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Kelsi's Hot Chocolate
Fundraiser Is Once
Again A Success
Around Madison, 6A


Sales Of
Faces Of Life Benefit
Covenant Hospice
Around Madison, 7A


Madison County
Teachers
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School, 10-11A


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Our 142nd Year, Number 21


Friday, February 2, 2007


Madison, Florida 32340


Fifth Annual

"Just Because" Festival
Set For Saturday At

O'Toole's Herb Farm
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
O'Toole's Herb Farm, located off Rocky Ford Road, just
north of Madison, will be celebrating their fifth annual "Just
Because" Herb Festival on Saturday, February 3, from 9 a.m.
until 4 p.m.
The day will be filled with educational and fun mini-
workshops, plus 30 vendors.
Vendors and demonstrations include everything from
Fraleigh Nursery to the Retreat Salon & Day Spa to Sweet
Grass Dairy of Thomasville, Ga. with handcrafted cheeses to
food vendors, including Dan Buchanan, the One Eleven Grill,
and Jim O'Toole's fabulous winter vegetable bean soup.
Educational workshops include "Perfumery with Essen-
tial Oils," "Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine," and "Grow-
Please see O'Toole's Herb, Page 3A


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry
Jim and Betty O'Toole are pictured outside the gift
shop at O'Toole's Herb Farm. Their fifth annual "Just
Because" Herb Festival is scheduled for Saturday.


Five ACA Players Make All-State Team
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc. o
Five players from Aucilla Christian Academy made the
sportswriters All-State Football Team.
Matt Dobson, Wade Scarberry and Kyle Barnwell made sec-
ond team All-State in Class lB. Matt Bishop and Daniel Greene
made honorable mention All-State.
ACA Warrior Head Coach Joe Striplin said that he was
proud of the players. t
"Anytime you get on the list, it's an honor," Striplin said. .-.
"The great thing about it is that the quarterback
and receivers are returning."
Dobson, who was in seventh grade this year o
and played on the Aucilla Christian Academy
school football team, was the number two-rated
quarterback in the State of Florida.
"Anytime you're in the seventh grade and you get 2,000 -
yards passing, you're doing something," Striplin said.
Scarberry, who is graduating this year, was a receiver. Bish- H
op, Greene and Barnwell all saw time at running back.
Sportswriters, who cover high school football for daily'
newspapers throughout the State of Florida, voted on the players .
who made the All-State team.


Car


Found


In Pond
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Mazda car was found in
a pond off SE Farm Road in
Lee on Saturday, January 27.
According to Deputy
Chris Andrews, Roy Ellis, who
owns the property the pond is
on, came out of his house and
noticed a white car almost
completely submerged. Ellis
called 911 and dispatchers sent
Andrews and Cpl. Alan
Whigham, the Sheriff's Office
diver, to the scene.
Whigham verified that no
one was inside the vehicle. He
checked the tag number, which
was run through dispatch. The
tag came back registered to
Melissa Waters and was sup-
posed to be assigned to a Nis-
san pickup truck, instead of the
Please see Car Found,
Page 3A


Miss Madison County Pageant

Meeting Set For This Saturday!


The annual Miss Madison County Pageant
Meeting will be held at Van H. Priest Auditorium
located at. North Florida Community College on
Saturday, February 3.
Those interested in entering the birth through
twelve-year-old divisions, along with those wish-
ing to participate in the Mr. and Miss Heart of
Madison Sweetheart Program, should arrive at 11
a.m. Young ladies interested in entering the Teen
Miss and Miss Madison divisions will have the
opportunity to do so at the meeting at 1 p.m.
This meeting will allow contestants and their
families to get to know about the pageant, what


to expect, and best of all, meet the 2006 Teen
Miss Madison County and Miss Madison Coun-
ty.
Deadline to enter will be Saturday February
3, so all contestants should be sure to pick up an
application at Norris Pharmacy, Becky's Dance
Steps Studio, or at the meeting.
The pageant will be held on March 17 at 10
a.m. and 7 p.m. at Van H. Priest Auditorium, lo-
cated on the campus of North Florida Communi-
ty College.
For further information, call Toni Blanton at
850-673-1162.


Man Arrested For Possession

Of Crack Cocaine With Intent To Sell


By Jacob.Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Madison man was arrested and
charged with possession of crack co-
caine with intent to sell on Thursday,
January 25.
According to a Madison Police
Department report, Patrolman Jimmy
Fletcher conducted a traffic stop on
Forrest McDaniel, 20, of Madison.
McDaniel advised Fletcher and Pa-
trolman David Jarvis that he did not


3 Sections, 46 Pages
Around Madison Co. 5-7A Outdoors 15A
Church 9A Question of the Week 2A
Classifieds 16A Regional Crime 4A
Community Calendar 5A Real Estate B Section
Farm 14A School 10-12A
Legals 17-18A Viewpoints 2-3A
Obituaries 5A Way Back When 5A


have a valid drivers license.
Fletcher advised McDaniel to
step out of the car and asked for per-
mission to search the vehicle. Mc-
Daniel consented.
While Fletcher was ,searching
McDaniel's person, he found a
Tylenol pill bottle in McDaniel's
jacket pocket.
Fletcher opened the bottle and
found suspected crack cocaine,
Please see Crack Cocaine, Page 3A


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
'The murders of Jackson
County Sheriff John Mc-
Daniel's wife, Mellie, and
Deputy Mike Altman, have
shocked the whole state.
Deputies who responded
to the scene gunned down Li-
onel A. Sands and Daniel Ray
Brown, the would-be hit men.
The whole tragic encounter
lasted only seven minutes.
The motiveI behind the Jackson County Sheriff
murder of Mellie McDaniel John McDaniel
and a planned attempt on the life of her husband was a crime
which had taken place several years earlier. Sands had been the
prime suspect in the murder of-his wife and had reportedly tried
to collect life insurance from her. The life insurance claim had
been denied in court last Friday.
Madison Police Chief and Interim City Manager Rick Davis
said that every law officer is subject to having his or her life
threatened at one time or another during his or her career.
Former Sheriff Joe Peavy said that he had been in contact
with John McDaniel's staff and had spoken briefly with Mc-
Daniel. He spoke Wednesday evening with McDaniel's son-in-
law, Larry Campbell.
"He said that 'Johnny Mac' was holding up," Peavy said,
"but that he wasn't doing well at all."
Peavy said that no one understood why it happened.
"They don't understand whyhewent after Johnny Mac's
wife," Peavy said. "I guess he just flipped out after the court re-
fused to give him the $500,000 life insurance settlement."
Peavy said that he had received a call from Broward Coun-
ty in the late 1980s, threatening his life.
Please see Shooting, Page 3A

Madison County School

Board Meeting Set For

Tuesday Evening
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A student pre- and post-test survey for the Project S.O.S. ab-
stinence program provided through the Madison County Health
Department is on the agenda for the Tuesday evening, February
6, Madison County School Board meeting.

Other items on the agenda include:
*School zone/district transfers
*GED requests



consideration prior to advertisement
*Personnel
Items oni the consent agenda include:
*Minutes of the previous meeting
*Contracts with Dorothy Alexander, Lucile Day, Deloris
Franklin, Robert Holmes, Louretta Mugge and George Pridgeon
as AYP tutors at Greenville Elementary School
*Funding and program for Department of Education (DOE)
approved Innovation Fair Matchmaker grant Mentee Middle
School Redesign $40,000 each Madison County Central
School and High School
*Hold harmless agreement with Techknow Associates Cor-
poration for hosting Madison EETT webzine for Madison Coun-
ty School System
*Removal of obsolete property from the inventory with a
purchase price of $44,690.51 and a current value of $5,130.96.
*Financial reports for the month ending December 2006.


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, February 2, 2007


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


'al Friend


My Liber
Ok, ok ok, We got spanked. I had been talking with a liber-
al friend of mine that lives here in Madison. We were talking
about the election held last November. My friend is a very lib-
eral Democrat, and we agree on absolutely nothing. My friend
walked into my shop one day after the last election looking for
a fight. The glean in his eyes, the smirk on his face and the tone
of his voice said it all, c'mon George, gimme your best shot,
we're gonna change everything.
My thoughts were, Oh Lord, they won the election with no
platform and now they want to make changes. Then I said,
whacha gonna change? My friend said "everything". This state-
ment made my hackles rise; I took the fight to him.
Listen Bozo, according to Prudential, my 401K plan grew
17.8% last year in the Global market, Why would you want to
change that?
My store sales were up 100% over 2005, I don't have the
figures yet for my Internet, and out of town sales, but from what
I do have available, it's a whopping 70%. It's obvious to me
anyway, that the economy is up. Why would you want to change
that?
With the economy up as it is, Unemployment has got to be
at it's lowest low in years. Are you going to change that?
With the TAX CUT the Bush administration gave me, I was
able to start a brand new business here: in Madison. Would you
take that away from me?
Gas prices are going down every day, even here in Madison.
I paid $2.06 In Tallahassee last weekend, that's the best price
I've seen in over a year. How are you going to make that better?
I went grocery shopping with wife a few weeks ago, I saw
more food in a mere few seconds at Winn Dixie, than most peo-
ple in other parts of the world, will see in a lifetime. Tell me,
you're really not going to change that, are you?
I read in the Washington Times that the Federal deficit is
down 48 %, just as it was predicted by Bush a year or so ago.
You gonna change that? How?


George Pouliotte


Ms. Barfield says my house is worth $3000.00 dollars more
this year then it was. last year. Please do, change that.
Inflation hasn't been a problem the last ten to twenty years,
why would you want to change that?
We've not had a terrorist attack in the US since 2001. Sev-
eral have tried, but none have been successful.
How can you improve on that? bin Laden is living under a
rock somewhere, goodness, were not even sure he's still alive.
Most big shots in Al Queda have been whacked, or in Guan-
tanamo squealing like good little piggies. You want to change
that?
Now, you're going to tell me that Nancy Pelosi, Hilary Clin-
ton, Bill Nelson, Harry Reed, Obama, and Howard Dean, have
in place a National Security Plan, Health Care Plan, Immigra-
tion Plan, Same Sex Marriage Plan, Abortion On Demand Plan,
Return all Troops from everywhere Plan, No More Katrina
Plan, all Firearms Ban Plan, Red Meat Ban Plan, and Hug a Tree
Plan.
Oh yea, your also gonna fight Global Warming, that really
isn't happening. My Liberal friend was turning red in the face
and starting to gag, I had him running and I wasn't done yet.
Lets go to the Global Warming thing. Liberals would have
you believe that we are responsible for the warming of the
earth, oh really? I believe the earth is actually cooling down. I'm
not a scientist, but I am aware of what is going on around me.
Here is what I believe. I was TDY "temporary duty" .to Jack-
sonville Florida while in the Marines. I met this young lady that
happened to live in Orange Park. One evening, she invited me
to have breakfast with she and her mother that next Sunday, af-
ter church. Of course, I jumped all over that deal.
I arrived promptly on time where the mother asked if I
wanted some fresh Oranges, and Grapefruit. If so, I was to go
out in the back yard to pick the fruit. We had Oranges and
Grapefruit growing in North Florida at that time. Several years
later, my wife and I were looking at a piece of property in De-
Funiac Springs, this 5 acre piece of property, had 16 orange trees
growing on it.
Not today, nope, nada, niet, Why? Because it's too cold.
More proof, in 1995 I drove the Florida Turnpike on my way to
Miami, and saw countless Orange groves on both sides of the
road. Two weeks ago, traveling the same road, my wife and I
saw one Orange Grove rtorth of Orlando, "too cold to grow em
north of Orlando anymore". 500 years ago, there were grape
vines growing in Canada, I read so in my History book. There
has not been a Grape grown on that Icelandic slope in over a
hundred years.
As a child in Maine, we had a Grape Vine \\ ith the nastiest
tasting grapes ever. grown, growing on a small Island in the
Kenebec River. There 'are no "known to me anyway", Grape
yards anywhere north of New Hampshire. Not only that, back in
the late 80's I watched a whole evening of Leonard Nemoy "Dr.
Spock of the original Star Trek TV show" tell us how we were
going into another Ice age after an unusually cold winter.
Nemoy had all the charts and information from scientists from
all over the world concluding that we certainly are going into
another Ice Age. I wonder, are these are the same people that are
now saying it's getting warmer? Please tell that to the people of
California, Texas, Oklahoma, all the way to the Carolinas. Pret-
ty cold the last few weeks has it not been?
My liberal friend decided to purchased a carbine from me,
"while he still can before the Democrats get crazy again" His
words. Trying to figure out a Liberal, is like trying to figure out
the weather. If you don't like it, wait a minute, it most certainly
will change somewhere.


My life is Not An Onion
He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does
not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in
the name of the only begotten Son of God. John 3:18 (New King
James Version)
One question that .I have is: "Why would anyone ever want
to condemn himself or herself to an eternity spent in Hell?" The
key to eternal life in Heaven and in the presence of God is sim-
ple. We simply must ask Christ to forgive our sins and come into
our hearts.
The world is crazy with people seeking answers to the "big
questions." My pastor said that, in the 1960s, one of the so-
called big answers was that life was like an onion. Life has lay-
ers and you have to peel it. I would like to think that my life is
not an onion, because the more you peel, the less there is to it.
Finally, there's nothing left.
Jesus Christ did not come for our lives to mean nothing. He
came that we might have life and have it more abundantly. Sure,
there will be trials for Christians but we have an Eternal Hope
awaiting us. What do unbelievers have? They have a life as
meaningless as an onion that has been peeled until there is noth-
ing left.
Are you lost? Is your life like an onion? The more you peel,
the more you lose and you always haveto wipe tears from your
eyes? Give Jesus your heart today and let Him fill the empty
void. Do not condemn yourself to an eternity in Hell.'


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New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
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By Ashley Bell
What would you add to Madison County

for entertainment for the youth?


Heather Olson
"1 feel that we should add
places such as movie
theatres, bowling alleys,
or a shopping mall so we,
as youth, won't have to
waste gas traveling to
Live Oak or Valdosta."

Alexis Stalnaker

"My friends and I love to
go bowling. It would be
nice to have -an alley here
instead of driving to Live
Oak or Valdosta."

Brittany Davis

"I think we should add a
theatre, bowling alley, and
a skating rink so we won't
have to travel so far to
have clean fun with our
friends."


Josh Isom

"/ would love to have a
museum...filled with bats,
and food. Lots of food,
eh?"


Chantell Bell

"I would like to have a
recreational center for the
youth after school, and
also on the weekends, so
that they can participate
in fun and safe activities."


Ariel Blanton

"' would like an old fash-
ion drive-in theatre. I think
it would be fun."


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The Ginger Jar
Ginger Jarvis



Hearing Is Not Always Believing
Lying in the hospital, I tuned in to one of my sources of en-
tertainment the television on the wall. Trust me; nighttime TV
is not all it's cracked up to be.
One day a bunch of nurses were working on me with the TV
going in the background. I couldn't see it; I could only hear. And
what I heard made me want to scream, but I couldn't at the mo-
ment.
In a weight-loss commercial, a woman said she was a nurse
and decided to use the new. lap-dance system. "What?" I ex-
ploded mentally. "They're advertising lap dances on TV?" The
woman went on to say that she could adjust it if she'wanted to
get pregnant.
By the time the nurses were finished with me, the commer-
cial was over. Only a day or two later did I see it again; and
learn that the weight-loss system is call Lap-Band, not lap
dance. Boy, was I relieved. And secretly embarrassed because of
what I had thought earlier.
I busily handed out housecleaning assignments while a
group of relatives visited. I said to my tall son, "Take the cover
off that overhead light and get rid of the bug bodies."
My sister, standing nearby, turned in .confusion and said,
. "Get rid of Bugs Bunny? Why is he in the light cover?" We all
got a good laugh out of that one.
We all have heard things we didn't really hear. Sometimes
they elicit a smile; occasionally, they might cause distress. Mis-
hearing can be an adventure either way.
The worst is when you hear something that no one else
heard. You try to check on the reliability of the message, only to
have your coworkers stare at you as if you are nuts. Finally, you
give up simply because you are tired of getting those looks. You
never find out if you heard correctly or not.
Some of the most fun mis-hearings are in music. A bunch of
us were packed into our, Volkswagen van, singing as we drove
along. Someone started "Bad Moon Rising," and we all joined
in. Then we gradually realized that my late sister-in-law.Linda
was singing out loud and lustily, "There's a bathroom on the
right." We all just howled. For all-the years that CCR had been
singing that song, she thought it was a song about bathrooms and
couldn't understand why it was so popular!
Ah, well. Where would we be without mis-hearings? I hope
you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. Just try to get the impor-
tant ones (SOS, Help, Mayday, etc.) straight. The rest will come
out okay, even if you need a lap dance to cheer you up.


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etta Cheerleaders Pep Up Crowds For Academics And Sports d The T
Pinetta Cheerleaders Pep Up Crowds For Academics And Sports o-. Aoun


Cheering for the Pinetta Elementary School Indians are, back row, left to right: Katilyn Henderson, Kim-
berly Fields, Deija Pornospon and Athena Duran. Front row, left to right: Deidra Pornsopon, Roxanna Whit-
man and Beverly Oro. (Greene Publishing, Inc. photo by Emerald Kinsley, January 27, 2007)


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Pinetta Elementary School boasts a cheerleading squad
with a lot of pep.
"We wanted to offer our students more extracurricular ac-
tivities," Beth Moore, PES principal said, "so with the help of
teacher Catherine Murphy and the high school cheerleading
sponsor Judy Hill (the Pinetta school nurse), they started a


cheerleading program."
The squad cheers for academic, pep rallies at Pinetta Ele-
mentary School and at high school basketball games.
"It gives the students something fun to do, in addition to
all of their school work," Moore said.
Cheerleaders include Deija Pornsopon, Deidra Pornsopon,
Roxanna Whitman, Beverly Oro, Katilyn Henderson, Kimber-
ly Fields and Athena Duran.


1A Crack Cocaine


ing Old Garden Roses in the South."
A total of 28 workshops are planned.
The Sam Worley Band, of Monticello, will be playing mu-
sic on "old-timey" instruments.
Admission for the event is $5 per person. No reservation is
required. You are asked to leave your pets at home and silence
your cell phone at the event.


Car Found cont from page 1A


Mazda.
Sgt. Art Deno made contact with Waters, who told him that
she had left an establishment in Lee, with a white male, whose
name she didn't know, driving the vehicle. The white male re-
portedly drove the car in the pond and both he and Waters es-
caped unhurt.
The car was removed from the pond by Ben's Towing.
The incident is still under investigation by the Madison
County Sheriff's Office. /


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cont from page 1A


which field-tested positive. Thirty-one rocks of crack cocaine
were found in the bottle.
Fletcher placed McDaniel under arrest for possession of
crack cocaine with intent to sell and for driving without a li-
cense.


"It was back when crack cocaine came into existence," Peavy
said. "Cars were bringing it in from Broward County, so I told
our deputies to stop and search all the cars coming in from down
there that they saw in town. Nine times out of 10, crack was in
the cars."
Peavy said that there was no way to prepare for the life-
threatening situation at that time.
"I made the deputies aware of it," he said, "but I told them
to keep doing what they were doing and not to let up and we did-
n't let up."


TIMELY TIPS


By Kate Worth
SNUG FIT Keep draw-
er knobs from loosening by
drilling a small hole in the
base of the knob. Clip a small
nail in half, and insert the low-
er half in the hole with the
point facing out. When you
screw the knob on, the point
will bite into the wood, keep-
ing the knob from turning. Jim
K.

BABY FORMULA RE-
MOVAL Don't buy special
cleaners to get out baby for-
mula stains. Use a little iso-
propyl alcohol on the stain. It
works like a charm. Regina M.

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Marble should be wiped down
a couple of times each year
with a mixture of water and
liquid dishwashing detergent.
Evelyn J.

ELIMINATING PARTY
SMELLS Mist furniture (if
scotch-guarded) with vinegar
and water. Leave a small bowl
with cotton balls soaked in
vanilla to, kill any smoke in a
room. Linda T.

PARTY MOOD Think
of your lighting in advance
and replace your regular-watt
bulbs with softer pink or peach
bulbs. These are more flatter-
ing to your guests, and if
everyone thinks that they look
good, they'll have a good
time. Jean B.

DECORATE ON THE
CHEAP SIDE Use a few fa-
vorite kitchen items (your
grandma's old coffee pot) as a
vase or holder for gadgets or
spoons. Make curtains or
kitchen chair cushions from
garage sale tablecloths. Trans-
form a windowsill into an in-
door herb garden by planting
seedlings in small terra-cotta
pots. Marilyn P.

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Br-r-r! Winter finally arrived at least winter as we know it
in Florida. The temperature only fell to the upper twenties. We
noticed people arriving in Miami for the Super Bowl were bun-
dled up with a look on their faces which seemed to say "This is
Miami?!" After arriving from Illinois and other parts of the
north, it seems they would have been quickly shedding those
wraps.
Speaking of the Super Bowl, we're sure all of you football
aficionados (and we are one of you) are eagerly awaiting the big
game. It should prove worthy of our anticipations (though it
probably would have been better if the Patriots and Colts were
butting heads -just my personal opinion! We congratulate all of
you Florida fans on the Gators great season they added much
to Florida's reputation as one of the best state's in the nation in
which to live and to enjoy life.
The Town Council met last Tuesday evening and received a
glowing report from our auditor, Ken Daniels only a couple of
small items left to work on. Five bids had been received on
clearing the five acre area for the Eloise Stewart Park at Pine
Trace Acres. Council chose the low bid and awarded the contract
to Ben's Clearing. So finally the long awaited park will be the
scene of some action.
On Thursday evening the Lee Day Committee met with
gratifying results. Each member reported great progress on his
or her assigned project and it seems that we are ahead of sched-
ule this year on every part of the festival. The beauty pageant,
which will be staged on Saturday, February 24th, will highlight
Lee Day activities and will consist of two parts. The younger
participants (there are lots of babies) will be on stage at 2 p.m.
and the rest at seven. Be sure to mark your calendar for this
event for Charlie and girls have a very entertaining event
planned for you.
Lots of our residents have had the misfortune to be attacked
by a stomach virus bug (we were among them) and took quite a
while to recover. Dr. Evans said it was 'going around'. We cer-
tainly hope it has finished its rounds.
Also Ernestine Kinsey has had a very long and serious case
of shingles she is just now beginning to improve but please
keep her on your prayer list.
On the January birthday list is neighbor Myrtice Combass
whose big day was the 13th.. Others included our esteemed
Wilma Dickey; Sharon Blanton; Thomas Davis; and Calvin
Williams. Anniversary congratulations go to Jim anid Shirley
vonRoden and to Shannon and Leanne Wirick.
Our sincere smpattlh to Cha.iman Hicks and fanmly over
'the loss of his x\ ife Glad) s and to her sister, Eula Welch, though
words can never say enough when bad things happen to life long
friends.
We enjoyed Joe Boyles column on 'Bush's Plan', especial-
ly the last paragraph and would like for him to send it to the
president himself, with that paragraph highlighted!
Just in passing does anyone miss the huge oak which
stood behind CVS for so many long years as much as we do?
Each time we drive through the pharmacy drop-off, we look at
that big, empty space and ask why?
We leave you now with this thought from Oliver Wendell
Holmes "We do not quit playing because we grow old."



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Friday, February 2, 2007


Teacher, Coach And Madison County...

Minister Arrested For

IilSexual Act With Minor


Man Arrested For

Disorderly Intoxication


A man was arrested for
disorderly intoxication on
Monday, January 30.
According to a Madison
Police Department report, Pa-
trolman David Jarvis was dis-
patched to Harvey's Super-
market in reference to a disor-
derly customer.
When Jarvis arrived, he
made contact with Raymond
Harold Luckey, 43, of Jen-
nings, and asked Luckey for
his identification. Luckey
showed his license and Jarvis
asked him what was going on.
Luckey replied that the
store manager had refused to
sell him a bottle of wine.,
As Luckey spoke, Jarvis
could smell a strong odor of
alcohol on Luckey and asked
him how much he had already
drunk.
Luckey refused to answer,
so Jarvis asked again and


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Luckey again refused to an-
swer.
As Jarvis continued to
question him, Luckey became
belligerent and Jarvis placed
him under arrest and took him
to the Madison County Jail.


According to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office, a 32-
year-old teacher, coach and minister was arrested Monday, Jan-
uary 30, and charged with unlawful sexual act with a minor af-
ter an extended physical relationship with a 17-year-old female
student.
Richard Parrish, who lives in Suwannee County, was arrest-
ed at home after a warrant was issued. Parrish who was previ-
ously employed as a teacher and coach at Lake City Christian
Academy and the student, had been sexually involved for sev-
eral months and he made promises to her that they would run
away together, leaving behind his wife and her family.
"This is a case where a male authority figure and role model
took total advantage of his influence over this young lady," said
Sheriff Bill Gootee.
Sheriff Gootee praised the victim and her family for report-
ing the situation to law enforcement. "This young lady went to
her parents and' told them what had been happening and that
took an enormous amount of courage," he said. "I applaud her
and her parents for the very responsible way they have all han-
dled this bad situation. This family will recover from this."
Parrish was booked into the Suwannee County Jail late Mon-
day and will be transported back to Columbia County. He was
being held without bond. If convicted, Parrish faces up to 15
years in prison. The investigation continues.


Woman Shoots At Estranged Husband


According to the Columbia County Sheriff's'Office, a do-
mestic situation was defused Wednesday morning and a woman
was taken into custody without injury due to the training and ex-
perience of members of the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
The Sheriff's Office SWAT Team was activated and negotia-
tor Lt. Jeff Coleman was called out to the home at 341 SW Thur-
man Terrace shortly after 9 a.m. Wednesday after a 44-year-old
woman fired shots at her estranged husband. The woman
opened fire at her husband as he approached the house to pick
up a vehicle he was awarded during divorce proceeding Tues-
day. The couple's 17-year-old son was asleep in the house.
After she fired the shots, the woman leaned up against a ve-
hicle in the driveway and threatened to shoot herself.
After a very tense hour of talking, Lt. Coleman was able to


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convince the woman to put the gun on the bumper of the vehi-
cle and walk away from it' She was taken into custody without
incident. Her husband was hot injured.
"The hours and dollars of training paid off today," said Sher-
iff Bill Gootee. "This woman was not harmed and she was tak-
en to receive the treatment she needs."
After two years in office, Sheriff Gootee said he has always
believed training is crucial to keep his deputies up-to-date, and
to enable them to handle situations such as this. "In years' past,
training has not always been a priority for the Sheriff's Office,
but today proved just how important it is to be properly trained
and prepared. Standing in that neighborhood, I truly did not
know how this situation was going to turn out," said Sheriff Bill
Gootee. "It could so easily have ended in tragedy. But due large-
ly I believe to the training and drills conducted, ,we have a
positive outcome. My deputies did an outstanding job out there
today." -
The woman was transported to a local facility for evaluation.
Charges are pending.

Man Arrested For Stealing


Narcotics Fr(
Columbia County Sher-
iff's Deputies were credited on
January 18 with capturing a
man wanted for robbing the
Walgreen's Pharmacy for nar-
cotics within minutes after the
robbery occurred.
According to the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office, Dou-
glas McGregor Howden was
located at a convenience store
where he stopped to ask direc-
tions to Interstate 75. He was
taken into custody without in-
cident and the narcotics were
recovered. Howden was taken
to the police department and
charged by Lake City Police
Officers with robbery and traf-
ficking a controlled substance.







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1/24/07
Terrance Roshard Mutch Resisting Officer with Vio-
lence, Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer
Jimmy Lee Bryant Burglary Petit Theft
Charles Dustin Green Criminal Registration
Tyanna Shavell Joseph Child Neglect
Dennis Dewayne Murray Child Neglect
Henry Jermaine Fead, Jr. Burglary, Petit Theft
1/25/07
Willie James Brantley Criminal Registration
Forrest Dewayne McDaniel Poss of Cocaine with Intent
to Sell, No valid or Expired Drivers License
-Eddie Antonio Kelly Armed Robbery, Attempted Mur-
der, Shooting froni a Motor Vehicle, Fleeing or attempt to
Elude
Joy Laparis Bass D.W.L.S. Revoked or Cancelled
1/27/07
David Gerome Fead V.O.P. (circuit)
Antonio Terell Smith Disorderly Conduct
1/28/07
Bernard Powell D.U.I.
James Edgar Brown V.O.P. (county)
Tony Joseph Yates Improper Driver's License, D.W.L.S
Revoked or Canceled

1/29/07
Herbert Lee Neal V.O.P. (county), D.W.L.S. Habitual Of-
fender
Harvey Oliver Hampton V.O.P. (county)

1/30/07
Jermaine Andre Smith Criminal Registration Sexual Of-
fender
Raymond Harold Lucky Disorderly Intoxication
Candi Nichole Johnson D.W.L.S. Revoked or Canceled,
Child Abuse, Fleeing or Attempt to Elude
Two Federal Correction Officers Sentenced
United States Attorney Gregory R. Miller, Northern District of
Florida, announced that former federal correctional officers GRE-
GORY DIXON and AL.AN MOORE were sentenced on January 10,
2007. follow ing heir con%\ icons at a~tial, which ended November
DIXON was found guilty of conspiracy to accept illegal gratu-
ities and three counts of bribery. DIXON was sentenced to 12
months incarceration, followed by three years of supervised release
and was ordered to pay a $3,000 fine and to pay a $400 special
monetary assessment. DIXON volunteered to begin his sentence
immediately and was remanded to custody of the United States
Marshals.
MOORE was found guilty of conspiracy to accept illegal gra-
tuities and tampering with a witness. He was sentenced to 12
months incarceration, followed by. three years of supervised release
and was ordered to pay a $6,000 fine and to pay a $200 special
monetary assessment. MOORE was released on bond but was or-
dered to surrender on March 12, 2007 to, begin serving his sentence.
The successful prosecution of DIXON and MOORE as well as
co-defendants and former correctional officers ALFRED BARNES,
VINCENT JOHNSON and LAVON SPENCE was the result of a
investigation conducted by the Tallahassee Federal Correctional In-
stitution's Special Investigations Office, the Department of Justice
Office of Inspector General and the Federal Bureau of Investiga-
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A very big thank you
from Ed Przybyla to all, for
their prayers, kindness, and
all donations to Hospice
and other charities in Jean
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Wednesday- "Wild Wednesday"
Free Beverage with Any Breakfast Plate
Thursday- All-U-Can-Eat
Fried Chicken $7.50
2 pc. Chicken Dinner $6.50
Friday- Grouper Finger Plate $6.50
Saturday- Hamburger Plate
with Fries, Beverage & Dessert $5.50


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ber Dottie Price, a local well-
known yoga instructor, who
will show us how to perform
certain yoga movements
which will help those tired
muscles while we are hik-
ing.After the program stay
for a discussion about
Suwannee Chapter's upcom-
ing tours and trips, many of
which are open to the public.
Various hikes are being
planned for the upcoming
months. February is Flori-
da's Hiking Trail Month.
Contact: Chapter Chair,
Sylvia Dunnam, 386-362-
3256, dunnams@wind-
stream.net, Sam Bigbie,
3 8 6 3 6 2 5 0 9 0,
sam8591 @windstream.net.
February 17
Valentine's dance and
karaoke. Door prizes! Amer-
ican Legion Post 224/Cherry
Lake 8 12 p.m.
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February 5
Battle of the Sexes game
at the High School. JV and
Varsity Softball vs. JV and
Varsity Baseball. Ticket
prices for this fundraiser are
$5 each. Come on out and
support your Cowboys and
Cowgirls!
February 6
Music for the Mind and
Body Language and Reason-
ing at the Early Learning
Coalition Office in Greenville
from 6:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
For more information call
385-0551 ext 309.
February 9
The Kappa Eta Omega
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Al-
:pha Sorority will be hosting
the 49th annual Ebony Fash-
ion Fair at Mathis Auditori-
um, 200 N. Ashley St., Val-
dosta, Ga. The fair will start
at 8 p.m. and benefit high
school scholarships. For tick-
et information contact Sandra
Monlyn 464-0869.
February 12
The Suwannee Chapter of
the Florida Trail Association
will hold its monthly meeting
at the Suwannee River Water
Management District from 7-
9 p.m., on US 90 and CR 49,
2 miles: east of Live Oak. The
Public is welcome!The pro-
gram will feature FTA mem-


Friday, February 1, 1957
:Little Pamela Selby had her tonsils taken out
Wednesday morning in the Valdosta hospital.

James T. Welch volunteered for service in the
Air Force .and. left on January 14 for Lackland.
A.F.B., Texas, where he entered training. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Shellie Welch.
***
The Madison Woman's Club sponsored a Polio
Benefit, held Tuesday afternoon and evening, in the
Clubhouse. They netted over $57.00 for the cause,
***
Lee School's boys and girls basketball teams
won over the Day basketball teams Tuesday night,
at Lee, before a splendid audience of fans. Lee boys
scored 45-35 over Day boys, and Lee girls won 38-
37 over the Day girls. This was the first time the
Day girls team has been defeated this season.

Friday, February 3, 1957
Little Billy Brothers is recovering from a cut on
his face sustained when he fell on a bookcase. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ladell Brothers.
***
A Square Dance will be held in the Madison
Woman's Club from 8 11 p.m. on February 4, for
the benefit of the Smith Mansion. Jack Blanton,
well known in the area, will be the caller. There will
be a floorshow, and those participating will have
colorful costumAes.
***
Judge Curtis Earp is rapidly improving and is
able to feed himself, and is reading the papers now.
His many friends are quite pleased at his recovery.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sapp and daughter, Cindy,

of Quitman, Ga., were guests of Re-v. and Mrs.
Dozier Sapp Sunday.

Friday, February 4, 1977
W.N. Webb has moved into his new store at Lee,


formerly the Frier place of business.


Mr. Luther Norris, of Hanson, and Miss Bessie
McGill, of Madison, were united in marriage Sun-
day, January 23, in Quitman..

Chere Ann Wilcox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Blair, of Lee, has been named to the Dean's list at
Ambassador College for the 1976-77 school year.

Buddy Fraleigh:welcomed about 50 friends anj
members of his family to a birthday party Wednes-
day night at his home on North Range Street. He is
a young 75. Tom Beggs, Sr., Mrs. Clara Blalock,
and Mrs. Ikey Bevan led a "Happy Birthday" cho-
rus.

Friday, February 5, 1987
Jimmy King has joined the local Farm Bureau
Insurance agency. King is a native of Madison
County, born in the Greenville area, and.is .the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde King of Greenville. He was
formerly an agent with another local insurance
agency, and has been with Farm Bureau since Octo-
ber 1.

Dawn Span and Joseph Collins were united in
marriage on December 20, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Griffin, with the Rev,
Elijah Henderson presiding.
***
The principal, faculty, and staff at Madison Pri-
mary School are excited about the vast number and
quality of our volunteers.

During the Madison County Chamber of Com-
merce's January 22 luncheon meeting, Lee Cason, on
behalf of the Soil and Water Conservation District
and the Jaycees, presented a $100 U.S. Savings Bond
to Tania and Gena Stokes. The Stokes sisters were fi-
nalists in a photo contest for a picture to appear on
the cover of the upcoming County Soil Survey.


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Friday, February 2, 2007


KEISI'S HOT CHOCOLATE FUNDRAISER IS ONCE AGAIN A SUCCESS
.AL By Jacob BembryI
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Kelsi Reams' annual hot chocolate fundraiser was a success
once again this year. Kelsi raised over $2,200 for the Cystic Fi-
brosis Foundation. ,
The Reams family wishes to thank Greenville, Madison and
the surrounding counties. They extend a big thanks to Kelsi's
uncle, Buddy Witmer, for the use of his office. They also extend .
a special thanks to all the cousins who stuck with the family
throughout the cold, and sold a lot of hot chocolate.
S."It gets better and better every year," Kathy Reams, Kelsi's
mother, said.I


Jimmy Sherrod is pictured with Kelsi Reams. Sher-
rod gives a very generous donation to the Cystic Fi-
brosis Foundation each year. (Photo submitted)


Emma Witmer, Kelsi's cousin, is shown with the
sign, advertising the hot chocolate sale. Emma worked
very hard to sell hot chocolate. (Photo submitted)


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Fill out this questionnaire and return it to:
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Kelsi Reams counts the money raised for the Cys-
tic Fibrosis Foundation after the fundraiser is over.
(Photo submitted)

Help Needed With Fundraiser

For Melanie Wieland
,St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic Church will be host-
ing a fundraiser for Melanie
Wieland on the .courthouse
lawn on Friday, February 16.
The church invites the
Christian community to help
make this endeavor a success.
They will be serving a dinner,
consisting of grilled chicken
leg quarters, baked beans, cole
slaw, roll, dessert, and tea. The
price will be $6 and all pro-
ceeds will be given to the
Wieland family to help with
ongoing medical expenses.
Melanie received exten-
sive and life-threatening in- Melanie Wieland
juries when she was kicked in
the head by a horse. Thanks to prayers, she has made a miracu-
lous recovery. She is now at home, but will require approxi-
mately one year of therapy, and constant supervision. She will
have to travel to Gainesville about three times a week.
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church will be printing 500
tickets and needs help in selling these in advance. The church
also needs donations of bundt cakes. At this time, they need ap-
proximately 20 cakes, which will need to be received by 3 p.m.
on Thursday, February 15th. Church members will be glad to
pick them up or they can be dropped off at the St. Vincent de
Paul Social Hall across from Beggs Funeral Home.
For more information, please contact the church rectory at
973-2428 or Juan Botino at 973-0673, or by email at res-
cuel @emeraldest.com.
An account has been set up at Madison County Community
Bank in Melanie's name to help defray Melanie's medical ex-
penses, as well as the family's travel expenses.


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To Transport U.S. Mail. Home Daily.
$17.19/hr plus $3.12/hr Benefit Pay. Physical & Drug
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Tim Sanders is pictured with Kelsi. Sanders comes
over every year to buy hot chocolate and help support
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. (Photo submitted)


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Madison Prepares


For Presidents' Day


April Brooks, Jimmy King, and Wendy Branham, pictured left to right, stand in
front of a display of books on American Presidents. (Photo Submitted)


Getting behind President's Day is the
Madison County Library. Under the direction
of Kim Barfield, the library is encouraging an
appreciation of the Presidents for the younger
set by exhibiting their collection of books for
loan on our Presidents.
April Brooks, a staff member, showed off
this collection to Jimmy King and Wendy
Branham.
April is not only on the library's staff, but
is also attending Florida State University, in
Tallahassee, working toward her masters, in
Library Science.
Jimmy King will introduce State Repre-
sentative Will Kendrick, a long-time legislator
at a community benefit, honoring President's

Mtges O 7a0cs 06 L ti e


Day, for the Madison County Memorial Hos-
pital Auxiliary, also known as the "Pink
Ladies." King, a long-time community boost-
er, is an agent for the Florida Farm Bureau, in
Madison.
Wendy Branham is Chairmap of the
Madison County Republican Executive Com-,
mittee. Wendy, and her organization, will be
hosting this community event. The benefit
dinner will be held at the Kountry Kitchen in
Lee, at 5:30 p.m., on Saturday, February 17.
Tickets will be available from Miss Braham at
(850) 251-0904 at $25.00 each. A silent auc-
tion will be part of the program.
As a non-partisan celebration, the com-
munity is encouraged to attend.


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Carol Alvarez, left, and Rach61l Layard, right, present
Mary Ellen Greene, advertising sales manager for Greene
Publishing, Inc., with a copy of Faces of Life. Sales of the
book benefit Covenant Hospice. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, January 31, 2007)

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Rach6l Layard, Develop-
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Community Educator, fbr~i
Covenant Hospice stopped
by Greene Publishing, Inc.
on Wednesday, January 31,
and gave the newspapers a
copy of the new book, Faces
of Life.
Faces of Life is a book,
written by Quint Studer and
published by Ballinger Pub-
lishing, on behalf of
Covenant Hospice. Studer is
a healthcare professional, au-
thor and speaker. His first
book, Hardwiring Excel-
lence, was publishing in
2004 and is already in its
sixth printing of 100,000
copies.
Faces of Life is filled
with inspirational and touch-
ing stories about people who
received care from Covenant
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All funds raised through
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America's top rag time boogie-woogie pianist, Bob Milne, will present a concert
on Fri., Feb. 2, at 8:00 PM, at the Monticello Opera House. The concert will be
presented downstairs, with the audience seated at tables. You won'tjust HEAR
barrel house music; you'll be IN the barrel house! You'II be fascinated by
Bob's insider stories on the history of American music, amused by his jokes
and amazed at his musical talents. We promise you,
you'll have a good time! That's why we bring him back ever year.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for members and $5 for students.
Tickets may be purchased at the door or
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The staff of Jackson Hewitt is pictured left to right: Tonisha Miller, receptionist; Re-
nee Lusk, tax specialist; Joyce Taylor, tax specialist; and Sharon Cressley, manager.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, January 29, 2007)

Jackson Hewitt Opens In Madison


The Jackson Hewitt Tax
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day through Friday, 9 a.m. until
7 p.m.; Saturday, noon until 5
p.m. and closed Sunday's, to
serve customers who need indi-
vidual federal and state income
tax preparation services.
"We're so excited to open
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can provide community mem-
bers with fast, accurate tax
preparation services 'and the
quality customers service that
Jackson Hewitt is known .for.
We're ready to serve the resi-
dents of Madison County and
the surrounding area," said
Sharon Cressley (Office Man-
ager) of Jackson Hewitt Tax
Sern ice in MNadison
SJackson He \itt offers ful]-
service, individual federal and
state income tax preparation
and provides free electronic fil-
ing (IRS e-file) to all tax prepa-
ration customers.
Jackson Hewitt customers
have a wide variety of conve-
nient products and services
from which to choose, including
eductions Work, our occupa-
tional-focused system that en-
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the tax interview to more accu-
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based on their profession.
W-2 Download, where W- 2


forms are provided by ADP,
CIC Plus, or TALX, can be
downloaded into Jackson He-
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to receiving the hard copy Form
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with a taxpayer's refund or re-
lated financial product pro-
ceeds. Terms, conditions and
fees apply.
Come in or call the Jackson
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SON at 850-973-8829 for infor-
mation or to schedule an ap-
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Happenings At



Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
As Preacher Heard always says, "Dear God,
thank you for music. Help us to remember to
say thank you to the people who sing in worship.
Help us to work for peace in your world.
Amen." We are indeed blessed and uplifted.
There is such mention in Scripture of singing,
rejoicing, making music, lifting our hearts, and ,
voice in praise.
Preacher also said he wants time to say things to
us to pray for the many in need, to visit all
members.
In Sunday School there were 136, and we
give thanks. Beautiful flowers were placed in
church by Ronnie and Gwen Combass. Debbie
Bass sang, "And Now My Lifesong Sings." The
Chamber Orchestra gave an upbeat to "Brethren
and We Have Met To Worship," and Chancel
Choir snag "How Great Thou Art."
The message was "Treasure in Clay Pots,"
from II Corinthians 4:7, because "God, who
commanded the light to shine out of darkness,
hath shined in our own hearts, to give the light of
the knowledge, of the glory of God in the face of
Jesus Christ."
What a mission of the African Methodist
Church, and too good not to include as the mis-
sion of our church To seek out and save the
lost, and serve the needy by:

1. Preaching the Gospel
2. Feeding the Hungry
3. Clothing the Naked
4. Housing the Homeless (relevant in New
York, these very bitter days by taking the home-
less of the street).
5. Cheering the Fallen
6. Providing Jobs for the Jobless
7. Administering to the needs of those in
prisons (and jails), hospitals, nursing homes,
asylums and mental institutions, senior citizen's
homes, caring for the sick the shut-ins, and the
mentally and socially disturbed.
8. Encouraging thrift and economic ad-
vancement.


May the Lord Bless us in our desires and ef-
forts to love Him and follow Him and love all
people. Amen!
We are sad by the death of Betty Jane Wil-
son on Saturday night, the 27th, and pray com-
fort for all the family, and especially Bernard, as
he hasn't been doing well. What blessings
they've been in our church, community, and
school. She was an ideal substitute teacher, and
all of us were happy when she was at our school.
I'm sorry about my mistake last week, but
join all others in giving thanks that Lisa and
Arthur Martin's little Austin is healing well from
bad burns on his arms and hands. We pray for
Kelley and Jeremy Noonan as she is in distress
with pregnancy, Alesha Cash, who's improving
from awful automobile accidents, Melanie
Wieland being blessed through it all; Sue Raines
still in Madison hospital; Marilyn Washington;
Martha Davis; John Troyer out of Madison Hos-
pital; W.C. Copeland; Brett Copeland; Lottie
(Phillips) Clark and Gene, as she is trusting God
for healing (Betty Thomas, her sister, asked
earnest prayers for them).
God is working among us in so many ways,
and we give Him thanks. He is using our hands
and feet to do His work. Church Council met
Sunday, at 4 p.m.
Senior Adult Choir sang at Dowling Park
Tuesday.
Wednesday, all the many activities, after
school tutoring; Children's Choir's; home-
work/study time; Youth Wired Wednesday;
AWANA; Prayer meeting; and Choir rehearsal.
Thursday, Adult discipleship.
By February 7th, the shower for the Chil-'
dren's home.
Coming up on February 11 at 6 p.m., the
Youth will host a church-wide "Friendship Ban-
quet," and on February 23, a special Associa-
tional program for the ladies, beginning at 6
p.m., with dinner and then the program.
May the Lord quicken us and help us all
know how we should be living and working for
Him! Amen and Amen!


Michael A. Guido
Meltte, Georgia

A man ran for the train
just in time to see it pull
away.
"I guess you didn't run
fast enough," suggested the
agent.
"No," answered the man,
"I didn't start soon enough."
No one plans to perish.
No one deliberately decides
to go to the lake of fire. Why
do people perish? They don't
start soon enough to be
saved.
To linger is to be lost. To
put it off is to perish. The.
Bible says, "Now is the ac-
cepted time; now is the day
of -salvation."
Don't you want to be-
come a Christian? Receive
Christ now. Don't put it off -
put it over!
A thief broke into a shoe
store, stole the shoes out of
the boxes, and put the boxes
back in place. When the cus-
tomers came in to be .served,
the clerks pulled out box af-
ter box, only to find them
empty.
Life for so many is like
those shoe boxes-empty!
"I have everything to live
with," cried a young man,
"but nothing to live for. Life
is empty." What seemed
sweet became bitter. His lust
became disgust. His drugs
became despair.
Do you want a life that's
full, free and fascinating?
Look to the Lord. He said,
"My purpose is to give life in
all its fullness."


Phone Home

It's Me God!
"Now then, we are ambassadors for Christ, as
though God were pleading through us: we implore
you on Christ's behalf, be reconciled to God. For He
made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we
might become the righteousness of God in Him." 2 Corinthians 5:20-21
Jesus was pure and free from sin, yet He died on the cross to free
mankind from its sins. Because of His sacrifice, you have the chance at
eternal life in Heaven
Your daily life is filled with temptation as Satan is ever-busy trying to
get you to turn away from righteousness and join him in sinfulness. Yet, as
you face these temptations you need only to turn to the example of Jesus
Christ. In this way, you can never go wrung.
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221 Marti Luther King DnM e- *Madison. FL
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SSunda School 10:00 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday Schoor, 1:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Church Training 6:00 p.m. M1'rning Worship..... 11: 15 a.m.
Evening W\orship 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Sunday 'Evening Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
t Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, %lednesda) 7-8:00 p.m Choir Practice Sunday Evening 1:00 p.m.
Family Night Supper. Ist ednesdav .......6-7:00) p.m. Wednesday Eveienng Pryer Service...............7:10 p.m.
Puppett Meinistry. Sunday) 6:00 p.m. All Are Waelcome, Please Come!
SGBarbara M memorial Church ROW Visitation. MNonda) 6:30 p.m. .

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Highway 254 850-973-160Greenville Baptist Church Grace Presbyterian Church
R S Robert et'r 1365 S'l Mair Si. Green ile. FL 850-9 -, '353 ACongregaton of the Presbyternan Church inm .menrca
,Sunda School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School -All Age. 10:00 a.m. Rev. John Hopwood
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Esening worship 4:30 p.m. Sunday Evening %%orship 7:110 p.m. Sunday School For All.Ages ...................9:45 a.m.
. Wednesday Bible Stud) 7:30 p.m. Sunday Pre-school. Students. and .Sunday 8 -1;ning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Adults Choir Rehearsal- :30 p.m. Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Stud) ........ 6:00 p.m.
Reapers Of The Harvest Church eesda Pe-chool children. pm. Youth Groups 1st 12th Grades.................6:30 p.m.
Reapers Of The Harvest Church ouh & Adult Bible Studi 7:1100 p.m. Choir ......... ..................7:30 p.m.
3 miles .est of GreenUille. FL Hwv. 90 1st Sunday eery month-Nlen's -Breakfast........... 8: a.m. . Friday '. a ,- t 7:00 a.m.
Sauel Bass, Sr -Pastor -All Inmited- L4..ii O& Wu/h U '
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. "" % '
Morning worshipp 11:00 a.m.. ;: .
S Morning Worship 16:00p .m. Lee United Methodist Church Church
i wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. Hwy. =2 S. Lee FL *. 850 971-5585 t. foe ni j-5 Church
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" 1Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Sunday School. .. .................9:45 a.m.
g St. Vincent DePaul Roman Men's Felloiship Breakfast Pastoral Sunday 1st i "py).........1.:00 a.m.
Sunda 8:00 a.m. SYouth Church i2nd Sin ................ 11:00 a.m.
KL E-aSecond Sunda,, 80 a ., " .L. 8o a .s" .
SCatholic Church MNultiple Week]v Bible Studies/Activiues ._ P tral Study (, un11:00 a.m.
Nie~in & umer t 9 ~C. .,itanmt The Commumrnn, ith Christ" ... .
Meeting & Sumter St. 850-97_-2-428S
Re i. John J. Gordou, 0.111 UIni Chi C u c
Sunday, 9:00 a.m. FistMeho is apti
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,Mon.. Tues.. Wed. Mass 7:30 a.m. .
SThursda% Mass 7:30 a.m. Since I I 30 Horr, at Rutledge St. 850-973-6295 . One:mile rdi ofMadison orn I -5
Saturday, Nlass r:30 p.m. 114 Robert E LIdlaP Steve Mc;Hargs. Pastor
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COngratulations [Congratulations To Our
To Madison County's I Teacher of the Year,

Teachers of the Year! Debbie Pittman
You are exceptional people as well as model teachers,
great motivators, and promoters of positive attitudes F
and creativity. We are proud of your achievements and
are well-represented by each school's selection of'
Teacher of the Year. Thank you for all you do on behalf i
of Madison County's children and youth. Lee E erneritary


Superintendent
District School Board
Of Madison County


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Karla Molnar has been teaching English at Madison Coun-
ty High School since 2004. Currently, she teaches Advanced
Placement English and English II Pre-AP. Ms. Molnar counts
Madison County High School as one of the best places she's
ever taught.
She and her family moved to Madison from her hometown,
Ft. Myers, where, over the years, Ms. Molnar taught English at
many of the area high schools.
Ms. Molnar is not surprised that she became a teacher, as
education seems to be in her blood. Growing up, her father was
her high school principal and superintendent of schools. As a
matter of fact, Ms. Molnar's father inspired her to change her
college major from journalism to English in order to teach. "I
really believe that'we all have a responsibility to try to make the
world a better place; teaching is one profession in which you can
truly provide young people with the tools for success." Ms.
Molnar not only enjoys teaching, but she enjoys the energy, cre-
ativity, and fresh perspective her students provide. "I hope my
students learn to become critical, logical thinkers, and I hope
that they benefit from being in mn: cl.jses as much as I benefit
from teaching them." She is c l 9t)O graduate of .the University
.of Florida, where she receipt ed j Bacheldor of Arts Degree in Eng-
lish Literature.
In addition to teaching, Ms. Molnar enjoys reading and
teaching exercise classes at the Valdosta YMCA. Her favorite
way to spend her time is relaxing at, home with her husband,
Greg, and two sons, Seth and Atticus.


The Family Of -
Madison County High School
Salutes
KARLA MOLNAR
For Being Named MCHS
Teacher Of The Year
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To All The Teachers Of The Year
Sonm-
SUSIE BISHOP

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Deborah Barrington Henry, educator, mother and wife,
received her B.S. degree in Early Childhood and Elemen-
tary Education from FloridaA & M Uni ci sit\ in 1970. She
has extended studies in Early Childhood Education. She
was raised by strong God-fearing parents, Sarah and the late
Wilbert Barrington, who believed in the importance of a
higher education. Her first teaching position was as a pre-
school teacher at Jefferson County Day Care Center, where
she also acted as director. In 1976 she accepted a position
as a Kindergarten teacher at Jefferson Elementary School.
In' 1979 she became a pre-school teacher at Greenville Pri-
mary School. After two years in this position Deborah was
moved to Kindergarten where she worked for one year. For
the past 28 years she has served as a first grade teacher.
Deborah is a member of the St. Rilla Missionary Baptist
Church in Monticello, where she serves on the Usher Board
she is the chairperson of the Program Committee and is the
President of the St. Rilla Scholarship Fund Committee. She
is married to Peter Henry, Jr. and is the proud mother of two
sons Patrick Demetrius and Tran' Andreas and in March will
be a proud grandmother. Deborah has been nominated as
teacher of the year on numerous occasions. In 2002-2003
;she was teacher of the year for Greenville Elementary
School. She follows the motto "No one can dim a light that
shines from within."


Debbie Pittman was, born and reared in Jacksonville,
Florida. She is the daughter of the late, James W. Ruther-
ford and Joyce Rutherford of Lee. Her paternal grandpar-
enis are the late Edward and Dessie Rutherford. Her ma-
te i nal grandparents are the late Ervin and Mildred Merritt.
Pittman graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in
Jacksonville. After graduation she moved to Lee and lived
ith her maternal grandparents while attending North
Florida Junior College, currently North Florida Communi-
t) College.
She earned her Associate 'of Arts degree from NFJC.
Later she attended Florida State University where she ob-
tained a Bachelor of Science degree. with a major in ele-
mentary education..
Pittman is married to Kirk Pittman Jr. of Madison.
They have two children, Vanessa Fultz of Madison and
Kirk Pittman III of Sulphur, Louisiana. Joel Fultz is her
. son-in-law and Chalma Pittman her daughter-in-law. Josh
Vincent is her grandson.
Pittman's teaching career in Madison County spans 26
years.,She began teaching third grade at Greenville Prima-
ry School. She has since taught fifth grade at Greenville
Middle School, Lee Jr. High School and Lee Elementary
School. Most of her teaching career has been in a self-con-
tained classroom. Over the last couple of years she has
team taught math, reading and science to third, fourth and
fifth grades.
Pittman was the sponsor for the Brain Bowl competi-
tion for Lee Jr. High School for several years. During this
time, the team won the county competition and were run-
ners-up for the county. Over the years she has been in-
volved in her school's after school program.
Pittman believes learning should be fun and take place
in a supportive environment.
"Children are a lot of fun to work with. It's a pleasure
to see the happiness in their eyes when.they grasp a les-
son," she said.
Pittman is honored to be Lee Elementary School's
2007 'Teacher of the Year.'
"Being chosen to represent my school is just one huge
way of letting me know I'm appreciated as an instructor,"
she said. "All teachers work for the educational good of
their students, so to be chosen is wonderful."


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The Faculty, Staff, Students 8 Parents
of Madison County Central School

Con_ ratulate


Ceola Graham 8
Ansley Rogers

SFor Being
Our
Teachers Ofj
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I was born in Lake City, Florida. I graduated from
Fort White High School, Lake City Community Col-
lege, and Florida State University. I have a degree in El-
ementary Education and Early Childhood. I am married
to Ronnie Ragans. We have two daughters. Lauren is a
senior at Florida State University and Lisa is a sopho-
more at North Florida Community College.
I have always enjoyed teaching and working with
.-young children. This marks my 35th year of teaching.
During my teaching career, I have taught at Madison
Primary School, Columbia County Kindergarten Center
and Pinetta Elementary School. I have taught kinder-
garten, first grade and Language Arts to kindergarten,
first and second grade students.
Teaching has been a rewarding and challenging ca-
reer for me. .


IebmuamI y 8
B\ Ja.'chb Bcmhr\
Grt' P it Pu/lill%/wit. /I'c
The Golden Apple Teachcr ot lthe Yc.r hanul|,t \\Iill
he held 11hurdai e'.cenin Fehriuar\ S. hbe tinnin 1 at 7
p in. at the LjakedJe Dinine,, Center on the North Flori-
da Communinit CIllle~c Campus,.
Sc\en teachers. '. ho \rce chosen as Teachers iof
thle Year at their schools. \'.ill compete for the presti-
,iotus MNldison Count\ Schoul Dittrict Teacher of tlhe
Yeal.
The ic' en rei hers (1' the Year arc: Ceola Grahamn.
NMadion Count\ Cential Sch,:,Il Elenmeniary Teacher
ol the Year: Ansley Roger,. Nladikon Countyi Central
School Miiddle Gi:ides Teacher ,If the lear. Deborah
Heni,\. Green lle Flemient:ir', School Teachei of the
Year: Debbhe Pittman, Lee Elcincitar\ School Teacher
of the Yeajr: Patrick Irline. NIMadison CoCiiit\ E\ el Al-
tcrnati\L e School Teacher ,t the 'Year: and Karla M ol-
nar. Nladiskon Count'l High SLIchol Teacher oAt the Year.
Ad ii.-,iton to the banqi]ue i, 2.5 pel person. Tick-
ets ma, be purLhajed a.t the door or at an\ of tile local
public sch.-,ls Ior at the Old Booktorc in Madison.


Ansley Rogers has been a teacher at Madison County
Central School for five years.. She has taught, Community
Based Instruction (CBI) for the past four years.
Rogers is a native of Madison County and is a 1993
graduate of Aucilla Christian Academy. In 1998, she gradu-
ated from Liberty University in Lynchburg,Va. with a BS
degree. She completed her teacher certification through the
FAMU, program at North Florida Community College.
Ansley is married to Lee Rogers and they have one
daughter, Ashlyn Elizabeth, who is five. Ansley is the
daughter of Ashley and Martha Beggs.
\nsley loves teaching, and in her spare time enjoys
painting and mosaics,:working in her church, and spending
time with her family and friends.


Congratulations To Our "14
Teacher Of The Year
Marilyn Ragans
From:
Pinetta Elementary School
Faculty, Staff & Students
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Madison County's
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850.973.6133

Congratulations
To All The Teachers Of The Year
In Madison County!

Tim Sanders
Madison County Clerk of the Court,

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PaotteE ,Jvine

Patrick Irvine is the Madison County Excel Alternative
School Teacher of the Year.
Irvine was born in Rochester, New York and graduated
from high school there in 1980. He attended Florida A&M
University, and finished his bachelor in Second Education:
Broad Sciences degree at Valdosta State University.
Irvine spent 10 years teaching adult education and
GED preparation at Valdosta Technical School.
Irvine completed his master's degree in curriculum and
instruction through the University of Phoenix Online in
2006.
He lives in Pinetta with his wife, Christine, and his son,
Cody.
Irvine has been teaching at Madison County Excel Al-
ternative School for the past three years.

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PATRICK IRVINE
From:
The Facul3, Staff & Students Of
Madison Count) Eecel Mternathie School
I i For Being Named Teacher Of The l ear! :
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I am the daughter of Matthew and Mary Mobley. I was
raised in Cherry Lake and attended school in Madison County.
I am married to Mr. Charlie Graham and the mother of four
children.
As a child, I always wanted to help others learn new things
and help reach their potential. I received my B.S. degree from
Valdosta State University.
Currently, I am a Kindergarten teacher at Madison County
Central School. I have been teaching for 15 years as a Kinder-
garten teacher.
My goal has not changed. My dream has become a reality.
I have found joy in helping others learn and reach their poten-
tial. Being a teacher is very rewarding and my ultimate dream
is to see my students become productive citizens.


O ur greatt teachers
Are A Priceless Asset f
Zo Our Community. a
Jada Woods Williams
Supervisor of Elections
(850) 973-6507
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SCHOOL & EDUCATION


Friday, February 2, 2007


English Teachers Gather At The Mansion For NFCC Summit
Madison County schools were NFCC coordinates annual
1 Susanne Griffin, Ben Stephens, summit meetings in different sub-
and Martha Register. ject areas as a way to promote


The annual English Summit
sponsored by North Florida Com-
munity College for area middle
and high school English teachers


was Nov. 2 at the historic Ward-
law-Smith-Goza Conference
Center (known as the Mansion)
in Madison. Attending from


Barbara McCauley, depart-
ment chair, and NFCC instructors
Frances Adleburg, Nancy White,
Rose Nixon, Susan Taylor, Tolu
Jegede and John Grosskopf coor-
dinated the event. Teachers and
NFCC instructors discussed read-
ing. strategies, creative, writing
and other instruction concerns.
Other participants included:
Aucilla Christian Academy:
Nicole Conger and Jamie New-
berry; Lafayette County: David
Everson and Natalie Wisdahl;
Taylor County: Lilly Brooks,
Sonya Sadler; Hamilton County:
Catherine Cason and Imogene
Bullock, and Suzie Tutfle from
Suwannee County.


communication and to ease the
transition for students from high
school to the college environ-
ment. For information contact Dr.
Barbara McCauley by calling
850/973-1640 or .email mc-
caulevB@nfcc.edu.


Guardian 4-H Club Bakes Cookies


The Guardian 4-H Club gets ready to deliver Christmas cookies they baked. Some of hanging out
their stops include the nursing home, fire station and the police department. (Back row, L- (ec,//I e -,
R;) Amanda Doyle, Kimberly Clark, Nicole Addis, David Addis, and Jared Langell, and
Ethan Clark (Front row L-R)
Lindsey English, AJ Doyle, -.
Leanna Kinsey, Alan Regis- -
ter, Noah Blair, and Daniel M'
Blair. (Photo submitted)


NFCC Announces
Test Dates
GED TESTS
North Florida Commu-
nity College will conduct
GED tests February 20 and
21, 2007, at 6:00 P.M. in
the NFCC Technical Center
on the Madison campus.
Persons taking the tests
will be required to furnish a
Photo ID.
NFCC holds GED
preparation courses free of
charge; there is a fee for the
test.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. To register please
call 850/973-1629.

FEBRUARY 20 AND
21: GED testing, 6 PM,
NFCC Technical Center,
Madison.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. To register please
call 850/973-1629.

TABE TESTS
Monday, February 26
at 5:00 p.m. TABE (Test
of Adult Basic Education)
at NFCC Testing Center
(Bldg. #16), Madison.
TABE is required for
acceptance into vocation-
al/technical programs.
Photo ID required.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. To register
please call (850) 973-9451.

Tuesday, February 6,
13, 20, and 27 at 1:30 p.m.
TABE (Test of Adult Ba-
sic Education) at NFCC
Testing Center (Bldg. #16),
Madison, Florida.
TABE is required for
acceptance into vocation-
al/technical programs.
Photo ID required.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. To register please
call (850) 973-9451.


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Now includes Free Parking


Phil Vassar
with Heartland
Saturday February 3
3:00pm


Tye Tribbett & G.A...........Feb 10
Billy Currington
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HIPPIE FEST
IRON BUTTERFLY, Eric Burton & The
Animals, Felix Cavaliere's Rascals,
Melanie, Country Joe McDonald,
Badfinger featuring Joey Molland,
Terry Slyvester formally of the Hollies
& Denny Laine former lead singer of
the Moody Blues...........Feb 24
All Concerts IREE with park admission


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Top Dollpr Paid for Your Pine Timber!
If you're thinking about selling your timber or
need an estimate, call Kelley Holton at
850-843-5502


M I Mincy Land & Timber, Inc.

We Buy Timber and Timberland


Teachers attending the English Summit are pictured,
(left to right) Ben Stephens, Madison; Natalie Wisdahl,
Lafayette County; and Suzie Tuttle of Suwannee County.


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Doug Helms, Agent
105 W. Anderson St., Monticello,
(850) 997-2213
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(850) 584-2371
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Madison, FL
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Above-Ground Swimming Pools Pool Supplies Pool Chemicals
Mike Harris (Owner) Cell (386) 590-0888
24 Hour Service Lic# 2610


HUGH'S LAWN CARE
and TREE SERVICE, LLC
Hugh Sherrod
238 NE Brickyard Pond Ave. Madison, Florida
Business: 850-445-3321 Home: 850-973-6601 email: hughsl@earthlink.net
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850-566-6504
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FARM & AGRICULTURE


Friday, February 2, 2007


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A contestant shows a hog at last year's North Flori-
da Livestock Show and Sale. Ed Sapp facilitated a clinic
on January 20, showing 4-H members how to show and
groom their swine.
By Gabe Thompson
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County 4-H hosted a Swine Grooming and
Showmanship clinic on Saturday, January 20. The clinic was
held at the Madison County Extension office.
Ed Sapp facilitated the clinic. He showed the 4-Hers how to
groom a pig in preparation for the livestock show that will be
held on February 19-22. Clay and Kimberly Sapp demonstrated
how to show pigs and how to compete in the showmanship
event.
4-H Director Rebecca Miller followed up the clinic with a
recordbook clinic. There were 15 participants from Madison and
Taylor County. The clinic was an educational event for adults
and children alike.

prmRiuYMARBIf'!
For the week ended January 25, 2007:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
6,115, compared to 6,964 last week, and 7,831 a year ago.
According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market
News Service: Compared to last week: Slaughter cows and
Bulls were steady to 2.00 higher; feeder steers and heifers
were steady to 2.00.


Feeder Steers:


Feeder Heifers:


Slaughter Cows:
43.00-48.00
Slaughter Bulls:
56.00-65.00


Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs., 130.00-200.00
300-400 lbs. 106.00-144.00
400-500 lbs. 92.00-115.00
Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 106.00-185.00
300-400 lbs. 95.00-125.00
400-500 lbs. 86.00-102.50
Lean: 750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent

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Land Clearing Driveways
Stump Removal Mowing
Roads Discing
Culverts Boxblading
Ponds Demolition
No Job Too Small
Paul Kinsley (850) 973-6326
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Forest Greene. 12 years old, shot his first gob-
bler on January 14, 2007 while he was overlooking
a deer trail. The turkey walked in range of his gun.
He was hunting with his "Pop." He also shot his first
deer and a hog in December 2006. making a grand
slam for the season. Forest is the son of William
and Lisa Greene. He attends Aucilla Christian Acad-
emy. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by "Pop.' Tom-
my Greene, January 14, 2007)


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tremely rare.
Stokes said he's been hunting the area in Sumter County
since 1962 and has taken some nice bucks there over the past few
years, but nothing like this has ever happenedto him in past
hunts.
His honeyhole's an opening within a live oak hammock in
the middle of a palmetto-blanketed, planted pine island, sur-
rounded by cypress ponds. It's usually difficult to access unless
you're willing to wade through chest-deep water amid a few big
gators. But this season, Stokes said, the water's as low as he's
seen it in 40 years, and he was able to get a ladder stand there be-
fore the season started.
The area's, used mainly by deer-dog hunters, and that morn-
ing, Stokes got to his stand 30 minutes before first light. A half-
hour after daybreak, Stokes could hear the sound of hunters
searching the roads for fresh buck tracks as their dogs barked
from within their dog boxes.
He then saw a 9-point get up and start slipping along a trail
between the pines and pond 50 yards away probably triggered

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by the dogs' barking. Stokes shot the deer once with his Brown-
ing 12-gauge, 3-inch magnum shotgun and dropped it where it
stood.
That's when Stokes noticed an 8-point jump up from behind
some thick brush 60 yards away. The deer was looking around,
trying to figure out where the shot came from, when Stokes
downed him, firing once using .000 buckshot from the 32-inch
barrel.
Farley measured the antlers of both deer, the 9-point (her-
maphrodite) scoring 94 net Boone and Crockett points, and the
8-pointer netting 99 inches Stokes' best-scoring buck to date.
Both deer barely missed qualifying for Florida's Buck Reg-
istry, but Stokes definitely took two trophies off public land that
day, and experienced a unique phenomenon.
"I've never paid money to belong to a hunting club, nor have
I ever paid to hunt anywhere," Stokes said proudly. "There's lots
of great public hunting land in this state, and these two deer are
a fine example of what a $26 management area stamp can get
you."
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SAnnual



JakesZa

Set For Saturday
The Fourth Annual Jakes Day, sponsored by the Smokey Bear, beginning at 10 a.m.
Madison County Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Lunch will be provided for participants, beginning at
Federation, will be held on Saturday, February 3 at the noon.
home of Wally and Vonnie Davis, at 5757 NE Rocky Ford After-lunch activities include: archery, skeet shoot-
Road. ing, rifle range and more.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m. for children, 0 to 17 Door prizes will be awarded and a Jakes Only raffle
years of age. Presentations will be given by the Fish & will be held for a Remington .8.70 20-gauge shotgun.
Wildlife Commission, the Madison County Sheriff's Of- For more information, contact Wally Davis at 973-
fice, and the Georgia Forestry Commission, along with 6260 or Marc Webb at 971-9918.


Hunter Gets Surprise After

Taking Two Trophy Deer
DeBary resident Joe Stokes had a shocker of a day, deer
hunting on public land Nov. 12. He shot not one, but two, quali-
ty deer (and that's not all there is to the story) during an early .
morning hunt on a wildlife management area (WMA). He's not .. ,,
divulging which WMA.
But the really exceptional thing about Stokes' hunt was one .
of the deer was a hermaphrodite, meaning it had male and female
sex organs. o .
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) ".
senior wildlife technician Tim Farley logged the deer in at the
area's check station and noticed the anomaly. Furthermore, Far- -,
ley checked in a 6-point the day before from the same WMA,
which also was a hermaphrodite. After close inspection, Farley
said both deer were three years old and had never been bred.
"I've been doing this for 27 years, and I've only come across
three deer that were 'true' hermaphrodites those having all of
the male and female sex organs," Farley said. "The first one I saw
was in 1992 from Taylor County and now two in one weekend." Joe Stokes with the 9-point, hermaphrodite deer (left)
FWC biologist and deer management coordinator Robert and the 8-point buck he took November 12, 2006 off pub-
Vanderhoof, Ph.D said deer that are true hermaphrodites are ex- lic land in Sumter County. (Photo submitted)


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Friday, February 2, 2007


Saturday, February 3,
8 a.m. 5 p.m.

Hwy 90 at Pickle Lane. Help find a cure for
Cancer! Big Sale! Go-cart frame, some fur-
niture, some clothes, and much misc.!!


I build sheds, decks, handicap
ramps, exterior carpentry work,
window and door replacement.
Call Bob: 850-242-9342

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

Notary Public
Will Travel
Call Joan at
850-948-2788


Will take care of elderly per-
son. Good references. Call
Joan 850-242-9343

Family Counseling Center locat-
ed at Middle Florida Baptist Asso-
ciation, 349 SW Captain Brown
Rd. Madison, Florida.

Dr. Sylvia Tomberlin, Director
Offering counseling services for
families and individuals.
Thursday
10:00 a.m. thru 7:00 p.m.
For appointments & fees call:
(850) 973-8607 (Mon-Thurs.)
(850) 508-6877 (All week)

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

We Do Backhoe &
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KING PILLOWTOP Mattress Set.
Brand new in plastic. Must move,
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$1650850-545-7112


Packing???
25 lbs. of
Clean Newspapers
just $2
973-4141






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.
Chickens Wanted
I'm looking for a few large breed
chickens. Reasonably priced
please. For egg, laying use only.
Will live in a nice chicken house
and will be allowed to free range a
good percentage of time. Please
call Susan 850-948-5097.
Guineas Wanted
I need 3-4 Guineas. I have a hen
who would like some company of
her own species. Please call Susan
850-948-5097 (Lovett)


Ukulele Needed
Do you have a ukulele sitting
around the house? If so, how
about donating it to a church
group just organized. Call Mary
Ellen Greene at 973-4141


Top dollar paid for your domestic
guitar and tube amp. Gibson,
Gretch, Fender, Guild, Heritage,
Martin, Taylor, Epiphone, Mostrite,
Paul Reed Smith, or other. Call
863-944-5605 leave .message.
Wanted to rent: single retired
man would like to rent small
house/mobile home in quiet
country setting.Please call Bri-
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outhern Villas of

Ckadison 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 Erin Levin
at 850-570-0459

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."
Newly Renovated Home
Greenville, FL, 3 br, 1 bth, Den,
Kitchenette. Gas Heater, Stove, Re-
frigerator, Washer/Dryer, New Car-
pet. $500 mo., plus $500 security.
Call 850-464-2513.


reenville Pointe

Apartments i

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





I have lost my lease on property.
Must sell quickly. My 4/2 dou-
blewide, for what's owed on it;
$39,500, I will move and set up.
Call Mr. Vanette 352-378-2453
Will sacrifice
Owner Transferred back to
Michigan, 4/2 $43,900
For info. call Mr. Walker
352-378-2453
I will sacrifice my new 14 x 70, 3/2,
for $23,995. All warranties will be
valid. I ,will even drop it on your
property. Call 386-867-3347
Will Owner Finance
my 3/2 2007 Fleetwood
16 x 80 must see
For info call 352-208-0561


New 28 x 80 Fleetwood on sale
for $53,995 includes A/C, skirt-
ing, steps. Has 2,000 square feet.
Call Marion 352-378-2453

Owner Must Sell
3/2 $36,900
Excellent condition
Furnished or Unfurnished
CallDavid 352-208-3710


28 wide 4/2 on sale at Jean, Jim
& Roy's for $43,995 Call Mar-
lon 352-378-2453.


My uranomotner is too old to live
by herself, so I have decided to sell
a 28 x 44 for $29,500; includes
A/C, skirting + steps. But you must
move. Call Matt 352-372-4663
32 wide on sale at Jean, Jim &
Roy's for only $45,000, includes -
A/C, skirting and steps. Call
Marlon 352-378-2453


READY TO MOVE IN
Nice 1728 sq ft, 3br, 2ba, Dou-
ble Wide, .39 acre lot, central
air, appliances, $62,900 fi-
nancing..
(866) 471-2005

'93 Mobile Home 14x80
Manufacture: Fleetwood Weston
Features: Two bedroom, two bath,
large living room, kitchen bar, gar-
den tub, front porch, excellent con-
dition. Contact: Joel or Vanessa at'
850-973-3979, leave message
* I have 5 Homes of Merit factory
repo's; 4 four of them are 28 x 60;
Forrest Manor #LC0014 for
$49,995; includes setup & delivery
and one Cypress manor, #LC0035,
28.x 52 for $39,995, also includes
setup & delivery. Call Matt 386-
867-3347






Seeking experienced HVAC Ser-
vice Technician. Must be able to
troubleshoot and installation. Pay is
DOE. Company truck and benefits
provided. Please call (850) 948-
6100.


LriN or iN neeueu
7P 7A
WITH BENEFITS!!!
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Please Contact Angela Akins or
Amelia Tompkins at 386-362-7860
Opportunity

Insurance agency looking for a
take-charge staff person. Estab-
lished office in Madison. Must be
customer service oriented.

Professional appearance, prefer in-
surance license, but not mandatory.
Willing to train the right person.

Competitive salary, plus growth po-
tential.

Please send resume to Keith Har-
grove, 145 East Base Street, Madi-
son, Florida 32340
WANTED...

SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS

FREE TRAINING
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE
FRIENDLY WORKING
CONDITIONS
REWARDING WORK

CALL IVAN JOHNSON WITH
MADISON COUNTY
SCHOOLS
850-973-5022

$ AVON $
In 2007 Start Your Own Business
Start-Up Kit $10
Call Dorothy
973-3153


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A rewarding job with the nation's leading bottled water company
may be closer than you think. Nestle Waters North America is hiring.

Nestle has several immediate openings at its Madison County bottling facility.
Employment opportunities are available for flexible and self-motivated individuals seeking
careers in production, maintenance, logistics and quality assurance.

Nestle Waters offers great starting pay, ranging from $116s to $175, an"a
hour depending upon the position. Our outstanding benefits pack-. .., wA,.


Production Team
Member
S1165 per hour
Quality Assurance
Technician
$1450 per hour
Water Processing
Technician
S140o per hour


age includes health and dental C.%-
insurance along with a 401K
and profit-sharing plans. o i

Stop by and fill out an applica-
tion (directions below), and W1
take the first step toward a challenging and rewarding
future with Nestle Waters. __


For more information, call Nestl6 Waters
at (850) 971-2100 or visit our website
at www.madisonblue.org.


From 1-10:
Take exit 262 North
through the town of
Lee to SR 6. Turn East
(RIGHT) for approx. 3 miles
to Hawthorn Road. Look for the Deer Park
sign. Turn RIGHT on Hawthorn Road and
follow the signs to the parking area.

From 1-75: Take exit 460 turn West
approx. 15 miles. Entrance is on LEFT.


Equal opportunity employer
M/F/V/D


NORTH AMERICA


Classifieds, is
continued on page
17A


Services


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APALACHEE CENTER
Recovery Specialist I (#TBA)
A bachelor's degree from an ac-
credited university or college with
a major in counseling, social work,
psychology, criminal, justice, nurs-
ing, rehabilitation, special educa-
tion, health education, or a related
human services field (a related hu-
man services field is one in which
major course work includes the
study of human behavior and de-
velopment) and have a minimum of
one year of full time or equivalent
experience working with adults ex-
periencing serious mental illness or
a bachelor's degree frotn an accred-
ited university or college and three
years full time or equivalent experi-
ence working with adults experi-
encing serious mental illness.

Recovery Specialist II (#TBA)
A Masters degree from an accredit-
ed university or college with a ma-
jor in counseling, social work, psy-
chology, criminal justice, nursing,
rehabilitation, special education,
health education, or a related hu-
man services field; or other Mas-
ter's degree from an accredited uni-
versity or college with two years
full-time or equivalent experience
working with adults experiencing
serious mental illness. Prior work
experience with adults with psychi-
atric disabilities required. As-
sertive community treatment expe-
rience working in off-site commu-
nity settings consistent with
the PACT model of service delivery
preferred. Experience working in a
Recovery model with customers
preferred. Professional experience
working with persons with severe
and persistent mental illness
(SPMI) preferred. Must possess a
valid driver's license.

Recovery Team Leader (#TBA)
Masters degree from an accredited
university or college with a major
in the field of counseling, social
work, psychology, nursing, rehabil-
itation, special education, health
education, or a related human ser-
vices field with three (3) years of
full timeor equivalent related pro-
fessional experience one of which
was in a supervisory/administrative
capacity; or a Bachelor's degree
from an accredited university or
college with a major in the field of
counseling, social work, psycholo-
gy, nursing, rehabilitation, special
education, health education,,or a re-
lated human services field and five
. (5) years of full time or equivalent
related professional experience,
one of which was in a supervisory/
administrative capacity. Must pos-
sess current, valid driver's license.
For more information of available
positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org.
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E., Talla-
hassee, FL.
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer
Drug Free Workplace
DETENTION OFFICER
The Brooks County Jail is now ac-
cepting applications for two (2) De-
tention Officers. These positions
will be responsible for assisting in
the booking and jailing of all crim-
inal offenders. Entry level salary
for the position is $9.74 per hour.
Applicants must meet the follow-
ing criteria:

High School graduate or GED
Be at least 21 years of age
Possess or ability to obtain a valid
Georgia Drivers License
Ability to meet current require-
ments set forth in the Georgia Man-
date Law Enforcement Training
Act/Peace Officer's Standards and
Training Act
Applications may be obtained
Monday through Friday from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from the Brooks
County Office Building located at
610 S. Highland Road, Quitman,
GA.
All applications/resumes must be
returned to the Brooks County Of-
fice (only) to be considered for the
position. Applications/resumes
will be accepted until the positions
are filled. Brooks County Sheriff's
Office is an equal opportunity em-
ployer and an "at will employer".


Housekeeper Needed
Salary based on experience, day
shift 7 a.m. 5 p.m., Apply direct-
ly at Holiday Inn 167 SE Bandit St.
Madison, FL 850-973-2020.



"Help Wanted"
section of the












Friday, February 2, 2007


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 1 7A


The "Help Wanted" section
of the

Classifieds, continued from 16A


EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Madison County Solid Waste/Re-
cycling Department

Truck Driver/Operator

Job Duties:

Miscellaneous equipment operation
and/or truck driving: performing
routine maintenance and minor re-
pairs on such equipment, perform-
ing other job duties as assigned by
supervisor, including laborer and
semi-skilled assignments when
necessary to maintain work sched-
ule.

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience operating various
equipment and/or heavy trucks, or
any combination of education,
training: and experience which pro-
vides the required knowledge, skills
and abilities.

High School Diploma or its equiva-
lent preferred

Sufficient health, physical strength,
and ability to do heavy manual la-
bor, Keeping logs and records for
vehicles required.

Valid Commercial Driver's License
Class B with Air Brake Application
or higher

Application Deadline

5:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, 2007

Employment applications may be
obtained from and submitted to the
County Commission Office be-
tween 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Located in
the Courthouse Annex at 112 E
Pinckney St., Room 219, Madison,
Fl. 32340. For further information
on the job itself, contact the Solid
Waste Recycling Office at (850)
973-2611.

Madison County is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace.


HOUSE SUPERVISOR
FULL-riMEI ; it ,

Must be RN with Manager Exp.
and good clinical skills. Please con-
tact Amelia Tompkins at 386-382-
7860. Or apply in person at Suwan-
nee Health Care Center, 1820 E
Helvenston St., Live Oak, FL
EOE/D/V/M/F


GREENE


PuMlishing, lnci"

General
News / School/ Sports
Reporter needed.
Must be a team player, able to
handle multiple tasks, and be
able to cover a variety of stories.
Experience in writing/reporting
preferred. Must have an excel-
lent knowledge of English gram-
mar and its proper usage. Apply
in person only at the Madison
County Carrier newspaper of-
fice, located at 1695 South SR
53.

Housekeeper Needed
Salary based on experience, day
shift 7 a.m. 5 p.m., Apply direct-
ly at Holiday Inn 167 SE Bandit St.
Madison, FL 850-973-2020.

Buins
Opotnt


NOTICE OF MEETING
M COMMISSION
NMAI-)ISON. FL ORID \


Thei regular metling of the Cu t Ciimmisi.on .l ihI (.il oft Madison. Florida ill be
hlid luesda). Frhruari 13. 2Ni) at 5:3vU p.m. in Cit) Hall.

\n\ prr'on "hon decid-e I,; appeal an> d-ci'.ion made bt the CI mmis.in "ilh rt-pect
in anm mailtr considered r.r 'uch mnttring %ill need a record of the procrtdings, and
that fir ceeding-. is madt, whichh re-oird include lilt deitimons, and tridence up-,n which ihe ap-
peal i ba'id.




NO)TICE OF PUBLIC MEIi[NG: The Di.tritl RBard of Irutu.s. of North Ilirida
iCorniunitl) ('ollet-t ill hold iL' regular monthly, metlin. Tutsdat. Fcbrtuar 211. 21)i"
a.11 5:3 p.m. i.n thi NT(-C Sludtnt C'riir La.hf',dt R',om. NE 2. 32.'5 N% [urnr
Da i Dr.. Madikon. I-. \ %ups\ Il Ihl agenda maj hw .,hlained hbi rina: NIC(.C.l-
frie ,f the lPrt.idn. 325 N%\ lurner D''.ai Dr.. Madison. FL 3234ui. Fur dL-abilitl-ri-
l.il]d accomm ilation .in.act thc NF(CC Office of CLollirt \d'anctmemn. 8l.9"3-
1653. NFCC i. an equal .ace..'tqual opportunity tmplohrr.
NOTICE OF PiI. IC IHEl .RING: [fh N(.(_ HB.ard .I fru'ti-' announce. itl irtnit
o uwie upon ihangli in 1MIT P,-lics B2.411: \eadremnc ll.tar.. Cnllt (. Calendar. ThI'
point r,-iion i-.iauhiirihitd b, la. SLtn. Itu ': linl.h4. l4. 1 l.o5 and 'BE .\dmini rair. t.i' .
Rult6 I'\: I-4.1.4. Tht ic-onimic impact Ito NFCC do to ilh cliangre i "11. Cuopi ul liht
police in qut-li.in ar'. a it lahilt lr public r it-n in th% ice Prt-i ntil".tlii..e i NFCC.
Per.,|n'. ihhinf' to .iddrt- t hIn It.ut m.cI do o li h appearing btfiore the UBard .11 iht
mtiLiini".Pti 'lonns o'hing i[ appL.al Board drtli-.in rel.atd to thi i'bsuLI "il nled aI
tuord ilthe pir-C-c.dini fr such an app'il and inma. tIh r-for., nte-d to tIniur' that a
ur.rh.iim icoid I'I mad'.

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TO A.LL PERSONS H \ING CL %11MS(OR DIEMANNDS \G INSIf THE \BO\E EN.
TITI.ED EST\fE %NDI \LL PERSONS INTERESTED IN S\ID EST-fE-"

S01O i \RE HEREB NOTIFIED ihat the administration of the li stat: of
J \MES ROBERT SE \RC dceacd., i. pindin: in the Cirtujt Curt in and lur Madi-
, on ICountl. Florida. Prholaie Dil'i ion. ihr addrtes f l which i' the NMadison .ounts
Courihou,'. Post Office Bo\ 23". MadLinn. Florida 323411. 1Th nami and addre'ssts if
Ihti P,.r-nal Repre'entalikt and tlhe Prsonal Repr'esntanie's ahtirnt.) art trl forth


11 person' hIaiiiiL claims nr demand, aeain.l the estate are required. \M1THIN
THREE
C\LENDIR MONTHS FROM THE IDfE OF THE FIRST PIFBLIClFION 01
THIS NOITICE ti liie "ih the clkrk o'f th abo't '.lcltud court a urititn .taltment of
anm claim ur dtinand their mau hate. Each claim mus ht in writing and mu't indicate
lit ba'si for tht claim, ihe name and addr. ol'f he creditlr or hi. agtnt or altorne).
and the amount claimed. If ihe claim i. notl ti due. ihe date when it till be-com, dtue
.hall b( itatd. If Ihe claim i- contingeni or unliquidat'd. the nature ol the unc'rtain-
i1 shall be staltd. If the claim is 'scurtd. the s'curiun .hall b described. The claimant
.hall dtlIer 'ufficiiit ncopits of hi claim 1in tli- clerk io enable tilh clerk t mail on 11 I
cop) to each perironal reprt..entatite.
\II person. inlitr'ltd in th.: tiatt Io thoin a cop( of Ihis Nitce o.l Wd-.
mini.tration ha. hbeen niiiad are requir.d. illH IIIN THREE C %LEND \R MONfI'HS
FROM fHE D\TIF OF THE FIRs.T PUBLIC -TION OF THIS NOTICE t,o ile an
ohjctiiins ihe, mal haim that ch.illtng'h Ih c taliddit ol lhe deced'nli'. ill. tht qualify.
cation' id hie pter'onal repr'-.ntali st. or thelI enue or jurisdtcrion nof tht Ce url.

\LL (1- lIlMS -NI) OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED \%%ILL BiE fORE\
ER BARRED.
DatI al thi Ifir-' puhhcarion ol Ihi Ntict oif \dmini'tratin: .l.anuar. 216.

(Car t H.irdtr. II \ I% II.N \\. SE \RCN
Pot (Offiert IDrakr 451l t) NE C(onnt Road 255
NMad-on. Florida 32341 I1-t. Flirida 32nd5Q
Teltphone: Sith 973.4111"e
Fac',imile: i8 ,S5l 1 3-.S49
Florida Bar Number 133S.56
tlornlne for Ihe Personal Rtpresmniatet

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MOODI. \NI) Ill. Lrl.
a "Florida inmih-d pirlir'.hip.
Plamintiff.


IN I HE CIRi.UI COIL RI. THIRI
JIDILCI. IC IRClI I. IN %ND IlOR
Di DISON COI)UN T. FLORIDA.

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C \SE NUMBER: 2i,6-42Y'( \

DISION:


II. B. RE L. I~. INC.. a lurida ct,.rp..rali.oni.
and H\1E1 LON L t\HIIELL.

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NOTICE OF SNLE
NOI I( E t. hl.r,.b aie-n that. pur.uantl to in OIrdtr or a Final Jud ament
-it I rnl.. ure in ihe ah,=...captionEd action 1. finm sander.. Ckrk ofi tlli ( Iruil
Cour., %ill sill iht prioprtm siluaitd in Mladi'.on Counti. Flirida. de-'crihcd a_.
P\R- EL 19)." %1ESTIO()OD IFOREST
\ P\RCIL OF 1 \%ND I.ING LN SECTIONS II. 12. 13. %NIM 14 TOWNSHIP 2
MI.I' flH: RIt\N(-E In E \;. M DISON (-COUNT%. FLORID %ND BEING MORE
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% 1ES] CORNER OF S %ID SECI ION 14, \ND RN SOLITH nil DEGREES IS NMLN.
L IE 2 .ELONDS E S'fT. %1 DISI\ NCF 01 I.211U. in FEET: THENCE NORTH S"
DEGREI-S ill MINI'LIS 39 SECOND E\ST. \ F.IST\N(F Of Sh6."3 FEE :
I'IENCE OlUIH ni DlEGREE1 ill MINUTES 6h SECONDS E %ST. DII sI\N(IE
OE Ilii.o3 FI-ET: IFIENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES ;35 MINI_1ITE' 24 SECONWII
E \S. \ DI)IT\N- E OF 2.h"'t.9 FEET: THENCE NOR H iJI) DEGREES lill MIN '
ILTESI ISE. :CONI.S E 1IT. \ DIsTNCE OI 36,9.15 FEET fO THE POINT OF BE.
GINNING, IROM SN ID PO(IN [ OF BEGINNING: CONTINUE NORTH till DE
RULES S -uil MINUS I ES Ill SECONDS E \ST. \ DISTANCE O(F 92.85 FEET TO THE
I-IOUTH RIGHT OF \%%% OF TR\CT B: THENCE RUN THE FOLIO%\ING
(-COURSES \LONG SXD RIGHT OF \ %., SOLITH 84) DEGREES 31 MINIITES 53
SECONDiS E%\ST. A IDIS1 \NCE OF 29i.in.2 FEEF: THENCE SOUTH 8) DEGREES
til) MINUTES 113 ELCONDS E \IsT., DISTANCE OF 764.23 FEE1: THENCE
NORTH .S IDEGI.REES 115 MINUTES 42 SECONDS E \ST. \ DISTANCE OF 734.23
FEE I' O THE iESTTERL RIGHT OF \\\ I OF COlUNT\ RO\D No. 255. S1Dl)
POINT BEING THE POINT OF ClR\ E OF \ NON T\NGENT CURE TO I-HE
RI.GH1, I h% ING% \ R.\DIIS OF 11 .4ll9.It, FEET \ND \ CENTRAL kiNGI E OF 114
;DEGREES 41 MINUTES 47 SECONDS: THENCE S(IUIHERL LONGG THE
\RC. \NDS\ID RIGHT I OF \\N .\ DIT\NCE Of1 935.13 FEET. FOR -\CHORD
OF SOUTH Ii DEGREES 49 MlNUTES 401 S-_ECONDS E \ST., DISTANCE OF
'931.92 FEE I. THENCE LEE\ING s,\[D RIGHT O1 \\%N. RUN SOLiTH i' DE-
GREES 319 MLNLUIES 35 SECONDS \\EST. % DISTiNCE OF 1.963.94 FEET fO
IHE POINT OF BEGINNING. CON NINING \ NET ICRELGE OF 40.n.2 CREWS .
MORE OR LESS.
at public sale.nil the hightit and bht. bidder for cash.alt tihe \ ts entranctedi thI, Madi-
s.on Count1 t Courihouo. in Nladi-on. Florid. al 11:111) a.m. on the 2Sth da.oi lf Fibru.
Sar$). 21111"'.
\ni ptr.nn claiming an int-ret- in tht urplus from ihe sale, if ant, other
ihan the prupiri, ownt-r a. of tlihe dati ihthe Itr pndens, mus file a claim 'tilhin ilt
dau%- aftlr the-ale.
I\\ I NEsS ms hand and the seal nl thi. Court hi. 31, dat olf lanu
ar\ 20J07.
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a'.iMaltn. Plas -'omniact the C.uril dmini.trator. 145 N. Hernando Sti.. PO Bo\ 1569.
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AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for
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Real Estate
BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. WIN-
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BROCHURE (877)837-2288 Exit Re-
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www.exitmurphv.com.

WYOMING RANCH DISPERSAL 35
acres $59,900; 75 acres $108,900;
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NEW LOG HOME- $69,900- Lake ac-
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One half to 3.5 acre sites. svwwhigh-
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2U wooded acres in GA. Coastal re-
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$34,900 with FREE Boat Slips! RARE
opportunity to own land on spectacular
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oak & hickory, park- like setting with
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mountain top, view, trees, waterfall &
large public lake nearby, paved private
access, gated community, $139,500
owner (866)789-8535.

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X 527.

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$143,500. Unlimited hunting, hiking,
camping and trophy trout fishing all in
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Pleasantly mild climate 1.5 acres, 90
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counts, 90% financing. Call (800)709-
5253.

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meadows & woods in excellent loca-
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financing. Call now (866)352-2249, x
1097.

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mtn views all around you. Private own-
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& stocked trout stream. Ready to build.
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Steel Buildings
BUILDING SALE...Feb/March deliv-
ery or deposit holds till Spring.
25'x40'x12' $4800. 40'x60'xl6'
$12,800. Front end optional. Rear end
included. MANY OTHERS! Pioneer,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COI.RT. THIRD
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M ArDISON COIUNTN. FLORID\.


In Re: flih. EStilt of
I\MES ROBERr SE \RCN.
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OuLside Shops Summer Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques

'Yard sale We buy...call us! Collectibles
SeL-up Tools
is8& up I Furniture

HWy. 19 8.* 850-838-1422 850-584-7124 Mon-Th IN 1HE CIRCUIT CrouRT, THIRD
IN I FHLI(IRL LI I OCRT IN IrHl TIIIIRID JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
JIDICI AL LIRCUIlI IN ND I OR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Nl NDISI %(L RCI'NTA. I LIJRII
1\I-) ( OLNT1. TLOrlD WOODLAND III, LTD., CIVIL ACTION
TA %\E Ns IN.% E ioa.4,1142.C Na Florida limited partnership, CASE NUMBER: 227CA
C iEN. e.42 CASE NUMBER: 2006-427-CA
,;T.A I.N RIN.AI AN. Plaintiff,
vs. DIVISION:
PlainlifT,
HAZELTON E. WHITELY, *
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ALLEN W I. I \K I t.R: I I I li \I 1
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tOU' \RE NOTIFIED that a C.mrrplaini l.r las hl cd .>ii lulik .in h, ull .llini

pfrperi in 1M.iali.n C.,unim Fi,.rinda:

COMMENCE IT FHL NORTH \ST CORNER 0 fHIe SOU l.uI
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POINT O(F HEGINNING.I FROM SID POINT Of BEGINNING RUN
SIUI H 1H2 DEI..RLES 23 AIINUI IE; 2h SL(CONDS L \lI 25 MI' I EEF
TO THE SOUTH SILDL F \ 2" IOOT ROAD. THNE1 El NOI IH I.s
DL(GREES 39' MINUTES 2', SECONDSS \\Est \LONo, sllt ROAl)
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AGREES "I MIINUI Ls, 41n SECONDS \ ESI 13h.? I EET. 1 HEN(. E
SOUTH S DEGREES 3', MINUTES 28 SECONDS ELNI "83.11"
FEE I IO THE CENTER OFl \ 4) FOOI GR IDED LO(UN 1 RL lD,
THENCL NORTH 31 DEGREES 53 MINI.' I L, 5, SF( )NDS \\ ESI
LLOIN(. NSID COUNTYTA RO)D 23."3 FEElI IHENCE LL\MING.
SM ID lOLiNl RO., RIN NORTH jt DLEGRFF.S 31) MAINU II E 2
SEFCONIID E4ANT 12n2.14 FFET 10 I HE IOINF OF BEGINNING, .

\ND

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\\ FST QUARTER OF IE( TION 2. IOANSHIP 2 NOR FII. RNGL ,9
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THENCE RUN NORIII Mb DEGREES 39' MINUTES 25' SNIhECOND1
E \ST 31h.43 FEET. THEN( E RUN NORTH n2 DFGREI- 23 MIN-
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h '. het t filed .i, in-t i. u and slher..ind tiu are i lquired Is. r.r', .i .p e t' of .iur %ril-

in deel'n.ns. il .ian. il ni on D\NILL E. AlAN M\US,% ESQUIRE. 'AIIIH. THOMII'.

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OF THE COUINTA MAINTAINED I'UB.IL C Ro)\D NORTIlA EST
411lH STREET. OI IlHE FOELOAING DESCRIBED RE \L IPROP.
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1ION.sHIP 3 NORTH. RANGE E\NI. MAl IISION ECOILNTA.
FLORII\. A\ND RUN NORTH 8'9 IIDGREES 45 MINUIESP 1 N FC
ONIDS E-T 13S5".4U FEET, IHI:N( E NOL' I H in DElGREEN 2. \IlIN.
UTEN 2N9 SECONDS \\ FSI 26>18F.34 FEE I TO THE I'OINI OF HI
GINNING. FROM SMID IlOINll O1 BEGINNING RUN NOR 111H '
DE.RIEFS 25 AIIN IFES 55 SECONDS 1: \1 I '1.1.4 FEE: I. THEN( I
SOUTH nil LDEREES I' AMINUI ES 33 iECONDSN EAST 1312 15
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SECONDS A E&i 131"'.1' FEI I. IIIENC-F SiU I H V"' DF(.RIEIN 21
MINUIES 43 SECONDS E \T v.15 Fl I TTO THE POINT OF HI:BE.
GINNING.

TOGETHER 11ITH Ill\.T CERI AIN MOBILE HOMIL 1 I. AlEDI
THEREON, SERI \L NUMBERS FL \146141A \ FL14 \61414'H.


% K. \ 411u 4 I)EELL \%t % NAt. DIISOiN. FI 323411


\An pi..ro.n Jdainun' 1an1 inlirti in IIIh nuripl Itr..min it,. '.il. if a.n.. ilher
than IthL Ipr..prIt -no *a.i i it n slit ..f hi. Li I- Pndni, minl filt a claim withinn 'Ni\-
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\AIINESS MA\ HNDI) and 1th' .,.,Il nl lthi. C.ri nI _,__ I an.
IS 21111'.

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Depuit Clerk


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NOIICE i- hIrtht gciin thai. pursuanit i an ( Ordtr or a Final Judgment

I.1 Fortclisur, in ihu aboe-caplinned .aKiin. I. Tim Sander,. Clerk of hll. Circuit

(-sPur. "ill sell ihe property -.luatiid in Madi-on Counti. Florida. described a.,:

P\RLEL 2..W1 EN\\CIOD FOREST

A PAR( EL OF LAiND LING IN SECTIONS 11 ND 12. TO%%NSHIP 2 SOUTH.
R RANGE In E A%;T. M\DI;.ON CO)UN f\. FLORIDA \ND BEING MORE P\RTICU-
L RL\n DESCRIBED AS Foll I OSN. COMMENCE \1 IIlE NORTH% EST COR-
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ECONDISE \ST. A DINsT\NCE OF 1.2654111 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 12 DEGREES
4.1 MINUTES itl SECONDS E1 \T. A DISTANCE OF 6 2.69 FEET TO THE POINT
OFr EGINNING4. I ROMI S;ID POINI OF BEGINNING: CON flNUE SOUTH n2
DEGREES 47 MINUTES Ill SECONDS E %ST. \LONG SAID LINE. A DISTANCE
OF .;4' 31 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF A,\\ OF TRACT A: THENCE
NOUTH x DEGREES 41 MINUTES 42 SECOND, \%EST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
\\1 A. \ DINT\NCE OF 59.48 FEE I: fIIENLE S)i.'il Ab DEGREES I51 MINUTE
42 SECONDS At EI-T ALONG S\ID RICH I (-OF \\\A. A DISTANCE OF I.i)3".31
FELE : I HENCE SOUTH bS DEGREES 3S MINIII S 42 SECONDS AIEST ALONG
Al)D RIGHT OF \\ %\. \ DISTANCE 01 941.01 FEET TO THE E AST RIGHT OF
\ AF Of COU IN ROAD No. 255. THENCE NORTH 13 DEGREES 5o MINL'TES
4' SECOND; \\ EST. ALONG SAID RIGHT OF A% AA. % DISTANCE OF 9.95 FEET.
SID % I'DINT BEING THE POINT OF CUR\ E (IF A NON TANGENT CUR\ E TO
THE IELI -. IH \ ING A R.\DILIS OF I I.5UJ.15 FEE I \ND \ CENTRALL \NGLE OF
ill DEGREES 4" MINUTES 43 SECONDS, I HIIENCE NORIHERLN \LONG THILE
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O(_(NTINING 41l.lil ACRES. MORE OR I.ESS.


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-in C untili "Courihou:e in Madi-s.n. Flnrida.at 11:1111 a.m. nn the 281h da) ofl Febru-

ar). \D. 211".

An. person claiming an interest in 1hc surpluss from Ihe sale. if an,. other ,.

Ihan iht property l. owner a, of ihr dat of ithe l Is pending music filu a claim silhin (i11

d.ai afler [thi ale.


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