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Madison, Florida 32340


County's Infrastructure

Ahead Of Schedule
By Jacob Bembry
SGreene Publishing, Inc.
Motorists traveling down Interstate .10
westbound between Lee and Madison can tak&
a look to their right and see a brand new water
tower. The water tower is: an indication that the
county's infrastructure is ahead of schedule.
-"The water tank holds 150,000 gallons of
water," County Manager Allen Cherry said.
Cherry said that the cost of the tank was
$500,000 and was paid for through a combina-
tion of grants and part of the half-cent sales tax,
which is already in place.
The water tower is part of a water and
Sewage project, which has been developed in-
terlocally between the Towns .of Lee,
Greenville, Madison and Madison County..
"Water
can be sup-


Madison," MdsnCniat
lied from ei-

thers 'Le tor a an te in
Cherry' said.
"Right now,
Lee will be
providing the
water, but if
something
happens,
Madison can
help supply
the ivater."
Cherry
noted thatep u e .
20,000 mo-
torits travel through Madison County via Inter
state 10 each day,
"As you travel up and down the interstate,
you don't see many counties doing, this," Cher-
ry said. "The plan is to get them off the inter-
state, so they can spend dollars at local busi-
nesses."
Cliherry said that the original contract called
for the water and sewer lines'.to be turned over
to the county in January 2007.
"RiPght now, we're looking at it being done
by December 1, 2006," he said.
Cherry said that the county commission
"really stepped up to the plate' on this one."


Lee Town Council


Tables Annexation

Of Properties
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.,
The Lee Town Council held its first reading
on the annexation of property belonging to
Nathan Williams at its monthly town council
meeting on Tuesday evening, October 3.
The reading of Ordinance Number 2006-
08, which will annex Williams' property, passed
unanimously.
The Town Council also voted to table the
annexation of property belonging to Tom and
Carolyn Moore (2006-09) and property belong-
ing to Felton Almand (2006-10).
All three properties being considered for.'
annexation are along Highway 255, south of
Lee.
The next regularly scheduled meeting of
the Lee Town Council is set for Tuesday, No-
vember 7, at 7 p.m.


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3 Sections, 50 Pages
Around Madison County . 5-8A
Church 9A
Classifieds/Legals 16-17A
Community Calendar 5A
Farm 14-15A
Obituaries ' 5A
School 10-1lA
Sports . 12-13A
Way Back When 5A


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lisa Greene, September 29, 2006


Former Tank And Tummy Site In

Midst Of Environmental Cleanup
By Jacob Bembry .
' Greene Publishing, Inc.
Fast Track Foods is in the midst of an environmental cleanup at State Road 53 and Interstate
10.
The former truck plaza, known at the time as Tank and Tummy, housed not only a truck stop,
'complete with showers and a laundry area, but also a food court inside. Richard Renz, one ofo
the owners of Fast Track, said that once the en% ironmental cleanup is done, a similar operation
should be built to take Tank and Tuinmny's place. It burnt to the ground. in 2002 when a fite be-
gan in the laundry area.
"We've had a lot of complications with the Department of Environmental Protection," Renz
"Please See Cleanup, Page 3A


County Commission Approves


Resolution Recognizing Big Bend Hospice
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Commission voted unani-
mously at their Wednesday, ' A i
October 4, meeting to approve
a resolution, recognizing Big
EBend Hospice., in- ad-" .
Big Bend Hospice helps
comfort terminally ill patients
and their families. Hospice
nurses stay in the homes with..
many of the patients; H hospice
counselors help family. mem-
bers adapt to the situation or
with their grief, and Big Bend
Hospice even provides music
counselors, who minister with
music to the patients.
Big Bend Hospice will -
celebrate its 23rd birthday in Greene Publishing Inc. Photo acob em r. October 4. 200
Madison County on Tuesday, Big Bend Hospice members were on hand Wednesday
October 24, with a reception. to ask the county commission to adopt a resolution recog-
at the Gazebo in the Four nizing .the organization that helps terminally ill patients.
Freedoms Park in Madison. Pictured left to right: John Peterson, Charlene Hawthorine
Everyone is cordially in- and Rex Morrison.
vited to join Big Bend Hos-
pice for birthday cake and punch. Gifts for patient comfort care will also be gratefully accepted.
The gifts may include nutritional supplements (such as Ensure), adult diapers, unscented lotion .
lap quilts, bed jackets and even stuffed animals.
Carla Braveman, R.N., Big Bend Hospice's new CEO will be on hand at the birthday recep-
tion to meet the community.


Greenville


Burglary Suspect

Turns Himself In
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.. ,
Kenneth Gallon, who was a suspect in a
string of burglaries in Greenville, turned himself
in at the Madison
County Jail . early
Wednesday morning,
October. 4,. to Sgt.
'Randy Jansch.
According to.
Madison County
Sheriff's Office re-
ports, Gallon walked
into thejailed and
surrendered himself Kenneth Gallon
to authorities. A warrant
had been instigated by Lt. Tina DevMotsis and
deputies had searched for Gallon all day.
The warrant for Gallon's arrest had been is-
.sued on charges of burglary; robbery with no
weapon involved; fleeing and attempting to


Crime Is

, .HHot Topic At

Greenville

Town Meeting
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Law enforcement in Greenville was a major,
issue discussed at the Monday, October 2. meet-
ing of the Greenville Town Council.
Chief Deputy ,Leonard Harris and Deputy
Randy Jansch were on-hand to discuss the prob-
lem.
According to City Clerk Cindy Hutto,
"They basically said that they're doing what
they can. They are limited in their deputies, but:
they did assure us that they do pay attention to
Greenville."
Please See Crime, Page 3A

Good Neighbors Help

Displaced Smithfield

Employees.

By Jacob Bembry
Greene' Piblishing, Inc.
Approximately 150 people who had worked
for years at the now-defunct Dixie Packers and
Smithfield Packing Plant have found new em-
ployment, mostly due to good neighbors in oth-
er counties.
Smithfield closed the doors to the plant on
September 1, leaving over 500 employees job-
less and the City of Madison holding a bill on a
loan it had secured for a wastewater treatment
plant to help Smithfield out several years ago.
Cindy Bennett, Employment Specialist for
Employment Connections, said that many of the
employees had been hired at Lance in Perry, a
company that processes potato chips; at Gold
Kist, a chicken processing plant in Suwannee
County; at American.Fresh Foods, a beef pro-
cessing' plant in Thomasville, Ga,; at Sunset
Farms, a sausage processing plant in Valdosta,
Ga., as well as at TM Polyfilm, a plant in Vald-
Please See Smithfield, Page 3A


Benefit Dinner This Saturday For Simmie Charles Thomas


By Jacob .Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A benefit dinner for Siinmie
Charles Thomas is scheduled for Satur-
day, October 7, from 5-9 p.m. at the
Madison Recreation Center in Madison.
The cost of the dinner is $15 per
.person and the menu includes fish,
seafood salad, 'shrimp, tossed salad,
shrimp pasta, casserole, cheese grits,
broccoli, cornbread, dessert and tea.
Thomas, who is suffering from can-
cer, is the son of Ethel. Thomas of Madi-


son. He is married to the former Valerie
Hawkins. They have three children, in-
cluding two daughters: Kimberly Fra-
zier., of Madison, and Rena Jackson, of
Atlanta, Ga.; and One son, Simmie
'Charles Thomas II, of Port St. Lucie.
Simmie Thomas is the brother of
Shirley Barfield, Delores Haling, Mar-
go Gill, Susie Flores, Allie -Edwards
and Larry Martin.
For more information, please call
Kim Frazier at. 929-3745 or Rachel
Hawkins at 973-4065.


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Friday, October 6, 2006


ac Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper.

Jacob B Readers Wants Answers About Hospital's Missing Funds


Lifesavers

I was watching a television program.on a Saturday evening
with my sister, Abbie.Gail. Many of you know that Abbie is,
mentally challenged but I don't know how many of you are
aware that sometimes she can communicate very strongly with
whomever she chooses. This particular,night, she chose to com-
municate with me.
While Abbie can talk some, she very rarely chooses to do,
so. This Saturday evening would be no different but the w ay that
she chose to communicate with me touched my heart deeply and
imbedded a message into my soul.
On the t.v. program, the daughter of Steve Irwin, the late
Australian "Crocodile Hunter," was at a memorial service where
the eight-year-old girl said, "My daddy was my hero ancd I'm go-
ing to miss him." I looked at Abbie and I asked her, "Who's your
hero?" She walked up to me and put her right finger on my heart
and poked me twice, She was telling-me I was her hero.,
I felt very unworthy of Abbie telling me that with a smi le on
her face, but I do realize that I have a tremendous obligation to,
my baby sister. I know there are things that she depends- on me
for, alone w iih her other two heroes, my daddy and my brother,
Danny. .
Abbie's acknowledgement of me as one of her heroes w as a
lifesaver that God'threw out to me.
I had a lot of health problems last week. My blood pressure
hit highs that should have left .me a dead man. I was literally a
dead man walking. When I finally made it to the doctor's office
last Friday afternoon,'my blood pressure was 192 over 142.,
All week long, I felt I had teetered between life and death. I
felt I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown and I still feel
that way even today. God knows my needs and He knows how.
to answer them.
It is so hard explaining to people how you-feel helpless and
can't think straight when your blood pressure hits that high, If
my mother had been able to, Ifeel that perhaps she could still be
alive today and not have suffered a stroke on Thanksgiving Day
1998, on her 59th birthday.
God keeps throwing me lifesavers at me, saving me from
drowning. One of the lifesavers came when a relative ran out of
a store last week, apologizing for not speaking to me inside,
"Can I have my hug?" she asked as she grabbed me and hugged
me. I hadn't felt slighted by-her, but it made me feel better as she
hugged me. I'm sure that she didn't now how bad I felt and did-'
4't realize that she w.as working as one of C Ss lifesaveri.'
Thanks, Miranda! .,, . .
Last Sunday morning at church, little J.W. Phillips looked
up at me and grabbed me around the legs and hugged me. J.W.,
who will be six on his next birthday, has a heart of gold and, I
believe if he knew that he was working as one of God's life-
savers, he would toss his little cowboy hat in the air and let out
an "Amen" ,hoop and holler!
One of my friends came by Monday and saw me while she
was in town. Her visit was another lifesaver. She had her baby
with her. I don't know if mother or baby realized that the) were
God's lifesavers during their, visit but they were. Thanks..
Robyn!
Of course, God used Julie Schindler as a lifesaver as she
worked to control my blood pressure. Thanks, Doc!
God has also used signs as lifesavers. I read one sign at the
First Baptist Church in Lee last week that said: "Father bless
Whoever is reading this in whatever you'know that they need."
Thank you, God. Thank you for sending me the lifesavers.


Re: Response By Ms. Todd
My My My, Ms Todd has much to say, however, it's all Oats
that have already Passed Through the Bull.
1st. thing. I have never called a Southern LadN a Broad: I
only called Ms. Todd a broad 2nd, I read all thatI wrote from
Greene Publications News Papers. Most of what Ix rote in my
article has already\ been written by Jacob Bembry at onie time or
another, "It's all old news".
Ms. Todd goes on to say that the Feds require an annual au-
dit by a third party, well if that's the truth, she had better hold on
to her knickers, because the Feds will surly come knocking very
soon. Now, lets get on with what I called "missing money" Ms.
Todd, do you remember the November meeting in 2004? When
you and some of your staff met w ith the country commissioners?
It was brought up that "your gonna love this" although the Hos-
pital showed it had $90,000.00 in the bank,, there was actually
only $4,000.00 dollars. At this time. Ms. Todd was on the board
and actually went looking for the money. By the way, that miss-
ing $86,000.00 that according to Ms. Todd is'not missing, was
ne. er found.
The Madison County Community Bank also had four (4)-
accounts for the Hospital that ne\ er had any mone3 in them.,My
source tells me that the Chief Financial Officer Ms. Dana
Ha* nes \\ as told not to put any money\ in these accounts. possi-
bl\ by a MNr. Gary. Ms. Todd. was there not some 440,000.00
from 2002 that is not quite accounted for or used for question-
able expenses? Or is this another hearsay of sorts. Also! There
was a $400,000.00 loan from the Madison County taw.pa\ers
that \% as not being paid, all on Ms. Todd's watch by the way. Mr.
Tim Sanders met with I believe Bob Pugh and was told by Bob
that he would pay the loan at. $2000.00 per week., Bob kept his
word and finally did pay off the loan . Ms. Todd said she is not
a PAID Hospital Employee, \ ell. gee whiz, neither was Bob
Pugh. From what I remember, Bob was never given a cent for
his services either.
Oh! Lets tell the good people of this County some of how
Ms. Todd and her bunch run the hospital's business. The Hospi-
tal has "'\our gonna really love this one" back dated incomes
from January to March of 2005 and showed it up as income for
2004. Well "well, why would anyone want to do this? My
thoughts are, it's to defraud the fine people of this County. With
all of this said, the people of Madison need to know that our cur-


rent crop of County Commissioners knew of this seam all along.
As for Mr. Bob Pugh, I don't know him, and have never met
him. However, there x as indeed a surplus -when he left, a sur-
plus of $351,000.00 dollars, when the Todd bunch met without
a quorum and decided to fire the guy. I'll say it again: there was
a $351.000.00 surplus in the bank when Bob Pugh was fired.
You ma\ also be interested tokno ', that %within (90) days from
the time Bob Pugh was fired, the Hospitals ,coffers, were de-
pleted.
One more thing I need to bring up, I ask that Ms. Todd, let
us know in writing, how many trips were paid for to Orlando
Disney World by the Hospital, not only for Ms. Todd and her
Husband. but other choice Employees and including their'
bo\ friends? Hmmmm. .
I mentioned in m) article "Indigent Care Surtax" "If You
Build It. The\ Will Come" two days later, I read the article by
Ms. Kathy Fleming that 900 people will die of strokes this year
in the big bend area unless -% e build this new Hospital. I have an
idea on that issue, a piece of 4 inch duct tape taped over some
of these mouths would reduce that problem considerably. We
also have the possibility of treating some 98.472 people from all
over these surrounding counties. Oh Bo), while were at it, lets
build aH-omeless Shelter, that aught to solidify the outcome of
this monstrosity .
Then my favorite Liberal w rites. "Darts to anyone who
votes NO. for the one half cent tax hike for the new Hospital".
Well gee w hiz again. I expected nothing else. She is also happ)
that the commissioners changed the wording on the ballot from
Indigent Sur Tax to something nicer. Go figure that one. Unfor-
tunately for us, this Hospital will be voted in by the non achiev-
ers of this County, there are just aren't enough achievers in this
County to stop this atrocity.
To My knowledge, everything I've written is the truth. I.
have asked for some records and should have them by the time
I get back from a business trip October 17th. After all. someone
needs to %work and pay for this Hospital. I will say one thing
more. I will dig and'not rest until I have in my hands the proof.
that Ms. Todd and her bunch sw indled the County of Madison.
I wonder at times, ami the onlh one in Madison County that has
a problem with this fiasco?

George Pouliotte


Dell Changing The Face Of Personal Invasion


. Is Dellconnect new online troubleshooting a godsend, or is
it a new in\ asion of pri\ acy? Dell no%% offers lie customer sup-
port done right oil yoqr computer while you w at.ch, ,Iriwp .as'
Dellconqt.slgs p;A iN e, ,C0 ppo'rt is suppo4 !O.o:;Oi4.. .,
costumer service problems for users with a broadband or w ire-
less connection that is still under warranty. Chances are you've
seen the commercials where the technician is fixing the lady's
computer while she sits back and watches it go down.
Dell.com states, "A Dell service and support associate can
access your computer, diagnose your problem and repair it
while under your supervision." This may be true, but Dell tech-
nicians have the ability to take administrative control over your
computer remotely at any time, and who's to say they won't go
looking through your system.
Dell is the primary distributor of computers to the United
States Military, and the go\ ernment is now known for their avid
disregard for our privacy. This does, not in any way mean that
the government will be spying on you through Dellconnect, they


have other ways of doing that, but the chance of someone going
through \ our private documents, files, or pictures is undeniable.
.i1 have personal'experience with remote administraMioh' ire'-
miotely itkii4g adnmiiqistrative control over a computoror server
to troubleshoot) while I served in the military: While having re-
mote administrative control over a computer, I had the, ability to
go through any file on that system with the use of a password,
and I didn't need permission from any owner or user.
Dell has spent over a hundred million dollars on their new
technical support. The money was spent primarily on hiring em-
ployees to work as technicians to support Dellconect. This
means that the likelihood. of someorie looking over the shoulder
of a remote administrator while they're at work isn't all that
probable.
.I for one happen to own a Dell computer, which I believe is
still under warranty, and I don't think I will be trying Dellcon-
nect anytime soon.
'Gabriel Thompson


CALLIn response to the article
in Sept. 29ths paper about
Lake Francis, it seems that a
little bit of information Was

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left out.
. The brown obviously is
sediment, but will it go away?
They failed to mention what
,caused the sediment.
A few years back, Lake
Francis was overgrown with
aquatic weeds. Herbicide
sprays were used to kill the
vegetation. The plants de-
cayed and sank to the bottom,
causing an enormous amount
of silt.
The Lake was beautiful
for a few years. But, the
brown silt rising was not un-
expected.
I don't believe this will go
away as predicted.
Everyone that has lived in
Florida long enough knows,
when the silt rises, it doesn't
take long for vegetation to
start growing on it, and before
long the Lakes are taken up
with tussixs.
This is a serious problem
in Florida. We are losing our
natural resources.
A few years back, I pur-
chased property on Lake Mys-
tic. I was told many stories
about how beautiful Lake
Mystic use to be, about how
they used to enjoy fishing
there. But they stopped be-
cause of the tussixs-you can't
get into it anymore.
Every fall over the past
few years, I have watched the


Lake being sprayed with weed
killer to control hyacinth. The
state pays for this to control
this particular water pant.
But, herbicides kill everything
in the immediate area. Over
the years, you see what has re-
ally happened to Mystic.
It really upsets me to look
at the Lake and. know how
beautiful it once was.
My husband and I spent
many backbreaking hours of
work trying to pull the floaters
out of the boat slip.
Then we learned about a
special boat (an aquatic weed
harvester) that was made to
clean up the waterways. I was
able to find a used one. I was
excited at the prospect of see-
ing Lake Mystic beautiful
again. The man we purchased
the harvester from had just
closed down his business in
South Florida. He told us we
didn't need permits to use the
boat because environmentally
friendly.
Silly me, I believed him.
We started cleaning Lake
Mystic. As we saw what a
good job it would do, we de-
cided to start a small business
to recoup some of the money
we had spent' on the harvester.
We were starting to make
progress on Lake Mystic when
we got a, call from Suwannee
Water Management to get the


boat -out of the Lake or be
charged 10,000 dollars a day.
Of, course the boat was out
that day. We were supposed to
have gotten a permit from
D.E.P. We were later issued a
permit to clean just a portion.
of the lake around our proper-
ty. But now the water is too
low for our boat.
We have gotten many
calls in response to our ad in
the Swapper. But the majority
of people don't call back when
we tell them they have to get a
free permit from the D.E.P.
Just recently I received a
call wanting us to come clean
a lake the next day. Since the
lake was 100 acres, I had to re-
fer him to D.E.P. for a permit.
When I didn't hear back from
him, I called. He said D.E.P.
gave him a permit to spray
herbicides instead of taking
out the vegetation.
The explanation in Fri-
day's paper about heating and
cooling of the water causing
the bottom layer of silt to rise
is not new knowledge-it seems
that the logical thing to do
would be to take the silt out
before vegetation grows on it.
And stop spraying now there
is an alternative environmen-
tally friendly way.


Norma Jean Harris


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elude, resisting arrest without violence, driving while license
was suspended and violation.of probation (county).
If you have any information on any crimes Gallon, or any-
one else may have committed in the Greenville area, please call
Madison County Sheriff's Inv. Tina DeMotsis at 973-4001.


Crime


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Hutto said that one of the suggestions offered by Harris and
Jansch was to set up a neighborhood,watch program. They also
said that Sheriff Pete Bucher had been in contact % ith Tallahas-
see, trying to get a Crime Stoppers Unit set up in the county.
In other action, the board approved a resolution to install
flashing lights at the railroad crossings at Ray Charles Avenue
and Broad Streets. The money to install the lights will come
from the Florida Department of Transportation, but the Town of
Greenville will have to pay to maintain them.


Smithfield


Cont'd from Page 1A


osta that makes bags for industrial products, such as mulch and
garden fertilizer.
The nearest neighbor to hire former Smithfield employees is
Nestle Waters, N.A., a huge water bottling facility. just outside
the small. Madison County town of Lee.
Bennett said that there had been appro.inmately 200 unem-
ployment claims filed by former Smithfield employees.
She added that Glenda Branch, another Employment Spe-
cialist, is working with the displaced employees, taking a hands-
on approach to helping them search for jobs and helping them
with skills assessments.
"Further education is an option. depending tipon their
skills," Bennett said. noting that she didn't knowt how man. had
decided to pursue trade or technical school.
Cathy Simcox, the Dean of the Vocational and Technical In-
stitute at North Florida Community College. \\as at a conference
and could not be reached for comment.
The college and Employment Connections co-sponsored a
job fair for the displaced Smithfield employees in late August.
Another one is an option. Bennett noted.
*.. "f we do. it would probably be within the next si\ months,".
she said. "'We'll have, to see what happens with the other em-
ployees at Smithfield."
Bennett said that under the Consolidated Omnibus Recon-
ciliation Act (COBRA) of 1986. former full-time employees
might still continue to receive insurance coverage from Smith-
field if they pay a greater portion of the costs. She said that this
is another area that is being addressed by Branch to the dis-
placed w worker. ,
Smithfield employees who are in need of dislocated work-
er: ser ices should contact Glenda Branch at Madis.on Emplo\ -
ment..- onnections. 850-973-9675 ,,or,, e-mail her . at,
bronche @'nt'db.or. '


Cleanup


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said. "We're about sL\ w eeks out from finding %what \e can do.
We're hax ing to mo\ e soil and replace it due to contamination."
"It's been a long process," Renz continued. "We're opti-
mistic about beginning new\ construction bN the end of the
Vear."
Renz said that he felt Madison County and the State of
Florida %were doing a -fantastic job" % ith extending water lines
and sewer lines to the interstate.
"When we had the tire. we didn't have adequate water to
handle the fire." he said.
Renz indicated that should a similar mishap occur again.
fire departments w ill ha'.e better access to w ater.


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GetA Handle On

Financial Stress
Financial stress is a common problem many households. If
you're not complaining about the high price of food, shoes, or-
airline tickets. you're just out of step with the world today. Un-
employment or rising pnces and its impact on family income are
such accepted topics of conversation that you can strike up a;
good discussion anywhere, anytime. even with perfect strangers.
Dr. Jo Turner. Familh Financial Specialist w ith UF Extension
encourages consumer to recognize financial stress by the pres--
sures it imposes on Nour family. Warning signs include some of
the following concerns:
* You find Nyourself worr ing over bills, especially ones that
are oerdue, interest on revolving credit accounts keeps pilling
up \when you only make small pay ments on bills.
* You worry over not being able to buy everything you
\ant. especially if Your children hae to do without the things
the\ want, the things other children ha\ e, or the things you w ant
them to hate because Nou never had them as a child.
* You worry because you can't save any money. Every fam-
ily should hate a sa\ ings plan, shouldn't they? But you put off
sa ing until later.
* You feel social pressures because you can't keep up with
the neighbor's lifestyle, as well as the economic pressures of
creditors or bill collectors.
* You may have family tensions leading to arguments - hus-
band vs. wife, parents vs. child.
* E\en headaches and high blood pressure may result from
these financial pressures.
Financial stress can be defined as a condition that occurs
whenever income is less than desired outgo. If you are a victim
of financial stress your only solution to the problem is to balance
income and outgo. This balancing act can take several forms:
first you can increase income. secondly. \ou can decrease de-
sired outgo and thirdly. you can do a combination of both. You
do have a choice, and it important that you come up \ ith a plan. *
Debts you o\ e must be paid out of present and future income.'
For more information on family finances and developing a
debt reduction plan, contact the Madison County Extension Ser-
vice.


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LOCAL & REGIONAL CRIME BLOTTER


Madison County...


9/27/2006
David Lee Leasure
Grand Theft
Timothy Shad Griffis
Possession of Controlle�
Substance .Other Then Co
caine/Marijuana

9/28/2006
Michael Paul Dupaquie:
- Grand Theft III
Terrance Antone White
SB u rglary. Grand Theft
Desiree Denise Tucker
Grand Theft

9/29/2006
Joshua Shawn Mercer
V.O.P. (county i
Marion Mae Hall
V,O.P. (county',
Frederick .Mlen Smith
Jr. - V.O.P. (county)
Keri Lynn Cox - Posses
sion Cocaine
Matthew Mlaxwell. Jr.
V.O.P. i(circuit)
.Joseph Michael Pate
Sell in Lieu of Controlled
Substance
Robbie Edmundson
Fleeing or attempt to allude
Leaving the Scene of an Ac
cident; D.W.L.S. Re\ oked o
Canceled; Burglary

9/30/2006
Joshua Shalin Mercer.
Damaging a Sprinkler Sys
tem .


James
Possession


Evafi: Whitten -
of Alcohol by' a


Person Under 21 Years

10/01/2006
- Antwoine Buzart Davis
d - Failure to Appear-.Arraign-
- ment;. Failure to Appear-Ar-
raignment
Jose Luis Ortiz - Posses-
sion of Marijuana Less Than
r 20gm. .

- 10/02/2006
Heather Jean Hendr\ -
- V.O.P. (circuit)
13.J. Solomon - Con-
tempt of Court iNon-Sup-
port); Contempt of Court
(Non-Support)
Maria Yaonne Taylor'-
- V.O.P. (circuit)
Stephan Duane Doty -
SBurglar%
S Hernnan Earl Yarbrough
- - Disorderly Intoxication;
Criminal Mischief (excess of
- $10001
Melh in Jaines Mathis.
- Jr. -Aggratated Battery with
3 a Deadly Weapon: FTA for
* Non-Jury Trial
- James Spears - Out of
; County Warrant

r 10/03/20006
: Derenza Marcel OherrN -
V.O'P. (circuit)
William Franklin Hicks
- - V.O.P. (circuit)
- Daniel Ray nard Choice -
Domestic Violence/Batter'
- Jamie O'Neal Hampton
- VO.P. (county)..


Hardee County Man Convicted Of Murder

In The Disappearance Of Ex-Girlfriend
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, DeSoto olated several times resulting in his incarceration. On the day
County Sheriff's Office, and the-Hardee County Sheriff's Of- Barrington was reported missing, Crews was scheduled to
fice announce the conviction of Thomas Jessie Crews, Jr., 41, have another violation of probation hearing in which Barring-
for the second-degree murder of Sondra Denise Barrington. ton was expected to testify against Crews. Crews appeared at
The trial, held in Polk County dueto a change of %enue mo- the coirt hearing and. in spite of Barrington's absence. was
tion, concluded Tuesday evening after the six-person jury de- still convicted of\ violating his probation and sentenced to an
liberated for less than four hours. The jury returned a verdict additional week in jail. .
of guilty. Crews is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 20. The Hardee County Sheriff's Office began the investiga-
In Jul 2004, a Hardee County Grand Jury indicted Crews tioi into Barrington's disappearance. On Oct. 10. 2002. Bar-
for the murder of 20-year-old Sondra Denise Barrington. rington left her place of employment at the DeSoto Memorial
FDLE special agents, Hardee County Sheriff's Office and Hospital in Arcadia at approximately 6 p.m. She was last seen
DeSoto County Sheriff's Office detectives,arrested. Crews on at about 6:30 p.m. standing outside her silver Kia, pulled off
July 21, 2004 after he left his place of employment at Olliff's of U.S. High ay 17., ust south of the Hardee County line, in
Tree Surgeon in Wauchula. a road construction site.
On Oct. 11, 2002, the parents of Sondra Barrington noti- The follow ing day, the. DeSoto County Sheriff's Office
fied the Hardee County Sheriff's Office that their daughter reported finding Barrington's car abandoned along Highway
was missing. Barrington was scheduled to attend a court 17 in DeSoto County with her purse and other belonging still
hearing that day in Hardee County regarding a domestic vio- inside. The Hardee County Sheriff's Office and the DeSoto
lence dispute between her and Cre%'s. Barrington never Count' Sheriff's Office contacted the FDLE Sebring field of-
showed up. Crews and Barrington had a previous relationship fice for assistance. Through interviews and recovered evi-
that has been described as tumultuous. They lived together on dence, special agents believed Crews killed Barrington on
and off in Zolfo Springs and shared custody of their 3-\ear- Oct. 10. 2002. and dumped her body somewhere in Hardee or
old son. both of which fueled problems causing the police to Polk County. For more than 18 months. investigators dili-
be called more than a dozen times related to domestic \io- gently gathered information and evidence and obtained testi-
lence. Court injunctions ordered Barrington and Crews to not money developing the probable cause necessary to obtain an
have contact with one another. Both violated court injunc- indictment of murder for Cre\ws by the 10th Judicial Circuit
tions. Cre\s w\as placed on county' probation. which %\as vi- State Attorney's Office in Hardee County.
Additional Arrests Made In Gilchrist County Death
The Florida Department of La%\ Enforcement iFDLEi men had bus tickets when arrested. The\ were interviewed.
Gaines ille Field Office has made two additional arrests in con- charged w ith Henr 's death and booked into the Gilchrist Coun-
nection w ith the Aug. 26 shooting death of Sidney Lee Henr-. ty Jail.
Henry's bod \%as discovered at his father's residence in The investigation continued and resulted in the additional
Trenton., Fla. He had been shot several times. The Gilchrist arrests of David Andrew Powers. Jr. and April Marie Salley.
Count\ Shenff's Office requested the assistance of FDLE Powers was arrested at a residence in Trenton and Salley at a rel-
agents and crime scene analysts in the investigation. , ati\e's house in Bell. Fla. Powers allegedly disposed of the mur-
On Sept. 11. members of FDLE, the Gilchrist County Sher- der weapon and Salley allegedly drove the murder suspects to
iff's Office and the Gaines\ ille Police Department arrested Don- and from the scene. Both were charged with accessory after the
ald Hughes and Matthew Koshowany-Pitz at the Gainesville fact. first-degree murder. They "ere also booked into the
Greyhound Bus Depot in connection with Henr\'s death. Both Gilchrist County Jail.

Live Oak Man Arrested For Battery And False Imprisnment
Live Oak 10 01 '06l- On and false imprisonment. he asked her to come over: Af- being treated for abrasions and


Monday, October 2nd, Suwan- dOn Monday' morning
nee Count' Sheriff's.Sergeant Sergeant Zimmerman was
John ' Zimmerman arrested contacted by the Live Oak Po-,
Bryant Matthew Jerkins, 31, lice Department regarding a
8452 81st Drive, Live Oak, battery that had been reported
FL. Jerkins was charged with to them but happened in the
battery (domestic violence) county. When Sergeant Zim-


merman contacted ie victim
she told him that she had gone
to Jerkins residence on Satur-
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hid her car keys. slapped her.
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Operation Spinal Tab Disrupts Prescription Fraud Ring


Operation Spinal Tab, a joint investigation
between the Jacksonm ille Sheriff's Office arid the
Florida Department of Law Enforcement. ended
with the arrest of 12 suspects allegedly passing,
fraudulent prescriptions at area pharmacies.
In Jul, 2006. JSO narcotics detectives as-
signed to the North Florida HIDTA Prescription
& Designer Drug Squad received information
from representatives with the Jacksomnille Spine,
Center that fraudulent prescriptions were possibly
being passed at several pharmacies in the area.
A \Valgreens and a CVS pharmacist noticed
that. a large amount of prescriptions for hy-
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healthy, young adults. All the prescriptions were
written by the Jacksonville Spine Center. The
pharmacists contacted the center who immediate-
ly contacted JSO.
The' investigation uncovered that a ring of
suspects were allegedly passing forged prescrip-
tions. Three of the suspects - Joseph Hanna, Jef-
fery Clayton, and Joy Guinn - %were identified as
the ring leaders. The investigation also revealed
the suspects were passing the forged prescriptions
at" pharmacies in DuVal and adjoining counties.
FDLE joined the invesugation and began pursu-
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effort to dismantle the ring.


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October 6
Our 1st Friday night sing will be a benefit sing for Teresa
Suggs, who has cancer. She is part of the Willing Vessels who
came down and put siding on our church. We will have a silent
auction, and we are accepting items for the silent auction, cakes
for the cake walk and monetary donations. Checks can be made
to the Lee Worship Center. Please call Brenda McCormick for.
information 971-4135 or 673-9490, The concert will start at
6:30 p.m. We will also have supper. Please bring a covered dish
of veggies, salads or dessert, as the meat will be pro\ ided.
October 7
The 140th Annual Session of the First Bethlehem Mission-
ary Baptist Association, Inc. will convene with the Memorial
Missionary Baptist Church in Monticello through October .7.
Moderator James B. Duval is the Host Pastor.. The Women's
Auxiliary to the Association will convene at the Greater Fellow-
ship Missionary Baptist Church , Monticello. Please come out
and join in with us during this, week of Bible Study/Teaching
and Worship.
October 7
Attention, members of the Class of 1986. The reunion is
scheduled for October 7th to coincide with MCHS's Homecom-
ing weekend. There will be a picnic for class members and their
families Saturday from 12 noon to 2 p.m, at the Gazebo in the
City Park. There will also be a'dance beginning at 7 p.m. at Di-
vine Events on the Valdosta Highway. The cost for the reunion
is $40 per couple or $25 per individual. If you are interested in
attending, please contact Kathryn Bibb Cantey at 973-3446 or
kcantev@earthlink.net, Kathy Maxwell Patman at
skpatman@email.msn.com, or Colleen Latta at colleen lat-
ta@hotmail.com.
October 7
The Singing Refleetsons will be performifig at Midway Baptist "
Church at 7 p. m.
October 7
The Sevor Cousins Family Reunion will be at the Pinetta
Baptist Church Fellow ship Hall in Pinetta. The family reunion
starts at 10 a.m. -until. Please bring a covered dish and auction .
item.
October 10
The Suwannee River Water Management District's Govern-
ing Board will meet at 9 a.m:. at District Headquarters in Live gues
Oak. An workshop \\i11 follow the meeting. Park
October 13 Mrs.
Please join the Madison High School Class of 1966 (Red two r
Devils) for their 40-year Reunion/Sock Hop on at JellyStone
Park. Festivities begin at 6:00 p.m. The cost is $5.00/per person B
We will have music; line dance instructions and lots of fun re-
newing friendships with other alumni. Please contact Howard pleas
Phillips (H: 973-6332 or B: 973-2400) or Martha Beggs (H: he sc
i7652)reserveyou-space. ';' * eek
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The Madison County Historical Society will be running the
steam engine next to the Amtrak station from 10 a.m. until em
Noon. . . cers.
October 15 Presi
Madison County Chapter of the Charmettes Inc. will host a Lead
Community Gospel Outreach Explosion at New Bethel Primi-
.tive Baptist Church on October 15th at 4pm. Community Parade
of Choirs and guest performances by Generation of Excellence night
Dance Team. For more info contact Sherika Duncan 973-7005. made


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Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cheltsie Kinsley competed in the Pre-Teen
Sunburst International Beaury Pageant on Satur-
day, September 23 at the Tallahassee Mall.
:. Kinsley competed in the 11-13 \ear-old di-
.' , vision, and took home the title, a troph\ and
u '. crow n tfor Pre-Teen Sunburst International
Beaut\ Pageant and a trophy for "MNost
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She also %%on medals for prettiest
Shair. prettiest smile, prettiest dress and
best personality.
She is in the eighth grade at MNadi-
,; son Academ. and is a member of
- , the Beta Club and plaNs on the
softball and basketball teams.
She is the 13-\ear-old
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Kinsley and the sister of
Brooke. 11: and the grand
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Friday ) October 5, 1956
ilrs. Charlotte Batchtell. of Los Angeles. California, is the
of Mrs. Marie Park for a visit. Mrs. Batchtell and Mrs.
are leaving Monday, Mrs. Batchtell for Los Angeles and
Parks for San Francisco, where she will visit her son for
months.

Bill Mack Hendry's Auto Co. is a new business located on
inge St. Bill Mack Hendry, manager, reported he was well
ed with the results of the ad in the E-R on September 28 as
ild eight cars, so he has placed another special ad in this
' paper. . .. . ' ' , . ' .

The Madison 6th grade girls 4-H Club met Thursday, Sepr
er 27 in the school lunchroom with thirteen present. Offi-
were elected as follows: President, Sheryl Williams; Vice
dent, Rebecca Starling; Delegate, Nancy Heirs;' Song
er, Beverly Gibson, and Reporter, Judy Cole.
Friday. October 7, 1966
The Madison B football team defeated Jasper Thursday,
18-7. Ernie Page made two, touchdowns and Ben Register
one. Madison and Live Oak are playing next Thursday.

Mrs. D.S. Cook and Mrs. Henry Ragans were in High
ngs Saturday to attend a shower given for Mrs. Cook's new
hter-in-law, Mrs. Butch Cooks.

There was an attendance of 125 members of the Gaston
y, at the reunion. Saturday in the Suwannee River State
Mr. J.W. Gaston of McAlpin was there and presided when
\\ere made for next October's reunion. Members of the
1y attend from Valdosta, Pinetta, Live Oak, Jacksonville and
s in South Florida. . . .
Friday. October 8, 1976
Bobby and Wendell Register have advanced another step in
efforts to become National Punt, Pass & Kick champions.
impetifion held Saturday, October 2, in Jacksonville, the
were declared co-winners in their age division for the Jack-
ille Ford District Punt, Pass & Kick competition.

Vrs. Fred Eberhart of Lexington, N.C. and Mrs. Webb Kill-
of Goldsboro, N.C. will visit with Mrs. Robert Grace on
sonville for a few days and will arrive Monday for a visit
Mrs, Lucy Chancey.
***
The Dogwood Circle met with Mrs. O.R. Hamrick with
ty-one in attendance. Mrs. O.R. Hamrick gave a most inter-
g and informative talk, and showed slides about common
ts. Plans were also made to sell bulbs, including daffodils.


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so much more!


Hattie Mae
Barkley McCray
Hattie Mae Barkley Mc-
Cray,' age 83, died on Mon-
day, September 25, 2006. Fu-
neral services will be held at
noon on Saturday, October 2,
2006 at the Young Reaper Mis-
sionary Baptist Church,
'Greenville, with burial to fol-
low in.:New Zion Cemetery,
Greenville. The family will re-
ceive friends from 2 p.m.. to 7
p.m. Friday . October 6, 2006 at
Tillman Funeral Home. Monti-
cello.
A native of Mt. Pleasant in
Gadsden County, Mrs. Mc-
Cray had been a longtime resi-
dent of Greenville. She was a
member of Young Reaper Mis-
sionary Baptist Church and
was the widow of Edmond
McCray. Sr.'
Suri% ing Mrs. McCray
are several children and other
relatit es. including t\\o daugh-
ters. Marn Ann (Andrew) Mc-
Cray of Ashville and Annette
Arnold of Madison: sons, Jim-
my Lee (Carolyn) McCray,
Tampa; Eddie D. (Annie) Mc-
Cray, Green\ ille: and Ike Leon
i Sherr i McCra), Madison: 24
grandchildren; 27 great-grand-
children; and three great-great
grandchildren: two sisters,
Gussie Rutledge. Waldo: and
Eldest King, Gainesville: and
one brother, Lero) Barkle\ of
Palatka.


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Friday, October 6, 2006


Tourist Development Council Helps Madison Prosper


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Tourist Development Council began in 1999
when voters of Madison County in pulled together and
voted on a tourist tax.
The votes were cast, the majority ruled and the Madi-
son County Commissioners appointed a council to spend
the dollars made from this taxation.
The tax was established to help promote tourism in
Madison County.


Through the tax, there is a grant program where non-
profit organizations can apply for grants to hold and host
different events to bring people into the county. such as
the Four Freedoms Festival, Greenville Country Christ-
mas, the 20th of May Celebration, Lee Day and more.
Additionally, the tax brings in money where the
Tourist Development Council can also advertise Madison
County in an assortment of publications such as the
Florida Monthly magazine, Canoe and Kayak magazine
and the Triple A magazine. Look out for your hometown


to be featured in these magazines.
When the council was first formed in 1999. the first
year of revenue was approximately 40,000 dollars and-the
budget has doubled since then.
Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber of Com-
merce, Paula Arnold noted. "Madison County residents
don't even pay for this tax; tourists in our county do.
They dine at our restaurants, stay at our hotels, shop at
our stores and the local businesses prosper from our visi-
tors."


Thompson Offers Art To All Of Madison


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Ina Thompson of Madi-
son is now offering art sup-
plies at the Mail Room.
There, is an assortment of
tools and colors that can suit
anyone's imagination and
creative side. Acrylic paints,


canvas, watercolor sets,'
drawing and sketch pads.
drawing pencil sets, paint-
by-number kits, calligraphy
sets and blank greeting cards
are just a few of the supplies
offered at the Mail Room.
Read,-made frames, mat
cutting and frame restoration


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Additionally. she is of-
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dren and adults. There is a


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Ina Thompson offers the most extensive supplies
for all your art needs at the Mail Room in Madison, and
features specialty classes for Madison residents.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, Oc-
tober 3, 2006)


Moffses Honored With Retireme


This ad has been paid for by the "Friends of the Hospital"


B\ Jacob Bemibr\

STom Moffses was honored
with a retirement reception on
Thursday,, September 28.
The reception featured a
luncheon and Moffses was
presented with a plaque for his
years of service to the City of
Madison.
During Moffses' tenure
with the city, he received more
than 16 million dollars in
grants for the city. He departed
the City of Madison in the
1980s and became the manag-
er at Relief Printing. He. re-
turned ,as city manager in
2002;
Commissioners Jim
Catron and Myra Valentine,
expressing concern over things
that were happening in the
City of Madison, including the
closing of Smithfield, and po-
tential new growth, as busi-
nesses such as Wal-Mart, Son-
ic and an upscale apartment
complex are making its move
into the city, .tried to keep
Moffses on as city manager.
Their motion was voted down
3-2.
Rick Davis is currently,
serving as interim city manag-
er and Willie McGhee is serv-
ing as interim police chief
while Davis serves as city
manager.


sign-tip sheet for art classes
located in the Mail Room.,
The first art class %\ill be
designated for children and
\\ill be held at Mar\. Kay
Blume's house. which will.
provide artists and students a
home studio to let their
imagination run w ild. The
class is scheduled for Satur-.
day, October 21 at 10 a.m.-
11:30 a. m. and 1:30 p.m.- 3
p.m.- The class- is titled,
"'lMake Youir O- n Greeting
Card." : ' '


She said. "I enjoy let-
ting children use their imag-
inations and self-expression.
I enjo% teaching adults to
help them find their talent.
Art is known to be a good
stress release. You can attack
the can% as and it won't at-
tack you back." '
.Thompson. has been in
,the art business for 40 years
She has an abundance of ex-
perience in teaching, hosting
workshops and even provid-



it Party

Tom Moffses was hon-
ored with a retirement, party
upon his retirement as Madi-
son City Manager. Showing
up at the special luncheon
held in his honor were, left to
right: Alfred Martin. Madison
Fire Chief; Chuck Hitchcock,
Public Works Director; Jack
Sealey, Purchasing Agent;
Sumpter James, Madison
City Commissioner; Tom'
Moffses; Cindy Hutto,,
Greenville Town Clerk; Myra
Valentine; Madison City
Commissioner; Paula
Arnold, Chief Executive Offi-
cer of the Chamber of Com-
merce; Cheryl Archambault,
Lee Town Manager; Dot Prid-
geon, Greenville Administra-
tive Assistant; and Rick
Davis, Interim City Manager.


ing lessons at different festi-
vals.
She .is absent one week
out of the month for her
part-time traveling position
with 'lichael's Arts and
Crafts stores.
In her spare time, she
enjoys, teaching .tennis
lessons and playing all
sports.
Recently, she helped
Ra\ and Stephen Pike finish
renovating the Four Free-
doms Wedding Chapel.
Also. Thompson's be-
come accustomed to paint-
.ing historical sites on note
cards of Madison Count\-y.
There are five indi\ idual and
two assortment pakA locat-
ed at the Retreat Spa. Jack-.
ie's Then & Now and at The
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Refuge House Serves Madison Doniestic-


Violence And Sexual Assault Victims


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing,.Inc.
The Refuge House serving victims of
domestic violence and sexual assault in
Madison has been established for approx-
imately 10 years.
Regina Watkins of Greenville is the
Outreach Counselor for all of Madison
and has teen working at the Refuge
House since March of 2004.
The Refuge House provides, a wide
array of services to victims 'of Madison.
The service's provided include individual
and group counseling, provides court-,
house programs such as filing divorce pa-
pers, filing injunctons and attending court
hearings, offers sexual violence victims
counseling, crisis prevention, offers adult
survivors from child hood sexual abuse
and sexual assault victims counseling.
Domestic violencee and sexual assault
victims are welcome at the Refuge House
w whether it be \\alk-ins or by appointment.
There is an emergency shelter for vic-
tims. The location is confidential, but as-
sistance is offered to victims who contact
Regina Watkins at the Refuge House.


O bservn


Watkins stated. "'The support of the
community is reallN appreciated. Al-
though, there is a need for more aware-
ness throughout the community of the
tragedies that domestic violence brings "
AdditionallN. the Refuge House of-
fers community education to schools.
professional organizations, and law en-
forcement. health care and social ser-
x ices agencies.


Last year, from July- 2005 - June
2006 the Refuge House of Madison,
County served 102 clients.
A.production addressing domestic.
violence %ill be held at the North Flori-
da Community College's (NFCC) Van.
H. Priest Auditorium entitled. "Scram-
bled Eggs." The stage play will be per-
formed by Faith Steps Production, Inc.
of Tallahassee that mainly addresses do-
mestic violence and some sexual assault
issues. The play will be held on Satur-
day, October 21 at 8 p.m. Tickets are on
sale in advance for $13 and \\ill be $19
at the door. Please get \our ticket toda%
by calling Regina Watkins at the Refuge
SHouse at 973-4144. Also. tickets are on
sale at the Old BookSiore. Jackie's Then
and No%% and Forever Friends. '
The Refuge House is a United Wa\
Agency that receives funds and support
from the corporation. United Wa \ "ill
hold their kick-off campaign in October
to help bring awareness to Madison res-
idents about United Wa\ and how" Madi-
son citizens can help support the
agency. .


Domestic Violence


Awareness Month


By Jessal n Covell
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Domestic violencee in
America is intolerable and
must be stopped.
Domestic Violence Awx are-
ness Month evolved in October
1981. The intent %%as to con-
nect battered w omen's adxo-
cates across the nation .\ho
were working to end violencee
against women and their chil-
dren.
In October 1987. the first
Domestic Violence Awareness'
Month was observed. That


same year the first national
toll-free hotline \xas begun.
According to the 2000 Na-
tional Crime Victimization
Survey, almost 700.000 inci-
dents of violence between part-
ners were documented in our
Nation. and thousands more go
unreported.
In the past 25 years, almost
57.000 Americans were mur-
dered by -a partner. Children
who. witness domestic violence
ofteri"grot" up believing that':
physical cruelty in relation-
ships is acceptable behavior,


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and thev may tend to perpetu-
ate a cycle of violence in soci-
etl.
Programs designed to edu-
cate men and xwomnen about
ways they can help prevent do-
mestic violence are being de-
veloped across our Nation.
Every citizen has the abili-
ty to aid and assist those suffer-
ing from domestic abuse anid to
let vicums know that support is
a .tilable thJough shelters, hot-
lines, and other services.
During Domestic Violence
Awareness Month. all Madison
Counts citizens should join to-
gether in recommitting them-
selves to eliminating domestic
violence and reaching out to'its
victims, letting them know that
help is available. With dedica-
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By Jessalyn Coxell
Giaene Pnblishin,. Inc ...
The Haunted Ghost Town
xill be kicking off on October
26 through October 3, from,
p.m. - 10p.m. for Madison res-
idents, young or old, to enjoy a
spooky good time.
The Haunted Ghost Town
changes each year and gets big-
ger and better.
There will be games such
as "Go Fish," a duck pond
game. 'Tip the Coke Bottle"
game. a bean bag pitch and
more. There is a prize for
ex er one who plays. Also,
theie will be a jumparoo and
tr.in rides.
There will be delicious,
reasonably-priced food items
such as hotdogs, sloppy joes,
french fries, .curly fries, the fa-
mous Fort Mack sloppy dog
and other various items for sale.
Last year, there were ap-
pro\imately 700-900 people
\~ho attended the Haunted
Ghost Town.
Gary Mack, owner of Fort
Mack stated, "It is something
foi the whole family to do. It
keeps kids out of mischief
around Halloween. It is a fun,
safe atmosphere to get a good
bite to eat and to have fun:"
This year, the Cub, Boy
and Girl Scouts will be helping
run the games and make mon-
ey for Troops 626 and 63 so
they can afford camp outs, field
trips and lots more.
Please come out and sup-
port a fun-filled night of good
scares and dedicated scouts.


difference by increasing safety
for thousands of our nation's
citizens and bring hope to
countless residents across the
map.


Support Troop 62 6


By Buy ing Popcorn

By Jessalyn Co . el
Greene Publishing, Inc.
As of right now, Cub and Bo) Scouts from Troop 626
are selling popcorn to help their troop raise money.
The scouts are
selling a three-piece
popcorn tin filled
% ith delicious but-
tered. caramel and
cheese popcorn.
These kernel-filled
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and serve as excel-
lent snacks for any
occasion.
To purchase
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Madison's Troop
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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida, proposes to change the use of land
within the area 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:

CPA 06-3, an application by JJH&T Properties LLC., to amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan changing the future land use classification from AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or
equal to I dwelling units per 10 acres) to RESIDENTIAL-I (less than or equal to 2 dwelling units per
acre) for property described below and to expand the Madison Designated Urban Development Area to
include the property described, as follows:


A parcel of land lying within Section 31, Township 1 North. Range 9 East, Madison County,
Florida. Being more particularly described, as follows: The East 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 31.

Containing 20.00 acres, more or less.

MADISON COUNTY


The first of two public hearings concerning the amendment to consider on first reading an ordinance adopting
.said amendment, will be conducted by the Board of County Commissioners on October 18, 2006 at 9:00 a.m.,
or as soon thereafter as-the matter can be heard, in the Courthouse Annex, Board Room, located at
229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida.
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notices concerning the matter will be published.
The public hearing is being conducted by the Board of County Commissioners to consider transmittal of
the amendment to the Florida Department of Community Affairs and to consider on first reading
ordinance adopting said amendment, which title reads, 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 AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE LAND
USE CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1
DWELLING UNITS PER 10 ACRES) TO RESIDENTIAL-1 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 2
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED
AREA OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; 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 on the date, time and place as referenced above.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Courthouse Annex, Office of the
County Coordinator, located at 229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business
hours.


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Friday, October 6, 2006


Marzuq Shrine Divan Makes



Official Visit To Madison Shrine Club


R. D. White, 2006 Potentate of Marzuq Shrine Cen--
ter, left, awarded an Ambassardor Certificate to Jason
Stanley, a Madison Shrine Club member. The certifi--
icate is for outstanding work done for the Shrine Club
in Madison. (Greene Publishing, Inc. photo by Past Po-
tentate Tommy Greene)


By Mary Ellen Greene
Green.e Publishing, Inc.
The Marzuq Shrine Center's Divan made its official visit to
the Madison Shrine Club September 14. Madison Shriners and
visitors enjoyed a delicious dinner of steak, baked potatoes, sal-
ad,.and tea.
Donnie Waldrep, Madison Shrine Club President, wel-
comed guests and members, and introduced R. D. White, the
2006 Marzuq Potentate, who then introduced his Divan.
White presented Ambassardor Certifitcates to Arnold Haire
and Jason Stanley. The coveted certificates. are for time and
work given to .Shrinedom by individuals.
.Members of the 2006 Divan, traveling. with the Potentate
from Tallahassee, included: Gordon Hancock, Chief Rabban;
Garry Smith, High Priest & Prophet; Cecil Oswalt, Treasurer;
and Ted Henderson, Asst. Executive Aide.
Potentate White spoke of the many aspects of being a
'Shriner, and told the. local Madison Shriners that, one of their
own members, Past Potentate Tommy Greene, had been one of
the best ambassadors that Marzuq Shrine had ever had. He
added that they never travel to other Shrine Centers that they are
not asked how Greene is. Also praising Greene were Chief Rab-
ban Hancock, and High Priest and. Prophet Garry Smith.
After a delightful evening, Waldrepl and his Madison offi-
cers thanked the Marzuq Divan for coming to Madison.
Other officers of the Madison Shrine Club include: Vice-
President Arnold Haire; and Sec./Treas. Jimmy Stanley..


R. D. White, 2006 Potentate of Marzuq Shrine Cen-
ter,.left, gives an Ambassordor Certificate to Arnold
Haire, a Madison Shrine member. The award is for ser-
vice beyond the call of duty.in the name of Shrinedom,
(Greene Publishing, Inc. photo by Tommy Greene).


Donnie Waldrep, President of the Madison Shrine Club, at left, introduces and welcomes the visiting Marzuq
Shrine Center's Divan. Left to right are: Waldrep; Garry Smith, High Priest & Prophet; Gordon Hancock, Chief
Rabban; R. D. White, 2006 Potentate; Cecil Oswalt, Treasurer; and Ted Henderson, Asst. Executive Aide. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. photo by Tommy Greene) .
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Brothers Arnold and Gary Haire, left to right, are al-
ways active with Madison Shrine events. (Greene Pub-
lishing Inc. photo by Tommy Greene)


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Two members of the
Madison Shrine Club en
joyed the Marzuq Divan's
official visit and meeting
last week. At left is
Richard Sowell, and a
right is Roy Ellis, a pas
president of the Madison
Shrine Club. (Green
Publishing, Inc. photo b'
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Catch The Spirit


By Vicki Howerton
As October brings
us the first little taste of
slightly cooler mornings
and- almost -chillly
evenings, we are again.
*reminded that our church
is "kicking - off" our
Christmas in- 'October
.celebration. This is our ,'
way' of beginning to col-
lect the toys for needy
-families at Christmas,
which Jean Brandies is
always the . faithful
chairperson for. Please
remember to take your gener-
ous donations to the Fellow-
ship Haltlaid later to the Priest
building, which is also the
gathering place for our won-
derful youth. The south side of
the building will soon be open
for the Christmas extravagan-'
ta, which will conclude just
before Christmas Eve. As you
begin to make your Christmas
list; please 'remember the chil-
dren. who. need .assistance
from a loving community.
Jean joyfully accepts. all mon-
etary donations from clubs,
groups,' and individuals to pur-
chase food for many. needy
families during the holidays.
The Fift.-Five Plus Club
\\ill hold its regular meeting at
noon on October 11, 2006 at
the Cooperati'e Ministries
Center. Diann Douglas. w. ho is
our Extension Director for
Madison County. \ill gi'e the
program. Please plan to at-
tend. The UNICMN Board will
be hosting this event.'
United Methodist Men
%will meet in the Fellowship
Hall on SundaN October 15th.
They always hae a great pro-
gram planned along w ith the
b ''SNFihda'- breakfast a'ail-
able in Madison. All men in
our conununity are encour-
aged to be a part of this gath-
ering
Please join us on Saturday
October 2S8th beginning at
9:30) AM for our annual
Charge Conference. Cherry
Lake. Green ille. Hanson
/Rock\ Springs. Pinetta/Hick-
ory Gro\e. and Lee United
Methodist Churches \will join
us for this annual worship ser-
vice. Reports of mans excit-
ing ministries offered through-
out our county �. ill be given at
this time. New ministries will
be announced.
Pastor Brian Sanderson is
recruiting help for our thri\ ing
\outh minister. He is an out-
standing youth minister. He
does an awesome joy leading
the youth and serving as
friend, pastor, counselor in
. this tremendous outreach of
our' church! This important
ministry affects our entire
. county and the lives of count-
. less youth along with their
families. It is one of the great-
est ministries that our church
offers, and it is growing! "We
are all extremely thankful for
that. Please ask him how you
can help to influence the lives
of . the many children and
youth who are growing in
God's love as a result of being
involved in- this caring pr6-
gram. He needs our help!
Please ask him where his
needs are the greatest. These
are all OUR youth,. and we
want the best for all the- youth
of our county. Thanks, Pastor
Brian, for inviting us to join
you where you are so diligent-'
ly working.
Our Senior Pastor Bob
Laidlaw, Pastor Brian Sander-
son and the people of the First
United Methodist Church
Madison, Florida, invite


everyone to come and worship
with us during the fall as we
move into our Thanksgiving
'an advent worship services in
the not too distant future.
Please remember to pray


4)


for; our troops and for all their
families. We have several men.
and women from our county
w ho serve in the armed ser-
vices; others from Madison
,County will be leaving soon to
join our soldiers and allies in
defending the U.S.A. and the
freedom- we are all blessed to
enjoy daily! We want to pray
for our Madison County peo-
ple along with ALL the many.
other men and women who
defend this great Countr.
In closing, I.am going to
share parts of a .-special a let-
ter from our new Pastor and .
his. adorable wife, Traci, rwho
we feel as if we have known
for such a long time. It was
written to our entire church
family. It says in part: "To


Sour family -at Madi-
son - United
Methodist Church:
Wow!
What a
warm and .heartfelt
'welcome we have
received. You have
been generous and
kind... You have
truly been the face
of Christ for us...It.
'was hard to leave
Sopchoppy and step
....- away, from the love
and comfort to un-
chartered waters, but somne-
- times when we trust God and
Step out of the boat, he has
abundant blessings waiting.
That is what ,)ou are to
us...One of God's richest
blessings!! Thanks you from
the bottom of,our heairti. We
do love, you and we are
home!" ' ,,
, Thanks. Bob and Traci.
We all lo\ e and pray for you.
We are thankful that you are
with us in this \er exciting
time in the life and ministry
of our church and communi-
ty! We pray for pastors and
churches everywN here who
proclaim the great gospel iii
such an amazing time as
this.


Lee Worship Center
Uhrte tihe 50,V Smtim "
39. Magnoha Di * Lee, FL 320-9
Puastr C,.-irihr Lasueer
Sunday ......................................................... 10:0 a.m .
Sunday Evening Worship............................. 6:00 p.m.
Thnrs. Prayer Meeting & Bible Srudy............6:00 p.m. �
A Churcti ,here E er,:re F; Somreone
Call Pasir Charles & Marj l:.u L., '-eier or Aiim. Allea & Bronda
McCorrmick ktr :a prjaer .:. a nde to cihurLh. '01.-2S41


Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene
Hli h.' j, 2:' 4 * 50.'- '.-1160
Rcl Ivitcr, 'l>'�
Sunday School ............ 10:00 a.m.
M morning Iorship .........................................11:011 a.m .
Evening W orship .......................................... 5:30 p.m.
% eedncsda, Bible Stud).................................7:30 p.m.



Reapers Of The Harvest Church
3 midl eoel .:. Gr-.-..ille. Fl. * Hi 90
sa,,, I B, . s. . S -*,- r
Sunday School...................... 10:001) a.m.
M morning \\ orship......................................1... 1:00 a.m.
Evening lWorship........................................ 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Ni-hl Senrice......................."7:30 p.m.
..........c.J-... r.i, ...v .. 3
l,- nI ..- '.t ,1, U llu 'ls ..,. ,..'. '.. ed I. , 1; ,t ' h1 ,- .'.. , L -
EVlER\(ONE Is 1LiAS WELCOME!


St. Vincent DePaul Roman
Catholic Church
NM ein. <. Suer , .j r .S I. 3.:F2428
RL . '"..., .I : rd:' l O111
Sunda....... . ..........).9:00 a.m.
Mon.. ljus.. Vied. Ma s................................ 7:30 a.m.
Thursday M ass................. . ......................... 7:30 a.m .
Saturday Ma ..................................... ............5:30 p.m.



St. Mary's Episcopal Church
!41j N'E H,-rr, - c .* - ..J. .. FL * S50-'73.-s3'?
rI, R i b-,i r' '-. V i,.., 1, . Be...,i/ ..,,,.r Wit ,,r n
Sunday) Church School.................10:110 a.m.
Sunday Holy Eucharist............................... 10:00 a.m.
Mission Board - 2nd Sunda....................... :...Il:I p.m.
Fpiscupal Church \omen - 3rd Sunday. ...11:110 p.m.
t .,'l .. LI,t. ... I.1.. .11..'t.


Happenings At Ma4
By Nell Dobbs
The week proved to be a busy one for the.
entire church family. Our deacons met for
breakfast and a meeting, while the chamber or-
chestra met to prepare for worship time. What.
a wonderful way to begin a new month and first
day of the week by attending Sunday School
and worship at First Baptist Church. "All age
groups from nursery to senior adults have.a a
place to study God's word at 9:45 every Sunday
and we in ite you to join us.
Brad Clark, the youth minister, and his
\ ife Kendra, hosted a group of young people
on Sunday at noon for training in youth evan-
gelism. On Thursday, October 5th the Clarks
began a sixteen-week:course in adult disciple-
ship. .This is training in what Baptists believe
and w hy. and will enable those who complete
thecourse to mentor others.
Tuesday morning the senior choir met at
10:00 to go to Dowling Park to sing for the res-
idents of the nursing home. This happens every
%week and you are invited to join the group as,
we sing'cerely bring a little sunshine into the.
lives of those at Lake Park, Madison Nursing
Home, Hughey Center and Dowling Park. Plan
now to join us next Tuesday.
The Senior Adult Ministry iSAMI met on
Wednesday for its monthly dinner meeting.
Jackie Garble, the new president, and Jud.\
Phillips. the past president, presented a program
on world hunger. ,October is world hunger
month throughout the Southern Baptist Con-
vention and churches across the nation are giv-
ing pennies and silent money to help alleviate
world hunger. Rice bowls for collections are
available at the church and should be turned in
during worship No\ember 5.


St.,fohn Damascene
Orthodox Catholic Churc


141 SW Broad %e * Greenille, FL 32331 * 850-94
Reverend Fahier TJ. Payne
Bishop Ale.xanider Bartholomew'
Sunday - Eucharist Mass (Divine Liturg
10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Lee United Methodist Church
H,,\ 55S5 * L-e FL * 'i."71-.550*
Pjc.hjud Q-u.i,,,u.h. F.,ioi
M morning VW orship ... ... .... ....................... .......... 9:10) a.m.
Sunday School..................... 10................... 1:00 a.m.
Morning H worship. ......................................... U:00 a.m.
Sunday Etening W orship ........................6..........:30 p.m.
Men'S Fellow'hip Breakfast
Stcond Sunday.... ........................................ 8.111au a.m
MtLnrple .W ckl,, PlhI. Srlie. 'A : ni i .e-
' C "o' .ofi e L C., C trinit, iln/h CIiri1'



Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
.4 Fr' ,' i'. Itl' il
Cherri L.ak. FL * ')-29--1355
Re' v t A h ,', / R.ht-, .. n. fr
Sunday School............................................... 45 a.m .
Pastoral Sunday 1 1 & 3rd sr,.da....................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church .dnd urd............... ...........11:00 a.m.
Pailoral Study i4[ Surna, ............................ 11:00 a.m.


U. U


S i F


First United Methodist Church *


Since L3u * H-owr, at Ritl.-IJ-g 5 * SI50-'o.73 6295
, f,.-.t; rE E Lamdlaun
* R al i S ,,t i '...r .l.. I..' a ,i , ' . 'airn Cirarw . La. L ijer
. . Service of r ord & fable ..............................8:30 a.m.
. Sunday) School..............................................9:45 a.m .
Sunday Morning . Wrdntsdai All oiiih igradrs 6-81.......f6:30-8:00 p.m.
SYouth Igradts 9-12 ....................................... 7:11ol p.m.
Men's Felloi.hip Breakfast 3rd Sun.;........8:00 a.m.
Womcn's Meeting & Lunch Ilt Mon.i.....12:01 noon


Greenville Baptist Church
13ri5 S W .. i .. .St . C,. . ,II. FL * -,V . ' 3-1 4 ,5 3
Stndah Schonl -All Agesr ....................10.100 a.m.
Sunday) Mofrning W)pr,hip ...................... lI:iff am.
Sunday LE.ening W,)rhip.... ...... ..... .......7:00 p.m.
Sunday Pri--school, Studnis. and
AdulLs Choir R leaitails.. ............... .............5:30 p.m.
Wdnridas Prt-scli.ml thildrtn,
iluth & Adult Bibkl Studis ............ .........7.il'j p.m.
Isl Sunda% tiry mnth-Mitn', Bralklfasi........ 8.UU a m.
- all ii ii...-



Madison Church of God
71 NE C-..i,r Kcll' Ii.-, MIdi'.'n. FL
Ufl.J-.'' .I' * l, U. LI . , 31.'.. Pu0,r
Sinda) School................... ...................... 10:01u a.m .
M morning W orhip......................................1... 1:00 a.m.
Evening \norship........................ 6:01) p.m.
* \Vednc,,day Bib - Sludi................. .......... 7:011 p.m.


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Hanson Unit(
N0u NE I
h t7 5 miles fromI Madi
48-_8 , , II
Sunday School ......
Morning Worship.
Sunday Evening B
Choir Practice Sun
y ' Wednesday Evenin
All Are V


ed Methodist Church
D.is,i Sueet * H.an'n. FL
on or, H' - 14-5, umrn nrit ,:n Daisy)
ir"Al" rriojun,Pi,tor
......................................... 1(1:00 a.m .
.......................................... 11:15 a.m .
ible Stud.........................6:00 p.m.
da) Eening....................5:00 p.m.
g Prayer Stnrice...............7:00 p.m.
Welcome, Please Come!


Faith Baptist Church
1135 L'S 90 Eat.i * MadJ;...-,. FL * 80.973-2887
Pj r-R.uit)y"ru Bti ut- * Ail .. ,. i..ur-.Ante" Lt W.'i.-, a n
Sunday School............................................ 9:41. a.m.
Morning 1% orship.....................................11.... 00 a.m.
Church Training.............................................6:00 p.m.
Eeing orhp..................................... .....7:00 p.m.
II /,'?. Prayer Meeling, �t dneday.......................7-8:0( l p.m.
L. H- Famili Night Supper, Is %,ednesday........6-7:00 p.m.
SLia Puppell Minmstr. Sunda)..............................6:00 p.m.
GRO , Visitation. Monda)....................6:.... 630 p.m.


Fellowship Baptist Church
One rrmile r nc.rh. " frl , ,:on nr. 145
.it, .c 1/, .i" 'i i t. P.iF h r
G.r, Ga: i.?a. Di.:.'i - . �. i.lc liai, tsidrint Paslor
CYouth *. Clidren' Mirini-. :.:.e '.n.c ri idult Muh try
Office 051- "' 032.6
Morning Worship....................8:30 a.m. & 11:01) a.m..
Sunday) School.......................................... 10:00 a.m.
W'eddesday: Famis Night................Call lor schedule
'A Fntl. t r.ittr,- * C*.*,uernptrar- r trlhip'
If nlcir ii,d11 ,1 .IN.',n r c .i.,p. ..a ll .-9"73.' 3'66


Grace Presbyterian Church
i C.njgreg'ali .. :. the Pre , ,I.-Ia'i Churcnh In A e'idj
:-'5 i,,h,. H .F'.v ,',rd
.f8 Nont, W..hnch. N ,4 � * di-..:.n. FL * .'692
Sunday School For All A.!e..................9...:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Vorship...................11. 0 a.m.
Wed. Fellowship Supper'Bible Study.......6:00 p.m.
Youth Groups Ist - 12th Grades................6:30 p.m.
Chuir Practlice......................................... 7:30 p.m .
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast.................7:111 a.m.
Corne Hirsbtp '.J Scr e nift F'-'


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dison First Baptist

Not only did our, senior adults meet on
Wednesday, but every Wednesday children and
youth begin arriving about 3:00 p.m. for chil-
dren's choir activities, homework- and study
time, dinner followed by AWANA, and Youth
Wired Wednesday - M-Pact Youth. If yofi have
a child or youth and would like for them to be a.
part of any of these groups, please call the
church office at 973-2574 for more informa-
tion. The adults meet on Wednesday nights at.
6:30 in the. fellow ship hall for Bible study and
prayer. Thie sanctuarN choir meets after prayer
meeting to prepare to lead in worship on Sun-
day. During worship Pastor Clyde is leading us '
in a stud\ of the book of Revelation... He is
:preaching about the seven churches. He Te-
minded us that each church received' a com-
mendation, complaint, and correction. Of a.
worthy note to the church we studied this past
-Sunday is that in all our business, we remember
to -look for the return of Jesus!. .
This Friday night. October 6th, our youth
group will host a fifth quarter get-together at
First Baptist Church in the Fellowship Hall and
) south rbom after the,football game until mid-
night. If you would like more information, eall
-Brad at the church, office at 973-5247.
* Remember to lift inprayer all who are a
part of our family and need our prayer support
because 'of sickness, death of loved ones, or
some other trouble. Claim for yourself and
them the promise that: ..
"The church's one foundation. is. Jesus
Christ, her Lord; She is His new creation, by
.spirit and the Word: From heaven He came and
bought her .to be his Holy bride, with His own
blood He bought her and for her life He died."
SEE l'OU ON SUNDA 1!!!











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Friday, October 6, 2006


Brookins Continues Position As



Guidance Counselor For MCHS


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Richard Brookins of Madi-
son is the guidance counselor
for ninth and eleventh grades at
Madison County High School
(MCHS).
The other guidance coun-
selor at the high school is Becky
Sellers, who is in charge of
tenth and twelfth grades.
Brookins and Sellers will
rotate each year so that they. can
be with the same students until
graduation.
Brookins came to the high


school as the new guidance
� counselor in September 2005.:
He was a graduate of
MCHS and continued his edu-
cation at North Florida Junior
College (NFJC) where he ob-
tained his Associate in Arts. de-
gree.
After completing school at
NFJC, he joined the military
where he was stationed at Eaker
Air Force Base in Arkansas. In
Missouri, he attended Park Col-
lege where he received his
Bachelor of Science degree in
Social Psychology. Currently,


he is attending NFCC where he
is working on completing the
rest of his education courses.
Altogether, he served in the mil-
itary for 22 years. Also, he is a
proud retired Master Sergeant.
Brookins' family includes
his wife of 36 years, Edna, three
children and five grandchildren.,
"I have always wanted a
career in education. Just the
thought of helping guide stu-
dents is fulfilling. Knowing that
we are giving all that we can of-
fer to them," said Brookins.
Most people think that be-


ing a guidance counselor is a
piece of cake, but they are
wrong. Counselors work with
schedules, making sure that stu-
dents receive the proper courses
at the proper times, make neces-
sary changes in schedules, ad-
minister assessment tests such
as the FCAT, ACT,' SAT and
more.
Additionally, Brookins de-
livers presentations that are
needful and helpful in the class-
rooms ,such as peer pressure.
anger management and study
skills.


He noted, "We need to ad-
dress those things."
Brookins guides students in
the media,'center on computers
with making plans post high
school. These specific programs
determine what skills. and
strengths they have that will
help them find the careers and .
help them focus on an appropri-
ate major.


He stated, "I work with the'
highest respect of staff. I've al-
ways been told, if you want to
feel young, hang around the
young. Being a guidance coun-
selor sure is a lot of work, but its
fun."
Brookins said, "I work with
a terrific group of people and I
feel very privileged to work
here."


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. Richard Brookins is going on his second year as
one of the two guidance counselors for MCHS. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell. October 3,
2006)


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'ovel vorite subject is 1k
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nig. Inc. l abea 0 1.1re
K e o n d a subject is math. \
3ald% in is the . .. In her spare
aughier of E\e- time, she ernios
Nn and Thomnas % hanging outLI
3ald%%in. with friends and
She is a se- K e o n d r a goig s hoppirng. '1f
ior at the NMadi- Baldwin is a She attend,,
on County High MCHS senior Jeho\J \\ witness
schooll IMNCHS . who wants to Kingdom of ,.
At the high become a anes- Hall.
school. she is a thesiologist af- When asked
member of Col- ter graduating to describe her-
ege Reach-Out high school. self in thiee
r o g ram a
CROPi. \ords or
For school. she pla\s less. Bald-
.owgirl \olle\ball \\ in stat-
After completing high ed. "'Car-
chool. she plans on attend- rig. lo\ -
ng college to become an ing and
anesthesiologist. trust -
Her favorite music is I- ,'
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The Fads! NKC Releases 2006 Fac Book


College compiles data on enrollment, services to district, finances


Did you know that NFCC
provided over $200,000 in free
college tuition to local high
school students last
year? It's a fact in
the new NFCC 2006
Fact Book. Every-
thing 'you ever want-
ed to know about en-
rollment, degrees
awarded, distance
learning, dual enroll-
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and finances at
North Florida Commiunity Col-
lege is now available in the 2006
Fact Book published by the col-
lege.
NFCC's Office of Institu-
tional Research, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Jessica B. Webb and
assistance of specialist Carolyn
Thigpen, compiled current and
historic data related to college
operations and student enroll-
ment into a hardcopy and online
booklet. It is available to the pub-


lic free of charge by request or
by going online to
www.nfcc.edu, key word FACT-
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Want to know
how NFCC transfer
students stack up
against the state av-
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point average?
Page five reveals
that NFCC students
consistently have
GPAs above other
transfer students - 3.02 GPA
compared to 2.90 state GPA av-
erage in 2003.
Did you know about 61%
of students are female and
40% are male? Or, that Mor-
ris G. Steen, Jr. is the seventh
president*of NFCC?
For more information
about the NFCC Fact Book,
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MCCS Features Two New Guidance Counselors


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Amy Barfield of Madison
and Mike Steele of Monticello
are two new additions to the
Madison County. Central
School (MCCS) administra-
tion.
Amy Barfield has been
working within the Madison
County school system for 28
years. Before accepting a guid-
ance counselor position at
MCCS, she worked as an Ex-
ceptional Special Education
teacher at Madison Middle
School and MCCS, and a Ex-
ceptional Special Education
Staffing Specialist.,
Her job includes offering


group counseling, calling par-
ents, heading a child study
team that.offers services.from
the Appalachee Center, per-
forming testing for students
who speak different languages,
special services, ' transfers,
schedule changes, work with
reading. coaches and the cur-
riculum specialist, performing
presentations, finding re-
sources and teaching strategies
for teachers and more.
Also, she administers tests
such as the FCAT, the Florida,
Kindergarten , Readiness
Screen (FLKRS), Comprehen-
sive English Language Learn-
ing Assessment (CELLA) and
other tests.


Annie Moore Barfield, better known as Amy
Barfield, has served Madison County for 28 years.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, Oc-
tober.4, 2006)


"This year has been- a
learning experience. I have re-
ceived a lot of help from long-
time former guidance coun-
selor, Demetria Phillips, and
new guidance counselor, Mike
Steele. I really enjoy getting a
chance to talk one-on-one with
the children. I like interacting
with children, it's a pleasure."
In Barfield's spare time,
she collects frogs for her home
and at her office at the school.
She enjoys reading and travel-
ing to new places.
"I enjoy myself; I love the
Lord and I love serving the
Lord. I am a devout member of
Shiloh Missionary Baptist.
Church in Greenville and Rev-
erend Marcus Hawkins is a
blessing," she said.
Her family: includes her
husband, Raleigh; two sons, a
stepdaughter. and three grand-
children. Her son, Raleigh
Barfield is married and has
two boys and a girl. Her other
son, Brian Barfield, attends
college at Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical University in
Tallahassee. Also, her step-
daughter. Gretta Barfield-
Woods is married and has one
bo\ anid one girl.
Barfield noted "If you put
forth 3 our best effort and do
your best than that's all that
you can do. In Madison and at
.the Central School, everyone
knows everyone, its like one
big family here."
Mike Steele of Monticello


Mike Steele is a new guidance counselor at MCCS who enjoys helping kids and
making a difference in Madison.. He is pictured with his family, left to right: Mariel,
Joyce, Mike, Mikaylee and Zak Steele. Not pictured is new baby girl, Ella Grace
Steele. (Photo submitted by Mike Steele)


may be new to NICCS. but he
is no stranger to, guidance
counseling. He. has been a
guidance counselor for four
years, and worked at Aucilla
Christian Academy before be-
coming, the latest addition to
MCCS.
"I enjoy working %,ith
kids and making a difference."
stated Steele.
He is highly qualified for
a guidance counseling posi-
tion, holding an Educational
Leadership degree from Flori-
da State University (FSU) in
Tallahassee, a Master's Degree
in P-schology and Counseling


from Troy University in Al-
abama, and a Bachelors of Arts
degree from Columbia Col-
lege.
His occupation includes
counseling students, parents.
and even teachers. Also, he
handles, scheduling issues and
some discipline, special educa-
tion issues and coaches foot-
ball at MCCS too.
Steele \%as out onl\ a day
and a half at a seminar he held
.in Orlando and missed the kids
and the staff. He was ready to
get back to school and back to
work. "I was ready to come
back, I missed the students and


the staff. MCCS pro\ ides a
great community and family
enm ironment.
His family includes his
wife, Joyce, and four children:
Mariel, .17; Zak, 12, who is a
star quarterback for MCCS;
Mikaylee, who is a fifth grade
student at MCCS, and the
newest family member, Ella
Grace, who is four-weeks-old.
In his spare time, Steele
enjoys attending Elizabeth
Baptist Church, performing
morntational speaking all over
the country, and in the
Caribbean, -working out, and
spending time with his. family.


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kids for years. He spoke about the history of Appleseed and why he is an impor-
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Friday, October 6, 2006


COWBOYS HOMECOMING 2006 -MULBERRY


By Janet Schrader
Greene Puiblishing, Inc.
So what exactly is a Mul-
berry? Mulberry is a Class 2-A
school, currently 3-2 for their
season. Their team is called the,
Panthers.
Offensive coordinator for
the Cowboys, Mike Coe, said
Mulberry has already qualified
for their district playoffs, They
are 2-0 in district play. This is
the first time in 22 -years the
Mulberry Panthers have made.
it to the playoffs.
According to coaches Rod
Williams and Mike Coe, Mul-
berry. looks like Madison.
"They are very similar to us,"
Coe said. "They run the Wing-
Toffense and a 5-2 defense just
like we do."
Defensive coordinator Rod
Williams said, "They run pretty.
much the same offense and de-
fense we do.",
\\illiams said that should
help the Cowboys. "It helps'
:that we're similar teams."
Williams said. "We have a lot
of boys that plaN both sides of
the ball. They know that of-
fense."
The) should be similar to


Madison. Mulberry first-year
coach Ken Grantham was a
linebacker coach for the Cow-
boys for one season in 2004.
Look for Mulberry senior run-
ning back Mike Knight to arrayy
the ball for the Panthers. Knight
ran for over 200 yards in their
last game. a big 48-26 win over
Lake Placid. Mulberry running.
back Jerrell Carr ran for 122
yards with t\\o long touchdown n
runs. Mulberry had 96 passing
yards from two quarterbacks.
Coe said the Co\\ bo\ s got
on a roll against Ta\lor County.
"We had three backs rush for
over 100 yards," Coe said.
"'That's the first time this Near
wve went over 500 yards total
offense."
Coe says, the guys need to
improve catching the ball.
.'*Blake's throwing the ball
well," Coe said of quarterback
Blake Sapp. Sapp's premier re-
ceiver Bernard Brinson \\ill be
back in dihe lineup tonight. Brin-
son is coming off an ankle
sprain. Running back Chris
Thompson is still on the injured
list. He probably won't see any
playing time against Mulberry.
Andre%\ Edwards. Harr Red-


dick and Jordan Johnson will
" be carrying the ball for the
Cowboys.


"If we play as we're capa-
ble, we'll do fine," Coe said.
"Judging by practice yes-


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and won't stop until they win a
game.
The Latma Christian
Academy is Associated with
the Florida Christian League, a
part of the. Florida High School
League.


to go, there's a lot more enthu-
siasm on the practice field. It
hurts them to lose to anybody.
If they lost to the Green Bay
Packers, it w would hurt them.
They expect to win and that's
what we teach them."


Cowgirls

Take Taylor

In Three
By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Cow girl volley ball trav-
eled to Taylor County for. a
match on Thursday. September
28. The Cowgirls easily han-
dled the Lady Bulldogs, %%in-
ning the match in three short
games. The Cowgirls won the
first game 25-15. the second
25-13 and the third game 25-
17.
Megan Jackson was the
star of the match with 24 kills.
23 assists, five aces and three
digs. Ashley Haynes had 11
kills. four assists, seven aces.
three digs and two blocks.
Lauren Maultsby is
emerging as the leading setter*,
for the Cow girls. Maultsby
had 32 assists against Taylor.
She also had three kills and six
aces.
Alexis Stalnaker had four
kills and one assist.
Caitlin Griffin had one
kill and eight assists.
Alexis Sowell had siX
kills, two assists, one ace and
one block.
Brittany Dails had two'
kills, one ace and six digs.
Brittany Bezick had two
kills.
,..,Niaisha Taylor had five
S .Naquita Wilson had two
s and Kr)stal Umphenour
had four digs.
The Cowgirls have one
more regular season match,
Oct. 10 against Jefferson in
Jefferson Count), then it's off
to the district tournament the
following week in Hamilton
County.

Latma Lambs Flag Football
Beats Northside Christian
32-0
The Latma Lambs Flag
Football team won a big victo-
ry against the Northside Chris-
tian Academy out of Starke.
32-0. This was Latma's first
home game in Madison. The
Lambs' pre ious game w as
against Monticello Christian
Academy on September 22,
and also resulted in a victory
by the score of 22-18.
Coach Robinson, stated,
"There \\as an offensive strug-
gle on both sides, but the Lat-
ma quarterback Rashad Mc-
Donald was not stopping for
nothing." Robinson added in
the third quarter of the game,
there was a pass play from Mc-
Donald to Xavier Brow n.
Brown was given the opportu-
nity) to run a 70-yard touch-
down. The team played an ex-
cellent game.
The Lamb girls volleyball
team lost to Northside Christ-
ian Academy 3-0. They are
currently 0-3 for the year, after
previously losing to both
Corinth and Monticello Chris-
tian Academies by scores of 3-
0. The girls' last volleyballl
game w ill be against Creekside
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ber 17 at 4 p.m. at Latma
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and support ) our future leaders
of tomorrow. The Coach said
that the girls played their best


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Cowboy Golf Does Well

Against Lake City
By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"We did pretty good against Lake City," said Cowboy
golf coach Bruce Thames. Lake City won the match with a
score of 150 to Madison's team score of 164, only: a 14 shot
difference. That was pretty good according.to Thames, con-
sidering Lake City had a star golfer, Blaine Barber. that shot a
31 on the Madison Country Club course.
: Ean Schnitker had a 37. Trent Ragans shot a 39. D\ lan
Barrs shot a 43 and Jordan Tippette had a 45.
This was the last regular-season match for the Cowboys.
Monday, October 9, Madison hosts the district tournament.
Madison plays in Class 1-A, District 4. The tournament will
include teams from Baker County,-Bradford, Branford, Hanmil-
ton County, Lafayette County, Madison County, Santa Fe.
Suwannee, Taylor County and Union County.


Evan Schnitker was low medalist for the Madison
Cowboys' team with a 37. Lake City golfer Blaine Bar-
ber shot a 31. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Janet Schrader, October 3, 2006)


Dylan Barrs tees off against Lake City. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, October 3,
2006)


Madison County Central School


Volleyball Struggling


#22 Reiva Copeland and #14 Savannah Richards
return a shot. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet
Schrader, September 29. 2006)


#21 Courtney Williams
returns a shot #14 Savan-
nah Williams and #22 Rei-
va Copeland waits to as-
sist. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Janet
Schrader, September 29,
2006)
By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Central
School has a huge team of
Lady Broncos, and seems to be
hanging tight while struggling
to win more games. Currently,
the team is 3-8. MCCS defeat-
ed Hamilton Middle twice and
Suwannee once and lost to
Suwannee .once, both Lake
City teams twice, lost to Holy
Comforter and lost two 'games
to Perry Middle.
Coach Donna Odom said
this is her last year as a coach
and. has seemed to have had
trouble getting the girls to
work as a team this year. The
team is made up of girls from
the sixth grade through the
eighth.
The Lady Broncos took on
Hamilton Middle at home re-
cently. The Lady Broncos eas-
ily defeated Hamilton in two
games. They won the first
game 25-15 and the second for
the match 25-23.


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#22 Reiva Copeland is an assett to the Bronco vol-
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FARM,


Friday. October 6, 2006


MCCS First Graders Plant Hairy Willies


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc
First-grade students from
Deborah Sail's class got to
plant some Hairy Willies Fri-
day. September 22. Rebecca
Miller. Madison Counry's 4-H
Agent, visited the students,
along with the Assistant Di-
rector of the Farm Extension
Office. Theresa Williams.


These two ladies had the
children planting seeds while
the) learned about growing
things and what plants need to
flourish.
Miller and Williams came
to visit the school with a
rolling gardener's shed. They
pulled plastic cups, potting
soil and seeds out of the con-
tainer and set up everything


the students would need to
plant. First they set out plastic
cups complete with colored
markers. The kids decorated
the cups by turning them into
faces with the markers. Miller
explained that the rye seeds
they would plant would sprout


and make hair for their faces.
The students learned ho\\ to
maintain their plants., where to
put them at home so they
would get enough sunhght to
grow, and after the rye seeds
%were planted, they were al-
lowed to take them bome.


Deborah Sails' first-grade students paint faces on
the cups that will hold their Hairy Willies. L to r: Amber
Bass, Amber Bennett and Jackie Roebuck. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, September
25, 2006)


Madison County 4-H Director Rebecca Miller (sec-
ond from right) and Program Assistant, of the Madison
County Farm Extension Office, Theresa Williams, pass
out potting soil and seeds to the first-grade students in
Deborah Sails' class.Ta'Mya Robinson holds up her cup
of soil to show Miller how full it is. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, September 25, 2006)


Program Assistant of the Madison County Exten-
sion Office, Theresa Williams, (left) and Madison Coun-
ty 4-H Director. Rebecca Miller, show the students of
Deborah Sails' class how to plant their rye seeds.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, Sep-
tember 25, 2006)


Cattle ID-Tag Debate Heats Up


By Janet Schrader cent said they would expect to
Greene Publishing, Inc. get higher prices for their beef
A local rancher. .\\ho after the program \\as in 9per-
�\vi-shes to remainr.anon. mouse. .., alon.-. . i".!... .. n'-.r';
came into Greene Publishing, Feasibility tests for the
Inc., to discuss cattle electron- system are .currently being
ic ID tags. He said he believes conducted across the country.
electronic .ear tags will be- A Montana State Linier-
come mandatory by 2008. Abb sity Extension official tracked
Townseid of Townsend Live- calves from a ranch through
stock Market said he believes an area auction. They discov-
it will be a long time before . eed it's possible'to scan an
the USDA and the go% ernment electronic ear tag while the an-
are able to implement a na- imal is .moving, handheld
tional electronic animal track- wand-type scanners work.
ing program,. best, metal fences can inter-
In the Dec. 2005 issue of fere with the signal from some
cattle industry magazine Beef, scanners and cattle can be'
the results of a survey were re- tracked with some accuracy
leased regarding electronic ear from a ranch in. one state, to a
tagging. In this survey, 68.9 pasture in another state to a.
percent of those producers feedlot in a third.
polled said they felt a national There are. three steps to.
system of tracing animals.for getting the NAIS in place. The
health purposes is necessary. first is registering all pretnises
'The survey had 55.5 per- with unique ID numbers This
cent believing such a system must be accomplished accord-
should be mandatory with ing to the USDA by 2008. The
34.1 percent' saying it should USDA expects 25 percent of
not be mandatory., When asked the producers to be registered
if the) were in favor of the by 2006.
National Animal Identifica-
tion system as it was being P
presented, 29.3 percent said
no while 25.7 percent said yes.
Polled ranchers said their
biggest concern was the cost
of the prograth and labor re-
quirements for producers.
Many (21 percent) were
concerned about data confi- pl
dentiality. A whopping 73.7
percent of the producers
polled said they already track
and ID their cows with some
kind of system other than a
hot-iron brand. But only 14 s I efIterl' CL
percent of that 73.7 percent ti yWffBalt -,
said they use electronic ID t Rut ufras O.
tags.


The USDA's plan for im-
plementing electronic tagging
requires livestock premises to
be registered and cattle enter-
ing commerce to be individu-
ally ID'd by NAIS tags Jan. 1,
2008. The plan also calls for
all animal movements to be
reported beginning Jan. 1,
2009. The poll listed 57.5 per-
cent as .believing this plan to
be reasonable with only 20.1
percent thinking it was too
fast. Seven percent of those
polled said they would exit the
business when the program
becomes mandatory, 41 per-


The next step would be
for all livestock to be identi-
fied individually or as lifetime
.pro4ucitiotOi.po� 4,ihiqn qwe
and standardized identifica-
tion numbers. This is mandat-
ed to be completed by 2008.
The last thing to be im-,
plemented is the whereabouts
of each of these ID'd animals
must .be. reported as they
move from .onhe uniquely
identified premises to anoth-
er. This system must be in
place by 2009.
The tracking '6f the
whereabouts has become the
subject of a lot of debate
within the cattle- producing
industry. The USDA decided
to privatize the database. The
decision is supported by the
National Cattlemen's Beef
Association. On the other
side of the debate is the rest
of the livestock industry. The
Cattle Industry Working
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386-362-1887


private sector. by NAIS should develop the Jlivestock market ow
From the beginning, the animal tracking system. Townsend said the Live
USDA stressed it would The local rancher sa)s Market Association doe
ulpild, maintain.iaqd pa� fpr even though he..s ,m. favpr, of feel this burden should b
the animal movement data- the system, ,he has no idea on the market owners.
base. In August, theN changed how the government will im- The local rancher sai
their minds and decided to plement it., He said it is a premises are registered b
,place the cost of the: system,' huge undertaking. Townsend "is not %et tagging his
on the industry. The USDA feels that too much of the bur- with electronic ID tags
.also stated a consortium rep- den for the actual tracking of has approximately 200
resenting all sectors impacted the animals will be placed on of momma cows.
Final Signup Announced For Hurricane

Assistance To Forest Landowners,


Florida Agriculture and.
Consumer Services Columis-
sioner. Charles H. Bronson to-
day announced the' final
signup to assist forest
landowners impacted by the
2004 hurricane season., The
Department's, Division of
Forestry will hold the third
and final' signup for enroll-
ment in the Forest Land Re-,
covery Program (FLRP) from
September 25 through No-
vember 15, 2006.


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Saturday,

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ronson Annour
ThiTs program, authorize
by the USDA Forest Serxic
and implemented by the Div
sion of Forestry. is available
for forestland recovery pra
tices on a 75-25 percefit cos
share basis to non-industri,
private forest landowners wh
suffered damage to their tin
ber dunng the 2004 hurricane
season. All expenses mu:
hate been related to damage
from the 2004 hurricane sea
son and incurred after Octobi


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October 14th

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Early Registration Fee - $20

Registration Day of Event $25

Contact

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ners.
stock
s not
e put

id his
but he
cattle
. He
head


ices
.d 13 ofthat year.'.
-e Eligible practices include.
_- but are not limited to: site
le preparation., tree planting, de-
c: bris removal and other activi-
t� ties related to the restoration
al of damaged or lost forest re-
.o sources. Landowners who
i- own at least 10 acres but not
ie more than 10,000 acres of land
st having a forest resource plan
e will be eligible to receive
a- funding assistance under
er FLRP. A maximum of
$25,000 will be available for
each qualifying landowner
over the life of the program as
reimbursement of incurred ex-
penses for approved practices.
All approved practices must
be completed by September
2007.
"Forests are a critical nat-
ural resource in Florida,"
Bronson said. "This program
is important for our non-in-
dustrial private forest


landowners to assist them in
maintaining sustainable forest
lands and to limit fragmenta-
tion of this important re-
source."
Landowners can obtain
application forms from their
local Division of Forestry of-
fice and from other cooperat-.
ing agencies. The Division of
Forestry's foresters will pro-
vide technical assistance to
landowners and will be the lo-
cal contact for participating
landowners.
For more information,
contact David Smith, Conser-
vation Programs Manager, Di-
vision of Forestry, at (850)
414-9907, your local County
Forester, or visit http://www.fl-
dofcom.






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FARM


Friday, October 6, 2006'


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 1SA


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Florida

Division
P.O. Box 1000, Highway 90 Vest
Live Oak, Florida 32060
386-362-2544


Local Farmers Compete In Southeastern Hay Contest


I- - . . . .






Madison County Agriculture Exten-
sion Agent Kevin Campbell holds up a
hermetically sealed bag of forage being
submitted for the contest. (Greene
Publishing. Inc. Photo by Janet
Schrader, September 18, 2006)


"Cracker Cowhunters


The Florida Agricultural
,Museum -'ill present the
"Greaf Florida Cattle Drive of
Ought 6" Dec. 5-9. Registra-
tion is now under way for the
event, w\xhich will begin just
south of Kissimmee and end at
the new Siher Spurs Arena in
Kenans, ille.
In 1995 - to celebrate
15iI years of Florida statehood
- a group of 600 cattlemen,"
historians, horse lovers and
hearty ad' enrurers drove
1,000 head of native 'i"'clKr
10-eattl 'sks' stat. -FThe
group also included wagon
drivers, walkers, artists and lo-
cal, state and national media.
Over the last four 'cen-
turies, cattle production has.


been one of Florida's, most in-
fluential industries.. In the
1995 Cattle Dri\e. partici-
pants used the sesquicentenni-
al celebration to educate this
state's citizens and people
around the globe to the fact
that the first American cow-
boys were- Floridians - the
cattle business in the United
States began right here in
Florida.
"Even though Florida has
been a major force in the cattle
'business for hundreds of
.fc: - e ,f ouir'dvn cit-
izens are aware of this', rich
heritage," said Florida Agri-
culture Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson, who is also a
rancher.


By Janet Schrader ' ". . '. "
Greene Publishing, Inc.
,A forage contest is being held for all ha, farmers located in the southeastern
US. Several local farmers have submitted samples for some of the six categories of
hay. The contest is open to any haN or baleage producer in the southeast. The con-
test closed September 22 and the winners will be named at the Sunbelt Agriculture
Exposition in Nloultrie. Ga., October 17-19..
According to County Agriculture. Extension Agent Kevin Campbell. Cone
Farm, Hudson Farms and the Hackle Cattle Company are among some of the local
farmers entering the contest. There are categories in Warm Seasonal Perennial
Grass Hay (Bermuda and Bahia grass for example. Perennial Peanut Hay and Al-
falfa Hay, Cool Season Perennial Grass HaN iTall fescue or orchard grass). Mixed
and Annual Grass Hav i clover/fescue. cloxer/rye grass or millet for example). Grass
Baleage (high moisture Bermuda grass or rNegrass ensiled in %\rapped bales., and
Legume Baleage thigh moisture perennial peanut or alfalfa ensiled in wrapped
bales). ,
The entries are vacuum sealed and sent off to the judges. There are three
judges. John Andrae from Clemson. Don Ball from Auburn and Ann Blount front
the University of Florida.
According to Campbell, entres are judged on RFQ, relative forage quality.
The\ check for crude protein. digestible nutrients and digestible fiber.


To Hit The Trail Again


To salute the importance
of Florida's "co\\ culture." or-
ganizers %\ill once again be
driving cattle, riding the trail.
sleeping on the ground and
lii ing the life of our ancestors
for a few dat s. The Seminole
Tribe of Florida has pro\ ided
,about 400 head of cattle, and'
ever\ participant \\ho wishes.
to w ill be able to spend some
time as a "cow\ hunter" helping
to drive the cattle. Camps will
be primitive and dress should.
be late-1800s (there will be no
"'T-shirts., tenrii? shoes d6i'ball
caps allowed). There will bie
historic encampments each
night along the trail depicting
some important era in Flori-
da's history (Timucuan, Span-'


ish Colonial, Civ il War, Semi-
nole., etc.), making the event
ever a ride through Florida's'
past.
On Dec. 9, participants
and the: public will continue
the celebration at trails end
w ith an old fashioned, "frolic."
.which: will include authors,
singers, poets,. storytellers.,
historians, re-enactors and an
art auction featuring CAAF
(Cowixboy Artists 'Association
of Florida). There will also be
several' prominent authors of
"'Potidiana nd' Fldfidil'ihStor)
oni hand for those who wish to.
learn mniore about the rich her-
itage of the Sunshine State.'
Dancers, singers and his-
torians from the Seminole
Tribe pf Florida will be there
to make the event more color-
ful and to remind folks that the
Seminoles were an important
factor in this state's develop-
ment as a cattle power, and re-
main so to this day. This part.
of 'the celebration will become
an annual gathering to 'have
fun and preserve the traditions,
of Florida's cow, culture. The
group is also considering pre-
senting the first Florida Work-
ing Cow Dog Championship.
Proceeds will be used to bene-
fit the Florida Agricultural
Museum in Flagler County.
Organizers of. the drive
are anxious to give thanks to
The Seminole Tribe of Flori-
da, the Florida Cracker Cattle
Association, the Florida Agri-
cultural Museum, Seminole
Feeds of Ocala., and the Flori-
da Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services for
sponsorshipsand support.
Anyone wishing to partic-
ipate or learn more about the
event can call (352) 429-0100
or visit http'//www.floridacat-
tiedrive.comrn


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P.O. Box 390 * Madison, FL
(850) 973-2269
Fax (850) 973-3478,


P.O. Box610 * Live Oak, FL
(386) 362-1459
Fax (386) 364-7007


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By Janet Schrader, Columnist

Even Cowboys Have Bad Days

The man of my life, and in my house, is a cowboy. \What a
great way to make a living. Get up in the morning. put on the
boots and spurs. saddle the horse, load up the dogs and off you
,go to work"'?? Now that's the life. And that's \\ hat the man of the
house does several days of the \week. But even cowboys have
bad days..
There w as the da\ the man of the house came home with his
face scratched up and a big bump on his forehead. Turns out, the
fabulous horseman that he is. actually came off his horse. But
there was a good reason ... of course. Almost 100 head of 300-
pound calves had escaped from the farm where my cowboy
xorks. He and his buddy had been on their horses for 12 hours
two days in a row. Those calkes had split into little groups and
disappeai-ed in 40 different directions. The man of the house was
chasing a calf "-wide open." hi, exact words, swinging his lariat
rope over his head, w hen it dove into a hammock. Well his little
Cracker gelding dove right in after the calf. The man of the
house ducked one big limb but got nailed by a bunch of little
ones and jerked right off the back of Pea-Eye.
Then there w\ as the da> he almost got squeezed to death. He
was in the pen \with a bunch of big 'uns sorting. The\ started
crowding him, and before he knew it they had him pinned
against the fence. He said his eyes were about to pop out of his
head. He sur\ ived. The man of the house is tough and'he never
whines.
His most recent nusadienture happened when he was
rounding' up several hundred head to load onto trucks. He said
he had a really rank cow roped. Apparently she took off one way
then doubled back. Somehoev the tope got tnder'his'horsestall.
And that w as a \ ry bad thing. He was ridiig this boogery 1I6-
year old buckskin gelding that truly loxes chasing, cows, butnriot
having a rope. under his tail. Beau (gelding's name) clamped his
tailtight and took off bucking. The rest of the cowboys laughed
as the man of the house held on for dear life. He did not come
off this time (he really is a terrific rider-used to ride saddle and
bareback broncs when he was a young man), but he said he got
pretty freaked out when they started getting close to the barbed-
wire fence. "I there\ away the rope and the reins and just held on
to the horn," he said. The man of. the. house survived, but the
.horse had a heck of a rope burn in a pretty tender spot. We've
been doctoring it.
Then there are the days it's raining . . . and cold. But the
fences and the cow s still have to be checked, doctored and re-
paired. And then there are the days when your first horse and
your spare are both lame! You still have to ride so you end up
borrowing one, and the local loaner is a crazy two-year old that's
never even seen a cow, has only rudimentary training, (possibly
knows whoa, probably doesn't) and no one else wants to ride or
should ride..
Yup, cowboying for a living is great, you just have to take
the good days with the bad.


FISH DAY

4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
Largemouth Bass * Black Crappie (if avail.)
Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid) * Redear
8-11" White ArmurGrass Carp - Fathead Minnows
We will service you at:
Farmers Co-Op in Madison, FL
TUE., Oct. 10 From: 4-5 PM
or To Pre-Order, call Arkansas Pondstockers,
1-800-843-4748 * Walk-ups Welcome


ie Enterprise -Rico o


i & Game Feeding Chart 4

e major and minor feeding limes tor ejch day are listed below The major feeding times are the best fo the
and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about I hour.


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Specializing In Agricultural & Country Home Loans
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Friday, October 6, 2006


16A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Inside & TreasUres & more . Glassware
Outside Shops Summer Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques'
Yard sale We buy...call us! Collectible
Set-up' - Tools
$8 & up .Furniture,
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Covering all your insulation needs
Specializing in Fiberglass Blown
Insulation. FREE ESTIMATES
Ricky Edwards 850-253-3732
Cell: 850-673-9897


We Do Backhoe &
Front End Loader Work.
By The HoUtr Or By The Job.
386-364-8393 or 386-208-9792


Carpentry Work Wanted
Decks - Ramps - Stairs - Sheds
Call Bob 850-948-2788 or
. -2 -y .3


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Plant and Yard Sales
Saturday, Oct. 7th
Many flower plants, several types
of .hot pepper plants in fruit,
Jalepeno, Birds Eye, Habenero.
Floral Plants, Ferns and Sun Plants.
Misc yard sale items. On 360 one
mile East of 221, 8 am - 6 pm - Fol-
low from Greenville Post Office.
850-948-4555
Multiple Sales, Cherry Lake cross-
roads area. Friday, Oct. 6 and Sat.
Oct. 7, 8 am to 4 pm. Old and new
items, lots of stuff.
Wilkinson Warehouse Sale
Comforter Sets-Bedspreads
Window Coverings-Pillows
Saturday, October 7
Doors Open 8AM-12 Noon
707 Gil Harbin Industfial Blvd.
Valdosta, GA
Call for Directions: 800-633-2215
Garage Sale
Saturday, Oct. 7th
7 am til- ?
Clothes and lots of miscellaneous
205 SW Warren Ave., Madison.


2001 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
New Tires, New Brakes,Leather
Heated seats, regular Maintence,
Towing Package, radio, cd,tape
deck,Gets 20 .mpg, CLEAN.
$11,000. Call 386-938-229,


FOR SALE
1982 Motorhome, 25' Long,
Sleeps Five. $4.0:i' or Best Of-
fer. Call 850-929-2487 .or 850--
673-1178


3 Piece Lil ing Room - Ne%\ Micro
Fiber Sofa, Loveseat, Chair. $650,'
still wrapped, stain resist. 850-222-
9879


6 piece bedroom set, new in boxes,
must sell, $550 Call 850-545-7112.

DINING ROOM - Brand New
Cherry Table, 6 Chippendale
Chairs, Lighted China Cabinet.
$850. Can Deliver. Call 850-222-
9879
Bedroom Set: New King Bed, TV
Armoire, chest, 2 nightstands. Re-
tail $3,200, sacrifice $1,000 850-
222-2113
QUEEN OIRTHO (DIC P ILEOW\-
TOP MATTRESS SET. Ne% in
plastic, warranty $275. 850-222-
2113
Cherry sleigh bed, $250, solid
wood, still boxed - 850-425-8374
2 PC LEATHER sofa & loveseat.
Brand new, hardwood frames -
$795, can deliver, 850-425-8374.
ALL NEW KING PLUSH TOP
ORTHOPEDIC mattress set. Still
in plastic with warranty, can deliver
- $395. 850-222-7783






Guineas for Sale
$10 each. $8 each if you take all.
850-948-4618 or 850-584-8181

Wanted - peafowl. Need one ma-
ture male now before spring, but
will buy pairs if needed. Call 850-
973-6131 or 850-464-1165. Also
want guineas.







eenville Pointe \




1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. '
Equal Housing Opportunity
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
HUD vouchers accepted Call 850-
973-3786 - TTY Acs 711 "This in-
stitution is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."


011them Villas of

Madiso\n apartmentss


HUD vouchers accepted. 1, 2, &
3 BR, HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY
711. 200 Southern Villas Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
2bdrm/1 bath MH in park on
Highway 53 in Madison,
$135/wk includes electric, ten-
ant to pay for propane.
Call Alan Levin
at 850-570-0742


315 Leggette Ave, Greenville Fl, 3
bedroom 1 bath home in quiet area,
hardwood floors, paneling, separate
dining room. separate living room,
eat-if kitchen, recent insulated win-
dows and central heat/ AC. Utility
building 'in rear ith %'. ashed/drNer
hookups, carport. Offered at
$85,500. .
Call Alan A. Levin
Broker-Associate
McClellan Really 850:570-0742


5 Mobile Homes For Less
Than $30,000 Each, Deliv-
cred And Set Up On Your Land!
Call Mike At:
: 386 306-4-13 41'1


The Gieater Nldison County
Chamber of Commerce is now ac-
cepting applications for an Admin-
istrative Assistant. Duties include
providing customer service, book-
keeping, general clerical support,
and office management: Min; qual-
iiLcatlionri.- 2 yrs .ecletarial e\peri-
ence using Microsoft Word, Excel,
and . Access. Some
bookkeeping/acctg. experience
helpful. Salary range 7.00 to 8.50
per hour, based upon experience.
Please submit resume to 125 NE
Range Avenue, Madison, FL
32340. Deadline: October 9, 2006
- No phone calls please.

Kountry Kitchen"
Now Hiring
Full-Time Servers
(850),971-0024


Aucilla Christian Academy is cur-
:enld accepting applications. for a
bus driver position. Must have (or
be willing to obtain a CDL class B.
Sixth P and S endor-ements Also.
must be a positive. Chri.suan role
niudel. For more intomialion or to
apply, please contact the school at.
997-3597 . .. ,
$$ AVON REPS $$
'NEEDED NOW
S 50% COM.
Could \Win $1,000
HURRY CALL
Dorothy
973-3153,


Jefferson County Road Dept. is
seeking applicants for' Equipment
Operator IV. Must have experience
in operating a road grading ma-
,chine. Apply in person at our office
1484 S. Jefferson, Monticello, Fl.
Office phone is 997-2036.
Senior Citizens Council of Madi-.
son Counl3, Inc. is nu, accepung
application_ for a part-time driver
10 uanspon meals to homebound
consumers in the Lee area.
Qualifications: High school edu-
cation preferred, but experience
will be considered in lieu of the ed-
ucation. Must have a valid driver's
license, good driving record .and
dependable transportation. : ,
Part-Time
Glass Sales Person Needed
Job to include both phone and in
person customer account calls. De-
velopement of new and standing
customer base. Mature, or .eti red
person encouraged to apply. Call.
973-4527


Local
Insurance Agency
Seeking Employee.
(850) 973-2281 ,


(850)523-3218,or 1(800)226-2931
x2218
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.,
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check An Equal Op-
portuhity /Affirmative Action Em-
ployer Drug-Free Workplace.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: The Estate of
HAZEL PLANT,
Deceased.


-eg - --


PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number: 2006-98-CP


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration of the estate of HAZEL PLANT,
deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is the Madison County Clerk of Court, Post Office Box 237 Madison,
Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands against the estate are required, WITHIN THREE
CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the above styled court a written statement of any claim or demand they
may have. Each claim must be in writing and must indicate the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or attorney, and the amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due shall be stated. If the claim is contingent or unliquidated,
the nature of the uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk
to mail one (1) copy to the personal representative.
All persons interested in the estate to whom. a copy of this Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file any objections they may have that challenge
the qualifications of the.personal representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this Notice of Administration: October 6, 2006.
Cary A. Hardee, II
Post Office Drawer 450 FRANCES J. BURRUSS
Madison, Florida 32341 Personal Representative
Telephone: (850) 973.4007 3510 NW 35h Place
Facsimile: (850) 973-8495 Gainesville, Florida 32605-2019
Florida Bar No.: 133856
Attorney for the Personal Representative
10/6,10/13


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


FarmPro tractor 3 yrs old, used 4'
hrs, 2 cy;. diesel, 20hp, canopy, 3
pt hilch s'./thdraulic .scoop. Paid
$I.ni0. take best offer bN October
10th. View at 10129 NE Colin.Kel-
ly Hwy, Pinetta,; Call Richard at
(423,26]2-0391


Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity!


FREE TRAINING! FREE TRAINING!


-Interested in a Health Care Career?


-Love older people and people of all ages in need
of care?


-Always wanted to work in nursing?


-Want to be a CNA but can't afford it?


-Got your high school diploma or GED?


-Got a clear record?


-Are you at least 18 years old?


-We provide training at no cost to you!*


-Will Pay for Certification Exam!**


Lake Park of Madison is looking for compassionate,
quality-minded, self-starters willing to take an inten-
sive 15-day course at no charge* that prepares you for
the State of Florida CNA certification examination. If
successful in passing the course, you are eligible for a
job at Lake Park of Madison until you can get your
CNA certificate.***


The next CNA Exam prep course is offered every day
for 3 weeks, Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00 starting Monday Octo-
ber 30, 2006, at 8:00 a.m. and ending with a graduation
ceremony on Friday, November 17, 2006. The course
is offered at Lake Park of Madison Skilled Nursing &
Rehabilitation Center 259 SW Captain Brown Road,
Madison, FL.


If interested, please call 850-973-8277, Human Re-
sources Department.


*must pass course for free tuition
**must get certification for free certification exam
***must get certification within 60 days of hire


Lake Park of Madison is an Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer and adheres to requirements of Title VII of the
Civil Rights Act in selecting employment candidates
and employees


ADULT CASE MANAGERS
#2211,
A - BACHELOR'S DEGREE
FROM AN ACCREDITED UNI-
VERSITY OR COLLEGE WITH
A -MAJOR IN COUNSELING,
SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLO-
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NURSING, REHABILITATION.
SPECIAL EDUCATION,
HEALTH EDUCATION, OR A
RELATED, HUMAN SERVICES
FIELD (A RELATED HUMAN
SERVICES FIELD IS ONE IN
WHICH H MAJOR COURSE
WORK INCLUDES THE STUDY'
OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND
DEVELOPMENTi AND HAVE A
MINIMUM OF ONE YEAR OF
FULL TIME OR EQULI\LENT
EXPERIENCE WORKING
W\ITHADULTS EXPERIENCING
SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS
OR A BACHELOR'S DEGREE
FROM AN ACCREDITED UNI-
VERSITY OR COLLEGE AND
THREE YEARS FULL TIME OR
EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE
WORKING WITH ADULTS EX-
PERIENCING SERIOUS MEN-
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MANAGER #1830
A B ACIELOR S , DEGREE
FROM AN ACCREDITED UNI"-
VERSITY OR COLLEGE WITH
A MAJOR IN COUNSELING,
SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLO-
GY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
NURSING, 'REHABILITATION,
SPECIAL EDUCATION,
HEALTH EDUCATION OR 'A
RELATED HUMAN SERVICES
FIELD WITH ONE (1) YEAR OF
FULL-TIME OR EQUIVALENT
EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH
CHILDREN WITH SEVERE
EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE,
OR OTHER BACHELOR'S DE-
GREE FROM AN ACCREDITED
UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE
WITH THREE (3) YEARS FULL-
TIME OR EQUIVALENT EXPE-
RIENCE WORKING WITH
CHILDREN WITH SEVERE
EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE.

CHILD SPECIALIST
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MINIMUM OF A BACHELOR'S:
DEGREE FROM AN ACCRED-
ITED UNIVERSITY OR COL-
LEGE WITH A MAJOR IN PSY-
CHOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK,
COUNSELING OR A RELATED
HUMAN SERVICES FIELD
AND ONE YEAR OF RELATED
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE.

For more information and a com-
plete listing of available positions:

www. apalacheecenter. org


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PLANNER
This administrative and clerical po-
sition is responsible for planning
work in conducting independent
studies. completing planning p-..
jects, and regulating the ro\ th and
development of the County in ac-
cordance with the Comprehensive
Plan and other statutes, ordinances,
and regulationsrielated to land use
and community studies, develop-
ment of special area plans and com-
prehensive plan arrnendnient~ This
position is under the direct supervi-
sion of the County Coordinator.

Job duties include but are not limit-
. ed to: review of applications, sub-
ni-s. .ionl to local Plarninrg & Zon-
ing Board, Board of County Comn-
missioners, North Central' Florida
RegionalPlanning Council and the
Department of Community Affairs;
anal ze requests for land use and
zoning changes, plats and develop
staff recommendations, prepares
and presents agenda itenis .in com-
pliance with County's Comprehen-
sive Plan and Land Development
Regulations. for Planning & Zoning
Board and County Commission;
conduct site plan review of devel-
opment proposals; interpret County
land use policies and Land Devel-
opment Code; process applications
for zoning ch.iange, arnd other cur-
rent planning- petitions; reviews
plans and pecifi ca.tiuon_ for compli-
ance with County policy and sound
planning principles. Will perform
any other related work as may be
assigned or required by the Board
of County Commissioners 'and/or
County Coordinator.

Qualifications include: Basic
knowledge , of land use planning
concepts and growth managements
functions, knowledge of land de-
yelopment process, ability to read
and interpret maps, legal descrip-
tions, plats and technical" material,
methods of compiling, organizing,
and analyzing data, knowledge of
basic computer and internet aLII,
ability to prioritize workload, abili-
ty to communicate effectively, abil-
ity to use problem solving tech-
niques. Must have valid driver's li-
cense. Bachelor's Degree and 2
years of professional planning ex-
perience preferred.

Application and job description
may be picked up from the Madi-
son County Board of County Com-
missioners Administrative Office
located in the Court House Annex,
229 SW Pinckney Street, Room
219, Madison, Florida. For further
.questions please contact Allen
Cherry, County Coordinator at
(850) 973-3179. Application dead-
line is Monday, October 16, 2006
@ 5:00 P.M.
Madison County. is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer and a Drug
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 17A


Public Notice
IN fl{E CIRCUIT COURT OF THlE

The District School Board of Madison County will hold a Special Session on Octobier 10, SEOIJDCILCCITI
2006 at 5:00 PM. The meeting will be held at Madison County High School in the me- ' AND FOR MADI[SON COUNTY, FL


dia center for the purpose of discussing the possible relocation of Madison Count) \x-
cel Alternative School.

Ira person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board, with respect toany mai-
ter considered at this meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings.
and for such purpose, hes may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.


10/6 90-005393




NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE

BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF

rIMADISON COUNT). FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that an ordinance, which tile hereinafter appears, will
be considered for enactment by the Board of County Commissioners of Madison Coun- I
t). Florida, at a public hearing on October 18,2006 at 9:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as
the mailer can be heard, in the Board Room. Courthouse \nne,. located at 229 Soulih-
uesl Pinckney Street. Madison. Florida. Copies of said ordinance ma hbe inspected by
an) member of the public at the Office of the County Coordinator, Courthouse Annex.
229 Southwesi Pinckney Street, Madison. Florida, during regular business hours. On
the dale, time and place first abole mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be
heard "ith respect to the ordinance.

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 TEN OR LESS ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SEC-
TIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 103.3215. FLORIDA STATITES.AS AMENDED: PRO-
VIDING FOR CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDEN-
TIAL-1 (LESS TH\N OR EQUAL TO 2 DWELLING UNITS PER \CREi TO COM-
MERCIAL OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA: PROVIDING SEVERABILITY: REPEALING %LL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT: AND PRO\ [DING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

The public hearing mas be continued to one or more future dales. Any inlersted par-
t) shall be advised that the dale. time and place of any continuation of the public hear-
ing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notice concerning
the matter will he published.

.All persons are advised that. if they decide to appeal an) decision made at the public
hearing, the) will need a record of ith proceedings and. for such purpose. Ihe) may need
to ensure that a verbatim record or the proceedings is made. which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDIC LAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNT. FLORIDA


GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC f/lk/a
CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP.
14tH) Turbine Drive
Rapid Cit). SD 57703


CASE NO. 05-36-CA


Plaintiff, .


ELIZ BETH A. DUNB \R and STEPHANIE M'. SCOTT,

Defendants.


NOTICE OF SULE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THIT, pursuant to Plaintiffs Final Juide-

ment Of'Foreciosure'and Re-Establishment of Note entered'in tihe abo e.caprioned ac-

tion, I will sell the property situated in Madison County, Florida, described as follows,

to' h . . .


Lot 14, Block B;M4adow Run, according to the map or platl hereof as record-
ed in Plal Book 2. Page 13,Public Records of Madison County, Florida.


TOGETHER %\ ITH that certain 2003 "2 s 28 2724 ES-1 mobile home; VIN

#11439231AB. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash at the Madison

County Courthouse, Madison, Florida,,at 11:00 a.m., on the 31st day of October. 2tH)6.


Clerk of the Circuit Court


Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk



ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.


10/6.10/13





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN.AND FOR
MADISON COUNTT. FLORIDA..
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO. 2006-94-CP


IN RE: ESTATE OF


ERNEST M. PAGE, JR., Deceased



NOTICE TO CREDITORS


The administration of the estate of ERNEST M. PAGE, JR., deceased., hose date of
death was June 11, 2006; is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison Counl). Florida,
Probate Division; File Number 2006-94-CP; the address of which is Madison County
Courthouse, Madison, Florida. The name and address of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative's attorney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including unmatured. contingent or unliquidated claims, and who
have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

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

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

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


THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS SEPTEMBER
29, 2006.


Attorney for Personal Representative:

isl ERNEST M. PAGE. III.
Florida Bar No. 308536
Post Office Drawer 90'
Madison, Florida 32341


Personal Representative:

/s/ Margaret Page
Post Office Drawer 90
Madison. Florida 32341


PROJECT:




OWNER:.



ENGINEER:




1.0 1' O


SECTION 00100 '.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID

RAILROAD AND LAKE PARK NURSING HOME
LIFT STATION IMPROVEMENTS
JONES EDMUNDS PROJECT NO. (17101-098-01
MADISON, FLORIDA

City of Madison
321 SW Rutledge Street
Madison, Florida 32340-2498


Jones Edmunds & Associates. Inc.
1100 Ceser) Boulevard. Second Floor
SJacksonville, Florida 32211
Telephone: 19041 744-5401


RK DESCRIPTION


The Project is located in two separate locations: * * .


Railroad L ift Station is located at the north end of Happy Street. norlh of Benllei Av-
enue, in the northwest area of the City of Madison. Florida.


The Railroad Lift Station Work is general) described as construcuon ofa net sanitat ,
lift station, sahle ault. vales, firtings, fencing. eisework. force main. Erasi!r sewer con-
1 nect 'o existing etell, rehabilitation of existing utwell, electrical and related appur-
Senances.


Lake Park Nursing Home Lift Station is located along Captain Brown Road off U.S.
Hiuehsay 90 in the west side of the Cit, of Madison. Florida.


The Lake Park Nursing Home Lift Station %%ork is generally described as construction
of approsimalel 9111) linear fcet of 8-inch praint) seecr b) open cut. asuhall removal
and replacement, sanitary manholes, rehabilitation of the Lake Park Nursing Home Lifl
Station, silenork. electrical. a 250 linear loot tater main extension, and related appur-
tenances


The Opinion of Probable Construction Cost is *81101,tllto l9 0,00. .


11A work shall be in accordance with the conltruclion drawings. specifications, and con-
tract documents. Bids must be submitted on both sections of work.

2.0 RECEIPT OF BIDS

* Bidding and contract documents ma) be examined al:

City of Madison
321 S% Rutledge Street -
Madison. Florida 32340.2498

Copies of the documents ma) be obtained from:

National Graphic Imaging
7999 Philips Highway. Suite #202
Jacksomille. Florida 32256
Phone 904 1-448-1600
SAtn: Robert Landon


Sfor $250,00dollars per set, which constitutes the cost for reproduction and handling.
Checks'shall be payable to National Graphics Imaging. Payment is non-refundable.
Only complete sets of plans and specifications mas be purchased.

Bids shall be completed on the enclosed Bid Form as set fourth in the Instructions to Bid-
ders and otherwise be in compliance with the Bidding Documents. Sealed bids will be
received at Cit~ of Madison. 321 S%$ Rutledge Street. Madison. Florida 32340-2498 un-
til 10:00 A.M. local time on October 18. 2111)6. at which time and place all bids will be
opened. An) Bids received after the specifie-d time and dale will not be considered.

For further information or clarification, contact Brian F. Hepburn. MPA. at Engineer's
office at 941-,744-5401 or e-mail al bhepburnG jonesedmunds.com


9/13.9/15.9/20.9/22.9/27.9/29.10/4.1016.10/11.10/13


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNT*, FLORIDA

IN RE: The Estate of
EDNA GERTRUDE McMULLEN
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number: 2006-100-CP.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
'OLi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that me uadmimnsirainon of mue eiate ol EDNA GERTRUDE
McMULLEN, deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is the Madison County Clerk of Court, Post Office Box
237 Madison, Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney are set forth below.
, All persons having claims or demands against the estate are required, WITHIN THREE
CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the above stryld court a written statement of an) claim or demand the)
ma) have. Each claim must bc in writing and must indkate the l'.4, For the claim, the name and'
address of the creditor or his agent or attorney, and the amount claimed. If th. claim Is no t .
due, the date %htn It will become du ,shall b itated. II th. claim L cuningent or unhliquidaled,
the nature of the uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim is secured, the security shall be
described Tne claimant shall dealer iaffident upe.s of the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk
to mail one lli cop) to the personal rrprtsmtnuie.i
AD persons interested in the estate to whom a copy of this Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file any objections they may have that challenge
the qualifications of the personal representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this Notice of Administration: October 6, 2006.:
Cary A. Hardee, II
Post Office Drawer 450 THOMAS E. STONE
Madison, Florida 32341 Post Office Box 292
Telephone: (850) 973-4007 Madison, Florida 32341
Facsimile: (850) 973-8495 Personal Representative
Florida Bar No.: 133856
Attorney for the Personal Representative

10/6,10/13


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

IN RE: The Estate of
CHARLIE FRANKLIN PINKARD,
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number: 2006-99-CP


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration of the estate of CHARLIE
FRANKLIN PINKARD, deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County,
Florida, Probate Division, 'the address of which is the Madison County Clerk of Court, Post
Office Box 237 Madison, Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands against the estate are required, WITHIN THREE
CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the above styled court a written statement of any claim or demand they
may have. Each claim must be in writing and must indicate the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or attorney, and the amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due shall be stated. If the claim is contingent or unliquidated,
the nature of the uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk
to mail one (1) copy to the personal representative.
All persons interested in the estate to whom a copy of this Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file any objections they may have that challenge
the qualifications of the personal representative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this Notice of Administration: October 6, 2006.
Cary A. Hardee, II
Post Office Drawer 450 THOMAS E. STONE
Madison, Florida 32341 Personal Representative
Telephone (850) 973-4007 Post Office Box 292
Facsimile: (850) 973-8495 Madison, FL 32341
Florida Bar No.: 133856
Attorney for the Personal Representative

10/6,10/13


JUVENILEDIVISION
4-02-DP


IN THE INTEREST OF:

T.K. 12-19-1999
M.E. 05-30-1998 .

MINOR CHILDREN



NOTICE OF ACTION ,

TO: Michelle Hamilton
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1450 Georgetown Road. Madison Florida 32340

YOU .ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition under oath, has been filed in the above
-st)led court for the termination of parental rights and the permanent commitment of
T.K.. a female child born onl0/10/1999 in Leon County. Florida lo the State of Florida
and M.E. a female child born 05/30/1998 in Leon County placing agent). for subsequent
adoption and you are hereby to be and appear in the above court at'the Taylor County
Courthouse. Perry, Florida 32344 on Monday. October 23. 2006 at 9:00 A.M.. for a Ter-
mination of Parental Rights Adsisory Hearing and to show cause why said petition
should nol be granted. You must appear on the dale and time specified.
FALURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE TPR ADVISORY HEARING CON
STATUTES YOUR CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTSTO
THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED.
OU MAL%1 LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION.

11ITNESS m. hand and official seal as the Judge of said court this 27th of September.
2006.




S 10/6., 10/13. 10/20, 10/27

---- --- - - ---- ----- ---

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IMeDISON COUNTY FLORIDA

PROBATE DiTSION


IN RE: ESTATE OF
LLOYD COLEMAN
RICHARDSON. JR.


Deceased.


File No. 2006-92-CP

Division


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of Lloyd Coleman Richardson, Jr., de-
ceased, whose dale of death was June 18. 2006., is pending in the Circuit Court for Madi-
son County. Florida. Probate Division, the address of which is 125 S.W. Range Asenue.
SMadison. Florida 32340. Then names and addresses of the personal representative and
the personal representative's allorney are sel forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be sened must file
their claims with this court WITHIN THE L %TER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DA% S AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF \ COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
-MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLALM FILED T',O i21 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is September 29, 2006


Attorney for Personal Representatise:

Lynne French Davis
Florida Bar.No. 0112968
44 W.,FlagIer St. Ste. 1675
MiamL Florida 33130 .
Telephone: i3051 374-7900
Facsimile: (305) 374-7903


' Personal Representative:

Rex G. French
2962 N.E. Rutherford
Lee, Florida 32059
N ,* t ;I ' '\ . . . . I > > '
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICLL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MLADISON
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.2006-332.CA

WELLS FARGO BANK. N.A.. SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO %% ELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC.

Plaintiff,

V.

LEONARD C, DAVIS; BARBARA A.DAVIS;
and all unknown parties claiming b, through, un-
der or against the herein named Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or alive, whether said un-
known parties claim as heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses, or oth-
er claimants; TENANT #1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended to account for the person or per-
sons in possession; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.; CARMEL FINANCIAL COR-
PORATION, A/K/A CARMEL FINANCIAL COR-
PORATION, INC.; WORLDWIDE ASSET PUR-
CHASING, LLC, AS ASSIGNEE OF DIRECT
MERCHANTS BANK, N.A.

Defendants. .


-NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: LEONARD C. DAVIS; BARBARA A. DAVIS, and all unknown parties
claim ing by, through, under or against the above named Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether said unknown parties claim
as heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, spous-
es, or other claimants

Current Residence Unknown, but whose last known addresses were:
444 S. E. Remington Drive, Lee. FL 32059
128 N.W. Garefowl Street, Madison, FL 32340
112 N.E. Rutherford Street, Madison, FL 32340
2605 Pebblewood Drive, Valdosta,GA 31602
902 Cherokee Street, Valdosta, GA 31602


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property

in MADISON County, Florida, to-wit:


LOT 2, OF LEE ESTATES SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION AS PER PLAT
THEREOF FILED AT PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE "L", OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.



has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defens-

es, if any, to it on DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A., Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 18830

U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 300, Clearwater, Florida 33764. on or before October 30,

2006 or within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice of Action, and file

the original with the Clerk of this Court at P.O. Box 237, Madison, PL 32341, either be-

fore service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter, otherwise, a default will be

entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint petition.

WITNESS my hand and seal of the Court on this 29 day of September,


Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


9/29. 10/06. .06.11


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