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Our 142nd Year, Number 48 Friday, August 4, 2006


Madison, Florida 32340


Plenty To Do in

Madison County

This Weekend
By Jacob Bembry.
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Bored?
There's plenty to do in Madison County this
weekend, from a softball tournament to, a
school fair to a skeet shoot to a peanut boil;
***
A softball tournament is set for Saturday
to raise money for the infant triplets of Josh
and Amber Harris, who have been in the hos-
pital since their premature birth. The tourna-
ment, which will be an all-day event, will be
held at the new Madison County Recreation
Complex. The first pitch is set for 8 a.m.

A fundraising skeet shoot will begin at
10 a.m. at Wally's Firing Range (at the home
of Wally and Vonnie Davis) on Rocky Ford
Road, north of Madison. Signs will point.the
way to range. The skeet shoot is being held to
raise money for the Crystal Farnell Kidney
Transplant Fund. Registration begins at 9
a.m. Please see the story on the skeet shoot
on page.11A.

A Back-to-School Information Fair will
be held from 10 a.m. until 12 noon at the
Four Freedoms Park in Madison. School
children and parents will be able to go visit
with principals, teachers and, other staff
members at their schools. Information and
some school supplies will be distributed at
the fair. "


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
Lorraine J. Brown stands in the middle
of Harvey Greene Drive, handing out infor-
mation flyers about the Career Fair, sched-
uled for Saturday at the Rec. Park, next to
the old middle school.
A Career Fair will be held at the Recre-
ation Park on Arnold- Street, near the old
Madisdn Middle School from 10 a.m. until
12 p.m. Students will learn of the opportuni-
ties to further their education and learn of the
career choices available to them.
,'**
At 6 p.m., a .
peanut boil will be
held at Midway
Church of God.
Everyone is invited to
go and enjoy all the
free boiled peanuts
that they want and lis-
ten to the Singing Re-
flectsons performing
great gospel music. A
special love offering will be taken that day
for Noah Williams, a seven-month-old infant
who has eye cancer. The church is located
three miles south of Interstate 10 (Lee exit),
just off County Road 255 at 2485 SE Mid-
way Church Road.


3 Sections, 34 Pages
Around Madison County
Back To School
Church
Classifieds
Community Calendar
Crime Blotter
Legals
Madison County History
Remote Guide


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B Section
12A
6B
5A
4A
7B
13A
Section C


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In Chamblin i/llManslaughter Case


A status con-
ference will be
held on Wednes-
day, August 31.
That day; another
court date will be
set for Chamblin.


Joshua Chamblin


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The jury could not reach a verdict and a
mistrial was declared in the trial of Joshua
Chamblin on DUI manslaughter charges.
Early Thursday morning, August 3, the
jury left the courtroom to convene in a private
room to. make a decision on Joshua Chamblin's
guilt or innocence, following closing state-
ments by Craig Jacobsen, prosecutor, and
David Collins, defense attorney, and David


FAMILIES WILL HAVE MORE INFORMATION

TO HELP TRACK SEXUAL PREDATORS
Tom Gallagher, Florida's clief financial ensuring that information about sexual preda-
officer, and Florida Department- tors and offenders is readily'
of Law .Enforcement Commis- accessible," said FDLE Com-
sioner Gerald Bailey announced missioner Bailey. "Florida's
last Tuesday, July 25, that Flori- sexual. predator/offender web
da's families for the .first time site typically logs over half a
will have.access to information million hits each .month.
to help them identify sexual Adding vehicles and vessels
predators' vehicles via the to the site is another valuable
state's sex offender web site.. tool for parents, families and
The nearly 39,000 offenders citizens to use to be familiar
currently listed on the site ha% e with registered offenders and
victimized children as well 5. predators in their area.'" .
adults and the elderly. Gal- Of the 39,000 offenders list-
lagher suggested -the enhanced om Gallagher ed on the web site, currently


search feature at a Cabinet meeting last June.
"This enhancement will empower Floridi-
ans with greater information about the people
who live' in their neighborhoods so that our
children, our seniors and our loved ones can be
informed and protected," Gallagher said:
Gallagher also urged FDLE to pursue es-
tablishing a system that would allow Floridi-
ans, free of charge, to receive a notification,
when a sexual predator or offender registers an
address within a certain distance from their
home or other address such as their child's col-
lege apartment or dormitory or a nursing home
where a parent is receiving care. Gallagher
said he is aware that some private vendors pro-
vide a similar service, but often do so for a fee.
"Florida especially shines when it comes to


about 25,000 are still alive and living outside of
prison, and about 18,000 have registered vehi-
cles or vessels, according to FDLE.
The Web site can be accessed through the
FDLE home page at www.fdle.state.fl.us as
well as on the Department of Financial Ser-
vices' web site at www.fldfs.com. These links
also lead to information about Florida sexual
offender and predator registration laws, high-
lighted offenders who are wanted for failure to
register, and other related informational links.
As of today, the updated site will also include a
user-friendly tab that gives parents up-to-date
information on vehicles and vessels registered
to the listed offenders. The information will in-
clude the make; tag number, color, type and
year of vehicles.and vessels.


Jillian Sheffield Joins Greene Publishing, Inc. Staff


"I enjoy the
opportunity
to help
businesses
promote
themselves
through
advertising."
Sheffield said.


Jillian Sheffield


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A quick smile and a friendly personality
are essentials in the advertising sales business.
Jillian Sheffield, a 2006 graduate of Madison
County High School, has both.
Jillian began working at Greene Publish-
ing, Inc. on Tuesday, August 1, and went to
work selling ads.
The daughter of Wayne and Debbie
Sheffield, Jillian is a student at North Florida
Please see Sheffield, Page 3A


Heather Bowen Joins Greene Publishing, Inc. Staff


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Greene Publishing, Inc. welcomed a
friendly, smiling face to its front desk on Mon-
day, July 31.
Heather Bowen, the daughter of Ben and
Tracy Bowen, of Madison, came onboard as the'
new receptionist.
Heather has experience as a. receptionist,
having worked at her parents' business Ben's
Towing and Recovery welcoming customers
and answering the phone.
Please see Bowen, Page 3A


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surrounded
by the
friendly faces
and homey
atmosphere at
Greene
Publishing,"
Bowen said.


Finger, defense co-counsel.
Chamblin was on trial for the death of
KIistopher Sammons in a drunk driving acci-
dent last August.
At approximately 6:15 the evening of Au-
gust 2, Circuit Judge Leandra Johnson. came
out of her chambers after conferring with Ja-
cobsen and Collins. Speaking to the jury, she
gave them the choice of ending the trial that
evening after having dinner brought to them at
Please see Chamblin, Page 3A


Commission

Places

Digger Wasp

Trail On Road

Priority List



Conmis sioner
Roy Ellis
suggested that
the commission
go back and
review their
priority list of
roads to be
paved.
Roy Ellis
King made the motion to approve the
road be put on the list of roads to be
paved. Martin seconded the motion.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Citizens of Digger Wasp Trail showed up
en masse and requested that the Madison
County Commission place their road on the list
of roads to be paved.
Commissioner Clyde King made the mo-
tion to approve the road be put on the list of
roads to be paved. Commissioner Alfred Mar-
tin seconded the motion..
Commissioner Roy .Ellis suggested that
the commission go back and review their pri-
ority list of roads to be paved.
Public Works Supervisor Jerry McClune
said that SE Farm Road had been paved and.
that one-and-a-quarter miles of Beulah Church
Road have been paved. He said that the shoul-
ders on both roads need some work to be done
on them.
In other action:
The commission voted to close SW Maple
Street, SW Elm Street and an unopened alley
in the Sirmans area.
Commissioners voted to set a special.
meeting on a Community Development Block
Grant. The meeting is set for August 24.
Commissioners voted to approve a Na-
tional Health Center Week proclamation and to
approve a Small County Technical Assistance
.Program Application.
The board also approved a Byrne Grant
for the Madison County Sheriff's. Office, as
well as a contract with the Sheriff's Office for
mental. health services with the Apalachee
Center for Human Services, Inc.


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, August 4, 2006


Jacob Bembry,




The Devil Hunts For Bear
The headlines blared like'a loud siren on the front page of
the papers the last two weeks: "Craig Terminated As Pastor Fol-
lowing Arrest And Allegations" and "Funds Embezzled At
Madison First Baptist Church." It seemed as if the devil had
pitched a tent, lit a campfire, brewed coffee and had his shotgun
locked and loaded for bear in Madison County.
The bear that the devil is hunting in Madison County is not,
only Christians; it is also people who may be confused and need
to seek a relationship with Jesus Christ. My prayer is that when,
they read the stories, they didn't throw up their arms and say,.
"What's the use?" and allow Satan to shoot them dead in their
tracks. I also hope that churchgoing Christians didn't start ques-
tioning every motive of their pastor, or stop giving to their
churches because of the allegations made in the stories.
There are churches, which are doing '% wonderful things in the
community, including the churches referenced in the headlines
in the newspapers from the last two Wednesdays. They are
reaching out to lost, hungry souls and bringing them into the:
fold.
This Saturday, August 5, my church (Midway Church of
God) will host a peanut boil. You are cordially invited to come
eat all the boiled peanuts you can stand and listen to great gospel
music, performed by the Singing Reflectsons. The church will
also receive a love offering that day for a seven-month-old in-
fant who has eye cancer.
My church is also helping with fundraising for Crystal Far-
nell, a young woman from the community who needs a kidneN
transplant. Other people in the community have organized the
skeet shooting e ent set for tomorrow and a fundraising dinner
set for Saturday evening, and the\ have enlisted the aideof our
church and some of its members.
One of the purposes of the church is to benefit humanity.
James 2:17 says, "Thus also faith by itself, if it does not have
works, is dead." While we are saved by faith, through the shed
blood of Jesus Christ, one of the manifestations of our salvation
should be our willingness to share with others what God has
blessed us with and to use our talents to the best of our ability to
further His Kingdom.
It's sad to think that the devil is preying on our churches the
wa) he is but we know that it is because there are even greater
things happening in those churches than any havoc that a mis-
guided soul can wreak. As James 1:2 says, we should "count it
all joy" when we fall into these trials.
Maybe, as Christians; we are bears, but we should be like
Smokey Bear. We should go into Satan's camp, pour his coffee
on his fire and take his shotgun and turn it on him. Remember,
only we can prevent forest fires.

We want your Real Estate in Our
New Real Estate Guide Classifieds!


Our Real Estate Guide is a monthly publication
dedicated to local real estate. We want to help you
buy or sell your property, and there's no better way
than placing a classified in a publication that deals
only in real estate. Raites are reasonable and you can
even put a picture with your ad. Deadline for next
publication date isJuly 28, 2006.
Give us a call today!
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Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma
for comma, as sent to this newspaper.
All lettersto. the editor must be signed and include the writer's ad-
dress and phone number in order for us to verify that the person, who
claims to write the letter is the actual letter writer. Any letters sent in by
the Greene Publishing, Inc. website must contain the actual email address
of the letter writer. This.newspaper will check to verify that the address is
accurate and not a bogus email addre.-s % ith a bogus name. Greene Pub-
lishini. Inc. will keep the names of the letter %ri err confidenual. if the\
don'r \%ish theirname to be printed. but the\ % ill be kept on file in our of-
fice, in case of any legal complicjiions.. Greene Publishing, Inc. wel-
comes all viewpoints and opinions, as long as they are not libelous.

Health Care Cost For Florida State
Retired Workers Unbearable
If you are working for the State of Florida and are thinking
about retiring, think about it long and hard and make sure that
you have another good source of income beyond your state-
check. Why? The cost of health care plans supported by the
State has gone out of sight. The 2006 Legislature passed on to
State of Florida Retirees an 8% increase in mnonthIl premiums.
This will bring retirees' premiums to o\er $962 per month. In
my research, I found State retired folks who are sending a
monthly check to the State just to ha\e health care coverage
since the insurance premium amount now exceeds their month-
ly State retirement check. For most of us, health care cost was
already unbearable, but to add insult to injury our Governor and
the leadership of the 2006 Legislature passed on to only State
Retirees an 8% increase in the cost of health care. Retirees did
get a 3% cost of living increase, but the small pewieneage has al-
ready been eaten up by the cost of such things as gas and food.
No one else in State government was given this premium in-
crease just retired folks who have the least ability to absorb the
increased cost. Yes, only retired people. I recently had the op'-
portunity to ask State Representatihe. Curtis Richardson, howi
could this happen. He said that though he and other Capitol area
Legislators tried to head this increase off they were unable, since
Florida State Retirees really do not have a well organized entity
advocating and looking after their interest. I cah tell you that the
time was when retired folks were looked after first, but things
have changed. It seems that the health and welfrae of older folks
of our State and those who have made a dedicated and mean-
ingful contribution in public 'service are of no concern to this
Legislature. The leadership only wanted to make sure that they
had "play money" for the coming 2007 Legisli-tive session. As.
such, they did leave a very large surplus that will carry over to
the next session.
Unfortunately, there are' retired .Florida State employees
who just do not have the ph\ sical abiht ,to go find another job
to pay the increased cost of heqlth care. No\\ the old folks are
.not going to take this laying do%\ n because they do vote consis-
tently. There are about 220.000 retired State employees and the\
now have begunto organize since their welfare e is,no longer of
concern to the leadership in the State. For certain, the 2006 Leg-
islature has stirred up a hornet's nest among the old folks. There
is a group of people who have created an organization called the
Capital Alliance of Retired Americans (CARA) who are meeting
monthly and are developing a strategy to help look after the in-
terest of retired people. CARA, like so many of us, feel that
something has to be done to help protect folks who have dedi-
cated a good portion of their life to public service and are in the
latter years of life. CARA is asking for your help and assistance.
You can help by attending an August 9, 2006 meeting of con-
cerned citizens at the Burns Auditorium, Florida Department of
Transportation, 605 Suwannee St., Tallahassee, Fl at 6:00 p.m.
At this meeting, Legislators from the Florida Panhandle area and
the 2006 gubernatorial candidates have been invited. They will
be given the opportunity to address this issue plus other signifi-
cant issues affecting State workers. It is extremely important
that all current and retired Florida State employees attend.
There is strength in numbers and your strength can go a long
way. Please plan on attending. If you need more information,
please contact me at (850) 997-1573.

Fred Williams
Capital Alliance
of Retired Americans


Students Need The

Sounds Of Silence
Remember Simon and Garfunkle? Parsley, sage, rosemary,
and thyme? Feeling Groovy? Bridge over Troubled Water?
Wonderful evocative songs. But their best idea was "Sounds of
Silence.."
Too bad toda\ 's youngsters do, not know those sounds. Look
around you. Every teenager you see has something plastered to
his ear: a cell phone, an iPod, a DVD player, or some other piece
of electronic equipment. They can hardly hear an actual person
speaking to them, and they certainly don't take time out from
their electronics to speak to others. If their manners don't make
you laugh. they make you cry.
* Yes. this is the back-to-school column. Yes. parents, this is
addressed to \ou. Yes, it means real work at parenting, not just
og\ ing our kid some instructions and expecting him to follow
them. ..
You w ant \ our budding Einstein to show evidence of edu-
cation? Then unplug him. One of his most valuable education-
al assets misunderstanding the value of silence. He will thank you
in future years for forcing him to be silent. (He will most as-
suredh not thank \ou no\\.)
E\en day. the collection of students in my classroom
proves that teens do not know how to be quiet. Oh, a few come
in who are not among the "popular" crowd; they often sit in a
pool of silence. But it is a small pool, and they are in a very
-small minority. Very seldom does the idea of silence as a thing
of valuee cross hie minds of our little motor-mouiths.
It is one job of the parent to teach his children % hen to be
silent. A child cannot learn this lesson if lie is contnually con-
*nected to noise. Many of my students tell me that the\ ha\e to
have the CD player or radio going at night so they can sleep. No
wonder they come to school exhausted! They've, ne\ er reached
the .deep REM sleep that rests the body and mind.
When quiet settles over the classroom, some students get
nervous; they can't handle it. Their inner being cries out for
noise, and the noise often takes the form of inappropriate talk-
ing; finger tapping, or rude armpit music. Neither that student
nor his classmates can learn under those circumstances.,
What to do? First, turn off the television for several hours a
day. Sit down together as a family and map out which programs
you will watch and how many hours the set will be mute. A
small child should watch no television at all; an elementary stu-
dent should %watch maybe an hour a day. A high-school"student
should watch no more than two hours a day. And no student
should have a TV in his bedroom not ever.
Collect the cell phone, CD player, Game Boy, and other
electronics, and keep them in your possession most of the time.
One hour per day is plenty with any one of them; otherwise,
your child should be engaged in relating to others or just sitting
doing nothing. Even.his electric guitar or.keyboard should have
usage limits.
At least once a day, spend about five minutes with the child
doing nothing. No conversation, no listening to the radio, no
barking at the dog just sitting together with no noise. It's a riot
when you pull the kid over to the dining table, point him to a
chair, and sit down across from him. He has no idea what's hap-
pening, and can't understand why you keep going, "Shhh" every
time he tries to ask.
After a few days, your child will begin to internalize the
sounds of silence. His ability to be quiet will pay off in untold
riches. He will be able to relax and sleep. He'll relate better to
others. His manners will improve.
Hear those snores? Hear that humming under the kid's
breath? Hear those moments of noiselessness? Hear that pencil
scratching out tomorrow's math homework? Those are the
sounds of silence. You and your children deserve that. You, the
parent, can make it happen for the good of your child's educa-
tion and for his entire life.


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New Enterprise established 1901,
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By:Jessalyn Covell
What is one of your favorite memories

with a grandparent?


Steven Deming


"Going oh vacation to
the KOA at Old Town on
the Suwannee River."


Adam Edger

"Singing karaoke."






Jeffery Edger

"Playing baseball."


Bill Thompson

"Sitting on my grand-
daddy's knee hearing
stories."


Ann Earnest

"On Saturday morning, I
would get up early and
bake pies, cakes and
bread for the whole
week on a wood stove."


Magan Rye

"Going over to my
mom's parents house
every Friday night and
eating Sunday lunch
with my dad's parents."


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Community College. After graduating from NFCC next May,
she plans on enrolling at the University of North Florida in Jack-
sonville, where she will major in Elementary Education and mi-
nor in Public Relations.
A member of Fellowship Baptist Church, Jillian had taught
Sunday School to kindergartners and first graders for a year. She
is taking a break from teaching for a while.
"I'm taking time to grow me and not worry about so many
responsibilities," she said.
Part of her growth this summer included taking part in a
summer camp, which was organized by Mark Matlock, an in-
spirational speaker. The camp began in Dallas, Texas, then
moved to Siloam Springs, Arkansas and finished in Ocoee, Ten-
nessee.
In her spare time, Jillian enjoys volleyball and having a
p chance to reach out to the other youth in her church. Her hobbies
include camping and reading.
To advertise in The Madison Enterprise-Recorder or Madi-
son County Carrier, give Jillian a call at 973-4141.


Sheffield


Cogongrass and Corn


Among the varied pests .that other countries
have blessed us with, yet another is posing a seri-
ous threat to the health and economy of local
agriculture, and in particular, forestry. We have
killer bees, walking catfish, .horned beetles,
Burmese pythons, Chinese tallow, and now,
cogongrass. And what, you might ask, is
cogongrass? A native of Asia, Japan, China and
the Phillippines, cogongrass (Imperata cylindri-
ca) is a perennial, hardy grass that was brought
here accidently on purpose. Because it is so
dense, it was usedas packing material for fragile
shipments from overseas. That was the 'accident.
Then ihe USD.k in Mobile;Al.,..decidpet..o give,it,
a whirl, as a forage and ornamental grass, and
roadside stabilizer. That was the oft purpose.
Growing 2 to 4 feet high, cogongrass forms a
dense, thatch. like mat that essentially prevents
any other plant from living with it. Once estab-
lished,. it dominates the landscape. It is devastat-
ing to native plants and wildlife, and in particular,
ground nesting birds. You are not going to find a
quail around cogongrass. It is easy to identify, as
the long blades of grass have a white rib that is a
bit off center. The tip of the plants roots are
white, and distinctively pointed. It has a .flowery,
attractive, white seed head that is very effective
at transporting itself to new locations. In the
beginning, it has a tendency to have -circular
infestations. Most of south Georgia, most of
Florida, Alabama, Louisiana arid Mississippi
have healthy populations that are spreading at an
alarming rate. Cogongrass infestations are partic-
ularly damaging when you are trying to establish
pine plantations, as well as being very competi-
tive with young pine seedlings. Almost all of our
area forests are fire dependent, and the Division
of Forestry and other agencies urge the use of
prescribed fire. But if you have cogongrass, the.
fire is just too hot for the trees to handle, and you
wind up with either dead trees right then, or, more
likely, trees that will succumb to other disease or
insect pests because of the stress the fire placed
on them. Cogongrass can be controlled using her-
bicides, notably Roundup, but it is not' an easy
task, and takes some repetitive applications and
work. But, better than losing a whole stand of
young pine. If you think you might have some -
easy to believe, it is all over the place you can
check out some pictures and recommendations at
www.cogongrass.org.
Did you ever hear of Fritz Haber? No, I
hadn't either, but he was a man that has had a
monumental impact on all of our lives. I had no
idea that corn was quite as important as it is.
How about this fact out of the 45,000 or. so
items in your average grocery, about 25% of them
contain corn. That includes not only the feed that
went into the cows, sheep and chickens, but also
the coloring and sugar that goes into a lot of
things. Ever hear of high fructose corn syrup?
Deadly, artery clogging stuff, but we gobble it
down just like we had good sense. How about
vegetable oil? On top of that, the construction
material in the grocery contains corn the


linoleum and wall board and glues. Corn is a
grass, and a spectacularly successful one. Europe
had never heard of corn before, Chris got to the
New World in 1492. The Mayans in South
America,, however, had' been worshiping Corn
Gods for some 9,000 years, as it was the staple of
their diet. In a recent book, "The Omnitoie's
Dilemma", by Michael Pollan, Penquin Press,
2006, Mr. Pollan goes into some depth about the
global economy, corn, ammonia nitrate and Fritz
Haber. He points out that the big banig came, as
with a lot of other stuff, at the end of World War.
II, when the munitions plant at Muscle Shoals,
. ,Alabam4, ,had to do something besides manufac-
ture explosives. Ammonia nitrate is the stuff you
make explosives v, ith, ahd the end 'of the war
meant a drop in orders from the government.- So
what to do? The answer was to make chemical
fertilizers. There was evidently some serious
thought about spraying the nations forests with
the stuff, to speed growth. But in the end, what
they did was use it to grow corn. Corn loves fer-
tilizer. Nitrogen is the stuff the world is made of.
Amino acids, proteins, you name it, nitrogen is'
the base of it all. About 80% of the worlds atmos-
phere is made of nitrogen. The problem was that
nitrogen atoms are joined so tightly that they are
hard to break apart into something we can abuse.
To be of any value, the atoms have to be split and
joined to atoms of hydrogen. Scientists refer to
the splitting of the nitrogen atoms "fixing". Until
Mr. Haber figured out how to "fix" the nitrogen
atoms in 1909, all useable,nitrogeri on earth came
from leguminous plants, like alfalfa, peas and
peanuts. Bacteria on the root systems of these
plants "fix" the nitrogen atoms. The only other
way to come by nitrogen was by lightning strikes,
which sometimes break the atoms down and thep
rain their own version of Miracle Grow. But
Haber changed all that. It is estimated that with-
out his scientific breakthrough, the population of
earth would be half of what it is today without
the chemical fertilizers, we could simply not
grow the amount of food we do. The book sug-
gests that the real reason China welcomed Nixon
in 1972 was because they were about to starve.
The first order China placed with the US was for
.13 fertilizer factories. You may not.have heard of
Haber, even though. he won the Nobel Prize in
1918, probably because he helped the German
war machine in WWI.. He developed Zyklon B.,
the gas that Hitler used later in the concentration
camps. His wife was so distraught over his activ-
ities that she shot herself in the head. Haber died
in1934, penniless, broken and running for his life
from the Nazi's, who were not concerned with his
brilliance, but rather his Jewish background. The
problem we have today is that the process he used
depends on fossil' fuels non renewable. Corn
and algae are the two plants that love Haber.
Wakulla Springs does not. A fascinating tale, and
I would urge you to read the book if you have an
interest, as space precludes the whole story here.
But it is something that effects all of us and
every day.


count from page LA


Chamblin

the cost of the court, or return-
ing the next morning. If they
chose to stay, court would re-
sume after 7 p.m. The jury
would hear from two witness-
es who would be recalled for
short questioning and then
,hear closing statements from
both attorneys. The jury voted
unanimously to return the next
day.
Following the jury's de-
cision, Johnson allowed
Collins to recall William Gib-
son and Chamblin to the wit-
ness stand for brief question-
ing that' evening before' ad-
journing.
Chamblin was the driver
in an auto accident on August
12, 2005, which claimed the
life of Sammons, 22, of Pinet-
ta, who was a passenger in
Chamblin's 2003 Jeep, which


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Gniewick testified that he
.had asked Chamblin, on the
way to the hospital, how the
accident had happened and
Chamblin had answered, "I
' Chamblin said he didn't,
remember saying those things
because he had been in so
much pain.
The defense brought inr
John Baker, an expert witness
from Nevada He w\as theie to
offer an opinion as to what
caused the accident. His opin-
ion differed from the Florida
Highway Patrol' opinion.
According, to the FHPre-
port, Joshua J. Chamblin, 20,
of Madison, was traveling
south on private property lo-


overturned.
Chamblin was also in-
jured in the crash. Tyson F.
Spindell, 21, of Madison, an-
other passenger in the wreck,
suffered non-incapacitating
injuries in the crash.
Chambhn testified during
the trial .that Sammons had
reached over.arid grabbed the
steering wheel, contributing to
the accident.
Spindell had testified ear-
lier that he had told Chamblin
that Samineons.; ho had been
thrown from the vehicle arid
trapped underneath, was dead.
Paramedics Tom
Gniewick and Lucas Williams
testified that Chamblin had
yelled, "Party on! I need an-
other beer!" follow ing the
wreck and after EMS had al-
read) arrived on the scehe.



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Prior to. coming to work at the
newspaper, Heather had
worked at Convergis Group, a
management company from
Valdosta, Ga. While there, she
had worked with DirecTV,
handling troubleshooting,
billing, installation and techni-
cal support.
A 1998 graduate of Madi-
son *County High School,
Heather had attended North
Florida Community College
and had worked briefly at the
prison in Hamilton County.
An only child, Heather is
the granddaughter of Joe and
Laura Pulliam.
She is.: member of Han-
son United Methodist Church.
If you have questions for
Heather or any newspaper staff
member, give Heather a call at
973-4141. She will be happy
to direct your call to the cor-
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cated at 1071 NW; St. Thomas
A.M.E. Church Road: Cham-
blin attempted a' sharp right
turn and over-accelerated.. .His
2003 Jeep overturned apprixi-
iutiel one-and-a-half turns,
partially ejecting Sanmmons,
22, of Pihetta, who was a pas-
sepger in the vehicle.
Sammons died at 'the
scene.
The Jeep came to rest on
its roof; facing east.
FHP Sgt. Stewart Smith
was the investigatingg officer.
FHP Cpl. Gary Dawson was
the honmcide investigator.
A status conference will
be held on Wednesday, August
31. That day, another court
date will be set for Chamblin.


Break The Habit Of


Impulse Buying
Most of us at some time or another will buy something on
the spur of the moment, without a plan or thought Credit cards
help make this practice easy. Money experts estimate that only
three out of ten purchases are decided upon in advance, while
about half of all purchases are made completely on impulse.
Thin1l of the times you go to the store for one or two items in
mind and check out with a full cart. Or you run to a mall on the,
weekend just, to look and leave with a trunk full of sale items.
After all, it's a bargain if you never wear it. Or so that little
voice .inside would have you believe.
It takes a new shopping strategy to gain control of that com-
pulsive habit we call impulse buying. A shopping list is essen-
Stial whether r it is a mental one or a well thought out written plan.
Your grocery list as well as your household supplies, gifts, cloth-
ing, appliance or home fliinishines list should allow some flexi-
b,:.ility,.s youqian sw itch and sa% e. but it is a,.guide .to keep \ou
on track with your purchases.
Dr. Jo Turner, Extension Family and Consumer Economics
Specialist, suggests you ask yourself three basic questions to
help you separate impulse buying from planned buying.
Do I need it? The answer to this question, can immediately
weed out impulse buying.
Will I use it? The answer to this question can be mislead-
ing. It is easy to convince yourself that you will use most any-
thing, but further analysis will help clarify the answer. Add the
questions: "How will I.use it?" and "How soon will I use it?"
Can I afford it? This probably is the true test. You can answer
this question by asking another. "What will.I have to give up if
I buy this item now?" The answer to these questions separates
impulse items from necessities. They tell if you can have those
things you could live without but that would be more fun to
have.
To avoid the drain that is caused by impulse buying: Shop
alone. It is usually easier to say no to yourself than to a spouse,
child or friend.
Shop when you are refreshed. If you are tired, you won't be
as willing to take time to compare prices, to consider uses and to
answer the three questions that week out impulse buying. Shop
for food when you are not hungry. Hungry shoppers tend to buy
more.
Shop less often. Consumers who have difficulty controlling
impulse buying can avoid the temptation by making fewer shop-
ping trips.,
Shop sales, but be alert! Just because it is on sale does not
mean it is a good buy for you or your family: Answer. the three
questions about sale items. Modify your .shopping behavior to
eliminate impulse buying from your spending patterns.


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LOCAL & REGIONAL CRIME BLOTTER


Five Family Members Face
Doctor Shopping Charges


20-Year-mOlI Arrested July27, 2006 Fivye fami-
2 I-Year-O ld Arrested l members have been arrested
following an investigation by
For Cocathine NorthFloridaDrug Diver-
l ,U.o.iI sion Response Team (DRTi
and FDLE's Public Assistance
A Madison man was arrested for possession of cocaine, re- and FDLE's Public Assistance
sisting arrest without violence and trespass after warning on Fri- Fraud (PAF) squad.
d l 28. The investigation began
According to a Madison Police Department report, Brandon last year'when a pharmacy in
Jabar Wihlams. 20. had been issued a trespass n warning for Madi- Lake City reported suspicious
son Heights prescription activity by two of
son Heights.. .. e .. .... ... .
Cooks responded to the scene and Williams attempted to the defendants, Charles Russ
flee on foot from him. and Desirea Russ. The subse-
When Williams was captured and searched, he had cocaine quent investigation showed
o-hi es ..-that those two, along with
on his person -three other family members,
Seventeen Year Old Charged were allegedly going to doc-
tors in Jacksonville, Live Oak,
With Burglary Of A Conveyance Lake City and Gainesville,
W h uO A.c claiming a medical need for
Live Oak (07/31/06) On Monday, July 31st,. Suwannee the purpose of obtaining such
County Sheriff's Deputy Tanya Joy arrested Travis Andrew drugs as Hydrocodone, Oxy-
Croce, 17, 3464 Shamrock Drive, Venice, FL. Croce was codone, Xanax and Soma. Be-,
charged with burglary of a conveyance and theft of a firearm. tween January 2004 and Octo-
At approximately 12:15 a.m. Suwannee County Sheriff's ber 2005 the five defendants
Office was notified that there was a burglary in progress at the filled approximately 570 pre-
residence of Ryan Carmichael on 215th Drive. Mr. Carmichael scriptions representing an esti-
reported that he had observed a white male under his truck., mated 30,000 pills.
When he went outside the man ran northbound from the proper- No doctors or pharmacies
ty, leading sneaker prints leading from the property. When are under investigation.
Carmichael checked his vehicle he found that a .22 caliber pis- Because the offenses oc-
tol was missing. Hamilton County K-9 Unit was called out and curred in different judicial cir-
the tracks lead the deputies to the campsite of Croce. cuts, the case will be prose-
Croce w as arrested and transported to the Suwannee Coun- cuted by, the Statewide Prose-
ty Jail. He ,\as later turned o er to. the Department of Juvenile cutor.
Justice. .: : i ,, Charged in the in\estiga-
........ ......... .................. .... .. ..


Benefit Dinner

For the Crystal Farnell Kidney Transplant Fund

Saturday, August 19, 2006 5 p.m. 8 p.m. Lee School Cafeteria

Come out and enjoy an evening of fun.


Chicken Dinner
-* Serving time: 5 p.m. 8 p.m.
4* Eat-in or take-out
Tickets cost $5.00 and can be purchased in advance or at the door.
(Call Tammy Webb at 971-5293 for more ticket information.)


Entertainment


* Gospel and Blue Grass music by local performers


Big-Prize Raffle Ticket Sale a.d Drawing
You co NOT have to be present to 'in. .
Tickets cost 5.GO and can be purchased in advance or at the Benefit.
(Raffle tickets are now on sale at many local businesses such as Farmer's Supply, Madison Co.
Community Bank, Wachovia Bank, Madison Sporting Goods, and Farmer's Coop)
.affle tern s i ncle the flO.Jv:ng :
> Pe, irigt'on 12-gaucf r 37 Ptump Shotgun
> Ruier 22 Autornatc Rifle
> rnigiht .50-cailber Blackpowder Rifle
> Gas Grii
> $100.00 Gasoline Gift Card


Cake Auction
Begins at 6:00 p.m.
Includes a large variety of delicious homemade cakes


i


Silent Auction
Bids close at 7:45 p.m. /
You do NOT have to be present to win,
Auction items include, but are not limited to: -
> Handmade blankets
r -urniture
> Household goods
p G ft c tificate,,i,,rn handise from many local businesses


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tion are:
Charles F. Russ, 39,
Lake City, on 11 counts of
Withholding Information from
a Practitioner and one count of
Medicaid Fraud. iCharles
Russ is the brother of Anita
Martin) ,
Desirea L. Russ. 40,
Wellborn. on 13 counts of
Withholding Information from
a Practitioner and one count of
Medicaid Fraud. iDesirea
Russ is the wife of Marshall
Russ).
Randall E. Pate. 45.
Lake City, on 13 counts of
Withholding Information from
a Practitioner and one count of
Medicaid Fraud. (Randall
Pate is the brother-in-law of
Desirea and Marshall Russ).
Marshall R. Russ, 43,
Wellborn, on six counts of
Withholding Information from
a practitioner and one count of
Medicaid Fraud. (Marshall
Russ is married to Desirea
Russ).
Anita Russ Martin, 41,
Lake City, for five counts of
Withholding Information from
a Practitioner. (Anita Martin
is the sister of Charles Russ).
In 2004-, the Legislature
provided FDLE with special
agents to participate in newly
formed pharmaceutical drug
Diversion Resp.onse Teams.
Currently there are eight teams
operating throughout the state,
Team members work in part-
nership with local, state, and
federal law enforcement and
regulatory, agencies to identi-
fy, investigate, and prosecute
those responsible for. the di-
version of pharmaceutical
drugs. Those individuals in-
clude healthcare practitioners,
patients, pain management
clinics, pharmacies, or tradi-
tional drug trafficking groups
who have been found violating
state and federal law.


Se((in Your qlome or Land?

Place a classified ad
in our monthly Real Estate Guide.
The next Real Estate Guide will be published the first week of August.
The deadline to place an ad is 4:00 pm on July 28, 2006.

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Can-
Can-


Alex Lorenzo Brown -
D.W.L.S., Revoked or Can-
celled
Deana Marion Mckin-
non D.U.I.; Revoked or
Cancelled .
Freddie Jamnes Beasley -
D.W.L.S., Revoked or Can-
celled .
7/27/2006
Verlene Patrice Edwards
-Failure to Appear
" Jabar Renard Miller-
V.O.P. circuit)
Willie Lee Mack Sr. -
Trespass
Marcelo Solano No
Valid or Expired Drivers Li-
cense
Jason Jerome Redding -
Battery-Touch or Strike
7/28/2006
Raymond Jessie E ans
Jr. Criminal Registration
Sexual Offender
.Brandon Jabar Williams
- Possision Cocaine; Resist-
ing Officer without Vio-


lence; Trespass After Warn-
ing
William McGee Jr. -
Failure to Appear Arraign-
ment
7/29/2006
Meshayla Maryeshia
Redding -'Battery Touch
or Strike
Elshanti Ray Redding -
Battery Touch or Strike
Marcus Leonard Wilson
- Battery Touch or Strike
Gaylord Omally Reed -
Battery Touch or Strike
7/31/2006
Henry Jennaine Fead Jr.
- Trespass After Warning
Frederick Dywayne
Jones -Disorderly Intoxica-
tion
Debra Ann Mundt -
Criminal Registration
Darren Laron White -
Criminal Registration
Joseph Wilkins Tres-
pass After Warning
8/1/2006
Laprisha Denise John-
son Attaching Tag not as-
signed; D.W.L.S., Revoked
or Cancelled


Live Oak Man Arrested

For Aggravated

Assault With A Firearm
Live Oak (07/31/06)
- On Monday, July 31st,.
Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Deputy Danny Wat-
son arrested Florincio .
Hernandez, 22, 9993
80th Terrace, Live Oak,
FL. Hernandez was
charged with aggravated
assault with a firearm
(domestic violence).
At approximately
6:45 p.m.. Deputy Wat-
son was dispatched to a
Live Oak residence to in-
vestigate a domestic dis- Florincio Hernandez
turbance. After talking to
all parties involved he determined that Hernandez had gotten
into a verbal argument with a family member. He allegedly fired
a 22 caliber rifle at her as she stood next to her vehicle. She told
the deputy that she believed Hernandez was going to shoot her.
After firing the firearm he got into a Green Malibu and left the
scene.
Hernandez was located and arrested. After he was transport-
ed to the Suwannee County Jail, his bond was set at $20,000.00.


7/26/2006
Ricky Foskey
D.W.L.S., Revoked or
celled


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ealthe Watch Hold


Successful Luncheon Seninar


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Tuesday. July 25, at
1:30 p.m., Gary Miller .of ICS
Cremation Society, Inc. and
Bobbie Jo Babb of Health
Watch hosted a fabulous,
reservation onl\ luncheon
seminar at O'Neal's Country
Buffet.
IC(S Cremation Society,
Inc. and Health Watch pre-
sented the variety of services
that they offer to local resi-
dents.
ICS Cremation Society.
Inc. is one of the fastest grow -
ing companies of its klnd and
assures dignity, simplicity and
economy. ICS ensures that


each cremation service is
arranged and performed by
dedicated professionals.
GarN Miller of ICS of
Lake City summarized the ba-
sic cremation sern ices. family
counseling. ad% antages of pre-
arranged cremation and pre-
paying for services, assuring
financial stability and quality
.sert ice, guaranteeing travel
protection service. explaining
the disposition of cremated re-
mains and frequently asked
questions.
Health Watch is the sec-
ond largest provider of Per-
sonal Response SN stems in the
United States. Since 1986.
Health Watch has offered their


Gary Miller of Lake City represented ICs crema-
tion Society, Inc. at the luncheon seminar and pre-
sented several topics of the services ICS provides.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mary Ellen Greene,
July 25, 2006)


Employment Connections Gives


Presentation At Kiwanis Club


Dorcas Washington, of Employee Connections,
was Allen Cherry's guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club
meeting on Thursday, July 20. Pictured left to right are:
Dianne Head, Cindy Bennett, Allen Cherry and Dorcas
Washington. Washington showed a PowerPoint pre-
sentation on the services offered at Employment Con-
nections, which is located upstairs at Wachovia Bank.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, July
24,2006)


August 9
Come to a Diabetes Sup-.
port Group at 11:15 a.m..to
learn thol to "Be Wise About
Your Portion Size". Portion
Control is a key to healthy
nutrition. Come and learn
some new ideas. This event
will be held at the Senior Cit-
izens Council of Madison
which is located on 400 Rut-
ledge Street SW Madison.
August 9
Tri-County Family
Health Care will be hosting a
Health Fair from 2-4 p.m. at
their Greenville location.
August 15
There will be an NFCC
Student Orientation (new and
transfer) at the Student Cen-
ter from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30
a.m. For more information:
850-973-1623 or email
oharaR @ nfcc. edu.
August 16
Come and play "Food
Pyramid Bingo"! It's a low-
fat high-fun nutrition game!
You could even win a game
prize. You will learn proper
food serving sizes. Bring a


friend along with you. This
event will be held at the
Madison County Health De-
partment which is located on
218 SW Third Avenue from
11:00-11:45. a.m. For more
information call Bonnis Gob-
ar Mathis at (850) 342-0170.
Extension is 1301.
September 9
There will be a yard sale
held at the Lee Volunteer Fire
Department. It will be $10.00
to rent a space. Donations are
also accepted for things to be
sold by the LVFD. For more
information call Carolyn
Bosse at 971-5573.
September 12 15
New Home Baptist
Church will hold Revival
Services with Ben Glosson at
7:00 p.m. each night. Glos-
son is Pastor of the South-
side Baptist Church in Hazle-
hurst, Georgia where that
Church has led their Associa-
tion in Baptisms for the last
18 years. New Home Baptist
Church is located at 1100 SW
Moseley Hall Road on Hwy
360.


clients the latest technology in
personal response monitoring
systems,
Bobbie Jo Babb of Health
Watch of Tallahassee ex-,
plained to Madison residents
\ hat personal monitoring sys-
tems are. w hat they and do and
twho should invest in them.
Babb informed residents
that elderly people. recuperat-
ing patients, people with long-
term illnesses, physically
challenged people, families of
newborns and young children,
single adults and latchkey
children all qualify to obtain
Health Warch products.
Both Miller and. Babb
pro\ ided many handouts,


pamphlets, free pens,;
notepads. ke\ chains and more"
to all whom attended the lun-|
cheon seminar.
Furthermore, residentsA
had a fantastic time learning,
of the assistance that ICS Cre-1
mation SocietN. Inc. and
Health Watch furnish and of-,
fer to clients.


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Way back When

August 3, 1956 an inspiring speech that w Free Pony For Tobacco bN all.
Madison businessmen bought a *"
genuine Shetland ponN on Thursday of The Mlayo Free Press begins pub-
this week and will award him to a luck) lishing under ne\w ownership this week.
tobacco grower selling on the Madison Monday. August 2. Tommy Greene of
market at the end of the current season. Madison. became the new ow ner and
Swimming Pool Grand Opening manager w hen the papers were signed
The opening of the Madison Swim- and the keys to the Free Press %were
mring pool has been tentatively set for handed over.
Sunday. August 5. If not then, then al- August 7. 1986
most anN da\ thereafter. The Greenville United Methodist
August 5w1966 i Church received more than $100.000 in
Ti~if 'eeik' lit' Winn-Dixie %%hole damages Sunday night when an electri-
hams were $.59/lb. Tide detergent was cal shortage started a fire in the educa-
5.69 for giant size, and Chek soft drinks tion building.
were 15 for 51 00 **
August 6. 1976 North Florida Junior College will
Senate President Dempsey Barron hate pre-registration for the fall term
Swas the guest speaker at the Lions club Monday through Thursday. 8 a.m. to 4
meeting this week., Senator Barron gate p.m. in the administration building.


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Equipping
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Putting firefighters on the road with all their


gear
come,


and equipment isn't


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cheap.


to the City of Madison,


When it
taxpayers


spend almost $500,000 every few years.

Grand Total: $494,463


PERSONAL EQUIPMENT

(OPTIONAL- THEY CAN BUY THEIR OWN) $80
BUNKER GEAR $ ,320
PORTABLE RADIO $1,250

*These items have a life value of more
than one year. Bunker gear has a life val-
ue of up to 4-5 years, which would great-
ly reduce the annual cost of the equip-
ment.


FIRE VEHICLE
FIRE ENGINE $156,935
(A CLASS A FIRE ENGINE HAS A HIGH FIRE INSURANCE
RATING FOR 20 YEARS)
LIGHTS, RADIOS & SIRENS INCLUDED IN ALL TRUCKS
TANKER $171,000
BRUSH TRUCK DONATED
(BRAND NEW DONATED BY DIVISION OF FORESTRY)
RESCUE TRUCK $130,000
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


Twelve-Year-Old Spends Whole Summer



Volunteering At Suwannee Valley Humane Society


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Michael Collins is an un-
usual twelve-year-old.
The majority of twelvie-
year-olds are spending their
summer and free time. by
hanging out with friends,
playing video games, watch-
ing movies or just being lazy..
Collins on the other hand,
spends all of his free time by
devoting it to the animals and
the staff at the Suwannee Val-
ley Humane Society.
He has been volunteering
there for almost two years
now.
When asked why he start-
ed dedicating his time to the
animal shelter he commented,
"I saw a movie that was
called, Life Is Rough. It made


me want to make others lives
not so rough."
Collins cleans out the ani-
mals cages, feeds them, plays
with them, walks them, teach-
es them how to play fetch,
washes dishes and more.
,He stated, "I just love an-
imals, dogs and cats too."
He has two pets of his


Suwannee Valley Humane Society Animal Shelter volunteers and friends dedi-
cate their spare time to the best interests of the animals. Pictured left to right are,
Ryan Quiros; Barbara Fink, Michael Collins and Sanda Collins. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, July 26, 2006)


own at home, his ferret and a
golden retriever.
Sanda and John Collins
are the proud parents of
Michael Collins. Also, he has
five siblings.
In his spare time, he en-
joys playing video games, rid-
ing his bike and playing with
his dog.


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By Jacob Bembry : Big Bend Hospice, sang a song in memory
Greene Publishing, Inc. of Mary Frances.
Col. and Mrs. J.O. Hodges presented a Catherine Hodges gave a presentation
lighthouse, which had been made by Col. on the lighthouse before Dale shared spe-
Hodges, to the family of the late Mary cial memories of his life with Mary
Frances Kinard to place on her gra% e in a Frances.
special ceremony held at the Church of Je- Following the service, the family ad-
sus Christ of Latter-day Saints'on July 10.. journed and went to the cemetery, where
July 10, would havie been Dale and '. the grandchildren had helium balloons,
Mary Frances Kinard's anniversary. B which they released into the air, along with
The special ceremony began with a special notes they had written to their
prayer by Mary Frances' daughter, Amy, grandmother.
and ended with a prayer by her daughter, The lighthouse was placed on Mary
Molly. Frances' grave. She had loved lighthouses.
Mary Frances' sister-in-law, Betty Catherine Hodges presents the Eric and Julie Schindler had an olive
Ann Blair, read a letter that had been writ- Lighthouse to Dale Kinard. The light- tree dedicated in Israel to the memory of
ten to Dale on Mother's Day. The best house was Hoade by atherine'shus- Mary Frances Kinard. The dedication of
y. Band, J.O. Hodges, in memory of Dale's
friend of the deceased had %ritien the let- deceased wife, Mary Frances Kinard. the olive trees is a tradition in. the
ter. bii~'d publishing. Inc. photo, July 10, Schindlers' Jewish s) nagogue in Valdosta,
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NFCC SENTiNEl PlAER OFFER.


"PROOf" As SUMMER DRAMA FARE ____


The NFCC Sentinel rUp-e
stage Players are putting final
touches on the upcoming pro-
duction of Proof, the Tony-
award and Pulitzer Prize hit by
David Auburn. Shows are
Aug. 17, 18, 19 at NFCC.
The play is essentially a
family drama. Discovery of a
groundbreaking mathematical
formula serves as a trigger to
set off a psychological mys-
tery surrounding its author-
ship. t
The storyline: On the eve
of her twenty-fifth birtodaNy.
Catherine. a troubled youn2 .4
woman, has spent years caring
for her brilliant but unstab le',.,. se
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father (Robert). a faCmous
maThemaician. No%%.'folllyht-
ing his death, she must deal' '"'
with her own volatile emo-
Cast of "Proof," back row left to right are: Teresa
tions; 'the arrival of her es.-
tranged sister. Claire, and the Wren and Justin Webb. Front row left to right are:
attentions of Hal. a former S Danielle Wieland and Bob Wieland. (Photo Submitted)
fruattentio s of asl a tormger stou-








dent of her father's who hopes Justin Webb pla-ys Hal. The best know n for Proof. adapted
to find valuable work in the Wielands. Wren and Webb into a film and released in
103 notebooks tha her father from Madison. Webb. \ho di- 200 He has also been a ard-
left behind. Over the long rected the '"Murder Nie Al- ed the Helen Merrill PlaNfrit-
weekend that follows, a bur- ways" dinner theater at the ing A.ard and a Guggenheim 1
geoning romance and the dis- Wardia\% -Smnith-Goza Confer- Fellow ship. His most recent
covery of a mysterious note- ence Center (the Nlansioni this %%ork is the -creenpla for the
book dra Catherine into the past spring. steps up as direc- movie. The Lake House.
most difficult problem of all: ror of this production also. Performances are Thurs- H BO
How much of her father's Denise Bell of Live Oak is the da\. Fnda\ and Saturda\ '
madness-or genius-f ill she in- stage manager. Aug. 17. .1. 19- at 7:30 p.m. A
herit? PlaNwright David Auburn. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on
The Wieland father and born 1969 in Chicago. \ as the NFCC campus. Nladison.
daughter team Bob and raised in Ohio and Arkansas. Tickets are $5 and may be pur-
Danielle join forces again for He attended the Universiry of chased in advance or a the .
NFCC Community Theater as Chicago. His first full-length door. For information, call E"runnI rr nay.ipp Enroll i.
Robert and Catherine. Teiesa play. Skyscraper, ran off- 850-973-9481 oremail Denise Ic*' m i.. pltionorthe&hkBluak i eTfA isith
Wren is cast as Claire and Broada in 1997. Auburn is Bell. belld@ .ftc ed. anraguarr pn.

JOIN THE -.FRIENDS_,
OF THE MANSION:
WSG Conference
Center Begins 2006
Member Drive
The Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center or "The
Mansion" is a well-known
landmark in Madison County
that is used throughout the year
for special events,. weddings
and conferences. Owned by
North Florida Community Col-
lege, the WSG center plays host /
to College events and commu-
nity events. Members of the
community lend talents and
volunteer time to the M mansion
through the Friends of the
Mansion organization.
"Friends of the Mansion
membership support helps pre-
serve the historic house and al-t e
lows us* to keep the Mansion
open and available for the won-
derful events that fill its halls
during the year," said Maria
Greene, WSG coordinator. dn-.-
Gryeene reports that the
NFCC Foundation," Inc. is

kicking off its 2006 member-
ship drive with a special invi-
others in supporting "The
Mansion." Friends enjoy spe-
cial events at the WSG Confer-
ence Center and share a pride
in supporting an important his-. .
torical building that is known
and beloved by the public.
The Mansion is the setting
for the Quilt Show held during
Madison's Four Freedoms Fes-
tival and the spectacular


Christmas-at-the-Mansion re-. .-
ception. The center is also.open t t j\
for tours by appointment .
throughout the year.
"Friends membership and
donations make it possible for 0O
us ;to continue to share this -I "" ..""" .
unique treasure with others," Upcoming Concerts! '.
said .Greene. "Helping to pre- Loretta Lynn.................Aug 12 .
serve the heritage and beauty of Michael W. Smith ..................Aug 19
the Mansion- will benefit the Nashville Star Tour............... Aug 26
community for years to come." Gary Allan........................Sept 3
Individual memberships( '-. Nick Lachey........................Sept 16
begin at $35. For information Josh Gracin........................Sept23 f
contact Maria Greene at (850)
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Employees Attend


Workshop At Florida Press Association


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Thursday, July 27. two
Greene Publishing, Inc. em-
ployees, Jacob Bembry and
Jesse Covell took a trip on
"The Road to Better Writing."
That day. a %workshop -
primarily focusing on "how to
become a better \ nter" was
presented b\ Carolyn J. Bo\% -
er at Florida Press Association
headquarters in Tallahassee.
Bower began her career in





so much more!


her hometown at the local
newspaper, while she was still
in high school. She later
worked at The Ledger in
Lakeland and at The Orlando
Sentinm I.
Bower retired from The
Tampa Tribune. where she
edited, trained and recruited
prospective journalists for a
total of 15 years. In her spare
time, she performs an assort-
ment of volunteer w ork.
The participants present
included: Patricia Behnke. Ed-
itor-in-Chief and Albert Issac.
Reporter for The Senior Times
of Gainestille: Stele Liner.
Editor-in Chief for Business
Matters Malaazine: Linda
Smith. Manager and Ira
Mlikell. Reporter for The Mayvo


Free Press of Lafayette and
Jacob Bembry. Chief Reporter
and Jesse Covell, Reporter of
Greene Publishing. Inc. of
Madison.
During the workshop. the
present participants learned
how to \\ rite better leads and
hox% to pack a more effective
punch with their writing.
The %workshop was infor-
matie and helped each jour-
nalist improve his or her writ-
ing skills and techniques.



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Carolyn Bower, front, teaches for the Southern
Newspaper Publisher's Association and conducts
training for journalists in 17 southeastern states. She
was the guest speaker at the writer's workshop at the
Florida Press Association. Participants included sec-
ond row, left to right: Jesse Covell and Jacob Bembry.
Third row, left to right: Patricia Behnke, Albert Issac,
Steve Liner, Linda Smith and Ira Mikell. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Lanny Thomas, July 27, 2006)

Robinson Wins Wild1


Adventures Tickets





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Jakoby Robinson, left, won four tickets to Wild Ad-
ventures in a recent Greene Publishing, Inc. drawing.
Jacob Bembry, right, presents the tickets to Robinson,
who was very excited at winning them. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Carl Painter, July 17, 2006)



Certificates of Deposit
Provided by Keith Hargrove, State Farm
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CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
Effective from Annual Percentage
08/02/206 usi8 2oo0u interest Rates yield tAP
90-day"* 4.40c 4.50)c
180-da3e 4.83 4.95 %
1-year- 5.12% 5.25%
2-year 5.59% 5.75%
3-year 5.35% 5.50%
4-year 4.88% 5.00%
5-year 4.97% 5.10%
*Jumbo CDs are available. **IRA Certificates of
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Effective from Interest Rates iAnnuilPerceniage
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2-year 5.59% 5.75%
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Minimum opening deposit required for a Jumbo CD is $100,000.
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STATE FARM SELECT AGENT
KEITH G.
HARGROVE
145 E. Base St.
Or- (850) 973-6641 .
as' FDIC


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Plumbing Repairs Wells Drilled
Fixtures-Faucets Pumps Replaced
Sewer & Water Connections Tanks Replaced
Water Heater Repairs All Repairs


125 SW Shelby Ave.
Madison, FL 32340
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Carlton Burnette
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850-973-1404


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Freddy Pitts or Jimmy King
Serving Madison, Jefferson
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233 W. Base St., Madison
(850) 973-4071
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(850) 997-2213
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Friday, August 4, 2006


..... Madison Traffic Units

I Urge Parents To

Buckle Up Children
_____


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No Job Too Big or Small
By Appointment Only
(386) 364-4003

TRIM/UPHOLSTRY

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Seat Covers Vinyl Tops
Carpet & Furniture
Upholstry
Terry. & Ann.Hasty Ox"ners
1741 WGordon St: Valdosta, GA
(229) 333-0106


INSURANCE

State
Farm
Insurance
Keith Hargrove, Agent
145 E Base St. "Madison, FL
(850) 973-6641


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of Madison
702 W. Base St.*Madison, FL
(850) 973-8312
(850) 973-8341
fax: (850) 973-3774
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Paint & Body Repair

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4317 W Pensacola St.
Tallahassee, FL
(850) 575-7124
Seamless Panel Repair
FREE ESTIMATES
Paint & Body Repair



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A/C, Alter.,Exhaust
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Auto Repair
Foreign & Domestic
405 S. Ohio St. -Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-1225
A/C, Alternator, Brakes,
Exhaust, Dual Exhaust
CVAxles & Tune-Ups

Auto/Marine
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505.Goldkist Ave.
Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-1411
Mon.-Fri. 8am-6pm
Reg# MV45352

Engine/Brakes
Alexander's
Auto Service
"If you can't come to'
us, we'll come to you"
24 Hr. Mobile Service
Foreign & Domestic Diesel Trucks
Brakes Service Engines Rebuilt
Over 15 Years Experience
(850) 464-1305

Sales/Service
Von's
Automotive
Sales & Service
1108 East Base St.
Madison, FL
(850) 973-6450
Owners:
James Von Rhoden
Mike Dowdy
Service/Repair

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Auto Care
909 E. Base St.
Madison, FL
(850) 973-2676
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Motors
1512 E. Base St.
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(850) 973-1230
New & Used Tires Automotive Repairs


Trans. / Parts

M&M
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Foreign Domestic
Front & Rear Wheel
Full Drive Train
Differential
and
Parts Finder
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5084 NE Colin Kelly Hwy.
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850-973-6677
1-800-592-1257
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Tire/Alignment

Jody's
Tire & Alignment
813 S. St. Augustine
Valdosta, GA
(229) 245-8880

Tire/Muffler
O Hall's
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1412 East Base St.
Madison, FL
(Beside Clover Farm)
(850) 973-3026
Owners:
Daryl & Lee Anne Hall
Tires/Access.

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Towing/Repair
Jimmie's
Firestone
Service Center & Towing
Auto Sales & Tires
SR 53 & 1-10, Exit 258
Madison, FL
(850) 973-8546
24 Hour Towing
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Automotive
Service & Towing

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Madison, FL
(850) 253-0200


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Converters, Batteries


4 Tips For

Saving

Gas This

Summer

Summer road trips
used to be associated
with freedom; but this
year, with gas prices still
hovering at record
marks nationally, they're
more likely to be associ-
ated with costs.

Here are 4 simple ideas
to make your car more
fuel-efficient.

1. Check your owner's
manual to find out what
fuel octane rating your
car's engine needs then
buy it. Resist the urge to
buy higher-octane gas
for "premium," perform-
ance, unless your car
requires it. Octane has
nothing to do with the
gasoline's perfo rmance,
merely its volatility fac-
tor -in the combustion
chamber. Translation: If
your manual. doesn't
specify that your car
needs premium gas,
there's no reason to pay
more for it.

2. Keep your tires
inflated to the proper
levels. Under-inflated
tires make it harder for
your car to move down
the road, which means
your engine uses more
fuel to maintain speed.
In fact, a single tire,
under inflated by two
pounds per-square-inch,
(PSI), increases fuel
consumption by one
percent. Check your
owner's manual or the
decal in your car's door-
jamb for correct infla-
tion levels. -

3. Make sure that you
change the oil and main-
tain your car's power-
train according to your
,owner's manual. This
will ensure that your.
car's engine will operate
at maximum efficiency,
thus providing the best
fuel economy. Dirty air
filters, old spark plugs
and low fluid levels can
affect engine perform-
ance and fuel efficiency.

4. Lay off the accelera-
tor. A car uses more fuel
under hard acceleration.
So don't race up to red
lights or stop signs,
avoid q uick "jackrabbit"
starts, and-don't goose
the throttle to jump into
holes in traffic.


ty. Jessaiu n Lo%\eII
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Police Department and Madison Count\ Sher-
iff's Department have set goals and standards. within and out of
cit\ limits to increase the proper use of seat belts and child safe-,
t) seats. B) doing this. Madison residents can improve saving
the precious lies of themselves and their passengers.
Records show that adults who do not buckle up are sending
children a deadly message that it is okay not to wear a seat belt,
because children mirror adult behavior.,
As of,2000, Florida statewide safety belt use was only 65%
of obser ed driers, and proper use of child safety seats was
only 2%. : .
Florida leads the nation in the number of people killed by
deplo. ing airbagS because they %ere not properly restrained in a-
child seat'or in a safety belt % hen the air bag deployed.
:Madison Police Department's Kevin Stout commented.
"There has been countless ac-
cidents in. Madison County
that could have been presented
if parents urged their children
to buckle up and sta\ buckled
-,. up."
The Madison Police Depart-
Sment and Madison County'
Sheriff's Department urge
everyone to help reduce in-
juries and the traffic crashes by
buckling up every child in an'"
approved restraint, in the back.
seat of a vehicle.
Both departments would like
Kevin Stout tS'iemind residents of Flori-
da's child restraint laws and Florida's safety belt laws.
Under Florida's child restraint laws, all children under the
age of si. must be properly restrained,no matter where they are
sitting in the vehicle. Children up to age three must be secured
in a separate carrier or a vehicle manufacturer's integrated child
safety seat. Children ages four and five must use a separate car-
rier, an integrated child safety seat, or a safety belt. All drivers
are responsible for buckling up a child passenger.
Under Florida's safety belt laws all front seat occupants
must buckle up regardless of their age. Passengers under the
age of 18 must be belted in either the front or the back seat of
the vehicle. The driver is held responsible for passengers under
the age of 18 who are not bucklpd up. Also, passengers 18 years
of age or older may be individually fined if they are not buck-
led tip.
Madison County Sheriff's
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Friday, August 4, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11A


Crystal Farnel s Kidney Transplant


" Peanut Boll To Fund Skeet Shoot Set For Saturday


SRaise Funds For

Eye Cancer Patient
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"I don't understand how the most innocent of us
could be overcome with such a ruthless disease,"
Michael Johnson, uncle of Noah Edward Williams, said.
Noah has cancer of the eye and is undergoing treat-
ment in Miarmi. The costs of travel and motel stays are
more than most families could ever afford.
Midway Church of God will take up a special love
offering for the expenses during their peanut boil on Sat-
urday, August 5. The free peanut boil, which, begins at 6
p.m., will feature a concert by the Singing Reflectsons.
Midway Church of God is located at 2485 SE-Mid-
way Church Road. just off County Road 255. three miles
south of Interstate 10.
Noah is the son of Courtney MarkeN and the great-
grandson of Virginia Johnson., of Perry, arid the late Re\.
George Johnson, who served as a pastor %w ith the Church
of God in the Madison, Suwannee and Jefferson Count)
areas for a number of years.
"I don't know what else there is to say except that I
am amazed that in the sex en months he has been ali\e.
this little man has personified braver,." Noah's Uncle
Michael said.. '


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
A benefit skeet shoot'
will be held to raise money
for the Crystal Far'ell Kid-
ney Transplant Fund on Sat-,
urday, August 5. beginning at
10 ,a.m. at Wally's Firing,
Range on Rocky Ford Road.
north of Madison.
No pre-registration is re-
quired for the event, which
will include both a skeet
shoot competition (for ages
12 and up) and a.young,
shooters competition (for
ages 11 and under). Registra-
tion begins at 9 a.m.
Entry fee for the skeet
shoot is $20. The entry in-
cludes one round i 25 shots
of shooting. Prizes \ ill be


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awarded to the best marks-
man. There will be 1a shoot-
out in case ofa tie. ,
Entraniis are askedd to
bring their own gun, ammo
and lawn chair. Amniunition
will be available for pur-
chase, if it is needed.
Entry fee for the young,
'shooters competition is $5.
An entry includes ohe round
(10 shots) of shooting. Guns
and ammunition will be pro-
vided for this even Prizes
%\ill be awarded to the best
marksmen. i
A raffle will be held dur-
ing the skeet shoot for a Sax-
age .17-caliber rifle.
No raffle tickets \%ill be
sold before Saturday.
All spectators aire \%el-


come. Concessions will be
available. ; .
No alcoholic beverages
are allowed during this
event.
:Anyone wishing to get a
receipt for a tax deduction
must \\rite checks out to
.Midway Church of God. All
funds collected at the event
will be placed in the church's
account and earmarked for
the Crystal Farnell Kidney
Transplant Fund.
If \ou cannot attend the
skeet shoot. and wish to
make a donation. please send
a donation, and mark what it
is for to: Nllidway Church of
God. 24-85 SE Nlid\ ay
Church Road. Lee. FL
32059.


Crystal Farnell


S-v,.-:6ni nd Elect

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Jim & Madison County School Board, District 5
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Lee Church Presents


School Supplies


To Children


Lee Volunteer


Fire Department"


To Host


Yard Sale
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
The Lee Volunteer Fire Department will host a yard sale
on Saturday, September 9.
The yard sale, which will be held at Lee City Hall, will
begin at 8 a.m. and last until 3 p.m.
Anyone who wishes to reserve space at the yard sale may
reserve a space may do so by donating $10 to the LVFD.
Anyone wishing to donate items for use .to the fire depart-
ment may do so by calling Carolyn Bosse at 971-5573.


to all students returning on August 9!1


School children, from Pre-K and up, who attend the church, received bags full of back-to-school supplies
at Midway Church of God. Children pictured in1 attendance are, front row, left to right: Chloe Cline, J.W. Phillips,
Georgia Phillips and Emmie Phillips. Middle row, left to right: Rebecca Phillips, Cody Cline and Devin Cline.
Back row, left to right: Mary Wright, Tiffany Plillips and Kelsi Wainwright. Following their Wednesday evening
class, people at the church enjoyed an ice cream social. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, July
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CHURCH


Friday, August 4, 2006


^1fIadiwon) ^?7~At/ I2Afditif &Aurck


Most unusual to have no flowers in church. Preacher wel-
comed Bill Hamrick who's been out with surgery. Preachers
message was from Jeremiah that God had a plan for his life
through Jeremiah was like Moses and Isaiah in feeling that he
was not "the right man for the plan". Many a person has felt:
that way.

Long ago John Wesley wrote;
"Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the, times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can."

Because we shall not pass this way again, we know that
there is "nothing good we have done to deserve even one" of
his great blessings, but he is gracious, and loving, and forgiv-
ing.
I am reading David Jeremiah's book on grace, showing


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Lee Worship Center
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Sunday .................................. .................... 11:011 a.m .
Sunday F emning torshipi............................. 6:110 p.m
Thurs. Prayer htr-ling & Bible Slud) ............6:l11 p.m.
SCh .l. V hr E :r',..ri, i: On .
CAl PLr'-r'r C l,.,rlo .'.. M -,rlr.:iu L.,....ic f .:. r A: ,.lini l eri B rerdr.
M1cC..racjk o, i prj,. :r .J- i c hur h h '-'7[.2 4 I


Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene
I.'.. .. .' ,. ,
Sunday School......... .. ........................10:1 11) .ni.
M morning % urshhip......................................... 11-00 u.m.
E ienina U\or hip.......................................... 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Sud)................................':3 p.m.



Reapers Of The Harvest Church
? m irl. ..:-I G i,:.: .. 11l F -.* H ,I.1
Sunday% School.................... ....................111... :1 a.m .
Morning \orship...................... .. ....... 11:ill a.m.
Evening Worship...... .... ...... ........(:l)ll p.mn
Wednesday) Nighl Serti ........ ................7:30 p.m.
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l l ie h e ', o I l l l . .. o , h / si L .'A tl -' I
E\ ER N ONE IS %L%%. S WELCOME !


St. Vincent DePaul Roman
Catholic Church
7,1.:.:,,,," I. I .5 7-- -27 2"
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Sunday .............................. ...................'o:i ) i.m .
.M on.. 'ue... ,cd. la .. ............... .......:3 a n.m.
Thurqdm Mal.i .. ......... .. ......... .........7: n11 a.m.
S raturdan M asn.....................................5:3II p.m.



St. Mary's Episcopal Church
141.1 NE H. ..r I, . _, :.. .IIi i.- |
7/1. ;, i to r i a ... i r ..,: ,* ,1 ; \ .;r i.,


Sunday Church Schol. ... ............... .I0:011 a.m.
Sunday Holh Euchari ..........................I.. :f11 a.m.
Mi.ion Board 2nd Sunda.......................1:1111i p.m.
Epi.,lpal Chur.h \l.niiLIn 3rd uindaiy .. ..I l:lil p.m.
1 ,1;.,1 d n .. i, ...I


likenesses and differences in the lives of Paul and John New-
ton, both knowing God had touched their lives and filled them
with grace. Much later in life John Newton wrote "Amazing
Grace" and there are many other verses from those we usually
sing. We sing "When we've been there ten thousand years'
we've no less days to live". Chancel Choir sang that in a
mighty way "Ten Thousand Years".

Night service was our special Fifth Sunday Sing.,
David Fries
Clyde, Dan, Liane
Amy Robinson
Dan Campbell
Liane Wakefield

.We pray comfort for Elizabeth Almand and family in the
death of Mr. Felton and especially since she's been so sick and
in the hospital.
There are many ill among us and we pray for them. Hettie
and Gordon Selman and their daughter Martha, Tommy Hen-
derson, Kathy and Norman Hayes both not doing well at all, Al


I,


St. John Damascene
Orthodox Catholic Church
11il SW Brofad A- GreenM ille,. FL 32331 85O-945-2S22
Revci'e td Fatti r T.J. Payne
BishIiop .4 Ic.idI' r Bairth/oloUitt.'

Sunday Eucharist......................9:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Faith Baptist Church
II U S 'W E N.l I* .J, ..n F L .1 .'- 3.2 '
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-SundaJ chool........................................ ...9:45 n.m.
o" rnhini \\ rhliip...................................... 11:110 a.m .
Church [raining................................. .........6:110 p.m.
I'. ening \\N% r hip............................................7:110 p.m .
11 i.. r, ran er NEeling. itdn da).......................7-8:011 p.m.
L... I,,: Fanmil Nighl Supptr. Isl [.Iednday........6-7:011 p.m.
I" ,, IPupptll Minisr). SIunda .............................6:00 p.m.
------ IRO iilalnon. Mlondas............................:3U p.m.


Grace Presbyterian Church
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Sunday) S hool For %il A S......................9:45 a.m.
.'unda3 NMb rning orship................ :......ll:11) a.m.
WVed. Fellki.hip Suppcr.Bihl. Sliud........6:0U( p.m.
|lou.lh Groups .W 121h G radI t.................fl:311 p.m.
Chuir PIraclic ........................................ 7:31) p.m .
Frida% M.len's Prasmr Bruakfasl.................7:00 a.m.
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Lee United Methodist Church
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Morning %h,%lip..................... ...... 8:3i. a.m.
Sunilii ... ... ..... ...... .......... ..9 45 a.m .
Mourning l...rip ... .. .. ... ...... .. ..II.J .i.inm
Suinlldaii E ni rali r..lI p .. .......... ......... h:3 p.m.
MN s I ll.. -hai d i .lla.i, l
S ,,nd Sind.. ... .. ................ ..... ........ :ll .m .
MiIlrplI: \,... l I 7 I ',, ,Iu.J. i .r .iiii,



Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
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Clierr, L..kc FL .'' ".
7h' *. i ..i .1
nildam School .. ........................................9:45 a.m .
Posliiral Saundt.) ,.I ..i 'a, ,.l- i.....................11:01 a.m .
\)ouli Cliu. -Ih .. .i l,.,, .......... ................ :011 a.m .
PalorJ -l S lU l 1 ,11. ,11. .i i., .................. ..l 1:011 a.m .


Spurlock, Don Bass, (Steve's dad) Nita's friend Deanne Miller
at Shands now and not doing well, Marvell in Madison Hospi-
tal, and all others.
We welcome Anna Larrabee's little Kaitlyn Grace born
Tuesday morning. Bless them and their family; We give many
thanks for ten little ones in Nursery School and pray for them
and their families and the Nursery workers.
Thinking still about last Sunday's sing at the Nazarene
Church, Jim Pulliam (youngest one of Mr. and Mrs. WalteriPul-
liam) joined us playing harmonica and sharing many memories
of old. He joined, Sam.on guitar, Jan on piano, or Diana on pi-
ano (Robbie also played one song one our Grandmother Ag-
ner loved... Did \ ou know the world is dying for a little bit of
love that lights the wrong and fills the heart with hope and
song?) Music is such a vital part of worship and we are so
blessed at our church with such a wonderful director,' organist,
pianist, singers, soloists! Amen! Bless all of them!
May the Lord help us "bend our knees in order for our
souls to be lifted" our sign to the west. May we also. we will-
ing to.follow the plari he has for each of us, all of us.
Amen! And Amen!



Phone Home


It's Me


As Jesus' ministry was
winding down, more and more
He began warning His disci-.
ples of what was to come. He
urged them to carry on in His
name. However. they. found it


Hanson United Methodist Church
2''. NE L)Da r:, sir.,:cl i i.n.,,n. FL
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Sun da School ........................................... ...111:110 a.m .
M morning Iorship....................................... 11:15 a.m.
Sundo} E lenine Bible Stud) ...........................6:00 p.m.
Choir Practice Sunda, t'aning .......................5:00 p.m.
Wednesday E'enini, Pra .-r Str'ice...............7:001) p.m.
All Are \Velcomie. Ple.ise Coime!

Fellowship Baptist Church
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7t,. hl. & t--l.,ll7l.cni 7l i ,. -. .', ,. "*.'* ,r,.._ \,li]|l M7 i ,r,,t,
Morning or,hip...... .. ..........8:3 an.m. & 11:110 a.m.
Sunday School......................................... 10:100 a.m.
\\ednesda): Fanmil) Nighl ...............Call lor schedule
A t-ill/ f, undl.. *,',hr.,itvr,'n* \ sin,','ltll'"
It rllK Jcan d ,, .l *I hll. ..,-,.I ....l ..,.'-* -3 .4".50


First United Methodist Church
Since I 31. H ,,' iR, ,t 1i,1l..Jrc 5 -1 _' ..9"3.-I'h2'95
Ai R.I...,' Ln ih,
Bfl iltl 5.irn/L'c i..''I i nl' l I I C' 1 i ."tI'll L.> L0 .illi i
Service of Word & .bl...........................:... 30 d.m.
.. Sunday Schuool............................................ 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, Morninig 1 or-.lhip............................11:1 a.m.
.... cdnedn Aill l .ili iiradt 6-81.......6:311-8:0110 p.m.
,Youlh i radlt )-12i .................................. 7:01) p.m.
i..... tllen Fillo _.liip BraikIa.t i3rd Sun. ........8:1111 nR.m.
S Women's nMt.eline & Lunch i Ist Mon.i.....12:00 noon


Greenville Baptist Church
I r.'r- Si i ,, l I.,..,'1 ,1.l. F1 L l l. '.-
Sunda) ShorI .l \11 \% t...... ..... .... ... Ii .. Ul.il a.m.
Sund.ii Mn rning 'C,.ruhip .... ... ... ..... 1:1111 i.
Suidai Eit ninp % rlhip. ................ .. ... 7:1)1) p.m.
Sllundut I'it-dh,,,lI. 111i]iil,, .,iiid
Adulh4 IhU ,ir thniaii ........ .. ..5-311 p.m.
vdut-nsda)P I'hL- l,, Liduldiitn,
uiilh & Adull Bihble udi ....... .........7:11) p.m.
Iq' Sa undai ~t minmlih-Mni BraiikI t........8:11l a hi.
V ,ill I iJ.: --I


God!


difficult to believe.
He reassured them, telling
them that although they may
not see Him anymore, He
would always be with them. Je-
sus was one to keep His
promises.
When He finally ascended
into Heaven, the Holy Spirit
was there to guide the disciples
through the trials they would
face as they spread Jesus'
word.
The Holy Spirit is with you
still. You cannot see Him or
hear Him, but He is with you.
You need only believe, and He
will touch your heart and guide
-. .

When Jesus recruited the
apostles, He told them that He
would make them "fishers of,
men." And, while this was
something they could under-
stand, being fishermen, they
could not truly know what this
meant until He had died, been
resurrected, and ascended to
heaven.
They would fulfill their
mission with clarity and
courage. Many would be mar-
tyred because of their faith.
Yet, they continued to do His
work, knowing they would be
rewarded not on this earth, but
with eternal life in heaven with
Clrist.
You may not be called
upon to be a martyr, although
some still in this world are.
When your faith waivers, think
of the courage of those early
Christians. They faced death of
the body because they be-
lieved. Follow their example.
Walk in their footsteps, as they
walked in the footsteps of
Christ. In this, so too, will you
be rewarded.

"There is neither Jew nor
Greek, there is neither bond nor
free, there is neither male nor
female: for ye are all one in
Christ ... Galations 3:28
When these words were writ-
ten, a controversy raged in the
new Christian church. Should
Gentiles be allowed to enter the
church, or was it only for Jews,
with whom the covenant of
faith and salvation was first
made?
Eventually, the apostles
came to know the truth, thanks
to the Holy Spirit. My Word is
for everyone. I make no dis-
tinction among you. You are all
My children.
Jesus knew this and acted
accordingly. He preached love,
tolerance and forgiveness not
just for believers, but non-be-
lievers as well.
Thus, as My children, you
must all treat each other as
brothers and sisters. Rejoice in
this family! Love one another
as I love you.
(c) 2005 DBR Media, Inc.


Madison Church of God
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Sunday ';chojdi................. ........................ 10:00 a.m .
M morning nr hip.......................................... 11:00 a.m .
Ea.ning \ u)r-.hip .......................................6:00 p.m .
iN(dnhh .,da) Bible Siud............... ................ .7:00 p.m.










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MADISON COUNTY HISTORY


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A


1898 First Baptist Church.





N RU k


(Courtesy of Elmer's Genealogy)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greoit Publishitng. Inc. .
The 1898 Sanctuary was built during the years of Stephen
Crockett's ministry. It was located on the corner of Base and
Meeting Streets.
E.B. Browning Sr. in an article printed in the Middle Flori-
da Baptist Association 1974-1975 report described the sanctu-
ary as follows:
"The Reverend Stephen 1'rockett, an Englishman. was
pastor during construction of the beautiful building. The archi-
-tecture took a marked turn from the old square cornered build-
ing,regnant since the, days of the pioneers. The 1898 Sanctu-
ary went-in for a hexagonal wall system, a roof of many


gables, and beautification of e\ er\ feature. It was truly a long
distance from the frontier tN pe of "Meeting House." The inte-
rior .\ith its colored ,\indows of decorated glass and its Kil-
gren Organ is truly a "Thing of Beauty." as John Keats. the
English poet said. Behind the Kilgren Organ. history speaks in
accents plain. There are found the old bellows, the handle for
hand-pumping and the entire system,. antedating electrical ac--
ti ation."
Prior to the building of the 1956 Sanctuary this building
has moved to the \W corner of the church property. Browning
says. "Here the entire church becomes a living monument to
Reverend Stephen Crockett, Good Witness of Christ a lover of
history .


STEPHEN





CROCKETT


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Stephen Crockett was a
native of England. He was
born on September 15, 1867.
At the young. age of 19
years old, he departed as a
single man from Amsterdam,
The Netherlands on the ship
Schiedam and he arrived in
the United States on Decem-
ber 27 1886.
He lived in Kentucky
and Illinois for quite some
time. In the mid.. 1890's, he
moved to Madison and ac-
cepted the pastorate at the
First Baptist Church where
he served from 1895-1901.
During his time as pas-
tor, the church flourished
and prospered. The elegant
and modern -structure that
was used by the congrega-
tion as a place of worship
was built largely through his
efforts.
Reverend Crockett re-
signed as pastor of the First


Baptist Church effective
January 1, 1902. He had
served in that position for
nearly seven years.
On July 22, 1902 his
wife, Mary, a native of Ken-
tucky died in the hospital in
Thomasville, Georgia.
On January 1, 1903 he
remarried to Mary Anna
Shepard of Quincy..
In 1903, he was instru-
mental in' establishing mail
delivery in the Ellaville,
Belville and the Blue
Springs area.
Reverend Stephen
Crockett died December 16,
1919 at his home in Bay-
onne, New Jersey. At the
time. of his death, he was
pastor of the People's Bap-
tist Church in Bayonne.
From newspaper articles that
followed his death, the peo-
ple of Bayonne loved the
Reverend Crockett as much
as the ,people of Madison
had.


- (Courtesy of Elmer's Genealogy)


Reverend Stephen Crockett


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARINGS
PROPOSED LAND USE
CHANGES
The Madison County Planning & Zoning Board has
scheduled a Public Hearing regarding the following
Proposed Land Use Changes to-the Madison County
Future Land Use Map.

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1) Change approximately 80 acres located South of 1-10 on Hwy
221, Greenville from Agriculture 2 Land Use to Highway
Interchange Land Use. The parcels are in Section 4 Township
1 South, Range 7 East.
2) Change approximately 690 acres located North and South of
1-10 between Hwy 53 and Hwy 255, Madison irom
Agriculture 2 Land Use to Highway Interchange Land Use.
The parcels are in Sections 16.17, 20. 21, & 22, Township 1
South, Range 10 East.

The Madison County Planning and Zoning Board, acting as the
Local Planning Agency. will hold a Public Hearing on the adoption
of Future Land Use Map Amendments on THURSDAY, AUGUST
10, 2006, at 5:45 P.M., to consider recommendations to the
Madison Board of County Commissioners regarding the amend-
ments. The Madison County Planning and Zoning Board will hold
its meeting in the Commission Meeting Room of the County
Courthouse Annex, Room 107. A copy of proposed amendments
may be inspected by the public at the Office of the Madison
County Commissioners Administration Office. Please be advised
,that ifa person decides to appeal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a
record of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made. which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
FOR SMALL SCALE
AMENDMENT TO:
MADISON COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
FUTURE LAND USE MAP.

The Madison County Planning & Zoning Board,
acting as the Local Planning Agency. will hold a public
hearing in the County Commission Meeting Room,
Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Madison,
Florida, on Thursday, August 10, 2006, at 5:30 p.m. or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, to consider
recommendations to the Madison County Board of
County Commissioners in the following:
APPLICATION: A request by Mr. Russell Graves
for a small-scale amendment to the Madison County
Comprehensive Plan Future Land use Map for the pur-
pose of reclassifying 1.270 acres from Conservation to
Agriculture II Zoning.
LOCATION OF PROPERTY: Section 10,
Township 1 South, Range 11, Parcel #1521-OWB-027,
Located in the Willow Bend Subdivision, NE Willow Bend
TerraceRoad and a private road.
A copy of the application is available for inspec-
tion by the public during normal business hours at the
Board of County Commissioners, Administration Office,
Room 219, Courthouse Annex, Madison, Florida (Phone:
850-973-3179). '
All interested parties may appear at the meeting
and be heard with respect to the above referenced appli-
cation. Any person wishing to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public .hearing will need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
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ICAN's Community Connector


Program


B\ Elizabeth Hollingsw\orth.
ICAN Community Connector
ICAN's Honor Our Fa-
thers and Mothers Luncheon
on June 24th w as such a bless-
ing to the volunteers and the
honorees. We had 7 volunteers
come and cook and serxe a
home-cooked meal and
desserts to 22 low-income el-


derly. \Ve also had a sing
along and a teaching on "Leav-
ing a Spmritual Legacy." One
of the senior men got up and
led the group in an impromptu
song that we all enjoyed, and
another senior man brought his
homemade banjo and played
along %\ ith the group.
In reporting \\hat we did.


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big deal," but God was truly in work t
this event and no one wanted structic
to leave when it w as over. The to sent
seniors were so blessed by this people
and so were we. All the se- and on
niors hugged our necks on the benefit
way out. and one of the senior derly,
ladies said. "You know. we abled
don't get to do this kind of County
thing very often, and this was ing to
such a treat and a joy." We helpedi
send a big thank you to Myra nectior
Valentine. B.J. Babb. Carma. County.
Kay Harris. S.am & Jan Agner people
and Edna McCormick, for giv- denorm
ing of their most precious as- nomic
set-their time, to this occa- who ar
sion. Ur
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nector program \was responsi- going
ble for planning, organizing 30th, a
and carrying out these and oth- funds
er worthy events that have gram.
made a total of 502 connec- quiries
ions since last November. an we get
average of 41 connections per don't t
month A connection is de- Near.
fined as us connecting a person Th
(or persons) who wants to have a
meet a need % ith a person who are vei
has a need and the need is met. do hom
There have been a wide to det(
variety of services rendered type of


this time. from yard
o house repair to con-
on of wheelchair ramps
ing a free meal to needy
, and the list goes on
n. These services have
ed 370 low-income el-
single parents and dis-
citizens of Madison
., and have been a bless-
both the helper and the
e." Each of these con-
is have made Madison
. stronger by bringing
together from different
nations. races and eco-
standings to assist those
e in need.
fortunately, the grant
keeping this program
ends this September
md ICAN is in need of
to continue this pro-
We have sent out in-
on grants, however, if
even one of them. they
be effective until next
he financial needs \we
re: staff salaries (which
ry low.). staff travel (to
ie visits with the elderly
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continue the positive impact
this program is having on our
County? If you. your church.
your club or )our organization
is interested in helping the
Community Connector pro-
gram financially, and would
like more information, call
Elizabeth Hollingsworth at
929-4985 or email at eliza-
beth_Hollingsworth @yahoo.c
0111.
If you wish to send your
donation in the mail. please
make checks out to ICAN and
designate it for the Communi-
ty Connector program. and
mail it to PO Box 831. Madi-
son. FL 32341. If desired, we
ill send donors a financial re-
port on a quarterly basis to ac-
count for funds expended. If
you are unable to help us at
this time, we humbly request
that you pray for those who are
in a position to help us to hear
and respond to this request if
it's in agreement with the will
of the Lord for them.

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Letter From- Madison Cou nty High School -


A Letter From Madison County High School


Superintendent, Lou Miller


Dear Madison County Students and Parents.
'VWe look forward to a great new 2006-07
school year. We are excited about the possibil-
ities that lie before us. We saw improx ement at
every grade level last year and
raised our district school grade
average to a C. As we hae
prepared for the new yNear, we
have carefully planned for
your success during this Near
of education. We have hired
highly qualified teachers and
support staff, we have ordered
instructional materials to help
meet our goals: we hae pre-
pared the facilities for an opti-
mal learning environment and
now we are just waiting on
your return so that xwe can be-
gin the journey tow% ard highest
student achievement.: We w% ant
you to get the best education
possible because it is definitely ,our ticket tb.a
brighter future.
What's new in our system for 2006-07 is
this: ..
Greenville Elementary School has a new
principal, Mr. Melvin, Roberts. and Madison
County Central School has a new principal.
Mr. Sam Stainaker.
We-have a new Enhancing Educational
Through Technology grant for $866,000,
which will provide, new laptops and project
based learning. in eleven model classrooms
,across our county. The new project manager is
Danny Webb and his assistant, Tish Phillips.
As we work on continuous improve ement
in all of our schools, we will haxe a ne\w con-
tinuous Improtemenit Coordinator, De'Waine
Knight, \\ho will assist the K-8 grades .focus
lessons and mini-assessments.
We have implemented School Choice
and notified all K-8 families. of their choices.


us .. -. ... -.


!


Lee Elementary wxas designated as the School
of Choice for 2006-07.
Pinetta Elementar. is an "A" School in
the Florida school grading system because of
their excellent improvement
in student achievement.
Madison County Central,
Greenville Elementary, and
Pinetta Elementar \x ill re-
ceive School, Recognition
funds from the state because,
of raising their school, grade_
through improvement efforts.
Schools will be focusing
on safetyv health, and well-
ness along %ith academics for
both students and teachers
alike.
Please participate in your.
school's Open house this year.
Ml lerThe open house schedule is:
-Greenville Elementary. -
PreK-5th, Aug. 8, 4:30 p.m. .
Lee Elementary PreK-5th, Aug. 8,
5:00-7:00 p.m.
.Madison Co. Central Aug. 7, 4:30-7:00,


p.m.
NMadison Co. High Aug. 7, 5:30-7:30
p .m ,/ ... . ..... ' ,
Madison Co. Excel Alternative School -,
Aug. 8, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Pinetta Elementary Aug. 3, 6:00-7:00
p.m. and lst-5th, Aug. 7, 5:30-7:30
Open House is a great way to get involved
in the school. Give the school your e-mail ad-
dress so you can receive news and updates on.
your students progress. Sign up to be a volun-
teer or be a mentor. Sign up for P.T.O. land
w ork with your school to improve it. You are
welcome and w e need your support to get the
best for the children of. Madison County.
Sincerely,
Lou S. Miller I


WMadison County Central Schofi


The faculty and staff of Madison Count3
Central School wish to welcome all of our
students back to school. We are expecting a
great and prosperous school year especially
in student achievement. Our school day will
begin with student supervision starting at
7:20. Students are expected to go to their first
period class at 7:45 with the normal school
day beginning at 7:55.' Breakfast will be
available for all students. The cost is $.75
(full price) and $.30 (reduced). Once students
finish breakfast, they are expected to go to
their homeroom class. As you may have no-


. .. ........ . 1 "' ., '.


ticed there \was a slight increase in breakfast
prices, lunch prices will, too see an increase.
Student lunches are $1.75 (full price) and
$.40 (reduced).
As you enter our campus, you will see
many new faces .and some old faces in new
places. Even with the changes in personnel,
we have high expectations for our students in
their achievement levels. MCCS will be host-
ing their annual OPEN HOUSE on Monday,
August 7, 2006 from 4:30 7:00 pm. Come
and meet your child's teachers. As always,
thanks for your support of MCCS.


Be ilngwrt
Prncpa


Dear Parents and Students of
MCHS. .
I would like to welcome
you on behalf of the faculty
and staff.at Madison County
High School. We encourage
you to visit your child's
school throughout the entre
school year. When N ou come
out %we ask that you go by the
main office to sign in and %we
w ill assist you with your.
needs or concerns at that titie.,
We also ask that you bring-
your drivers license so that we.
can scan it to .give you a visi-
, tors pass and/or match you
with \6ur child. Parents Will ,
ibo longer hieed to go to two
locations to sign your child
out of school as it will be
done through the new Parent
Check in/Check out computer
system located in the main of-
fice.. The Emergency' Health
Form that you are asked to fill
out at the beginning of each
school year will ask you to list
the people you 'give permis-
sion to sign your child out of
school and will be entered
into the Parent Check
in/Check out system. If a per-
son comes to pick. a child up
and his/her name is not on the
list, that person will not be
able to pick the child up; This
system is put in place for the,
safety of the children in our'
school. It may take a few"
times to get comfortable, with
the new system.
The faculty and staff will
have a few new faces this year
and a few of the teachers may
have moved from 'where they
were located last year. Our
faculty and staff are extreme-
ly dedicated to our students
and their parents. If we can
be of assistance to you please
call and we will try to help.
We are focused on school im-
provement and ask for your
help and .input as we go
through this year together.
We have altered our daily
instructional focus lessons to
grade level needs. We viewed
data to place students in class-
es that would best help the


academic needs of each stu-
dent. The Continuous Im-
provement Model (CIM.i \\ illr
have data directed specifical-
ly at each grade levels needs
and subject matter that will
address those needs. The State
of Florida requires certain
classes' be taken by students
who score a level 1 *or le'el 2
on the FCAT The FCAT %w ill
test the following areas and
grade levels. The 9th graders
will take the reading test and
math test, the 10th graders
will take the reading test.'
math test and Florida Writes
Test, the llth graders will
take the science test.
The amount of time a stu-
dent is out of class \\ ill affect
the amount of knowledge the
student is able t6: be exposed
to. Therefore,. the high school
has limited the amount of
time our student will.be out of.
instructional classes. This will,
better prepare them for the
FCAT and the global world in
w which the\ witll li\e and com-
pete for jobs in.
I would like inform oou
about our dress code at
MCHS and ask that you help
in enforcing this with your
child. It is the responsibility
of the parent and student to
make sure this code. is met.
MCHS Dress Code calls for-


no xiae caps, bandannas.
curlers, s\w eatbands. combs or
picks in hair. bedroom slip-
pers, shower .slides, tight or
revealing clothing. shorts or
skirt higher than the mid-
thigh, shirts exposing the
shoulder. slides. backless or
midriff shirs,. baggy pants or
shorts 'that hang below the
hip, and pajamas or
loungewear. Remember: the
principal or the principal de-
signee has the final "say" in
determining whether or not a
student's appearance con-
forms to dress code. You may
refer to the "Student Code of
Conduct" book that was given
to iour student for further
clan indication.
Thank you in advance for
your understanding and sup-
port of our faculty and staff at
Madison County High School
with the policies and proce-
dures that w% e ha- e to install. I
am always here with an open
mind about any concerns you
may have. To ensure the best
education for your child we
must have the parent, child,
and school working together.
Together we can achieve our
goal of being "Focused on
Success".
Sincerely,
Ben F. Killingstorth
Principal, MCHS


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Madison County Excel Alternative School

Welcome back to school Mustangs!
Excel's faculty and staff are looking forward to seeing
you and serving you another year as we continue to "rise

Remember to bring your parents/guardians to school
on Monday, August 7th, or Tuesday, August 8th, with in-
formation to register you for school arid to do an academ-
ic plan for the year. Also, remember we are still in uni-
form.
Open house is August 8th from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Come out and meet and greet your teachers for 2006-


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BACK-TO. SCHOOL


Friday, August 4, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3B


Dear Parents and Students: .
As the new principal of Greenville Ele-
mentary School, I along %w ith the entire fac-
ulty and staff x\ welcome you back to the start
of a new school year. We hope that you had
an enjoyable summer filled w ith lots of fun,
rest, and many opportunities to enjoy read-
ing. We also extend a heartfelt hello and a
super welcome to all new students joining
us for their first time.
Making Greenville Elementary School
a great place to learn is our school-%wide
goal." The focus will continue to be on
providing each child with experiences that
are challenging and rewarding. Academic
emphasis on the core content areas of read-
in ,. lan2ua2e arts, science, social studies.
and math %\ill remain a priority\ as \\ell.
August 9). 2006, marks the end of sum-
mer and the official beginning of a new
school \ear. School % ill start each day
promptly at 8:00 a.m. and end at 2:40 p.m.
There \\ill be several changes from last
\ear. MNost notable is the absence of Nir.
George Pridgeon %who retired at the end of
the last school term. We \\ill greatl\ miss


his good humor and joyful presence not
only in Greenville, but also throughout
Madison County. Students and parents will
have a great opportunity to meet and greet
all new and returning staff on August 8,
2006; 4:30 6:30 p.m. during open house.
We expect, our parents/guardians to come
out w ith \our child and see the excitement
in store for a great school year.
As we begin this year, please remember
that Greenville Elementary School is your
school and we welcome and encourage
your involvement. To increase communi-
cation between home and school., \e are
providing agenda books to our students.
We need your support. If you have ques-
tions. please ask them: if you have sugges-
tions, please give them: if you have con-
cerns, please share them. Your support is
essential in achieving academic excellence
for all our children.
Also. please do not forget the back-to-
school rally August 5. 2006. at the Four
Freedoms Park in downtot\ n Madison
Sincerely,
Mel\in Roberts,. Principal


Madison Acade


New Testament

To New Testament
Christian School Students
and Parents:
The teachers and staff of
New Testament Christian
School want to welcome all
new and former students
back to school on Monday.
August 7th. We are very ex-
cited to begin 'our K/4
through 12th grade classes in
our brand new educational
facility located directly be-
hind NTC Center. Come ith an anticipation
of great things happening this year and a posi-
tive attitude! VWe look forward to greeting stu-
dents at the west end of the ne\w building be-


Christian School
: .. !. .. . ." !"'


fore the bell rings at 8:10 a.m. 'Students will
be released at 3:10 p.m. Get ready for an awe-
some Near!
Elaine Doyle. Principal


iCorinth Christian Academy


We are looking forward
to our 2006-2007 school
year. Our faculty and staff
have been busy preparing to
welcome back our students
and our newv additions.
Our first meeting will be
held Thursday, August 3rd
at 7 p.m. for high school aca-
demic advisement. All hioh
school students and parents
are required to attend. Open


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house for all other grades
will be Thursday. August
10th at 7 p.m.
Our students are encour-
aged to bring their school
supplies to Open House and
visit their classrooms. This
preparation \ ill get us ready
to begin classes on Monday.
August 14th at 8 a.m.
It's going to be a great
year at CCA.


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Dear ti'dents and Parents,
' .-n August 21st, Madison
Academy will begin another
year of providing "excellence
in education" for its students.
The faculty and staff of Madi-
son Academy are committed
to maintaining our high stan-


dards in, offering a superior
education for our children; an
education that takes into ac-
count the academic, spiritual,
moral, and emotional devel-
opment of each child.
New to Madison Acade-
my this year is our three-year-


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old kindergarten program. To
make room for this new class,
several improvements have
been made over the summer.
The front office has been ren-
ovated and a new intercom
system installed. A new fence
now encompasses our play-'
ground area.,
We have divided our after
school program into two sepa-
rate programs. Three, four,
and five-year kindergarten
students will report to the 4K
classroom for after school.
First through eighth 'grades
students are still in the Art
room for after school.
We are delighted to have
several new families and look
forward to getting to know
each of you personally. On
Thursday, August 17, from
5:30 6:30 p.m., each of you
is invited to visit the school to
meet teachers and classmates.
The school store will be open
for business during the time of-
Thursday's visitation.
If you would like. to enroll
your child in one of our future
3K or 4K programs, please do
so as soon as possible. As
new, families make applica-
tion for admission, our future
pre-K classes are being filled.
Please feel free to call if
we can be of any assistance.
We look forward to another
great year!
Sincerely,
Willa J. Branham,
Head of School
Janna L. Barrs,
Asst. Head of School


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BACK -TO SCHOOL


Friday, August 4, 2006


Lee Elementar


Lee Ilementary Scnoo01 acutIy ano stalr
welcome all rerurnine students to the 2006-07
school ,ear. We trust that everyone is refreshed
and ready to tackle all the goals, objectives and
benchmarks that our curriculum offers.
Specials thanks to Mr. Johnny Stevens and
his inmate work cre%\ on an outstanding job of
preparing our school facility for the beginning
of school. Mr. George Williams. Mrs. Geneva
Turner and Mr. Phil Cline did an outstanding
job of preparing our buildings for the first day
of school as %\ell.
Parents please don't forget to \ isit the Lee
Elementary School booth on Saturday. August
5. 2006, at the Four Freedoms Park for the an-
nual Back-to-School Information Fair. We
hope to answer all of \our before school ques-
tions dunng the fair that opens at 10:00 a.m.


Christian Herit

Dear Parents and Students.
I hope this letter finds you
ready to start a new school )ear
because it is rapidlN approaching.
I want to welcome each of you to
Christian Heritage Academy in
Greenville. Christian Heritage
Academy's goal is to create a pos-
itive learning environment while
enriching our students with God's
Word. Our academic program is
led by a faculty that promotes a
love for God's Word, structures a
challenging classroom environment, and en-


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We have new faculty and staff members
for 2006-07. We have two additional teachers.
We have added a third grade class and a
kindergarten class. Mrs. Jessica Webb will be
teaching third grade and Mrs. M. J. Kinard will
be teaching kindergarten. Mrs. Cindy Thomas
is our new school secretary and Mrs. Marta
Smith w ill ser'e as our new school nurse. Our
teachers and staff, new and experienced, are
excited about the return of our students and are
ready to assist in all of their learning experi-
ences.
Parents and students are invited to our
Open House on Monday. August 7. 2006.
Open House starts at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.
After a short meeung. teacher classrooms will
be open for visitation.


rage Academq
v. . .' : .*. :,, ,
courage family involvement in the
learning process. We are using the
ABeka curriculum, a Christian
based program developed at Pen-
sacola Christian College. It is our
desire to graduate young men and
women who desire to serve the
Lord in whatever profession they
choose. We rely strongly on fami-
ly cooperation. It is imperative
that our families support the poli-
cies and activities of our school.i
We are all more successful if every-
one involved in the student's educational
process is accountable and re-
3O CSSf sponsible. We desire a God-
honoring lifestyle to be exhibit-
ed at all times. We will have a
chapel service every Wednes- :
day at 8:30. We would love to '
have 'visitors come worship
with ius. Our goal is to have. a
time of student led worship and
then have a pastor from the
community share. from the
word of God. If you have any
nt today! questions that have not been an-:
6 ,sw ered please feel free to con-:
A tact the school (948-2068 or
14 6 948-2838) and we will be hap-
at. 8am-5pm py to assist you.


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Pinetta Elementary is all-quiet ngnt now.
In just a few short days the halls, classrooms.
and playground will be filled with the .von-
derful sounds of children! I would like t take
this time to welcome back students and par-
ents! What a great year we had last year Our
school was rated an "A" school by the Stite of
Florida and reached AYP. Through hard ,'ork
and dedication this goal was accomplished.
This year our goal is to maintain the ame
high standards and expectations achieved last
year. I
We will have a couple of new faces oh our
campus this school year. Mrs. Jo Ragan4 will
be joining our family as a first and s zond
grade combination class teacher. She is vet-
eran teacher who will be a tremendous as et to
our school. Second grade also has a new face,


Mr. Lewis Christmas. He has completed
much of his college course work here at P.E.S.
so he has been a part of our family for a
while now.
Other new happenings at our school in-
clude a new walking track and fitness stations;
a building for classroom space; a class set of
- archery materials for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th
grades; and NEW LUNCH PRICES!
Our school day begins at 7:55 A.M. and
ends at 2:45 P.M. Open house for kinder-
garten students will be Augus.t 3rd at 6:00
P.M. and August 7th at 5:30 P.M. for lst-5th
grades. .I also hope to see you at the back to
school fair August 5th from 10:00-12:00 at.the
Gazebo in Madison.
We look forward to another great year at
P.E.S. where we expect the best.


The Board of County Commissioners of Mad
within the area shown on the map below, by
County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter refe


son County, Florida, proposes to change the use of land
mending the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Madison
red to as the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:


CPA 06-1, an application by Karl J. Sanders, is agent for Thomas H. Greene, Jr., to amend the Future
Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan changing the future land use classification from
INDUSTRIAL to COMMERCIAL for property described, as follows:

A parcel of land lying within Section 7, Township I North, Range 9 East, Madison County,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: Commence at the intersection of the
Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 53 with the Southwesterly right-of-way line of CSX
Railroad; thence South 60'45'37" Eas along the Southwesterly right-of-way line of said CSX
Railroad 1,279.29 feet; thence South :9"14'23" West 733.95 feet; thence South 89914'23" West
437.35 feet to the Easterly right-of-w, y line of said State Road 53, lying on a non-tangent circular
curve to the right, having a radius of ;,679.58 feet and a central angle of 09'26'54"; thence along
the Easterly curved right-of-way line )f said State Road 53, an aro distance of 936.59 feet, with a
chord bearing and distance ofNorth I 5030'32".West 935.53 feet, tithe point of tangency of said
curve; thence North 10146'l3" West along the Easterly right-of-Way ine of said State Road 53, a
distance of 376.28 feet to the Point o Beginning.

Containing 17.79 acres, more or less.


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The first of two public hearings concerning the amendment to consider on first reading an ordinance adopting
said amendment, will be conducted by the Boarl of County Commissioners on Auguist 16,2006 at 5:30 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the Courthouse Annex, Board Room, located at 229
Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida.,
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notices concerning the matter will be published.
The public hearing is being conducted by the oard of County Commissioners to consider on first reading
an ordinance adopting said amendment, whicA title reads, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY) FLORIDA, AMENDING THE MAbISON COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; RELATING TO CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION OF
MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE, TO AMENI THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE
MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE lLAN, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGINGJTHE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONFROM
INDUSTRIAL TO COMMERCIAL OF CERi'AIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED
AREA OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDAI FINDING THAT SAID AMENDMENT FURTHERS
THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OBJECtrIVES OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER. OF THE
GOVERNOR DESIGNATING MADISON cbUNTY AS A RURAL AREA OF CRITICAL
ECONOMIC CONCERN, PURSUANT TO SECTION 163.3187(l)(c)4., FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING SEVERABILtTY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendments on the date, time and place as refrenced above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Courthouse Annex,Office of the
County Coordinator, located at 229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public hearings, they will
need a record of the proceedings and, for suchI purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record. of
the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon whicl the appeal is to
be based.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE




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* Welcome Back To
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SHeid of School
Madiso A(ademn
973-2529


WeMissed You!


GREENVILLE
ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
'4 Gral/ P.lac To Learn "
Mel
Roberts,
Principal .--
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Let's Make Our First
Year A Great One!
Heritage Christian
f Academy
t948-2068
or
948-2838
Greenville ,
Jeff Bailev,
Administrator


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Let's Make This The
Best Year Ever!


Lou Miller
Madison County
Superintendent of Schools
Welccmwe Iack T
Another freat
Schccl Year full
cf iAchievement!


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Larry


Principal, Lee Elementary


fWday,'August 4, 2006


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D _AA are friendly, hardworking and dedi-
________________ cated to superior client care. All
____________________ shifts available. Apply in person at
Y1 I X S Vlr A Lake Park of Madison. 259 SW
Captain Brown Rd, Madison, FL.
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ture male now before spring, butone half liath doublewide, on one
will buy pairs if needed. Call. 850- half acre lot. Located, on Hwy 53
973-6131 or 850-464-1165. Also North. Completely remodeled and
want guineas. ,. .. ..- .. ...,


new appliances. $54,500. 3M-9-o 3-


Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No ...
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call: Old Coca Cola bottles,. I :
Paul Kinslev at 850-973-6326 l oca ola o.es,


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

EDWARDS INSULATION
Covering all your insulation needs
Specializing in Fiberglass Blown
Insulation. FREE ESTIMATES
Ricky Edwards 850-253-3732
Cell: 850-673-9897
"HOMEOWNERS $50,000 TO
$150,000 IN SAVINGS IN MORT-
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and address for free info to Jessie
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Greenville, Fl. 32331."






Wilkinson Warehouse Sale
Saturday, August 5 .
Doors Open 8.am-12 Noon
707 Gil Harbin Industrial Blvd.
Valdosta, GA. Call for direc-
tions: 800-633-2215


Yard Sale
Antiques & Collectibles
Unique Treasures
Friday 7/4 & Saturday 7/5
At The Old Aman Store In
Eridu on Highway 19.

NMulti Fanmih Yard Sale
Sat. August 5th 8 am -?
Maternity; kids & baby clothes;
toys; furniture; exercise equipment;
women's business & church
clothes. Hwy 90 East of Greenville
,2 miles, look for basketball/tennis
court.
September 9th Yard Sale
Lee Volunteer
Fire Department
$10 to rent a space
Donations are also being accept-
ed for things to be sold by the
LVFD. Call Carolyn Bosse' at
971-5573 for more information.


FREE PUPPIES WEEKS OLD
Border Collie/ Lab Mix
Current on shots and have been de-
wormed. Absolutely adorable!
Please call and come see 948-5482


Pageant/Prom Dress
Navy Blue, simple yet ele-
gant. Only $150. Call
Shannen 850-673-8686

Everything Must Go! 1301 NE
Routeman Rd, Madison. Fur Coats,
Suits, Dresses, Draperies, Exercise
- Equip., Furniture, Mattress & Box
Springs, What-Nots, Hats, Shoes,
TV, Rugs & more 850-929-4726.

2000 Ford Expedition
XLT Sport;
white; grey interior; sunroof; CD
player; front and back a/c; third
row seat; cloth seats; regular oil
changes; good condition;
113,000 miles, $7,000 firm.
Call 973-3497 or 973-4141

SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW MI-
CROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Life-
time Warranty, Still in Crate, Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250, Sell $475,
850-545-7112
6 PC. BEDROOM SET Head-
board, frame, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. NEW in boxes, must
sell $550. 850-222-9879
BED Brand New Queen Orthope-
dic Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In
plastic, warranty, can deliver. $250.
850-425-8374
MATTRESS: King Size Orthope-
dic 3 pc. Set. New, unopened
w/warranty. Sacrifice $295. 850-
222-2113


Medicine Bottles and
Sawmill Commissary
Toeken. Call 850-545-3677.







2bdrm/l bath MH in park orn
Highway 53 in Madison.
$135/wk includes electric, ten-
ant to pay for propane.
Call Erin Levin
at 850-570-0459


0o1uthem Villas of

C'k'adison 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.
EqualHousing Opportunity.
Mobile Home For Rent
2 bedroom; 1 1/2 bath; no kids; no
pets. $135 week includes electricity
but not propane. Deerwood Inn
Madison Campgrounds. 850-973-
2504.


SreenviUe Pointe

( Apartments


Trinity Materials is current) seek-
ing energetic, self-motivated indi-
viduals to join us at our Mayo, FL.
Plant as:

READY MIX
Delivery Professionals

Must have a good driving record
and class A orB CDL

Trinity Materials offers excellent
benefits including Medical & Den-
tal, Short Term Disability, Long
Term Disabilit). Life Insurance,
401K & Vacation, F/T and Top pay.

If you want to be part of a
winning team, contact:
Jason Williams-
9757 South 51 Hwy
Mayo, FL 32343
Phone: 850-575-8380
EOE/AA


Instructional Coordinalor of
Criminal Justice Program wanted
at North Florida. Community Col-
lege. Partial Duties include: sched-
uling of instructors, courses and fa-
cilities; maintenance of records;
teach classes as needed; participate
in department and college activi-
ties. Qualifications: Hold or have
held Certification from CJSTC in
one or more fields and have a min-
imum of two years experience in
the field. Must have current certifi-
cation as CJSTC CMS instructor.
High Liabilities a plus. BA/BS De-
gree preferred. Entire job descrip-
tion on ebsite.


1.2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces- .Appfl' s os, to. Director HR
sible apts. HUD vouchersr s accept- NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis DIr ..-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTYon, Florida 32340.Appli-
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe ve Madison, Florida 32340 Appli-
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. cation packet requires letter, re-
Equal Housing Opportunity sume and application. Application

Cambridge Manor www.nfcc.edu. Applications must
Apartments designed fo2 Se- be received by August 11, 2006.
ninor's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed- EOE


rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity







Commercial
Industrial
-- Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Comer lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to city
utilities, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.,
Property has easy access to 1-10,
via SR 53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141

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Pioneer
Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump
Removal, Demolition, Roads,
Mowing, Discing, Box-Blading,
and Tilling.
No Job Too Small Free Estimates
Call Paul Kinsley
850-973-6326


192 ACRES OF PRIME
HUNTING PROPERTY
Four Star Hunt Camp, Virgin Tim-
ber, 8 Cabins, Huge Cookhouse, Ful-
ly Equipped, Workshop w/3 Bays,
Tractor, Four Wheeler, Completely
Furnished, HVAC, I/M, Washer/Dry-
er, Satellite TV, No Expense Spared.
For sale by owner $1.75M. Madison
County, 863-634-3340


Advent Christian Village
658-jobs (5627)

ARNP or PA
FT position to work in a rural
health clinic with MD and PA; un-
restricted Florida License required.
Duties include on-call, weekend ro-
tation, and back up for long-term
care residents. Benefits include
health, dental, life, disability, sav-
ings, AFLAC supplemental poli-
cies, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE; Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background
checks required. Apply in person at
ACV Personnel Department. Mon
thru Fri, 9:00 a-m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling
Park Dr, Dowling Park, FL; fax re-
sume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
www.ACVillage.net.

Aucilla Christian Academy is
currently accepting applications for
a bus driver position. Must have (or
be willing to obtain) a CDL class B
with P and S endorsements. Also,
must be positive, Christian role
model. For more information or to
apply, please contact the school at
997-3597
$$ AVON $$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
Sell $500, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy 973-3153
FT Maintenance Technician
Advent Christian Village
386-658-5627
FT Maintenance Technician. High
school diploma or equivalent de-
sired. Valid Florida driver's license
as required. Competitive Benefits
include health, dental, life, disabil-
ity, savings, supplemental AFLAC
insurance; 403b retirement ac-
count; access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE / Drug-Free
Workplace Criminal background
checks required. Apply in person at
ACV Personnel Department Mon
thru Fri from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Dr. Dowling Park,
FL; fax resume/credentials to (386)
658-5160; or visit www.ACVil-
lage.net.


Kountry Kitchen
Now Hiring Servers
850-971-0024


o5U-913-827O7. .
Drivers & Contractors:
Home through the week!
Drop & Hook Loads!
Great PaN Benefits
CDL-A, 3yrs exp.
browntrucking.com
770-344-2028
Instructional Coord,inator of
Criminal Justice Program wanted
at North Florida Community Col-
lege, Partial .Duties, include:
scheduling of instructors, courses
and, facilities: maintenance, of
records; teach classes as needed;
participate in department and col-
lege activities. Qualifications:
Hold or, have held Certification
from CJSTC in one or more fields
.and have a minimum of wio Nears
experience in the field, Must have
current certification as CJSTC
CMS instructor. High Liabilides a
plus. BA/BS Degree preferred.
Entire job description on website.

Applications to, Director HR,
NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dri-
ve, Madison, Florida 32340. Appli-
cation, packet requires letter, re-
sume and application. Application
is available on. website at
www.nfcc.edu. Applications must
be received by July 28, 2006. EOE
General/Sports
Reporter Needed
Must be a team pla er, able -
die multiple tasks, a"it h to
cover a varie stlIps. Experi-
ence in w j porting preferred.
an excellent knowledge
o Eilish grammar and its proper
usage. Apply in person only at the
Madison County Carrier newspaper
office, located at 1695 South SR
.53'.


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AmeriGas Propane- Madison, FL
is currently accepting applications
for a Delivery/Representat. Candi-
date will be responsible for but not
limited to delivering propane to our
customers. Requirements include a
high school diploma (or equiva-
'lent), a valid CDL with hazmat and
tanker endorsements, a great dri-
ving record and satisfactory com-
pletion of a DOT physical, drug test
and background check. We offef
competitive wages, medical & den-
tal benefits, 401K savings plan and
liberal vacation & holiday policy.
Drug free work environment. EOE.
Please fax resumes: Attention:
SSM (850) 973-2254.

Person Needed For
Advertising Sales at:
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Does a fast-paced career with,
a growing newspaper group
spark your interest? Do you
enjoy customer contact, both
in person and over the
phone? Then, it's a safe bet
you will enjoy this job. We're
fun, we're busy and work
best under pressure. If that
sounds like you, please. fax
your resume to Emerald at:
850-973-4121 or apply in
person at the office on Hwy
53, South.
Please, if you're not sure
how an alarm clock works or
you average more than three
dramatic incidents per week
in your life, or simply only
work because you're bored,
then please do not apply.

Holiday Inn Express
Now Hiring
Maintenance Person
Benefits, competitive pay, Great
working environment. Exp. a must!
Monday through Friday 8-5 850-
973-2020 Ask for Craig or Betty.


SOLID WASTE / RECYLCING
COORDINATOR


Serv icesu~u


Full-Time RN Case Manager
RN/ Case Manager for home pa-
tient care in Madison County, Cur-
rent Florida license as RN required.
Plus 2 -3 years med-surgery experi-
ence preferred. '

Full-Time Home Health Aide
Required training for CNA & HHA
Certificate, Minimum of one (1)
year experience (preferably home
care), must demonstrate maturity,
caring, and gentle attitude toward
patient/caregivers, must have reli-
able transportation, must have valid
Florida driver's license & auto in-
surance, must be able to physically
access any home in Madison Coun-
ty.
Great benefit package!
Interested candidates can apply
in person or by faxing a resume
to (850) 575-6814 or
Apply on-line!
at
www.bigbendhospice.org

EOE/DFWP/ADA
Smoke Free Workplace
$$$$$$$$$$$$
MAKE MONEY AT HOME
GOOD WEEKLY INCOME

To receive complete information
send a self addressed stamped
envelope to:
Tywana Arnold
147 Sw Owendale Ave.,
Greenville, FL 32331


This position is responsible for the
overall coordination, management,
and operation of the Madison
County Solid Waste, Recycling and
Household Hazardous Waste Pro-
grams, This is a supervisory posi-
tion within the Madison County
Public Works Department and un-
der the direct supervision of the Di-
rector of Public W:orks.. Additional
responsibilities include facilities
maintenance of the Closed Landfill
and Superfund Sites. Job duties in-
clude: .keeping accurate records,
preparing Departmental reports, re-
search, develop; execute and moni-
tor all budgets assigned, perform
short and long range Solid Waste
and Recycling Program planning,
Responsible for personnel within
the department, coordinate and
:comply with rules and regulations
set forth b, Dept. of En' ironmental
Protection. and be v. lling to obtain
all training and maintain certifica-
tions as required \Will perform any
other related .work as may be as-
signed or required by the Board ofr
County Commisi:iner.s. County
Coordinator, and.or Director, of
Public Works. Qualifications in-
clude knowledge of solid waste/re-
'\cling principle., laws and regula-
tions relating to landfill and solid
\k' nse disposal. kn1,'o. ledge of prac-
tices of supervision, methods of
compiling. (,rganizinri, and analyz-
ing data, knowledge of basic com-
puter and internet skills, ablii\ to
implement employee safety pro-
grams, abiljt) to prioritize work-
load, ability to communicate effec-
tively, ability to use problem solv-
ing techniques, Must have valid
driver's license, ability. Bachelor's
Degree preferred and:5 years mini-,
mum administrative and superviso-
ry experience required. Applica-
tions and job description may be
picked up from the Madison Coun-
ty Board of County Commissioners
Administrative Office located in
the Court House Annex, 229 SW
Pinckney Street, Room 219, Madi-
son, Florida. For further questions
please contact Allen Cherry, Coun-
ty Coordinator at (850) 973-3179.
Application deadline is Monday,
August 14, 2006 @ 5:00 P.M.
Madison County is an'Equal Op-
portunity Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace.

Staff Assistant wanted at North
Florida Community College, Madi-
son FL: Partial duties: Responsible
for providing secretarial, record
keeping and administrative assis-
tance. Qualifications include: HS
Diploma or GED with minimum of
two.(2) years of clerical experience
required. Associate Degree or one
(1) year certificate in Office Ad-
ministration preferred. See Web
site for complete job description
and details.

Applications to, Director HR,
NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dri-
ve, Madison, Florida 32340. Appli-
cation packet requires letter, re-
sume and application. Application
is available. on website at
www.nfcc.edu. Applications must
be received by July 28, 2006. EOE


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Degree required. -Related
MH/Criminology, iorganiz tional '
skills & experience a must.
Fax resume to 386-755-1486
Madison County Solid Waste/
Recycling Department

Job Title: Recycling Technician

Job Duties: This position is re-
sponsible for the collection, trans-
portation and processing of resi-
deni al and commercial recyclable
material- through out Madison
County. Provide preventative and',
scheduled maintenance as may be
requited for related equipment and
service vehicles. Will be required
to operate various pieces of equip-
ment such as a bobcat, forklift and
compactor trailer, Provide supervi-
sion and training of County In-
mates (Trutiee Indi idtial job re-
lated skills and techniques will ap-
ply, to each specific job duty as
outlined by the Recycling Techni-
cian job description.

Minimum Qualifications: -High
School Diploma or its equivalent
preferred
-Valid Commercial Driver's Li-
cense Class B with Air brake en-
dorsement preferred..
-Ability to learn solid waste/re-
cycling principles and practices.
-Ability to follow written and
oral instructions as well as estab-
lish and maintain effective work-
ing relationships.

Closing'Date: Friday, August 11,
2006 at 5 00 p 11
For More Information Contact:
Madison jCounty Solid Waste/Re-
cycling Dept. 850-973-2611

Social Worker Needed! Pine Lake
Nursing Hofae is seeking a quali-
fied social worker for our 58 bed
facility. A BS\V is preferred al-
though others ,. i l" be considered if
offering the correct' mix of quali-
ties. We require a commitment to
caring for our eldersIand a desire
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7B


ISal


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
CITY COMMISSION
MADISON, FLORIDA

A special meeting of the City Commission, Madison, Florida will be held/Tuesday, August
15, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall for the purpose of a Planning Workshop

Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Commission with respect to
any matter considered of such meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose, he or she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.

8/4



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

CASENO.2006-67-CP ,

IN RE: ESTATE OF

MURREL NOLAN JOHNSON
a/k/a Murell N. Johnson

Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of MURREL NOLAN JOHNSON, deceased, w
date of death was June 12, 2006; is pending in the Circuit Coun for Madison County, Flo
Probate Division, File Number 2006-67-CP; the names and addresses ofthe personal represent
and the personal representative's anorney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands ag
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unhquidated claims, and who have'
served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATEI
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO1
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OFTHIS NOTICE
THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or denm
against the decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliqdated claims, must file
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FI
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
CLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DE
IS BARRED.

THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE IS August 4,2


Anomey for Personal Representauve:

/a/Clay A Schnitker
Clay A Schnilker
Fla Bar No.349143
Davis, SchniLker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.
Posi Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-4186
/4. R/ I


Personal Representative

/si Beulah Johnson
Beulah Johnson
896 NE Cactus Avenue
Lee, Florida 32059


Suane ValyHm n oitIrsns.


Su%%annee Valle% Humane Societ)
1156 SE Bisbee Loop
Madison, Florida 32340

Two mile-s _outh of Lee off C.R. 255
Frin 1-10 Exit 262. Take C.R. 255
north 1/2 mile follow the signs.

We are a Limited Space Shelter
(no kill). You must check with us
prior to bringing in animal A drop-,
off donation is required for any ani-
mal brought to the shelter. Our.
Hours: Tues. to Sat. 10:00 to 2:00 or
by appointment. Visit our website
and see the, animals that need a real-
ly good home at
www.geocities.com/Suwanneehs or
e-mail us at suwanneevalley@earth-
link.net.'
Lost or Found Pets:

if' iou have lost a pet or found
one, the humane society will help
you find your pet. Call us at (850)
971-9904 or toll free at 1-8.66-236-,
7812. Leave a message if we are
closed, we will return your call. Re-
member to always call your local
animal, controls or shelters if you
have a lost or found animal.

We really appreciate donations;
we couldn't operate without them.
They are the heart and soul of our'
Thrift Shops' income. Please con-
sider bringing us donations of
clothes, household goods, furniture
and toys. WE ASK THAT ALL DO-
NATIONS BE IN GOOD CONDI--
TION; otherwise we cannot sell
them. THANKS. Please feel free to
stop in and look around at the ideas
we have in the Thrift Shop for you to
buy.

Newspapers and Aluminum Cans:

We have a recycle newspaper bin
at 305 Pinewood Dr. just west of
Johnson's Appliance/Radio Shack.
We also collect aluminum cans to re-
cycle, just bring them to the shelter..
All the money goes to help the
homeless animals.

FEATURED ANIMALS FOR
ADOPTION

DOGS
2987 Nikki A black and brown 6
months old spayed .female. She is
good with kids and other animals
and would love to have a home.
3034 Shadow A female Lab Mix.
She is all black, been spayed and is
very friendly. Hoping someone will
love her.
3026 Benny is a male Boxer / mix.
Has long tail and his ears flop. Is
41/2 months old and is Brown.
Loves to play.
3025 Buddy is a 6 month old mix
breed black and white. He is an out-
side dog, does not like cats and is
ruff with children. Shakes hands,
would do good in .a household with
Adults.
3024 Baby 4 months old Rotti /


rru\ Black and Tan female Long tail
and floppy ears. Have been spayed.
Looking for a home.

CATS ,.

3044 Sebastien 11 week old
Siamese / mix Tan with Dr. Br. Face.
Very loveable little kitten.
3043 Dayinchi 11 week old male
Siamese, Light Color Read\ to pla5.
3042 Rubic's A black and white
kitten. Has been looking for a good
home and someone to lo' e him.
3008 Prissy A black female. 3
months old. Spayed and very-much
fun to be around, she's' great with
Kids and other arnials.

I'm sure if you came in ahd
looked around you would find the
right animal for you. Come give it a
try!

We always need people to hold,
pet, love, hold and walk animals so
if oou can,t adopt you. can always
come help in many other ways.

We have many more kittens and
cats that are spayed or neutered,
wormed, feline leukemia tested, ra-
bies shots. The Suwannee Valley
Humane Society Depends on adop-
tions for AVAILABLE SPACE.
ADOPTION FEES ARE $50.00
which INCLUDES, spay/neuter, ra-
bies, boosters, dewormi.ng, feline
lek/heartworm testing .WE ALSO
OFFER OPTIONAL MICRO-
CHIPPING WHEN YOU ADOPT
FOR $10.00 MORE.

Lost and Found

LOST: CAT FEMALE TORTI-
SHELL VERY LOVING IF
FOUND CALL 386-362-7080.
LOST: 2 BLACK LABS MALE
AND FEMALE,BOTH HAVE
COLLARS ONE ORANGE ONE
BLACK WITH. HARLEY DAVID-
SON ON THEM.LOST AROUND
ST. RD. 6 IN HAMILTON COUN-
TYIF FOUND CALL 386-590-2555
LOST: FEMALE BULLDOG
WH/BLACK PATCH ON LEFT
EYE.NAME IS KAOS.IF FOUND
CALL 386-623-7783.LOST
AROUND 129 SOUTH.
LOST: DOG MALE BOSTON
TERRIER BLACK AND WHITE
NAMED SPARKY.LOST
AROUND YELLOW POND DIVI-
SION.IF FOUND CALL 850-973-
3750.
FOUND: PURE BREED MALE
COLLIE TAN AND WHITE VERY
MATTED FOUND ON HWY 90 4
MILES -OUT OF MADISON.IF
YOURS CALL 850-973-8117.



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NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION
VACATING AND ABANDONING CERTAIN ROADS


Pursuant to Sections 336.09 and 336.10, Florida Statutes, the Board.of County Com-
missioners of Madison County, Florida, hereby gises notice that it has adopted Madi-
son County Resolution No. 2006-03-15, vacating and abandoning a certain road locat-
ed in the northwest quadrant, Madison County. Florida. Said road is more specifically)
'described as follows:

Unopened Alley: An unopened alley approximale-
S l 20 feel long located off of Stt Maple Street and ending at SW
Elm Street located in Section 32, Township I South, Range 7
East, Town orsirmons Platted Subdivision.

SSW Maple Streel: A road approximately 60 feet
long located of Hwy 221 South in Section 32, Township I South,
Range 7 East. Town of Sirmons Platted Subdisision. .

SW Elm Street: A road approximately 60 feet long. located off
of Hw) 221 South in Section 32. Township I South, Range 7
East. Town of Sirmons Platted Subdivision.


YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY :

Dated this 2nd day of August'. 2006.



BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

BY: Allen Cherry, County Coordinator.

8/4
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PUBLIC NOTICE
SPECL[L BOARD MEETING


The Chairman. The Honorable Ronnie L. Moore. of the Board of Counts
Commissioners of Madison Count). Florida, and members of said Board, will hold a Spe-
Scial Meeting of the board of Count Commissioners on %%edne-day, August 9. 2006 alt
5:30 p.m. at the County Commissioner's Meeting Room. Courthouse Anne%, Madison.
Florida.

The purpose of this meeting is Io consider the adoption of the revised non-ad
Ialorem assessment programs to fund fire protection and solid wasle management ser- .
%ices within Mladison Count).

PURSUANT TO THE PROlSIONS OF THE AMERICANS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES ACT. ANY PERSON REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE ABOVE MEETING IS ASKED TO ADVISE THE BOARD OF
1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT LEASE 48 HOURS BEFORE THE MEETING B1
CONTACTING ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE MANAGER SIERILYN PICKELS %T
I850i 973-3179. IF YOU ARE HEARING OR SPEECH IMPAIRED, PLEASE CON-
I TACT THE BOARD BY CALLING 1-800-955-8771.

ANY PERSON %%.HO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE
BY THE BOARD %i ITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING MILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT. FOR
SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR SHE MA" NEED TO ENSURE TILAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE. WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

The public is invited to attend. ,

Dated and posted this 2nd day of August 2006 at 3:00'p.m..

Tim Sanders, Clerk .
Board of County Commissioners
Madison County, Florida

8__4______________________________________________________________________


BID NOTICE


Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County,

Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following:
Replacement of the Roof on Precinct 11 Voting Building--Bid #FY2006-06


Sealed bids may be submitted ic the Board of County Commissioners by depositing same
wilh Mr. sIen Cherry. County Coordinator, at his office in the Madison County Court-
house Annex. Room 219. 229 SW% Pinckne. Street, Madison. Florida 32340 or Post Office
Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341. anytime prior to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 28.
2006. ANY BID RECEIVED AFTER SUCH DATE AND TIME WILL NOT BE
OPENED OR CONSIDERED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and
the bid number must be printed in the front of the envelope.

BID MUST CONTAIN A COPY OF THE VENDOR'S CERTIFIED STATE CON-
TRACTOR LICENSE OR PROVIDE A STATE REGISTERILTION TO BE CONSID-
ERED FOR AWARD.

The County re serses the right to reject any and all bids for any or no reason and waive
any technical defects in the bid process that do not affect the substance of the bid.

Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 29. 2006 after which, all bids will be
available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Commissioners is sched-
uled for Wednesday. September 6. 2006 and all vendors mill be notified in writing of the
successful bidder.


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