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F-'ridav. November 4. 2005


County Agrees

To Pay City

For Lock-Out

Protection
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Commission agreed to pay the
City of
Madis on
$25 per call
for lock-out
service pro-
tection. The
lock-out
service only
AlfredMartin apple" to
people who
are locked out of their homes
and can't get. back inside.
There, is no' protection for
those locked outside of their
cars.
After some discussion
over the possibility of causing
local locksmiths to lose mon-
ey, Commissioner Alfred Mar-
tin, who is also the Madison
Please See Lock-Out, Page
3A

Polling Places

To Be More

Handicapped

Accessible
By Jacob BembrN,
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Linda Howell. Supervisor
of Elections, presented a re-
quest to the
N- Mad i so n

Comm i s -
sion at their
Wednesday.
November
2. meeting.
to make the
Linda Howell polling
places more handicapped ac-
cessible.
She explained that the
mones for the impro ements
could be obtained through
Please See Polling Places,
Page,3A:

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Fri 83/56
Mainly sunny. High
light and vanable.


83F. Winds


Sat 84/S8
11/5
Times ol sun and clouds. Highs in
the mid 80s and lows in the upper
50s.

sun' 85/60
11/6
Times of sun and clouds; Highs In
Ire m;d .80s and lows in the low
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Index


Around Madison County
Church
CIs.vtfieds **
Community Calendar
Farm
Jail Report
Legalh
Obituaries
Outdoors
School
United Way
Viewpoints & Opinions


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Three

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.:
Three sexual offenders
registered at the Madison
County Jail on Tuesday, No-
vember 1.
RandelH Dale Scott, Jr.,
who is rider community con-
trol, fisted his address as 5920
East US Highway 90 in Lee.
His date of birth is May .118,
1979. His qualifying offense
was sexual battery on a child
*' '' ,''


When Kids Incorporated
of the Big Bend celebrates its
15th Annual Night of Champi-
ons on November 17, 2005,
Madison County resident Lu-
cille Day will be among 19 in-
dividuals and organizations
being .recognized as, a 2005
Champions for Children nom-
inee. In addition, Ann Levy,
Ph.D., will be honored as the
Budd Bell Award recipient.
named for the person who
founded Kids Incorporated in
1972.
Ms. Day recently retired
from Madison County Schools
as Director of Early Child-
hood and. Elementary Educa-
tion. She served on numerous
boards in support of quality
early childhood education,.
was a United Way volunteer,
and served as a founding
member of the Madison and
Are4 Management Coalitions;
for School Readiness. Bright
Days. the Kids Incorporated
Early Head Start Center in
Madison is named after her
and she:contirues to. serve as a
Kids Incorporated Board


sister
ii n r 12 years of age.
Scott has a scar on the top
o is head, a tattoo on his left ;.
with a cross arid a tattoo
his leg left that reads ",sui- '
ide."
I A white male. Scott is also
known b\ the names of Rick ',-
Scott and Rick\ Scott. '
Ricardo Aikens. born No- U
vember 22, 1970, is a 6', 150
Please See Sex Offenders, r
Page 3A Ran


Lucile Day
member.
All of the 19 nominees for
Champion for Children
awards have demonstrated a,
significant commitment to
children. The3 nominees
range from a teacher (Burt
Killebrew of W. T. Moore Ele-
mentary) who retired one day
and returned to school the fol-
lowing day as a volunteer...toI
Lt. Governor Toni Jennings
w'ho has been an outstanding
advocate for Children's issues
and earls childhood education.
Another nominee, Beverley
Connors, served as former Di-
rector of the Area Manage-


As Sex Offenders


Ricardo Aikens Warren Justin Hall


Lee Town Council


.,ears Heated Discussion


Over Mobile Home Rental

Tempers flaFeas family wants to rent a
mobile home originally intended for a family member


By Jacob Bembrs
Greene Publishing. Inc.
A heated discussion
Tuesday evening. November
1, oxer the use of a mobile
home rental unit ended w ith
th,' Lee Town a Couiiiil decid-
ing to table the discussion un-
til its next regular meeting on
Tuesday, December 6.
According to information
at the meeting. Sherman and
Cleo Vas\ary had purchased a
used mobile home for their
son to lile in. When he decid-
ed to get married and moe to
Valdosta. Ga. with his new
bride, the Vas'ar\s then
sought permission to rent out
the trailer.
The Vasvarys were told
that the\ couldn't rent out the
doublewide mobile home.
Linder the town's zoning
la% s. the rules state that peo-
ple on land zoned for agricul-
tural use. as the Vasvarys
property is. can put a used
mobile home on the property
for the use of families. If
the\ are zoned in a residen-


Bailey Browning. Lee Town Attorney, listens to Cleo V'as-
vary, as she presents the surveys and other documents done
on a used mobile home which they had placed on their prop-
erty for use by their son. tGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Jacob Bembry, November 1. 2005)
tial area. which allows for col expressed concern about
rental units, the mobile home the legality of the city's Land
must be a new doublewide Development Regulations
unit. and motioned to table the


The Vasvarys said that
they had plunked down about
'$30,000 on the mobile. home
so far and didn't want to lose


problem until the next
board meeting on Tuesday.
December 6. His motion
was seconded by Thelma
Thompson and passed


Councilman Doug.McNi-, unanimously.


Attempted Armed Robbery

Of Newspaper Carriers Fails
By Jacob Bembr
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Two people delivering newspapers for the iladison Counthy
Carrier were victims of an attempted armed robbery on Tuesday
night. November 1.
According to a complaint filed at the Madison County Jail.
the victims stated that while they were at the post office in
Greenville. two black males came from the west side of the post
office and attempted to rob them.
A description of the two black males %%as that they \were
both about 5'9" tall and weighed approximately\ 150 pounds.
One. of the suspects was wearing all black clothes and had a
sweater wrapped around his face. He \as also \wearing eye-
glasses: The suspect was also carrying a Ruger .22 caliber semi-
automatic pistol. which was nickel or silver in color.
One of the victims said that the suspect had trouble trs ing to
load the pistol because he could not get a round in the chamber.
He demanded that the victims give them all of their mone3 or
that he would shoot
The other suspect who was not armed was a black
male, wearing a black shirt and green camouflage pants. He pat-
ted down the male % victim and found no wallet.
When told that neither \ictim had money or a wallet, the
suspects fled around the \west side of the post office.
The victims called the Madison County Jail for assistance.
They were told that there was no one available to respond to the
call. Two deputies were at a domestic call on Highway 53 North.
The victims went to the Madison Counrt Jail and filed their re-
port w ith Deputy Mel Renz.
If \ou ha\e any information on this crime or its suspects.
please call the Madison County Jail at 973-4001.



There is a $2000.00 reward being offered for in-
formation leading to the arrest and conviction of the
suspects.

Lee Woman Arrested


On Fraud Charges
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Lee woman was arrested on fraud charges on Thursday,
October 27.
According to a Madison 'r r
Police Department report, Pa- -- -.
trolman Chris .Cooks was dis-
patched to CVS Pharmac), in > '
reference to a theft.. Upon :
Cooks'arrival, he made contact
with the store's manager and
loss prevention manager.
The manager informed '
Cooks that one of the store's .
employees, Theresa Michelle '
Smith, 27, of Lee, had written
several checks out to the store,
The loss prevention manager A
told Cooks that he would get '
copies of the checks from the Theresa Michelle Smith
main office for Cooks.
According to the report, Smith wrote the checks, knowing
that she did not have the mone\ in the bank to cover the checks.
Snumith said that she rote the checks to :pay bills. She had
Snrtten a number of different checks from March 2004 to Octo-
ber 2005. The checks, along With the fees for them, totaled
$6,278.
Smith was arrested and transported to the Madison County
Jail, where she was charged with fraud.


ment Coalition for School
Readiness (Jefferson. Liberty,
Madison & Wakulla Coun-
ties).
Nominations were sub-
mitted bs the public from
throughout the Big Bend re-
gion and the 2005 Champions
will be voted on by the Kids
Incorporated Board of Direc-
tors and Steve Uhlfelder,,
Night bof Champions Chair-
man, and announced at the
event. ,
Sponsors for the event in-
clude:
Platinum: Capital Region-
al Medical Center/HCA North
Florida Division. Tallahassee
Democrat, I WCTV
Gold: James Moore &
Co.,. Signature Office Prod-
ucts, Smooth Jazz -97.9 FM
Silver: Brandon Moeller
Memorial Fund, Hilly Fields,
Mutual of America, Olson Fi-
nancial Services. Rogers.
Gunter & Vaughn
Bronze: Bill Enright/
Coldwell Banker Hartung &
Please See Lucile Day, Page
3A


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Lucile Day Among 2005 Champions

For Children Nominees


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F ridFay November 4, 2005


It was more tricks than treats for me, as I ended up in the
emergency room at the hospital again on Halloween night.
My blood pressure had gone sky high again. I could feel it
as my head hurt and swam, and I had pain in my left arm.
I had checked my blood pressure earlier at Winn-Dixie and
it had spiraled out of control. I got in my car and drove to the
emergency room to get it checked. I told them I thought the pres-
sure might be wrong on the machine at Winn-Dixie. When they
took it at the hospital, it read "174 over 131."
The nurse said that she didn't feel comfortable letting me go
with my blood pressure that high.
They put a hep lock in me and hooked me to an EKG. They
fed me blood pressure medicine through my ,eins and tried to
get it to come down. The emergency room physician wanted me,
to stay in the hospital that night. I had too much to do the next
day and the day after that and the day after that. They had me
sign some papers, saying that I was leaving against their advice,
instead of staying there. ,
While I was lying there, I tried to concentrate on a story I'd
heard a friend tell. He told about being a child and his grand-
mother taking him to a store right across the road from his
house. The owner of the store would tell him to reach his hand
inside a cookie jar and get some cookies, He said that he would-
n't do it and the owner would reach inside and get the cookies
for him. His grandmother would get on to him for not obeying
the owner of the store. He wouldn't tell her w hy he wouldn't get
the cookies out. One day, his sister asked him %why he wouldn't
get the cookies out himself. He looked at her, and said. "Because
his hands are bigger than mine."
God's hands are bigger than mine. I need to constantly re-
mind myself of that.
Please remember me in your prayers. I need to keep re-
membering those big hands reaching into that cookie jar.


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Reasons To Buy
Friday's !ttltrpin


St. Vincent DePaul

K Catholic Church

Celebrates 100 Years


2. Sirmans VFD

Seeks Volunteers,

To Save

Department.


Madison Garden

Club Hosts, District

Meeting


rrLetters T oraety oorw


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

Thank You To The Citzens

Of Madison Counti
Dear Editor: '
I am writing to express my gratitude to the cihizensf Nladi-
son, Florida during a recent incident.
On Sunday, October 16, I was traveling through 'e area
when my Honda Civic was struck by a Freightliner tract -trail -
er. Witnesses said my car rolled at least four times. My o0 rec-
ollection of the collision is terrifying to recall, and I was rate-
ful to come to a stop and still be alive; miraculously. ,I w: un-
scathed. .
Se% eral people stopped immediately to help me. One 'u-
ple, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wilson, were especially helpful, as I9rs.
Wilson pulled me from the car arid immediately prayed for tre,
thanking God that I was okay. She and her husband gathered niy
personal possessions that were scattered everywhere, and helped
me stay'calm and focused.
Deputy Chris Andrew s was the first law enforcement office,,
to arrive on the scene. He made sure I was not injured and in-
formed me that the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) had jurisdic-,
tion over the accident. but he assured me he would stay with me
until the FHP arrived. Deputy Andrews was courteous and con-
cemed about my welfare; his calming presence was most reas-
suring to me. In the meantime. Sergeant Arthur Deno arrived on
the scene, and these two gentlemen helped coordinate the wit.
nesses, assisted the Wilsons w ith gathering all my personal pos-
sessions out of the destroyed Civic, and helped the EMTs make-
certain that I was, indeed, unharmed.
Upon the FHP officer's arrival, he worked up the accident
report and interviewed the witnesses, and then he informed me
in a detached manner, "you can v. alk up the road to those hotels,
stay at one overnight; and ha\~someone from Tennessee drive
down and get you tomorrow. It/s our responsibility to make de-*
cisions and coordinate your own,way back home." I was
shocked at his cavalier attitua1e to"ards a single female who was
now stranded over 500 mil s from home.
There was no town w'i in walking distance of the accident
scene, no taxi service. nothing except a few hotels and restau-
rants. Deputy Andrew s qerheard the officer's statement, and he
quickly assured me. "lon't you worry; I'm not going to leave
you stranded." "
One addition .very stressful dynamic to the 'whole irtua-
tion is that my m ther has already lost a daughter in a drur k-dri-,
ver accident several .ears agr. and I knew she would be antic
until' got horne.wo I felt it as'necessary to get back to Ten-
nessee as soon as pbosible and reassure her that I was okay.
SDeputy Andrews called his wife and asked her to contact the
Valdosta. Georgia airport to get airfares., flight availability, and
rental car availability. Mrs. Andrews was very thorough and
soon I had several options as to the return trip to Tennessee.
Meanwhile. Deputy Andrews contacted his grandmother to sit
w ith his children. so Mrs. Andrews could drive me to the Val-
dosta airport. Deputy Andrews and Sergeant Deno gathered my
belongings into their cruisers and dro\e me to meet Mrs. An-
drews. where all my possessions -were transferred and she took
me to the airport. While traveling to the airport. Mrs'. Andrews
was very kind and understanding and listened as I spoke of the
terrifying afternoon. She made certain I had appropriate trans-
portation and helped me pack my belongings. She also followed
up and made sure I arrived back in Tennessee safely.
Deputy Andrews, his wife Heather, Sergeant Deno. and the
Wilsons cared for me like I was a cherished guest withinn the
state of Florida. Their kindness and compassion ser e as model
Christian behavior. Further, their concern for me illustrates the
integrity and character of the citizens of Madison, Florida. I am
very grateful for their assistance, and my family is also most
grateful that I was so well cared for during an extremely stress-
ful life experience.
SincerelI.
Esther L. Roberts, Esq.


[leaningIhe Shelf Is R lloyage Of.Discouery
My sister and I are finally attacking a task \we've awaited for
)ears we're cleaning out our mother's cookbooks. And wNhat a
voyage of discovery this has been!
First of all, we're dusting everN book. Then 'iie're going
through each, page by page, and reviecwmng all the little inserts
Mother has tucked there through the eons that she cooked. This
is taking several weeks. simply because we do not want to toss
a scrap of paper that contains a recipe in Grandmother's hand-
writing. Arduous, but entertaining,
I found a letter from my grandmother to my mother. It out-
lined a recipe for removing paint from a piece of furniture. It
probably works. too. However, I'll never know; I do not intend
to remove paint from any furniture. Still, that little letter stays in
the:"keeper"'basket.
What a delight when I disco\ ered Mother's cookbook that
was a gift from her home economics teacher in high school.
Back before she graduated in 1940. It has all kinds of personal
notes and markings, and a few recipes I think I might try.
Then there's the cookbook that \\as a %wedding gift in June
of 1940. That's a treasure: it also contains some recipes I plan to
try
The "toss box has received a whole host of itemscut from
magazine and mailers recipes for Jell-O pudding marshmallow
persimmon cake. raccoon ribs in cane syrup grayy. 17 tasty dish-
es \ith peanuts (a brochure from the Peanut Growers Associa-
tion). triple-decker broccoli salad. You get the idea. These are
dishes my mother never prepared. and I will never cook them ei-
ther. We've, also tossed some cuttings that were replicas of oth-
ers already) sa'ed. But the "toss" box isn't getting much action.
The thrift shop box isn't getting a lot of attention either. It's
so hard to part \' ith a church recipe book that was precious to
our mother because she and Father served there for six years. Of
course. we can tell which books got the most use through the
years, and we will not part \w ith them.
So the give-aw% ay box is filled with little booklets from the
ice-cream makers guild, the bridge-club snack ser ers associa-
tion, and such like. Maybe someone will appreciate them and
enjoy those dishes. They just don't fit in our family's menu.
(Can you picture my brother John sitting dow n to a meal of pigs,-
in-blankets made with Spam and a lemon-carrot Jell-o salad?
Not hardly.)
One reason this task is taking so long 'is that I like to read
recipes. I get ifitothe MNadison Woman's Club 1991' ook-6ff
cookbook, and have a hard time putting it aside. I inherited this
tendency from my mother, which is not bad. It just makes clean-
ing the bookshelves a longer job than it should be.
But,I'll keep stacking a few on the sofa and perusing then
as I watch "CSI." I'll have a good time, I'll discover a wealth of
treasures, and sooner or later, all the books will be dusted and
sorted, and (for a brief time, at least) order \ill reign.
About six months from now, if you need help sorting out
your mother's cookbooks, call me. I'll be glad to help. Whp
knows? We may find treasures in your house, too.










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By:Jacob Bembry
Would you ever loan (not give)

money to.a close friend?


v,


Tom Tuckey:
1My\ first inclination would
be to say "yes." I'd give it
to them if there were a real
need for it; however, I do
also khow that loaning
money to a friend can de-
stroy a friendship.


Phillip Bailey:

I don't loan money.-



Kecia Robinson:

I would loan it. It's
better to be a lender
than, a borrower.


Randy Johnson:

Yes. I would loan it to
a close friend if I had'
any money.



Van McGee:

No. I wouldn't loan it.



Wayne Foust:

Everybody who's ever
worked for me, I've
loaned money to. Half
of them paid me back.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Take A Look At Fall's

Fruits And Vegetables
Each season brings a different variety of fresh fruits and
vegetables to our tables.. Fall is no exception; the rich colors of
autumn foods add texture and appeal to meals as well as nutri-
ents needed for health. Here is a primer of foods to include in
your fall menu.
Pumpkin It wouldn't be fall without pumpkins. A mem-
ber of the squash family, these bold colored vegetables can only
mean Halloween has arrived and Thanksgiving is just around the
comer. A great source of vitamin A, they can be prepared in for
a variety of dishes. Try combining pumpkin with potatoes or
add to your favorite casserole. You can also substitute pumpkin
in recipes calling for winter squash or sweet potatoes. For a dif-
ferent taste, use pumpkin for making muffins, sweet breads or
pancakes.
Pumpkin is highly perishable and must be cooked the same
day it is cut open. To cook fresh pumpkin: cut a pumpkin in half
vertically, discarding the seeds and stringy pulp. Place pumpkin
sliced side down in a large baking side, add water so there is ?"
and bake 350 for one hour. The pulp should be chilled immedi-
ately. Use the pulp within 36 hours or store in the freezer. Pump-
kin puree can be frozen or canned for future use. Call the Ex-
tension office and we will mail you preservation directions.
Sweet potatoes A good source of vitamin C, 1/2 cup also
contains more than a day's supply of vitamin A. To keep mois-
ture in, bake them wrapped in foil. Try eating sweet potatoes.
without sugar or butter; you'll discover a wonderful flavor. Try
cooking sweet potatoes in orange juice and add cinnamon for a
different flavor.
Butternut squash A winter squash, many cooks avoid us-
ing this vegetable because most cooking recommendations re-
quired that you bake it in the oven. It can be prepared in the mi-
crowave and will be ready to serve in less than 15 minutes. It
makes a great soup and :can be substituted for sweet potatoes in
any recipe. Bake butternut squash and apples with cinnamon
and brown sugar for a side dish to ham or poultry.
Pears They begin to appear in September and are available
through December. Popular varieties include Anjou, Bosc and
Red. They can be eaten raw for a snack or added to salads for
.,.an interesting texture and flavor. Pears can be baked in pies or
cobblers for a de.ser. If you are fortunate to have a peaw uec in
the back yard. you may consider preserving some for use
throughout the year or make jams or jellies.
Apples Although apples are a\ ailable year round, there is
nothing like a fresh picked apple. I've talked about them before,
but they are worth talking about again. You may want to take a
weekend trip and travel northward to find an apple orchard, it is
always well worth the venture. Baked, stewed or eaten whole,
apples are a fall staple. Of course, it would not be fall without
candied or caramel apples. To save.time. make a caramel sauce
to dip apple wedges in as a snack or %w hen company is over.
Next trip to the grocery or road side stand, take time to look.
at the produce and see the variety of fall fruit and -,egetables.
Make a point to brine home something nexy to prepare for your
family. There is no better time than your next meal to enjoy the
foods that come with the change of season.
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Great Snakes Alive!
Dad had woke up both my sister and me real early. He
wanted to get down to the creek before the sun rose., "It was the
best time to catch fish", he told us.
The best days I spent with my Dad was when I was very
young, back before he started having sons old enough to spend
time with him. Once he had his sons; he was busy teaching them
how to succeed in life, in business and he started taking them on
fishing trips instead.
But somehow, my sister and I didn't care because by then
we didn't want that "icky worm smell, or fish cleaning job. We
were growing up and beginning to be little ladies and fishing,
and worms just didn't fit in with that..
But today, we were with our Dad on a fishing trip at the
creek., Standing along the banks of the creek, we baited our line
with a wiggling worm. [now the trick was to keep it alive] an'd
make sure it stayed on. the hook; or a cricket. Then we swung'
the line out with the cane pole over the water and let the bobber
let us know when a bite came. When the fish would bite, the
bobber would go Under the water. If you snatched just right, you
would set the hook in the fish and catch it. We used those cane
poles that now only seem like a memory to many fishermen.
"Nothing's better than a good ole' Cane Pole for Catching Fish,"
My Dad would tell us. /
Well it was on one of those fishing trips that I caught a big
.surprise! At first when the, bobber went under the water; I
thought it was kind of' heavy, I just knew I had a real big fish on
the line. However, when I jerked the line up with the pole; to
my surprise there was a huge black moccasin, a snake that had
got hooked. It was squirming wildly. Dad saw I had caught the
snake and came a running as fast as he could. He quickly re-
leased the snake with his knife. It swam off and away from us.
I believe the snake was just as scared as I was. Anyway it had a
lasting affect on me; to be careful when I was out fishing. "It's
like a Box of Chocolates, you never know what your .gonna
catch."


Madison Man Holds


Car Keys For Ransom
A Madison man was arrest-
ed for burglary to a conveyance .
and petit theft oh Monday, Oc-
tober 31.
According to a Madison
Police Department report filed
by Inv. Ben Ebberson, the vic-
tim called the police department
to respond to a residence on
North Washington Street in ref ,
erence to a burglary to a vehicle
and a ransom note, which was -
left at the scene.
When Ebberson arrived,
the victim informed him that on Daimon Taares Hardy
October 29, between 12;30 a.m.
and 1 a.m., an unidentified sub- the victim's keys could be
ject had stolen keys from his found.
truck. Hardy said the key s werein


On NMonday. he discovered
a ransom note in the truck, de-.
manding money for the return
of the keys.
Ebberson checked the
phone number on the ranspm
note and discovered that it be-
longed to a Daimon Ta'ares
Hardy, 30, of Madison.
Ebberson made contact
with Hardy at approximately
10:50 a.m. in the parking lot at
NMcDonalds. He called Hardy
over to his car and asked where


his car and that he had only tak-
en to the keys because he want-
ed get his money back from an-
other subject named "Chicken."
He said that it was all a misun-
derstanding and that he would
straighten it out.
Ebberson contacted the
victim who wanted to press
charges for burglary and theft.
Ebberson placed Hardy un-
der arrest. Sgt. Jimnbo Roebuck
transported him to the Madison.
County Jail.


Madison County...

Jail Report


10/26/05
Susan Lea Smith -
D.W.L.S. Revoked or Can-
celed .- i 1-, ,,.,;i
Cassandra Anita Green
- Forgery, Uttering Forgery,
Worthless Checks
10/27/05
Theresa Michelle Smith
- Worthless Checks
David Dewayne Skin-
ner V.O.P. (County)
Christopher Earnest
Neal .- Criminal Registra-
tion
10/28/05
Roniel Javel Harris -
V.O.P. iCircuitl
10/30/05
Walter Lopez No
Valid or Expired Drivers Li-
cense
Charles Dustin' Green' -
Domestic Violence/Battery.
10/31/05
James Benjamin Ware -
Aggravated Battery with a
Deadly Weapon,Child
Abuse, Trespass .After
Warning
Latisha Renee Cherry -


Failure to appear-Arraign-
ment
Shana Latrice Francis -
V.O.P. (Count) ": .
Larry James Solomon -
Petit Theft
Daimon Tavareg Hardy
- Burglary, Petit Theft
Ryan David Tornero -
Criminal -Registration,
V.O.P. (Circuit) ;
Johnnie Richard Weath-
erspoon Domestic Vio-
lence/Battery
11/01/05
Justiri Warren Hall -
Criminal Registration Sexu-
al Offender
Ricardo Antonio Aikens
- Criminal, Registration
Sexual Offender
Randell Dale Scott Jr. -
Criminal Registration Sexu-
al Offender
Andjuan Donte Mcin-
tyre V.O.P. (County)
William McKnight -
Failure to Appear
Roniel Javel Harris -
.Possession Marijuana more
than 20 gin, V.O.P. (Circuit)


Lock-Out

Cont'd from Page 3A

Fire Chief, pointed out that the majority of people locked out of
their homes are usually senior citizens, who might not be able
to pay a locksmith.
The measure passed unanimously.
In other business, the commission approved plats for two
subdivisions, which will be highly restricted, and located off
Highway 150 North.


Lucile Day

Cont'd from Page 3A

Noblin, Figg Engineering, Graphateria, Uhlfelder & Associates.
Tickets for the black-tie optional event are $100 per person
($1,000 per table) and are available by calling Kids Incorporat-
ed at (850) 414-9801 Proceeds from the event benefit the
REACH Scholarship Fund, providing early education & care fi-
nancial aid to low income working parents. The theme. for this
year's dinner is "Enchanting Possibilities." Kids Incorporated is
a United Way agency that has been building foundations for a
brighter tomorrow through quality early education.


Good morning! Today is Thursday. a beautifully crisp, cool and
typically autumn day and we are glad to enjoy it at home. Tho we
enjoyed our two weeks in Jacksonville, it is so trite but true 'there's
no place like home'- especially home in Lee. As we wrote recently
for the county map, "The little town of Lee....: is where heaven
smiles on earth." It just seems that ttus north central part of Florida
has fewer natural disasters as we write this %we are thanking the
Lord that Wilma, while circling all the'way around, never came
near us. But, we are not lacking in compassion for those less fortu-
nate.


The Lee Community ALee Man, Ray Anderson was run over;
.John Ryan had to be rushed to the hospital with heart problems and
the new Holy Smoke Restaurant is closed; Martha Lou Provan has
been in the hospital; Gail Carter is at the halfway mark in her sec-
ond knee replacement and is about as helpless as a kitten; and,
%worst of all, Mildred Guess and Dot Johnson both passed away -
our sincere condolences to those families: and we've only talked to
a few people so far.
Our first thought was 'I should go back to Jacksonville' but the
second one was, 'all of my family are hab ing problems, too, so I
should stay home and deal with my own which are.so minor when
placed beside all of the above that they can be stored away for a
while.' Isn't it wonderful when one can forget self?
To quote Will Rogers. "we see by the papers" that our hospital
controversy is ongoing, that Green tille was unable to take care of
business due to the lack of a quorum for the council meeting and
that lMike Moore has left us. We're truly sorry to hear that- we re-
ally enjoyed e erything he w rote but we w ish him well wherever he
goes.
Here we wish to compliment Joe Boyles on his 'Stray Vectors'
column,- very interesting. We also enjoyed Mary Ellen's column
this week. Years of working together, living together, lo\ ing to-
g'ether sounds like a storybook romance may you have many more
years together.
Congratulations to Charles and Mary Lou Lasseter on their
fifty years of togetherness: Happy birthday to Tonuny Greene, %who
be the same age as daughter Joan. w% ho will be 67 in November (she
also is a Scorpio, Marn Ellen, and your description is an apt one for
her'; a late happy birthday to Simon Kinsey we hear he had a great
day and congrats to Lee Elementar) poster contest winners.
The Lee Post Office held a pumpkin decorating contest and we
were honored that Mary asked us to be a judge. We and Annette
Bishop the other judge had trouble deciding which pumpkin was
the not only the best over all but the funniest, scariest, sweetest, etc.
Those children have, great imaginations. Julie Crum, age 6,,won
first place and Beyonce,Pullens, age 5, placed second. All entrants
did'an outstanding job on..their pum pi1 'and, Mary appreciates all
of their efforts. She also enjoyed a visit from Corinth Christian
Academy students who came to learn about the post office and bow
they would be able to use it later in life the post office will playa
very important part in their future. And u e all appreciate ) ou. Mary.
We were glad to hear that Myrtice Payne is better and is home again
following quite a stay in Lake Park: that Ray Anderson has greatly
improved and that Martha Lou is home again. Gail Carter wishes
ever, one %who helped her and Willie so much %while she was in the
hospital and since to know how much they appreciate all that wsas
done. Many people gave both groceries and cash. A special thanks,
also, to Re\. Caron Ham and the City of Madison. We add here that
NMadison County is a place %where the good neighbor policy is both
preached and practiced.
With the holiday season now upon us, please take to heart the
following quote ";.. 36 million people are hungry in the United
States, including 13 million children. Parents have to choose be-
tween shelter and food for their children, a decision that no one
should be making." .
And a last tidbit Rev. Richard Quackenbush recently returned
from school where he was taught how to preach! ...
Adios.
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Polling Places
Cont'd from Page 3A
grants and that the work would be done cheaper if they let Al-
bert Lee Barfield and his crew of inmates at the Madison Coun-
ty Jail performs the duties.
Conunmmissioner Ronnie Mooretmade the motion to agree to
the upgrades. Commissioner A Ifred Martin seconded his motion.
The measure passed unanimously.
Howell also requested by Voting Precinct 10 be moved from
the Madison Fire Station to, the County Commission Meeting
Room in the Courthouse.
Moore made the motion to agree to Howell's request. His
motion was seconded by Roy Ellis and passed unanimously.

Sex Offenders

Cont'd from Page 3A
pound black male. His qualifying offense is sexual battery (in-
jury not likely).
Aikens is also known by the aliases of Rico or Ricky.
His last reported address was 901 SW Pinckney Street
(Madison County Jail) in Madison.
Warren Justin Hall, born July 5, 1972, is a white male who
listed his address as the Madison County Jail.
Hall's qualifying offense was lewd and lascivious molesta-
tion of a victim under 12 years old.
Hall's aliases include the name Warren Justice Hall.


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Fi' Leadership Behind The Front Office


Each week, the Mauison Eniteipist -Recorder is feariI'nn a spot-
light on Personnel Development Services (fonneriv tie MAidison-Jel-
ferson Associarion of Retarded Cinztns) and MCHS's ESE iranminin
program.

Past articles about Personnel Development Services (PDS)
have focused on its development as a high quality community
employment service organization, and the accomplishments of
area citizens it serves. Previous articles have also featured com-
munity business establishments and managers who have part-
nered with PDS to employ good workers with support from
PDS.
In this week's "Spotlight," Executive Director, Tim Ressler,
takes us behind the scenes to introduce the members of PDS'


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Board of Directors. These are those special members of the
community who volunteer their interest, knowledge, and exper-
tise to establish the organizational policies and values that have
guided the rebirth of this organization into the strong and vital
community resource that it has become.
Some of the accomplishments that have occurred under
the leadership of the Board during the past three ears are:

Reversed an operation that was in poor financial con-
dition to one of strength.

Shifted accountability from delivering services to
achieving outcomes.

Adopted the "Pursuit of Excellence" as a cornerstone
of operations.

Secured Able Trust grant support for a major employ-
ment initiative.

Started doing business as Personnel Development Ser-
vices reflecting its new role in assisting business to employ.
motivated employees.

Expanded its clientele from persons with developmen-
tal disabilities to persons seeking employment regardless of'
disability.

Entered into contracts to serve referrals from the State
Division'of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Kathleen Braswell: A particularly active member of the Board,
Ms Braswell is employed by the Madison County school sys-
tem. She is known for her willingness to ask "the tough ques-
tions." Kathleen is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors
Carson Cherry: Carson is an executive with Gold Kist.,
Cherry is one of the newer members of the Board who has tak-
en his seat seriously and has established a reputation for offer-
ing sound advice. Carson has a special interest in PDS in that his
daughter, Marci, receives assistance from the organization.
Mary Cood): A teacher in the Madison Count) school sys-
tem, Mary is heavily and effectively involved in the school to


work transition, of students with special'needs. Mary is not only
an active member of the Board, but often collaborates with PDS
staff to facilitate successful job placements.
Lucile Day: A well respected resident of Greenville. Lucile'
has been a member of the Board of Directors for a number of
years. Currently she serves as Secretary/Treasurer. Ms Day is a
former school administrator employee who is presently retired.
Lucile also has a special interest in the organization as she has a
son with a disability.
Stuart Fenneman: In addition to being a member of PDS'
Board of Directors, Ms Fenneman also is a gubernatorial ap-
pointee to the Florida Advocacy Council for Persons with De-
velopmental Disabilities. Stuart is known for her fine organiza-
tion skills and widespread community activities. She recently
ran ior the position of Superintendent of School.
Gary Glee: A long-standing member of the Board who cur-
rently serves as its President, Gary lives in Greenville where he
operates a farm' when not involved with his job with the
Progress Energy Pov.wer Compani. As one of the longest reign-,
ing members of the Board Mr. Glee has,witnessed and support-
ed major organizational development. From the time when the
organization t% as knot iri as the Association for Retarded Citi-
zens/Madison-Jefferson, serN ing only persons with develop-
mental disabilities w within its workshop, to its present status as a
multi-disability ser ice pro% ider. \% ith a grow- ing reputation fot
enabling its clients to become valued members of the communi-
ty workforce.
Ed Meggs: Ed Meggs has served on the Board, for two
years. He is President of Madison County Community Bank and
is highly involved in a large number of community civic actit i-
ties. Among, other interests, Ed brings to the Board special'.
knowledge when it comes to funding and_ financial issues.. He.
takes his role seriously.
Marguerite Page: Well respected within the Madison com-'
munity, Marguerite is one of the more recent additions to PDS'
Board of Directors. She is semi-retired, but still does some work
for North Florida Community College, and has filled in for staff
of PDS' Adult Day Training program v. hen illness necessitated
their absence.

PDS Spotlight salutes these community 1vohiniters for con-
tributing to the growing success of this community se'lice or-
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Kristi Ferrell Cuts Hair


For Locs Of Love
By Jacob Bembry,
Greene Pulbllshing, Inc. .
l Kristi Ferrell, an 11-year-.
old sixth grader at Madison
County Central School, recent-
ly had her hair cut for a good
cause.
Kristi, the daughter of
Scott and Kitty Ferrell. of
SPinetta, wont to Anthon.- and
Comnparn, in Valdosta. Ga.. to
ha' eher hair cut.
"I cut my hair so Icould
give it to two little children in
the Loc's of Love programm."';
she said.
All the children who are
recipients of the wigs in the
Locs of Love program have
some type of cancer.
o
L "I had 21 inchescut' for
twodifferent wigs," she said.


Krisli Ferrell, left, before hating her hair cut for the
Locs of Love program. She is pictured with her mother Kit-
ty. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mary Ellen Greene,
October 28, 2005)
Special Guests To Speak

At The 55 Plus Club's

November Meeting
Don't minuss the No% ember meeting of the 55 Plus Club!! The
programs alItas geared to the interests of seniors are very in-
formative. This month's program %%ill be extra special with
Madison County Sheriff. Pete Bucher and Chief of Police for the
City of Madison. Rick Da\ is. as guest speakers. Sheriff Bucher
will talk on the topic Burglar\ Protection and Chief Davis will
co'er identity Thief. Both topics are constantlN in the news and
seniors need to know ho\ to protect themselves.
The Wednesdai. November 9. 2005 meeting \ill be at the
United Methodist Cooperatime Center. about 5 miles north of
Madison on Highw\a\ 145 and Dill Street at 12:00 Noon. No
reservations are necessary for the luncheon. and anyone in the
comnununity 55 ears old and older is welcome to attend. The
lunch is free of charge, and there are no fees of any kind.
The hosts for the November meeting will be the United
Methodist Cooperative Ministries Board, Bob Searcy,. Chair-
man. The program chairman is Stuart Fenneman. For more in-
formation about 55 Plus Club or an\ outreach ministry of the
UMCM contact the Coordinator. Linda Gaston at 850-929-4938


Kristi Ferrell after her
hair has been cut for the
Locs of Love program.
(Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Lisa Greene, No-
vember 1, 2005)


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Linton Leon Willis, age
87, died Wednesday, October
26, 2005, in Thomasville, GA.
Funeral services were Satur-
day, October 29, 2005, at Beg-
gs Funeral Home Madison
Chapel, with burial following
in Pine Grove Cemetery,
Madison. The family received
friends Friday, October 28, at
the Funeral Home.
He was born in Ty Ty, GA,
and spent all of his life in
Madison. He was a member of
Rocky. Springs United*
Methodist Church, Madison,
and was a Woodman of the
World.
He is survived by his wife
of 54 years, Ila Willis of Madi-
son; one son, Dr. Edwin Willis
and wife, LuAnn, of Donald-
sonville, Ga.; two daughters,
Linda Willis Smith of
Thomasville, GA., and Amelia
Willis Mulkey and husband,
Boss, of Madison; five grand-
sons, Jason Johnson, James
Johnson, David Willis, Daniel
Willis, and Brady Willis; one
granddaughter, Miranda
Mulkey; one great grand-
daughter, Adrianna Johnson;
and one great grandson Jayce
Johnson.



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Jean Jarrett Mid'.ette
died October 30, 2005 at the
age of 75. She is sur\ ived b\
Payne H. Midyette, Jr. her hus-
band of 54 years.
Jean loved all things of
beauty, especially .her family
and her church. She was an art
major at Florida State Univer-
sity and in later years she en-
thusiastically shared her artis-
tic talents by creating flower
arrangements for church ser-.
vices, friends, weddings and
special events.
She was born in Valdosta,
Georgia, but lived in Tallahas-
see most of her life. She loved
Tallahassee and enjoyed being
a part of the history through
her volunteer work at the Mu-
rat House and Goodwood
Plantation. Jean also enjoyed
spending time on the Gulf
Coast 'and at her house on Run-
ning M Ranch in Madison
County:
In addition to her husband,
she is survived by a son, Payne
Midyette, III and his wife Mar-
ilyn, of Atlanta, Georgia; two
daughters, Mary Hill Bish-
opric (and her husband Mark)
of Eden, North Carolina, and
Aren Moncrief (and her hus-
band Ward) of Tallahassee; six
grandchildren, Payne
Midyette, IV, Rebecca Bish-
opric, Will Moncrief, Cather-
ine Moncrief, Scott Bishopric
and Reade Midyette. She is
also survived by a sister, Jan-
ice Jarrett Orr of Richmond,
Virginia, and a sister-in-law,
Alma Jane Whitehead of Talla-
hassee.
The family received
friends at the home of Aren
and Ward Moncrief from 4:30
- 8:30'Thursday. A service will
be held at St. John's Episcopal
Church at 3 p.m. Friday.
In lieu of flowers, memor-


ial contributions may be made
to' Big Bend Hosplice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahas-
see, Florida 32308-5428 or St.
Peter's Anglican Church, 901
Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee,
FL 32303.
Beggs' Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.


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One Sweet Day 4nd ue know eventually we'll be together
Mom, we never told you T One sweet.day
All we wanted to say There was so much we never
now it's too late to hold you, got to show you
Cause you've flown away Assumed you'd always be there
So far Away .i We took your presence for granted,
Never had we imagined But we always cared
giving without your smile Although the sun will never
ng and knowing you hear us, shine the same
It keeps us alive We'll always look to a brighter day
nd we know you're shining dt we I,';.-,, '.,al l / e'"l be together
down on us from heaven One sweet day
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Derwind James
Edgman, age 83, died Tues-
day November 1,2005 in
Madison. M e:m o r i a 1
services will be 2:00 p.m., Sat-
urday, November 5, 2005 at
Midway Baptist Church.
He was born in Conway,
Arkansas, and lived in Miami
before moving to Madison,
and was a veteran in the US
Army during World War II. He
worked as masonry in con-
struction.
One son, William Thomas
Edgman of Pembroke Pines,
Fl, survives him. Two daugh-
ters, Catherine Pippin of Madi-
son and Linda Beasley of
Tifton, GA. One sister, Zora
Jones, of Lee and five Grand-
children and three Great
Grandchildren. He was pre-
ceded in death by his wife,
Grace Edgman.


November 2
Citizens Council of Madi-
son County is asking for assis-
tance in' helping the elderly of
our County. Please call 973-
4241 ask for Elaine Hartley if
you can assist in any way such
as with visiting or transporta-
,tion, cleaning of homes or yard
work, or making up a Holiday,
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November 3
Divorce and. Dating Sup-
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every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Valdosta Library on W6odrow.
Wilson Drive. All single. sepa-
rated, and divorced persons are
invited. For more information,
call 229-242-3797.
November 3 5
San Pedro Church Fall Re-
vival on Ht% \ 14 South will be
presenting "3" Nights Rejoicing
in the Lord on November 3, 4,
and 5 at 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. with
special guest singers. Everyone
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40h Annual Homecoming


tist Church, in Hilliard, will deliver the morn-
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A covered dish dinner will be served im-
mediately following the morning worship ser-
vice in the Fellowship Hall.
Make plans now to join the congregation
for good food and fellowship as they celebrate
this joyous occasion.
Rev. Rusty Bryan is the pastor.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Faith Baptist Church, located at 1135 East
US 90, in Madison, will host its 40th annual
homecoming on Sunday, November 6, begin-
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The "Vocal Editions" of Mayo and Ocala
will bless everyone with special music.
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MAdisoN AcadEMy RAiSES MONEy FOR ThE UNiTEd WAy
I ...I JOE- Sw


The Madison Academy third grade students won the "United Way donation contest" by collecting $44.52, the highest
collection amount of any grade in the school. In doing so, they will be rewarded with an ice cream party, courts) of the
United Way. Pictured back row, left to right: Sarah Baltzell, Miranda Gordon, Magan Jennings, C. J. Burnette, Courtney
Strickland, Amelia Blanton, Ellie Latner, Ashley Arnold, Faith Archambault, and Austin Odom. Front row, left to right:
Miranda McCamman, Erin Barrs, Jesse Smith, Tyler Zimmerly, Chase Roland, Wyatt Hunter, C. J. Hinson, Cristian Ro-
driguez, and Susan Pickles, the third grade teacher. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley. November 2, 2005)


By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Academy students found a unique way
for raising money for- the United Way.,
For the month of October, .each classroom had a jar
that students dropped money in each day. Pennies came in
by the hundreds, along with some nickels, dimes, quarters
and even some dollar bills. Students collected all the
money knowing that their money would soon be donated
to the local United Way, in order to help Madison County
citizens.
When the month jas o\ er. and the money \ as count-
ed, $162.68 \\as raised. The third grade students raised


the most money with $44.52. For their outstanding ef-
forts, an ice-cream party, sponsored by the United Way,
will be given to the third grade students..
Madison County is in the middle of their annual cam-
paign, with a goal of $70,000, to be raised. All money
raised in Madison County, STAYS in Madison County.
This means that all the money, donated to the local Madi-
son County United Wa) fund will stay right here in this
county and be used to help a Madison County citizen.
If you would like to donate to the Madison County
United Way, call Ann Sapp at 973-8700..
Thank ,otu Madison Academrn students.. Your help is
great appreciated!


The Madison Fire Department presented a check for
$500 to the Madison County United Way, following their an-
nual "Boot Drive." Pictured left to right: Fire Chief Alfred
Martin, United Way Chairman Ann Sapp, fireman Earnie
Johnson, and fireman Michael Dupree. (Greene Publishing.
Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, November, 2, 2005)
MadisoN FiRE DEpARTMENT Holds
BOOT DRIVE' FOR UNiTEd Way
By Emerald Kinsley
Gritn Publishig,. Inc.
The Madison Fire Department helped put a kick in the UniTed
Way campaign funds b\ holding its annual Boot Drike.
Firefighters Alfred, Martin, Earnie Johnson;, and Michael
Dupree were joined this year by Lee residents Thomas and Tommy
Jdhnson. The five volunteers took to the streets on Saturday Octo-
ber. 22, from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and collected money for
the local Madison County United Way. A total of $325 was raised.,
During the monthly meeting of the Madison Fire Department,
a vote was taken, and passed, to;donate $175 to the United Way,
bringing the total donation, from the fire department, to $500.0'0.
.Fire ChiefAlfred NMartin said he Nwould like to thank all the
people that donated to their boot drite. "Nlan\ people were drop-
ping in $10's and $20's, and %%e really appreciate everyone for all
their support. We would also like to thank Thomas and Tomm 1
Johnson for coming out and %olunteering their time."


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Friday, November 4, 2005


CATCHESIRI


By Vicki Howerton
0 give thanks unto the Lord;
for He is good; for his mercy
endureth forever.
(I Chronicles 16:14)
For four centuries we in
America have been celebrating
a Thanksgiving to God for his
many blessings. Grateful pil-
grims who had endured incredi-
ble hardships, in the year 1621
declared' a three-day feast to
thank God for his intervention,
his mercy, and his blessings on
their behalf. In 1867 President
Abraham Lincoln declared an
annual national Thanksgiving
Day. This month we will again
celebrate the oldest of all of our
American holidays, and we will
do this with a spirit of tremen-
dous gratefulness to God for his
overwhelming blessings in each
of our lives.
First Methodist Church re-
minds everyone that Christmas
toys and monetary donations
are being collected until the
middle of December. Jean
Brandies, along with several
Christmas volunteers, will
make sure that no family w%%hich
they are aware of will be \\ith-


out a great measure of God's
love filling their lives. People in
Madison give gifts from their
hearts insuring that God's love
is extended to those in our com--
munity who need his special
touch. We are grateful for a very
generous county and a very
generous church. God's love
continues to spill out into every
area of Madison- especially at
Christmas.
The annual Cluster Charge
Conference will be held at First
United Methodist -Church on
Nov. 12, 2005.,This will include
business meetings for our,
church as well as Cherry Lake,
Hanson, Pinetta,. Greenville,
Rocky Springs, and Hickory
Grove United Methodist
churches. This begins at 9:30.
Please plan to attend. You will
find out what each church has
accomplished over the past,
year, and you w"-ill hear many
new exciting plans for our up-
coming 2006 ministries.
Keenagers Club w ill be in
for an extra-special treat this
moith. A fun. and festive
Country -Western Dinner w ill be
pro% ided at the Stewart family's


wonderful Rjverniew Lodge on
the beautiful Withlacoochee
River. Please contact Agnes
Studsill or Alice Sims for reser-
vations for this spectacular
evening of great food and cele-
brating the beginning of our
holidays ,with a delightful party
on the river.
Miss Robbie's Circle will
be gearing up for the holidays
with a delightful and festive
brunch %which \\ill be held at
the beautiful home of Donna
Fraleigh. This \will be on No\.
12th at 10:00. Please plan to at-
tend. The circle members re-
mind e\er.one that the fantastic
cookbooks are still for sale, and
they make excellent gifts!
All Middle School students
are invited to a retreat at the
Hardee Ri\er House on the
Withlacoochee River the first'
weekend in November. "River
Error" is a grand campsite en--
joyed by man\ generations of
family and friends of the Hard-
ees through the years. Now it
w ill be the special campsite for
a retreat for our youth .Get your
permission slips in and join Pas-
tor Brian and others for a week-


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Dennette Cruce, Thomas Thigpen and Benji Dyal

Special Guest Singers each night!

EVERYONE IS INVITED!


BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
15115 Fas.it t.. Sl..1 ladi-on h-I.. .234.41
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Music )irctlor Minnie I ct Neabuarn
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Church training 6f:lli p.m.
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nliod Full -.1/ter Ftgif programs a udableh
"Where Love Has No Limits"

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH"
One mile north of Madison on 145..
Steve MeHargue, Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music Director
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries.
Nlile \oun l Adult ,innikltr
Officc ; 97.-3269.
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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Evervote is welcome to allt events


in so many w\ays day after day
-and .es. hurricane after hur-
ricane. Many lives are being
touched as they not only hear.
but also experience this gospel
of love!
We pray for our Country
this Thanksgiving. We pray for
families "who have lo\ed ones
right in harms %vai-and those
who have lost family members
in the war %which continues. We
pra\ for churches and for re-
vival which is s\wveeping the
country. NBC's "Dalcline" re-
cently did a special on this ver\
topic. The gospel continues to
go forth, and we in Madison
continue to do our part to make
sure it keeps happening-all over
the world.
We do ha\e so much to be
thankful for...... Love God and


end at the river. The youth re-
trear w'll begin on Saturday
No\. 5th at 8:30 and end No\.
6th late afternoon. The focus
will be on setting prioriaes. Join
this great group for an exciting
weekend adventure possibly
around the roaring campfire. If
sou are a middle school student
and \would like to attend, please
see Pastor Brian today'
The United Methodist
Women will have their regular
monthly luncheon meeting in
the Fellow ship Hall on Novem-
ber 7, 2005. Our special guest
w ill be Debbie Bass. Debbie
\ ill be gi\ ing her personal tes-
timony of "Thanksgiving from
the Heart." Her family recently
lost e erything in a house fire.
However. there is still so very.
much that Debbie and her fam-
ily are so \ery grateful for.
Come and listen to Debbie as
she tells how God's lo\e has
miraculously brought them
through this life-changing
event in their lives. Be\an/Par-
ramore-Hadden/ Paul Circle is
in charge of the luncheon and a
nursery will be provided.
Please remember also to bring
your non-perishable items to
this meeting. Many people in
our community depend on
these gifts of love to manage
through the month.
We all extend our gratitude
to Re\. Charlie Peck. Ron and
Doris Hids, and their many
helpers-also to Roy Hibbs and
Stephen Pike and other drivers
\ ho have taken so many tricks
from our Madison Depot to the
Gulf Coast and most recent to
South Florida. They truly repre-
sent God's love in action. Their
helpers are far too numerous to
mention, but \we are grateful for
people who model the tender
compassionate heart of Christ


love others. Those seem to be
general orders of the Kingdom
of God and special orders for
the Body of Christ. We cele-
brate that love which %we all ex-
perience dailN. As we read our
Messenger publication this
month we say to our beloved
Pastor w ho %aill retire in June
that we'll lei you retire if you
must, but you and Karen can't
leave us........not to go too far.
You have blessed us. and you
both continue to be a blessing
to us; for that %we are grateful!
Happy Thanksgiving from
the people of The First United
Methodist Church in Madison.
Come and isit %with us
A.S.A.P. The holidays would
be a %wonderful time to join our
celebrations!...... You're invit-
ed!


9Madiso

By Nell Dobbs
"The Goodness o
How Wonderful! Ho
\elous' How Great!" Pi
message wa-as from Ro
about "The Goodness o
What a Spirit-filled
What a huge crowd!
came to rejoice xwith
Blanton and Cassie [
they gave their testimoi
sus sa\ ing them. Preac
tized Alissa and Preaci
baptized Sweet Little
Hannah Zimmerle\ %\
and her Dad said she w
sick and sad not to be a
baptized. \We will pray
them.
Liane Wakefield bl
singing: Chancel Cho
with igor the "Old F


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GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
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9-I. 2.15.
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%cla \dull t hoir ........... ........ .... ............ ......... ..... 0111 p.m .

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
H%%. .25 .luuill. L.ee. I.Inrida q7 I '.8-S
ilhni d Qu.ackenll-h. I'.Palr
M morning 'nr-lilp......................... .......... 9:llll il.an.
S mn rl.a Schiuo l.......... .......... ................ 11.1111 ..nm .
i ornlnga i \orship....................... I 1I :U :i.a n.
Sund.la I ning worship. .. ...................... .......... ... ........ :.3ll p.m .
liuIlh mGa mup ...S:I1) p.m.
l.'nild aieNindlmsni aonmen
M onday afle I.si 'mnmdai..................................................... 7:. p.m.
Mel,' I olluoship Ilre|:[lail
Second Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
"Coutnocling The Commutnity Wilh Christ"

MADISON OAPTIST CHURCH
-3)3 Riange St.; Madison. FL.
(352l.." lti155
Pusn r louluil Kin.,
Sunday )l. .. ............ .. I l ..III.
Pr'a lnr i ........ ........ ........ ............. .......... :11 : l m a .
,unda I.,eninp. .............. .... ........ 6: llV pt.m .
,%c ld ni* th. e S, r f al. ........... ....................... ........... ................7:il1 p.nl.
Love To llare You Come AAid Visit Us.


MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
771 NIl Cnln klells ll)y., Madison, Fl..
P.O Bo. 586 Madison, FL 32341
S '73-.6307
Ne. limn I( ;lass. Pastor
uM nlia Sell.mm ........... ....... ........ 10
M orniin) W% ,n-ship ..... ..... ...... ... .... II
I' inng %g ,on.h p .................. 6
1%' dnEsda' Nigihl Sertc t .........

MT, ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
Sn'\ Iirmdlh Church"
S, trn I uke. FL
~5 1).1a2-4355
., t +..I nliautmL MeI rrick, Puslor
unlld el al. ... ................... 10
IPaioral Suiidui I'1 & .rd Smidua' 11
'tanilh C hlircl it Sunil ...... 11
Ni'sin/I tu ml'n -4111 mlindau, 11
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHUR
3 IMlis %ch.I Olf (.;inville. FL. Hwy 90
Sainmuiel taim'.. Sr.. Pastor
Siund.n SclIoIl 10
Al aniigin \ oN r hipm........................ 11
I' nlii \\m l p. .....
NCdn.llL',dv Nilphl "crvIC 7
'A tund Ihil dit dAn otf Pe'ntecosl t as fully come.
their n errt all Iith /etI teca.rd an one place." .14cs 2:1
Everyone is always welcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
111 N. Hoi n .%St., 973 8338
I hIll Re. IBln Pfell Vicar
Joe Boyles Senior Warden
Sunday Clhircli 'chuol ........ .. 10
Sunday I lol lF'uhlmarlKs 10
M mission Board 2nd unda% ..... ... .. ........... ...............1 1
i.piscolpal Clurcit WVomen 3rd Sunday 1]
Visitors always welcome
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & Sumter St., 973-2428
Rev. Ernest Sylvestre, OMI
Sunday 9
Monday. Tuesday & Wednesday Mass
Thursday Mass 7
Saturday Mass ,

First Baptist Church of Madiso
112 SW Meeting Ave., Madison, FI 850-973-2547
Pastor Clyde Larrabee
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00
AWANA Wednesday Nights 5:30
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30


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Nledles": Great message. We
f God!" welcome Shirley Prentiss into
"N Mar- our Watchcare and have been
reacher's trul\ blessed to have her in the
omans 3 choir and singing specials. We
fGod!" pray for her. her David. her
service! Marl Ann and her husband
NMan\ Richard. Chaplain at the NMadi-
Alssa son Correctional Instirute that
Davis as souls % ill be saved and lives will
n\ of Je- be changed.
'her bap- Reports are 250 attended
her Brad the Awvana Fall Festival last
Cassie. Wednesday night. We are so
Aas sick thankful and ask everybody to
as really continue praying for this Bible
ble to be Teaching/Learning arm of our ,
for all of church.
;A good baby shower Sun-
lessed us da\ afternoon for Mr. and Mrs.
oir sang Judson Beggs! Fifth Sunday
Religious night sing %\as great.
Tuesday Senior Adult Choir
sang at Madison Nursing Center
at 6:30 there was a meeting of
the'. Ifornmer Baptist Young
S -, ,.. R a'
SWomen's Group w ith h6pes of
and. prayers for restoring it.
fl How thankful for all in-
volhed in SAM as the\ met
Wednesday for lunch and meet-
ing as they reach out to others.
b0 Sunda\ the 6th at 8:00
there's to be Deacon's Breakfast
Meeting. In the 11:00 ser,,ice
these newly selected/elected
Deacons "will be ordained: Wal-
ter Copeland, Bill Roberts,
Wayne Wakefield, and Tom
Zimmerly. Bless them and their
fanmlies and their ministry in
church and community. Amen.
There are so many in the
need of prayers the family of
staunch, stalwart servant of God
Linton Willis. He'll be re-
membered for so many reasons -
as one of a quartet w\ho sang at
many a funeral, as one %who
: .lo\ed and cared for his farruly -
his parents, his sister Cleo, his
sister Edith and family, his very
wonderful loving ha. their three
):o0 a.n. children and families. May all
:00 a.m.
:50 pm. be comforted.
7:00 p.m Also there are many among
us ill and distressed Debbie
Bass's friend, Dan, Wagner,
whose life has:been changed and
S... directed in marvelous ways;
i: 15 a.m. Leona Gay recovering from
:15 a.m.
:1 a.m. knee surgery and her husband
ICH Jake; for both Hettie and Gordon
Selman; for Judy Phillips who is
:00 a.m. home from surgery at. South
:00 a.m. Georgia; for our Jesse still; for
:30 p.m Lois Wainwright's Great Grand-
, son Micah in Virginia; Martha
Davis (in our church Sunday),
H i Marjell who \v as taken to South
Georgia Sunday afternoon by
ambulance and as two nurses
:00.m a ..Lori and Lesa from the Cardiol-
00 a.m. ogy Department said he had a
:00 a m.
pacemaker Monday instead of
going to meet the Peacemaker!
Neat, eh! And how thankful we
are! Preacher also said "We are
:0 0a.m. the salt of the earth" and we ap-
7:30 a.m.
7'30 a.m. preciate that even more right
5:30 p.m. now since he can have no salt -
n 'almost tasteless. May the Lord
help us be salt and light! Amen.
a.m. Happy 93rd Birthday on
p.m. November 1st to Mildred
p'm. Bruner. She gives thanks her
eyes are better. What a blessing
she is and we pray for her.


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TWO FLORIDA AGRICULTURISTS RECEIVE


FLORIDA FARM BUREAU'S HIGHEST HONOR


Bob -Searcy 'and .'Ben
Whitty both of Madison
County, redeivedBo Distin-
guished Service Awards from
the Florida Farm Bureau Fed-
eration during the Federation's
annual meeting October 12-
14, 2005 at Disney's Corona-
do Springs Resort.
"The Distinguished Ser-
vice Awards recognize indi--
viduals for lifetime achieve-
ment in agriculture and leader-
ship in the industry, and com-
munity," said Florida Farm
Bureau President Carl B.
Loop Jr. "It is the highest hon-
or our organization confers."
Searcy moved his family
from Indiana to Madison
County more than 50 years
ago. He has been involved
with the Madison County Bob Searcy. left, of Lee, receives the Distinguished Ser-
Farm Bureau for most of the vice to Agriculture Aard from Carl Loop. Florida President
years since. He has served as of the Farm Bureau.
president, vice president, sec- been invohed with the Gideon to be used in schools for Ag in
retary and treasurer as well as MNlinistry for 30 years. Bob is a the Classroom.
a member of the board. He is strong supporter of youth ac- Whintt. a native of Nladi-
actie in the Lee United tivities and constructed from son County received his Mlas-
Nlethodist Churdh i;,n! h8 "r'tch the R'.d LLdiig Bar'i' terFs'Degree firm' the Uhi.'eri-


Ben Whitty, left, a former resident of Lee, receives the
Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award from Carl Loop,
Florida President of the Farm Bureau.
tr of Florida and Ph. D from tant professor in the Agrono-
North Carolina State Universi- my Department. During his
ty. After a tour with the U.S. distinguished career, he con-
Army. he returned to the Uni- ducted research on tobacco
\ersit) of Florida as an assis- production and %%as a leader in


%working on blue mold and
sucker control. Through his
career, he interacted with
county personnel and produc-
ers. He also coordinated de-
partmental Extension publica-
tions and edited fact sheets
and a departmental newsletter.
He retired in May 2005.
The Florida Farm Bureau
Federation is the state's largest
general-interest agricultural
association \ ith approximate-
ly 40,000 member-families
statewide. There are Farm Bu-
reaus representing 64 counties
in Florida, where agriculture
comprises a stable, vital fouri-
dation of Florida's economy,
rivaling the tourism industry
in economic importance.
Headquartered in Gaines ille,
the Federation is an indepen-
dent, nonprofit agricultural or-
ganization and is not associat-
ed with any arm of the gov-
emrnment. More information is
available on the organization's
website. http://FloridaFarm-
Bureau.org.


Jeffery Hamrick

Wins Florida Farm Bureau's

Young Farmer r Rancher Excellence Award
Jeffery Hamrick wins Florida Farm Bureau's
Young Farmer & Rancher Excellence in Agricul-
ture Award. Jefferp Hamrick will represent Flori-.
da in the national Young Farmer & Rancher Ex-
cellence in Agiculture competition at the Ameri-
can Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting at L
Nashville. Tenn. in Januarr 2006. The Excelleoce
in Agriculture Award is an opportunity to recog-
nize farmers and ranchers under the age of 35
who do not derie the majority of their income
from an owned agricultural operation. He re-
ceived the state award October 13 at the Florida
Farm Bureau Annual Meeting at the Walt Disne\
World Coronado Springs Resort. Hanrick col-
lected $1,200 as winner of the Florida competi- Jeffery Hamrick. left, receives the Young
tion. Participants arejudged on their inolhement Farmer and Rancher Excellence A'ward from
in agriculture, leadership ability, involvement and, Carl Loop. Florida President of the Farmn
participation in Farm Bureau and other organiza- Bureau.
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"Many people are involved in agriculture,
but may not be full-time farmers," said Florida'
Farm Bureau President Carl B. Loop, Jr. "Mr.
Hamrick provides a \wonderful example of \oung
people who, through their work, provide vital
support for the industry through their professions
and volunteer acting iues.
"Hamrick works with his grandfather and un-
cle, operating a 2,140 acre farm with an addition-
al 620 acres of rented land. Their crops include
perennial peanut hay and timber, and 220 head of
cattle. He also .works for Boatwright Timber in


*e capaciN i oi foreman, w ere ne o% ersees-- r. -
ber harvesting, planting and prescribed burning.
Hamrick has also served on the board of Madison
Farm Bureau and chaired and served on various
committees.
Hamrick attended Aucilla Christian Acade-
my and graduated from North Flonda Communi-
tyCollege with honors.
Florida Farm Bureau Federation is the state's
largest general-interest agricultural organization
with approximately\ 140,000 member-faiities,
state ide. For more information on the annual
meeting. visit http://floridaFarmBureau.org..


Jerry Davis Named


Forest Stewardship


Landowner Of The Year
By Jacob Bembr,
Greene Publshin,, Inc.
Jerry Davis was chosen as
the 2004 Forest Stewardship L t-
Landowner of the Year.
A tour of his property as
held on October 14. Guests as-
sembled at 1:30 p.m. for the .
tour, which took them around
the 1.934-acre property.
Davis purchased the
acreage from International Pa- -. : ,
per Company in 2001. He be- -' .
gan making imnpro ements at
the site, which is located just ""
off High" av 53 South...: '' "'
Ferrell Robinson. manager
of the property. and Da% is used
the technical assistance and .
educational programs provid-
ed through the Forest Steward- -
ship Program. They have pro-
ducdtively managed the proper- Jerry Davis, right, owner of Lost Pond Plantation, was
ty for wildlife, timber, recre- recognized as the Forest Stewardship Landowner of the
ation and aesthetics. Year. He is pictured with his manager, Ferral Robinson, left.
Davis was certified as a Forest Steward in August 2003. Since then, Lost Pond Plantation has
become one of the finest examples of long-term, multiple-use forest management in Florida.
After the tour. a sponsored supper %%as served at the site.
For more information on the Forest Ste%% hardship Program, please call Chris Demers at 352-
846-2375 or email him at cdemers@ifas.ufl.edu.


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HUNTING & OUTDOORS


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FWC Spring Turkey
Hunters looking to -do
some turkey hunting on Flori-
da's wildlife management ar-
eas during the 2006 spring
turkey season need to apply for
quota hunt permits beginning
at 10 a.m. (EDT) Nov. 2.


Quota Hunt Applica
Quota hunt permit work-
sheets are available: on the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission's
iF\\Ci Web site at'
MyFWC.com/hunting under
"Quota Hunts." Worksheets


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New merchandise arriving weekly!
Gifts for all ages and all occasions!
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ltions Now Available
also are available at county tax
collectors' offices and at all
FWC regional offices. ,
Spring turkey quota hunt appli.-
cants must apply through.
FWC's Total Licensing System,
(TLS). Applications are no
longer accepted by mail. You
may apply -via Internet at
wildlifelicense.com or turn in
your completed worksheet to
any -tax e,olleptor or license,
agent, and the\ \\ill submit it
for you.
Applicants must apply by,
11:59 p.m. (EDT) Nov. 11 to
be included in one of two ran-
dom drawings. All applicants,
regardless of when they apply,
have the same chance of being
selected as long as they are,
turned in within the application
period.
Hunters, w ho were includ-
ed in the random draw ing last:
year and not issued a. quota
hunt permit. \ ill be included in
this year's first draw ing.
known as the preference dra-7,
ing.
.Applicants w ill receive. by
mail, either a spring turkey
quota hunt permit or a-rejec-
tion notice prior to the begin-
ning of Phase 2 of the selection;
process, 'on Dec. 14. Rejected
applicants will be eligible foIr
the preference drawing the fol-
lowing \eai and may re-apply
in Phase 2 for 'any. hunts that
were not filled during the ran-
dom drawings.
Hunters also.may apply as'
a "group" during Phase 1. The
group leader must apply first,
and the group's number will be
printed on their receipt. Each
person wishing to join the
group must 'also apply using
this' same group number, as
provided by the group leader.
For more information on
how you can apply for these
spring turkey quota, hunt per-
mits, visit N IN FWC.com/hunt-
ing. .


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Dear F armer, .
Please be advised that on Monday November 7, 2005, from 8:30 am until 12:00 noon, a
cooperative extension program of the uini\ ersities and the county, will be giving away sugar-
cane seed stock. There are a total of 18 varieties, which include 16 varieties of syrup cane and
2 chewing cane varieties.
Each registered person is allom ed to cut 20 stalks of each variety. You. will need to bring
your own cutting instruments to harj est the cane. For those who pass. through agriculture
checks with the cane, a disclosure statement will be included iih each registration packet.
The event will take place at North Florida Reseaich and Education Center in Quincy. on
Monday, November 7, 2005, starting at 8:30 am until 12:00 noon. It is advisable to arri \ e ear-
ly, because it will be on a first come first serve basis. A registration fee of $5 00 \\ill be
charge. For additional information contact the Gadsden County Extensi6n Service at 850-
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Thursday, Nov. 3
Pow er Country Fair Kickoff
4 pm to close I Free Gate,,$10 armband'

Friday, Nov. 4
Midnight Madness
5pm to 10pm (Tickets)
Earl% Bird Midnight Madness
8:30-2am i $20 Armband),
Midnight Madness 10pm 2am ($15
armband)


Saturday. Nov. 5
Saturday\ Matinee Discount
Maunee 2 6pm ($10 armband
w/$55 coupon) .
6 to close i 15 Armband)


Sunday, Nov. 6
Family Day
2 pm to close $ 10 fair Admission, includes
armband or
Fair Admission $5 only, no Armband)


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Monday, Nov.7
Buddy Night. 5 pm to close
(One person pa. s \%ith tickets
the other rides free

Tesday. Nov. 8
-Lake Cit\/Chamber of Commerce,
Night
5 pm to close i Dicount Tickets) 5-7
PM
S Free Admission


Wednesday, Nov. 9
School Day
5 pm to close
($13 armband w ith $2 off school
coupon)

Thursday. Nov. 10
S&S Food Stores Night at the Fair'
5 pm to close (Free Admission with S&S
.Coupon, $15 armband


Friday. Nov. 11
Midnight Madness and Military Da\
5pm to 10pm (Tickets
Earls Bird Midnight Madness 8-30-2am
i $20 Armband
N Midnight Madness 10pm 2am i$15 armband

Saturday. No%. 12
Satirda\ Matinee Discount
Matinee 2 6pm i$10 armband (/$5 coupon)
6.6t close ($15 Armband


Also, information on some of the sales & sho\\.
Open Rabbit Show
Rabbits must be 8 %weeks or age or older.
Rabbits % ill be checked in on
'Monday. Nov. 7. from 1-4p.m.
OPEN & YOUTH POULTRY SHOW
Poultrv will be checked in on Monday,
November 7. from 1-4 p.m.

Time and dates subject to change k without notice.
Our calendar \v ill be updated as more informa-
tion becomes available.


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Sugar cane grinding time is here again. Syrup making
used to be a much greater industry here than it is now. Back
in the depression days and even until the World War II
boom, syrup \%as legal tender for newspaper subscriptions
as well as other goods.
The Oak Hill HD Club voted to sponsor the Annual
Fruit Tree Dri\e. Mrs. Tommy Hammock \\as hostess and
Mrs. Zipperer helped with social hour of soft drinks and
cookies.
3 Green\ ille \ ill obser' e Veterans' Day at the Green ille
N Methodist Church. The Greenville High School Glee Club
. ill furnish music: Miss Strong is the music teacher.


November 5, 1965 Edition
Members of Madison High School Red De\ ils Foot-
ball Team ha\e chosen Miss Melissa Lee, member of the
Senior Class, as their Homecoming Queen. Her attendants
x ill be Miss Mary Helen Karstedt, Mhss Jeannie Brinson,
Miss Betty Fraleigh and Miss Beverly Hughes.
James Thomas Jr. of Greenville \ as commissioned an
S Armym Second Lieutenant after graduating from the Offi-
cer's Candidate School at the Artillery and Missile Center,
Fort Sill, Ok.
Florida is allotted 55.288 acres for production of the
1965 peanut crop. There \ere 20 peanut farms in the coun-
ty with allotments totaling 231.6 acres.


October 31, 1975 Edition
Cherry Lake Ci% ic Club met in the recreation hall with
28 present. Miss Sally Wilson presided. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Roff were presented a plaque for 1974 as the outstanding
Homestead Family.
Emanuel McGhee is a 1972 gradate of Madison High.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy McGhee. McGhee is
the center and defensive tackle, All Conference Lineman,
Defensive Lineman of the Year and captain at Tuskegee, Al-
abama where he is majoring in industrial art.
Another Grand Champion for Wiley Blair of Greenville.
The award was for the adult swine show at North Florida
Fair in Tallahassee. His 225 pound Yorkshire Hampshire
crossbreed hog entry won the Grand Champion award. -


October 31, 1985 Edition
Navy Seaman James L. Bailey, whose wife Brenda is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Benefield of Greenville.
returned from a cruise aboard the aircraft carrier USS Con-
stellation. He joined the Navy in 1985.
Mrs. Home ga\e years of dedicated service to the chan-
cel choir and a party hosted by member of the chancel choir
honored her. Over 150 of her friends joined her in this cele-
braidn in her onor..
Chris Baeli sho\ ed the Town and County Homemak-
er's Club how to crochet a lovely bolo scarf when they
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-_ The City of Madison is accepting PART-TIME LIBRARY AIDE II' rW
e* H l an te applications for a full-ume Fire- M.IADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY
fighter Aith the onlo0 sing qualt fi- ww
H cations. Applications must be at Madison County is currently seek-. wW


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

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

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-
sultant 973-6131




Yard Sale November 12th
8:30am Until ?
Madison Nursing Center (by the
High School). Assorted Household
Items, Crafts, Chances on a Quilt
and more! Don't miss this one!!
Wilkinson Warehouse Sale
We are MOVING!!!
Everything Must Go!
Saturday, Nov. 5
Doors Open 8am 12 noon
1701, West Gordon Street
Valdosta, GA
Call for directions
800-633-2215
Yard Sale

Deerwood Inn, Right at Jim
Clark Rd, cross bridge, 2nd dri-
ve on left. 3800 SW Jim Clark
Rd.


Two Family Sale 8:00 Until ?
Fri. Nov. 4th & Sat. Nov. 5th
932 & 954 Cattail Drive. Antiques,
Household Items, Baby Items, Col-
lectibles, Glassware. Left off Hwy
6 onto Cattail Dr, approx one mile
on right
4 FAMILY YARD SALE
SATURDAY NOV. 5TH
: FROM 8-2
AT VON'S AUTOMOTIVE 1108-
E. BASE ST. ITEMS INCLUDE:
CLOTHES, TOYS, BOOKS,
HOUSEHOLD,. BEAUTY SA-.
LON EQUIP. AND PRODUCTS,
AND MUCH MORE!


Garage Sale
Fri. 41h & Sat. 5th
9:00 am Until -?
(Junction 221 & 360) Watch for
signs, Household Items, Antiques.
Clothes and More
Sat. Nov. 5th,
8:00 am until ?
Yellow Pine subdv.
follow signs.
Christmas Gifts, Microwave,
Cookware,' Wicker Fum. Set, Jew-
elry, Winter Clothing, Toys, Shoes,
Wallets, Handbags, World Series
Watches, Household and Christmas
Items, Books, Sports Items,
Women's London Fog, Men's Kil-
bum & Finch 100% Wool Coat,
Every item either new or very clean
and in great condition. Don't miss
out. Tis The Season!





Chief Canoe w/trailer
$500 464-0522


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


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Doberman AKC
Grand Champions
Healthy, Good for breeding or
wonderful watch dogs. $250,
850-673-1117 or 973-4073.


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


0outlhem Villas of

C (1adison apartments

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


Greenville Poiite

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 Opportunit3
Office or Medical Space
Approximately 4,000 square feet
of newly remodeled professional
office space. Includes 10 office
exam rooms, conference room,
storage room, break room, and
.' airing area. Conveniently located
in downtown Madison, Fl. Ideal for
office or medical related space. For
Lease. Searcy Realty
(850) 973-4049 or (850) 973-5498.
Jim or Vivian Searcy
For Rent. Three bedroom one
bath home. Miles from Madi-
son. $600.00 per month,
contact Jay Davis at:
850-464-1066.

2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath mobile
Some. uFni0e ud-
3"5 4 1' . ..


Small Efficiency House
One person only. For someone who,
likes a quiet & private place. Two
miles from the city of Madjson.
Call before Spm
.850-973-6991



Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highv.ay frontage-23
acres. Crner lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Dri'e and High-
wa% 5"3 South. Natural gas line.
8 inch v.ater main, access to the
ca utilities, fire hydrant. and
service from two pow er compa-
nies. Property\ ha., eas access to
I-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will,
build to, suit tenant.,

Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141


Watermelon Land
For Lease


Several hundred acres of new
ground and old laid out fields.
South of Madison city limits near
Browning and Sons watermelon
packing house. Ideal for watermel-
on land .
Contact Tommy Greene at
(8501 973-4141




CASH .$$ Paid for land,
acreage. homes or mobile
homes with property. Top
.dollar paid with quick clos-
4ng.
Call Ben (386) 365-7653.


Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Bl3ading, and
Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 560-973-6326

Moile Home


Mobile Homes For Rent
2 bdrm 1 bath Mobile Homes in
park for $135 per week with $120
worth of electric paid per month.
$300 Security deposit.
Please call: 850-570-0742


PART-TIME LIBRARY AIDE II
GREENVILLE PUBLIC
LIBRARY
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. abihty to type and experi-
ence v.ith Internet and computer
soft' are. LibrarN experience is de-
sired. ,Salary is $6.55 to $9.14 per
hour depending on qualifications
and experience Benefits include,
renrement, and prorated annual,
sick and holiday leave, Interested
applicants ma\ obtain an applica-
tion at the Green' ille. Madison or
Lee Public Libraries. or at the
Suwannee County Administratihe
Services Department. 224 Pine
Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064, tele-
phone (386) 362-6869. Applicants
are encouraged to submit resuines.
letters of reference and other bio-
graphical information %% ith their ap-
plications. All applicauons must be
returned to the Administrative Ser-
vices Department in Lie Oak. Po-
sition will remain open until filled.
All applicants subject to drug test-
ing prior to employment.
EEO/AA/V/D.

SMITHFIELD
If you are interested in a promising


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 m excellent phy si-
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., NMadison, Florida
32340.
Applications 'ith resumes attached
%ill be accepted applicauons for
this posiuon from Monday. October
24th 2005 until Frida\. No\ ember
4th 2005 Application deadline is
November 4th at 5:01) p.m.
The City of Madison is an Equal
Opporruntiy Employer and recog-
ruzes veteran's preference.

Reporter Wanted
Greene Publishing, Inc., has an
opening for' a Ne'\s Reporter
Should be dependable \\ith a
pleasant personality. Required to
have good Journalisuc slkills and
computer kno'\ ledge. Command
of the Enghsh language and its
proper usage a must. Need to.
have your own dependable
transportation and practice a
nood work elfthic A nnlv in n r-


ing applicants 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 rN pe
and experience with Internet and
computer software. Library and/or
experience %working 'ith children
and youth : desired. Salary. is
$6 55 to $P. 14 per hour depending,
on qualifications and experience.
Interested applicants ma\ obtain an
application at the Madison,
Greenmille or Lee Public Libraries.
or at the Su'mannee County Admin-
istrative Ser ices Department. 224
Pine Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064,
telephone 3861 362-6S69. Appli-
cants are encouraged to subnut re-
sumes, letters of reference and ioth-
er biographical information kth
their applicanons. All applications
must be returned to the Adminitra-
ti'e Sern ices Department in Lixe
Oak. Position \ill remain open un-
til filled. All applicants subject to
drug testing prior to ermployment
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career, benefits and com petit e E'y'-" CU -. -.. III .- --
wages and haxe mechanical skills son ONLY at the Madison B[D NOTICE
in industrial or refrigeration main- Cu Carrr H 53 South. Notice is here given that the Board of Count Commissioners of Madison. Count).
tenance, Smithfield Packing Plant Florida will be accepting sealed bids for ihe following:
in Madison is looking for mechan-
ics. Experience preferred. EPI Ombudsperson/Lead Furnishing all needed materials,. equipment, labor and supenision ip: resurface Madi-
a resume' to 850-973-1877 oror son Counts Roads NE Old Blue Springs Road 16,5 miles,. NE Ciiptain Buie Road t2
Pax resume to 850-973-1877 or Instructor wanted at NFCC. miles, and NESetlement Road 12 miles for a total distance of [0.-.miles. Sealed bids
mail to 294 SW Harvey Greene Dr. This Full time grant funded posi- ma) be submitted to the Board of Count) Commissioners b) deponitihg same at the
Madison FL 32340 tion will serve as liaison between Board office located in the Madison Count3 Courthouse Annex. Room 219. 112 East
AA/EOE/M/F/D/V NFCC, the local school dismicts, Pinckne) Sireet, Madison. Florida 32340, or Post Office Bdo 539;. Madjsong' Florida
323-I41 anytime prior io 5:00 PPM on Tuesda). November 8. 2005. A BID RECEIVED
Apalachee and the FL Dept. of Teacher Cert- .AFTERSLUCH DATE AND TIME "ILL NOT BE OPENEDOR CONSIDERED. Sealed
Center ficaion; teach a rmnimum of three bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be printed on the
A Behavoral Health Care Center is courses each semester: serve on outside of the front if the envelope: Resurfacing Project Number FY 2005 4. BID
A Behaora Heath Care Center is College Committees; participate in iLISTCONTAIN '- COPI OF THE VENT)OR'S MADISON COUNTY OCCLUPA-
currently seeking-. SE 'b- ,I|-. ,R-p hi'.. i .,v r qERE 'PPLIC.ABrI-.O.ir]EIr:irFtED'TSATE CONTR\CIOR
-, -tvOPSMentalh c r n C -,':4 .. ..- .
Assistant l#2249 and.o'r at satellite locations. Quail- Bid Speciications. as mell as other pertinent documents, may be obtained from the
Assistant #224 fications: Master's degree with at Madison Counn Public %%orks/Road Department (ffic:e Incated at 21060 hiERocks, Ford
High School Diplomaor its equiva- least eighteen hours: of graduate Road
lent prior psychiatric experience level courses in Educaton and/or C-591), 2 miles north of Madison, telephone ;t 850-973-2156, begiinnhiQ ber 26,
preferred. Valid Drier's license re- Reading plus classroom teaching 2005. Copies of Specifications are available for inspection at tle Couni -ion Of-
quired. Shift. anable/Mlonday experience. ice during regular office hours.
experience. r ..... .
Friday. Applications to: Director HR. Madison County reserves the right to aise anm informality or to reject any or all bids.
SLicensed North Florida Commumt\ College.
Counclor #1182 325 NWV Turner Da .is Drie. Madi- Bids ill be opened at 9:00ia.m. on %%edne.da), Nosember 9. 2005. afler which all bids
A Master's Degree kith a major in son. Florida 32340. Only complete ill be available for public 'inspection. Award b3 the Board of Counrn Commissioners
ps.chologl. social .ork. counsel- applicaon packers considered ilbescheduled at a later dale and all vendors %ill be notified in wridng of the suc-
ing or a related human services complete packet includes, letter of ul bidder.
field and three year of related pro- interest: reume and application: i026, 10/28.11/2., 11/4
fessional expenence. Florida hi- copy of transcripts unofficial .. ,
censed. chlinical social 'orker or okay). Application and fill job de-
mental health counselor preferred scrption available at
Shift: 8 am.- 5 pm / Nlonday Fn- www'.nfcc.edu Apphcation packet-Zf
day., ... must be received by,, 11/15/2005 J_'S rk },
... EOETentative Five Year Work Pr nm


For more irmormauon and a com-
plete listing of a\ ailable positions-
%' wi u.apalacheecenter.org
850-523-3217 or 800-226-2931
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee. Fl
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check. An Equal Op- .
portunitl/ Affirmati\e Action Em-
ployer. Drug Free Workplace


The City of Madison
.w ill be accepting applications foi 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, i health insut-
ance, life insurance, retirement, 1 1
.paid holidays. sick time, and 12
days annual lea'e per year.)
Applicants must be 18 years of age,
possess a valid Florida Drivers Li-
cense,, high school diploma or
SGED. pass a drug test, background
check and physical examination.
SWe would prefer someone with at
least one ) ear of field experience in
pipefirung 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
though Friday. We will be accept-
ing applicauonsr for this position
from October 24th, 2005, until No-
\ ember 4th. 2005.
The City of Madison is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and recog-
nizes \ veteran's preference.


Program Coordinator -from
home. Govt. monitored H.S. Ex-
change Student Program is seeking
person to work 2 to 5 hours per
week locally with community fam-
ilies, schools and foreign teens.
Background in student, exchange,
education -or travel: Full training
and international travel 0pportuni-
ties. Resume: dmdworld@com-
cast.net. 1/877-417-9600.

Holiday Inn Expresss
Front Desk Clerk
Rotating ShiftsFull Time
A pply at Hotel /850-973-2020'


WANTED
EXP. OTR DRIVERS
SOUTH EAST TO WEST
COAST, NO N.Y., NO N.E. &
NO HAZ-MNAT.
800-367-2640 Jim or Brandy


Advertising Sales
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 no
required. Apply in person at ou
Hwy 53 office.
Want'A Successful Lifestyle? AND
Haxe More Free Time! I Can Teach
You Howl Call Cindy & Brian
1-888-783-7182.


State Security Classes
Being Held November 21, 22 &
23rd. Classes start at 8 a.m. Cost o:
:class will be $40. Class location is
Country Kitchen Restuarant at CR
255 and 1-10 South of Lee. This
will enable you to be eligible. fo:
employment as a security guard
For more information call Joe
Peavy (850) 929-4747 or (386
364-7780
$$ AVON.$$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
Sell $500, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy 973-3153
Teacher Needed
Early Head Start Teachers w/ CDA
and two years experience teaching
in early childhood setting preferred
please call Kids Incorporated a
414-9800 ext 118.


The Florida Department of Transportation tFDOT). District Two, announces a
public heanng iTenlatne Work Program for Fiscal Years beginning July 1.2006.
through June 30, 20111 to which all persons are invited to attend and be heard.
Assistance for disabled persons may be arranged by contacting Mr Bill Henderson,
District Planning & Environmontal Manager, Lake City District Office at 1-800-
749.2967 at last ten t(10) days in advance ofthe Public Hearing..

Live Oak Hearing: Specitic notice is provided to the County Commissions for Taylor,
alayeie,. Madison, Hamilton, and Suwannee counties serving 6a MPO for
their respective counties

DATE AND TIME: Monday, November 28, 2005, at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Sui.annee River Water Management District, Board Room
9225 Count) Road 49, Live Oak, Florida

The proposed improvenienLs have been developed in accordance with the Civil RiAihb
e Act of 1%4, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Under Title VI and itle Vlll of the
S United States Civil Rights Aci .iny perronsl or beneficiary who believes they have
been subJecied to discrimination because of race, color, religion, se.\,age, national
origin, disability or fanulial status may file a wntien complaint to t l Florida
Department of Transporatiori' Equal Opportuni 011ice in Tallalsee or contact the
District's Tille VI and Title VIIl Coordinator in L e City.

h Cenual Otfice Florida Depanment ofTransporilanon, Equal Opportunm y
n Office, 605 Suwanmee Street MS 65, Tallahassee; FL 32399-0450

District Office: Florida Department of Transportation, District Two, Title VI &
Title VIII Coordinator, 1109 South Marion Avenue -MS 2016, Lake City, FL 32025-
s 5874

r This Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida
Statutes, to consider the Department's Tentative Work Program for the period 2006-07
e through 2010-11, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Program:

Written comments from the Commissions and other interested parties will 6e received
by the Department at the Public Hearing and within ten days thereafter. Comments
should be addressed to:

Charls W, Baldwin, RE,, District Secretary"
'Florida Department of Transportation, District TIwo
9 1109 South Marion Ave,, Lake Cit, FL 32025-5874
STelephone 1-800-749-2967


FLORIDADEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


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LOST DOGS

KARA Black Lab with gre)
muzzle and undercoat. Eight year
old spayed Female, lost in Brans-
ford. Hw\e 49 and 27. Call 386-
935-9346.

HONEY -Chow mix. colored like
a Golden Retriever, about 40
pounds. Spayed Female wearing a
flea color. Epileptic.. Lost near
Swannee County Road #104. Call
386-776-2397.

FOUND DOGS

T\%o Dogs Boston Terrier Mix;
Brindle and White both un-
_prayed Females. Found near Old
Lee School. Sweet tempered. Call
850-973-6495

Schnauzer with clipped ears. Male.
Found in, Madison. Is now at
.Madison Vet Clinic 850-973-6936.

Our 20th annual pet show is No-
%ember 5th at Suwannee Colise-
um. Registrauon starts at 10am
contest starts at I1I am. Come have
fun with your animals and you will
be helping homeless animals to.
Hope to see you there!


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Friday, November 4s, 2005


Suwannee Valley Humane Sociery
1156SE Bisbee Loop
Madison, Flonda 32340

Twvo miles south of Lee off C.R.
255 From 1-10 Eit 262. Take
C.R. 255 north 1/2 mile follow the
signs.

We are a Limited Space Shelter
(no kill). You must check with u,
prior to bringing in a animral.A
drop-off donation is required foi
any animal brought to the shelter
Our Hours: Tues to Sat. 10.100 to'
2:00 or by appointment. Visit out
swebsile and see the animals that
need a really good home at
Sw ww.geocities.com/Suwanneehs
or e-mail us at
suw annee% alley @'earthlink.net.

Lost or Found Pets:

If you hase lost a pet or found
one. the humane society will help
you find your pet. Call us at i850i
971-9904 or toll free at 1-866-236-
7812. Leave a message if we are
closed. we w ill return your call.Re-
member to always call your local
animal controls or shelters it you
hase a lost or found animal

Due to the generous gift ol a
new building. we are nosw able to


accept donations of furniture. ..and
we now hase some nice pieces to
sell.

Newspapers and Aluminum
Cans:

We ha\e a recycle newspaper bin
at 305 Pinewood Dr. just west of
Johnson's Appliance/Radio Shack.
We also collect aluminum cans to
recycle. just bring them to the shel-
ter. All the money goes to help the
homeless animals.

Featured Animals For Adoption

2827 CUDDLES One year old
Bnndle Female. A well named
young lady. sweet and lovable and
by e\ cry measure, the pride of the
litter

2868 ISAAC Five weeks old
Black Male. Oh, such an adorable
puppy. If you are not read) to lose
your heart. just pass by his little
cage. Otherwise. bring your puppy
corner: he'll be going home with
you.

2863 SCOTTY Nine month
old Red Male. Uf we were to have
in choose the best and the bright-
est puppy-wise whatever would %we
do. One thing for sure. Sconty
would be a top contender.

2871 PUDDLES One year old
Brindle and White Female. She is
lovable, sweet tempered and
sooooo beautiful. And best of all.
she'd like to be your dog. Please
come to meet her.

CATS

2870 LAX One year old Tab-
by and White Male. A man for all
seasons and ready to be at home
with you. So sweet tempered you
% ill not be able to resist him.

2856- LACE Y -Three-month old
Gre\ and White Female. If there's
room for one more in your home,
come to meet Lacey. A heart throb
by all standards.

2855 SATIN Three month old
Black and While Female. A slinky
and thoroughly lovable lady. Hard
to resist % ith her frisky and fun-
ls ing personality

2854 TOBY Eleven week old
Black Male. Ready to play, to
tI irl, to dash and to crawl on his
belly. Follow him for a day and
you'll get a really good night's
sleep.

We have many more lkittens and
cats that are spayed or neutered,
w\ormed, Fel. luk tested, rabies
shots. Adoption $50. The Suwan-
nee Valley Humane Society De-
pends on adoptions for AVAIL-
ABLE SPACE. ADOPTION FEES
ARE $50 %which INCLUDES.
spay/neuter. rabies, boosters, de-
worming feline lek/heartworm
te-ting

REMINDER: DO NOT LEAVE
PETS IN VEHICLES FOR ANY
LENGTH OF TIME DUE TO
THE HEAT AND HUMIDITY.






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Stk#N4624A StkIN4219A
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Stk#3132A
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