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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Creation Date: October 21, 2005
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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: School
        Page B 2
        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
    Section A: Main: Madison County United Way
        Page A 6
    Section A: Main: Church
        Page A 7
    Section A: Main continued
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Employer Meet With

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Cowgirl Volleyball Players


i Finish Second In District


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(Oilr 141st Year- Number 8


Friday, October 21, 2005


Madison, Florida 32340


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VFD By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
At the request of County Attorney
Tom Reeves. the Madison County Com-
mission amended its agenda at its Wednes-
"day, October 19. meeting and \oted on a
settlement with Perpetual Energy.
The county has had an ongoing prob-
Alfred lem with Perpetual Energy, \which supplied


Browning Mlartin
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison CountN Com-
mission discussed banning, al-
low ing special assessment funds
be distributed to the Sirmans
Volunteer Fire Department.
Clyde King. the commis-
sioner \who sits on the county's
Fire Board, said that the Sir-
mans VFD hadn't attended a fire
board meeung for months. He
also indicated that \when there
was a fire in the area. they didn't
respond.
"We can't keep funding
money\ for volunteerr fire depart-
ments when there's nothing
done." Commissioner Ronnie
Moore said.
\L,'I1k Bro%% n. Program Co-
ordinator for Emergency Man-
agement and Administrative As-
sistant from the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners to the Fire
Board, said that the fire board
had requested a freeze on funds
to Sirmans.
Commissioner Alfred Mar-
tiri said.that he had discussed
Sirmans' response times with
the fire chief there. Lorenzo
Miller. He said that people on
the department had to work late
hours. He also said that Miller
told him he understood that fire
chiefs could not attend the fire
board meetings.
Brow n said that fire chiefs
can attend the meetings but that
they usually have another mem-
ber of the department designated
to sit on the fire board.
"At this time. I don't think
we need to abolish funding for
the department," Commission
Chairman Rick\ Henderson
said.
Martin agreed, indicating
that there are people who sit on
the Sirmans VFD who are ha\-
ing to pay the special assess-
ments for fire protection them-
selves.
Paula Arnold, Executive
Director of the Chambe :of
Commerce, said that she lives in
the Sirmans fire zone. She asked
that the.board consider sending
a letter out. seeking additional
volunteers.
"This could affect fire in-
surance rates in the county."
Arnold said.


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Church IlA
Classifieds 6B
Community Cjlendar 5A
Jail Report 3A
Legals 7B


energy to power companies, for a number
of years. Residents in the area had com-
plained that the company had been burning


al Energy Site



Cleaned Up


xaste that shouldn't be burnt.
The Florida Department of Environmen-
tal Protection had ordered Perpetual Ener-
gy to clean up its site.
The commission \oted unanimously to
adopt the amended settlement, which re-
quires Perpetual Energy to begin removing
3,000 tons of waste and equipment no later
than November 1 of this year.
The problems between the county and
Perpetual Energy began in September
1997.


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Barksdale Foundation Votes On Priorities


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Members of the board of the Shirley Barksdale Foundation, Inc. are pictured, left to right: Vince Palhof, Jimmy Dixon,
Carl Dean. Roger Guidinger, Lucile Day. Vernal Webb, IMelissa Burke. Kenny Hall, Dee Hall and Stuart Fenneman. Dee
Hall was a special guest at the meeting. IGreene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Jacob. Bembry. October 18, 2005)


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publisling. Inc.
Members of the Shirley Barksdale Foundation. Inc. held
their regular meeting on Tuesday. October 18. at 4 p.m. in the
conference room of the Madison County Public Library.
Shirley Barksdale \%as a former schoolteacher, who worked
w ith mentally-challenged students. and. in her will, donated the
property to the county to be usedas a park for children.
After a brief \welcome and introductions were made. includ-'
ing the introduction of new\ board president Kenny Hall, the
minutes from the last regular meeting. held August 4, \ere read
and approved.
Dee Hall was present as a special guest of the board.


An update on an information meeting, held September 21.
\ as discussed. A briefing on site management, finance, timber
resources and school resources \\as held.
Vernal \Vebb addressed timber resources. He indicated that
the timber at the Barksdale Farm needed to be thinned out and
indicated that Buckeye Cellulose would buy the timber. The
board \\ill address a contract with Buckeye at its next bi-month-
1k meeting in December.
The board addressed priorities, including electricity at the
farmhouse and public bathrooms. They discussed weatherproof-
ing a Cherry Lake house that w as donated to the Foundation.
The board voted unanimously to proceed with building the
public restrooms.


County Commission Approves Resurfacing

Costs And Budget Amendment


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
The Madison County.
Commission approved Scrug-


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Outdoors
School
Sports
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Viewpoints & Opinions


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NE Old Blue Springs Road,
Captain Btie Road and the
NV Settlement Road projects
at its Wednesday, October 19,
board meeting.
The cost for the resurfac-
ing is approximately
$60.000.
The board also approved
a cost, amendment for Be-
hety-Ha\es '. Construction


compahy for doing work on
the Energy Watershed Protec-


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tion Program.
Peter Behety, co-ow ner
of the company, said that fuel
cost had driven the price up.
He asked for an additional
$9.746.20.
,Commissioner Ronnie
Moore made the motion to
grant the request. His motion
passed 4-1, with Commission
Chairman Ricky Henderson
opposing it.


County

Commis

Discuss

Cutting

Funding

Sirmans


Tiffani Bowen Receives Scholarshipl
STiffani Bowen of Madison recently received a $2.500 President's Scholars A\ ard at South-
eastern University. This is the highest single academic award offered by Southeastern.
This scholarship is renewable for up to four years, provided students meet minimum GPA re-
quirements.
.About Southeastern Universir~ .
Southastein University is a four-year, co-educational Christian liberal arts university, ac-
credited to award bachelor's and master's degrees. Located in Lakeland, Florida, the university
offers 44 undergraduate majors and two graduate programs, and has captured national attention
for its rapid growth in enrollment and facilities in recent years.


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County

Commission

Amends

Land

Development

Regulations
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
The Madison County
Commission
\oted to
amend its
Land Devel-
opment Reg-
u i at ions
ILDRs) at its
Wednesday, Clyde
October 19. King
meeting.
The new amendment al-
lows for a special temporary
use permit to be give to people
owning property. who have a
family member requiring
needed attention to place a mo-
bile home on the property.
The temporary-use per-
mits must be approved each
year. In case of the death of the
person requiring special care,
the landowner has six months
to remove the mobile home
from their land.
,. Commissioner Clyde
King's motion to approve the
measure was seconded by
Commissioner Alfred Martin
and passed unanimously.

Commission

Approves

Advertising

Madison As

A Bridal

Destination
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County is fast
becoming a wedding and
honeymoon destination and
the Madison County Com-
mission approved a $5.000
expenditure from the
Tourist De\elopment Coun-
cil to advertise it as such.
Rae Pike. co-owner of
Four Freedoms Wedding
Chapel with her husband,
Stephen, said that the ad-
\ertisement would also in-
clude information about
other activities in Madison
County. such as canoeing
and its historic sites.
Pike said that the maga-
zine would be distributed
to brides around the nation
and also internationall.
The advertisement will be
in full color, she added.
The commission ap-
proved the expenditure,
contingent upon being able
to see the advertisement
before it is published in the
magazine.






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Outdoors
Ann Landers
Classiieds
Legals


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Cowgirl Volleyball Players Finish Second In District


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
High School Cowgirls fin-
ished second. in the district
volleyball tournament held in
Madison on Tuesday, October
18.
The Florida High Lady
Seminoles faced Madison in
the finals of the tournament.
Madison had advanced by de-
feating Hamilton County 25-
21, 23-25, 25-18 and 25-18 in
tightly-fought action.
The Cowgirls lost in the
finals to the Lady Seminoles
by scores of 25-8, 25-7 and
27-12.
Greene Publishing, Inc.
extends its compliments to the
Cowgirls on a fine season.


Coach Bill Bunting discusses strategy with the Cowgirls during a break in the game
against Hamilton Count3. iGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo bN Jacob Bembry. October 18,
2005)


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Jessica Nixon gets set to
serve the ball in Cowgirl vol-
--- --le ball action. (Greene Pub-
The Cowgirls send the ball over the net as Hamilton County prepares to return a volley. listing, Inc. Photo by Jacob
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Friday, October 21, 2005


NFCC's Bonilla And Gonzales To Lead Workshop


Efrain Bonilla and Eliz-
abeth Gonzales of North
Florida Community College
will conduct a workshop at
the Florida Developmental
Education Association's
27th Annual Conference,
Oct. 27 in Orlando, Fla.
The presentation -is
"The Scenario for a Suc-


Efrain Bonilla


cessful Math Lab." Bonilla
and Gonzales will discuss
how to operate a successful,
math lab, starting with the
recruitment, selection and
training process of the tu-
tors, general lab operations
and the expected outcomes.
Bonilla earned a B.S. in
mathematics and M.S. in ra-
diological physics from the
University of Puerto Rico
and taught at the Catholic
University of Puerto Rico.
He has been with NFCC
since 2Q00 teaching mathe-
matics and is the retention
advisor'in the Student Sup-
port Services department.
Gonzales has an asso-
ciate in arts degree from
NFCC and a B.S. from the
National University of
Colombia. She also has tu-
tor certification from the


National Tutoring Associ-
ation. Gonzales has been
employed with NFCC
since 1998 and is the
learning resource coordi-
nator for Student Support
.Services.
For information con-
tact news@nfcc.edu or
850/973-1653,


Hundreds of Madison
County 4th graders en-
joyed the Make a Splash
Water Festival Sept. 30 at
North Florida Community
~k-^ .i


College.
Students from Lee Ele-
mentary, *Pinetta Elemen-
tary and Madison Academy
learned about Florida wa-


ter in a hands-on series .of
events sponsored by Nestle
Waters, the Fla. Dept. of
Environmental Protection
and NFCC.


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a water experiment.


Austin Bass of NMadison
Academn3 writes up results
of a water activity.


The Florida State Nurs-
ing Students along with the
generosity of Verl Todd, the
coordinator of the SADD
program in Florida and Kez
McCorvey are helping the
Madison County High
School implement a SADD
program.
Kez McCorvey played
for FSU between 1990-1994


Odober 22, 2005


and helped the Seminoles
win the 1993 National Cham-
pionship. He played profes-
sional football for the Detroit


Lions and Carolina Pan-
thers. He currently is the
program director for Titus
Sports Academy, a school
that helps young athletes
reach their maximum poten-


With the help of the stu-
dents at Madison 'County
High School, the nursing stu-
dents along with
Todd and McCor-
vey hope to educate
students' and the
community about
the hazards of
driving under the
influence.
Todd and Mc-
Corvey plan to
speak in numerous classes
and to the Madison County
High School. football play-
ers. Day long festivities will
take place on October 26,
2005 at the high school..


You're Ivited to the

South Annual

Florida Forest Festival

in Perry, Floida


Pinetta students get ready for fun and games during the Water Festival held at
NFCC.

FOR GROUP TOURS ON OTHER NIGHTS THROUGH OUT THE YEAR.
CALL 850-973-8377 ___


SCarnival Open Nightly thru Oct. 22


Friday, October 21s
Bed Race Downtown at 6 PM
Gaslight Antique Car Parade Downtown at 8 PM
"Scary Stories" at the Cracker Homestead at 8 PM

Saturday, October 22d
Festival 5K Run/Walk at 8:30 AM -
King Tree Parade at 10 AM
World's Largest Fish Fry at 12 noon
Classic Car Show
Carnival All Day
Arts & Crafts Vendors
Heavy Equipment Show
Forestry Equipment Competitions
Professional Lumberjack ShQws (3 Shows)
Professional Storytelling in the Pines

Live Entertainment on the Main Stage
Marine Band
Mollie Lynne
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage Concert
American Idol, Justin Guarini .


Karaoke Finals Competion
Fine Art Show

Located at
Forest Capital Park in Perry, Florida *, 'S Hwy. 19 South
For more information:
850-584-8733 forestfestivali@perry.gulfnet.com


Directions:
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Friday, October 21, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3B


Madison Academy Beta Club Holds Car Wash


By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Last Saturday morning,'
the voices of children
yelling "Car Wash" could
be heard at the intersection
of Hwy 90 and Hwy 53
South. The Madison Acade-


my Beta Club held a car
wash for the purpose of
raising money for their trip
to Orlando, November 7-8,
for the state Beta Club con-
vention.
Seventh and eighth
grade Beta Club students


washed cars from 9:00 am -
1:00 p.m. and raised a total
of $240. This money will
be added to the money they
raised, in their school, hav-
ing a "Hat'Day." "Hat Day"
is a very popular event
where children, of any age,


Holding up "Car W\ash" signs and yelling to passing motorists are left to right : Beky Miller.
Brooke Stewart, Sadie Stokes, and Zacchary Salsgiver. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emer-
ald Kinsley, October 15, 2005)

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Washing cars is always a fun fundraiser. Along :ith washing cars come "ater fights, and
soaking teachers and adults down with water. Pictured while washing one of the many cars that
stopped to help in the event is (left to right): Cheltsie Kinsley, Fredy Vasquez, and Abigail
Vasquez. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, October 15, 2005)
Valdosta StateUniversity
Shows StaffAppreciation
Valdosta State. Universit\ -. '
will honor over 700 of its staff f
and administrators at the 7th an-
nual Staff Appreciation Day, Fri- ;
day, October 21, from 11 a.m. to "'
2 p.m., at the university's north ;,
campus soccer field. :
Sponsored by the Council on'
Staff Affairs (COSA), the day ."
will include a cookout, entertain-
ment, friendly competition, door
prizes, and tables hosted by VSU
departments, student organiza-
tions, and community businesses.
This year's agenda will add a
special presentation of the colors
at 12:15 p.m. by the university's
Air Force ROTC and the singing
of the National Anthem intended
to honor the military and its role
in defending our freedoms.


VSU Offers Adults
The Building Blocks
To Higher Education
Valdosta State Universi-
ty will present the Adults
Back-to-College (A.B.C.)
Seminar on Thursday, Octo-
ber 20, at 6 p.m., in the Con-
tinuing Education Center,
room 240.
The seminar, themed
"Your Pathway to Success,"
offers the encouragement
and information needed for
adults to begin their 'college
education or to complete a
degree they previously start-
ed.
The biannual, seminar,
created in 2004 by .Dr. Bev-
erly Blake, assistant director
of OASIS Learning Support
at VSU, will provide the nec-
essary information on the re-
quirements, the. admission
process, and financial assis-
tance available.
The Continuing Educa-
tion Center is located at 901
N. Patterson Street.
Admission is free' and
open to the public. Reserved
seating should be made by
October 19 by calling 333-
5934 or 245-4378.


can pay one dollar and be
allowed to wear a hat to
school on a given day. The
Beta Club students have
been working hard to be
able to attend the conven-
tion, and still have more
fundraising ideas planned.
The Madison Academy
Junior Beta Club is an inte-
gral part of The NationalJu-.
nior Beta Club .and is gov--
erned by the same rules and
policies. The membership
is made up of sixth, seventh
and eighth grade students.
In order to be inducted into
the Beta Club, a student
must have an overall grade
point average of 92% in the


previous grade and a 92%
grade point average for the
first two six weeks of the
current grade. To remain a
member, a student must\
maintain a 90% grade point
average and have no grade
below a "B" each semester.
Each student must also
maintain an "S" in citizen-
ship at the end of each se-
mester.
The 2005-2006 Madi-
son Academy officers are:
President Joshua Tim-
mons, Vice President Zac-
chary Salsgi\er. Secretary -
Ceira Roland. Treasurer -
Chehsie Kinslev. and Histo-
rian Abigail Vasquez.


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as part of its community action plan.
Many of your fellow citizens are already involved in action committees that are raking
the lead in addressing the challenges and opportunities that face our community. These
action committees are beginning to address issues that are important to all of us, such as
economic development, education, government, health, housing, and recreation.
Are you interested in these issues? Are there other present or future community issues
that you feel strongly about and want to be addressed in either existing action committees
or to form a new action committee? This is your opportunity to join your fellow
citizens to contribute to Madison's community improvement and its future!
Please join your fellow Madison citizens on the 3d of November at the Madison County
Extension Office at 902 College Drive from 2:00 5:00pm. Refreshments will be
served.
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Friday, October 21, 2005


FWC SETS DATES FOR DOVE, SNIPE,


WOODCOCK AND CROW SEASONS


Attention wingshooters! Dove hunt-
ing, one of Florida's favorite hunting sea-
sons, began recently, and other migrator)
game bird seasons are just around the cor-
ner.
Hunters may take mourning and
white-winged doves during three hunting
periods statewide. First phase runs
through Oct. 24, second phase is Nov. 12-
27 and third phase runs Dec. 10 Jan. 8.
Shooting hours for the first phase are
noon to sunset, and for the second and
third phases, shooting hours are one-
half hour before sunrise to sunset.
The daily bag limit is 12, but only four
may be white-winged doves.
Snipe season is Nov. 1 Feb. 15
statewide. The daily bag limit is eight,
and shooting hours are one-half hour be-
fore sunrise to sunset.
Woodcock are legal to take statewide


Dec 17-Jan. 15 The dai-
Iv bae limit is three. and 4%-'l.
shooting houis ire /-/ .
one-half hour '"
before sun- .
n-e to iun- .
set


TCrols are legal gaine
states ide on Saturda\is nd
Sunda\s onl\ through O)ct.
)30. then eereJ\da\ No\ 11 -
S Feb. 1' There aie no bag or pos-
session limits, and shooting hours
are one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset.


In addition to having a hunting li-
cense, a migratory bird permit is also
required to take migratory game birds
in Florida. In order to receive this
permit, hunters have to fill out a short
questionnaire, when they purchase
their hunting license. The informa-
tion they provide helps the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service get a better as-
sessment on how many birds are har-
vested each year.-
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
suggest hunters peruse the "2005-06
Migratory Bird Regulations"
brochures and the "2005-06 'Florida
Hunting Regulations" handbook.at
MyFWC.com/hunting. These publica-
tions also are available from county
tax collector,' offices and license
agents.


BODY IDENTIFIEIAS MISSING


TAYLOR COUNTY MAN


A body rec
miles southeast
belle has been i
one of two fish
left from a Tay
boat landing a w
The body wi
as 54-year-old I
Goff of Perry.
Goff and Jir
67, also of Perr
their boat fror
Landing on the F
River the mornir
They \ ere report
-that night.
Both Florid
\ wildlife Consern
mission F\:Ci
the U.S, Coast


covered 15


ducted an extensive* search


Sof Carra- of the area but foundno sign
identified as of either man.
lermen who A commercial fisherman
lor County attending his crab traps pro-
eek earlier. vided the first clue of what
as identified happened to.the pair when
Lonnie Ray he found their mostl.ysub-
merged boat Oct. 6 in the
nmy White, Gulf near the mouth of the
*y, launched Fenholloa\ Ri.er
n Peterson A private fishing boat
enhiollota\ spotted Goff's body Satur-
g of Oct. 2. day afternoon just after 3
ted overdue p.m. and remained with the
body until FWC officers ar-
a Fish' and rived on the scene. The
actionn Com- body,\ as turned over to the
officers and Lei:n County Medical.Ex-
Guard con- armner's Office.


FWC To Hold Six Freshwater


Fisheries Sumits


Reshaping Florida's
freshwater fisheries man-
agement process is the focus
of a unique series of
statewide summits planned
by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC). Through
these summits the FWC is
inviting stakeholders to or-
ganize and team with the
agency. These organized
groups will help the agency
identify areas of public con-
cern and launch manage-
ment plans that will have a
major effect on the future of
Florida's .freshwater fish-
eries.
All meetings are sched-
-uled from 6-30 pm~ P t6 9-
p.m. at:
Lakeland Oct. 22,
Imperial Swan Hotel, 4141
S. Florida Ave., (863) 647-
3000
Dania Beach Oct. 29,
IGFA, 3000 Gulf Stream
Way. (954)-927-2628.
Orlando.- No.. 5,


Rosen.Centre, 9840 Interna-
tional Drive, (407), 996-
2309
Tallahassee Jan. 7,
Ramada Inn, 2900 N. Mon-
roe St., (850) 386-1027
The initial summit at
Sebring saw a new High-
lands County stakeholder-
group join the FWC in an
effort to help manage local
lakes and become part of the
new process.
The response to the sur-
vey was overwhelming with
over 1,500 constituents par-
ticipating. Results from
this survey helped structure
the format and content of
other summnits in various lo-
-cation's around their' ;tate
where survey responses
were greatest.
To see results of the
freshwater fishing survey,
or for more information on
freshwater fishing in Flori-
da, visit NM FWC.com and
click on' freshw after fish-
ing." '


FWC SEEKS PARTNERS TO HELP DEVELOP



NEW YOUTH HUNTING PROGRAM


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) is seeking
partners to help launch its new
Youth Hunting Program. The
program aims to provide qual-
ity hunting experiences for,
12- to 17-year-olds to increase
the number of youths involved
in hunting.
The FWC is looking for
landowners and/or hunting
clubs to host weekend youth
hunts; volunteers to be trained
as huntmasters, hunter safety
instructors, cooks or guides;
and organizations to help
sponsor this new program.
Because the number of
hutier- in FIloridaL i"'W de-
clined during the past decade,
the FWC is looking to estab-
lish relationships with other
concerned conservation orga-
nizations to use this program
as a tool to recruit and train to-
morrow's safe hunters. The


Shikar Safari Club already has
partnered with the FXC and is
providing the funding for ini-
tial start-up costs, but the pro-
gram is going to require sub-
stantially more assistance if it
is to be successful.
\While introducing Flori-
da's youth to the hunting tra-
dition, the Youth Hunting Pro-
gram can benefit landowners
.by assisting them with their
wildlife management prac-
tices by helping them reduce
does, hogs and other species
the biologists want to manage
on their property. All the
landowners or hunting clubs
need to do iP pro\ ide access to
their land, ind thd FWC will
do the rest.
."We promise to run safe,
positive, educational and
mentored youth hunts and are:
looking for all types of year-
round hunting opportunities
including deer; turkey, hogs,


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Youth receiving shotgun-shooting instruction.


exotics, dove, small game and
waterfowl," said Alan Busen-
bark, FWC's hunter' safety
business manager.
"The goal for the first
year of.the program is to train
at least 25 volunteers through-
out the state to be huntmasters
to lead future' \outh-training
hunts. Along with enlisting
these volunteers, another goal
is to establish landowner rela-
tionships and secure addition-
al funding, to ensure the future
gro\\th of the program,"
Busenbark said.
If you ate a lando\\ ner or


hunting club wishing to do-
nate a weekend youth hunt on
your property, an individual
who can volunteer your time
and expertise in planning and
leading youth hunts or an or-
ganization who can help spon-
sor this unique program, con-
tact Alan Busenbark at (850)
413-0084 or by e-mail at
alan.busenbark@ MyFWC.co
m. .
For more information on
how to get involved in Flori-
da's Youth Hunting Program,
\isit MN\ FWC.com/hunter-
safety.


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October 21st 1955 Edition
George Young. Jr.. a Madison FFA member, \on top
honors in the Youth
Corn contest. He had a yield of 124 bushels on his one
acre. Arlon Buchanan took the prize for the Youth Cot-
ton contest with one and a half bales per acre.
Greenville High School Sophomore and Senior Glee
Club directed by Miss Doris Strong gave their annual
concert. "''Rock Around the Clock" was sung along \\ith
other favorites.
A session of Cottage Prayers is being held through-
out the community preceding the Revival at the Cherry
Lake Baptist Church.

October 22nd 1965 Edition
Superintendent Bishop and Dr. Oscar Beck arranged
for 45 teachers from Madison County Schools to attend
an Art Workshop. Miss Elizabeth Belt conducted the
classes that showed new and modern creative art educa-
tion and techniques.
Miss Ruth Tomlinson and Miss LaMoyne Hancock
were hostesses to the visiting Lake City Cheerleader and
the Madison Cheerleaders. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tondinson
home was used for the supper parry and Mrs. LaMoyne
Hancock assisted.
SMrs. Maurice King visited relatives in Ohio several
days during the weekend.


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October 17th 1975 Edition
The MYF of Lee United Methodist Church spon-
sored a youth Rally. Speakers were Deborah Bland and
Frank Mercer.
Madison County 4-H Beef Club held its first meet-
ing at the Agriculture Center with Leon Brooks and
about 19 members. Some of the elected officers were
Bobby Surles, Alfred Martin. Suzanne Scott and Kathy
Surles.
The Johnie Eddins family held their fourth annual
reunion. Johnie and Martie have lived in Greenville
most of their life. They had 8 daughters and 2 sons.
There were 52 in attendance and all had a good time.

October 17th 1985 Edition
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wing have returned from a
week's trip to New England. They visited the famous
Wing House in Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
The Madison Lions Club is holding a big pancake
supper at MCHS cafeteria, preceding the Perry-Madison
high school football game. Pay only 2-bucks for a giant
serving of pancakes.
The churchwomen of St. Mary's Episcopal Church
have worked most of the year preparing for their annual
bazaar-barbecue. Visit booths chock full of hand made
craft items. There will even be a white elephant table.
Come and enjoy.


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needs treatment. Please call Kristie
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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.
Motorcycle
1992 Yamaha Virago 750


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Always pay on time, and take
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Will sign lot rent contract to
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Call 850-973-6131 or
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Hammond Organ
Reasonably priced for individual or
Free to a standing church. Come
see this and many other wonderful
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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.


K. Josephs Reall)
1305) 310-7204
Great Buy!
2 acre wooded lot near the
Vithlacoochee Rj\er Sli..0i0i
Mc\\ iliams Realti
850-973-b.bl4 or i80i0-356-3260i


CASH $$ Paid for land.
acreage, homes or mobile
homes \%ith property. Top
dollar paid \ith quick clos-
ing.
Call Ben i3Si 365-7653


Help ante


Licensed Practical Nurse or
Medical Assistant
Position available at Doctors'
Memorial's Clinic in Madison.
Must be experienced and licensed
LPN or Registered/Certified Med-
ical Assistant. Applications may be
downloaded from www.doc-
torsmemorial.com and emailed to
dianam@doctorsmemorial.com,
faxed to 850-584-0661 or call HR


8580-584-0866. DFWP, EOE
2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath mobile
home, furnished, utilities includ- REE
ed. No pets and No kids, 850-
973-2504. S

Martin House Publishing, Inc.
Martin House "
Downtown Madison Advertising Sales
1 Large efficiency $275. Person
1 Large 2 bedroom $450. erSOn
Heat & Air, mature responsible Needed at
adults. No children and No pets. Greene Publishing Inc.
Call 850-578-2781
C Professional appearance and pleas-
r -- I --- --" ant personality a must. Must be
Huge Historic Home, 4 bedroom, able to work well under pressure
Huge Historic Home, 4 bedroom, and maintain a team player rela-
12 bathrooms, Central Heat & Air, and maintan a team player rela-
I Jenair Grill & Griddle, Water and ionhip with workers, Expe-
I Lawn Maintenance Included, No ence in this field preferred but not
IPets. $&1.200 monih + $1.000 de- required. Apply in person at our
posit. 850-973-3025 : s, ., ,~,.w 53 office.
d


2 BR 1 Bath Rental Home
*Hardwood Floors
*New Appliances
*Great Location
S*No Pets
*Available Immediatly
Call 229-563-4051



S


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





Two 5-acre wooded (hardwood)
lots in .popular Northwood S/D.
Quite a find. In perfect condition.
Turn-key "Green Acres" mobile
country home. Fenced pasture, 30 x
24' workshop has plans for future
apt. Huge covered patio. House is
"self-sufficient" in case of bad
weather. Call Jan Fessler at Poole
Realty. 386-364-8407.
Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services

i Land Clearing. Ponds, Stump Re-
"moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326


Local thriving company seeks
individual for Data Entry Clerk
and other office duties. Salary
commensurate with experience.
Fax resume 850-973-2408.



Reporter Wanted
Greene Publishing has an open-
ing for a News Reporter. Should
be dependable with a pleasant
personality. Required to have
good Journalistic skills and com-
puter knowledge. Command of
the English language and its
proper usage a must. Need to
have your own dependable
transportation and practice a
good work ethic. Apply in per-
son ONLY at the Madison
County Carrier. Hwy 53 South,


Duuie include- A.'iSt.ist \th duplica-
iun of nitenals; answer telephone:
t pe docunments: maintain inmentu-
rn. Complete job description on
web site. Qualiicitions-: Mlust be
High School Graduate Proticien
in Microso:ft soft,'are T. ping [est
\iIll be gien.
Applications to: Directur HR.
North Flonrida Cormunit. College.
325 N"\ Turner Da is Dri\ e. Madj-
.son. Floinda 32341 A complete
packed includes: resume and appli-
cauon ia atrulable at \. '\.nfcc edu
Questions call 85'-9'3-9-157 Ap-
plicauon packet must be received
b\ 10/21/2005. EOE


PT RETAIL
NMERCHLANDISERS
Join our team!
Out mnerchandisers stock sm.
freezer, in local area grocen
stores Cunendy. we're looking
for PART TIME people in Per-n.
Montcello. & Li\e Oak 1-8S00-
733-2999, exf. 601.

$$ AVON $$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
Sell $500, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy 973-3153


Florida Department
of Transportation has a vacancy
in Taylor County:
Position Number: 5500-1-173
Broad Band Title: Truck Drivers,
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer
Working Title: Senior. Heavy
Equipment Operator
Last date to apply:
October 28, 2005
For more information concerning
job description and requirements
apply online::
peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logo.htm
or call toll free 1-850/838-5800.
The Department of Transportation is
an Equal Employment Opportunity,
Affirmative Action and Drug Free
Workplace employer.
Want A Successful Lifestyle? AND
Have More Free Time! I Can Teach
You How! call Cindy & Brian 1-,
888-783-7182.


Senior Citizens Council
of Madison County, Inc.,
is now accepting applications for,
fulltime in-home service, worker,
must be certified CNA. Must be
able to follow directions, good so-
cial skills,with the elderly and de-
pendable transportation.
Applicants need to apply in person
at the Senior Citizens Center, 400'
:S.W. Rutledge Street, Madison, FL
32340. 850-973-4241


*Seamstress
Ceramics Maker
Artist (drawing)
Needed Immediately
Call Ann: 386-965-5262


GOLD KIST INC.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA

Due to the growth of operations at our North
Florida location, there are employment opportunities
in various areas of work..

Processing and Production: Deboners,
Trimmers, Packers, Box Stackers, Live
Hangers, afternoon and day shifts
Maintenance: Industrial Mechanical,
Electrical, Refrigeration, all shifts
Trucking: Drivers CDL-A, all shifts
Sanitation: Industrial type, night shift

A concern for quality, safety and teamwork is
important. Must be able to perform the essential
functions of the job with or without accommoda-
tions. Must be legally authorized to work in the USA.

FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAM INCLUDES HEALTH
INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE, PAID VACATIONS,
9 PAID HOLIDAYS, and CREDIT UNION.

Applications Available at
EMPLOYMENT CONNECTIONS Locations in
Live Oak, Madison, Perry
GOLD KIST INC.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
EOE/M/F/D/V


Director of Marketing The Madison County Solid
Advent Christian Village \Vaste/Rec.cling Department is
658-5627 (JOBSi accepting applicauons for two (2)
www.ACVillage.net Part-Time Collection Center Atten-
dams


Responsibilities include record
keeping of the Centers daily activi-
ties, assist residents with proper
disposal and recycling techniques,
distribute informative and educa-
tional materials to residents, report
an6 problems and concerns to the.
Solid wastee office. Maintain center
grounds in a neat and orderly fash-
ion. Applicants must have the abili-
ty to establish and maintain good
positive correspondence with resi-
dents. A 20(-30 ,. ork week is re-
quired with flexible hours a must,
and additional hours if needed,
week-ends included. Salary starts at
$6.53 per.hour. The positions \\ill
be one (1) for the Green ille Center
and one (1) position will be used as
a floaier at all centers. For addition-
al information contact the Solid
Waste Office at 850-973-2611.

A completed Madison County Em-
ployment Application is required.
Madison County is an equal oppor-
tunity employer and a Drug Free
Workplace.

All applications must be submitted
to the following address by Friday,
October 21, 2005 at 5:00 p.m.

Madison County-Board of Com-
missioners
Att: Heidi Hemanes '
Courthouse Annex
112 E. Pinckney St.
P.O. Box 539
Madison, Fl. 32341

Wok ane


Tractor Work
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mowing, Discing, tilling.and box
blading. Call 973-6326.
Do you need a
Handyman?

If you are elderly or need a man to
work around your home or yards,
please call me to work for you. I'm
reasonable, honest and pride myself
on doing a good job for you. I also
give Seniors a discount. Located in
Madison area:
Please call 850-973-6991
before 9pm.


FT marketing director: Bachelor's
degree in marketing, advertising, or
related field required. Supervisory
experience required. Five or more
years marketing experience de-
sired, senior adult housing/services
experience strongly preferred.
Good benefits, great working envi-
ronment. EOE; Drug Free Work-,
place; criminal background checks
required. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru
Fri, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00. p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL; fax resume to.
(386) 658-5160
FT Carpenter
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)

FT Carpenter. High school diploma
or equivalent desired. Finish car-'
pentry and exterior siding experi-
,ece requited
Apply in person at ACV Personnel
Department Monday through Fri-
day from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10660 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL;, fax resume to
(386) 658-5160.
EOE / Drug-Free Workplace
Criminal background checks re-
quired
Apalachee


Center
A Behavioral Health Care Center
is currently seeking the following
position located in Madison.
Florida,
OPS Mental Health
Assistant #2249
High School Diploma or its equiva-
lent prior psychiatric experience
preferred. Valid Driver's license re-
quired. Shift: variable/Monday -
Friday.
Licensed
Counclor #1182
A Master's Degree with a major in
psychology, social work, counsel-
ing or a 'related human services
field and three year of related pro-
fessional, 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-
portunity/ Affirmative Action Em-
ployer. Drug Free Workplace


Friday, October 21, 2005








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Su\iannee Valley
Humane Societ)
1156 SE Bisbee Loop
Madison. Florida 323-40

Two miles south of Lee off C.IR 255
From 1-!1) Eit 262 Take C.R. 255
north 1/2 mile folloS' the signs.

We are a Limited Space Shelter (no
kill). You must check, \ith us pnor
to bringing in a animal.A drop-off
donation is required for any animal
brought to the shelter.Our Hours:
Tues. to Sat. 10.00 to 2:00 or by ap-
pointment.-Visit our website and see
the animals that need a really good.
home at w% ws.geocities com/Suv.an-
neehs or e-maiflus at su%%annee al-
ley@earthlink.net..

Lost or Found Pets:
If you have lost a pet or found one,
the humane society \%ill help \ou
find your pet., Call us at i850i 97 I -
9904 or toll free al 1-866-236-78I12
Leave a message if e are closed, \ e
will return sour ciall.Remember to al-
ways call your local animal controls
or shelters if you have a lost or found
animal.

Due to the generous gift of a new
building, we are now able lo accept
donations of fumirure. ..and ne now
have some nice pieces to sell. '

Newspapers and
Aluminum Cans:

We have a recycle newspaper bin at
305 Pinewood Dr. just west of John-
son's Appliance/Radio Shack. We


also collect aluminum cans 10 recy-
cle. just bring them to the shelter. All
the money goes to help the-homeless
animals.

Featured Animals
For Adoption

DOG

2849 CHEETAH Seven month
old Black and White Female. This is
one cheetah that won't scare you. On
the contrary. she 'w ill give yoi a mil-
bon kisses and shows off from day-
hght to dark to %in your approval
and hopefully, your love. .
2621 KIRA One yeai- old Tri-
Color Female. As enthusiastic and
full of fun as a new c!lo n, Miss Kira
will charm and delight you. It will be.
happy day when some lucky person'
says, "I'm going to choose this love-
ly girl."

2827 JENNIFER Eleven week
old Dark Brown Female.. There is:
no such thing as an unlo] able puppy,
but this one goes way beyond just be-
ing cule and sieet. She is a big-time
wminer in all departments and you'll
recognize it the minute your eyes
meet her.

2811 COPPER Six and a half
month old Brown and Black Male.
A big, beautiful specimen of pure
DOG, he is full of unabashed affec-
tion for human-kind and is eager to
have a home of his own.

2820 PETE One and a half year
Sold White and Black Jack Russell


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NOTICE: The District School Board of Madison Counr), Florida. ill huld a public
hearing on Tuesda), Nosember 22. 2005. at 6:01) p.m. The meeting will be held in Ihe
School Board Meeting Room of the Superintend-cn's Office. 210 NE Duial A'e. Madi-
son, Florida.


Change to Policies: 2.23. 2.80. 3.60. 3.90. 4.10. 4.13. 4.22. 4.70, 5.32.
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New Board Policies: 5.14, 6.15, 6.80.

Changes toProcedures: P-4.12,P-4.12.2


The proposed document ma} be viewed at the School Board Office. 210 NE Du'al \e.
Madison. Florida.
Slatutory Authorit: 120.54. 1001.43 F.S.
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION NLADE BY THE BOARD.
WITH RESPECT TO ANY LMAITER CONSIDERED. T TFIS MEETING OR HE AR-
ING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING AND FOR SUCH
PURPOSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO ENSURE [HAT A \ERBITTIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE. \ WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TES TMONY
AND EVIDENCE LPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS 1O BE B\SED.

10121/05.


FLORIDA


IN RE: The Estate of

LOIS LOUISE BARCLAY
ST. JOHN,

Deceased.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FHIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY.


PROBATE DI\ 15ON

FILE NO. 205-99-CP



NOTICE TO CREDITORS


TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

The administration of the Estate of Lots Louise Barclay St. John. decaseid.
whose date of death was August 29. 2005. and % hose Social Security Number is 262-21)-
9106. is pending in the Circuit Court for Third Judicial Circuit, in and for Madison
Count). Florida. Probate Division, the address of vhich is c/o Madison Count3 Court-
house, Madison, Florida 32341). The Estate is testale and the name and addresses of the
personal representatrie and the personal rcpresentatie', resident agent are set forth he.
low.

All creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on wh'om a copy of this notice is required to be served must tile
their claims with this Court WITHIN THE L WATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PiBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS.AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or de-
mands against the Decedent's estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC MTION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH \BO\E. ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2l YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of frst publication of this notice is .2005.


John O. Williams. Esquire
Florida Bar Identification Number 0320420
Williams & Holz, P.A.
The Cambridge Centre
211 East Virginia Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: 850/224-4510
Facsimilk: 850/224-3722
'Residei. Ageift ror PeR onal Represeknitivee

0/14. 10/21


Nellie Mac Henderson Hill
Personal Represenlatise
Post Office Bu\ 246
Grteenillt. Florida 32331



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

CASE NO. 05-393-CA

BOBBY CORBETT.

Plaintiff.

vs.

ESTATE OF CLEMON BRINSON: BETTY J.
HOFFORD: ANTHONY D. McNEAL.; BETTY
JEAN BRINSON a/k/a BETY JEAN BRONSON:"
CHRISTINE MOSS BRINSON: unknown tenants: '
and other unknown parties in possession, including
the unknown spouse of an) person in possession o :
the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased.
the surviving spouse, heirs, desisees. grantees, cred-
itors. and all other parties claiming by. through, un-
der or against that Defendant, and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of
the named or described DefendanLs.

Defendants. '



NOTICE OF ACTIONN

TO:
ESTATE OF CLEMON BRINSON; BETT J.1. AFFORDD; ANTHONY D.
McNEALY; BETTY JEAN BRINSON a/k/a BETTI JEAN BRONSON;
CHRISTINE MOSS BRINSON. Defendants, unknown tenants: and other
unknown parties in possession, including the unknown spouse of any person
In possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased. the sur-
viting spouse, heirs, det isees. grantees, creditors, and all other parties claim-
ing by, through, under or against that Defendant. and nil claimants. persons
or parties, natural ur corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknuiln.
claiming under any of the named or described Defendants.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on thE follow ing described
property in Madison Count-, Florida. to-wit:
Beginning a the Southeast corner of the Northeasi Quartr ,f tIh Southwest
Quarter of Section 25. Toinship 2 North. Range 9I East in the center of a
graded road, thence run North on Quarter Line 221.76 feet to lte POINT OF
BEGINNING, thence run North on Quarler line 139.92 feel. thence run West
312.18 feet. thence run South 139.92 feet. thence run East 312.18 feel. to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, containing one acre. more or less. and being a part
of the Northeast Quarte o eS Qer o the Souf Section 25, ToI nship
2 North. Range 9 East. Madison County. Florida;

Along with a 1988 Doublenide Mobile HomeSr5 D221991AB Derose 28 \ 52.
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if an), Ito t on Plaintiff's attorney and counsel of record, ANDRERW J. DECKE R.fI. Es-
quire of the Law Office of Andrew J. Decker, III P. A.. 3211 Whitc Atrnue, Post Office
Drawer 1288. Lise Oak, Florida 32064, wilhin thirty (301 days after the Irst publication
of this Notice of Action, and file the original eilth thi Clerk of the Court, Honorable Tin
Sanders, Post Office Bo% 237. Madison. Florida 32341. either before '.r ice on the Plitin
iff's allorne) or immediately thereafter. If ou fail to answer, defend or otherwise plead
to this action to foreclose a mortgage, a Default will be entered against ou lr the relief
demanded in the Complaint. This Notice of Action is executed and published pursuant to
the provisions of 49.08, e sea.. Florida Statutes.
DATE: October 11,2005.

Honorable Tim Sanders
Clerk of Court
Madison County, Florida

By Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

10/21. 10/28


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, October 21, 2005


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

Reader Compliments Building Inspector


Re: An Open Letter To The citizens of Madison County,
Florida
I am a State of Florida Certified General Contractor since
1980 with a total of over forty years experience building
through out the South Eastern United Statqs and the Caribbean.


Iatr To f Mirror
Dear Jacob,
This is a letter to remind you who you are and who you are
not.
First of all, you are a child of God. You were adopted into
His bloodline through the shed blood of His Son, Jesus Christ.
Next, you are the birth son of Bobby and Louella Bembry.
You have two sisters, Debbie and Abbie, and one brother, Dan-
ny. You love them and your nieces, Morgan and Shannan and
your nephew, Ryan, and your great-nephew, Braxton, with your
whole heart.
You also have an agape love for your friends. You would
give them the shirt off your back if you had to. Anything they
want is theirs for the asking. Many times, however, you do let
your generosity get in the way of your common sense and you
get hurt very badly. People many times can mistake generosity
for ulterior motives.
Next, you cannot solve everyone's problem yourself. You
can listen, but you don't have to offer them advice. Many of
them will even resent it when you offer the advice to them.
Some of them may even begin resenting you. As someone told
you, you can't even solve your own problems sometimes.
To be honest, Jacob, you can also be a pain in the butt some-
times. You know it. I know it. Everyone who really knows you
knows it.
The other night in the Dale Carnegie class you're taking,
you sat in a circle. The people in the circle had to give each oth-
er positive feedback and \ rite comments on each sheet of paper
for the person they were speaking to. Right now, you're looking
at the comments. ,
Your best friend in the group wrote that you were "smart."'
a "good friend," "tenacious," "generous" and had "humility."
The humility smart you have to look at and cough. You know
you're not really humble.
Another writer wrote that you give "sincerefeedback" ,and
wrote "no BS" in parentheses. She later told you that you mean
what you say when you say it.
One woman wrote that your "God fearing." "thorough" and
"dedicated to your job."
Another person wrote that you're honest and smart and en-
joy your work. They even noted that you're a "good writer."
Hmmm.
The last note you have you believe came from the youngest
person in the group. It reads "organized. gii ing and great at \our
job." The organized comment nust get you scratching your
head. Has this girl seen your desk at work?
You are tenderhearted and get your feelings hurt easily, but
your skin is getting tougher all the time. You need to cheer up
some and take things a little easier on yourself.
Remember, above all things, that you have a home in Heav-
en when you're life is through, plus you've still got a bunch of
other things to do while here on Earth, like taking care of your
sister and telling folks about Jesus.
SGod bless you,
Jacob


In addition to standard construction projects we often perform
various types of specialty construction projects, particularly in
the restoration and. reconstruction field after the tragedies of cat-.
astrophic storms, fires and building collapses, most of which re-.
quire a close working relationship with the building official,
plans examiners and building inspectors of the particular juris-
diction. This long experience of working closely with numerous
different building department personnel has given me a keen
ability to judge the qualifications and effectiveness of that sec-
tor of our local governments. We recently completed a modular
home and site built project in Madison County. During the con-
struction of that project we ran into certain unusual problems of
jurisdictional authority between the State of Florida D C A and
local building department's responsibility. Your Building Offi-
cial Mr. Billy Tyson stood up to the plate and was of great as-
sistant in getting the correct building codes applied and as a re-
sult the home has been completed to the safety standards re-
quired, as it should be. In the interest of brevity I will skip the
particular details, however, without his extra efforts, care and
concern for the public in his jurisdiction I don't know how I
would have gotten the manufacturer of the modular portion:of
the home to make the necessary corrections to accomplished
proper completion.
It is sometimes difficult to keep m the front of one's mind
that the fires, building collapses from storms and other building
failure tragedies that one doesn't see is the best %alue one can
get for the money spent on a professional building, zoning and
code enforcement department No one can ever know the lives
and or family fortunes that are saved every year by the efforts of
the building officials and their staff. From my experience of.
working with Mr. Tyson, recognizing his in-depth know ledge of
construction as well as his knowledge of the codes, his firm and
yet fairness in enforcing those codes in a professional manner
and comparing that to other areas that I have worked in over the
years, I can tell you that you have one of the best.
I would like to extend my gratitude and compliments to all
in the Madison County Building Department, especially your
Building Official, Mr. Billy Tyson. I was treated very profes-
sionally and very politely throughout the whole process. Madi-
son County has a building, zoning and code enforcement opera-
tion to be proud of. I must say Madison County has a lot to be'
thankful for. Keep up the good progress.

Sincerely
SDel Steinacker

,'TheSmar Shoper'


THIS WEEK'S TIP: I do
my fair share of online shop-
ping, but before I do, I check
prices. etc., for whatever it is I
might be purchasing.' Some-
times, even if a store has a bit of
a higher price, it's more cost-ef-
fective to get it at the store. The
reason? Those shipping and
handling charges. They can add
too much to the price of an item,
making it more expensive than
actually going to the store to get
it.
With the holiday season
coming up, if you're not an ear-
ly shopper (I start in August!),
you're probably going to want
to avoid the crowds at the malls
as much as possible. That would


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PUBLISHER/EDITOR
Emerald Greene Kinsley '
.-. REDUCTION MANAGER
S- Lisa Greene
; ,. STAFF WRITERS
Jacob Bembry and Mike Moore
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
'-: Kerry Cohen, Carla Barrett.
Carl Painter and Lisa Greene
S TYPESETTER
., Chris Walace & Kerry Cohen.
ERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVES
Mary EUlenGreene, Dorothy McKinney,
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i" ASISFIED AND LEGAL ADS
Susan Grimes
S. Deaqillbfor classified is Monday at 3:00 p.m.
',Dedlnof r LegalAdvertisement is Monday at 5pm.
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lead you to do online shopping.
I urge some caution here. You
don't want to % ake up at the, end-
of January to an outrageous
credit card bill..
If you can, in order to avoid
the crowds, do your shopping
on a weekday or evening during
the week. NaturallI. the peak
shopping dimes are weekends,
so you'll want to skip that. Try
to 'be innovative, too. Some-
times, a gift that required more
thought and will truly be trea-
sured by the recipient,.can be a
lot less expensive than some-
thing you just bu lfor the heck
of it just to cross it off your list.
Here are this week's offers:
BRAKEBUSH GREAT
ON. THE GRILL OFFER, P.O.
Box 128, Cedarburg, WI 53012
(receive a set of free grill tongs).
Send in three UPCs from any
Brakebush Chicken. Limit four
sets ,of tongs per. household.
Store form required. Expires
11/15/05.


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Being On Two Teams

At the Same Time
Today.I am doing the impossible: I am the (unofficial) flack
for two different organizations. Just bear with me for a few min-.
utes here.
This is the. month when you sign up for your United Way
contribution. Ive done mine by automatic % withdrawal for sever-
al years and probably should revisit it this year or next. I may
need to upgrade.
However you choose to do it; I stronglN urge you to con-
tribute to United Way. The plusses all your contributions stay
in Madison County or the three-county area. assisting your
friends, relatives, and neighbors. You can't possibly go out and
help all those people yourself, but the United Way can meet mul-'
tiple needs while you are just hearing about one situation. The
United Way uses our contributions to the maximum instead of
spending 98 percent on "o erhead and expenses," as some char-
ities do. And you get a arm feeling of satisfaction knowing you
have helped others in their times of distress.
The negatives Nou don't get to meet face-to-face with
everyone sour donations reach. Ummmim. I can't think of any
more points in the minus column.
S Sodonate to United Way. That's one organization I'm push-
ing. '
The other is connected. This year, the-United Way is includ-
ing among its receiving groups the Tri-County Foster Parents
Association. I don't personally know anyone in this group, but I
was an officer in the first Foster Parents Association of Georgia
and an active member in the'Muscogee County Foster Parents
Association. The Road Runner and I operated as foster parents
over a period of eight Nears. During that time, we cared for an
even dozen kids (not all at the same time) whose parents abused,
neglected, molested, or abandoned them. We learned to love
those children, and to truly care about how they would develop
into adults. Almost all of them were teenage girls, the group
most difficult to place, according to our case workers.
What joy we found in watching them become young ladies
instead of hoodlums or frightened rabbits. What a delight to wit-
ness a ten-year-old boy suffering from Failure to Thrive begin to
flesh out and actually learn to smile. What satisfaction to finally
hand off a sixteen-year-old girl when another foster home was
able to take her and her sister together for the first time in two
years. '
Yes. \we met with frustrations and setbacks. But I wouldn't
trade those years guiding those children for all the doubloons
you might find on a sunken galleon. Those years, those experi-
ences. are among the valued treasures of my life.
So I'm pushing foster-parenting groups too. If you ha\e a
room in your house and love in your heart, you can know simi-
lar joys and triumphs by beconiing a foster parent.
I was delighted to learn that rtwo of my fax orite groups have
hooked up. Both the United Way and the TFPAxvwill benefit from
their union. You. too, will benefit if you donate to one or both.
The United Was leaders will bless your name aid the foster par-
ents \ill call \ou blessed. Not bad for one check or a monthly
w withdrawal.
Two for the price of one and a fantastic two they are. Yes,
you can be on two teams at the same time and \in all the way.








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.* Jail Report ..


It's Apple Season
Before the food guide pyramid or 5-A-Day, there was the
old saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". Although
apples are not the magical key to good health, they are nutri-
tious, adding color and texture to our meals. Surveys show U.S.
consumers average eating about 19 pounds of fresh apples a year
- about one apple per week.
Although apples can be purchased year round, fall is harvest
time for many varieties. Apples add so much to our fall celebra-
tions there's candied and caramel apples, pies and apple bob-
bing contests. Ever wonder why apples float in water? It's be-
cause 25% of an apple's volume is air.
Apples are grown commercially in 36 states, but they can be
found in all 50 states. The first apple tree in the United States
was said to be planted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Over
80% of the apples grown in the U.S. are produced in'six states.
Besides tasting good, apples are good for you. They are rich
in flavonoids, an antioxidant that has been found to be benefi-
cial. A medium apple has about 80 calories and is fat free, sodi-
um free and cholesterol free! They are a great source of soluble
fiber, which helps remove cholesterol from your body. You may
have also heard they are good for your teeth -'that's because
they contain tannins.
The five most popular apple varieties in the U.S. are Red
Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Fuji and Granny Smith.
Each has a distinct look, flavor and use:
Red Delicious: Crisp, juicy and sweet, it's good for snack-
ing. It doesn't cook well.
Golden Delicious: It has a sweet taste and can be used for
baking, applesauce, salads, or snacking.
Gala: A crisp, sweet taste, it is good for snacking or a sal-
ad.
Fuji: Sweet and crisp, it makes good applesauce.
Granny Smith: A tart taste, it holds it's shape well when
cooked
Of course, it's an adventure to try less common varieties;
you may find a new favorite. Apples should be stored in a draw-
er or container in the refrigerator. Handle them carefully to
avoid bruising and cut just before serving to minimize brown-
ing.


Good morning! Greetings from Jacksonville. We did not
want you to forget us while we were here both on business and
pleasure so, though we don't have any news from Lee, we still
would like to chat with you a while.
Daughter Mona and husband Charlie brought us, along with
Big Ben the puppy, to Middleburg last Thursday, where we spent
an enjoyable couple of days with them and with son, Pat, and
grandson Eric. Then we and Mona met daughter Vicki for her
.birthday dinner at Red Lobster. The waiter brought Vicki a huge
complementary piece of chocolate cake with ice cream. plenty
for three.people and terribly rich.
For the business part, daughter Sharon took us to our cardi-
ologist on Monday where we were diagnosed as in pretty good
shape but he thinks its time for another stress and imaging test
so that's on the calendar for Thursday. Afterward, Sharon and I
enjoyed an early dinner at Piccadilly's. Last night, Wednesday,
after a drive to see the big new northside shopping center under'
construction, Vicki took us to dinner at Ruby Tuesday's. This
shopping center will offer northside residents what the south-
side has enjoyed for quite some time. It isn't far from Vicki's
home.
While we're here, she intends to take us to the Outback and
perhaps the Homestead and Barnhill's. And we intend to spend
all those birthday certificates while we're here we've already
spent Wal-Mart's' and Piccadilly's. This evening, Thursday.
we're supposed to meet Mona for her birthday. We really en-
joyed Saturday evening when daughter Gloria joined us in play-
ing board games Mona had us in stitches during Boggle. We
had so much fun. We had told the girls that when we went shop-
ping we needed to buy the Senior Moments game but of course
we forgot it!
Also, we plan to do some sightseeing we especially want
to see the completed Riverwalk and refurbished Jacksonville
Landing, take a ride on the ferry, drive out to the beach, and per-
haps pay a visit to our Alma Mater, UNF. This university has
grown so much since we graduated in '76, that we probably
won't recognize most of it. We really enjoyed our time there.
We just heard about daughter Joan's latest adventure. She
had told Vicki, "now, don't tell Mama." Her son Don's boss had
bought (unseen probably) on E-Bay- a huge vehicle, for her
catering business, which was north of Indianapolis and asked
Joan and Don to fly up and bring it back. Don refused to fly but
Joan said "yes" of course. So she flew up, picked the truck up
and drove back as far as Frankfurt, Kentucky, where it started
causing problems.
So, Joan called her husband instead of the woman, because
he is quite good in mechanical situations. Jack drove to Ken-
tucky, was unable to repair it, they found a dealership there and
left it. They got back to Atlanta at three in the morning and Jack
left for work at five. Joan said she would not go back for it but
when we talked with her, she said, "Well, she hasn't asked me
yet." So, she probably will. Joan is 67 in November, but don't
ever tell her she can't do something!
Well, here we must close it was nice chatting with you.
We hope your birthday was great, Simon, and thanks to Teenie
for. taking care of Tommy and Smokey. We miss you all and
hope to see you soon. Auf eiedersehn.


10/12/05
Robert Anthony Seago -
D.U.I., Leaving the scene of
accident
10/13/05
Marvin Reshawn House-
Failure to appear
Donald Bruce Jeffery -
Poss. controlled Sub other
than cocaine/marijuana,
Trafficking in controlled
substance
Leah R. Jividen Worth-
less checks
Jermaine Lamar Monlyn
D.W.L.S., revoked or can-
celled
Randall Wayne Ellerbee
Poss. controlled sub other
than cocaine/marijuana, Poss
'drug paraphernalia.
10/14/05
Darryl Charles Bonner -
Battery on law enforcement
off., resisting officer w vio-
lence
Clarence Devon Ross -
Failure to appear
James Lee Alston Poss
cocaine w/intent to sale or
sell, sell of controlled sub-
stance
Joshua Joel Washington
Sell in lieu of control sub-
stance
Edward Wright V.O.P.
(circuit)
Kenneth Barfield -
V.O.. (circuit)
\Jerome Thompson
(Thoinpkins) Failure to. ap-
pear-arraignment
Ricardo Antonio Aikens
SV.O.P. (circuit)
Johnny B. Givens Writ
of bodily attachment
Octavius S. Jefferson -
Failure to appear
Roer Weridell Monlyn -
Sale or sell of cont. subst.
(crack cocaine).
Roger Lee Monlyn Sr. -
Sale of alcoholic bev w/o li-
cense
Willie Lee Jackson -
V.O:P. (circuit)
10/15/05
Seth Micah Strickland -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
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Atkins D.W.L.S. revoked
or canceled, resisting officer
w/o violence, unauthorized
use/poss of DL
10/17/05
Keyata Roberta Jennings
- Lewd battery on a child
Latonia Meshelle Rober-
son V.O.P. (circuit)
Percilla Ann Brinson -
Child abuse
Ethelyn Itina Mcneil -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
Ricky Anderson. Crad-
dock Out of County war-
rant
James Benjamin Ware -
V.O.P. (county)
Deborah Anne Gaines
(Albritton) Domestic vio-
lence/battery
Louis J. Ash D.W.L.S.
revoked or canceled
Steven Patrick Uhlmer -
V.O.P. (circuit)
Joel Robert Bender -
Fleeing or attempt to elude
Dalton Collidge Styles -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
10/18/05
,James Benjamin Ware -
V.O.P. (circuit)
Brenda Carol Prothero -
Poss drug paraphernalia
Robert L. Johnston -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed, poss cocaine
Anthony Hodge Sr. Bat-
tery-touch or strike
Kenneth Ohara Murphy
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
Tosha Lafaye Willis -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
'celed
Jermaine Andre Smith
V.O.P. (circuit)
Naathaniel Allen Gal-
lops V.O.P. (circuit)
Richard Jeremy Ross -
Out of county warrant
10/19/05
Sixto Guadalupe Ro-
driguez Battery of a preg-
nant person
Amanda' Sue Mathis -
Battery on law enforcement
off., petit theft, resisting offi-
cer w/violence


By Walter Branch
1. How many consecutive
years was Ed Sullivan on televi-
sion?
S2. What Elvis Presley hit
did Willie Nelson record with
Leon Russell in 1979?' ,
3. Who did fragile Dr. Don
Blake become by pounding his
walking stick on the ground?
4. What Welsh poet au-
thored "Deaths and Entrances"?
5. What completed the ad
line: "Promise her anything..."?
6. What composer's record
did Winchester smash in the last
episode of "M*A*S*H"?
7. What president raised the
minimum wage 25 cents to
$1.25?
8. Who co-starred with
Woody Allen in the Broadway
rendering of "Play It Again,
Sam"?
9. What black entertainer
shouted "Four more years!" and
hugged Richard Nixon?
10. What European country
defied the U.S. and formally
recognized the People's Repub-
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Held Hostage Underground
Seems like the scariest moments in your life seem to be the
ones that stay fresh on your mind. Well I Remember
When.....once when I was on a caving trip with my friends, I
found myself in a very bad situation.
With every breath I took, the space grew tighter around'me.
The walls of this cavern were becoming tighter closing in about
me as I slipped further down into the crevice. I could hardly
breathe; I was so scared to move for fear that I would slip fur-
ther down.I was being held hostage by the walls of this cavern,
deep underground, rescue would be very difficult, if at all.
My foot had slipped, jammed on the rocks and now I was
caught in a very bad position. I was jammed so that I could not
.get myselffree. How was I going to get out of this cavern?
No.\ if anyone had eter told me that.I would be brave
enough to cra\ I underground. \\alk through caerems hundreds of
,feet below the ground that could only be accessed by small en-
trance holes on the surface. I would have told you no way. nev-
er, not me.
It was not until my mid-thim 's that I was introduced to the
caving sport. I had made friends with a local caving club and
they were inviting me to join them in their outdoor adventures.
For the next ten years of my life I can truly say that I pushed
myself and \ as able to accomplish what I ne er belie\ ed I had
the energy for or ability to do.
From the \ery first cave [entered, I started loving the ex-
ploration. I wore a safety helmet, carried a backpack with me
Sixth \ after. lighting, food and safety gear. Iknew that not every-
,body in the world could be in places where I "\as exploring and
this thrilled me and gave me a sense of what the early explorers
must have thought \ hen they found ne\w land.
Sometimes the temperature changes underground, the ter-
rain is not being so stable, slippery or \ et ill create a very dan-
gerous environment for any experienced caver much less one
that was new to caving exploration. I thought of my self as ex-
perienced because I had been in many caves by that time but
quickly realized a person cannot have enough experience when
it comes to the caving sport. It is not recommended that anyone
go underground who does not have an experienced individual
with them, proper tools and supplies. More importantly let
someone know above ground that you are venturing under-
ground and about what time\you are coming out.
With all the great moments of cave exploration came times
that I would rather not have had happen. Once while exploring
a cavern in a waterfall in South Georgia, I had crawled a long
a\\a into the cavern, walked upright where streambeds flowed
with water through the cavern. I swam through underground
streams. crawled over boulders that looked like building blocks.
Ilooked down into empty-bottomless spaces not know ing where
Sit ended. We had checked the weather before entering the cav-
ern to:make sure it would not run the risk of flooding. The tem-
perature had dropped outside and so it was extremely cold and
damp :inside the cavern. After. several hours of incredibly hard
crawling, squeezing through openings and using every muscle in
my body. I started noticing that I was hurting all over. My arm
strength and leg strength was starting to leave me and I was hav-
ing a miserable time just trying to get back out of the cavern to
the opening. I was experiencing hypothermia \which reduces the
strength in ones body. I was beginning to wonder if I would
make it back out or not. But I pushed and struggled and finally
got myself to the waterfall and the opening of cave only to find
myself so exhausted that I could not pull myself up the wall of
the cavern to get out. Thankfully, miy friends put me on a rope
and helped lift me out of the opening.
Here I was, stuck in this cavern, embarrassed, scared, so
tired and wishing I had not taken this one last trip into a wild'
cave. I realized that this would be my last trip once I finally got
out. Iknew my physical ability was simply not therefore me any-
more.
While experiencing a caving trip with the scouting group
that was exploring a wild caver in Southern Tennessee, while
crawling, walking, -climbing through the difficult openings,
through the cavern, my foot slipped.. My entire body had slipped
down into the crevice and I could notfree myself. For about an
hour everyone struggled to help get me loose from the crevice.
Finally it took one brave soul to go below me and help push my
leg upward.
With a jerk, my leg released, I was pushed upward, took a
good deep breathe and was extremely glad to be free of the
crevice that was holding me hostage. I thanked God I was free.
I realized that my days of the caving sport had ended for me,
but I did have several years of some of the best underground
cave exploration trips that anyone could have ever imagined. I
had pushed myself to accomplish something that the average cit-
izen does not do. I had been in some of the most beautiful rooms
underground ever to be seen by man. I have great memories and
stories to share of my caving experiences that will last a lifetime.
I Remember When......I tell my grandkids, "Nanna Net" -
went Caving!


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Friday, October 21, 2005


SHappy 77'" Birthd'ay, "Honey"
S Fa our is deceitful and beatut is \amn. but a
omnian that feareh the Lord, he shall be praised.
Gie her of the fruit of her hands; and let her o, n
%vorks praise her in the gates.'" Pro.erbs 31: 0-31.
Mar 1 H.ill celebrated her 77th burthdaN on
October 16th. Throughout the \ears. she has
.learned ho" to lean and depend on Jesus. \With all
-her prainmg and hard %ork. she manage to raise 12
kids and to this daI she has a total of 31 grandkids
and an outstanding number of 6( great grandkids
B \ho are all Ih ing among her. Mlama. Grandina.
and Great Grandma. \e loee ou and keep pran s i .
)olur strength in the lord.
From the entire famnll. e ;-
sle are l\giing ou eour flowers \ while \eL li\-
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Madison County Hospital and Four Freedoms Health Clinic would like to welcome
(Greenville) native, officially joined the practice in early August. Her employment came after
FOUR FREEDOMS HEALTH SERVICES WELCOMES ELIZABETH FULFORD, ARNP

















receipt of her Master's in Nursing at Florida State Fre.University, where she completed the familycome

nurse practitioner track. Beth has been serving Madison County as a nurse for oyer 12 years,
mostly through hospice.
Outside of her profession, Beth's favorite or "best" thing is her family. She has three
children: Jacob (13), Aaron (12) and Katie (7). She is the daughter of Billy and Georgia
Braswell of Greenville, and the sister of Red and Kenny. When asked about her family, she just
smiles and says; "Theymake me happy."
A welcome reception will be held Friday, October 28, 2005 at Four Freedoms. Health
Services from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Refreshments will be
served. Please come by and say hello.


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Meet With Gov. Bushy


Tim Ressler Executive Di-
rector of Personnel Develop-
ment Services also known as
ARC Madison Jefferson Inc.
writes; "PDS was honored to be
chosen to represent a successful
rural employment initiative at,
the Business Leadership Net-
work Kick-off event Tuesday
morning at Tallahassee Com-
munity College. There was a
large attendance-of civic lead-
ers and businesses leaders ithh
Governor Bush as the ke\ note
speaker. Ressler spoke of the
wonderful success stories in
Madison County "ith local
businesses: working with PDS
to offer employment opportuni-
ties and hiring indi% iduals that
happen to have a disability, giv-
ing them a chance to become
gainfull employ ed productive
wage earners and tax payers.
Dawn Phillips. owner of
Dawn's Kinder Academy,
Lavenia Carter, of Lee, and
Karen Pennington, PDS Em-
'ployment Specialist were all
part of the program and seen
here being acknowledged by
Governor Bush.
"The local Florida Busi-
ness- Leadership Networks
(BLN) are part of the statewide
BLN, organized by The Able
Trust. Funded by the Florida
Developmental Disabilities
Council, Inc., local BLNs are
dedicated to promoting the em-


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Gov. Jeb Bush. left. is pictured with PDS client Laienia
Carter and her employer. Daw n Phillips.


ployment of qualified .workers
who have disabilities and as-
sisting businesses and organiza-
tions in the recruitment, hiring,
training and retaining of people
with disabilities. Local BLNs
also'assist businesses in diversi-
f) ing their customer base to in-


dude the estimated 2.2 million
Floridians with disabilities."
To learn more about jobs
for people \'ith disabilities.
please contact PDS Employ-
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Amber Denise Thompkins
Amber Denise
Thompkins will be
turning one year old on
* October 23, 2005. She
.will be sharing this oc-
casion with her mother
and grandparents 'and
S others. Amber Denise
Thompkins is the
proud daughter of La-
Toya Thompkins and
the grand-daughter of
FLester Sr. and Rutha
Thomplins and she hasnthree uncles.
We wish Amber Denise Thompkins a very happy
birthday. We love you.







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IISoik "Sedd 14 OV
Alvin Jason "Bobby"
Sessions, age 72, died Mon-
day, October 17, 2005 in
Madison.
: Funeral services were held'
2:30 p.m. Wednesday, October
19, 2005, at Midway Baptist
Church, Lee, with burial fol-
lowing at Midway Cemetery.
The family received friends
Tuesday, October 18, from 6-8
p.m. at the funeral home.
He was born in Live Oak
and moved to Madison where
he lived most of his life. He
a\.as a Chsriian and member of
Midway Baptist Church He
\ as a veterann of the Korean
War.
He is surxi\ed by his wife.
Jovce T. Sessions of Madison:
one son. Anthon\ J. Sessions
of Madison; one daughter.
Karen Williams of Valdosia.
GA; one step-son. Spencer D.
Provan of Lake Placid: one
step-daughter. Lin Hicks bf
Lakeland: file grandchildren.
And\ Prolan. Benjamin
Pro~an, Justin Hicks. Garrett
Hicks, and Austin Hicks.


Colman King, age 77,
died Wednesday October 12,
2005, in Madison.
Graveside services were
held Friday, October 14, 2005,
at Harmony Cemetery, Madi-
son.
He was born in Madison,
where he lived all his life. He
was a Christian and a member
of St. Johns' Baptist Church
and was a Church greeter. He
loved to cook and eat.
He is survived by one
brother, Clyde King of
Green ille: three staters Alma
Seago of Green ille. Lucile
Ames of Timberlake. NC. and
E\elNyn King of Cherr\ Lake:
and man. nieces and nephews.
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Community


Calender
October 25
A.A. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 12:00 noon at the St.
Vincent DePaul "Social Hall" located, at N.W. Meeting Ave. in
Madison.
October 27
Divorce and Dating Support Group, sponsored, by Positive
Christian Singles, meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Valdosta
Library on Woodrow Wilson Drive. All single, separated and di'-
vorced persons are invited. For more information, call 229-242-
3797.
October 27
NFCC Artist Series presents CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF
NPRTHWEST FLORIDA"Seasons & Serenades" at the Van H.
Priest Auditorium (NFCC Campus, Madison, Fla.) at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets available now for adults $11 /$6 children & NFCC stu-
dents. Contact (850) 973-1653 or ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu for more
information.
'October 28
Singles Dance Partl. hosted b- Positive Christian Singles.
e\erN Frida. at 8:30 p.m. at 16510 Ri\er Street 1/4 mile east of
Sam's Clubi. Valdosta. DJ plays countrN. oldies and rock and there
are also dance miners and karaoke. For more information, call 229-
242-3797.
October 29
There will be a fall festival at First Baptist Church at 6 p.m.
There \ ill be games. trick or treat, food and lots of fun. A black
light puppet show is at 7:45 p.m. For more information. call 973-
28S7.
October 29
The Tahlor Coastal Communitues Association is sponsoring A
Da\ of Family Fun and Entertainment On The Beach. At Keaton
Beach. There % ill be the 2nd Annual Volleyball Tournament. Fall
Beach Blast "For The Kids" and the 4th Annual Sunset Dance &
Beach Party Call 850-578-2582 or 850-578-2484 for more infor-
marion.


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1412 E. Base St. Madison, Florida
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On behalf of our loving Mother we would like to express,
our gratitude to the staffs of Madison Nursing Center and Madi-
son memorial Hospital for the love and care that our Mother re-
ceived during the last few months of her life. We would als like
to express our gratitude for all of those \ ho sent food, flowers,
bibles, cards, and memorials on behalf of our Mother. We also
truly appreciate all the thoughts and prayers ihat our family has
received during this most difficult time. May God continue to.
bless your family as well as ours.
Mildred Guess Family
S Marie and Wilbur Selph
Bernice Bodenstein
Jo Wesson
Harrison and Glenda Guess-
Gene and Romona Guess



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To Benefit The Tallahassee Senior Center


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MADISON COUNTY UNITED WAY


Friday, October 21, 2005


$545 Raised By Waiting Tables



At Ken's Bar-B-Que


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Ken's Bar-B-Que is the host of "Celebrity Waiters" each year for the Madison Count.y
United Way. Last week was no different as businessmen and women turned out to wait ta-
bles for the United Way. The Ken's Bar-B-Que staff is pictured above (left to right):
Frenchie Turner, Rufus Washington, Debbie Higginbotham. Greg Stanford, Courtney Hig-
ginbotham, Dustin Andrews, andBobbie Swit zer. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ener-
ald Kinsley, October 12, 2005)
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By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Ken's Bar-B-Q once again stepped up to
the plate for the local Madison County United
Way and allowed "celebrity waiters" to come
"work," with all tips and donations going
straight into the United Way account.
On Wednesday, October 12, from 4:00-
9:00 p.m., Bar-B-Q eaters saw a different group
of waiters and waitresses waiting tables, busing
tables and pouring tea. Among the United Way
"celebrity waiters" were Emerald Kinsley,
Stephen Pike, Ann Sapp, Mary Frances
'Mauldin, Jackie Johnson, Sharon Shadrick, and
Susan McGrath. These servers took orders and


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working g hard to raise money for the United \Way are (left to right I: Jackie Johnson. Su-
san Proctor McGrath. Mary Frances Mauldin. and Emerald Kinsley. EGreene Publishing.
Inc. Photo by Paul Kinsle3, October 12, 2005)


brought food to the tables under the watchful
eN es of regular employees. Ken's Bar-B-Q din-
ers were also treated with many different kinds
of desserts and sweets, following their meal.
With rips and donations for the evening to-
taling $545, this was another step closer to the
Madison County goal of $75,000..,
The United Way would like to extend a
special thank you to Bill Brown, owner of
Ken's Bar-B-Que, for his continued support of
the United Way and for the many years he has
allowed the United Way to "wait tables" at his
restaurant. Special thanks also go to the em-
ployees at Ken's, for their good humor, and pa-
tience with all the "free help."


H ears About


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By Mike Moore,
Greene Publishing, Inc. i
About 70 people gath-
ered at the United Methodist
Co-operative NMinistries'
building, Wednesday, Octo-
ber 12, for the 55 Plus Club
lunch and meeting. The
group heard from some of
those involved in the current
United Way. campaign.




Three friends help out in the kitchen during the lunch.
Left to right, are Lib Smith. Glendyle Littleton, and Louise'
Strickland. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore,
October 12, 2005)


United Way chairperson
Ann Sapp speaks to the 55
Plus group about helping
with this year's campaign.
(Greene, Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Mike Moore, Octo-
ber 12, 2005)
Ann Sapp, of Wachovia
Bank, spoke to the seniors.
She is the 2005 chairperson
for Madison County's Unit-
ed Way effort. Sapp remind-
ed those present that this
year's theme is "Helping Us
Help Others."
Tony Hughey also
shared his thoughts about
United Way and the work it
does. He is on the commit-
tee charged with distribut-
ing the money raised in the
county.
The 2004 goal was
$65,000, with $76,716 actu-


Senior citizens gather for the meal and program. Left to
right, are Margaret Pulliam, Leon Strickland and Barbara
Campbell. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore,
October 12, 2005)
ally raised. The 2005 goal is
$75,000. Also speaking was
Roger gGuidinger of Tr-
County Foster Care, a, Unit-
ed Way agency.
Hanson United
Methodist Church provided
the fo6d for the lunch,
Next month's meeting is
on November 9. Madison
County Sheriff Pete Bucher
and Madison Police Chief
Rick Dgvis will speak.
Their topics will include Frances Sanders takes
identity theft and home pro- part in the activities of the
tection, : group.


Supporting the United Way by waiting tables at Ken's Bar-B-Q recently were (left to
right): Ann Sapp, Sharon Shadrick, and Stephen Pike. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Kinsley, October 12, 2005)

MadisonCouty2004OAtSco


The Money Donated In Madison County STAYS in Madison County
6.382 citizens of Madison 10 citizens were served b\ Total Madison Coui
County were served by the Ability 1st. Citizens Served: .13,237
American Red Cross.
4,334 families were
served by Second Harvest of
the Big Bend.
84 Madison youth boys.
were served while in the Boy.
Scouts of America.
11 Madison patients and -
families were served by the
Big.Bend Hospice. ,
53 citizens were served by
the Brehon Institute for Fami-
ly Services.
196 citizens were served call G tt r H!
by the Refuge House. The irst. e est. he
159 citizens of Madison Te irt. he Be. The 1.
County called 2-1-1 Big Bend. Gutter Protection System In The Word
15 Girl Scouts were $ I .
served in Madison County.
176, seniors in Madison
were served by Elder Care
Services.
'3 were served by Kids In- j .ttI H lt
corporate of the Big Bend. -
1 youth is mentored by ', U I G" "
Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
160 citizens were served
by the Fellowship of Christian I I
Athletes. II
: 310seniors were served
by the Senior Citizens Council
of Madison.
465 citizens were served
by Area Management Coali-
tion for School.Readiness, Inc.
878 citizens were served
by Big Bend Cares. l


United Way....caflA
at 973 870OS.O o
dop your check : h itby
Wachovia Bank, in Madi sn;


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CHURCH


Friday, October 21, 2005


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Pne Grove Bapist Churc Celebrates Homecoming on October Z3


The Pine Grove Baptist
Church, founded in October
of 1856, will observe its an-
nual homecoming on Sunday,
October 23. Guest speaker
will be Richard Brown, ac-
claimed basketball coach,
public speaker, and Southern
Baptist Sunday school
teacher. Inducted into the
Florida Community College
Activities Association Hall of
Fame in August of 2005,
Brown has been named
Coach of the Year in high


schools and community col-
leges in Florida and Alaba-
ma. He coached men's bas-
ketball at NFCC from 1965
to 1972. He was named Flori-
da Junior College Coach of
the Year in 1965, which hon-,
or was repeated in 1990 when
he was selected as Alabama
Junior College Coach of the
Year. He currently lives in
Evergreen, Alabama, and is
active as a public motivation-
al speaker and humorist
throughout the region.


Faith Boptist Holds Fall Festival

There will be a fall festival at First Baptist Church A black light puppet show will be held at 7:45 p.in.
ait 6 p.m. on October 29, 2005. Faith Baptist Church is located on Hwy 90 East in
There will be games, trunk or treat. food and lots of Madison.
fun. For more information, call 973-2887.




Happenings At





Madison First Baptist


Music Director is Carol
Herring, and pianist is
Thomasina Oliver. Special
music for the day will be
provided by Jay Hicks, mu-
sic teacher at the Madison
Central School, gifted musi-
cian, composer, and church
music director.
The homecoming pro-
gram will be dedicated to
long time members and
workers in Pine Grove Bap-
tist Church, Ed and Lorena
Kelley. The couple was mar-
ried in the old church build-
ing fifty-one years ago in
August, and has been active
in many capacities ever


since.
Plans will be announced
at this year's homecoming
for a year-long celebration of
the church's upcoming
sesquicentennial anniversary
in 2006, beginning with spe-
cial programs in January and
each succeeding month until
October.
The Pine Grove Baptist
Church is located at 4084
Rocky Ford Road, four miles
north of Madison. The pas-
tor is Phil Heard, who has
announced his retirement at
.the end of this year, follow-
ing sixteen years of service
to the church.


By Nell Dobbs
What a great way to end
Sunday services! Sweet little
Cassie Davis and sweet little
Hanna Zimmerly came for-
ward to join church and told
how they came to know the
Lord! Jordan Robinson,
Joshua Collins and Kaylene
Johnson joined in morning
service. We are to tell others
about Jesus, as we realize the
truth of Dorothy Knitter's
song she sang in night service,
"Without Him I Could Do
Nothing, Without Him I'd
Surely Fail, With Out Him I'd
Surely Be Lost."
Edith Davis on Sunday
placed beautiful flowers in
church.
Debbie Bass sang "As the
Deer Panteth;" Chancel Choir
sang "You're Always There"
and David Fries sang the
hymn of Commitment. I
missed the service because our
Sara Dene, Bobby, Rob and
Rhett were home for week-
end and she wished to go to
Pine Grove so their boys could
know where Dad and she (and
later Jesse) were saved,
learned Books of the Bible,
had Sword Drill, played piano
(at thirteen) to' give Mrs.
Thomasina Oliver a break; ap-
preciated everyone, loved
everyone, was blessed by
everyone, where her Dad was

Phoe om


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"Now godliness with coi-
tentment is great gain. For we
brought nothing into this
world, and it is certain we can
carry nothing out. And having.
food and clothing, with these
we shall be content. But those
who desire to be rich fall into
temptation and a snare, and
into many foolish and harmful
lusts which drown men in de-
struction and perdition. For the
love of money is a root of all
kinds of evil, for which some
have strayed from the faith in
their greediness, and pierced
themselves through with many
sorrows." 1 Timothy 6:6-10
When you consider what
you need in life, it's very sim-
ple. You require food and shel-
ter. Beyond that, you just have
"stuff." However, some men
are so full of avarice, they
can't have enough "stuff."
They will do anything to get it,
including disregarding their
fellow human beings.
At the end of their lives,
they will leave as they came in
- with nothing none of the
stuff they so eager;y acquired.
Keeping things simple
will keep you from sinning.
(c) 2005 DBR Media, Inc.


Kathleen Kinsey slowly but
surely mending from knee
surgery; for Tom Fico mend-
ing but fatigued; for Martha
Davis, for Linton Willis in
Thomasville Hospital; Tom
Shannon and all others.-
We've missed the Hol-
brooks as Preacher Philip is
now Pastor at Elizabeth.
Some from our church will at-
tend, Saturday evening in a
special service and Choir Or-
chestra will make music.
Monday, the 17th, 4- 8:20
there was an Associational
Annual Meeting at St. Johns.


ordained a preacher. Lil 'Jess
and I joined them. She talks
of her experience of "Second
Chances" she's been given,
that others have been given
and that was what Preacher
Heard's message was being
given a second chance and
also giving second chances -
so true.
What a great surprise 90th
birthday celebration Saturday
afternoon for a very remark-
able, loving, giving Glen Bak-
er at Grace manor with so
many in attendance.
Continue praying for


Sunday Schoo


Sunday Night 6:00 p.m.
Pastor George Slinson i nites you to come and enjoy God's Blessings.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830)
Horry at Rutledge St.. Phone .9736295
Rev. Lee Monroe Feroon, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson. Youth Pastor
.lim Catron, L.ay Ieader
Service of Word & Table 8:30 a.in.
Sunday School....;.,........, 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:00 p.lm.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
Women's Meeting & Luncl (tst Monday)....................12:00 Noon
Sunday II AM Service Now On WMAF 1230 AM
Everyone is welcome to all events!


Tuesday at 10 Sr. Adult Choir
sang at lake Park where we
have several members and 4 -
7:20 the Associational Annual
meeting was held at Corer-
stone Baptist. Wednesday af-
ternoon so many activities go-
ing on 107 in Awana last
week and we give thanks.
"Judgment house" begins to-
day Friday the 21st at 7 p.m.
May the Lord bless us one
and all and help us "trust and
obey", for there's no other
way to be happy in Jesus but
to trust and obey!
Amen.


A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America
1200 North .;l.ialnioln i:. 973-2692
SRv. John Hopwood
Sunday School For All Ages 9:45 a.n.
Sunday MoIrning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Study 6:00) p.m.
Youth Groups Ist 12th Grades 6:30 p.m.
Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast 7:00 a.m.
Come Worship And Serve With Us
GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
1365 SW Main St Greenville; IL,
948-2353
Sunday School For All Ages 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:0(0a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Pre-school. Students. Adults Choir Rehearsals ......5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Pre-school .Children,
Youth & Adult Bible Studies 7:00 p.m.
First Sunday every month Men's Breakfast 8:1)0 p.m.
ALL INVITED-
LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Caron Harm -
Lee Florida Corner of 255 & 90
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship I1:00 a.m,
Wed Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Wed. Children / Youth Activities 7:00 p.m.
Wed. Adult Choir 8:00 p.m.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Hwy. 255 South. Lee, Florida 971-5585
Richard Quackenbush, Pastor
Morning Worship
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Youth Cimrou


9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.n.
6:30 p.m.


United Methodist Women
Monday after 1st Sunday 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast
Second Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
"'Contnecting The Comnmunity With Christ"

MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH


Cmlnndl, vc.hnn.l


303 Range St., Madison. FL.
(352) 361-30)55
Pastor Daniel Riggs


* r-achin.I
Sunday Evening
Wednesday Service
"Ire To fla ve You Conie And Visit Us.


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


Tickets available at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center Box Office,
online at www.licketmaster.com or charge by phone 800-322-3602.
For more information or advance group reservations,
call 888-217-0301 or www.Gaither.com.


771 NE Colin, Kelly Hwy, Madison, FL.
P.O. Box 586 Madison, FL 32341
973-6307
Rev. Doyle Glass, Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship
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MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
"A Friendly Church"
Cherry lake, FL
850.929-4355
Rev. Johnnic Merrick, Pastor
Suindy School
Pastoral Sunday ist & 3rd Sunday
Youth ihiurch r.2nd Sunday
Mission/Laymen 4th Sunday
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHU


3 Miles West Of Greenville, FL. Hwy 90
Sanmel lBass, Sr., Pastor
day Schorl


Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Wednesday: Night Service
"And when the dlay of Pentecost wasfully come
they were all with one accord in one place."Acts
Everyone is always welcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHUR<


108 N. Horry St., 973-8338
The Rev. lien Pfeil Vicar
Joe loyles Senior Warden
Sunday Church School


Sunday Holy lncnarlsit
Mission Board 2nd Sunday
Episcopal Church Women 3rd Sunday
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
RQMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sunmer St., 973-2428
Rev. Ernest Sylvestr", OMI
Sunday
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Mass
Thursday y Mass
Saturday Mass

First Baptist Church of Madis
112 SW Meeting Ave., Madison, Fl 850-973-2547
Pastor Clyde Larrabee
Sunday School 9:4
Morning Worship 11:(
Sunday Evening Worship 6:0
AWANA Wednesday Nights 5:3
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:3


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BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
1505 East Base St., Madison ,... 32340
r Phone 973-2887
Pastor Rusty Bryan
Music Director Minnie Lee Newborn
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Church'lTraining 6:00 p.lm.
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7-8:00 p.m,
Family Night Supper, 1st Wednesday 6-7:00 p.mn.
Puppet Ministry, Sunday 6:00 p.m.
GROW Visitation, Monday 6:30 p.m.
Baptidt Men, Baptist Women, Music, Youth Children,
and Fun After Fifty programs available
"Where Love Has No Limis"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve McHargue. Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music director
Jackie Watts. Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-3266
Morning Worship 8:30a.m. & 11:0() amn.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
'"4 Family of rattles" "'arteporary, Wors/h"
ff&/ilere.sed in a homee grmup, teall" 8.-.-.i26d
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1113 SE Pinckney St., Madison Fl. 32340
Pastor George Stinson


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Friday, October 21, 2005


Sign-up 9:00 am
4 Person Teams
Pick-up Tournament
"No Need To Have A Team Just Show Up & Play"
Entry Fee $7.50,Per Player
(must be 18 years or older).
T-Shirts & Prizes
Prizes Awarded For 1st & 2nd'Place Teams
'850-578-2582 or 850-578-2484
FALL BEACH BLAST
"For The Kids"
1 :00 pm to 4:00 pm
"FREE"
Costume Contest
Fun, Games, Prizes
For Childrenl 12years & under
Goodie Bags, Face Painting. \ater Balloons,
Contests


Taylor Coastal Communities Association Will hold Volleyball Tourna ument


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don't ha\e a team then this is a
the game for you. All you
have to do is show up and sign tii
up! Teams will be picked the cl
day of the tournament. The th
cost is $7.50 per player. The SI
only requirement 'iYiha all ho
players must be 18 years df'L' '
older. All players will receive m
a "free" T-shirt and bottle wa-
ter, plus there will be dra % i ngs r
for' free give-a-wa.s during
the tournament. The first
place .team will receive tro-
phies and T-shirts, and the sec-
ond place team will receive T-
shirts and a prize. :
You sure don't want to
miss the Sunset Dance. which
begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at I
10:00 p.m. This is an event
for the whole family and ad-
mission is free. Come listen to
the sounds of Taylor Count\ s
own DJ Eldon Sadler or take a
try at some Karaoke. Come
dance the night away as the I
tikki torches light the beach
for an evening of fun. food
and music Oh The Beach at
Keaton Beach.
The Taylor Coastal Com- *
munities Association was
original\ founded in 1999 as
the Keaton Beach Business
Association because there \as S
a .need for this area of the I
coast to be recognized by the i1


4th Annual
SUNSET DANCE & BEACH PARTY
FREE ADMISSION;
Drawings, Refreshments &
Fur For The Whole Family
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Take A Chance On A Raffle -
$100.00 Grand Prize
Must be present to tvini!

C ome Dance The Night Away As
Tikki Torches Light The Beach
Dance. Sing or lust Relax
Featuring D.I. Eldon Sadler's NMusic & .Karaoke

Sponsored by:
STaylor Coastal Communities Association
850-578-2582 or 850-578-248-1


Taylor Coastal Communi- along with its Annual Sunset
ties Association will be hold- Dance and Beach Party on
ing a Volleyball Tournament Saturday, October 29, 2005


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HOOK-UPS: Water -Sewer
Cable TV. Bathhouse
Boat Ramp and Dockage


I On The Beach at Keaton
D Beach. If you'ree looking for a
day of fun. Keaton Beach is
\\here you'll ant to be!
Sign-ups for the Volley-
leams ball Tournament begin at 9:00
a.m. If' ou love ro pla),"'bti'f'

in LRI Park

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On The Gulf of Mexico
850-578-2484
Lynn Aibejens Owner laibejeris@gtcom.net
Spyridon Aibejeris Manager


HUNT, FISH & LIVE IN TAYLOR COUNTY
CEDAR ISLAND -This 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home on the canal at Cedar Island awaits a family with
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EZELL BEACH Priced night' This cottage home offers beautiful Gulf views. It's location and price
are definitely one of a kind. Where else can you get a house with unobstructed Gulf views for under
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BRANCH ESTATES Two Half-Acre Lots on Jody Morgan Road less than a half-mile from the
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PRIME COASTAL PROPERTY FOR INVESTMENT BUILDER This is an amazing piece of prop-
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CEDAR ISLAND Catch your fish and clean them quick at your own fish cleaning station on the
canal. This 3BR /2BA Oedar Island home with a covered porch has a beautiful interior and a great
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KEATON BEACH This home with exquisite interior and fabulous unobstructed views of the Gulf
and nearby Cedar Island. Amenities include additional storage at ground level, covered parking
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county for what it had to of-
r. Since then, it has grown
om a small group of business
owners to include concerned
immunityy members who are
king an interest in the
)astal area. The\ are a non-.
rofit association whose goal
to promote awareness of the
rea and to provide positive
activities for the community
nd visitors to their area.
Some of the other acti\ i-
es held by the AssociatLon in-
ude Santa B\ Airboat and in
ie spring the annual Easter
eagull Egg Hunt. Besides
oldinOl annual 'eentsL ri h.-,
ers also attend Count\ CBim-
iission meetings as well as


Building and Planning meet-
ings to keep informed on what
may affect the coastal area and
it's residents
All residents of the Ta lor
County Coast and outlying ar-
eas are invited to join. Nleet-
ings are held the second Tues-
day of each month at 7:00
p.m. at the District Building
located at 18820 Beach Road.
Annual dues are $10.00 per
person and include a personal-
ized T-shirt.
For more information you
can e-mail keatonC@keaton-
beach.org or write the Taylor
Coastal Communiies Associ-
ation. P.O. Box ,9'Uerrey. Fl
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