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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Physical Description: Newspaper
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Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 2005
Publication Date: 1933-
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General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        Page A 1
    Section B: Community
        Page B 1
    Section B: Community: 4-H Happenings
        Page B 2
    Section B: Community: Sports
        Page B 3
    Section B: Community: Outdoors
        Page B 4
    Section B: Community continued
        Page B 5
    Section B: Community: Classifieds
        Page B 6
    Section B: Community: Legals
        Page B 7
        Page B 8
    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
        Page A 7
    Section A: Main: Church
        Page A 8
    Section A: Main: Madison County History
        Page A 9
    Section A: Main continued
        Page A 10
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Friday September 16, 2005


Madison, Florida 32340


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Public Urged To Protect Against



Mosquitoes And Mosquito-Borne Viruses
Due to a recently tiniels for arboviruses, including East- mosquitoes to huLman. or animnalk. at 888-88)-5782.
confirmed horse case of em Equine Encephalitis (EEEi, West Mosquito-borne infections in people Additionall. information on these
Eastern Equine En- Nile (WN) and St. Louis Encephalitis can cause headache, fe ei. dizziness arboviruses can be found at the
cephalitis (EEEj in Virus, to determine if any of those confusion, mio\ement disorder and FDACS' \ebsite.
Madison County, the three viruses are present in the conm- coma. For more information on the htp://vw\ ..doacs.state.fl.us/ai. or by
Floda Department of unity. ir's please isit the DOH's ebsite. calling k85V)- 410-0900. The Florida
prFlorida Departm ent of m u nitys pea.... "h DO-; %e -
Health (DOH) is encour- The Florida Departmient: of http.',e,,,,\.doh.tite.fl.usientiron- Fish and wildlife e Conseration Corn-
aging residents and visitors Health (DOH) and Agriculture and mentcolnnimntit/arbo\iral/inde\ hmil mission maintains a \ebsite for report-
of Florida to take a numberofstepsto Consumer Services (FDACS), along The Disease Outbreak Information ing \\ild bird die offs related to \est
protect themselves against mosquitoes. %%ith other state and local agencies, are Hotline offers recorded updates on Nile Virus. To report a suspected case.
The state monitors animals as sen- working g to detect the % iruses spread b\ medical alerts .tatUs and stur eillance Please see EEE. Page 2A


Katrina


Scam Alert


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Many of the 4.000 Web sites advertising
relief services for Humcane Katrina could
be fake and about 60 percent of them come
from overseas a sign they ma. be bogus.
the FBI said on Tuesday. September 13.
Senior FBI and Justice Department offi-
cials w% earned Americans \ ho w ant to donate
money to the relief effort to be cautious to
avoid fraudulent charities, including those
that pretend to be malor organizations like
the Red Cross.
"Just like. these natural disasters bring
,out the best in people, the. also bring out
some of the worst elements of the cenminal
element out there who are w killing to take ad-
S antage of those who are %w killing to gi\ e and
those w\ho so desperately need the relief."
said Chris S\\ecker, chief of the FBI's crim-
inal investigative division.
Swecker said the FBI is investigating
sites of fraudulent charities. He said there
are about 4.000 sites advertising Katrina re-
lief services, and about 60 percent of them
are coming from overseas.
"That is not a reason unto itself to con-
clude that that's a scanim eb site, but it is a
reason to be cautious." he said.
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonza-
les said some of the bogus sites had been
shut down but would not give details on the
number or ho%\ many investigations had
been launched.
"\We must ensure that those offering a
helping hand do not become victims them
Please see Hurricane Katrina, Page 2A


3 Sections, 52 Pages
Annie's Mailbox.............. B
Around Madison......... .4-7A
Church............................ SA
Classifieds..................... 6B
Comm. Calendar........... .5A
4-H Happenings...............2B
Jail Report....................3A
Madison County
History.:...........................9A
Legals.................... .......7B
Obituaries,....................5A
Outdoors........................4B
The Remote
Guide ...............C Section
School.......... ..................1lB
Sports........... .....3B
Step Back in Time............5B
Viewpoints........ ...........2-3A


Taylor County Selected For New Power Plant County


A two-year site selection process for a $1.5
billion power plant in North Flonda culminated to-,
da\ w% ith an announcement that the electric utilities
reached an agreement to purchase property in Tay-
lor County.
The 3,200-acre property is located approxi-,
mately four miles southeast of the city of Perry.
The land is bordered by Highway 27 on the north
and near Buckeye. a specialty cellulose plant. Pro-
ject Manager Mike Law son said. "'We are excited
to locate the plant in Taylor County. We look for-
ward to working with public officials, \who have
been very supportive. And we look frirward to
sharing with citizens the details of our plans to
build one of the cleanest pow er plants of its kind
in the country."
TheFlorida Municipal Power Agency, Jack-"
sonville Electric Authority (JEA), the'City of Tal-
lahassee and Reedy Creek Improvement District
will purchase the land from tw o sellers. The Foley
Timber and Land Co. agreed to sell approximately,
1,900, and Buckeye agreed to sell approximately
1,300 acres. The purchase price is $5,000 per acre.
During the site selection process, the utilities
looked at properties throughout Florida. Some of
the characteristics that make Taylor County the


best location include simple acreage, competitive
railroad delivery options, adequate w% ater supply
and access to electric transmission lines.
No\\ that the site has been selected, the utili-
ties will begin a detailed sie investigation and
conduct more site-specific engineering and design
for the generating unit. The pov. er plant permitting
process is' expected to take tw o y ears, so ground-
breaking could occur in 2(008. and commercial op-
eration could begin in 2012.
The generating unit will produce 800
niegaw\atts of electricity, capable of serving
400,000 people. The unit \% ill include a ne\\. high-
efficiency boiler design that uses less fuel and pro-
duces fewer emissions per megaw\ att of electricity
than most existing coal plants.
To protect the community and the enxiron-
ment, the power plant will incorporate the best
available environmental control technologies. The
enx ironmenial controls will cost approximately
$500 million, or one-third of the plant's total cost.
The plant will have advanced air quality con-
trol technologies that make it dramatically cleaner
than older coal plants ard well within safe human-
health standards.
Please see Power Plant, Page 2A


Griner Auto Group


Holds Madison Tent Sale


Griner Auto Group is having a tent sale on Highway 90 in Madison. through
this Saturday. The sale is at the old BP station across from Wachovia Bank. Shown
with one of the vehicles offered for sale are, left to right, Clay Griner, Will Cowens,
Mike Clifton, and Johnnie Horton. Please see ad on page 10A. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Mike Moore, September 15, 2005)


Fri
9/16 V
General sunny despite a few aft-
temoon clouds. Hot. High 96F



9/17
Plenty of sun, Hihis in the mid 90
and lows in the tiper 60s.


Sun

Sunny. Highs in the nd 90s and
lows in the low 70s.


Commission

Approves

Tax Roll
B.1 Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Ih.
The Madison County Commission
certified the 2005-2006 Fiscal Year Non-
Ad Valorem Assessment Roll to Madison
County Tax Collector Frances Ginn at a
special meeting held Wednesday. Sep-
temirber 14.
The board voted unanimously to ap-
prove the assessment roll.
The board also approved amendment
to the Five Year Schedule of Improve-
ments. The amendment involved adding
a road to be paved to the schedule.
The next regular meeting of the
Nladison County Commission will be on
Wednesday. September 21. at 9 a.m. in
the County Commissioners' Meeting
Room at the Courthouse Annex.

School Board

Revisits

Substitute

Teacher List
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County School Board
\ ill revisit its substitute teacher list at its
Tuesday evening meeting. September
20, meeting.
The reason the issue is being revisit-
ed is because a group of concerned par-
ents voiced their concerns oxer one sub-
stitute at the September 6 meetirig of the
board. The. substitute \\as accused of
Please see Teacher, Page 3A

Chamber Of

Commerce

Hosts

Legislative

Breakfast
The: Madison County Chamber of
Commerce, in conjunction with North
Florida Community College and Madi-
son County Farm.Bureau, is sponsoring
a Legislative Breakfast, scheduled for
Monday, September 19 at 7:30 a.m., in
the North Florida Community College
Student Center.
The purpose of this meeting is to
bring together local businesses, com-
munity leaders and citizens for a better
understanding of the legislative issues
Please see Chamber, Page 3A


Cowboys Kick Off Home Opener

Friday Night ~vs~ Suwannee

Boot Hill 7:30 P.M.
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4-H Happenings 2B
Sports 3B
Outdoors 4B
Classified 6B
Legals 7B


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MCOS Journalism Class

On The Vronco seat
.4 A MlilTHllllBli


Students in theMCCS journalism class are pictured, left to right: Dillon
Rykard, Brandon Granberg, Amber Wilson, Ashley Duran, Alexa Beggs, Jessica
Phillips, Elaine Terry, Dylan Hammock, Jordan Hughes, Cammie Frakes and Jalisa
Reddick.
By Jacob Bembry ing stories for the Bronco Beat. For informa-
Greene Publishing, Inc. tion on how you can support the newspaper,
A group of 11 sixth graders is covering -please call Griffin at 973-5192.
the beat for Madison County Central School. Stories the class plans on working on are
The 11 students are all members of Susanne. looking at how sixth graders, who trans-
Griffin's journalism class at the school. ferred from another school,' are adapting to
The students are busy selling ads and do- life at their new school.

NFCC Announces New Faculty,

And Staff Appointments


New staff additions from
Madison County are math in-
structor Phillip Taylor, Dyana
Martin, instructor for the new
registered nursing program,
Lawson K. "Skip" James, in-
structional coordinator of the
criminal justice academy and
Diane Webb, instructional as-
sistant ti Eli,: Fiaiciat Carc
Technician program, and
Leslie Greenlee, records and
registration specialist.
Greenlee, of Pinetta, was
formerly employed in the of-
fice of Dr. Biehler, Valdosta.
She attended Mississippi
County Community College
in Blytheville, Arkansas, and
is currently attending NFCC.
James, of Madison, who
holds a M.S. in criminal jus-
tice from Nova University, is
a retired law enforcement of-
ficer with more than 30 years,
experience. He taught crimi-'
nal justice at Hillsborough
Community College.
Martin, of Greenville,
was formerly employed with
the Agency for Health Care

Local Students

Valdosta Sta
The following .area
students are Summer
2005 graduates.of Val-,
dosta State University
in Valdosta, Ga.
Thomas Harvey
Greene III of Madison.
Bachelor of Arts -
Philosophy
Sandy Turner of
Madison. Bachelor of
Arts, Sociology
Wendy Gail Wash-
ington of Pinetta. -
iBachelor of Science in


Administration. She holds a winska is coordinator for mar-
BSN from Barry University keting and business relations,
and is working toward a mas- at Green Industries Institute,
ter's in health law through and Denise Bell is staff assis-
Nova Southeastern Universi- tant to academic departments.
ty. Staff changes ate: Miki
Taylor, of Madison, holds Richardson as coordinator of
a M.S. in mathematics from the allied health lab and Bob-
Florida State University. He ble O'H-irj a, coordinator of
ha-,_t. ughl Jt.-a.i..i.ldo~t,.Lt i----. ~l ,a.U%,tt|-l arid uigafi-
cal College. Thomas College zauons. BobbN Scott is coor-
and Florida State Umversity. dinator of high school & col-
Webb, of Lee, is a gradu- lege relations and Karen
ate of North Florida Junior Stewart is a fulltinie faculty
College. She holds an A.S. de- member of the licensed practi-
gree in nursing from the Uni- cal nursing program.
versity of New York. She was On temporary assign-
formerly with the Madison ment are Adrian Dorsey, as-
County School District. sistant baseball coach; Austin
Other faculty additions Gaylard, grounds-keeper at
are accounting instructor Ed Green Industries; Meghan
Bagley, English instructor Su- Pressley, corporate training at
san Taylor, Robert Brantley Green Industries; Bob Spur-
and Mike Talbott, English lock, groundskeeper at
instructors for a Department NFCC: and Billy e Thompson
of Corrections training pro- with the College'Board grant
ject, and M. Ruby Steely, program.
nursing instructor. For information' contact.
Phillip Mantzanas is co- College Advancement by
ordinaior of grants and com- calling 850/973-1653 or
muniy initiaieats, Nlagda Si-. e-mail new"s@nfcc.edu.


Graduate From .

te University
Education Early'
Childhood Education.


Thomas Harvey. Greene II


Bedscape: Night 2004, Oil on canvas, by Meredith McMackin


SN FCC Art Gallery Features


Artist Meredith, M ceM ackin


The works of artist
Meredith McMackin %will
be on display ,at the North
Florida Comrmunit\ Col-
lege Art Galler\ Sept. 26
through Oct. 21. An open-'
ing reception featuring Mc-
Nlackin ill be Friday,
Sept. 23 from 6-8 p.m. Re-
freshmentk will be served
and the public is invited.
.,The reception and ex-
hibit, sponsored b \ the
NFCC Art Department, are
open to the public without
charge. '-Coordinating the
exhibit is NFCC art in-
structor Lisa Frank who in-

come and support the arts."'
McMackin is a working
artist and teacher in Talla-
hassee. She teaches part-
time for the Art Depart-
ment at Florida State Uni-
versity as well as Tallahas-
see's LeMoyne Art Center,
and the Brush and Palette.
Her works deal \with con-
cepts about environment,
memory and light.
"I consider myself pri-
marily a painter, although
I, enjoy experimenting
with a variety of media
and, processes, especially
printmaking," said Mc-
Mackin. "My work is in-
spired by my personal sur-


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Senator Nancy Argenziano
State Rep. Will Kendrick

The cost is $10 a ticket. Tickets may be purchased
at the Chamber Office on Range Street.
Call 850-973-2788.

Sponsored by:
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105 N. Range Street Madison, Florida 32340
North Florida Community College
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32340
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roundings as well as mem-
ories."
McMackin received
her MNFA from FSU in
2003. Before coming to
Florida in 2000, Meredith
taught high school art in,
Lake Oswego, Oregon (a
suburb of Portland). She
earned a Master of Arts in
Teaching from Lew is &
Clark College in Portland.
and a Bachelor of Fine
Arts from Oregon State
University. She currently
works in a variety of me-
dia and maintains a studio
at Railroad Square Art
.P, Erak jn Tri',hd1a -s ,ec.
Pl'se jon I FCC and
artist Meredith McMackin
for the Sept. 23 opening
reception, 6-8 p.m. The
exhibit will also be open
to the public Monday -Fri-
day, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
Sept. 26 through Oct. 21.
-The NFCC Art Gallery is
located in the Student
Center. Building 9, on the
NFCC campus in Madi-


For more information.
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at (850)973-1642 or email
frankly nfcc.edu.


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4PH HAPPENINGS


Friday, September 16, 2005


4-H Clubs Begin'


Their Programs


By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
It is 4-H time again in
Madison County. The well-
known youth group is be-
ginning its fall program.
The local 4-H clubs official-
ly kicked off their activities
on September 1. Local offi-
cials again expect good par-
ticipation by Madison
County youngsters. Young
people from ages 5-18 may
participate.
Rachel Kudelko from


Clearwater, is the Madison
County 4-H Extension
Agent. The University of
Florida graduate has been in
Madison County since Feb-
ruary of this year. She is em-
ployed by Madison County
and the University of Flori-
da.
"We encourage young
people to be involved in this
excellent program. They can
really learn by doing," said
Kudelko.
In last year's program,
about 140 kids took part.
Throughout the county,
there are clubs with differ-
ent interests. Six of these
clubs operated this past year
and are expected to again
provide fun and learning for
young people.
One of these clubs has a


Rachel Kudelko has been
the 4-H director since the
beginning of the year.
"horse theme," another
works with sewing and fab-
rics, one works, with live-
stock, while another is in-
volved in archery and
firearms.


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The 4-H name stands
for head, heart, hands,
health and the program has
been going for about 80
years in Florida.
For more information,
call (850) 973-4138. The
website is http://madison.
ifas. ufl.edu/4-H.
The Madison County 4-
H Livestock Club had its
first meeting for the 2005-
2006 year on Sunday, Sep-
tember 11. The meetings are
held at the Madison County
Extension Office.
The Saddles & Spurs 4-
H Club had its first meeting
for the 2005-2006 year on
Monday, September 12. The
meeting was held at Kathy
Floyd's Residence. Contact
Kathy Floyd at 973-3183 for
details.
Some Clubs have not set
meeting dates yet for the.
2005-2006 year. The dates
will be posted 'as they be-
come available. The follow-
ing club list and meeting
dates are from the 2004-
2005 year to provide a gen-


eral idea of when clubs may
meet.
2004-2005 Club Meet-
ing dates:
Madison County 4-H
Livestock Club (Open to
ages 8-18) Every second
Sunday of each month at
2:30 "pm at the Madison
County Extension Office -
No meetings during summer
months.
Hickory Grove 4-H Club


- Call Jennifer at 971-5338
for information ,on meeting
dates.
Saddles & Spurs 4-H
Club Meetings are 2nd
Monday of each month at
the Senior 'Citizens Building
which is behind the City Hall
in Greenville. They will
meet second Monday of each
month at the Senior Citizens
Building. For more informa-
tion call Rhonda Dobson at
997-0095 or Kathy Floyd at
948-3183.
4-H Jake Shooting
Sports Club (Open to ages
8-18) Call Melody Foust for
more information at 973-
6011.
Friday Sewers' 4-H
Club 4-H Sewing club meets
2nd Friday of each month at
2:30 at the Madison County
Extension Office during the
school year. Call 973-4138
for more information .


4-H Calendar

SEPTEMBER 2005
September 26th Flori-
da Family Day Celebrate
by getting your family to-
gether for a meal at home.
OCTOBER 2005
October 1st -, Deadline
for North Florida Fair
Registration at the Madi-
son 4-H office. 4-H Dept
210 Exhibit Registration -
call for details 850-973-
.4138. Madison County Ex-
tension
October 2nd 8th Na-
tional 4-H Week .
October 4th 6pm 4-H
Advisory Committee
Meeting Madison,
County Extension Office
October 11th 6pm
4-H District III Council
Meeting TBA
October 21st Dead-
line to turn in 4-H Dept
210 Fair Exhibits to the 4-
H Office Madison
County Extension Office
October 24 Deadline
for turning in money to
purchase Fair ride
coupons. $10.00 purchas-
es $18.00 worth of fair
ride coupons to be used
on 4-H Day till 6 p. m.
Coupons can be. used on
4-H Day only.Turn mon-
ey in to the 4-H Office.
NOVEMBER 2005
November 3rd 13th
North Florida Fair, Talla-
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Friday, September 16, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3B


John Bullard Wins Chair, Cabinet In Drawing


John Bullard, "the
Voice of the Cowsboys." was
the big %winner of a cabinet
and a rocking chair in a re-
cent fundraiser to raise
money for the NMadison
County High School Air
Force ROTC. The ROTC is
now a thing of the past at
NICHS. so funds were
turned over to the Civil Air
Patrol. School Board NMem-
ber Kenny Hall's students
at Hamilton Correctional
Institution made the cabi-
net and the chair. John is
seated in his rocking chair,
which he picked up at the
Bank of America. Standing.
left to right, are Shelby
Light, Toni Day. Candi
Dressier and Bank of
America President NMar.
Ann Sanders. (Greene Pub-
lishing. Inc. Photo by Jacob
Bembry)


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Two In Football Poll
By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Count3 High School Cowboys have
moved up to the number two spot in the latest Florida
Sportswriters Association football poll. The poll "\as re-
leased Tuesday in Lakeland. The Cowboys are tied with
Miami Gulliver Prep w ith 54 total poll votes.
Madison County opened the season at number four.
but posted a victory over Georgia power Valdosta, and
last Friday beat Class 4A Columbia County. Team
records, first-place votes, and total points are listed.

CLASS 2A
1. Jacksonville Bolles (3-0) (15) 83
2. Madison County (2-0) (1) 54
3. Miami Gulliver Prep (2-0) 54
4. Plantation American Heritage (3-0) (1) 37 5. Holly-
wood Chaminade (1-2) 12 Also receiving votes: Pompano
Beach (3-0) 10. Bushnell South Sumter (1-1) 5.
CLASS 2B
1. Ocala Trinity Catholic (3-0) (13) 79
2. Blountstown (3-0) (2) 66
3. West Palm Beach King's Academy (3-0) (.2) 48
4. Vernon (3-0) 23
5. Pahokee (1-1) 20
Also receiving votes: Miramar Parkway (3-0) 6, Lake
Butler Union Count)' (1-1) 4. Melbourne Florida Air (1-0) 4.
Frostproof (1-0) 4. Gainesville P.K. Yonge (2-0) 1.


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Friday, September 16, 2005


LAST CALL FOR ALLIGATOR

HUNTING PERMITS


Time is running out for
hunters wanting to participate in
this year's statewide alligator har-
vest. Alligator harvest permits
will remain on sale through Sept.
20 on a first-come, first-served ba-
sis.
Alligator harvest areas and
hunt dates are listed at
MyFWC.com/alligator under
"Alligator Harvest Permit Avail-
ability." Permit holders are al-
lowed to take two alligators from
designated areas during specific
harvest periods running through
Oct. 8.
Permits can be purchased at
any county tax collector's office,
license agent (retail outlet that
sells hunting and fishing licenses),
online at MyFWC.com/license or
by calling toll-free 1-888-HUNT-
FLORIDA (486-8356) from any-
where in the United States or
Canada.
To secure a permit, applicants
must submit payment for an alli-
gator trapping license and two al-
ligator-hide validation tags, or


provide proof of a valid alligator
trapping license (must be valid
through Oct. 8) plus pay the fee
for two hide validation tags. No
other hunting licenses are re-
quired.
The cost for a resident alliga-
tor trapping license and hide vali-
dation tags is $272, and nonresi-
dents pay $1,022. For each al-
ligator taken, the hunter must
complete and
send in an alligator harvest report
form to the FWC. Data gathered
from these forms enable FWC bi-
ologists to monitor population
trends and impacts on the annual


harvest.
A resident or nonresident alli-
gator trapping agent license also is
available to consumers for $52.
This license allows the holder to
assist a trapper in taking alligators
but only in the-presence of the per-
mitted trapper. All persons seek-
ing a harvest permit must be at
least 18 years old by Sept. 1, and
only one harvest permit per per-
son will be issued.
For more information on
how to get involved in these excit-
ing alligator hunts, .visit
M)FWC.com/alligator and click
on "Statewide Hunts."


FWC OFFICERS DELIVER DOG FOOD

TO WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER


While deployed in
Biloxi, Miss., Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) law en-
forcement officers have taken
on the mission of helping sur-
,vivors recover from Hurri-
cane Katrina.
But, in addition to help-
ing the people, wildlife and
pets are also receiving assis-
tance from FWC.
,Officer Jimmy Jordan,"
from Alachua.County, made a
special run Sept. 6 to the
Wildlife Care and Rescue
Center to deliver 500 pounds
of dog food, to Tammi Car-
son, a volunteer at the center.
The center was destroyed
during the storm, and the an-
imals had to be moved out to
volunteers' homes.
"Right now, I have a red-
tailed hawk, three doves and
two crows in small cages in
my back yard, a baby duck in
the bathtub, a screech owl in
my garage and an assortment
of rats, baby opossums and
squirrels in my living room,"
Carson said. "Many of our
cages were destroyed during
the hurricane. I'm just


putting them where I can."
Carson and her two chil-
dren, Clay, 8, and Chandee,
6; rode out the, storm in
Biloxi. Their house made it
through the storm, but the
back yard didn't fare as well.
"I can't believe I've lost
all my trees. I've been here
eight years and have released
so many critters out here. I
can't stand to come out here.
This breaks my heart," she
said with a catch in her voice.,
"It's amazing what you
take for granted. My son has
an iguana and we can't find
vegetables for him. I've been
scrounging through garbage
looking for whatever I can
find for him. You just get so
used to going to the store and
getting what you need. In a
situation like this, you simply
can't," she said.
"But today, some of my
prayers were answered. I was
still dozing this- morning
when I got a phone call from
FWC saying the\ had dog
food' for me. I asked if they
had any cat food too, since
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of the animals. After I hung


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bolted up in bed, grabbed my
phone and made sure I had
gotten that call. I thought I
was dreaming. I couldn't be-
lieve it. We need that food so
badly, she said. .
According to Lt. Scott-
Kihei, patrol supervisor for
Columbia and Baker coun-
ties, ''We heard, about Tammi
needing the food from one of
the Mississippi Marine Patrol
dispatchers we're working
with on this deployment. We
had plenty of dog food for
our K-9s, so we wanted to
help."
"Officer Jordan came
this morning and dropped off
10 50-pound bags. Let me-
tell you, there are some hap-
py dogs in the neighborhood
tonight," Carson said.
In addition to the
wildlife she's caring for,
Carson has three dogs apnd
she has been feeding the cats
and dogs for those neighbors
who evacuated before the
storm.
Jordan also has been tak-
ing milk to the Carson
household daily. Doctors
have instructed Carson's
daughter to consume dairy
products every day. Jordan
ensures she has a constant
supply.
"The Wildlife Care and
Rescue Center is a non-,
profit organization, and we
need just about everything,
from medical supplies to
food and cages as well as
office materials.
Anyone interested in
donating to the Wildlife
Care and Rescue Center can
send donations to Tammi
Carson at P.O. Box 4244,
Biloxi, MS 39531.


FWC O.ICER ARRESTS STOLEN BOAT'S "CAPTAIN"
A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation them he had just picked up the captain off the
Commission (FWC) officer arrested a suspect Duchess Too and was taking him to the Keaton
charged with stealing a commercial Beach Marina.
fishing vessel out of Madeira Beach Cooper and deputies with the Taylor
Monday. County Sheriff's Office responded to
FWC Lt. Bruce Cooper, pa- (the Keaton Beach Marina to meet
trol supervisor from the Big the private vessel and the
Bend Field Office, took- suspect. However, .the
Tony Baumgardner, 37, .- -- boat made it to the mari-
of Madeira Beach, into n--^=- .-- na prior to the officers'
custody for grand theft of a .---, "- arrival and a search for the
vessel. suspect began.
Cooper had received a call from the C, Cooper located the suspect and placed
U.S. Coast Guard about the Duchess Too him into custody. Baumgardner was trans-
a 31-foot commercial long line vessel that ported the Taylor County Jail. The stolen ves-
had been stolen in Pinellas County and located sel, Duchess Too, was also located and se-
grounded off of Spring Creek in Taylor Coun- cured. The owner was contacted.
t. A private boater called the USCG to tell FWC is conducting the theft investigation,,


FWC OFFICERS ESCORT FUEL TRUCKS

FOR MISSISSIPPI HOSPITAL GENERATORS


With blue lights flashing ;that the tanker truck gets to


and sirens blowing, Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC) law
enforcement officers 'got the
tanker truck through another
intersection with no working
lights in Biloxi, Miss.
FWC Officers Billy'
Giles, from Perry, and Kevin
Larson. from Jacksonville,
helped Jimmy VanBoskerck, a
tanker driver with Starling
Fuel Service in Jacksonville,
maneuver through traffic to
the Memorial Hospital in
Biloxi.
-"We're running fuel to the
hospital generators so they
can keep running. Their pow-
er isn't back on yet," Giles.
said.
The 'two FWC officers
had escorted the tanker to
Meridian, Miss. that morning
to pick up a load of diesel and
gasoline., WheTn the truck ar-
rived at the hospital, Michael
Zieman, hospital administra-
tor, was glad to see it.
"We were crossing our
fingers today," Zieman said.
"We were down to 100 gal-
lons, so'we are happy to see
you all. The hospital genera-
tors burn about 225 gallons
an hour. .Thanks for coming
to help. We sure appreciate
it."
The next stop was
Singing River Hospital in
Pascagoula, Miss. Sonny
Freeman, hospital construc-
tion craftsman, was on site
when the tanker rolled up.
Freeman, who had lost his
house during Katrina, was
living at the hospital.
Although the hospital
had just been refueled by, an-
other truck, Freeman thanked
the officers -and driver for
stopping by to check on the
hospital's situation.
"It sure helps to know
that people are making sure
we stay up and running,"
Freeman said. "We are run-,
ning our generators continu-
ously since the power keeps
coming on and off."
According to Lt. Jeff
Hudson, patrol supervisor
from the Titust ille Field Of-,
fice, the FWC escorts ensure


its destination and returns to
'the command post compound
safely, .
"Several FWC officers
have been "chasing fuel' all
over Mississippi," Hudson
said. "We locate depots that
have fuel and then escort the
tanker truck to get a load.
"Then two officers (one in
front and one in back of the
truck) escort the tanker to its
destination 'to make the fuel,
drops. Officers Kevin
Hansen and Herb Fererking
have been escorting the
trucks to four area hospitals-
to keep them powered up and
running," Hudson said.
"Officer Hansen found,
fuel all over Mississippi.
He's traveled to the Meridian
Naval Air Station, Camp
Shelb. and several other de-
pots. In addition to the hospi-.
.,.tals,,FWC has also delivered
fuel to the county mainte-
nance building in Purvis,
Miss., and an assisted living
facility that was within two
hours of running completely
out of diesel for their genera-
tors," Hudson said.
According to Dave;
Walker, the "fuel boss" who
works for B-Line Carriers


out of Brooksville, Fla.,
"We're providing support to
everyone who is headed out
for this operation. We had
100 vehicles from Indiana
roll in Monday. They were
state troopers, conservation
officers and fire-and-rescue
units. We made sure that
they had the fuel they, need-
ed to make their destination.
"One of the' trucks we
have here can, pump from
truck to truck, from truck to
tank, from tank to tank or
from ground to truck. We
also have a small tank wag-
on with a 150-foot hose.
This is what we've been us-
ing to refuel the 85-foot
FWC vessel 'JJ Brown,'"
Walker said as he gassed up
FWC vehicles for their re-
deployment back to Florida.
The FWC contingent
leading Sept. 6 was part of
the first group of officers
to deploN to storm-ravaged
Biloxi Aug. 29.
"I hate to see, these
guys leave," Walker said.
'I just about got them all
trained. But I am apprecia-
tive of all the support the
FWC officers are provid-
ing to us. It makes the job
easier."


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C.C. Lynch. Jr., of Rome, Ga., has been
visiting his uncle. Buford Selman and family,
here.
Shelton Davis, and Henry Littleton left
Sunday afternoon to begin their studies iat
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( September 17, 1965
Pvt. George M. Register left Thursda' 'for
Fort Knox, Ky..To finish his training in the
Army Reseri es.
Troy Hendr\ celebrated his birthday\ with a
fishing party September 11 at the home of his
"Suiday School teacher, Mrs. W.C. Littleton. Jr.,
Mis.. DF. Burnett is spending seven days in
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Winn Dixie specials: boneless chuck roast.
$1.18 lb.; ground beef. 66 cents a pound; chuck
steak, 98 cents a pound; coffee. 88 cents for a one-
pound bag
Isaiah Tompkins celebrated his 90th birthday.
Harmony Church celebrated homecoming Sun-
day,. September 14. Pastor Hollis Carroll delivered
the sermon.


September 13, 1985
City Manager Tom Moffses called a press con-
ference Tuesda) to air his grievance against Penick
Plating, Inc., the manufacturing concern doing all the
parts plating with ITT Thompson Metal Products.
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Beagle/Basset Great Buys!
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Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848

Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326

Security Systems
Lifetime Warranty
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Just in time for hunting season
For sale 1994 GMC Suburban 4x4,
custom grill & flood lights. Rear
air, has a few dents but runs great.
Blue book 7-8k;,will take $5,000
obo 464-0522.
2001 Cadillac Seville SLS
69,000 miles, excellent condition,
one owner, great gas mileage.
$15,500. Call 850-973-8614 or
850-973-2841
I Chief Canoe w/trailer I
$500 464-0522




MATTRESS SET New full set
with factory warranty, $99, call
850-222-7783
NEW Brand Name IKing Mattress
Set, $250, in factory plastic, war-
ranty. 850-425-8374

2516s. of "
Clean Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
850-973-4141

NEW BEDROOM SET: Beautiful
cherry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood
- King.sleigh bed, dresser, mirror,
chest, 2 nightstands. Sug. List,
$4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112
INCOME
OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Three rental mobile homes in
an established trailer park. Cur-
rent 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-
inent.
Call 850-973-6131 or
850-464-1165'
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250.
Brand new, solid wood.
850-222-9879
New leather sofa and loveseat.
$750, can deliver. 850-222-2113
Queen Mattress set, double pillow
top. New in plastic with warranty.
$150. 850-425-8374
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic.
Must sell, $125. 850-545-7112
FORMAL DINING ROOM -
Brand new cherry table with 6
chairs and lighted china cabinet.
$3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374
6Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New
in boxes, sacrifice $550.
850-222-7783



Wanted in Madison County -
small parcel of land w/dwelling for
my displaced brother who is elder-
ly/disabled. To buy/lease or rent.
Phone Kathy 948-8255.

Wanted to buy
Home site, rural land, with
or without a house. 850-
973-3981





Snake for Sale
4' long Albino Burmese Python,


$300 Call 850-929-2487


hoUts anU wUIonIIn. V46:. 7-u/.
CKC Chihuahua Puppies
For Sale. Mother (51bs) & Father
(31bs) on property, $300 each.
850-971-5456






reenville Pointe

Apartments

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

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HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711:
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity

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

Martin House
Downtown Madison
1 Large efficiency $275.
1 Large 2 bedroom $450.
Heat & Air. mature responsible
adfih No children ind No pets
Call 850,5.78,-2781..... ,

For rent 3/2 mobile home on pri-
vate lot, water and septic fur-
nished, also mobile home spaces
available. 850-973-4615


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 pp-
pointment. $75,000, 973-8272.
CASH $$ Paid for land,
acreage, homes or mobile
homes with property. Top
dollar paid with quick clos-
ing.
Call Ben (386) 365-7653


10 acres in Madison set up for
horse lovers.. Fenced pasture,
30x24 barn/tack room/caretaker
apartment. SWMH w/76' covered
porch. Excellent condition.
$235,000. Call Jan Fessler at Poole
Realty. 386-364-8407


1.5 acre lot with city water
$14,000

McWilliams Realty
850-973-8614 or 800-356-3260

Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, .Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326



PART-TIME TELLER

Capital City Bank is seeking an ex-
perienced Teller in our Madison
County Office to cash checks, re-
ceive deposits, refer bank products
and services, balance and maintain
a cash drawer and perform other
various teller transactions.. Ideal
candidate must be detail-oriented
and possess basic math skills.

Send resume to:
Human Resources
Capital City Bank
P.O. Box 900
Tallahassee, FL 32302
E-mail: jobs@ccbg.com
Fax: 850-878-9139
Please reference SP on all
correspondence
EOE/ Drug Free


Relief Printing is looking for a Web
Designer who has experience with
graphic design (Photoshop, Illustra-
tor) as well as web design (HTML,
JavaScript, Flash, Java). Candidate
must be creative and able to work
with customer guidelines to deliver
interactive and user-friendly con-
tent in an aggressive time frame.
Knowledge of web scripting lan-
guage (ASP, Java, ASP.NET, Cold
Fusion) a plus.

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A great benefit package
A friendly team oriented work en-
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A safe work environment

For more information regarding
this position, please contact Teri
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tbbarrs@reliefprinting.com or ap-
ply,in person at Relief Printing 240.
SW Commerce Drive, Madison, FL
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Apalachee Center
A behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking the following po-
sition located in Madison Florida:
OPS
MENTAL HEALTH
ASSISTANT #2249

LICENSED COUNSELOR
#1182 A Master's Degree with a
major in psychology, social work,
counseling or a related human ser-,
vices field and three year of related
professional experience, Florida li-
censed, .clinical social worker or
mental health counselor preferred.
Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri-
day.
For more information and a com-
plete listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
850-523-3217 or 800-226-2931'
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, Fl
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check. An Equal Op-
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Cracker Barrel
Now Hiring
Full, part time employees for Grill
Cooks, Flexible schedules, weekly
paychecks, health insurance and
other great benefits.,
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The Florida Times-Union is look-
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papers in and around Madison. The
route takes about four hours each
morning with an approximate in-
come of $1600 per month. If you
are interested please call Garry
Register at 1-800-472-6397 Ext.
4116 or call our Tallahassee Branch
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ery keeper for Sundays, 9:30 until
12:15, $7.50/hr. Contact Julie at
973-8685-
The City 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
pipefitting 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. Monday
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Florida Department of
'Transportation
has a vacancy in Madison County
for the following position:

Position Number: 55004540
Broad Band Title:
Highway Maintenance
Workers Level I
Working Title:
Highway Maintenance
Technician
Last date to apply:
September 16, 2005
For more job information call
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The Department, of Trans-porta-
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If you are elderlN or need a man
to work around your home or:
yards, please call me to work for'
you. I'm reasonable, honest and
pride myself on doing a good job
for you. I also give Seniors a dis-
count. Located in Madison area.
Please call 850-973-6991
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House for rent: 2bd/lbth, no
children, no pets, $325 month,
$325 deposit. Located in Lee.
971-5809 after 6:00 p.m.


House/Apts For Rent
In Town
420 W. Bunker St, 3/bd,
2/bth, $600 month plus de-
posit. Cell: 423-364-0181.
Call for more info.


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Saturday *:* October 1 .:. 10:00 a.m.
* Grand Old Brick Building Erected in 1899 Restored 1997 4,500* SF Two Story
50 Year Collection of Antiques and Primitives
A Collectors and Traders Dream Many Unique Well Preserved Items


FURNITURE
Chlfforobes
Pie Safes
Hoosier Cabinet
Washstand
Antique Dining Tables & Chairs
Drop-leaf Tables
Fireplace Mantels
Iron Beds
ANTIQUE & PRIMITIVE FARM IMPLEMENTS
Plows, Planters, Thrashers, Corn Grinders
100's Pilmitive Hand Tools
Numerous Cross Cut Saws
Grinding Wheels
Syrup Kettles & Cane Mills
Wash Pots
Horse Drawn Wagons
Wagon Wheels
ANTIQUE & PRIMITIVE KITCHEN & COOKWARE
Sausage & Coffee Grinders
Stoneware
Antique Wood Stove


Hand Crock Chum
Griswold Ironware
Daisy ButterChiums
MISC. ANTIQUE & PRIMITIVES
Rocking Horse
Western Flyer Wagon & Tractor
Bells
Coca Cola Ice Chests & Signs
Railroad Jack & Lanterns
Buggy Light
Arrowhead Collection
Prints
Singer Foot Pedal Sewing Machines
Clocks & Violin
TRACTORS
801 Ford
John Deere 40
Farmall F-20
COIN COLLECTION
MISCELLANEOUS
Comic Books, Albums, Baseball Cards
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR MADISON
| COUNTY, FLORIDA.

I Case No. 2005-071-CA

ROY E. TAYLOR
PROFIT SHARING PLAN,

Plaintiff,

Vs.

BLAINE MCDANIEL, IVY
SMITHWICK, and DONNA
JARVIS, as parent and
natural guardian of.
BLAINE MCDANIEL,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is given that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered
September 6,2005, in Case No. 05-071-CA by the Circuit Court of Madison County, Florni
dla, in which the Roy E. Taylor Profit Sharing Plan is the plaintiff and Blaine McDaniel, Ivy.
Smithwick, and Donna Jarvis, as parents and natural guardian of Blaine McDaniel, are the
defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in the lobby at the west door
of the Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Madison County, Florida,'at 11:00 a.m. on
the 30th,day of September, 2005, the following described property set forth in the said judg-
ment:


PARCEL I.

Begin at the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 7, Township 2 North4
Range 10 East, thence run West 659.99 feet to the center of State Road 106, thence rni
along the center line.of said state road in a Northerly Direction along a 1 degree curve to
the left 659.99 feet, thence run along said center line of state road North 5 degrees 37 min.j
lutes East 228.69 feet, thence run along said center line in a Northerly direction along a 1I
degree curve to the right 43.32 feet, this being the South boundary line of Block Four.
thence run East 50 feet along said South boundary line of said Block, thence run North
along the East right of way line of State Road No. 106,25 feet for a POINT OF BEGIN-.
NING, thence run North along said right of way line 50 feet. thence run East 50 feel. thence:
run South 50 feet, thence run West 50 feet to the POINT OF BEG INNING. said lot here-
by conveyed being a part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 7,
Township 2 North, Range 10 East.

PARCEL H.

Begin at the Southeast Corner of the, Northeast Quartet of Section 7, Ton nship 2 Northl
Range 10 East, thence run West 659.99 feel to the center line of State Road No. 106. thence
Irun along the center line of said state road in a Norlherly direction along a I degree cune
to the left 659.99 feet. thence along said center line of said State Road North 5 degrvei 37
minutes East 228.69 feel, thence run along said center line in a Northerly direction along a
I degree curve to the right 43-12 feet. this being the South boundary line of Block Four.
thence run East 50 feel alone said South boundary line of said Block, thence run East 50
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. thence run North 75 feel. thence East 25 feet. thence
South 75 feet, thence Aest 25 feel to the POINT OF BEGINNING, being in the Northeast
quarter of Section 7, Township 2 North, Range 10 East.


PARCEL. '

Beginning at the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Sec-
tion 7. Township 2 North. Range 10 East. thence run lWest 659.99 feel lto the center line of
Stale Road 106. thence along enter line of said stalt road in a Northerly direction along a
I degree curse to the left 659.99 feel. thence along center of said road North Oie degrees 37
minutes East 228.69 feet. thence along said center line in a Northerly direction along a I
degree cune to the right 43.32 feet, this being lie South boundary line of Block Four,
thence run East 50 fetl alone the Soulh boundan line of said block for a starting point,
thence run North 25 feet. along East boundary of right of %a) of State Road 106. thence
run East 50 fet. thence run South 25 feet. thence run W\est 50 feet to the starting point.
said lot being comneytd being a part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of
Section 7, Township 2 North. Range 10 East.

Dated this 7 day of September. 2005.


TIIM S'NDERS
Clerk of Circuit Court

BY: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

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LEGAL NOTICE .

$uwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Intends to operate the low income Home Repair
Program in a eleven county area, from the present time to the end of the existing contracLt
It is anticipated that approximately $300,000.00 will be spent on home repair materials be-W
fore September 30, 2006. All materials purchased must meet minimum standards as pub-'
jished in the Federal Register. Materials are secured by Suwannee River Economic Counn,
cil, Inc. issuing a purchase order to participating Vendors based on prices quoted. All local
building material suppliers who 'desire to do business with Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. should submit a letter to the Executive Director, PO Box 70, Live Oak, FL
32064, so stating. This letter should be postmarked before October 1, 2005. Vendors will be.
selected on quality materials for lowest prices.

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: CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE

CITY OF MADISON LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA, NO-
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the Cit) of Madison Land Deielopmenl Reg-
ulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Regulations, ob-
jections, recommendations and comments concerning a variance, as described below, will
be heard by the Board of Adjustment of the Cit) of Madison. Florida. at a public hearing
on September 26. 2005 al 4:45 p.m.. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the
City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 109 We s Rutledge Street. Madison.
Florida.

V 05-1. a petition b. Four Freedoms Wedding Chapel and Bed & Breakfast, LLC, to re-
quest a variance be granted as provided for in Section 4.8.7 of the Land Deselopment Reg-
ulations. to reduce the North front ard setback requirement from 25 feel to 3 feel and re-
duct the %%est from yard setback requirement from 25 feel to 14 feet in a RESIDENTIAL.
OFFICE I ROP oning dislricl in accordance with a site plan dated September 6. 2005, sub-
milled as part of a petition dated August 2005 and filed September 2. 2005. to be located.
on property described, as follows:

A parcel of land lying within Section 22. Township I North. Range 9 East. Madison Coun-
ly. Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: Lots 99 and 100, Block 14. Orig-
inal Town of Madison. as recorded in the Public Records of Madison Count), Florida.

Containing .25 acre. more or less.

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X portion of the original 10ll fool right-of-sa) of Sumter Street l ing North of Lots 99 and
100 of Block 14 of the Original Tou n of Madison as recorded in the public records of Madi-
son Count). Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: Commence at the
Northeast corner of said Block 14: thence North 89E54'04" A\esl along the North line of
said Block 14 a di-tance of 110.15 feel to the Northeast corner of said Lot 99 and Point of
Beginning: thence North 89E51'00" lWest along the North line of said Block 14 a distance
of 110.19 feet to the Northisesl corner of said Block 14; thence North 00E03'42" East a dis-
tance of 30.00 feel: thence South 89E51'0)" East a distance of 110.25 feel: thence South'
00E05'23" Wtesl a distance of 30.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.

Containing .08 acre, more or less.

All said lands containing .33 acre. more or less.

The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested part)
shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall
be announced during the public hearing and that no further police concerning the matter
will be published, unless said continuation exceeds six calender rneeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.

Al Ihe aforementioned public hearing. all interested parties may appear to be heard with
respect to the variance. Copies of the petition for a variance are available for public in-,
spection at the Office of the Director of Community Development. City Hall located at 109
\Vesl Rutledge Street. Madison. Florida, during regular business hours.

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at the aboue refer-
Scnced public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings, and that. for such pur-
pose. the) may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record includc.s the testimony and evidence upon %shich the appeal is to be based.

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IN AND FOR MADISON
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NO. 2005-161-CA


JOHN C. PULLIAM,
Plaintiff,
vs.

LOIS CHRISTIAN,
Defendant
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NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is given that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered
september 6, 2005, in Case No. 05-161-C A b) the Circuit Court of Madison County, Flori--
da, in which John C. Pulliam is the plaintiff and Louis Christian i> the de feindant. T will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash in the lobby at the sest door of the Madison Coun-
t) Courthouse. Madison. Madison County, Florida, at 11:01) a.m. on the 301h day of Sep-
tember, 2005, the following described property set forth in the said judgment:

Five acres, being 5 chains East and West, and '10 10 chains North and South.
and being the South Half of the West Half of the West Half of the Southeast .,
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 2 North, Range 9
East. TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO a 20 fool easement of ingress
and egress described in OR Book 448 at page 292. public records of Madison _.
County. Florida, and subject to the county) road right of way

Dated this 7th day of September. 2005.

TLIM SANDERS
Clerk of Circuit Court

SB: Ramona Dickinson
As Deput, Clerk

9/9.9/16


OLD BLUE -SPRINGS
liability company.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '. THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN \NDI FOR
MA DISON LOLiNTN. FLORIDA.

CASE NO. 21014-595-CA
LLC. a limited


SPlaintiff,
vs.

KELLI J. FIDLER and JASON L. FIDLER. husband
and %tife; unknown tenants: and other unknown par-
lies in possession, including Ihe unknown spouse of
an) person in possession of the property and if a
named Defendantis deceased. the sursiting spouse,
heir,. des isees. grantees, creditors. and all other par-
ties claiming by. through. under or against that De-
fendan.t and all claimants, persons or parties, natural
or corporate. or whose esact legal status is unknown.
claiming under any or the named described Defen-
dants.

Defendants.


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Default Final Judgment of

Foreclosure dated September 6. 2005. in the aboie referenced ca-c in whichh OLD BLUE
SPRINGS LLC is Plaintiff, and KELLI J. FIDLER and J \50N L. FIDLER: unknown
tenants: and other unknown parties in possession. including the unknown spouse of an)
person in possession of the property. and if a named Defendant is deceased, the sunrising
spouse, heirs. devisees. grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming bl, through. un-
der or against that Defendant. and all claimants., persons or parties, natural or corporate.
or whose esact legal status is unknown n, claiming under an) of the named or described De-
fendants. are Defendants, I. 1 IM SANDERS. Clerk of the Court, "ill sdll tl the highest
and best bidder for cash in the Madison County Ciur thut.c in Madi-on Fhrida. ja Clerk
of the Court may designate at the lime of sale, at 11:00 o'clock A. MV.Tor as soon thereafter
'as Plaintiff's counsel may direct provided that said sale must be commenced prior to 2:00
o'clock P. M.I, on the IIth day of October. 2005, the following described property set forth
in the Default Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
18 Benchmark Acres as more particularly described as:


S A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION 15, TOW NSHIP I
SOUTH; RANGE 10 EAST, MAD'ISON COLINTY. FLORIDA
AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 15. AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 50 MIN-
UTES 37 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 1.317.25 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 30 MINLITES 21 SECONDS
EAST. A DISTANCE OF 30.77 FEET TO THE SOUTH SLI[N-
TAINED RIGHT OF WAY OF BENCHMARK DRIVE: THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 11 SECONDS ASESf
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 338.15 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM SAID POINT OF BE-
GINNING AND LEA\ ING SAID RIGHT OF MAY RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 21 SECONDS EAST. \ DISTANCE
OF 1,288.09 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 57 MIN-
UTES 55 SECONDS AtEST, A DISTANCE OF 339.45 FEET:
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 21 SECONDS
"VEST. A DISTANCE OF 579.53 FEEf: THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 57 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, \ DISTANCE OF
309.45 FEET: THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 21
SECONDS WEST. A DISTANCE OF 708.05 FEET TO THE
SOUTH MAINTAINED RIGHT OF %AY OF BENCHMARK
DRIVE; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES II SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF SAYM. A DISTANCE OF
30.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING CONTAINING
5.01 ACRES. MORE OR LESS.

SUBJECT TO A 10 FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT ON EACH
LOT LINE.


An) and all bidders, parties or other interested persons shall contatc the inkromation desk
Iif the Clerk of the Court prior to the scheduled foreclosure sale who nill advise of the e\--
act location in the Madison County Courthouse for the foreclosure sale.
(NOTE: In accordance with Rule 2.01165. Florida Rules of JudicialAdministra-

tion. please be advised as follous: -"If you are a person with a disability who needs any ac-
commodation in order to participate in this proceeding. oun are entitled, at no cost to you,
|o the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administrator, Post Office Box
'1569. Lake City, Florida 32056-1569, Telephone: (386) 758-2163, within two (2) working

days of your receipt of this Nolice or pleading. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please;

Fall: 1-800-955-8771.]
A IT N ESS my hand and the official seal of said Court, this 12 day of September, 2005 at


Madison Madison Count). Florida.








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Remembering


70ny

Suicide is a terrible thing. especially when a young person
dibes: Antfew weeks, iagoi idung' mavi'who I knew wAitAf&vas


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Tony's Smile

In the year of 85,
He was born, a little child.
He had this cute ahd lovely smile,
He was so loving, sweet and kind,
People like him are so hard tofind,.
We loved him so much,
We didn't want him to leave .
Because our hearts were made to grieve.
He was so loving, good anid brave,
All of his heart he truly gave.
It was a very, very hard blow,,
Because we didn't want to see him go,
Because his family and friends loved him so
Because of the smiles he gave us each day,
There's only one thing that's left to say
We want to meet him-on that greatday
As we travel our last and weary mile.
We will always remember Tony's smile.


Written by Marylou Lasster,
in honor of Tony Shefbuch's
life and memory.
May God bless Tony's fam-
ily and friends, who mourn his
loss.


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A Life Well Lived

Is ItsOwn Reward
My father marked his 89th birthday Tuesday. Well, I guess I
should say that Mother and I marked it. since Father isn't able to un-
derstand much of %what is happening around him. Still, he relished
the watermelon and boiled peanuts that we shared: he ne'er was
much of one for birthday cakes.
Although he didn't particularly care for desserts, Father always
enjoyed his dinner and he still does. Eten if the nursing home
kitchen serves something he doesn't care for (ham. for instance ) he
eats it all. His plate seldom contains any scraps.
Besides cleaning his plate. Father also takes pleasure in watch-
ing the other residents and the employees come and go by his room
door when he's in bed or in the halls %when he's up in his %wheelchair.
As lone as I've known him, he has been a "people person," and con-
tinues to take an interest in others.
-At age 89. he certainly has earned the pri% ilege of having a
meal undisturbed or of watching the traffic in the hall. When I'm
89,1 will probably pursue the same activities. plus the added joy of
just sleeping w whenever and wherever I wish .to.
When I'm 89. 1 hope I %will have had even a fourth of the in-
fluence m. father has had on this world and its people. I can't be-
gin to number the souls he has led to Christ or the families he has
rescued or the lives he has impacted. Just counting. the )oung men
%who went into the ministry under my father's influence would be a
challenge. The South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist
Church has been richer in people to fill its pulpits because of Paul
Barrett. Some other conferences have benefited as well. Mission
agencies have sent forth singles and couples called into their fields
after encountering Paul Barrett. Christian music has offered songs
written and performed by artists who were touched by my father's
life .
But his influence in the wider world is a shadow% compared
with his influence in his ow n home. Unlike'John Wesley. whose life
reached into the world in a %way that made history, Paul Barrett man-
aged to touch lies while building a happy marriage and family.
While Wesley is praised and recognized by Methodists around the
globe, Paul Barrett is called blessed by his children. All three of his
sons are Methodist ministers; my sister is a Methodist church sec-
retary, a song leader and soloist, and a witness in the Stephen min-
istry; and I am a church musician, a lay 'speaker. and a Lay Witness
missioner. Through us, the influence of Paul Barrett continues. He
can no longer speak for himself, but %we speak for him as we wit-
ness through our lies and opportunities. And we consider it a priv -
,lege... "
Bornin '116. Pau'lBarrettgrew' ip i'n a strorig, lo\ ing family.
He began preaThing at'age 16. and finally retired' when his failing
Memory would no longer allow him to complete a sermon. Yet he
still listens to sermons with a keen interest, and maybe a deeper un-
derstanding than he is able to express. He has seen the Great De-
pression, many wars and conflicts, and the turn of a century. He has
stood.firm for his Lord through it all.
At age 89, what can a man ask? That he lived his life show ing
love, that he left an imprint on his world, that he worked at a job he
loved, and that his children honor him %with their lies. All of those
desires have been granted to my father, J. Paul Barrett. in his long
life.
Happy birthday. Father, from all of us to you. We pray, that
every birthday will find your life a continual blessing.'


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TRI-COUNTY
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
ANNUAL MEETING

The 65th Annual Meeting of Tri-County Electric
Cooperative, Inc. will be held Saturday, September
17, 2005, at the Van H. Priest Auditorium, located on
the campus of the North Florida Community
College, in the City of Madison, Florida.
Registration begins at 9:00 A.M. and the business
meeting will convene at 10:00 A.M.


The Board of Trustees, Management and the
staff of your cooperative look forward to seeing you
at' the upcoming Annual Meeting. A number of valu-
able prizes will be given away.


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Energize And Mobilize

September is National 5-A-Day Month. The goal of this nu-
trition campaign is to eat at least five servings of fruits and.veg-
etables each day. This year's theme, "Energize and Mobilize -
Eat Fruits, Vegetables and Be Active," empowers communities
to celebrate health by eating the recommended amount of fruits
and vegetables and enjoying physical activity every day. This
campaign enforces the USDA 2005 Dietary Guidelines which
recommends we get up to 6 cups of fruits and vegetables every
day and at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity.
Improving the healthy of individuals in a community
through good nutrition and physical activity may help reduce the
costs associated with overweight and obesity. It may also de-
crease the risk of various life-threatening diseases, such as heart,
disease, cancer, and type II diabetes, and cut down on loss of
productivity in the workplace.
his month, National 5-A-Day suggests you take steps to
energize yourself to eat more fruits and vegetables and be more
active. Here are some helpful tips.
Make ready-to-eat fruits and vegetables readily available
for your family. Keep ready-to-eat fruits and vegetables in a
bowl on the kitchen counter and at eye level in the refrigerator.
Apples, pears, grapes, carrots and celery sticks arejust a few ex-
amples of some quick and easy snacks. You can also pre-cut
larger fruits and vegetables and store them in plastic sandwich
bags to grab on-the-go.
Variety is the spice of life, even with fruits and vegetables.
Try something different, bring home a new fruit or vegetable
that you have ne'er tasted before. Add something new to,a
green salad, such as mandarin orange slices or dried cranberries.
Add cucumber and tomatoes slices on your sandwich. and add
peppers and carrots to a healthy side dish. Trying new things
will keep you and your family interested in healthy food, and
may find some ne%\ favorites. -
Take \our healthy habits with you outside your home. Se-
lect healthy foods w hen eating out. many restaurants now give
alternative options to fries. Research shows we spend more the
46% of all food dollars on restaurant food, so consumer prefer-
ences-count. Don'tbe shy about making healthy requests. Look
for items that are broiled or roasted instead of fried. Ask for ex-
tra tomatoes, peppers or other veggies in sandwiches pizzas or
baked potato toppings.
Physical activity is more fun when done together. Be ac-
S a. i l.in l Ph\ l .i.d .'(c'. iw .:.,n be furn. ride bike-, tLike ,i
walk or hike, or play a game in the back yard. Activity helps
keep you in good physical condition; you will have more ener-
* gy to meet your daily schedule.
Fruit and vegetables add color to our meal and provide a
wide range of vitamins. funerals and phvtochemicals to main-
tain good health and energy level. Make an effort to include a
variety in your meals this month. For more information on food
and nutrition, contact the Madison Extension Sern ice.
The Unitersity of Florida Extension Madison Count) is an
Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmatike Action Employer
authorized to provide research. educational information and oth-
er services only to individuals and institutions that function
without regard to race. color, sex. age. handicap or national ori-
gin.


9/7/05
David Michael Gavin,
Jr.--VOP (circuit)
John Carlos Pino--Bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer
Ryan Phillip Gatti--Fail-
ure to appear
9/8/05
Adrian Reiago Fergu-
son--VOP (circuit)
Mark Allen Barfield--
VOP (circuit)
Estella Rodriguez-'-No
valid or expired drivers li-
cense
Kenneth Adams, Jr.--
Writ of bodily attachment
Louis Lorenza Pryor--
Criminal registration
Joe Oscar: Williams--
Criminal registration
BobbN Joseph Paggett--
Faiiure to appear
Jason Jamaar Joseph--
Criminal registration
Carnell Austin, Jr.--Fail-
ure to appear
Gabriel Reuben


Teacher


Cothron--DWLSR or can-
celled
Melvin James Mathis,
Jr.--DWLSR or cancelled
Jason Earl Bennett--.
SVOP (circuit)
Laquinton Jerrod Dob-
son--DWLSR or cancelled ,
Marvin Reshawn
House--Battery
9/10/05
Shaquanda Quaniece
Davis--Battery (touch or
strike)
Araka Deneace Brown--
Criminal registration
9/11/05
Carlos Aguilar--No 'valid
or expired drivers license
9/13/05
Herbert Lee Neal--Do-
mestic violence/battery.
VOP (circuit)
Thomas Desmond Gep-.
ford--VOP (county)
Douglas Duane Doty--
VOP(circuit)
Sammie Lee Bellamy--
Failure to appear


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bumping one boy's head on a table.
In other matters, the school board w ill consider school zone
and district transfers, overnight field trips and school volunteers.
Revisions to the Student Progression Plan, ratification of a
multi-year cooperative agreement with the Division of Juvenile
Justice and acceptance of negotiated language between the
school board and the Madison County Education Association
will be considered.
The school board will also look at approval of new grant co-
ordinator position.
Personnel changes and out-of-field teachers for 2005-06
will be considered.


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that fae cua iepresentaui e.. Additionally. this forum w ill give
citizdns'an opportunityato ask questions 'aid' extess the. things
Madison residents and businesses are concerned about most.
Tickets for the breakfast are $10 and may be purchased at
the Madison County Chamber of Commerce office.
If you have questions, please call the Chamber at 973-2288.



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It is official. I ha\ e said so. I have declared that it is now au-
tumn. Fall. '
The calendar mistakenly says that autumn begins, on Thurs--
day. September 22. One calendar e'en calls it "Autumnal
Equinox." But I have decided it is no\\ fall. I am ready for fall
and the things it brings. I have begun to %%ear my plaid. long-
sleeve shirts. I comment on the cool w weather. Actually. the cool
breezes probably come from an offshore storm.
I will take the eternal summer of Florida over the frozen
,places north of here. but I would prefer to see a fewx leaves
change.
But fall anywhere is good. Fall means football--all of it--
high school, college, and professional. Football means action--
22 players moving in a ballet of assigned duties. Football means
colors-the players. cheerleaders, band. the fans. I even look good
in mN role of high school football reporter. I looked great last
weekend because I was eating chicken wings in the press box.
Fall means pumpkins and a big Thanksgi'ing dinner. The
pumpkin was among the fruit of the early Thanksgiving cele-
brations of the Pilgrims: it- has been a favorite pie filling for au-
tumn fesfiviues ever since. Fall means my wife's sweet potato
masterpiece.
And speaking of Thanksgiving, let's give credit where it is
due. The colonists at Jamestown in Virginia' actually had a
Thanksgiving celebration before those folks in PIs mouth.
Fall means looking forward to Christmas. There are some
birthdays in our family in the fall.
For some, it means raking those beautiful leaves after they
fall from the trees. Fall means hurricanes. We have had enough
of those to last awhile. We all look eagerly to November 30 as
the official end of the storm season.
-'' Fall sometimes brings elections-Fall. incldues Veterais' Day
and remembering. -, .. ..
To some folks. fall is brilliant colors and wood smoke and
crisp air. I \would even like to see an occasional fireplace with
the crackling and warm glow.
Sometimes in the fall we see the Olympics. And October
brings the World Series, which has never been correctly named,
since all of the teams in Major League Baseball are from The
United States and Canada.
The Bible says in Ecclesiastes 3:1. "To evern thing there is
a season and a time to ever purpose under the heaven."
We read in Acts 14:17. "Nevertheless he left not himself
without witness, in that he did good, and gave us rain from heav-
en, and fruitful seasons. filling our hearts with food and glad-
ness.
Have a good autumn.


We Salute The Veterans Of Madison County


This is the first of our upcoming articles titled ",Veterans'
Nevs and Events". .
The purpose of the articles will be to answer frequently
asked questions, concerning VA benefits and sen ices, provide
general information about VA facilities, announce changes in
the VA system, promote upcoming events and patriotic holi-
days.
We salute the veterans of Madison County for the service
they have rendered to our great nation and the financial impact
they continue to make in our Count) by adding over three (3)
million dollars to our economy annually as a result of disabili-
ty claims, VA pension, retirement, education benefits, voca-
tional rehabilitation, and widow's pension.
The Madison County Veterans' Service Office functions to
serve the veterans and their dependents of Madison County in
every capacity possible concerning VA benefits and services
which includes the following:
Assist veterans and their dependents in filing claims ser-
vice-connected disabilities, non-service connected pension, ap-
peals,and other benefits.
.Assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining medical
treatment, medications, prosthetic devices, adaptive equipment,
and transportation. (Big Bend Transit, transport Madison Coun-
ty veterans to the Tallahasse OPC, every Tuesday and to
Lake City and Gainesville, every Wednesday, please call 973-
4418)
Assist veterans and their dependents' in filing for educa-
tional benefits at local area institutions of higher learning, cor-
respondence courses, and job training.
Assist veterans in obtaining VA home loan information,
military records, correcting military records, and upgrading
discharges.
Visit disabled veterans and their dependents homes, nurs-
ing home, and the hospital to conduct business concerning their
benefits.
Act as an advocate and counseling service for veterans and
their dependents.


Please feel free to contact ,us at anytime concerning VA
benefits and services.

Madison County Veteran's Service Office
112SE Pinckney Street, Room 215
Madison County Courthouse Annex
Madison. Florida 32340
(850).973-3208 (850) 464-1191
(850) 973-2923 fax-

e-mail madcovets@earthlink.net
Related Web Sites
Veterans Administration www.va.gov
Bay Pines Regional Office www.vba.va.gov/ro/south/spete

Florida Department of Veterans Affairs -
www.floridavets.org/

National Personnel Records Center (Military Service Records)
- http://vetrecs.archives.gov/

Related Telephone Numbers

Veterans Administration 1 800-827-1000,

Regional Processing Office (Education Claims) 1-877-823-
2378

Florida department of Veterans Affairs 1-727-319-7400

VAMC Lake City 1=800-308-8387

VAMC Gainesville 1-800-324- 8387

OPC Tallahassee 1-850-878-0191


G-UTr:E.R PROTECTION SYSTEM

848 Blointatown Highway
Tallahassee, Florida ,
850-576-3222 1-877-240-7200
www.gutterhelmeLt.om/bigbend


Vet Center Tallahassee 1-850-942-8810


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Rural Business


Development


Project Open House Held


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
An open house was held
Tuesday, September 13, con-
cerning Florida A&M Univer-
sity's College of Engineering,,
Science, Technology and
Agriculture (CESTA)'s Rural
Business Development Pro-
ject. The open house was host-
ed by Cedric Spradley and co-
sponsored by the University of
Florida Extension Office and
USDA Rural Development.
Spradley explained a
number of ways for businesses
to set up and showed how
FAMU will help individuals
get started He explained the
university's ERPNet Public
Access Computer, which has
been conveniently placed for
public use at the Extension
Office, can be used to get in-
-formation.
Spradley will return next
Tuesday evening, September
20, to the Extension Office
and host a seminar which will


eluding templates online.
Anyone may also request one-
on-one assistance.


The seminar is open to
any current entrepreneurs, or
those interested in starting a


for-profit or a not-for-profit
business. Grants and funding
information will also be ad-


dressed.
The meeting will begin at
6 p.m.


F Middle Florida Baptist Association Plans


To Send Third Team To Hattiesburg, Miss.


Cedric Spradley ex-
plains the benefits of being in
FAMU's Rural Business De-
velopment Project. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ja-
cob Bembry, September 13,
2005)
highlight an introduction to
the ERPNet computer, explain
FAMU's webpage for busi-
nesses, offer training, free
computer use and how to ac-
cess business resources, in-


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,'Inc.
The Middle Florida Bap-
tist Association plans to send
their third Cleanup and Re-
covery Team to Hattiesburg,
Miss.
Plans are for the team to
leave Madison on Wednesday,
September 21, work Thurs-
day, September 22 through
Saturday, September 24, and


return on Sunday, September
25.
Anyone -interested in be-
ing part of this ministry team,
please call Gene or Geraldine
Stokes at the Middle Florida
Baptist Association at 973-
8607 or at their home, 971-
5744.
Gene Stokes, Director of
the Association, extends a
very special thanks to all who


have responded, prayed or
given to help those affected
by Hurricane Katrina.
"May God bless you as
you minister in His name,"
Stokes said.
To date, the Middle Flori-
da Baptist Association. has
had 35 volunteers respond
and $7,147 in cash donated to,
Hurricane Katrina relief ef-
forts.


County Family Opens


Divine Events Banquet Room


B) Mike Moore
Greene Publishing. Inc.
A n6\\ fine dining restau-
rant came to Madison Count)
this \\eek Ditine Events Ban-
quet Room. located fi\e miles
north of the Madison cit\ lim-
its on Higha\ 145. held a
ribbon-cutting ceremonN
Tuesday) afternoon. The
sparkling net business
opened its doors at 4:00 that
day. .
Several of the area'- pub--
Mmr".


R 'ADE TOI0RDER CATERING SERVICE INC.
wishei to announce the grand opening ofits
new addition to its current services.
To Il-H.r serve jou, we have added a banquet room,
DIVINE VENTS.
Reginning September 13[h we will open for fne dining
f rom 4 p.m. until 9 p.m., Tuesday through friday and
bg reservation only on Satrdaij evenings.
The banquet room mag be rented on Mondags and
salitln.iu s for banquets and other events.
On Tuesday through friday .ithe building mau
h, reserved from 7:31 1a.mLi. to130 p.m.
We also have a small room for private parties.
'OM DINE WITH US


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Our min din Jiing area %,.,s its;5 Vopic
cull] our small privatle lilting '11.4, seals '24..
Wihseven uedrs in [lite calt-rhIig Lusi11e55
liliA a varielt.1 ul (ichiolh oostSf o(I enjoyy.
DRINE EVENTS PANUAII POOM
is tile p~erfedLct xe for 'your weddi:]tf ieceplioi.
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The ribbon is cut at Tuesday's ceremony at the Grand Opening of the Divine Events
Dinning Room. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore, September 13, 2005)
lic 'officials and other ,' ...;.''. -
friends of the owners were ;
present for the kick-off. .
The new Divine Events
is the project of Thomas and 4 .. Pb"hn .
Oneida Matheny, who have
operated Made to Order
Catering Service for seven
years. The new place is a
family project with Onei-
da's sister, Deborah Bass,
and son, Stephen' Matheny,
fully involved.
The atmosphere is re-
laxing. Fresh flowers are on
every table with soft back-
ground music playing. The
main dining area seats 176
people and a small private
room holds 24 more. The
set-up is all ready for wed-
ding receptions, complete
with a DJ area and room for
dancing.
The menu is varied. Deborah Bass and Oneida Matheny are shown in the
"We have something for kitchen of the new Divine Events. The restaurant opened its
every taste and budget," doors, Tuesday. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore,
said Oneida. "We have daily September 13, 2005)
specials, and such things as through the catering work. Tuesday through Friday from
Italian night. We offer an old- The menu offers chicken, 4:00 until 9:00. Saturday
fashioned country food selec- seafood, and beef. Soup, sal- hours are by reservation only
tion for those looking for the ads, appetizers, beverages and with wedding receptions ex-
home-cooked meal." The a children's menu are also pected to be held those days.
menu offers chicken, seafood, available. Side dishes and The restaurant is located at
and beef. Soup, salads, appe- desserts are offered. Credit 5806 Colin Kelly Highway,
tizers, beverages and a chil- cards are accepted. State Road 145, and the phone
dren's menu are also available. The restaurant is open number is 973-2589.
Side dishes and desserts are
offered. Credit cards are ac- __ _
cepted.-
"We have put lots of plan-s
ning and money into this
place, and we feel that God NOW OPEN
will help us make it a suc- 300/% off all lawn & garden items.
cess," said Oneida. "Our expe-
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Country JHo-Down
features

The Lonnie Jolson Bandc
Get ready to kick up your heels, enjoy and some great BBQ,
country-style, this Saturday night September 17th in Madison at
Yogi Bears Jellystorie Park located Hwy 53 S and 1-10, at 7pm.
dance to the country sound of the Lonnie Jolson Band from
Live-Oak.
When you take the sweat and blues that comes from work-
ing in the cotton fields of Arkansas and Missouri area, mix it
with the soul and rythem of the swamp, you begin to get the idea
of the feel and sound of the Lonnie Jolson Band. Lonnie is no
stranger to performing country music having played, for such
country stars as John Anderson, and opening for country per-
formers such as Alabama, Hank Williams, Jr. Allmen Brothers
Band and more!!
The evening will kick off at 7 pm. with bluegrass music by
Jasper Grass, a local bluegrass band, and graduate to the coun-
try with Lonnie's Band.
The BBQ dinner consists of BBQ chicken, ribs, hot dogs,
baked beans, slaw and rolls and various desserts! Purchase a raf-
fle ticket for your chance to win a prize!!
All for the very reasonable cost of $10 per person and $5 for
kids under 12.
All proceeds from this event will go to the Madison Senior
Citizens Council Fund to build a new senior center. Come on out
to The Courftry Ho-Down!!!
Yogi Bear Jellystone Park is located in Madison off Hwy
53S and I-10. Take the service road for approximately two miles.
Park is on the right.
For more information, contact Betty Everett at WMAF Ra-
dio, 850-973-3233 or Paula Arnold at The Madison Co. Cham-
ber of Commerce at 850-973-2788.


Audrey H. Hicks


Audrey H. Hicks, 81,
homemaker, passed on
Thursday, September 6,
2005, in Madison.
Funeral services were
Sunday, September, 11,
2005, in the Beggs Funeral
Home Madison Chapel,
Madison. Burial was at Lee
Memorial Cemetery, Lee.
The family received friends
at Beggs Chapel on Satur-
day, September 10, 2005.
She was a member of
the First Baptist Church,
Friendship Sunday School
Class, Senior Adult Ministry
and Senior Adult Choir.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Cecil
Hicks and by her parents,
Fred and Vera Holder..
She is survived by her
loving children; Fred Hicks
and wife, Ann, of Winter
Haven; Dwight Hicks and
wife, Waanda, of Panama
City; Kyle Hicks and wife,


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September 14
The September meeting of
the 55 Plus Club will be held at
United Methodist Cooperative
Ministries at 12:00 noon. The
host, will be Rock) Springs,
United Methodist Church. The
55 Plus Club is for.anyone in
the community 55 years old and
older. The program follows the
luncheon, and is planned with
seniors in mind. The program
for September will be presented
by Jim Stanley, head of Madi-


son County Emergency Man-
agement. He will speak on
emergency preparedness. There
are no costs of any kind and no
reservations are necessary for
the luncheon for more intor-
mation. please call Linda Gas-
ton at 929-4938.
September 15
Social Security Adminis-
tration will have a Presentation
with Questions and Answers re-
garding the changes in
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CLEARANCE ITEMS, such as Gold and Silver Rings,
Necklaces and Earrings. Diamonds, Emeralds c


September 15, 2005 from 10
e.m. till 2 p.m. at the Senior Cit-
izens Councils Annex Building
directly behind the Senior Citi-
zens Building (the old Library,
Jail. or once the Museum)i. The
public is encouraged and wel-
come to their presentation,
question and answer session.
For more information please.
call 850-973-4241 and ask for
Joan.
September 15
Divorce and Dating Sup-
port Group, sponsored by Posi-
tive Christian Singles, meets
every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Valdosta Library on Woodrow
Wilson Drive. All single, sepa-
rated and divorced persons are
invited. For more information,
call 229-242-3797.
September 16
Singles Dance Party, host-
ed by Positive Christian Sin-
gles, every Friday at 8:30 p.m.
at 1650 River Street (1/4 mile
east of Sam's Club), Valdosta.
DJ plays country, oldies and
rock and there are also dance
mixers and karaoke. For more
information, call 229-242-3797.


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SALE I

elry



selection of
Bracelets, '
3nd other


Gem Stones are available also,


We also have a large selection of Electronic merchandise on
SCLEARANCE, such as RC Cars, Toys, Home Theatre Systems,
Keyboards, Stereo Systems and many other items.

SALE BEGINS September Vs thru September 30th
^ Fantasy Land Jewelry is located in the Harvey's Shopping Center

Clearailnce Sale Cleara1nce Salf


Gloria, of Shelton, Washing-
ton; .Sammy Hicks and wife,
Brenda, of Madison; and
Faith Hicks Grossman and
husband, Mickey, of Chica-
go, Illinois. She was a
beloved grandmother of 11
grandchildren and 16 great-


grandchildren. She is also
survived by her dear sister,
Deloris Swift, of Madison.
In lieu of flowers,
please make donations to the
First Baptist Church Build-
ing Fund or Big Bend Hos-
pice.


In Loving Memory of...


i Rosetta


Simmons


k


We remember the times we shared with lots of
jo\ and pain, but \\ hat we remember most is how
ou would say "'Keep your head held high for to-
morrow would be a brighter day. Just trust in the
Lord with your whole heart and soul."
Your Grandchildren
Brittany, Chris, Jermaine, Kevin Meloise,
Melvive, Tanesha, Tara, and Travis.


Thank you, Madison Coun-
ty, area Churches, Red Cross,
Police Department, schools, var-
ious clubs and organizations,
and everyone who contributed
in any way to Katrina's victims.
We really appreciate your con-
cern and generosity in helping
all of the Hurricane Katrina v ic -
tims. My grandchildren and
their family) were among those
who escaped Katrina's wrath.
with only, their lives. Their
home in Gulfport, MS was de-
stroyed, and only a few belong-'
ings able to be retrieved after the
storm was over.' They have now
relocated in Valdosra. GA.
It is because of the concern
that Madison Count\ citizens
like you, who went out of their
way to help the hurricane sur-
Yivors that lives, will be put
back in order. I think I speak for
all the Hurricane Katrina vic-
tims when I say, "Thank you
from the bottom of my heart,
and God Bless You All."
Ann and Phil Olan


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Friday, September 16, 2005


Greenville Hills/Twin Oaks & Chartwells

K-12 Academy Hold Hurricane Car Wash


RWASH.



Saturday, September 17

Dollr General in Greenrvile
100:00 amn 2:00 pm
All Proceeds-To Benefit Hurricane Relief Fund


Employees and residents of Greenville Hills/Twin Oaks & Chartwells K-12 Academy
were washing cars, last Saturday, in order to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims.
Car washes were provided on "donation" amounts and a total of $677 was raised during the
day. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, September 10, 2005)


Standing on the corner
of Hw. 90. in Madison.
holding up signs saying
"Hurricane Relief Car
Wash" were left to right:
Calbin Parrish, Renetta
Parrish. and \Villie Roberts.
All three are employees of
Greenville Hills/Thin Oaks
& Chartuells K-12 Acade-
my. Employees and resi-
dents, of Greenmille Hills.
were washing cars in order
to send 100% of all profits to
Hurricane Katrina victims.
{Greene Publishing. Inc.
Photo by Emerald Kinsley.
September 10. 20051


NOTICE OF



BUDGET HEARINGS



The Town of Lee has

tentatively adopted a

budget for the

2005-06 fiscal year. A

public hearing to make

a FINAL DECISION on

the budget AND TAXES

will be held on:,




September 19, 2005

At 7 p.m.


Lee City Hall

286 NE County Road 255

Lee, Florida


Hot dogs and drinks were also on hand as cars were being washed for "Hurricane Re-
lief" efforts. Employees of Greenville Hills/Twin Oaks & Chartwells K-12 Academy stood
read to assist ser ing its many customers. Pictured left to right are: Vernon Tanner, Dana
James, Sophia Moore, Marvin "Merv" Mattair, Ron Matthews, and Tommy Moore. The
holdogs-were donated by-Smilhfield: drinks %were donated by Pepsi/Perry; the hotdog buns
were donated by Flowers of Thomasville; and the condiments and chips w ere donated by
Chartwells. All the proceeds of the food sale were also donated to the Hurricane Relief fund.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, September 10, 2005)


BUDGET SUMMARY
Town Of Lee Fiscal Year 2005/2006

*THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES
OF THE TOWN OF LEE ARE 2.93% LESS THAN
LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


.Millage Per $1,000
General Fund 6.67


GENERAL SPECIAL
FUND REVENUE
S. FLD


CASH BROUGHT FORWARD $ 0.
;ESTIMATED.REVENUES:.......... .....
AD VALOREM TAXES: $30,772.


EST/REV/CHARGE FOR
SSERVICES- -
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
FUND '
OTHER TAXES
LICENSES PERMITS
FRANCHISE FEES
INTEREST EARNED
OTHER REVENUE
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
RESERVES
TOTAL ESTIMATED
REV/BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
STREET DEPT.
F&A
HUMAN SERVICES
DEBT SERVICES
PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENT
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES.
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND

$ 0,


ENTERPRISE TOTAL
FUND BUDGET


$ 0.


VILLAGE PER $1000.
(6.67) ,.


7.. '22,117.
$, ,0.
$75,000,
$86,647.
$ 2,778.
$13,100.
$1,200,
0h A vv)t


$83,9641.


$ 0.
$ 30.,772.


$106,081.
$ 75,000.
$ 86,647.
$ 2,778,
$ 13,100.
$ AO1,200.'


$ 41/73. $ 4173.
$138.67 $97,117. S 0. $83,964. $319,751.
$99,000. $162,224. $261,224.
$237,67Q., $97,117. $ 0. $246,188. $580,975.


$35,524. $ 35.524.
$98,533. $22,117. $120,650.
$ 3,600. $ 3,600.
$ 0. $ 0.
$ 1.013. $75,000. $ 83,964. $159,977.
$138,670. $97,117. $ 0. $ 83,964. $319,751.
$ 99.000. $ 0. $ 162,224, $261,224.
$237,670. $97,1 7. $ 0. $ 246,188. $580,975.


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AN
ON FILEIN THE OFFICE OF
TAXING AUTHORITY A!


W'/ OR FINAL, BUDGETS ARE
[HE ABOVE MENTIONED
A PUBLIC RECORD


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TRENDS FOR PEOPLE


WITH DISABILITIES

The latest Harris Poll Survey shows that only 35% of people with disabilities have reported
being employed in an integrated setting part time or full time. People without disabilities have re-
ported 78% to be working in the job of their choice. There are 3 times as many people with dis-
abilities with an income that is below poverty level at $15,000. People with disabilities are more
likely to have transportation issues, and to be without healthcare. "Depending on the severity and
type of disability that one has, some doors open but certain other doors close," says the Harris
Survey. There are 54 million Americans with disabilities and statistics indicate that one in five
people are ready and able to go to work out in their communities. The Able Trust employer study
has shown that many employers are satisfied with their abilities. 85% of employers felt persons
with disabilities are valuable members of the company's workforce. 72% felt employees with dis-
abilities are dependable workers, and 74% felt the employees produced an adequate quality of
work. A 2002 survey of 255 supervisors of employees with disabilities found that their supervi-
sors are satisfied with their overall performance and productivity and that they perform as well
or better than their peers without disabilities. It has been proven that workers with disabilities
are not job hoppers, which lowers the turnover cost of companies. People with disabilities are
proving everyday that they are very dependable, trustworthy, hard working, and want to succeed
just like everyone else in the community. If there are any questions concerning hiring person
with a disability,' please contact the Supported Employment Department of Personnel Develop-
ment Services @ 850-973-4614.


Very or Somewhat
Severe
Disabilities


Base:


677
%..


Employment
Works either full or part-time (18-64)
Education*
Has not graduated from high school -
Socializing
Socializes with close friends, relatives,
or neighbors at leal rt ice a month
Attendance at Religious Services
Goes to church. s> nagogue, or any other
place of worship at least once a month
EntertainmentiGoing Out
Goes to a restaurant at least twice a
month
Political Participation**
Registered to vote in 1996 Presidential
election
Income*
Annual :'.-U,,.Z ,U \',.,e i5,7,,',7, ,. rt
less ,
Access to Transportation"
Inadequate rrarnportation considered a
problem
Health Care*
Did not get needed care on at least one.
occasion in past year
Satisfaction with Life
Very satisfied with life in general


Slight or All
Moderate People
Disabilities' With
Disabiliti
es
571 1267
% %


84


56


66


N/A


S25 .


21


11


People
Without
Disabilities


78




89


49 ,, 57


57


N/A


26


31


18


73


N/A


9 ,


13.


.7


34 "61


Base:


Employment
Works either full or part-time (18-
64)
Education*
Has not graduated from high
school
Socializing
Socializes with close friends,
relatives', or neighbors at least
twice a month
Attendance at Religious Services
Goes to church, synagogue, or any
other place ofworship at.least once
a month
Entertainment/Going Out
Goes to a restaurant at least twice a
month


Income*f


Annual household income $15,000
or less
Health Care*
Did not get needed care oh at least
one occasion in past year

Satisfaction with Life
Very satisfied with life in general


Trends I



Education*
Has not graduated from high school
Socializing
Socializes with close friends,
relatives, or neighbors at least twice
a month
Attendance at Religious Services
Goes to church, synagogue, or any'
other place of worship at least once
a month
Entertainment/Going Out
Goes to a restaurant at least twice a
month
Income*
Annual household income $15,000
or less
Health Care*
Did not get needed care on at least
one occasion in past year
Satisfaction with Life
Very satisfied with life in general


2004
1267
%


1986,
981


2000
997



32


22


79 81


31 34


24 39


'81 n/a



48 55



50 48


26 29


40 51


21 18 n/a


35 39


for "Indicator"
2004
Gaps
%

10

10



8



16


17


11


Measures-1986-2004
2000 1998
Gaps Gaps
% %


1994
Gaps
%

12


1986
Gans
%

24


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required for .maxiniuni rebate (some nodelsi.


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2002 Ford F focus /W,.............I.....11,495
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2003 Ford Focu s...................... 10,995
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2000 Ford Expedition.............'12,495
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CHURCH


Friday, September 16, 2005


Lee Worship Center




To Hold Homecoming


By Nell Dobbs
Sunday was "Round-Up Sunday" and the
goal was 200. It was met by 2= 202. Mark and
Willa Branham put
flowers in honor of all
grandparents. Dan
Campbell played and
sang and even yodeled
and everyone enjo ded
it. Chancel Choir sang :
"Down to the River to
Pray." Preacher Eddie ".
Humes gave morning -.
message and it was
great to have him as he
talked of days of old.
Steve and Debbie .
Gwinn were welcomed
into church.
Kel Putnal's Cradle Roll had largest per-
centage present and ten little ones..
Business meeting was held Sunday night..
Remember the bridal Shower for Leigh
Ragans and John Justin Webb this Sunday, Sep-
tember 18 from 4 6.
What blessings babies are! We pray God's
tender loving care upon Channah (Stewart) and
Butch Galbraith and their Lil Trey born Sep-
tember 7th.
We pray God's blessings upon all ill ones
and Leona Gay especially, Nat Collura, Navy


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BARBARA

Sunday School
Morning Worsh
Evening Worshi
Wednesday JBibl




Sunday Schoo
Morning Wor
Church Train
Evening Wort
Prayer Meeti,
Family Night
Puppet Minis
GROW Visita
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Morning Wor
Sunday Schol
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Sunday Schol
Morning Wor
Sunday Night
Pastor Geor
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Service or Wo
Sunday SchoM
Sunday Morn
Wednesday A
Youth gradem
Men's F'ellow!
Women's Met
Suit


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k MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Highway 2:54
Rewv.Robert Agner 973-4160
I0.0lg..


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
1505 East Base St., Madison FL. 323401
Phone 973-2887
Pastor Rusty Bryan
Music Director Minnie Lee Newborn


ng. Wednesday 7-8:00 p.m.
Supper, 1st Wednesday 6-7:00 p.m.
try, Sunday 6:00 p.m.
tlion. Monday 6:30 p.m.
'ist Men, Baptist Women, Music, .Youth Children.
and Futn After Fifty programs available
"Where Love Has No Limits"

LLOWSHIP 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
ship 8:30a.m. & 11:00 a.nm.
to 10:00 a.m.
Family Night Call For Schedule
famd//,es" "...ore/orar, WiSnwh/p"
Interested /.I a home group, ea/l- O-97?-.lZt44
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
S113 SE Pinekney St., Madison F1. 32340
o Pastor George Stinson 9:45 n.
*ship 1:01) a.m.
t 6:00 p.m.
ge Stinson invites you to come and enjoy God's Blessings.
T UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Mvonroe FerlDon, OS.L.
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Jim Catron, Lay lteadcr
'rd & Table 8:30 a.m.
ol 9:45 am.
ling Worship 11:00 a.m.
II Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
s 9-12) 7:00 p.m.
ship Breakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
:ting & Lunch (Ist Monday).......................12:00 Noon
niday II AM Serpvie Now On WMAAF 1230 AM
Ev'eryoue is welcome to all events!


friend, and Melissa Lundell with hearing prob-
lems. We were happy to be able to attend the
19th LST 1027 Reunion Friday-Sunday in Sa-
vannah and see some of
S our Navy friends. May
-, God continue to watch
over all our military peo-
ple and keep them safe.
Amen.
Sadness has come
,- among us in the death of
Audrey Hicks and we
;7 f pray comfort for all her
family. She was such an
important part of our
church and faithful in
serving God. We also
continue praying for all
the families who've lost loved ones, sadness,
separations of families-especially babies and
children and all the consequences of "Katrina".
From Bethany Presbyterian's Outreach
Letter of Kingsport, Tennessee, (our brother
Jimmie and Bonnie Agner and Family 's
Church)...Each of us is a minister of God in our
daily lives. God puts people in our paths that
need to hear His Word, and it is our Christian
responsibility to prepare ourselves in order to

minister to each other...May god help us keep
this uppermost in our minds.
Amen!


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Lee Worship Center will host its home-
coming on Sunday, September 18.
Rev. Charles Lasseter, pastor of the
church, will preach the homecoming mes-
sage.
The Elsberrry Family (formerly the High
Point Quartet), from Dallas, Ga., will be the
featured guest gospel group.


Some probably never
thought nor looked at this
Psalm in this way, even
though, they say it over and
over again.
The Lord is my Shepherd
That's Relationship!

I shall not want
That's Supply!

He maketh me to lie down
in green pastures
That's Rest!

He leadeth me beside the
still waters
That's Refreshment!

He restoreth my soul
That's Healing!

He leadeth me in the paths
of righteousness
That's Guidance!

For His name sake
That's Purpose!


GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH'
A Congregation of llIt lPresi'. kri.an Churtil in tnu rica
1200 NllIh ItIasliinglon SI. -11. 262
Rav. John Hopwood
Sunday School Por All Ages 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship I1:00 a.m.
Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Stddy 6:00 p.m.
Youth Groups Ist 12th Grades 6:30 p.m.
Choir IPractice 7:30 p.m.
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast 7:00 a.m.
Come Wos'ship And Serve With Us
GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
1365 SW Main St Greenville, FI,
948-2353
Sunday School For All Ages 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Pre-school. Students, Adults Choir Rehearsals ......5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Pre-sehool-Children,
Youth & Adult Bible Studies ........................ 7:00 p.m.,
First Sunday every month Men's Breakfast' 1:00 a.m.
AI. INVITED -
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Catron Ham
Lee Florida Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wed Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Wed', Children / Yomh 3" .li. .... .... ........................... 7.001 p.m.
W ed. Adult Choir ......... ....... ...... ..................... .........14.011 p m.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
lli. 25. oulhl. I.ee I-lorldni '971-r58
r iV l il OI l.itu tr ntllls|. I|saq|oi
Morning l r lihp.. .................. ... ............9.IMI a.nm .
M*N-I- Ri 5% nrMAN)it.1


Sunday Schonol
Morning WoGrshil
Sunday Evening,
Youth Group


11:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
5:00 p.ms.


United Methodist Women
Monday afler 1st Sundayr 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast


Second


tinnday
'Preachlr


Suntday 31:00 n.").


Multiple Weekly Bible Studies/ Activities
"Connecting The Conmmnutnit With Christ"


A gospel concert will, kick off the day at
10 a.m. and the morning worship service will
be held immediately afterward.
A covered dish dinner will be held imme-
diately afterward. Follow ing the dinner, an
afternoon gospel sing will be held, featuring
the Elsberry Family, the. McCormick' Family
and other local singers.
Lee Worship Center is located on Magno-
lia Drive, southeast of the old Lee School.


Yea, though I walk
through the valley of the shad-,
ow, of death That's
Testing!

I will fear no evil
That's Protection!

For Thou art with me
That's Faithfulness!

Thy rod and Thy staff
they comfort me
That's Discipline!
Thou prepares a table be-
fore me ,in the presence of
mine enemies
That's Hope!

Thou annointest my head
with oil
That's Consecration!

My cup runneth over
That's Abundance!

Surel> goodness and mer-
cy shall follow me all the days
of my life That's Blessing!


MADISON CHURCH-OF-GOP


771 NE Colhi Kelly lIwy., Madison, FL.
973-6307
Rev. Doyle (lass, Pastor
lD o


Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
"A Friendly Church"
Cherry .ake, FL
850-929.4355
Rev..olmhnne Merrick, Pastor
Sunday School
Pastoral Sunday 1st & 3rd Sunday
Youth Church *,2nd Sunday
Mission/Laymen 4th Sunday
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHU
3 Miles West Of Greenville, FL. Hwy 90
Samuel Bas, Sr., Pastor


Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
'"Ad whet; the day of Pentecost was fully come,
they were all with one accord in one place." Acts.
everyone Is always welcome
ST, MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
108 N. iorry St., 973-8338 '
'IThe Rev. Ben Pfeil ,-Vicar
Joe Boyles Senior Warden
Sunday Chulrch School
Sunday Holy Eucharist
Mission Board 2nd Sunday
Episcopal Church Women 3rd Sunday
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sumter St., 973-2428
Rev. Eriest Sylvestre, OMI
Sunday
Monday. Tuesday & Wednesday Mass.
Thm-a t",


Saturday Mass


10:00 an.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 pm
7:00 p.m.





10:00 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
IRCH

10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.


CH


10:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.




9:00 a.m.
7:30 a.m,
7:30 a.m.
.5:30 p.m.


MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH
303 Range St., Madison. FL* .
(352) 361-3055
Pastor- lDaniel Riggs
school 10:00 a.m.
I I1 I WI a.m.


Sunday Evenin
Wednesday Sc,


Love To lHavp You Come And Visit Us.


And I will dwell in the
house of the Lord
That's Security!

Forever
That's Eternity!


Face it, the Lord
about you.


is crazy


What is most

valuable, is not

what we have in our
lives, but WHO we

have in our lives!


















Pro'erbs 15:4 says that.
"A wholesome tongue is a
tree of life," and James 1:26
states, "If anyone among you
thinks he is religious, and
does not bridle his tongue but
deceives his own, heart, this
one's religion is useless."
So, what is it that gives
words so much power? It is
surely not the words them-
selves. It is, though, the
speaker's intent when he says
those words.
Is he being unkind, un-
charitable, spiteful, vindic-
tive? If so, this is what caus-
es the hurt and the damage.
On the other hand, is he lov-
ing, caring, compassionate?
The recipient will know the
difference.
Guard your tongue al-
w avs! Use your words with
love. Praise Me and raise
your voice in prayer. That is
the proper use of words.
"Enter by ihe narrow
gate; for wide is the gate and
broad is the way that leads to
destruction, and there are
many who go in by it. Be-
cause narrow is the gate and
difficult is the way which
leads to life, and there are
few who find, it." Matthew
7:13-14 ,
You've heard that noth-
ing in life comes easily, and
that is so true. Matthew knew
this. This is why he cautioned
people not to take the easy
way out.
When you opt to do
what's easiest, you are not al-
ways taking the right path.
You are being lazy and refus-
ing to rise to those challenges
which come your way. With-
out hard work, you are learn-
ing nothing. You are also do-
ing the devil's work.
It is he who tempted Je-
sus in the desert to do what
was easier Walk away from
His destiny. Accept riches
and a life of ease and luxury.
If Jesus had done this, you
would not have been saved.

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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
It has seen a number of
changes over the 140 years of its
f existence, but The Madison En-
terprise-Recorder, along with its
sister publication The Madison
County Carrier, still stands at the
0 forefront of newspaper excel-
% lence in Madison County.
In 1865, The. Madison
Recorder began its existence, in
competition with The Southern
Messenger. J.E. Pound %w as one
of the earliest editors of the
e Recorder. In 1901, the. New En-
terprise began'. publication.
Columbus B. Smith was the edi-
o10r of the New Enterprise.
In 1908, the two newspapers
merged and became The Aladi-
son Enterprise-Recorder. Smith
served as editor until 1910 when
J.P. and T.C. Merchant bought
5 the E-R. J.P. served as editor of
Sthe newspaper for only a few
months. He was tragically killed
in a buggy accident. T.C. Mer-
chant then took over as editor.
The elder Merchant served
as editor and publisher for years
before his son. T.C. Merchant, Jr.


T.C. Merchant. Jr


took 'over those roles with the
newspaper. Merchant sold the newspaper to Tom and Lynette
Ricketson, owners of other papers in 1983.
During the late 1950s until he sold the newspaper, Merchant
billed it as "The World's Most Colorful Gazette." Using a tech-
nique known as "circus makeup," the design was show n in class-
es at the University of Florida as the way not to layout a newspa-
per. The design may have been scorned in Gainesville but Mer-
chant made a comfortable living doing it. as well as entertaining
the folks in Madison County. For years, Merchant could be seen.
on WCTV Channel 6 in Tallahassee promoting the "World's Most
Colorful Gazette." At the end of each commercial, he would say,
"Stop by and let me sell you an ad, boy!",
Through the 140 years of its existence, the new spaper has
covered the close of the War Between the States. the Spanish
American-War, World War I and II, the Korean War, the Vietnam
War, Desert Storm, the Wars on Terrorism and the Iraqi War.
Politics has been a main staple in the newspaper since it was
founded. A 1912 front-page newspaper urged folks to vote for
Woodrow Wilson for president. In a political cartoon, Theodore
Roosevelt, a former president, w as lambasted at the time for chal-,
lenging President Howard Taft. The question was posed to Roo-
sevelt if it was revenge or the White House that he was seeking.
The Madison Recorder published information on Indian at-


tacks, as well as public hangings.
The last public hanging took
place in 1902.
That same year, Deputy Sher-
iff Mike Bass and Lamar Selph,
a well-known citizen, had a
shootout oni Range Street in.
Madison. The aim of both men
was so bad that neither was hurt,
nor were any bystanders who
dodged for cover.
One issue of The New Enter-
prise ran stories about two dif-
ferent killings. The first shoot-
ing took 'place between
Greenville and Quitman at Den-
nett Station. The stories of how
the shooting took place conflict.
Archie Harby 'was4 killed in the
incident and Joseph H. Redding
was acquitted 6f murder because
his life had been threatened and
Harby had wounded him once
earlier, causing him to believe
his life was in danger.
In the same issue of the news-
paper. the story was told of how
Jerry McClellan was ,stabbed
during an argument with an old-
er man named Perry Smith about
his cattle.
The stories of murders and


tragic auto accidents have con-
tinued over the years, from sto-
ries about,Quincy Lammons' gangland-style murder, which was
ordered by his mother-in-law, to recent murders involving a
shootout in the Mladison Heights Apartment complex.
In October 1993, Tommy Greene, publisher of Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. with his wife, Mary Ellen, purchased The Madison
Enterprise-Recorder from the Ricketsons. It had been a dream of
the Greenes since they had founded the Madison County Carrier
in 1964 to purchase the Enterprise-Recorder, which was almost ,
100 years old at that time. Greene, in turn, sold the Ricketsons
the Mayo Free Press.
Greene retired from publishing on August 5, 1999 after 35
years. turning the reins over to his daughter, Emerald Greene
Kinsley, who has filled the role of publisher admirably since. A
collection of awards from the Florida Press Association has con-
tinued to flow in. Mary Ellen continues to work at the newspaper
in advertising as director.
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder won a handful of awards
for its coverage of a fire that ravaged downtown Madison in
1997.
The entire Greene family and staff thanks all of its readers
for giving The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 140 years of ser-
vice to the community.


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