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Smoke billows out of a mobile home destroyed by
fire on Wednesday afternoon, October 29.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A blaze destroyed a mobile home, belonging to
Jimmy Sanders of Madison, on Wednesday afternoon,
October 29.
According to Madison Fire and Rescue Chief Al-
fred Martin, Sanders' nephew was at home when the
fire started at 135 SE Byrd Street. The fire department
was toned out at approximately 12:21 p.m. and arrived
at 12:24 p.m.
Please see BLAZE, Page 11 A

Fall Back at 2:00 A.M. on Sunday, November 2

Cowboys To.Square
Off Against Codby
On National TV
Page B1

Airund Madison

2 Sections, 26 Pages
5-8A Outdoors
12B TV. Guide
2B School
13B Sports


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New DOH Data Reveals County

Facing Health Challenges

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
During the Shared Services meeting
held on October 29, which included an
update on the Whole Child project that is
entering its final phase leading to imple-
mentation, Health Officer Kim Barnhill
introduced, some startling data to the
group. The 2008 County Health Status
Summary has just been released and
Madison County has dozens of .danger

To Avoid
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
According to the
Florida Highway Patrol
accident report dated
October 24 at noon, Ju-
dith H. Williams, 60, of
Neptune Beach was dri-
ving her 2003 Infiniti
Coupe eastbound on 1-10
near Greenville during
very severe weather.
Eisan Espinosa, 34,
of Tampa was driving a.
2003 Peterbilt trac-
tor/trailer in the adja-
cent inside lane, sending
a large amount of tire
spray onto Williams' ve-
hicle. In an effort to
avoid the spray she ac-
celerated to pass the
During the maneu-
ver, Williams hit a large
patch of water and lost
control of her vehicle,
veering sharply in front
of Espinoza's rig.
Williams' vehicle contin-
ued through the left land
and struck the metal
guardrail before spin-
Please see COLLISION,
Page 11A

In a six-page report divided into in-
dicators ranging from physical activity
to tobacco. to various chronic diseases,
Madison County ranked worse than the
state across the board, and at the very
worst level (Color Code Red or Level 4)
on most common issues. Stroke, heart
disease, obesity and breast cancer, for in-
stance, were all red flagged.
Other dreaded killers like lung can-
cer, diabetes and AIDS also topped the
Please see DOH, Page 11 A

Madison Resident

- Protests Proposed Park
By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A proposed park to help the community will do just
the opposite, according to a Madison resident. Linda
Jones told the Madison City Commissioners at their'
regular meeting October 14 that the park will only
cause problems.
"I live next door to that lot, and I have to pick up
trash in my yard every day" said Jones. She said young
adults walk through her .yard without permission.
"When I put up no trespassing signs, they tore them
down." If I tell them to leaire my yard, they curse at
Please see PARK, Page 11 A

Aikens Family Needs

Assistance Following Fire
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Travis and Katrina Akins lost the home they were
living in to fire last Wednesday afternoon, October 23.
The couple and their four children lost everything
in the fire.
The sizes for the family's clothing is as follows:
Travis, size 40 waist pants, XXL pants
Katrina, size 16 dress, Large pants
Ke'yanna (who turned 12 on October 23), wears
10/12 and a size nine shoe
Tremon (age 9), wears 14-16 boys and a size 5 shoe
Tione (age 4), wears 6X-7 girls' clothing and a size
11 children's shoe
Ta'nia (three months old) wears clothing for a 6-9
month old girl.
Please see AIKENS, Page 11A

"Teenie" Payne
100 Years

One hunr ars have
come and gone,
My, oh my, how my
family has grown,
From there to here,
from here to there,
Welch's, Welch's
On Saturday, Nov-
ember 8, let's meet at
Macedonia Baptist Church
and have some coffee, tea
and cake.
I'm looking forward
to my birthday bash. Your
presence is my present.
Please, no gifts or cash.
Four children, twelve
grandchildren, twenty-
six great-grandchildren
and 'three great-great-
grandchildren. Perhaps, I
think, we will need extra
We will have pictures
and memories to share
and I would really enjoy
it, if you were there.
Baptist Church
U.S. 90 East, Madison
2:00-4:00 p.m.
November 8, 2008
Alvera Rhoades, Alfred
Welch, Wanda Hodnett,
Dale Welch


"Integrity with Experience"


November 4 2008

Broncos Win Crown

Conference Championship

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In a recent conversation regarding Madison Coun-
ty football, this reporter was told that, "Winning is
contagious," referring to the fact that all three district
school football programs were undefeated. After wit-
nessing the Florida Crown Conference Championship
Game played October 28 at Boot Hill between Madison
County Central School and Baker County MiddleL .
School, it is this reporter's pleasure to report that the
winning virus was unleashed in epidemic propor-
tions, as the Broncos downed the Bobcats 24-8.
Coach Mike Ragans and his entire staff had the
players ready for the game, which they controlled
from whistle to whistle. In fact# were it not for an un-
likely bomb that caught the Broncos off stride just be-
fore the half, the game would have been all Broncos.
The scoring opened up with a long; run from scrim-
mage by Javarius Jones with 3:45 left in the first quar-
ter. Following a two-point conversion, the Broncos led
The Broncos maintained an exceptional rushing
game all night with Chris O'Hara, J. R. Bass and Deon-
shay Wells keeping the Bobcats on their heels. O'Hara
put up the second touchdown on a two-yard push late
in the second quarter, taking the score to 16-8.
The Bobcats then snuck in the above referenced Greene Publishingi Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
unlikely touchdown bomb less than a minute later Broncos' Coach Mike Ragans takes his hat off to his
with only 26 seconds left on the clock, although kudos team following their championship win that topped off an
Please see BRONCOS, Page 9A ..undefeated season.

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Friday, October 31, 2008

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To whom it may concern:
My Madelinea Bass and I just want to thank
the people that grow veg. and sell them here in the town
of Madison. They do a good job don't you thank? After
all, I wouldn't have any veg. to eat that's fresh with out
them. You see I live in an apartment and I really am

Ten Commandi
To: Editor, Greene Publishing
-My dearest friend Tyrra,
When a newspaper writes an editorial condemning
the sale of alcohol for its capacity to kill people, and
with the other hand accepts money to advertise, en-,
courage and promote the sale and ownership of M-16's,
I find this abstruse. I remember a commandment stat-

thankful for them, to take the time and money to grow
and bring them in to town so I can have some. Now I've
tried growing some, but it's not as easy as it looks. So,
thank you so much.

Madelinea Bass

ments Confused
ing: Thou shall not kill. I do not, however, remember one
that states "Thou shall not drink alcohol. Tyrra, should
I send this to Bembry? Maybe he'll get off his pedestal
and back on his ladder. .
Thomas Naugle
They know we're friends I guess

A Salute To Madison County Deputies

This is my country, land that I love. Madison Coun-
ty is the home that I love.
God saw fit to supply my soul with an earthly blood-
line of American Indian and Dutch/German on one
side and pre-revolution Scandinavian import on the oth-
er side. I was born in Florida and have lived in Madison
County for a little over five years, therefore, considering
myself to be a "naturalized" citizen of this county, with
full rights of expression.
At this time, I would express appreciation, admira-.
tion and commendation for some of our local heroes -
specifically those members of the Sheriff's Department
both current duty and past duty, the majority of whom,
I understand, have been, truly dedicated and serving
with integrity. We thank you, heroes, for being there for
us when we have needed you. .. .
Now, in addition to putting their lives on the line for
us as they have in the past. many of these deputies are
also putting their jobs on the line for us. They know the
truth about the crime rate in this county and the exag-
gerated, less than truthful political statements made by

Response to "Stand Firn
As a former resident, current tax property tax payer
and former employee of Madison County, I had the plea-
sure of working with both Mark Joost and Ben Stewart.
I had a great deal of respect for their dedication, in-
tegrity and abilities to serve the citizens of Madison
County When I read the article written by Mark Joost, I
was not only shocked, but felt shame, losing all respect
that I had had for Mark. I would like to respond to sev-
eral comments that were obviously made about the
Madison County Sheriff's Department.
First of all, I have been in upper management for
ten years, LEADING, at any given time more than one
hundred employees. Never would I have humiliated my
coworkers in such a public and judgmental fashion that
Mark has done. As a Captain, Mark should be the leader
and mentor to the deputies, investigators and correction
officers, sharing with them his knowledge and experi-
ence. Has he been doing this? There is an old saying,
"clean out your own backyard first". You are not the
only member of the Madison County Sheriff Depart-
It is not our place to judge the spiritual character of.
anyone. Only God knows the true heart of a man. To
make the,statement that "the church is merely another
part of their elaborate facade" was out of line. Anyone
running for a public office will need to go to the people,
be it the churches, town halls, official rallies or on the
streets. Even Jesus took his message to the people, no
matter where it led him.
The "cake extortion sales" was a direct insult to the
fine citizens of Madison County who took the time to
bake the cakes for the rallies. Knowing all three of the
candidates, I know none of them are independently
wealthy enough to pay for their campaigns. Anyone
wearing a candidate t-shirt, displaying a sign, or
bumper sticker has benefitted from the monies of the
"cake extortion sales" and other fund raising projects.
Mark, do you wear a Ben Stewart t-shirt? If so, then
you are a part of the "cake extortion sales".
As for the comment made about coworkers as being
"R.O.A.D", they have worked hard for many years, and
yes retirement time is near. Each time a deputy puts on
their badge and step into their patrol cars, they are
putting their lives on the line. It comes a time when
they become too tired and to stressed out. They have
seen it, done it and have the scars. They have missed too
many family functions, to many holidays, and other
events to serve the citizens of Madison County Some
have lost their spouses because of their dedication to
the department. Instead of making fun of them and la-
beling them, why not respect the service and dedication,
they have shown over the years. These very coworkers
that you so openly criticized and condemned would be
right there to protect your back if you were in a dan-

some people. These men know whom they would trust
with the leadership of their force and the security of
their own homes and families. They are in a position to
know as no one else could. Wouldn't we be wise to lis-
ten? ,
Where do we find our heroes? Most of all on the road'
protecting us, but also: while in uniform, standing with
the man of their choice.
Wearing a shirt supporting this man while off duty
at public functions.
Sitting in the dunking booth at a school behind this
man's sign.
Writing truth to the newspaper while having to pay
for the printing.
Thank you, men of the Sheriff's Department! I am
just one of many who arn really proud of you. You and
your fellow officers are our heroes. God bless you for
having the "guts" to take a'stand for what is right and
best for the future of our county I salute all of you!
Claudia Anderson'

1...Stand In The Gap!!!"
gerous situation regardless of the cold and cruel re-
marks you have made against them.
Many deputies who read the article knew exactly
the coworkers you were referring to as "goldfish hiding
under lily pads". Shame on you Mark, there isn't an "I"
in the word TEAM. Your actions in a leadership role
certainly haven't promoted team work within the de-
partment. Instead, your words are filled with condem-
nation and contempt which leads to chaos among the
employees as well as loss of respect for you. This should
not be the atmosphere of a stressful work place. This
only creates hostility and mistrust. You are not the only
deputy who has worked hard on cases. I sent all of my
supervisors to a class on Leadership, Conflict Resolu-
tion in the Workplace and Team building. I would glad-
ly donate the educational fees for you to attend these
You also referred to "poser", people or coworkers
who have all the candidate signs in their yards. I have
seen many yards displaying the signs. I certainly see it
as saying to the citizens of Madison County, "I am a pro-
fessional and will support the candidate who wins, I am
here to'serve and protect the people of Madison Coun-
ty". County workers should be publically neutral in the
political arena. Privately, they know who they will be
voting for. We all vote in private, behind a screen.
Another degrading comment you made was a direct
insult to the female deputies and correction officers. Fe-
males are expected to perform just as well as their male
counterparts. Perhaps you could share some of your ob-
vious excessive testosterone with the females and
maybe they could share their estrogen to balance out
your over abundance of testosterone.
Finally, the greatest insult to Madison County and
your coworkers was if you were sent to Eridu that
"Eridu may not be quite far enough from the stench!"
Again, shame on you Mark. How do comments such as
these help Ben Stewart's campaign when you have con-
demned not only your coworkers, but also the citizens of
Madison County? If you dislike the people you work
with so much, then why have you stayed in "the
To all the citizens of Madison County who will be
going to the polls on November 4th should ask, "Who,
will stand up and be a leader for your Sheriffs Depart-
ment? "Which candidate will b6 professional enough to
handle the poor performing workers and the malcon-
tents in a private manner?" "Who will best promote a co-
hesive, professional Department to better serve and pro-
tect the citizens?"

Connie Seals Ballek,
RN, CEN, EMT-P, Director Medical Care
Milton, Florida

Thank You, Farmers

I i

Why is our economy m shambles and why are we
just finding out about it after it became what the media
is calling catastrophic? Who can we blame? Oh, it is easy
to blame the politicos on either side. That's convenient.
No, we must blame ourselves for being apathetic, self-
serving and oblivious to what is happening around our
communities, towns, cities, state and nation. Ignorance
couple with apathy defeats the basic elements necessary
to hold our electedofficials to task. We, as citizens, must
take interest in the political process and study the elect-
ed officials and other political candidates. Otherwise,.
how can one even make any type of informed decision
as if the officials or candidates are even qualified in the
first place, or if they have been serving their con-
stituency in a manner that is fair, equitable and for the
interest of the community?
This brings to mind the article, "Stand Firm... Stand
in the Gap" on Friday, October 17, 2008 in the Madison
Enterprise-Recorder that so eloquently etches a sense of
honesty and courage, although atitimes a bit unrefined,
that should have should have stimulated even a political neophyte to
feel proud that there is an individual in our community
that has such a passion, respect and love for it. Although
many say what he wrote will be on his epitath, I double
it seriously He is a warrior and Christian, and I can't
but admire his courage to expose the pathetic nature in
many people, especially some who hold high level posi-
tions in government and society'He nailed it cold by us-
ing the magnificent noun "POSER." That word in itself
identified too many people in society who somehow fi-
nagled their way through political connections or by the
"Good-boy" network to attain positions for which they
are totally not qualified.J can paraphrase some of.the
statements like R.O.A.D. and gold fish under the Lilly
pads, but his essay speaks for it self.
I want to just say that I am proud, or now ever proud-
erthat I know. Captain Mark Joost. He is a leader and a
straight talker. I would take his opinion to the bank and
the way it looks with today's economic situation that
may be the only thing that I'll be able to bank. I believe
he was on target speaking aboit character, integrity and
experience when he addressed one of the candidates for
Sheriff. People must be informed and I hope his article
had stimulated many to look closer into the candidates'
and their credentials and qualifications. It will be clear
to them if they do.
I thought.that I'd paraphrase definitions from Mer-
riam-Webster, the Urban Dictionary and Wikipedia to
help start theinformation process. They are presented
below to define Courage and what exactly a Poser is.
Merriam Webster'
Courage is the ihental or moral strength to venture,
preserve and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty It im-
plies firmness of mind and will in the face of danger or
extreme difficulty, i.e., the courage to support an unpop-
ular cause. Synonyms are Mettle, Spirit, Resolution and
Tenacity They all mean to have the mental and moral
strength to resist opposition, danger, or hardship.
Urban Dictionary
Poser is someone who tries to fit into a profile they
aren't. They are people who try'to give off the impres-
sion that they are one thing when they are really anoth-
er. Also, a poser can be one who says they can do some-
thing that they can't. Or more commonly, a" poser is
someone who, when doing something successfully, takes
more than enough credit for it.
,Poseur (or "poser") is a perjorative term, often used
in the musical subcultures of punk, heavy metal, and
hip-hp to describe a "person who habitually pretends to
be something he is not." The term is used to refer to a
person who adopts the dress, speech and/or, manner-
isms of a group or subculture, generally for attaining
acceptability within the group, yet who is deemed to not
share or understand the values or philosophy of the
subculture. While this, perceived inauthenticity is
viewed with scorn and contempt by members of a sub-
culture, the definition of the term and to whom it
.should be applied is subjective and the subject of much
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-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity"
the miabison 6nterptris-Rccorver
Madison Recorder established 1865, New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
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All photos given to Greene Publishing, Inc. for publication in this
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are dropped off. Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for
photos beyond said deadline.

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Friday, October 31, 2008

Oiecopoints & Opinions

The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A

Think About Safety And

Health For Halloween
Halloween celebrations will take place this weekend,
whether you will go with the traditional trick or treat,
plan a neighborhood party or attend a community festi-
val; it's a time for fun. Regardless of your choice of cel-
ebrations, consider safety and health as you venture out
with children. The Consumer Product Safety Commis-
sion and the Food and Drug Administration offer safety
tips for parents.
Most of us don't think about safety when it comes to
costumes, but kids are injured every year. If you are
purchasing a ready- made costume, check for a label of
flame resistance. Whether it is a mask, wigs, or cos-
tume, a flame resistant label is not a guarantee the item
won't catch fire, but it does indicate it will resist burn-
ing and should extinguish quickly Costumes should be
short enough to prevent children from tripping and
falling. Be sure too, that children wear, sturdy shoes;
mom's high heels aren't safe for walking.
The CPSC also recommends you purchase costumes
that are light and bright enough to be clearly visible to
motorists. You may consider putting reflective tape on
everyone's clothing so they will glow in the dark and be
visible. Flashlights should be carried to light the way as
you walk down streets. Hat and wigs should be secure to
prevent them from slipping over children's eyes. Any
accessories should be soft and flexible. Asfor all of that
fluorescent makeup and color, the FDA has a list of safe
ingredients on their website.
Adults need to accompany young children while old-
er children should be given rules before they leave the
house. Children should always walk from house to
house, never go into a house and should be cautioned
against running between parked cars. Children should
only go to home where the residents are known and have
lights on as a sign of welcome. If you are expecting traf-
fic at your home, be sure to remove anything from your
lawn, steps and porch that might cause a child to trip. A
jack-o-lantern sitting on your porch can be illuminated
by putting a flashlight inside rather than a candle to
eliminate the possibility of a fire because costumes
might brush up against the flame.
As the traditions goes, kids usually end up with
quite a collection of candy by the end of the evening.
The FDA instruct children not to eat any
candy until you can take a look and toss any that doesn't
meet the safety test. For young children you may want
to also toss any that may stick in their mouths or be a po-
tential cause for choking. The thought of a steady diet
of candy for weeks doesn't appeal to, most parents so you
may choose to toss most of the candy and allow children
to eat one or two pieces each day for a limited time.
You can d'o some things to reduce the candy diet without
eliminating it altogether. First, maintain regular meals,
including dinner, before children go trick or treating. If
you host a fall party, you have control of the food and can
include snacks like popcorn, pretzels, fruit and veg-
etable chunks, punch made of fruit juices or cocoa made
with low-fat milk. A small bag of candy can go home
with each child at the end of the party.
When passing out treats,; Communicating for Health
suggests you use your imagination and think of alter-
natives to candy Look for individually wrapped snack
foods like nuts or raisins. Break open packages of
sports cards and pass out individual cards. Wrap pen-
nies or nickels in plastic and tie with a ribbon. You can
even buy large boxes of crayons and let children choose
one or two for their treat bag.
Common sense and planning ahead will help your
family celebrate a safe holiday weekend. For more in-
formation on healthful snacks and meals, contact the
Madison County Extension Service.

Legislating Morality

People in the national political picture as well as
the local political picture have bandied about the term .
"you can't legislate morality" lately What? If that is so,
then why do we have laws?
While it is a given that most people will not murder
someone else, there are laws against murder. I'm sure
that these laws do keep some who might commit mur-
der from killing anyone because they are afraid of the
The same thing is true with stealing, forgery, drug
dealing and possession, driving under the influence of
an intoxicating beverage or drugs, etc. While people
may be more prone to do these things, many don't be-
cause they are afraid of facing jail or prison time.
What do these laws do?
They legislate morality
As citizens who are 18 years or older, either born in
the United States, or who were born in other countries
and became citizens of the U.S., you have the privilege
to vote. Certain felons have had their voting privileges
revoked. People who are not citizens also do not have
the privilege that Americans hold dear to our hearts.
If you fall into the categories of convicted felon
whose voting privileges have not been restored, a citi-
zen of another country other than the U.S. (and not
holding dual citizenship) or you have not botheredto
register to vote, then don't even bother to complain
about the election results or pontificate on who or what
you think should be voted in. Only the right to vote
gives you that privilege.
When I go to vote in the general election, I will go
to the polls and vote my morals. I will vote for candi-
dates and issues that support my biblical view about
the right to life, family values (including marriage be-
ing between one man and one woman), separation of
church and state and the right to bear arms.
I'm voting to legislate morality If your morals are
different, vote however you want, but if you don't vote
or can't vote, don't complain.

Due to limited space, I'm just running a few pictures
from the past this week. These are from some of the
Y.E.S. Christ Youth Group activities, which I believe
were taken in 1995-96. If you recognize yourself in any of
these pictures, please let me know if your experience
had any impact on your life. You can write to me Sheree
Miller 1475 N.E. C.R. 150 Madison, Florida 32340 or call
me at 850-929-2487 or e-mail me at
Just let me know if you remember me and where you
are in your life now.
See You Next Week!

Myrtice Payne Passes Away

By Tyrra B Meserve

"WhoIs Your Least Favorite Celebnrity?"

Diane Hawkins

"Stephen Baldwin, be-
cause he's just not nice."

Jeff Nunley
"Ellen Degeneris, be-
cause she has a bad atti-

Amber Bethea
"Britney Spears, be-
cause she's been in so
much trouble, she can't
be a good morn."

Jamie Hurst
"Paris Hilton, because
she's really not hot."

Alfred Martin
"David Letterman, be-
cause I really don't like
his jokes."

And for all those
who answered but
wished to remain

"Sarah Palin"

I was
asked a few
days ago why
I never write
the Lee News
any more. If
the one who
asked that

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read my col-
umn she would have known the answer.
Those of you who do read it will remem-
ber how often I asked people to call me
with any news after, due to health prob-
lems; I could no longer go out to get in-
formation myself. And even when I
called- churches, town hall, individuals-
the answer was usually the same.
No one hadn't heard anything and
didn't call me when they did. Recently,
two people of the Lee Community-
friends of mine- passed away I found out
when their obituaries were published.
So, to the one who asked- there is your an-
swer. But you still will not know for you
don't read my column!
But I did hear this time that Myrtice
Payne passed away early Saturday morn-
ing, after many years of severe diabetic
problems, for her daughter called me.
Myrtice was for many years a dedicated
member of the Lee Senior Citizens Club,
Never missed a meeting until she finally
had to go into a nursing home. Even then,
on Lee Day her family made sure she
could sit in the Seniors booth and watch

as people
bought the
R.1ibls lap robes and,
Ramblms quilts which
She a the members
hThompson ad made.
Guest-Cohis t Myrtice will
be sorely
missed- my
sincere con-
dolences to her family
The club has dwindled to three mem-
bers now. With Teenie Welch practically
incapacitated following a fall a few
months ago and, my problems, Mary
Hamilton is still holding the club togeth-
er. Mary makes beautiful quilts and is
planning a -special one for Lee's Centen-
nial Celebration. Also, Teenie will be cel-
ebrating her 100th birthday during the
first part of November. On Saturday, Oct.
8, someone called me to ask where that
birthday was being celebrated- they had
gone to Macedonia Church for they had
been told to be there at four o'clock. I told
them I was quite sure Teenie's birthday
was in November so they laughed and
said they must be a month early. So I hope
you have a wonderful birthday, Teenie!
And I hope you all are enjoying this
beautiful weather following the nice rain
which was badly needed. I leave you with
the following thought: How can I demand
from the universe a reason for the bad
when I never demanded a reason for the

*I hate it when people throw gum on the floor and
you step on it.
*I hate it when someone starts to say something to
you and after saying "Hey," stops and then when you
ask, "What were you going to say?" they say, "Noth-
*I hate it when people slow down when the light
turns yellow, especially when you're in a rush!
*I hate it when people stare at you when you eat.
*I don't like when someone teaching you starts
fussing more than teaching.
*I hate it when people stare at your mouth when
you speak.
*I hate it when friends lay on my bed.
*I hope the Cowboys do better on national TV than
Lownides High did a few weeks ago. They only beat Val-
dosta 14-7. No wonder they are afraid to play the Cow-

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aw ftccicot & Reginal Crime

Friday, October 31, 2008

Former Property Association President

Charged With Grand Theft/Forgery

Madison County...

Ronald Jerome James VOP (county)
Latanya Shanelle Hammond VOP (county)
Eddie Roy Givens Lewd and lascivious act
Cynthia Ann Brown VOP (county)
Elzena Mae McKnight Inciting an insurrection
Kreshona Meshae McIntyre Disorderly conduct
Travis Dewayne Jay Driving while license sus-
pended, revoked or cancelled
Thomas Rainey Hall DUI, possession of mari-
juana less than 20 grams
Jarvis Lamar McQuay VOP (county)
James .Jacob Bussey VOP (circuit)
Eric Lequand Townsend Crimninal registration
(sexual offender), out of county warrant
Robert Wesley Dunn Criminal registration
Patricia Gail Scott Criminal registration
Adolpho Moreno Ramirez Interference with
custody, lewd.battery on a child
Frank James Terry Failure to appear (arraign-
Michael Eugene Briggs DUI, leaving the scene of
an accident, driving while license suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
Marvin Louis Thomas Failure to appear
Willie James Smith Forgery.
Gordon Demond Lewis Failure to appear (pre-.

Jefferson Journal
Staff Writer
The former property owners'
association president of the
Ashville Area Property Owners
Association (AAPOA) was arrest-
ed Oct 16.
Gail Joubert, 59, of Aucilla ,
Shores, was arrested by deputies,
and charged with grand theft
more then $20,000, and forgery.
Joubert's arrest stemmed
from a complaint received from
Sheppard Salter, present AAPOA
president, and Gerald Arundel,
present AAPRO road commis-
sioner. Salter and other Board
members discovered some unex-
plained transactions and wanted
them investigated.
Investigator Gerald Knecht
reported that the discrepancies
were found in transactions be-
tween 2003 and 2006, and Salter
couldn't find most of the finan-
cial records for those years. The
investigation revealed that un-

The Federal Bureau of
Investigation released sta-
tistics which indicated
that 7,624. criminal inci-
dents involving 9,006 of-

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known persons
had removed
the records.
The Associa-
tion had Capital
City Bank make
copies of checks
for 2004 and
2005 and a pre-
liminary review
of the checks by.
Salter revealed
numerous dis- .. .
As the inves-
tigation contin- Gall Joubert
ued, two board
members, President Gail Joubert
and Vice President Steve Weaver
became the focal point. Knecht
spoke with Weaver who was the
vice president in 2003-2004 about
the fraudulent checks. Weaver
said that he did sign checks for
Joubert but never saw any
checks that were suspicious.
Weaver reported that he had
a very unique signature and

fenses were reported in
2007 as a result of .bias to-
ward a particular race, re-
ligion, sexual orientation,
ethnicity/national origin,
or physical or mental dis-
ability Hate Crime Statis-
tics, 2007, published by the
FBI's Uniform Crime Re-
porting Program, includes
data from hate crime re-
ports submitted by law en-
forcement agencies
throughout the nation.
Hate Crime Statistics,
2007, includes the follow-
ing information:
Of the 7,621 single-bias
incidents, 50.8 percent
were motivated by a racial
bias, 18.4 percent were mo-
tivated by a religious bias,
16.6 percent were motivat-
ed by a sexual orientation
bias, and 13.2 percent were
motivated by an ethnici-

ty/national origin bias.
One percent involved a
bias,against a disability.
There were 5,408, hate
crime offenses classified
as crimes against persons
in 2007. Intimidation ac-
counted for 47.4 percent of
crimes against persons,
simple assaults for 31.1
percent, and aggravated
assaults for 20.6 percent.
Nine murders were re-
ported as hate crimes.
There were 3,579 hate
crime offenses classified
as crimes against proper-
ty; most of these (81.4 per-
cent) were acts of destruc-
The remaining 18.6 per-
cent of crimes against
property consisted of rob-
bery, burglary, larceny
theft, motor vehicle theft,
arson, and other offenses.

asked Knecht to verify that it
was his signature on the fraudu-
lent checks and when Knecht
compared Weaver's known signa-
ture to the signature on the
fraudulent checks, in Knecht's
opinion, the signatures were not
the same.
On Sept. 23, Joubert came to
the Sheriff's Office to talk about
the fraudulent checks and she
was read her Miranda rights, and
agreed to give a statement about
the checks.
Knecht showed Joubert the
documentation he had compiled
during the investigation and Jou-
bert confessed to writing the
fraudulent checks and forgoing'
Weaver's signature.
After reviewing the subpoe-
naed documents and interview-
ing Joubert, Knecht verified
$51,617.37 worth of fraudulent
checks Joubert had written.
She was arrested and bond
was set at $15,000. She bonded
out of jail the same day.'

Of the 6,965 known offend-
ers, 62.9 percent were
white and 20.8 percent
were black. The race was
unknown for 9.8 percent,
and other races accounted
for the remaining known
The largest percentage
(30.5 percent) ,of hate
crime incidents occurred
in or near homes. Also,
18.9 percent took place on
highways, roads, alleys, or
streets; 11.3 percent hap-
pened at schools or' col-
leges; 6.0 percent in park-
*ing lots or garages; and 4.1
percent in churches, syna-
gogues, or temples. The re-
maining 29.3 percent of
hate crime incidents took
place at other specified lo-
cations, multiple loca-
tions, or other/unknown


The 2008 Ad Valorem Tax Roll for Madison County, City of Madison,
Town of Greenville, Town of Lee, has been certified to us by the Property
Appraiser. Also, the 2008 Non-Ad Valorem Assessment Roll for Fire
Protection and Solid Waste Collection and Disposal has been certified to us
by the Board of County Commissioners. 2008 Ad Valorem and Non-Ad
Valorem Assessments are payable at:

229 SW Pinckney Street, Room 102, Madison, Florida
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
Phone: 850/973-6136


Nov 3 Dec 2, 2008 4%

Jan, 2009
Mar, 2009


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Apr, 2009

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Mrs. Luranie Arnold,
daughter of Willie Mae
Brinson, passed away Oct.
22, 2008.
Visitation will be held
at Cooks and Cooper Fu-
neral Home on Friday, Oct.
31, from 3-5 p.m.
Funeral services will
be held Saturday, Nov. 1, 11
a.m., at St. James Mission-
ary. Baptist Church in

Myrtice Hicks

Rye Payne
Mrs. Myrtice Hicks
Rye Payne, age 82, died on
Saturday, October 25,2008
in Tallahassee.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, October 28,
at 11 a.m., at Beggs Funer-
al Home in Madison with
burial at Corinth Ceme-
tery in Lee.
The family received
friends at Beggs Chapel on
Monday, October 27, from
6-8 p.m.
Mrs. Payne was born
on March 18,1926, in Mul-
berry She was the daugh-
ter of the late Ashley W.
Hicks and Hattie Kelley
She was a life long res-
ident of Lee. She was a
member of the Macedonia
Baptist Church. She
worked as a waitress and
at Dixie Packers, in addi-
tion to working in poultry
houses. She was a home-
maker who loved her
flower plants and loved to
She is survived by
three sons, Bobby Rye and
wife Annette; Benny Rye
and wife Lonette; and Bar-
ton Rye and wife Diane, all
of Lee; daughters, Betty
Hunter and husband
William of Vero Beach,
and Belinda Chason and
husband Carlos of Talla-
hassee; one brother, New-
ton' Hicks of Melrose; 17
grandchildren; 25 great-
grandchildren; and six
great-great grandchildren,
She is predeceased by a
daughter, Barbara Ann
Rye and her husbands,
Berry James Rye and Wal-

E.B. Brooks
Mr. E. B. Brooks, age.
83, died Sunday, October
26, 2008, to Madison.
Funeral services will
be Thursday, October 30, at
11 a.m., at Beggs Funeral
Home in Madison with
burial at Evergreen Ceme-
Visitation will be
Wednesday, October 29,
from 6-8 at Beggs Funeral
He was born in Double
Springs, Ala., to John and
Delia Brooks. He serviced
in the United State Army
during World War II. He re-
ceived a Purple Heart and
a Victory Medal. After the
war, Mr. Brooks returned
home and was a Brick Ma-
son for 60 years. He was of
the Pentecostal faith.
He is survived by his
wife of 65 years, Loreatha
Ownes Brooks of Madison;
Billy and (Nancy) Brooks
of Kerrville, Tex., Eddie
and (Carol) Brooks, and
Tony Brooks all of Madi-
son; four daughters, Bhr-
bara and (Jack) Wirick of
Monticello, Mary Presley
of Madison, Dyanri and
(Allen) Blanton of Madi-
son, and Cindy Brooks of
Madison; one sister, Ethe-
lene Bennett of Valdosta,
Ga.; three brothers, John-
ny Wilbum Brooks of
Tenn., Virgil and Thomas
Brooks of Valdosta, Ga.; 19
grandchildren; 32 great-
grandchildren; and one
He was preceded in
death by one brother, Al-
ford Brooks; three sisters,
Louise Hartley, Elsie
Berry, and Nelly Brooks;
two daughters,. Kathy
Eades Blake, Deloris
Brooks; one grandson,
Michael Eades; and a son-
in-law, John Presley

October 31, 1958
A 3c Freddie S Tuten, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam W. Tuten, has been assigned to Homestead
Air Force Base.
Mr. and Mrs. P.K. Rowell and daughter, Miss
Helen Rowell, spent Sunday in Tallahassee, vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher.
Mrs. Bill Burton of Coral Gables, en route
home from a visit with her parents in Lauren-
burg, N.C., was a visitor here the past week with
Mrs. PJ. Parramore and Miss Phillis Parramore.

November 3, 1978
Ms. Dorothy Pritchett of Hollywood is
presently spending a two-week vacation with
her mother, Mrs. Elesta Pritchett, in Greenville.
Pritchett is a 1971 graduate of Greenville High
School and is a 1976 graduate of Florida A&M
University School of Pharmacy She is currently
employed at Community Hospital of South
Broward in Hollywood.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gruber of Deerfield
Beach visited with their cousin, Mrs. Catherine
Littleton recently Mrs. Gruber, a former fashion
designer for Marshall Field and other firms, de-
signed a "Linberg" hat for former first lady, Mrs.
Calvin Coolidge.
Mr. Tollie Dale, Mrs. Will Brinson and Mat-
tie Brinson Dale were visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L.G. Leslie Sunday afternoon in Carra- '

Patricia Anne

Hazen Blanton
Patricia Anne Hazen-
Blanton, passed into her
eternal home on Wednes-
day, October 29,2008 in
Funeral services will
be Saturday, November 1 at
11 a.m., at Beggs Funeral
Home with burial at Mt.
Horeb Cemetery
Visitation will be Fri-
day, October 31, at Beggs
Funeral Home from 6-8
Mrs. Blanton was born
in Miami on August 5,
1939, to the late Pascal M.
Chandler and Erin Lydia
Hodges Chandler. She was
retired from Picadilly's
Restaurant in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Blanton came to
Madison in 1968 with her
late husband, 'Roy J.
Hazen, where they owned
and operated "Twin Oaks
Grocery" on Highway 90
for many years. Mrs. Blan-
ton was a member of Lee
United. Methodist Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Sharonh D. Blan-
ton of Madison; one
daughter, Lisa (Boutot)
and (Kessler) Gaston; one
granddaughter, Andrea G.
Gaston; one great-grand-
daughter, Dixie J. Gaston;
eight stepchildren, Sandy
J. and (Mark) Arthur, Lan-
ney Roy Hazen and son
Steven L Hazen, Venus
Cochran and children,
Timothy and (Tonja) Blan-
tori and children, Jerry
Blanton and children,
Ernie Blanton and chil-
dren, Pamela and (Rich)
Paquette, Candace Roberts
and children; two sisters,
Judith Langston of Ox-
ford, Ga., and Marsha L.
and (Jerry) Mobley of
Murphy, N.C.; and many
aunts, nieces, nephews and
She was a friend and
mother to many and will
be greatly missed.


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President and Vice President
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State Senator District 3
Precincts 3,4, 9, 10.4, and 10.A

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Madison County Sheriff
Opie A. Peavy ,
Precinct 1
Justin Hamrick

November 1
The Pinetta Volunteer
Fire Department will be
hosting a Political IRally (5
p.m.) and Chicken N' Rice
Supper (4 p.m.) with big
yard sale (8 a.m.) at the
Pinetta Fire Department
On November 1. For more
information, please call
(850) 929-4633 or (850) 929-
November 1
The William Miles
Hunter family reunion
will be held Saturday, No-
vember 1, in the Nellie
Ely's Kitchen located at
the Stephen Foster Memo-
rial in White Springs. If
you are related or even
think that you are, you are
cordially invited to the Re-
union at Stephen Foster
Memorial in White
Springs, Fl. Beginning at
11 a.m. until Noon will be
socializing. Noon time un-
til appror 1 p.m., will be a
covered dish lunch, and 1
p.m. begins the business
meeting to discuss general
discussion genealogy.
November 1
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church will be hosting its
annual Bazaar from 8
a.m.-12 p.m. The church
will have a huge yard sale,
parsons pantry with
homemade cakes, pies,
cookies,. pickles, jellies,
crafts and more. The
church is located one
block north of Base Street
on N.E. Horry Ave.
November 2
Lee First Baptist
Church will be celebrat-
ing Homecoming on Sun-
day, November 2. Sunday
school will be from, 10-
10:30 a.m. Morning wor-
ship will be from 10:45 to.
11:45, and Rev. Dennis
Draper will be, the guest
speaker from 11:45 until
12:30. Lunch will be held
following the morning ser-
November 6-9
Madison County's
biggest gospel music event
will take place Thursday-
Sunday, November 6-9, at
Yogi Bear's Jellystone
Park in Madison. Sched-
uled to appear is the
Bradys, Naomi And The
Segos, Jeff Treece Band,
The Old Paths, The Gibbs
Family, The Reflectsons,
Stephen Jones, Southern
Joy, Redeemed Trio, Pure
Heart and. VictorySong.
Sunday morning chapel
service features the Re-
flectsons and guest speak-
er Dale Thigpen. Tickets
are $10 at door or advance
pass for all three nights
for $25 (special ends he-
fore Thursday night's con-
cert). For more informa-,
tion, please visit

www. north-floridacon- or call (850) 464-
November 9
The Gibbs Family of
Titusville will be in con-
cert at Sirmans Baptist
Church on Sunday
evening, November 9, at 6
p.m. Admission is free, but
a love offering will be re-
ceived during the concert.
November 10
Come out and enjoy
Bingo and a Spaghetti
Dinner on Monday, No-
vember 3, from 5:30-8 p.m.,
at Lee Elementary School.
Dinner will be $5 includ-
ing Garlic rolls, Tea or
Lemonade and' desert.
Please come out and join
the PTO for good food and
exciting prizes.
November 14-16
The MCHS class of
1998 is planning its 10-year
reunion on November 14-
16. For more information
on this event, please email
the reunion committee at If
you have information on
any of the class mates,
please contact the commit-
November 15
The MHCC's Remote
Control Car Club Presents
the Clash of the RC Cham-
pionship on November 15,
at Vallotton Park. For
more information, contact
Andre Newson at 259-5437.
November 16
Jeslamb AME Church
will be observing its an-
nual homecoming wor-
ship service on November
16, at 11 a.m. The guest
speaker for the day will be
minister Judy Hill. Rev.
-Deborah Warner is pastor.
Every Tuesday -
The-Diamonds i- the
Ruff Adoption Program
at the Suwannee Valley
Humane Society is open
every Tuesday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. It is located on 1156
S.E Bisbee Loop Madison
FL, 32340. For a healthy
lifestyle, adopt an animal
and they will make your
life more fulfilled. For
more information, o0 di-
rections, call (866) 236-
7812 or (850) 971-9904.
Every day Except
The Senior Citizens
Center offers computer
classes to seniors 60 and
older everyday except
Tuesday. For more infor-
mation or to, sign up,
please call (850) 973-4241.
Third Tuesday of
.Each Month
The Greater Green-
ville Area Diabetes Sup-
port Group is a free edu-
cational service and sup-

port for diabetes and
those wanting to prevent
diabetes. The group meets
the third Tuesday of each
month at the Greenville
Public Library Confer-
ence Room at 312 SW
Church Street, Greenville,
11 11:30 a.m. Everyone is
Every Wednesday
and Friday
The Senior Citizens
Center's sewing club to se-
niors 60 and older meets
every Wednesday and Fri-
day For more information
or to sign up, please call
(850) 973-4241.
Third Wednesday of
Each Month
The Madison County
Health Education Club is
holding a free educational
service and support group
for people interested in
preventing or controlling
diabetes,, high blood pres-
sure, elevated cholesterol
levels, obesity, and other
chronic health condi-
tions. The club meets the
third Wednesday of each
month. at the Madison
Public. Library Confer-
-ence Room at 378 NW Col-
lege Loop, Madison, 12:15 -
12:45 p.m. Everyone is wel-
come to bring their own
Third Wednesday of -
Each Month
The Madison County
Diabetes Support Group
is a free educational ser-
vice and support group
for diabetes and those
wanting to prevent dia-
betes. The group meets
the third Wednesday of
each month at the Madi-
son Public Library Con-
ference Room at 378 NW
College Loop, Madison,
11:45 a.m. 12:10 p.m.
Everyone is welcome is
bring their own lunch! De-
tails: contact Marcia
Kazmierski at (386)-752-
2461 or Lorraine Miller at


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Gazlay Book Debut Teaches With Laughter

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Gary Ga-
zlay has
lished an
al reputa-
tion in
for 34 years of contribu-
tion to education and mu-
sic. Currently teaching in-
strumental and general
music at the Central
School, Gazlay now adds
'Author" to his resume
with the publication of his
new book, Meaningless
Catching the reader
somewhere between the
timeless musings of a for-
tune cookie and an intelli-
gent silliness, the book is
designed to make the read-

er stop, think and say,
"What?" and in doing so,
leave a brief, humor-
ous thought or two be-
Built around ten
chapters, which Gazlay
creatively calls, "Chat-
ters," consist of titles
like, "The nothingness
of all essence" and "The
memories of tenderness
least remembered." In
total, the thoughts of the
author are delivered
through 1001 meaning-
less statements, which ac-
cording to statements on
the book website, "are not
intended to make any
sense but will hopefully.
make you laugh."
Gazlay gave praise to
his longtime friend, Rob
Simpson, for his contribu-
tion to the creation of the
book, based on an academ-
ic experience Simpson en-

countered year's before
with a professor that was
always trying to "use big
words." Gazlay also
praised Simpson's wife
Connie, and gave huge
thanks and love to his own
wife Betty Gazlay as his
partner in inspiration.
"Rob had constructed a
sentence with enough fan-
cy words that did not make
any sense at all but com-
pletely placed his profes-
sor's brain on overload in
his attempt to decipher the
meaning of Rob's ques-
tion. Meaningless Sense
was inspired from Rob
sharing his experience
with me." Gazlay explains.
He added, "Over the
years. remembering Rob's
experience, I began mak-
ing up sentences that did-
n't make any sense at all
and used them in greeting
cards for different occa-
sions. My primary pur-
pose for writing Mean-
ingless Sense Was to
make people laugh, and
most of the time the de-
siredeffect was achieved.

I also believe that reading
words that don't make any
sense will help clarify the
real truth when it is read.
Here are a few excepts
of Meaningless Sense:
'An ultimatum given
in jest may sacrifice the
previous frustrations of
those who seek intemper-
"Daydreaming today
may change the nighttime
of those who appreciate
Gazlay closed in say-
ing, "My wife, Betty has al-
ways encouraged me to
publish this 'craziness' for
others to read and possibly
give them the opportunity
to laugh. So my wife is to
blame for what you will be
* Gazlay's book may be
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reached at Michael-

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Madison Man Named "Most-Loved" In Hamilton County

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Retiring Circuit Court
Judge John Peach has pro-
vided years of wise ver-
dicts, but perhaps none
was so. deliberate and
forthright as announcing
that Dr. Fred Mickler is the
"'most-loved man" in
Hamilton County After 48
years of dedicated service,.
at times the only physician
in the county, Mickler has
been more than a doctor to
the folks of Jasper; he is
part of the history of
Peach added, "Dr.
Fred's done more good in
Jasper, being it on schools
activities or by being a pil-
lar of the church. But his
greatest attribute, I think,
is that Dr. Fred always
finds good in everyone ...
even if it's a h#!* of a
Mickler's friends
agree. Throughout Madi-
son County where he grew
up and Hamilton where he
works, wherever he goes,
he is greeted with joy and
hugs. He still recognizes
virtually everyone by
name, just another quality
that makes him so appreci-
ated. As the doctor to the
football team for 44 years,
he was more fan than
Of course, Dr. Fred has
a few faults, but even his
faults are more nostalgic
than naughty. For in-
stance, he loves checkers
to a fault and plays the
game like a machine,
rarely missing an opportu-
nity for a game at Barney's

Barber Shop. Peach laugh-
ingly accused Mickler of
leaving him freezing in the
exam room while he fin-
ished up a checkers game a
time or two.
Over the years, Mick-
ler delivered 989 babies.
The very first delivery
took place his first day on
the job in Jasper and the
parents later named the
boy, "Frederick Mickler
Riley" Years later his
namesake came to meet
him and Mickler immedi-
ately recalled the date of
his birth. Again, he has a
phenomenal memory for
names, including his pa-
tients, relatives and the
dates of key events.
Mickler was born Jan-
uary 14, 1924 in Madison.
His father, "the best man I
ever knew, Mickler de-
clares, had a dry-cleaning
busiliess and his grandfa-
ther was one of the first
doctors in Lee. Mickler re-
called a happy childhood
in .a family that ate all
three meals together. His
mother was the youngest
of 12 children and his dad
the second of four, so he
had 41 first cousins grow-
ing up whom he loved to
Mickler played all
sports and was captain of
all three teams. In a class
of 35 (17 are still living) he
became valedictorian. Af-
ter one year at Vanderbilt
University, he joined the
Air Force and was a bom-
bardier on a B-24. On a
troop train to Miami*
Beach, his friend, Jim
Sledge from Monticello,

Wee Love Firemen
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Never too young to appreciate a big red fire truck,
Wee Folks' wee folks were treated to a surprise visit
from the Lee Fire Department on Friday, October 17.
Watching .as they showed off hoses, flashing lights and
multi-cubbies to put equipment in, the only thing miss-
ing from Laura's Wee Folks fire day was a Dalmatian sit-
ting up front.
Little eyes were glued to the fire fighters are they
displayed the equipment they use to save lives. From
hoses to ladders, hatchets to masks, not a cubby was left
unopened for the little spectators. Making their rounds
'round the truck, the firemen even posed for pictures
with their wee hosts. Squealing with delight, some were
even lucky enough to sit atop the truck that hopefully
they will never see pulling into their driveway for any-
thing other than a quick visit.
A very special "Thank you" for dropping by goes out
to Fire Chief Scott Singletary and Firefighter Frank
Wyno. It was great to see the truck!
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be reached at


Greene Publishing, Inc., Photo by Tyrra B Meserve, October 17, 2008
Fire chief Scott Singletary shows the Wee Folks
where fire fighters store their equipment.

told him to move to Monti-
cello and to date Julia Pat-
terson. He fell in love with
her sister Bev instead.
Fred wrote poems to
Bev all their married life
and during the war, he
wrote her everyday. He
playfully remarks, "She
wrote me faithfully too,
every two weeks." Later
Mickler added, "She said
she fell in love with me
through letters from
across the sea."
When he got home
from the service he court-
ed Bev every night, once
riding his bicycle 30. miles
to see her. They were mar-
ried in 1947. He was ac-
cepted into the pre-med
program at Emory Univer-
sity He made it through
school on the GI Bill and
his father's faithful
checks. For two years he
sold Similac while waiting
to be accepted to Emory
Medical School. He in-
terned in Greenville, S.C.
and did his residency in
Columbius, Ga. Mickler.
was then offered several
practices, some of which
would have been very lu-
crative, but what ultimate-
ly drew him to Jasper, a
small town in a poor coun-
ty supported mainly by its
tobacco crop, was that they
needed him.
Mickler says he's re-
tired four times. After pri-
vate practice initially, he
came back to work at the
Hamilton Corrections in-
stitution and then in the
Hamilton County MIemori-
al Hospital emergency
room and lastly at the
Health Department. The
local undertaker, Cleve
Roundtree, complained,
"Dr. Fred, since you've

come to town, times have
been hard. Can't you let
some of your patients slip
by and help my business?"
When Hamilton County
High School built a brand
new baseball field they an-
nounced at the Citizen of
the Year dinner that the
field would be named the
Frederick T. Mickler Base-
ball Field.
Mickler is named for
his father and his first son
Rusty is the third and'
Rusty's son Troupe is the
fourth. Troupe has
promised his son will be
the fifth, Mickler's two sis-
ters still live in Madison.
Sister Frances Sanders
can't hold back the tears as
she proclaims, "Frederick
was always my big brother.
I'm proud of him."
Ann Morrow Hamrick
adds, "My hero, and oh so
handsome in his uniform."
Mickler's children,
Rusty, Sam, Duchess, Ben,
Bill and Jonathan, adore
their parents, most recent-
ly helping them sell their and move to
Advent Christian Village.
Bev needed more care and
moved to the nursing
home. After 61 years of
Bev by his side, Mickler
now sleeps alone. -He
makes the best of -it
though, joking that since
Bev has adjusted so well,
and doesn't miss him, she
kind of hurt his feelings.
Dr. Fred has a new goal
now though, to meet all 800
residents of Advent Chris-
tian Village and to learn
their stories.
In The Dean's Watch,
by Elizabeth Goudge, .
Miss Montag.ue is' .de- .
scribed as, "Those upon
whom her eyes rested im-

mediately thought the
world of themselves, for it
was obvious that she saw
with one glance all the
good in him." That is Dr.
Fred Mickler's secret. A
life so well lived that
everyone loves him.
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael-

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Alfonso "Coot" Hudson, Sr. Turns 97

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Hudson family shared
details of the 97th birthday of
Madison resident, Alphonso
"Coot" Hudson, Sr. with this re-
porter recently His granddaugh-
-ter, Allison Hudson, who is cur-
rently a newspaper editor in
Louisiana, provided the follow-
ing observations. Well versed,
her comments are offered here
without change.
"Unlike the year of 1911
when Hudson was born, today we
drive and fly everywhere, we talk
on cell phones, and chat over the
Internet, but back in 1908, life
was a lot slower. When Hudson
was born the average life ex-
pectancy was 47 years. Only 14
percent of homes had a bathtub,
and only eight percent of homes
had a telephone. According to sta-
tistics from the World Encyclope-
dia, there were only 8,000 cars
and only 144 miles of paved roads
in the United States. The maxi-
mum speed limit in most cities
was 10 miles per hour. More than
95 percent of all biiths took place
at home, and the average wage in
1908 was 22 cents per hour.
Now, a hundred years later,
the United States life expectancy

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New Orleans) share some good times at Lake Park Nursing Home daughter Allison Hudson (of New Orleans, La.) visit at Lake Park
celebrating his birthday. Nursing Home in Madison.

rate is 78.1 years for babies born
in 2006. Almost all roads are
paved, and every 'home has a
bathtub, and over 80 percent of
homes have telephones. ., The
maximum speed limit for almost
every city is 70 miles per hour,
and for the first time in Hudson's
life, an African-American man is

running for President.
Hudson was born on Oct. 27,
1911. He married Bettie Lee Hud-
son *in 1934 until Bettie was
called home to be with God in
October 2002. They were mar-
ried for 68 years, and to that
union five boys were born: Tony
(deceased), Bishop, Lemmie,

Cary, and Alphonso Jr. Hudson
has a host of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, and great
great grandchildren.
Hudson now resides at Lake
Park Nursing Home in Madison,
and still has a' great memory.
Hudson's granddaughter, Alli-
son, wrote this article. Allison

currently is the editor in chief
for The Donaldsonville Chief
newspaper in Donaldsonville,
La: She just recently graduated
from Xavier University of New
Orleans, and spends every
chance she gets to travel down to
Madison to visit with her grand-

The Case Of The Burning Fishbowl

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A nondescript fish-
bowl, picked up at a Wal-
Mart years ago, nary a
threat to anyone, has now
started causing fires. Not
just once, but twice. If not
for the luck of catching it,
right in the nick of
smouldering time, what
destructive forces lay be-

hind this bowl of glass
and how much damage
could it do?
It all started a couple
of months back when
Thelma Pride's daughter
brought in a small aquari-
um to replace the fish-
bowl of bld. In the tank ,.
came a small baby fish,
whose days, tragilly,
were numbered. When the

guppy expired, may he
rest in peace, Pride set the
bowl outside on the deck
to clean. Getting late in
the day, she saved the task
for the following morning
and retired to bed.
The 'next morning,
sL.arry Pride stepped out-
onto the back deck of his
house and noticed smoke.
There sat the innocent
enough looking little fish
bowl in the morning sun,
burning a hole in a carpet
and the wood railing of
the porch.
"Thelma," Larry
Pride alerted, "the fish-
bowl is catching the deck
on fire!"
Thelma asked Larry
. to move the fishbowl as
she called the press.
"You're not going to

fanciful ghost stories,
things that go bump in the
night. Some, however still
might wonder, is there
something more to the
fishbowl that started set-.
ting fires, right before All
Halo's Eve, or is it simply
a trick of the light. -
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Meserve can be reached at

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harmless in the afternoon sun.

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this reporter. "My fish-
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Camera in hand, this
reporter was sent to 151
SW Altoona Trail, and
Pride answered the door.
Stepping into the living
room, nothing seemed out
of the ordinary as the
new aquarium sat on its
pedestal, happily bubbling
fresh water about for the
fish inside.
"It's out back," Pride
informed, walking past
the aquarium and open-
ing the back door.
There, resting in a
metal gardening wagon,

was the fishbowl, with the
plastic wagon cover smok-
ing beneath it. A prism of
light shown through the
glass onto the mat, con-
densed into a fine, flaming
pinpoint. Smoke rose up
in tiny tufts, swirling in
the afternoon light.
Sure, the astute might
say, one of a youngster's
first science lessons on the
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glass can easily be turned
into a fire starter with a
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go out to BobcaL Quarterback Corey
Lawler and receiver Trey Moseley for
the execution.
The third quarter began slowly, with
neither team getting much from it for
about six minutes of the eight-minute
quarter. Then the cold night gave way to
the Bronco fire again, as the defense
kept the pressure high and the offense
continued to get first downs.
The final score came with 2:05 left in
the fourth when J. R. Bass intercepted a
pass and returned it from mid-field to
give the Broncos a 24-8 lead that would

cont from page 1A

hold up until the final whistle blew leav-
ing the Broncos the 2008 Florida Crown
Conference Champions.
Principal Sam Stalnaker, along with
his staff and hundreds of fans rushed to
congratulate the team and coaching
staff. In a very emotional ceremony a
few minutes later, Stalnaker presented
the winning trophy and conference
plaque to Ragans, expressing his pride
and praise for the undefeated season.
Michael Curtis can be reached at

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
Chris O'Hara gets his head down and shoulders square for those extra yards that
led to the Broncos undefeated season.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
J. R. Bass carries the ball late in the game for the Broncos.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
The Bronco team captains stand ready for the coin toss. Pictured left to right, Ger-
ard Brown, Marcus Moore, Morgan Carter and J. R. Bass would go on to lead the Bron-
cos to the Florida Crown Conference Championship.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
The Broncos fought for every yard and every minute, here calling timeout with only
a tenth of a second remaining in the first half just to get in one more play.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
The Bronco Band drum line kept the winning beat as the Broncos defeated the
Bobcats to win the 2008 Florida Crown Conference Championship.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, October 28, 2008
The Broncos Band is in a championship league of their own under the instruction
and care of Gary Gazley.

10 A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Friday, October 31, 2008


By Kristin Finney
"Come, now is the time to worship!" The definition of
worship is to do something with adoring reverence or re-
gard. Sunday morning service was filled with adoration
and celebration of God. Service began with Amy Robin
son singing "Voice of the Savior." This was followed by
Will Rutherford saying the offertory prayer The Worship
Choir then sang "Jesus, What a Savior You Are." Pastor
Farrell's message topic was "The Sons of Adam" from
Genesis 4:1-16. He also referred to Hebrews 11:4, 12:24, and
-,. -.r .." ,1 :.'- ".":' 1 John 3:12. He told the story of Cain and Abel, Th Mur-
der and The Worshiper. He also talked about the fact that
your consequences allow you to see the worth in the good
things you acquire. Also that the earlier you are taught
things in the earlier you learn to obey them.
Sunday night was Family Night as well as Pastor Ap-
preciation Night. This time was filled with joy, rejoicing,
and praising God. The Seventh Day Slumber concert was
also Sunday night at Madison County Central School.
There were almost 200 youth and adults there to be a part
of this great time of fellowship.
Upcoming events at Madison First include: The Nita
McCillough Circle meets the fourth Monday of each
monthat 10 a.m in the church.parlor. This month they
will adjourA to Pizza Hut. New-members are more than
welcome to join. There will be a Fall Festival this Friday
1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. There will be food, games, door prizes,
and much, much more. All are welcome to attend! Opera-
tion Christmas Child has also began, the deadline for all
boxes is November 18. For more information call the
church office or get a brochure from the church vestibule.
This Sunday will be our annual High Attendance Sunday,
so invite you friends and wear your best cowboy attire.
Our goal this year is 200.
We would like to invite you to join us for our ser-
vices! Our worship schedule is as follows: Sunday School,
10 a:.m.-11 a.m., Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.-12 noon
and Sunday Evening Worship, 6-7 p.m. followed by youth
dinner and fellowship until 8 p.m. Wednesday evening
services begin at 6 p.m. for both the adults and youth and
lasts until 8 p.m.
God Bless!



By Jan White
Americans will soon elect the next President of the
United States. It's the first time in 80 years that a sitting
President or Vice President has not been a candidate for
So, no matter the outcome of the election, there will be
change a word we've heard much about this election year
from both political parties. In fact, we have already seen
We've witnessed in recent weeks what some in the
news media describe as an economic meltdown in U.S. fi-
nancialmarkets. One commentator Iheard said "banking,
as we know it, will never be the same." The past several
years, we heard reports of what could be called a climate
meltdown although there's debate even among the scien-
tific community as to proof of global warming. Some sci-
entists point to cycles of change based on data recorded for
The most alarming crisis in our country has occurred
during the past 50 or so years. There's documentation for
our moral meltdown as evidenced by the break-up of fam-
ilies due to divorce, the loss of over 42 million unborn to
abortion on demand, the court rulings permitting same-
sex marriage, and the flood of pornography in the media
and on the internet.
Chuck Colson has said, "If we're going to make any
change in American life, we not only have to attack the sys-
tems which are broken, but we have to change the habits,
dispositions, manners, and attituddes of the people. In oth-
er words, political reform has to be accompanied by moral
and cultural reform."
Like the sons of Issachar, described in 1 Chronicles
12:32, "who had understanding of the times to know" what
their nation of Isr'ael ought to do, we should be able to
know what America should do.
Shirley Dobson, Chairman National Day of Prayer, en-
courages Christians to do two things pray and vote. "In
light of the approaching elections, it is crucial that we re-
main in fervent prayer for our beloved land. The presi-
,dential race is especially important. The individual in-

stalled in the Oval Office in January 2009 will play a piv-
otal role in determining the future course of our country
"It is, therefore, imperative that people go to the polls
and elect a candidate whose leadership will reflect a moral,
principled perspective. We're living in serious times. Our
country is at a crossroads. The decisions of our elected of-
ficials will determine America's moral climate and na-
tional security for generations. We desperately need lead-
ers with courage and integrity to guide us."
Frank Wright, president of the National Religious
Broadcasters, believes, "To rightly pray for America, we
must pray from a foundation of understanding. To pray ef-
fectively, we must understand the times, understand our
need, and understand the spiritual condition of our na-
S ..tion."
P SChange starts with looking in the mirror. Christians
must obey 2 Chronicles 7:14, and "humble themselves, and
pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked .ways,
"-then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and
M ay the Lord fill your heart with love. heal their land." As Billy Graham has said, "To get nations
back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees."

Friday, October 31, 2008


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cont from page1A AIKENS

Jones cautioned the commissioners that the grown-
ups would take over the park, leaving young children
with no place to play "Use the money for something else.
I do not want this next door to my house," she said.
Mayor Myra Valentine responded, "Every intention
is our hearts was to do something good for the commu-
nity." She assured Jones that the board will consider her
viewpoint as they discuss the project. (The city has al-
ready used a' grant and some general funds to purchase
the lot at the intersection of Bunker and Martin Luther
In other business, the board approved a system for
announcements to be placed on the Community Infor-
mation Channel on Comcast. Any county church, orga-
nization or agency can bring announcements to City
Hall, and the information will be posted. Announce-
ments should be submitted two weeks prior to the event.
Brent Whitman appeared before the board request-
ing that his engineering firm, Madison Engineering, be
added to the list of contacts for projects which must be
bid. The board consented.
Following a presentation by Deloris Jones and
Michelle Brantley, the board approved a resolution rec-
ognizing November as Hospice Month.
The board began plans for the annual "Employee
Appreciation Dinner" and rescheduled their November
meeting to November 18 at 5:30 p.m.
Attorney Clay Schnitker reported that the owners of
Madison Heights Apartments have paid their city utili-
ties bill to avoid a lawsuit. Valentine commented, "It is
good that it is all cleared up."
The ,board announced that the Police Department
downtown Trick or Treat will run from 5 to 7 p.m. on
Friday, October 31.

cont from page 1A

The family has received some clothing, but is still in
need of home furnishings.
The family is currently staying with relatives. If
anyone, has any houses available for rent, please call Ka-
trinia at (850) 673-9472.
Cash assistance would also be appreciated and home
furnishings, clothing, and money can be dropped off at
the First Baptist Church in Madison.
Your prayers are all appreciated.


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ning and coming to rest on the north side of the roadway
among several small trees. ;
In an effort to avoid collision with the car, Espinoza
attempted to move right and then back left, but in the
process, the semi locked up and overturned on its left
side, causing both eastbound lanes of 1-10 to be blocked.
Units from the Madison County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, Madison County Emergency Medical Services,
Madison County Fire Department and the Greenville
Volunteer Fire Department assisted on the scene.
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Barnhill further stated that the health department
continues to launch programs to educate, and projects
to address, most of the problem issues, although many
of the source causes are volunteer behavior like smok-
ing and overeating. According to the report, which is
also available online at, even
crime stats were in the red zone, including criminal
homicide and suicide. Motor vehicle deaths and unin-
tentional injuries also ranked Level 4.
Due to the lower population of the county, numbers
are age and population adjusted. Despite the dire nature
of many of these numbers, many actually see these
numbers as inevitable. As noted, some are aggravated
by volunteer behavior and others have people- simply
saying, "Well, you're going to die of something.",
Fortunately the DOH mission and staff don't look at
the current conditions as fate or destiny that can't be
changed. Instead, ,they see it as a controllable, re-
versible scenario; including the targeted clean up of en-
vironmental hazards.
The Madison County Department of Health is locat-
ed just off MLK, a mile south of Base Street and can be
reached at (850) 973-5000 for. questions regarding ser-
vices and referral. Residents throughout Madison Coun-
ty are also urged to look for the Whole Child informa-
tion guide coming soon.
Michael Curtis can be reached at

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"The state fire marshal is investigating to see what
caused the fire," Martin said, "but we do know that it
was an accidental fire."
Martin said that his office has put Sanders in con-
tact with the Red Cross and the United Methodist Thrift
If you would like to donate to the Sanders family, you
can contact them at the home of a relative by calling
(850) 973-6984.

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Allen Cherry

Is Dedicated

To The

United Way
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Involved in the United Way for years,
Allen Cherry has seen up close how the
campaign dollars collected help local cit-
izens. Starting at Dixie Packers, Cherry
was impressed with the dollars being do-
nated and matched by employees and the
company. When a coworker needed help
with a family situation, is was United
Way that found a way to help.
"While I was working for Dixie Pack-
ers, they would get small groups of the
employees together during the campaign
drives to let, us know about the United
Way," Cherry said. "I was impressed how
much they were able to raise for Madi-
son's community. Employees would do-
nate, sometimes as much as $25,000 to
$30,000, then Dixie Packard, who was
owned by Winn Dixie, would match those
dollars. We'd end up raising as much as
70 to 80 thousand dollars that went di-
rectly back to Madison County agencies
that worked with those in need."
Working on the Allocation Commit-
tee, Cherry said that is where one really
gets to see where those funds end up. and
how they affect the lives of those United
Way helps.
"I. remember this one employee, she
had a relative who wasn't doing well,"
Cherry shared. "She didn't have any
money and she needed to go back to the
Mid West where she was originally from.
After talking to the United Way and
one of the agencies they work with, they
were able to get her a ticket back home to
be with her family. We got to see how
United Way helps the local community,.
as it went right back to an employee that
I had worked with."
A strong supporter of the United Way
of Big Bend, Cherry has worked with
the organization for over 15 years and
plans to continue for years to come.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be
SK reached at tyrra@greenepub-
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Susan and Harold Emrich stop in for a bite and a chat with a smiling Willy Gamalero at Ken's Celebrity

By Tyrra B NMeserve
Greene Publishing. Inc.
With the Ken's BBQ Benefit
Dinner for the United Way served,
it is time to thank all those who
took part once again. A fun event
that gets the community involved,
funds raised during the dinner
mean so much more to the agen-
cies that help those in need.
Anyone who heard showed it
seemed, the night of Ken's BBQ
Celebrity Night. Serving up hot
plates of BBQ dinners and cake on

the side, local celebrities shared
warnm-welcomes and lots of
laughs as they brought the meals
to the tables. Bringing even more
than just meals, funds raised at
this annual event go directly
back into the Madison County
communities, helping those in
-Thank you" once again goes
to Julius Hackett. Opie Peavy,
Jerome Wyche. Willy Gamalero.
Ted Ensminger, Don Ashley.
Allen Cherry, Janet Maier, Ed

Meggs. Kim Dickinson. Howard
Phillips and Roy Ellis for their
outstanding service, Ken's BBQ
staff for showing everyone the
ropes as they helped out, Susan
Hunter and Lynn Hanners for the
superior dessert coverage, Winn
Dixie for their donation and all
those who helped make this event
possible. Over $600 was raised, a
great step toward this yer's'goal.
Staff writer Tyrra B MAterve
can be reached at tyrra@greshep- 1


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The 1860 election of Abraham Lincoln as
President was the final trigger for secession.
Southern leaders feared that Lincoln would
stop the expansion of slavery into new states
as well as steer the course towards perma-
nent extinction. The Southern States, already
a minority in the House of Representatives,
was facing a future of becoming a minority
in the Senate and Electoral College against
an ever increasingly powerful North.
South Carolina was the first state to se-
cede from the Union. It adopted the "Declara-
tion of the Iimnediate Causes Which Induce

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the Constitution. Every alleged violation of
the Southern States' rights was related to
Before Lincoln was sworn into office, sev-
en states had already declared their secession
from the Union. They established a Southern
Government, the Confederate States of
America on Feb. 9,1861. They took control of
federal forts as well as other properties with-
in their boundaries.
They had little resistance from outgoing
president, James Buchanan, whose term end-
ed March -1, 1861. One quarter of the US
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which had been blocked by Southern Sena-'
tors before the war. These bills included the
Morrill Tariff, land grant colleges, a Home-
stead Act, a transcontinental railroad (the Pa-
cific Railway Acts), the National Banking Act
and the authorization of United States Notes
by the Legal Tender Act of 1862. The Revenue
Act of 1861 introduced the income tax to help
finance the war.
By Feb. 1861, seven Deep South cotton
states seceded: South Carolina, Mississippi,
Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and
Texas. These seven states formed the Confed-
erate States of America on Feb. 4,1861 with
Jefferson Davis as president and a govern-
mental structure closely modeled on the US
Within two months, four more Southern
slave states declared ,their secession and
joined the. Confederacy: Virginia, Arkansas,
North Carolina, and Tennessee. The north-
western portion of Virginia seceded from
Virginia, joining the Union as the new state
of West Virginia on June 20,1863. By the end
of 1861, Missouri and Kentucky were divid-
ed--each of them having a pro-Southern and
pro-Northern government. .
Remaining loyal to the Union were the 23
states of: California, Connecticut, Delaware,
Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New
jersey New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylva-
nia, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin.
During the war, Nevada and West Vir-
ginia joined as new states of the Union. Ten-
nessee and Louisiana were returned to Union
military control early in the war. The territo-
ries of Colorado, Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada,
New Mexico, Utah, and Washington fought on
the Union side. Several slave-holding Native
American tribes supported the Confederacy,
giving the Indian territory which is now Ok-
lahoma, a small bloody civil war
The Border states in the Union were West
Virginia and four of the five northernmost
slave states: Maryland, Delaware, Missouri,
and Kentucky.
Maryland had numerous pro-Confeder-
ate officials who tolerate anti-Union rioting in
Baltimore and the burning of bridges. Lin-

for troops. Militia units who had been drilling
in the North rushed toward Washington and
Baltimore. Before the Confederate govern-
ment realized what was happening, Lincoln
had seized control of Maryland by arresting
all the Maryland Government members and
holding them without trial.
In Missouri, an elected convention on se-
cession had voted to remain in the Union.
When pro-slavery Governor Claiborne E
Jackson called out the state militia, it was at-
tacked by federal forces. under General
Nathaniel Lyon.
After the Camp Jackson' Affair, an' inci-
dent of civil unrest in which Union military
forces clashed with civilians in St. Louis re-
sulting in the deaths of 20 people, Lyon chased
the governor and the rest of the state guard to
the southwestern corner of the state. The con-
vention on secession reconvened and took
power as the Unionist provisional govern-
ment of Missouri.
Kentucky didn't secede. For a while, it
had declared itself neutral. When Confeder-
ate forces entered the state in Sept.1861, neu-
trality ended and the state changed its loyalty
status, while trying to maintain slavery Dur-
ing a brief invasion by Confederate forces,
Confederate sympathizers organized a seces-
sion convention, inaugurated a governor, and
gained recognition from the Confederacy The
rebel government soon went into exile and
never controlled Kentucky
After Virginia voted to secede, Union sup-
porters in 50 counties in the northwestern
portion of Virginia voted on October 24, 1861
to approve the creation of the new state of
West Virginia. The majority of the voters had
voted against Virginias secession, although 26
of the 50 counties had pro-secession majori-
ties. About half of West Virginia's soldiers
were Confederate. This new state was admit-
ted into the Union on June 20, 1863.
Similar Union secessions were attempted
in East Tennessee, but were suppressed by the
Confederacy Jefferson Davis arrested more
than 3000 men suspected of being loyal to the
Union and held them without trial.
Now that the states had been divided into
North and South, it was not going to be long
until the first shot rang out across the land.

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An announcement paper of the 1860's stating that the Union has been dissolved.

and Justify the Secession of South Carolina
from the Federal Union" written by Christo-
pher Memmninger on Dec. 24,1860.
The declaration argued for the states'
right for slave owners in the South, but con-
tained a complaint about states' rights in the
North in a form of opposition to the Fugitive
Slave Act, claiming that Northern states were

surrendered to state forces by its command-
ing general, David E. Twiggs, who then
joined the Confederacy.
Buchannan stated, "The South has no right
to secede, but I have no power to prevent
Southerners began to resign their seats
in the Senate and the House. Secession later

1860 map showing the secession of the states.



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Jessica Galbraith's fourth grade social studies class is joined for their lesson by Commissioners Teagan Dunn, Gabrielle Aranda, Dalton Gramling, Zackery Peter-
yor Myra Valentine and Commissioner Jim Catron. son and Mayor Dorian Alberti listen closely to their office duties.

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"The strength of the nation derives
from the integrity of the home."
Known for their ingenious ways of
keeping students eager to learn, the
Madison Academy, along with Madi-
son Mayor Mira Valentine and Com-
missioner Jim Catron, have installed
students into positions of officials. Sit-
ting on their own board as Mayor and
commissioners themselves, these
young minds will be put to Work as
city government administrators,
learning the ins and outs of govern-
ment policies and the people behind
"Perhaps most important," Com-
missioner Jim Catron illuminated as
he introduced himself to the on-look-
ing students "is to remember that we
are here to serve, not be served."
Academy Mayor Dorian Alberti

and Commissioners Teagan Dunn,
Gabrielle Aranda, Dalton Gramling
. and Zackery Peterson all smiled and
nodded in agreement, as teacher Jes-
sica Galbraith listened approvingly to
some questions that were raised.
Savvy students, the board discussed
city government and how it works for
the people.
"To make a change," Catron con-
tinued," one must first start at home
on the local and community level."
Using a quote from Confucius,.
Catron illustrated the ripple effect of
people and their government, from lo-
cal up the chain to Presidential and'
their correspondence to4 each other.
Brought up were issues that both
pressing and timely, fall into the hands
.of officials for the people, by the peo-
ple and of the people. Noticing the im-
pact that each individual has on their
community, it is these local officials
that one meets and greets on an aver-

age day in life. These are the people
who make the changes, as they reside
next door, shop at the same grocery
and drop their tots at the same nurs-
ery Living within the community, the
common interest is the same, to make
the community the strongest, healthi-
est and most adaptive as possible.
"These officials are chosenfrom
the community," Catron explained.
"They care about the community be-
cause it starts at home."
As they say "Home is where the
heart is," and in this case, it is also
where the government sits, as well.
From Madison County named after
James Madison, to the City of Madi-
son, named after the founder Madison
Livingston, Academy students now
how a clearer view through the eyes of
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can
be reached at tyrra@greenepublish-

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Dalton Browning stands next to Mayor Valentine after
writing a letter asking her what her favorite part of being
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By Jacob Bembry
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"It's going to be a war," Head
Coach Frankie Carroll said of the
upcoming game against the Godby
High Cougars. "The game will
make both teams better. Hopefully,
it will propel us as we head into the
Carroll said that the Cougars,


coached by Shelton Crews, have a
great team.
"They are very fast on defense,"
he said. "Offensively, they can
score at any time."
Carroll was recently featured
in an article in a publication enti-
tled Get In The Game. The article
focuses on the 42 players who have
received scholarships under Car-
- roll's football tutelage.
Several of the players
have received their de-
grees. One of the players,
Geno Hayes, is in the
One former player -
Mikhal Kornegay is a
graduate assistant at
'" Florida State University,
where he graduated. Ko-
rnegay had been one of
the captains of the foot-
ball team at FSU during
his senior year.
Another player, Bobby
Hutchinson, is the backup
center at Clemson. He is
talking about' pursuing a
coaching career, thanks
to Coach Frankie Carroll
and Offensive Coordina-
tor Mike Coe.
Two of the Cowboys'
assistant coaches, Keith AS:

"Solo" Solomon and Jeremy "Bub-
ba Carroll, were former players
who were coached by Frankie Car-
In spite of any academic and
professional success, Frankie said
the thing he was proudest of, per-
sonally, was when 13 of this year's
players were baptized at Pineland
Missionary Baptist Church.

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The Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection's (DEP) Florida Green
Lodging Program designated 14 new prop-
erties this week, ranging from a modern
Miami tower to a seaside resort and sever-
al properties offering suites and extended
stay options, proving that green business
practices are gaining momentum through-
out the lodging industry The voluntary
state initiative provides the lodging indus-
try with free technical assistance, encour-
aging hotels and motels to adopt cost-sav-
ing "green" practices that reduce waste,
conserve natural resources and improve
the bottom line.
"We are pleased to see the Florida
Green Lodging Program growing at such a
rapid rate and applaud the 14 new desig-
nated properties for working towards a
sustainable future," said DEP Director of
Sustainable Initiatives Deas Bohn. "With
each new designated property; hotels, mo-
tels and bed and breakfasts are reducing
waste, conserving energy and protecting
Florida's water.resources."
The 14 new program members and cor-

responding statewide designation num-
bers are:
Beachside Resort and Conference
Center, Key West (291)
Conrad Miami, Miami (311)
Doubletree Surfcomber Hotel, Miami
Four Points by Sheraton, Chateau
Elan, Sebring (325)
Hawthorne Suites Naples, Naples
Hilton Miami Downtown, Miami
Jacksonville Marriott, Jacksonville
LaFiesta Ocean Inn and Suites, St.
Augustine (309)
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay, Miami
Motel 6, Punta Gorda (326)
Seaside Inn Resort, Sanibel Island
Sheraton Ft. Lauderdale Airport,
Fort Lauderdale (275)
Sheraton Suites Key West, Key West
. (318)

Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk,
Jacksonville (324)
To become a designated member of
the Flofida Green Lodging Program, ho-
tels must implement a variety of green
practices. These practices include, but are
not limited to, water conservation mea-
sures by installing low flow plumbing fix-
tures and implementing a linen reuse pro-
gram, and energy efficiency achieved by
installing ENERGY STAR appliances
and programmable thermostats. The
waste reduction criteria are met by pro-
viding the opportunity to recycle, purchas-
ing items in bulk,; purchasing recycled ma-
terials and by recycling ink and toner car-
tridges. All designated properties must
also use green cleaners and high efficiency
air filters, and clean air handler units fre-
Launched in March 2004, the Florida
Green Lodging Program establishes envi-
ronmental guidelines for hotels and mo-
tels to conserve natural resources and pre-
vent pollution. As.reward for designation,
the state is recommending designated

properties in the Florida Green Lodging
Program to companies and trade organiza-
tions seeking environmentally conscious
lodging and convention facilities. The pro-
gram continues to rise above its 300 desig-
nation mark and now has more than 400 ap-
plications. For more information about the
Florida Green Lodging Program, visit
DEP's Office of Sustainable Initiatives
is comprised of three voluntary, non-regu-
latory programs that assist Florida indus-
try and citizens in protecting the environ-
ment. The Clean Marina Program, the
Florida Green Lodging Program and the
Florida Pollution, Prevention Program of-
fer a variety of services including on-site
assessments, consultations, speakers and
workshops, all at no cost to citizens or or-
ganizations. The goal of the Sustainable
Initiatives programs is to meet the needs
of the present population without compro-
mising resources for future generations.
To learn more about DEP's Sustainable
Initiatives, visit
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The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) passed
two rules in September
that may affect Tallahas-
see area duck hunters.
-Under 'the first change,
waterfowl, hunters may
now use internal combus-
tion motors of 10 horse-
power or less on Lake Mic-
cosukee in Leon and Jef-
ferson counties. Motor re-
strictions during the wa-
terfowl season on Carr
Lake and Lake lamonia in
Leon County. have not


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hunting is now prohibited
from or near permanent
duck blinds on four Talla-
hassee area lakes. The
lakes are Miccbsukee, Ia-
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monia, Carr and Jackson.
The duck blind rule
says no one may hunt
ducks, geese, mergansers
or coots within 30 yards of
a permanent blind.or any-
thing that violates Florida
Statutes prohibiting unau-
thorized construction on
state lands, including
stakes, posts, rails and
remnant duck blinds.
It defines a permanent
blind as anything that pro-
vides shelter, cover or con-
cealment for a hunter, but
does not include any root-
ed vegetation. The use of
temporary duck blinds, in-
cluding those made with
vegetation, which are re-
moved at the end of each
hunt, is allowed.
FWC encourages
hunters to use good judg-
ment when carrying vege-
tation or other blind mate-
rials and not to operate
overloaded vessels.
The new rules will be
in effect during the regu-
lar waterfowl, coot and
Canada goose seasons.
The waterfowl and coot
seasons are Nov. 22-30 and
Dec. 6 Jan. 25, 2009. The
Canada goose season is
Nov. 22-30 and Dec. 1 Jan.
For more information

FWC Seeks Information

On Bear Killed In Forest

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) officials are requesting
the public's help in determining who killed
a Florida black bear in Osceola National
A report came into FWC about a dead
bear, and Officer Bret Gill responded. The
adult male black bear weighed approxi-
mately 250 pounds. The animal had been
shot with a firearm and was found in the
Hog Pen area off Forest Road 241.
The hunting of black bears in Florida
was discontinued in 1994. The Florida black
bear is now listed as threatened in the state,
except in Columbia and Baker counties, ac-
cording to Capt. Roy Brown, area supervi-
"It is illegal to hunt bears in the state
and is a second-degree misdemeanor, pun-
ishable by a fine of up to $500 and/or up to

60 days in jail," Brown said.
Investigators would like to question sev-
eral people of interest in the case. There
were two white men seen in the.area driving
a white or silver, late-model Toyota pickup
and others in a black Chevrolet Z71 pickup
with two hunting club-type decals on the
back window.
"The investigation into who committed
this crime is continuing, and a reward is be-
ing offered if the information leads to an ar-
rest," Brown said.
'"Anyone with information can call the
toll-free Wildlife Alert number at 1-888-404-
3922 to report the crime," Brown said.
"Callers can remain anonymous and may
be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 if the
information leads to an arrest."
People with information can also report
the crime online

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Every now and again the stars align, and in the
midst of what would otherwise be political chaos, the
comedians say, "We'll take it from here."
Who doesn't remember Saturday Night Live's
Dana Carvey and his infamous impersonations of
(then) president George Herbert Walker Bush? Al-
though he also did a pretty mean Ross Perot, Carvey is
not doubt most remembered for his: "Na-ganna-do-it.
Taxes: BAD." (I dare say the public learned more
about Herbert Walker's tax policies on late night tele-
vision than anything the pundits on Fox ever offered.)
Fast forward fifteen years, and. once again SNL is
calling the shots, with Tina Fey as the spittin' image of
Vice Presidential candidate, Gov. Sarah Palin.
It's the moment comedians live for: Fey's star, now
rising! Never has there been such a spittin' image of

impersonator to candidate. 'ne next zew weeks win
no doubt catapult Fey's career into the stratosphere.
But back to that spittin' image. (Note: there is no
"g" in the first word of this expression. It's spittin' for
a reason.)
And that reason would be...?
For starters... nothing to do with saliva. No spit is
Rather, the expression comes compliments of our
early American ancestry, (in particular, those resid-
ing in the South, raising babies while maintaining the
cotton fields of wealthy Southern plantation owners.)
It was in this context that spittin image was first
When Southern slaves, describing a child possess-
ing both the "spirit" and "image" of its parent (mean-
ing he both looked like, and had the disposition of his moth-
-_ er or his father), the phonet-
Tically contracted expression
,,,, ,,was heard as "Why that
child is the spittin'image..."
In time, the slurred ver-
sion was accepted as the
O- C original, which today holds
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of saying, "Why Tina Fey,
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Aries (March 21-April 19), Yourl. ..
evolved, and now you are the master
stance you once felt victimized by. ;
Taurus (April 20-May 20): You are
and consistent as ever, though you wo0
to say the same for others. If you're not
anyone to do as they said they would,
Gemini (May 21-June 21): .Fl6biib
thought is your forte. You won't get thtrof
opinions of others. If they don't thiik M
they are all the more fun to have aroiu i~
Cancer (June 22-July 22): Focus .oi
lationships meaningful. If you know.w
ing next, you lose interest. As much a 4
routine, you're ready to sacrifice com t
few surprises.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): Though your.|
nothing to do with your wealth, it's aa1 ,
smiling during financial instability. So- o4
money stuff so you can return to' yP
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You are WbaV Y
think. So go on, think you're great. No oa J':
negate it if you don't.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23): You're o0i
Everything you touch gets a green light.'
having an easy time creating the life Nyt
You imagine what needs to happen .
make it happen.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21): Considefr-,
school," especially in matters of etiqu'iL
ion or finance.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Ttit6
took on becomes something different. U
pressures loom. They are real only if
You can also decide not to let anythin$g-b
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You'll0p-
self to be more versatile than even:,y6
you were. You can multitask like the whri
a refreshing effect on an expanding 6irh4"
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Your loI
have their own ideas about what you should'i
ing. As well intended as they may be, ont,
know where you need to focus your energy. ..
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Community se
is important now, especially on a person46-p4i
scale. Take the time to be neighborly, eveil
you're in a hurry: A smile and a friendly ackbid
edgment are important contributions.

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Friday October 31, 2008

RRea Estate For SaeLMONGRSSA Shops 3609 S. Hwy 19 Glassware
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Sreenville Pointe


1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-IHC
accessible apts. Rental assistance
may be available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-3056.
TDD/TTY 711.192 NW
Greenville Pointe Trail,
Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity

Southem illas of

Cf 0adison Apartments

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

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 Rd, Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer

Madison Heights Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed for
low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833 ext. 485
Equal Housing Opportunity

3 BR, 2 BATH
CALL 423-538-1206
OR 423-366-8860
House for Rent in Greenville,
Florida. All Electric, Newly
remodeled 3 bedrooms, 1 bath
$650/mo. 1st, last & security
deposit. Considering Housing
Choice Vouchers
Call 850-973-7349
Restored 3 BR Home, CH & Air.
Oak floors, large storage,
1335 Sq Ft Yard Maint. included.
Adult family only, no pets, $800
; rent and deposit. Credit check.
432 NE Horry Ave. Madison.
Call George 973-8583, 557-0994
10/17- RTN
2 Bedroom / 2 Bath
Mobile Home
$500.00 per month

2 Bedroom / 1 Bath
Mobile Home
185 NE Gibson Tr. Park Way
Next to Harvey's, Madison FL
386-266-8231 or 386-362-4420

Located in Lee 2 Bedroom /
1 Bath. No Children, No Pets
$350.Month $250 Deposit
For Rent in Lee, FL
M/H 3BR / 2 bath $550.00 mo.
M/H 2BR / 1 bath $375. mo.

Downtown Office/ Retail space
for rent. 700 to 1,400 Sql ft.

Lawn Mower Repair
New & Used Parts


2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340


Newly Constructed:
2BR 2 Bath Townhouse
1200S/F Heated Area
McWilliams Realty
House for sale by owner:
2BR 1 Bath on 2.02 acres.
Newly remodeled in 2005.,
Additional storage shed with
washer & dryer hook-up.
Appliances included
$65,000 Firm
2 miles North of Madison
city limits
850-509-7084 or

2000 3BR/2BA Homes of Merit
on 1 acre in Perry, FL. Game
room addition includes pool
table. Also, carport and 2 sheds.
Nice porch on front with trellis
swing and fish pond. Humming-
bird paradise. Beautiful, quite
area close to Keaton Beach and
minutes to boat ramp access
hunting areas. Very clean and
well maintained. Must see to
appreciate. $64,000 or best
(reasonable) offer.
Call (352) 224-5617
for more details.

Newly remolded 3 B
New Kitchen, Hardwo
Stainless Steel Applia
Bath Room, Garage
Artist Cottage on


MAKE OFFER 386-365-5129

$7,500.00 CASH IN YOUR
DETAILS 386-719-0044

$49,900.00 CALL 386-288-4560




10/22-10/31 No mortgage on your land. Put
Home on your land,
R, 2 Bath, family land, state land or rental
ood Floors, lot. Singlewides start at $350.00
inces, New month and
,separate Doublewides at $440.00.
CINDY 386-365-5370



with state highway frontage
23 acres, Corner lots.
Fronts both Harvey Greene Dr.
and Highway 53 South.
Natural gas line,
8 inch water main,
access to city utilities,
fire hydrant, and service from
two power companies.
Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene

Wanted Acreage: w/home,
buildings & fencing. Seeking
lease purchase, owner financing.
Will be in Live Oak October 20-
30. Have 3 large breed dogs.
Call John & Betty Bird

CALL 850-973-4004.

Great selection, Freshwater &
Saltwater Fish & everything you
need to keep them swimming!
Hook some Great Deals during
our 5th Friday Sale
Creatures Featured Pet Shop
Madison, FL 850-973-3488

Singlewide your land $340.00
P&I per mo, Doublewide your
land $422.00 P&I per mo. Sin-
glewide & $30,000.00 for land
$520.00 P&I per mo. or. Dou-
blewide with $30,000.00 for land
$602.00 P&I per mo. Our land
your land or buy land. I special-
ize in credit challenged cus-
tomers. Applications over the
phone, credit decision next busi- Let me help make your
new home dream come true.
Trades welcome.
Cindy 386-365-5370
IN TOWN SAVE $20,000.00

$5,000 FT $594.31 PER MO. SELLER

INFO 386-288-0964
CALL SARAH 386-288-0964

READY SET-UP $2500.00

$699.00/MONTH. CALL
TODAY 850-728-5247

FOR SALE 1999 28X64 3 BED-
ROOM/ 2 BATH $25,000.00

Therapist and Nail Tech.
Apply in person only
104 West North-Side Dr.
Valdosta, GA 31602


Truck driver wanted for the Jef-
ferson County Road Dept. Must
have clean Class A CDI from
Florida. High school diploma
or equivalent. Deadline for ap-
plications is Oct. 31, 2008. Call
dept. office for information at
997-2036. Pick up applications
at the dept. office or county
clerk's human resource office.

Motivated Seller
2001 Toyota Camry $8,000
Has 96,000 miles on car, factory
recalled engine has 26,000 miles
call James

Lay A Way'for Christmas
Scooters and 4 wheelers
221 N. Greenville
850-242-9342 or 850-948-2788
Ask for Bob

An auction of old used poles and
used vehicles will be held Satur-
day, November 1, 2008 at 9:00
A.M. at the central headquarters
building of Tri-County Electric
located at 2862 West US 90 in
Madison, Florida

I build decks, sheds, exterior
carpentry work
Call 850-242-9342
ask for Bob

Saturday November 1,
7:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
US 90 West across from
Mormon Church

3 year old male red Dachshund
Lost in area of 53 South
Has very small scar on nose
REWARD call Kim 973-4001
Ext.2 or 971-5871
$50.00 REWARD
2 lost kittens, gray, tiger striped
vicinity of Bunker and Shelby
973-6215 or 973-4381

58 0-838-1422 (SAT/SUN)
We Buy 850-584-7124 (MON/FRI)
Call US SAT 9-3 SUN 10-4



5 acres Lee, North.of Hwy 6,
Cayenne Rd., rolling hills,
restrictions, $39,995
$5,000 down, $325/mo

10 acres Beulah Meadows Rd,
DWMH and houses allowed,
$49,500,, $5,000 down $459/mo

10 acres Old Blue Springs Rd.
access, DWMH and houses al-
lowed, $49,500, $5,000 down,

14.8 acres Madison, North of
Hwy 6, Cactus Rd., restrictions
$73,950 ($5,000 / Ac)
25 Acres on Hwy 90, Lee,
$112,500 ($4,500/ac)

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs



Friday, October 31, 2008

The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13B '



Suwannee Valley Humane Society
1156 SE Bisbee Loop
Madisor, Florida 32340
Two miles south of Lee off C.R. 255
From 10 Exit 262. Take C.R.2555 north V miles

We are a Limited Space Shelter (no kill). You must check with
us prior to bringing a drop-off animal to the shelter. Hours; Tues. to
Sat. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or by appointment. Visit our website and see
the animals that need a really good home at or. at our e-mail address suwannee-

Lost and Found Pets:
If you have lost a pet or found one, the humane society will
help you find Call us at (850) 971-9904 or toll free at 1-
866-236-7812. Leave a message if we are closed, we will return
your call. Remember to always call your local animal controls or
shelters if you have found a lost or found pet.

You must come see our thrift stores, if you have not been here
before: We have three stores, a boutique, clothing and furniture. We
are always looking for donations for the stores. Please keep us in
mind if you have items in good condition you would like to donate

We have a recycling bin on our property newspapers, maga-
zines, and catalogs. The bin will take all kinds of paper. We also
have a bin in Live Oak at 305 Pinewood Drive, just west Of John-
son's Appliance/Radio Shack. We also collect aluminum cans to re-
cycle. Just bring them to the shelter. All the money goes to help the
homeless animals.
The Suwannee Valley Humane Society depends on adoptions
for $65 which INCLUDES, spay/neuter, de-worm, heartworm/fe-
line leukemia tested and rabies shot (if old enough). Please- come
and visit us, our animals would love to meet you.


3187 Conway is a 1 year 8 V2 month old Hound/Mix. He is
brown, white and some black. He is a very nice dog.

3146 Madison is a Mixed Breed, she is brindle color. She is 1
year, 11 months old. Would love to go home with you.

3051 Chester -isa Rotti/Mix, he is 2years3 V2 months old. He is
brown and black. He likes to be around people.

2948 Guy is. a Sharpei /Mix, he is brown and brindle. He is 3
years 3 months old.

2936 Ms. Wiggles -is a Lab/Sharpei, she is 3 years 3 months old.
She is brown and is very friendly.

3499 Cathy is a short haired, stripped Tabby. She is 6 months
old and loves everyone.

3480 Ginger is 6 V2 months old, she is a gray and white Tabby.
She is housebroken, inside cat and is very good with children.

3478 Ike is a 3 months old Tabby with white on his nose. He has
medium length hair.

3477 ,- Polly is short haired all black. She is 4 months old and
loves everyone.

3476 Pepper is a black, 5 month old kitty. She loves to play and
be patted.

If you have lost or found an animal, you would like to report.
Please feel free to call us and I williput your report in the paper free.

From, Blue Ridge Landing in Lee, FL. Across from Blue. Ridge
Park. "Dakota," a yellow Lab, male, about.60 lbs. He was wearing
a black collar. He is very friendly, if you have found him, please call
Don Bailey at (850) 869-0513.

Lost from Falmouth Road 186 in Live Oak, FL. "Gabby" a Bull-
dog, female black with a little white on her chest and 1 foot. She
weight 85 lbs. and is about 27 inches tall. She has eyes that bug out,
not a young dog but, not to old. She is a little on the fat side but, is
in good health. She was not wearing a collar. She is very friendly,
will jump in car if you tell her "ride" and wiggles call her
name. If you have found her please, call Sue Watson at (850) 929-
4964 or at (850) 971-0031 Archie's).
Lost from Dowling Park area. 2 Pugs, 1 female, fawn color and
1 male black color. They are both under 10 lbs. Only one has a mi-
crochip. They are both in good health and both are under a year old.
They are very sweet and friendly. If you have found them, please
call Rebecca Stesan at (386) 658-1808. Please leave message they

Spaying And Neutering
Experts, say the most important thing people can do to help
their pets is to get them spayed or neutered. This means the animals

get an operation, to be sure they can't have kittens or puppies. They
are asleep during the operation, so they aren't scared or in pain.
Spaying and neutering are so important because there are so
many animals needing care and not enough homes or shelters for
One cat or dog can have many litters in its life. Its kittens or
puppies can have many litters, too. This can end up creating thou-
sands of new cats and dogs.
We would like to thank, everyone for visiting us at Lake City
Mall. We had a great time.

Case No.:200S-590-CA
Limited Liability Company authorized to do
business in Florida and f/k/a MIDWAY
1541 NW 2nd ST
POMPANO BEACH, FL 33069-2818
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED.that a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage has been
filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to said Complaint, on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name and address is: Cary A.
Hardee, H, Post Office Drawer 45%, Madison, Florida 32341, on or before December 3.
2008. and file the original with the Clerk of this Court before service on the above at-
torney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default will be entered against
Syou for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on this 2 day of October, A.D.
By: TIM SANDERS, Clerk of the Court
By: Ramona Dickinson, Deputy Clerk
10/31108.11/7i/08.11/14/08. 11/21/08


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SCars for Sale
Police Impounds for Sale! 95 Honda Civic $600! 94 VW Jetta
$500! For listings call (800)366-9813 Ext 9271.

Employment Services ..
Learn to Operate a Crane or Bull Dozer Heavy Equipmeit
Training. National Certification. Financial & Placement Assistance.
Georgia School wof Construction. Use code
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Homes For Rent
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years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR $259/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783
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Land For Sale
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"EVERY BUILDING ON SALE!" ...Manufacturer Direct at
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V6 Automatic, A ,, Spray-In Bedliner. Power Windows, Locks & Mirrors Tilt &
Cruise, Chrome Trim Package, Easy Down Tailgate, Cloth Seals, Carpet,
4M/FM/CD & Full Size Spare!



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SA Our List Price w/AII $44,340
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.2500 QUAD Our List Price w/AII $ 38925
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