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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Creation Date: October 28, 2005
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    Section B: Community
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    Section B: Community: School
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    Section B: Community continued
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    Section B: Community: Classifieds
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    Section B: Community: Legals
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    Section A: Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
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    Section A: Main: Around Madison County
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Remember To Set Your
Clocks Back One Hour
Before Going
To Bed On Saturday Night


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Page 4A


Halloween

Safety
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Lee VFD Hosts

Haunted House
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lee Volunteer Fire
Department will host its annu-
al Beverly Odom Haunted
House on Saturday, October
29, beginning at dark.
The haunted house %%as
named in honor of Be\erl\
Odom, widow of Joe Odom.
who started the haunted house
for children several years ago.
The haunted house is lo-
cated at 205 Seaboard Street.
next to the railroad tracks in
Lee.

MPD Hosts

Downtown

Halloween
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The, Madison Police De-
partment, in an effort to make
-Halloween a safer holiday for
children. is once again hosting
its annual downtown Hal-
loween event on Monday
erening. October 31, from
5:30-7:30-. -.-- -.-
According to In\. Nathan
Curtis. this e\ent is open to
children. 13 and under, that'are
in costume.
Please See Downtown Hal-
loween, Page 2A

Post Office

To Host

Decorating

Contest
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Post Office
is hosting its annual pumpkin-
decoratmng contest on Satur-
day. October 29. from -2 p.m.
The contest is open to children
8-12 years old. Parental guid-
ance is required.
Bring your o%\n uncarned
pumpkin to decorate at the
Please See Contest. Page 2A

Sat 70/45
Aoundanl sun-hlre Hh In ihe
-oW 70s and 1o- ir. Ihe mid 40.
Sun 73/50
10/30
Sunenlne -ln igs in ih- low 70s
and Iows in inee low 505
Mon 79/54 -
10131 41 ;w
1hainly sunr. Highs in the upper
70s end lows in Ir.e mna 50O
Tue 1/ 59 a
Plenty of sun Hlgnh In Ine low 80S
and lows in Mn. uoper 50s
Wed 7
11/2'
Occasional snowers DOSsibl5e
Highas n the upper 70. end lows In
the mid SO.


Index


Around Madison County
Church
Classifieds
Community Calendar
Farm/Outdoors
Halloween Safety
Jail Report
Lega u
Obituaries
School
United Way
Viewpoints & Opinions


4-8A
9A
8B
5A
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10A
3A

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4B
6A
2-3A


Pizza Hut Robbed At Gunpoint


B\ Jacob Bembry'
Green Publistling. /in.
Employees at Pizza Hut
\tere held up at gunpoint and


an undisclosed amount of cash
tas taken Tueda% evening.
October 25.
According to a Mladisoi


Police Department report, an
unknown black male held a
handgun on the employees and
demanded money .


Firefighter Bruce Jordan arrives on the scene and runs a hose towards the early morning trail-
er fire. Tiffany Miller, the occupant of the mobile home, escaped the fire without any injuries.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo b3 Emerald Kinsle%. October 27, 2005)



Blaze Destroys Mobile Home


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A mobile home in Big Oak
Trailer Park, located on 'Hieh\ja\
53 South. as desrro\ ed by fire ear-
ly Thursday monung. October 27.
According to a Madison Fire
and Rescue report, the fire depart-


ment was dispatched to the scene at
approximately 4:13 a.m. and ar-
rived at 4:21 a.m.
The occupant of the trailer,
Tiffani Miller. u as able to escape
the trailer. Jimnue Ragans is the
owner of the mobile home.
Fire Chief Alfred Martin said


the fire was started accidentally,
-\hen the heating unit in the mobile
home shorted out.
For information on ho" \ou
cjn help Miller. please contact
Son\ a Webb. of the Amencan Red
Cross, it Madison Coun t)High
School at 973-5061.


Madison County United Way


At 30 Percent Of Goal
Ann Sapp, this year's Uinited Wa; y
campaign chairman, far left. stands
with, left to right: Jim Sale, Ernestine
Kinsey, Ramona Guess, Stephen Pike
and Gladnel Cherry in front of the life-
saver showing the total raised by the
campaign so far.
A leadership dinner is planned for
Tuesday, Noember 1, at the .home of
Bart and Catherine Cassidy. The prime
rib dinner %%ill be prepared by Jack and
Melissa Proctor.
There is money that has been raised
by the United WV'ay that 'is still.being
counted. :
NMoney donated to the United Way
in NMadison Count remains in Madison'
County. For more information on the
United 'Way, please see page 6A.
(Greene Publishing, tInc. : Pioto by
Emerald Kinsley, October 25, 2005)


School Board Approves Personnel Changes


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County School Board approved a
number of personnel changes at its Tuesday, Octo-
ber 18, meeting.
The school board approved an administrative
transfer for Cheryl James, who will now operate un-
der the title County Grants and Grants Management.
-Latisha Williams \\as recommended as a
teacher at Greenville Elementan School.
William nitman's transfer as a teacher from
Madison County.Excel School to Madison County
Central School was approved.
The board accepted the resignations of teachers
Adriane Reddick, Karen Darby Monlyn, and Bar-


bara Miller. Reddick and Monlyn had worked at the
Central School. Miller had taught at Excel School.
Lillian McGee was appro\ ed as the CSR Com-
munity Outreach Coordinator for the Excel School.
Carolina Carrasco was approved as the bilin-
gual paraprofessional at the Central School.
Requests for leave were granted to Dennett
Cruce, a bus driver, and Mary Smith, a lunchroom
worker,
A number, of substitute teachers % cre added, as
were people to work in the Extended.Day Program.
Mariann Hutto, Ruth Richardson, Vickie Sher-
rard and Deborah Henry's participation in the Flori-
da Deferred Retirement Option Program (DROP)
was recognized.


The suspect fled the scene.
In\. Ben Ebberson said that
the\ did not have any more in-
formation on the suspect.


If \ou haxe information
on this crime, or the suspect,
please call the Madison Police
Department at 973-5077.


Suspect In Madison

Burglaries Arrested

In Gadsden County
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A man, who was a suspect in a string of burglaries
in Madison County,
was arrested in Gads-
den County on NMon-
day. October 24.
Lindale Deivayne
Lee is a former preach-
er, who reportedly
committed the burglar-
ies to feed his cocaine
habit.
I According .to the
Gadsden County Sher-
iff's Department, Lee
was arrested after e a
\oman found a safe in Lindale Dewrayne Lee
a a wooded area. When deputies arrived on the scene.
they found a van and Lee, \Cho \%as nearby. Lee at-
tempted to flee, but couldn't get far.
Gadsden County Sheriff's In\. Shelton Turner re-
ported that Lee was carrying a large sum of mone' in an
old pant leg. making him go slo" er and more easy to
track dox\ n.
SGadsden County authorities said that Lee has ad-
mitted to robbing several churches. and the% believe
be's also responsible for other church burglaries in that
, county.
Madison Police Department Chief Rick Da\ is said
Please See Suspect Arrested. Page 2A

Tractor Purchased For School

Board Maintenance Crew
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County School Board approved the
purchase of a New Holland TC40A tractor % ith a front
loader and forks at its TuesdaN. October 18. board meet-
ing.
Gordon Tractor had the % inning bid. Gordon's bid
%\as $23.000. The only other competititxe bid, which
met specifications. came from Nashville Tractor. Inc.
De\VWane O'Quinn. maintenance director for the
School Board, indicated that the equipment % as needed
because of a need to sometimes lift items in excess of
700 pounds. Hea\ y pallets also had to be lifted.
Please See Tractor, Page 2A




M ,ysrt :U6woClDs


A real mystery unfolds just in time for Hal-
loween. While columnist Lanette Hill was out taking
Halloween decoration photos, she came across this
tombstone at a house, located on Bunker and Range
Streets, behind Farmer's Furniture. The owners of
the home said that they had found the, tombstone in
their yard and had decided to use it for a Halloween
decoration. If anyone knows if this is a real tomb-
stone, please email jacob@greenepublishing.com
with the details.


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Cattleman's Association Hosts Annual Banquet


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Cat-
tleman's Association held its
annual banquet on Thursday,
October 20, at the Madison
County Extension Office.
A delicious dinner of t-


bone steak with all the trim-
mings was served to guests.
Bern Smith, from the Farm
Service Agency, was one of
the guest speakers.
Guest speakers from the
Southern Cattle Company, in
Marianna, spoke of cattle auc-


tions and what cattlemen
should expect from sales of
their livestock.
Jeffery Corie was elected
the new president of the Cat-
tleman's Association. Clint
Rogers was voted in as vice-
president. Philip Hackle will


serve as secretary/treasurer of
the Association. Eddie Curl
will serve as the Association's
state director. Jeffery Cone-
will be the alternate state di-
rector. Kevin Campbell will
serve as education chairman
and Joe Peavy will, serve as


membership chairman.
Members of the Board of
Directors, whose terms expire
in 2006, include Rick Iott,
Daniel Douglas and Opie
Peavy.
Members of the Board of
Directors, whose terms expire


in 2007, include Ab
Townsend, Willie Agner, Jr.
and Dale Gipson.
Members of the Board of
Directors. whose terms expire
in 2008, include Blair Beaty,
Jack McLeod and Jerry
Bland.


Pictured above, left to right, are the new officers for the 2006 Cattleman's Association.
Jack McLeod, new candidate for Board of Directors; Secretary/Treasurer Phillip Hackle;
State Director Eddie Curl; Rick Iott, Board of Directors; Ab Townsend, Board of Directors;
and new President Jeffery Cone. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Carl Painter, October
20, 2005)


Guests at the recent Cattleman's Association banquet enjoyed a delicious i-bone dinner.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo bC Carl Painter, October 20. 2005


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Eddie Curl. left. speaks with net Cattleman's Association President Jeffery Cone, right.
(Greene Publihsing, Inc. Photo by Carl Painter, October 20, 2005)


Bern Smith, from the Farm Service Agency, addressed the Cattleman's Association.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Carl Painter, October 20, 2005)


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Caviar, the delicacy of
kings, princes and com-
missars, conjures up im--
ages of the rich and fa-
mous as they eat this fish
egg delicacy on crackers
or crepes.
However, a single Gulf
sturgeon'egg means some-
thing entirely different to
biologists who have found
evidence that the fish may
be spawning in the Withla-
coochee River.
"We put egg collection
mats on the river bottom to
collect the adhesive eggs,"
said Eric Nagid, a biolo-
gist with the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's (F\\C) Di-
vision Freshwater Fish-
eries in Gainesville.
FWC biologists and


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searcher Darryl Parkyn,
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May and subsequently ver-
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The glossy black egg
measured about one-eighth;
of an inch in diameter, ac-
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During September,
FWC biologists saw adult
and juvenile Gulf sturgeon
in the Withlacoochee River.
Most of the adult fish gath-
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the Suwannee and the With-
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However, biologists saw
both juveniles and adults as
far upstream as the Route 6
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Hamilton counties. Four
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%%ere six to eighi inches, ac-
cording to biologists.
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under federal listing as a
threatened species under the
Endangered Species Act in
1991, when populations de-
clined after, a century of
fishing for meat and caviar.
The FWC classifies the fish
as a species of special con-


cern.
Gulf sturgeon have rows
of armored plates along
their sides and back, called
scutes. These prehistoric
fish have a vacuum-like
mouth, a. long snout and
whiskers called barbels.
Sturgeon typically range in
color from a light neutral
color to dark brown and
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'HORSE SHOW PLANNED OCT. 31-Nov. 6


.The Dixie Plantation mansion, built in 193
which will be the setting for a number of activities.


Pictured are John Finlayson and his %%ire, Marjorie.
Finlayson was a close friend and neighbor of the Livingstons
and is a Trustee of the Geraldine C. M. Livingston Founda-
tion. The Dixie Plantation is located in Greenville.


Each year the Museum
and Cultural Center of Quit-
man, Georgia, holds a charity
event for raising the necessary
funds to carry out our mission,
which is to preserve the his-
toric old Library Building, to
create and maintain the Histor-
ical Museum and Cultural
Center and to create a meeting
place for civic clubs. To inter-
pret and exhibit historical and
cultural resources significant
to all citizens, and to collect
only those resources which
may be properly preserved and
stored, and to serve as a center
for education and research,
and to provide cultural educa-
tion, experiences and re-
sources in all areas of the Fine
Arts.
For the second year in a
row, the\ feel proud that the
Geraldine C.M, ;Livingston
Foundation has again given
them a special opportunity to
host a horse show and festival
at the famous Dixie Plantation
in Greenville, Florida. The
Livingston family owned Mid-
night Sun, perhaps the most
prestigious Tennessee Walking
Horse to have ever lived.
Dixie Plantation was the
first home to the life-size
bronze statue of Midnight
Sun. This statue is the only
life-size statue of a Tennessee
Walking Horse in existence.
The statue is now standing, in
front of the TWHBEA office is
Lewisburg, TN.
.This horse show and festi-
val will be October 31- Nov 6,
2005.
A tour of the Dixie Plan-
tation mansion built in 1938-
1940, will be the setting for a
number of activities. The
house which has been empty
for se3eal years ,\ill be par-
tially refurbished and some
rooms will be decorated by
interior designers with an-
tiques and large European Im-
ports to enhance the architec-
tual design of the unique
house designed by John Rus-
sell Pope.
The 2nd Annual Midnighti


Sun Charity Horse Show and
Festival will be held at Dixie
Plantation. This two-day
horse show (Nov 4th and 5th)
will be one you will not for-
get. Tickets for the horse'
show will be $5.
Dixie Plantation is a very
appropriate place to have a
Tennessee Walking Horse,
Racking Horse and Spotted
Saddle Horse show. The Liv-
ingston Family owned many
wonderful show horses; in-
cluding the famous Midnight
San. Dixie Plantation is also
the home of the Continental
Field Trials, a national
organization for Hunting Dog
Competition. .
There will also be three
trail rides which will be open
to those interested in riding
over the 9,000 acre plantation
using the trails maintained for
the annual Continental Field
Trials. One ride will begin
Saturday nIrorning and one in
the afternoon. Also, there
will be another ride on Sun-
day morning. There is a lim-
ited number of- stalls and
hook-ups. Contact Betty
Horton at her home: (229)
263-8205, or work: (229)
263-5338 or call the Museum
and Cultural Center at (229)'
263-6000 to book your stalls
,and hook-ups now.
Also, there will be a
"Evening At The Mansion"
gala event. The Thursda.
night affair will be in honor of
the Dixie Plantation Trustee,.
A cocktail hour \\ill
start in the evening, fol-
lowed by a banquet in the
large dining room and on
.the terrace. During the
meal, guests will be enter-
tained with appropriate din-
ner nmuic provided by local
musicians and also treated
to a fashion show featuring
"country attire for outdoor
activities as well as for en-
tertaining".
Following the banquet, a
dance will be held in the ball
room, featuring music by The
John Patterson Orchestra.


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statue is the only life-size statue of a Tennessee Walking
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to the entrance.


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Midnight Sun Horse Show and Festival, is ready to open to
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Friday, October 28, 2005


World Water Monitoring Day Observed at Suwannee River Park


The Friends of Suwan-
nee River State Park orga-
nized the first Water Moni-
toring Day at the State
Park, October 18th. Stu-
dents from Suwannee,
Hamilton and Madison
Counties were invited, but
it turned out to be a Madi-
son Day at the Park.
89 Students from Madi-
son Central, Madison Acad-
emy and Madison High
spent the day there. After a
welcoming address from
Ben Harris the manager of
Suwannee River Wilderness
Trail and an orientation to
the program, the students
rotated to 4 stations set up
for the morning program.
USGS has a water
gauge at the riverbank and
each year they calibrate it.
They waited to do it as part
of their presentation.
Progress Energy ex-
plained the operations of-
the Suwannee plant and
their impact on the water.
Twin River State Forest
shared the role of forest
with water quality and
brought some of their heavy
equipment used for fire
control. This was very pop-
ular with most of the boys.
Gold Kist presented their
program of.water'treatment
and wastewater processing.
The Friends of SRSP
provided a lunch of pizza
before the afternoon rota-
tion started.
Suwannee River Water
Management District
demonstrated the instru-
ments they use for sam-
pling:. and testi.ngr-ground,.
water. --" -
Karst Divers had one of
their cave divers display
and demonstrate the gehr
used for, cave diving and
maps and photos of the
cave systems under the
park.
DEP Community Out-
reach explained their role
in monitoring water stan-
dards and. students saw
their testing process.
Friends of SRSP set up
a station for students to
take samples from" Lime
Sink Run and test it for
four properties. This data
will be recorded on the
World Water Monitoring
Internet site and compared,
to data in future years.,
World Water Monitor-.
ing Day was established
three years ago but this is
the first time the event
was held locally. The or-
ganizers hope to make it
an annual event. The par-
ticipation of the govern-
ment agencies and private
businesses made this year
a very educational field
trip. The interest and in-
volvement by the schools
in Madison made the pro-
gram worth continuing
next year.


The Madison Academ3 sixth grade class participated in the "\-orld WVater Monitoring Day." Pictured back ro", left to right: Chaperones Soneyda
Jarvis and Donna Odom, 6th Grade Teacher, Michelle Peacock; Students Haley Roland, AshlynSharpton, Kasey Odom, Brigitte Blanton. Alaina Pickels,
Ashton Day,Aaron Brown, Erika Hunter, Abigail Blanton, Nick Starling, Jed Smith, Chaperones Melinda Smith and Joe Blanton. Front row, left to right:
Matt Horne, Elainie Jarvis, Taylor Money, Meghan Maultsby, Kayla Knowles, Lindsey Pinkard, Sara Ashley, Adam Odiorne. DjIlon McDonald, John Barrs
and Dustin Bezick. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene Kinsley, October 18, 2005)
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The Madison Academy seventh & eighth grade students traveled to the Suannee River State Park for a field trip. Pictured back ro%%. left to right:
Chaperones Emerald Kinsley.-Teresa- Davis and Debi. Tuten. Science Teacher Linda Bezick. Students Aleisha McNeeley, Cheltsie Kinsle,. Ainanda \Wise.
Bek Mliller. Kendal \1ilson. Ceira Roland. Abigail Vasquez. Brooke Bezick, Amanda Gordon, Brooke Schaef'er. Ashl n Welch, Emily \Webb. Sadie Stokes,
7th Grade Teacher JerriAnn Gray, Chaperones Carmen Vaquez and Terri Wise. Front row, left to right: Tyler Land, Zacc Salsgiver, Travis Strickland,
Brice Putnal, Jarrett Davis, Matt Day, Joey Hager, Kyle Sweatt, Rob Massey.\ noush Aminave, Tyler Kelley, Josh Timmons and Elee Stores. (Greene Pub-
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Madison Coun!t SSTRIDE students traveled to Live Oak to participate in the "World Water Monitoring Day." Pictured back row left to right: Theo
McGee, Jimmy Smith Jr., Chris McHargue, Caitlin Griffin, Amanda Brown, Courtney Williams, Robby Williams, Travis Shepard, Taylor Collins, Bobbi
Crafton, Randee Bilyou, Kristin Campbell, Lauri Smith, Jhameika Greenwood and Clay Sapp. Front row left to right: Jacob Hentges, Aaron Pitts, Tane-
ja Rodgers, Desiree Jonas, Kierystan Johnson, Anderlyn Ellison, Kayla Sapp, Emily Hentges, Shakerra Santiague, David Sanders, Erica Brown, Emily
Williams, Ramey Panaro, Jayme Herndon, Giselle Dennis, Snowey Hagan, Amanda Bennett, Kayla Sadler, Addie Krause and LaEbony Livinston. (Greene
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which will decide what is to be preserved, what will be changed, and what will be created
as part of its community action plan.
Many of your fellow citizens are already involved in action committees that are taking
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!
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The Robert Searcy family of Lee has been selected as the
Outstanding Farm Family in Madison County. They own a
163-acre farm of mostly tobacco and corn. Oats. rye. lupine
and vegetables are also gro\n, along with ifty hogs and 100
chickens.
We salute our Madison schoolboy's patrol, those who
guard the streets in the neighborhood of the school so that the
children cap cross safely. Among them were Mlike Scanlon.
Earl Peters. Ken Wells. Inin Ulm and Larrn Cooke.
Jimmy Cook I \\as elected president of the Junior Class
of Madison Hiph School. Edwin Browning o as chosen Vice
President. \Wile Selman, Treasurer: Bobby Hudson. Secretary.

October 29th 1965 Edition
iWood. fuel oil. coal. gas. electricity or whatever one uses
to keep warm. \ as needed after a long summer, this past w eek-
end. The Thermometer got down to 39 degrees cool enough
for frost the coolest here since March 22.
Jimmy Cherry. 17-\ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lanie
Cherry of Lee. has been named as State. 4-HPoultry winner and
\\ill attend National 4 H Club Congress at Chicago in No\em-
ber.
Future Teachers of America The Elizabeth Andrews Club
of Greens ille High School met. Betty Lou Herring called to or-
der. Frances Cone talked about ho\\ teaching \ as a major pro-
i fession.


October 24th 1975 Edition
The National Association awarded the "Teacher of
the Year" to a Greenville School teacher. Mrs. Anna B.
Golden, for Retarded Citizens. Mrs. Lillian Sasnett. co-
ordinator, Suwannee County Special Education, \\as
awarded "Educator of the Year."
The second annual JC shooting match will be on No-
vember 1st at the shooting range. First event is a sight-
in round with everyone getting 3 shots from solid rest.
Once the guns are shooting straight the competition will
begin. Among the events will be the 3 second pop-up
(deer silhouette). rimfire and black power.
Larr' Hardee has been promoted to Assistant Vice-
President and Branch Manager of the First Federal Sav-
ings and Loan.

October 24th 1985 Edition
Congratulations. Pat Hagan, of Greenville Middle
School for her collection of $95.65 for the Madison
Count) Unit of the America Cancer Society. Chris
O'Neil and Suzanne Pridgeon were also top fundraisers.
Kathryn E. Bibb placed in the top 5 percent of
over one million participants in the 31st annual Merit
Scholarship program.
The Johnny Williams family reunion is scheduled
for Sunday. It \\ill be held at the Corinth Baptist
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--FT Carpenter
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)


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

Foreclosure Stopped
Tax Leins Tax Deeds Foreclo-
sure Residential and Commer-
cial. Do you need help? We'll be
there for you! Call :
The DM Corporation.
1-866-87Daryl (32795)


Security Systems
Lifetime Warranty
Monitored 24 hours. Burglar and
Fire. Hardwire or wireless mo-
tion detectors. Door contacts,
glass break detectors, heat and
smoke detectors, panic buttons,
and many brand new and innov-
ative ideas offered only by this
company. BEST PRICES!!
-William Greene-Security Con-
2sultant 973-6131


Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848





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$500 464-0522

SMotorcycle
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great, excellent gas mileage, $2,400
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INCOME
OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Three rental mobile homes in an
established trailer park. Current
renters have rented these homes
for approximately three years.
Always pay on time, and take
care of house. $24,000. for all
three homes.
. Will sign lot rent contract to
assure return of your invest-
mient.
Call 850-973-6131 or
850-464-1165





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





2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath mobile
home, furnished, utilities includ-
ed. No pets and No kids, 850-
973-2504.

Lake Front, Huge Historic Home
4 bedroom, 2 bath, Central
Heat/Air, JenAir Grill & Griddle ,
Water/Lawn Maintenance included.
No Pets. $1,200 mo. and $1,000 de-
posit. 850-973-3025


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

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


2 BR I Bath Rental Home
*Hardwood Floors
*New Appliances
*Great Location
*No Pets
*Available Immediatly
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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.


f eenville Pointe

Apartments >

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





Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Corer 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


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





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


Great Buy!
2 acre:wooded lot near the
Withlacoochee River. $10,000
McWilliams Realty
850-973-8614 or 800-356-3260








Mobile Home For Sale
on almost 1/2 acre in Pinetta.
$35,000 CASH. 850-973-4940



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PART-TIME LIBRARY AIDE II
MADISON
PUBLIC LIBRARY

Madison County is currently seek-
ing applicants for the position of
regular part-time Library Aide II at
the Madison Public Library. The
applicant will work approximately
28 hours per week and also be used
as a substitute. Minimum qualifi-
cations include graduation from a
standard high school, ability to type
and experience with Internet and
computer software. Library and/or
experience working with children
and youth is desired. Salary is
$6.55 to $9.14 per hour depending
on qualifications and experience.
Interested applicants may obtain an
application at the Madison,
Greenville or Lee Public Libraries,
or at the Suwannee County Admin-
istrative Services Department, 224
Pine Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064,
telephone (386) 362-6869..Appli-
cants are encouraged to submit re-
sumes, letters of reference and oth-
er biographical information with
their applications. All applications
must be returned to the Administra-
tive Services Department in Live
Oak. Position will remain open un-
til filled. All applicants subject to
drug testing prior to employment.
EEO/AA/V/D.


Madison County is currently seek-
ing applicants for the position of
regular part-time Library Aide II at
the Greenville Public Library. The
applicant will work approximately
18 hours per week on a regular ba-
sis but also be used as a substitute.
Minimum qualifications include
graduation from a standard high
school, ability to type and experi-
ence with Internet and computer
software. Library experience is de-
sired. Salary is $6.55 to $9.14 per
hour depending on qualifications
and experience. Benefits include
retirement, and prorated annual,
sick and holiday leave. Interested
. applicants may obtain an applica-
tion at the Greenville, Madison or
Lee, Public Libraries, or .at the
Suwannee County Administrative
Services Department, 224 Pine
Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064, tele-
phone (386) 362-6869. Applicants
are encouraged to submit resumes,
letters of reference and! other bio-
graphical information with their ap-
plications. All applications must be
returned to the Administrative Ser-
vices Department in Live Oak. Po-
sition will remain open until filled.
All applicants subject to drug test-
ing prior to employment.
EEO/AA/V/D:


Administrative Help

Are you motivated? Do you have
great people skills? Can you multi-
task?
Please call Kids Incorporated at
414-9800 ext 118.

Teacher Needed

Early Head Start Teachers w/ CDA
and two years experience teaching
in early childhood setting preferred,
please call Kids Incorporated at
414-9800 ext 118.

Program Specialist Needed

If you are interested in child devel-
opment or early childhood field and
you can provide training and tech-
nical assistance to local child
providers, please call Kids Incorpo-
rated at 414-9800 ext 118.

Seasonal Retail Manager Want-
ed-
Calendar Club!
Lake Park Outlet Center
Great Salary + Commissions.
Email your resume:
opportunities@calendarclub.com
or fax 877-765-1606 immediately
Florida Department of Trans-
portation has a vacancy in Taylor
County: "
Position Number: 55004473
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.


The City of Madison is accepting
applications for a full-time Fire-
fighter with the following qualifi-
cations. Applications must be at
least 19 years of age and a citizen
of the United States, possess a valid
class D FLORIDA DRIVER'S LI-
CENSE, must be a High School
Graduate, must pass a drug test,
background check, a physical ex-
amination and vision test. The ap-
plicant must be in excellent physi-
cal condition and it is preferred that
the applicant be Florida Firefighter
Certified. The applicant must also

be a non-user of tobacco.
Job applications are available upon
request from the Office of the Fire
Chief, Alfred Martin at 253 SW
Horry Ave., Madison, Florida
32340.
Applications with resumes attached
will be accepted applications for
this position from Monday, October
24th 2005 until Friday, November
4th 2005. Application deadline is
November 4th at 5:00 p.m.
The City of Madison is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and recog-
nizes veteran's preference.
Madison County
Memorial Hospital
Seeking:

CEO
Must have a BS Degree & mini-
mum 5 yrs or more experience as a
CEO or COO. Experience with
Critical Access preferred.

LPN's & RN's Full Time & PRN
All shifts

Insurance Biller
Full Time
Please call 850-973-2271
or fax resume to 850-973-8158


The City of Madison
will be accepting applications for a
Natural' Gas Tech Trainee. Starting
pay will be between $8.65 and
$9.64 per hour plus benefits paid by
the city for employee, (health insur-
ance, life insurance, retirement, 11
paid holidays, sick time, and 12
days annual leave per year.)
Applicants must be 18 years of age,
possess a valid Florida Drivers Li-
cense, high school diploma or
GED, pass a drug test, background
check and physical examination,
We would prefer someone with at
least one year of field experience in
pipefitting or gas related work.
Job applications and descriptions of
work required may be picked up at
City Hall between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday. We will be accept-
ing applications for this position
from October 24th, 2005, until No-
vember 4th, 2005.

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


FT Carpenter. High school diploma
or equivalent desired. Finish car-
pentry and exterior siding experi-
ence required.
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

Reporter Wanted
Greene Publishing has an
opening for a News Reporter.
Should be dependable with a
pleasant personality. Re-
quired to have good Journal-
istic skills and, computer
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
person ONLY at the Madison
County Carrier. Hwy 53
South.


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:
'ww.apalacheecenter.org
850T523-3217 or 800-226-2931
SHuman Resources
26.'4-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, Fl
Pre-Hire 'Drug Screen & FDLE
background check. An Equal Op-
portunity/ Affirmauve Action Em-
ployer. Drug Free Workplace


Advertising Siaes
Person '
Needed at
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Professional appearance and pleas-
ant personality a must. Must be
able to work well under pressure
and maintain a team player rela-
tionship with coworkers. Experi-
ence in this field preferred but not
required. Apply in person at our
Hwy 53 office.
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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.


Tractor Work
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SMALL
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CORRECTED NOTICE OF OFFERING REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE BY BID

NOTICE IS GIVEN that the NOTICE OF OFFERING REAL PROPERTY
FOR SALE BY BID dated September 15, 2005 and published in the September 21,2005
edition of the Madison County Carrier was in error and should be disregarded,

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIl EN thai the Board of County Commissioners of
Madison County, Florida (the "Board" is offering for sale to the highest bidder that
cerin real property located in the oan of Greenville, Madison County, Florida and
more particularly descnbed as follons:

LOTS ONE (1), TWO (2),THREE(3), FOUR (4), FIVE(5), SIX
(6), SEVEN 171, EIGHT 81, NINE (9), ELEVEN (II), TWELVE
(12), THIRTEEN (131, FOURTEEN (14), FIFTEEN (15), AND
NINETEEN (191. OF BLOC 47, P LAT OF GREENVILLE
INVESTMENT COMPANY'S LANDS, CIT OF
GREENVILLE, MADISON COUNTS I FLORIDA.

THE ABOVE PROPERTY IS BEING SOLDTOGEIHER IN
ONE PARCEL AND NOT AS INDIVIDUAL LOTS.

All bids shill be submitted iealed. The purchase shall be for cash, to be paid
in full at closing within 30 days after te date the bid i awarded by the board. The buyer
shall pay all expenses and closing costs, if an. All bids must be accompanied by a
cashier's or certified check, made payable to "Madison County", for no less than 10%1, of
the bid amount. All checks accompanyingunsuccessful bids shall be returned to the
bidder uncashed after the award of the bid. The check accompanying the successful bid
shall be immediately deposited, Ihall be non-refundable, and shall be the earnest money
deposit. The earnest money depoiit shall be credited against the purchase price at
losing. Should the successful bidder not be able to pay the remainder of the purchase
price, in full, within the required time. the successful bidder shall loose all claim to Ihe
above property and the earnest money deposit shall be forfeited to Madison County,
without further action by the Board.

The Board shall convey its interest in the property by quit claim deed
describing the property as set out in the above legal description; The property is being
sold "as is, where as", with no warranties or representations concerning title, number of
acres, condition, fitness for a particular purpose, access, zoning, environmental slaus,
flood proneness or an) other maters.

Bids must be received in the office of the County Manager at Room No. 229,
Madison County Courthouse.Annex 229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, 32340,
no later than 3:30 p.m., on November 9,2005. The bids will be publically opened and
tabulated by staff in the Board's Meeting Room located at Room No. 107, Madison .
County Courthouse Annex, 229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, 32340 t 10:00
a.m., on November 10, 2005' The Board shall award the bid at its regularly scheduled
meetinglo be held at the Board's Meeting Room located at Room No. 107, Madison
County Courthouse Annex, 229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, 32340 t 9:30
a.m., on November 16,2005.

The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids for any reason in the
best interest of the Board. The Board further reserves the right to waive any irregularity
in the bid process which does not affect the substance of the bid, and to cancel the sale,
after award of the bid but prior to closing, with no liability to the Board other than return
of the earnest money deposit.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person
requiring special accommodations to participate in any of the above meetings is asked to
advise the Board at least 48 hours before the meeting by contacting the Hon Tim Sanders
at (850) 973-1500, If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Board by-
calling 711.

Ifa person decides to appeal any decision:made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at any of the above meetings he or she will need a record of the
proceedings and that, for such purpose, he of she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.

DATED this 24U day of October, 2005.

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


BY Is/ Tim Sanders
Tim Sanders,
Clerk


10/28/2005


BD N61 ILL

Notice is hereby gisen that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Flori-
da uill be accepting sealed bids for the following:

Furnishing all needed materials, equipment. labor and supervision to: resurface Madison
County Roads NE Old Blue Springs Road i6.5 miles). NE Captain Buie R6ad i2 miles.
and NE Settlement Road i2 miles for a total distance of 10.5 miles. Sealed bids may be
submitted to the Board of Counts Commissioners by depositing same at the Board office
located in the Madison County Courthouse Annex, Room 219. 112 East Pinckney Street,
Madison. Florida 32341. or Post Office Box 539, Madison. Florida 32341. anytime prior to
5:00 PM on Tuesday. November 8. 2005 ANY BID RECEIVED AFTER SUCH DOTE
5LND TIME WILL NOT BE OPENED OR CONSIDERED. Sealed bids must be clearly
marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be printed on the outside of the front of
the envelope: Resurfacing Project Number FY 2005 4. BID NRiST CONTAIN A COPN
OF THE VENDOR'S MADISON COUNTY OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE WlHERE AP-
PLICABLE, OR CERTIFIED STATE CONTRACTOR NUMBER TO BE CONSIDERED
TOR 4\1ARD.

Bid Specifications, as "ell as other pertinent documents, may be obtained from the
Madison County Public \\orks/Road Department office located at 2060 NE Rock) Ford
Road
C-5911.2 miles north of Madison. telephone # 850-973-2156. beginning October 26, 2005.
Copies of Specifications are available for inspection at the County Commission Office dur-
ing regular office hours.

Mladison County reserves the right to uaihe an) informality or to reject any or all bids.

Bids will be opened at b9:11O a.m. on Wednesday. No> ember 9.2005. after which all bids uill
be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Commissioners iill be
scheduled at a later date and all vendors will be notified in writing of the successful bid-
der.

Il/2. 10128. 11/2. 11/4




NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER ADOPTION
OF COUNTY ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the Intention of the Board of County
Commissioners of Mdison County, Florida, pursuant to Secion 125.66, Florida Statutes, to
consider the adoption of proposed ordinance at the regular meenng ofsaid Board tobe held
at9:30 a.m., on November 16, 200, at the Board of County Commmiloner's Room, Room
No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annes. 229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida,
S 32340 the title to which is as follows:

S ORDINANCE NO. 2005- -

AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY,. FLORIDA,
CREATING THE POSITION OF COllNT MANAGER;
SETTING THE POWERS AND DUTIES THEREOF;
PROVIDING FOR IHE APPOINTMENT QUALIFICATIONS
AND COMPENSATION THEREOF: PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
: FOR SEVERABILIIY: PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

The proposed ordinance may be inspected by the public during normal business
hours at the office of the ClerL of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Florida, in the
Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida. All Interested parties may appear at the
above meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance. .

If you are a person with a disbility who needs any accommodation In order to
participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
a.istsance. Please contact Tim Sanders, Clerk of Court, at Posl Office Bo 237. Madison,
Florida 32341, telephone:(8501973-1500, at leat 3 working days prior to the meeting date:
if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 7ll.

If person decides to appeal n)y decision made by the Board with respect to n)y
maner considered at utch meeting he or he will need a record of the proceeding, and Ihl ,
for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based,

DATED this 25 day of October, A. D. 2005.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

BY: s/ Tim Sanders
Tim Sanders,
Clerk


10/28/2005


IN THE CIRCLilT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCiU1. IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNT, FLORIDA.

CASE NO. 05-393-CA

BOBB, CORBETT,

Plaintiff

vs.

ESTATE Of CLENION BRINSON: BETTI J.
%\OFFORD: INTHONY D. McNEALY: BETTY
JEAN BRINSON akl/a BETTY JE\N BRONSON:
CHRISTLNE MOSS BRINSON; unknown tenants;
and other unknown parties in possession, including
the unknown spouse ol an) person in possession of
the pnrpert, and if a named Defendant is deceased.
the surviving spouse, heirs. de isece. grantees, cred- h
ihors, and all other parties claiming b3, through, un-
der or against thai Defendanl, and all claimants.
persons or parlies, natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown. claiming under an) of
the named or described Defendants.

Defendants.



NOTICE OF ACTION


ESTATE OF CLEMON BRINSON: BETTY J. AFFORD: 4NTHONY D.
IMcNEALN; BETTY JEAN BRINSON aik/li BETTY JEAN BRONSON;
CHRIST INE MOSS BRINSON. Defendants, 'unknown tenants; aid othet
unknos n parties in possession, including the unknon n spouse or an) person,
S in possession of Ihe properly and if a named Defendant is deceased, the sur-
siimng spouse, heirs, des istes. grantees, creditors, and all other parties claim.
ing b). through, under or against that Delendant, and all clainiants. persons
or parties, natural or corporate. or Ihust e\aci legal slaius is iinknlsn.
claiming under ani of the named or described Defendants.

\OLi ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a m.lrtgage on the following described
property in Madison County, Florida, to-wit:

Beginning at t hethast corner of thl Nortlies-lt Quarter oftheSouthwett
Quarter o[ Section 25, Tous n4sip 2 North, Range 9 East in the center of a
graded road. thrnce run North on Quarter Line 221.76 leIt to the POINT OF
i BEGINNING. hence run North on Quarter line 139.92 led, thenci run West'
312.18 feet, thence run South 139.92 feet, thence run East 312.18 feet, to the
POINT OFBEGINNING. conlaininin one ac r more or les., nitd heing a part
of'the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of section 25. Toi nhip
2'North, Range 9 East, Madison County, Florida

Along with a 1988 Doublewide Mobile Home Sr# D221991AB Derose 28 x 52.
has been filed against you and yuu are required tn serse a copy of our ritln defenses;
if any, to i on Plainiff's allorne) and counsel of record, ANDREW J. DECiKER.II, Es-
quire of tie Law Office of Andre. J. Decker, III. P. A.. 32011 hitc .\enue. Pst Office
Drawer 1288, Live Oak. Florida 32064; within thirty (30) days after the first publication
of this Notice of Action, and file the original with the Clerk of the Court, Honorable Tim
Sanders. Posi Office Bo\ 237. Madison. Florida 32341. either before service on the Plaini-
iff's allorney or immedinaehl thereafter. If ou fail to answer, defend or otherwise plead'
to this action to foreclose a mortgage, a Default iill be entered against you for the relief,
demanded in the Complaint. This Notice of Action is executed and published pursuant to
the provisions of 49.08, et eea., Florid Statutes.

DATE: October 11, 2005.

SHonorable Tim Sanders
Clerk of Court
Madison County, Florida

By Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

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Downtown Halloween Cont'd from Page 1A
Curtis said that the event would be held in the downtown
area and that all children who are taking part in it should come
to the MPD's table first. The table can be distinguished by a
flashing blue strobe light. At the table, the tickets will be dis-
tributed. One ticket will be good for one participant. There are
21 businesses and organizations participating and 21 tickets will
be distributed.


Cont'd from Page 1A


post office. Hershey's Pumpkin Decorating Mix Candy will be
provided for decorating.
Decorate the sweetest pumpkin and you can win a digital
camera.


Suspect Arrested


Cont'd from Page 1A


that Lee, who was reportedly spotted near the school board's
maintenance yard by Sgt. William Greene, shortly after a bur-
glary had occurred, is a suspect in a number of burglaries in
Madison, but that they do not have enough evidence yet to ob-
tain warrants for him to be arrested on the charges.


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O'Quinn indicated in a letter dated October 10 that this
would cut down on the possibility of back injuries to mnainte-
nance workers.
The money for the equipment was available through Facili-
ties Trust Money that the School Board has on hand.


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Wednesday's Not A

Good Day To Get Sick


At the newspaper. if you're going to get sick. Wednesday af-
ternoon is not a good time to do it. Hold out until Thursday af-.
ternoon or Friday morning. Do not I repeat do not get sick on
a Wednesday afternoon.
My.mind screaming the words at ny body, but my body
would not listen. Friends had been telling me for days that my
face w as red. I would joke that it \\as only because I was em-
barrassed. My head \\as sw imming, however, and my mind \\as
losing the battle with my body.
I finally broke down and decided to go an alternate route. I
don't suggest this to anyone else, but Ikniew that my blood pres-
sure \\as either really high or really lo\, I went to Winn-Dixie
and took it. It was sky high. I next went to the health department,
but all the nurses had just left for lunch. I called a friend, wiho
took it and the next thing I knew. he had called my boss and said
he was taking me to the emergency room at the hospital.
I can't be here. I kept telling myself. I need to get back to
work. I'm the only reporter there. I have articles to write. Who
else will do it? There going to be angry at me for not being at
work. '
They weren'tt angry that I didn't go back to work that day.
They were only concerned for my health.
While I was there, I called a few, friends to let them know
where i was. Some of them e\en came and.saw me. Others
prayed for'me'that evening ind'went to churchuharid:topped by
afterwards to see rime, but si\ hburs after being admitted in the
emergency room, they let me go home. The treatment I got that
day from Marcia, Lucy and the whole staff was excellent.
While I was in the hospital, despite having chest pains, it
was discovered that I wasn't having a heart attack, but I did have
an infection. Fortunately, the infection was not heart or kidney
related.
When they let me go, as I \ as headed out the door, I saw
one of the newspaper's newest employees there: I asked why she
was there. I thought there might be something wrong with her.
.She told me she was concerned for me.
I \ant to thank e\ernone \who showed up to see me. e ery-
one who prayed for me and everyone who kept me in their
thoughts. I need to keep telling myself over and over again that
there are people in the world, who are good and kind and who
really care for me., I don't know why but I sometimes have a
problem understanding that.
I thank God for all the good friends who are in my life and-
I desire their prayers for my life. I'm under a lot of stress right
now, but \ ith God's help and with kind people like all of you. I
know that I can make.it.
After being released from the hospital's emergency room, I
picked up a prescription for antibiotics and headed to church to
thank God for sparing mi life, once again on a Wednesday (re-
member my wreck two weeks earlier?).


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By: Jacob Bembry
Do you celebrate Halloween, and if you do,
how do you celebrate it?


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I don't celebrate Hal-
lo\'een. I just don't.



Mary Ellen Jandle:

I don't celebrate it, be-
cause I'm too big to
celebrate it.




Diane Dietrich:

I don't know.


Bernita Farmer:

*Yes, I go trick or treat-
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Marcy Cherry:

Trick-or treat.




Chris Davis:

I don't really celebrate
it.


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Daisies to the u; GU
Darts to 'Helping Hand" VEIMA
A yard full of daisies to Governor Jeb Bush, who articulat-
ed so well what I have thought for years about dangerous weath-
er reporting. Jeb got pretty stern about newscasters standing out
in heavy winds and rains, calling the practice dangerous and
stating that it sets'a bad example. I hope the talking heads pay
attention to him.
Baskets of daisies to the staff at Lake Park for their un-
remitting attention to mN parents and their other residents, and
for so tenderly guiding me through the process of admitting my
parents.
Dark. dramatic aisles to Fellowship Baptist Church and oth-
ers who assist with Judgment House each year. This is such an
effective wa\ to convince us that we should think about where
our day-to-day decisions take us.
Millions? Did you say millions? Well. a Katrina-shaped
darts to the employees at FEMA for each of the mullions of dol-
lars they have paid out in bogus damage claims. Don't they ha\e
super isors and estimators on their staff? Yes? Then w h\ aren't
they doing their lobs? Those millions include my tax money..
Darts to drivers who pull up in a parking place A ith their car
bumpers across half the sidewalk. Come on. people. Back off
just a little so pedestrians can use the side\ alk. It's just common
counres\ .
Daisies to Woman's Da\ magazine for their absolutely
beautiful covers. Those mags just make my day \when they ar-
dyie.
Daisies to my students for wearing their red ribbons all
week. I gave each one a length of ribbon Nlonday to help em-
phasize the anti-drug message of the week and challenged them
to Wear the ribbons creatively. Boy. did they. In their shoe laces,
tied to their earrings, around their shirt butons, threaded through
belt buckles we have some kids with imagination among us.
Darts to smokers who puff a\way on several "breaks" at
work, making other employees pickup the slack while the ad-
dicts are away from their desks.
Limit your breaks. folks. to keep your co-workers happy. ,
Darts to parents who do not require their children itlen the
young ones) to do chores regularly. You are not doing them or
their future teachers, coworkers. or spouses any favor by letting
them lounge around while you do the chores.
Daisies p1t tjhe Maldison Pohce Department for holding the
Downtown Halloween. each year. The kids always seem to be
having a good time, and we know they are safe.
Daisies to you if you pick up the litter you see on sidewalks
and along roads. Yot will be called blessed.

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Healthy Tricks For


Halloween Treats
Halloween celebrations will take place this weekend,
whether you will go with the traditional trick or treat or plan a
neighborhood party, it's a time for fun and festivities. Regard-
less of your choice of celebrations, kids end up with a "candy
collection." Then for several weeks your kids are on what seems
to be a candy-only diet, which means empty calories and poten-
tial tooth decay.
You can do some things without eliminating candy alto-
gether. First, maintain regular meals, including dinner, before
children go trick or treating. If you have a fall party, include
snacks like popcorn, pretzels, fruit and vegetable chunks, punch
made of fruit juices or cocoa made with low- fat milk.
When passing out treats, use your imagination and think of
other alternatives. Look for individually wrapped snack foods
like nuts or raisins. Find plastic spiders and drop into trick or
treat bags. You can purchase package of sports cards, open and
pass out individual cards. Wrap pennies or nickels in'plastic and
tie with a ribbon. Buy large boxes of crayons and let children
choose one or two for their treat bag. ,
If your children go trick or treating, remember to practice
safety. Make sure children travel in groups and/or with an adult.
Accessorize costumes with glow-in-the-dark necklaces,
bracelets or reflective tape. It is a good idea too, to carry flash-
lights for added visibility. When you return from candy collect-
ing, check all items before allowing children to eat them. Be
sure to throw out anything that is not securely package. Taking
a few extra steps will insure you and your family have a safe and
healthy fall season..


10/19/05
Sixto Guadalupe Ro-
driguez Battery on a preg-
nant person
Amanda Sue Mathis -
Battery on Law Enforcement
Officer, petit theft, resisting .
Officer violence
Cynthia Zelesky Quiros
- Failure to appear-arraign-
ment, worthless checks
10/20/05
Tommie Lee Rodgers -
V.O.P. (circuit)
Rickey Roberson Do-
mestic violence/battery
Patsy Ann Davis Crim-
inal mischief
Darryl Joseph McQuay -
Failure to appear-arraign-
ment
10/21/05
Donald Allen Landers -
Possession. Controlled sub-:
stance-meth, possession drug
paraphernalia, possession
marijuana less 20 gm
Katherine Sue Landers, -
Possession .controlled sub-
stance-meth, possession
marijuana less 20 gm.
Angie Forgue -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed, obstruction by dis-
guise
Terrance Laron Jennings


- V.O.P. (county)
Eugene McDaniel -
Worthless checks
Kendrick Lamer Weath-
erspoon V.O.P. (circuit) -
Terrance Legran Alexan-
der V.O.P. (county)
Jason Earl Bennett -
Fleeing or attempt to elude
David Hicks III.- V.O.P.
(county).
10/22/05
Annieliesha R McCul-
lough V.O.P. (county)
10/23/05:
Sidney Jerome Carter.-
D.W.L.S., revoked or, can-
celed
10/24/05
Terrance Lashawn
Phillips V.O.P. (county)
David Eugene Williams
-V.O.P. (circuit)
Clifford Carlton Jewell -
Criminal mischief .
Kirk. Edward Cruce -
Failure to appear
10/25/05
Sharday Sharron White -
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed, resisting Officer w/o
violence
Antisha. Tekeyshia
Williams Lending D.L. to
another, resisting Officer w/o
violence


L HURRIANWIM


MADISON COUNTY PLANNING THE FUTURE
AND CELEBRATING THE PRESENT
r-' 'VISION 2010: On No\ ember 3rd at 4:30'.irm. the Madison
County Development Council with assistance from the North
Florida Community College Rural..Communimty College Initia-
tive is hosting a public meeting to discuss the on-going VISION
2010 process. All citizens are invited to attend and participate in
setting community goals for what you want for Madison by the
year 2010. Some targeted areas are education, economic devel-
opment, government, recreation, housing, health-care, tourism,
and others. Volunteers are being asked to serve on committees to
set goals and the tasks needed to meet them.
Several committees have met and begun their work. Those
committees will briefly discuss their progress and attendees will
have the opportunity to. comment and join the committees in
which they have ani interest. The MCDC will continue to host
quarterly meetings to review the progress of the committees and
encourage public input and participation.
The VISION 2010 meeting will be held at the County Ex-
tension office and light refreshments will be served. For more
information on this meeting or VISION 2010 call Paula Arnold
at The Chamber at 973-2788.
FESTIVAL: The Tourist Development Council in partner-
ship with the Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Fall Har-
vest Festival to be held Saturday. November 5th from 9:00 to
2:00.
The TDC agreed to fund regional advertising from
Gainesville to Thomasville. as well as'in the local media and
surrounding counties.
The Fall Harvest Festival will include live music in the park,
fresh produce, games and prizes, a classic car show, a "sidewalk
sale" offering antiques, unique gift items; chair massages, and
much much more. The Chamber offers a special thanks and ap-
preciation to Ms. Pat Snryder for her major contribution to this
event. Ms. Pat originally offered to help coordinate a.Sidewalk
Sale and then she really put in some extra hours and effort to
turn bur side alk sale into the First Annual Madison Fall Festti-
val. KUDOS' MS. PAT!!,
All businesses are encouraged to participate. Those busi-
nesses located outside the downtown district may want to set up
"''booths" to sell items or provide information about their busi-
ness; dr you can bring a supply of flyers or sale papers to the
Chamber to be distributed during the event. There is no charge
to participate.
For more information, call The Chamber at 973-2788.


The Florida Highw ay Patrol iFHP) continues to assess road
way conditions in areas affected by Hurricane Wilma. Trooper
are directing traffic at intersections \\here traffic control device
are missing or not functioning. On Monday, October 24, troop
ers began escorting FEMA supply vehicles from Jacksonville
and. White Springs to West Palma Beach and Lakeland Florida.,
The FHP has deployed a Quick Response (QRT) Team con
sisting of 125 troopers to South Florida': 75 troopers to the Ft
Pierce/Stuart area: 25 to the City of Key West; and 25 to the Lip
per Keys and Nliami-Dade County. QRT troopers will augmen
local law enforcement and assist with secunty patrols, traffic
control, and Points of Distribution (PODS) security.
Troopers are also assisting motorists at re-entry and recov
ery points, as well as patrolling all Interstates. Florida's Turn
pike, and other major State Roads. Motorists are urged to slow
down and increase their:following distance when approaching
emergency personnel or crews working on or near the roadway
In Palm Beach County, \ here standing water continues ti
be a problem on 1-95 near the area of PGA Boulevard and North
Lake Road, motorists are urged to slow dow\ n and increase their
following distance .x hen approaching this area.


Life's Lesson Learned
When the chasm of time
Between yesterday and tomorrow
Disappears:
When today no longer interferes
One can see clearly;,
When yesterday's lessons are brought'
SBefore he fcie of time,
When tie future becomes the focus
Of all endeavors
SLifes meaning has been learned.
Tune on earth is only preparatory
For eternity-
One's siaccss here ensures a wonderful
Forelver


Thelma Thompson


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Child's Play
How many of you Remember When.....litle girls played
with Jumping Jacks? Little Boys played Marbles? How about
Hop-Scbich? ,
How, many of you Remember When... the Dick and Jane
Reading Books wTere used in school?
How long has it been since you saw children playing Hide
and Seek. in the yard or home?
I realize that through the years new\ toys and computerized
games. videos and so many newer innovations of children's toys
have appeared on the scene. As a child I didn't have those
things.
I was a child who loved playing jacks. jumping rope out-'
side. playing marbles with my brothers. I loved the Dick' and
Jane Reading Books. ':
As I grew older and I saw the different generations. I no-
ticed how their toys and play games have changed with each
new generation to the family. When my children were little.
Atari introduced the first TV computer games. That is when I
saw my own.children wanting to stay indoors to play these
games rather than go outdoors. Now i am \w watching as my grand
children would rather stay inside too, playing computer games
than play outdoors.
Parents are now resorting to organized outdoor active cities to
get their children- outdoors such as Baseball. Football, Cheer-
leading. Dancing, or Youth Programs such as 4-H. Boy Scouts
or Girl Scouts.
But I still Remember When...the children in a neighbor-
hood. would get together, get a football, or a baseball bat and
ball. a basketball, or soccer ball and form up teams and play out-
doors on their own because being outdoors was what they loved
to be doing.'
My parents would come outdoors with us sometimes. aunts
and uncles or other family and several neighbors would come
out and everyone would enjoy an.afternoon after church on Sun-
days, just playing ball with our children.
I can still Remember When...life and Child's Play was so
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- iBy Cleo and Brad Conrad.
* If you're a renter with a dog, you probably already know
v what a challenge it can be to find a landlord, property man-
g ager or condo association that %%ill allow pets. However,
. don't let this discourage you. There are a number of things
Syou can do to help make it easier to find a new home for you
Sand your dog.
r It also helps to understand why certain rental managers
don't allow pets or dogs in particular. Perhaps they had a bad
experience with a dog that barked too much and disturbed
the neighbors or destroyed carpeting and floors. There may
have.been a past incident with an aggressive dog. Bearing
this in mind, there are things you can do to show that you're
a responsible pet owner and that your dog is well-trained and
well-behaved.
A letter from your current rental manager or landlord
can go a long way, especially if it states that no property
damage was incurred by your dog during your stay. You
should also have a letter from your veterinarian indicating
that you've been a responsible dog owner by staying on top
of your dog's medical care. It would also be helpful if your
vet indicates that your dog is spaved/neutered and free of
fleas. ,
If your dog has been to obedience school'or has had
'professional training, it w ill demonstrate that your dog will
be less likely to misbehave.
Introduce the owner to your dog. If the landlord or
rental manager is able to see first-hand that your dog is
trained and well-beha\ed, he or she may be less dismissive.
Be sure that your dog is nicely groomed for the occasion.
S f you can, you might consider offering the rental man-
ager a slightly higher tent or an extra security deposit to use
against any damages that might occur as a result of your dog.
The best policy is to be honest. Trying to sneak your dog
into a np-pets building will only strengthen the rental man-
Sager's case against allowing pets. It could also lead to a hefty
fine or legal action. ;
(c) 2005 DBR Media, Inc.


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SSan Pedro Church Fall Revival
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Pastors Prestori Gainey, Doyle Glaiss, Sammy Bass,
Dennette Cruce, Thomas Thigpen and Benji Dyal
Special Guest Singers each night!
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AROUND MADISON COUNTY


Friday, October 28, 2005


Erich Drechsler


Each week, the Madison Enterprise-Recorder is featuring a spot-
light on Personnel Development Services (formerly the Madison-Jef-
ferson Association of Retarded Citizens) and MCHS's ESE transition
program.

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A student in Mary Coody's High School/High Tech program,
Erich Drechsler began working at Wild Adventures on September 22.
Since beginning his job at the theme park, Erich has.learned to
operate every ride in an area called of the park Bugsville. He credits
Coody's class with helping prepare him for the job, including some
the technical aspects of it.
"I had to do certain things with the rides," Erich said. "I had to
know how to distribute the weight for the ride and I had to know
about ride safety.
Among the rides Erich has learned during his tenure at Wild Ad-
ventures are the Bugout, Pharaoh's Fury and the Gauntlet.
Erich began working part-time and now he works 36 hours a
week at the attraction.



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"I love it," he said. "It's real fun. I know almost every employee
out there. When no one comes to ride, we make jokes. We treat each
other like family."
Erich got the job after Melissa Burke, a Personnel Development
Services (PDS) employment specialist, was instrumental in helping
Erich get his job, after meeting with Wild Adventures Human Re-
sources manager, Todd Douthit.
SErich, who was raised by his grandparents, wants to pursue com-
puter programming and possibly program computer games and do his
own artwork forthem when he is through with high school and col-
lege.
Erich, who suffers from attention deficit disorder. has not been on
medication since his grandmother took him off it a number of years
ago. His grandmother said he hasn't needed it, since he has engaged
in \ rigorous acti\i including the High School/High Tech program
and the former Junior Air Force ROTC program.
"I'm very proud of Efich and the progress he has made," said
Burke, who works as Erich's employment specialist. "I'm proud of.
him and the progress he's made. I like the fact
that he got the job and took over. He stood on his o\ n two feet. He's


going to go a long \\a\. Sometimes. \ ith a little coaching and pa-
tience, youth can go a long \ ay.
Ench's grandmother, CaridiDreschler, was xer\ happy v. it the
way that her grandson has been treated b\ PDS. formerly the Madi-
son/Jefferson.Associauon of Retarded Citizens.
"She has a lot of clients she's helped." Dreschler said, of Burke.
"She has a hard job but she's done \ er \ ell at it."
If you would like information on PDS and the services it offers
both to youth and adults, please call PDS Employment Speciasts
Melissa Burke or Karen Pennington at 973-4614.


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B\ -Jacob BembrN
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Jamie and Anna Davis.ar
the ow ners of a ne\w business i
Madison, 'the Daylight Salo
and Spa.
In the design of the new sa
ion, the Davises have tried t
incorporate history, .with th
name of the store being a pla
Son the former Kramer's Day
light Department Store, which
was housed at the same local
tion. They are using the color
of daylight in the store.
Anna Davis is the formt
Anna Shlykova, from Russi-
While obtaining a double de
gree in accounting and auditin
from a uni\ersiti in Mosco,
Russia, she began taking a co&
metology class at night. She is
certified cosmetologist in Rus
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During her junior year
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in a program that brought'her t
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Jamie Davis, from Lee, at Ye
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Wyoming.
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ried the follo\iing year. T'
brush up on her English vocal
ulary, she took a cosmetolog
class at North Florida'Commi
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course and became certified
with the state of Florida as
cosmetologist.


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2005 TAX ROLL OPEN

FOR COLLECTION NOVEMBER 1, 2005



The 2005 Ad Valorem Tax Roll for Madison County, City of Madison,
Town of Greenville, Town of Lee, has been certified to us by the Property
Appraiser. Also, the 2005 Non-Ad Valorem Assessment Roll for Fire
Protection and Solid Waste Collection and Disposal has been certified to us
by the Board of County Commissioners. 2005 Ad Valorem and Non-Ad
Valorem Assessments are payable at:


TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, COURTHOUSE ANNEX
229 SW Pinckney Street, Room 102, Madison, Florida
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
Phone: 850/973-6136


DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS
November 2005-4% December 2005 -3%
January2006 -2% February 2006 1%
March 2006 -Net April 2006- 3% Penalty


Please make remittances to Frances C. Ginn, Tax Collector


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CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
Effective from Annual Percentage
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90-day** 4.16% ,. 4.25%
180-day** 3.59% 3.66%
1- ear 3.92 4.00 %
2-year 4.07% 4.15%
3-year 4.11% 4.20%
4-year 4.16% 4.25%
5-)ear 4.26% 4.35%
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ist. nail technician and co-ow ner: Jamie Davis. co-ow ner; and Debbie Rutherford. massage
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Anna has worked at sever- in Thomasd\lle, Ga. and a grad- tissue,, pre-natal, geriatric and
D al places in Madison for the uate of the North Florida Comr- medical massage. She has been
Past two years. She does all hair munity College nail technician a nurse for o'er 10 years and is
ser' ices and facial waxing. She program. She has been a li- a nationally'certified licensed
also does natural nails.' censed nail technician for o0er mass'ige therapist[ and a;.mem-
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spa, Valerie Bass is a graduate Michelle specializes in spa Therapists Association
Sof the North Florida Cosmetol- maniicures and pedicures, nail (A.TAMi. She enjoys her work
ogy Institute in Tallahassee. services, including ,overlays, and finds great satisfaction in
She was enrolled in skincare e\tension' and special treat- improving her client's health
courses and graduated as a li- ments for the different needs of and wvellbeing.
censed esthitician. She is also her clients. If 3ou are in need of an. of
certified to offer body wraps. Debbie Rutherford is the the services mentioned above.
'In addition to body wraps, massage therapist at the Day- please call the Daylight Salon
she Offers, a variety of facials light Salon and Spa. There are and Spa at 973-8998 or drop in
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Steve John

Tucka


Steve John Tucka, age
85, died October 17, 2005 in
Waukegan, IL. Graveside ser-
vices will be 11:00 a.m., Satur-
day, October 29, 2005 at
Ebenezer Cemetery.
He was born in Kenosha,
Wisconsin; He was a veteran
in World War. II and worked as
an Architecture with Ganster,
Henninghausen.
He is survived by one son,
Wayne Tucka and wife (Dot-
tie) and one daughter, Tanya
Tucka both of Waukegan IL.

Josie Webb

Stokes Cone
On Monday, October 24,
2005 our beloved Mother,
Grandmother, and Great Great
Grandmother, Josie Webb
Stokes Cone, age 93, left her
earthly home to join her heaven-
ly family in glory.
Funeral services will be
10:00 a.m., Thursday, October
27, 2005 at Beggs Funeral
Home Madison Chapel, with
burial to follow in Evergreen
Cemetery, Greenville. The fami-
ly will receive friends Wednes-
day, October 27 from 6-8 p.m.,
at the Funeral Home.
Mother lived a fun and busy
life loving and caring for her
children, grandchildren and
great grandchildren. She was a
devoted friend to many. Mother
spent her last years at Bay St.
Joseph Care. and Rehabilitation
Center in Port St. Joe, Florida.
All her caregivers at the
nursing home loved and cher-
ished her. Two of the highlights
of her stay was when she was
i chosen as a' beauty queen fol-
lowed by being chosen as Valen-
tine Queen the following year.
She made many friends, and had
two very special friends, Agnes
Culpepper, and Mary Coe.
She was preceded in death
by her mother and father, Drew
& Della Webb, husband
Leonard Stokes, husband
Thomas J. (Tom) Cone, son,
Thomas Cone, four brothers and
one sister. Mother was born No-
vember 1, 1912 in Lee.
She was -a member of
Dalkeith Baptist Church,
Dalkeith Com~ nity, Florida.
Mother is. survived by her
daughter Deloris (Carl) Webb,
son John C. (Vivian) Stokes,
Pearl Dean Hubbard, Irma J.
(Bill) Sharp, and 21 grandchil-
dren, 36 great grandchildren, 29
great great grandchildren, 17
nieces and nephews. Sisters
Lena Hitchcock, Thelma Thorn-
ton, Willa Dean (Thien) James,
and Betty Graham. One Sister-
In-Law, Mary Webb, and a very
special Sister-In-Law Louise
Webb.
A special thanks to the staff
of St. Joseph Bay Care and Re-
habilitation Home, and Hospice
of the Emerald Coast.

San Pedro

Church

Fall

Revival
The San Pedro Church
Fall Revival which is on Hwy
14 South will be held Novem-
ber 3rd, 4th and 5th. Everyone
is invited. Please come and
enjoy 3 Nights Rejoicing in the
Lord. Special guest singers
will be there each night from
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.


Eddie Virginia

Howard
Eddie Virginia Milton
Howard age 66 died Wednes-
day October 19, 2005 in Monti-
cello. Her husband survivors,,
Frank Howard.
Viewing will be from 2:00
p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, Oc-
tober 28, 2005 at the Tillman
Funeral Home, Monticello. The
services will be 11:00 EDT on
Saturday, October 29, 2005 at
the new Zion Missionary Baptist
Church in Greenville. Burial
will be at Ashville Community
Cemetery in Monticello.
Mrs. Howard was a native
and lifelong resident of Jeffer-
son County. She was a member
of Jerusalem Missionary Baptist
Church of Ashville and was re-
tired from Florida Plywood of
Greenville.
Treasuring her love and her
memory other than her husband,
Frank, are her four sons, Larry
Howard, Orlando; Jimmy
(Jenene) Howard, Valdosta, Ga.;
William (Mary) Howard of
Tampa and Robert (Yevonne)
Howard of Monticello; her one
daughter Ellen Howard Fayson
of Valdosta, Ga.; her mother
Mrs. Cowser Milton,
Greenville; her brothers, David
Milton, James Howard and
Ronald Alexander, Greenville.
Jafus Milton, Tampa; Daniel
Milton, Madison; Darrin
Alexander, Honolulu, Hawaii;
David Alexander, Sr. and Julius
Harrison, Sr. both of Monticello;
lier sisters Daisy Bolden,
Greenville; Joyce Coe Field and
Wanda Shelton of Tallassee; 12
grandchildren, two great-grand-
children and a host of nieces,
nephews and other relatives and
friends.


October 28
Singles Dance Party, host-
ed by Positive Christian Sin-
gles, every Friday at 8:30 p.m.
at 1650 River Street (1/4 mile
east of Sam's Club), Valdosta.
DJ plays country, oldies and
rock and there are also dance
mixers and karaoke. For more
information, call 229-242-3797.


October 29
There will be a fall festival
at First Baptist Church at 6 p.m.
There will be games, trunk or
treat, food aid lots of.fun. A
black light puppet show is at
7:45 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 973-2887.
October 29
The Taylor Coastal Com-


munities Association is spon-
soring A Day of Family Fun and
Entertainment On The Beach,
At Keaton Beach. There will be
the 2nd Annual Volleyball Tour-
nament, Fall Beach. Blast "For
The Kids" and the 4th Annual
Sunset Dance & Beach Party,


Call 850-578-2582 or 850-578-
2484 for more information.
November 5
The Cherry Lake Fire De-
partment will be hosting a
Turkey.Shoo t t Cherry Lake
Crossroads.. The shoot will
take place from 9 am to -1 pm.


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(right) celebrated their birthday together by
having a dance party on September 24th. The
party was held at the St. Vincent, DePaul
Catholic Church's social hall from 6:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m. All children in attendance en-
a joyed pizza, cake, chips, dip, punch and a va-
riety of other treats that was prepared by the
g girls'.
S Erika is the daughter of William and
Debbie Hunter and turned 12 years old on
September 24. .
SElainie is the daughter of David and
S Soneyda Jarvis and turned 12 years old on
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Refuge


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One of the Madison County United Way agencies is the
Refuge House. Refuge House opened its doors in 1979 and the
following year it merged with the Tallahassee Rape Crisis Cen-
ter and became the leader in community efforts to assist % onien
and children by providing direct services to victims of domestic
violence, their children, and survivors of sexual assault. The
mission and purpose is to provide direct services to battered
women, their children and survivors of sexual violence, as well
as to work to eliminate the conditions in society that allows such
violence to continue.
Refuge House provides a safe emergency shelter for
women and children. Refuge House offers individual and group
counseling- for victims and their families, injunction assistance
is available to explain the injunction process, assist with paper-
work, attend court hearings, provide counseling, and provide re-
ferrals to Three Rivers Legal Service. They also offer a com-
munity education program and professional training on domes-
tic violence and sexual Niolence. If any church; club. civic
group, school, or etc wishes to have a counselor to come out and
present a program and/or training they may call (850) 973-4144.


All services are free and confidential.
Refuge House Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center
covers eight counties: Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Lib-
erty, Madison, Taylor, and Wakulla. Shelters are located in
Leon and Taylor Counties at undisclosed locations to protect the
residents. Transportation is provided for Madison County resi-
dents.
Citizens may reach a counselor at Refuge House in Madison
County at 973-4144. The.24-hour crisis hotline is 1-800-500-
1119.
There Is A Cycle Of Domestic Violence
Most people would find it hard to believe that a woman be-
ing treated in a hospital emergency room is more likely to have
been injured by her husband or boyfriend than by anyone or
anything else. But she is. An estimated two million women are
severely assaulted by male partners in the United States each
year. ', '
Seeing her black eyes and swollen lip, mdst observers ask,
"Why doesn't she just pack her bags and leave?"


The answer is not a simple one. He may have threatehed'to
kill her if she tries to leave, or call the police. Perhaps he has
threatened to hurt the children, to kidnap them. to \i ithhold child
support, or vowed to tell social service workers that she is an un-
fit mother and have the children taken away.
SIn addition, the \ victim may be economically dependent upon
her abuser. She may feel guilty and think this abuse is her fault.
She may still love him. She may lack coping skills due to years
of abuse.
Faced with all of this, a hostile or cool reception from the sys-
tem convinces the victim that there is no real escape. no way
out. She tries harder to please him. Cut off from family and
friends by the batterer's control over her activities, she may be-
gin to blame herself for the situation. Eventually, she blocks out
the pain, she minimizes the beatings or denies they are even
happening.
Meanwhile, the batterer increases his abuse %%hen necessary ,
and stalks ~er or threatens to kill her if she attempts to lea\ e.
And the cycle' continues......
Refuge House: 973-4144 or Hotline: 1-800-500-1119.


Madison County United Way Campaign Team


To Host Annual leadership


The Madison County,
United Way campaign team
will host its annual Leadership
Giving Dinner ,on Tuesday,
November 1, 2005 at the
home of B'art and Catherine
Cassidy. The event will fea-
ture a prime rib dinner, pro-
vided by Jack and Melissa
Proctor, which has been the
highlight of previous year's
dinners. The dinner will be
one of the final events of the
2005 campaign effort, lead
this year by campaign chair-
man Ann Sapp.
The Leadership Giving
effort is being lead again by
Ed Meggs, who expects more


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than 40 people to attend the.
dinner this year. This number
is more than triple the amount
of people who attended the
first annual event. Guests in
attendance will make their an-
nual donations of at least $500
to United Way.
Leadership Givers from
the 2004 campaign will also
be recognized for their person-
al gifts of $1,000 or more.
These generous donors pro-
vided more than half of all the
donations raised last year in
the Madison. campaign. The,
2004 campaign reached an all-
time high of $76,500, under
the leadership of Jackie John-


"We feel like this is an erent we can support tdat will reach a
lot of people who need help from the United Way agencies,"
... Jack Proctor


son. Jackie and Kin Johnson
and their family have, been
long-time supporters of Unit-
ed Way and their efforts
helped increase the visibility.
and importance of Leadership
Giving last year.
Throughout all the coun-
ties of the Big Bend, United
Way's Leadership Giving So-
ciety has experienced rapid
growth over the last five
years. In 2004, 1,138 individ-
uals and/or couples gave lead-



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$1.7 million. The leadership
giving program represents 28
percent of the total dollars
raised in all of the eight coun-
ty campaigns, making the
Leadership effort in NMadison
critical to the success of the
county campaign.
"We feel' like this is an
event we can support that will
reach a lot of people who need
help from the United Way
agencies," said Jack Proctor.
"Melissa and I:have a good
life here and we feel like we
should share our gifts with
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Giving D
way to thank the people who
give to United Way in such a
generous way."
More than 13,000 ser-
vices or individual acts of car-
ing by Madison County Unit-
ed Way agencies were made
possibleby gifts made through
United Way of the Big Bend.
Twenty agencies partner with.
United Way to help people in
Madison, serving needs that
include affordable childcare
for working families, hospice
care for terminally ill patients
and their families, scouting,
services for senior citizens and
much more. Making sure
these services are available
throughout the coming year is
the reason Ann Sapp agreed o'
lead the campaign this year.
"I have given through
United Way for years but be-


inner
fore this year, I never really
realized some of the chal-
Slenges people in need face that
are being met by United Way
agencies. Learning about all
the help that our neighbors get
from the agencies has been a
real eye-opener for ime," said
Sapp. "The Leadership Giving
Dinner is such an important
event for us because it gives
us a chance to recognize and
thank those individuals who
choose to give :these very gen-
erous gifts to the community. I
know we are going to pass our
goal this year and provide help
to even more people in the
coming year."
For further information
about the Madison cam-
paign, or if you would like to
donate, contact Ann Sapp at
973-8700.


Join us for the First Madison Fall Festival to be held on
November 5th from 9 a.m. 2 p.m. Spend an enjoyable day
in Madison shopping for antiques, unique gift items and
fresh produce. There will be live music, delicious food,
games and drawings, in our historic Madison downtown
area.
Madison County businesses interested in participating,
please contact Ms. Pat's Antiques at 973-4009 or Marianne
and Paula at the Madison Chamber of Commerce at 973-
2788. There is no participation fee.
Funding for this ad provided by the Madison Tourist Development Council.


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Our Mother, Grandmother and Friend
October 28, 1933 November 1, 2003
Happy Birthday Angel Mom
It has been two years now since God needed you in his
Heavenly Garden of eternal
beauty and peace.
Though it is still hard for
all of us who miss you and love
you so much, we know we will
all be. together again one day.
Until that time comes, Mom,
you remain in out thoughts dai-
ly and our hearts forever. We re-
member your beautiful warm
smile, gentle touch, uncondi-
tional love and the tenderness
of your sweet and understand-
ing voice. You are and will al-
ways be our hero, our legend
and our precious Angel Mother, Grandmother, and Best Friend.
All our love Mom,
Beth, Sheila, Clarence, Brian and Dustin and all who love
you and miss you, too. "The Loid Bless Thee And Keep
Thee"....Numbers 6:24

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Virginia Adams turned 80 years
old on Thursday, October 27. She cel-
ebrated her birthday last Saturday, Oc-
tober 22, at' Pine Grove Missionary
I.


Baptist Church, with her family and sary on November 15.
friends. Many of Vernon and Virginia's
Virginia, and her husband Vernon, family were' on hand recently during
have seven children, 13 grandchildren, the Pine Grove Baptist Church's home-
and 11 great-grandchildren. They will coming, and were captured on camera
celebrate their 63rd wedding anniver- with them.
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Front roa (left to right : Jared Kinse3, Amber Bass, Anna Collins and Taylor Kinse..
Second row (left to right): Katie Bochnia, Vernon Adams, Virginia Adams, Brooke Bullard. Valerie Bass, Brandy Kin-
sey, Kim Collins, and Wanda Adams.
Third row (left to right): Stephen Bochnia. Ashley Bochnia, KathyAdams, Sandy Bochnia, Grace Elaine Mangold, Gin-
ger Bullard, Cathy Bullard, Joe Adams, Paul Adams, and Jeremy Kinsey.
Back row (left to right): Tony Bochnia, Jimmy Adams, Edwin Bochnia, Steve Mangold, Chris Adanms John Bullard, and
John Bullard III.
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MHS Class of 1955 Holds 50th Reunio


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Alice Sims re-
laxed at the lodge.

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The Madison High School graduat-
ing class of 1955 held its 50th reunion
Saturday October 1st at River Error on
the Withlacoochee River. River Error
is the family retreat owned by the
Hardee brothers, and it is located
halfway between Blue Springs and
Bellville on the Hamilton County side
of the river.
Approximately sixty classmates and
faculty enjoyed this outing. Some had-
n't seen each other for 50 years. Facul-


ty members and spouses included Mil-
dred Bruner, Alice Sims, Carolyn
Adams (Speedball) Edwards and her
husband Howell, and Danatta Jones
Merryday and her husband Crill.
Most respondents seemed to prefer


visiting old friends in this informal at-
mosphere. Other activities included
horseshoes, singing, informal games,
drawing for prizes, and of course watch-
ing the FSU and Florida ball games on
television. Many walked the 200 yards


to see Hardee Springs, which was flow-
ing clear although no one ventured into
the icy cold water. It was a time of re-
newing old friendships along the river-
bank, which most people seemed to en-
joy immensely.


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Reminiscing over the yearbook are Barbara Naughton
Beggs (left) and Margaret Gibbs Deloach.
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Inside the lodge posing for the camera are (left to right)
Betty Ann Surles Sands, Frances Coody Hughey, Jimmy
Hardee, Bernice Guess Bodenstein, and Minnie Lee Bass
Newborn.


Arlon Buchanan (left), Billy Beggs (center), and Norman
Herndon (right) catch up on old times.".

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f Marjorie Cone Bass and Bill) Paschal take in the beau-
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Victor and Velma Nlatthew enjoyed this special event.


Bill 1a;ildrep and Carol Nlusser \\aldrep relax b tlhe
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Jimmy Hardee (left), Jesse Cone, Billy Beggs, and
Brabara Naughton Beggs take a break in the shade.


Jimmy Dixon (left) and Henry
stories and more than a few laughs!


Relaxing together are Betty Ann Surles Sands (left),
Shellie Agner Duran (center) and Jimmy Dixon (right).


Aaron Williams (far left) looks on as the food committee
of (left to right) Frances Coody Hughey, Bernice Guess Bo-
denstein, Beulah Ann "Bootsie" Cone and Betty Ann Surles
Sands, prepare to serve up a feast!


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LEE FIRST BAPTIST HOMECOMING NOVEMBER 61


Lee First Baptist Church will celebrate homecoming on No-
vember 6. Homecoming has traditionally been observed on the
first Sunday in November for over 50 years. Abe Kinsey will be
the guest speaker at the morning service. Other speakers for the
revival will be Rev. Clyde Larrabee, Sunday evening; Rev. Rich
Quackenbush, Monday evening; Rev. Tommy Bussey, Tuesday
evening, and Rev. Steve McHargue, Wednesday evening. There


Happenings At


Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
Such a beautiful fall
arrangement Sunday by Bill
and Karen Stewart in loving
memory of his grandmother,
Maude Stewart. Margaret
Morris said there couldn't be a
large enough bouquet to really
show what a wonderful person
she was. We continue praying
for their Bailey as he is recov-
ering from Lyme disease -
back at work but tires easily.
They also are enjoying Kaila
and Butch's Little One who's
growing too fast. We'll pray
for all of them.
The Spirit among us was
that "in this very room there's
quite enough love for one like
me, enough joy, enough hope,
enough power for all the earth
and enough love, joy, hope,
po\ er for all the world."
Amen' .
Amy Robinson has such a
special voice and touched us
inningg a medley "A Mighty
Fortress Is Our God." For.of-
fertory Chancel Choir sang,
'The Heart of Worship', and
then "You're Always There".
Preacher's message was from :
the Faith Chapter, Hebrews II
about the faith of unnamed
parents the parents of Moses
who defied the edict of
-Pharaoh that all Israelite boy
Babies would be killed when
the\ were delivered, but his
mother saw % hat a goodly
child he was so they hid him
three month and then put him
in a basket in the crocodile -
filled Nile River a very dan-
gerous place but had his sis-
ter watching him. The miracle:
of faith saving power for
God's chosen leader Moses.
God does indeed work in mys-
terious ways His wonders to
Perform.
A 4:00 p.m., Deacon Or-
Sdination/Questioning -of Wal-
ter Copeland. Bill Roberts,
Wayne Wakefield. and' Tom
Zimmerby. We pray God's di-
rection and leadership in their
lives as deacons and their min-.
aistry in the church.
SDanielle Fries sang, "Now
Is the Time" in night service
and Preacher Brad Clark
preached a timely message, as
Preacher Clyde didn't feel
well. Alyssa Blanton and
friend Kyle came forward to
join church and she and two
others are to be baptized Sun-:
day morning.
Last Saturday night some
of our church attended Eliza-
beth Church in the dedication
service for their new Preacher
Philip Holbrook and Michelle
and. Shelby and Marcus who
are prayed for but are certain-
ly missed in our church. Spe-
cial music by our church and
Preacher ClIde brought the
message. Afterwards every-
body enjoyed fellowshipping
and eating..
Pray for both Mary and
Kelly Bailey not being well;
also Linton Willis; Wilbur Pul-
- liam now home and better;
Bill Fourakres with several
problems: Jennifer Joiner:
Tom and Nita Fico; Leona
Gay, who had knee surgery
Wednesday.
We pray for the family of
Albert Brantle\ living near
NMarianna sister Floree ,and
Otis) Williams, Flartie
Richardson, Mary Bell from
-here and sister Grace and
brother Clarence. Clarence
and wife had visited Barbara


Memorial Church of .the
Nazarene on a recent Sunday
night telling of childhood
memories of going there Vic
Edmondson and Gean McCul-
lough are cousins. Also for
Martha and Elwyn McLeoad
and family in the loss of her
mother in Delaware and all
others who are sad.
Again we give thanks for
Awana and the 119 there last
Wednesday and all those in-
volved. They had a Commu-
nity-wide "Fall Festival" (Fel-
lowship Hall) Wednesday
from 6 7:30. Also we are
thankful for all children, youth
and workers. We were blessed
to have a visit from Mr. and
Mrs. JT. Walker on Tuesday.
There's .to be a baby
shower Sunday, the 30th from
5 to 6 for Marry and Judson
Beggs.
A correction' from last
week as Sara Dene said at Pine'
Grove that her brother Oad
and she were saved and later
her brother, Jesse., Reports are
super good homecoming there
Sunday as Ed and Lorena Kel-
ley were honored. ,
May the Lord bless us and
help us know that God is good
and He is gracious.
Amen.


will be special music at all services. Services begin at 7:00 P. M.
Sunday service schedule is Sunday School at 10:30; morning
worship at 11:30, and lunch at approximately 1:00. We invite all
who can to attend. Lunch is scheduled so that you may join us
following your church, services.
Abe was born in Lee and now lives in Crawfordville.
where he is Associate Pastor of Lake Ellen Baptist Church. He
is a recent graduate of Baptist College of Florida, Graceville.
He and his wife, Ann, have three children and one grandchild.
He is the son of Simon and Ernestine Kinsey, Lee,
Lee First Baptist was organized in 1904. The first building
was built with donated materials and by donated labor. At that
time services were quarter-time (services once a month) w ith four
churches in the association sharing one pastor. Services.at Lee
were held on the first Sunday of each month. In 1948 we went
to half-time as we steadily moved forward. In 1953 we moved
out of the old frame building and into a new brick structure. We
also went full tinie. Rev. I. T. Carter was the pastor. As the
church family continued to grow it became evident that w e need-
ed more space and in May 2005 we moved into our new sanctu-
ary. And, as in 1904, this sanctuary was built N\ ith donated ma-
terials and donated labor with only a minimum amount re-
quired for paid labor. Monetary donations paid for materials in
advance of the beginning of construction. The church member-
ship donated much volunteer time and labor at all phases of con-
struction. Raymond Williams, heavy equipment operator, pre-
pared the foundation for the building, parking lot and holding
pond. He also worked daily with his hea~ equipment in oth-
er capacities such as lifting and hauling off trash from the con-
struction site. CAMPERS ON MISSION, a group of missionar-


Bradys To Appear In Concert At


Reapers Of The Harvest Church
By Jacob Bembr .
Greene Publishiing/, ilnt.
The Bradys will appear in concert Sunday. October 29, at 7
p.m. at the Reapers of the Harvest Church.
The Bradys new radio single "Day Like That," which was
penned bN group member Alan Brady is on the group's new al-
bum. Pictures.
Early influences for the group members include the Hin-
sons. the Happy Goodirans and the Rambos, The members grew
up listening to the sounds those groups made and they ha\e tight
harmonies like the aforementioned gospel legends:
Reapers of the Harvest Church is located two-and-a-half
miles west of Greenville on U.S. 90.
Samuel Bass is the pastor. For more information on the
Bradys' concert, please call 948-6751.


GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A o ...igrvgalnon oI lie I' tlih lerlitn hlii'i h in in e.let'v '
12111 N111 II .1h.i ln gli l. 973.-21.92
Rev. John fopwood
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ullunda M An n; \I\1 11\ r-lilp ....... ...... ........... ............... .. I 11 1 1 .111.
%%r 'l hI* 4Hhllip -ullpp rl'l llil Sillily. ........ .................. .....:.. 6 p.ni.11
.iullh (r.illp Isl. 121 (.rad~F....... ..... .................... 11 p.nm.
Cho il I'r.lt t ... ........................ ..... ............. ...... ..............7 :30U i in.
1-llda% M men's PrnaI r nreakfl ................... ....... ...... ..7:111 n.ni.
Liitt Iiidih i I i1 v't'd \ re i th l
GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
IM.'l S0% MainI 41 -rienilllle. 1-1.
94S...233.
Sunday S hIo ll I- Al i 1 rt ......... ..............III( lll a.nl.
Sunday lnrnillg \\ i si.. ip ............. ......... ... ......... ...11 :U0 u Ili
'Sunday I'nrning \\urship...................... ...... .7:1111 p. ..
Sunday- Ii r-schutil. .ludtnl... Adull. Choir rhearrnr .... .5-.l11 p.m.
Wednesday Proe %r hInl Childl, n.
Youth & Adult tllll dr SlidlIr ................. ...............................7:11 p;iL;
First Sunduiay ver ia.iiinih 1 Ih en' Htivlnkil. l......................31... nI a.m.
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LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
S'Pastor Caron Hamn
Lee Floridv Corner of 255 & 90
Sinday Bile Stud .............:45 a.n.
%uimhln) NlM rning uvurl liil ............ .....................................I :10 H.n.
trd IIllle %ludi ........................ ........ ..... ..................... .7:111 p.m .
llcd C hildil n I loIu ll l il isniv ... ....... .............................. ":00l II .11
Wed. Adult Choir ....................................... 8: p.m.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
S Hwy. 255 South, Lee, Florida 97-15585
Richard Qtunckenbush, PI'stor
Morning Worship 9:00( ai.m.
undau. Schniil..... .......................... ............... .... ........ .. 11l:I11 u.nm.
lMoI ing \\i ur.ho p ........1...... I :U a.i
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Youth Group 5:00 p.m.
United Methodist Women
Monday after 1st Sunday 7:30;p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast
Second Sund ....... .... .................8:110 i n.
Mullipl c11eellB Ibihle ludiec / \l a lik>,
"'Connecling The Conmunuity With Chtrist"

MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH
3013 Range.St., Madison. FL.
(352) 361-3055
Pastor Danicl Rigs
-Sunday School 10I00 a.m.
Preaching 31 O0 a.m.
Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.
Love T; lave You Come And Visit Us.


ies who build churches nationwide gave of their time and talents
for almost six months. The only remuneration they would ac-
cept was a noonday meal five days a week and to have their util-
ities paid. They lived in campers on the church property. They
will return in December to enlarge the I. T. Carter Centerand di-
vide the old sanctuary into Sunday School classrooms. We wel-
come them back home with open arms and open hearts. God pro-
vided us with a beautiful ne%\ sanctuary practically debt free.
The pastor of Lee First Baptist is Rev. Caron Harn who be-
gan his pastorate in 1997. He and his wife, Sandra, have three
children and four grandchildren. Jeff Bailey is the church's Min-
ister of Youth. He. with his wife Janet. pro~ ide great leadership
to this program. Jeff and Janet have four children. The church
now provides after-school tutoring and childcare. We also spon-
sor a Hispanic Mission which meets each Sunday afternoon.
God has richly blessed us as \\e continue to move forw ard in His
love.
The church believes that % here there is Unit). there is Peace.
and \%here there is Peace. there is Prosperit. "Finally, be te ill
o onie mindil. lhauiing t Oiinnlassioln one ot ano/thel:....."


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


MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
7'1 NI. (C.lin Kell Hwyv., Madison, FL.
P.O Box 586 -Mad.son. FL 32341
73-1.(,307
It%.. oI onl (4.lass, Pasor
Sunday S.,ol. .... ............ ....
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Wednesday Night Service

MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH


linldlAy School


S'*A Friendly Church" .
SClerry Iake, FL
850.929-4355 -
Rev. .Iohnnuie Merrick, Pastor


Pastorii Sunday* 1st & 3rd Sunday
Youth Church .2nd Sunday
Mission/aitymen 4th Sunday
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHU
3 ,lN.l i.t f (orc ramnlle, FL. Hwy 90
.SSamuel Iass, Sr., Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship
I'c iing WoV -hilp............
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".,tId heern the d 'ba Pt nrtfcovrl ai llyt- fIt) come,
ahely ..ci'e ll wlh onj r''e ri.I ilrd in one place.' Acts 2
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SST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
.108 N. Horry St, 973-8338
The Rev. Ben Pfell Vicar,
Joe Boyles Senior Warden
SndIdU\ 4. hurch Schol. .. .. .. .
' Sunidtl Hou I:ilu ln't. l...........
Mission Board 2nd Sunday
lplscopal Church Women 3rd Sunday
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
S Meeting & Sumter St., 973-2428
Rev. Irnest Sylvestre, OMI
Sunday I I I I
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Masm
Thursday Mass
Saturday Mass

First Baptist Church of Madisi
112 SW Meeting Ave., Madison, Fl o50-973-2547
Pastor Clyde Larrabee
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:(
Sunday Evening Worship 6:0
AWANA Wednesday Nights 5:3
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30


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BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OFTHE NAZARENE
Highway 254
Res. Robert Agner.'"'-ll.,
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
15115 -asa lase -, i.. Madl.,i II 3234111
Phone 973-2887
.Pastor-., Rusty Bryan
Music directorr Minnie Lee Newborn
Sunday School 0:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Church 'I -aninF........... .......... .... .................... .............. 6:041 p.m.
Evening l%,r hip... ................... .........7 (11 n.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7-8:00 p.m.
Family, Nightl Supper., lit ttdnesda.-... ....................... -7;l0 p.ll.
Puppl.-i iI1.ii Sundm%..a!............... ... ............... : 11 111.
GROW Visitation, Monday 6:30 p.m.
aplisi \trh. Bnaptinst lInnen, Music, Youth Children,
nard ru,, ltier I'Jrv prbgratms available
"Where I.ove Has No Limits"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mite north of Madison on 145.
SG '.,. NIr'Ha.i'auU. PIl r sr
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Youih & Childrt.n' Milnni.tIrir.
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-3266
Morning Worship 8:30a.m. & ll:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:0hI0 aUm.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1113 SE Pinckney St., Madison Fl. 32340
SundaySchoo Pastor George Stinson
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
M norninf. \ orship ......... ..... ....... ........ ....... ....... 11.lll'a.m1
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973.6295
Rev. Lee Monroe FerIon, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson. Youth Pastor
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Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30(18:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:00 p.m.
Men's I cllhl lhip lBrekfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
Women'cs arI.. li & Lunch ulst'Monday)...................1200 Noon
Sunday II AM Service Now On WMAF 1230 AM
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HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS


Advice for Children, Parents, Drivers &
Homeowners:
Halloween is a time of great fun for children,
but it can be a little scary for parents and drivers.
Children are often out after, dark, crossing busy
streets and perhaps going to unfamiliar homes.
"With the season's shortened daylight and excited
kids frantically going from neighbor to neighbor,
drivers need to be particularly cautious," said Ray
Palermo, director of public information for Teach-
ers' Insurance Plan. "However, by,following
some simple advice, parents, children, drivers and
homeowners can all have a safe, enjoyable time."
This year Halloween falls on a school day,
which means trick-or-treating is more likely to
take place at dusk or later. If children are out at
night, drivers need to be particularly careful, at
dusk and when driline either o\er'a hill or
around a curve, \ here visibility is lniited Use
high beams to see and be seen.
Trick-or-treaters should always be accom-
panied by an adult or travel in a group. Children
should be, told not to eat any unwrapped'candy.or.
treats until they return home hereee their parents
cain see them. lMaking sure kids ha'e alreaid\ eat-


en before heading out may help.
Parents should incorporate reflective tape
in costumes or add bright colors to increase visi-
bility. Make-up rather than masks should be
worn to help ensure that children have an unob-
structed view of their surroundmgs.
Trick-or-treatersm may be caught up in the
excitement of the day and not be as careful as
they should. They should always cross at covers
and look both ways before crossing. Drivers need
to keep a careful eye on the road and on the side-
walk, in case anyone darts out from between
parked cars.
Children should stay on the sidewalk or if
.none is available, walk facing the lane of traffic,
and they should carry a flashlight. "
Homeo\ ners should clear their yards of
anviting that can be tripped over and be sure to
have a front door or walkw\va light on, and re-
frain from nom decorations that use an. open
flame that could ignite a child's costume. A free
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