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Friday. August 11, 2006


IVMadison, Florida 32340


In Brief..

Overpass

Damaged At
US 221 And

Interstate 10
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishinm., Ic.
The Florida Department
.'of Transportation is rerout-
ing traffic, while they repair
damage -to the overpass at
US 221 and Interstate 10.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report. \en-
dell P. Manning. Jr.. 40. a'
,oufhbound on Hiah"a,
-221, approaching 1-10. He
was driving a combination
vehicle, with a large loader
atop the trailer portion ot the
2004 Mack truck.
Please see US 221. Page 2.A

Candidates,

Prepare To

Meet The

Press!
Newspaper Has List Of
'Oiestions To Pose To
Political Candidates
w f!fir.eue'Publishing. Inc
lasi compiled a list of ques-
ri ons to. ask each candidate
nmning for political office.
The questions are all differ-
ent for County Commission
-candidates. School Board
candidates and candidate'
running for Supervisor of
Elections.
Questions may be
picked up at, the Gre't
Publishing. Inc. office. lo-
cated off State Road 53
Please see ICandidates.
Page 2A
Benefit Dinner For
Crystal Farnell
Kidney Transplant
Fund Set For
August 19
By Jacob Bembry
Gr enei Publishing. Inc.
Crystal Farnell found
out Wednesday. August 0
that her nephew. Michael
"Gator" Mcintosh. is a per-
fect match for her to have a
kidney transplant and the',
will meet with doctors to set
a date for a WednesdaN in
September for the transplant
to be performed.
A benefit dinner for the
Crystal Farnelt Kidne',
Transplant Fund -\ill be
Held Saturday. AuEust iQ,
from 5-8.p.m. at the Lee El-
ementary School cafeteria
Everyone is invited to come
out and enjoy an evening ot
fun and great gospel and
bluegrass music.
For a $5 donation. pco-
Please seeFarnell. Page 3A



3 Sections, 52 Pages -
Around Madison Cou ity .4-5, 8A
Church 10-1lHA
Classifieds 16A
Community Calendar 5A
Lee News 6-7A
Obituaries 5A
* Outdoors 15A
School 14A
Way Back When 5A


Terror Threat Level Set At



Red For First Time Ever


B' Jacob Bembri
GOteiie Publhing. II, h
For the Iirst time e\ei, the terror threat le\el was set at
Red it e\ ere i tor commercial a'. action earl\ Thursda\ morn-
intg. Autgust 10. after 21 terronri's ere nabbed at Heathrov.
Airport in London, England.
The tet of thie statement released bN Homeland Secu-
it\ Secretari MiNchael Chertofi follows
-Heie i, the te\t ot the statement b\ Homeland Securi-
t\ Secretary; Michael Chefroff issued earl\ Thursday an-


nouncing the elevation to "Se'ere or Red":
"The Department of Homeland Securit> is taking im-
mediate steps to increase security\ measures in the aviation
sector in coordination %\ith heightened securitN precautions
in the United Kingdom. O\er the last few hour,. British au-
thorities ha\e arrested a significant number of extremists
engaged in a substantial plot to destroy\ multiple passenger
aircraft flying from the United Kingdom to the United
States.
Please Terror Threat. Page 3A


Madison County's John Sleigher, Jr.

Wins Deputy Sheriff of the Year


(Photo submitted)
Deputy John Sleigher, Jr.. pictured with his wife, Suzanne, and daughters
Sarah and Rebecca, and Sheriff Pete Bucher, left, was named the Florida Sher-
iff's Association Deputy Sheriff of the Year. He was presented the award at a


banquet in Daytona Beach.
On Tuesday etenrin,..ugust 1. the Flori-
da Sheiill .As;ociation presented one if its
highest av.ards and honors citen bN Sheriffs,
in Florida the Deputi Sheriff of the Year to
Nladison CouIrn'i FL Deput; John Sleigher. Jr.
Deput\ Sle!iher is orNeinaill fiom Pennsil-\ a-
lia
Tins .ard is reser,.ed foi outstanding in-
di' duals \'ii, h hate distinguished themseles
thioughi eelemplar perfornriarce of their du-
Lies
The .ioh of the cormiiittee selecting an in-
div dual to rece.e thile award is not an eas\


one. as numerous nominations are submitted
from the 67 Sheriffs" offices for considera-
tion. Committee members, made up of \eter-
an lax\ enforcement, look for those \ ho sei\ e
the office of Sheriff w ith dedication and de-
Sorion..
After hearing the storN about the actions
of Deput% Slewiher. winch led his Sheriff to
nominate him, the\ agreed he -was worth\ of
recognition.
At the awards banquet. held at the Da\-
tona Beach Hilton, Deput\ Sleighel and his
Please see Sleigher. Page 2A


Jimmie Lee Bryant Arrested For Burglary


B\ lacob Bembr\
GI(CiE Pil,.hlo o ,. Inc.
Jimmie Lee Bi\ant \was
arrested for burilar of an
occupied structure on hi's
2thi bi tihda. \Wednesda\.

A\ccordinu to a Madison
Police Dep.irtiment report.
Br', nti remr .ed the all con-
ditionrng lnit Ironm the front
V. Irndot' of his \ ictini's liousec


Jimmie Lee Bryant


and entered the residence.
The cilinm heard a noise ,as
the defendant entered the ies-
idence and she got up to find
Br\ant coming down the
hal I\ a\
Thoe victim yelled for
Br\ ant to lea\ e the residence.
Brvant refused to late and
requested money sa\ ing that
he \"as hungr\
Please see Br3ant. Page 2A


Railroad Crossing Is Finally Fixed!


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
When CSX hadn't completed their rail-
road crossing at MLK Drive, south of Madi-


son, the complaints poured .in. People called
the newspaper. People called the city. People
called the Madison County Public Works
Please see Railroad, Page 3A


Benefit Dinner And

Cake Auction To

Raise Money For

Mattie Townsend.


Mattie Townsend
B\ Jacob Bembrn
Geee Publishing. Inc.
A benefit chicken and rice dinner and cake auction t ill be
held FndaN. August 25. for Mattie Tow nsend. the infant daugh-
ter ot Ke in and Chere Tow nsend. Maattie was born %%ith a cleft-
lip.
The cost of the dinners $5 each and the\ ma\ be picked up
at the Four Freedoms Park Gazebo. in N adison on August 25
from 5-6 p.m. The cake auction %ill follow, beginning at O p m.
The mone\ raised % ill help Nlattie' parents w ith their tra'-
Please see Townsend. Page 3A

Senior Citizens Host

Basketball Tournament,

Cake Auction,

Celebrity Game

B\ Jacob Bembr\
Grct'c Publi hIc;. Irnc.
Watch Ronnie Moore dribble the ball dow n the court \\aich
Doug Brovin drixe to the hoops. Watch Clde Larrabee giab a
rebound.
Those are just a few" of the local celebrities ho "ill be tak-
ing part in a basketball game on Saturda\. August 12. at the Col-
in P Kell\ G\m in Madison to help raise money\ for the Senior
Citizens Center. The roster foi both teams include,: Doug


Brown. Tomi TuckeN. Johnn\ \
Abercrombie. l1tred Martin:
Larrabee. Brad Clark. Ronnie N
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Sleigher co. from pagelA
'family watched a video re-enactment of the incident that led to Knowing he didn't have a clear shot, Sleigher moved clos-
his nomination. Then, before the, audience of 500 Sheriffs, er arid ordered the suspect to put down the knife. The man stared
spouses and law enforcement elite, Deputy Sleigher received a back at Sleigher with a crazed expression. He then let out a type
handsome plaque and chepk for $1,00. of war cry and arched back as if to get momentum for a stabbing
Read on for more about Deputy Sleigher's heroic actions. motion. Now, with a clear shot. Deputy Sleigher fired two.
Domestic Incident Escalates rounds into the suspect's right side, below his armpit, but the
On the night.of October 5h. 2005. Deputy Sleigher w as dis-. bullets didn't seem to faze the man. Instead, he pulled back
patched to assist in what was reported io be a Verbal Domestic more and kept the knife positioned in a stabbing motion.
in a rural neighborhood of Madison County. While en route,.. Seeing that the suspect was about to lash out. Deputy
Deputy Sleigher learned that the call had escalated and the.sus- Sleigher lunged forward toward the knife. and grabbed the vic-
pect was now holding a knife to his victim's neck. :tim's-left bicep. He pulled her out from underneath thesuspect
As he arrived at the address, Deputy Sleigher saw a white with one hand,' while .simultaneously discharging another four
female holding a baby in her arms and standing at the end of the rounds into, the' suspect's chest and upper torso. Incredibly, all
driveway. She told the deputy that her mother's boyfnend was the shots from Deputy Sleigher's gun were fired from an almost
inside and- he had been' threatening her mother. The boyfriend kneeling position and all hit the suspect. '
washolding a butcher knife to her mother's throat and said he The man collapsed and rolled onto his back.
'would kill her if he saw any police. Now holding the victim against his chest, Deputy Sleigher
The woman in the driveway said she had not heard her pulled the woman into the dining room and checked her for in-
mother's voice for some time and assumed he had stabbed-her. juries. Amazingly, she had not been stabbed or shot. He called-
. Then she added. "You're probably going to have to shoot him.", dispatch and ad\ ised. "shots fired, suspect down. send EMS."
Deputy Sleigher drew his .40 caliber Beretta pistol and pre- Deputy Sleigher then escorted the victimm out of the house.
pared to' enter a' door on the double-wide home. He said his Violence, threats a pattern
thought ,was that if the suspect had already killed the victim, Investigators following up on the shooting were able to
then the man might be waiting inside to ambush law\ enforce- paint a more complete picture of the incident. The victim and
ment. suspect had been dating for almost a year. A medically diag-
What happened next took place only in a matter of about 20 nosed paranoid schizophrenic w ho refused to take his medica-
seconds. but as any deputy will tell \ou. these types of con- tion. the man had a history of abuse in this and previous rela-
frontations feel like they last much longer tionships. .
The door that.Deputy Sleigher entered opened to the living An ex-girlfriend reported- that. for a time, the suspect had.
room. As he stepped in. he heard a faint cr\ coming. from an- been hard working and supported their two children. But he
other room and moted toward it. At the opening of the kitchen, drank regularly and threatened her. He had ph.Nsically abused his:
he saw white male straddling a white femaleon the floor, hold- own body bN cutting and burning himself. And he once attempt-
ing an 8-inch blade on the left side of her neck. The man's face ed suicide b. cutting his w rist. He told his then-girlfriend that he-
'was close to hers, so they were chest-to-chest. was afraid to commit suicide because he thought he would go to;
Sleigher yelled for the man to drop the knife, but the suspect hell. .
held the knife closer and indicated he planned to kill the woman. The relationship'of the suspect and his victim. had been
Again. Sleigher ordered him to put the knife dow n. but the sus- rocky. The man had been physically abusive to the victim on nu-
pect made eye contact with the deputy and said;, "Shoot me or merous occasions, convincing her to quit her job of 5 years be-
shedies." cause of his paranoia that she w as cheating on him. They moved
frequently, following his roofing jobs. but he became increas-
ingly paranoid and abusive. On several prior occasions he had
threatened her with a knife to the throat. She managed to-. get
away from him for two months, but he eventually found her and
m i they moved in together.
S .. Jacob The night of the incident, the mother,, daughter and
boyfriend had been drinking beer together and playing cards.
The suspect had consumed about two sx packs and the couple
had started arguing. He was accusing her of infidehbty and. said
he had evidence that she had been fooling around on him.
S o i ou, n eoou The woman was trying to get her boyfriend to lease, but the
,,'. n's temper became .%iolenrt. He grabbed lhis v.ictimnby -the
!. When 1 was in high school. I was a pretty good athlete. I" back of the hair and pinned her against the counter, holding the
played on my high school tennis team. I didn't have k lot of tal- knife to her throat. The daughter tried to intervene. but the sus-
ent. but I did have hustle. That same hustle led me to be the; pect pushed her out of the way and said he would kill her moth-
fastest runner in my P.E. class, as well as the top basketball play-' er "as soon as the cops get here." The daughter retrieved her in-
er in the class and a wild and fiery linebacker in touch football, fant from the bedroom and called 911. She overheard the sus-
where \es. we were allowed to charge and block (just not tack- pect saying things to her mother like. "You are the last one I will
le Now. I won't tell you about how good I was at dodge ball, ever be Xw ith: there will be no one else."
gator ball and volleyball. I was good! I was very good! When the victim tried to get away from her boyfriend, they
That was (mumble, mumble, mumble) pounds ago: My both landed on the kitchen floor, which is when the suspect'
body has slow ed dow n and I have slowed down. Still, the. spirit straddled her and pinned her down.
of the athlete lives within my body, but its will has abandoned Training key to successful response
me on the roadside of life.; Do you know how hard it is for me It's clear from this story that Madison County Sheriff's
to put socks on0 and tie my shoes? Deputy John Sleigher's actions xw ere the result of training'he had
I wish that I could blame 'my weight gain on my favorite, received in his 7-year law enforcement career, -plus four years
restaurant, but I can't. My favorite restaurant (Fat Daddy's) shut in the military. Deputy Sleigher credits this combination for
down months ago and I haven't seen the owner since he was in helping him prepare mentally for the incident as well as recoy-
town for the. Miss Madison County pageant (cheering on the er quickly following the confrontation.
restaurant's manager, who I also haven't seen in months). He says he is now using what he's learned from this and
I also can't blame the weight gain on my second favorite other critical incidents to build a Sheriff's Office Tactical Team
restaurant, because Danny, Kerry, Kitty, Debra, Kim or George in Madison County.'


don't force me to gorge the food that I do. It's not there tault.
They have delicious salads and vegetables. It's not their fault
that the mashed potatoes and the fried chicken speak sweet
words of seduction to my appetite, tempting me to take a bite out
of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge.
Whose fault i# it? MY OWN! I can't blame it on anyone
else, other than my little old self.
Despite the fact. that I am no longer an athlete and despite
the fact that I have put back on 30 of the 40 pounds I had lost
earlier, I am scheduled to play basketball this Saturday at a
fundraiser for the Senior Citizens Center. Why am I doing it? To
help the Senior Citizens, of course, and to prove to myself and
to the wOrld that "I can do all things through Christ who gives
me strength." Hey, this fat man couldn't do it on his own, so you
gotta know Jesus is going to help me. I will try to prove, that I
am the round mound of rebound! As my co-worker Carla Barrett
said, "The best defense.is a BIG offense."
If you want to come see a fat man make a fool out of hiin-
self and possibly get carted out- of the gym oh a gurney by
EMTs, then come on out to the Colin P. Kelly Gym at North
Florida Community College on Saturday at 2 p.m. Show -your-
support for the Senior Center and their endeavors to build a new
building. If you don't want to come see me play, at least you can
come see Deloris Jones cheer on the players!

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US 221


cont from page 1A


The FHP reported that the vehicle was too h
hicle traveled under the overpass, the boom of th
the concrete undercarriage of
the overpass, damaging the
overpass and loader.
Approximately $80,000 in
damages were caused to the'
overpass and $20,000 was'
caused to the loader.
No one was injured in the
accident.


Candidates
con from page IA
South in Madison.'
The .candidates' answers
will be run verbatim in the
Wednesday, August 23, Madi-
son County Carrier.
The deadline for candi-
dates wishing to run a front
page advertisement announc-
ing their carididacy will be Fri-
day, August 25.


Madison.Recorder established 1865,
New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
Published weekly by Greene
Publishing, Inc., 1695 S. SR 53,
Madison, FL 32340. -Periodicals
postage PAID at Madison Post Office
32340. Publication No. 177.400.
POSTMASTER: .Send address
changes to The Madison Enterprise-
Recorder, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison,
FL 32341-0772.


igh. As the ye-
ie loader struck

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Dear Friend,
I can't imagine so many years have passed since I was born.
right here in. Madison, Florida, in a small house on Marion
Street.' My family later moved to Monticello for a short while;
then my father built the Sheffield home-on Little Cat Road.
There I spent m. young years. Whaf treasured memoriesI have
of those days.
I am the eldest of six children of. Glosson. and Alex
Sheffield. I recall my hard-working parents. from whom I
learned a strong work ethic. I also learned from them the fine
art of hospitality. and have practiced it all through m\ life.
S On this. my birthday, I look back over some of the experi-
ences that have made me what I am. Certainly a busy. happy
home contributed to my being. Also, my parents took me to
church where I gained valuable social skills, strong leadership
arts, and a firm relationship with God. I thank my parents for
making this available to me.
Because of our commitment to God., I met the man I mar-
ried. He was the young preacher leading a revival in Greenville,
and my parents took us along to the meeting. When I saw Paul
Barrett, I thought, "You are mine if \ou are not already taken."
We married the week after my high-school graduation, and start-
ed on life's great adventure.
I have celebrated many birthdays in a variety of settings.
Throughout our liBes as the pastoral family in many locations,.
such occasions as birthdays sometimes got lost in the hustle of
faill. settling into a new parsonage, and hurried summer %aca-
tions. Still, I took pride in each year because I grew wiser and
stronger in my %walk "with God. .
I can't 'tell you how much I appreciate your concern at this
birthday) time. Paul and I retired to that old home place on Little
Cat, and lived many happy years there. I kept busy baking cakes
and rolls and Amish bread for a large group of customers who
became good friends. Many of them helped observe my birth-
days.
This year. how ever. I am celebrating from a new place. I am
a resident of Lake Park Nursing Facility, and this is my first
birthday here. My children will call, someone will take me out
to dinner, I'll receive nice gifts. It doesn't seem like much, es-
pecially when compared w ith the woman whose husband threw
her a $750.000 birthday party in Italy. then tried to write it off as
a business expense. Mine will be simpler, but richer. It will be a
good lay, one.to add to a long list o other good ones. -
Through all the years of marking birthdays. I ha"e estab-,
lished friendships for a lifetime, relationships based in s abiding '
lo\e and deep affection. I have formed strong family bonds that
still resound in phone calls, cards, and-visits. I have come to see
birthdays as a time for counting these blessings as the riches of
my life.
I hope your birthdays bring you the same treasures that I see
each day. If life'ended tomorrow, I would know that today, on
my birthday. I am truly blessed. .
Sincerely,
Clara Barrett .
(With all our love and wishes for a wonderful day for you Paul
and the children and their spouse s.)


Bryant


cont from page 1A


The victim told Bryant to put her air conditioning unit back
in her window. After learning that the victim was calling the po-
lice, the attempted to put the unit back in the window and he left
the property.
Bryant was, located a residence in Jeanette Circle and ar-
rested for the burglary.
MPD Patrolman Reggie Alexander was the investigating of-
ficer. ,


tion Of The Week


By: Jessalyn Covell .

What do you remember about

World War II ending?
Mickey Wilson
"I remember getting an "Ex-
Thelda Willoughby tra,. Extra" newspaper that
stated the war was over on
"I remember my brother front page. I also remember
coming home after the having to black out our win-
war." dows at home during the war
because we lived right by the
_- coast."
Milton Reed
'Lucille Cherry
"I served in the war and I
"I. was teaching fourth remember the streets being
grade and living everyday covered with people. I also
life. Life went on fine after remember flying on the air-'
the war." craft carrier."



Willie Collins
Faye Ludwick
"I served in the war and
"My dad came home." everyone was so happy that
Sthe war had ended."












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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Dealing With A Job Loss
With many companies forced to downsize or close, employees
may find themselves without a job. Your first reaction may be to
panic; there is a sense of loss and lack of control over your circum-
stances. When you are without a paycheck, however, its time to
take charge of your financial affairs and stay in control of your life.
If it's a job loss you are facing,here are a few guidelines to help you
get organized.
Talk to your family about the situation. Let family\ members
know what.decisions must be made. Talking with each other helps
the family share.conicerns. If they understand what choices are
available and what actions are necessary, they will be more willing
to help. 'Don't forget to listen to what other family members:are
saying and feeling. Remember, your whole family is probably up-
set. But, each member can help the family make it through these
rough times.
File for unemployment benefits. Take your social security card
and go.to the unemployment office or location nearest your home
as soon as possible. They \ ill help you file ydur.claim.
Evaluate the ways your family uses money. Many times peo-
ple buy. things, not because of need, but because thewant to spend
money. Now is the time to tighten the purse string, and eliminate
needless spending and abandon self-defeating spending habits.
Ohe of the most difficult things about being unemployed is to real-
ize you cannot spend the way \ou did before. Sticking \ou head in
the sand and pretending to yourself and to others that nothing has
changed will not make things easier. Spending less is a must. Talk
about what your family really needs and what they would like to
have. Put off buying what you would like to have but do not need
now.
'All fixed expenses, such as rent or mortgage payments, install-
ment payments, insurance premnums, and other pay ments due on a
specific date must by paid. Cutting Out waste and unnecessary pur-
chases can reduce other expenses. such as for food. clothing and
recreation.
Take a financial inventory. Look at what your family now
owns. Afew minutes spent calculating your family's net worth just
might boost your spirits. Add up the total value of all your belong-
ings and subtract from that total the amount you owe. Remember
to figure the value of e erything at today's market prices, not the
price you paid for it. In other words, how much could you .sell it
for?
Find ways to cut corners. To do this, you must know exactly
how much money you have coming in and going out each month.
Use all your check stubs and receipts to list your fixed expenses
(housing. insurance premiums ta\es, installment payment and oth-
er debts). Then estimate v. haL ',- iu'spend on food, clothes, school,
gifts and other expenses You nmato fli hatu doin' tti'aveia clear
picture of nere (he money\ sgo'iti. If that is the case, try the'fol-
lowing plan: .
Cut down on your spending.
Make a list before going shopping and weigh the importance
of each item before buying.
Write down everything you spend money on for two to four
weeks.
Reduce the number of shopping trips you make.
Plan ahead for big bills, such as insurance payments.
Agree with your family that every purchase over a certain
amount will be brought to the fami l\ for discussion before buying.
All of these guidelines \ ill help to keep your focused and mov-
ing ahead during a period of unemployment. For more information
on managing finances during a crisis, contact the Extension office.


Terror Threat


cont from page 1A


"Currently, there is no indication, however, of plotting with-
in the United States. We believe that these arrests have signifi-
cantly disrupted the threat, but we cannot be sure that the threat
has been entirely eliminated or the plot completely thwarted.
"For that reason, the United States government has raised
the nations threat level to Severe, or Red, for commercial flights
originating in the United Kingdom bound for the United States.
This adjustment reflects the Critical, or highest, alert level that
has been implemented in'the United Kingdom.
"To defend further against any remaining threat from this
plot, we will also raise the threat level to High, or Orange, for all
commercial aviation operating in or destined for the United
States. Consistent with these higher threat levels, the Trans-
portation Security Administration is coordinating with federal.
partners, airport authorities and commercial airlines on expand-
ing the intensity of existing security requirements.
"Due to the nature of the threat revealed by this investiga-
tion, we are prohibiting any liquids, including beverages, hair
gels, and lotions from being carried on the airplane. This deter-
mination will be constantly evaluated and updated when cir-
cumstances warrant. These changes will take effect at 4 a.m. lo-
cal time across the country. Travelers should also anticipate ad-
ditional security measures within the airport and at screening
checkpoints.
"These measures will continue to assure that our aviation
system remains safe and secure. Travelers should go about their
plans confidently, while maintaining vigilance in their surround-
ings and exercising patience with screening and security offi-
cials."


Railroad count from page 1A

Department.
The newspaper .published a story about how the crossing
had not been completed and fixed. The -number for the railroad
police was printed, along with the number on the crossing, so
citizens could call and complain.
The newspaper article generated a number of calls to the
railroad police, and the crossing was fixed shortly afterward.
Travelers should now have a safer and less bumpy travel across
the tracks.


Man Arrested For Marijuana Possession
A Madison man was arrested for possession of marijuana'
.on Wednesday, August 2.
According to a Madison Police Department report, while on
patrol, Officer Chris Cooks conducted a traffic stop and asked
for permission to search the vehicle.
During the search, Marvin Leon Dav.is. .36, was sitting in
the right back passenger side of the vehicle.
Davis was sitting on a bag. containing a green leafy sub-
stance that appeared to be marijuana.
Davis was arrested andtransported to the Madison County
Jail, where he was charged with possession of marijuana less
than 20 grdms. .


08/02/2006
Jessie Joe Lujan-Attach-
inig tag not assigned
Marvin Leon Da% is-Pos-
session of marijuana less
than 20 grams
08/03/2006
Roger James Sellers-
V.O.P. (county) .,
STrone LovoneXeWhite-
Trespass after w warning
Ladarrious Jermaine
Crumit N- Possession of mar-,
ijuana less than 20 grams,
burglary, D.W.L.S. revoked
or canceled
Roberto Ochoa-D.U.I.
08/04/2006
Samuel Lee Gallon-Un-
known
Nyra Denise Haynes-
V.O.P (circuit)
James' Ronald Patterson-'
0 .(countli '
ee\ is Reshod Dobsoni-
Cnminal registration
Darrlyn McKeith
Joseph-Criminal mischief (in
excess of $1000)
Viki Lyn Lentz-Forgery"
Alphadakkiak Aithur Bx
Nathanial White Domestic
violence/Battery
08/05/2006
Alton Lester Lee-Affray.
fightinge'


Rashard Antonio James-
Affray fighting
Omar Sanchez-
D.W.L.S., revoked or can-
ceUed. Attaching tag not as-
signed
Phyllis Ann Livingston-
E\pired DL. (more than 4
months) -
08/07/2006
Ellen Hodges Sears-
Lea\ ing the scene of an acci-
dent '
Patricia Inez Dice-
V.O:P. (circuit)
Terrance Lamar
Williams- V.O.P. (circuit)
Raymond Edward
Reynqlds-Child abuse
08/08/2006
Charles .Ray Ow\ens-
D. W. L.S. revoked or can-
celed
Joshua"Dean Owens-
Criminal registration
Jessica Larose Johnson-
Failure to appear-Arraign-
ment
Terrance Laron Jen-
nings- V.O.P.'(county)
George .Edward
Geschwind. Jr.- V.O.P. (cir-
ocuit)


Lamorris
Collins-Criminal
tion


Farnell


Demond
Registra-


cont from page IA


ple can eat-in or take their.food out.
The McCormick Family, Kirk Pittman, the Echols County
Travelers and Tania Williams, and others will 'perform music
during the dinner.
Tickets for the event will be $5 each. There will be a big-
prize raffle ticket sale and drawing. You do not need'to be pre-
sent to win. Raffle items include a Remington 12-gauge 870
pump shotgun; a Ruger .22 automatic rifle; a Knight .50-caliber
blackpowder rifle; a gas grill; and a $100 gasoline gift card.
A cake auction will begin at 6 p.m. and include a variety of
delicious homemade cakes. .
A silent auction, featuring handmade blankets, furniture,
household goods and gifts certificates from many local busi-
nesses, will also be held. The bids will close at 7:45 p.m.
The dinner is being put on by members of the Lee commu-
nity, in conjunction with the Midway Church of God.

Townsend cont from page 1A
el expenses to and from Emory University- Hospital for the next
12 weeks and also help with a portion of the hospital bills.
Doctors have said that for Mattie to have surgery she must
be 12 weeks old and weigh at least 10 pounds.
Mattie is the granddaughter of Larry and Barbara Townsend
and little sister of Brittany and Megan Townsend.
Please help Tammy Fletcher and Becky Driggers, who are
coordinating the event, with their goal of selling as many din-
ners and as many cakes as possible.
For more information, please call Tammy at 973-6256 or
Becky at 973-4982.
The family wishes to thank everyone for their prayers and
support.

Basketball cont from page 1A

King, Opie Peayy, Roy Ellis, Jacob Bembry, Octavious Tookes,
Howard Phillips, Willie Brown and Ronnie Thompson.
The celebrity game begins at approximately 2 p.m. A cake
auction is scheduled before the game.
Admission for the game and for the regular tournament,
which begins at 8:30 a.m., is $3 for adults, $2 for teens and stu-
dents.
Go out and support the Senior Citizens Center's efforts to
raise money to construct a new all-purpose building.


Is It Hot Enough For You?
Good morning, good morning, neighbors and friends! The
very trite greeting "Is it hot enough for you?" has' never been
more appropriate.. Nor the response "Definitely! I cooked break-
fast on the cement walk this morning, fried and egg and boiled
coffee! Saved fuel too." The weather is everyone's fa\ orite top-
ic of conversation.
Today's Monday is indeed hot but lo ely. exactly like Flori-
da either should be. For the past three weeks, though we have
enjoyed a change of scenery. if not weather, spending time with
family in Middleburg and Jackson\ille Mixing business with
pleasure, w\e saw\ both our cardiologist and ENT we have reached
an ace v% hen those things seem to be needed more often!
One highlight of our trip was the celebration of daughter
Gloria's birthday \when \we met at Sam's St. Johns for a delicious
seafood dinner, iher favorite \ here my sister Ruby joined usfor
one of those family events which aren't soon forgotten. lots of
laughter and togetherness.
We also had dinner one night at one of the best Golden Cor-
rals we've seen an\ here. We've never seen so many huge peo-
ple in one place. nor so much food %wasted. but \ve would cer-
tainly recommend the restaurant. if Nou can stand the crowds. It
is alta\ s full and it is huge, but you can find anything you might
desire at the many and tarled ser\ ing stations, to see Nour steak
cooked to perfection as you watch. And all at reasonable prices.
Again. having been away., \e ha\e little local news, and
most of that is not good. we're sorry to say. Just this morning we
lost two good men to that terrible scourge of Madison County-
cancer: George Strawder, who for many years with his wife
Anges kept his neighbors supplied with free fresh vegetables
from the garden. gave'up his valiant fight. Our sincere condo-
lencesto.Agnes, who herself had surgery two weeks ago-and to
his family. The other was Steve Carter. Willie Carter's uncle,
%kho wi.as in Madison Memorial. Willie has spent all the time he
could with him there. The\ were verN close because. as Willie
said. Ste'e practically raised him and w\as like a father to him.
Our sincere s\ mpath\ to him and the Carter family. The funeral
and all interinent will be held in Mayo on WednesdaN.
Other things we wished we had not read in the papers when.
we returned were the passing of Feltor Almand. a wonderful man
and a good friend. Wife Elizabeth, also a good friend, was in the
hospital at the time but was able to attend church on Suniday.
Also. of course. Hazel Plant's passing. We and Hazel were cldse
during the years when we were librarians at Madison and Lee,
and always rode together to the planning sessions held in Live
Oak..,
There 'weret other bad tidings' of which we'veheard but none
so close .and w\e do \ ant to leave space for better news; Rich and
Ginny Quackenbush enjoyed thoroughly their recent week's va-
cation in Spruce Pine. N.C.. especially the cool temperature
S\hich was in the sixties at night and seventies during the .day.
*Sounds. great, doesn't it?
Simon and Ernestine are enjoying a last week before school
visit from William's children. Austin and Ashley.
We have heard but haven't verified that Cindy Thomas has
changed positions at Lee Elementary and will be secretary-re-
ceptionist.
Look for a new business, which will be coming into Lee
soon. Tim Blanton has sold part of his property to the owners
who will open business similar to Fast Pack but not enough to
be competitive. It will be located on US 90 west of Ben Blair
Park.
We returned home in time for our town council meeting. We
try never to miss it for we might miss something. And it's good
to be home!' Now we are expecting lots of company this. week-
end, Vicki has had a cabin at the Suwannee River State Park re-
served since last November for our 87th birthday celebration.
We do want to thank Ginger for jogging our memory on
songs we haven't heard in many years- we did not think you were
that old, Ginger! It was such a pleasure to read that column.
'Now, we really must say "au revoir" or this will not reach the
paper in time. (Thanks, Lisa) We'll drop in again soon.


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All: and Mrs. Hubert L. Sherrod. Ji: of Aladi-
son. are pleased to announce the engagement oft .
their t daughter; Julic Ann Sherirod to Richard Don-
glas Lampe, son of Mr: and iMr'. John it: Lampe of *.-'.
Altamonte Springs.
Julie's grandpaieuts arte Alt: and Mirs. Jamies -'
Ca.son of Mladiscon. and the late Mr and Mrs. Hi-
be't L. Sherrod. Sr:
Julihe has a master's detgrce in nursing frOni
Florida State Universin and is employed at Orlan-
do Regional Lucerne Hospital as a cloncal nurse e
specialist.
S Douig is a graduated of lithe Uirersity of Flori-
-lo' da. College of Eneineering. and is employed at ,.
Lockheed Martin. [.i
,. A Novenber N'.dding is planned. .


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Jill Waller Enjoys Summer job


With 4-H Day Camps


BN Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jill Waller %worked this
summer as a program assistant
with the 4-H .summer day
camps.
Waller said that she en-
joyed working with the chil-
dren and getting them in'olhed
w ith 4-H.
Walter said. "I \\as in-


I' fiA


volhed \\ith 4-H a little bit as a
kid. I attended the summer
camps."
The daughter of Glenn
and Lynn Waller. Jill is a 2004
graduate of Madison Count)
High School. She graduated
this past spring from Okaloosa
Walton Conmmunit( College in
Nice\ ille.
"I will be going to FSU


.a wed augtwt 19th&
Als. Beverly Flnn ot'f Madison would like to
announce the upcoming marriage of lier danlgh-
ter, Amanda Leah Flynn to Charles Lucas
(Chad) Plain, son of Mr and Mrs. Darrell Plain, .
of Lee.
Amanda is a 2004 graduate of West Port
High School in Ocala. The bride to be is attend-
ing N.E C.C., majoring in business management.
Chad is a graduate of Madison County Hig
School and is currently employed by Meander
Plantation in Monticello.
The ceremony will take place at 4:30 p.m. on
August 19, 2006, at Midway Baptist Church in
Lee.
A r 'ception iill /oNh// ,ii ittn t diii te'i aft : itK
All family aitd friends are cordial/Y in\ ited. \K


and majoring in social science
education." Jill said. "I would
like to get my master's in
recreational therapy and even-
tually teach history at a high
school."
The best part of her sum-
mer job was. "Being able to
interact with 4-Hers and see-
ing the excitement on their
faces."
She said one of the best
parts %%as taking the students
on field trips every week. The
students %went to Chem Lake
e\erg Thtir>da': St. Nlarks,, the
Lake Jackson Indian NMounds:..
and to Wild Adventures.
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OF TRANSPORTATION

Traffic


Advisory
The outside westbound
lane on Interstate 10 at the
U.S. 221 overpass (Exit 241)
in Madison County \will be
closed to all traffic from
Wednesday. August 9. at 9
a.m. until Fnday. August 11, at
9 a.m. for bridge beam repair.
An oserheight truck hit
the underside of the overpass
earlier this week and damaged
the beams.
All westbound traffic "ill
use the inside lane. This only
impacts westbound traffic.
Eastbound traffic %will not be
impacted.


Jill Waller enjoyed
working this summer as a
program assistant with
the 4-H summer day
camp.

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Mary Bell


Harris
Mary Bell Harris, age 90,
died on August 4, in Ocala.
Graveside Funeral Service was.
held on Monday, August 7,
2006 at 2:00 p.m. at Mt. Olive
Cemetery, Madison..
Mary \\as born in St. Pe-
tersburg. January 3, 1916, the
daughter of the late Ronnie. C.
Bell and Margaret A. Belcher
Bell: She lived in Madison
most of her life and was Co-
owner and operator :or Harris
Grocery Store from 1948-
1963. She loved to fish and
was devoted to her. grandchil-
dren. She was a member of the
Mt.' Olive Baptist Church.
Madison. She is surn ived by a
nephew, Bill "Rennie" Brown
of Ocala; six grandchildren:
Bill Harris of Melrose; Patrick
Harris (Janet) of Macelenn%
Fl.; JillU Bass (Roy of NMadi-
son; Mary Louise Harris of
Tallahassee; Kenneth and Glen
Harris of Texas; five great-
grandchildren. Chris Harris of
Lakeland; Ryan Melissa and
Ross Bass of Madison; and Ja-
son McDonald of Tallahassee,
Fl; three.great-great-grandchil-
dren. Bailey Harris. Dylan
Stringer and J, D. McDonald:
two great nieces; Margaret and
Kathy: and a devoted friend*
arid family member, Jackie
Moltedo of Hau thorne. She
as predeceased by her hus-
band Willie Harris, and
Lavaughn Harris, a son.

George Shelton

Strawder '.
George Shelton
Strawder, age 73, died Mon-
day August 7, in Lee.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, August 10, 2006, at
10:00 AM at Lee First Baptist
Church with burial to follow
at Lee Memorial Cemetery,,
Lee. The family received
friends Wednesday, August 10,
2006, from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs
Funeral Home.
He was born in Valdosta,
Georgia, and served in the U.S.
Army .as a Military Police.
He was a lifetinie member of
Disabled American Veteran,
and was a member of Lee First
Baptist Church.
He.is survived by his wife,
Agnes. Strawder of Lee; one
son, John Thomas Strawder of
Clarksville, TN.; one daughter,
Patricia Ann Jones of Mcln-
tosh, AL., and one brother Ed-
ward Thomas. Strawder of
Jackson, NJ.
Four grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.


1irth Announeement

Rkt t@ & Dkniel
Family and friends wel-
come home Matthew &
Daniel Bass, born May 25.
Matthew weighed 2 lbs and 2
oz, andL Daniel. weighed. 2 lbs
and 4 oz. They are the'sons of
proud dad, Darren Bass of
Greenville, and mother.
. Deanne Cooper of Perry
A ndy & Joyce. Wells .of
N. i Madison and Sammy & Bur- ,
Sdette Bass of Greenville are
the proud paternal grandpar-
ents. Troy.and Memori West-
erman of Cherry Lake are
Svery excited bout their new
roles as aunt and uncle. Di




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August 15
There will be an NFCC
Northi Student Orienta-
"lordag tion (new and
d transfer) at( the
Student Center.
N from 8:3,0,a.m.'
i until 11:30 a.m.i
For more information: 850-.
973-1623 Ior email,
oliharaR@nfcc.ed..
August 16
Come and pla) "Food
S Pyramid.
Bingo"!
It's a low-
fat high-
fun nutri-
tion. game!
You could
even win a
game prize. You will learn
proper food ierviing izes.
Bring a friend along 6with \ou.'
This eent wtill 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 in-
formation call Bonnis Gobar
.Mathis at (850) 342-0170. Ex-
tension is 1301. .
August 18
Bible Deli erance Church
will be selling chicken dinners
from the cour-
thouse -lawn
on August,18,
2006 starting.
atll am. Diln-
ners. are $5.00
per plate. For Ordering and
Delivery information, please
call 973-4622.
August 23
T h e -
Lady of the ."
Lake Quilt-
ing Guild I
will hold its

meeting on y_
Wednesday ,


August 23. at 9:30 a.m. South-
side Recreation Center. 901
Saint Margaret Rd. Lake City.
The program for August will
feature local artist/sculptor
Ann Opgenorth who will pre-
sent a. program 'on color
schemes ith a special em-
phasize on color value con-
trast., For details: contact Pres-
ident Sandy Lindfors, 386-,
362-6850, or iiveIolk@all-
iel.net .. .
September 3
New Bethel Primitive
Baptist Church will be cele-
brating their annual choir an-
niversary. They" ask for
.groups, soloists, or choirs to
come and render two selec-
tions. If you. wish to partici-
pate or need further informa-'
tion contact Sister Eunice
Str!ughter at 97.-3760 or Sis-,'
ter Toni McQuay at 973-2929'
September 9
There will be a yard sale'
held at the Lee Volunteer Fire


will be $10
to rent a
space. Do-m E}
nations are
also ac-
cepted for things to be sold by
the LVFD. For more informa-
tion call Carolyn Bosise at
971-5573. '
September 12 15,
Th6 New Home Baptist
Church will hold Revival Ser-
vices with Ben Glosson at


7:00 p.m. each night. Glosson
is Pastor of the Southside Bap-
tist Church in Hazlehurst,
Georgia where that Church
has led their. Association in:
Baptisms for the last 18 years.
New Home Baptist Church is
located at 1100 SW Moseley,
Hall Road on Hwy 360.
September 13 '
The 55+ Club, a ministry
of the United Methodist Coop-
erative Ministries of Madison
County, will resume its
monthly meetings in Septem-
ber.:. This is 'a ministry for se-
nior citizens 55 years old and
abo\ e. Itf is not restricted to
iMethodists. All are welcome.
The meeting will be at noonr,
September 13, at the Coopera-
tive Ministries Center in Han-
.son at 135 NE Dill Street.
Lunch will be provided by"
Rocky Springs United
Methodist Church. and the
guest speaker for the month
will be Suzie Godfrey of
NFCC, discussing "Senior Of-
ferings and Defensive Dri-
ving."

September 30
The Fall 2006 Madison:
County Free Group Diabetes
Classes will be held at the
Madison County: Extension,
Office':at,902 College Drive,
Madison, 9:00-1.1:00 a.m. All
citizens of Madison County
that have diabetes or are inter-
ested in preventing diabetes
are welcome to attend.


- ".' Fridai. August 10, 1956 Edition
Fire At Reeres Cafe
The Fire Department was called to Reeves
Cafe on \\est Base street at 6:30 a.m. Thursday
where an overheated'grill blazed up. The fire was:
out % hen the Fire Department arri% ed. ith practi-
cally no property damage.
Football Practice to Begin August 15
Madison High School students \\ho are plan-
ning to go-out for the football team are asked to-re-
port at Lanier Field for conditioning practices be-
ginning August 15.

Friday.-August 12. 1966 Edition
Baby Girl!
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holton. of Madison, are
announcing the aerial of a bab\ girl at the Nladi-
son Countr MNemorial Hospital Tuesda\. Aug. 2nd.
She \weighed 8 lbs: 10.ozs. .
School Board
The School Board held its regular meeting Au-
gust 4th at 9:00 a.m. with all members present.

Friday, August 13, 1976 Edition
SClass Reunion : ,
The MHS Class of 1961 will hold its 15h .
annual reunion on August 14, 8:00 p.m.. at
the Elks Lodge.
Sales Papers
SKmart in Valdosta has Leisure suitson
sale for $30.00. a single-shot .410 shot-
gun for $-4.96.-and a cafeteria spec i-
cluding a hot turkey sandwich, mashedta-.
toes, and a soda for $1.08.

Thursday, August 14. 1986
Edition
NFJC Students Receive
Two Awards,
At the Phi Beta Lambda contest
| in Washinigton, D.C., in July, the
North Florida Junior College chap-
ter received two national
- awards.
-Revival
Corinth Baptist Church will hold
S revival Aug. 18-22 nightly at 7:30.
Special guest minister will be Bro.
Herb Beavis, pastor of Westwood
Baptist Church.


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LEE NEWS


Friday, August 11, 2006


ALDERMAN"
I Madison County School Board, District 5
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Lee Flementary School Hosts Open House


.By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
-Hundreds of students and parents packed the hall\\ays of Lee Elementary School Monday
e% ening. August 7, to greet the teachers and check out the school's facilities:
Since Lee has met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for two years in a row. it means that ainy

..............


l


elementary student in Madison County can attend the school
AYPis part of the Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Lee was the onl\ schooling the
county to meet it for t\o \ears in a row.
Students enjoyed chatting \ ith each other. catching up ith old friends and seeing their new
classrooms.


Ashton Terry is happy to be a student at Lee Ele-
mentary School. She is shown her parents, Chris iand
Katie Terry, and her little sister, Alissa Terry. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 7,
2006)


I


Chase Gurley and his sister, Maddie, are pictured
with their father, Rob Gurley. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 7, 2006)


Wesley McDonald, left, and Austin Lyons, right, are
pictured with Stacy McDonald. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 7, 2006)


Casey and Mitchell Hooker are pictured at the Lee
Elementary School open house with their parents,
Beth and Roland Hooker. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 7,2006)



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Scott, Tammy and Chance Webb, pictured left to
right, were enjoying meeting and greeting new teach-
ers and students at the open house at Lee Elementary
School. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bem-
bry, August 7, 2006)


Justin, Dillan and Jacob Phillips, pictured left to
right, were checking out their new classrooms and
teachers. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Be-
mbry, August 7, 2006)

ELECT
JEROME '
.WYCHE
FOR
MADISON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
MEMBER
DISTRICT #5
"OPEN AND HONEST DIALOGUE
WITH FAIR REPRESENTATION"
"I believe that a partnership between the Madison County
School District, the parents and students is key to obtaining
successes in achieving our educational goals. The dedication,
desire and involvement of all people to seek and find the
answers to those educational successes must be a sincere
community effort. If ever we are to invest in our future,
our children, our allegiance must start now." -Jerome Wyche
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT, PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY JEROME WYCHE,
NON-PARTISAN, FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, DISTRICT #5


Jerry and Marisol Tompkins are pictured with their
three daughters, who are all students at Lee Elemen-
tary School. Cathy, front row left, is a third grader;
Christina, front row right, is a first grader; and Emily,
back row, is a pre-K student. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 7, 2006)


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LEE NEWS


Friday, August 11, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


The Results Are In For




Skeet Shoot Fundraiser
.. . :,.. .: .dison County.i


Brittany Miller. Allison Gnann. Pre-Teen Miss Lee, Unique Gnann and Henry Ter-
ry, pictured left to right, were locked and loaded and ready to hunt at the skeet
shoot. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)
.,, , . . ..


4-Hers who.were helping with the skeet shoot are picturedduring the fun event.
Front row, left to right: Garrett McQuiston and Alan Register. Back row, left to right:
Kathy Register, Kimberly Clark, Ethan Clark Dale Clark and Jared Langel. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Judy Webb, Shannon Webb, Tammy Webb and John C. Webb, pictured left to
right, were signing people up for the skeet shoot and for the raffles. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


First and foremost, the
Lee-area residents' fundrais-
ing committee wNould like /to
THANK.everyone \\ ho helped
make Saturda 's Benefit Skeet
Shoot for the Cr stal Farnell
Kidney. Transplant Fund a.
GREAT success;
The results are in and here
is how it all unfolded. A total
of 11 youngsters ranging from
4 to 1il ears of age.participat-
ed,in the skeet event in which
Greg Foust pro\ ed to be the
best shooter of the day, taking
home the. 1st place trophy and
a $75.00 gift certificate. He
was. followed closely by Gar-
rett McQuiston, who came in
2nd winning a trophy and a
$50.00' gift certificate. Lane
Peavy captured the 3rd place
title receiving a trophy and a
gift certificate for $25.00. All
.the girls and bays received
trophies, compliments of
South Wind Sporting Clays .
out of Lake Park. Georgia.
O\er 70 rounds of skeet
were shot in the etent forages
12 and up. Justin Hamrick w\\as
the sharpshooter in this event.
but only after an e\ciung tie-
breaking 'hoot-out against
Travis Alday. Justin recei ed a
trophy and.a $100 00 gift cer-
tificate for his marksmanship.
and Travis \\as awarded the
2nd place trophy along %with a
gift certificate for $75.00.
Garit Poire took home the 3rd
place trophy and a S50.00 gift
certificate for his fine shooting
skills.'
In. addition to the skeet
competition, a .17-caliber ph-
Savage Rifle donated by Dad- sh
dy's Gun Shop' from Mayo, ing
Florida was raffled off. Con-
gratulations and happy hunt-
ing to the lucky winner: .Brad
Barfield.
All participants and spec-
tators enjoyed a day filled
with fun, good food, and plen-
ty of competition.
Although there are too
many. people/organizations
who helped with this event to
name them all individually, -D
the following, deserve a spe-
cial thanks for all their hard.
work and generous contribu-
tions.

Wally and Vonnie Davis:
Madison Farmer's Supply
Company.

Geno and Cindy Poire:
Madison Antiques at
rar
'Daddy's Gun Shop: ing
Mayo, Florida -

South Wind Sporting Clays:
Lake Park, Georgia

Alan Sowell: Madison
Sporting Goods-

Madison Chapter NWFT

Madison Chapter 4-H Club
Jim arid Spence Holben of
tentbuilders.com:
Madison, Florida


Greene Publishing, Inc.


Madison Colity
Communitu'Bank

Nid%%a Church of God

Nestle Water Companm

Pepsi-Cola.
Bottlin_ Company

Buirger King :

Lee Jiff\ Store

Madison Count) Solid
Waste Department

Madison Count\ EMS

Madison County
Sheriffs Departrment


Crystal Farnell


Tiffany Register, Teen Miss Lee, and Heather Mur-
y, Miss Lee, were on hand to support the skeet
oot fundraiser for Crystal Farnell. (Greene Publish-
g, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Joe Peavy, left, and Wally Davis, right,, are pictured
the skeet shoot. Davis graciously loaned his firing
ige to the shooters for the event. (Greene Publish-
1, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Proud To

Support The

Lee Community


Bart

Alford


Madison County School Boardl Mlember
District 5


to all students that returned on August 9!


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AROUND MADISON COUNTY


Friday, August 11, 2006


MPD National Night Out


Is A Success!


William Greene swabs
the mouth of Carter Gore


to collect a DNA sample,
as her mother, Kim Gore,
holds her and looks on
with a smile. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Lisa
Greene, August 1, 2006)


Bucher Addresses Senior Citizens

On Thefts And Scas
'-'-


Madison Sheriff Pete Bucher joined Greenville senior citizen site manager,
Renita Washington, and seniors, for a delicious luncheon and a highly informative.
presentation. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, August 8, 2006)
By J.lessal) n Covell happening. ty's seniors. Personal safety at
Greene Publiqhing, Inc.. . f Unfortunate]h, entire bank, assisted living -facilities .and
On Tuesday. August 8,. accounts can be drained dry; .nursing homes and ndighbor-'
Madisbn County Sheriff Pete- con artists may have fled with hood %\ atch are prime focuses
Bucher addressed Senior Citi-'. seniors money,: or, .unsuspect- throughout .the ,community..
zens on. identity ttheft. scams ing elderly'people may have Also', fraud involving pre-.
and burglars. 'sent money to strangers offer- scriptioris drigs, identity theft,
There "ere approximately\ ing substantial sums for small telemarketing fraud and home
fifteen seniors who gathered at investments, improvements are. all being
.the Senior Citizens building in An astoipding stat.isi ,.i;Glosely.., arched by lo.vala
Green\ illeT eii'"io.; iunche 1 h thon-o hrit"e L[W Tnited Sttde3,'' e-orceneniiiand are' nand'd'
and an informative presenta- population of people over the accordingly.
tion. : age of 65 is only 13 percent of Bucher. reminded seniors
Bucher spoke of how it is the total population, seniors 'that they should, never be
sometimes difficult for seniors account for a 'whopping 30 forced to make a hasty. deci-"
to identify when fraud is actu- percent of all scam victims. sion'when it comes to their fi-
ally taking place. It is often Bucher 'stated, "A more, nances. Seniors should: not be
too late by the time theft is dis- informed public makes a bet- afraid to say "no" to telemar-
covered. That is why seniors ter community." keters .and if something
and other residents need to. There are substantial re- sounds too good to be true,. it
take extra special, steps in pre- sources that are being devoted usually is, especially in a sales.
venting these crimes from,' to protecting Madison Coun- 'decision.


Also, legitimate Business-
es understand when a'person:
requests written documenta-
tion about any offer' that is be-'
ing made about .an investment
or a charity.
Seniors should never give
their credit card number or
banking information over the
phone, they should review and
reconcile .their monthly bank-
ing statements and should al-
ways destroy personal, finan-
cial, credit card and banking
receipts and statements..
Bucher informed seniors
that they must be on. their toes
and" make careful decisions at
all. times. Some things that se- r
niors must not take part in is
paying to iin; always investi-
gate a company if they have
any doubt and more.
He spoke of how his
house had been robbed before
and how most burglaries take
place during the' day while
people are at work and school.
S Bucher commented, "If
something does .not look right
in y.ur house when you come
home, do not go in. Go to your
neighbor's house and use the
phone to call the sheriff's de-:
partment and we will come in-
spect it for you. That's -our'
job."
Further, he spoke of how
if unexpected people show up
at seniors' doorsteps that they
must not let visitors in and if
they do, they must keep them
in their sight at:all times,
Altogether, it was an in-
teresting, very educational
luncheon that informed, se-
niors what to and not to do to.
help them better protect them-
'selves and their identity.


By Jacob Bembry .
Greene Publishing, Ind.
The Madison Police De-
partment hosted the National
Night Out (NNO), a unique
crime/drug prevention event
sponsored by the National.As-.
sociation of Town-- Watch
(Nx TW on. Tuesday, August.
1, from 3-9 p.m., at the Madi-
son Fire Station.,
MPD' Sgt, '. William.
Greene and Cpl. Chris Cooks
fingerprinted children, taking
photographs.,of them and col-
lecting DNA saniples for their
identification, in case any-
thing happens to them. This
-will assist police in helping lo-
cate the children if an\ thing
unfortunate happens and they
go.nussing.
The fingerprints and DNA
evidence collected %\ere given
to pitrents to keep in case any-
thing .ever. happens and their
children need to.be identified.
"Over 50 children'came
out to ,be fingerprinted" '
Greene said. "It as a great
success!" :
Greene added that any
parent can bring their children
dtiring the year to the police
department to hacve them fin-
gerprinted and to' lhave DNNA
samples collected.
National. Night Out is de-
signed to:.
*Heighten crime and. drug
,prevention awareness;.
*Generate support for,;
and participation in, local anti-
crime programs; ,
*Strengthenri neighbor-


hood spirit.. and. police-com-i, inals. letting them kriow. that
munity partnerships; and. neighborhoods are organized
*Send a message, to crim-" andfighting back: .


Certificates of Deposit

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sou9.,2000 r4!06 Interest Rates nield PAPrI
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STATE FARM SELECT AGENT
KEITH G.

HARGROVE
145 E. Base St, "
[K. (850) 973-6641
m ; 0 MEMBER
r. FDIC


4.44 TOE OFIUBLIC HEARING '

*..ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING.
THE USEOF LAND.
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Madison County Board of Courity Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordi-
nance affecting the use of land by amending the Madison County Comprehensive Plan to
approve.a.Large Scale Future Land Use Map Amendrfient which will Change approxi-
mately 770 acres located near the intersection of 1-10 and Hwy 53, Hwy 255 and Hwy 221,
from Agriculture .to Highway Interchange Land Use.

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, Madisorin from Agricultuie 2 Land Use.to Highway.Interchange Land Use. The-
parcels are in Sections 16, .17, 20, 21, &.22, Township 1" South, Range 10 East.

ORDINANCE NO. 2006-07

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MADI-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS
REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA STATUTES, .DESIGNED .TO'AMEND THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP TO APPROVE A LARGE SCALE MAP AMENDMENT,
AUTHORIZING THE TRANSMITTAL OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE FLQORIDA
.DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL..OF ORDI-
NANCES IN'CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIbiNG FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE: .


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The Madison County .Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing on the
ordinancefor adoption of the Large Scale Amendments on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16,
2006, at 5:45 P.M. in the Commission Meeting Room of the County Courthouse Annex.
A copy of said ordinance may be inspected by the public at .the. Office of the Madison
County Commissioners Administration Office. .

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal .any decision made with .respect to
any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need.a record of.these proceed-
ings, 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 thel
.appeal is to be based. .


William Greene fingerprints Bridgett Ferrell dur-
ing the National Night Out, hosted by the Madison
Police Department. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
.by Lisa Greene, August 1, 2006)

Re*Elect


BART

BALFORD
Madison County School Board
District 5
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CHURCH


Friday, August 11, 2006


At


New Home Baptist Church

Saturday Night, August 12th
There will be a Gospel Sing at New Home Baptist 'Church
on Saturday night, August 12th, located at 1100 SW Mosel '
.Hall Roat, on Highway 360, Madison. The Dixie Prophets
and Buddy Lyles, formerly with The Florida Boys will be the.
featured singers. Supper will be served at 6:00 p.m., Sing be-
gins at 7:30 p.m. ,


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Lee Worship Center

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Sunday ..................... .........................111i:011 a.m .
Sund E tnng hp.................................6:11) p.m.
Thurs. Prda.r irmeen & Bihi; tIud3 ............ :f)1t p.m.
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Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene

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M morning \,..r, hip ........... ......................... :0 0 a.m.
F v~in na \ r~iip ....... ........ ............ ............. 5:30 p.m .
Wi'dnndao Bible Stud. ..................... .......7:30 p.m.



Reapers Of The Harvest Church
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Morning V \or.hip... ... ... ......... 11:11) a.m.
Etcninm \i orship ................ ......................6:011 p.m
\'tdn-.dai Night Scri .............. .............:.... p.m


E\ f.R1 ONE IS %L%% \AN iEL(OME!


St. Vincent DePaul Roman
Catholic Church

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RI~iI 1ARD AS.WEfIRM
BUE FALL I4ORZ4 FRoW 0LLIKOurER SHELLS
WE PERSEVER.E 0 0 '().OUK INNEA. SOULLS~

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Madison First Baptis
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By Nell Dobbs .
3.Ladri-,'n First Baptist Church
F Beautiful flowers were-
pro\ ided Sunday by Suzainne
Pea\\ in nemor\ of Joes par-
ents, Mr. and MrIr. Arthur
Pea\ '. and in honor of MrNh. and
Mrs: George Burnette. \\ho
celebrated their 59th wedding
anniversary yesterday on Au-
gust 10th.
Preacher announced the
birth of little Kaiirin Grace
and passed around his cell
phone with her picture Not
all of us got to see her but "\e


, ill. We pray for all of them that he might go and \ or..hip


and gile thanks. .
.Billy sang, '"I box\ ed mrn
knees and cried Hol .and re-
cel\ed a standilng o atilon
Chancel Choir sang "Sweeter
Al The Days Go By." Preach-
er's, message was fromn Eph-
esiancs 4, that we are to walk
the \\ ay.God wants us to, to be
diligent in our faitth for the
sake of unit\. Diligent al %a\ s
makes me think of Herod's
letting the Wise Men go and
search diligently for the youngg


Him not that he \\ anted to.
God wants us :to study His
\\ord. understand it, live it,
and He will give us the victo-
ry.
The Deacon's Breakfast
Meeting .\as at S ,a.m. Sunday\
and Wednesday at 5:15 p.m.
was the Finance Committee
Meeting. At 5:30 p.m. the
A\\ana Workers' Meeting Ses-
sion \\ as held. %% ith dinner and
nurser\ provided. Sunday\ the
13th from 3-5p.m. there's to


1\ n Grace Larrabee.
Monday the 14th,
N.F.C.C. students or interested
sponsors and the Missions and
Youth Activities Committee,
\i ill meet at the Middle Flori-
da Association. office with
plans for organizing Baptist
Collegiate Ministry,- Bless
them.
*Tuesda.' the 15th from 4-
6 p.m there's to be a bridal
show er for Leigh Sherrod and
Ke\ in McNutt in the Fellow-
ship Hall At 7:00 p.m. there
is to be a Brotherhood Sup'per
and meeting in' Fellowship
Hall.
Pra\ 'earnestly for Sue
Do\ nine., who is having back
surgery on the 15th, and give
thanks Louis was able to be in.
Sunday School! 'Pray also for
Mlelinda (Williams)' Smith;'
Nita's friend, Deanne Miller;
for Mildred McLeod, who has
been on our prayer list a long
time at Lake Park Nursing
Center and very much in need
of pra er. and-also for her hus-
band and all the many other
ones. .
More Good Samaritans:
Saturday. as I was going to
Lake Park to see Mar jell there,
the "check tire pressure" light
came on and I stopped at the
Shell stauton, and the very nice
young fellow said the left rear
was really bad. I went on to'
Lake Park, and since Sara and
Nita had come. to see about
.their dad and Nita wanted to
ufse the car. We went back to
the Shell station, which was so
very, very busy. We saw Lar-
ry Joe Hammock (his Tiffany
and Nita were best friends);.
and Nita and he talked, but he
said no tire place was open,
then he thought of Wallace's
and we went there. They were
just closing but he had a tire
and put it on. We expressed
many thanks for helping us
out. Use him if you need spe-
cial treatment. He also does oil
changes. His name is Reggie
Wallace. Nita and he had
known each other in school.
Also, I enjoyed talking with
you, Mr: Shipley. God does
indeed provide and we give
thanks.
May the Lord Bless us
one and all and help us "walk
.worthy of the vocation where-
with we are called. Amen!"
Dot Reeves is in all Saints
Nursing Home in Jack-
sonville.
What a beautiful sight and
blessing to see freshly plowed
fields and fast growing green
crops that receive God's gift
of raip!


Phone Home
It's Me God!
"Then He said to Thomas, 'Reach your fineri-
. here, and look at My hands; and reach your hir, d
here, and.put it intopMy s.;e Dbo nol be un b..ie' r,-.
but believing.' And Thomas answered and said, to
Him, 'My Lord and' my God'" iesus said to him,' .
'Thomas, because you have seen Me, you have .e lie ed Ble ~e. are .:.e .e
who have not seen and yet have believed'." -. .hn 2, 2 -'-
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Jesus had told His' apostles wlat would happen His death and
Resurrection Thomas doubted.
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Orthodox Catholic Church
1-11 S\W BroaJ. A\e Green tille. FL 32331 50-9-1S-_2S22
RLiiereHi FFatl ti T.J. Pavinc
Bishop .-l/tcidt/, Baitlhlolmiietl

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


Faith Baptist Church
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Shur ] I raining. ............ ....................... :11 p.m.
% fening \ur'shiij .................................... 7:0 p.m.
Ii ... Pra3Lr M,.trinp. edni-idai.......................7.8:0i p.m.
L. H Fai mil Nighl Sl uDp r,r l i.til.dneda ........ 6-7:0.i p.m.
L .. .. i i PPuppio l M inj[ir. Sunday .......... ................... 6.li p.m.
GROW \ isillaiIn, Mlionda.. ...... ............6:30 p.m.


Grace Presbyterian Church
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Sunda. School frr Ill \L-....................... :45 a.m .
Sunday% Morning 1,,rlinp. .......... .... :.. aI:i .nm .
1\\td. IFellhn ship 'iilpp rlililk %IudL ... .. ,0:11 p.m.
loullh ,Grup. IW( 12iII (.rad-s.... .... ....h.311 p.m
l r Pra ic.... ........ . ........... ... ":30 p.m.
Fridn M n'li I' Praur Brtk.l ......... ... .': I.
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Lee United Methodist Church
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t. Zion A.MI.E. Church



Siinda.Y Sch.ol.............. .. .... ..' : -i5 a.m .
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Hanson United Methodist Church
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Morning iorship............. ..........11:15 a.m.
Sunday Eituminp Bibit Stud............................6......:0 p.m.
Choir Praclice Sundas E ei n ........................ 5-01) p.m.
lednesda) Esening Pra.itr s.uriice............. 7:100 p.m.
All Al. \\elcom-e. PIe.ae Come'

Fellowship Baptist Church
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Sunday% Schl- ......... ........... .. ........... ......10:110 a m.
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First United Methodist Church
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Sunday SLhli .... ..................................... 9:45 n.m .
u .lndas Nlorninui. \\l .lhip ................ ........II : a.m.
...... edneda 11 i ll ,.ui igradl s -,' .......6:30-ib:lll p.m .
Si.ulh gradt l-12 1............................ .... 7:0 p.m .
S M fn'l Folloiship Briakla.il 3rd Sun i. ......8:110 a.m.
S. m n\\,m n'. Melilng & Lunch I ln Mn.i......12:110 noon


Greenville Baptist Church


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Sundj Miornint, Mw 11r.hir. ............... .II:in ,i.m
Sun.Lida Is ,ning '.. hi .. .. .. .. .. ?:il) p.mn
Sunday S'tr..sd l.l tudtiL. ..ndl
'dulls Ih..h r Rdiii-.i .] ... ...... ........5-3 p m
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Madison Church of God
771 NE Colin Kelly Hwy., Madison iL
850.973-6307 Rev Doyle Glass, F.,,r.r
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+ M morning W orship'................................... 1111 a.m.
rSE rlig 'i.rliip. .. .......... .. ... .. .......... .6 .tm p.m.
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CHURCH


Friday, Aitgust 11, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11A


Vicki Ho%%erton
E U.M.C. Madison
In.the midst of triple-digit
numbers popping up on our
thermometers some days, our
church family is experiencing
an incredible blaze of God's
goodness right in our midst. -
We welcome our Senior
Pastor, along with his beauti-
ful wife, Traci, to our church
family. It seems as if they have
been a- part of us for a very
long time. They are already so


game.i Paula kept the score-
book and lineup. Our out-
standing team members were:
Lauren Maultsby, Ginger
McGhinn, Paula Bass, Robbie
Griffin, Drew Bro\ n, Daniel
Sanders, Chris Day, Trent Ra-
gans, Adarn Gudz. Josh Sale,
Arthur M. laultsb\, Brent
Robinson, Brad Robinson. Jay
Fraleigh, Doug Brown, and
Brian Sanderson. As Pastor
. Brian sa\s. We didn't, win
quite as many as in )ears pas ,


loved, and we are blessed to but it \aas one of the verN best
have them as our leaders, in every N ay! Such ftin!"
along with Pastor Brian Our church recejied six
Sanderson and his precious new members and baptized
wife, Faith; we have the great- four. members in: the last
est leadership team imagin- month. As Pastor Brian relates
able as well as the most fun -in the Messenger, we are not
group to be sure.... Just ask -playing the numbers game,
Pastor Bob about Bible School but we are happy to share the
and his unique, assignment exciting- news that we are
from all the kids to \\el- growing in God's love. We
come/bid farewell the little welcome our, new members:
goat, Barbie, who surprised .Carl Peterson, Sr., Carl Peter-
our awesome Bible School son'Jr., Nanc Jane Peterson,
with a visit.. Day,', Christopher Matthew
Thank you, Mrs. Wanda Day, Tro) Daniel Peterson,
Waring. for sharing \ our beau- and Savannah Lee Peterson.
tiful pet with all the children, who all joined our church
E er one, both young and fainily on profession of faith.
older, wanted to adopt Barbie! Dylan Morgan Cruc. and
We had such a tremendous Kendall Rebecca Land were
Bible -School team...Thanks both Baptized and received
everyone! into out church family on pro-
S Tean-i leader Ruth. Ann fessions of. Faith. We are so
gets red ribbons for pulling it blessed to have these special
all together. Jackie, Johnson people.as a major part of our
gets the medal for the extra- First United Methodist
special meals each night! Church family as the body of.
Many moms, dads, and grand- Christ and our circle of love
parents were such an 'impor- continues to grow, and be
tant'pirt Of 'ritking it unfor-' 'enrigtihenied. We are grateful.
LetIa'le'' ref rd our deiightfiti Please contact Linda Gas-


children.
Special thanks to Pastor
Bob for dressing as a shepherd.
and telling the Bible. story to
many- groups of children on,
the last evening of our Bible
School., He then prayed for
each group, and the children.
* in turn laid their hands on him-
and prayed f6r him. He was,
truly empov. ei. d to begin his
journey with the Madison,
family.,
Pastor Brian says the First
United Methodist Softball
team was the absolute greatest
ever in many ways. He pre-
sented the MVP award to none
other than, our- own Paula
Bass, Who never missed a.
game in spite of an injury.
(Pastor Brian also is walking a
bit slower as his knee objected
to the play in the very last


ton at the Cooperative Min-
istries Center at 929-4938 if
'you are able to assemble
health kits needed during this
hurricane season. The Thrift
Shop needs volunteers as well.
Please call Linda if you are
able to )ie a couple of hours
to this very important and far-
reaching ministry happening
in our community.
Keenagers will be having
a ."Luau" in our Fellowship
Hall on August 24, so please
call Florida Smith and let her
know if you need reservations
for this exciting event. Island
food, in keeping with thlle
thenie, will be part of the fes-
tivities...please dress accord-
ingly.
Pastor Bob Laidlaw, Pas-
tor Brian Sanderson, Dr. Lynn
Corbin, our spectacular choir,


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and our entire church family
invites everyone to come and'
be a part of the wonderful
\%orship services and various
activities that our church pro-*
.vides. You w would enjoy hear-
ing our new Pastor gite
tremendous sermons. You
would also love to hear Lyn-
nette play our beautiful ne\\ll
donated piano. She is incredi-
bly talented.
Please pray for .pastors
and churches who are spread-


ing the "Good Ne\-s" through-
out our entire world. Also
please continue to pray for our
troops and iheir families... for
civilians, and" children and
all who are in harm's way. Our
world needs much prayer and
much wisdom.
Come and join us at
F.U.M.C. for worship services
- and for our many and varied
acti\ cities % which are constantly
being offered...Be sure .to sigh
up for. one of the seth Moore


Bible Studies. Jenny Andrews
is the outstanding teacher. .
We have worship services
at 8:30 and 11:00 on Sunday
a.m....Be sure to ask about


'Sunday morning Bible study
at 9:45 in the dome...
We have something for
everyone!
See you this Sunday...


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1100 S\W Mosel\ Hall Rd.* (Hwy. 360. _Madisoni.
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MADISON COUNTY HISTORY


Friday, August 11, 2006


William




Cale





i i/Ba ile
Courtesy of Elmer's Genealogy
By Jessalyn Covell .
Greene Publishing, Inc.
William Caleb Bailey was born. in the old community of Hickstown, Madison on March 7,
.1886. His father died a month after his birth so he was raised in. his grandfather's home with his
two sisters and aunts and uncles.
He attended the one-roomed school about a mile east of' the farm. He read books from the
school and those he could borrow from neighbors and friends. He often read until early morning
hours to finish a book by the light of a kerosene lamp.
In 1903, at seventeen years of age, he applied for the position of teacher and was assigned the
Four NMonttih School at Live Oak Church in lower Madison Count\. For the first time, he was
away from his home that he had known all his life and was on his own.
A prominent educator of those times, W.B. Cate founded 'normal" schools at Jasper in Hamil-
ton County and in the City of Madison.
William attended both schools where he studied,for and passed examinations for state certi-
fication as a teacher. In 1910, he graduated from the Florida Normal Institute and Conunercial
College of Madison and received his diploma. He taught in Madison and other localities w ithm
the state of Florida.
in 1928, he announced his candidacy for the position of County Superintendent of Schools.
He won the election-defeating incumbent, T.C. Sims.
During the campaign, he ran an advertisement in the Madison Enterprise Recorder, dated
May 14, 1928, reading: "To the voters of Madison County, there is a rumor in circulation in some
sections of the county that, I, while teaching school at Hickory, Grove, taught that man evolved
from the monkey. I have never taught this theory in the Hickor) Grove School or elsewhere at any
time. I was born and reared in the home of Christian parents. I am a member of the Baptist Church
of Madison and am a Mason. I believe the Bible story of the creation of man, and have always
had Bible-reading in every school I ever taught: I hope that my friends will not be misled by this
or any pother political propaganda intended to injure my candidacy for County Superintendent of
School. For the benefit of the public I have the following statement signed by the men who were
trustees if the Hickory Grove School during my principal-ship at that place."
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to certify that Professor W.C. Bailey was principal
of the Hickory Grove School for seven months in 1923 and for seven months in 1924. During
these two years work, he has never known to teach that man evolved from a monkey. Respectful-
ly, F.L. Herndon, J.A. Williams, I. Newberry and F.C. Glass. Yours truly, W.C. Bailey"


The Old Jail


The Old Jail in Madison is an archaeological treasure, with a symbol of history
that runs deep in the roots of Madison County history. (Greene' Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 10, 2006)


By Jessalyn Covell,
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Old Jail was built by
the Nladidson County Commis-
:ioners in 1888 at a mere cost
of $6.000.
The jail served for ap-"
proximately 60 years.
During the building's time
.as the county jail, a number of
sheriffs served the facility.
In 1951, a new county jail
was built and the old jail spent
brief tenures as a coiinty wel-
fare office and senior citizens
center before becoming the
first Madison County Library.
In 1989, a new county library
was built near North Florida
Junior College (NFJC). The
old jail was used by.the Madi-


son County Historical Society'
for their monthly meetings.,
S.In the meantime, an enter-,
prising and dedicated group of
citizens began to organize a
county museum and look for a
site. This group became
known as the Treasures of
Madison County, Inc.
The Madison Counts
Board of County Commis-
sioners was able to secure a
$200,000 Florida Departmnent
of Transportation grant to ren-
ovate the structure. A dedica-
tion ceremony was held on
February 15, 1998, for the
'newly restored building and it
was turned over to the two or-
ganizations to share jointly.
The building has histori-


cal importance in that. is one'of
less than a half-dozen 19 cen-
tury Florida Jails still in exis-
tence. Artifacts uncovered
in a well on the grounds in-
cluded turn of the century;
glass bottles and the original
iron bars and steel cells. These
bars were used to bolster the
building's foundation .
The exterior walls were
stuccoed at some point in the
building's history. .
Windows, brick interior
walls and the heavy, iron en-
trance door are all, original.
The large, iron door key is ex-
hibited on the wall in the en-
tranceway.
Bars were placed back on
* the windows in.1999.


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Normal

Institute

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Commercial

College

By Jessalyn Co\ell
Greene Publishinug. Inc.
The Florida Normal In-
stitute was established in
1907 to prepare students for
teaching positions under the
direcuon of Professor W.B.
Cate.
The Florida Normal In-
stitute became kno wn
throughout the area and at-
tracted mania students who
were unable to attend the reg-
ular colleges at Tallahassee
and Gaines\ ille
The institute operated
until 1926, but when Profes-
sor Cate rnom'ed a%\a\ the im-
petus behind the school also
left.
For a few\ Nears teacher
training was still taught as a
course in the high school, but
by 1930 eien this \was dis-
covered
The main building was
located on Duial Street. just
north ot Highway 90. The au-
ditorium was located of the
Primary School building. in
1910, the brick dormitory
w\as completed It housed
classioomnl, on the tfist floor
The bo\'< doing was on the
second floor and the girl's
dorm was located on the third
tlooi.
E\er ve.ai. the gradua-
tion exercises for the Florida
Noi mal .Institite Listed about
a week with pupis present-
ing recital,. play, and
pageant s in coper:ition with






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HEALTH


"Do Sports Drinks Compare To Water


' When It Comes To Physical Activity?


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
What drink is best for
getting and staying hydrated
during exercise?
The natural choice for
hydration is water. It hy-
drates better than any other
liquid, both before and.dur-
ing exercise. Water tends to
be less expensive and more
available than -any other
drink., You .need to drink 4-6
ounces of water for every
15-20 minutes of exercise.
"That can add up to a lot of.
water!
While some people pre-
e fer the taste of water over
.5 other drinks, most people
find it relatively bland and
will stop drinking e\ater be-
.' fore becoming fully hydrat-
^ed. Water is the best, but it
only helps your body if you.
drink it.
Sports drinks do not hy-


drate better than water, but
people are more likely to,
drink larger volumes, which
leads to better hydration.
The typical sweet-tart
taste combination does not
quench thirst, so you will
keep drinking a' sports drink
long after water has lost its
appeal. An attractive arraN of
colors and flavors are a\ail-
able. You can get a carbohN-
drate boost from sports
drinks, in addition to elec-
trolytes which may be lost
from perspiration, but these
drinks tend to .offer lower
calories than juice or soft*
drinks.
The licensed practical
nurse/dental assistant for the
Madison County Health De- J
apartment, Nondis Jenkins.
stated, "From. a dental as-
pect, water is much better
than sports drinks because
they are loaded with sugar."


Madison County Health Department employ-
ees Nondis Jenkins and Bonnie Webb say that
consuming water is always your best bet during
physical activity. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
by Jessalyn Covell, July, 18 2006)
Bonnie Webb, nursing replacement. People can
director of the Madison consume too much especial-
County Health Department ly if the\ are border-line dia-
commented. "Water, because betic. or have problems %with
sports drinks have sugar. high blood pressure. so \wa-,
sodium' and good electrolyte ter is always better."


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tions."'
Tina Hollie commented,
"The most rewarding thing
about being involved in this
program is the staff at.
MCMH. They were always
real helpful and friendly."
Tracey Gniewek said, "It
was awesome being able to
learn in my own community. I
encountered a lot of now ex-
citing experiences in learn-
ing."
James Wetmore re-
marked, "The most appreciat-
ed thing ab9ut being involved
in the program was being able
-to work with patients and the
staff that are employed here
and receive their coopera-
tion."
Connie Walker stated,
"This is the third facility in
our clinical rotations, and this
is by far, the best learning fa-
cility. It's important to. have
this great learning experience
in our community."
MCMH instructor, Mar-
cia Bass said, "This group of
,students worked so well to-
gether and expressed great
flexibility in the medical field
which is a necessity to be-
coming a successful regis-
tered nurse. I have had a won-
derful experience with won-
derful students. I haven't had
to do much at all. There was
plenty of camaraderie
amongst each one of them


with their will do attitudes
which made the learning ex-
perience influential and posi-
tive. It was great and its so re-
freshing to work x\ith people
that are-. read to learn, just
like these fi %e students were."
These students' are ex-
pected to' graduate from the
NFCC nursing program in
December of 2007.
There %%ill be more up-
dates in the near future re-
garding the NFCC. nursing
program and. ihe students'
progress.

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Rehan Haque, MD.
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Diplomat American Board of Internal Medi
Diplomat American Board of Pulmonary Me
Residency.
Tufts University
Fellowship:
Penn State University
Active staff-
Shands Lake Shore. Shands Live Oak


To my patients and their families,
Thank you for putting your trust in me.
I am honored that you have allowed me to
participate in your medical care. However my :'
S., . wife and I have decided to relocate. Effective '
S September 2I", 2006, I am closing my practice.
S My associate, Dr. Gupta has agreed to assume
your care. Medical records can be obtained from: .
F Dr. Amit Gupta,
2888 Mahan Drive, Suite #3
Tallahassee, FL 32308
After September 21", 2006, 1 can be contacted at:
Dr Christian Birkedal
S 875 Strethaus Avenue
Ormond Beach. FL 32174
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Thank You and God BIess.


Chlistian Bitkedal, ID l


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Mohammed G. Choudhury. MD I
S Pulmonary Dlsease
icine Residency.
idicine ,Internal Medicine. Long Island Jewish, Medical
Fellowship, .
Pulmonary Medicine. Veterans Affairs Medical Ceter,
(Wilkes-Barre)
Adivestaff ;
.. Shands Lake Shore, Shands Live Oak


The medical staff of Shands Live Oak and Dr. Choudhury welcome Rehan Haque. MD,
to our medical team. A fellowship-trained specialist in Pulmonary and Critical Care
Medicine. Dr. Haque is board certified in Pulmonary Medicine and in Internal Medicine
He provides comprehensive'care for pulmonary disorders including:

Asthma I Emphysema I Bronchitis I Cystic fibrosis | Pneumonia
Post-surgery care I Pulmonary hypertension


Shands


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A


Free Group Diabetes Classes Set

For Participants To Register
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
. The Madison County Health Department's Free Group
Diabetes Classes are ready to clients, patients, residents,
friends and family to all register for the fall diabetes program.
The Free Group Diabetes Classes offer excellent series of
:classes that are provided at no cost to any participants.
There will be three classes held on three different Satur-
days: September 30, October 7 and October 14 at the Madison
County Extension Office at 902 College Drive from 9 a.m. -
11 a.m.
At the health department, there are flyers advertising the
three separate classes and registration forms in the lobby.
For further information, questions or comments, please
call.(850) 342-0170, ext. 1301.


1100 SW 11th Street
386.362.1413
Shands.org


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-SCHOOL


Friday, August 11, 2006


Slalnaker
Named New
Head
Principal For
NCCS
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Sam Stalnaker recently
look on the
position as
cipal of thea
Country Cen-
tral School
Sam (MCCS).
Stainaker, He was an
Principal ass s t a n t
of MCCS. principal for
MCCS for
three years before moving up
to the head principal position.
He stated. "I have always
wanted to do to best I can in
both of my careers. If I, have
made a positive impact or a
.change for the better in some-
one, I feel that [have succeed-
ed.'
Also, he is a colonel for
the 160 Military Police Battal-
ion of the U.S. Army Reserves
in Tallahassee.
Stalnaker is scheduled to
retire from the military in Feb-
ruary 2008, giving him a total
of 25 years that he has dili-
gently ser% ed his country.
For the 2006-2007 school
year. there are now four assis-
tant principals. In the past.
there were only three on cam-
pus.
This will help students
have much needed interaction
with them while they stay \ isi-
.ble in the classrooms. Also,
this is expected to cause better
behavior throughout the
school.
He commented, "By djs-
plaing loyaltl, honest..in-
tegrity, personal courage. duct
and selfless ser ice, I set \ern
high standards and values, not
only for myself. but for m>
students. These \alues are in-
corporated iuto a student's be-
havior that leads them to make
the correct decisions and do
the right things."
Additionally. Stalnaker re-
marked, "I love what I do
within the school. It's evtreme-
ly rewarding."
He and his family reside
in Madison. His family in-
cludes his wife, Deloris and his
two daughters. Alexis., % ho is a
junior at Madison Counit
High School (MCHS) and
Bethni, who will be two years
old.in September.
In his spare time. Stal-
naker loves to hunt. fish and
dedicate as much time as pos-
sible to his church. Madison
Church of God. where he has
been a member for 19 years.


Students Take Advantage



Of Back-To-School Fair


By Jacob Bembry
Geene Publishing, Inc.
Hundreds of students filed
into the Four Freedoms Park
in Madison on Saturday,.Au-
gust 5, to take advantage of the
Back-to-School Fair and the
items offered for them.


Backpacks, notebooks,
pencils and calculators were
presented to the students.
Representatives 'from the
Madison County School
Board and each school were
on hand to greet students and
hand out the supplies.


Jim Taylor, who works as the personnel director at
the Madison County School Board, is pictured with his
wife, Melody, at the Back to,School Fair. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Will Joshua, left, and Gwen Hubbard, right, helped
coordinate the Back-to-School Fair. (Greene Publish-
ing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


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Joyce Wells, Mel Roberts, Nora Walker and Memori Westerman, pictured left to
right, were at the Back to School Fair representing Greenville Elementary School.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)

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Beth Moore; her son, Joshua Moore; Conner Ginn; and Amy Kendrick, are pic-
tured left to right at the Pinetta booth at the Back-to-School Fair. (Greene Publish-
ing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Staff members of the Madison County Excel Alternative School are pictured left
to right: Rosalind Ward, Jada Williams, Betsy Crews, Maceo Howell and Deputy
Maurice Alexander, a school resource officer. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ja-
cob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


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Friday, August 11, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 15A


Madison County Farm Bureau Sparks Tractor Company
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oL oks For Good Citizens


The Madison .County Farm Bureau is currently looking for
"Good Citizens" in the county to receive the "George Townsend
Good Neighbor Award," which will. be presented at the Madison
County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting set for September 19th, at
the Madison County Central School.
According to Richard Terry, chairman of the "Good Neighbor"
committee, we need to have nominations.at least by September 1st.
If a person was nominated the past few year ago, then their name
is still in the hat for the committee to consider.
The award was established several years ago, in honor of long-
time farmer and stockyard owner, Mr. George Townsend. "Mr.
Townsend was' a good neighbor to everyone he came in contact
with, and we, at Farm Bureau, are indeed proud to present this Richard Terry,
award in honor or Mr. George." c chairman .
If you would like to nominate someone, please write a couple of paragraphs on your nomi-
nee, as to why this person is deserving of'the award, .and return to the office before September 1,
2006.
The recipient vill be named at the Annual Meeting, added Terry.


)pens Tractor Gift Shop


Farm Bureau Members Attend State

"Young Farmer And Rancher Conference"


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tured, back row, left to right are: Bo Agner, Jamie Harris, Travis Smith and Jarrod
Harris. Front row, left to right are: Jeffery Hamrick and Marie Smith. (Photo Sub-


mitted)
The Annual State Young Farmer 'and
Rancher Conference %jas held recently in St.
Augustine, arid Madison County Farm Bureau
was represented by several local members this
year.
This Annual Meeting is designed to build
leadership among future leaders in Agriculture
in the state of Florida as well as the nation, said
-Dan Buchanan, long-time field man for the
Farm Bureau. "Agriculture has a lot of chal-
lenges as well as opportunities for the future,
and Farm Bureau needs to be right in the mid-
dle of meeting those challenges," said
Buchanan.
The Young Farmer Group heard from sev-


eral motivational speakers, as, well as Farm
Bureau folks otho .\ork in the Legi-latie area
in both Tallahassee and in Washington
On a local note, the Madison Young
farmer group will sponsor a post-Legislative
Session Appreciation Dinner for Rep. Will
Kendrick during August.
Those from Madison who attended were:
Willie Agner Jr., Jeffrey Hamrick, Travis and-
Marie Smith, Jarrod and Jamie Harris.
The Young Farmer group is alI\ ays look-
ing for local volunteers to assist with various
projects. If you are involved in 'Agriculture,
and would like to be involved, just call the lo-
cal Farm Bureau office for details.


Double 00 Ranch Joins Membership

Of American Angus Association
Double 00 Ranch, Pinetta, is .a new member of the American Angus AssociationsM, reports
John Crouch, executive vice president of the national breed registry organization in Saint Joseph,
Missouri.
The American Angus Association, with more than 34,000 active adult and junior. members, is
the largest beef cattle registry Association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed
information on more than 14 million registered Angus.
The Association records ancestral information and keeps production records on individual an-
imals for its members. These permanent records help members select and mate the best animals
in their herds to produce high quality, efficient breeding cattle which are then recorded with the
American Angus Association. Most of these registered Angus are used'by the U.S. farmers and
ranchers who raise high quality beef for U.S. consumption.
Terry W. & Orma Stambaugh Join Membership
Of American Angus Association
Terry W & Orma Stambaugh, Greenville, are new members of the American Angus Associa-
tionsM, reports John Crouch, executive vice president of the national breed registry organization in'
Saint Joseph, Missouri.
The American Angus Association, with more than 34,000 ,active adult and junior members, is
the largest beef cattle registry Association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed
information on more than 14 million registered Angus.
The Association records ancestral information and keeps production records on individual an-
imals for its members. These permanent records help members select and mate the best animals
in their herds to produce high quality, efficient breeding cattle which are then recorded with the
American Angus Association. Most of these registered Angus are used by the U.S. farmers and
ranchers who raise high quality beef for U.S. consumption.
FLORIDA LIVESTOCK MARKET REPORT
FLORIDA MARKETS AT A GLANCE
Fo, the ia end chd lust 3, 2i..l06
At the Florida Livestock Auctions,. receipts totaled 9.2'3 compared to 9.610 last \eek and
10.722 a sear ago. According to the Florida Federal-Siate Li\estock MNarket Ne\',. Service- Com-
pared to last week, Slaughter co\\s were mostl. stead\. feeder steers and heifers t\ere 1.00 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
"'00-3 i Ih 1 '0I 01 i (I 1.0 .


Feeder Heifers:


300-400 Ibs
S400-50'. blbs.
Medium & Large
200-300 lbs
300-400 lbs
400-500 lbs.


114.00 145.00
105.00 12x.On
Frame No 1-2
122 00 1 7i (.0)i
103.00 13".50
98.00 115.00


Slaughter Cows: Lean: 750-1200 lbs 85-90 percent 39.00 46.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No. 1-2 1000-2100 Ibs. 55.00 66.00


Sheila Sparks welcomes residents and newcomers of Madison to stop by her
newly opened tractor gift shop that features anything and everything John Deere.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, August 8, 2006)
By Jessalvn Covell
Greene Publishing, nhc. .
Sparks Tractor Compan) and recently opened a fantastic tractor gift shop to go along with the
outstanding service the company offers.
Saturday, August 12 Saturday. August 19, the Tractor Gift Shop.will be hosting their grand
opening where all items in the gift shop are 15 percent off.
During grand opening week, people are welcome to come in and register all throughout the
week for cash, prizes, and gifts. The drawings will be held August 19 and the best part, people do
not have to be present to % in if their name has been drawn.
Additionally, there % ill be punch and cookies provided.
The tractor gift shop offers John Deere tags, Florida tags, Florida state tags, John Deere signs,
shirts. hats, keN chains, children's toys, collectibles, handpainted mailboxes, umbrellas, pillows,
flashlights, clocks and more. The whole tractor gift shop is filled with John Deere everything.
Sparks Tractor Company and Tractor Gift Shop is located at 1085 East Highway) 90 in Madi-
son.,
Clarence. Sheila and Dustin Sparks wouldd love to say "Hello," so please stop by and get
warily welcomed with a smile. '.. ..
For further information, please contact Sheila at the office at 7)3-3355'. '


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We want to meet you. We'll have punch, cookies and a
welcome smile. Please stop by and say "Hello."
-Clarence, Sheila & Dustin Sparks
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Friday, August 11, 2006


IDADI ORCASSFIDS 85) 73411i:3iPM.EVRYMODA


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-
GAGE INTEREST!!! FREE SER-
VICE NO COSTS! Send name
and address for free info to Jessie
James, 147 S.W. Owendale Ave.,
Greenville, Fl. 32331."
I Clean For You!
Rentals Offices Homes
$10 hour References Available
Pet care available in your home.
850-971-56841.


( PC BEDROOM l SE F Head-
board, frame, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. NEW in boxes, must
sell $550. 850-222-9879

Packing?

25 lbs. of

Clean

Newspapers

just $2

973-4141

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 & in. .ic *.'- I.o-, o-47 .
.SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW MI-
CROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Life-
time Warranty, Still in Crate,; Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250, Sell $475,
850-545-7112
ve to


Wanted peafowl. Need one ma-
y _ture male now before spring, but
I will buy pairs if needed. Call 850-
September 9th Yard Sale 973-6131 or 850-464-1165. Also
t ir, i.,-,np 'want guineas.


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
Antom e for sale


2000 Ford Expedition
XLT Sport;
White; grey interior; sunroof;
CD player; front and back a/c;
third row seat; cloth seats; regu-
lar oil changes; running boards;
tinted windows; good condi-
tion; 113,000 riles, $7,000
firm.
Call 973-3497 or 973-4141






-Cookware- TEFLON OUT! We
stopped doing dinner parties! Have
some beautiful 17-piece sets left!
Heavy, 7-ply surgical stainless
steel! Waterless and Greeseless!
Brand new! Were $2000, first 7
callers buy for $368! vaposeal.com
1-800-434-4628.
MATTRESS: King Size Orthope-
dic 3 pc. Set. New, unopened
w/warranty. Sacrifice $295. 850-
222-2113
BED Brand New Queen Orthope-
dic Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In
plastic, warranty, can deliver. $250.
* 850-425-8374


Old Coca Cola bottles,
Medicine Bottles and
Sawmill Commissary
Toeken. Call 850-545-3677.


Wanted: planted pines for
pine straw. Call Larue Tippett
at 971-5495 minimum of 20
acres.

lH6mes S^or Rent


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.

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


Q^ outhem Villas of

C adison a apartments


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

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


Greenville Pointe

Apartmnents

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






Commercial
Industrial
Property
"i. th state higyh; .fntge2
.cires, Corner 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 I-10,
via SR 53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141




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PRICED TO SELL! 3 bed 2 bath
home on 16.59 beautiful acres be-
tween Madison and Cherry Lake.
Property is fenced with horse
shelter. For more information
please call Jason Robinson with
Keller Williams Realty at 850-
673-8191.

'Smployinent


Help Wanted: Earn thousands
booking travel. Make money when
other agents book travel. Contact
Tywanna Arnold, 147 SW Owen-
dale Ave. Greenville, FL 32331.
Needed Full Time CNA's who
are friendly, hardworking and dedi-
cated, to superior client care. All
shifts available. Apply in person at
Lake Park of Madison. 259 SW
Captain Brown Rd, Madison, FL.
850-973-8277.


SOLID WASTE / RECYLCING
COORDINATOR

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 Works. 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 tange Solid Waste
and Recycling Program planning,
responsible for personnel within
the department, coordinate and
comply with rules and regulations
set forth by Dept. of Environmental
Protection, and be willing 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 of
County Commissioners, County
Coordinator, and/or Director of
Public Works. Qualifications in-
clude knowledge of solid waste/re-
cycling principles. la-. :and regula-
tions relating t'o landfill and solid
w aste disposal. knowledge of prac-
tices of supervision, methods of
compiling, organizing, and analyz-
ing data, knowledge of basic com-
puter and internet skills, ability to
implement employee safety pro-
grams, ability 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 cori. T ty'C...thtiimor 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.

CASE MANAGER wanted deal-
ing with at risk youths. Bachelors
:Degree required. Related
MH/Criminology, organizational
skills & experience a must.
Fax resume to 386-755-1486
Repair & Maintenance
Opening for a general purpose re-
pair and maintenance person. Full
Time, we guarantee 40 hours. Must
be qualified in painting, some car-
pentry work along with miscella-
neous jobs. Must have a good dri-
ving record, be reliable and trust-
worthy. Pay rate $8.50 $12 per
hour plus vacation and holiday pay.
We have a drug free' work place.
Apply at Ware Oil & Supply Co.
2715 S. Byron Butler Parkway, Per-
ry, FL. 32348


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.








FREE prep classes
M-TH: 8:30am-12:30pm @ NFCC
Tues: 5-9pm @ NFCC


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973-1629


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.
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-
dential and commercial recyclable
material through out Madison
County. Provide preventative and
scheduled maintenance as may be
required 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 (Trustees). Individual job re-
lated skills and techniques will ap-
ply to each specific job duty as out-
lined by the Recycling Technician
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/recy-
.cling principles and practices.

-Ability to follow written and oral
instructions as well as establish and
maintain effective working rela-
tionships.

Closing Date: Friday, August 11,
-2006 at 5:00 p.m.'

For More Information Contact:
Madison County Solid Waste/Re-
cycling Dept. 850-973-2611

Monticello Chrislian Academ) ins
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Aucilla Christian Academy is
currently accepting applications
for a bus driver position. Must
have (or be will to obtain) a CDI
class B with P and S endorse-
ments. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more in-
formation or to apply, please con-
tact the school at 997-3597

Help Wanted: Get paid for refer-
ring people 18 or older that want a
Major Bank credit card. You get,
paid a percentage of all their pur-
chases. Send name and phone num-j
ber to: Tywana Arnold, 147 SW
Owendale Ave. Greenville, FL.
32331
Wanted
Air conditioning refrigeration ser-i
vice technician to maintain cormpa-
ny systems is needed. Electrical
knowledge is necessary. Trans-
portation and tools are furnished
and a guaranteed 40 hours. Paid
vacation, holidays, sick leave and
health insurance are provided.
Salary is $12-$20 per hour depend-
ing upon qualifications. Call 1-800-,
487-5428 ext. 404 and leave mes-
sage or fax resume' to 850-584-i
6339.
AmeriGas Propane- Madison. F1j
is currently accepting applicaitoni
for a Delivery/Representat. Candi-
date will be responsible for but not
limited to delivering propane to ouir
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 comn-
pletion of a DOT physical, drug tesd
and background check. We ofler
c-,mrpeiiti.e \ages. medical & den-
tal benefits. 401K 'a% innw, plaii and'
liberal, vacation & holiday) policy'
Drug free work environment. EOE"
Please faj resume,: titetiiion"
SSM (850); 73-22542 '
$$ AVON $$
Bco .'our oon Boe.s
Earn 50'
Sell 50 0. cain $250
Suantei Kit i- onh $11
Call Doroth\-973-3l153


ESTATE Or DR. EARL L. CREECH
Office Building on Bemiss Road, Lake
Front House on Cherry Lake, Small Farm
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 2006 10:00 AM
* Prop. #1 2301 Bxemxss Rd. Office Building on
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* Prop. #2 1805 Cherry Lake Cr. NE, Madison, FL -
Home on Cherry Lake with 1,838 Sq. Ft., 4
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Large Rectangular Lot with
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Fish Pond & Duck Pond, 25 Acres in Natural
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Antiques, Collectibles, Gans,
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Bally Pinball Machines, Victrola, umn Collection, Vintage
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PREVIEW DATES: See our website or brochure for a schedule of
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MISSION You Can Sell Nearly Anything


With A Classified Ad!


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.


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Sun annee Valley
Humane Society
1156 SE Bisbee Ldop,
Madison, Florida 32340' ..

vTwo miles soilth of Lee off C.R.
255 From 1-10 Exit 262. Take
C.R. 255 north 1/2 mile follow the
signs.

WOULD YOU LIKE A DOG
OR CAT THAT HAS ALREADY
BEEN SPAYED OR NEUTERED;
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WE TRY TO ADOPT THE MOST
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AND HELP TO. CONTROL THE
'POPULATION OF ABAN-
DONED AND. UNWANTED ANI-
MALS.

"You'must check with us prior to
bringing in a animal. A drop-off
don auon is required for any animal
brought to the shelter. Our Hours:
Tues to Sai. 10-0t., to 2:00 or by
appointment. \ isi our website and
see the animals that 'eed a really
good home a:
t ,l I,' OiClira s.'i', s oinneeL s or
e-mail us at:
s tir5iiia, tale yit'artrilitk.nii .
Lost or Found Pels:

If you ha\e lost a pet or found
one. the humane society will help
you find \our pet. Call us.at it50i
971-.904 or toll free at 1-466-236-
'7812. Lea\e a message if we are
closed. \%e ill return your call.
Remember io always call your lo-
cal arumal controls or shelters if"
\ou hje 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
Sand toys. WE ASK THAT ALL
DONATIONS BE IN, GOOD
CONDITION; otherwise we. can-
not 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 Pinessood Dr. just west
of John'son's Appliance/Radio
Shack We also collect aluminum
cains to recycle, just bring them to
the shelter. All the money goes to
help the homeless animals.
FEATURED ANIMALS FOR
ADOPTION

.DOGS

3051 Chester is a Heeler / mix
and is onl. 10 weeks old. He is
male and is black and brovs n. He is
a \ery cutie puppy
3037 Russell is a Jack Russell
mT\. he is 4 months old. Tn col-
or cut ears and tipped tail. He Is
\erN friendly and looking for
someone to lose.
3029 Amos a brov. n male Hound
/mi\ Ridgeback /mux. Is \er\,
good s ith kids and other animals.
Is a little shy around men.
3011 MOLLY is a Pharaoh
Hound. she is a brosn female Has'
been spayed and is very good %% ith
children and other animals. She is
just looking for a home.
2442 Lydia Is a 2 year old
spa.cd Collie / mi\. She is while


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ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF ILORIDA

Classified I Display I Metro Daily


NOTICE .

Madison Count) will submit the Annual Report required by the State Housing Initiatives
Partnership Program for fiscal sears 200312004, 2004/2005, and 200512006 by September
15, 2004. Copies of the reports are available for public inspection at the Chairman of the
Madison Count) Board of Count) Commissioners, Madison. Florida.
9/11i I"-"- -


Anorney for Personal Representaise

/s ClaA. Sctiiiker:
Clay A. Schnitker
FlaBarNo.349143
Davis, Schniker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.
-Post OfficeDrawer 652
Madison, Flonda 32341 .
(850) 973-4186
8/4 -8/11 -


- Personal Representatiwe

/s/Beulah Johnson
Beulah Johnson,
896 NE CactusAvenue
Lee, Florida 32059


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

IN RE: The Estate of
EDWARD FELTON ALMAND, SR. PROBATE DIVISION
Deceased. Case Number: 2006-81-CP

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION .

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN'SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration of the estate of EDWARD FELTON-
ALMAND, SR., deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is the Madison County Clerk of Court, Post Office Box
237 Madison, Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands against the estate are required, WITHIN THREE -
CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the above styled court a written statement of any claim or demand they
tmay have. Each claim must be in writing and must indicate the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or attorney, and the amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will beome due shall be stated. If the claim is contingent or unliquidated,
the nature of the uncertainty shall be stated. .If the claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk
to mail one (1) copy to the personal representative.
All persons interested in the estate to whom a copy of this Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATEOF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file any objections they may have that challenge
the qualifications of the personal representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL.BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication oftthis Notice of Administration: August 11, 2006.
Cary A. Hardee, II
Post Office Drawer 450 .. FRANCES GERALDINE ALMAND
Madison, Florida 32341 Personal Representative
Telephone: (950) 973-4007 4710 Heath Avenue .
Facsimile: (850) 973-8495 Tampa, Florida 33424
Florida Bar No.: 133856
Attorney for the Personal Representative .
S8/11,8/18 -


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and red in color and is a small dog.
Stop in and see, you will love her;

.... CATS -

2592- Millie is a White and Black
Tabby, .with medium length fur.
She is 3 years old and would love a.
good hori.e.
2733 SN lia is a spayed, Gray and
"white Tabby. She is 2.+ years old.-
Ts a very lo\ ing cat. / -
* 2807 Trigger is a Tabby, has been
neutered and is 3 years old. This is
a very lovable cat. And is waiting
to go home ssith someone.
2808 Coco This year arid a half
old spayed female, Orange, Cabco
is ready to be Adopted. .
.2812 Ivan a black and White fix
male. Is 16 months old and is \ery-
.friiendlyl-
We ha\e kittens too. So come in
and look around. I am sure you w-ill
find snhat \ou are looking for.

I'm sure if you came in and
looked around you would find the
right animal for you. Come gise it
a trN!

We always need people to hold.
pet, lo\e, hold and walk animals so
if %ou can.t adopt \ou can always
come help in man) other says.

We have man\ more kittens and
cats that are spayed or neutered.
Stormed. feline leukemia tested.
rjbies shots. The Sussannee Valley
Humane Society Depends on adop-
tions for AVAILABLE SPACE.
ADOPTION FEES ARE $5000
shich INCLUDES. spay/neuter.
rabies, boosters, deworming. fe-
line lek/heartworm testing .WE
ALSO OFFER OPTIONAL NI-
CRO-CHIPPING WHEN YOLi
ADOPT FOR $10.00 MORE.


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 -LARLEY DAVID-
SON ON THEM.LOST AROUND
ST.RD.6 IN HAMILTON COUN-
'TY.IF 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 DI-
VISION.[F FOUND CALL 850-
973-3750.
FOUND:PURE BREED MALE
COLLIE TAN AND \WHITE
VERY MATTED FOUND ON
HWY 90 4 MILES OUT OF
IMADISON.IF YOURS CALL
850-973-8117.
LOST : FEMALE LAB! MIX
BLACK/WITH SPECKLED
FEET NAMED PEE-WEE S50-
971-7276
LOST SPENCER A JACK RUS-
SELL BROWN / WHITE
NEUTERED MALE. BROWN
SPOTS AROUND EYES. BARKS
A LOT BUT. IS FRIENDLY
CALL : 850-971-5635 OR 229-
740-2260
LOST: MIX BREED REDDISH -
BROWN FIXED FEMALE
NAMED ABBYGAIL [.ABBY ].
HAS FADED RED COLLAR,
LOVES TO PLAY AND TALKS A
LOT. 386-330-5164 OR 368-209-
0945 OR 368-209-0946

Please Come See Us
.-. --9-


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUlANT TO CHAPTER 83. PART IV

Under the Authorit) of the Sell-Sen icing Storage Facilit. Act, Section 83.805 the de-
scribed below has been seized for nonpa}ment of rent and other accrued expenses. Prop-
erqr consists primarily) of household goods in units rented by: Delores Akins, Shaquan-
dra Dasis, Constance D. Johnson and Ian Johnson. The property) %ill be sold at auction
to the highest bidder as pros ided b) the Self-Storage Facility Act. Section 83.806. The sale
will be held Saturda), August 19, 2006 at 9:00 A.M.. at the Madison Mini Storage, 1098
East Li. S. 90. in Madison, Florida. For further information call 971-5744.
8/9 8/11
>v9,/n -- -- ------

NOTICEOF BUDGET WORKSHOP
CITI COMMISSION
MADISON. FLORIDA

The Cit Commission of the Citi of Madison. Florida will hate a fiscal )ear 2006/20074
budget workshop on Tuesday. August 22, 2006 al 5:30 p.m. in City Hall.

An) person who decides to appeal an) decision made b) the Commission with respect Io
an) matter considered of such meeting dli need a record of the proceedings, and that for
such purpose, he or she ma) need to insure that a %erbatim record of the proceedings is
made. w which record includes ihe ltstimonN and es idente upon which the appeal is based.
18/11
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_ _. . ___. . ... .._

i BID NOTICE


Notice is herb. gisen that the Board of Count) Commissioners of Madison Count).

Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following:
Replacement of the Roof on Precinct II1 voting Building--Bid FY 2006-06


Sealed bids ma) be ubmititd tothe Board of Count) Commissioners b) depositing same
with Mr. Allen Cherri Count) Coordinator. at his office in the Madison County Court-
house Anne., Room 219. 229 S.1 'Pincknes Street. Madison. Florida 32340 or Post Office
Bou 539, Madison. Florida 32341. amntime prior to 5:00 p.m. on Monda}. Augusl 28,1
2001)6. ANY BID RECEflED AFTER SUCH DA.TE \NT) 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 % COPY OF THE VENDOR'S CERTIFIED STATE CON-
TRACTOR LICENSE OR PROVIDE A STATE REGISTRATION TO BE CONSID-
ERED FOR A\,A RD.

The County reserne the right to reject anm and all bids for an% or no reason and waise I
an) technical defects in the bid process that do not affect the substance of the bid. i

Bids %ill be opened at 9:u0 a.m on Tuesday, August 29. 2006 after which, all bids gill be
Smailable for public inspection. liard by the Board of Count) Commissioners is sched-
1 uled for %tcdnesda. September 6, 2006 and all vendors will be notified in writing of the
successful bidder.

'd4.'8/9.' 8/I

8- -----------------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRtCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2006-67-CP

IN RE. ESTATEOF i .

MURREL NOLAN JOHNSON
a/kl/aMurrell N. Johnson
S. Deceased.

SNOTCET'OCRPDiTORS

The admnumusnlonnol theestate of MURREL NOLAN JOHNSON, deceased, whose
date of death was June 12. 2,0F6, is pendmg im the Circuit Coun for Madison County, Florida,
ProbateDivision,File Number 20(6-t: CP, the rnamesandaddresseisofthe personalrepresentative
and the personal represritause's attorney re set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and otherpersons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and who have been
served a copy of thi notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICEON
THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands
agamst the decedent's estate, includmg unnatured, contingent or unhquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALI; CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIMS FILED TWO( 2) YEARSOR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DAITEOF DEATH
IS BARRED.
THE DATE OFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOF THIS NOTICES Augiut4,2006.


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