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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Creation Date: August 18, 2006
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Our 141st Year, Number 50 Friday, August 18, 2006 Madison, Florida 32340


Health Secretary Issues
Florida Department of ed positive for marijuana dur-
lealth (DOH) Secretar MNI. ing her probation period.
Zony Frang0ois. M.D.. "Licensed osteopathic
M.S.P.H., Ph.D., has issued an physicians must adhere to all
emergency' suspension order rules and established stan-
ESO) for Julie' Schindler, dards," Frangois said. "Dr.
).O., an osteopathic physician Schindler's illegitimate use of
n Madison. The ESO is in re- marijuana demonstrates poor
ponse to Schindler's employ- judgment and a lack of respect
e drug screening, which test- for practices in osteopathic


WOULDYOU

THROWAWAY


$1,000??

OF COURSE NOT!!!!
You were sent a letter last
month to sign up for FREE
academic tutoring help for.
your eligible studentss.
A stamped, self-addressed
envelope was included with
the letter for your mailing con-
venience.
Please see $1,000, Page 2A

UPCOMING
EVENTS
Dave Galbraith
Football Organizational
Meeting Planned
B13 Janet Shirader
Ctr'em Pirblilhiing. hIc.
An\o'he interested irn
helping organize the football
league this eair should attend
an organizational meeting,
Tuesday. Aug. 22 at 7 p.m.
The rneetin-2 t ill be held :at
Please see Galbraith Foot-
ball. Page 4A
Benefit Dinner For
Crystal Farnell Kidney
Transplant Fund
Set For August 19
B. Jacob Bembrn
Gierni Pu lishin.i /I;c.
Cri\tal Farnell found out
Wednesday August 9-i. that
her nephew. lMichael "GatoJ"
Mclntosh. is a perfect minatch
for her to ha\e .1 kidney
Please see Farnell. Page 4.

Benefit Dinner And
Cake Auction To Raise
Money For Infant
By Jacob Bernbry
Grecui Pit, thshin _. l:.
A benetit chicken and
rice dinner and cake auction
till be held Friday, August
25. for Nlatie Townsend, the
infant daudtier of Kevin and
Chere Townsend. Mattie was
Please see Townsend, Page
4A
Hamburg-Lovett
Fire Department
Hosting Peanut Boil
BN Jacob Bembry
Greene Pbiilishing, Inc.
The PHamburg-Lovett
Volunteer Fire Department
never disappoints the Madi-
son Counr\ comununit\. They
will fiot an annual Peanut
Boil each year. This, year's
Please see Peanut, Page 4A


3 Sections, 38 Pages
Around Madison County 4-7, 8A
Church 11A
Classifieds 6B
Community Calendar 5A
Legals 7B
Outdoors 4-5B
School 2-3B
Sports IB
Way Back When 5A


Emergency Suspension Order For Julie Schindler


Julie Schindler


medicine."
In 'November 2004,
Schindler was 'placed on pro-
bation for a period of two
years based on a Final Order
presented by the Florida
Board of Osteopathic Medi-
cine. In May 2006, Schindler
was randomly selected by her
employer, the Madison Coun-


ty Hospital, to participate in
an employee drug screen. Her
urine specimen tested positive
for the presence of marijuana.
According to hospital policy,
an employee is given the op-
portunity to challenge a posi-
tive drug test result within five
days of the initial report,
which Schindler pursued in


May 2006. At the end of May,
a retest confirmed its finding
that Schindler's urine speci-
men was positive for marijua-
na.
The emergency suspen-
sion order states that Schindler
has revealed an unwillingness
to abide by the rules and laws
Please see Schindler, Page 2A


GARBAGE BURNS


Greene Publishing, Inc. has compiled a
list of questions to ask each candidate run-
ning for political office. The questions are
all different for-County Commission candi-
dates, School Board candidates and candi-
dates running for Supervisor of Elections.
Questions may be picked up at the
Greene Publishing, Inc. office, located off
State Road 53 South in Madison.


The candidates' answers will be run
verbatim in the Wednesday, August 30,
Madison County Carrier.
The last date that candidates can run
their front page advertisement announcing
their candidacy will be Friday, August 25.
The advertising deadline for the Aus-
gust 30th special election issue will be
Monday, August 28, at noon.


Ethan Pickles Finishes Archery Season As ASA
Young Adult Shooter Of The Year Champion
Ethan Pickles, 15 year-
old son of Karen and Troy
Pickles of Madison, finished
the 2006 archery competi-
tion season this past week-
end at Fort Benning's Uchee
Creek Army Campground
and Marina in Columbus,
GA.
The Archery Shooters
Association (ASA) Classic
Championship shoot, spon-
sored by Bill Jordan's Real-
tree, spanned a 4-day period
and, included a Fort Benning .' ,
MWR Benefit Shoot on '
Thursday, Team Shoot on
Friday, and class tournament
shoots on Saturday and Sun- Ethan Pickles
day.
Pickles competes against other boys ranging in age from 15- 17 years in the Young
Adult class. Throughout the 2006 tournament season, Pickles accumulated a total of 2,422
Please see Pickles, Page 4A


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Baccari Shontrez Young
Age: 19
Date of Birth: 11/7/1986
Race: Black
Hair; Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 5'8" '
Weight: 160 pounds
eMissing from: Madison
lsissing Since: 08/06/2006
Details Baccari Shontrez Young, age, 19,
was last se n on August 6. He was last seen,
driving a 2 04 Toyota Tacoma Extended Cab
Pickup be ng Florida license plate number
X62RZV. has a very close hair cut and is
clean shaven.
Young and his Toyota pickup are entered
into the FCIC and NCIC databases.
If you have details on Young's whereabouts,
please call Deputy Sharon Shadrick at 850-
973-4001.
Madison County Sheriffs Office
Deputy Sharon Shadrick
x973-4001,



Bewa re Of Online Scams
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Wednesday, August 16, along time resident, Roy Hibbs,
received a disturbing e-mail.
The e-mail was titled, "Alert!!! Your Online Banking Has
Been Suspended."
Hibbs was startled by the e-mail so he called his local bank,
Bank Of America. Dani Mays of Bank of America informed him
that the bank had no information about the e-mail and.that they
are not sending them out.
Please disregard these false e-mails. If you receive them,
please contact your personal bank and consult them for further
information.

Lee Town Council

Takes Care Of Business
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lee Town Council took care of business at its Tuesday,
August 1, meeting.
The resignation of Matt Dietz from the town's Planning and
Zoning Board was tabled until the next meeting.
A proposal for inspection of groundwater storage tanks by
Jones-Edmunds and Associates was approved.
The Council approved a $10,000 grant from the Department
of Community Affairs to bring the Low Density Requirements
Please see Lee Town Council, Page 2A

The Remote Guide


Is Better Than Ever!
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Your Remote Guide is new and improved and better than
ever!
You, our readers, have responded and let us know that they
enjoy The Remote Guide in each week's Madison Enterprise-
Recorder. You also answered a survey and let us know what you
liked the best. We have put a lot of work into the "new and im-
proved" Remote Guide and think you will find it extrodionary.
We now offer even mqre listings in The Remote Guide and
Please see Remote Guide, Page 2A








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(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 16. 2006)
According to fire reports, a driver for the City of Perry, hauling a load of
- garbage to the Aucilla Regional Area Landfill, noticed tlht the trash on the
back of his truck had caught on fire while traveling on Highway 221, south of
Greenville. He dumped the load off his flatbed truck into the parking lot of the
old Thompson BP Station in Greenville. Firefighters from Madison and
Greenville responded to the scene to extinguish the blaze. A Department of
Transportation worker is shown shoveling up the garbage to load it onto an-
other truck.

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To Pose To Political Candidates
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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, August 18, 2006


Jacob's Ladder

Jacob Bembry :
Columnist


Getting Trash-Canned On

The Roadside Of Life

When I went to school, we did not participate in the rite of
"trash-canning." My niece, Shannan Leutner, told, me that she
feared being "trash-canned" on her first day of middle school in
Wakulla County this past Monday. The only thing, that happened
to her, however, was as she walked down the halls, some seventh'
graders who had attended Medart Elementary with her had seen.
her and some of her friends and commented condescendingly,,
"Oooh. Look at the sixth graders. They're so cute!"
Now, I must say that I don't know what "trash-canning" is.
I think it has something to do with either a trash can being placed
on your head or being thrown into a trash can. Shannan and her
fellow students were assured by the teachers that no one would
be "trash-canned" thai day. Shannan has red. hair, blue eyes and
my father's fiery temper. If she had gotten "trash-canned," then
trouble would have brewed over in "Will Kill Ya" (Wak.ulla)
County.
Once again, I don't know what "trash-canning" is. I do
know what "white trash" is. You don't have to be poor to be
white trash. One of my friends' said, "Paris Hilton and Pamela'
Anderson are proof of that."
At times, I get down on myself and consider myself "poor
white trash." God doesn't make trash and my parents didn't
make trash. I am the son of Bobby and Louella Bembry and the
blood-bought son of God through the ransom paid by His Son,
Jesus Christ.
I can also look around and see the friends I ha\"'. Some of
them have reputations that are sterling and others ma\ ha'e sor-
did reputations. Some of them are friendly to everyone the\,
meet. Others are grumpy on the outside, but somehow l"' ve man-
aged to scratch the surface and get to their armn interiors. Some.
of them may even be called "white trash,"' but it just isn't so. I
love them and they are my friends.
I dreamed the other night that a friend had died. It was one
of the worst feelings I had ever had, both in the dream and upon
waking. Had I ever done anything to hurt my friend? Had I ever
told them about Jesus? I do know that I have prayed for them
and, sometimes, that's all that you can do.
I walk through life, getting "trash-canned" (figuratively) al-
most every day..My skin has become thicker and thicker because
it has to, in order for me to survive. When it happens, I think of
all the good friends that I have and the opportunities that God
has given me to prove my friendship, and love for them. ..
" "'he rest 'of;fle ord ma\ look at me as "whitftrAh" or nmy
friends as "white trash," but I know better because I know Jesus.


$1,000


cont from page IA


WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE FREE TUTORING (SES)?
Free tutoring MAY be available for your child/children if he
or she:
1. Receives Free/Reduced-Price Lunch, and
2. Attends one of. the following Title 1 Schools in 2006-07:


*Greenville Elementary
*Madison County Central
*Pinetta Elementary School


School
School,


HOW DO I SIGN MY CHILD/CHILDREN UP????
1. Return the Choice SES Form that you received in the mail
last month by mail to the address below; or
2. Stop by the School Board Office and complete a new
form.
For more information, call Gwendolyn T. Hubbard at: 973-
5022, Ext. 225
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GET HELP FOR.
YOUR CHILD/CHILDREN!!!


City Commissioners Should
Rescind Salary Increase
Attending the last Madison City Commisision meeting to see
for myself what all the uproar about the commissioners' salary was
about, I was taken aback at the incoherence and hostility of the pro-
ceedings. The Smithfield plant closure is going to put a huge .dent
in the City's budget. Yet, the city has fiscal obligations that it has to
meet. The money has to; come from somewhere, and with nary a
grant in sight, it looks like it will be city residents in the form of in-
creased city fees. At,that point, the city commissioners decided to
vote themselves a raise, escalating automatically by being tied to
the County Commissioners' salary, which is set in Tallahassee.
They must think they are in Congress. At that point, Buddy
McWilliams and Tom Tuckey began circulating a petition to have
the commissioners rescind the raise they voted themselves. At the
meeting, Tom Tuckey first thanked the commissioners for the fine
job and valuable service they have provided the city. He then ad-
dressed the commissioners about the issue at hand -. the raise -. and
pointed out that, at the very least, it was a bad time for it, %% hat with
the money crunch, That's when it got sport)
Mayor McGhee told him that it \\ as onl\ ten thousand dollars.
At least, that's what sticks in mi, mind I %\asI thinking to in self,
Mayor, you have been there too long if youi think about $ 10.000 as
"only." The hostility between the mayor, and the citr manager is
palpable. Commissioner Stinle\ told Tom Tucke' that he "took it
personally" after someone knocked on a family member's door
about the petition. That was pretty crazed. Tom asked the mayor
about comparing the commissioners' salary .structure to other com,-
prable towns. That query 'was sumnuril dismissed. You would d
think that in a time of financial meltdown, the commissioners
would behave responsible. The\ ,liould nol only gie back the,
raise, they should forgoe the salary altogether donate it back to
town until this storm has been gathereded. That would siho\\ a lot
of civic duty to me, and that is %\\h\. after all, the are there. And,
like the ma1or said. "it is only $10.000.'" The next meeting of
the commission is September 12. and I think that most citi residents
will be effected b\ % hat goes on there. I signed the petition and plan
to be at the meeting. It ought be a goodun.
S. Sincere
Frank Rathbumrn '


Schindler


cont from page IA


governing osteopathic physicians. An emergency suspension or-
der prevents Schindler from practicing as a ph\ sician in Florida
until final action is taken by the Florida Board of Osteopathic
Medicine... .
The mission of DOH's Division of Medical Quality Assur-
ance (MQA) is to protect and promote the health of all persons in
Florida by. diligently regulating health.care practitioners and fa-
cilities. MQA, in conjunction with 22 boards and s4x councils,
regulates six types of facilities and more than 40 health care pro-
fessions MNQA evaluates the credentials of all applicants fotli'-
ceisu~e, issues lice nse. Aipalygzs and investigates complaints, in-
spects facilities, assists in prosecuting practice act violations,
combats unlicensed activity and provides credential and disci-
pline history about licensees to the public. For additional .infor-
mation, visit the Department of Health Web site at
www.doh.state.fl.us and select-Med-
ical Quality Assurance from the drop box.


Remote Guide


cont from page IA


they are now divided into local broadcast channels, as well as ca-
ble news, family, sports, variety and,movie channels.
Highlights of each days programming are included on the
sidebars of each page of The Remote. Guide. From Trading Spaces
on TLC to the what's happening on Cops on the Fox Channel, you
can now stay informed with a brief synopses of each show.
The Remote Guide is more than just TV listings, to the read-
er. It is an entertaining weekly source of fun, and information.
Inside each addition you will find such things as The Creative
Cook, Beauty Tips, Golf Tips, a Sports Challenge, Home Handy-
man Tips, a crossword puzzle, movie listings, Senior Savvy, Me-
chanic's Corner, Pet Corner, Computer Guru, Daytime Re-caps,
comic strips, and many puzzles and games.
Look inside today's issue of your Enterprise-Recorder for
your copy of The Remote Guide.


inger ar
Ginger Jarvis



A Gift To Remember For A Lifetime
How could a gift be so e\actly right' I don't know the how,
but I do know that it was exactly right, that is. Here's how it
came abput.
The Kid and his girlfriend were among the crowd assembled
at my house for Thanksgiving. During the weekend, Bonnie
asked. "What can I give Don for Christmas?"
At the time, I was showing her around the house. I led her
on a sharp u-turn and to a nearby closet. On the shelfsat a stack
of record albums -.all the same record. The albums had been
there for years. About 30 years. The record was one that the
Road Runner, his sister, my brother, my sister, and I had made in
the early 70s. We ordered 2,000, paid for the studio and the en-
gineer, and dispersed to sell the records. We sold a pile of them,
but my mother always kept some spares in her closet. I told
Bonnie, "Find a place .in Savannah that can turn records into
CDs and give him this. He will think you are wonderful."
.So she did. Onl) the company that did the work gave her a
deal of three CDs for a good price. So Don got one, the Road
Runner's widow got one, and I got one. Delighted? That is an in-
adequate word for what I felt. That album had been one of my
treasures through the years, but record-players are rare animals
these, days, Besides, my copy was all scratched up.
I didn't tell my mother what Bonnie gave me. I took a CD
player into her nursing- home room and started itup. She heard
us singing and the tears began rolling down her cheeks. Ah,
those memories' I am so pleased to have it to play for her and
for me'.
li sten to it often; and play it for my friends. If I do say so
mr self. "e made a pretty good album. It's a grouping of reli-
gious songs,. some that \\e stole, and some that we wrote our-
selves. Mike sings the lead on most of them, but Susan, Mira,.
and Betsy get a shot at a good part. and I play the piano through-
out. We also used guitar, bells, drums, and harmonica.
That little suggestion of a gift for my son turned out beauti-
fully. I ma\ have to go into the suggestion-business to help oth-
er folks out at gift-giving times. Still, I'm not sure anyone could
be as pleased with any gift as I was with this one.
Drop by the house on Little Cat Road and I'll put on "'Mike
Jarvis and Fanmily." Youi can hear "Broken Pieces," "Tis So
Sweet," and "Leave It to Him." We'll have coffee and sing along
on some of the.tunes. .
I'll be glad to show off my special gift to you. Maybe, just
maybe, you'll receive such a gift in your lifetime.


Lee Town Council


con~t firoTpage.1IA,


in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan up to requirements.
The town received a grant from the Suwannee River Water
Management District for computer software and hardware that
will provide flood plain topographical information for construc-
tion of water lines. The value for the hardware itself is $5,5000.
Town Manager Cheryl Archambault presented information
on the cost of paving Magnolia, Lesleywod and Chicopee
Streets, along with Pine Trace subdivision.


Peanut


cont from page IA


Peanut Boil is scheduled for Saturday, August 26, beginning at
5 p.m.
The Peanut Boil will also feature a cake auction and a chick-
en and rice supper. The cost for each supper is $5 a plate.
All the free boiled.peanuts you can eat will be available at
the firehouse. If you wish to buy extra, you can buy them by the
bag, bucket or bushel.
Politicians running for office will also be on hand to speak
during the event.
For more information, please call 948-4353 (after 6 p.m.)
The Hamburg-Lovett VFD firehouse is located on Highway
150 North.


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Are you planning on watching the
Are you -planning on watching the


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World Trade Center Movie?

Grace Pemble Lydia Coody
"Yes, I would make an a
"I won't go see it because I
S won't g tc e tempt to watch it because
don't want to cry in the needs to remain current i
needs to remain current i
movie theatres. Although,
our minds that this tragedy
my husband and son will go
my wai , has taken place, therefore
and watch it."
has changed our lifestyles.

Joan Pittman

"I want to go see it. Myfam- Randy Coody
ily will probably go see it.
With all of the recent terror- Yes, I would watch it."
"Yes, I would watch it."
ist threats and attacks,
Americans don't need to let
their guards down."

Herman Cherry
Mel Ruttan
"Yes, I've spent my lif
working in law enforcement
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until I can see it in my own n h eres ofn
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VIEWPOINTS.& OPINIONS


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Trimming Expenses Can

Generate More Money
Feel like you are stretched to the limits with no money at the
end of the month? Take a look at your flexible expenses: those
categories that vary each month. Extension Specialist w ith the
University of Utah recently generated a list of ways to..:trim
spending., Small cuts in several areas of monthly spending are
less painful and easier to adopt than drastically slashing or elm-
inating an expense. Take a look and see if you can adopt a few"
changes.
$ Pack your own lunch, snacks ,and drinks 'for the day. It's
amazing how much money you spend eating out.
$ Reduce spending in each category. Make it a game to try
and cut expenses in each spending category by 5%c or i-10c ith-,
out sacrificing any quality. .
$ Substiute less expensive choices you don't ha'e to buy.
name brands that might carry a hea' ier price tag. ,
S Elinunate unnecessary expenses special cable channels.
lottery tickets, magazine subscriptions, making evrra trips in the
car all add up to extra dollars spent.
$ Break costly habits Smoking, gambling and eating out
every day can be costly. Find other wiays to enjoy life that don't
cost mone.. .
$ Sae money and energy by running electricity-intensile
appliances at night when the rates are low%. Turn out lights %when
you leave a room.
S Delay purchases until you have shopped around for the
best deal.
$ Buy used instead of new. Try estate sales. 'Nard sales, con-
signment shops. etc.
$ Learn to do more things instead of hiring them done. For
example, children's haircuts, home or auto repair, gardening.
.and home remodeling.
$ Use coupons and faithfully bank the savings. One idea:
might be,to use weekly coupon savings to establish a-spedial
sa% ings account for specific financial goals such as a faii-ily va-
cation. holiday shopping or school clothes for children.
Trinuning flexible expenses can help' you save money and
keep your monthly spending in check. The money you sa'e can
be directed to sat ing or paying off debts you owe. For more
ideas on managing money, contact the Madison Count)/IFAS
Extension Ser ice.


Got news i
straight from
the horse's mouth?


We Do.

The Madison County Carrier
& Madison Enterprise Recorder


EARLY VOTING NOTICE
YOU MAY VOTE EARLY IN THE SUPERVISOR OF,
ELECTIONS OFFICE, LOCATED AT 229 SW
PINCKNEY ST., ROOM 113. EARLY VOTING
BEGINS:

MONDAY, AUGUST 21s THRU
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND
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REMEMBER, EACH VOTER MUST PROVIDE
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Flag Folding Ceremony
The h ln2 folding ceremo-


ny represents the same reli-
gious principles on which our
country w\as originally found-
ed. The portion of the flag de-
noting honor is the canton of
blue containing the stars repre-
senting the states our veterans
served in uniform. The canton
field of blue dresses from left
to right and is inverted when
draped as a pall on a casket of
a veteran who has served our
country in uniformnn.
In the Armed Forces of
the United States, at the cere-
mony of retreat the flag is low-
ered, folded in a mangle fold;
and kept under watch h through-
out the night as a tribute to our-
nation's honored dead. The
next morning it'is brought out
and,. at the ceremony of
re eille, rnin aloft as a sy mbol
ofoQur belief in the resurrec-
tion of the body. :.
The first fold of our flag is
a symbol of life.
T. ihe second fold is a sym-
bolof our belief in the eternal
life .
The, third fold is made in
honor and remembrance of the
veteran departing our ranks
who gave a portion of life for
the defense of our country to
attain a peace throughout the
world.
The fourth fold represents
our weaker nature, for as
American citizens trusting in
God. it is to Him x\e turn in
times of peace as well as in
times of war for His divine
guidance.
The fifth fold is a tribute
to our country, for in .the
words of Stephen Decatur.
"Our country, in dealing with
other countries, may she al-
ways be right: but it is still our
country, right or wrong." .
The sixth fold is for where
our, hearts lie. It is with our
Heart that we pledge. alle-
giance to the flag of the Unit-
ed States of America, and to
the republic for which it


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stands. one nation under God.
indivisible, with liberty and
justice for all.
The seventh fold is a trib-
ute to our Anned Forces, for it
is through the Armed Forces
that we protect our country
and our flag against all her en-
emies.' whether they be found
Within or %without the bound-
aries of our republic.
The eighth fold is a tribute
to the one w\ho entered in to
the ialle\ of the shadow of
death, that we might see the
light, of da., "and to honor


Good morning and 'happy birthday. to me'! The glow of a
lo\ ely Tuesday morning shining through the bedroom windowv
awoke us today and %we just lay there for a while and let memo-
ries of the past 87 years remind us that most of them have been
%worthy of being tucked away and brought out often. Though
some have brought sighs and eien tears, more have been re-
membered %with smiles and laughter.
We spent the %weekend with many family members at the
Su% annee River State Park those cabins lea'e nothing to be
desired where most of them took advantage of the %walking
trails and swirn-ming when the% weren't sitting on the wide
screened porches. reminiscing or.going back for more of the
huge and delicious array of food. Sunday w as also son Pat's 60th
birthday and we received lots of nice gifts.
We did feel sorry\ for sons-in-lawt Jack and Charlie and
grandson Mike w\ho carried so man\ boxes and coolers up the
stairs ithe cabins are built on high foundations to protect them
from floods) and then down again %when we left. We beheve
everyone had a great time though. e\en if man\ had to return to
our house to sleep the cabins sleep about eight but most of
them would have missed TV an\ \way. There are neither phones
nor televisions in the cabins.
So ho hum tomorrow w\e begin another year. It can't
possibly hold as many Nworthwhile memories as the past years
have.
We see by the papers that golden wedding congratulations
are due our good Lee neighbors. William and Esther Richter Ill.
We tried several tines to get William on the to\w n council when
there \\as an opening but apparently he didn't want any stones,
thrown at him!
The same congratulations are due our good friends. Jimmy
and Margaret Moncrief. w\ ho celebrated their anniversary w\ ith a
reception in Macedonia's Fellowi ship Hall. We also saw\ this in
the Times Union. We grew iup and \went to school w ith Mar-
garet's mother. Cora Tindall. We also %were married on Aug. 5.
but it was went\ years earlier in 1936!
We see by the papers that Lee resident Allen Cherry is due
congratulations for being finally! named as Madison Coun-
ty Coordinator.
And a belated happy 42nd birthday to Greene Publishing -
,how \would %we know\ all these things if the%, didn't tell us? We're


mother, for whom it flies on not even much good at playing gossip .\e tried it. among oth-
iother's Day. er games. Saturday night.
The ninth fold is a tribute .One thing which the family tried w as 'Thelma Tri' ia' Vic-
to -vomanhood; for.it has been ki wanted everyone to try to remember something different
through their faith, love, loyal- about "Thelma:. Even 'we ad forgotten that we once w rote a
ty and devotion that the char- song and sent it off, hoping Eddie Arnold would sing it. The
acter of the men and %women company we sent it to had a'record made and sent it back but it
who' have made this country wasn't Eddy. Vicki said, 'and1Mama didn't even like it'.
great ha\ e been molded. Leonard and J.anice Miller have been quite busy. lately. They
The tenth fold is; a tribute attended the Florida Rural Water Conference in Daytona Beach,
to father, for he. too,.has given '\ here they acquired lots of information w which \w ill be useful, es-
his sons and daughters for the specially to Leonard, as he takes on more responsibility because
defense of our country since of Mike's shortened hours. Then they went to Tennessee %there
they were first born. they had a great time at that part of the huge State-to-State
The eleventh fold, in the, Garage Sale.
eyes of a Hebrew'citizen, rep- The LVFD garage sale, set for Sept.9, ill be held inside the
resents the lower portion of fire department building. They will appreciate any donations so
the seal of King David and this will be a great opportunity to clean out %our attics, closets
King Solomon. and gloiifies, aid garages for a ver woorthwhile cause.
in their eyes, the GodofAbra- Happy birthday \ ishes i Aug. 16) to Terry McClain and very
ham; Isaac, and Jacob. belated ones' to Abbie Bembry.
The twelfth fold, in the Willie arid Gail Carter had a very good time at Wild Adi en-
eyes of a Christian, citizen, tures recently they enjoyed seeing and listening to Loretta
represents an emblem of eter- Lynn. They were accompanied by family members Keith, Trudy,
nity and glorifies, in their and Anthony.
eyes, God the Father, the Son, Simon and Ernestine Kinsey celebrated 61 years of mar-
and Holy Ghost,. riage on Monday but quietly by going out for lunch. That's
When the flag is corn- really a milestone, many congratulations.
pletely folded. 'or the thir- Please keep on or add to your prayer list the following -
teenth fold, the stars are upper- Charlotte .Johnson, Myrtice Payne, Kathleen Welch, Clara
most. reminding us of our na- Studebaker. Ronnie Payine. the Felton Almand family, the
tional motto, "In, God we George Straw der family, Gail Carter: Weta Johnson. Ella Mae
Trust." 'Williams and Johnny, and Eloise Rutherford (we did not know


After the flag is complete-
ly folded and tucked in, it
takes on the appearance of a
cocked hat, ever reminding us
of the soldiers who served un-,
der General George Washing-
ton and the sailors and marines
\\ho served under Captain
John Paul Jones who were fol-
lowed by their comrades and
slhipmates in the Armed Forces
of the United States, preserv-
i ng for us the rights, privi-
leges, and freedoms we enjoy
today.


how seriously ill she had been until recently).
And now we are going to celebrate our birthday by partak-
ing of leftover chicken, salad and cake while sitting in dur re-
cliner in peace and quiet! Hopefully, we'llmeet with you again
soon. We hope your week has been great!

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transplant and they will meet A benefit dinner for the
with doctors to set a date for a Crystal Famell Kidney Trans-
Wednesday in September for plant Fund will be held Satur-
the transplant to be performed. day, August 19, from 5-8 p.m. at

Townsend cont from page IA
born with a cleft lip.
The cost of the dinners is $5 each and they may be picked
up at the Four Freedoms Park Gazebo in Madison on August 25
from 5-6'p.m. The cake auction will follow, beginning at 6 p.m.
The money raised will help Mattie's parents with their trav-
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 N legan Townsend.
Please help Tammy Fletcher. and Becky Driggers, who are
coordinating the event with their goal of selling as many dinners
and as many cakes as possible.
For more information, please call Tammy at 973-6256 or
Becky at 929-4982.
The family wishes to thank everyone for their prayers and
support.


Pickles


the Lee /Elementary School
cafeteria. Everyone is invited to
come out and enjoy an evening
of fun and great gospel and
bluegrass music.
For a $5 donation, people
can eat-in or take their food out.
The McCormick Family,
Kirk Pittman, the Echols Coun-
ty Travelers and Tania
Williams, and others will per-
form music during the dinner.
Tickets for the event will
be $5 each. There will be a big-
prize raffle ticket sale and draw-
ing. You do not need to .be pre-
sent towing. Raffle items include
a Remington 12-gauge 870


pump shotgun; a Ruger .22 au-
tomatic rifle; a Knight .50-cal-
iber 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 cer-
tificates 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 qf God.


Two Women Arrested,

For Prostitution


count from page IA


points with a total of 67 12's, which earned him the title of
Shooter of the Year Champion in his class. 'Pickles also won
$168 in contingency prize money which is a percentage of the
total class entry fees.
Pickles competes with a 2006 Constitution Compound-Bow
made bN Bo%% Tech. Pickles is coached by his father, Troy Pick-
les. Both father and son.shoot for Team BowTech. In addition:
to Bow Tech. Pickles shoots for sights'by Extreme Archery, re-
leases by T.R.U.Ball, arrow s b3 Easton, arrow rests for Trophy
Taker, and vanes by Duravanes.
Pickles is in the 10th grade at Madison County High School.
In addition to archerN. Pickles keeps himself busy and enjoys
conditioning and playing for the MCHS Cowboy JV Football
team. hunting, and tinkering on his truck. Pickles is the grand-
son of Joe and Fay e Todd and Leo and Laredo Pickles, all of
Madison.
Now that the 2006 Competition Season has ended, Pickles
will focus on .football and hunting until the 2007 Competition
Season kicks off February 2 4, 2007 in Gainesville, Florida.
Pickles is proudly sponsored by Jimmy Davis of Jimmy
Davis Enterprises.


Galbraith Football


cont from page IA


American General Insurance Compan\. N\V Pickney St. behind
Norris Pharmacy and two door,, dov n from J &,J Sporting
Goods. For more information call Bill) Tolar at 673-7979 or
948-5320.

A custom-built, 16ft. by 7ft. 4in., tandem axle,
7,0001b. capacity trailer for hauling cars was
stolen from 3493 SW Jim Clark Road, on or
around, Sunday, August 6"'. Anyone having any
information about this stolen trailer should
please call the Sheriff's Department at
(8501 973-4001 or Jim Clark at 18501 973-4314.



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Bobby Joe Carver Brandy Lee Colwell
T\ io Lake City women w ere arrested last ,\eek and charged
w ith prostitution after they offered to perform sexual favors for
an undercover detective.
According to the Columbia Count) Sheriff's Office. Brandy
Lee Colw' ell. 23 as charged %\ ith prostitution and le%%dness and
was being held on a $1,000 bond. Bobby Joe Carver, 28, was
charged %\ith prostitution, lewdness and failure to appear. She
was being held without bond due to the secondary charges.
The arrests were made at the Super 8 Motel on State Road 47
at Interstate 75. The women approached the detective at the
pool and asked if he would like "company later on." Later in the
evening, the women went to the room and specifically told the
detective what sexual acts they would perform and how much it
would cost.
"We had information that this type of activity was taking
place at this motel, so we set up an investigation," said Sheriff
Bill Gootee. "This is a crime that I will not turn away from but
instead, work hard to eliminate it in our community."

Three-JuVeniles Arrested

For Grand Theft Auto
Three Lake City juveniles were arrested Wednesday after
they led Columbia County Sheriff's deputies on a slow-speed
pursuit down US Highway 90 and then rammed a deputy's pa-
trol vehicle multiple times.
According to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office, the 15-
year-old driver was charged with grand theft auto, grand theft of
a firearm, fleeing and eluding law enforcement, aggravated bat-
tery on a law enforcement officer, driving without a valid dri-
vers' license and possession of cocaine with intent to sell. The
two 17-year-old passengers were each charged with grand theft
auto.
About 12:30 pm, a man called 911 and told dispatchers he
had reported his vehicle stolen yesterday and he was following
that vehicle down Lake City Avenue. Deputies responded and
the owner pulled over to Jet law enforcement handle the situa-
tion. i
All three juveniles were in the car when the incident started,
but one.got out on Lake City Avenue before the call was made
and a second jumped from the slowed vehicle near the Blake'
School on US Highway 90 West.
After the driver refused to stop and intentionally rammed Sgt.
Tim Ball's patrol vehicle several times,' Sgt. Ball conducted a
maneuver and stopped the vehicle.
No one was injured and damage to the Toyota was minimal.
The driver was arrested without incident as were the two other
juveniles involved.
All three were booked into the Columbia County Jail and then
turned over td juvenile authorities in Gainesville.



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8/9/2006
Jimmy Lee Bryant-Bur-
glarN of a structure
Alex Randolph Gior-
dani. Jr.-D.W.L.S. revoked.
or canceled
Anthony Stephen Long,
Sr. -Unknown,
Dennis Jesus Larosa-
Writ of bodily attachment
8/10/2006
Ferline Eugene Austin-
Domestic iolence/battery
Richkrd Desha%\n Jenk-
ins-u-rmed robbery
8/11/2006
Raymond Edward
Reynolds-Lewld and lascivi-
ous act'
Charles Alton Medders,
Jr.-V.O"P.
Brandon Jamaal Blacks-
hear-Criminal registration
Derek Obryan Barfield-'
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
Danyell Vashaun Davis-
Poss. Cocaine \with intent to
sell
8/12/2006
SMI nor Tomas- Domes-
tic violence/battery
Deidre Latrice. Reed-
Aggravated battery
8/13/2006
Travis Sentell McQuay-,
Poss. Marijuana w/intent to


sell
'George Thomas Caroz-
za, Jr.-D.U.I.
Kenneth M. Placzko\vs-
ki-Battery on a person over
65 Y.O.A., Battery-touch or
strike
Rodney Smith-No valid
or expired drivers license,
obstruction by disguise
Willliam Parramore
Copeland-Worthless checks
Ruben Lee Castro Rub-
V.O.P. countyy
8/14/2006
Alen James Bolen-
V.O.P. (county
Leonardo Cruz Ortega-
Expired tag. no valid or ex-
pired drivers license
Cle\eland Blackshear-
D.W.L.S. revoked or can-
celed
Joseph William Bailey-
Failure to appear-arraign-
ment
Darren Laron White-
V.O.P.i circuit i
8/15/2006
Steve Eugene Moir-
V.O.P. (circuit)
Jenissa Hemiandez- 'Fail-
ure to appear-arraignment
Clifford Irvin McCray-
V.O.P. 'couint j
Thomas David Daugh-
try- BatterN-touch or strike


Polk County Man Arrested For

Possession Of Child Pornography
Attorney\ General Charlie Crist today\ announced the arrest
pf a Polk County man on multiple charges of possession of child
iornography. Jseph B1ass ,\as arrested last night aftei in\esu-
gators conducting an investigation through the internet located
his collection iof pornographic videos of children.
Bass, 61, had the pornographic images on his computers,
where they were discovered by an internet investigator with
Crist's Child Predator CyberCrime Unit. The investigator %%as
able to trace the images back to Bass's pre\ ious Lee County res-
idence. Investigators then tracked Bass to his new Polk county
residence and obtained a full confession regarding the child
pornography. Bass was arrested by officers with Crist's Child
Predator CyberCrime Unit and other law enforcement agencies.
."Child pornography repeats the horrible sexual abuse of a
child everytime an image is viewed or distributed." said Crist.
"We must remain aggressive in pursuing those who exploit our
children in such a heinous manner."
Law enforcement officers executing a search warrant at
Bass's Bartow residence discovered more than 50 images. of
child pornography on his computers. Many of the images por-
trayed sexual activity with victims as young as infants .and tod-
dlers. The computers were seized and will undergo further
forensic analysis to unearth additional images or videos. Au-
thorities with the FBI Innocent Images Task Force, the Polk
County Sheriff's Office and the Lee County Sheriff's Office as--
sisted with the investigation and arrest.
Bass is currently being held at the Polk County Jail. He is
charged, with 10 counts of possession of child pornography, a
third-degree felony.-'If convicted on all charges, he faces up to 50
years in prison.
The Child Predator CyberCrime Unit's mission is to protect
children from computer-facilitated sexual exploitation. The unit
does this by working cooperatively on a statewide basis with law
enforcement agencies and prosecutors to provide resources and
expertise, while preventing the spread of these crimes through
education and community awareness. Bass's arrest is the 25th
made by officers with the unit since its inception in October
2005. The Child Predator CyberCrime Unit is a member of the
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) of North
Florida.


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MPD Visits Honey's Day Care


To Fingerprint Children


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Itc. .
Madison Police Department Sgt. William Greene visited
Honey's Day Care on Tuesday, August 15, to fingerprint the chil-
dren and to take samples.of their DNA.
The samples were taken and the children "ere fin2erpnntedi
in case they are ever kidnapped or go missing.
The efforts of the MPD to protect the children of Madison
'County began with its "National Night Out" campaign several


weeks ago.
-Several local businesses supported the efforts to protect the
children..These businesses include Greene Publishing. Inc., Cap-
ital City Bank, and the Madison Rotary Club. Police Chief Rick
Davis extends a big "thank \ou" to these'businesses.
Greene stated that "parents can bring their children b\ the Po-
lice Department, located at 310 S\V Rutledge Street. MondaN
through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., and have A fingerprint
worksheet done."


MPD Sgt. William Greene fingerprints Kristal
Joseph. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Jacob Be-
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Miracle Kinsey, Tyson Gillard White and Ashanti
Raiford, left to right, stand in line to get their finger-
prints done and their DNA samples taken. (Greene
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Friday August 17.1956
rA" Edition
Air Conditioning Installed in
Hospital
Five air-conditioning units
S ere installed at Madison. County
NMemorial Hospital this week. The
units %ere placed in the business of-
fice, the emergency room, both the
Smen's and women's wards, and one
private room. .
Madison Closes Market Today
N n NMadisn's bustling tobacco
market closes its '1956 selling season
today. AIgust 17. on a strong. optimistic note, follow -
ing a rather slow% start.
Friday August 19. 1966
Madison Market News
At the Madison Livestock Market Tuesday 3-13
calves and cattle \\ ere sold compared to 175 a -\eek
ago.
She Greenville Lions Club held their regular meet- '
ing at the Woman's Club Monday night. The meeting
began \ ith a roast beef dinner served b\ the Woman's
Club.
B a vote of 24 to 5, members of the Rotarn Club
agreed at their meeting Wednesday to establish a re-
volving fund for. scholarship loans to worth\. need\
young people to attend North Florida Junior College.
Friday August 20. 1976
On Friday August 27. "'Jesus and Cormpan\.." a 40
\oice musical group from Columbus, Ga., will be com-
ing to Pinetta.
The First Baptist Church men's softball team \\on
the championship in the Madison County Church Soft-
ball League tournament on August 9.
Thursday. August 21.
1986
CatherineNl Murph) '+ '
has been selected to lead'
galocizing a bike-a-thon or-
to benefit the Cystic
'Fibrosis Founidation.,
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Tri-County Farnmily Health Care Hosts RHealth



Fair In Honor Of National Health Center Week


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KenMthin it.... Regis. Do Daovis Marie Thigpen, Helen Hudson.
Keand Dann MetJackson were the vendors who participated in the health air that
took place at the Tr County Family Health Care Center in Greenville, With
them is Elizabeth Henstebeck, fourth from the left.


(G ene Publishing. Inc Photo by Jessalyn C ovell, August 9. 2006)
Don PorterfieldChief Financial Officer of North Florida Medical Center,
Inc., Doctor Elizabeth oengstebeck of Tri.County Family Health Care Center
of Greenville,'Ronnie Moore, Madison county commissioner; Linda Donald
son, Center Manager of rCationsiounty Family Health Care Center of Greenville;
and Jeff Anderson, Director of Opemorateions of North Florida MediCal Center,
Inc., left to right, gathered to commemorate riCounty Family Health Care
Center on their outstanding service prolamatvidedn to the Greenville unity
Moore is pictured presenting a proclamation to the group.


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Oni Wednesda\. August 9. the Tri-County',,
Family Health Care Center hosted a health fair*
in honor of National Health Center Week.
The health fair t\as hosted from 2 p.m. 4-
p.m.
The main .purpose of the health fair t\ as to fea-
ture free health screenings and a tour of their
facility to help demonstrate the vital role of
community health centers.
The' endorse \% hoo \ ere present at the health
fair included were Ken Methmin. Eve Savers.
Mitzi Register and Debbie Davis, Radiology
Associates of Tallahassee; Marie Thigpen and
Helen Hudson, Tri County:Family Health Care;
and Danny Jackson, Jackson's Drug Store of
Greenville.
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'On Frida.N Aueust 25,
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For The Stars.
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The spectacular event -. .u-, |
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p.m. f ute
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tion, or if you would like to
participate, please contact
Activities Director, Diane
Sullivan at 948-4601.



A Special

Day Is On '

Its Way
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Pine Lake Nurs-
ing Home will be celebrat-
ing their thirty-seven years
of providing a home on
Saturday, September 16.
The staff and residents
will be celebrating by
holding carnival games
outside for the Greenville
and Madison community,
family and friends. On l
The Pine Lake Nurs-
ing Home staff is planning By Jessal
on games for prizes, cake GreeneB P
walks, balloons, popcorn On T
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tion of Nauonal Health Center \Veek 2006 that
took place on August 6-12. The celebration %was
to recognize the fortieth year of achievements
and caring ser ice that community) health cen-
ters have pro\ ided to residents.
Tri-Count) Farmly Health Care is one of
eight ser ice sites of North Florida Medical
Centers. Inc.. in the comninunities of Greenm ille.
Eastpoint. Panacea. We%%ahitchka. Quinc\.
Ma)o. Cross City and Perrn. Tn-Counni Fami-
ly Health Care saw 'in excess of 4100 patients
last year. most of %who rely on Medicaid or
Medicare, or have no insurance at all.
.Ronnie Moore. Madison Countr Coniis-
sioner, presented a proclamation from the
Madison County Board of County Commis-
sioners honoring National Health Center Week
to Doctor Elizabeth' Hengstebeck and Linda
,Donaldson, Center Manager.


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Greene Publishing, Inc.
Golden Leaf Earth Works
has just recently bought plenty
of new equipment to expand


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There are an outstanding 17 students who make up the Christian Heritage
Academy school. Front row, pictured left to right are, Cedrick Jones, Nicole How-
ell, Allen Martin, Yolanda Kersey, Alexis Kersey and Tyler Howell. Middle row, pic-
tured left to right are, Kyle Bailey, Brandon Bailey and Riley Herndon. Back row,
pictured left to right are, Garrett Allen Barlow, Timothy Bellamy, Chase Roland, Brit-
tany Bailey, Dillion McDonald, Kirsten Bailey, Haley Roland and Kelli Allen Barlow.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, August 16, 2006)
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Monday, August 14, school began
for the neof i3 opened Christian Heritage h
Academy in Gieenville. .
The school offers all grades from K-12
through twelfth grades.
The class size limit is 15 students per
class.
As of the 2006-2007 school year, there
is a kindergarten class and three other
classes within the school.
There are 17 students currently en -
rolled in the school. Ned Bailey stated.
"There is tremendous room for growth in
our school for next school year and the
years to come."
Every Wednesday, Christian Heritage
Academy offers Chapel to their students. Janet and Jeff Bailey, pictured left to
On Wednesday, August 16, Greg Ra- right, dnjoy taking time out of the school day
gans, pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church, to visit with their daughter, Brittany Bailey,
visited with the staff and students of the front. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jes-
school to help deliver a powerful sermon. salyn Covell, August 16, 2006)
Ragans brought his newly designed
school bus that came all the way from Virginia to help present a bold student's sermon.
In Matthew 9:36, Ragans stated that the bus is to help Christians "Move with compassion."
Altogether, the chapel went wonderful and really helped Christian Heritage Students get on the
move to compassionately show their love for Christ.




By Jessalyn Covell
How do you like being a student at Christian Heritage.
Academy and what is your favorite thing about the school?


their well-known business.
The business has been
around for years, but now
there is more equipment that
offers every farmer in Madison
County and the surrounding
areas all that they need.
Golden Leaf Earth Works
is located at 864 North West
US 221 in Greenville.
The owners of Golden
Leaf Earth Works are Joe and
Kim Reams.
Joe Reams has been a
life-long resident of Madison
County.
The Reamses have come
from a long line of successful
tobacco farmers, seven gen-
erations, in fact.,
Approximately two years
ago, their tobacco quota was
bought out, and they are
making the transition into ex-
panding their business.
Golden Leaf Earth Works
offers digging ponds, land
clearing, demolition, hauling,
site preparation, road work.
Also, the Reamses pro-
vide free estimates and con-
sulation.
Additionally, Reams is
the owner of Golden Leaf
Plantation, where he offers
the finest Quail Hunting
around. Reams offers other
game, as well and a hunting


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Owners of Golden Leaf Earth Works, Kim and Joe
Reams, pictured left to right, have just added new
equipment to their newly-expanded business. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, August 16,
2006)
experience of a lifetime, with them at their newly ex-
The Reamses would like panded and equipped busi-
to invite all of their friends ness.
and family in Greenville, For further information,
Madison and the surrounding please contact Joe Reams at
areas to stop by and visit 948-7891 or 973-7135.


Tyler Howell

"I like it because my grand-
ma teaches science here."




Kelli Allen Barlow

"It's good. My favorite sub-
jects are history and Bible."


Kirsten Bailey


"It's good, I really like
chapel."


Chase Roland

"School is good; I like all of
my classes."


Timothy Bellamy


"It is fun. History and RE.
are my favorite classes."


Brandon Bailey


"It's good. Math's my fa-
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Friday, August 18, 2006


Rotary Club


Talks About Football


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Wednesday, August
16, the Madison County Ro-
tary Club held their monthly
meeting and luncheon.
There was an outstanding
show of approximately 50
members present.
In the beginning of the
meeting and luncheon, past
Rotary president, Phil Heard,
honored Ernest Page, a faith-
ful member of the Rotary
Club, who passed away in
July. His wife, Bunny Page,
son, Ernest Page, III and his
wife, Marguerite, were pre-
sent at the meeting. Ernest
Page is missed by not only
Rotary members, but also all
of Madison.
Jargo Clark -stated, "We
had a.great time, together and
we will see each other again
in Heaven."
The guest speaker for the
Rotary Club was Bobby Scott
of North Florida Community
College. He is also the voice
of the Wild Cats.
He spoke about college
football and focused his pre-
sentation of three favorites in
college football: Florida State
Seminoles (FSU), Florida


Gators (UF) and the Georgia
Bulldogs UGA).
Scott spoke of FSU and
how they will have a "not so
tough" schedule, with games
such as Miami, Boston Col-
lege, Maryland, University of
Florida and more. The hardest
game for FSU will be Miami,
which is known to be one of
the biggest rivalries in college
football. -
He stated, "'De'eloping
offensive weapons is a must'
for FSU to succeed in their
games."
FSU, has talented crew,
but consistency is a big need
for the 'Noles.
Then, Scott talked about


the game of the Gators. The
Gators will have one of the
toughest schedules in the
Southeastern Conference and
one of the hardest schedules
in the country.
This year, Florida is look-
ing to take on Southern Mis-
sissippi, which is never an
easy game. Also, the Gators
will have to take on Central
Florida, Kentucky, BAMA,
LSU, Auburn, Georgia,
Vandy, South Carolina, FSU
and more.
. Last year, the Gators went
9-3 and will have to work
hard to come out on top of
such a difficult schedule.
Scott informed Rotary


Rotary Club President, Nancy Petersen welcomed
guest speaker of the day, Bobby Scott to talk about
predictions in the upcoming college football season.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, Au-
gust 16, 2006)


members that the Gators need
to pump up their running
game, stick with their, better
quarterback, "T-Bo" and fill
in the holes on the offensive
line.
Last, but not least, Scott
talked about his favorite'team,
the Georgia Dawgs.
This football season',
UGA will be facing a fairly
easy schedule, such as Ten-
nessee, Vandy, Mississippi,,
Florida, Kentucky,' Auburn
and more.
Last year, Georgia -went
10-3,'andunforrunatel1 lost to
West Virginia in the Sugar
Bowl by three points. The fi-
nal score was 38-35.
In! order for Georgia to
complete the upcoming sea-
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right is Phil Heard, Ernie Page IIIll, unnie Page, and Marguerite Page. (Greene Pub-
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develop capable receivers.
The team has i\ t quarter-
backs, Joe Terishinski and
newly recruited Michael
Stafford, who has an incredi-
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The Dawgs hate plenty
of young talent and there is
much room for potential.
Additionally, the kicking
game is one of Georgia's
many strengths and Head
Coach, Mark Richt, is known
for his great recruiting skills.
Also, Scott talked about
how Georgia needs to watch
out for injuries, and the
coaching :staff needing to
.keep their players healthy.
After Qi\ ing his presenta-
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his predictions: Scott made
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one Madison resident loves to
hear...lie has a strong feeling
that the Madison Cowboys
will be heading to state this
upcoming year.
Further, all of the Rotary
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AHCA Conducts Unannounced Inspection

At Madison County Memorial Hospital

Home Health Agency

By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Tuesday, July 25
through Wednesday, July 26 Mad S C"
the Madison County Memoni-
al Hospital (MCMH) Home !~'ilo l H,:II.spil I
Health Agency was visited by
the Agency for Health Care
Administration (.HCA). ,.5 b
.Lake Park Of' 'fil
-Madison.
Appoints Castillo
As New Human
Resources
Director


Sandra Castillo
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publi.hini i. Inc.
Sandra Castillo has just.
been appointed the new Hu-,
man Resources Director for
the Lake Park of Madison
Nursing Home.
She was highly eligible for
the position since receiving her
bachelors in'Psychology at the
University of Tennessee.
Also, she is well experi-
enced within the field of hu-
man resources due to being the
Training Coordinator for the
Clay County Sheriffs Office
and was part of the Human Re-
source team there in Orange
County too.
She decided to take on the
role as Human Resources Di-
rector because it has alh a\ s
been her specialty, on the job
training and education.
Castillo's responsibilities
include hiring personnel. mak-
ing the necessary training
arrangements, finding lesson
plans to train with,, employ-
ment verifications,, maintain-
ing all of the employees files
and more.
Although, her main re-
sponsibilities include hiring
good employees and making
sure they receive the proper
training for their particular po-
sition.
Currently, she is inter-
viewing for the Certified Nurs-
ing Assistant's class that will
be taking place in the fall at the
Lake Park of Madison Nursing
Home.
Castillo stated, "Like the
people that work here at Lake
Park, there is room for
progress and it is a great en% i-
ronment to be around."
In the future, she \ ill be
modifying some of the train ing
techniques, involving the team
building training.
Additionally, she t ill be
offering more human dilersiti
training.
Castillo and her familN re-
side in Quitman, Georgia Her
family includes her parents,
two brothers, one sister. three
children: Crystal, Paul and
Robert,' and four grandchil-
dren.
In her spare time. she en-
joys jet skiing, being on the
lake or hanging out at the
beach, gardening and spending
time with her family.
Castillo commented.
"Everyone in Madison are
very friendly and all of the
staff at the Lake Park of MNadi-
son make everyone feel right
at home; whether you're an
employee or a resident "


The staff at Madison County Memorial Hospital Home Health passed the State
of Florida's unannounced rectification and licensure survey with no citations. Pic-
tured left to right are: Isaac Newsome, Ola Fudge, Reffletta Alexander, Tammy
Stevens, Renee Hunter, Denise Brown, Joann Collins and Joan Williamson. Not pic-
tured is Melissa Nash. (Photo submitted by Dense Brown)


Although. the visit was.
unexpected and altogether was.
an unannounced recertifica-
tiori and licensure survey, it
went \en well.
The facility \\as found in.
compliance with all related
regulations and there were no
citations issued as a result of
the survey.
During exit interview,
surtve.ors were very compli-
mentary of all MCMH Home
Health Agency employ ees: all
appeared to be experienced.
The patients' interviewed


by the surie\ors %\ere compli-;
mentary of the staff and \\ere
extremely pleased \\ith all ser-,
Sices being pro\ ided.
The Madison County
Memorial Hospital Home
Health Agenc\ is %ery pleased
to be recognized for all of
their hard work and dedication
to the Madison community.
The. team offers different
services to the community
such as skilled nursing, home
health aides and phy sical ther-
apy.
The staff of the Madison


,Count\ Memorial :Hospital
Home Health Agency includes
Isaac Ne\\ man. Physical Ther-
apist; Loa Fudge. Certified
Nursing Assistant; Reflect
Alexander, Licensed Nurse.
SPractitioner: Tammy. Sie\enis.
RN/PRN staff: Renee Hinter.
RN/Director of Nursing:
Denise Brown, RN/Agency
Director: Joann :Collins,
HHA/Coordinator. Joan
Williamson, Business Office
Manager: Melissa Nash,
RN/PRN staff and Sheryl Wil-
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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"I dread the day that I'haI e to retire." Dan,
Bucha'nan said. "I dearly lote what I do."
Dan Buchanan, the youngest son of Joe
and Lujette Buchanan. has served as a field
man for Farm Bureau for 33 \ears. His 33_
years gives him the seniority\ of all field staff
for the company. -
Dan serves 10 counties, including Madi-
son'. The counties he serves spread from.
Suwannee and Hamilton Counties.. all the .." .
way to Liberty County. 4- ..
"I try to get in to a counts every week or
two," he said. "The great thing about my job ....
is that I never have to do the same thing two '
days in a rot,. There's a ney, challenge e er)

Part of his job responsibilities includes
legislative responsibilities and the Young
Farmer and Rancher program. He is currently
involved with. "Get A Member" month for
Farm Bureau during August.
Gro, inm up in Nladison County. Dan /
worked on his family's farm and attended
Pinetta Junior High School until he reached
the tenth grade. From there. Dan %ent on to .
graduate from Madison High School and then ':
North Florida Junior College. '"
Dan graduated from the Uni\ersity of
Florida \with a degree in journalism. ."
In high school. Dan worked f6r Larrie
Cherry at Cherry. Farms,' Inc. in Lee. He
caught chickens. working alongside longtime
employees, J.B. Branch and P.F. Kelley.
Dan also served in the U.S. military and
retired from the National Guard after 23-and-
a-half years.
"I still hold the record for longevity as the
commander of Compan\ A.. 3rd Battalion.
124th Infantry in Tallahassee." he said.
He said that he encourages every young
person to get involved i'ith the military. He learned discipline as a'child growing up in Hick-,
ory Gro\e. but he said that he learned self-discipline in the military.,
"One of the things lacking in children today is discipline from parents and self-disci-
pline.'' he said. . ..,
Dan lies on the family\ farm that he grew up on in-the Hickory Grove commntinii; .'
"My daddy had a third grade education," he said, "but he made sure that all of his sons
got a college education "
Dan's brother, Bobby Joe. served as an instructor at North Florida Community College.
His brother, Gale know n in Madison County as Arlon), was the dean of the College of Agri-
culture at the University of Georgia, and currently serves as an undersecretary with the De-


apartment of Agriculture. His brother. Ran-
dall, served as the principal at Pinetta Junior
., !. High. and Pinetta Elementary. as .well as
serving as Madison Counti School Superin-
Stenden t.
"I probably miss Randall more than any one
person on the face of the earth." Dan said.
"He cared more about children than any one
else. He was, the epitome of an educator and
the epitome of a good person."
Dan recalled when his father %%as inter-
-A,: *: iewed for a stori in the Tri-County Electric
monthlN magazine. His father had.been one
of the first people in the Hickory Grove area
K. to get electricity. The riter had asked Joe
Buchanan if he missed the good old days.
The elder Buchanan answered. "Hell no.
There were no refrigerators and no electrici-

Joe raised pigs. which Dan and his brothers
showed in the North Florida Livestock Show
and Sale.
A swing that belonged to his parents still
adorns the yard of the home that Dan
Buchanan owns.
Dan's w ife. Jo\yce. has had multiple sclero-
sis since she \was in her twenties.
R ""'She's probably one of the toughest
S' . omen I've e'er seen." he said admiringly.
S' "She's fought it hard for the last thirty
-' ,.,: **. '"years. Most people would have- given up
... \ears ago, but she's tough."
S : Dan said that Joyce had supported him and
his love of Farm Bureau and the National
Guard for the last thirty years.
Dan and Joybe have two adult children,
-' e Geoffrey and Sarah.
Geoffreyi graduated, from Florida State
Union ersity with a'degree in criminology. He
is no\t a captain in the U.S. Army, already\
having served two tours of duty in the Mid-
die East.
"His goal is to be at the Pentago within a.year-and-a-half." Dan said.
Geoffrey has a lovely wife named Fabiana, wvho hails from Uruguay. .
Dan's daughter, Sarah, excelled in public speaking in 4-H. She graduated from North
Florida Community College and went to work at the Department of Environmental Protec-
tion in Tallahassee. She is married to Chris Armour.
Dan is a. member of Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. His brother, Randall,
started the annual Founder's Day at the church. Since Rahdall's death, many of the re-
sponsibilities have fallen into Dan's lap, but he said that the church always gets plenty of
help from others in the community.
Dan Buchanan is the epitome of a gentleman and a gentleman farmer.


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Happenings At Madison




First Baptist Church


By Nell Dobbs
Beautiful flowers were placed in church
Sunday by Edwin and Faye Browning in mem-
ory of Marlyn Browning Chutz, daughter of
Louise Browning and sister of Edwin Brown-
ing, Jr., James Browning, and Dorothy B.
Brown. We give thanks for this family and all
they have meant in our church, our schools, our
community, legal field, and to each of us!
Amen!
A wonderfull Sunday School lesson from
Colossians w written by Paul that we are God's
chosen ones. holy and loved, and therefore \%e
are to put heartfelt compassion, kindness, hu-
miliry. gentleness and patience to forgive others
as God forgives us, and above all be loving -
remembering that whatever we do in word or
deed we are to do everything in the name of our
Lord Jesus, giving thanks, to God t4e Father
through Him! Another Amen!
Happy 96th on Tuesday, the 15th to Mr.
Buford Selman; 100th to Sue Raines on the
23rd. What a touching, birthday letter Clara
Sheffield Barrett wrote in last week's E-R.
What. a tender, touching, loving, lovely
(yet sad) -dedication service for tiny Kaitlyn
Grace Larrabee on Sunday! Preacher Phil
Heard did the sweet service, Preacher held her
'till she cried, then gave her to her new mother.
Sharing the time were Stacey's parents, Mr.'&
Mrs. Morgan (he gave the benediction); her sis-
ters and husbands; a tiny little baby girl and one


older one. Very good shower Sun. afternoon
for lil Kaitlyn Grace.
Justin Davis sang "The Three Wooden.
Crosses" and we were all blessed. "Happened
at the right time at the right place." God's plan!
Pray for Sue Downing at. a health rehab in
Tallahassee; Gay going to Lake Park after hos-
pital stay; Margret Morris now mending at
home; Vicki very ill; Don Bass surgery ahead;
all our other many ill ones; Brett.Copeland very
ill, but better.
Wonderful Brotherhood Tuesday night,
more later.

"Someone Is Waiting"
Someone is ii airing, ready to love you,
ready to hold you close by His side.
Jesus is calling, and if you hear Him,
you can draw near Him, now is the time.
He is the answer .on have been needing.
This is your moment to seek Him.
Jesus is there, hoping you'll follow: ,
hoping you'll giv Him your heart.
Someone is waiting, ready to love you,
ready to hold you close by His side.
Jesus is calling, and if you hear Him,
you can draw near Him. now is the tine.
He is the answer you have been needing.
This is your moment to seek Him.
Jesus is there, hoping you ll follow,
hoping you 'll give Hini your heart.
You'll give Him your heart.


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:- "o ... ,.,. W henh TB" A**. 7*.' ;

;Leqder: Beth Poppell .
.., ..... Registration Dates: August 24 831 ';. -
Registration Times: 3:00 6:00 pm.
Ages: 10 Adult ":


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register andacaot &o5r- e bf he'stUdio onan
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the a bove Jate .r5 wou h've anmyques ons:
* Class time wO foffIyv,.y b fro ',7 :OB:.OOpm r n MpndC y eoehlngs.
Will have to wait foir~ sfr wi o k!y.cw 6 'r h ietbefore ftnal decision is made.


Jesus told a wonderful
parable about the nature of
faith and how you live it. Basi-
cally, He told the story of peo-
ple worshipping at temple. In
the front sat the "important"
people of the congregation,
loudly proclaiming, "Lord,
Lord," and beating their chests
with their fists are they rocked
back and forth. In the back sat
a poor person, quietly praying
to herself. She, Jesus pointed
out, was the true woman of
faith. She had no need to put
on a display. Faith was in her
heart. By contrast, those who
were chanting so vocally were
merely putting on a show and
being completely insincere.
You will meet many simi-
lar people. They will spout
their "beliefs" at every possi-
ble turn. They will tell you to
follow them as an example in
order to be saved. They will
claim to know what is in My
mind and who will enter the
kingdom of Heaven.
Remember that only I can
and will judge you. If you live
your faith and keep it in your
heart always, you are on the
right track. You may stumble
at times, but I will always for-
give you if you are truly repen-
tant. Thus, your fellow man is
in no position to sit in judg-
ment of you.
(c) 2006 DBR Media, Inc.


Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene
Hgii a', x '. s.'.5 4 nln
R.- fe.:--i .n .r
Sunday School.............................................Ii):00 a.m .
M morning Worship....................................... 11:011 a.m.
EB ening % ,orship..........................................5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Sud..................................7:30 p.m.



Reapers Of The Harvest Church
3 rile ie ir l iG C .: di- c FL H,. 40)
S ,.',,i. ,,, / . f;, t,,'r
Sunday School............................................ 10:00 a.m .
Morning Worship.....................11.00 a.m.
Evening W\orship ................................. ...6:00 p m.
\etdne.dan Nighl Seric............................... 7:30 p.m.
In., i ic it it," j,ji .'r /'. .-r i: ,'"-' > i H ..'r .11 .r.
ilAl Iir .1( ji i -n-.. r,. ,I ; rI| ,. t.i -'
EVERYONE IS _\ I\\\S \WELCOME!


St. Vincent DePaul Roman
Catholic Church
Mr eel.ng & u,-r, 5, 51 3"' 2-"4 .
SRe i, i.. I C.. r..,h (.\tl
Sunda)........................................................9... :0 a.m .
Mon.. Tljue., %\ed. Ma ................................. 7:30 a.m.
Thursday M as................. .............................7:30 a.m .
Salurda M ass................................................ 5:31) p.m .



St. Mary's Episcopal Church
I41u Nr H.., l .. Ij,. :..r, FL 9"3-',3.8
Flt bI 'i i .. .. I.. I .. - r. l.r oarJrdFt
Sunday) Church School...................10:00 a.m.
Sunday Hulo Eu hanri ................................10:00 a.m.
Mission Board 2nd Sunda........................1I :00 p.m.
Episcopal (hurch W\omen 3rd Sunday. ...11:00 p m.


St. John Damascene
Orthodox Catholic Church
141 SW Broad Ave Green ille. FL 32111 850-94-8-28
Re'erend Father T.J. Pavne
Bishop Alevander Bartholomew
Sunday Eucharist Mlass (Divine LiturgyI
10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Faith Baptist Church
1135 iUS 9U E3.t kM..- ,:.r.. FL 850-973-28:
Paror.-P itr Br-an -a* V ni, DOrt,.' It,- ,r anihr E ,ri.,VtibIn
Sunday School...............................................9:45 a mn.
S.,. -. Morning Worship......................... ..........11:00 a.m.
., ,. ,, Church Training.......................................... 6:00 p.m.
E... ening W orship...........................................7:00 p.m .
It her,, Prayer Meelinp, Wedneda.......................7-8:IN) p.m.
L., r. Hai Famil. Nighl Supper. Is Vt'ednesday........6-7:n0 p.m.
'., Lnwi "' Puppell Minisir). Sunday...............................6:00 p.m.
GROH Visitation. Monday...............6:30 p.m.


Grace Presbyterian Church
A C.,ngrLgauon l L he FPr t ilenuin Church Itr AmeidtE
Re, llhri Hi:opi ..
i88 N.Inh Wa lh orglr M..- :,n FL 973 .26u'
Sunday) School For All Age......................9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship................... 11:01) a.m.
Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Stud)........6:01, p.m.
Youlh Groups Ist 121h Grades................6'-30 p.m.
Choir Practicee.......... .............7:30 p.m.
Friday) Men's Prayer Brtakfast.................7:00 a.m.
Con.e i i 1r, ,h: il Is .ear ith L3''

Lee United Methodist Church
H- 2.5 *S S L FL- * _.qI.755
Rinjard Qur.i.chbu h. Pa'i-,r
Morning Worship............................... :30 a m.
Sunday Sthool............... ......................... 9:45 n.m .
Morning 'OTrhip.......................................... 11:110 d.m.
Sunday Eenling Worship...............................6-30 p.m.
Men's Fellowihip Bnnakfatil
Srcond Sunday............................................... 8:IH a.m .
Muluple k..Ic B.t.Ik Sludie 'Aci'.l,
C 777 n'.ll* Mi 7 .*.' n1nitlt '11/i Ch irtl"



Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
".1 F ,. rnJi 'ii.rtrll
Che-n, Laiec. FL ,5..1y:92' 4355
Rel ,A',. h. I '. -br..t in r,
Sunday Scholol............................ 9:45I a.m.
Paslural Sunda I- & I rd aturiJundon.................. 11:00 a.m.
Youth Church i.nd Sunatu i.................... ........11:00 a.m.
Pasloral Study .41h ,S d ,,n .......... .................11:00 a.m.


Hanson United Methodist Church
'i1 NE Dai.;, Sicrtl Htnm.on. FL
7 5 nulcs fian. M. 'n .i H. 11 rar nr right on Da.-y
i.:, Ylh,,. a 1"Lr/ :. P1ir'I .r
Sunday School........................................... 111:00 a.m.
M morning I orship.........................................11:15 a.m.
Sunday Eveniog Bible StudEy.........................:00 p.m.
Choir Practice Sunda Etemng..........................:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Pra.rr Senrice...............7:00 p.m.
.4JI Are Welconme. Please Come!

Fellowship Baptist Church
OnI rmile r.,rihb :l1 Mr d,.:n on 145
S /. : .. H ,, ; Pr,;t:
Grn GO.'j, AaI'.: Di r-, ijj.tr lan. Student Paior
&l.itlh ChddlJrI '. M ri Ir,: e .. .t .:.nr I dul t r try -
Oftk~e Sii.i"73-?Qn6
Morning Worship.................8:30 a.m. & LI:00 a.m.
Sunday School.............. ......................... 10:00 a.m.
Wednesda.n: Famili Night................Call rur schedule
.4 Fan .i c.t F'nim l. *. C.ne.nimp. ra, i',r hip'
in't-re ,cd n a h..-' ,..,r call *S.0.'g3-3266


First United Methodist Church
Sinr,c 18 11,' H .- ir ,, R u.iled _c Si *" 50-' 73-6295
RP. R-t,, "t E L,diJL
B* Bi ilI SldJ .. :7.P .i . nr 'Ia C'fri ,. La, L .7-J.er
. ,,. I Sernice of Word & fable...........................8... :30 a.m.
.,.. Sunday Schoul............................................. 9:45 u.m.
Sunday% Mornine W.jr-hip........................... 11:00 a.m.
S...... Wednsda ADl .%outh igrade.s 6-8 .......6:30-8:00 p.m.
l oulh liigradts9-12 ......................................7:0( p.m .
M. ... Men's Fellom.hip Breakfasl 13rd Sun.)........8:00 a.m.
\ Womt.n's Meeting & Lunch iBt l Mon.....12:00 noon


Greenville Baptist Church
I 3 ii S. M ,i| C- ...- ,.ik FL I'l948 '.t 53
Sunday Schn.,I.l AI l .g ..... .. ................. 10:0 a.m
Sunday Morning %%irship .. ....... ........11 :l0i a.m.
Sunday E%,ning \\urslnp. ........... .........7:011 p m.
Sunday Pr.-shcol., Siud,.nt,.and
IdulLs Chuii Rdeho.ta. ......... ............. .......5:311 p.m.
$itdlntLdai Pr--;h(horl cluldrin,
southh & Adiill Bibl Sludi, ........................ 7:i)i p.m.
WIt Sunda) t.rj munth-Min's Briiakf'an........... WI a.m.
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Madison Church of God
"-I NL C-lin, KEll, H, ,, FHldo.,r.. FL
*'.0 i ':7 i.1 I' A.. Li. ', l .1 .: P', a or
Sunday ch-.ol.................... . ... .............. ):00 a.m .
NM urmninL W orship. ............ ....... .............. 1:00 a.m.
FS -ning %lur..hip........................................6:U11 p.m .
Widn.sdany Bibic Siuds................. ....7:00 p.m.


Lee Worship Center
ti'.r, III, 7 7h 77im ."
3, MaNI,.. l a Di. Le., FL 32059
F,, ,r C, '.r L. rc
Sunday.................................. .....................111:00 a.m .
Sunday Evening Worship......... .............6:08 p.m.
Thurs. Praser Meeting & Bible Slud)...........6:1)0 p.m.
A Church WA her- E .er,,-.re i. Smneone
Call PJslI. Chmrle ,. kMar, I:. L:..:eic-r of: .ia.ni Allen & Brernda
Mc.-Cormiic. r a pra.:,i ..r : ride I.: church. 97] -2541


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Friday, August 18, 2006


National Senior

Citizens Pay
National Senior Citizens Day honors our elderly population.
On this day, we are encouraged to recognize and show appreci-
ation for the value and contribution of elderly people to home,
family and society.
In his Presidential Proclamation (August 19, 1988), Presi-
dent Ronald Reagan said "For all they have achieved throughout
life and for all they continue to accomplish, we owe older citi-
zens our thanks and a heartfelt salute. We can best demonstrate
our gratitude and esteem by making sure that our communities
are good places in which to mature and grow older."
On National Senior Citizens Day, we should:
Spend some time with senior citizens
Show our appreciation for senior citizens
Do volunteer work in support of the elderly
If you are a senior citizen, enjoy your day any way you de-
sire. After all, this is your day! Make sure to take advantage of
senior citizens specials and discounts. There's bound to be plen-
ty offers today.
The Origi of National Senior Citizens Day:
On August 19, 1988, President Ronald Reagan issued
Proclamation 5847 creatine National Senior Citizens Day to be
August 21.
There are many. man\ other "Senior Citizen Days" on var-
ious dates around the world. Many countries local communities
and organizations have declared or held senior citizen days.

SENIOR CiTiZENS'


Council. HOSTs


BENEfiT RAfflE


Old World F-inacial Hosts


Senior Benefit Seminar


Seniors enjoyed themselves at the senior benefit seminar that thoroughly explained health and life insur-
ance issues. Front row, Joan Beck, Old American Act Coordinator. Middle row, pictured left to right are: Lorine
Quinn, Sophia DeLaughter, Orgatha Williams, Corine Rayam and Clara Frazier. Back row, pictured left to right
are: Mary Webb,, Flossie Simmons, Cleve Thomas, Dorothy Rogers, Henry Gordon, Minnie Lawson, Deloris
Chuff and Patrice Mess. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, August 11, 2006)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.

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On Friday, August 11, World Financial of Tallahas-
from 10 a.m. 12 p.m., Old see presented a.senior benefit
seminar at the Madison Coun-
ow ard, M .D. ty Senior Citizen's Center.
certifiedd Danny Murphy and Lee
ologist Mauphin were the speakers
who presented two extremely
ing in .,significant topics to seniors.
s Anid The first, topic. was on,
nt C-f
Incer health insurance. The cost of
: health insurance is on the rise
s 1Welcome! "hand for seniors, they some-
17-2595 times need help since the ma-
* Valdosta, GA 31602 jority of seniors are retired or
unemployed.
The second issue ad-!
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was on the concerns seniors
ne uice made from 9 fruits have when it comes to life in-,
ne juice, made from 19 fruit surance. What happens to my
- I L,, -_ .I .4 surance. What happens to my


death benefit? What happens
to my money or investments?
Could I lose my coverage?
These are all important ques-
tions that seniors' face and Old
World Financial helped se-
niors grasp a better under-
standing. their inquiries and
concerns.
Altogether, Murphy and
Mauphin explained both top-
ics into depth, answering any
questions the seniors may
have had. Also, they handed
out pamphlets and booklets
explaining the variety of op-
tions that are available to se-
niors to take advantage of
when it comes to health and
life insurance. .


Wayne Rogers (left) is the lucky winner of the raf-
fle that was held on August 4; Dorothy Rogers (right)
is not only his mother, but also a senior at the Senior
Citizen Center of Madison. (Photo submitted by Joan
Beck)
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Friday, August 4, the Senior Citizens Council hosted a
raffle for a forty pound case of GoldKist Chicken.
All of proceeds are donated and benefit the Seniors at the
Senior Citizen's Center in Madison for their Christmas funds.
This month's winner is Wayne Rogers from Lee. Also,
Roger's mother, Dorothy Rogers, is one of the seniors at the Se-
nior Citizen Center of Madison.
The month of August's raffle will be for a VCR/DVD play-
er. Tickets are only a $1 each.
Please see any senior from the Senior Citizen's Center or
come by the center to purchase your tickets.


tnougnt toh provide solutions for over-al nhealthn, energy and vitality.
The defining ingredient and foundation of the drink comes from
the acai berry, *rom Amazon palm trees. The acai berry is the size
of a giant blueberry and tastes like wild raspberry with a hint of
grape and chocolate.
To capture all ol the rich nutrients these fruits possess,
they are pureed in their entirety flesh, skin and seed. Then, they
are combined synergistically to represent the best of nature's gifts
from the four corners of -he world: South America, Asia,
The Mediterranean and North America.

Read the accompanying article for the fruits
contained in Mona Vie and their "claim to, fame".

For more information, contact
Timothy Emeis
Independent Distributor, Dist.# 23743
386.288.6031
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The Madison Counti Health Department

and The Florida Department of Health
recoizes National Senior (Oihzens Day

and encourages seniors to stay active.


Roy I. Schwartz, M.D., F.A.C.S.
General and Laparoscopic Surgery
Is Proud To Announce
His Participation As
A Provider For
Capital Health Plan
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For New and Existing Patients
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Accepting All Insurances
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MADISON COUNTY HISTORY


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FIRST DAY OF ISSUE


U.a olin P. eRly. 4r.AMm/ Air Cuirpr. was. a 1937 'JSMA Giraduate. Ht t
A'r'i- .a'.14 t WWV he'r, kfIcd on r, D-moribc10. 1941 alfr Lk 9 .17? Ud *.Led
a Iapsrs=-, Ugh! cruiser. tin. Aasirina .After urdenu'j h~s er,-.v to bzll cmiAL Selv did
not rw'r,e t he crash lanhdin~g ofIii. burnirq plant~. lie wa-. 111cIst Ac idcrr. grdigt
to dif. in W.4, and th-v .oihurimnurly s;t.wded JL- l1,1r~r~jniihc-d 'r-okc Cftu


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Ctaa of 10-37


By Jessal\n Covell
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Colin Purdie Kelly. Jr. was born on Jul\ 11. 1915, m Jeffer-
son County. He w\as the son of Colin Purdie Kelly and Mar\
Elizabeth Ma.ys Kelly. The KellM family actuallI lied in NMadi-
son. but-his mother went to her parents' home \when she \%as
ready to give birth. This young man grew up an exceptional in-
dividual.
During his childhood, he as a faithful member of Boy
Scout Troop 601 in Madison and %\as interested in aviation.
In 1933. he was appointed to the United States Militar\
Academy at West Point. New\ York. "\here he played football.
ran \\with the cross-country team. and even boxed.
He sang with the Cadet Choir, \%as a member of several
class comminees. and %was advertising manager of "The How-


Portrait of Colin P. Kelly Jr., the first World War II hero


i:ert" the Academy Yearbook. in ius senior \ear.
In June 1937. he graduated from the Academ. and \\as
comnurssioned a Second Lieutenant in the Infantry. He applied
for and was accepted for flight training, graduating in 1939. and
transferred to the Army Air Corps for full-time flight duty.
By June 1940, he had risen to the rank of Captain and \\as
the first West Pointer to fly the B-17 bomber. After being as-
signed to Hickam Field in Haw\aii, he and his squadron had
made a spectacular flight to Clark Field in the Philippines in
September 1941. For this feat, he and his squadron \ere award-
ed the Distinguished Flying Cross.
On December 10. 1941. he was pilot of a B-17 bomber re-
turning from a successful attack on a Japanese naval force in the
Phdippine Sea, when he w\as attacked by several fast Japanese
Zero Fighter Pilots. His plane was severely damaged and in
flames. He calmly told his cre\ to bail out, but \\hen lie at-
tempted to jump, it was too late. He died \when his aircraft
crashed about three miles from Clark Field, and his body was
found with the parachute unopened.
President Roose\elt then, during his famous Four Fwreedoms
speech, before Congress, declared Colin P. Kelly to be the first
hero of World War II. His remains were returned to Madison and
he is interred in Oak Ridge CemeterN.
The first dedication of the Four Freedoms Monument to
honor Captain Colin P. Kelly \\as held in the fall of 1943, at
Madison Square Garden in Nei York Citr before a crowd of
60,000 at a sporting e\ent.
On June 14. 1944. the rededication service of the Colin P.
Kelly Four Freedoms Monument \\as unveiled before the fatni-
ly and many friends in downtown Madison. The serTice was
broadcast all o'er the world from studios in Ne\ York: actor
Conrad Nagle paid tribute over the, Mutual Broadcasting Sys-
tem.
Introduced by Senator William Turner Da\is of Madison.
Governor Spessard Holland gave the dedication speech and his
wife unveiled the monument.
The young hero's mother. Mrs. Colin P. Kell\ Sr.. stated.
"Not only is the statue dedicated to mn son. but to all those boy s
of the .allied nations who have given their lit es."
Her \words expressed the true meaning of the Four Free-
doms Monument, which remains a visible s mbol to all \ho


gave the ultimate sacrifice.
Today. in remembrance of Colin P. Kelly. Jr. the conmmuni-
ty of Madison has named their annual festival the Four Free-
doms Festival.
Colin Kelly "was married to Marianon Wick and they had one
son. Colin Purdie Kelly. Ill. born March 6, 1941. at Marsh Field
in California. Today. "Corky" series as an Episcopal Priest in
New Mexico.
Kell "s sister. Emmy Kelly Hoiverton. lives in Madison. as
do her t\\o children. Marn and Colin.
Courtes'y of Elmer's Genealogy and Madison Countr
Chamber of Commnerce.


Portrait of Colin P. Kelly Jr.. a West Point
graduate, and a World War II hero


Friday, August 18, 2006


Photograph Treare Of Idion Cout #as Gone To Pres


.: The Treasures of Madison County, Inc, is delighted to
announce that Photographic Treasures of Madison County,
Volume II has gone to press and will be ready for distribution
this fall. This handsome book, like Volume I, is a treasury of
A ,' historical photographs of early Madison County and Madi-
.,. son Countians, a treasury of photographic treasures that will
be enjoyed for years to come. Those who have the first vol-
ume of these photographic treasures will attest to the fact
that Volume II will indeed be an asset to one's family trea-
sures. These books also make wonderful gifts and will be
available in time for Christmas.
Only a limited number of Volume II will be printed, so
in order to be assured of a copy, it would be wise to pre-or-
der now. Order forms may be picked up at the Treasures of
:,-LMadison County Museum on South Range Street, The Old
J JBook Store on West Pinckney Street, or any of the local
banks. The price is only $58.83 for such a beautifully com-
Spiled book (The price includes sales tax). There are still a
few copies of Volume I available which may be purchased at
the Treasures of Madison County Museum and The Old
Book Store.
All proceeds from the sale of the book go to help sup-
port the Treasures Museum as well as other programs and
activities of the Treasures of Madison County, Inc. which is
a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of
and appreciation for the rich cultural and historical heritage
of Madison County.





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Cowboy Big "D" gets a good workout Monday with James Tuten does a good job of catching a high
coach Rod Williams, on the sled. (Greene Publishing, pass during a recent practice. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, Aug. 14, 2006) Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, Aug. 14, 2006)


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cowboy head football
coach Frankie Carroll spoke
to the Madison County Boost-
er Club Monday night. Car-
roll gave the boosters a team
report and an update on what
he expects tonight in Ocala.
"We're, going to fly
around and not
worry about the
score," Car-

"It's a prac- f
tice game."
'Carroll
said the team
is young but
working hard. "We
have to try to stay
healthy," Carroll said. "This
is the smallest team v.e've
had in a while."'
Carroll said the reason
foi the diminutive size of the
Cowboy squad this year is the
FCATs.
"FCATS have really hurt
us," Carroll said. "We only
have nine ninth-graders.
We're used to having from 19
to 25."
Another issue affecting
the team numbers, according
to Carroll, is the incursion of
video gaming on teens in the
county. "I had one kid tell me
he'd rather stay home and


play video football," Carroll
said.
One of the football play-
ers, Freddie Bolden, was seri-
ously injured earlier in the
week in a car wreck, reducing
the team by one more.
Look for a complete 2006
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pictures of all your .favorite
players, cheerlead-
ers and even the
band in the
Wednesday,'
August 23,
edition of
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Carrier.
Tickets for
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going up to $7.
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turn right onto CR 475-A/SW
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And A New Style Of Offense For 2006
Warriors' goal is to win the district and head into the playoffs
By Janet Schrader head into the playoffs," Striplin said.
Greene Publishing, Inc. Weaknesses for the Warriors are their inex-
The Aucilla Christian Warriors play in perience. They also need to work on their kick-
Class 2-1, B. This year the Warriors have a brand ing game.
new coach, Joe Siriplin Striplin has brought a The Tallahassee Democrat has two players
new offense style to Aucilla. It's a pro- listed as the ones to watch. Daniel Greene
style offense out of the I. "Some- had 450 yards rushing in 2005.
times we'll run three wide, Watch for him to do well
sometimes four," again this year. Reggie
Striplin said. "Some- Walker at wide receiver
times we'll go to a also looks good for
no back." 2006
Aucilia's The Warrior
strengths for quarterback for
2006 are its 2006 will be Matt
skilled kids. Dobson, a sev-
They also have enth-grader.
speed at the re- "When I first got
ceiver and tight here and heard the
end position. quarterback was a
There are 10 re- seventh-grader, I did-
turning starters. The n't know what to
top returnees are Of- think," Striplin said.
fensive-lineman and "But he doesn't play like a
linebacker Wade Scarberry, seventh-grader. We had several
Reggie Walker at wide receiver others try out for the position. Dob-
and defensive back, J.T. Ward on the 0- son has the arm strength and the foot work
line, Daniel Greene at running back, Woody we need to run our offense."
Vollerston on the Offensive-line and at line- Striplin looks for FAMU to be the toughest
backer and Josh Carswell at tight end and line- competition in the district. "FAMU is loaded,"
backer. Defensively, linebackers and secondary Striplin said. "They have two backs that are Di-
all have experience. vision I prospects." Striplin said all the district
"We have 11 guys who've played under the teams have improved. Munroe and John Paul II
lights before," Striplin said, "They're not neces- Catholic fill out the district.
sarily experienced, but have time on the field." The Warriors open the season at Florida
Aucilla expects to do better this year than School for the Deaf Aug. 31 in an away game.
the 7-4 2005 record. Striplin is giving the of- The first home game of the year is Sept. 22
fense a new look and the defense should be against Panama City Christian. Both games start
strong. "Our team goal is to win district and at 7:30 p.m.

Aucilla Christian 2006 Football Schedule
Date Opponent- .. Location Time

Aug. 31 Florida School for the Deaf AwaN 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 8 Apalachicola Away 7:30 p m.
Sept. 15 Cottondrle Awv S:00) p.m.
Sept. 22 Panama Cii. Christian Home 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 29 Munroe IDistrict game) Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct 6 Gaines'. ille Oak Hall Away 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 13 FAMlNi High IDistrict game) Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 20 Carabelle Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 27 John Paul II Catholic Distnrict garnmel A.av 7.30 p Ii.
Nov. 3 Bell Home 7:30 p.m.
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Friday, August 18, 2006


Madison County Excel Alternative School Holds Open House


Madison County Excel Alternative School's Princi-
pal, Maceo Howell (standing), helped Reatha Mobley
(sitting), parent of Charles Phillips, enroll in the tenth
grade.. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn
Covell, August 8, 2006)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Tuesday, August 8, the
Madison County Excel Alter--
-native School (MCEAS) held
their open house from 4 p.m. -
5 p.m.
Parents and students were
welcome to come, sign their
students up the for upcoming
2006-2007 school year and get
familiar ith classrooms and
new and old teachers..
There are three ne't faces
that will be teaching .students
at MCEAS. ...
Wendy Harper is teaching
math '
John Jennings is teaching
social studies.
Lydia Fonseca has been


named the new reading and
math coach,
MCEAS is proud to an-
nounce ,hat. their enrollment
totals almost 60 students.
Gwen Hubbard, Director
of Federal Programs; ,Cheryl
James, Coordinator of Grants;.
and Shirley Joseph, Coordina-
tor of School Improvement
Assessment and Accountabili-
ty from the Madison County.
District School Board were
present to offer support to par-
ents and encouragement to
students.
It was a wonderful open
house that helped student's and
parents get read\ to do their
%ery best in the 2006-2007
school year.


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ENIT-B Refresher Course. Fees do apply. To register for the
course or for more information, contact Gail Hackle at 973-1629
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3jl


NFCC Presents Career


Lorraine Brown coor-
dinated the career fair.
(Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry,
August 5, 2006) .
, 751-TN;TII F77


Lugene. Ghent was
checking out the educa-
tional opportunities at the
Career Fair. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc.. Photo by Ja-
cob Bembry, August 5,
2006)
^'m12TWrTvICm7^9{ !6


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
North Florida Communi-.
ty College presented a Career
Fair at the Recreation 'Park,
located next to the old Mali-
son Middle School, on Satur-


day, August 5.
Students learned of dif-
ferent career opportunities
and educational opportunities
at the fair.
Lorraine Brown was the
coordinator of the career fair.


J.D. Coody, Nikki Harris and Juan Salinas, pictured
left to right, enjoyed the\ Career Fair. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, August 5, 2006)


Debbie Bass and Amelia Mulkey leit and center. were
assisting Rachel Smith, right, during the Career Fair.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bermbry, AuLigust
5,2006


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E I e a -d 0o r
Eval,5swi~nds
in front of theI
cake Plat was!I
elliuoyed at the
Catear Fair.
(CGre-9ne Pub-
iislinq. Inc.
Phmoto by Ja-
cob Oeakwiby
August 51 2006)1


JenningsJoins Excel taff
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Josh Jennings is me
new social studies
teacher for grades sixth
through twelfth and feels
that he has succeeded
when his students im-
prove in their academics.
(Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jessalyn Covell,
August 11, 2006)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.'.
Josh Jennings recently
joined the Madison County Al-
ternative Excel School's
(MCAES) teaching staff.
He received .his teaching
degree and license from the
University of North Iowa.
Fortunately, his license
transferred from Iowa to Flori-
da that qualified him to take on
the social studies position at
the Excel school for sixth
through twelfth grades,
He loves helping people,
especially kids. He remembers
when he was in school and
how he looked up to his teach-
ers for guidance and he wanted
to assume the same position.
This is why he began a career
in teaching.


Jennibgs 'has been teach-
ing for four years.
Jennings taught in Iowa
for sixth months and was of-
fered, a once-in-a-lifetime .op-,
portunity to teach in South Ko-
rea, so he.took it. Additionally,
he taught at Greenville Hills
Academy for two years, where
he taught math and physical
education.
He realizes that getting to
know students personally and
watching them succeed
throughout each school year is
what matters most to him.
Also, he feels that helping
students accomplish things in
the classroom helps build self
esteem in and out of the class-
room.
In the future, Jennings has
a research project planned for


his' students. Madison County
received a :'.'I u dl.d the ,.,0.i1,1V
is going to provide MCAES
with laptops. The students will
,conduct research, for their
school project by utilizing the
internet.
Jennings stated, "Bein.:
good readers is such an impor-
tant trait for Id. I1nI'. to obtain.
It will help them i':eaIl,' with
critical problem sNohing and
also help them throughout their
lives."
In his spare time, '1c Inj
kickboxing and spending time
with his girlfriend, Hillary.
He stated, "Overall excel-
lence is the main goal here at
the Excel school, that is exact-
ly why I am here, to help my
students achieve excellence in
every aspect academically."


Angela White, center, accepts the Morris and Judy
Steen Scholarship for 2006-2007 from the scholarship's
founders Judy and Morris Steen on August 7, at North
Florida Community College. (Photo submitted)


Angela White of Taylor
County has received the Morris
and Judy Steen Scholarship
from North Florida Communi-
ty College for the 2006-
2007school year. Created in
2003 by NFCC President Mor-
ris G. Steen, Jr. and his wife,
Judy Steen, the scholarship is
for students seeking an associ-
ate degree or vocational certifi-
cate from the College. It is a
single one-time award that may
be used for tuition, books, or
fees.
"I am very grateful to the
Steens for the opportunity to
continue my education and fur-
ther my personal goals through
financial support," said White.
White, a graduate of Amos


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January.
"The faculty and staff are
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White has two children,
three-year-old Kenneth Gage
White and 15 month old Ella
Palmerton.
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line. Buy the lowest grade or
octane of gasoline that is appropri-
ate for your car. Unless your car
requires premium gasoline, filling
your car up with the expensive-fuel
is a waste of money. The premium
fuel will not boost your car's fuel
economy or performance, s o skip
it.
Don't top off. Don't top off when
filling your cars gas tank. Any
additional gas is just going to slop
around or seep out. Stop pumping
when the automatic nozzle clicks
off at the gas pump.
Tighten up that gas cap. Gas will
-evaporate from your car's gas tank
if it has an escape. Loose, missing
or damaged gas caps cause 147
million gallons of gas to evaporate
each year, according to the Car
Care Council. Be sure to tighten
-that gas cap each time you fuel.
Go for the shade. The.hot summer
sun that makesAhe inside of your
car feel like a sauna also takes fuel
from your gas tank. "If you let your
car bake in the sun there's going
to be a greater amount of evapora-
tive emissions that take place than
if you park in the shade," says Jim
Kliesch, research associate at the
American Council for an Energy-
Efficient Economy and vehicle
analyst for GreenerCars.com. So,
park your car in the shade of a
building or tree whenever possible
and buy a good windshield shade.
Pump up your tires.
Don't drive onunderinflated tires.
Underinflated tires wear down
more quickly and lower your car's
gas mileage. (Driving on underin-
flated tires may also reduce the life
of your tires by 15 percent or
more.) Check your tire pressure
once a month. Buy a digital gauge
and keep it in your glove box. A
good'time is early in the morning
after your car's-, been idle
overnight.
Replace air filters. When the
engine air filter clogs with dirt,
dust and bugs, it causes your
engine to work harder and your
car becomes less fuel-efficient.
Replacing a clogged air filter could
improve your gas mileage by as
much as 10 percent and save you
15 cents a gallon. Have your
engine air filter checked at each oil
change.
Use the right oil. You can improve
your car's gas mileage by 1 per-
cent to 2 percent by using the
manufacturer's recommended
grade of mo tor oil, Opt for motor
oil with the words "energy con-
serving" on the API performance
label. This oil contains friction-
reducing additives..


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By Chris Floyd
Emergency Services Direc-
tor, Capital Area Chapter,
American Red Cross .
Lightning occurs with all
thunderstorms, it averages. 93
deaths and 300 injuries each
year. It also causes several hun-
dred million dollars in damage,
t_, propertN and forests arinual-
ly,
You should be aware of the
dangers of lightning and how
'to protect yourself and your
family from becoming victims.
Here are. some helpful fact's
about nanire's firerorks...
What is lightning? Light-
-ning occurs when the action of
rising and descending air with-
in a tdihnderstorm separates
posi"i\e and negative charges,
lightning results' from the
birldup and dischare of elec-
trical energy between positive-
ly and negatively charged ar-
eas. V
The 'average flash of
lightning could light a 100-waft
light bulb for more than three
months.
Most lightning occurs.
\ i dun the cloud or between the
cloud and ground.
The air near a lightning
strike is heated to 50,000' F-
hotter than the surface of the
suni!
The rapid heating 'and
cooling of air near the lightning
channel causes a shock wave'
that results in thunder.
To estimate the distance
in miles between you and the.
lightning flash, count the sec-
onds between the lightning and
the thunder and divide by five.
Most lightning deaths
and injuries occur when people'
arc caught outdoors. Most ca-
sualties occur in the summer
months and during the after-
noon and early evening.
Your chances of- being
struck by lightning are estimat-,
ed to be 1 in 600,000.
In recent years, people
have been killed by lightning
while boating, swimming, golf-


ing, bike riding, standing under
a tree, riding on a lawnmower,
talking on the telephone, load-
ing a truck, playing soccer,
fishing in a boat, and mountain
climbing.
Lightning Myths and Facts
MYTH: If it is not raining,
then there is no danger from
lightning.
FACT: Lightning often
strikes outside of heavy fain
and may occur as far as 10
miles away from any rainfall.
MYTH: The rubber soles,
of shoes or rubber tires on a car
will protect you from being
struck by lightning.
FACT: Rubber-soled
shoes and rubber tires provide
NO protection. from lightning
However, the steel frame of a
.hard-topped vehicle, provides
increased protection if you are
not touclung metal. Although
you may be injured if lightning
strikes your car, you are much
safer inside a vehicle than out-
side:
MYTH: People struck by
lighlnin, .carry an electrical
"charge, and should not be
touched.
FACT: Lightning-strike
icntim-i carry no .electrical
charge and should be attended
to immediately. Contact your
local American Red Cross for
information on CPR and first.
aid classes.
MYTH: "Heat lightning",
occurs after very hot; summer
days and poses no threat
FACT. What is referred to
as "heat lightning"' is actuallN
lightning from a thunderstorm
too far away for thunder to be
heard. However, the storm
may be moving in your direc-
tion!
For additional information
,on preparing for a disaster or
on building a Disaster Resis-
tant Neighborhood please con-
tact the Capital Area Chapter
of the American Red Cross in
Tallahassee at 878-6080 or vis-
it our website at www.tally-
town. com/redcross.


Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Announces
2006-2007 Hunt Dates And
Hunter Education Courses


Public hunting will be per-
mitted at Okefenokee National
Wildlife Refuge (NWR) at the
Suwannee Canal. Recreation
Area, the Pocket, and Cow-
house Island for the 2006-2007,
hunting season. Refuge and
State hunting regulations apply,
and-huiters must possess a valid
state hunting license for these
hunts. Free Hunter Education
courses are also being offered at
the refuge.
Suwannee Canal Hunt
A total of 40 permits will be
awarded for this deer and feral
hog hunt, 10 of which will be
reserved for disabled hunters in
wheelchairs. The hunt is sched-
uled for Friday, October 27 and
Saturday, October 28, 2006,
from two hours before sunrise
until noon. Applications for the
Suwannee Canal Hunt are avail-
able at the Richard S. Bolt Visi-
tor Center, at Stephen C. Foster
State Park, or mailed to appli-
.cants by calling (912) 496-7836
between 9am and 5pm daily.
Applications and regulations are
also available on the refuge
website at www.fws.gov/oke-
fenokee. Completed hunt appli-
cations must be received by Au-
gust 31, 2006. Cost for the per-
mit fee is $12.50. Deer taken do
not count against the state limit.
The Pocket Hunt
Archery hinting only will
be permitted at the Pocket near
Fargo September 9- October 13,
2006 in accordance with Refuge
and State regulations. Access is
limited to foot traffic only.
Hunters must sign-in and sign-
out. Check the GA DNR web-
site at http://www. gohuntgeor-


gia. corn for more details.
Cowhouse Island Hunt
The Georgia Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) is
managing the hunt on Cow-
house Island. Hunters are limit-
ed to foot traffic only and must
sign-in and sign-out. Regula-
tions and information about
hunt dates may be obtained by
calling (229) 426-5267 or visit-
ing the DNR website at
http://www.gohuntgeorgia.com.
Free Hunter Education
Courses
Hunter Education Two-day
Course- Ten-hour course on
hunting responsibly and safely.
September 9-10, 2006 from
10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Hunter Education CD
Courses- Two-hour condensed
version of the above course, re-
quiring the completion of a self-
guided CD tutorial before at-
tending a two-hour class. Au-
gust 26, 2006 .from lpm-3pm
and September 23, 2006 from 9
a.m. 11a.m.
Special Note: Residents
and non-residents born on or af-
ter Jan. 1, 1961 must success-
fully complete a hunter educa-
tion course prior to purchasing
a season hunting license to hunt
outside their own land. Limit
33 participants for each course.
To register for either course,
sign-up online at www.gohunt-
georgia. corn. For questions,
call Mike Brooks at 912-843-
2325.
For more information, con-
tact Okefenokee National
Wildlife Refuge, Rt. 2 Box
3330,'Folkston, GA, 31537 or
call (912) 496-7836.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5B


Suwannee River Water Management District


Closes On 2,481 Acre Ranch In Lafayette County


Louis Shiver is the
Suwannee Ri er Water Manage-
ment District Governing Board'
representative. on the Boaid of
Directors and serves as its chair-
man. He is president of Shiver
Dairy Farm, Inc., of Mayo, and
a member of the Suwannee Riv- :'
er Partnership, Florida Cattle-


men Association, and Southeast
Milk, Inc.
,' The District and' R.O.
Ranch, Inc. are now in the
process of selecting a planning
and design firni to create a mas-
ter plan for the ranch. A prelim-.
inary site e valuation indicated
that the property is suitable for a


number of equestrian activities
including trail and endurance
riding, western pleasure riding,
rodeo events, carriage driving,
cross country riding, and show-
ing/schooling.
The target date for ground-
breaking on the project is mid
2007.


Closing on the sale of the R.O. Ranch property to the Suwannee River Water Man-
agement District are, seated from left: Frank and Olive Schulte, District Governing
Board Member'Louis Shiver; standing,.from left: District Executive Director Jerry Scar-,
borough and District Deputy Executive Director Charlie Houder. (Photo submitted)
The Steinhatchee River will lands that run aloyg
be protected; equestrians will the Steinhatchee
have a new place to iide; and lo- River for a distance
cal ecoiou'rism opporu.inmtes of about 15 nmles. ",
will increase, thanks to the \i- Two major creeks a
sion and .generosity of .a running through the
Lafayette County couple who property Owl
transferred o\mnership of their Creek and Cross. a\ % -
2,481-acre ranch to the Suian- Branch feed into i'
nee River Water Management the Steinhatchee
District. River. -.
On July 26, the District The Schultes
closed on the purchase of die have- owned and
property from Frank "Red" and. lived on the property
Olive Schulte, owners of the since the early
R.O. .Ranch, anrd from R.O.', 1970s, managing the
Ranch. Inc., a nonprofit Florida land as a .working
corporation that will oversee cattle ranch. Their "'
and manage operations on the desire to prevent fu- *. "
property, including a planned ture subdil ison of
equestrian center. . the property. and of the board of directors:
With the total land valued at their dream of promoting trail, 'Coleen Agner isa Taylor
$6.5 million, the Schultes earlier, riding and, other equestrian ac- County middle-school teacher
this year donated a: substantial tivities in the area, led to their and an accomplished equestrian.
$3.5-million interest in ihe land partnership with the District. As a volunteer leader for the
* to R.O. Ranch, Inc Proceeds of The/District created .R. Taylor County 4-H horse pro-
the sale of the corporation's in- Ranch, Inc. in order to facilitate gram, Agner runs an equine pro-
terest to the District will be the Schulte's donation and to as- gram that includes horse cub,
placed in an endowment and sist with the management of an horse camps, horse shows and
used to fund future management equestrian facility. A board of judging. She volunteers with'the
activities on the ranch. directors will govern the affairs Live Oak Hounds, Pony Club in
The property is' located at of. the nonprofit corporation. In Thomasville, Georgia, and
,the northern end of approxi- addition to Mr.. Schulte;, .the fol- seres on the Florid Farm Bu-
matehl 20, l) acres of Disrict lov. ing indi iduals are members rn, in Advisry Rcrd
uaer Equtine Advisory Board.


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Annette Land resides in'
Branford and is owner of Land
Brokerage Realtor. In 2002 she
x% as named "\oman of the Year.
in Agriculture" by the Florida'
Department of Agriculture and
*Consumer Services and the
Florida State Fair Authority. She
is, a member of the Florinda Cat-
tlemen Association, National
Angus Association, Florida Cut-
ting Horse Association. National
Cutting Horse Association, and
Suwannee River Riding Club.
Danny Liles is manager of
Liles Hardware in Cross City.
Liles is chief of the Dixie Coun-
ty volunteer fire department, as
well as an EMT. In 2005 he was
presented the Ray Warren
Community Service Award by
the Dixie. County Chamber of
Commerce.


The Enterprise-Recorder BOSTON


Fish & Game Feeding Chart Tractor Company

l-kv, [n usI Thi ni..i and minor i leedii nes i r es[ h ,r r lireid bMs %. The inaicir feeding uimes are the best for the
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US 84 Dixie, GA

(229) 498-8101


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Cormissioners of Madison County, Florida proposes to regulate
the use of land within the area as shown on the map below by amending the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Madison County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the
Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA .






Li \CPA 06-1






CPA 06-1, an application by Karl J. Sanders, as agent for Thomas H. Greene, Jr., to
amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan changing the future.
land use classification INDUSTRIAL to COMMERCIAL for property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 27, Township 1 North, Range 9 East, Madison.
County, Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: Commence at the
intersection of the Easterly right-of-way line of State Road 53 with the
Southwesterly right-of-way line of CSX Railroad.; thence South 6045'37" East
along the Southwesterly right-of-way line of said CSX Railroad 1,279.29 feet;
thence South 2914'23" West 733.95 feet: thence South 89-14'23" West 437.35 feet
to the Easterly right-of-way line of said State Road 53, lying on a non-tangent cir-
cular curve to the right, having a radius of 5,679.58 feet anda central angle of
09 26'54"; thence along the Easterly curved right-of-way line of said State Road 53,
an arc distance of 936.59, feet, with a chord bearing and distance of North
S 15 30'32" West 935.53 feet, to the point of tangency of said curve; thence North
1"46'1.3" West along the Easterly right-of-way line of said State Road 53, a dis-
tance of 376.28,feet to the Point of Beginning.

SContaining 17.79 acres, more or less.
A public'hearing concerning the amendment to consider enactment of an ordinance to,
adopt the amendment will be held on August 30, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the, matter can'be heard, in the Board Room, Courthouse Annex, located at 229
Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida.

the title of said ordinance shall read, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
AS AMENDED; RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT OF MORE THAN TEN ACRES .
OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMEND-
ED;'PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
INDUSTRIAL TO COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCOR-
PORATED AREA OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILI-
TY; FINDING THAT SAID, AMENDMENT FURTHERS THE ECONOMIC DEVEL-
OPMENT OBJECTIVES OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR
DESIGNATING MADISON COUNTY AS A RURAL AREA OF CRITICAL ECO-
NOMIC CONCERN, PURSUANT TO SECTION 163.3187(1)(c)4., FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE'
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the amendment, and the ordinance adopting said amendment, on the
date, time and place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendment, and the ordinance adopting said amendment, are available
for public inspection at the Office of the County Coordinator, Courthouse Annex, locat-
ed at 229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours.
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the.public hearing
shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notice concerning the
matter will be published. All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any deci-
sion made at the public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


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DE.L a DIJJIU N wt lu/uenl tlnl Emp-loyment
dic Pillo& -Top Mattress Set. In
plastic, warranty, can deliver. $250.
850-425-8374
I 1 1 6 PC. BEDROOM SET Head-
ExcavatingWork board, fame, dresser, mirror, chest, Check Station Operators Needed
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re- nightstand. NEW in boxes, must The Flonda Fish and Wildhife Con-
moval; Demolition, and Roads. No sell $550. 850-222-9879 sertianon Commission is hiring
Job Too Small FreeEstimates. Call personnel for seasonal work at
Paul Kinslev at S50-973-6326 Twin Ruers WNIA check station
EDWARDS INSULATION l Tf.T' tor the 20(16-07 hunting season
Covering- all your insulation needs $ 56.4-1hr. For more information call
S ecializi;ni in ihrbedlass Blown (381 758-0531


Insulation. FREE ESTIMATES ,
Ricky Edwards 850-253-3732
Cell: 850-673-9897

I Clean For You!
Rentals Offices Homes
$10 hour Reference's available
Pet care available in your home.
.850-97 [-5684


.HOMEOWNERS $50.0,00 TO
,150.1-100t) IN SAVINGS IN MORT-
GAGE INTEREST!!! FREE SER-
VICE NO COSTS' Send name
and address for free into to Jessie
James, 147' S.W. Owendale Ave.,
Greenville, Fl. 32331.".

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

Johnson & Sons Landclearing
Bs the hour or by the acre
No Job Too Small
S (850)929-2959 '
(850)673-1410


Automob ies iio l i


b78 CJ5 V8
Runs Gret
(850) 973-47121

1962 Volks%%agon Dune Bugg)
Fiberglass bhod. 4 seater with seat-
belis Street legal Greal condition!
Must -ell -\'king $6 501.il) or best
offer .:
Call Ronnie at, 35h0 3h2- 7505

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


SOFA &- LOVESEAT. NEW MI-
.CROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Life-
time Warranty, Still .in Crate, Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250,'Sell $475,
850-545-7112
1982 14x70 single wide mobile
home. 3 bd/2bth 884 sq, ft..
Newly renovated in 2003. Must
see to appreciate! Must be
moved. Asking $7,000 obo Call
Marc al 350t-971-99188

MATTRESS: King Size Orthope-
dic 3 pc. Set. New, unopened
w/warranty. Sacrifice $295. 850-
222-2113


wantedd: planted pines for
pine si.ra\\. Call Larue Tippett
at 971-5495 minimum of 20
acres.

Homes For Rent


Help Wanted: Get puad for refer-
ring people IS or older that want a
Major Bank credit card You get
paid a percentage of all their pur-
chases. Send name and phone nuntm-
ber to: T\"lana Arnold. 147 SW
Owendale .Ae Green ille, FL.
32331


i Mechanic \\ anted at Qual-
itv, Tire. Contact Diane at
Cr (9) i42--N3m38r
8 Cn*rf tl aa b k id nor


...lllmlII.II U C l.lltR l
Apartments designed for Se-
nior'" and Disabled I & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call' 850-973-3786 TT'Y Act
711
Equal Housing Opporiunit3




a HApartments

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed Call 50-948-3036 TDD/TTY
711. 192 NWV GreeriMlle Pointe
Trail. Greenville. FL 32331
Equal Housing Opportunity


Mobile Home For Rent
2 bedroom: I 1/2 bath; no kids. no
pets. $135 week include, electricity
but not propane. Deeiw-,ood Inn
Madison Campgrounds. S50-973-
2504.
Lake front, gorgeous private
selling, 2 bedrooun-: 2 bath: no
pets; water and lawn maintenance
included. One year lease $800
month, $700 deposit Available
September. 850-973-3025


) 2Oufthern ias of

'C4adison Cpartments

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.


2bdrm/1 bath MH in park on
Highway 53 in Madison,
$13 5i k includes electric, ten-,
ant to pay for propane.
Call Erin Levin
at 850-5:-0-0459






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


ESTATE OF'DR. EARL L. CREECH
Office. Building on Benmiss Road, Lake
Front House on' Chewry Lake, Smnall Farmn
Near Ray City, Gun Collection, Trucks,
Collector Cars, Boats, Wood Working and
Auto Shop Equipment & Much More!
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 2006 10:00 AM
* Prop. #1 2301 DeonssRd. Office Building on
Large Comrer Lot, 3,718 Sq. Ft., inside City Liunts.
* Prop. #2 1805 Cherry Lake Cir. NE, Madison, FL -
Home on Cherry Lake with 1,838 Sq. Ft., 4
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Large Rectangular Lot with
Boat Ramp and 100 Foot Frontage on the Lake.
* Prop. #3 Berrien County 68.5 Acre Timlber Faram
Near Ray City, 40 Acres in Planted Pines, 3.5 Acre
Fish Pond & Duck Pond, 25 Acres In Natural
Woodland Along Cat Creek.
oAntieques, CollectAbles, u is,
Woodwordk rg &Auto Sloep Equvpmeat
Balny Pinball Machines, Victrola, Can Collection, Vintage
Mustangs, 1980 Corvotte, 1957 Ford Thunderbird (Needs to be
itea.ssembled), Trcks, Racearm, Boats, Hunting Eqipinment,
Auto Shop & Woodworking Eqaipmaent, Lawn Equipment,
Of0fce Feurniture & Much Mores
PREVIEW DATES: See our website or brochure for a schedule of
open house preview times for both the real estate & equipment.
SALE SITE: Valwood School Gym, Hwy 41, Valdosta, GA
10% Buyer's Preminumn
FREE Brochure! 242-5412 or 800-334-9724
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Doctors 'Memorial Hospital
Has an employment opportu-
nity at our Madison
Pediatric & Internal
Medicine Clinic
For a PRN Pool
Licensed Practical Nurse
Apply bh obtaining an applica-
tion online at www.doctorsmemno-
rial.com Or pick up application
at Clinic.
Fax to: 18501 584-0661 email:
diannm@doclorsmnemorial.comn
DFRWP/EOE
$$ AVON $$
Be youi own Boss'
Earn 50W'
Sell $500. earn $250
Starter Kit i onl\ $10
Call Doroth, 973-3153I


Cherry Lake Utilities is accepting
bids tfor the positions of I Meter
reader to read appro\imatelN 2707
meters monthly 21 Maintenance
person to perform water line repuars
as needed. Bids must be received
b\ August 28. 2006. Foi more in-
formation call 850.929-4620, leave
message.
Repair & Maintenance
Opening for a general purpose re-
pan and maintenance person. Fuji
Time, v.e.gtiaranitee 40-ihoui. Must
be qualified in painting., ome car-
pertry work along ,sith nmiscella-
neous jobs Must hae at good dri-.
ving record, be reliable and trust-
worthy. Pay rate $8.50 $12 per
hour plus \ac.iiion and holiday paN.
We have a drug free work place.
Apply at Ware Oil & Supply Co.
'2715 S. Byron Butler Parkway, Per-
ry, FL. 32348 :
Help Wanted: Earn thousands
booking travel.-Make money when
other agents book travel. Contact
TN \e anna Arnold, 147 SW Owen-
daleAve. Green ille. FL 32331.


Extension Program Assistant
Madison County Extension office
is seeking applicants for a full-time
Program Assistant. This is a staff
support position in% ol ing a variety
of program support assignments.
Duties include office work, prepar-
ing materials and assisting with a.
variety of educational programs.
Apply at Madison County Board of
County Commissioner's office at
229 S.W. Pinckney Street, Madi-
son, Florida. ,Madison County is an
Equal Opportunity Employer and a
Drug Free Workplace.


Aucilla Christian Academy is cur-
rently accepting applications for a
bus driver position. Must have (or
be will to obtain) a CDL class B
. ith P and S endorsements. Also,
must be a positive, Christian role
model. For, more information or to
apply, please contact the school at
997-3597


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Person Needed For
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a growing newspaper group
spark your interest? Do ybu
enjoy customer contact, both
in person and over the phone?
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enjoy this job. We're fun,
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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
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SALARY RANGE: $70-80K

Thirsting for a great career? Nestle Waters North
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qualified individual lo fill its Regional Finance Manager
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Valdosta GA).
NORTH AMERICA .
The position's responsibilities include a wide range of
financial and organizational skills such as: coordinating financial plans that include budget, head
count and forecast;: preparing financial and non-financial reports; ensuring compliance with compa-
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systems; training users in Ihe process of report preparation; training all Inventory and Finance per-
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ber of the senior management by: providing financial expertise; collaborating in productivity improve-
ment proposals and studies: and providing and/or verifying information for capital investments

The ideal candidate for this position is required to possess a four-year Bachelor's Degree
in either accounting, finance or business administration and 5-7 years experience in a manufactur-
ing environment. In addition, an M.B.A. or C.P.A. certification is preferred. He/she also must pos-
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JOBS AT YOUR

FINGERTIPS
The Cit) of Madison has i12i open-
ings in the Street Department of
Public Works for a maintenance
worker. Applicants must possess a
\alid Florida Class B. Commercial
Dri\er's license or obtain the same
within si. months after being em-
ploied. Applicants must read and
\\rile the English language. be able
to communicate orally and be able,
to lollo,. oral and written instiuc-
non. This position requires a lot of
medium to hea,.\ phy sical labor.
Applicants should hase experience
driving tiactors. mo(.er, and
trucks It is preferred that appli-
cants ha\e a high school diploma or
GED ceruficate. The persons hued
.for this po.sitiori iLi ust.pass a 'phvyi.-
cal e amination. back gtiouind check
and drug test.
We7 will- be accepting applications
from lMonda. August 14th, 2006
though Friday, August 25th, 2006.
Applications may be picked up at
CityHall 321 W. Rutledge St., from
8:00 a.m. until 5.5 0 p.m. All appli-
cations must be turned in by August
28th, 2006 at 5:00 p.m. to be con-
sidered foi the positions.
The Cit, of Mladison is an equal op-
portunii\ employer, a drug free
workplace and recognizes veteran's
preference. l
Apalachee Center. inc


A Behavioral Health Care
Center is currently seeking:
ADULT CASE I MANAGERS
(Positions located in Gadsden,
Jeffersoni, Leon, Madison and
Taylor Counties)
A Bachelor's Degree from an ac-
credited UTni\er,.it\ or College with
a Major in Counseling, Social
Work, Psychology, Criminal Jus-
tice, Nursing, Rehabilitation, Spe-
cial Education, Health Education,
or a related. Human Services field
(A related human services field is.
one in which major course work in-
cludes the study of human behavior-
and development) and have a mini-
mum of one year of full time or
equivalent experience working'
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mental illness or a Bachelor's De-
gree from an accredited University
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or equivalent experience working
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mental illness.
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itation, special education, :health
education or a related human ser-
vices field and two years of profes-
sional experience in providing ser-
vices to persons with behavioral ill-
ness, substance abuse knowledge
preferred some local travel required
license preferred.

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plete listing of available positions:
www.avalacheecenter.org
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check.
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Action Employer.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN RE: The Estate of
EDWARD FELTON ALMAND, SR.
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number: 2006-81-CP


Find out Itorn, qvick and easy it is
to place an XNIF ad,

Call: Marv E Men Greene,
Greelle I-011blishhJ 9dy ImIc
(850) 973-4141


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'Su'. annee Valle)
Humane Society
1156 SE Bisbee Loop
Madison, Florida 32340
Two miles south of Lee off C.R. 255
From 1-10 Exit 262. Take C.R. 255
north 1/2 mile follow the signs.
You must check with us prior to
bringing in a animal. A drop-off dona-
tion is required for any animal brought
to the shelter. Our Hours: Tues. to Sat.
10:00 to 2:00 or by appointment. Visit
our website and see the animals that
need a really good home at www.geoci-
ties.com/Suwanneehs or e-mail us at
suwanneevallev@earthlink.net.
Lost or Found Pets:
If you have lost a pet or found one,
the humane society will help you find
your pet. Call us at (850) 971-9904 or
toll free at 1-866-236-7812. Leave a
message if we are closed, we will return
your call. Remember to always call
your local animal controls or shelters if
you have a lost or found animal.
,We really appreciate donations; we
couldn't operate without them. They
are the heart and soul of our Thrift
Shops' income. Please consider bring-
ing us donations of clothes, household
goods, furniture and toys. WE ASK
THAT ALL DONATIONS BE IN
GOOD CONDITION; otherwise we


cannot tell them IHANKS Please a eel
free to stop in and look around at the
ideas we have in the Thrift Shop for you
to buy.
Newspapers and Aluminum Cans:
We have a recycle newspaper bin at
305 Pinewood Dr. just west of John-
son's.Appliance/Radio Shack. We also
collect aluminum cans to recycle, just
bring them to the shelter. All the mon-
ey goes to help the homeless animals.
FEATURED ANIMALS
FOR ADOPTION
DOGS
3051 Chester is a Heeler / mix and is
only 10 weeks old. He is male and is
black and brown. He is a very cutie pup-
py.
3037 Russell is a Jack Russell mix, he
is 4 months old. Tri color cut ears and
tipped tail. He is very friendly and look-
ing for someone to love.
3029 -Amos a brown male Hound /mix
- Ridgeback /mix. Is very good with
kids and other animals.'Is a little shy
around men.
3011- MOLLY is a Pharaoh Hound, she
is a red female. Has been spayed and is
very good with children and other ani-
mals. She is just looking for a home.
3026-Benny is a boxer mix.He's a
neutered male current on booster shot,
wormed and rabies.


CA' IS
3044- Sebastian is a Siamese mix
neutered male 14 weeks old has been
feline tested neg. wormed and rabies if
old enough..
3046- Marlboro is black and white
neutered male feline leukemia tested
neg current on rabies.He is fluffy and
handsome.
3047- Capri is a gray/white spayed fe-
male current on everything.
3050- Morris is a 2 year old neuter male
orange in color. Looking for a good
home.
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 with someone.
We have kittens too. So come in and
look around, I am sure you will find
what you are looking for. We are now
doing 4 in 1 cat boosters on all cats here
at the humane society.
We always need people to hold, pet,
love, hold and walk animals so if you
can't adopt you can always come help in
many other ways.
We have many more kittens and cats
that are spayed or neutered, wormed, fe-
line leukemia tested, rabies shots. The.
Suwannee Valley Humane Society De-
pends on adoptions for AVAILABLE
SPACE. ADOPTION FEES ARE


%50 0il s hchdi NC. LLIL)D .pj ineuer
rabies, boosters, deworming, feline
lek/heartworm testing .WE ALSO OF-
FER OPTIONAL MICRO-CHIPPING
When YOU ADOPT FOR $10.00
MORE.
LOST OR FOUND ANIMALS
LOST: MALE DOG MIN SHELTIE
BLACK AND WHITE BROWN EYES
WHITE COLLAR YEARS OLD
VERY SWEET SHY.LOST AROUND
100THST AND 98TH TERRACE
AREA.IF FOUND CALL 386-658-
1059.
LOST: FEMALE MIXED BREED
REDDISH BROWN.NAME IS ABBY-
GAIL.WEARING A FADED RED
COLLAR.APPROXIMATE WEIGHT
IS 25-35 LBS.LOST AROUND 1-10
AND HWY 90.IF FOUND CALL 386-
330-5164 OR 386-209-0946
LOST: DOG MALE JACK RUSSELL
BROWN WHITE BROWN SPOTS
AROUND EYES.NAME IS
SPENCER.LOST AROUND 958 SE
BISBEE LOOPIF FOUND CALL 850-
971-5635 OR 229-740-2260.
FOUND: MALE DASCHUND RED
HEALTHY FRIENDLY.FOUND
AROUND136 WEST OF LIVE
OAK.IF YOURS CALL 386-208-0795.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE
101. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration of thie estate of EDWARD FEL TON
ALMAND, SR., deasced, Is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madion Count), Florida,
Probate Diisiton, the address of which is the Madison County CIrrk of Court, Post Office Box
237 Madison, Florda 32341. The names and addresses of me Personal Representatie ,and the
Personal Represenui's attorney) aie sel forth beluii.
All persons having claims or demands against the estate are required, 1ITHIN THREE
CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
To file with the clerk of the abose )led courl a rinton statement of ins claim or demand they
may hlie Each claim must be int ,ring and mail indicate the basis for the claim, tme name and
address of the cirdilor or his agent or anornet. and the amount claimed It he claim is noa yet
due. the date -hen il dill bnome due shall be ialed. II Ihe claim is contingent ur unliquidated,
the nature of the uncertainty shall be lated. If the (llim is s w-red, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk
v, mail one 111 copy to the personal representative
All peione interested in the estate to whom a top) of this Notice of Adminisuation has been
mailed are required, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM Tl-HE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to0 ile any objecuons they mat hate that challenge
Ihe qualiicai.ons of the pernsnal representauc, or the scnue ir jurisdiction of the Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this Notice of Admimtrati,in. Augut 11, 2006
Cars A Hardee, II
Posil Office Drawvrr 450 FRANCES GERALDINE ALMAND
Madison, Florida 32341 Per onal ReprestnLlise
Telephone. (8501973-4007 471fi Heath Avenue
Faciuilm. 8501973-8495 Tampa, Florida 33424
Florida Bai No.: 133856
Attorney) for the Personal Representamei ,



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Legal Notice
Request for Information iRFIM

The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida. Inc. is seeking sources interested in pro.
siding senrices to older adultsI under the Federal Older Americans Act Title [I-B: sup-
portie sersics. and EI.-CI & 1Il-C2: nutritional sern ices in Bay. Calhoun. Gulf, Holmes .
Jackson. Jefferson. Leon, Libert), Madison. 1\akulla and \Washinglon Counties. Prospec-
five sources must be established and hate current or previous experience in providing
services to older adults. If a contract is a%%arded for this effort, the Area Agency on Ag-
ing for North Florida. Inc. anticipates duration of not more than one )ear uith two. one-
year renewal options, pending continued funding sailability. Responsibilities include.
but are not limited to: Coordination of transportation to meal siles and for recreational
actiitits: Prosision of interactive recreational activities: Assistance in linking older
adults to appropriate aging resources; Coordination and participation in on-going out-
reach and public education acnhities: Coordination and provision of some in-home ser-
'ices for frail elders, based on needs identified through formal needs assessment actisi-
iie;: Coordination and provision of nutrition education and nutrition counseling: Delis-
er) of meals to eligible clients in the countries listed abose: and Prosision of meals to at
Least one congregate meal sile fice dais per seek in the counties listed abose.

All services must be provided in accordance smith established guidelines set forth by the
State of Florida Department of Elder Affairs Home and Communitr).Based Senrices
Draft Handbook. dated Januar) 20113. and contracts betaeten the Aria Agency on Aging,
for North Florida, Inc. and State of Florida Departmeni of Elder A.ffairs.

This Request for Information I RFi is a preliminary step to the release of a Request for,
Proposals iRFPi package on or around September 8. 2006. Failure to respond by the
deadline specified in this notice shall constitute a "not interested" response. The re-
sponses to this RFI still be used to identify those organizations interested in proslding
Older Americans Act services for the Area Agency on Aging for North Florida. Inc. in
Bay. Calhoun, Gulf. Holmes, Jackson. Jefferson. Leon. Liberty, Madison, \\akulla and
i Washington Counties. A response is required for each count, in vshich an organization
I ishes to provide services. In addition, individual RFP responses %ill be required to be
submitted for each county. The \rea Agency on Aging for North Florida. Inc. does not
intend Lu auard a Lunlrat on tdie basis of this request for information or oltherise pa)
for the information solicited.

Deadline: Written responses to this RFI are due to the Area Agency on Aging for North
Florida, Inc. no later than 2:00 p.m., EST on September 8,2006. Responses should in-
clude the organization name, contact person, address, and phone number. Only written
responses will be accepted.

Contact: Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, Inc.
Attention: Lisa Bretz
2414 Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF

MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an ordinance, which tille hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment b. the Board of County Commissioners of Madison Count.y,
Florida. al a public hearing on August 30. 2006 at 5:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the
master can be heard, in the Board Room; Courthouse Anne., located at 229 Southwest
Pincknes Siret. Madison. Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected b) any
member of the public at the Office of the Count% Courdinator. Courthouse Anne%. 229
Southwest Pinckne) Striet, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours. On the
date, time and place first above mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be
heard with respect to Ihe ordinance.

AN ORDINANCE OF NLADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA. IMENDINGTHE
FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE MADISON COUNTY COM-
PREHENSiVE PLAN. ASAMIENTED: REL \TING TOAN AMENDMENT
OF MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND. PURSULNT TO ANAPPLICA-
TION BI THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACRE \GE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163-3161
THROUGH 163.3215. FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED: PROVID-
ING FOR CHANGING THE LAND USE CLSSFFICSTION FROM IN-
DU'STRIAL TO COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
UNINCORPORATED ARE A OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA; PRO-
VIDING SEV ERABILIT1: FINDING THAT SAID AMENDMENT FUR-
THERS THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES OFTHEEX-
ECUTIVE ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR DESIGNATING MADISON
COUNTY \S A RURAL SREI OF CRITIC L ECONOMIC CONCERN.
PURSUANT TO SECTION 163.3187'1ci4.. FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
'AMENDED: REPEALING ALL ORDLENNCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PRO\ [DING SN EFFECTIVE DITE

The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date. trite and place of am continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during thZ public hearing and that no further notice concerning the
matter mill be published.

All persons are advised that. if these decide t) appeal anm decision made at he public,
hearing. they uill need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose. the,, ma) need
to ensure that a serbatim record of the prosfrdings is made. which record includes the
testimony) and evidence upon mihich the appeal is to be based.

8/18
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Request for Informationi RFTi

The Area Agenc) on Aging for North Florida. Inc. Nutrition Program is seeking sources)
interested in providing pre-plated frozen meals to senior cilitins orgtianations in Cal-
houh. Franklin. Gadsden. Gulf. Holmes. Jackson. Jffrson, Liber. Madison, Ta.lor.
%%akulla and \\ashinglun Counties. Prospective sources must be etablished and hase
current or previous experience in providing the pre-plated frozen meals to public or pri-
sale entities. [ a contract is awarded for this effort. the Area Agenc) on Aging for North
Flonda. Inc. anticipates duration of not more than onr sear eith to. one- year renewal
options pending continued funding a'ailabili.,. Respunsibililit. include, but are not him-,
ited to:
utilization of approved kitchen facilities
employment of qualified staff to osersee facility operation and meal produce
lion
delivery of frozen pre-platcd meals to indiscdual sites in Ihe counties listed abose
supplying meals uhich comply with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and pro
side L13of lie recommended dietary allowance. iRDA. for individuals 51 ears and old-
er as established b% Food and Nutrition Board of National Academy of Sciences
provision of disposable supplies lto d-rinery sites

Services must also adhere to guidelines set forth bi the Stale of Florida Department oft
Elder affairs Home and Communit-Based Sern ices Draft Handbook, dated Januar
2tl.3. and contrasts beiteen theArea Agenc. on Aging lor North Florida. Inc. and Stlae
of Florida Department of Elder Affairs.

Deadline: \Vritten responses io this RFT are due to the Area Agency on Aging for North
Florida. Inc. on September 8. 201.16 by 2:00 p.m.. EST. Onl) w written responses mill be ac-
cepied.

Contact: Area Aenc on Aging for North Flo)rida. Inc., :
Attention: Lisa Bretz
S 241 -4 MNahan Dri"'
.Tallahassee, Florida 32308

The responses to this Request for Informanon iRFli mill be used tolidentify those orga-
nizations that art qualified and interested in providing pre-plated frozen meals for the;
Area Agency on Aging for North Florida. Inc. Nutrition Programs in Calhoun. Franklin.
.Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson. Jefferson. Liberty Madison. Taslor. Wakulla and
Washington Counties. The Area Agency on Aging for North .Florida, Inc. does not plan
to award a contract or pay for information pro' ided as a result of this request. This RFTI
is a preliminary step to the reldae ol an Initation to Bid package on or around Sep-i
member 8, 2006. Failure to respond b) the deadline specified in this notice shall consti-
tute a "not interested" response.


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