess experience in managing per-
sonnel, office administration,
proven written and verbal commu-
nication skills, and demonstrated
organizational abilities.- Library
experience desired. Minimum
qualifications include 4 years of
college-level course work, manage-
rial work experience or an equiva-
lent combination of training or ex-
perience. Salary range is $9.02 -
$13.63 per hour, depending on
qualifications and experience. Paid
holidays and annual and sick leave
are provided. Applications may be
obtained at the Madison, Lee or
Greenville .libraries or at the
Suwannee County Administrative
Services Department, 224 Pine
Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064; tele-
phone 386-362-6869. Applicants
are encouraged to submit resumes,
letters of reference, and other bio-
graphical information with their ap-
plication. All applications must be
returned to the Suwannee County
Administrative Services Depart-
ment in Live Oak. Position will re-
main open until filled. All appli-
cants are subject to drug testing pri-
or to employment. EEO/ AA/V/D.


ard Sale Visit the Tool Shop FRI- SUN 10 A.M. 4 P.M e Buy
Ls t ri i Ar Hwy. 19 S. (Old Motei)Iso) 838-1422. (8501 )84-7124Call Us


Phlebotomist
Part-Time
Nurse, Paramedic to do
insurance physical in
Madison area.
Call 850-422-2828

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 e\periernce, Florida li-
censed, clinical social worker or
mental health counselor preferred.
Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri'
day.
For more information and a com-
pleie h,,tiing of a.alable pomon-s.
"' %M.apalacheecenier.org
850-523-3217 or 800-226-2931
Human Resources .
2634-J Capilal Circle N.E.
Tallahassee. Fl
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check. Anr Equal Op-
porturuit/ Aftirmainie Acnon Em-
ployer Drug Free Workplace
$$ AVON i$$
Be -,our :in Boss!
Earn 50i'-
Sell $500,, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorcth\ -973-3153
Seeking worker with multitude of,
outdoor improvement abilities;
capable of learnirng & mastering
new skills quickly; must be able to,
work with demanding boss who
loves to worship God b\ all he does
& has no tolerance fo illegal drugs
EOE. Call 850- 545-1776 with
salary requirements.


rThe Ciy of Madison
will be accepting applications for a
Natural Gas Tech Trainee. Appli-
cants must be 18 years of age, pos-
sess a valid Florida Drivers Li-
cense, high school diploma or
GED, pass a drug test, background.
check and physical examination.
We would prefer someone, with at
least one year of field experience in
pipetfitung or gas related work.

Job applications and descriptions of
work required may be picked up at
City Hall between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m Nlonda%
through Frida;. \Ve ill be accept-
ing applicauons for this position
from August _22, until September 2.
2005

The Cit ot Madison is an Equal
Opporrunmr Employer and recog-
nizes veteran's preference.
Alligator Trapper(s)
The Florida Fish & Wildlife Con-
sen action Conumrussion's Statew ide
Nuisance Alligator Program is
looking for nuisance alligator trap-
per('s) for Madison. LafaNerte, and
Tahlor counties. Must ha\e clean
criminal history\ and no fish or
%wildlife violations For informa-
non please call Mrs Linda Collins
@, "8 63-462-0016 or e-mail.
IFCGATOR @-aMyFWC.com
SMITHFIELD
If you are interested in a promising
career, benefits and competitive
wages: and have mechanical skills
in industrial or refrigeration main-
tenance, Srrthfield Packing'Plant
in Madison is looking for mechan-
ics. E penence preferred.
Fax resume to 850-973-1877 or


Driver/Flatbed mail to 294 SW Harvey Greene Dr,
FL ONLY Madison FL 32340
Home Every Nite! A./EOET1'M/F/D/V
BCBS Family Insurance Plan
Starting at only $39.95/wk! W o k Wa n
Min23 yrs old,
Must have class (A)
CDL & 1 vr OTR Flatbed e~t.
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SUNBELT TRANSPORT a Handyman?
Or Apply Online! If you are elderly or need a man to
www.patriottrans.com work around your home or yards,
please call me to v.ork for \ou. I'm
Mature Christian wanted to reasonable. honest and pnde myself
spend every other Sunday Momrn- on doing a good job for you. I also
ing in our church nursery. Hours give Seniors a discount. Located in
8:00am 12:30 pm. If you Madison area.
would like to hate an impact on Please call 850-973-6991
children's and parent's lies before 9pm.


please consider appl nng for this
position. .Good hourly rate ith
eternal benefits. Call 973-3266.


Tractor Work
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Call 973-6326.


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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.

LONIE LEENDANTVIS 131 1POSTEDI i POSTE


LONNIE LEE DAVIS 31-05 I .1

SIMON CASTRO 2-1-05 200.00

MICHAEL ALLEN
O'QUINN 12-1-01 390.00


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

The Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Board of Directors will hold a meeting for
the Executive Committee Member, on Monday, September 12, 2005, 11:00 A.M. at the
Quality Inn'& Conference Center in Lake Citj. Florida.

9/2
NOI ICE- Ol METING
CITY COMMISSION
MADISON. FLORIDA

The regular meeting of the City Commission of the Cit3 of Madison, Florida will be held
Tuesday, September 13,2005 at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall.,
%n) person who decides to appeal an% decision made b. the Commission with respect to
anm matter considered of such meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose, hie or she may need to insure that a 'erbatim record or the proceedings ii
made, which record includes the testimony, and evidence upon which the appeal is based.
9/2 .


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAN DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIl EN. that HARRY C. GRAY,. i, the holder of Ihe following
certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the description of properly and name in which it is assessed is as
follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 99-5112
YE %R OF ISSUANCE 1999
NAME I[N WHICH H ASSESSEDD G\\ ENDOLYN CROSBW & ET AL
'DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 27-1N-09-4282-01111-000
%%EST PART OF NW 114 OF N% lI/4DEEDBK2
PG 564
.Ill of said property) being in the County of Madison. State of Florida. Unless such certifi-
cale shall be redeemed according to the law. the property. described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the mwst door at the Madison Count. Courthouse on the
4ih das of OCTOBER, at Il:l0am.

Dated this 251TH day of MLGLiST. 2005
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRClilTICOURT
SMADISON. FLORIDA


B%: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


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NO1 IC(E OFAPPLICAI ION tOR TAN DEEE

NOTICE IS. HEREBY GI EN. that HA RRY C. GRAY. II[ the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a Ta% Died to be irsued ihereon. The certificate num
ber and year of issuance. Ihe description of properly, and name in which il is assessed is a'
follows:


CERTIFICATE NO. 99-508
SEAR OF ISSUANCE 1999
NAME IN 5'HICH ASSESSED
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY


ELIZABETH [ULLII\MS-YOUNG
00-00-00-.4339-000-000
PLANT ADD BLK A LT 19 20, 21 & 22 BLESSED
OFF IN BK 188 PG 3621 EXCEPT FOR W 60' OF
LTS 20 & 21 & W 50' OF LT 22 OR 352 PG 07


U4r, t4ptsp,...jeb ng in the .conIuJul Madison. Stalite f ur Florida. Unlks such certifi
WIWI.lNA teamed according hela'sW. the properly describedd in such certificate wAill
be sold to the highest bidder at the wesi door al the Madison County Courthouse on the
41h day of OCTOBER, at 11:00 am.

Daled this 25TH day of UiGlUST, 2005

TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON. FLORID%


B): Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


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

CASE NO. 2005-65-CP

INRE: ESTATE OF

GUYE.SMITH

Deceased.


NOTICE OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION

The undersigned, as personal represenladve of Ibhe above estate, hereby gives
notice that an ancillary administration procedure for the estale of the above-named Decedent
was commenced onSeptember 16.2004, Ind Is now pending as case number 03D-4554 In the
Clerk of Superior Court In the State of Georgia, County of Tilft.
The name and residence address of the ancillary personal representative are
Mary Alice Caslleberry, 3636 Taylor Road, Musella, GA 31066 and the nature and
approximate value of the ancillary assets are real property valued atl aproximalel)
$75,000.00. I
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 this ISth day of June, 2005.


is/ Clav A. Schnilker
Clay A. Schnitker
FIa. Bar No. 349143
Post Omce Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-4186
Attorney for Personal Represenlatll'


/lt Mary A lice Casstileberry
Mary AUce Canileberry
3636 Taylor Road
Musella, GA 31066
Personal Representative


8/26. 9/2


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA i
CASE NO.2005-77-CP ,

IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHELE A. HINES
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administrarton)

TO ALL PERSONAL HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been
entered In the estate of MICHELE A. HINES, deceased, File Number 2005-77-CP, by the
Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Divlsdon, the address of which Is
Madison Counry Courthouse, Mtadison, Florida 32340; that there are no assets of Ihe estate;
the only assel osned by the Decedent was Decedent's homestead. for which a Petition to
Determine Homestead hat been filled. The names and addresses of the Decedent's heirs and
to whom the assets of the Decedent have been assigned are; Anna Harrison-Hines, chezMme.
Hovasse, 26 rue de I'Amiral Rousin, 75015 Parisi France; Amaya Acton, 122 N.E. 1" Street,
Satellite Beach, Florida 32937; Jortl Hines, 705 Oak Drive, Madison, Florida 32340-2727,
and Toby Hines, 480 Key Road,Titusville, Florida 32780
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three months after the date
of the first publication of this notice must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors Of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against
the estate ofthe decedent must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. 41
The date of the first publication of this Notice is September 2, 2005.


Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Clay A. Schnltker
Clay A. Schnltker
Fla. Bar ID# 349143
P.O.Drawer 652
Madison, FL 32341
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Person Giving Notice:
/s/Jorls Hines
Jorls Hines
705 Oak Drive
Madison, Florida 32340-2727


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