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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 2007
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A Two Men Drown At River


Farm Bureau To

Host Annual Meeting

Tuesday Evening
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Farm Bureau will
host its annual meeting on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 18, at 7 p.m. at the Madison Coun-
ty Central School Cafeteria.
The Farm Bureau Farm Family of the
Year will be announced during the meet-
ing and Charles Bronson, Commissioner
of Agriculture, will be the special guest
speaker at the dinner.
The Conservation Farmer of the Year
will also be announced at the meeting,
along with the George Townsend Good
Neighbor Award winner.
The meeting, which is open to all Farm
Bureau members, will feature a Boston
butt dinner with all the trimmings.


School Board To

Discuss Possible

Lee Library System
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County School Board will
discuss a request from the Nladison Coun-
Sty Commission to have a portion of the
Lee School property to build a public li-
brary at their regular meeting on Tues-
day, September 18.
The County Commission earlier
agreed to allow Danny Hales, director of
the Suwannee River Regional Library
System, to pursue grant funding for the li-
brary.
The board will also discuss supplemen-
tal income for the assistant principals at
Madison County Central School, who are
assuming Principal Sam Stalnaker's du-
ties at the school, while he is deployed
with the Army Reserves in Afghanistan.
A Merit Award Plan for 2007-08 and
2008-09 will also be discussed at the meet-
ing.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the
School Board office, located at 210 NE Du-
val Street in Madison.

Parents Urged To Get

Free Tutoring For

Students Who Qualify
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Free academic tutoring is available
through the Madison County School
Board.
Parents were sent a letter in August to
sign up eligible students for free tutoring
help.
Free tutoring is available for students
if they receive free or reduced-price
lunches and attend one of the following
Title I schools during the school year:
Greenville Elementary, Lee Elementary,
Madison County Central or Pinetta Ele-
mentary
Parents or guardians may register the
students for free tutoring if they return
the form they received by mail, stop by
the School Board office and complete a
new form and attend a provider fair at
Madison County Central School on Sep-
tember 17.
For more information, please call
Gwen Hubbard at 973-5022, Ext. 225.


Index
Around Madison County
Church

Commmiwuty Calend~r


Two Hispanic males drowned in the "
Withlacoochee River on Monday, Septem-
ber 10.
At approximately 11:37 a.m. on Tues-
day, September 11, a father and son from
Hamilton County were fishing on the
Withlacoochee River.
They were south of West Bridge when
they spotted a body floating near the
Madison County bank, approximately 150
yards south. They contacted the Hamilton
County Sheriff's Office to report the dis-
covery
Hamilton County Sheriff J. Harrell
Reid and several Hamilton County
deputies responded to the scene. After de-


termining that the body was closer to the
Madison County bank, they contacted the
Madison County Sheriff's Office.
Deputy Jason G. Whitfield was dis-
patched to the scene. Lieutenant Mark W.
Joost and Sergeant Freddie A. Register
also responded to the scene. A black in
color Nissan king cab truck was observed
parked beneath the Madison County side
of West Bridge.
Sergeant Register located two sets of
clothing and shoes near the truck and be-
side the riverbank, Lieutenant Joost con-
ducted a registration check on the truck
and a subsequent investigation revealed
Please see DROWNING, Page 3A


Photographer Marsha Pokorny To Hold

Treasures of Madison County Art Gallery Exhibit


Photographer Marsha Pokorny is the featured artist of the
Treasures of Madison County Art Gallery exhibit which opens
Sunday, Sept. 16 in Madison. Florida. A native of New Mexico,
Pokorny has lived in Florida for alinost 20 years where she en-
joys capturing the beauty of nature with her camera. Eleven of
her nature inspired photographs are on display in the Madison
exhibit. ,
Most of Pokorny's photographs are taken in her gardens and
pond in Lee, Fla. and along Florida's East coast. She began ac-
tively pursuing photography about five years ago when her hus-
band, Daniel, gave her a 35mm camera. Before that time, in col-
lege and after, she dabbled in photography, but after receiving the
gift of her own camera really became inspired and started pho-
tographing the beauty of nature around her at home and in her
travels in Florida.
"I started out just having fun taking pictures and my love of
photography blossomed from there," said Pokorny.


Pokorny's love of nature is evident in her photographs. In fact,
all the flowers that she photographs are her own grown and
cared for by the artist and then preserved in a still shot. She cre-
atively captures flowers, nature and wildlife in its natural habitat
and has some amazing photographs of butterflies, sunsets, birds
anrid more.
The public is invited to the Treasures of Madison County Art
Gallery exhibit opening and Gallery Open House on Sunday,
Sept. 16 from 12-4 p.m. Visitors will be treated to refreshments, 2-4
p.m., and the opportunity to view not only Pokorny's pieces, but
an array of works, including photographs, paintings, metal and
wood sculpture, jewelry and more all representing area artists.
Exhibited art will be available for purchase and contributing
artists will be on hand throughout the afternoon to visit with
guests. Information: 850.973.6233. The exhibit will be open until
mid/late October. The Treasure of Madison County Art Gallery
is located at 212 S. Range Street in Madison.


Man Seriously Injured As Car Hits Tree


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photos by Jacob Bembry, September 11, 2007
Firefighters and paramedics work to extract the driver of a 2003 Toyota Corolla from the car he was driving
after he hit a large oak tree (in the photo at the left). Rescue worker, in the photo at right, take the driver up the
hill. He was flown to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital by helicopter where he was treated for serious injuries.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A man was seriously injured in an automobile accident on Wednesday, September
11, on Interstate 10, just west of the Highway 14 interchange.
According to a Florida Highway Patrol report, Jonathan David Monis, 20, of New
Port Richey, was traveling east on the interstate in the right outside lane. For an un-
known reason, his 2001 Toyota Corolla veered to the right and entered onto the south
grass shoulder.
Monis continued to travel along the grass shoulder and entered into a wooded area.
The right front of the car collided with a large oak tree and came to a fi-
nal rest with the front against the oak tree and pointing in a southeasterly
direction. ri
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Madison Mayor Signs

Proclamation Recognizing
Constitution Week
Madison City Mayor Jim Catron
signed a proclamation, recognizing Con-
stitution Week at the Commission's Tues-
day, September 11, meeting.,
Monday, September 17, begins the na-
tional celebration of Constitution Week.
The weeklong commemoration of Ameri-
ca's most important document is one of
our country's least known official obser-
vances. Our constitution stands as a tes-
tament to the tenacity of Americans
throughout history to maintain their lib-
erties and freedom, and to ensure those
unalienable rights to every American.
The tradition of celebrating the Con-
stitution was started many years ago by
the Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion (DAR). In 1955, the Daughters peti-
tioned Congress to set aside September
17-23 annually to be dedicated for the ob-
servance of Constitution Week. The reso
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Friday, September 14, 2007


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

S..b Bem "Do You Know How To Catch Wild Pigs?"


Ornery And Mean
I saw a sign at a church on the way to work this
morning that reminded me of one of my many faults.
The sign read: "Don't Be Grumbly Hateful, Be Humbly
Grateful."
So many times, I find myself with a tendency to
grumble about the little things that bother me. Maybe
I'm having a bad day. Too often, I find myself. grum-
bling and making someone else's day miserable. I'm
just being plain, downright grumblyy hateful."
There are so many things that I have that I should be
grateful for and praise God for giving them to me. I
have a wonderful family and great friends. I attend an
awesome church with a fine preacher. I have a beautiful
new house. My colleagues in the Florida Press Associa-
tion recognized me as the Association's Shining Star
this past year. I was recognized in 2006 as the Lee Citi-
zen of the Year. My health is improving. I have so many
things, yet I find myself being mean and just down-
right ornery sometimes. Grumbly hateful.
Hateful means full of hate. If I let the things that I
grumble about take control of me, then I will become
full of hate. I do not want to be full of hate. I want to be
grateful.
Prayer: God, forgive me of those times that I am
grumbly hateful. Help me to be humbly grateful. I know
that you said to cast my burdens upon you for you care
for me. Sometimes, it's so easy to hold on to the burdens
instead of just dropping them. Forgive me for holding on
to the burdens. Let mylife be full of praise for you. I ask
these things in the name of my Lord and Savior, Jesus
Christ, Amen.

Did You Know-..
By JESSICA HIGGINBOTRAM'
Greene Publishing, Inc.

Your largest internal organ is the small intestine at an
average length of 20 feet. If cut into pasta size
pieces it would serve four.


NOTICE OF BUDGET HE


The Town of Lee has tentatively adopted a budget fo

year. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION

TAXES will be held on September 18, 2007 at 7:00

Lee City Hall
286 N.E. County Road 255
Lee, Florida


C. T. McWilliams, Jr. is quite unhappy with some
County employees making exorbitant amounts of
monies, straining our coffers and adding to our bud-
gets. Mr. McWilliams mentions the following. County
Coordinator $69,300 plus a new SUV vehicle. Road De-
partment Director $61,751.76. County Planner -
$31,200. Emergency Management Director $43,014.36.
Solid Waste Dept. Director $34,506.
Sir, these are paltry amounts for the abuse and the
workload SOME of these people must endure in order
to keep their jobs. The problems we have in Madison
are, there are not enough of us earning income. We
have a large group of citizens in our community that
have never worked a day in their lives, or at least, had
a real job.
One wonders why and how something like this could
happen, where people don't have to work and still sur-
vive, This started a long long time ago when politicians
needed more votes, the story below though a joke, is
closer to the truth than fiction.
Most of us living in Madison County, know how to
capture entire families of wild pigs.
"You catch wild pigs by finding a suitable place in
the woods, and throw corn on the ground. The pigs
find it and eat it until it's gone. That would be the end
of this story if it were left at this point. However politi-
cians being as they are, made sure they received these
votes on a regular basis. Therefore, if your going to
catch wild, pigs, you throw out more corn everyday and
the wild pigs show up everyday to eat the cot n.
When the wild pigs get in the routine of eating at
the same place everyday, you build a fence on the back-
side of the feeder where they have been feeding. Soon,
the wild pigs will get used to the fence, and they will
begin to eat the corn again. In a week or two, you build
a fence on the right or left side of the existing fence.
They get used to that piece of fence also, and start to
eat again.
You continue until you have' all four sides of the
fence up with a gate attached. The pigs, which are used
to the free corn, will eventually come through the gate
to eat. Then, when the herd is feeding, you slam the
gate on them and catch the whole bunch.
Suddenly the wild pigs have lost their freedom. They
run around and around inside the fence, but they're
caught. Soon they go back to eating the free corn. They
are so used to the free
food, they've forgotten
how to forage in the
ARING woods for themselves, and
so they accept their cap-
tivity
r the 2007/08 fiscal The once free roaming
wild pigs now belong to
their captor who keeps on
q on the budget AND giving them the free corn.
The wild pigs can no
longer take care of them-
p.m. at: selves, or their young
without the food their
captor feeds them. Wel-
come to big government,
"were here to help you"
Our government keeps
pushing us toward Social-


ism and keeps spreading the free corn, in the form of
programs such as supplemental income, tax credit for
unearned income, tobacco subsidies, dairy subsidies,
payments not to plant crops (CRP), welfare, medicine,
drugs, etc. while we continually lose our freedoms -
just a little at a time. "Remember the fence"
Now, we need someone to handle all this free stuff
don't we? That's where government employees are
needed. The captor of the wild pigs now needs help in
feeding the herd of the now domesticated pigs; there-
fore he hires others to help him out. He needs to hire
guards, to protect his herd from others that would eat
them. The captor needs to hire others to take care of
those that get sick, he needs to have others mend the
fences, carry out the garbage, etc. These were all little
jobs we took care of ourselves, at one time. Today,
many no longer know how or have the want, to take
care of themselves.
Unfortunately for us, it's never the right people that
receive the big bucks, especially here in Madison. Our
Deputies and our Police are way underpaid, no way
can they survive without a working spouse. I also want
to add our EMS and Firefighters to this list, they also
need help.
As for our schools? Wonder why we rate an F? Sim-
ple, we have government run schools. Many students
that I personally meet, absolutely can not complete a
whole sentence with out the words "Like" and "You
Know" many can not fill out a simple government
form, unless either my wife:or I read the questions to
them. We had a chance of electing a true educator to
the school board in Nelson Pryor. We chose not to do so
because he had an R after his, name. Lord knows we
hire no one, unless they have a D after their name.
One should always remember there is no such thing
as a free lunch: someone has to work and pay for it. In
parting. All Governments have nothing, unless it takes
it away from you first. All Governments create ab-
solutely'nothing on it's own, unless it takes it away
from you first.
You can never hire anyone, to provide a service for
you, cheaper than you can do it yourself.
God help us all when the gate slams shut.
George Pouliotte


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The King Is Dead; Long Live The King!
Listening to the music from Pavarotti's funeral ser-
vice made my heart swell within me. 'Ave Verum," 'Ave
Maria, "and other lovely pieces floated around the
cathedral and thrilled those who heard. What a fitting
tribute to a man who brought us such beautiful music.
I was sad to learn that the "King of the High C's"
had died. What a talent! What a voice! What a gift to
mankind! Top that with the fact that he began as a
child to sing and entertain, and you have the true mak-
ings of a king indeed.
Within the past month, another king died. Groucho
Marx left us at the age of 84. If you ever watched his
television program or any of the Marx Brothers
movies, you understand just what a monarch he was.
No one had a voice like Groucho, no one raised an eye-
brow like Groucho, no one created insanity like Grou-
cho.
Losing two such disparate entertainers within a
short span is painful. The world has paid a price for its
delight the fee is that Luciano and Groucho are no
more. What will this world be without them?
"Ah," you may say, "all of us are mortal. No one
lives forever." Still, we have the recordings and videos
of Pavarotti and the film and videotapes of Groucho's
work. So maybe they will live forever. At least long
enough fo6r another generation to meet and enjoy them.
We cannot equate one talent with the other. While
Luciano was fun, Groucho was funny While Luciano
could sing, Groucho attempted to sing. While Luciano
could'create a wealth of feelings, Groucho could create
Freedonia. We wouldn't expect the same type of show;
I can't even imagine the two of them sharing a stage.
Yet we could expect and did receive quality, clean, en-
thusiastic entertainment without parallel.
The King is dead. Either Luciano or Groucho could
have easily been crowned monarch of his realm, and
no one would quibble over the title. Yet neither sought
to reign; they merely strove to bring their best to their
audiences. Maybe that fact contributed toward their
kingship.
I'm proud to have been alive during their careers.
I'm glad to have witnessed the work of the King ei-
ther one. Long live the King!
-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity"
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Madison Recordei established 1865,
New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
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management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or
the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertise-
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BUDGET SUMMARY
Town of Lee Fiscal Year 2007/2008


*THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF LEE
ARE 47.8% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES

Millaae Per $1,000
General Fund 6.38

GENERAL SPECIAL DEBT ENTERPRISE TOTAL ;
FUND REVENUE SERVICE FUND BUDGET
FUND FUND
CASH BROUGHT FORWARD $ 0. $480,000 $ 0. $ 0. $ 480,000.
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
AD VALOREM TAXES: $44,856. MILLAGE PER $1000. S 44,856.
EST/REV/CHARGE FOR
SERVICES $ 95,025. $ 95,025.
INTERGOVERNMENTAL $ 0.
FUND $ 25,650. S 25,650.
OTHER TAXES $85,156. S 85,156.
LICENSES PERMITS $ 3,365, S 3,365.
FRANCHISE FEES $ 16,703. $ 16,703.
INTEREST EARNED $ 5,000. $ 5,000.
OTHER REVENUE $ 5,500. $ 5,500.
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES $160,580. $505,650. $ 0. $95,025. $ 761,255.
RESERVES $104,370. $193,355. $ 297,725.
TOTAL ESTIMATED
REV/BALANCES $264,950. $505,650. $ 0. $288,380. $1,058,980.
EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
STREET DEPT. $ 49,610. $ 49,610.
FINANCIAL & ADMIN. $104,370. $95,025. $199,395.
HUMAN SERVICES $ 3,600. $ 3,600,
DEBT SERVICES $ 0. $ 0.
PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENT $ 3,000. $505,650. $508,650.
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES $160,580. $505,650. $ 0. $ 95,025. $ 761,255.
RESERVES $104,370 $ 0. $193,355. $ 297,725.
TOTAL APPROPRIATED $264,950. $505,650. $ 0. $288,380. $1,058,980.
EXPENDITURES .....
AND RESERVES

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND / OR FINAL, BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED
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Friday, September 14, 2007


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


ension Service
,,Diann Douglas


September Designated As

National Cholesterol Education Month
September is the time to get your cholesterol
checked. Since a high cholesterol level is a risk factor
for heart disease, health care professionals recommend
your cholesterol count be 200 or below. If your number
is higher, dietary changes can help bring your level
down.
For people with a high cholesterol level, the National
Institute of Health now suggests a more intensive treat-
ment. The components of therapeutic lifestyle changes
(TLC) are nutrition, physical.activity and weight con-
trol. If followed, these three lifestyle changes also re-
duce your risk for many other health related problems.
Follow these dietary recommendations to reduce your
cholesterol level:
Eat a diet low in fat and cholesterol. Switch to low-
fat dairy foods. Reduced-fat cheeses are now more fla-
vorful. Take your milk down a notch by switching to a
lower fat version. Switch to 1%, 2 % or fat free milk.
Choose leaner cuts of meat and trim visible fat be-
fore cooking. Round, flank and sirloin are examples of
leaner cuts that can be very tender if you prepare
them with the appropriate cooking techniques. Re-
move skin from chicken, and you'll eliminate most of
the fat. Bake, broil, simmer or roast all meat, poultry
of fish. Leave frying out of your food preparation it's
too messy anyway, so you will save time on clean up.
Be careful with ready-to-serve baked goods. Many of
these foods are prepared with saturated fats which
tend to increase cholesterol levels.
Eat less than 300 milligrams of dietary cholesterol
a day Read labels to determine the amount of choles-
terol in the food you are eating. Prepare lean cuts of
meat and keep it to a 3-oz. serving size, which is equal
to the size of a deck of cards.
Soluble fiber has been proven to help your body get.
rid of cholesterol; there are many foods that are high
in soluble fiber. Dried beans and peas are an excellent
source; increase your intake of kidney beans, limas,
lentils and black-eyed peas. Vegetables rich in soluble
fiber include squash, sweet potatoes and broccoli. Ap-.
ples are also a good source. ,
Increase your physical activity Aim for 30 min-
utes each day Walking, swimming, bicycling are ex-
amples of moderate level activities. Regular house-
hold chores like gardening and cleaning also count as
activity Be sure to consult your doctor before startifig
an exercise program.
Weight management Maintaining a healthy
weight will also help keep your cholesterol levels in
check. By keeping your food intake within reason and
increasing your activity level, your weight will reach a
healthy level without any effort.
Three components of a TLC healthy lifestyle sensi-
ble eating, regular activity and managing your weight
all work to keep your cholesterol level in check. If you
have difficulty keeping your cholesterol below 200 your
doctor may make further recommendations. For more
information on food and nutrition, contact the Madison
County Extension Service.


Around The Town
Thelma Thompson
Guest Columnist



Requiem For A Gentle Soul
The world little knew, and subsequently little noted,
that one of its gentlest and kindest souls silently
slipped the surly bonds of earth during the dark of
night Saturday
Terry McClain, still young at age 50 his birthday
was this past Thursday passed away at home. He lived
alone. Terry was a member of the Jehovah's Witness
Church and he was found dead by Glen Lawrence, one
of the members. When Glen called to tell him he would
pick him up shortly for Sunday services, he became
worried when there was no answer and came immedi-
ately to check on him.
For years, Terry had been a hard working, faithful
employee of Cherry Farms and subsequently Gold
Kist, but suffered a stroke which left him disabled. At
the time I bought this property from my sister, Terry
had already been renting a space from her I saw no
reason to remove a good tenant who was quiet, caused
no problems whatever and always paid his rent, usual-
ly in advance, and definitely wanted to stay
Terry enjoyed his privacy especially after I stopped
people from practically camping on his doorstep for
Terry made good wages at Gold Kist, people knew he
was a "soft touch" and knew when payday came. But
they didn't seem to know what day "payback" time
was. He appreciated the fact that I would tell anyone
who drove up to wait around, not to stop if Terry was-
n't home. That stopped lots of traffic.
Terry was a model car enthusiast and history buff.
He appreciated so much all of the National Geographic
and Smithsonian magazines which I passed on to him
and one of his hobbies was crossword puzzles. He also
loved to hear about the "olden" days of Lee; His living
room was lined with cars which he had assembled and
he knew all about them. The only time I ever heard
him say anything against anyone was when someone


stole his collection of model cars. And then the only
thing he said was that he knew who took them but
couldn't prove it, and wondered why anyone would do a
thing like that.
I didn't know any of Terry's family except his father
Leonard and brother Curtis and did meet his mother
Willie Mae once before she passed away a few years ago
- all very nice people. My sincere condolences to them
all.
Rest in peace, gentle friend.


MADISON COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER'S

OFFICE SALARIES

Name Position Salary FICA Life Insurance Health Ins. Retirement Total
Leigh Barfield Property Appraiser $93,227.00 $7,131.87 $38.04 $4,060.32 $4,060.32 $108,517.55
Cindy Colwell GIS/911 Coordinator $37,598.00 $2,111.25 $38.04 $4,060.32 $3,703.40 $47,511.01
Anita Willoughby Chief Deputy Appraiser $49,985.00 $3,823.85 $38.04 $4,060.32 $6,558.03 $64,465.24
A.R. Scott Chief Field Appraiser $35,807.00 $2,739.24 $18.96 $4,060.32 $3,526.99 .$46,152.51
Hiroko Cherry Cartographer $30,932.00 $2,366.30 $18.96 $4,060.32 $3,526.99 $40,904.57
Marie Smith Administrative Assistant $30,932.00 $2,366.30 $38.04 $0.00 $3,046.80 $36,383.14
Jim Willoughby Field Appraiser $27,045.00 $2,068.94 $38.04 $4,060.32 $2,663.93 $35,876.23
Kenya Brown Exemption Specialist $27,045.00 $2,068.94 $38.04' $4,060.32 '$2,663.93 $35,876.23
Kellia Frazier Tangible Personal Prop. $20,800.00 $1,591.20 $38.04 $4,060.32 $2,048.80 $28,538.36
Mary J. Farnell. GIS/911 Assistant $18,500.00 $1,415.25 $38.04 $4,060.32 $1,822.25 $25,835.86
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Huntsmen are,
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Bobby Haskell,
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DROWNING cont from page 1A


that the truck was purchased by a Suwan-
nee County resident..,
Deputy Whitfield went to Suwannee
County and located a friend and roommate
of two young males who had been missing
since Monday afternoon. The friend're-
turned to West Bridge with Deputy Whit-,
field and identified the truck and other
property as belonging to his two room-
mates, 21-year-old Valentin Olvera Sampe-'
rio and 22-year-old Marco Neri Olvera.
During this time, Lieutenant Joost and
Sheriff Reid removed Olvera's body from
the river. !1
Corporal Alan R. Whighamh and Deputy
Bill D. Hart II continued a search on the
river by boat in an attempt to locate Sam-
perio's body.
The Florida Department of Law En-
forcement (FDLE) had a helicopter in the
area, so Lieutenant Joost requested that it


Try this one on for size,
STRAIGHT TALK with no
hidden agenda. No politics,
no buddy-buddy, no leaning
left or right. Just what I
know or at least, whatI
think Iknow.
DID YOU FORGE

TO REMEMBER
One of the most horrendous and draI
series in American history has just pas
massive scope of the diabolical event in
one who is old enough remembers where
at the precise time that they heard the i
just past the anniversary of a single mu
that directly or indirectly has led to the
of thousands of human beings.
However, the big question today is, "I
to remember?"
September 11, 2007 marked six years
Americans have had to deal with trying
the hatred that would drive young men
ardly and despicable act of violence. M
is just not a big enough word. Their ac
intended to bring America down, as mu
tended to show us that it could happen,
it could happen at their will.
Well hoorah for the genius that figure
you come into a trusting home, its just
that hard to steal. The events of Septer
were like someone planting a bomb und
giving dinner table. The people who pe:
tacks were defenseless and unprepared.
have ever guessed that the simple act of
your normal daily routine could lead to


also conduct and aerial search for Sampe-
rio. After search attempts were unsuccess-
ful for the second body on Tuesday, Corpo-
ral Whighamn and Deputy Hart continued
their boat search on Wednesday At approx-
imately 11:37 a.m., they spotted Samperio's'
body floating approximately 100 yards
south of West Bridge.
Lieutenant Joost responded to the scene
arid the body was subsequently recovered
by Joost and Whigham.
Since there were no witnesses, it is sus-
pected that on the afternoon of Monday, :
September 10, Olvera and Samperio were
wading in the river on a sandbar approxi-
mately 150 feet north of West Bridge. Ap-
parently one of them fell into one of the
nearby deep holes and the other attempted
a rescue when they both drowned.
Friends and relatives reported that nei-
ther, Olvera or Samperio could swim.


cont from page 1A
lution was, later adopted by
the U.S, Congress and
signed into Public Law #915
on August 2, 1956 by Presi-
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The.aims of the celebration
are to (1) emphasize citi-
zens' responsibilities for
protecting and defending
the Constitution, preserving
it for. posterity; (2) inform
the people that the Constitu-
tion is the basis for Ameri-
ca's great heritage and the
foundation for our way of
life; and (3) encourage the
study of the historical
events which led to the
framing of the Constitution
in September 1787.
The United States of
America functions as a Re-
public under the Constitu-
tion, which is the oldest doc-
ument still in active use that
outlines the self-govern-
ment of a people. This land-
mark idea that men had the
inalienable right as individ-
uals od be free and'live their;
lives under their own gover-
hance was the impetus of"
the American Revolution.
Today, the Constitution
stands as an icon of freedom
for people from around the
world.
WRECK
cont from page 1A
Monis received serious
injuries during the crash
and was transported to Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospital
by Life Net helicopter.
The Madison County
Sheriff's Office, Madison
County EMS, Madison Fire
and Rescue and the
Greenville Volunteer Fire
Department all assisted at
the scene.
FHP Trooper Berry
Crews was the investigating
officer.


But the days of a trust-
,\ "ing America are over. Self
STRAIGHT TALK protection .and the preser-
1 ovation of our way of life
By Ted C. Ensminger have become job one.
Associate Publisher However, there is a grow-
ing element that is look-
T ing for a shortcut to the overall success of this mis-
sion. More and more on the evening news we hear
about the demands being placed on our leaders to
?' bring our troops home from the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan. But if we do that, what's next? If we
matic anniver- don't fight there, then where? There is always going to
t us by The be a fight. We have an enemy that not only flies civil-
sured that any- ian aircraft into buildings but brainwashes its youth to
re he or she was wear a bomb vest into a crowd of innocent people, peo-
iews. We have ple of all ages.
rderous act And, Osama Bin Laden is still at large, gloating like
deaths of tens the pig that he is. Do we not realize that this war will
not end until we kill them everyone?
Did you forget Friday of last week I received a tearful email from
my sister telling me that my nephew, Jeremy Cornell,
that we as after serving four years in the United States Marine
to comprehend Corps, had just received a letter from the military that
to such a cow- he had five months to get his affairs in order because
urder somehow he was being recalled for active duty And as much as
tions were not it pains me to think that Jeremy might find himself in
Lch as it was n- the near future in harm's way, I know that this is as
and invariably much his fight as it is anyone of us.
Immediately after the attacks of 9/11 several battle
ed out that if cries surfaced including, "Let's Roll" and "We Will
not going to be Never Forget." We are in for a long, difficult battle
nber 11, 2001 that could cross over generations. Do the people of the
ler the Thanks- United States have what it takes to endure the sacri-
rished in the at- fices associated with this kind of war? Not if we for-
Who could get.
going on with Sometimes, the easiest thing to do is to simply for-
ones death? get. But this time, we can't.


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Friday, September 14, 2007


I.S. Customs And Border Protection Officer Charged With Madison County...


Woman Arrested For Possession

Of Drug Paraphernalia
I


Bribery In Connection With
R. Alexander Acosta, United States
Attorney for the Southern District of
Florida, Donald Balberchak, Special
Agent in Charge, Department of Home-
land Security Office of Inspector Gen-
eral, Mike Foster, Special Agent in
Charge, United State Department of
State, Diplomatic Security Service,
Steven Mocsary, Special Agent in
Charge, United States Immigration &
Customs Enforcement Office of Profes-
sional Responsibility, Anthony V. Man-
gione, Special Agent in Charge, United
States Immigration & Customs Enforce-
ment, Office of Investigation, and
Jonathan I. Solomon, Special Agent in
Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation,
announce that defendants Ronald
Howard Merker, Clodoaldo Ribeiro, Sid-
ney Herberth Sathler, and Alair Campos
have been charged in a criminal Indict-
ment with conspiring to and committing
alien smuggling, in violation of Title 18,
United States Code, Section 371, and Ti-
tle 8, United States Code, Sec-
tionl324(a)(2)(B)(ii)..
Defendant Merker, a United States
Customs & Border Protection Officer as-
signed to Miami International Airport,
has also been charged with accepting il-
legal payments in return for allowing
aliens, who had not received prior offi-
cial authorization, to come to, enter and
reside in the United States, in violation


Alien Smuggling Operation
of Title 18, United States Code,, Section
201(b)(2)(c).
According to the Indictment, from Oc-
tober 2005 to July 2007, the defendants
brought aliens to the United States, for
the purpose of commercial advantage
and private financial gain, knowing and
in reckless disregard of the fact that
such aliens had not received prior offi-
cial authorization to come to, enter, and
reside in the United States.
Defendant Ribeiro is also charged
with illegally reentering the United
States after having been deported, fraud-
ulently obtaining a United States pass-
port, and falsely claiming to be a United
States citizen, all in violation of Title 8,
United States Code, Section 1326(a) and
(b)(1), and Title 18, United States Code,
Sections 1542 and 911, respectively.
Mr. Acosta commended the investiga-
tive efforts of the Department of Home-
land Security, Office of Inspector Gener-
al, the United State Department of State,
Diplomatic Security Service, United
States Immigration & Customs Enforce-
ment, Office of Professional Responsibil-
ity, United States Immigration & Cus-
toms Enforcement, Office of Investiga-
tion, and the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation. The case is being prosecuted by
Assistant United States Attorneys
William White, Benjamin Daniel, and
Eloisa D. Fernandez.


One Of FBI's 10 Most Wanted Arrested


By Jessica Higginbotham
Greene Publishing, Inc.
According to the Madison Police Department, on the
evening of September 11, Cynthia Brown was arrested
for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cpl. Chris Cooks was dispatched to a residence on
Scruggs Street, and was advised by the complainant
that Brown was beating on the door of his house.
Cooks located Brown on South Duval Street later
and noticed that she threw a knife under the vehicle.
Cooks asked for Brown's consent to search her purse,
which she then emptied on the hood of the patrol car.
Along with Brown's other belongings. Cooks located
two crack pipes. Brown was then arrested and trans-
ported to the county jail for possession of drug para-
phernalia.


Jonathan I. Solomon, Special Agent in
Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI), Miami Division, announces the arrest
of Diego Leon Montoya Sanchez, one of the
FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.. Mpntoya
was arrested early this morning by Colom-
bian authorities near Zarzal in the Colom-
bian state of Valle del Cauca. Montoya has
been on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list since
May 2004.
Montoya is the principal leader of the
North Valley Cartel, which is believed to be
themost powerful and violent drug traffick-
ing organization in Colombia. The cartel con
trols over 60% of the cocaine exported from
Colombia to the United States. Montoya's
drug trafficking organization produces and
exports several tons of cocaine on a monthly
basis to the United States and other coun-
tries. In February 2007, a superseding indict-
ment was filed in Miami to include charges
against Montoya relating to the August 2003
torture and murder of an FBI witness in
Colombia. The cartel reportedly relies heavi-


ly for protection on illegal armed groups, tak-
ing help from right-wing paramilitaries as
well, as leftist rebels.
Other members of the North Valley Cartel
have been captured and extradited, or are
awaiting extradition to the United States. In
January 2007, Montoya's youngest brother,
Eugenio Montoya Sanchez, was arrested and
is awaiting his extradition to Miami. In 2006,
Carlos Jose Robayo, Montoya's chief en-'
forcer, was extradited to Miami and plead
guilty In 2005, Montoya's brother and cousin,
Juan Carlos Montoya Sanchez and Felipe
Toro Sanchez, were extradited to Miami
where they subsequently plead guilty and
were sentenced to lengthy prison terms."
FBI Miami would like to thank the Colom-
bian National Police and Army our partners
in the intelligence community the FBI Legal
Attache in Bogota, Colombia, the U.S. Depart-
ment of State. and the U.S. Department of
Justice for their continued support and in-
vestigative efforts that led to Montoya's cap-
ture.


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9/5/07
Charles Alexander
Lindsay Grand theft
Tangela Phillips-
Worthless checks
Edward Bernard
Langford Driving while
license suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
Essie Mae Davis Dis-
ruption of a school func-
tion, aggravated as-
sault/domestic violence
Ernest Jerome Turn-
er VOP (circuit)
Michael Wayne McIn-
tosh-VOP (circuit)
Brandon Michael
Fultz Petit theft
Jennifer Crystal
Shope Petit theft
9/6/07
Charles Alexander
Lindsay Grand theft HI,
burglary while armed
Tyrone Bernard
Fayson -'VOP (circuit)
Larry Ray Moore-Vio-
lation of parole
Demetria Renee
Williams Criminal reg-
istration
Desi Arnez Barfield-
Possession of crack co-
caine within 1,000 feet of
a church
9/7/07
Ray Wesley Morris-
Perjury, false official
statement
John Lee Jackson -
Driving while license
suspended, revoked or
cancelled
Nova Zollateco File-
moi No valid or exired
drivers license
Linda, Louise
Williams,- VOP (circuit)
9/8/07
Merlin Deshawn Ivery
Aggravated battery by
a person detained
Joseph Lenard Carter-
Reckless driving
Janice L. Givens Dri-
ving while license sus-
pended, revoked or can-
celled
Kenneth James But-
ler, Sr. Giving false
identification to a law
enforcement officer
Samantha Nicole
Smith -Worthless
checks-
Michael Scott Walters-
DUI, driving while li-
cense suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
9/9/07
Sherard Omar Bay-
nard Driving while li-
cense suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
Lakenya C. Frazier -
Driving while license
suspended (habitual of-
fender)
Joe Thomas Posses-
sion of cocaine, posses-
sion of marijuana less
than 20 grams, trespass
after warning.
Eric P. Reese Out of
county warrant
9/10/07
Derrick Jermaine
Alexander Domestic vi-
olence/battery, battery
(touch or strike), resist-
ing an officer without vi-
olence
Gene Warren Russell
III VOP (circuit)
James Lee Alston-
VOP (circuit)

Christopher Andrew
Moore Driving while li-
cense suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
Krista Marie Hill No
valid or expired drivers
license
9/11/07
Jorge Morene Guz-
man-Allowing an unau-
thorized person to drive
Cynthia Ann Brown-
Possession of drug para-
phernalia
Gregory Vonsell
Williams Criminal reg-
istration
Teresa Gail Thomley-
Battery (touch or strike),
resisting an officer with
violence, abuse of a dis-
abled person


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September 13, 1957
Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Kinard of Lee announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Mr. Wilson
Neil Blair, Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Neil Blair,
Sr. of Madison. The wedding plans will be announced at
a later date.
Mrs. James Williams, new president of the Junior'
Woman's Club, presided at the first meeting of the year
held Tuesday evening in the Woman's Club lounge.
Plans and programs for the year were discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cone and son of Okeechobee
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. WH. Cone in
Greenville.
September 15, 1967
J.C. Wells entered an agreement with the Madison
Women's Club Monday evening to construct a doll house
for the group to be auctioned off to raise funds for the
NFJC Scholarship Fund and a donation to the libraries.
Mrs. R.L. Simpson will have as her weekend guest her


son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 'W.H. Simpson,
and children, Miss Jan and Bill Simpson, of Fayet-
teville, N.C.,The family will go the first of the week to
Auburn, Ala., where Bill will enter Auburn University
as a freshman. He will take a scientific course prepara-
tory to being in the Space Program.
Those attending the American Legion and Auxilary
School of Instruction in Mayo Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Martin, Mrs. Rachel McNally, Mrs. Howard
Hughey, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrow and Mrs. Marian L.
Davis.
September 16, 1977
Mr. L.H. Hughey of Madison wished to announce the
engagement of his daughter, Rachel Ann, to Mr. Gary
Allen Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie B. Mills of Mon-
ticello. Miss Hughey is also the daughter of the late
Mrs. Lois Eillean Hughey She is the granddaughter of
Mrs. T.C. McNally and the late Mr. T.C. McNally, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. I.Z. Hughey


A benefit sing will be held Saturday, September 17, for
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gordie at Mosely Hall Baptist
Church featuring the Jesus Name Sisters and The Sal-
vation Singers.
September 15, 1987
If you've never attended the Hamburg-Lovett Peanut
Boil, you've missed out on not only great peanuts, but
an afternoon of music; laughter, and down home togeth-
erness. The McCormick Family entertained the guests
during the fundraiser. The group consists of Allen,
Brenda, and Mac McCormick, and Mike Register. They.
had everyone's feet a tappin' while hands clapped to the
beat of each song. -
Judge and Mrs. Wetzel Blair announce the arrival of
a baby girl born Aug. 8 at South Georgia Medical Center
in Valdosta, Ga. The little lady weighed eight pounds
and nine ounces and was named Catherine Collins
Blair. She joins a little sister; Elise, three-and-a-half
years old.


Obituaries


Herman
(Gene) Doudy


Dear Friends,
My name is Jerry Spires
and I am the stepfather of
. Herman (Gene) Doudy. Gene
passed ava'if' Januar.y of'
2007 at the age of 56 of mul-'
tiple causes. He lived here in
Madison and was a member,
of 'the First -. United
Methodist Church. When
our son Gene passed away,
not only were we faced with
the loss of our son, we also'
faced funeral and burial
costs due to having no insur-
ance. 'His mother and I are
on disability and are unable
to come up with the funds to
pay funeral costs. If there is
any way you could possibly
help us, please send it to the
address below:
Beggs Funeral Home
Madison Chapel
301 N. Orange St.
Madison, Florida 32340
If you have any ques-
tions, please contact me at
229-559-9799. May God bless
you and keep you in His sav-
ing light.


Jerry Spires


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September 15 September 15 & 22
The Mercy Mountain Reserve a seat today
Boys of Lake City will be and receive lower insur-
in concert at Midway Bap- ance rates. The AARP Dri-
tist Church on September ver Safety Program (for-
15, starting at 7 p.m. A merly 55-alive) will be of-
peanut boil/ice cream so- fered Sept. 15 & 22. Classes
cial will begin at 6 p.m. For will be held at the Madison
more information, please ext. building from 9 a.m.- 1
call 971-0083 or 971-5076. p.m. and will be instructed
September 15 by volunteer Rich Olsen.
Meet, Greet, and Eat There is a $10 fee for books
with your County's Super- and certificates. Interested
visor of Elections and persons may contact Olsen
Staff at Haffye Hayes Park at 973-2002 to reserve a seat
in Greenville. It is open to in this class.
the public and will take September 16
place Saturday, September The Treasures of
15, 2007, from 12-3 p.m. For Madison County Art
more information, contact Gallery introduces its
Jada Woods Williams at newest exhibit of local art
973-6507 or 673-9520. to the public on Sunday,
September 15 Sept. 16, from 12-4 p.m. Vis-
Back to School Jam itors will be treated to re-
will be held September 15. freshments and the oppor-
at the Greenville./Madison tunity to view an array of
Learning Center, Inc. from works. For. more informfla-
2-5 p.m. Free food, school tion, please call (850) 973-:
supplies, and clothes. For 6233.
more information, please September,16
call (850) 508-3699. Madison County His-:
September 15-16 torical Society will be
Christian Dramatist. meeting September 16, at
Clyde Annandale, will be 2:30 p.m. at Elmer's Gene-
performing at Pinetta ology' Library. The guest
First Baptist Church on speaker is Dee Camps. She
September 15 at 7 p.m. and will be speaking on the life
September 16 at 11 a.m.- and times in north Florida
and ,6 p.m. Admission is during the civil war. Dues
free, but a love offering of $5 will be collected and,
will be received. we invite everyone to join.
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For more information, call
(850) 973-6634.
September 18-19
North Florida Com-
munity College will con-
duct GED tests September
18 and 19, 2007, at 6 p.m. in
the NFCC Technical. Cen-
ter on the Madison cam-
pus. 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.
September 18-19
Sentinel Slammers Po-
etry Club debut will be
held on September 18-19,
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. The
meeting will take place
during the NFCC Club Ex-
position in the Student
Center. For more informa-
tion, call (850) 973-1641 or
email nixonrninfcc.edu.
September 20
The Dixie Echoes and
LifeSong will be in concert
at Bible Deliverance
Church on September 20.
starting at 7 p.m.. The
church is located on South
Range Ave. Free admis-
sion! Reserved seating is
available. For more infor-
mation, call (850) 973-4622
or (850) 973-6596.


September 22
The American Le-
gion Post 224 in Cherry
Lake will be hosting an
Ice Cream Social on
Sept. 22 for the children
of all ages of members
and guests. For more in-
formation, please call
Regina Barber at 929-
4908.


Have you been turned down
for Social Security or SSI?
Need help with your appeal?
Sammy Long
Disability Consultant 20 Yrs. Exp.
"No fee unless you are approved"
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* Be clear about your own values and attitudes. Communicating
with your kids on sex, love and relationships is usually more suc-
cessful when you are clear in your mind about your values and atti-
tudes towards these issues.
* Talk with your kids early and often about sex. Kids have a lot of
questions. Be open and honest with your kids. Let them know where you
stand on these issues and why you take these positions. If you have trou-
ble starting the conversation, consider situations on tv shows or movies
as conversation starters. Age appropriate conversations should begin
early and continue through adolescence.
* Know your kid's friends and their families. Friends have a strong
influence on each other often sharing wrong information. Help your
kids become friends with kids whose families share your values.
* Discourage. early, frequent and steady dating. Let your child
know your strong feelings on this throughout their childhood.
* Let your kids know you value education highly. Encourage your
kids to take school seriously and set goals. Be involved with school ac-
tivities and other community services or events.
* Help your kids have options for the future that are more At-
tractive Than Being a Teen Parent. Help them set meaningful goals.
Talk regularly about what it takes to reach those goals.
* Know what your kids are reading, watching and listening to.
The media is full of material sending the wrong messages. Talk with
your kids about what they see on tv or listen to.
* Establish a strong relationship with your kids. Express love and
affection often. Be supportive and interested in what interests them. Help
them build self esteem. Make family time.


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I f Treasures Of Madison County Art Gallery Plans New Exhibit

Public Invited To Gallery

Open House Sept.16


Photo by Jessica Higginbotham, Greene Publishing, Inc
Timothy Dennis, Jr., second from right, was awarded a $500 scholarship by Mary Ann Sanders with
(left to right) Lucille Day, Gloria Dennis, Timothy Dennis, Sr., and Deena Hames looking on.


Kiwanis Club Awards


Scholarship To Student


By Jessica Higginbotham
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On September 6, Timothy Dennis, Jr.,
was recognized at the weekly Kiwanis
meeting by receiving a $500 scholarship
from the club.
To be eligible for a Kiwanis scholar-
ship, a prospective Key Club member
must submit an application and meet all
the criteria required. Key Club is the
high school version of Kiwanis, and at
Madison County High School, Rose.
Marie McHugh sponsors the organiza-
tion.
Dennis is the son of Timothy and Glo-
ria Dennis. He has one sister, Giselle.
Dennis plans to use his 'scholarship at
North Florida Community College. .


In other Kiwanis news, Lucille Day is
leading the membership charge with 90
points. Pat Cantey is still lagging be-
hind with a mere 40 points. He ought to
step up his game if he plans on winning
by the September 20 finish date.
Margaret Poppell, the activities direc-
tor for Lake Park of Madison was a
guest of Deena Hames. The record also
shows that David Driggers was in atten-
dance, arriving later than Lucille for a
change, George Willis pointed out.
Pat announced that the new Kiwanis
signs were ready to go, and they are of a
large size. Jim Holben told his usual
jokes and various stories before break-
ing the club up into individual commit-
tees for the monthly board meeting.


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Madison County Art always accepting new JBuilding.
Gallery, located at 212 S. members, donations and
Range Street in Madison, volunteers to help support T
is hosting a Gallery Open its mission. .ABLE
House Sunday, Sept. 16 For more information Chairs
from noon to 4 p.m. to in- about the upcoming ex- $ 191f95
troduce its newest exhibit hibit,, open house or the
of local art to the public. Treasures of Madison
Visitors will be treated to County Art Guild and
refreshments and the op- Gallery, contact Mary Kay .
portunity to view an ar- Blume at (850) 973-6233 or
ray of works, including stop by the Art Gallery ,
photography, paintings, during its regular hours
metal and wood sculpture, of operation, Thursday-
jewelry and more all Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 -. ,.
representing area artists. p.m. The Art, Gallery is
Exhibited art will be' conveniently located off tX ,. i.
available for purchase of US HWY 90 in Madison,
and contributing, artists at 212 S. Range Street, just INE -*
will be on hand through- one block past the Madi- I1HN n
out the afternoon to visit son County Courthouse C talCl eT
with. guests. The public is and next door to the Trea-
invited to attend. sures of Madison County
The Gallery is operated
by the Treasures of Madi- -
son County Art Guild un- a | 1
der the sponsorship of the L ,
Treasures of Madison O U
County, Inc. The .Guild's e
mission is to promote art
and support artists in the 229-7 69 1
community through oper- "./...
ation of the Art Gallery,. .
providing art le-ssons.,and.. r ". '
lendingg talent to-dcomnu- "r iVOt (a{'leati i


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Greene Publishing, Inc.
M e 1 i s s:a
Burke's back-
ground in de-
sign and dec- '
orating has
helped her
create an in- .
teresting fami-
ly .of pillow
doll animals
and books.
Through the in-
spiration of her
mother, Burke
created Johan-
na Pig and The
Diamond Kids.
Johanna Pig
is based in part
on Burke's moth-
er, whose middle
name is Johanna.
Burke's mother
studied to be an
opera singer and
Johanna's talent is
her singing!
Johanna put her
whole heart into
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Kids would jump for
joy when Johanna
would come and
sing for them. One
day. The. Diamond
Kids asked Johan-
t: -J na to teach them to
sing. Instead, Jo-
hanna taught
them how to make
lovely crafts. -
learning that her
greatest gift was
.. not singing, but
..MNM;r, helping the ani-
d makes dolls and storybooks t mals see beauty
ssa Burke hand ma Kids Her dollsandbooks through their
pig andhe a, can be, viewed online, own creativity
Christmas gifts, and can be veBurke, who
works for Personnel Devel-
opment Services in Madi-
son, has learned that some
of the greatest beauty
comes from the most disad-
vantaged heart. Her Jo-
hanna Pig and Diamond
Kids are all unique.
Burke commented on
her website that, "Every-
""" ione, especially children,
and those afflicted by disad-
vantages, for one reason or
the other are like precious
diamonds to God, with
deep beauty and love just
h6e i 1 waiting to come out
through their beautiful dia-
mond eyes!"
ver Extremity Arthroscopic Burke will be sharing
der Reconstruction, Hand her story of Johanna at a
Carpal Tunnel Release. her tory of Johanna at a
storytime at the Madison
rden, M D County Public Library on
S R "RSeptember 20. For infor-
SR 6 i: ,, mation on storytimes, call
the library at (850) 973 -
paedics trained. 6814. Burke's creations can
be ordered online at
ta, Ga 31605 www.melissascrea tionsflori
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an evening of swing, jazz and rhythm.
McWilliams, Ball State Indiana University Professor
Emeritus of Music Performance and Director Emeritus
of Jazz Ensembles, brings with him a musical career
that has spanned 37 years and given him the privilege
of playing with such famous musicians and groups as
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a little of what I've done and my accomplishments," he
said humbly "I've worked hard, had a pretty good life,
and I'm looking forward to this performance."
McWilliams said he hopes area music students will
attend so they can understand that if they work hard,
they can succeed as he's done. "I hope a lot of music
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The 2007-2008 season promises to be another exciting
and diverse year with Springer Theater's Southern
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memories with "War Bonds The Songs & Letters of
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1% W 1,1 1 111 ill [By Nell Dobbs 1
He scuffed his shoes into the By Jaob Bembry People took note of the factthat these men had been
grass; he found a caterpillar. Greene Publishing, Inc Bwith Jesus. What a goal for us! To be like Jesus!
He found a fluffy milkweed Sirmans Baptist Beautiful huge arrangements were placed in church Sunday by
pod, and blew out all the "filler." Church will celebrate the Kathy Smith and Randy Smith in honor of their daughter, Ashley's, mar-
I 50th wedding anniversary /^/riage to Todd Butler on Saturday, September 8. Our prayers are for them l
A bird's nest in a tree over- of its pastor and his wife, to live together in love and peace and in serving the Lord all the days of lJ
head, so wisely placed on high. Garland and Jean Jones, theirr lives- .
Was just another wonder that on Sunday, September 16. Chituch of Godsign: 1 Way, 1 God.
caught his eager eye. A reception win be That is the message of God; there's only one wayand He is the Way.
held for the Joneses at 1:30 Quite an interesting service as we didn't follow.the program, didn't sing
A neighbor watched his zig p.m. that day and a blue- "Days of Elijah," didn't have our usual leaders, but are so blessed to have so
zag course, and hailed him from grass gospel sing will be- many' who can take over.
the lawn; gin at 2p.min. Just in Davis spoke about September11 in length and then sang "Where
Asked him where he'd been Rev Jones recently re- Were You" and were we touched and saddened. Juanita played piano as
Asked him where he'd been 1 Rev. Jones recently re- ., "ewasw Co,"i,
that day and what was going on. turned to the church after Llane wasn feeng well. Chancel Choir sang, "Life Song.
Moving back from Through the counrIside
"I've been to Bible School," he Graceville. odbe o a jell 9/19/2001
said and turned a piece of sod. Everyone is welcome- Flooding everybody.-Marjell 9/1/200
He pick ed up a w f ggly worm to attend and. elebrate the Amien to this message for.everybody all over the world in whatever the
S Hepicked up wiggly worm to attend andcelebrate the situation. He is not so well and is now in Lake Park of Madison. Bless others
replying, "I've learned a lot of 50th anniversaryof this in our church who are also here and in other nursing homes; in the hospital;
God." "couple. at home with caretakers; on the battlefields; wherever a favorite song is
S" "Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life."
S "M'm very fine Way," the, hritian Appreciated Preacher and Mrs. Heard visiting us at home Monday and.
neighbor said, "for a boy to vitan .ni our faithful visitors, Vic and Bobby Tuesday at Lake Park and Al and Gail
spend his time.' Dr amas Splurlock.
"If you'll tell me where God is, Dtal atllst I Bless the many, many loving caring visiting people. Marjell has been
SIll give you a brand new dime." wanting to see Aunt Maude, 97, Mother's youngest sister, the only living one,,
Perform At Pinett so Tuesday. Wayne and Di brought her to see him. As Lil Jess, 4, left him yes-
SQuick as a flash the answer '. ." L terday, he patted his cheek and said, "I love you, Pa Pa, hurry home." Sara
came! Nor was his accent faint. Bpit R h ('iot rrh Dene was here. She left Wednesday Aunt Bet in Starke is very, very ill. Jesse
"I'll give you a dollar, Mister, ; 0 has been a lifesaver: Natalie's been worried about her Pa Pa and she and her
I if ou can tell me where God B Jacob Bembr. friend. Patrick, came for the weekend and it was such a blessing for Lil Jess,
L ain'tt" G e P u i hn, Inc. and them to be in church with me. The saying is "It's not about you" and I've
SGreene Publishmg, Inc. not meant it to be all about me. As Scripture says.."We.speak that which we
Christian dramatist know." So true.
/'__ ."_-'---- > Clyde Annandale will per- Doris Raines asks for special prayer. We also praf for Jargo and Eunice
-fo----rm oi Saturday and Clark and Preacher Jake Phillips; Helen Phillips, home from Shands; and all
S--..... .i,, +,, ptst the nany, many other ill ones.
.5 l."J IrCV Sunday at Pinetta Baptist Preacher's messages continue about impetuous Peter and the fact
Church. -that God's people use God's power for God's purpose.
Annandale's first per- AWANA on Sunday afternoon was very good, even though the num-
SPECIALIZING IN GARLIC CRABS & GARUC SHRIMP formance will be at 7 p.m. 'ber was fewer than on Wednesdays last year.
saturday evening. His Tuesday, the Senior Adult Choir sang at Lake Park and there are
4 -. ... ..--.,A. .SaturdaI even "k needs for more singers.
David Arthur next two performances n Birthday wishes for September 9-18: Rosalie Russell. Travis
3863629 62 will be at the 11 a.m. wor- 'TAkins, Mark Branham, Jessica Gallegos. Bill Russell, Doug
ship service on Sunday | Finney, Lydia Barnes, Toni Blanton. Arden Brown. Bob
*n ; morning and at 5:30 on -I Earnest. Geoff Hill, Jennifer Argenbright. Caleb Ginn,
S Madison Store S Matt Buchanan, Sherry Finney, Joshua Hill, Debbie
m Sunday even ing' j. Rutherford. Kim Rutheirford. Holly Stalvey, Martie i
850-973-6134 Everyone is welcome, l Stern.
GARLIC POTATOES Y Free admission. A love of- May God grant us no lack in spiritual gifts all the
CORN ON THE COB Lake City Store fering will be received for way to the end and bless us one and all.
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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 of water, that
* bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. -Psahns 1:1-3












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JV Cowboys

Pound

Fort White
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
After five weeks of intense training, the Madison
County High School junior varsity football team faced
its first test of the season against Fort White last
Thursday, September 6. They passed the test with fly-
ing colors, winning 48-0.
According to head JV Coach Greg Ray, the Cowboys
were firing on all components in the game on offense.
defense and special teams and responded well when
they were challenged to play hard.
"The offense was able to move the ball on the
ground and in the air," Ray said.
The defense caused trouble for Fort White all
evening.
Special teams came up with some big plays. which
the offense good starting field position.
Ray said, "The players are starting to realize that
working hard in the classroom, weight room and on the
practice field pays off."
Ray also said that coaching staff had been working
hard and doing a great job.
Go. Cowboys!


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Cheltsie Kinsley. September 6. 2007
Xavier Brown turns on the afterburners and eludes Fort White
defenders.


FSU Tight End Charlie Graham celebrates in the end zo ei0~ sec-li
ond quarter touchdown. The touchdown was the flrstn Injhatai.'
the first of Graham'sFSU career.
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SemminolesWi

Over UAB,

Graham Scores,

First Touchdown
By Jessica Higginbotham ;
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Florida State came out victorious in their Un versi-
ty of Alabama-Birmingham match-up, starting With a
stellar touchdown by Charlie Graham, former Madison*
County High School Cowboy .
Quarterback Drew Weatherford threw 332 yards
and three touchdowns, bringing FSU from behind in
the first quarter. UAB kicker Swayze Waters m ad .a 27-
yard field goal putting them up three. Will Duib -
made a 21-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Waters' kick was good, and UAB was up by ten until
Gary Cismesia kicked a 21-yard field goal for three .,
points.
The Blazers has received seven more points. iWith
four minutes and, seven seconds left fit the seconIW'ha ,
Charlie Graham caught a two-yard pass from.We ither- :
ford for a touchdown the first FSU touchdown;ift t'
game and of Graham's college career. With the Rick
from Cismesia, the score was 17-10, Blazers, lie ding
into the second quarter. I
Leading the defense for the Noles in the.firstthalf
was safety Roger Williams, with six tackles in the first
half The.Semiiole offense has shaped up thr iamer"-
"since i breaking loss to Clemson,., Thy tta
ball moving and picked up 182 yards, and scored .ielr
first first-half touchdown of the season, .
By the third quarter, FSU was up 31-24, following
two touchdowns by Greg Carr and Marcus Sims, re-
spectively. UAB tied the game up with one.minute, 16f
seconds on the clock, until Richard Goodman, wi ..
only a few seconds left in the third quarter, received a
50 yard pass from Weatherford, bringing the Nol s
ahead by a touchdown and a goal going into the final
quarter . 1' -
In the fourth quarter, kicker Gary Cismesia licked
a 40-yard field goal, securing the win for Florida State.
The final score of the game was FSU 34, UAB 24.;
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Former MCHS Cowboy Geno Hayes is a linebacker for the Smrlnoles_ '-
He shows great leadership on the field and commented .n,a 'post gat
interview that respect on the field Is earned, and -he th[nlks e'siarne:-
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Cowgirls Beat Lady Trojans

In Volleyball Action
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowgirls' volley-
ball team continued their winning ways by beating
Hamilton County 3 games to 1 on Tuesday, September
4.
In the first game, Madison won 25-21. The Cowgirls
took the second set 25-13. Playing mostly second-team-
ers, the Cowgirls lost to the Lady Trojans in the third
game 25-19. The Cowgirls won the fourth game by a
score of 25-17.
Megan Jackson had 15 kills, 5 assists, 4 aces and 3
digs in the match.
Ashley Haynes had 10 kills, 4 assists, 4 aces and 1
dig.
Alexis Stalnaker had 15 kills, 1 assist and 2 aces.
Caitlin Griffin had 50 assists and 1 dig.
Brittany Davis had 7 kills, 5 aces, 2 digs and 1 block.
Brooke Bezick had 3 kills and I assisted block.
Lauren Maultsby had 5 assists and 3 aces.
Emily Hentges had 10 assists and 2 aces.
Brittany Bezick had 1 kill.
Ariel Blanton had 1 kill.
Kayla Sapp had 1 kill.

Cowgirls Cruise Past

Lady Bulldogs In

Volleyball Action
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowgirls cruised
by the Taylor County Lady Bulldogs 3-0 in a volleyball
match played Thursday September 6.
The Cowgirls won the first game 25-10, as Ashley
Haynes served out 11 straight points.
The Cowgirls won the second game 25-8 as Ashley
Haynes served 13 straight points and Caitlin Griffin
served 5 straight points.
The second string for the Cowgirls, nicknamed "the
Babies," won the third game of the match by a score of
25-12. Kayla Sapp scored 9 straight points in the game.
Megan Jackson had 3 kills, 5 aces and 1 dig in the
match.
Ashley Haynes had 3 kills and 11 aces in the match.
Alexis Stalnaker had 3 kills and 1 ace in the match.
Brittany Davis had 6 kills and 3 aces in the match.
Brooke Bezick had 3 kills and 1 dig in the match.
Emily Hentges had 11 assists in the match.
Randi Lyn Floyd had 3 kills.
Ariel Blanton had 1 kill.
Kayla Sapp had 1 kill and 1 ace.

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Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson today an-
nounced that the Flori-
da Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer
Services is seeking the
public's help in locating
over 200 camellia plants
that have been reported
missing from Esposito's
Garden Nursery, Inc., in
Tallahassee, where the
plants were being held
under quarantine. The
plants were infected
with or exposed to Phy-.
tophfhora ramorum, or
sudden oak death
(SOD), a very serious
fungal disease that may
be deadly to certain
oaks and other hard-
woods, and also ad-
versely affects other
plants including camel-
lias, rhododendrons
(azaleas) and vibur-
nums. Unlawful move-
ment of quarantined
plants is a Violation of
Section 581 101 of the
Florida Statutes.
SThe plants were
placed under quaran-
tine after a January
2007 survey.at Esposi-
to's determined that
camellias were showing
symptoms of SOD. Sam-
ples were submitted to
the Department's
Gainesville laboratory
and were confirmed
positive for SOD. At
that time, approximate-
ly 964 host plants were
identified for destruc-
tion or quarantine for a
minimum of 90 days. In
February, 406 of these
plants including all the
known positives were
destroyed and the re-
maining 558 host,
plants, that at the time
showed no signs of dis-
ease, were allowed to be
moved to Esposito's
wholesale nursery lo-
cated irn Havana, Flori-
da, for the remainder of
the quarantine period.
In March, during a,
subsequent survey at
the Havana facility,
some of the plants be-,
ing held in quarantine
showed signs of SOD.,
Samples. were analyzed


and found to be positive
for SOD. On April 5, the
Department returned to
conduct destruction of
the remaining 558
plants and found that
approximately 206 of
the quarantined plants
were missing.
On April 10, the De-
partment requested an
explanation of the
whereabouts of the
missing plants and gave
the owner until April 12
to respond.
On April 11, the
owner of Esposito's
Garden Center reported
to the Gadsden County
Sheriffs Office in Quin-
cy, Florida, that the
quarantined plants had
been stolen around
March 30. Esposito's
owner had not contact-
ed the Department re-
port the missing quar-i
antined plants which is
a requirement of Sec-
tion 581 101, F.S., which'
addresses the unlawful
movement of quaran-
tined plant material. A
state and federal inves-
tigation into .the matter
was initiated.
In August, a report
by state and federal
agriculture officials
was received and, as a
result of the investiga-
tion, a notice of viola-
tion has been issued by
the state to Espositos
Nursery, Inc., along
with an administrative
complaint and fine of
$5,000. The owner has
the right to contest the
Department's findings,
and can request an ad-
ministrative hearing
within, 21 days of re-
ceipt of the notice of
violation. Additional
charges may be filed by
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture (USDA).
Sudden oak death
presents a real and on-
going threat to Flori-
da's agricultural indus-
try, environment and
economy Movement of
nursery stock is a rec-
ognized channel for the
spread of SOD from es-
tablished areas to new
locations, creating a sit-


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nation of great concern
for the state. SOD was
first detected in Esposi-
to's Garden Center and
five other nurseries in
North Florida in 2004
when infected plant ma-
terial from California
was identified by De-
partment nursery plant
inspectors.: All known
infections were eradi-
cated. However, in Jan-
uary 2007, it recurred
at Esposito's Garden
Center, and' control ac-
tions were once again
implemented.
Esposito's Garden
Center records do not
provide information on
where'the missing
plants were dist r ibuted.,
If they were stolen
as they have indicated,
chances of locating the
plants are extreipely
low.
The Department,
along with the USDA, is
drawing on all re-
sources to prevent the
establishment of SOD
in Florida, and there-
fore locating these ,
missing plants is a pri-
ority. The camellia
plants were removed ,
from the Havana facili-
ty in late March or ear-
ly April. The camellia
plants were in three-
gallon pots. Varieties
included hiemalis, hy-
brids, japonica, sasan-
qua, and vernalis. ,
If anyone has infor-
mation about these
missing plants, please
contact the Gadsden
County Sheriffs Office
or the Department's Di-
visionof Plant Indus-
try helpline at 1-888-
397-1517.
The public can also
play a vital role in
identifying suspected
SOD infestations by be-
ing on the lookout for
SOD symptoms in their
yards or other natural
areas of the state. For
more information on
SOD, visit
www. doa cs. sta te.fl.us/p
i/enpp/pa thologv/sod.h
tml or call 1-888-397-
1517.


Bronson Announces


Availability of


Bioenergy Grants


Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson announced'
today that applications
are available for Flori-
da's Farm to Fuel
Grants Program.
The 2007 Florida Leg-
islature appropriated
$25 million for the
grants program to pro-,
vide matching grants
for demonstration and
commercial projects, as
well as research and de-
velopment relating to
bio-energy projects in
Florida.
Earlier this year,
Bronson and the Flori-
da Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection
(DEP) awarded $15 mil-
lion to eight organiza-
tions as part of the Re-
newable Energy Tech-
nologies Grants Pro-
gram for projects that
generate or utilize oth-
er renewable.energy re-
sources, including hy-
drogen, biomass and so-
lar energy.
The Farm to Fuel
Grants Program centers
on the production and
distribution of renew-
able energy from Flori-
da-grown crops, agri-
cultural wastes and
residues, and other bio-
mass.
It will award $3 mil-
lion for research, devel-
opment and demonstra-
tion projects, and the
remaining $22 million
for commercial bio-en-
ergy projects.
"Florida is poised to
become a national
leader in the produc-
tion of renewable ener-
gy," Bronson said. "In
order to do so, however,
the state must assist
our researchers and en-
trepreneurs in moving
forward, particularly as
it relates to new, emerg-
ing technologies. The
Farm to Fuel Grants
Program, in conjunc-
tion with DEP's Renew-
able Energy Technology
Grants Program; will go
a long way toward


Florida diversifying its
energy portfolio and re-
ducing its dependence
on other states and na-
tions for energy and
fuel supply."
Applications for the
Farm to Fuel Grants
are due by 5 p.m. Fri-
day, October 26, 2007.
Projects will be eval-
uated based on a num-
ber of different crite-
ria, including cost
share percentage, eco-
nomic development po-
tential, and the extent
to which the project
produces bioenergy
from Florida grown
crops or biomass. Eligi-
ble applicants include
-municipalities and
county governments, es-
tablished for-profit com-
panies licensed to do
business- in the state,
universities and col-
leges in the state, utili-
ties located and operat-
ing within the state,
and not-for-profit orga-
nizations.
For a copy of the
grant guidelines, appli-
cation and other rele-
vant information, go to:
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Individual Soil Steward Of
By Jessica Higginbotham Use of soil tests for nutri .
Greene Publishing, Inc.' cation for most efficentiue
Archie Davis of'Davis Angus mercial fertiUie. ..
Farm was chosen to receive the 2007 Use of scouing prtier
Individual Soil Steward jof the Year grated pest management methd t""
award. Davis and his wife Patsy have apply. pesticides only 1 h-ebit -
operated their farm in Dee for several Use of cro en it 0.
years. o. national graW..
Judy Webb nomihateid Davis An- The Davises are active e rie
gus Farm for the award.' of First Baptist Churct iA
Their farm uses bahiagrass pas-. whire.Ardsciae se a aam.-
tures for grazing, and they produce Archie is action thn ifk
hay for supplemental feel. Davis An- Extension Service A risy it-
gus Farm operates on on. main tract te, .i member of the. ar ,.weau,
of 440 acres and has a 100-acre.upper. arid a member of th
pasture that is leased out. oiatin. Patsf te
In the mid-eighties, Divls convert- e Elemestary.
ed his row crop farm to a cattle farm, LobtEleslme nteda." th
which was.much less labor intensive. u-.-aitsyo id
Davis and his family manage the riu- utehat honorednd itna
trients and only use pesticides when dgodth thathiy wereigot t fe
there is no other alternative. doing things right. The Deaihw
Conservation practices; Davis has been nominated :andtceiV- dvra-;
implemented include: ... awards sincp they, ,a.fa .
Converting row crop-land to perma- 1968; The e ca" e tHlib..
nent pasture and hay felds row cause the and.has taei'
crops cause soil erosion. I them. ,


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shape and weight, but
all are designed to get
your bait to the bottom
of a lake or river. Split-
shot sinkers resemble
BBs and can be easily
added or removed from
your line to vary the


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Lures For the.be-
ginning angler, live bait
fished on a hook pro-
vides the best opportu-
nity to catch fish. Soft
plastic baits, like jigs
or plastic worms, are
great for finding fish at
or near the bottom of a
lake or river.
Crankbaits and spin-
nerbaits are cast out
and reeled in at a
steady rate and are ide-
al for finding fish hold-
ing at certain depths.'
Topwater lures, like
poppers and buzzbaits,
are designed to draw
fish out by mimicking a
creature struggling on
the surface and can be
particularly effective
when the water is still.
Seeing a fish hit a top-:
water lure is one 6f the
most thrilling moments
you can experience on
the water.


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Chicken Wings
Chicken Breasts
q Leg Quarters
10 lb. Bag of Leg Quarters
Hand Cut Ribeyes
Pork Chops
Homemade Rind Bacon
Ribs
Ox Tails
Fresh Ground Chuck
Cube Steak
Bottom Round Roast
Stew Meat


WE NOW

HAVE
LIVE
CRABS!

Also available
Mullet Shrimp
Speckled Trout
Catfish and other
fresh fish


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SFinding Public Hunting Lands


By Larry Whiteley
One of the biggest
challenges to most
hunters is just finding a,
place to hunt.
If you don't own or
lease land, it probably
means finding a good
spot on public land. The
time to start looking is
right now.
Your state wildlife
agency can provide infor-
mation on areas close to
home and those with the
best opportunity for deer,
turkey, upland game or


waterfowl.
Other sources include
National Wildlife
Refuges, the National
1 Forest Service, and the
-l Bureau of Land Manage-
ment.
Large timber compa-
nies are also a possibili-
Some allow hunters to
purchase passes to hunt
company-owned land.
Some military bases
and federal installations
also allow hunting oppor-
tunities.


Year Around Exodc Deer Harest Whitetail Harvest. SepL fthru,, arch '
Licensed Hunting Preserve d
Day, Florida 386-294-1211 BHP 289 BrkAvailable'
www.buchananfarms.com All Year


Ba& GP
ENTERPRISES
1556 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340
Fire Arms Ammunition
NFA Items
Specializing In AR-15's
Parts & Accessories
, 850-973-8880 o 850-570-1030 cell
e-mail: ammodump @embarqmail.com


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Fish & Game Feeding Chart 229.985.4565

How to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best-for the 2 2 9 -9 8 5 4 5 6 5
sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour.
Good luck and be careful out there. We Buv0&


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Equipment

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Check out the lcltssifleds whein yout want!
l our claLssi fies- hones, autos. jobs. pets andi more-are now online!


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

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

Home Care for Seniors
Will assist with activities of daily
living, NFCC Patient Care Techni-
cian Certificate. CPR & CNA Cer-
tified Available now. Call Beverly.
at 850-973-2264

Serious about losing FAT?
'Call Dr. Bartholomew
(850) 673-8338
Chiropractic-Clinical Nutrition






Machinery Consignment Auction
9 AM, Sat. Sept. 29th
10350 176th Street
McAlpin, FL 32062
Now taking Consign-ents!
Low Rates! Consign Early!
G.E. Johnson Auctioneers
& Real Estate, Inc.
Aul840/Abl337 (888)-999-7653
Estate Auction (Living)
9AM, Sat. Sept. 15th
15414 133rd Place
McAlpin, FL 32062
Antiques, Carnival & Depression
Glass, Crocks, Antique'Fum., &
more...For Details -
www.gejohnsonauctioneers.comrn
AU1840/AB1337 (888) 999-7653





Madison County 4-H Clubs
Relay for Life Yard Sale
October 6, 2007
9 a.m. until ?
In front of the Livestock Show
Building Loof for Signs
Household items Clothes Toys -
Games Really Good Deals!!!
Please Support Madison 4-H Clubs






Free to Good Home
Black Bull Terrier
Female, very sweet disposition.
Adult phone calls only 850-948-
6993


Dunn's
Lawn Mower Repair
Welding
New & Used Parts
850-973-4723
2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340






We Buy Caravan, Voyager and
Town N Country Vanis. 1996 and
UP. Running or Not Running.
Bud Chute 850-843-0127






25 lbs. of
Clean Newspapers
just $2 a bundle
973-4141

Simmons full size matress and,
box spring. Good condition. $95
call 850-973-4254
AIRLINE TICKETS
Three round-trip tickets to ANY-
WHERE SouthWest Airlines flies.
No restrictions, just make reserva-
tions. HURRY! One expires in
Dec, the other two in March 2008!
Just $300 each, all three for $750.
Will consider trade for large screen
TV. Call Ted at 800-741-0045






Yearbook Wanted
I would like to purchase a 1963-
64 Madison High School year-
book. Call Bonnie at 973-4592






Land Hermit Crabs and
everything you need to keep
your crabby friends happy.
Shop for them'at:
Creatures Featured Pet Shop
Madison, FL 850-973-3488
FREE
Very sweet and loving -cat
needs a loving home. She has
been a wonderful kitty to us,, but
Swe are moving and need to find
her a good home. Please call us
if you are interested. Adult
Phone calls only please. 850-
948-6993


81acjac- Ioop, )jonesife, 'neat, River
10 6raie/and, home s te, near towir
9,0- 77-th Terrace. fiv~er lot., One acre
r/S50,00o Buckhorn TO~, 5 atres, woodea
S6 9,900 A.she Way, W, 3/2
S-99,900 County Camp,, new home. .3/2
S107,000 Commercial lot, 16 %1
SJ 12,000 Country Kitchen, 4,12, AtH, gated
$1 R/ 964) mixved 14~e, 3',2, MdH, fenced
$115,000O Restfaurant. fidh equipped
S129,500 RoCky Fora, 3(11.5, Brick, I1 acre
$139,900 Mo.eley'friol, 12100 sq. ift.CturchlLodge
S142,000 Greenville, 3j2, ivork.5.top, fenced
51-Kyoo- 5224U SNouth, 3/135, brick, caorport
$149, 900 Champion iLoop, '3/2 sheds, cabin
'199,904) Honey L oke. 10 iac, pasture. woods
5199.`995 tPustvAlfiler. 2.! oc. pa.-SUre
S285.O01- 011- Wll'Send. 2?,rivierfroonf
$325.00.0 6eorginimnfrT rail, 312., 100', pona
$375,000 i90,solvoge yard, lforrd & home

All kcalX.W\' v'iLci>


FREE PUPPIES
Bassett mix puppies, tri-color
really cute! Will be medium
size dogs. Would be really
great with kids! 850-948-5482

Chocolate Lab puppies
Dad is AKC registered. Both mom
and dad on site. Shots, wormed &
ready to go home Sept 25th, $100
each. 4. males and 3 females. Pick
yours now. 850-843-0259






Large Mobile Home near Cherry
Lake $550.00 per/Mo, deposit, no
pets. References. 850-973-2353
AM only.


2 bedroom 1 bath, mobile
homes in park, 135/week, own-
er pays electric, $300 deposit,
call Erin at 850-570-0459






Rental assistance may be available.
HUD vouchers accepted. 1, 2, & 3
BR HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582, TDD/TTY 711.
315 SW Lawson Circle, Madison,
FL 32340. Equal Housing Opportu-
nity

reenville Pointe

Apartments
1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers accepted.
Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal
Housing Opportunity
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
HUD vouchers accepted Call 850-
973-3786 TTY Acs 711.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Luxury Apartments- overlooking
the Courthouse Circle in downtown
Monticello, 3BR/2BA, $1050.
Monthly, Contact Katrina Walton at
510-9512





$500 DOWN
With your land
Factory Direct Prices
No Middle Man!'
Prestige Home Center
Lake City Florida
1-800-355-9385





FOR SALE BY OWNER 1800 sq.
ft. 3 BR, 2 BA, Brick Veneer home
located on one block in Greenville,
Florida. Remodeled Kitchen with
full appliances. Cultured Marble
Whirlpool Tub and shower; Large
den w/Fire place. Tiled Patio;
20x28' detatched garage. Just two
miles to 1-10. Reason for selling
built new home. Best value in
North FL at $139,000. Phone 800-
284-1725 Day, 850-997-4456 Nite,
850-545-9292 Cell. Brokers Pro-
tected.
3 BR/2 BA Doublewide
$39,995.
Factory Direct
Prestige Home Center
352-752-7751


Wanted house with acerage
East Florida couple looking to relo-
cate. Looking for 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
small to medium size home
w/acerage, owners only please
email details to:
CRZYMCAW@aol.com


LOG HOMES
With as little as
$500. Down
Prestige Home Center
Lake City, Florida
1-800-355-9385
40 private acres in Glenwood
Forest subdivision. Beautiful
homes already built. Fantastic op-
portunity to own property with re-
strictions for all owners & family
members. Call 954-495-3841 or
gaucha l @ bellsouth.net


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3 BR/2 BA Doublewide
$39,995.
Factory Direct
Prestige Home Center
352-752-7751

$500 DOWN
With your land
Factory Direct Prices
No Middle Man! I
Prestige Home Center
Lake City Florida
1-800-355-9385
1993 1'4x70 Fleetwood Broad-
more mobile home, all electric, 2
BR, 2 bath, includes heatpump,
smooth-top range, needs minimal
TLC. Can be moved or may apply
at Quail Hollow to maintain lot
rent. $13,000 (negotiable) 567-
3428.
2004 Fleetwood mobile home 4
br 2 bath around 1500 sq ft.
must .be relocated asking
$51,500. 850.973.6276

Doublewide for Sale. 1996 Trinity
3bd/2 bth, central heat/air, white
vinyl siding, shingle roof, excellent
condition. $19,500 call 850-971-
5444






LPN or RN needed
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
LPN or RN Needed
7A 7P
With Benefits
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Contact Angela Akins or Amelia
Tompkins at 386-362-7860

Great Opportunity
RN House Supervisor
7P 7A
Great Schedule and Benefits
Suwannee Health Care Center
1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Please Contact
Amelia Tompkins/DON at
386-362-7860

Teachers Needed
Full-Time & Part-Time
Early Head Start Teachers w/ CDA
and two years experience teaching
in early childhood setting preferred,
please call Kids Incorporated at
414-9800 ext 110.
ESE Teacher
BA required, Teaching cert. in
ESE, 3 years experience preferred.

Math Teacher
BA required, teaching cert in
Math, 3 years experience
preferred.

Data Entry Operator
Knowledge of data entrt or experi-
ence in AS400 system preferred.

Greeville Hills Academy
Contacy: Jodi Savoy
at 850-948-1200
ext. 281 or
850-948-1241 (fax)

Career Opportunity
Greene Publishing, Inc. is now ac-
cepting applications for current as
well as future position openings.
Experience is preferred but we will
train the right individuals. Working
at the newspaper is fun, rewarding,
fast paced and requires a person
that is outgoing and capable of
working easily under stress and
deadlines. No two days are ever
the same. Key full time or part-
time positions include:

Reporters
Advertising Sales Associates
Layout & Design (Exp. required)

If you're a responsible adult, punc-
tual, and have a great attendance
record, please fax your resume to
Ted at 850-973-4121, email to:
2ted@greenepublishing.com or ap-
ply in person at our office on Hwy
53, just south of Madison. We wel-
come those who want to grow
with us.


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PERMANENT PART TIME
MERCHANDISERS
Driveline Retail is accepting ap-
plications for merchandisers
with prior retail experience to
service local stores. No selling.
Must be friendly and a self
starter. Hourly pay plus bonus
for performance. Please send
name, e-mail address, city, state,
sip to: ef-
baum@drivelineretail.cornm.

Drivers
2 Regional Southeast
Drivers Needed
FL, GA, AL, MS, KY TN, LA, AR
68% Drop & Hook
Excellent Pay
Sign On Bonus
Health & Dental & More!
Rider Program
CDL/A 2 Yrs. OTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176






FOOD STORE

Asst. Managers
Customer Sales Associates
Convenience store-seeking highly
motivated, energetic employees
with retail exp. for the Madison &
Greenville areas. Full time posi-
tions available. Offering a competi-
tive salary, weekly pay, paid vaca-
tions and holidays, Bonus and 401
K plan. Call Bertie District Su-
pervisor at 352-494-7550 to
arrange for interview

The Jefferson County Building
Department is seeking a part-
time/full-time Building
Inspector. Qualified applicants
must have held a Florida's State
Contractors License for 5 or more
years with no violations or a Flori-
da's State Standard Inspectors Li-
'cense. For more information on job
description please call Wallace 0.
Bullock, Building Official at 850-
342-0223 or visit the Building De-
partment at 445 W. Palmer Mill Rd,
Monticello. Open until filled.
$ AVON $
Start Today. Earn 50%
on your very first order.
Start-Up Kit Only $10..
Call ISR Dorothy,
850-973-3153

Caregiver Needed.
Around the clock personal assis-
tance needed for older female.
Must be able to help with daily ac-
tivities such as cooking, cleaning',
shopping and doctor's appoint-
ments. Several shifts available.
References and background checks
a must. Contact Kim Gordon any-
time at (850)673-7761 or (850)973-
4408 after 5:00 p.m.


RETAIL MANAGEMENT
Join Aaron's WINNING TEAM
as we GROW in Madison.
Aaron's offers paid training,
bonus, benefits for qualified
Manager Trainees. Check us
out at www.shopaarons.com
If you have retail,
restaurant or collections
background email your
resume TODAY!
21 & over, clean MVR,
drug free. Email
aaronrents@msn.com


Live Oak Gas is seeking candi-
dates for the position of service
technician. Sucessful candidates
must; have a clean driving record,
be customer and service oriented,
dedicated to a safe work environ-
ment, loyal, dependable, have a
class B CDL license with a hazmat
endorsement, experience in the L.P.
gas industry is preferred but not re-
quired. Apply in person at Live Oak
Gas 1675 SR 14 South, Madison.


GREENER
Publishing, Inc.( I3
General News/School 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, computer experience re-
quired. Must have an excellent
knowledge of English grammar and
its proper usage. Apply in person
only at the Madison County Carri-
er newspaper office, located at
1695 South SR 53.
The Jefferson County Road De-
partment is accepting applications
for a full timeTire re-
pair/Equipment PM Specialist.
Candidate must have a high school
education or equivalent, possess a
CDL-B or better, 2 5 years expe-
rience in the fields of mechanics,
heavy equipment tire repair, or
equipment preventative mainte-
nance. Duties will include greasing
equipment, fueling, field tire repair,
assisting mechanics when needed.
Candidates must submit a county
application, resume, references,
and a copy of their current driving
record from DMV. Salary range is
$9.79 to $14.68. Deadline for ap-
plications is Sept. 28, 2007. Call
850-997-2036 for further informa-
tion.
Teachers-FT- Head Start
Jasper/Live Oak (3-5 yr olds) 1
Jasper, 1 Live Oak- HS Dip/GED,
Bilingual (Span/Eng) pref., CDA re-
quired or min. 2 yr degree in Early
Childhood Education or Child De-
velopment; 5 Hour Literacy Course,
Must pass physical/DCF screenings,
First Aid/CPR prefer., Benefits-An-
nual/Sick-Holiday pay, Teacher
w/CDA $8.25hr, Teacher
.w/Qualified AS ECE-$9.45 hr
Apply in person to 843 SW Mary-
mac St. Live Oak (386-362-4944) or
mail resume to PO Box 2637, Lake
City, FL 32056-2637 (386-754-
2222) or Fax (386-754-2220) EOE


Advent Christian Village
658-5627 (JOBS) for Current Opportunities

Looking for a spirit of community / sense of belonging/ rewards ga-
lore?
Give us a call. We may be the place!

ADON / Risk Mgr / Director of Education

Seeking motivated team player with excellent people skills, attention to
detail, and desire to experience rewards never thought possible.

Long-term care environment, unrestricted Florida RN license required
Prior training / education experience; experience in LTC environment;
knowledge of LTC regs; and risk management experience strongly de-
sired.

Competitive wages & competitive benefits for FT positions (health,
dental, life, disability, supplemental insurance; 403b; paid time off; plus
access to onsite daycare and fitness facilities.

Apply in person at Personnel Office (Carter Village Hall) Monday
through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials
to (386)-5160.

EOE / Drug-Free Workplace / Criminal background checks required
www.ACVillage.net


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LE(. 1I. NOTI( E

I he Suusanniie Risr Lcunomic Counil. Inc. Buaird of Dircitor,. "ill hold a nn-lTini of
lth Board ofDul r ciiir- ion Mondai. Stcplmbcr 24. 21ili, 7:1lfl PM1. at ihti Lii: Oak
EniMUl-n ol God in Lise Oak. Florida.
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I.EG \L NOTICE
Thier -0il be a .,milri.n.irs n.-ir n liii on 5i:dnc -d:N. i plembhir 2,. 21.16 beginning ill
):in .i I iin ii 'n1IC -1renlit room at Suwannli Riser tionomic Council, Inc. .dnminis-
ratiion HBuldin.1 I171 Noblh. I rrs Road. Building n2. Lise Oak. Their meeting i
mandl.ili.r lor all conlracturs intlre-hd in doin_ ontractl ork nsith the Home Repair
Pr.ara.ini. Irwr CR F.EC. Inc. I here ill be no t.\ptplionn.
%Ill innirit or, *Iould bring proof i.l in-urancet, ILiabili .and \.\orkeri Compuiension
and.,r an E%,eplion Cardi. curr enl Ulte counts liceins. and proof of Incorporialion it
,ppliahlh:




L ,'- -LL l-1;T I-:E

SUs.innniLL Rir Econ..iiL Council. Inc. Iniends to operate the loi income Home Re-
pier Prosr.nm in .a it .mit- count% area. frani the pre~nt linii ttlo Ile end nl rhi- exising
o,niruci. lt i; ._i.licipai d oal approu\imalt: i '', ,,,1 ,:,:ill be spelun Ion home re.
p.ir iiiairial- hibefore S icpmbEr 30. 211i7. \1i rnalertal purchau-d mu-I mtil mini
mumn anmd.ird. a. publi-hed in the Federal R ;.ster. Material, aren scurcd b% Siuan-
iI Ri'ir Lc..-i.mic (Coundil. Inc. issuing a purcha-e order io participaLung lenders
ba-sd rw pricrk quoted. Ni local building material .upplicrs ho desire to do buzine.-
unh .iSsannit Rii r tEcnomic Council. Inc -hould -ibmii a nt-er ito the Eili-culist
Director. PO B)\ "11. Liis O.k. FL 3211l4. so halting. I his letter -hould be piorimarktd
n)l-nric i picibcr 221. 21NI"'. \ndi.r. ;ill be c:lcled on quali) nialerial, for lobsti
prise*.
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09/14/2007


Tim Sanders,
Clerk


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:06-369-CA

THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LAURA WILLIAMS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
LAURA WILLIAMS, IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)

RE- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Granting the Motion
to Reset Foreclosure Sale dated Sept 4, 2007 entered in Civil Case No. 06-369-CA of
the Circuit Court of the 3RD Judicial Circuit m and for MADISON County, MADI-
SON, Florida, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at THE FRONT DOOR
of the MADISON County Courthouse, 125 SW RANGE AVE, MADISON, Florida, at
11:00 a.m.
on the 4 day of Odtober, 2007 the following described property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOTS 10,11,12 AND 13, AND THE EAST HALF OF LOT 14 AND THE WEST HALF
OF LOT 15, BLOCK "B TO PLANT'S ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF MADISON,
FLORIDA, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 31, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Anvy erson claiming an interest in the surDlus from tl
Sandy. other than the property owner as of the date' of the lisa Dnc
file a claim within 60 days after the sale.


NOTICE OF INTENTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA TO CONSIDER THE
I ADOPTION OF A PROPOSED COUNTY ORDINANCE


NOTICE IS GIVEN of the intention of the Board of County Commission-
ers of Madison County, Florida, to consider the adoption of a proposed county ordi-
nance the title to which is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2007
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTION TO FASTPACK PACKAGING,
INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 3,
ARTICLE VII, FLORIDA CONSTITUTION AND SECTION 196.1995,
FLORIDA STATUTES, EXEMPTING FROM AD VALOREM TAXA-
TION SOME OR ALL OF THE ASSESSED VALUE OF ALL IM-
PROVEMENTS TO REAL PROPERTY MADE BY OR FOR THE USE
OF SUCH BUSINESS AND SOME OR ALL OF THE ASSESSED VAL-
UE OF ALL TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF SUCH BUSI-
NESS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDI-
NANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
at the meeting of the Board which will be held as follows:
DATE: October 3, 2007
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: The Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room
Room No. 107
Madison County Courthouse Annex
229 S.W. Pinckney Street
Madison, Florida 32340

The proposed ordinance may be considered by the Board at any time during the above
meeting. The proposed ordinance may be inspected by the public during regular busi-
ness hours at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Florida,
in the Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida. All interested parties may ap-
pear at the
above meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to partic-
ipate in such meeting, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain as-
sistance. Please contact Tim Sanders, Clerk of Court, at Post Office Box 237, Madison,
Florida 32341, telephone:(850) 973-1500, at least 3 working days prior to the meeting
date; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any mat-
ter considered at such meeting he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that,
for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed- q
ings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be
based.
DATED on September 7, 2007.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

BY: /s/ Tim Sanders


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S Dated this 4 day of September 2007.

Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk

Publish in: MADISON ENTERPRISE RECORDER
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons
with disabilities needing a special accommodation should contact COURT ADMINIS-
TRATION, at the MADISON County Courthouse at NONE, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(954)233-8000 06-60540(LIT)

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Rial estate


Friday, September 14, 2007


SHIP Offers Housing Assistance


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The State of Florida has a great
program to assist lower and medi-
an-income families in Florida in
obtaining quality housing.
The State Housing Initiatives
Partnership program (SHIP),
which provides funds to local gov-
ernments as an incentive to create
partnerships that produce and pre-
serve affordable homeownership
and multifamily housing. The pro-
gram was designed to serve very
low, low and moderate-income fam-
ilies in obtaining homes. The
homes must be modular or stick-
built. No mobile homes will be
considered for SHIP.
According to the State of Flori-
da: .SHIP funds are distributed on
an entitlement basis to all 67 coun-
ties and 50:Community Develop-


IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT OR HAVE
PLANS TO BUY IN THE NEXT YEAR, YOU
NEED THIS INFORMATION.
MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND AND LEARN
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GET
THE HOME YOU WANT.
Tim Dunn, Mortgage Advisor
233 NW Armadillo Trail Madison, FL 32340
850-464-4890 fax: 800-746-3908
tdunn@globemortgageamerica.com

GLOBE
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www.globemortgageamerica.com


ment Block Grant entitlement
cities in Florida. The minimum al-
location is $350,000 and the maxi-
mum allocation is over $9 million.
In order to participate, local gov-
ernments must establish a local
housing assistance program by or-
dinance; develop a local housing
assistance plan and housing incen-
tive strategy; amend land develop-
ment regulations or establish local
policies to implement the incen-
tive strategies; form partnerships
and combine resources in order to
reduce housing costs; and ensure
that rent or mortgage payments
within the targeted areas do not
exceed 30 percent of the area me-
dian income limits, unless autho-
rized by the mortgage lender.
In Madison County, the grants
range from $15,000 to $25,000. They
do not have to be repaid unless a


homeowner sells their home with-
in 10 years of the grant date and
then the repayment is pro-rated.
SHIP dollars may be used to
fund emergency repairs, new con-
struction, rehabilitation, down
payment and closing cost assis-
tance, impact fees, construction
and gap financing, mortgage buy-
downs, acquisition of property for
affordable housing, matching dol-
lars for federal housing grants and
programs, and homeownership
counseling. SHIP funds may
not be used to assist mobile homes
or manufactured housing; howev-
er, manufactured buildings with
the Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs' insignia are eligi-
ble.
According to state laws, a mini-
mum of 65 percent of the funds
must be spent on eligible home-
ownership activities; a minimum
of 75 percent of funds must be
spent on eligible construction ac-
tivities; at least 30 percent of the
funds must be reserved for very-
low income households (up to 50
percent of the area median income
or AMI); an additional 30 percent


To Be Held At:
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
108 N. Horry St., Madison, FL
September 20, 2007, at
6 P.M. until all questions are answered
This is a FREE SEMINAR.
Refreshments will be served.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Realtors, Builders and Developers
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To be held:
SEPTEMBER 22, 2007
at 9:00 a.m.
Open House:
SEPTEMBER 19, 2007
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.1
12534 Roberts Streelm
White Springs, FL J|d


DESCRIPTION: It is the right moment
to invest in this one of a kind property.
6 units on 2.19 acres in charming White
Springs, Hamilton County. Many
businesses can be made with this
Commercial neighborhood zoning.
Commercial Outlets* Bed & Breakfast
Barber Shop* Beauty Shop
S "' *'1La'0ndy or Dry Cleaner* Art Gallery
I- ..ies Gift Shops
- i Ant q-u-Store' Craft Shop


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DIRECTIONS: 1-75 North to Exit 439, head East to White Springs
on 136, turn on US 41, turn just before end of City Limits.


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To be held: SEPTEMBER 22, 2007 at 9:00 a.m.
Open House: SEPTEMBER 19, 2007 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.


DESCRIPTION: 1 acre of land mol in
White Springs, Hamilton County, FL.
Zoned for Commercial neighborhood.


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may be reserved for low income
households (up to 80 percent of
AMI); and the remaining funds
may be reserved for moderate-in-
come households (up to 120 per-
cent of AMI.). It is important to
note that no more than five per-
cent of SHIP funds may be used
for administrative expenses.
Funds are allocated to local gov-
ernments each month on a popula-
tion-based formula. These funds
are derived from the collection of
documentary stamp tax revenues,
which are deposited into the Local
Government Housing Trust Fund.
Total actual disbursements are de-
pendent upon these documentary
stamp collections.
The next SHIP classes will be
scheduled for Madison County in
February.
For a list of classes in surround-
ing counties, please call Matt
Pearson, Chief Housing counselor
for SHIP in this region at 386-362-
4115, ext. 242.
If you would like any informa-
tion on SHIP in Madison County,
please call Diann Douglas at 973-
4138.


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TRIM No ties Sent


To Property Owners,

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
SMIore than 16,000 notices have been mailed out to
Madison County taxpayers, telling them what the tax-
able value of their property and what their potential
tax bill could be.
The Truth in Millage (TRIM) statements that proper-
ty owners will receive are based on property values
from 2006.
According to Property Appraiser Leigh Barfield, if a
person agrees with the value, the person doesn't have
to do anything. If he or she disagrees, an appeal may
be made to the Value Adjustment Board.
The Florida Legislature called for a rollback, where
taxes would remain at 2006 levels. The June measure,
which goes into effect at the start of the next fiscal
year on October 1. is a tax cut and cap that requires
cities and counties to roll back their annual tax rates to
2006-07 levels, as well as mandating additional cuts. ;
However, governing bodies are permitted to override
the measure with a two-thirds super majority vote,
Madison County did not opt to use the super majori-
ty vote.
A constitutional amendment, to be decided January,'
29, 2008, would replace the current $25,000 homestead
exemption and the three percent a-year Save Our
Homes cap with a new exemption of as much as
$195,000.
If anyone has any questions or has not received
their TRIM notice, please call the Property Appraiser's
Office at 973-6133 or email them at
trim(Amadisonpa. com.


DIRECTIONS: From Live Oak,
take CR 136, cross bridge, go
straight to Suwannee Avenue
and turn right onto CR 135,
cross railroad tracks and it's
on right.


DESCRIPTION: Historic 1893 two story
home. 4 bedroom, 2 bath with 6 fire-
places on 1.4 acres. On the National
Historic Register. Original pine and
pecan flooring, one mile from
Suwannee River, great for a Bed
and Breakfast.


To be held: SEPTEMBER 22,2007 at 10:00 a.m. @ 11888 3d Street White Springs, FL
Open House: SEPTEMBER 21, 2007 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.


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DESCRIPTION: 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
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LOCATION OF HOUSE:
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Madison, FL
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IF YOU HAVE EVER WANTED TO BUY A HOME TO CALL YOUR OWN
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YOU NEED TO BE AT THIS INFORMATIVE SEMINAR!
We will cover topics such as:
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To be held: SEPTEMBER 22, 2007 at 10:00 a.m.
Open House: SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
11888 3d Street,