The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Our 142nd Year,.Number 47

Friday, July 20, 2007

Madison, Florida 32340

Eight And Under Softball Team Finishes Third In

The Babe Ruth League
eight and under softball
all-stars finished third in
the state in recent play.
Front row, left to right:
Coach Jodi Cooper, Cindy
Brown, Alexis Livingston,
Imani Boldin, Hannah Zim-
merly and Katelyn McCam-
mon. Middle row, left to
right: Carlie Ginn, Shelbi
Cooper, Emma Witmer,
Adrianna Kinsey, Ramsey
Sullivan abd Taylor
Copeland. Back row, left to
right: Coach Mike Cooper
and Coach Jason Sullivan.
Please see next Wednes-
day's Madison County Car-
rier for full coverage of the

School District Is
Inviting Parents To
Participate In School
The Madison County
School District is. inviting
: parents and community
members to participate in
. the 'estructuring design of
both Madison County Cen-
tral School and Greenville
Elementary School. both of
Which are SINI (Schools In
Need of Improvement).
Parental involvement is
very important as each
school plans to address the
concerns and needs of its
Greenville Elementary
School invites parents and
community members to
Please see School,
Page 4A

Daughter Of Local
Pastor Killed In
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The 18-year-old daugh-
ter of a local church pastor
was killed in a traffic acci-
dent in Lowndes County,
Ga., on Saturday, July 14.
According to the Geor-
gia State Patrol, Amy Ca-
son, of Dixie, Ga., was a
passenger in the vehicle
involved tn the crash.
Shannon Devane, the dri-
ver of the vehicle, suffered
only bruises in the wreck.
The accident occurred
at the intersection of Geor-
gia 31 and Whitewater
Please see Pastor,
Page 4A

2 Sections, 34 Pages


ALL CA490"~

Photo Submitted

Residents on SE
Bunker Stre'et awoke Sun-
day morning to find their
mailboxes damaged. Den-
nis and Thelma DeHart
and Steve and Debbie Bass
discovered that their mail-
boxes had been damaged
by four young men at 11:33
p.m. on Saturday night.
The Madison Police De-
partment has been called
in to do the initial investi-
gation and a surveillance
video of the incident has
been turned over to the law
Please see Video,
Page 4A

Fire Engulfs Mobile Home

Pihoto submatnied by Pat Lighica
Smoke billows from mobile home, located at 160 Florida Loop in Madison.
Please See Fire, Page 4A

Grand Theft And

Cheating Case

Turned Over To FBI
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.7
A Madison County woman
was arrested for stealing an
undisclosed amount of cash from
an employer. The case has been
turned over to the Federal Bu-
reau of Investigation.
According to the Madison
County Sheriff's Office, a woman
in another state, who had mas-
sive holdings, employed Jeanine
Mosier. The woman owned a Jeanine Mosier
home in Madison County, which ,
Mosier cleaned, While cleaning, Mosier found a check-
book. which enabled her to steal huge amounts of mon-
ey from the woman.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office was notified of
apparent illegal financial activity involving Mosier by
the bank Mosier dealt with. Deputy Josh Harris was as-
signed the case and arrested Mosier on Monday. July 16,
on counts of grand theft, forgery, uttering a forgery and

Sexual Offender Registers
With Greenville Address
Jeffrey Jackson has moved to
Madison County and registered
as a sexual offender.
Jackson has listed his ad-'
dress as:425 NW Reaper Church
Road in Greenville.
Jackson is a 41-year-old black
male who stands 6'2" tall and
weighs 195 pounds, identifying
marks on Jackson include two
gold teeth, a scar on his lower left
arm, one on his right arm, a scar
on his upper shoulder and a scar Jeffrey Jackson
on his upper left arm.
Jackson's qualifying offense, which he received a
guilty conviction for in Lee County was sexual battery
with weapon or force.
Jackson is currently under community control su-

Winnebago Wrecks

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Winnebago motor home was run off Interstate 10
by a phantom tractor-trailer on Monday, July 16.
According to a Florida Highway Patrol report, David
F. Shea, 69, of Spring Hill, was traveling east in the in-
side. lane in a 2006 Winnebago. An eastbound
tractor/trailer combination in the outside lane drove
past O'Shea.
A gust of wind from the tractor-trailer combination
caused the Winnebago to veer to the left, entering onto
the center grass median.
O'Shea steered the Winnebago to the right, causing
it to veer sharply to the left.
The recreational vehicle entered into the center
p grass median again.
O'Shea lost control of the vehicle and entered into a
Please see Winnebago, Page 4A

Fri 96/75

Partly cloudy with isolated thunder-
storms possible. High 96F.

Around Madison County 5-8A
Church 9A
Classifieds 16A
Community Calendar 5A
Crime 4A
Legals 17A
Obituaries 5A
Outdoors 15A
Remote Guide B Section
Viewpoints 2-3A
Way Back When 5A

Sat 93/73
7/21 -
Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in
the low 90s and lows in the low

Sun 90/72 "
7/22 9'017
Scattered thunderstorms possible.
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Friday, July 20, 2007

Jacob Bembra I i t d
JcbBm y Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper.

Vanquishing The Enemy
I keep telling myself that I'm going to receive a
bountiful blessing from God. I really believe that. As I'm
writing this, however, it seems that I have come under
attack by Satan the last few days.
Last Friday, my car decided to quit on me. I traded
cars that day and downgraded to an older one that was
more fuel-efficient. On Tuesday, I couldn't even get the
new (old) car started.
Work has been quite a trying experience with in-
creased responsibilities as the editor. In the past, I have
pretty much done that job for years but now I have the ti-
tle and a few more responsibilities with it.
On Friday, I had planned to go to a revival that I had
been invited to at Sirmans Baptist Church. On Tuesday,
I planned to go to a revival that I was invited to at New
Life Christian Church.
I didn't make the revival on Friday at Sirmans.
God is doing great works in the area. I have heard
awesome testimonies from the teenagers from Lee,
Madison and Dowling Park who went to camp last week
at Live Oak Church of God. I have heard awesome sto-
ries from Sirmans Baptist and New Life Christian.
God has a special blessing for me. When things go
wrong and Satan attacks, God shows up on the scene and
vanquishes the enemy.
I must stand firm with my foot planted on the Solid
Rock of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and His saving
power. Amen!

i ,

Let Go And Let God

Dear Editor,
I must have missed reading the article, but remem-
ber something about it from one of my Madison papers,
as it clicked this morning when on the news it was said
that certain people were wanting to change the "state
song" because it reminded them of "plantation life and
slavery." Get a life people! Throw the crutch down! Re-
gression stops progression!
Where will the placation end??? Cause there always
something new to use, I'm waiting for our state flag to
come up, due to its crossbar design that must remind
someone of the "confederate flag"?! Lets not stop there,
if a song causes certain people to be reminded of plan-
tation life, slavery, then we might as well get rid of: cot-
ton fields, "personal gardens", nurses and midwives
who specialize in "obstetrics", household chores, no
shining of shoes, all farming, singing together, the list
is endless.
Where will this hatred end?? Yes hatred! Would it
end with the eradication of the white race??? No, it
would not end there even! It has to end inside of "you"!
I speak from experience, on 1-10-02 m only daughter was
killed while riding with a drunk boyfriend, gone at 18
years old. Though he received 14 years in prison, it did
little to assuage my pain and loss. I hoped for the day
that I might run across this man in the system, to get my
hand around his throat, and this loathing of him turned
into a mature tree of hatred growing more each time I'd
see a father, daughter interacting on TV. So no more
T.V! Mystery and suspense novels went next. I wouldn't
read the "carrier" or recorder due to stories and photos
of daughters growing up, marriage announcements,
grandchildren, etc. I stopped visits of nieces, as I'd see
Heather Nichole in them, a reminder of what once was,
and now gone forever from "this life". *
This tree of "hatred" was bearing some choice fruit
now, and when new arrivals come who had D.U.I

rT"77 To Heck With
Gt s thing you need to get rid of?
am, l th in the dasslifled The Editor: State Road and Highway
0. 973 4141 In a letter a few Comm., I wrote about the
,850-973-J4141 a. months' ago, which was efficiency of ;one of the

mostly about the Florida

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Located in Beautiful
"Downtown Valdosta"
www. lahgdaleford.corn 3,

employees in charge, to ex-
plain to me, exactly what
portion of the private road
to Spring Hammock
Sub.Div. that the state
would contribute to re-
pairing, after the Bottle
Co. had did considerable
damage to the asphalt
while preparing the 'site
for their first well, which,
I might add, turned out to
be polluted.
I believe that I failed
to mention in the letter,
that all the road damage
was inform of Lots #37
and 38 and that Nestle's
Well is on the first two lots
#35 and 36, so this is prob-
ably why the Co. decided
not to spend the money to
fix the road, because it
wouldn't be affecting their
access to the Well from
S.R. 6. After all, they had

manslaughter charges, I was not a nice person. After
eliminating all of what reminded me of her, I still had
my "memories"; lobotomy? ha. I was miserable inside to
say the least. I turned this hate towards self next, with
all the "ifs" parenting, failed marriage, lack of a Godly
life, etc. My fault! A pity party?? I kept regressing and
even questioned God.
One day as I was brooding, an old black man came to
me and said, your real miserable aint ya sonny, I glared
at him, words wouldn't come. He then said it will eat you
up inside till aint nothing left but rot and for you know
it your life will be over and you'll die a lonely old man;
he parted with a comment of "give it to the Lord, he'll
carry that burden for you".
A couple weeks later we talked for 3 hours and over
the span of 13 months he shared his knowledge and
guided me through the miss I'd made of my life, .cause
and effect. And over this time, through prayer and study
in the word, the hatred disappeared. I wrote the man
who had drove that truck and told him I forgave him,
and help no ill will towards him, to se the time he was
doing for introspection as I had. The word says that
when we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to for-
give us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteous-
ness. He also tells us he remembers "them" no more!
This foolishness about the state song, etc., is not of
the Lord, it is of the father of lies, division, and confu-
sion "Lucifer." And until you ask the Lord to remove the
hate towards those in the past, cause "we" here in the
"present" aren't the ones responsible. Sure, there are
still "bad apples" in every "race", but that does not
make the whole race bad!
So, if you are miserable inside, and really want re-
lief, give it to God, apply his principles and you'll see
that tree of hate rot and crumble.
In Christ,
Andrew M. Odom


already dug into their are planning on attending
pockets enough. TO HECK LAW school.
with the Homile owners Finally!!.. This is to the .
that live beyond the dam- self appointed CRITIC,
age, they will just'hhv"t' that" wants to give' me
be careful; or find some "tips" on writing a letter.
other way to get in and May "Whats his face", if
out. This Had to be a em- under the age of 75, then
barressment to the person perhaps, should get a
that selected the well site "LIFE." Every morning
as much as the person that when he puts his pants on,
dug up Sprints phone ser- is moving one day closer to
vice. Eternity Blessed week???,
Anyway, after I was in- sounds a lot like G.W
jured by the damaged BUSH
area, rather than someone
else being hurt also, I bor- J/Erwin Hagan .
rowed from my Grandkids Blue Springs
inheritance and with help
from the State, the private Quote (FACT) From
road is back to B.N (before CBS "60 Minutes"
Nestle). Plastic bottles are now
On 5 Apiril, 2007, I sent the #1 polluter on the Plan-
a partial bill to the Bot- etEarth, while "TAPwater
tling Co's Home office. I Tests" are showing that in
am still waiting on a reply most cases, its better for
I guess my HEIRs will be you.

able to handle things after
my demise, two of them

Andy Rooney

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Award Winning Newspaper 1695 S SR 53 Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121

Emerald Greene Kinslev
Ted Ensnuminger
Jacob Bembr,
Lisa M Greene
Ashley Bell and Jessica Higginbotham
Carla Barrett and Heather Bow en
Bryant Thigpen
Mary Ellen Greene, Dorothy McKinney,
Samantha Hall, and Candice McCulley
Susan Grimes
Deadline for classified is Monday at 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for Legal Advertisement is
Monday at 5pm.
There will be a 131" charge for Affidavits.
Subscription Rates:
In County $28 Out-of-County $35
(State & local taxes included)


-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity"

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Madison Recorder established 1865,
New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
Published weekly by Greene Publishing, Inc.,
1695 S. SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals
postage PAID at Madison Post Office 32340. Pub-
lication No. 177.400.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder, P.O. Drawer
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This newspaper reserves the right to reject
any advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions
that, in the opinion of the management, will not be
for the best interest of the county and/or the own-
ers of this newspaper, and to investigate any ad-
vertisement submitted.
All photos given to Greene Publishing, Inc. for
publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later
than 6 months from the date they are dropped off.
Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for pho-
tos beyond said deadline.

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Make Nutritious Choices

During Summer Travel
Summer trips and vacations often find you ordering
at a drive-through or fast food restaurant. Although
these foods are quick to order, they are often high in fat
and calories and leave you short on some of the major
food groups. When traveling, don't leave your healthful
eating plan in the driveway when you hit the road.
The next time you eat while traveling, the American
Association of Dietitians suggest you use the following
healthy suggestions:
If you order tacos or burritos, ask for salsa and skip
the cheese.
Top a pizza with chicken, Canadian bacon or lean
ham and don't forget the vegetables. Try bell peppers,
onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, arti-
choke heart.
Ask for a grilled chicken sandwich instead of the
fried version.
Drink water or skim milk instead of a soft drink.
If you order a burger, make it a smaller-sized ver-
sion, add lettuce and tomatoes and skip the mayonnaise
based sauces.
If you order fries, share them with a friend or better
yet, find a substitute for fries. Many restaurants now of-
fer an alternative such as a baked potato or a salad.
A great option when taking short trips is to pack
your food. Most major highways have picnic tables
along side restroom facilities. This means you pack a
cooler with adequate ice to keep any perishable foods
safe. To avoid the vending machine trap, foods that don't
need refrigeration may be packed for snacks. Try these
quick, safe and easy foods to take on the road.
Single-serving boxes of cereal, trail mix, energy
bars, granola bars, bagels, muffins or crackers.
Raw fruit and vegetables including carrot and celery
sticks, grape, single-serve applesauce or mixed fruit.
Any whole fruits such as apples, peaches or bananas are
a convenient snack.
Peanut butter can be used for sandwiches. Take
along a loaf of bread and single serving jellies or honey
It also works well as a snack when spread on celery
or apples.
ch on't f9ret, utspd singe .rve pa-kage 9f,
cheese and crackers ... .... i- -,
bottledd water and juice boxes also travel well.
For more information on healthful eating, contact
the Madison County Extension Service

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1695 S. SR 53 Madison 973-4141

By Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing, Inc.

Over 90 % of
diseases are
caused, or
complica ted,
a. by stress.

The Ginger Jar
Ginger Jarvis
" Columnist

The Delight Was Worth The Drive
What a wonderful trip! I've just returned from a
weekend I will never forget. If you have experienced
such a get-away, you understand.
This trip provided delights on several different lev-
els. The joy just piled up like an ice-cream sundae-yum!
First was the occasion. Charlie was my editor for
years at the Effingham Herald, and then worked at the
Savannah paper. He felt called to preach, but could not
just quit his job and go to seminary A couple of years
ago, he inherited a pot of money, so he followed his
dream. I was invited to attend his ordination ceremony.
That alone was worth the trip.
Next was the delight of spending time with Charlie
and his wife Julia. I sang and played keyboard at their
wedding 15 years ago, and we formed a true friendship
so the sharing was terrific.
Another pleasurable layer was visiting with people I
haven't seen in years. I was pleased to be so warmly re-
membered. One man even commented that he missed
seeing "The Ginger Jar" in their local paper. They made
me feel so welcome.
Then there was the food. Authentic Greek dishes
Saturday night, a huge country buffet for Sunday din-
ner, and fabulous party food at the reception following
the ordination. Nell Ring, who drove me on this trip,
said, "I can't go off with you very often. I will weigh 600
pounds." Well, we're working toward it.
,u' n'ddingto( our .enjoy nfiwa-the :beda n d-breakfa st
where we stayed. Housed in one of Greyton's historic
homes, it was replete with a collection of cookie jars, an-
tiques, and lavish decor. The innkeeper herself shared
local stories and heaped hospitality upon us. Wow!
I enjoyed the ride with Nell, who opted to drive the
back roads instead of taking the interstate. She got a
real introduction to South Georgia-all the tiny towns,
winding roads, and rivers named after Indians. We just
laughed and joked and had a blast.
So many delights packed into three days. I can't
think of any other friends getting ordained any time
soon, but if it happens, I hope they invite me.
I pray that your summer gives you a few days worth
remembering. I've got my golden moments, thanks to
Charlie and the Lord he serves.

OetAll The Loc
Ing T 1o Po, Flv ia
We're YOUR Ne
and We'll Keep You In Tb.

The Madison County Carrier.&
Madison Enterprise-Recorder

Summertime, Summertime,
We know it's hot but isn't summer a wonderful
season? Playing in the first rain of the summer was
a requirement for children when we were young,
for our mothers thought it helped to keep us
healthy. So we ran barefoot outside, holding our
laughing faces heavenward, mouths open to catch
the' healthy drops. Apparently the "old wives tale"
worked for we seldom needed a doctor. We did get
dosed with a spring tonic of sulphur and molasses,
an occasional dose of castor oil or "liver regulator"
and there was always a jar of Vick's salve available
or an onion poultice could be made quickly when
needed. For the "pests of summer," a little kerosene
dabbed on the children now and then kept the gnats
and mosquitoes mostly at bay and rags smoking in
the house before dusk also made it mosquito free.
Asthma and allergies must have been things of the
future for we didn't know about them. And good old
Blue Springs, free and available to all, thanks to the
largesse of Mrs. Geiger, was a wonderful treat even
though it was a four-mile trip away by mule and
Well -back to the present- Rev. Richard Quack-
enbush is enjoying a badly needed 30-day sabbatical
from his busy and strenuous schedule and we hope
that he returns refreshed and ready to take on all of
his many responsibilities with renewed vigor.
The Bobby Bembry family has finally been able
to move into their long-awaited new home and
we're sure they're elated. Congratulations to them
a ll! .. ; ,. ,...,
Rev. Doyle Glass and wife Sherry will soon be
moving into their new honie (of which he himself
was, the contractor) in Pine Trace Acres. We wel-
come them warmly to our community.
We offer our sincere sympathy to the family of
Royce Holton of whose passing we were recently in-
formed. .'
Our local bar, the Water'n Hole, which closed
one day and opened the next under new manage-
ment, is now renamed the Boondocks Bar and Grill
and will be closed again temporarily for a few days
during which time it w dill u rde ext #sive remod-
elihng: W"' wi"r"the rin rAlreUl.l ."
We understand from our grapevine that
plans for Archie's re-opdning are still somewhere in
the offing we sincerely hope so.
We also have been told that not only the Lee Li-
brary but the Suwannee River Regional system as a
whole has enjoyed a busy and successful summer so
far that's really good news.
Please mark August 24 on your calendar for you
won't want to miss the Senior Citizen's Council
Health Expo which will be held in Lee City Hall on
that date.
And please wish the town council wisdom as
they begin planning their yearly budget on the 17th.
All municipalities will need a healthy dose of that
this year, thanks to our Florida Legislature whose
members didn't use any of theirs as neither did our
Also please put and keep on your list for
prayer Gail Carter, Mary Lou Lasseter, Retha Tin-
ney, the family of Royce Holton, Ernestine Kinsey,
Rich Quackenbush and Myrtice Payne.
And now we leave you with this little thought-
With agility I scaled the mountain high..
Until I reached the crest
But steeper seems the long, way down
Which I pray the Lord will bless.

By Ashley Bell
If you won the lottery and had to donate it to
one charity, which one would it be and why?

Jim Catron

"'"Needy Families'
because it helps those
in need in our own

Harlan Campbell.

"The Boy Scouts,
beea use I never was a
boy scout, only a
cub scout."

John Lothridge

"United Way, because
they help a lot of the
children and mothers
who have recently
given birth."

Johnny Johnson

"The Christian
Children's fund,
because I already
sponsor a child from
Guatemala and would
like to help out more."

Christie O'Neal

"One that would help
the needy."

Nancy Hyde

"Big Bend Hospice. I
work for them and I
think it's a great

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Friday, July 20, 2007

$1,000 REWARD
for the return and conviction of whoever stole my


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If you know of anyone who has come into
possession of a red Kawasaki Mule since
Friday, July 13th, please call 850-973-4001
and give them your information.
It could be worth $1,000. No questions asked.

Cont from Page 1A
enforcement officials.
Dennis DeHart posted a sign later Sunday express-
ing his disappointment in the behavior of the perpetra-
tors of the crime. Damaging a mailbox may be a federal
offense. Local officials did not share how far this inves-
tigation might go.

Cont from Page 1A

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
No one was injured in a fire, which occurred Satur-
day, July 14, at approximately 11:35 a.m.
Madison Fire and Rescue firefighters were notified
of the fire at 160 Florida Loop, across from Thigpen's
Used Appliances. When they arrived, the mobile home,
which was occupied by William and Misty Bowman, was
fully engulfed.
The cause of the blaze is undetermined at press
time. Estimated damage to the mobile home was $3,000.
The American Red Cross provided emergency food,
clothing and shelter to the Bowmans.

Woman Arrested For Possession
Of Marijuana And Crack Cocaine
On Monday July 16, Cpl. Michael Maurice stopped a
vehicle on Columbia Street for a traffic violation.
While talking with the driver about the violation,
Cpl. Maurice detected an odor of marijuana coming in-
side the vehicle. Cpl. Maurice completed the citation for
the violation then questioned the driver about the smell
of marijuana. The driver denied knowledge of any mar-
ijuana in the vehicle.
Cpl. Maurice then got the two passengers out of the
vehicle separately to conduct a probable cause search of
the vehicle and passengers. During the search, two bags
of marijuana and a bag of crack cocaine were located in
the purse of the front seat passenger, Ashley Latoya
Mobley, 21, of Madison. Mobley was holding the purse
as she exited the vehicle.
Mobley was arrested and booked into the Madison
County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana less
than 20 grams and possession of crack cocaine.
Assisting Cpl. Maurice at the scene was deputy Tim

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The Madison Coqnty Carrier a Enterprise Recorder

Voncile Annette Brasby-Driving while license
suspended (habitual offender)
Antonio Bernard McCray-Burglary, grand theft,
child abuse (contributing to)
James Jacob Bussey-VOP (circuit)
Nathaniel Ghent, Jr.-Grand theft, VOP (circuit)
William McLendon Primm-Criminal mischief,
burglary of a structure, petit theft
Leon Artis Montgomery-Resisting an officer
without violence, domestic violence
Harold Emil Hand-Introduction of contraband,
possession of marijuana less than 20 grams
Charles Allen Hay-Criminal registration
Thomas Howard Perkins 11-Criminal registration
Columbus Robinson-Aggravated battery
James Arthur Robinson-Domestic violence/bat-
tery, aggravated assault
Barbara Jean Lane-Criminal registration
Jeanine A. Mosier-Grand theft, uttering a forgery,
cheating, forgery
Melvin James Crumity-Driving while license sus-
pended, revoked or cancelled, resisting arrest with-
out violence
Joseph Christian Homan-Out of county warrant
David Lyle Hults-Possession of marijuana less
than 20 grams, introduction of contraband
Eleanor Ruth Swearengin-VOP (circuit)
Arturo Portillo-No valid or expired drivers li-
Dennis Dewayne Murray-Criminal registration
Harrall Lenard Sims-Failure to appear, contempt
of court (non-support)
Ashley Latoya Mobley-Possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams, possession of cocaine
Karl Michael Miller-Trespass after warning, pos-
session of cocaine, possession of drug parapherna-
lia, VOP (circuit)
Jeffery Jackson-Criminal registration (sexual of-
Tommie Lee Thigpen-VOP (county)

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'1 participate on Monday,
July 23, at 6 p.m. in the
school cafeteria.
St raMadison County Cen-
tral School (MCCS) invites
3 parents and community
y members to participate on
S' Tuesday, July 31, at 6 p.m.
in the library media cen-
yon I 9i3S ter.
e1 These partnership
meetings offer parents a fo-
S- rum to become involved in
meaningful -and effective
communication with the
district and the school
about their child's educa-
g tion.

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The cause of the acci-
dent is still under investi-
gation by the Georgia State
Amy Cason was the
daughter of Rev. Franklin
Cason of Harmony Baptist
Church in Cherry Lake.

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wooded area of the center
grass median, colliding
with several trees with the
front of the vehicle.
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rest against 'the trees,
pointing in a northeasterly
O'Shea and his passen-
ger, Joann J. O'Shea, 64, of
Spring Hill, received mi-
nor injuries in the crash
and were transported to
Madison County Memorial
Madison Fire and Res-
cue, the Lee Volunteer Fire
Department and Madison
County EMS assisted at
the scene.
FHP Trooper Berry
Crews was the investigat-
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Every Friday
New Life Christian
Church Int'l has a clothes
closet open on Fridays from
9- 11 a.m. If you or anyone
you know is in need, we are
located at 407 SW Old U.S.
90, Madison. 32340. Take
U.S. 90 west, just outside the
city limits and we are on
the left side of the road.
Every Tuesday Saturday
The Diamonds in the
Ruff Adoption Program at
the Suwannee Valley Hu-
mane Society is open every
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is lo-
cated on 1156 S.E Bisbee
Loop Madison FL, 32340.
For a healthy lifestyle adopt
an animal and they will
make your life more ful-
filled. For more informa-
tion or directions call
(866)236-7812 or (850) 971-
Third Tuesday of
each Month
The Greater Greenville
Area Diabetes Support
Group is a free educational
service and support for dia-
betes and. those wanting to
prevent diabetes. The group
meets the third Tuesday of
each month at the
Greenville Public Library
Conference Room at 312 SW
Church Street, Greenville,
11 11:30 a.m. Everyone is
Third Wednesday of
each Month
The Madison County
Health Education Club is
holding a free educational
service and support for peo-
ple interested in preventing
or controlling: diabetes,
high blood pressure, elevat-
ed cholesterol levels, obesi-
ty and other chronic health
conditions. The. club meets
the third Wednesday (f
each month at the Madison
Public Library Conference
Room at 378 NW College
Tnnn Mnclisnn 12-15 129:45

p.m. Everyone is welcome
to bring their own lunch!
Third Wednesday of
each Month
The Madison County Di-
abetes Support Group is a
free educational service and
support for diabetes and
those wanting to prevent di-
abetes. The group meets the
third Wednesday of each
month at the Madison Pub-
lic Library Conference
Room at 378 NW College
Loop, Madison, 11:45 a.m. -
12:10 ,p.m. Everyone is wel-
come to bring their own
July 25
The Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild will hold it's
monthly meeting on
Wednesday July 25 at the
Suwannee River Regional
Libraryon US 129, south of
Live Oak. Social time starts
at 9:30 a.m., the business
meeting begins at 10 a.m.
The program for July is
Jean Rosell and her presen-
tation is about quilting tools.
The Guild holds it monthly
meeting the fourth Wednes-
day of the month the next
meeting will be back in Lake
City The members will host
a "show and tell" session
where quilters showcase
their recent projects.
The Guild is an organi-
zation for anyone interested
in quilts and the art of quilt-
ing. The quilting public is
invited to the meetings. For
details: contact Marcia
Kazmierski at 386)752-2461
or Lorriane Miller at
(386)752-6439. -
July 26
College Placement Test
(CPT), NFCC Testing Center
(Bldg. #16), 8:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. in Madison. Register in
NFCC Student Services 24
fhotrs before test. For infor-
mation please call (850)973-
July 27-29
MCTS Class of 1962


The Madison County
Training School will have a
reunion July 27-29, and the
class of 1962 will have its
class reunion at the same
time. The class of '62 is try-
ing to locate the following
Gladys Dukes, Kate Ani-
ta Dukes, Dorothy Frazier,
Benjamin Herring, Robert
Hughes, Emma Jenkings, Is-
sac Johnson, Lillian
Mitchell, Delores Montina,
Annie Proctor, Leather Lou
Pryor, Henry Smith, and
Maggie Tyson.
If anyone has informa-
tion on these classmates
please send addresses or
phone numbers to Catherine
James Honeywell, 382 S.W
Lee Street, Madison, Florida
July 28 & August 25
Birding Walk in the
Suwannee River State Park
for July 28. Meet at 8 a.m. at
the ranger station in the
Suwannee River State Park,
13 miles west of Live Oak on
U.S. 90.
There is an entrance
fee to the park. The walk,
will take place on trails
within the park. For infor-
mation about the park, call
For more details on the
walk and the Friends of the
Suwannee River State
Park: Contact: Beth and
Walter Schoenfelder 971-.
5354, wbs(a)surfbest.net
July 29
Gospel artist John
Lanier will be in concert at
the Cody Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church on Sunday,
July 29 at 11 a.m. The
church is located at 3812
Tram Road in Monticello
between Highway 59 off I-
10 and.Capital Circle in Tal-
lahassee. For more infor-
mation call the church at'
(850)-997-6774 or (850)-997-
2770. A love offering will be

Success Conference will oc-
cur on September 16-18, in
Tallahassee. This confer-
ence will offer workshops
designed to share informa-
tion and provide skill-build-
ing activities that equip
business owners to capture
a piece of the billion dollar
disposable income of mi-
norities in Florida and
Business owners who
acquire relevant knowledge
and skills have a unique op-
portunity to develop cus-
tomers from this booming
consumer market. if you
would like to sponsor con-
tact the Florida A&M Uni-
versity-Cooperative Exten-
sion. For more information
contact Sandra Thopson at
(850) 561-2190 or
sandra. thompson@famu.ed
u. or contact Tia wright at
(850) 412-5254 or
You can get registration
information at

Mack Joseph, Jr.
Mack Joseph, Jr., 60,
departed life on July 6,
2007. He was born Decem-
ber 24, 1946 to the late
Mack and Willie Mac
Joseph (Carter).
He is survived by his
aunt, Bessie Joseph, of
Madison. She is one of the
three aunts who raised
him until his middle teen
He is also survived by a
loving sister, Ruby Bar-
field, of Madison.
He received Christ at
an early age at Shiloh Mis-
sionary Baptist Church
and he reaffirmed his faith
later in life at Faith of De-
liverance Church.
He was a veteran of the
United States Army and
the owner of Joseph's Up-
holstery in Madison for
several years.
Other survivors in-
clude: his eldest child,
Crystal Reid, St. Peters-
burg; his eldest sons,
Michael Joseph of Texas
and Demetric Joseph of.
Charlotte County; sons
Patrick and Rashaad
Joseph and daughter Kea-
sia Joseph and their moth-
er Vivian Wilson; twin
daughters Lekira and
Shekira Joseph, and their
mother, Charlene Davis;.
one grandchild, Alexis
Joseph; brothers Andre,
Charlie, and Rodriquez
Carter; and a sister, Emma
Jean Carter, all of Jack-
sonville. He also leaves a
host of nieces, nephews
and cousins to mourn his
He will be deeply
missed by a special friend,
Patricia Canidate Joseph
of Madison. He will also be
missed by Cindy Kelly of
Graveside services will
be held at Concord Ceme-
tery, Greenville, FL on Sat-
urday, July 21, 2007 at 11:00
a.m. There will not be a
funeral procession to the
Repast will be at the
home of Ruby (Florence)
Barfield, immediately fol-
lowing service. Ganzy Fu-
neral Home is in charge of

July 19, 1957
Mrs. J.P. Morrow was complimented with a birthday dinner
party Thursday evening, July 11, given at the Suwannee River
Lodge by members of the Morrow-Millinor families. She re-
ceived many beautiful gifts which were opened after the bounti-
ful sea-food dinner was served.
The San Pedro Primitive Baptist Church will meet with Mt.
Horeb July 20-21-22. Elder O.T. Blanton of Greenville is Modera-
tor and Drew Bell Sr. of Mayo, clerk. Everyone invited. A basket
dinner will be served on the grounds.
Mrs. J A Bentley entertained the Janie Paul Circle Monday
morning with eleven members. Mrs R.C. Horne gave the lesson
on Five Jewels In The Crown, a story on the life of Paul. Good so-
cial service reports were given Mrs. R.L. Millinor was co-hostess.
Coffee and cold drinks were served.
July 21, 1967
Five Madison County 4-H boys were selected this week to at-
tend the Annual 4-H Club Wildlife Camp at Camp Doe Lake in the
Ocala National Forest July 24-29 open to senior 4-H boys through-
out Florida selected by their agents, according to Pat H Sullivan,
Assistant County Agent. The five boys attending are: David Bai-
ley, Luther Moon, Tommy Surles, and Stanley Hubbard.
Mrs. C.T. McWilliams Jr. presided at the Junior Woman's
Club meeting at Suwannee State Park when" the members agreed
to sponsor community Girl Scouting. Mrs. Ray Coffee, Mrs. Lyn-
da Johnson, and Mrs. Sandy Kelly will assist in formation and
programs of the troops. A covered dish was served.
Miss Sandra Hood of Tallahassee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Darrell Hood, and Duane Lafayette, the son of Mr. arid Mrs.
William West of Madison, will be married in the summer.
Miss Hood is a graduate of Howey Academy and is attending
NFJC. West is a graduate of MHS and attends NFJC. The wed-
ding will be held in late summer in the Tallahassee Catholic Stu-
dent Center
July 22, 1977
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleming of Abbeville, S.C., celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary with a reception on June 19.
Mrs. Fleming is the former Lois Linder of Willacoochie, Ga.
Many friends and family attended the gala affair. Mrs., Fleming's
sisters,, Mrs. Leonora Sirmons and Mrs. B.E Hindman, were also
Chuck Robersoni, thought to be Madison's only soul music
star, has cut what appears to be a nationwide hit. The tune, "You
Gonna Miss Me," is selling well and is being played over the area
radio stations. This is only one of Chuck's records. His hit of
1975, "Love Affair," sold 45,000 copies and his 1976 hit, "She is
Only a Baby" sold 65 thousand copies.
The Madison All Stars swept over Live Oak Friday night,
July 15, with an 11 to 0 victory Saturday proved to be a bad day
for Madison with a loss of 3 to 0 to Callahan. Monday night Madi-
son railed back to defeat Baker County 4 to 1. E-R reporter John
Grant was on hand for the game in Lake City Monday night.
July 23, 1987
The members of Architillery M.B. Churcihinvite you to attend
their Pastors' 40 -year anniversary, with morning service at 11 a.m
The speaker v% ill be Rev. Willie J Carpenter of Nlianii. Dinner will
be served. Chairpersons. sister Agatha Tookes. sister Yvonne
The Charmettes Inc. will sponsor Back To School Fashion,
Show and Dance. Prizes given for best dressed and best dancer at
the recreation center H v ei'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome-
Sedelmeyer are proud parents of
baby boy born June2 in Lan- Nedh lpiyu pe
caster, Pa. He has been named S y
Christopher Brooks Sedelmeyer. is [i o t 2Y E
This is Marlene Collett
Sedelmeyer's first grandchild
and the eight grandchild of Mrs. [ I ta
J.E Colbett, Sr. of Madison.FoFreC

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"New Building Same Commitment... Madison Coun-
ty Community Bank is committed to Relationship Bank-
ing people to people, face to face. The people you know at
a bank you can trust," says Deidra Newman, Community
and Business Development Officer of MCCB.
To punctuate their commitment to Madison citizens,
the staff at MCCB asked the community to join with them
in celebration of this major milestone.
Monday, July 16 will be marked as a significant day in ,
Madison County history as the downtown area officially -
received its first new significant structure in many years.,
Joined by shareholders, directors, officers, employees and
,the Madison County Community, Madison County Com-..
.-munity Bank un-eiled a new rnmoden building-. with a tt-a--
'itional facade, during'a, Rifboi C'Att ing i dC customer:
Appreciation Day
Many local dignitaries were in attendance at the,
event, and the bank parking lot was filled with guests and
well wishers. Representatives from clubs and organiza- ,,
tions were present, as well as .Miss Madison County,
Kristin Sirmon, Miss Lee, Robin Ellison, and Teen Miss
Madison, Cheltsie Kinsley .
The historical day began as bank president Edward
Meggs welcomed the Madison County Community to
their new bank. President Meggs spoke of,how careful de-
sign went into the building to be sure that the bank, the
physical building and operation structure, complemented'
the deep historical roots of the downtown'area, the her-
itage of Madison County, its members and its businesses.
Meggs went on to discuss that Madison County Com-
munity Bank has a vested interest in the growth and de-
velopment of Madison County and is dedicated to nurtur-,
ing the community and its members with hometown, at-
mosphere, community involvement, modern full line of
banking services, integrity and character.
Joined by Madison County Chamber of Commerce
Representative Terri Shefbuch and Chairman Lucas War-
ing,.special guests speakers included Mayor Elesta Pritch-
ett of, Greenville, Mayor Ernestine Kinsey of Lee and
Mayor Jim Catron of Madison.
The mayors of Greenville, Lee, and Madison, Elesta
Pritchett, Ernestine Kinsey and Jim Catron, respectively,
spoke uplifting words of appreciation and congratulation.
Pritchett pointed out that Madison is continuing to grow,
and that the new bank will serve to aid in that growth.
Kinsey noted that it's great to finally be open, and the
bank serves the county but is also a community bank, and
gives a sense of the hometown to customers.
Catron thanked Bank President Ed Meggs for his efforts
in building the new bank. He also spoke about how suc-
cessful community banking today depends on the same
characteristics that formed the foundations of the U.S.
banking industry two centuries ago.
Boy Scout Troop 606 and Cub Scout Troop 606, both
under the leadership of Troop Leader Roland Hooker,
raised the flags, which were flown atop the Florida Capi-
tol Building on June 22, ,in the bank's honor. Jay Hicks
accompanied the flag raising by playing the National
Anthem on the trumpet. The invocation was offered by
Reverend Caron Harn of the First Baptist Church of
The week was filled with exciting grand openings,
refreshments and hospitable greetings each day this
week. Monday served as the Ribbon Cutting and Cus-
tomer Appreciation Day, Tuesday was Business Appre-
ciation Day, Wednesday was Civic Appreciation Day and
Thursday was Health and Safety Day
Friday, July 20, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Madison
County Community Bank invites the Madison County
community to join them for Community Day of Hospi-
tality, a Hotdog Cookout, the Burying of a Time Capsule
and Prize Drawings.
The community may register to win prizes such as
the Grand Prize a cruise to Grand Cayman or Isla
Cozumel Mexico, valued at $1100, first prize RCA 24"
satellite digital television, valued at $329, five second
prizes- $100 savings bonds, ten third prizes Presiden-
tial Dollar Coin Collection, five fourth prizes safe de-
posit box for one year. Businesses may register for one
of five first prizes free next order of business checks,
as well as five second prizes safe deposit box for one
year. Official Rules are posted at the bank.
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and the profits from the
bank stay in the. county,"
said Newman. "Madison
County Community Bank,
its shareholders, officers
and directors believe in
the Madison County Com-,
munity and take an active,
role in making it better
through civic involve-
ment." she continued.
"Madison County
Community Bank is gov-
erned by a local board so
customers don't have to
wait on an answer from a
corporate headquarters lo-
cated several states away,"
commented Howard
Phillips, Senior Vice-Presi-
dent and Chief Financial
Officer. "Decisions are
made here by people you
know and trust We go
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Madison County Com-
munity Bank was built un-
der the cooperation of
many local businesses. Lo-
cal business patronage is
essential for the profitable
continuation, growth and
development of our com-
In recognition of dedi-
cation and hard work the
community recognizes,
Bill Rutherford, Will
Rutherford, Dan Ruther-
ford and Allen Dyke for
their leadership; Clemons,
Rutherford and Associates
served as the Contractor,
and Construction Manage-
ment; Allstate Construc-
tion Company; Randy
Coody Madison Plumb-
ing; Lester Plain and Sons
Land Clearing. and Exca-
vating; Hamptons Land-
scaping; Williams Con-
crete; Made to Order
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Madison County Com-
munity Bank invites
guests to visit the bank
regularly to view the his-
torical photographs and
art supplied in partner-:
ship with The Treasures
of Madison County, Inc.
Photographs and art will
be rotated out of the
archives for public view
The bank family! in-
cludes well-trained and
personable employees
here to serve Madison
Board of Directors:
William ,Brown, Allen
Cherry, Carson Cherry,
James Coleburn, Cary A.
Hardee II, Alvin Hender-
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Clay Schnitker, Fred Cashier Barbara Drig- son, Sara Pippin, Lori
Williams, and James gers, Asst. VP / Asst. Willis, Sue ,Matthews,
Williams Cashier Joyce Bethea, Eugenia Pride, Amanda
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President Edward Development Officer Janet Thompson, and
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Kiwanis Club Hears

A Success Story

By Jessica Higginbotham
Greene Publishing, Inca
The Madison Kiwanis
Club had a heart-wrench-,
ing meeting on July 12.
Guest Alston Kelley spoke
of his daughter Angela's
drug addiction, and her re-
habilitation through Teen
Teen Challenge is a
Bible-based, Christ-cen-
tered addiction treatment
program that has helped
turn around the lives of
many children and adults.
Though the name belies
treatment for only teens,
the program helps people of
all ages. Centers are dis-
persed throughout the Unit-
.ed States, some male, some
female, and some juvenile.
Time in the Teen Chal-
lenge program is tough, of-
tentimes court-ordered. If
a person who was ordered
by the court to undergo Pre
Trial Intervention leaves
the program, he or she will
be subject to prosecution.
Angela was one of the'
many ordered to attend PTI
in an attempt to defeat her


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Frances Ginn, center, inducted Margie Foust (left)
and Jerome Wyche into the Kiwanis Club at the meeting
on July 12.

Teen Challenge encour-
ages students to, cope with
everyday activities without
the use of drugs or alcohol.
While enrolled in the.
program, students are kept
so busy and so immersed in
biblical teachings that they
don't have time for their ad-
diction. ,
Many people walk away
during the first '48 hours.
Some people cannot
handle the rigorous Christ-
ian training that is involved
in Teen Challenge. Stu-
dents have daily devotions,
prayer meetings. counsel-
ing, church services, ral-
lies, and other activities to
keep their lives enriched
with Christian values.
Nayra Arroyo, an in-
tern at the Teen Challenge
center where Alston's
daughter lives, says, "The
program keeps you busy
Monday through Sunday
We go to chapel, have class-.
es, ~and do' ftdraise'Is.""
The fundraisers help raise'
money for the center. Stu-
dents organize bake sales,

I To Wed

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomas are pleased to announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their son, Airman Allen H. Bland, United States Navy,
to Miss Heather Annett Best, of Pensacola.
Airman Bland is the grandson of Mrs. Ed Bland of Madison and Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Tompkins of Lee.
Miss Best is the daughter of Tracey and Dawn Best of Pensacola, and
Michelle and Jess Manalastas of Marysville, Washington.
Airman Bland is a 2005 graduate of Madison County High School and at-
tended North Florida Community College. He is currently studying Aironics at
Sthe Naval Air Technical
S.-' Training Center in Pensaco-

carwashes. and work crews
to help generate funds.
According to Alston,
his daughter Angela is do-
ing very well. She has been
very successful in the pro-
gram, and is actually stay-
ing an additional year to go -'. '-
to school. 1 Airman Allel
In other Kiwanis news, and Heather Annet
Jerome Wyche and Margie
Foust were successfully re-
inducted into the organiza-
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tion ceremony, Jim orga-
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A

11:00 A.M. Speaker
Rev. D. Lavel Crawford. Sr.
Senior Pastor of
Mt. Zion African Methodist
Episcopal Church
420 W. Hull Avenue
Oakland, Florida
(407) 877-0700

4:00 P.M. Speaker
Rev. Delores James Cain
Founder and Pastor of
Heritage Christian
Community Baptist Church
Tampa Bay, Florida
Former Soloist Of The
Florida Mass Choir

By Nell Dobbs
Some People Are Special Blessings
by Emily Matthews:
"Some peoplejust know right from the start.
How to bring.joy to another's heart.
Some people just know how to love and to give,
And they do such nice thingsevery day tha t they live-

They're always a blessing wherever they go-
It's a sweet way of life tha t some people
just know."
We give thanks for the many people
who are special blessings in our lives,
in our family in our church, in our
work, in every situation and pray
everyone will be this way. Amen!
As I was in the Fellowship Hall Sun-
day, I was awed again by its beauty; also
our church: the beautiful new columns:;
the new railings; pictures hung in our
Sunday School room by Howell Ed-
wards: and by all the unknown works,
thoughts and prayers by so many
Praise the Lord!
And there are those who always re-
member to give thanks in words appear
spoken and written and in deeds. Glad


for that!
I also'am glad I'm a part of the family of God in
this place. Well said by Preacher as he welcomed visi-
tors (and Leona Gay able to again be in church) by
adding. "When you've come to the best, there's no
need to go to the rest."
Such beautiful flowers were placed in church Sun-
day by Bobby and Debbie Kinsey in honor of their
grandson Samuel's second birthday on July 16. He
wasn't even in church to enjoy them, for he'd gone
down south with his family. Earnest prayers for all of
his family especially his mother Kelly. his grand-
mother Debbie and his great-grandmother Ernestine.
David Fries sang "One by One, Jesse's Sons."
Bern Smith. as Deacon of the Week. gave very
great thanks for the blessings of our country and life
and then prayed for the offertory For offertory, the or-
chestra played "0. The Blood of Jesus."
Chancel Choir sang "Jesus. What a Savior!"
Preacher's message was "Demonstrating Obedience-
Launching Out" from Luke 5:1-11. This sermon is the
first in a series of mine about Peter. When Peter is

mentioned, I always think of Danny (Brancati-Betty's
husband. who always talked of Peter the Fisherman
and how he loved him. Peter was quite a man, very hu-
man. very outspoken, very on fire for his Lord and
preached so great that 3,000 were saved one day. Jesus
had told him how to catch fish so many that the net
broke. Then He told him and the others that from now
on. he'd be fishing the day for man and they did.
At 4 p.m.. there was a baby shower
for John and Leigh Webb.
Business meeting was Sunday night.
The children and the youth were
really blessed by attending camp.
I Tuesday, there was a joint
WMU. Brotherhood meeting at Mace-
Many are in need of prayer: Son-
ny Garrett with liver problems (he's a
nephew of Lois and Dot): Mary Clay
(Debbie Bass's mother): Ronnie Ragans
back surgery on the 16th: Sue Kinsley,
S" with ankle surgery, splints on each

.long time); the same way with Amy
Robinson's grandmother Cordera, who
, ,was down 30 hours in Jacksonville
Baptist Church. What a testimony. She
wasn't in prayer meeting and someone checked on her!
Same thing with Dr. Durant. He was not in Sunday
School and someone checked on him, called his son
who came and found him dead. Udean Williams (Heath
Driggers' mother). knee surgery; Glenda Gordon, knee
surgery; Mrs. Lorraine Holbrook, cancer surgery;
Dorothy Davis (Eugene's wife), very ill; Joe Crafton in
Shands with serious. heart problems; Roy Williams,
still very ill in Tallahassee: "Pete" Kitchens. Rudy
Hamrick's sister-in-law; David Smith, who was in Lake
City VA several days; and on and on the list goes and
Comfort the family of Mrs. Hoyt Hughey Walker
Russell in her death. Mr. and Mrs. Walker were dear
friends and such a special part of our lives at Pine
Grove. She is Dorothy Heard's atunt. Also, the family of
Mrs. Dardanella Tuten.
May God find us faithful in little things in order to
meet the needs of others, but first we must know about
them and then how to help. There are many needs and
there are many of us standing in need of prayer.

Blessed [is] the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in. thei.way of sinners, nMr .ittriti in the.'ilt 'ofTh t fuh h
delight [is] in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers 'f ater, that
Sbringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. -Psalms 1:1-3

Madison Church of God Hanson United Methodist Church Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
S290 NE Daisi Street Hanion. FL .221 Martin Luther King Dri\e Madison. FL
'77 NE Colin Kelly H yv Madison, FL 17.S miles from Madi-on on H. :, 115. turn right on Dais P.O. Box 242 Madison, FL
850-973-6307 Rev. Doyle Glas, Pastor Re,. l\n .1, i P.Aio i 8S50-973-3127
Sunday School 10:00 aBn. Email- sidlohofmadisson@yahoo corn
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. Marcus Hawkins, Sr. Pastor Josie Graham .Assistant Pastor
Morning Worship 1:00 pn. Sunday Evening Bible Study 6:00 pjn. Sunday School ............9:30 a.m.
Choir Practice Sunday Evening :00 pmn. W
\Hednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Pra er Service...............7:00 pW. Worship Service .......11:00 a.m.
All Are Welcome, Please Come! Wednesday Night Bible Study.....6:00 p.m.
Barbara M memorial Church "We Walk By faithNo, B Sight.
II Cornthiains 55:.
Of The Nazarene
High. ay254,*850-973-4160 Greenville Baptist Church Grace Presbyterian Church
naRerh Ro0bert: Aagner 1365 SW Main S (Greenille. FL 550.-94.2353 ACongregaton oa the Presbyierian Church ,n Americ.
Sunday School 11:00 anm. Sunday School -All Ages 10:00 a.i. Rev. John Hopwo.d
Morning orship..... 11Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. 688 North Washington Ave Made.,,n. FL .973.2,42
Evening Worship 4:30 pjn. Sunday Evenorshiporship 7:00 pmn. Sunday School For All Ages...................9:45 an..
VWednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Sunday Pre.school, Students, and Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Adults Choir Rehearsals 4:30 pn.m Wed. Fellowship Supper/Bible Study ........6:00 p.n.
Readers Of The Harvest Church Wednesday Pre-school children. Youth Groups Ist 12th Grades.......6.....6:30 p.m.
Saper Youth & Adult Bible Studies 7:00 p.. Choir Practice................,.....................7:30 pnm.
u3 nules est of GreenviUe, FL Hwy. 90 -All Invited- Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast................7:00 an.m.
Samuel Ba..s. Sr. -Pactor Come Worship And Serve With U '
Sunday School 10:00 anm.
Morning Worship 1:00sam. U.
Evening Worship 600 pm.. Lee United Methodist Church
N Wednesday Night Service 7:30 pmn. Hwy. 255 S.* Lee, FL 850-971-5585 Illt. Zion A.M .E. Church
S.nd ai hen rte duy r't'Pentecusr wu fidully come, Richard Quackenbush. Pastor "A Frzendly Church"
ha i. ,ere ll i. th ont accord in one place Act, -'. Morning Worship 9:00 aLs. Cherrv Lake. FL 850-929-4355
EVERYONE IS ALWAYMS WELCOME! Sunday School 10:00a.m. Rev. Nathaniel Robinson, Jr, Pasor
EVERYONE IS A AS WELCOE! Morning Worship I-00 a.m. S5uter Ma)ry B Hargert, Miniret. oa,ttiL
Sunday Evening Worship ..6:30 p.m.
St. Vincent DePaul Roman Men's Fellowship Breakfast Church School 9:45 ain.
St1. Vin ent Deeaul Ro n Second Sunday S:00ai. : Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
SCathoulic Church Multiple Weekly Bible Studies/Activities.. : Wed. Night Bible Study....... 7:00 pm.
H C.,,mctiiwng TheComnuwni"y -i"th Ch rir" ..
SMeeting & Sumter S *- 850-973-2428
A KR'vi John Gordot, OMI "
MoSunda, 9:00 an.m. First United Methodist Church Fellowship Baptist Church
Mon.. Tues., Wed. Mass 7:30 aan. U
i Thursday Mass 7:30 a.m. Since I,3'. Horry at Rutledge St. 850-973-6295 One mile north of Madsoun o.n 145
Saturday Mass 1:30 p.m. h, i Roberr E laidla, Se c AkHarguiie, P.i.,r
B' ia' Su i cr i,.-i. nu th Pa n.. .i,,; i Ca'r,in. Li L d r Gar Gaziaov, Mu.sic DirectCi.r- Jarkie Itti.. Mt.,d s t PR. tri
c f W & T 8 a Youth & Children's Minisuin... Active uI[rq, ..ILAl Mhir,, r[r.
St. M army's Episcopal Church Ser ice of Word & Table 8:30 an. Offe. am.850-973-3
SSunday School 9:45 a.m. -, MorningWorship.....................8:30san..& 11:00 ai..
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T i,_ I B1i LPht,. li, a. I.- Bo'kV.I Svemor W Luin Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-81.......5:00-6:00 p.m. Wednesday: Family Night................Call for schedule
Sunday Church School 1.....10:00 aan. Youth (grades 9-12) 6:30-7:30 p.m. A Family of Families" "* Comemporair tI.-, i.,
Sunday Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Men's Fello*ship Breakfast (3rd Sun.).......8:00 amn. I- ff iAtrerested in a home'group, call 3. 3 '-*.
N Mission Board 2nd Sunday 11:00 ain. Women's Meeting &.Lubch (6st Mon.).....12:00 noon t n aWm,. .Uam .r..a.A-Ic ,r.......r. \m- &r..--...-
Episcopal Church Women 3rd Sunday ...... 11:00 a.m. _,""'kSn ., m r, e,own O 11.11 ll 2it 'Where Lotv Ha- NVo LIrnui"
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Friday, July 20, 2007


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By Jessica R. Higginbotham
GreenePublishing, Inc.
Blocking objectionable
material such as violence,
and pornography is an as-
pect of Internet safety that
must not be ignored by par-
There are numerous
programs on the market that
are available to protect chil-
dren from viewing anything
harmful via the Internet.
Filtering software is rela-
tively inexpensive, and it is
customizable to certain cri-
With most filtering so6ft-
ware, parents have the op-
tion of what and what not to
block. Some programs fea-
ture password overrides, to
give a password holder the

ability to turn off the soft-
ware. Other programs set
user profiles, so that a six
year old and twelve year old
can both view age appropri-
ate material.
Net Nanny is a program
that uses dynamic contextu-
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block sites when and only
when objectionable material
is present. ,
The example given by
manufacturers is this: If
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news story with violent con-
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site. If in an hour later
CNN.com is nolonger broad-
casting the story Net Nanny
will allow the site.
Net Nanny also has a
feature that sends notifica-

tions to parents whenever
access to objectionable mate-
rial is accessed.
CYBERsitter can scan
the hard drive of a computer
as well as the Internet for ob-
jectionable content. There
are a few minor weaknesses
in the, system, but it general-
Sly performs very well in
blocking pornography and
other filtered material.
Max Protect offers a
time control function to lim-
it the amount of time a child
spends on the Internet,- as
well as capture view. Cap-
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screenshots of forbidden
,pages where access was at-
While these are only
three options, there are
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By Jessica Higginbotham
Greene Publishing, Inc.
One in seven youth
online received a sexual
solicitation or approach
over the Internet.
Of the youth who
were solicited online, 27
percent were asked to
take sexual pictures of
themselves to send to the
solicitor. Of the sexual
solicitations online, 90
percent happened to
youth ages 13 and over.
Over 70 percent of
online sexual solicita-
tions were targeted at
According to a Unit-
ed States Department of
Commerce study, 90 per-
cent of all children be-
tween the ages of five
and 17 in the U.S. use
computers. The. attrac-
tion of sexual predators
to the Internet is the
anonymity of the user.
A forty-year-old man
can become a seventeen-
year-old boy with a few
fake pictures ,and clever
. speech. A child ?- Y.
never know whom he or

she is talking to on the
Child sexual exploita-
tion occurs in every eco-
nomic, social, ethnic, and
religious group. Just as
Internet use has explod--
ed, so has the number of.
Internet, related abduc-
tions .
The National Center
for Missing or Exploited
Children, NCMEC, has a
hotline called the Cyber-
Tipline that can be
reached at 800-843-5678.
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Capital Area Chapter
American Red Cross
Heat can affect anyone. It is most likely to affect
young children, elderly people, and people with
health problems For instance, people with a medical
condition that causes poor blood circulation, and
those who take medications to get rid of water from
the body (diuretics) or for certain skin conditions,
may be more susceptible to heat sickness than others.
It is important for everyone to be prepared for heat
.emergencies Heat wave is a prolonged period of ex-
cessive heat and humidity.
The National Weather Service steps up its proce-"
dures to alert the public during these periods of ex-
cessive heat. Heat wave can result in three main heat
emergencies: heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat
stroke (also referred to as sunstroke.) Heat Cramps
are muscular pains and spasms due to heavy exertion.
TheV usually,. involve the abdominal muscles or legs-
It is generally thought that the loss of water from
heavy sweating causes the cramps. To treat heat
cramps, get the person to a cooler place and have him,
or her rest in a comfortable position- Lightly stretch
the affected muscle and replenish fluids. Give the per-
son a half glass of cool water every fifteen minutes.
Do not give liquids with alcohol or caffeine in them.
as they can make conditions worse.
Heat Exhaustion typically occurs When people ex-

ercise heavily or work in a warm humid place where
body fluids are lost through heavy sweating. Blood
flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to de-
crease to the vital organs. This results in a form of
mild shock. The skin will be cool and moist, and could
appear to be either pale or flushed. The victim may
have a headache and/or be suffering from nausea.
There may also be some dizziness.
It is important to treat the victim promptly so that
the condition will not intensify and become heat
Begin treatment by getting the person out of the
heat and into a cooler place. Remove or loosen tight
clothing and apply cool, wet cloths, such as towels or
sheets, if the person is conscious, give cool water to
drink, a half glass every fifteen minutes, and make
sure the person drinks slowly Again. do not give liq-
uids that contain alcohol or caffeine. Let the victim
rest in a comfortable position, and watch carefully for
changes inhis or her condition.
Heat stroke is the most -serious heat emergency It
is life threatening. The victim's temperature control
system, which produces sweating to cool the body.
stops working.
The body temperature can rise so high that brain
damage and death may result if the body is not cooled
quickly Here are some signs that a person is having a
heat stroke: hot, red skin; changes in consciousness;
rapid, weak pulse and rapid, shallow breathing. Body
temperature can be very high- sometimes as high as
If the person was sweating from heavy work or
exercise, skin may be wet; otherwise, it will feel dry-
A person suffering from heat stroke needs help fast.
Call 911 and move the person to a cooler place imme-
diately Immerse the victim in a cool bath or wrap wet

beer, which actuallydehydrates the body
Eat small meals and eat more often. Avoid foods
that are high in protein, which increase metabolic
Avoid using salt tablets unless directed to do so
by a physician.
For additional information on preparing for dis-
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and fan it. Watch for sig-
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cool the body any way you
can. If the victim refuses
water, is vomiting, or
there are changes in the
level of consciousness, do
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These are very serious
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know what can happen,
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you can protect yourself
and your family from heat
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strenuous activity- if you
must do strenuous activi-
ty, do it during the coolest
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stay on the lowest floor,
out of the sunshine.
Wear lightweight,
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Drink plenty of wa-
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Drink plenty of flu-
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Water is the safest
liquid to drink during
heat emergencies. Avoid
drinks withalcohol or caf-
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but make theheat's effects
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Friday, July 20, 2007




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DRV RS areosuryors

Driving while either intoxicated or drunk is dan-
gerous and drivers with high blood alcohol content
(BAC) are at increased risk of car accidents, highway
injuries and vehicular deaths. Prevention measures
evaluated include license suspension or revocation,
impounding or confiscating vehicle plates, enforcing
open container bans, increasing penalties such as
fines or jail for drunk driving, mandating education
for young people, and lowering legal BACs. Also dis-
cussed are safety seat belts, air bags, designated dri-
vers, and effective practical ways to stay sober.
Every single injury and death caused by drunk dri-
ving is totally preventable. Unfortunately, over twenty
percent of all traffic fatalities in the United State each
year are caused by drunk drivers. Thus, drunk dri-
ving remains a serious national problem that tragical-
ly affects thousands of victims annually.
It's easy to forget that dry statistics represent real
people and real lives.
Most drivers who have had something to drink
have low blood alcohol content or concentration (BAC)
and few are involved in fatal crashes. On the other
hand, while only a few drivers have BACs higher than
.15, many of 'those drivers have fatal crashes.
The average BAC among fatally injured drinking
drivers is .17.
Almost half of fatally injured drinking drivers
have a BAC of .20 or over (which is twice the legal lim-
it in most jurisdictions).
High BAC drivers tend to be male, aged 25-35, and
have a history of DWI convictions and polydrug abuse.
Drunk driving, like most other social problems, re-
sists simple solutions. However, there are a number of
actions, each of which can contribute toward a reduc-
tion of the problem:
Automatic license revocation appears to be the
single most effective measure to reduce drunk dri-
ving. 6 Not only is license revocation effective, but we
should remember that driving is a privilege, not a
right. Just as we do not license those who lack eye-
sight,'we should not hesitate to revoke the licenses of
those who lack the good judgment not to drive drunk.
Automatic license revocation along with a

mandatory jail sentence appears to be even more ef-
fective than just automatic license revocation.
Passing mandatory alcohol and drug testing in fa-
tal crashes would promote successful prosecution of
drunk and drugged drivers.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administra-
tion estimates that 18-20% of injured drivers are using
drugs and although drinking is on the decline, drug-
ging is on the increase. However, this figure appears
to be much too low. For example:
A study by the Addiction Research Foundation of
vehicle crash victims who tested positive for either le-
gal or illegal substances found that just 15% had con-
sumed only alcohol.
A Tennessee study found that over half of reck-
less drivers not intoxicated by alcohol were intoxicat-
ed by other substances and noted that "Studies of in-
jured drivers suggest that driving under the influence
of drugs other than alcohol is a growing cause of traf-
fic injuries in the United States.
Promising but inadequately evaluated measures
Marking the license plate to indicate ownership
in the family of someone whose driver's license is sus-
pended or revoked for alcohol offenses.
Impounding or confiscating the plates of vehicles
used in the offense of drunk driving.
Impounding and confiscating vehicles used in the
commission of drunk driving.
While society has done much to improve highway
safety, you can do much to protect yourself.'
Don't drink and. drive and don't ride with anyone
who has too much to drink. Remember, it is usually
themselves and their passengers who are harmed by
drunk drivers. The risk of collision for high BAC dri-
vers is several hundred times higher than for a non-
drinking driver.
Volunteer to be a designated driver.
Always use a safety seat belt.
Use four-lane highways whenever possible.'
Avoid rural roads.
Avoid travel after midnight (especially on Fri-
days and Saturdays).
Drive defensively.
Choose-vehicles with airbags.

Don't use a car phone, put on make-up, comb your
hair, or eat while driving. Drivers using cellular
phones are four times more likely to have an accident
than other drivers.
Don't be fooled. The contents of the typical bottle
or can of beer, glass of wine, or liquor drink (mixed
drink or straight liquor) each contain virtually identi-
cal amounts of pure alcohol. When it comes to alcohol,
a drink is a drink is a drink and are all the same to a
Know your limit.
Eat food while you drink. Food, especially high
protein food such as meat, cheese and peanuts, will
help slow the absorption of alcohol into your body.
We can do it! While we must do even more to re-
auce drunk driving, we have already accomplished a
great deal.
The U.S. has a low traffic fatality rate (drunk, as
well as sober) and is a very safe nation in which to dri-
ve. And it's been getting safer for decades. There is
now only about one death (including the deaths of bi-
cyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, auto drivers, and
auto passengers) per fifty million vehicle miles trav-
Alcohol-related traffic fatalities have dropped
from 60% of ,all traffic deaths in 1982 down to 41% in
2002 (the most recent year for which such statistics are
Alcohol-related traffic fatalities per vehicle miles
driven has also dropped dramatically -- from 1.64
deaths per 100 million miles traveled in 1982 down to
0.61 in 2002 (the latest year for which such statistics
are available).
Alcohol-related crash. fatalities have fallen 1/3
since 1982, but traffic deaths NOT associated with al-
cohol have jumped 43% during the same time. We're
winning the battle against alcohol-related traffic fatal-
ities. but losing the fight against traffic deaths that are
not alcohol-related.
We can, and must, do even better,
Remember, don't ever, ever drive if you, or anyone
else, thinks that you may have had too much to drink.
And don't let anyone else. That includes reporting dri-
vers who may be drunk. It's always safest not to drink
and drive.



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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A

Kenya Monlyn
Independent Beauty Consultant
203 NW Darwin Loop Madison
email: virluousleacinglady'@ marykay.com
www.marykay com. virtuousleadinglady

Kenny Hall

Madison County
School Board Member
District 2

VeEtta Hagan

Madison County
School Board Member
District 3


259 SW Captain Brown Rd.
M adison. FL
(850) 973-8277

In order to make
the roads safer, here are some tips
to prevent drunk driving:
Always have a designated driver. If you go out
with several friends, rotate drivers each week.
() Have a key bowl if you are hosting a party. When
you have all the keys, put them somewhere safe.
Make guests check with you to retrieve their keys.
If they are inebriated, have them present their
designated driver.
Call a taxi if you are at a party and become
inebriated. If there is no public transportation, try to
find someone you trust to take you home.
0 Try to talk anyone who is inebriated and plans to
drive out of it. If they insist on driving, tell them you
will find a ride with someone else rather than
endanger yourself.
Have designated drivers wear brightly colored
shirts that say "Sober" or "D.D." if you run a bar or
dIUb.'This will serve as a reminderfor all drivers to
be safe as well as help people find their
designated drivers. Refuse to sell "Sober" drivers
alcohol, but offer them free soft drinks instead to
reward them for promoting responsible thinking.
,, Ask to stay the night if you are drinking at the
home of a friend and cannot drive.
Do not drive tired. Tired drivers can have slow
reaction times similar to those who are inebriated.
Driving drunk and tired is often fatal. If you are tired
and inebriated, try to find a designated driver. If
you cannot, consider sleeping in your car in the
parking lot or at your hosts home before driving.

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Most major alcohol manufacturers today are urging their
consumers to drink responsibly. What does this really mean?
At its most basic, it means that you should limit your intake
to 1-2 drinks per hour and that you should not drive if you
have been drinking. Designating a sober driver, monitoring
your alcohol intake and avoiding dangerous situations are all
integral parts of drinking responsibly. Don't make the
bartender cut you off--be responsible for your own actions,
and you'll be toasting to your health for years to come.

Bart Alford

Madison County
School Board Member
District 5

Auto Care
787 E. Base St.
Madison, FL
(850) 973-2676
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Package Store
Drink Responsibly
ID Required
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348 SW Rutledge St.
Madison, FL
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City Hall
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14A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder

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Friday, July 20, 2007

Mike's Pump Repair
And Well Drilling, Inc.

610 Industrial Ave.
Live Oak, FL

179 E. Base St. Suite A
Madison, FL

Mike Harris
Lic# 2610
Est. 1983

(386) 590-0888

Law Offices of Monica Taibl
125 NE Range Ave. Madison, FL 850-973-1477
The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before
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Sales & Service
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Roof Inspections, New Roofs,
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Folsom Constructing, LLC
We Accept All Credit Cards

Hugh Sherrod
238 NE Brickyard Pond Ave. Madison, Florida
Business: 850.445-3321 Home: 850-973-6601 email: hughsl@earthlink.net
Lawn Mowing Hurricane &
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Weed Eating Callt Bad Wean Uther
Tree Trimming Estimate1 lean Up
Bush Hogging Roads Before & After
Debris Clean Up The Storms
We accept ATM & Debit Cards

SServing Madison, Jefferson,
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Auto, Life, Health, Home
Freddy Pitts, Agency Manager
Jimmy King, Agent
233 W. Base St. Madison (850) 973-4071
24/7 Claim Service: Doug Helms, Agent
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813 S. Washington St. Perry *(850) 584-2371
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jAuto Upholstery

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Friday, July 20, 2007

The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 1 5A

By Jessica Higginbotham
Greene Publishing, Inc.
L&W Custom Meats and Fish Market has been open
for four years; however, on July 13 the owners opened a
country style meat market. Owners Lemuel and Wayne
Roberts offer competitive prices for custom meats -
much cheaper than the shopper will find in the grocery
"You pick out only what you want," says owner
Wayne Roberts. L&W offers cuts of pork, chicken, beef,
venison, and fish. Meats are handpicked and custom

cut, which isn't something consumers find in most bulk
Ground beef is available, fresh ground daily. Meats
are a day old at their oldest, and on display for the buy-
er to choose exactly which one they want. Steaks are
hand cut, and custom ordered meat is available. Fish
are cleaned and filleted at no extra charge as a standard,
but, a customer can request whole fish.
Bacon with the rind on for crackling is hard to come
by, but L&W has it! Currently, ribeyes are available at
$6.99 per pound, whereas other markets offer the steak

for more than $12. L&W meat market offers well cut,
good meat, for much cheaper than grocery stores, be-
cause they care about the customer!
L&W still offers slaughter and processing, at $40 for
the slaughter and 50 cents per pound of the carcass.
The meat market is a new venture, but it's tailored
to give customers a choice they don't have in chain gro-
cers. The fish market is open on Wednesday through
Saturday, with fish coming in fresh twice a week. On
Friday and Saturday, the meat market is open. Wayne or
Lemuel can be reached at (850) 973-3655.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessica Higginbotham, July 13, 2007
A glance inside the meat case at L&W shows plenty of delicious pork chops and
sliced bacon. On July 13, pork chops were $2.69 a pound and $2.19 a pound, depend-
ing on preferred cut.

Great PubliSfhit. lac Ph,.*,.' h/ .l.ssb a Hit' iibhothain JAll 13 200"
(Left to right) Lemuel Roberts, Kara Cox, Daniel Richards, and Wayne Roberts
spend time making sure the meat available to customers is of good quality and deli-
cious taste. Wayne and Lemuel own L&W, while Kara and Daniel are their faithful em-





Chicken Wings $1.99 lb.
Chicken Breasts $199.jb.
Leg Quarters $1.09 lb.

;;iHand Cut Ribeyes $6.99 lb.

: Homemade Rind Bacon $3.99 lb.

* Ox Tails $4.49 Ib.


New Blue Crab Managen

A new program designed to prevent overcapital-
ization of the commercial blue crab industry by man-
aging the number of participants in the fishery and
the number of traps they can use is under way. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission:
(FWC) established the Blue Crab Effort Management
Program, and the Florida Legislature and Gov. Char-
lie Crist approved provisions to implement the pro-
The program establishes separate endorsements
for the hard crab and soft "peeler" crab fisheries, and
blue crab traps must be marked with trap tags issued
by the FWC to be legal.
The hard crab endorsement (VH) entitles the own-
er to fish up to 600 blue crab traps and an additional
400 traps offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. A total of
150 soft crabs per endorsement may be landed daily as
bycatch, and as many as three shedding tanks may be
maintained by the endorsement holder.
A soft crab '(VS) endorsement entitles the owner to
fish up to 400 peeler traps. Persons who qualified for
two soft-shell endorsements are entitled to receive up
to 250 additional traps with the extra endorsement.
VH and VS endorsements are transferable, but leas-
ing or renting endorsements, tags or traps is not al-
lowed. Persons who want to enter the commercial
blue crab fishery may buy an endorsement and work
no fewer than 14 days fishing for blue crabs on an en-
dorsement holder's vessel.
The program also allows qualified fishermen af-
fected by the 1995 net limitation amendment to obtain
a non-transferable blue crab limited entry endorse-
ment (VN). This lets the owner use up to 100 traps to
harvest hard-shell blue crabs.
In addition, the program establishes an incidental
take endorsement (VI) for stone crabbers and
shrimpers and allows them a daily bycatch allowance
of 200 pounds of blue crabs from stone crab and
shrimp gear.
Persons who have qualified for the program will

lent Prgram Under Way
not be charged for their endorsements or tags fo0he
2007-08 license year. Beginning with the 2008-09 li-
cense year, the annual fees will be $125 for the VH and
VN endorsements, $250 for the VS endorsement and
$25 for the VI endorsement. Trap tags will cost 50
cents each.
The program also establishes a Blue Crab Advi-
sory Board composed of industry representatives
who will assist FWC fishery managers with issues re-
garding the blue crab fishery.

Contact Us Today & Get
Your Quote Over The Phone!

Harrell Insurance Agency
POBox M Jasper, FL 32052
fax: 386-792-1252
fax: 386-792-3411

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This is to inform the public that under section 12 C.F.R. 303.42 (Applica-
tion to establish a new branch location), Citizens State Bank, Perry, Taylor County,
Florida, 32348 has notified the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC, or Cor-
poration) that it has proposed to establish a branch office located at 424 West Base
Street, Madison, Madison County, Florida 32340.
Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his or her
comments, in writing, with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation at its Regional Office located at 10 Tenth Street NE, Suite 800, Atlanta,
Georgia 30309-3906, before processing of the application has been completed. Pro-
cessing will be completed no later than the 15th day following either the date of the last
required publication or the date of receipt of the application by the FDIC, whichever
is later. The period may be extended by the Regional Director for g6od cause. The non-
confidential portion of the application file is available for inspection within one day fol-
lowing the request for such file. It may be inspected in the Corporation's Regional Of-
fice during regular business hours. Photocopies of information in the non-confidential
portion of the application file will be made available upon request A schedule of
charges for such copies can be obtained from the Regional Office.

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County,
Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following:
lF.i.h I nil dd ateial .e mnt labor and su ervisin ito: widen arid

Furnishi ng al needed materials, equipment
resurface Madison County road SE County
and known as Project Number 2007 02; to
SW County Road CR-360 for a distance of9

Road CR-255 for a distance of 5.3 miles
widen and resurface Madison County road |
9.232 miles and known as Project Number

2007 03: and to resurface Madison County road SE Corinth Church Road for a dis-
tance of 2.856 miles and known as Project Number 2007 04. Please note that bidders
must bid all three projects noted above in order to be considered.
Sealed bids may be submitted to the Board of County 'Commissioners by depositing
same at the Board office located in the Madison County Courthouse Annex, Room 219,
112 East Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida 32340, or Post Office Box 539, Madison,
Florida 32341, anytime prior to 5:00 PM on Friday. August 10. 2007. 'ANY BIDS RE-
ERED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the project numbers
must be printed on the outside of the front of the, bid envelope as follows: Resurfacing
and or Widening Projects 2007 02, 2007 03, and 2007 04.
Bid Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents, may be obtained from the
Madison County Public Works/Road Department office located at 2060 NE Rocky
Ford Road (C-591), 2 miles north of Madison, telephone # 850-973-2156. beginning j
July 19. 2007. Each contractor interested in bidding these projects is strongly urged to
obtain copies of the bid packages prior to the pre-bid conference in order to have time
to review them and visit the project locations. Copies of Specifications will be available I
for inspection at the County Commission Office during regular office hours beginning
on July 19,2007.
Please be advised that a mandatory pre-bid conference, will be held on Tuesday, July
31, 2007 at 1:30 PM in the County Commission Meeting Room located in the Madison
County Courthouse Annex Building, 112 E. Pinckney Street in Madison, Florida.
SENTED AT THIS CONFERENCE. Madison County reserves the right to waive any
informality or to reject any or all bids.
Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Monday. August 13. 2007. after which all bids will
be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Commissioners is I
scheduled for Wednesday. August 15, 2007, and all vendors will be notified in writing
bf the successful bidder.

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The Town of Greenville, Florida is requesting written proposals from
qualified construction firms to provide professional At-Risk
on Management Services for the Budgeting and Con-
hase on the pro posed Ray Charles Childhood Home

It is the Town of Greenville's intention to employ the Construction Firm
Risk to provide overall Project Construction Management,
it Studies if needed, Information Management, Con-
Scope of Work and overall Project Management during the Con-
a cost plus a fee basis, with a guaranteed maximum price.

Proposal Submissions: Submit five (5) copies of a written proposal no lat-
er than 4:00 PM, August 10, 2007.
Allen Dyke
Clemons, Rutherford & Associates, Inc.
2027 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
Proposals must be responsive to the requirements and questions of the Request for Pro-
Reservations: The Town of Greenville reserves the right to reject any and all proposals,
to negotiate change in the new scope of work or services to be provided, and to other-
wise waive any technicalities or informalities. -
Method of Selection: Proposals will be reviewed by Clemons, Rutherford & Associates,
Inc. for the Town of Greenville which will recommend a ranking of firms. Upon ac-g
ceptance of the recommendation, negotiations or bids will or may be entertained.
Please respond by including but not limiting your response to the following.
1. Company name and length of time in business.
2. Company location.
3. Availability of time to start and complete project within Own-
er's requirements.
4. Insurance carrier and applicable coverage.
5. Qualifications of staff to be utilized on this project with names
short resumes, length of time with firm and previ-
ous clients served.
6. Names of three (3) previous restoration projeCL wilih phone
| num- bers and contact person.
S 7. Description of previous experience, to include budget, final
cost, time schedule, change orders, etc.

Request fdr information shall be in writing. No calls or visits to the Town of Greenville
officials please. Refer all request to Clemons, Rutherford & Associates, Inc., Attention:
Allen Dyke, 850-385-6153. All requests will be responded to in writing to all interested
| 7/20. 7/27

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CASE NO.: 2007-240-CA




MADISON, FL 323400000




YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the fol-
lowing property in MADISON County, Florida:

has been filed against you and you are requiredto serve a copy of )our written de-
fenses within 30 days after the first publication, if any, on Echevarria, Codilis & Staw-
iarski, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the original with this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once each week for two consecutive weeks
in the The Enterprise Recorder.
| ITNESS m3 hand and the seal of this Court on this 9 day of
July ,2007.
|Tim Sanderr
Clerk of the Court
'B' y

As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski ,
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
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