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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Physical Description: Newspaper
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Creator: Madison enterprise-recorder
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison, Fla.
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Publication Date: February 22, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Our 143rd Year, Number 25


Friday, February 22, 2008


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Educators Maintain Evolution Is Just A Theory


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Sunshine State Stan-
dards for Science were first de-
veloped and adopted 12 years
ago in 1996. Then in 2006, the
Florida Legislature passed leg-
islation that requires revisions
to the Sunshine State Standards
every six years.
In the round of revisions
that came before the State
Board of Education for ap-


proval on February 19, included
was the very controversial and
intensely debated issue of refer-
ring to the science of evolution
as something other than "theo-
ry," instead using language that
gave many the perception of it
being framed as "fact" or "law."
In May 2007, a committee of
31 "framers," comprised of
Kindergarten through 12th
grade science educators, includ-
ing Exceptional Student Educa-


tion (ESE) educators, communi-
ty college science faculty, uni-
versity scientists and faculty,
business leaders and private cit-
izens was assembled to help de-
cide what should be included in
the new standards.
Following the framers' feed-
back, Florida brought together
a group of 37 "writers," com-
prised of Kindergarten through
12th grade science teachers,
ESE teachers, district adminis-


trators, community college sci-
ence professors, university sci-
entists and professors of sci-
ence education, representatives
from the liberal arts, members
of the business community and
key members of the original
framers'committee, to draft the
science standards.
In the end though, oppo-
nents insisted on different lan-
guage, sending a simple mes-
sage. This message was not as


formal or official and it did not
suggest that the plethora of no-
tables who'drafted the curricu-
lum were attempting anything
other than advancing educa-
tional standards throughout the
state.
What it did suggest however
is that billions of believers
worldwide certainly constitute
a consensus declaring that sci-
ence must be grounded in
See Evolution, Page 4A


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A wreck, involving
Freightliner van hauling
liquor, occurred Thursday,
February 14, on the inter-
state in Madison County.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report,
Jerry Bryce Burchett, 34,
of Green Cove Springs,
was, traveling west on In-
terstate 10 in the outside
lane.


Around Madison County
Church -
Classifieds / Legals
Jail Report


Burchett veered to the
left in his 2007 Freightlin-
er van and traveled off
onto the north grass
shoulder.
Burchett overcorrect-
ed the steering of the
semi, causing the truck to
veer to the left. The trac-
tor-trailer overturned
onto its right side and be-
gan to slide west, facing
south on the north shoul-
der.


3 Sections. 36 Pages
5-8A I Obituaries
9A Outdoors
6-7B School / Sports
4A Viewpoints / opinions


Burchett rotated in a
clockwise direction and'
came to a final rest, par-
tially on the north shoul-
der and in the outside
westbound lane, facing in
a northern direction.
Burchett received mi-
nor injuries in the crash.
He was charged with care-
less driving.
FHP Trooper Michael
Fillyaw was the investi-
gating officer.


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Madison County Views Lunar Eclipse'
Madison County residents, along with others, viewed a beautiful lunar
eclipse on Wednesday evening, February 20. This eclipse photo was taken
by Magaly Rosalio, an astronomy student at North Florida Community Col-
lege. The photo was taken using her digital camera, while hooked up to the
eyepiece of the NFCC telescope.


Miss Essence Pageant Set For Saturday


Photo Submitted
The Miss Essence of Madison County pageant contestants are shown left to right:
Kel'Shonda Baggs, Crystal Ford, Jakira Moore, Pashon Graham and RaShuaritdh
Jackson.
The Miss Essence campus of North Florida young girls between thk
Pageant of Madison Community College. ages of 12-15 years old,:fo2
County, is scheduled to be This year, the pageant compete at the same tinrie
held on Sunday, February committee has expanded as the Miss Contestants::
24, at 3 p.m., at the Van H. the pageant by adding a See Miss Essence, -'-
Priest Auditorium on the Jr. Miss division for Page 4A


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Band Holding Fundraiser
The Madison County house. ter).
Iigh School Band is hav- The $5 meal will con- The Band Boosters can;
ng a chili dog fundraiser sist of a chili dog, chips, deliver locally to you if -
n February 22 from 11-6 dessert and a drink there are six or more meals
).m. at the Madison Court- (canned soda or bottled wa- ordered at the same place.


"Copyrighted Material
Syndicated Content
Available from Commercial News Providers"


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Madison, Florida


North Florida Livestock Show


Grand Champion Swine
Seth Richardson, left, won the award for having the Grand Champion
SWine on Monday evening, February 18. Paige Peavy, standing next to Seth,
with her son, Lane, and niece, Nicole Blair, presented the award to Seth.


Photo submitted by Shannon Webb


Grand Champion Steer
Jacob Moore, left, won the award for.having the Grand Champion Steer on
Wednesday evening, February 20. Paige Peavy, right and her niece, Nicole
Blair, presented the award to Jacob.




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2A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Americans are at an all-time low when it comes to sav-
ing money As a whole, Americans spent 1 percent more
than they earned last year. According to the Commerce
Department, this savings rate is the lowest since the Great
Depression.
This has not always been the case. In 1984, the na-
tional savings rate was more than 10 percent. Today, most
Americans don't have enough savings for an emergency
fund (which should amount to three to six months of ex-
penses in easily-accessible accounts), much less for retire-
ment or other long-term savings goals.
Starting next week, February 24 March 2, 2008, is
designated as America Saves Week.
America Saves is a national campaign to encourage
individuals, especially low and moderate-income house-
holds, to save money, reduce debt and build wealth.
America Saves is a National Extension campaign that
encourages individuals to save a certain amount each
month toward a specific goal to buy a home or a car or to
build an emergency fund or save for retirement. Individ-
uals" can sign up to join America Saves on its website,
w .americasaves.org. In doing so, you get a subscription
to 'the quarterly newsletter.
-One major step Americans can take is to work on
building an emergency fund. It can be the key to keeping
you -afloat when unexpected repairs and expenses come
up. Rather than use a credit card to pay for that unexpect-
ed car repair or the broken window, you take it out of your
emergency fund and don't add to your debt load. Exten-
sion- Financial Management Specialists suggest house-
holds maintain a savings of $500.00 to $1,000.00 for a good
cushion when emergencies arise.
How do you find money to save when you think there
isn't enough to pay the bills? Involve the whole family by
explaining the importance of emergency savings, then
everyone can help build the account. Save the change in
your pocket at the end of every day Take your lunch to
work and bank the money) you would spend eating out,
For more ideas, visit the America Saves website and find
dozens of suggestions for saving money Just remember
to bank what you save; if you keep it in your wallet you
will only spend it on something else.
For more information on managing money, contact
the Madison County Extension Service at 973-4138.


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Oicmpoints & Opinions


I am hoping and I
praying that the weath- 1
erman's forecast for
this weekend is wrong.
He's predicting thunder-
storms for Saturday
evening.
I don't like thunder-
storms, but I love rain.
Thunderstorms have a ten-
dency to disrupt things. I
am not as fearful of thun-
derstorms as others, but it
does throw some into a
tizzy. Some people freak
out every time it rains. We
need the rain, but we don't
need the storms.
One of the main rea-
sons that I don't want
thunderstorms Saturday
night is because of a con-
cert scheduled at Midway
Church of God. The con-
cert will feature something
for all ages if they get out
and go.
The Jeff Treece Band
has appeared on the Grand
Ole Opry That should'
bring out the country mu-
sic fans who hold the Opry
sacred. It should also im-
press some of the older
gospel music fans who
know that such people as
the Hap&iy Goodmans, the
Gaithers, the Blackwood
Brothers and Naomi and
the Segos have appeared at
the Opry
The band has received
recognition for their song
"Angels Watching" from
the Marine Moms, who
chose the song as their
theme. This should appeal
to the patriotic who sup-


Friday, February 22, 2007


Hope The Weatherman Is Wrong have earnThed ef
Treece the nickname,
"The Ray Stevens of
.. -' ./ Gospel Music."
0 ar bnh's Ia If anyone enjoys good
IaSb U : clean gospel music or just
Jacob Bernmbr wants an evening of good
clean, family fun, come to
S. C0UlU t Midway Church of God on
Saturday evening, Febru-
ary 23, at 7 p.m. for that
fun.


port our military
Teens and those
younger should enjoy the
humor that Jeff and the


boys bring to the stage.
They sing songs like
"Sneakin' Deacon," "Jesus
in the Drywall" and "Road


In the meantime, I
won't worry about thun-
derstorms and neither
should you.


Surplus Property Sale

The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida
announces the sale of surplus property. The sale will be by closed bid.


Friday, February 29, 2008
Saturday, March 1, 2008


When:

Where:


1:00pm 6:00pm
9:00am 12:00pm


Old Madison House Building 2nd floor
(park in Food Bank / UMC Thrift Shop area
and walk to Ambulance Bay area to enter for sale)
DO NOT PARK IN AMBULANCE BAY AREAS
901 SW Pinckney Street
Madison, FL


Surplus items include chairs, desks, computers, cabinets, sheriff dept. misc.
equipment, exercise equipment, miscellaneous office equipment and
numerous other items. Notification of bid award will be by telephone on
Monday, March 3rd. Successful bidders must remove sale items on Friday,
March 7th between 2pm and 6pm. All necessary bid forms will be supplied
on day of sale at location. For more information, contact Tim Sanders or
Donna Blair of the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office at (850)-973-1500. The
Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Concern For Madison County Youth


The following was
written in 1995 but never
was published because I
thought I was asking for
too much. At that time, my
three boys were 16, 14 and
11, and we had only lived
here for five years. Now,
we have lived here for 17
years and I still feel that
the needs I was crying out
to fill are still present.
Only there are probably a
whole new group of par-
ents today that feel the
same way that I did then.
My boys have since
grown up and survived the
lack of concern for Madi-
son County youth. My
boys have all since then
had children of their own.
Granted, they are all still
pre-school age, but my
boys know that their chil-
dren will someday face the
same problems as they
did. I have read about,
heard about and witnessed
Madison County's youth
still getting into trouble,
accidents, drugs, alcohol
and other mayhem all the
time.
I'm thankful that my
children are out of that
dark age, but I am already
worried, about my grand-
children and what their fu-
ture holds.
This was my original
plea for help and a ques-
tionnaire for the youth to
fill out and send to me. If
anyone wishes to fill out
'the, questionnaire and
mail it to me, I will be glad
to get the information to
the right people. Following
is the original letter I
wrote for the newspaper in
1995: .

Parent'a Concern for
Madison County Youth

Like many other par-
ents in Madison County, I
have teenagers that have
nothing to do on weekends.
I 'didn't grow up in this
area, so I have no idea
what parents my age did
for excitement when they
were teenagers in Madison
County. Therefore, I don't
know what my children
will be doing over the next
five to 10 years of their lives
here in Madison County.
I've heard rumors of a
few areas which attract our
young people, besides the
obvious, which are various
parking lots along the
Madison strip.
Like I said, I didn't
grow up here, but where I
grew up, there were places
to: "hang out" as the kids
say here. These establish-
ments were called "The
Cave," "The Pool Room,"
and others like the
YM.C.A, the local bowling
alley, roller skating rinks,
even movie theaters. There
were pool tables, ping-pong
tables, air hockey, video
games, basketball hoops,
Sloud music and supervi-
sion. There was no alcohol,
drugs or smoking allowed.
There was also a snack bar
available or munchies and
soda. No cover charge, but
everything else cost a quar-
ter or fifty cents. This was a
great getaway for
teenagers and probably a
lot less worry for our par-
ents just knowing where
they were. There are still
places like these in other
areas but not in Madison.
Why? I'm not sure if places
like these existed in Madi-
son and failed in the past;
'" I'll have to research this.
But I see this as a good


idea, but there has to be full
support of the county and
parents for it to happen.
I may be dreaming or
talking off the top of my
head, thinking I've got all
the answers, but I realize I


iYOU16 Know lVA

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Sheree Miller
S. Columnist I


don't. If so, then help by
proving to me that this will
never work. I would like to
see it tried. I haven't got the
money or the space avail-
able to me, but someone out
there might. I do know that
there are a few places in
this county that could be
utilized to serve this pur-
pose. This is a dream that
could easily become a reali-
ty if the right people care.
I guess it sounds like
I'm asking someone else to
take care of my problem. In
a wayl am. But it's notjust
my problem. It's a problem
that I'm sure other parents
are facing or will someday
soon face, or have faced in
the past, and seen their
child into alcohol, drugs,
jail, an accident or worse
due to the simple fact that
no one cared enough about
the youth to do something
to change it.
It's real difficult know-
ing your children are out
there driving at night to
Valdosta or Live Oak or on
some dirt road in the mid-
dle of the woods. Or in a
ditch, or up against a tree
because there is no safe
place locally where they
can find the same excite-
ment and independence,
where you at least know
where they are. I would
rather give my son $10.00 to
spend shooting-.pool wi~d
his friends at night, than
give him $10.00 for gas to
go out driving nowhere,
looking for trouble all
night.
I realize this is a whole
new generation of children
we are talking about today
than they were in the 70 's.
but a lot of it is the same.
We won't be able to stop all
the fights, drug and alco-
hol abuse, teenage sex, or
other problems the
teenagers are facing today.
But, it might help if they see
that someone cares about
what they 're doing by not
allowing it. Maybe they'll
realize they can find a nat-
ural high just being with
their friends, laughing,
playing games and having


fun in a safe environment
Some may think I wor-
ry too much, but I still do.
Are there any other parents
out there that feel the same
way I do? Let me know if
you are concerned about
Madison's youth. Thank
you for taking the time to
read this. My phone num-
ber is (850) 929-2487.

Concerned Parent,
Sheree Miller

Granted, I now under-
stand that there are school
sports programs and vari-
ous organized ball teams,
4-H programs. Boy or Girl
Scout programs and
church youth programs.
Unfortunately, there is
still a large amount of the
school-teenage population
that doesn't have the same
common interests covered
in those programs and are
left to wander aimlessly
during after-school and
evening hours. This is
where the problem lies
and trouble is just looking
for a place to happen.
My three boys fell into
the "non-sports" category
My husband Kevin and I
compensated for that by
getting involved in 4-H and
church youth programs.
At times, we felt that if we
didn't, stand up and do,
it,that neoene else was,
standing in line behind us
waiting to take over the
jobs. I guess it was a time
in our lives that allowed us
to be a part of what our
children were interested
and involved in, so we did
it almost as if we needed
to do it. We have no com-
plaints and feel proud that
we did everything in our
power to help our own and
other children to get
through that delicate stage
of their lives. I'm sure
plenty of other parents
then and now are feeling
or felt the pressure of try-
ing to do it all in the inter-
est of their growing chil-
dren. To us, it was worth
it.
Young parents today


Questionnaire

If there was a place centrally located
where school-age children, specifically tee
hang out after school hours, on weekend
tions, available to you
Would you use it? Yes or No

A place that had an outside basketball I
bles, video games, music, dance floor, snac
pervision. It would be warm in the winter
mer. There would be no drugs, alcohol, or
the building.
Would you use it? Yes or No

Compare this to the parking lots or ba
are currently looking for excitement. If yo
be a worthwhile project in Madison Coui
time to fill out this form and send it to me
please add what would attract you to this e


Please check your interests:
basketball video games
-.music __karaoke
others (please list)


---po
__danc


Are you a
male or ___female
__under 16 or_ over 16


Mail to: Sheree Miller 1475 N.E. CR. 150 :


are faced with the same T
dilemma, so everyone T .a
must put forth an effort to t
make Madison County a .
safer, more suitable place '
for the youth. I, for one,
can say that one person, A Pituresque Cit
parent, or small group ofA dLq C t
volunteers can not do it
alone. When my body t Im
started telling me to slow U age
down, because I was
spread too thin I slowly Once upon a time and very, very long ago there
weaned myself out of the lived a little girl who loved the printed word. However,
volunteer stage I was in. her family was poor They existed on a sharecropper's
More help from volun- wages and very little reading material ever found its
teers is always needed, so way into their home, but this little girl was quiet aind lis-
that the burden can be tened a lot. This quality, along with what she read and
shared by everyone to was taught at school, formed her opinion of a big city -
come Up with the same that it was picturesque, quaint and all other adjectives
positive results. that meant it was unlike any other city in the world;
In this day and age, This was, in the 1920's, a unique time itself. Fast forward
there are more families to the 1960's, when after twenty years of a peaceful and
with both parents working happy marriage and now the mother of eight children, I
to make ends meet, and found myself divorced and remarried.
nine out often of these are One day, my husband came home from work and an-
the soccer moms, conces- nounced, "We're moving to New Orleans!" His employer,
sion stand workers, .team who had an automotive transmission business, was.
leaders, PTA members, moving it back home. So, I with my two girls still at
and volunteers that help to home, left with their father until we got settled, we.
make the programs work packed my old straight 8 special Buick (that was a great
that do exist. There are and reliable car) until there was barely room for my,-
also a lot of families that nephew, Lee Tuten, to sit in the back and set out for New
don't have two jobs, and Orleans.
some who have none, who I, who had never been farther west than Tallahassee.
have more time to give to nor north than Macon, Ga., except in books, would soon,.
the youth and attend im- look-upon a city the existence of which a mental picture-
portant group and council had long been imprinted on my .bai. As we ph9sed.
meetings. If these pro- through Pensacola, there was, of course, all the activity.-
grams and ideas can help associated with a large naval base protecting Florida's
children from all types of Panhandle coast on the gulf. Next were endless miles obf
families, then all parents woodlands along the southern end of Alabama. Sudden--
should put forth an effort ly, on entering Mississippi, we found ourselves in one al-
to change the lives of all most endless seacoast settlement which seemed to be
children and teenagers in part of one big city until we noticed the town limit signs
Madison County as one town's western borders became the next town's
Cheryl Archambault eastern ones.
and some other folks in And then on both sides of us were the bayous of
Madison County have no- Louisiana. One could imagine them mysteriously night
ticed the need for safe shrouded in mist and almost sense those fleeting
places for the youth to go. figures of fiction moving among the cypress and we
Cheryl, the Lee Town were entering the outskirts of New Orleans. We had
council members and the | only .fopped& the entire t4i for gs, r .oois, snacks'
Madison County Developj and hnkaadiWat one lun. we.pulled up to the_.trans-
ment Council seem to be mission shop on Wate Street where we were to get mon-
starting to. get the ball ey for rent and groceries from Dee's employer. The6-rip
rolling for more organized had been long and we were tired but that man made us
programs and an area de- wait almost two hours.
signed just for these needs When we finally left, we luckily found a two-room
to be filled. They are open apartment on Esplanade Avenue in a huge old home
for your suggestions, help, which had been converted into apartments. Our landla-
and monetary donations dy was a married 17 year old with two children who
that will help them meet spoke a heavily accented type of English which I natu-
their goals. Maybe that's rally assumed to be Cajun. Those two rooms, lights and
all this county needs to heat furnished, cost $12.50 a week and had ceilings 18
make Madison County an feet high and was furnished mostly in antiques the ar-
even better 'place to live moire was ten feet tall.
and raise your children. By this time, I had seen enough of the city to know
So, come on and jump on that it was going to live up to my mental image blit we
the bandwagon and make were,all exhausted and so, following dinner and baths
a difference you can be we fell into those comfortable beds' for a much needed
proud of being a part of. rest. The men had to be at work early the next morning
Call me anytime at as well as almost every day we were there, so I had each
(850) 929-2487 and let me day with almost nothing to do except ride the bus, which
know that you care. stopped in front of the apartment and take in the
See You Next Week!! uniqueness of New Orleans. My memory of the bus fare
was that it was either a dime and a transfer was a nick-
el or vice versa but it was very cheap. So I could ride all
day if I-wanted for 15 cents! The only thing the men
e* could do after a long days work was to take me on rides
* late in the evening. That is when we drove down Bour-
bon Street and through the French Quarter. Also we
in Madison County, stood at the pier and watched the River Queen set sail on
an evening cruise for dinner and dancing. That was
nagers, could go to beautiful the lights of the ship dancing on th6'"Old
s, and during vaca- Muddy' and the band playing. Just looking across the
wide expanse of the Mississippi itself was a sight to re-
member as was Lake Ponchartrain we didn't ever go
across that bridge. I think I would have felt about the
d p size of an ant if I'd been on it in the middle of the lake!
hoop, inside pool ta- We did not move to New Orleans. We were only there
:k bar, and adult su- two weeks when that fickle boss decided he wanted to go
and cool in the sum- back to Jacksonville. A cobbler where I had a shoe re-
smoking allowed in paired told me that I was lucky to be leaving the week be-
fore Mardi Gras 'because many bad things happen peo-
ple get knocked in the head and everything'. And that
was in the sixties I wonder what happens now! ,
And so we left mny "City of Memories" and I would
ck roads where you not want to go back now not since Katrina. But two
u believe this would things I remember besides the ones I've written about
nty. Please take the are the young landlady (who was also lovely) and the
beauty of Esplanade Avenue which was split down the
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Evolution


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religion and that God need not show up in person to
"prove" it.
Ultimately, the language that was originally proposed
was amended to the "theory" reference only days prior to
the vote. Opponents would likely have been much more
vocal earlier but due to the broad manner in which public
feedback was advertised, many were unaware until arti-
cles began to surface. In fact, following this newspaper's
article of January 18 reporting the Madison School Dis-
trict's opposition to the original language, blogs began to
arise challenging the story, often using language like "un-
enlightened" and "backwards." The phone brigade then
took the march to the next level.


Miss Essence


Oliver Bradley, who is the pageant director, said that
the Jr. Miss division was added because so many younger
girls were wanting to enter the pageant, but the age limit
was a barrier. "We responded to the request, and the re-
sponse has been tremendous," he said. Bradley, also stat-
ed that by adding the Jr. Miss division helps prepare the
younger girls for the Miss Competition.
The purpose of the pageant is to encourage young
ladies, to continue their education at an institution of
higher learning by offering educational scholarships to
the winners. The young ladies also serve as role models for
younger girls, in our community
The pageant previous winners, include Miss Ashley
Parrish, who is currently enrolled at the University of Mi-
ami, and is a member of the Varsity Cheerleading Team;
Miss Shamara Gibson, is a student at Florida State Uni-



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Do you believe that we can not let crime win? *
Are you willing to give your time and get involved in
fundraising to help fight crime?
Are you a team player with leadership skills?
Big Bend Crime Stoppers, Inc. needs you!
We are looking for citizens to serve on our
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Contact Executive Director Allen Stucks
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The final scorecard: State Board of Education votes 4-
3 to accept the language that maintains evolution as a
"theory"
This is not the first, or likely the last, instance where
science versus religion will occur and it isn't limited to an
educational forum. As far back as 1941, during a confer-
ence titled, Science, Philosophy and Religion: a Sympo-
sium, Albert Einstein, perhaps modern civilization's most
noted scientist, stated, "Science without religion is lame;
religion without science is blind."
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


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versity, after earning her AA degree from North Florida
Community College; and last year's winner, Miss Shara
McNair, is currently enrolled at NFCC. Shara will also per-
form at this year's pageant and crown the winners. The
contestants for this year's pageant are: (Jr. Miss Division),
Tynesha Arnold, Alexis Hamilton, Tyresha Hill,; Kenne-
tria McQuay, Kortnie Page, Romane' Morris, and Don-
Quella Christian, The Miss Essence Contestants are:
Kei'Shonda Baggs, Rashauntah Jackson, Crystal Ford,
Pashon Graham, and Jekira Moore. The Theme for the
pageant is "The Colors of Life."
Edna Haynes Turner and Jerome Wyche will serve as
Emcees for the pageant, which is called "The Event of the
Year" because of the excitement it generates throughout
the community Mt Zion AME Church Choir, under the di-
rection of Dr. Carolyn Ray, will offer special musical se-
lections.
The contestants will be judged on their introduction,
talent, evening-wear, and an impromptu question..The
pageant is being sponsored by Morhingstar Baptist
Church, WMAF Radio Station, in conjuction with North
Florida Community College. Bradley stated, "The pageant
committee would like to thank everyone in our communi-
ty for their support, in order for the pageant to be such a
success over the last three years."
Tickets can be purchased from any of the contestants,
the Optional Two Beauty Salon, in downtown Madison, or
pay at the door on the day of the show. Everyone is invited
out and support our lovely young ladies.


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Myra L. Simmons Failure to appear (arraign-
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Larry Martin Writ of bodily attachment
Renee Cantrell Brown Out of county warrant
Jamie Denise Williams Improper tag, attaching,
a tag not assigned, driving while license suspended
(habitual offender)
Michael Wayne Lingerfelt Failure to appear
(three counts)
Alfred Alexander Kyle Allowing an unautho-
rized person to drive
James Earl Oliver Failure to appear (arraign-
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Kenny Roger Pryor Criminal registration
2/15/08
William Huggins Driving while license sus-
pended, revoked or cancelled
Henry Lee Jeffery, Jr. Reckless driving
Jerry Watson Writ of bodily attachment
Eddie James Hall DUI
Willie Rodger McFarland, Sr. Driving while li-
cense suspended, revoked or cancelled
Dexter Bernard Dobson Domestic violence (as-
sault)
2/17/08
Charlene Denise Sharp Driving while suspend-
ed, revoked or cancelled
Shelette Marqueetio Simmons Disorderly con-
duct
Ernest Lee Wooten Violation of drivers license
restriction
2/18/08
Jihad Akhiel Rasuwl Criminal registration
Kevin Lamont Aikens Criminal registration
James Harold Prince Criminal registration
Gaylord O'Mally Reed Criminal registration
Eric Juan Acevedo Driving while license sus-
pended, revoked or cancelled
2/19/08
Jackie Donelle McQuay Aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, fleeing or
attempting to elude, resisting an officer with violence
Tommy Lee Turner Criminal registration
Byron Keith Irvine Criminal registration
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Lucille Andrews Henry Moore Rufus Ivory


Cruce
Mrs. Lucille An-
drews Cruce, age 89, died
Monday, February 19, 2008,
in Madison.
Funeral services will
be held at 11 a.m. on Fri-
day, February 22, at Beggs
Funeral Home in Madison.
Interment will follow at
the Evergreen, Cemetery in
Greenville.
The family will receive
friends Thursday, Febru-
ary 21, from 6-8 p.m. at Beg-
gs Funeral Home.
Mrs. Cruce was a life-
long resident of Madison
County She was a home-
'maker and a member of
Moseley Hall Baptist
Church in Greenville.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Samuel Andrews and
Flaud Campbell Andrews.
She is survived by one
son, Dennett Cruce, and
his wife, Nita, of Madison;
two grandchildren; and
four great-grandchildren.
Beggs Funeral Home
in Madison is in charge of
all arrangements.


John Cleveland

"Johnny"

Williams


John Cleveland
"Johnny" Williams, age
'64, died Saturday, Febru-
cary 16, 2008, in Ashville,
N.C. after a sudden illness.
Visitation for Mr.
Williams will be Friday,
February 22, from 1:30-2:30
p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home in Madison.
Graveside services will
.be at 3 p.m. following the
-visitation at i.,ierry Lake
Baptist Cemetery in Cher-
kry Lake.
* Mr. Williams was born
in Valdosta, Ga., and spent
'his early years in Cherry
Lake, and graduated with
.;A Masters Degree from Val-
.dosta State College. He was
a Baptist and also served
' in the United States Army
He is survived by his
wife. Bonnie M. Williams
of Smyrna, Ga.; one
daughter; Stacy Mallard of
,St. Louis, M.O.; and two
grandchildren .
He was predeceased by
,one brother, Norwood
Williams; and one sister,
Eloise W Barrs.


Henry Moore, age 64, of Greenville, went home to
be with the Lord on Tuesday, February 19, 2008, while a
patient at South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta,
Ga.
Funeral services for Mr. Moore will be held on Sat-
urday, February 23, at 1 p.m. at New Canaan Missionary
Baptist Church in Greenville with his pastor, Rev. James
Williams, officiating. Burial with full military honors
will follow at Concord Cemetery in the Lovett Commu-
nity of Greenville.'
A native and lifelong resident of Madisqa County,
Mr. Moore was an ordained deacon at New Canaan Mis-
sionary Baptist Church. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of
the Vietnam era and a retired E-7 in the Florida Nation-
al Guard where he served for more than 35 years. He was
employed as a heavy equipment operator for Gilman Pa-
per Company in Madison for 29-and-a-half years and one
year for the public works department. Deacon Moore
also was an accomplished mechanic and could fix al-
most anything.
Honoring his legacy, love and memory are his devot-
ed and loving wife, Janie Cummings Moore of
Greenville; caring daughters, Sharon M. (Thurston)
Bradley of Madison, Kimberly Moore of Tallahassee,
Melissa M. (Travis) Nolley of Valdosta, Ga.; sisters,
Mamie Edwards of Miami, Alice Robinson of Alta-
monte Springs, Emma Scott and Ida (Sylvester) Pryor,
both of Orlando; brothers, Ervin (Queen) Moore of Cler-
mont, J.C. Moore and Edward (Lillie) Moore of Madison,
and Lucious (Derry) Moore and Abraham (Eddiereth)
Moore, both of Orlando; along with a host of nieces,
nephews, other relatives and friends.
Deacon Moore's parents, Irving and Ada Tillman
Moore, proceeded him in death.

Eugene "Red" Givens
Eugene "Red" Givens, 71, of Madison, Florida
passed away Wednesday, February 13, 2008 at Lake Park
Nursing Facility Funeral services will be held Saturday,
February 23, 2008, 1:00 p.m.. at New Mt. Zion Missionary
Baptist Church. Burial will follow at Oakridge Ceme-
tery in Madison. Visitation will be Friday, February 22,
2008 from 3:30 p.m.---5:00 p.m. at Cooks & Cooper Funer-
al Home in Madison.
Eugene Givens was born on July 14, 1939 to the,
proud parents of Lugene and Vurneva Givens. He at-
tended fhe public schools in Greenville, Florida.
He was joined in Holy Matrimony to Charlie Mae"
Stallworth on January 4, 1970. He became acquainted
with Jesus at an early age and joined New Mt. Zion Mis-
sionary Baptist Church. There he worked faithfully as a
member of the finance committee until his illness.
He is survived by his wife, Charlie Mae Givens;
daughters: Susan Thompson, Elaine Givens, Voncile
Brasby, Voncycle Wilson and husband Limmie; sons:
Gene Givens and wife Barbara, Julian Givens and wife
Mary and Jason Givens; one foster son: Anthony Tum-
bling; one brother: Willie Givens and wife Doris; one sis-
ter: Ella Tillman and husband Willie; two sisters-in-law:
Dorothy Coffee and Eula B. Givens; one aunt: Minister
Rosa M. James; mother-in-law: Lucile Stallworth; twen-
ty-one grandchildren, twenty-two great grandchildren
and a host of sorrowving nieces, nephews and friends.
Preceding, "Red" in death: two sons: Jonny Givens and
Lovett Brasby; one daughter: Lisa A. Givens.
Cooks & Cooper Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.


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February 22
"Girlfriend to Girl-.
friend: Lovin' Ugly Betty"
Women's night out will be
held February 22, from 6-
9 p.m. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Sylvia Tomberlin.
Special guests for the
evening will be Cooshie
Mae Dangalanger. Child-
care not available.
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ry 22 from 9:00 a.m. until
2:30.p.m. This event will
be held at the Madison
Senior Center.
February 22
Holy Mother of God
Greek Orthodox Church
will be having their an-
nual Greek chicken din-
ner to benefit the Philop-
tochos Society (Friend of
the Poor) on Friday, Feb-
ruary 22, from 4-8:30 p.m.
For; more information,
please call (850) 878-0747.
The cost is $12 per plate.
February 22
Dan Schall will be in
concert on Friday, Febru-
ary 22, at 6 p.m. at the
Hanson United
Methodist Church. Ad-
mission is free, but a love
offering will be received
during the concert. Re-
freshments will be
served after the pro-
gram.


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February 21, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
Cowart. Mrs. Mary Ann
Baumgarten and Mary
Frances Baumgarten
were hosts at a family
dinner at noon Tuesday
honoring Mrs. Cowart's
mother. Mrs. J.A. Bur-
nett, of Quitman, Ga.,
on the occasion of her
78th birthday The hon-
oree received many
beautiful and useful
gifts.
Mrs. W.T. Hollings-
worth spent the week-.
end in St. Petersburg
with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Tomlinson, and
children.
Miss Mary Alice De-
Loach of Valdosta, Ga..
was the weekend guest
of Miss June Ragans.
February 23, 1968
Miss Carol Burnett
and Sammy A. Hutto
were married October
29 in Cairo, Ga. Carol is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Burnett.
Sammy is the son of
Mrs. Belle Hutto and the
late Mr. Alcus Hutto, all
of Greenville. The cou-
ple are making their
home in Greenville.


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Rufus Ivory, 67 of Miami passed away February 15,
2008. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February
23, 2008, 12:00 noon:, at Pineland Missionary Baptist
Church, Madison. Burial will follow at Low Antioch
AME Church Cemetery, Lee. Visitations will be Friday,
February 22, 2008 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at Cooks & Coop-
er Funeral Home in Madison.
Born on April 26, 1940 in Madison, to Gordon Ivory'
Sr. and Estella Grimmage. He attended Madison County
Training School and later moved to Miami, in 1962 with
his wife, Betty Ivory Rufus was a father figure to many,
a helping hand to his neighbors, a shoulder for his fam-r
ily and a solid rock to his wife. He sowed a lot of seeds
that fell on good ground.
Rufus was a retired police officer for the City of Opa
Locka and Miami Dade County with over forty years of
service.. In a tribute, Rufus Road was named after him
for his service and dedication. During his service to his
employers and his community, Rufus received several
proclamation and service awards from the Blue Angels.
He was also an active member of the North County As-
sociation and the North County Home Owners Associa-
tion.
He is survived by his wife of forty-eight years, Betty
Ivory of Miami; children: Wendy McClain and husband
Antonio of Apopka; Cindy Smith and husband Tyrone,
Alton Ivory Sr. and wife Veronica, and Abe Ivory Sr. all
of Miami; grandchildren: Anshae Ivory and Shareece
McClain of Apopka; Alton Ivory Jr.; Ashley Ivory Abe
Ivory Jr., Alston Rufus Ivory of Miami; stepmother:
Hattie Mae Ivory ,of Madison; sisters: Caldene Lockett
and husband James; Gwen Brinson and husband Joe,
brothers: Gordon Ivory Jr., Donnie Ivory and wife Bur-
nell; longtime brothers: Curtis Johnson and Arthur
Grimmage; sister-in-law: Shirley, Yvonne, Mary, Debbie,
Tina, Lynn, Sheila, Lori and JennoVon; brothers-in-law:
Curtis, David, Starling, Shelton Earnie and Walter; lov-
ing Godchildren: Monica Alexander and Calvin Feeny
and a host of loving nieces, nephews and sorrowing
friends.
Preceding Rufus in death: his parents; brothers: Ear-
ly Johnson and Samuel Johnson; brother-in-law: Fred
Johnson; sisters: Lila Mae Bellamy, Maude Lee Barfield,
Anna Mae Ghent, Bessie Mae Williams and Bertha Mae
Alexander.
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Friday, February 22, 2008


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Madison County's own
"Little Miss Lee 2007" Dal-
las Walker, daughter of
Bill and Connie Walker,
was sponsored by the
Madison Eye Center
to participate in the North
Florida Fair Pageant on
Nov. 10, 2007.
Although it was only
her third pageant, she-
placed as First Runner up
in her age division, and
was awarded "Prettiest
Smile" and "Prettiest
Dress." Dallas also raised

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Florida Fair Scholarship
program and was crowned
an NFF Sweetheart.
The family thanks the
friends and family who
donated toward the NFF
scholarship program and
helped her reach her
goal.
"I didn't need to win
to have a great time,"
said Dallas after the
pageant was over.
Madison County is
very proud of Dallas for
her great sportsmanship
and grace.

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spoke about her experiences in seven European coun-
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relationships between U.S. citizens and citizens of other
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


Food


Chec


Out


Day 2008


The Madison County Farm Bureau participated in
the Annual Food Check Out Day Celebration at the Talla-
hassee Ronald McDonald House this week. Madison and
surrounding County Farm Bureaus donated over $1,000
in fresh, Florida Produced food, which included poultry,
beef and pork products. Also, the Ronald McDonald
House received over $200 in gift certificates to be used to
purchase dairy products during the year.
Bob and Beanie Searcy, Ginnie Paaralberg, and Bub-
ba Greene attended the Celebration and also assisted
with preparing a noon luncheon for Board Members of
the Ronald McDonald House. Also present were Legisla-
tive Aides from Senator Bill Nelson and Congressman
Allen Boyd. Rep. Will Kendrick also attended, along with
his entire staff in Tallahassee.
Food Check Out Day is an annual event, denoting the
number of days it takes the average American Family to
work in order to earn enough money to purchase there
entire year's groceries for their family According to
USDA, it takes about 35 days to earn enough money to
pay this food bill. In relation to Tax Freedom Day, which
is held in mid-May food is definitely a bargain in Ameri-
ca.
Farm Bureau Women have been sponsoring this an-
nual event for the past several years, and have donated al-
most $10,000 in Florida Produced Food to the charity over
this time span. Ronald McDonald House is a great Chari-
ty that does a great job for our community Families from
surrounding counties also have the option to stay at the
facility when children are in local Tallahassee Hospitals.


Lee Post Office Welcomes

New Employee
Postmaster Mary Santeifeit is happy to wel-
come a new employee, Rob Harrell, at the post of
fice in Lee.
Harrell is from Live Oak and is training to be
the assistant carrier for Rural Route 2. The regu-
lar carrier for Route 2 is Marc Webb of Lee.
The post office gang celebrated and honored
Eddie Hale. who just completed 33 years with the
Lee Post Office.
Hale is the carrier for Rural Route 1.
Hale was commended for his many years of
dedication to the post office and all his patrons. A
big congratulations from all the Lee Post Office
employees is extended to him.


The Madison
County Farm Bu-
reau participated
in Food Check Out
Day 2008 at the
Tallahassee
Ronald McDonald
House. Pictured
left to right: Geral-
dine Wright, Leon
County Women's
Committee; Kathy
Anderson, Execu-
tive Director for
Ronald McDonald
House in Tallahas-
see; Traci Fulford,
Jefferson County
Women's Commit-
tee; Kelly Lyons,
Lafayette County
Women's Commit-
tee; Chris Lyons,
Lafayette County
Young Farmer and
Rancher Commit-
tee; Tammy Guinn, -
House Manager for
Tallahassee
Ronald McDonald
House; and -
Stephen Fulford,
Jefferson County
Young Farmer and
Rancher Commit-
tee.


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cook are.
some of the
Madison
Farm Bu-
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Peopl
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Bob
Searcy,
Bubba
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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Joseph Agostini, the
embattled CEO of the Cap-
ital Area Chapter of the
American Red Cross, the
chapter that serves Madi-
son County, has left the
agency, but board mem-
bers are not saying
whether he was fired or he
resigned. Board Chair-
man, Jerry Osteryoung
saidI that Agostini is "no
longer affiliated" with the
Red ICross after the board
decided to part ways with
Agostini. Agostini could
not be reached Friday for
comment.
Although details may
be lacking, it is clear that
Agostini's exit comes on
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the heels of his termina-
tion of the Capital Area
Chapter's Emergency Ser-
vices Director, Chris
Floyd. Volunteers, staff,
as well as city and county
emergency officials
throughout the region,
were outraged and outspo-
ken about Floyd's recent
termination and the per-
ceived cavalier manner in
which Agostini handled it.
Madison County
Emergency Management
Director Jim Stanley
wrote a poignant and pas-
sionate email to Ostery-
oung,' requesting Floyd's
immediate reinstatement.
Whether Stanley's or
other complaints were the
cause for Agostini's re-
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brief period until Randy
Waddles can get up to SPRAYING
speed, who will serve until
a permanent replacement
is determined. WiM mOSS
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Farm Bureau Presents Check



To Christian Heritage Academy


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The Madison Farm Bureau Board of Directors present an Ag-in-the-Classroom check to
Janet Bailey. Back row left to right: Dewayne Leslie; Timmy Tuten; Bob Searcy; Jeffrey Hamrick;
Ben Ragans; and John C. Webb. Front row left to right: "Bubba" Greene; Jay Fraleigh; Janet Bai-
ley; Ginny Paarlberg; and Aaron Williams.


The local Farm Bureau Board of
Directors recently presented Janet Bai-
ley a check for $250 to be used for ef-
forts in Ag-In-The-Classroom at her
school in Greenville. Janet and her
husband Jeff started the school two
years ago, and it is called the Christian
Heritage Academy
Back during the last spring, Janet
filled out an application from Florida
Farm Bureau for their Mini-Grant
program, and they competed with
schools all over Florida for the grant.
Madison County Farm Bureau just re-
cently found that the school had won
the money, and at January's local
Farm Bureau Board meeting, Janet
came and accepted the check from lo-
cal Women's Chairman Ginnie Paarl-
berg.
The purpose of the Farm Bureau
Mini Grant is to put money in


teacher's hands that can be used to
teach children about the importance
of farmers and what Agriculture
means to our county, state and our na-
tion. According to Paarlberg, food pro-
diuction is a very important part of
our nation, and kids need to have an
understanding and appreciation of
those who grow and produce our food
that we eat. "Farmers are a very im-
portant group of folks, and everyone
needs to know this fact," she added
Mrs. Bailey will have the coming
year to complete the ATTC project,
and then just report back to the State
Organization as to what the kids
learned.
The Madison County Farm Bureau
has been involved in Ag-In-The-Class-
room for many years, and truly be-
lieves that ALL kids need to under-
stand the importance of Agriculture.


Prevention Coalition Renews Vision


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, February 11, 2008
Jerome Wyche, Stanley James, Dr. Harry Rotter and Ben Stewart (gentlemen stand-
ing in back from left to right) are very pleased to have Emily Spencer (standing center)
and her four students, Katisha Robinson, Terrisha Evans, Chaquilla Burrows and Cier-
ra Davis (standing left to right around her) at the monthly coalition meeting.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Alcohol And
Other Drug Prevention Coalition held its
regular monthly meeting on February 11
at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Madison. Lo-
cal community organizer, Jerome
Wyche, presided over the meeting.
The partnering leadership of the
coalition, Gregory Harris, Executive Di-
rector of the Health Promotions Pro-
gram Initiative (HPPI,) was not in atten-
dance. Harris and HPPI Program Coor-
dinator, Bruce Smith, were in Washing-
ton D.C. attending conferences to pursue
the renewal of program resources.
Two special guests who were intro-
duced during opening comments re-
ceived a very warm reception. Emily
Spencer, Director of the LATMA Acade-
my, along with four of her students, ex-
pressed their hopes to support the activi-
ties of the coalition. Dr. Harry Rotter, an
educator from Madison currently work-
ing with exceptional need teens, was also
proposed for membership.
The coalition is moving through a vi-
sioning process that is slated to be for-
malized upon Harris' return from D.C.
Three committees will ultimately co-


ordinate and deliver the coalition's des-
perately needed services. Many agree
that the collaboration between faith-
based, government, and private organi-
zations is essential to maximize, effec-
tiveness and especially to maximize the
return on very limited resources.
"There isn't a greater priority than
getting our children to a safe place where
they can become good neighbors and in
the process help turnaround the destruc-
tive influences throughout our whole
community," Wyche noted in review.
During group introductions, several
members discussed personal favorites
among issues that were suggested as fu-
ture components of the coalition's work-
ing papers. Among the topics, financial
and entrepreneur training were men-
tioned. There was also a brief recap of
several community events that had expe-
rienced particularly successful outcomes
as part of Black History Month activi-
ties. Among those successes were in-
creased HIV/AIDS awareness and in-
creased legislative exposure and partici-
pation.
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@greenepublish-
ing.com.


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Happenings At



Madison First



Baptist Church

By Nell Dobbs
There was a fresh sense of excitement in our church
on Sunday morning as Amy Robinson began the service
with a stirring rendition of "All Rise." On the final cho-
rus, the entire congregation rose to worship and honor
God. The Chancel Choir then sang "Here I Am to Wor-
ship," which further prepared our hearts, for worship.
Preacher Morris read Isaiah 6: 1-8 as Isaiah wrote of
King Uziah's death: When should one worship? (Daily)
Worship is not an unguided emotion but is guided by the
truth. Whom should I worship? God and only God. With-
out its proper object (Jesus Christ), worship is worth-
less. One is not ready to hear the voice of God until he is
cleaned and purged from whatever is hindering him.
A blessing to have Sara Dene and Lil Jess with me
and to have her help write this.
Angels rejoiced in Heaven as Almond and Peggy
Drummond came into church by letter and Alicia was
saved. Amen!
Angels rejoiced to receive Sue Raines on Monday at
101 1/2 What a person of faith and works as she minis-
tered at home, in school, in church, in community and
we give thanks for her life and her family and their care
for her for each other. We also pray for Mildred Bruner
and'her family in the death of their loved one for the
family of Mrs. Lucille Cruce. Dennett will no longer be
listening for her phone call; he can "telephone to Glory,
oh what joy divine."
The baby shower for Lesley and Sid was great! There
is to be a churchwide wedding shower to shower to hon-
or Elias and Ansley Paulk. This Sunday at family night
at 6 p.m.
There were so many ill among us. Pray for James
Hurst as he's not doing well and all others.
So, March is going on among us and we pray for all
that's being done in God's Name and for Him. Special
thanks to our pulpit search committee and all commit-
tees who serve us faithfully
We sing "How Great Thou Art" an know that God
does all things well and that we are here for a season to
do His Will.


Middle Florida Baptist Association


To Host Horse Whisperer


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Paul Daily, a horse whisperer,
will be the featured speaker at a cel-
ebration sponsored by the Middle
Florida Baptist Association. The cel-
ebration, called "The Ride of Your
Life," will begin at 4 p.m. Sunday,
March 2, at the Madison County
High School football field.
The event will begin at 4 p.m.
with a block party Churches will
have booths with food, games and in-
formation. Everything will be free at
the event.
As Daily works with the horse,
he explains the Round Pen of Life to.
his audience pointing out similari-
ties between man's relationship
with God and a horse's relationship
with his trainer.
The ten steps or similarities are:

No. 1: The calling.
They have selected this horse to
begin training to become more use-
ful in the future. God calls man to be
more useful to Him.

No. 2: The expectation.
The horse is not expected to be
more than what he it is, an un-
trained horse. God does not expect
to us to do or be more than we are ca-


pable of.

No. 3: Trust.
In order to train the horse it is
necessary for the horse to trust
Paul. God created horses to flee from
danger, so Daily must be careful not
to threaten or harm the horse. God
also wants a trust relationship with
us. He loves us more 'than we can
imagine and does not want to harm
us.
No. 4: Desire to please.
Paul Daily wants the horse to
work because the horse wants to, not
because it's being forced to. God
wants us to serve Him and love him
because we want to.

No. 5: Demands full attention.
Paul will ask for the horse's full
attention so that they will be able to
work together. God wants our full at-
tention so other things will not dis-
tract us.

No.. 6: Seeks understanding.
Daily wants the horse to under-
stand what he is asking of him. He
tries to present his'wishes in a way
that the horse will understand. God
wants us to seek his will and his way

No. 7: Learn to accept the


truth.
Paul Daily wants the horse to
know that he is his friend and will
help him. Paul will work closely
with the horse as he learns this. We
must learn that we cannot make it in
this world without God's help. And if
we are willing, God will teach us his
ways.

No. 8: Trials and troubles.
During the training the horse is
exposed to all kinds of new things
like ropes, blankets and saddles, to
help him learn to cope and work
things out. God prepares us for our
tomorrows by helping us through
our trials and troubles today

No. 9: Accept, not rebel.
Paul takes the horse through
this step by making the right thing
easy and the wrong things difficult.
God rewards us for our obedience
and chastises us for our wrongs. -

No. 10: Full release.
Finally, the horse accepts every-
thing! Paul has him bridled and sad-.
dled and is riding him. We must re-
lease all, our life of sin, and accept
God as our guiding hand and take
God's free gift of eternal life with
Him.


Psalms 56:11

In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do
unto me.


Blessefisit he na that walked not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitfeth in the seat of the scornful. But his
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. -Psalms 1:1-3













: Madison Church of God Hanson United Methodist Church Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church |
290 NE Da';, Street Hansor,. FL 2"1 Marma Luther King Drive Madison. FL
7 1 NE ColinKelly Hay., Madison, FL 17.5 miles from Madion .- H,\ 145. turn nriht on DaiI P.O Box 242 Madison. FL
i.150-971-5165 Rev. Doyle Glas, Pastor Re, time W .Alt, r.-n. Pasu'r 850-973-3127
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Einail: shtlhcofmadisonS@vahou corn
Sunday School 10:00 am. Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. Marcus Hawkins, Sr. Pastor Josie Graham .4Asistant Pastor
MS morning Worship 11.00 ap. Sunday Evening Bible Study .6:00 p.m. Sunday School...........9:30 a.m.
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| Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Prayer Serce...............7:00 p.m. Worship Service......11:00 a .
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SAMPLE BALLOT

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

This Is a non partisan election for ALL Registered Voters residing in the CITY of
GREENVILLE. The city of Greenville Election will be held on Tuesday, March 11, 2008. The polls will open at 7am and close at 7pm. This event will take
place at the Senior Citizens Building in Greenville, Florida located at 166 SW Onslow Street.

All voters are reminded, you are required to provide photo ID, such as Valid Florida Driver's License, Florida Identification Card, U.S.
Passport, or some other form of picture ID when you go to vote, otherwise you must vote a provisional ballot. DO NOT HESITATE, REQUEST
YOUR ABSENTEE TODAY.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Jada Woods Williams
Madison County Supervisor of Elections
229 SW Pinckney Street
Room 113
Madison, FL 32340
(850)973-6507


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Tuesday, March 11, 2008
This is a non partisan election for ALL Registered Voters residing in DISTRICT 2 In the CITY of MADISON. The city of Madison Election will
be held on Tuesday, March 11, 2008. The polls will open at 7am and close at 7pm. This event will take place at the Supervisor of Elections office in Madi-
son, Florida located at 229 SW Pinckney Street Room 113.
All voters are reminded, you are required to provide photo ID, such as Valid Florida Driver's License, Florida Identification Card, U.S.
Passport, or some other form of picture ID when you go to vote, otherwise you must vote a provisional ballot. DO NOT HESITATE, REQUEST
YOUR ABSENTEE TODAY.


Early voting


BEAT THE LONG LINES!!!!!
begins February 25, 2008 and ends March 8, 2008. Hours for voting will be Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
and Saturday, March 1 and March 8, 2008 from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
The location for early voting is the Supervisor of Elections' Office in the County Annex Building.
Please remember, all voters are required to show photo identification prior to voting or vote a provisional ballQt:


If you have any questions, please contact:
Jada Woods Williams
Madison County Supervisor of Elections
229 SW Pinckney Street
Room 113
Madison, FL 32340
(850)973-6507

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MEGA TENT EVENT IN PERRY -

SHOWING CONSUMERS THE RIGHT
WAY TO BUY NOW!

FEDERAL RATE CUT PROVIDES UNPRECEDENTED LENDING OPPORTUNITY;
CONSUMERS ADVISED TO BUY VEHICLES BEFORE RECESSION

FED RATE CUT PROVIDES UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSUMERS
The U.S. Federal Reserve boosted consumer hopes and comforted Wall Street investors by slashing interest rates by three-quarters of.
a percentage point to 3.5 percent in an effort to save the economy from a recession. The economic stimulus plan represented the larg-
est single-day cut in a key interest rate in 25 years. The historic interest rate cut was designed to encourage consumer spending and
energize the nation's economy. Shortly after the Fed announced a reduction of its federal funds rate to 3.5 percent from 4.25 percent,
most major banks reduced their prime lending rates by the same amount. Since the Fed rate affects how much consumers pay on
credit card debt, home equity lines of credit and auto loans, economists predict that consumers' monthly debt obligations should slide
along with the rate cut. For consumers, the three-quarter point federal funds rate cut will mean lower interest rates on credit purchas-
es, including those of automobiles. According to Ford CEO Alan Mulally, the rate cut "gives the auto financing companies the ability
to really bring some more credit into the marketplace...it's going to help consumer confidence". This means that if you buy a car in the
next few months, the payments will be substantially lower than they would have been without this drop. Moreover, the rate reduction
will allow manufacturers to offer financing incentive programs to prospective new-car buyers at lower interest rates.
DEALERS DESPERATE TO SELL VEHICLES As Little as a $99/month!*
The current opportunity to obtain low interest rate consumer loans comes at a time when dealers are desperate moving to sell vehicles
through unprecedented rebate and incentive programs. Prior to the historic cut in the Federal Reserve's rate cut, automobile dealerships
had suffered due to the rumored housing slump and rising gasoline prices. Moreover, competition between foreign and domestic manufac-
turers has reached an epic pitch, giving consumers leverage when shopping for new vehicles. GM, Ford and Chrysler have been forced to
boost incentives to maintain sales volume amid weak consumer confidence and increased competition from foreign manufacturers.
CONSUMERS ADVISED TO BUY NOW BEFORE LOOMING RECESSION CAUSES SPIKE IN INTEREST RATES.
The current rate cut has provided consumers a unique, limited opportunity to obtain low interest loans. Consumers are advised to take
advantage of this historic lending opportunitybefore the.loomingrecession.ar4ives. Indeed~. -spike-in the federal funds rateieup~.L
with write-offs from the housing slump may impact banks' willingness to lend. Should a recession occur later in the year, consumers
shall face a much more difficult time getting auto loans due to more stringent credit standards. Thus, the current fed rate cut may pro-
vide consumers with the best opportunity to obtain advantageous vehicle financing. Terry Egan, editor in chief of publications for The
Warren Group, which tracks real-estate transactions, agreed, pointing to the combined benefits of lower prices and lower short-term
interest rates. "For someone ready to make the leap, that's two bits of good news in terms of buying opportunity," he said.






LOWER INTEREST RATE + NO MONEY DOWN PROGRAMS + LOWER
PAYMENTS = TIME TO BUY NOW!
Every vehicle in inventory will be clearly marked with its drastically lowered price or payment. Bank representatives will be available to as-
sist all buyers during this very special event. Even those buyers whose credit may have been damaged in the past will have an opportunity
to take advantage of this incredible market condition. A stable job and residence is all that is required to begin process of any transaction.
The Perry Tent Sale will be fully staffed February 22 27,2008 as attendance is expected to be in record breaking numbers. As with most
special sales, the selection will diminish throughout the event so come early to take full advantage of the entire inventory available.
Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
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4B Classifieds/Legals 6-7B


NFCC Students Learn The

Power Of The Spoken Word


rulUo t uUmiitieU
Madison County Community Bank recently con-
tributed $2,500 to the Madison County Foundation for Ex-
cellence in Education to continue its support of the
Foundation's Take Stock in Children scholarships. Ed
Meggs, right, presented the check to Faye Browning, left,
at the January meeting of the Foundation.


Much to the delight of their classmates, students in Rose Nixon's English 1102 class donned Greek costumes and per-
formed excerpts from the Greek classic Oedipus Rex Jan. 24. The exercise was part of a session on oral history in ancient
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SCHOOL & EDUCATION


Madison County Central School

Honor Roll

Second 9 Weeks-


6th Grade
Principal's List

Lacey Clayton
Dalton Lee
Olivia Murphy
Arielle Routledge

A Honor Roll
Nicole Blair
Mary Bryant
Ashlyn Carroll
Ryland Crumitie
Athena Duran
Kimberly Fields
Brandon Hammond
Coleman Panaro
Jerrod Robinson
Kimberly Sapp
Darby Thompson

B Honor Roll
Trista Agner
Eryn Alderman
Alisha Alexander
Sloan Bickford
Javen Butler
Christopher Cooks
Timothy Dewitt
Ashley Donaldson
Coddrick Griffin
Bridgett Grigsby
Nathan Harlan
Jose Hernandez
Shelbi Hughes
Kammeron Joseph
Jared Kinsey
Brandon Lawson
Jessica Mccarthy
Seth Molnar
Deontaye Oliver
Kimberly Ross
Taylor Sever


Ashley Skipper
Hannah Smith
Taylor Smith
Joshua Stafford
Iman Taylor
Victoria Thayer
Nikki Vandevender
Ashley Walden
Shanice Washington
Jhiliah Weatherspoon
Deonshay Wells
Charece Williams,
Kelsea Wllliamsoh'

7T Grade ,
Principal's List
Connor Ginn
Christian Griffin
Ashley Killingston
Tarvis Peacock
Sierra Routledge
Keeley Smith
Kassidy Stallings

A Honor Roll
John Gudz
Tyresha Hill
Taylor Hosford
Sha'kierra Hudson
Chad Oliver
Elizabeth Parsons
Tessa Porter-

B Honor Roll
Savannah Bailey
Khadijah Barnes
Troy Bolin
Tamela Brinson
Keyon Bruton
Loretta Burnett
John Canada
Quaneshi Carter


Deaundra Chapman
Latrevian Cherry
Da'keria Choice
Don'quella Christian
Brandon Crawford
Lyric Davis
Qua'esha Davis
Scott Davis
Jamera Edwards
Malcolm Edwards
Frank Fernandez
Quanisha Gallon
Nikki Gonzalez
Hannah Hampton
Jo'llsa Haynes
Yasmine Hodges
Taylor Huggins
Dalton Hutcheson
Trey Johnson
Javarus Jones
Jamison Kier
Demetriae Kinsey
Ashley Mcquay
Sierra Messer
Whitney Miller
Chantel Monzote
Emerald Moore
Joseph Nelson
Meagan O'qutinn
Emily Parsons
Miguel Perez
Amanda Porter
Crystal Resendiz
Michael Robinson
Morgan Robinson
Tevin Roundtree
Austin Sampson
Robert Seay
Brandon Skipper
Ragan Stewart
Ca'nedra Straughter
Joshua Tapio
Carisa Thomas
Kenyatta Thomas ,
Darius Turner
Jimmy Weatherspoon
Winston Weatherspoon


Audry Williams

8th Grade
Principal's List
Cameron Frakes

A Honor Roll
Ashley Duran
Morgan Ellison
William Hagan
Daryl Hall
Dashonte Thomas
James Wallace

B Honor Roll
Brittany Barclay
Jawonda Boynton
Steven Bryant
Heath Carroll
Michael Colflns
Jamarjein Copeland
Cantrell Davis
Jermera Davis
Sidney Davis
Tyler Donaldson
Louis Epifanio
Kristina Ferrell
Toby Fox
Rashad Guyton
Dylan Hammock
Chelsea Banners
Felicia Hudson
William Johnson
Ryan Kornegay
Deondra Lee
Krystina Livingston
She'lahe Sams
Makoya Scott
Mykal Stafford
Arturo Thayer
Thomas Weatherspoon
Emory Webb Wilson


Sharon French, long-time Madison teacher, was a
special guest speaker during the Feb. 7 meeting of the
Future Teachers of America at North Florida Com-
munity College. She shared her educational philoso-
phy with a room full of NFCC students, who are po-
tential teachers.
French, who spent most of her teaching career in
Madison County schools, offered advice drawn from
her 31 years as an instructor in special education.
She said, "Never feel sorry, for a child and always
show a caring attitude when in the classroom." She
also urged, "Don't go into teaching for the money or
vacations because it's one tough job, but with many
rewards at the end of the day. There is a desperate
need for dedicated teachers who are willing to go the
extra mile."
The NFCC. Future Teachers of America, which
meets once a month, promotes education as a career
and encourages students to get involved in the field of
education. In addition to hosting guest speakers, the
club supports community projects. This month the
group is packing snacks for students at Greenville El-
ementary and is soliciting donations of snacks. Enid
Kozlowski, club sponsor, said, "If members of the
community wish to donate snacks please contact me
by telephoning 973.1637." Arrangements will be
made for dropping off snacks or students will pick
them up.
Kozlowski recommended the Academy Award
winning documentary, "I Am a Promise: The Chil-
dren of Stanton Elementary School," to all potential
educators. The film is available through the NFCC li-
brary
For more information about Future Teachers of
America, contact Kozlowski at koz1owskiE(nfcc.edu
or telephone 973.1637.
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SPORTS


Lady Sentinels Fall Short

Of Goal In Pensacola Game


North Florida Community College
women's basketball continues at a fast
and furious pace before the '07-'08 sea-
son closes at the end of February.
The team has been in a rebuilding
mode for the better part of the season
as new players came on board. In spite
of a losing season, the team has made a
valiant effort to stick with the program
and see it through to gain as much ma-
turity as a team as possible this sea-
son.
When the Lady Sentinels met Pen-
sacola Junior College Jan. 26 in Pen-
sacola, PJC came out on top with a
score of 72-42, according to NFCC
Coach Marcus Hawkins.
Leading the way for the Sentinels
were #22 Jasmine Sheppard of
Gainesville High/Gainesville with 13
points while # 21 Natashia Mitchell of


Wildwood High School/Wildwood had
six points and eight rebounds, accord-
ing to Hawkins.
Upcoming games at home include
Feb. 6 at 5:30 p.m. against Gulf Coast
Community College (GCCC), Feb. 16 at
,4 p.m. against Tallahassee Community
College (TCC) and the last game of the
season, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. against
Okaloosa-Walton Community College
(OWCC).
The games are played in the Colin P.
Kelly Gym on the NFCC campus in
Madison. The public is invited to at-
tend these games and admission is free.
For more information regarding
the NFCC Sentinel's team or opportuni-
ties to become a team member, please
contact Coach Hawkins by telephone -
850.973.9491 or Ha wkinsM(Anfcc.edu or
go to NFCC.edu and click on Athletics.


Coming off a two-
game winning streak last
week, North Florida Com-
munity College's Sentinel
Baseball Team lost a close
non-conference game Feb.
13 to Santa Fe Community
College, 4-3. NFCC Athlet-
ic Director/Head Baseball
Coach Dr. Steve Givens
said the 12-inning game
was "a good game to
watch."
NFCC's #15 Juan
Perez, University
HS/Orlando, was the loser
in relief. Santa Fe is in the
Mid-Florida Conference


where they were 8-3 com-
ing into the game with


NFCC. NFCC is part of the
Panhandle Conference


Sentinels Lose To


Santa Fe 4-3 In 12


where the Sentinels were
6-2 coming into the game.
NFCC traveled to Mt.
Vernon, Ga. Valentine's
Day to meet Brewton Park-
er Junior Varsity The Sen-
tinels will play Abraham
Baldwin Agriculture Col-
lege (ABAC) at home in
Madison on the NFCC
campus at Sentinel Field
Feb. 17.
NFCC will return
home Feb. 22 to meet
South Georgia College at 2
p.m. and then travel Feb.
23 to again meet South
Georgia in Douglas, Ga.


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
High School Cowgirls
blasted the Hamilton
County Lady Trojans 13-2
in district softball action
played Friday, February 15,
in Madison.
The Cowgirls got off to
a fast start and led 5-0 at
the end of the first inning.
The Cowgirls extended
their lead to 6-0 at the end


of two.
The Lady Trojans got
their only two runs in the
game in the third inning,
trimming the Cowgirls'
lead to 6-2.
In the fourth inning,
the Cowgirls added two
more runs and rounded
out their scoring in the
fifth with five more runs.
Alexis "Boo" Sowell
picked up the win for the
Cowgirls and threw seven


strikeouts. nShe also went
two for three at the plate.
Allyce Rutherford
went two for three with
two doubles. Her twin sis-
ter, Ashley Rutherford,
went two for three with
one double.,
Brittany Davis went
two for three.
The Cowgirls im-
proved their season record
to 2-3 overall and 1-0 in the
district.


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An Open Letter From

JacK Procter


Dear friends and clients,
As of March 1, 2008 Town N Country Insurance

agency will be under new ownership. I want to personally
thank you for your business and friendship over the.
years. It has been a pleasure to serve ou; however, iis
time to retire. This letter will provide youwithan introduce


tion to yournew agentsat Odiorne Insurance Agency.
For the past 35 years.Odione at nsurante has pro-
vided clients with professional mention. Steve Odiomr-e
has beena part of the'business since 1990. Steve mar-
aed Robin (Andrews) asndthey moved back here to raise
their three children and open an additional office to the

) one in BrandOn, Florida. Odiorne Insurance has thirty-
D An OpynLotrom, allo
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ing them the capabilities to continue, s ervicing your

insurance needs. ,e
Without doubt, Odiorne Insurance will provide the

" attention you need. Their business is managed with hon-
0 esty and integrity. The last 35 years has given them the
Sexperiencemneeded to bring you adequate coverage for

your valued longings. The other agents here
son ao lr fet esidnt Lucas Waring, Tommy Hardee,
dloe resents :hTwn N count
r and Beth Ebberson. Jennifer Mullenix from
try will be employed, too.
As I head into retirement, I am confident that the

business I began will be taken care of professionally and
you, the client, will be taken care of personally. Thank
you, again.

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By Tyrra B Meserve second hand shells they salvage when
Greene Publishing, Inc found abandoned. It is this habit that got
So the family pet discussion is on the them the name hermit. As the crab
table and Fido doesn't fit the bill. In an grows, it trades in the old smaller shell
apartment, small living quarters, with for a new larger one. The molting of the
roommates or children, finding the per- crab, a process that takes about 10 days,
fect pet to fit an already established allows the crab to regenerate any lost or
lifestyle can get complicated. That is broken limbs while replacing a tight
what makes hermit crabs so easy to move shell. During the process of shedding its
hi. Low maintenance, yet, still fun, her- exoskeleton, the hermit crab is soft and
mit crab pets can be the solution to an an- vulnerable. Seeking safety the crab will
imal lovers' crowded space dilemma, usually choose this time to burrow wiunder
"Hermit crabs make great first pets the sand for shelter.
for young children," Liz Harris, propri- If it has been decided that a hermit
etor of Creatures Featured pointed out crab is just the thing to help with that
"They are easy to care for and very inter- pesky tank cleaning. Try these tips to
testing to watch." make living with this crustation even
Within about five hundred known easier. First, provide new shells to grow
species of hermit crabs, there are several into. Since they love to switch shells as
species that are common in the marine they grow, offer him a large variety of
aquarium trade. They are either omnivo- shells to pick and chose from. The shell
rous or herbivorous and are useful in opening should be around the same size
household aquariums as scavengers, as the crab's largest pincher. But, be care-
cleaning up their environments by eating ful. not all shells can be used by the little
algae and other debris. While the ones hermit fellow. Have the local pet shop
carried in pet'stores tendto be smaller, help chose a sh11ll that has been properly
others such asthe Pacificcoadt crabcran 'b6aned, and processed. .;
grow up to a foot long and may eat claws, Next, it's bath time for the crabby
coral or other crustaceans. babe. Since hermit crabs will bathe
Hermit crabs usually have lolg soft themselves if provided with fresh water,
abdomens that they protect by wearing it is a good.idea to leave a bowl of it for
run acts About Pets .e


them in their tank. To actually bathe the
little beauty, totally submerge them once-
in room temperature water for one
minute then let them air dry.
Crabs are social creatures and thrive
on company. A crab will be at his most ac:
tive and entertaining when he's putting
on a show for other crabs, especially a.
mate. If increasing the number of her-.
mit crabs, just be sure to allow them
enough space. They like their homes to
be humid and warm between 70-75 de-
grees.
Encourage that little flabby crabby to
join a gym. Crabs really love to climb so
coral and choya wood will help them stay
active. Once again, just make sure there
is room enough to play and move about.
Last on the list for the little fellow is
a balanced diet. Crabs need calcium that
they get from shell dishes. Prior to feed-
ing, check for any buried and forgotten
food. Then provide a balanced premixed
hermit crab food diet, along with fruits
and vegetables.
Whether it's to help keep an aquari-
u" clean'"'of'dt-td W6'tch, hermit crabs
can make fun pets without cramping
style or space.
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Throughout History
In Liege, $elgium in 1879, parte family-- died from injuries
37 cats were eitloyed to .qarry .. sustained while tripping over
bundles of letters to villages, his dog's leash.
though the cats -proved pretty Laikia, a dog, was the
undisciplined aid: the service world's first ever space astro-
didn't last long. naut. She was sent into space in
*It's believed, that, cats played an artificial earth satellite in
a big role during the infamous 1957 by the Russian government.
Black Plague in Europe. Because At his Key West, Florida
it was believed that people with home, Ernest Hemingway was
cats were witches, all the cats famous for keeping cats, lots of
were gathered together, caged them, and many of which had
and burned. Unfortunately, this six toes on their front paws!
removed a natural host for fleas Animals seem to have held
and left rats to. run free and.mul- a special place in ancient Egypt-
tiply. Many of the'-survivors of Ian. In fact, the penalty for tak-
the Black Plague were actually- ing the life of a greyhound was
people who harbored cats. the same as that of killing a
Survivors of the Titanic in- man.
cluded two dogs: a Pekingese be- Cats during ancient Egypt
longing to Henry Sleeper Harper were considered demigods and
and a Pomeranian belonging to the 'property of divine
Miss Margaret Hays. Pharaoh. That ranked them
In 1945, Jerome Napoleon above humans, making them
Bonaparte -- the last surviving the first to be saved if a house
member of the. famous Bona- caught fire, before the people.
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OUTDOORS


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Cherry Lake Fire Rescue Bass Tournament will be
held Saturday, March 8, from noon until 6 p.m. at the Sims
Boat Club (Old Wade's Beach) in Cherry Lake. .
An entry fee of $40 per boat (with two fishermen) or
$20 per boat (with one fisherman) is required.
Registration for the "Big Fish" pot is $10 per boat.
There will be 100 percent payback to the winner of the
"'Big Fish" award.
Registration will begin promptly at 11 a.m. Saturday
morning, March 8.
Prize money will be paid to first through fourth places
if more than 21 boats register or first through third place
in less than 20 boats register.
For more information, please call 929-2354. Please leave
a message.


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If you weren't lucky
enough to get drawn for a
special-opportunity or
spring turkey quota per-
mit, don't fret; there are
numerous wildlife man-
agement areas (WMAs)
that don't require them.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) offers
35 public hunting areas
statewide where hunters
need only to "walk on" to
hunt spring turkeys.
These hunts are made
possible through the
FWC's partnerships with
the state's Division of
Forestry, Florida's water
management districts, the
U.S. Forest Service, Florida
Department of Environ-
mental Protection, the Na-
tional Park Service and
Department of Defense,
who participate in the
state's public-hunting sys-
tem.
Hunters need only a
hunting license ($17 for
residents, $46.50 for non-
resident 10-day license),
management area permit
($26.50) and turkey permit
($5 for residents, $100 for
nonresidents) to spring
turkey hunt on the follow-
ing areas. These licenses
and permits can be pur-
chased in Florida at coun-
ty tax collectors' offices
and at most retail outlets
that sell hunting and fish-
ing supplies. They also
can be bought with a cred-
it card by calling 1-888-486-
8356 or going online at
www. wildlifelicense. com.
The spring turkey sea-
son runs March 1 April 6
in the South Hunting Zone
and March 15 April 20 in
the Central and Northwest
zones, unless otherwise
noted below. Shooting
hours during spring
turkey season on WMAs
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Fannanale Florina
(Eastern turkey's range)
Apalachicola Na-
tional Forest 581,837
acres in Franklin, Leon,
Liberty and Wakulla coun-
ties. Camping allowed.
Apalachicola River
Wildlife and Environ-
mental Area 81,754 acres
in Franklin and Gulf coun-
ties. Camping allowed.
Management area permit
not required.
Aucilla WMA -
47,532 acres in Jefferson
and Taylor counties.
Camping allowed.
Big Bend WMA:
Hickory Mound Unit -
14,427 acres in Taylor
County A no-cost, daily
use permit is required and
available at the check sta-
tion.
Spring Creek Unit -
14,600 acres in Taylor Coun-
ty
Tide Swamp Unit -
19,538 acres in Taylor Coun-
ty A no-cost,' daily use per-
mit is required and avail-
able at the check station.
Blackwater WMA -
191,148 acres in Santa Rosa
and Okaloosa counties.
Camping allowed.
Eglin Air Force Base
- 265,000 acres in Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton
counties. Hunting and
camping allowed only by
permit from Jackson
Guard Natural Resource
Office by calling 850-883-
1152. Only shotguns, bows
or muzzleloaders may be
used.
Escambia River
WMA 34,476 acres in Es-
cambia and Santa Rosa
counties. Camping al-
lowed.
Joe Budd WMA -
11,039 acres in Gadsden
County Saturdays and Sun-
days only There are 20, no-
cost, daily quota permits
available at the check sta-
tion on first-come, first-
served basis. Only bows or
muzzleloaders may be used.
Camping allowed.


Lower conrina Kiv-
er WMA 2,837 acres in
Taylor County Season runs
March 15-23.
Mallory Swamp
WMA 29,463 acres in
Lafayette 'County Season
runs March 15-30.
Ochlockonee River
WMA 2,790 acres in Leon
County Saturdays and Sun-
days only Only shotguns,
bows or muzzleloaders may
be used.
Osceola WMA -
266,270 acres in Baker and
Columbia counties. Camp-
ing allowed.
Pine Log WMA 6,911
acres in Bay and Washing-
ton counties. Season runs
March 15-30. Camping al-
lowed.
Point Washington
WMA 12,414 acres in Wal-
ton County
Santa Fe Swamp
Wildlife and Environmen-
tal Area 5,627 acres in
Bradford County Only bows
or muzzleloaders may be
used.
Steinhatchee Springs
WMA 20,909 acres in
Lafayette, Dixie and Taylor
counties. Season runs
March 15 April 6. There
are 40, no-cost, daily quota
permits available at the
check station on first-come,
first-served basis to hunt the
first nine days.
Talquin WMA 3,053
acres in Leon County Satur-
days and Sundays only
Twin Rivers WMA -
9,288 acres in Madison,
Hamilton and Suwannee
counties. Season runs
March 21-23 and April 11-13.
There are 12, no-cost, daily
quota permits available at
the check station on first-
come, first-served basis.
These brochures also
are available at tax collec-
tors' offices in counties close
to wildlife management ar-
eas.
For more information
on spring turkey hunting
season, visit
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6B* Madison County Carrier Friday, February 22, 2008


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


We clean houses, offices,
apartments, rentals, etc.
Give us a call 850-971-5684


GET A LOAN FAST
We can help you get a loan
quickly, easily,
Call 850-673-9102
Anytime


Stop foreclosure!
Keep your home, keep your
credit good, call for free
consultation
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2007 Toyota Yaris;
black; tinted windows; AC;
Auto; 4Dr; Am/FM/CD; 40,000
miles excellent cond;
$11,000. firm
Call 850-464-1230
or 850-929-4959







2003 Chaparoll 180 SS boat;
inboard; V-6 excellent cond;
very very low hours; cover
kept; $14,000 firm
Call 850-464-1230 or
850-929-4595


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


Wanted Farm land for long term
(5+years) lease to grow perennial
native warm season grasses for
seed and hay. Excellent food and
cover for doves, quail and deer.
Contact Joe Reams, EI
850-948-1709
850-879-6481
sandyford@embarqmail.com
WANTED:
BORDER GRASS
WILL REMOVE FOR
THE PLANT
973-2848

Single Mom looking for affordable
house / trailer / or apartment for
rent or rent to own inside city limits
of Madison 850-673-7573 after
5:00 p.m. ask for Melissa only.
Need 10-20 chickens.
Maybe a rooster or two
also guineas and peafowls.
850-464-1165:


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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, Madi-
son, FL 32340. Equal Housing
Opportunity


House for rent 2br/lbth
Completely Remodeled.
850-673-9425


For Rent: 3BD, Mobile
home, quiet residential
area. $600.00 per month,
$300.00 deposit
Call for info 850-869-0916


Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1BR ($409.)
2BR ($435.) Subsidy available
at times. HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 -
TTY Acs 711.
404 SW Sumatra Road, Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer


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EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


GARDENIA SQUARE
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments.
Subsidy .available at times.
Call 850-973-4934
TTY Acs- 711
339 SW Parramore Ave. Madison
Equal Housing Opportunity
Lake View Home for rent in
Madison FL. 3br/2bth $850.00
per month, $850.00 deposit.
Credit & back ground check.
No Pets.
407-590-8721

2BDR / 2BTH MOBILE
HOME
$500.00 PER MONTH
$300.00 DEPOSIT
CALL 850-869-0916




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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
2 bedroom/1 bath mobile home in
park, $135/week, electric included
depending on unit, $350 deposit
and first week rent in advance, no
exceptions.
Call owner at 850-570-0459.


Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Comer lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to city
utilities, fire hydrant, and ser-
vice from two power companies.
Property has easy access to 1-10,
via SR 53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141


Land For Sale
1.19 Acres for sale in Pine Tree
Acres in Lee FL. $25,000.
407-590-8721

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






LOG HOMES
With as little as
$500 Down
Prestige Home Center
Lake City, Florida
1-800-355-9385

3/4 Acre land in town, zoned
residential, available to build
on. $16,500 in Madison.
Call 347-267-8350


Pinetta 11.8 Acres+'
3/2 2000 sqft Home. workshop,
pond, greenhouse, By Owner,
$275k. Call for Appt: 850-929-
2074. Details at: www.3ws.us



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!
Prestige Home Center
Lake City Florida
1-800-355-9385


For Sale By Owner
5 acres, Pinetta, Oak Hill Rd,
near Valdosta/Lake Park, restric-
tions $42,995. $5000 down
$325/mo
5 acres Lee, North of Hwy 6,
Cayenne Rd. rolling hills,
restrictions, $39,995, $5000
down $325/mo
4.7 acres Lee, county graded
road, $39,995, restrictions,
$5000 down, 325/mo.
Madison, North of Hwy 6,
Cactus Rd., restrictions
7.5ac $54,995
8.6ac well/septic $64,995
14.8ac $99,995

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116

Mobile Home For Sale
Dblwide, 3br-2bth,
Must Move
$17,o0o OBO
850-464-4230 850-973-3625


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All Realt Servkes
Big Bend-Florid
Lynette Simion Realtor
Main Office: 850-973-9990
Fax: 850-973-9990
Mobile: 850-933-6363
Pasture Land consisting of
10.33 ac on Dusty Miller
Road $98,135

Beautiful Mobile Home /
9.98 ac on Nixon Way
$250,000

Successful Living Brick
3/2.5 Home on 2.8 ac
$289,000

Wooded Cleared 6.86 ac
mini farm with barns
$83,500

Weekend Get Away To The
Woods, 2.06 ac in Lee.
$38,000

Deal! 2/2 home with two
lots right on the Withla-
coochee River. $285,000

Prime Commercial Property
downtown Greenville. Set.
up as a restaurant / .26 ac.
Sell, Lease, or Rent!

Fixer upper on 53 North, 3/2
home with 16.53 ac for only
$185,000

Ready to move in. 3/2 Home
on County Camp Road.
$99,900

Mobile Home with Cabin 2
ac, fenced, Lee. $149.900

Rocky Ford Road 3/1.5, lac,
Brick $119,000

Shady Grove Saloon or Feed
Store, 2 ac $89,900

5 ac Northwood $60,000
wooded comer lot

Near the River, 5 ac, private
pine forest $43,000

Ready for Mobile home,
paved road, city lot $9,000

Two Story Downtown Brick
bldg. business plus residen-
lial potential 5.000 Sq. Ft
$199,000

Commercial intense at I-10
1.43 ac
$214,500


Crown Healthcare Laundry Services
JOB FAIR

Join us at the Brooks CountyDevelopment Authority, located at 220
East Screven Street (in the old Police Station), for a job fair for Crown
Healthcare Laundry Services!! Crown Healthcare Laundry is expanding to
Quitman, Georgia with a state of the art Laundry facility that will initially
employ 80 people, and eventually expand .to 160 employees. Crown
Healthcare Laundry will be accepting applications for the following posi-
tions:
o Production Supervisors ($30K -40K annual salary) Must have 3-5.
years prior experience
o Maintenance Technicians ($16 to $20 per hour) Must have 3-5 years
prior experience
o Laundry Workers ($7.50 to $8.50 per hour)
o Class A Local Truck Drivers ($13 to $15 per hour)
o Crown Healthcare offers health insurance and vacation benefits.

The expected opening date is September 2008. We will give priority
to these initial applications.
The Brooks County Development Authority will be open to the public for
the job fair at the following dates and times:
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 1 p.m. 6 p.m.
February 27, 2008 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Please call 229-263-9085 for more information.
*Hot Dogs, Chips, and Drinks 'vill be provided free of charge.


DWMH FOR SALE
326 SE Vera Ave., Madison, FL
1,152 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms/2baths /.50
Acre Lot. Price $30,000 or make
offer. Call (850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome
3 BR/2 BA Doublewide
$39,995
Factory Direct
Prestige Home Center
352-752-7751







Advent Christian Village
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call 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net
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termcare setting.Unrestricted Flori-
da LPN license required.
FT positions include health,
dental, life, disability, supplemental
insurance; 403b retirement ac-
count; paid time off, access to on-
site daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel
Office Monday through Friday
from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. or
fax resume/credentials to (386)
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License required: experience pre-
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facility: must be CDA certified or
willing to obtain certification.

LPN Home Care
Nonrestricted FL License required:
experience in home health care
preferred.
Denefits include health, dental,
life, disability, savings, AFLAC
supplemental policies, access to
onsite daycare and fitness
facilities.
EOE Drug Free Workplace,
Criminal background checks re-
quired. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru
Fri, 9:00 am until 4:oo PM Carter
Village Hall, 10680 Dowling Park
Drive, Dowling Park FL: fax re-
sume to (386) 658-5160: or visit
www.ACVillage.net


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on your very first order.
Start-Up Kit Only $10.
Call ISR Dorothy Christ
850-973-3153


HELP WANTED:
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Service positions. Paid training
starting immediately.
No experience required.
Call 514-581-7041

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F ull time position for Jefferson/Madison/Taylor
team, base in Monticello. Must have current Florida
RN license. BDN preferred. Minimum of one year
in-patient nursing experience and previous
Hospice/Home Health Experience.


Home Health Aide


Full-time position for Jefferson/Madson/Taylor team, base in Monticello. Mini-
mum of one (1) year home health care experience; Home Heath Aide Certificate
preferred. Must demonstrate maturity, caring and gentle attitude toward pa-
tient/caregivers. Current Florida Drivers' License, current auto insurance, and
reliable transportation are required.


Family Support Counselor
Full-time for the Jefferson/Madison/Taylor counties interdisciplinary team.
Must have a Master's degree in social work or related field. Two years of
hospice experience preferred.


Volunteer Coordinator
Full-time in Jefferson, Madison & Taylor counties, base in Perry. Must have at
least 2 years experience working with volunteers and/or experience in public re-
lations, communications or a related field, A bachelor's degree and experience
in a health care setting are preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication
skills, including public speaking are required.

Great Benefit Package!
Interested candidates can apply in person at 205 N Mulberry Street,
Monticello, FL 32344 or by faxing a resume to: (850) 575-6814 or
Apply on-line at: www.bigbendhospice.oory
EOE/DFWP/ADA.,
Smoke Free Workplace


iDeadline For Classifieds (850) 975,4141 5:50 p.m. Every Monday


Medtronic has pulled its Sprint Fidelis defibrillation leads from the market
after fractures in the leads were linked to five patient deaths. Patients
with these leads may have received a warning letter from the manufacturer.
A fractured lead "can cause the defibrillator to deliver unneces-
sary shocks or not operate at all."
If you have a Sprint Fidelis lead, your Patient ID card should contain one of
the following four sets of numbers:
6930 6931 6948 6949
(These numbers may be shown at the beginning of a longer set of numbers on your ID cord.)
In addition, the St. Jude Riata defibrillator lead has been reported to
punch holes in the heart and has been linked to at least
one death.
YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO
MONEY DAMAGES
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FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
OBATE DIVISION

File No. 2007-63-NT


TWICE OF TRUST


Arthur Norelius, a resident of Madison County, Florida, who died on June
30, 2006, was the grantor of a trust entitled: THE NORELIUS FAMILY TRUST dat-
ed July 30,1998, which is a trust described in Section 733.707(3) or the Florida Probate
Code, and is liable for the expenses of the administration of the decedent's estate and
enforceable claims of the decedent's creditors to the extent the decedent's estate is in-
sufficient to pay them, as provided in Section 733.607(2) of the Florida Probate Code.
The name and address of the trustee are set forth below.
The clerk shall file and index this notice of trust in the same manner as a
caveat, unless there exists a probate proceeding for the grantor's estate in which case
this notice of trust must be filed in the probate proceeding and the clerk shall send a
copy to the personal representative.
Signed on May 30th. 2007.
JEANETTE NORELIUS
Trustee
327 NE Cherry Lake Circle


Copy mailed to attorney
for personal Representative on
July 3, 2007.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Peggy Newman
Deputy Clerk

02/15/08, 02/22/08
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Madison, Florida 32340


S'S 55555


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MADISON COUNTY
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF File No. 2007-118-CP
HOWARD DOUGLAS HIERS, SR.


Deceased.


Division


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of HOWARD DOUGLAS HIERS, SR,
deceased, whose date of death was April 2,2007, File Number 2007-118-CP is pending
in the Circuit Court for Madison, County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 125 S.W. Range Street, Madison, Florida 32341.
The names and addresses of the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against deedent's estate on whom a copy of the notice has been served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OF 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims; or
demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OF MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice is February 15, 2008.

Attorney for Personal Representative: Personal Representative:
Barney Bivens, Esquire Barbara L. Hiers
Florida Bar No. 353035
1543 Kingsley, Avenue, #18-B
Orange Park, FL 32065
Phone (904) 264-3412/ Fax: (904)264-2456

02/15/08,02/22/08


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NOTICE: The Dietrici School Board of Madison Coun;i.
Florida., ill hold a public hearing on Tutsda. \1pril I5. 205). atl 6:it p.m. The
meeting ill be held in ihe School Board M'eline Room of the Superintendenl';
Office. 211, NE Dusal \ie. Madikon. rlorida.


SUMMONS By Publication

To: Johnny J. Brown

You have been sued by Valerie R. Brown the plaintiff, in the District Court in and for
Custer County, Idaho, Case No. CV-2007-167

The nature of the claim against you is for divorce.

Any time after 20 days following the last publication of this Summons, the
court may enter a judgment against you without further notice, unless prior to that
time you have filed a written response in the proper form, including the case number,
and paid any required filing fee To the Clerk of the Court at P.O. Box 385, Challis ID
83226 and served a copy of your response on the plaintiff, whose mailing address and
telephone number are: PO Box 138, Challis, ID 8326 (208) 833-6461 (old)
833 SE Bird Ave., Madison, FL 32340 (850) 673-1985 (new)
| A copy of the Summons and Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the Clerk
of the Court or the plaintiff, if you wish legal assistance, you should immediately retain
an attorney to advise you in this matter.


Date: 2111/08 Custer County District Court
By: Ruth Brewster
Deputy Clerk
February 22, 29, March 7, 14, 2008

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

MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs
DELMINA A. JOSEPH,
, IDefendant.


CASE NO:2007-581-CA


CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that under a Final Judgement of Foreclosure of
February 5th, 2008, in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the WEST door of the Madison County Courthouse, Madison,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on MARCH 6, 2008, the following described property: Lot
No. 10 of Norton Creek, a subdivision as per the plat thereof filed in Plat Book 2 Page
31-33 of the Public Records of Madison County Florida.


I Dated: February 7, 2008 .
02/15. 02/22


TIM SANDERS, Clerk of the Court
By: Ramona Dickinson, Deputy Clerk


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to SS 336.09 and 336.10, Florida Statutes, the Board of County
Commissioners of Madison County, Florida hereby gives notice that at 9:00 a.m. dur-
ing its regular meeting held March 5, 2008 at the Board of County Commissioner's
Room, Room No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street,
Madison, Florida, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider vacating, aban-
doning, discontinuing and closing certain roads located in Northeast Madison Coun-
ty, Florida, more specifically described as follows:

CYPRESS AVENUE from County Road 253 to the west line of the East
One-Half (1/2) of Section 33, Township 3 North, Range 9 East, in Lakeview Heights
Subdivision, recorded in Plat Book 1, Page "L," Public Records of Madison County,
Florida.

YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVEREND ACCORDINGLY.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with re-
spect to any matter 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 verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Dated this 13th day of February 2008.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA

BY: Mlien Cherrn. County Coordinator.

'11l inltrci-.Id parties nian appear at tlhi hearing and be heard regarding Lhik matter.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR MA
PRC

IN RE: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR NORELIUS,

Deceased.

NO'


Changes to Board Polics 2.21


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Stamrtonr AulhorirN: 1001.41. 1001.42
[FA PERSON DECIDES TO %PPE L '%NY DECISION MADE B 1 IHE BOARD.
WIN-1i RESPECT T TO A\N' LITTER CONSIDERED Ul THIS MEETING OR
HE %RING. HE/SHE \%,ILL NEED \ RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS. AND
FOR SUCH PURPOSE. HE/SHE ML\AI NEED TO ENSURE THAT \ \ ERB.AINI
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS M-l DE. tHICH RECORD INCLUDES
THE TESTIMONY% \ND E\ IDFNCE UPON ItlCII THE \PPE \L IS TO BE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION

HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION HI,

Plaintiff,
vs.
CASE NO. 07-572-CA

TEMPLE S. WALKER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
TEMPLE S. WALKER; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;

Defendant s)

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Madison
County, Florida, I will sell the property situate in Madison County, Florida,
described as:

START AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST, MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN RIGHT OF WAY OF SR S-360-A OPPOSITE STATION
171+64.5; THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES 04.7 MINUTES EAST 1 FOOT
TO NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SAID ROAD; THENCE
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 22 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE 50 FEET TO WEST SIDE OF A STREET/-
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES 04.7 MINUTES EAST 570.62 FEET TO SOUTH-
EAST CORNER OF LOT 8 AT POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 0 DEGREES 04.7 MINUTES EAST 80.5
FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
WEST 110 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 0 DEGREES 04.7 MINUTES WEST
80.5 FEET;, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
EAST 110 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING.
ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 8, OAK ESTATES, AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST, MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A
221 SW Arnold Street
Madison, Fl 32340

at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, At the west front doorsteps of
the Madison County Courthouse, 101 South Range Street, Madison, Florida 32340 at
11:00 a.m.. on March 11, 2008.

DATED THIS 11 DAY OF February, 2008.

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the Us pendens, must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Witness, my hand and seal of this court on the 1day of Feb 2008.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: RAMONA DICKINSON
DEPUTY CLERK
THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED-BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff

In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing a
special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the ASA
Coordinator no later than seven (7) days prior to the proceedings. If hearing
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