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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Place of Publication: Madison, Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 2008
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19, 2008 Madison, Florida


Holiday Deadlines Set

For Newspapers

'Bi Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
'`"Because of the Christmas holidays, Greene Publish-
itg, Inc. has adopted different deadlines.
' If anyone has any news items or advertising for The
�1adison County Carrier, it must be at the office, located
on'Hwy 53 S., by noon on Monday, Dec. 22. Any items for
The Madison Enterprise-Recorder must be at the office
by noon on Tuesday, Dec. 23.,
Articles and photos may also be sent to
aeidia@greenepublishing.com, greenepub@greenepub
bishing.com or jacob@greenepublishing.com. The same
deadlines apply for email submissions.
1. Greene Publishing, Inc. thanks those submitting con-
tent for their assistance with their deadlines.


. rBusinfess reaches out to help local community with
free Christmas dinners.
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"Welcome Christmas, bring your cheer Cheer to all
Wos far and near Christmas day is in. our grasp so long.
as we have hands to clasp. Christmas day will always be
just as long as we have we. Welcome Christmas while we
stand heart to heart and hand to hand." Dr. Seuss
Christmas means many things to many people but
all share one common spirit. Christmas is about giving,
love, and-tokens of blessings and companionship. The
true holiday spirit lies in the human heart with love for
the season, for his family, for God, His Son's-birth, for
his fellow man. It is this spirit that keeps the traditions
alive and it is this spirit that unites all during this sea-
son to one another, a higher power and to life. It was
wholly this spirit that flowed through Cherry Lake on a
Yuletide. bringing an offering of love with it to the com-
mpnity and dinner to those who would like to join. It is
a chance to share the true holiday spirit.
' -'When my husband and I were trying to decide what
ouf plans were going to be for the holidays, it occurred
to nie." Debra Knox, owner of the Cherry Lake General
Store shared. "'I think I'd feel a whole lot better if we
were able to give Christmas to others this year,' I told
fhii and I realized how much better I felt right after I
said it." : .g .
-; Deciding to forego presents or travel plans, Jeff and
'iebra Knox decided what they wanted more than any-
thing else for Christmas was to bring Christmas to their
conununity in Cherry Lake.
: "As a business owner, sometimes its feels like it's
hard to be a good Christian at the same time as running
O:e business itself. It's all business. This was an. oppor-
funity for us to share our giving side and that just means
more to me for the holidays than any other present,"
Knox said.
So the Cherry Lake General Store will be. serving
Christmas dinner instead. Taking over both the store
and restaurant two years ago after moving here from In-
.glewood. the Knoxes will be cooking turkey dinners for
those in the local community that would like to stop in
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. All residents need to do is call in
the order for how many are needed by Dec. 22, then come
to the restaurant on the 24th to pick them up when
tfiey are ready '
. "I know a lot of the .churches and local individuals
are doing food drives and things like that for people in
thbe area this year. This is what we wanted to do to help
ii) the effort of making sure everyone has a happy holi-
�day and a good dinner on the table for their families. It
felt like a perfect time to give back and this is one way of
doing just that."
";Wanting to thank the Cherry Lake community
whichh welcomed them so warmly and the dedicated em-
ployees, Libby Roberts, Lacey Crude, Kathy Nagle, Bren
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5-7A Outdoors
10B T.V. Guide
4B Sports
11B Fun Pare


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Alcoh
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Dec. 16, at 5 p.m.,
the Madison County
Board of County Commis-
sioners convened a special
meeting to receive the ver-
ification report from the
Supervisor of Elections
regarding the petition to
hold a countywide vote
permitting the sale of
wine and hard liquor in
Madison ,County The
county attorney, Tom
Reeves, conducted most of
the meeting, allowing ade-


Two


Injured


In Wreck
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Two people were in-
jured in a wreck on.
Wednesday, Dec. 10, at the
248-mile marker on Instate
10.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report,
Marisa L. Natale, 28, of
Lynn Haven, and Jose E.
Malagon, 25, of Wildwood,
were both westbound on
Interstate 10 in the right
lane.
Natale fell asleep at the
wheel of her 2008 Chevro-
let van and struck the rear
of a vehicle, biing towed
by Malagon. The towed ve-
hicle then struck the rear
of Malagon's 2006 Lincoln
pickup.
Natale's van became
locked to:the towed vehicle
as all three vehicles came
to a final rest in the emer-
gency lane of Interstate 10.
Natale and her passen-
ger, Marvin R. Hudson, 39,
of Lynn Haven sustained
minor injuries in the
Please See Two Injured,
Page 3A


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Miss Becky's little dancers,
reindeer lessons on seasonal jo
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Toetapping in the Christ
Madison to give seniors a se
station, Lake Park residents g
ring in the new year with jin
fect holiday beat.
The chairs were lined up
dents on Monday, Dec. 15, in
son with Santa-style, dancer
college showed their master
these young performers del
prancing reindeer, Christma
Ring-ring-ringling their
girls are bringing yule-tide ji
smiles and seasonal salutatic
Madison, a gift that rivals th
Staff writer Tyrra B Mes


Only Sevei


1ol Petitions Denied


quate time for members of
the audience to be heard,
also taking time to fully
explain the process to the
board and public gathered
in the Courthouse Annex.
Grow Our Local Econ-
omy (GOLE) sponsored
the petition drive, which
began July 30 with the ap-
propriate filing and con-
cluded on Thanksgiving
Day at 5 p.m. Over this 120-
day period, GOLE repre-
sentatives diligently can-
vassed the county, using
direct mail, store-side ta-


bles and word-of-mouth,
among other efforts, to ob-
tain signed petitions from
registered county voters.
In the end, the Supervisor
of Elections qualified 2693
such petitions.
The next official step
was simply for the board
to compare the number of
these qualified petitions to
the county voter roll to de-
termine if the required 25
percent, was obtained.
Strong, discussion arose
Please See Alcohol TOM REEVES
Petitions, Page 3A COUNTY ATTORNEY


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ureeii ruuIisiiiny. Inu. rniiuu uy lyrram serve, ue. U . l, UU
Bre'Asia Arnold, Emma Cburtney and Ellie Cherry could give
y.


mas holiday, Becky's dancers stepped into Lake Park of
asonal treat. Performing an extra special holiday presen-
athered in front of the center to watch these young ladies
gling joy and musical magic, each one boogying to a per-

and the stage was set for Becky's Dance Step Studio stu-
Lake Park of Madison's entryway Stepping into the sea-
's ranging in age from bitty to beginning-to-think-about-
y of tripping the beat fantastic. In tune and nicely timed,
lighted the waiting crowd with choreographed tales of
s magic and siblings who snitch to Santa.
way through the holidays, Miss Becky's Dance Studio
oy where ever their dancing shoes take them. Spreading
ns, these ladies are sharing their holiday happiness with
at of any little drummer boy
erve can be reached at tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


Crane

Overturns

On County

Road 360

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A man was injured as a
crane overturned, causing
$30,000 in damages to it on
Friday, Dec. 12.
According to the Flori-
da Highway Patrol, the ac-
cident happened on C.R.
360, two miles south of
Madison.
Richard W. Nail was
southbound on C.R. 360
and he momentarily drove
the crane partially off a
paved portion of the road
and onto the west grass
shoulder. He braked
abruptly and overcorrect-
ed steering in an attempt
to .regain control of the
Ford crane.
The crane came back
onto the roadway, spinning
clockwise out of control
and overturned onto its
left side. It continued out of
control, sliding approxi-
mately 75 feet, before com-
ing to a final rest.
Crane suffered minor
injuries in the mishap.
FHP Trooper Tom Rod-
erick was the investigating
officer.


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DViopoints & Opinions


Friday, December 19, 2008


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Christmas


Wishes
Christmas is almost here again. We will celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ, who came into the world to
save us from our sins. I accepted Christ years ago as my
Savior and I do not regret doing it.
Christmas is also a time for gifts. I wish I had the
means to provide gifts for everyone I wished but I have
to stick to a limited budget and only get things for a se-
lect few, such as my little sister, Abbie, my father, broth-
er, sister Debbie, nieces and nephews, etc.
I don't really have anything that I would like to ask
Santa to get me. If he does get me something, I prefer
books, cologne, socks, etc. (That's a hint to my brother.
Ha! Ha!)
I do have some things I would like to ask the Lord for,
however. My wish list consists of good health, for not
only myself, and my family, but for my friends and my
enemies (yes, I pray for my enemies). Another thing on
my wish list is to for the Lord to prosper me financially.
The health problems I have faced and my family has
faced took its toll on the family financially this year. I
will believe the Lord for financial and health miracles.
I would like to ask the Lord to help me grow spiritu-
ally. There are a lot of areas that I need to improve on. I
know it and can see it.
Finally, I would like to ask the Lord to save loved
ones, who are lost in the sin of this world. That is the
most important request of all that I make this Christ-%
mas. ,
May you all have a God-blessed Christmas!


By James Sutter
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The holidays are upon
us. Bing, Elvis and Alvin
are singing about peace, joy
and good cheer. But it's
sometimes hard to remem-
ber to be peaceful, joyful
and cheerful when someone
we love most hurts us.
My wife and I are plan-
ning to spend Christmas
with my parents and my sis-
ter's family in Orlando. I've
been looking forward to this
for several months.
During a phone call
with my sister a couple
weeks or so ago, I men-
tioned that, if my in-laws
joined us for Christmas Eve,
we would need to bring "all
the dogs," as my in-laws are
our dog sitters- when we're
not at home. I assured her it
would be for only one night,
but wanted to warn her of
the possibility.
, When I say, "all the
dogs," I mean our two dogs
(Henry, a beagle-basset mix,
and Polly, a 10-month-old lab
mix puppy> and my in-laws'
dog (Dree, a wire-haired ter-
rier). Also, my parents will
bring their dog, Jayden, a
chihuahua.
My sister responded
with a semi-weary, "Oh, re-
ally?" but didn't say much
more.
A few days after that, I
received a. call from my
mother. She explained that
Henry was welcome at my
sister's house (he is quite
lazy and causes no prob-
lems), but, that Polly and
Dree were not welcome and
would have to be left at
home. I asked if Sue had
called to complain to her
afid she admitted that, yes,
she had agreed to call me on
my sister's behalf to explain
how it was to be.
'My first reaction: Never-
mind, then. We'll spend
Christmas elsewhere.
Some of you will under-
stand this and some will
not. Those of you with chil-
dren-who understand a
pet's place-will immediate-
ly side with my sister. Four
dogs is quite the imposition.
Those of you who, like us,
have adopted our pets as our
children because human
children are not desired or
just haven't come yet may
understand my frustration.
Henry and Polly are my
children. Yes, they are ani-
mals.'Yes, I treat them.differ-
ently than I would my own
flesh and blood. But to hear it
said that my beautiful, little
yellow-haired girl is "not wel-
come" in my sister's house is


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like telling me I can't bring
my kid. And, to top it all off,
she didn't even have the
courage to call me herself.
I was pretty livid, but I
knew from the instant my
face turned red and
thoughts of revenge started
filling my head that I would
eventually cool down. I
knew that there was no way
I could "get back" at my sis-
ter without hurting my en-
tire family
I'm still going to Orlan-
do for Christmas. My in-
laws are staying home and
keeping the dogs so that my
sister only has to endure
one four-legged intruder in
her house. (Mom agreed
that four dogs is too many,
but still bringing Jayden.)
My family may be closer
than some, but we are cer-
tainly not without our
strains. We've had our feuds
and estrangements. Praise
the Lord, we're all talking
again and getting along as
well as five kids, their par-
ents, five spouses, one ex-
spouse, 10 grandkids and
two step-grandkids can get
along. The key is grinning
and bearing it. (And if you
can throw in a little forgive-
ness, all the better.)
Whether you under-
stand my situation or not,
I'm sure something has hap-
pened between you and
someone in your family
which caused a problem.
Perhaps a careless joke
hurt you more than made
you laugh. .Perhaps you
weren't invited to some-
thing on purpose or acci-
dentally. Perhaps someone
(or something) you love was
disregarded.
Who knows how many
things you've said or done
that have hurt someone
else? We all make mistakes.
And we're all capable of be-
ing just, plain mean.
My wife keeps assuring
me that my sister is being
reasonable; four dogs are
too many I may not under-
stand completely, but she's
working on me.
Don't let your hurt feel-
ings ruin what could be a
good family gathering.
Sure, it's going to be awk-
ward at my sister's. What
she said still makes me a lit-
tle mad. But that doesn't
mean I can't enjoy Christ-
mas with my family. There
are going to be plenty of
things going on to distract
me from being upset.


By Tyrra B Meserve

"Whet o ou do to relax?



Latasha Hamilton Evelyn Lewis

"I watch T V" "I like to watch T V"





Mary Love Juanita Coachman

"I watch T.V" "I enjoy traveling."


Mia Donaldson Lilly Moore.
"I take a nice hot "I read and work crossword
powder milk bath. puzzles. When I get over
It's soothing and tired and stressed out, Ijust
climb up into my recliner,
you come out feel- start working a crossword
ing like silk." and in no time I've forgotten
about everything."


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Grinch


Put The 'Happy'


Back In The


Holidays

Sharing is an important part of the holiday sea-
son, yet family traditions and time together can in-
crease stress and tension if family members are
expected to keep up as they grow, marry and form
their own family Expecting adult children with
young families to share their holiday with two or
more sets of parents and grandparents in one day
puts way too much pressure on the young family. It
also may put pressure on everyone else who must
adhere to a tight schedule to make it work. Char-
lotte Soup Olsen, Kansas Extension Specialist in
family systems suggests you might need to rethink
your holiday plans as families grow.
Suggesting a change in holiday routines may
not spark holiday cheer, but.doing so is important
in nurturing family members. Olsen says to "re-
think holiday plans and make
changes with respect for changes in the family and
you can put the 'happy' back into the holiday sea-
son." -
Bringing up the topic can be touchy. Olsen ad-
vises choosing a time when the family is relaxed
and able to take time to consider options and op-
portunities. Focus on what the family will gain,
rather than lose.
So much of what families do-or don't do-dur-
ing the holidays is based on family
history. Letting go of old ideas that no longer fit
with the family's structure or lifestyle may take
some courage, but doing so can set the stage for
happy days that help build new memories and nur-
ture the family as it is today.
Cherish the good memories but be realistic: Ex-
pecting a grandmother in her seventies to drum up
the energy to prepare dinner for 20, places unreal-
istic expectations on her shoulders. Olsen sug-
gests mixing it up a bit. Perhaps take turns host-
ing the meal, and make it a potluck dinner. You are
able to enjoy the fellowship, but share the respon-
sibility.
Updating family plans as the family grows and
changes can be beneficial for most, but especially
important for families experiencing, change, ei-
ther through the loss of a spouse, partner or other
loved one, illness, military deployment, divorce or
separation. Be flexible when it comes to holiday
plans. Being together and supporting each other
through good times and bad is far more important
than having a fixed schedule without considera-
tion for all the family.
For more information on nurturing family rela-
tionships, contact the Madison County Extension
office.
The University of Florida Extension/IFAS -
NMadison County is an Equal Employment Opportu-
nity Affirmative Action Employer authorized to
.provide research, educational information and
'other services only to individuals and institutions
;that function without regard to race, color, sex,
age, handicap or national origin.


Continued from Page 1A

da Browning, Karen Abbott and Blake Canada, who
have stood by them over these last couple of years, the
Knoxes are bringing Christmas dinner to all and to all a
good night!
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be reached at
tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


Two Injured,

Continued from Page 1A

wreck.
Natale was cited for failure to use due care and dri-
ving with a suspended drivers license.
FHP Trooper Tom Roderick was the investigating of-
ficer.


Alcohol Petitions

Continued from Page 1A

regarding the total voter roll, with the board ultimately
choosing the July 30 count of 11,600 registered voters,
corresponding to the date the petition was filed. A certi-
fication document submitted by the Supervisor of Elec-
tions reflected those numbers accordingly
The petition was therefore denied by unanimous
vote of the board, as 2,693 qualified petitions was less
than the 25 percent required based on 11,600 registered
voters. Notably, the board's actions were essentially de-
termined by Florida statue. In other words, neither the
board nor or the Supervisor of Elections were express-
ing their opinions or preferences regarding alcohol by
any action they took. Instead, they were simply working
to ensure the proper application of the statutes.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@
greenepublishing.com.


Around The Town
Thelma Thompson
Guest Columnist


Cabin


christmas


During the early 40's, after America had been
forced to declare war on Japan following that "day that
will live in infamy," my husbands' brother Richard re-
ceived "greetings from Uncle Sam." He could have
asked for a deferment since he was a farmer, but he
wanted to go.
My husband Dice would have eventually been
"called up" but at that time he not only was past 30 and
married with children, but was employed by the Jack-
sonville Shipyards. Both farmers and ship-yard work-
ers were essential on the home front.
So Dice agreed when Richard asked him to take his
place on the farm and I soon found myself and three
small girls living in a new tobacco packing house. on
Will Driggers farm and helping to milk several cows be-
fore dawn each day. Dice was to follow before Christmas.
As soon as he arrived, he started building a log cab-
in just a few hundred yards below his parents' home.
Each morning daybreak found him on the "back
forty" choosing and cutting the best pine which he
then "snaked" by mule to the building site. He de-
barked each pine by hand, mixed and poured a con-
crete foundation and built the cabin,including a roof
for which he cut the shingles and a chimney
Though it was just one big room, I loved that cabin.
Dice even built a six-foot table of wood and masonite
and a huge ice box of masonite and tin in which we
could hang a whole pork. The ice man Jim Williams,
brought a hundred pounds of ice twice a week.
By the time our second Christmas on the farm ap-'
proached, we had added our first son to the family. I re-
member helping to set out ten acres of tobacco in the
rain and how it looked as if it had grown there. Also,
Dice misjudged a stump (it was rotten inside) and hit
it so hard the ax went through and cut his foot to the
bone. After that, we changed places - he drove the
wagon and 1 spread the fertilizer for ten acres of wa-
termelons.
I was seven months pregnant.
Farming is wonderful - very hard work and little
pay but one eats well, sleeps well and is usually
healthy. And we were a happy little family However, as
Christmas approached, we were concerned about gifts
for the children. Like most children, they believed in
Santa Claus and how could Santa Claus, with no mon-
ey, bring gifts that year.
Our eldest, Joan, was rathertom-boyish so Dice de-
cided he could make her a "Smokey Joe" and he would
take some wood and tin and make our boy, Mike, a
truck, for which he found wheels on a broken toy. And
I could sew. I made a "Freckles" doll for Gloria and an-
other doll as big as she was for Diane.
Christmas morning that year dawned beautifully
clear and cold, but hot embers from the fireplace had
kept the area around the Christmas tree fairly warm.
But, even before dawn, Dice and I were awakened
by what sounded like mice under the tree as four very
excited children were trying to be quiet as they
searched for Santa's gifts. When they found them,
there were shrieks and squeals of delight as they
rushed to show Mama and Daddy what Santa had
brought. That has to be one of the best memories of
my life.
Merry Christmas, everyone! And may Santa be
that good to you.


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aw 6nfocemffcnt & Rcgional Crime


Friday, December 19, 2008


Man Arrested

On Alcohol And


Drug Charges

A Madison man was arrested on alcohol and drug
charges Saturday.
According to a Madison Police Department report,
Reserve Patrolman Ben Mabry conducted a routine traf-
fic stop on a vehicle on MLK Dr. near the railroad.
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A Florida physician
was sentenced to 405
months in prison for re-
ceipt and possession of
child pornography, an-
nounced Acting Assistant
Attorney General for the
Criminal Division
Matthew Friedrich and
U.S. Attorney for the Mid-
dle District of Florida A.
Brian Albritton. Dr.
Richard Carino, who was
sentenced by U.S. District
Judge Elizabeth A. Ko-
yachevich, was found
guilty on July 10.
During the four-day
trial, the jury heard evi-
dence and testimony that
on July 19, 2005, Drug En-
forcement Administration
(DEA) agents searched
Carino's office while in-
vestigating allegations un-
related to child pornogra-
phy According to trial tes-
timony, Carino's wife at
the time was present for
the search and informed
the agents that Carino had'
been i viewing child
pornography from his
home computer. With her
consent, agents imaged.
the Carinos' home comput-
er.
Subsequently, the jury
learned that evidence of
child pornography from
both Richard Carino's
home and office comput-
ers was discovered, includ-
ing illegal videos and im-
ages of child pornography,
and logs and relevant file
names associated with
Kazaa, a peer-to-peer file-
sharing program. By ex-


amining Kazaa logs recov-
ered from Richard Cari-
no's office computer, the
FBI was able to identify
additional child pornogra-
phy videos that had once
been stored on that com-
puter.
The jury also heard
testimony and evidence
that on Aug. 26, 2005, inves-
tigators from the Pasco
County Sheriff's Office
seized the Carinos' home
computer with consent,
observed child pornogra-
phy on the computer and
submitted the computer to
the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE)
for analysis. The FDLE
confirmed that child
pornography images and
videos were stored in the
computer and that Kazaa
logs indicated that addi-
tional child pornography
had once been stored on
and deleted from the com-
puter.
Richard Carino was
arrested on May 22, 2006,
and was charged on Jan.
16, 2008, in a six-count su-
perseding indictment. The
first four counts charged
him with possession and
receipt of child pornogra-
phy related to the July 19,
2005, searches of his home
and office. He also was
charged with two counts of
possession and receipt re-
lating to the Aug. 26, 2Q05,
seizure of his home com-
puter, which also uncov-
ered child pornography.
The jury convicted him on
all six charges.


Florida Physician

Sentenced To More Than

33 Years In Prison For

Child Pornography

Receipt And Possession


12/10/08
Cynthia Zelesky
Quiros - Attaching a tag
not assigned, driving
while license suspended,
revoked or cancelled
Patsy Ann Davis - Ag-
gravated battery
Frank James Terry -
Domestic violence/battery
12/11/08
Frank James Terry -
Child abuse, battery of a
child by expelling certain
fluids
Erving Rogers - Crim-
inal registration
Billy Joe Bass - Out of
county warrant
Donovan Malachi
Gonsalves - Trespass after
warning, possession of co-
caine with intent to sell
Roland Anthony Hig-
gins - Petit theft
12/12/08
Dexter Bernard Dob-
son - VOP (county)
Maximo Hernandez-
Hernandez - No valid or
expired drivers license
Quoshanda Latrell
Wright - Contempt of
court (non-support)
Kimberly Lashon
Richardson - VOP (coun-
ty), contempt of court
(non-support)
Shannon O'Neil Turn-
er - VOP (circuit)
Voderick Lamont
Johnsdn - No valid or ex-
pired drivers license
Selvin Valdez - No
valid or expired drivers li-
cense
12/13/08
Rodney Rondell Watts,
Jr. - Failure to appear (ar-
raignment)
, Broderick Windell
Monlyn - Possession of
marijuana less than 20
grams,. criminal mischief,


escape
Mario Morell Vought -
DUI
12/14/08
Broderick Windell
Monlyn - Possession of
stolen property
Mario Morrell Vought
- Possession of stolen
property
Danny Skipper
Howard - Driving while li-
cense suspended, revoked
or cancelled
Rickey Ellis Roberson
- Trespass after warning
Marlon Leonard Hall -
- No valid or expired drivers
license, resisting an officer
without violence
Trampus Jay Camp -
DUI
James Bryant Houck -
Petit theft, failure to ap-
. pear (two counts)
James Earl Roberson -
Possession of drug para-
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session of alcohol by a per-
son under 21 years of age,
possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams
Darrell Frederick Der-
by - Out of county war-
rant, driving while license
suspended (habitual of-
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Kimberly Diane Bott -
Out of county warrant
12/15/08
Glen Leroy Marshall -
VOP (county)
Charles Francis Samp-
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12/16/08
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Thompkins - VOP (coun-
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Albert Lassiter Hill, Jr.
Albert Lassiter Hill, Jr. passed away on Wednes-
day, December 3, 2008. He was born in DeFuniak
Springs.on April 20, 1924 to the 14te Albert Lassiter
Hill, Sr. and Gertrube Bannister Hill. He served in
the 4th Infantry Division of the United States Army
during World War II and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida in 1951 with a Bachelor of Sci-
ence Degree in Forestry. It is no,secret that Bert was
an avid Gator Football fan all his life. Bert was a
humble Southern gentleman who remained active
in his family's life to the very end. Recognizing
Mary Frances' love of animals, he was always on
the lookout for animals to bring home for her to
take care of - even the stray alligator! It was not un-
common to see him sitting in his reserved seat on
the bottom bleacher giving the thumbs up sign as he
watched Beth's and his granddaughters basketball
games or standing front and center at the fence
watching Bubba play Walton High School football.
He was Presbyterian by faith and was a' member.of
the Glendale Presbyterian Church where he served
as an elder for many years. He was retired from In-
ternational Paper Company and served for several
years as Vice-President of Cawthon State Bank.
Bert was a Master Mason in the Masonic Lodge 170
F & AM of DeFuniak Springs, a member of the Scot-
tish and York Rite bodies, and a member of the Mo-
rocco Shrine of Jacksonville. Bert was a member of
Chapter 115 of the Eastern Star of DeFuniak
Springs where he was a past Worthy Patron.
Bert was preceded in death by his loving wife,
Mary Anne Cheney Hill; his sisters, Nettie Mae
Shelfer and Mildred Ethelyn Dickinson; and a
brother, John Lawson Hill.
Survivors include his daughter, Mary Frances
Mauldin and fiance, Glen Woodard of Madison;
daughter, Beth Paulk and husband, Steve, of DeFu-
niak Springs; son, Bubba Hill of Seagrove Beach;
brother, Hugh Logan Hill and wife, Shirley, of Mo-
bile, Ala.; and special friend, Maxine Parson of
Ponce De Leon; 10 grandchildren, Scott Mauldin
and wife, Lindsay, Clint Mauldin, Greg Mauldin and
wife, Sabrina, Stephanie Mauldin, Lee Paulk, Lynn
Paulk, Haley Paulk, Valerie McLendon and hus-
band, Josh, Jacob Hill, Cody Hill, and their mother,
Stephanie Hill; a great-grandson, Danny Mauldin; a
great-granddaughter, Peyton Mauldin; loving
nieces; nephews; and a host of lifelong friends.
A graveside service was held Friday, Decefimber
5, 2008, at Magnolia Cemetery in DeFuniak Springs
at 10 a.m., with Rev. Keith Andrews officiating. Act-
ing as honorary pallbearers will be Lee Parson and
Shriners Jack Bell, Vann Jenkins, Dan Bodiford,
and James McHenry.
In lieu of flowers, Bert requested that donations
be made to the Crippled Children's Committee, Mo-
rocco Temple, 220 North Ocean Street, Jacksonville,
Florida, 32202 or the Crippled Children's Commit-
tee, Hadji Temple, 800 West Nine Mile Road, Pen-
sacola, Florida, 32534.
Joe Evans Funteral Home of Florala, Ala., is in
charge of arrangements for Mr. Albert Lassiter Hill,
Jr.


Ernestine

Combass

Foster
Ernestine Combass
Foster, age 73, died Tues-
day, December 16, 2008 in
Madison.
Funeral services will
be Friday, December 19,
at 2 p.m., at Beggs Funer-
al Home, Madison
Chapel, with burial at
Oak Ridge Cemetery.
The family received
friends Thursday, Decem-
ber 18, from 6-8 p.m., at
Beggs Funeral Home.
She worked for ITT
Thompson for over 30
years before they closed.
She also .worked at S&L
Fabricating in Valdosta,
Ga., before she retired.
She was a member of
Madison Church of God.
She is survived by
three children, Diane
Williams and husband
(Jim) of Orlando, Danny
Foster and wife (Pam) of
Valdosta, Ga., Cathy Bass
and husband (Ricky) of
Madison; eight grand-
children, Crystal Bruso
and Katie Cleghorn of
Orlando, Daniel Foster
and Dana Foster of Val-
dosta, Ga., Bridget Cher-
ry, Zach Cherry, Jozee
Bass and Baylee Bass of
Madison; five great-
grandchildren; one sis-
ter, Evelyn Culpepper
and husband (Billy); one
sister-in-law, Norma Jean
Combass; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Clifton and Minnie Com-
bass; one brother, J. L.
Combass; and her hus-
band, J. W. Foster.

Ruby.

Barefoot
The family of Bailey.
and Ethel Barefoot wish to
invite all those who had
the privilege of knowing
their mom, Ruby Barefoot,
to attend the viewing and
funeral services scheduled
for this weekend, following
her passing on Dec. 19.
The viewing will be
held Saturday evening,.
from 6-8 p.m., with the fu-
neral scheduled for Sun-
Sday at 3 p.m., both to be
held in the Beggs Funeral
Home Chapel.
Family and friends
will miss this wonderful
lady, who made Madison
brighter for having her in
. it.


December 21
Clyde Annadale presents
"Joseph: The Carpenter Who
Saved Christmas," on Sun-
day December 21, at 11 a.m.,
at the Lee First Baptist
Church. Everyone is invited
to attend.
December 24.
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church will host its Christ-
mas Eve service. Caroling
will be held beginning at 7:30
p.m. The regular mass will
follow at 8 p.m. Everyone is
invited.
January 3
LifeSong, southern
gospel's newest trio, will be in
concert at San Pedro Church
on Saturday January 3, at 7
p.m. Admission is free, how-
ever a love offering will be re-
ceived during the concert.
Every Monday
In December
Mommy's Club Is an op-
portunity for Mother's and
Mothers-to- be to share, dis-
cuss and explore concerns re-
garding childbirth,.baby care
and life choices after birth.
All are welcome and.it is free.
We will meet at Madison Pub-
lic Library every Monday in
December from 10 am til 12
noon. Kathy Harvey a Certi-
fied Doula and Childbirth Ed-
ucator, will host. For more in-
formation call 850-929-2951 or
850464-0487.
Every Tuesday -
Saturday
The Diamonds in the
Ruff Adoption Program at
the Suwannee Valley Hu-
mane Society is open every
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is lo-
cated on 1156 S.E Bisbee Loop
Madison FL, 32340. For a
healthy lifestyle, adopt an an-
imal and they will make your
life more fulfilled. For more
information, or directions,
call (866) 236-7812 or (850) 971-
9904.
Everyday Except
Tuesday
The Senior Citizens Cen-
ter offers computer classes to
seniors 60 and older everyday
except Tuesdays. For more
information or to sign up,
please call (850) 973-4241.
Third Tuesday of
Each Month
The Greater Greenville
Area Diabetes Support
Group is a free educational
service and support for dia-
betes and those wanting to
prevent diabetes. The group
meets-the third Tuesday of
each month at the Greenville
Public Library Conference
Room at 312 SW Church
Street, Greenville, 11 - 11:30
a.m. Everyone is welcome!
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December 22, 1978
Miss Deborah Susan Peacock and Mr. Charles Lee
Norris were united in marriage at 3 p.m., December 16,
1978 in a double ring, candlelight ceremony at the First
United Methodist Church in Madison, Florida. Dr. Ja-
cob Quiambao, Professor of the Religion Department
at Wesleyan College, Macon Ga., officiated.
Selected for training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., in the
transportation field after completing basic training at
Lackland AFB, Tex., is Airman David B. Bonner, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bonner of Madison. Airman
Bonner, a 1978 graduate of. Madison High School, at-
tended North Florida Junior College.
Miss Jean Boothe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Boothe of Greenville, has been selected to be a finalist
in the 1979 Miss Florida National Teen-Ager Pageant to
be held at the LeHigh Resort, LeHigh, Florida.
December 19, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kirk of Waco, Tex., are the
proud parents- of a baby boy born November 3. He
weighed 6 lbs., 15 oz., and has been named Mark An-
thony Mrs. Kirk is the daughter of I.R. McCullough of
this city Mrs. McCullough has just returned from a two
months' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kirk and the baby
In Lee news, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thigpen and
children have moved to the house vacated by Mrs. Far-
ris Thomas. She has moved to the Byrd house.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Dyson, announce the arrival
of a baby girl on December 10, named Barbara Jean.
She weighed 9 lbs., and 1 oz.
Misses Roberta and Mary Ellen Selman and Wiley
Alan Selman of UF are spending the. holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Selman.
Dr. Leroy James of Los Angeles is spending the
Christmas holidays here with his father, Sumpter
James, and family.
Mr. Jessie Sullivan; now employed by Winn-Dixie,
invites his many friends and customers to come by and
see him at your friendly Winn-Dixie Super Market.
Jimmy Hardee, senior at Georgia Tech has been
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Friday, December 19, 2008


"Live! At Dowling Park


Orchestra Presents "A (


":Jacksonville Symphony


Christmas Pops Concert"


By Sally Q. Smith
Office for Member Services, Advent Chris-
tian Village
The 21st annual 'Live! At Dowling
Park' Artist Series at Advent Christian
Village (ACV) is pleased to host the Jack-
sonville Symphony Orchestra (JSO) with


Florida's most long-standing orchestras.
Its success has been defined by the Palm
Beach Post as "the standard to which all
other Florida orchestras should strive."
The JSO has played host to some of
the most renowned artists of the past
century, including Benny Goodman,


The Jacksonville Orchestra, under the direction of Resident Conductor Morihiko Na
Christmas pops classics that are treasured by children and adults alike.'


gubst conductor, Morihiko Nakahara, as
they present "A Christmas Pops Con-
cert," on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 3,p.m. in the
Village Church.
Immediately following the concert,
complimentary refreshments with the
theme 'A Taste of Sugar Plums-Varied
Holiday Treats" will be served in Rumph
Dining Room.
Featuring Christmas Pops classics
that are treasured by children and adults
alike, this matinee concert is guaranteed
to instill the spirit of the holidays into all
music lovers!
Founded in 1949, the JSO is one of


Duke Ellington, Arthur Fiedler, Victor
Borge, Luciano Pavarotti, Kathleen Bat-
tle, Marilyn Horne and Mstislav Ros-'
tropovich. This orchestra has performed
twice at Carnegie Hall, most recently in
1998. .
Moreover, the JSO continues to af-
firm its place as one of the leading per-
forming arts organizations in the South-
east and ranks among the nation's top 40
orchestras in terms of budget size and
population served.
Recognized by critics, orchestras and
audiences alike as "a splendid conduc-
tor" possessing "a poet's sensitivity and a
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craftsman's efficiency," Morihiko Naka-
hara began his tenure as music director
of the South Carolina Philharmonic in
Fall 2008. Mr. Nakahara has also entered
his sixth highly successful season with
the Spokane Symphony Orchestra
(Wash.), first as associate conductor and
now in a redefined
role of resident
conductor. a
He is known
for his charismatic
presence on and
off the podium, in-
novative and audi-
ence-friendly pro-
gramming -skills,
and thoughtful in-
S terpretations of
both standard and
contemporary
repertoire.
During Mr.
Nakahara's six-
year tenure as mu-
sic director and
conductor of the
Holland Symphony
Orchestra in
Michigan, the
Grand Rapids
Press ,declared,
"What is notable is
how musically and
expressively the or-
chestra performs.
Credit for that goes
Photo Submitted to its music direc-
3kahara, will perform tor. International
success for Naka-
hara would sur-
prise nobody who has seen him work."
A native of Kagoshima, Japan, Mr.
Nakahara, holds degrees from Andrews
University and the University of Cincin-
nati College-Conservatory of Music.,
Additional information about the
JSO can be found online at www.jax


symphony.org. For more info about Mori-
hiko Nakahara, visit his. Web site at
www. morihiko-nakahara.com.
Season pass tickets, which cover this
event and all
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neld
the
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Series season, :
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dents (ages MORIHIKO NAKAHARA
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and children (ages 5-12): $30.
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der is free.
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The Music Center and the Suwannee
County Chamber of Commerce. Tickets
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afternoon of the concert.
"Live! At Dowling Park" is pleased to
welcome guests participating in the Reci-
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Concerts of Lake City Inc.
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concert, please call Dick Grillo at (386)
658-5557, or e-mail dgrillo@acvillage.net.
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Greenville Country Christmas Enjoyed By Everyone


Photo submitted by Kathy Reams, Dec. 13, 2008
The Greenville Baptist Church youth were all smiles in the Country Christmas parade.


Photo submitted by Kathy Reams, Dec. 12, 2008
Christian Heritage Academy's Pre-K Class won first place in the Gingerbread
House contest; Kirsten Bailey, left, accepts the award for the Academy. Mary Kate
Brooks won second place and Debra Shepherd won third place.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Greenville was festive and adorned.
with smiling faces everywhere during
Greenville's annual Country Christmas,
which was held Friday, Dec. 12 and Satur-
day, Dec. 13.
The event began with the bake-off
contest judging at 5 p.m. at the Senior Cit-
izens Center. This year's winners were:
Cookies
1st Place - Bali Thigpen
2nd Place - Bali Thigpen
3rd Place - Martha Brown
Breads
1st Place - Randie Goff
2nd Place - Rose Thigpen
3rd Place - Bali Thigpen
Pies
1st Place - Judy Frifsche
2nd Place - Rose Thigpen
Cakes
1st Place - Rebecca Myers
2nd Place - Juanita Cason
3rd Place - Rose Thigpen
Candies.
lst Place - Bali Thigpen
2nd Place - Rose Thigpen
3rd Place - Bali Thigpen
Community caroling and a live nativ-


ity scene at Haffye Hays Park at the Gaze-
bo followed the contest judging. Refresh-
ments were then served at the Senior Cit-
izens Center.
On Saturday, arts and crafts and food
booths were open all day
The opening ceremony was held and
emcee Thomas Cottle introduced the
Greenville Country Christmas grand
marshals, Beryle and Billie Scarboro;
The parade was a big hit with festival
attendees. It began at 11a.m.
At 12:30 p.m., announcements were
made and the bakeoff winners and gin-
gerbread house winners were an-
nounced.
Entertainment was held beginning at
12:30 p.m. and featured LifeSong and
Heaven Sound.
'A cake auction was held at 1:30 p.m.
At 6 p.m., the Greenville High Re-
union was held. Members of all classes at
GHS attended.
A big hand is extended to Margaret
Poppell, event coordinator, Kathy Reams,
publicity chairman, Chris Norris,
William Ware, Adam Simmons and Trish
Cloud (bake-off judges) and to the Tourist
Development Council, who helped fund
Greenville Country Christmas.


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"Go tell it on the mountain, over the hills and every-
where!"
Sunday morning service began with the dedication
of beautiful baby Sarah Elizabeth Rutherford, daughter
of Dan and Gina Rutherford.
This was followed by Debbie Bass singing "Breath of
Heaven." Doug Finney then gave the offertory prayer.
Pastor Ferrell's message came from Matthew 2:1-11.
His focus was on the birth of Christ, also that Jesus is.
the Son of David, and the King of Kings. He also made
. .. , references to the holiday hymn, "Come All Ye Faithful."
He told the three steps of adoration: The first is to re-
,', "vere something, or think highly Step 2 is worship. And
'" Step 3 is adoration. This is a personal and deep emotion.
Upcoming events at Madison First Baptist are as fol-
lows: Our annual Christmas cantata is Dec. 20 and 21 at
6 p.m. in the sanctuary Following the Dec. 21 perfor-
mance will be a church-wide Christmas social. Dec. 24,
there will be a special Christmas Eve candle light com-
munion service.
We would like to invite you to join us for our ser-
vices! Our worship schedule is as follows: Sunday
School: 10-11 a.m. Sunday morning worship: 11 a.m.-12
noon. 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.
S'Our prayers this week go to everyone in hopes that
you will all remember the true reason for the season. Re-
member that this time of year is a celebration of the
birth of Christ and the gift of eternal life and hope that
He has given us.
Also remember that this time of year is the time to
give. Giving help or receiving help is often the greatest
gift of all. Always know that, even if you may not need
someone to help you, that person may need to help you
in order to help themselves. Sometimes kindness is the
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When the Celebration House opened as a senior
ministry sponsored by Lee United Methodist
Church, it was anticipated that the timely service
would be well received. What wasn't anticipated,
however, is just how much could be accomplished
when loving caregivers combine with a construc-
tive environment, not to mention a host of helpers
and volunteers. The results have been extraordi-
nary.


The Celebration House is a senior adult day care
facility located on the north side of the grounds of
Lee UMC, which is just south of U.S. 90 on C.R. 255.
Cheryl Register and Audrey Land are the primary
caregivers at the center, where both include that
special sense of spiritual ministry with each physi-
cal activity they organize.
Recently, with the super sharing of Pat Blair,
several of the.patrons joined together to plant a
small fenced-in garden in the back yard. From a
clinical perspective, these types of activities are
very life enriching. From a practical perspective,
the harvest will eat well and be a source of pride for


all involved.
Keeping with the season, residents have also un-
dertaken a variety of holiday crafts, many of which
are on display and for sale. These crafts are ex-
tremely affordable, but more importantly, they are
exceptionally creative and decorative. Of course,
these funds will go right back to adding and im-
proving programs, so even if one has no immediate
need for a senior recreation center, everyone is still
urged to drop by and pick up a Christmas craft for
their own table or that of family and friends.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Michael Curtis, December 11, 2008
Decorative Christmas crafts shine brightly in the hall
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MCHS JV Record




Climbs Even Higher


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry
The JV Cowboys chalked-up another win on Dec. 16 against Baker County.


By Eddie Richie
zHead Coach, MCHS Varsi-
ty and Junior Varsity Boys
Madison 64
Baker County 22
Record 5-2
Tuesday night's game
:versus Baker County was
another big win for Madi-
Sson County's JV boys as


they rolled to a running
clock in the fourth quarter.
This is the third straight
game the JV has held their
opponent below 25 points.
Again, everyone got to
play and all but two play-
ers scored.
Point leaders:
Archie Wilson: 12


Bryan Williams: 10
Stephen Watts: 7
Terry Morris: 7
Damarcus Norton: 7
Rashad Guyton: 5
Chris Brown: 4
Kelvin Bellamy: 4
Keith Thomas: 3
Nicko Thomas: 3
Charles Brown: 2


By Fran Hunt
Special from the Jefferson
Journal
The Aucilla Christian
Academy Lady Warriors
varsity basketball team
stands 8-2 on the season
after winning four of its
last five games.
ACA squared off
against Westwood Dec. 1
and came out with a 36-22
victory. Aucilla took the
first quarter, 14-3, dropped
the second, 9-4, took the
third, 6-4 and the fourth,
12-7.
Leading the score for
the Lady Warriors was
Chelsea Dobson with 16
points, 8 rebounds; 4
steals;' and Mallory
Plaines with 10 points, 4
rebounds, 5 assists, 4
steals, 2 blocked shots.
Kaitlin Jackson, 6
points, 6 rebounds, 2 as-
sists, 7 steals; Tiffany Fun-
derburke, 2 points, 1 block;
Savannah Williams, . 2
points, 8 rebounds; Miran-
da Wider, 3 rebounds, 5 as-
sists and 4 steals; and
Jodie Bradford, 6 rd-
bounds.
Aucilla was trounced
47-24 Dec. 2 by FAMU. The
Lady Warriors were
outscored in all four quar-
ters, dropping the first,
2-10, the second, 7-9, the
third, 6-11 and the fourth,
:9-17.
Leading the -score-
board for Aucilla was
Plaines with 9 points, 6 re-
bounds arfd 4 assists; and
Dobson with 7 points and 8
rebounds.
Tiffany Brasington
with 4 points; Bradford, 4
points; Wider had 4 re-
bounds; and Jackson, 4 re-
bounds and 3 steals.
The Lady Warriors


scalped Altha 53-7, Friday,
Dec. 5. ACA took all four
quarters, blanking Altha
9-0 in the first, downing
Altha 14-4 in the second,
and 16-3 in the third, and
blanking them in the
fourth, 14-0.
Leading the scorers for
the Lady Warriors was
Dobson with 16 points, 7
rebounds and 4 steals;
Plaines with 12 points, 5
rebounds and 5 assists;
and Jackson with 12
points, 5 rebounds, 5 as-


sists and 6 steals.
Brasington scored 6
points with 3 assists;
Williams, 5 points, 7 re-'
bounds and 6 steals; Wider,
2 points, 7 rebounds; and
Bradford, 2 assists.
Aucilla hammered
Maranatha Christian
59-15 on Dec. 8. The Lady
warriors took the first
quarter, 18-2, thd second,
13-6, the third, 10-2 and
the fourth, 18'-5.
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Page 2B


Lady Panthers


Lose Valiant


Battle To


Lady Warriors


By Eddie Richie
Head Coach, MCHS Varsity and Junior Varsity Boys
Those who missed Tuesday's Madison County varsi-
ty boys versus Baker County basketball game missed a
great game.
Coming into Tuesday, Baker County was 6-0 and fea-
tured a Division 1 college prospect-J. Wiseman-who
has been averaging 25 points per game. But the Cowboys
didn't let a perfect record keep them from believing Bak-
er County could be beat.
Madison started off with a 6-0 run. Then, Baker
County took control to up 1 at the end of the first. The
second quarter was mostly Baker's, except for the last 2
minutes. Madison was down only 5 at halftime, 29-24.
Wiseman had 15 points in the first half.
The start of the third was good for Baker, as they
shot ahead by 11. Madison really buckled down on de-
fense and came all the way back to take a 1-point lead go-
ing into the fourth.
The fourth quarter was where'the real fun began.
Baker led by as much as 7 in the fourth. With two min-
utes left, Madison came roaring back with solid defense.
With 30 seconds left, Madison was down 1 point and
Darius Livingston was at the. line. He hit both free


throws to go up by 1.
The Madison defense stopped Baker and hit one of
two free throws to go up by 2 with 16 seconds left:
The Cowboys got another big stop and rebound. Jor-
dan Johnson missed both free throws with five seconds
left, but DeAngelo Tucker got the offensive rebound and
put the ball back up to put the game out of reach.
Madison secured the win with a final score of 61-57.
Wiseman had 0 points in the second half.
Even though it won't show in the stats, Jermaine
Har's' job most of the night was to guard Wiseman. He
did an excellent job. Will Turner, Mar'Terrius McDaniel
and Tucker all took turns with him and also did a great
job.
This was truly a team win.
Come out and support the Cowboys Saturday, as all
four teams play at NFCC against Live Oak.
Stat leaders: *
DeAngelo Tucker:' 23 points, 6 steals, 3 assists, 3 re-
bounds
Mar'Terrius McDaniel: 17 points, 7 assists, 5 re-
bounds, 3 steals
Jordan Johnson: 13 points, 4 rebounds
Darius Livingston: 2 points, 6 rebounds


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene
The Panthers couldn't stop the Warriors Dec. 1.
SBy Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Academy Lady Panthers fought
valiantly, but lost to the Aucilla Christian Academy Mid-
dle School Lady Warriors 49-23 in a basketball game
played at Wilmer Bassett Gym in Aucilla on Monday,
Dec.l.
The Lady Panthers led Aucilla 5-2 at the end of the
first quarter, but the Lady Warriors roared back with ve-
locity and led the Lady Panthers 22-11 at the half.
At the end of the third quarter, the Lady Warriors
increased their lead to 28-13 before caging the Lady Pan-
thers in the fourth quarter.
Whitney Stevens had the hot hand for the Lady Pan-
thers as she scored 17 points, including an amazing 4 for
5 beyond the three-point line.
Sierra Rogers scored 4 points for the Lady Panthers.
Danielle Aranda scored 2 points for Madison Acade-
my.
Brooke Kinsley and Pamela Watt led the Lady War-
riors in scoring with each chipping in 8 points.
Michaela Metcalfe scored 6 points.
Brooke Kinsey and Wendy Yang had 4 points each.
Ashli Cline, Lauren Demott, Kelli Evans,
Ashley Schofill and Audrey Waters each scored 2 points.
Jasmine Ward and Ariel Blanton coach the Lady
Panthers.


ACA Middle School Girls Continue Undefeated Season


By Fran Hunt
Special from the Jefferson Journal
Aucilla Christian Academy's middle
school girls basketball team downed the
Robert F Munroe Lady Bobcats Dec. 5 and
8 and the Georgia Christian Academy Lady
Generals Dec. 9 to stand 6-0 on the season.
ACA beat the Lady Bobcats 27-23, Fri-
day, Dec. 5, at home. Coach Derrick Burrus
said the opening, quarter displayed the
tone of the hard fought contest.
The Lady Warriors outscored the Lady
Bobcats 6-4 in the first quarter; tied at 6-6
in the second; took the third, 10-8; and the
teams locked it up at 6-6 in the fourth.
Scoring for the Lady Warriors was


Michaela Metcalfe, with 10 points; Brooke
Kinsley, 5 points; Brooke Kinsey, 4 points;
Ashley Schofill, 4 points; Ashli Cline, 2
points; and Pamela Watt, 2 points.
"It was a very close competition," said
Burrus. "Both teams played their hearts
out, and fortunately, we pulled out the vic-
tory
The Lady Warriors traveled to R.EF
Munroe Monday, Dec. 8, and defeated the
Lady Bobcats in a very tough, low-scoring
game of 12-7.
Making a mark' on the court was Watt
with 5 steals and 4 rebounds; Kinsey: 5
points, 4 steals and 4 rebounds; and Kins-
ley with 2 points, 4 steals and 2 rebounds.


Metcalfe scored 2 points, Kelli Evans
bucketed 1 from the three-point zone, and
Cline grabbed 11 rebounds and 4 steals.
ACA traveled to Dasher, Ga., to take on
the Lady Generals, Tuesday, Dec. 9, and re-
turned with a 39-19 victory under their
belts.
The girls drew first blood on the board
and maintained the lead through the first
quarter, which ended, 13-4. All five of Au-
cilla's starting squad scored in the first
half, taking the Lady Warriors' lead to
25-10.
In the third quarter, the Lady Generals
scored only 2, compared to Aucilla's 14. Au-
cilla did not score during the fourth, and


the Lady Generals took 7.
Leading the scoreboard for the Lady,
Warriors was Brooke Kinsley with 13
points and 4 steals.
Brooke Kinsey scored 9 points; Pamela
Watt, 6 points, 4 rebounds and 8 steals;
Michaela Metcalfe, 5 points and 6 steals;
Ashli Cline, 2 points, 5 rebounds and 4
steals; and Ashley Schofill and Jessica
Welch scored 2 points, each.
"These ladies are playing very well
this season and working very well togeth-
er," said Coach Derrick Burrus. "We have
good depth in every position and are look-
ing forward to the second half of the sea-
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Friday, December 19, 2008


Lee Readers Reap Rewards


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lee Elementary
School (LES) cafeteria was
standing room only on Dec.
11, as the Madison County
High School "Cowboy
Thunder" drum line and a
few dozen of the Vaquero
Band entertained students
and guests gathered to cele-
brate reading achieve-
ments from all grades.,
Principal Jack McClel-
lan, stepping up recently
to fill the big shoes of the
retiring Principal Larry
Alderman, welcomed par-
ents and friends of LES,
later turning the .micro-
phone over to grade orga-
nizers who then led their
respective students in
short plays and songs de-
voted to the theme.
. "Get Fired Up For
Reading!" the yellow drag-
on snorted on the colorful
green t-shirts presented to
students who were recog-
nized for accomplish-
ments in the Accelerated
Reader program.
First, winners from
each class were recog-
nized. Then, all readers
who completed the sum-
mer reading requirements


were awarded the shirts.
In the end, all participants
were praised for their
reading commitment and
rewarded with a big cookie
and a big smile from par-
ents and faculty
The Accelerated Read-
er program is built around
a simple formula: Read a
recommended book and
score 80 percent or higher
on a computerized review
test. Then, repeat often,
and watch the points accu-
mulate. Points are award-
ed according to the book's
size and.difficulty In the fi-
nal tally, Emily Grosskopf
was the overall point
leader this year, building
on her considerable ac-
complishments in both
reading and writing.
Classroom teachers
contributed substantially
to the process, with extra
kudos going out to librari-
an Cindy Miller,, to her
very special super helper,
Marjorie Heatter, and, of
course, to Kathy McCol-
lum, for her ongoing devo-
tion to improve all teach-
ing and learning at Lee.
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.


Greene Publishingi.lnc. Photo by Michael Curtis, December 11, 2008
Friends Zach Harvey (left) and Bill Kuhl, third graders at Lee Elementary, get ready to enjoy the Accelerated
Reader awards ceremony.


Suwannee Takes First And Second Place In Brain Bowl Tournament


Suwannee High School
won both first and second:
place in the North Florida
Community College High
School Brain Bowl Tourna-
ment on Nov. 20 at NFCC.
"Some of our district's
best and brightest students
competed in the annual
NFCC High School Brain
Bowl Tournament," said
Dr. Tony DeLia, NFCC in-
structor and tournament
coordinator. "These stu-
dents demonstrated excep-
tional levels of reasoning,
computational skills and
knowledge base .in a wide


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range of academic fields as
well as areas of popular in-
terest and culture."
Five schools, including
Aucilla Christian Acade-
my, Branford High School,
Lafayette High School,
Suwannee High School,
Taylor County High School
and Wakulla, represented
12 teams in the tourna-
ment.
The teams divided to
play six rounds in two
round robin brackets;
three teams competed in
the "Newton" bracket and
three competed in the


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Chalking up points for
the Lady Warriors were
Plaines with 16 points and
13 rebounds for a double-
double, and 2 assists; and
Jackson with 14 points and
snagging 11 rebounds, for
a double-double, with 2
steals.
. Funderburke, 8 points,
5 rebounds; Dobson, 6
points, 5 rebounds;
Williams, 6 points, 6 re-
bounds and 2 assists; Bras-
ington, 6 points and 4
steals; and Bradford, 3
points and 10 rebounds.
The Lady Warriors
downed Georgia Christian
49-28, Tuesday, Dec. 9. The
Lady warriors took the first
quarter, 12-7, the second,
14-3, the third, and 19-7 and


dropped the fourth, 4-11.
Leading the score-.
board for ACA was Dobson
with 14 points, 7 rebounds,
1 blocked shot; and Plaines
with 13 points and 14 re-
bounds for a double-dou-
ble, 3 assists, and 2 blocked
shots.
Jackson, 7 points, 12
rebounds, 3 assists and 2
steals; Bradford, 5 points, 4
rebounds; Funderburke, 2
points; Brasington, 2
points and 5 steals;
Williams, 2 points, 5 re-
bounds, 3 steals; and
Wider, 4 points, 7 re-
bounds, ,4 assists, and 2
steals.
The Lady, Warriors
face off against Munroe, 6
p.m., today, at Aucilla.


"Pascal" bracket. The top
two teams from each


bracket competed in the
playoff round before the fi-


nal championship game.
At the end of the regu-


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Photo Submitted
"Suwannee Green" team members, left to right, Sammi Harmon, Walker Helven-
ston, Donovan Pate and Freddy Mowry defeated "Suwannee Gold" in the championship
round of the NFCC High School Brain Bowl Tournament Nov. 20 at NFCC.


NFCC Students Give Back


North Florida Commu- the Madison County Consol-
nity College's Business idated Christian Ministries
Club, under the coordina- Food Bank. The drive lasted
tion of Club President Do- several weeks, during
minique Reed (above), re- which food donations were
cently hosted a food drive on made campus wide by facul-
campus to aid the efforts of ty, staff and students.


lar competitions, "Suwan-
nee Green" led the Newton
bracket and "Aucilla 3" and
"Suwannee Gold" were
ti6d at the top of the Pascal
bracket, but "Suwannee
Gold" took the top position
by a head-to-head win.
In the playoffs "Suwan-
nee Green" defeated "Aucil-
la 3" and "Suwanee Gold"
defeated "Taylor 1." Third
place was awarded to Au-
cilla.
In a very impressive
championship round,
"Suwannee Green" defeat-
ed "Suwannee Gold" for
the first place trophy.
SHS also won the
NFCC High School Brain
Bowl Tournament in 2007,
returning the first place
award to NFCC's six-coun-
ty district after being held
for three years in a row by
out-of-district competitor
Wakulla.
Members of the first
place "Suwannee Green"
brain bowl team are Sam-
mi Harmon, Walker Hel-
venston, Donovan Pate and
Freddy Mowry Members of
the "Suwannee Gold" team
are Phett Barker, John Har-
mon, Emilie Farris and
Barbara Cody. SHS brain
bowl coaches are Michael
Pate and J.L. Kirby
NFCC hosts the high
school brain bowl competi-
tion each year and also has
its own college-level brain
bowl team which competes
in collegiate tournaments
across the state and region.
For more information
on NFCC, the high school
brain bowl competition or
NFCC's college-level brain
bowl team, contact Dr.
Tony DeLia at (850) 973-
1632 or DeLiaA@nfcc.edu.


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END


By Alfa Hunt
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The failed attempt by the Union soldiers to seize the
Floridian capital proved to be costly According to the
records of casualties, the Union soldiers suffered the
loss of 11 officers and 192 men. To add to this, 42 officers
and 1,110 men were wounded, as well as 2 officers and
504 men missing in action. The Southern forces didn't
suffer as greatly Seven officers and 86 men were killed,
49 officers and 798 men were wounded in battle. Only six,
men were reported missing, one of which was Gilford
Waller of Madison County.
Enoch Vann told about his experience in the battle
of Olustee:.
"I was first lieutenant of a
company organized here called
the 'Home Guard', which did
service...when the battle of
Olustee was fought; it
stood ground at the rail-
road bridge across the
Suwannee River at a
place then called
Columbus, situated
on the eastern side
of the river...It was
found that the de-
serters in Taylor
and Lafayette coun-
ties would burn the
bridge to keep rein-
forcements from
reaching General
Finegan...One night
Chandl6r H. Smith
and I stood guard af-
*ter midnight on the
western end of the
bridge, the camp be-
ing in the town on
the opposite side,
when the report of a Photo Contributed to J
pistol was heard. We Gilford Waller, missing in action
rose and marched to of Olustee. His body was never fou
the eastern end of
the bridge where
two other 'Home Guarders' had been posted, where'we
found both of th(hn asleep, one snoring loudly. We
aroused them and.returne.d to our post. Train 1.ad after
train load of Cosifederate.-soldiers passed over .that


TO


bridge to re-enforce General Finegan. And, a
tie of Olustee, train loads of wounded so
brought to Madison..."
Hospitals were organized in the St. John
building, in the Benjamin Wardlaw home w
the Smith Mansion, as well as in other plac
the wounded men died in these hospitals an
in Oak Ridge Cemetery. These men are onl
by simple headstones bearing the initials C.
The only other battle which was foug
Madison County was that of Natural.Bridg
Tallahassee. At Natural Bridge, a small gr
federate soldiers, aided by old men and
boys from a school in Tallahassee, defeat-
ed a great magnitude of Union troops
who had come up the St. Marks River
expecting to capture the state capi-
tal without any difficulty Colonel
Caraway Smith and his cavalry
partook in the battle as well.
Judge Vann told about de-
serters nearly overrunning.
Taylor County, and lots of
them existed in Lafayette
and Levy counties as well.
Plantations throughout
Madison County would of-
ten be raided by small
groups of orchestrated
renegades. Jerrell Shofner
in his "History of Jeffer-
son County" reported that
some citizens of Madison
. County joined the Second
. Florida Union Cavalry,
which consisted of Union
y ' sympathizers as well as de-
serters.,
Those who were not
away serving the Confed-
eracy on the battlefield
Jewel Drawdy Jones such as young boys, old
at the battle men, women, girls, as well
nd. as slaves, worked to gather
food and obtaining other
supplies for the men fight-
ing out on the battlefield. Marjorie Stonem
in "Florida: The Long Frontier" said:
."To, the surprise of Northern abolit
gweatest.,iimher4i. blacks remained faithfi
_.. . ^. ' .. - ' ple and places
ways known...
ty, their sense
ability, their e
skill in agric
hard work we
bone of the en
fort..."
The women
mained in Flor
for their meS
home made bla
clothing and
* through the
groups.. .Thro
. . tainments su
Stancerts and play:
S managed to r
for the hospi
families were
S without luxi
were formerly
such as suga
These would
/ �to the soldiers.
, jOnly a m
the War Be
States finally
end, the womE
son present
W forged sword
Dickerson.
along with b
unit, waged a
attack against
troops in Ea
The cavalry of
S . was the only k
ry unit to ever
enemy gunbc
Vann gave th
tion speech.
"...There a
more highly
the services of
soldier, than tI
our Southern (
When he goe
meet the ene
country, she f
with blessings
. and prayers for
and safety In
and on the cai
anticipates his
with ready ha
them. In the I
cools his fever
she stands
. guardian ar
* -should his pri


gbe trampled i
and with it


ffter the bat-
idiers were

's Seminary
which is now
es. Some of
d are buried
y identified
S.A.
ght close to
ge, south of
oup of Con-


blood, she waters his grave with her tears and embalms
his memory in her great feeling heart. Should he, as you
have done, some forth from the field of carnage un-
scathed, with victory ever perched upon his banner, she
wreathes for him the laurel chaplet, and places it upon
his heroic brow. This the mothers and daughters of
Florida have done for you.
'"As a feeble testimony of their thanks and gratitude
for your gallant services in the defense of the State of
Florida, we present you with this sword..."
Judge Vann commented that "Captain Dickinson
made a better and shorter reply."


In less than a
S month, General
., . Robert E. Lee
S. surrender to
Ulysses S. Grant
S- at the Appomat-
S . tox Court House.
i At least one
Madison County
O soldier was pre-
sent to witness
the surrender of
the South. Oliver
Perry Smith and
his wife, the for-
mer Nancy Eliza-
beth Wesson, was
living on a farm
in Madison
County when
war was de-
clared. He enlist-
ed into the Tenth
Florida Regi-
ment and had his
first taste of bat-
tlr at the Battle of
Second Bull Run,
where he hap-
Photo Contributed to L.A. Bailey pened.to attain a
Oliver Perry Smith and his wife, Nancy Eliza- bullet-in the right
beth Wesson Smith. Taken around 1900. shoulder. Al-
,__though his shoul-
der never com-
nan Douglas pletely healed, Smith continued to fight through the en-
- tire Civil War. His name was recorded to have been on
iornists.. .the Lee's list of soldiers who surrendered. Smith was dis-
tl.to the peo- .charged at Appomattox. Weeks later when Smith ar-
they mhad al- y lived home on foot, he saw his daughter for the first
.their loyal- time. She was born only two months after his departure
of responsi- for the battlefields.
experienced Upon the surrender of Lee to Grant, President of
culture and the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, as well as his
re the back- Cabinet fled for their lives. John Cabell Breckenridge,
tire war ef- who served as Vice President of the United States under
President James Buchanan, was the Confederate Minis-
on who re- ter of War. After leaving President Davis in Washing-
rida waiting ton, GA, Breckinridge fled south. He spent the evening
n to come hours of April 15, 1865, as a guest of Benjamin Wardlaw
ankets, wool in the Smith Mansion in Madison. The next day ,Breck-
Sbandages inridge crossed the Suwannee at Moseley's Ferry near
ir sewing present-day Dowling Park, and evacuated the area.
ugh enter- Judge Vann reported hearing the news that the war
ch as con- and the Confederacy had finally come to an end:
s, the ladies "When General Lee surrendered it was several
aise money days afterwards before the news reached Madison. An
itals. Many Irishman named Pat Muirphy had passed through on
forced to go his way home, giving us the first news of the surren-
uries they der. It was not believed by many, and there were threats
[y used to of lynching him as a lying deserter. Before Murphy's
ir. and tea. tale had been confirmed, upon passing along the street
also be sent I met a man (I forget his name), who had a silver dollar
in his hand, and swapped him a Confederate thousand
month before dollar bill for it. So, I had some money to start anew
,,tween the on..."
came to an Judge Mays, who had defeated Vann in the legisla-
en of Madi- tive election in 1860, died before the end of his term.
d a newly Judge Vann ran for the newly opened position and this
to Cap. J.J. time he met victory. The next year he ran for the Flori-
Dickerson, da Senate, and again he was won. He was chosen presi-
his cavalry dent of the Senate for the 1862-63 session as well as the
successful 1863-64 session. However, he refused to run for the same
t the Union office for the 1864-65 session. General Allison of Quincy
st Florida. was elected to the position instead.
f Dickerson As president of the Senate, Allison became Gover-
mown caval- nor when Governor Milton committed suicide towards
capture an the end of the great war. Allison served as governor
oat. Judge when Federal troops occupied Tallahassee after the sur-
te presenta- render of the Confederacy and was arrested and sent to
a Federal prison at Savannah. As Judge Vann said: "Had
re none who I been re-elected president of the Senate, and become
appreciate Governor of Florida I might have met Governor Alli-
the gallant son's fate. I was lucky, was I not?"
he ladies of Judge Vann gave more insight to his experiences
onfederacy during this time:
os forth to "I made it my business during the war, to assist the
my of our families of soldiers at the front...On one occasion a
follows him wounded soldier who got a furlough to come home, was
on his head furnished by me with a horse...His parents lived south
his welfare in Lafayette County on the Suwannee about 1.2 way be-
the camp, tween this place and Troy, then the County seat of
mpaign, she Lafayette County. After the war, I and a brother lawyer
wants, and on our way to attend court at Troy, stopped overnight at
nd supplies the residence of the parents of that young man. After
hospital she breakfast when we were ready to resume our trip, I
ed brow, and asked for my bill and was told that they had no bill
by him a against me, reminding me of the favor (which I had for-
ngel, and gotten) I had done their son. My companion was re-
oud banner quired to pay for his lodging."
n the dust, Now that the war was over, the Confederacy had the
his heart's difficult task of piecing itself back together.











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Hunting Quota


System Improved


FWC Announces Manatee Decal


Art Contest For Middle And


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) direct-
ed staff on Wednesday,
Dec. 3, to proceed with de-
veloping a new set of rules
to improve the state's reg-
ulation of hunting on
wildlife management ar-
eas.
Recommended rule
changes to the Wildlife
Management Area (WMA)
Quota Hunt Permit Pro-
gram include making quo-
ta permits nontransfer-
able, adding new "guest"
permits and adding more
choices for the types of
hunts.
After hearing input
from mobility-impaired
representatives and the
public, the Commission
also directed staff to in-
clude mobility-impaired
hunts in the proposed rule
changes.
These new riles wll
be considered for final
adoption at the Commis-
sion's Feb. 4-5 meeting in
Destin, and if adopted,
will become effective for
the .2009-10 hunting sea-
son.
� It is believed that
changes are needed to the
current quota permit sys-
tem that can have a posi-
tive effect on hunter. re-
cruitment and retention
and will more fairly dis-
tribute public hunting op-
portunities.


For more than a year, a
Quota Hunt Stakeholder
Working Group, consisting
of FWC staff and mem-
bers of the hunting public,
met to review the agency's
quota permit system. Pub-
lic meetings also were held
throughout the state, and


Proposed
Improvements:

* Making quotas non-
transferable
* "Guest" permits
*New types of hunts, in-
cluding mobility-im-
paired hunts


much input was received
on how to make the quota
permit system better.
Results of the working
group's findings and rec-
ommendations. can be
viewed at consensus.fsu
.edu/FWC/quotahunt.html.
These rule proposals.
do not include making any
changes to the FWC's
Blackwater WMA dog
hunts.
A complete summary
of the proposed rule
changes and public com-
ment opportunities can be
found at MyFWC.com/Con


High School Students

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Corn- vate or home school for middle or high school.
mission (FWC) announces its 18th annual Manatee De- * Students must submit their artwork through their
cal Art Contest and invites middle and school or art teacher.
high school art students to sub- * Art teachers should sub-
mit their manatee art- imit no more than five en-
work. tries per school.


Students , " v
should coordi-
nate with their
school's art . /
teacher to
submit
their art-
work, since
each school.
may submit
no more than
five entries. Con-
test details are avail-
able online at
MyFWC.com/manatee/.
Decals are available at
any Florida county tax col- The manatee decal is av
lector office to individuals tax collector office, the sale
who donate $5 or more to protection efforts. The 200
the Save the Manatee signed by Palm Beach Coul
Trust Fund. Money from is available until June 2009,
the sale of these decals ner will be released.
supports manatee-protec-
tion efforts such as rehabilitation, rescue, research, en-
forcement'and public education.
In June 2008,15,000 decals, with artwork provided by
Palm Beach County junior Austyn Bynon, were distrib-
uted statewide to county tax collector offices for sale un-
til June 2009. Vehicle owners can support manatees by
including their donation when they register their vehi-
cle or vessel.
Manatee Decal Art Contest requirements:
* All entries must be the sole original work of the


tact/Contact_Rules_intro artist.
.htm. , * Student artists must attend a Florida public, pri-


* The designs
Should be in full
color in a
S.medium of
S 1 the artist's


,ailable at any Florida county
a of which supports manatee-
8-09 decal (above) was de-
nty junior Austyn Bynon and
when this year's contest win-


choice and
may be real-
istic or ab-
stract as
long as. the
image depicts a
recognizable
manatee.
* The artwork image
and page size should be no
larger than 8.5" x 11" with
the image centered. (Note:
Do not add any text or cap-
tions to the artwork.)
* Mount artwork on art
board with a protective pa-
per or plastic covering.
(No frames, glass cover-


ings or dry mounting.)
Design entries will be accepted only if postmarked.
on or before Jan. 31, 2009.
On Feb. 13, 2009, FWC staff will judge all qualified
entries submitted by the postmark due date. The win-
ning design will be used to create a final decal for dis-
tribution to county tax collector offices around the
state.
To see previous manatee decals, please visit
MyFWC.com/Manatee. For more information, please
contact Bonnie Abellera at bonnie.abellera@MyFWC.
.com or (850) 617-6052.


iULLI MOON HYRTTIZEk


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A fond greeting to all stargazers,
moonbeam gatherers and Sagittarian
sky riders. December's Snow Moon had
guests on the first of the month when
both Venus and Jupiter joined their
beloved moon for a celebration with ce-


lestial style. Cold the weather has turned,
but warm are the hearths that are tended
inside. Christmas is right around the icy
bend and holly is in the air. Bundle up,
dream growers, for once again the time
has come for Jack Frost to nip about as
stars and hearts join around the mistle-
toe in an effort to ward off the chill that
waits just outside the door.
The Full Long Night Moon
grew to bursting beauty on Fri-
day the 12, and it is with her
light that the world welcomes in
the winter solstice on the 21st. A
universal sign of rebirth, the
solstice, really just a second, is
the day the sun stands still. Wel-
come sol sister, for right be-
hind it will be celebrated the
day the Son was born. Even the
northern skies herald the event
as three stars in Orion's Belt
align with the brightest star to
, be found in the east. Sirius
shows de' Sol where to rise the
morning after.
Chilly it has been as lows
have plummeted into the 30s
and frost has bedecked lawns all
over Madison County. It is time
to bring in those gently potted
plants to a cozier indoors before


their leaves get frost nipped. Not fully
dedicated to full winter weather, the tem-
peratures have been bouncing back and
forth between bearable and barely. Extra
mulch around the posy beds is just the
bundling baby buds need to keep warm.
"Watching your plants and pruning
are the two main things," said Wally
Davis of Farmers Supply in Madison.
"Be sure to prune perennials, meaning
all plants that come back, every year.
Bulbs might be best covered with pine
straw mulch to keep them warm and now
would be a good time to put down some
bone meal, while you're at it, so it can
start breaking down. Fruit trees don't
necessarily need to be covered, though.
Wind damage is what should be watched.
A cold wind beating trees and plants
about is more damaging
than cold weather itself. If
the plant is covered, just
make sure to uncover it
the next day before the
sun comes up and turns it
into a hot house if its go-
ing to go back to being
warm. Once again, it's
mainly pruning and
watching, though."
So, no matter how its
said, the name of the


game is keeping warm this wintry won-
der-time. Grab a little sweet heat under
the mistletoe and have a joyous Koleda,
Junkanoo, Makara Sankranti, Amatera-
su, Beiwe, Goru, Inti Raymi, Hogmanay,
Deuorius Riuri, Choimus, Dong Zhi,
Feast of St. Lucy and a Kala Chris-
touyenna, Mele Kalikimaka, Buone Feste
Natalizie, Linksmu Kaledu, Froehliche
Weihnachten, God Jul, Shinnen omedeto,
Chena tova, Joyeux Noel, Prejeme Vam
Vesele Vanoce a stastny Novy Rok, Shub
Naya Baras, Nollaig Shona Dhuit, Kung
his Hsin Nien bing Chu Shen Tan, Mitho
Makosi Kesikansi, Glaedelig Jul, Merry
Keshmish, I'D MIILAD SAID OUA SANA
SAIDA, Merry Christmas!
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be
reached at tyrra@greenepublishing .com.


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WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 24, 2008


Noah .McVicker and
his Dad, Joseph, brought a
new product to the market
that their new company,
Rainbow Crafts, manufac-
tured. It became an instant
hit. Well, not exactly.
What originally start-
ed out as a modeling com-
pound was first marketed
as a wallpaper cleaner.
When it failed, as a wallpa-
per cleaner, they adapted,
tweaked and re-introduced
it a year later as a kid's toy.
It was first sold to schools,
r kindergartens and nurs-
ery schools in 1955.
A year later, they first
offered it to the general
public at a department
store in Washington, D.C.
It came in only one color
and one size, an off-white,
1% pound can. Since that
day 50 years ago, more
than two billion cans of
the stuff have been sold.,
It was 1956 when the
McVickers introduced
their new product, which
had a texture similar to
bread dough. It was the
same year that the depart-
ment of Agriculture intro-
duced the four basic food
groups, and the minimum
wage was just $1 an hour.
Other new inventions that
year included Certs,
Yahtzee and the first ant
farm ever sold (with live
ants). The Wizard of Oz
made its TV debut, as did
Elvis Presley.
Nine years later, Gener-
al Mills bought the McVick-


ers' Rainbow Crafts Com-
pany. Then in 1971, Kenner
merged with Rainbow
Crafts; Tonka Toys would
later buy out the merged
'company Finally in 1991,
Hasbro bought Tonka and
its popular product, the
same one that started out
as a wallpaper cleaner, and.
made it part of its
Playskool division.
Are you following all
this? We're almost 'there.
So what was. it that the
McVickers invented?
Play-Dqh!
Joseph's sister-in-law,
a nursery school teacher,
didn't like the type of mod-
eling clay that she was us-
ing with her young stu-
dents, so Joseph sent her
some of the stuff that they
had been marketing as
wallpaper cleaner. She
loved it!
When many of the
Cincinnati schools started
ordering it, Joseph took it
to , ari education trade
show, and this is where the
department store men-
tioned earlier placed its
first order. Joe McVitker,
who was working for his
Dad, Noah, at the time, be-
came a millionaire before
his 27th birthday The rest
is history.
It was granted a patent
in 1965, but the formula for
Play-Doh has remained top
secret. It is protected by a
trade secret, which is the
same type of protection
that keeps the formula for
Coca-Cola and the recipe
for Kentucky Fried Chick-
en confidential.
Play-Doh even has its
own day named after it;
September 18 is known as
National Play-Doh Day
What started out as an ac-
cidental invention became
one of the most popular
children's products of all
time.


PRACTICAL



ASTROLOGY

Aries (March 21-April 19): There's no such thing as
having too much fun. Today's amusements will make
wonderful conversational material for the many social
obligations you'll be attending in the near future.
Taurus (April 20-May 20): Your inclination is first to
be nice. Nice works for you in most cases - but not all.
Woe to the person who inspires you to go with your sec-
ond inclination - to get your- way, period.
Gemini (May 21-June 21): Multi-tasking is like a
sport to you now. You feel so productive doing a million
things at once. Tonight you react tp loved ones in ways
that surprise even you. Chalk it up to learning.
Cancer (June 22-July 22): You've done a pretty good
job being you. Spoiling yourself a little bit won't cause
you to go all soft. In fact, saying yes to your own needs
is the most healing thing you can do right now.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): You luck out in the love de-
partment. Don't just chalk it up as a fluke - your win-
ning streak stretches through the next three days.
Tonight you have fun finding things to do that don't in-
volve a lot of money
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You've got a whodunit on
your hands. There are several suspects. but don't jump
to conclusions until you do. some thorough investigat-
ing. The answer isn't so obvious.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23): You're becoming aware of
new internal stirring, developing fascinations and
consciousness-expanding pursuits. Your "aha" mo-
ment is around the corner.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21): Life is a bit like a 3-D
poster now. Look deeply into a flat part. Change your
position and blur your eyes so that you no longer see
the distinctions between things. A new image or way of
viewing things pops out at you.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You have an effect on
people. You make them feel a certain way Get in touch
with exactly what that effect is and what that feeling
feels like. Ask pointed questions and get candid an-
swers.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): The quickest way to
your goal is to let others know that it's in their interest
to promote your interest. A close encounter with some-
one powerful revs your engine.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Life flows simply when
you're operating alone. But having an easy time is not
the point now. Working with others brings enriching
challenges.
Pisces (Feb. 192-March 20): You do what you want. Let'
others run their own show too. Loved ones will be
drawn to you because" they feel 'free around you.
Tonight your mind is like a magic wand. Watch where
you zing that thing!


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1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
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150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
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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
DOWNTOWN APARTMENT '
FOR RENT, NEWLY
RENOVATED 1BR, 1 BATH
$450.00 MO.
� 567-1523

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395.00 mo plus Security Deposit
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973-4030
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eled tile & wood floors with car-
pet in 4 bedrooms. Fireplace,
large shaded yard, large front
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district. Off HWY 6 near Blue
Springs, f year lease, References
required. $700 a month.
$700 Security Deposit
423-538-1206 or 423-845-0590
RTN




Downtown Office/ Retail space
fori rent. 700 to 1,400 Sql ft.
567-1523
10/22-RTN
FOR RENT
Office Building across street
from Post Office, Courthouse,
and Courthouse Annex.
(Old Enterprise Recorder
Office); 111 SE Shelby St.
,Madison
Newly renovated back to the
1920's eraCall 973-4141



FOR SALE
4 SEATER HOT TUB
BLUE MARBLE DESIGN
$500. CASH ONLY
ABSOLUTE FIRM
CALL 850-973-4141

BARBED WIRE FOR SALE
59 rolls of 2 strand, 4 point barb,
5 inch spacing barbed wire.
Gaucho Brand. $40. per roll or
$2,100 for entire stock.
Call 386-736-0411


12/17-12/26


Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage
Corner lots.
Fronts both Harvey Greene Dr.
and Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
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
850-973-4141
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LEAVE NAME, TELEPHONE
NUMBER AND INFORMATION
ABOUT THE MILL.



FOR SALE: 1987 Ford Bronco.
Super hot engine! 58k original
miles. Auto trans. Differentials
don'tleak. Only rolled over once
but never "mud bogged". Upper
body has no glass but engine and
running gear awesome! Now
painted camo $500. 850-464-1165



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Scooters and 4 wheelers
JUST SCOOTERS
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850-242-9342 or 850-948-2788
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Beagle Mixed Puppies
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971-2757
12/10-12/19


FOR SALE / UWNER
FINANCING
ALL LAND BELOW IS HIGH
AND DRY

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,
$459/mo

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
850-973-4116
RTN

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
850-973-6979
12/3-1/2

Vacant Land
Parcel #5 Rolling Hills
Plantation, Madison, FL
13.57 Acres Vacant Land
Price $89,000 or make offer
Call (850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome
12/3-12/26
CHERRY LAKE
Newly remodeled 3 BR 2 Bath
Cherry Lake Home. This 1800 s/f
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with stainless steel appliances,
new wood floors and new. bath
rooms. Has a garage and a small
cottage on this 8/10 of an acre
lot. $144,800. 850-929-4991
* Bring -offers
12/10-1/9

Hidden Features! with this 2356
s/f DWMH on 10 acres in Lee,
FL $165,000 Call Sandy Kish-
ton, Daniel Crapps Agency, Inc.
386-344-0433
. '.12/17; 12/19


MODULAR HOME FOR SALE
IN TOWN SAVE $20,000.00
TURN KEY DEAL OWNER
SAYS MAKE AN OFFER IT
MUST GO CALL MIKE AT
386-623-4218


BRAND SPANKING NEW 2009
5 BEDROOM 3 BATH 2004 Sq
Ft $594.31 PER MO. SELLER
PAYS $3,500 TOWARD
CLOSING COST CALL MIKE
386-623-4218
PRICE REDUCED! SPACIOUS
MFG HOME WITH 4 BED-
ROOMS, 3 BATH, BONUS
ROOM WITH LOTS OF WIN-
DOWS. DISCONTINUED
FLOORPLAN. FOR MORE
INFO CALL SARAH
386-288-0964
BECOME A HOMEOWNER
FOR THE SAME MONTHLY
PAYMENTS YOU ARE
THROWING AWAY ON RENT.
CALL SARAH FOR MORE
INFO 386-288-0964
NEED MORE SPACE FOR A
GROWING FAMILY? 2001,5
BEDROOM, 4 BATH TRADE-
IN. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
FOR MORE INFO CALL
SARAH 386-288-0964


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WE PAY CASH..... FOR YOUR
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OR NEWER. LYNN SWEAT
386-365-5129
FOR SALE 2.68 ACRES
BETWEEN LAKE CITY AND
LIVE OAK
CAN POSSIBLY BE ZONED
COMMERCIAL
MAKE OFFER 386-365-5129
LYNN SWEAT

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MUST SELL 5 BR HOME
$49,900.00 CALL 386-288-4560

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month and
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CINDY 386-365-5370
ZERO DOWN
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$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-
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and install furniture. Paid train-
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12/17 & 12/19
Local thriving company seeks
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Education:
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Skills & Experience:
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sire to work on a team.
Knowledge of desktop manage-
ment and good typing skills are a
must.
Experience with calculator, scan-
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fice skills and knowledge or gen-
eral office equipment is re-
quired.

Job Description:
Perform any combination or
routine calculating, data entry,
office machine operation, filing
and other duties as assigned.

Salary & Benefits:
Pay commensurate with experi-
ence, 401(K); health benefits;
paid holidays, vacation and sick
leave.
PLEASE FAX RESUME TO:
850-973-2408
BOOKKEEPER
Knowledge of QuickBooks and
payroll taxes required. Able to
meet the public. Pleasant work
environment. Send resume to
112 SW Range Avenue, Madison
12/17-12/19
Seasonal Position Open - Tax
season receptionist in Madison.
Computer, phone, and customer
service skills required. Upbeat,
positive personality. Submit
resume to Employment Connec-
tions at 200 W. Base St. 2nd floor
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NOTICE OF 1:.PPLICsICON FOR TTA DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBI GIN EN, that
ARDEN BROWN, the Ilder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance, description of property and the name in which it is assessed
is as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.06-910-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2006
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: RHEA BRANSTED and GEORGE BRANSTED
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Parcel #00-00-00-6082-000-000
LOT 10 BLOCK B OF GOLDEN ACRES, a subdivision
Of the SE Q of Section 33 T 2 RIO E
All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such cer-
lificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest bidder at the WEST FRONT DOOR at the Madison
County Courthouse on the 30th day of DECEMBER, 2008 at 11:00 am.
Dated this 25TH day of November, 2008.
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON COUNTY
MADISON, FLORIDA
BY; RAMONA DICKINSON
Deputy Clerk
11/28/08. 12/05/05.12/12/08.12/19/08

..

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ARUTHUR G SMITH or FLORIDA D SMITH,
the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the prop-
Serty, and name in which it is assessed is as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.: 02-958-TD
YEAR OE ISSUANCE: '2002
NAME INWHICH ASSESSED: ERIK N BOEHM
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
LOT 4 OF MADISON ESTATES SUBDIVISION
All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest bidder at the west front door at the Madison County
Courthouse on the 30hTH day of DECEMBER, 2008 at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 25TH day of November, 2008.
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON COUNTY
MADISON, FLORIDA


BY: KAREN HOLMAN
DEPUTY CLERK


11/28/08. 12/05/05. 12/12/08. 12/19/08


LEGAL NOTICE
THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT
TO DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO
MS. REBSHEBA CUTHBERTSON, WHICH IS LOCATED AT GREENVILLE
STORAGE CENTER 14026 W. HWY. 90, GREENVILLE, FLORIDA.
TO BE PARTICULAR - UNITS G .. ; . ' . |
LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT SAID STORAGE UNIT WELL BE
EMPTIED AND DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TO A
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER
9AM ON DECEMBER 31, 2008.
S . LEGAL NOTICE
THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT
TO DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO
MR. JASON SULLIVAN, WHICH IS LOCATED AT GREENVILLE STORAGE
CENTER 14026 W. HWY. 90, GREENVILLE, FLORIDA.
TO BE PARTICULAR - UNIT E '
LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT SAID STORAGE UNIT WILL BE
EMPTIED AND DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TO A
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER 9AM ON DECEMBER 31, 2008.
LEGAL NOTICE .
THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT
TO DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO
MS. LATONYA SCOTT, WHICH IS LOCATED AT GREENVILLE STORAGE
CENTER 14026 W. HWY. 90, GREENVILLE, FLORIDA.
TO.BE PARTICULAR - UNIT J
LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT SAID STORAGE UNIT WILL BE
EMPTIED AND DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TO A
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER
9AM ON DECEMBER 31, 2008.
12/05/08. 12/12/08. 12/19/08


SUMMONS By Publication
TO: William C. Ballard
You have been sued by Lois Louise Ballard, the plaintiff, in the District Court in and fop
Elmore County, Idaho, Case No. CV-2008-339.
The nature of the claim against you is for divorce.
Any time after 20 days following the last publication of this Summons, the court
may enter a judgment against you without further notice, unless prior to that time you
have filed a written response in the proper form, including the case number and paid any
required filing fee:to the Clerk of the Court at 150 South 4th East, Suite 5, Mountain
Home, Idaho 83647, telephone (208) 587-2133 and served a copy of your response on the
plaintiff, whose mailing address and telephone number are: 1775 Canyon Creek Road,
Mountain Home, Idaho 83647, telephone (208) 587-0677.
A copy of the Summons and Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the
Clerk of the Court or the plaintiff. If you wish legal assistance, you should immediately
retain an attorney to advise you in this matter.
DATED: County District Court
MARSA GRIMMETT
Deputy Clerk
12/19/08. 12/26/08. 01102/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHI FIIIIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN %ND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-25-DP
IN THE INTEREST OF:


R.L.G., Jr.
MINOR CHILD


DOB: 08-31-2007


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Robert Garrett
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition under oath has been filed in the above
-styled court for the termination of parental rights and the permanent commitment of
R.L.G., Jr., a male child born on 08/31/2007, in Jackson County, Florida to the State of
Florida, placing agency, for subsequent adoption and you are hereby to be and appear
in the above court at the Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida 32344 on
Thursday, January 29, 2009 at 1:00 P.M., for a Termination of Parental Rights Advisory
Hearing and to show cause why said petition should not be granted. You must appear
on the date and time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES YOUR CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO
III IS CHILD. IF YOU F\IL TO \PP.%\R ON IlHE D.E A.ND INIMr SPECIFIED.
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BUMPER PKG., BFG 315" ALL TERRAIN TIRES, LOADED W/EERY
OPTION AVAILABLE, SAVE BIG MONEY ON THIS ONE!


2005 VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG 2008 CADILLAC ESCALADE
LOCAL TRADE, LEATHER, ALLOY WHEELS, POWER 'XTRA CLEAN, Only 9K Miles. Sunroof, 22" Chrome WHEELS
WINDOWS & LOCKS, Sunroof, Dual Digital Climate Controls NAVIGATION, DVD PLA, ER. CD CHANGER, HEATED/MEMORY SEATS
SUPER NICE.. SAVE BIG! POWER RUNNING BOARDS, BACKUP, CAMERA, REMOTE START, HEATED
STEERING WHEEL, A/C, POWER FOLDING REAR SEATS, IT'S PERFECT!! !


2005 CHEVY COBALT
LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, POWER WINDOWS. & LOCKS
ALLOY WHEELS, FUEL EFFICIENT FOUR DOOR SEDANII!!


2006 GMC Z-71 CREW SLT
LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 51K Miles, XTRA CLEAN, LEATHER, DUAL
POWER SEATS, HEATED/MEMORY SEATS, BOSE STEREO SYSTEM
DUAL DIGITAL CLIMATE CONTROLS, TOW PACKAGE, NERF BARS
LOADED & SUPER NICE!


2005 JEEP WRANGLER 4x4 2004 FORD TAURUS
LOCAL TRADE, AUTOMATIC, TILT & CRUISE, NERF BARS SUPER LOCAL TRADE, ALLOY WHEELS, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS
NICE, LIFT KIT w/GREAT LOOKING TIRES & WHEELS,!!! TILT & CRUISE, GREAT GAS MILEAGE, SUPER NICEIII


2007 MAZDA3 5 DOOR 2007 TOYOTA X-RUNNER
LOCAL TRADE, 27K MILES, XTRA CLEAN, ALLOY WHEELS, POWER LOCAL TRADE, 31 K MILES, Xtra CLEAN, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS,
WINDOWS & LOCKS, TILT & CRUISE, GREAT GAS MILEAGE!i! ALLOY WHEELS BRAND NEW TIRES, V-6 ENGINE, TILT & CRUISE,
CD, SPORTY TRUCK!!!


2007 PONTIAC G6 GT CONv. 2607 VW RABBIT 5 DOOR
LOCAL TRAE14K MILES, POWER HARDTOP cONVERTIBLE LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 10K MILES, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS
HEATED SEATS, LEATHER, ALLOY WHEELS, FULLY LOADED SPORTY FUN TO DRIVE AND ECONOMICAL TOO!
wall THE TOYS. MUST SEE THIS ONE! *
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2001 GMC YUKON
LOCAL TRADE, EXTRA CLEAN, LEATHER, 3RD Row SEAT
REAR AIR, CD/CASSETTE, DUAL POWER SEATS, RUNNING BOARDS
LOADED & SUPER NICEII!!
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1995 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 4x4
LCCAL TRAOE 4:4. LEATHER. RE A IR 3AI D RAoW SEAT, POWER
EvER.THING. THE PERFECT ECONOMICAL FAMILY.VEHICLE


2002 RAM 3500 QUAD CAB FLATBED 2002 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 4X4
LO.'AL TRAADE CUMMII' 'IE ;EL LEATHE,, DUAL POWER SSEA. LOCAL TRADE, LEATHER, DUAL POWER SEATS, FOUR SUNROOFS
AuOkMATic BRAND NEW FLATBED, FULLY LOADED! 18" ALLOY WHEELS, LOADED, $AVE THOU$AND$i


2003 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 2004 CHEVY EXPRESS
LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 30K MILES, IMMACULATE CONDITION LOCAL TRADE, 15 PASS. VAN, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, CD
HARD TOP; AUTOMATIC TILT & CRUISE, ALLOY WHEELS, A/C CRUISE, REAR A/C, PERFECT FOR YOUR CHUJRCH!II
NEVER BEEN OFF-ROAD!I


2005 CHEVY AVALANCHE Z71 LT 4x4
LOCAL TRADE, 51K MILES, LEATHER, MOONROOF
HEATED/MEMORY SEATS DUAL DIGITAL CLIMATE CONTROLS
BOSE STEREO SYSTEM, FULLY LOADED!!!






2006 MAZDA 6 SEDAN
LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 42K MILES, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS
POWER DRIVERS SEAT, TILT & CRUISE, CD PLAYER
FUEL EFFICIENT 6 CYLINDER!!!


2004 CHEVY STEPSIDE EXT CAB
LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, ALLOY WHEELS, TOW PKG.,POWER WINDOWS &
LOCKS, DUAL CLIMATE CONTROLS, LOADED & SUPER CLEAN


2004 NISSAN PATHFINDER 2004 DODGE SPRINTER 3500
LOCAL TRADE ONLY 38K MILES PLFT.]LIu.r EDimoilI. LEATHER UP TO 25 MPG, MERCEDES DIESEL, "LANDSCAPE BED" WILL HOLD ALL
MOO-03AoO Alloy Wneels Memory Seal Dual Power Seal YOUR POWER TOOLS AND TWO RIDING MOWERS, BUMPER To BUMPER
CD Changer Cass. FULLY LOADEDII WA~nArr, A REAL PROFESSIONALS DREAM TRUCKS
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2004 CHEVY TAHOE LS
LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 40K MILES, POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS
& DRIVERS SEAT, DUAL CLIMATE CONTROLS, REAR AIR
BOSE STEREO SYSTEM, LOADED AND SUPER NICE!!i


2005 FORD 350 CREW CAB 2005 HONDA PILOT
LOCAL TRADE, ONLY 31K MILES, $8,000 SERVICE BODY LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS
WITH PIPE RACK, THIS ONE IS FLAWLESS AND READY TO 3RD ROW SEAT, CD, TILT & CRUISE, KEYLESS ENTRY
WORK HAUL YOUR ENTIRE CREW IN ONE TRUCK FUEL EFFICIENT FAMILY SUVI
AND SAVE MONEY!


2006 GMC CANYON EXT CAB
LOCAL TRADE, EXTRA CLEAN, TILT & CRUISE,
SPRAY-IN BEDLINER, &.4 CYLINDER FUEL EFFICIENT
MOTOR, GETS GREAT GAS MILEAGE!!!


2006 HONDA CRV
LOCAL TRADE, 31K MILES, POWER WINDOWS
& LOCKS. CD/CASSETTE, TILT & CRUISE,
UNBEATABLE HONDA QUALITY!!!


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2006 LEXUS RX330
LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, DRIVEN ONLY 12K MILES PER YEAR!
LEATHER, SUNROOF, ALLOY WHEELS, HEATED/MEMORY SEATS, DUAL DIGITAL
CLIMATE CONTROLS, A FLAWLESS EXAMPLE OF THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE!
THIS ONE WILL MAKE YOU SMILEIII


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