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Our 144th Year, Number'17


City Commission Seeks

Definition For Meat

Processing Plant


By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
By unanimous vote,
the Madison City Commis-
sioners approved an ordi-
nance narrowing the defi-
nition of -"slaughter-
house" at their regular
meeting on Dec. 9.
The board voted on the
first reading of a rule that
would control the expan-
sion of L&W, yenison in
the Madison County In-
dustrial Park.,
City Manager Harold
Emrieh. explained to the
board that the owners of
L&W want to expand their
operatiQn to include
slaughtering animals. at
the site.
Originally, L&W
processed meat from ani-'
mals that had been killed
elsewhere, such as deer
brought in by hunters. The
objective of the new ordi-.
nance is to prohibit ani-
mals being housed
overnight and to limit the
number of animals that
can be slaughtered weekly
After some discussion,
the commissioners ap-.
proved the ordinance,
which states that no ani-
mals may., be housed
overnight at the site and
that L&W can slaughter no
more that 30 animals per
week on location.
Emrich commented,


MYRA VALENTINE
MADISON MAYOR
"We do not want to prohib-
it their business, but we do
not want a wholesale
slaughterhouse at that
site."
The commissioners
also approved the first
reading of an ordinance to
mandate an annual review
of the Comprehensive Im-
provement Plan to see if
sufficient funding is in
place for any capital im-
provements. The review
would also report on the
capacity of infrastructure
to handle any improve-
ment project.
Public Works Supervi-
sor Chuck Hitchcock told
the board that this ordi-
nance comes from state
statutes. "They want more
control," he said.
Please See Definition,
Page 3A


Madison Sees Visions

Of Sugarplums
By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, hiic.
Visions of sugarplums began a sprightly dance in
the heads of Madison's city commissioners and Mayor
Myra Valentine at their meeting on Dec. 9. The visions
are an in-depth tour of the city, with state and national
figures; the sugarplums are various grants and loans to
address Madison's needs and to promote its progress.
The sweet treats dangled from the fingers of Steven
Vicks of .the U.S.: Department of Agriculture Rural De-
velopment Council. He explained Visioning Day, an in-
clusive tour around the city that would reveal the good,
the bad and the ugly "You have made some great strides,
but there is more to do," he said. ,
Vicks suggested inviting senators, congressmen,
and top brass on the tour-"people who have never been
to the city of Madison, but have the power to make deci-
sions about the city" The tour. would culminate over
lunch and discussion of what' the group had seen and
possible solutions to problems.
.Commissioner Jim Catron said, "It is good to see
where 'ou are and where you want to go. However, I
want to include others beside officials and pirofession-
als."
Vicks replied, "You can invite whoever you want
to."
Commissioner Sumpter James asked, "What funds
are available?" , '
Vicks said, "Our program has loan funds and grant
funds. We will make every effort to help you." He cited a
recent Visioning Day in White Springs.
Valentine said, "I am very excited about this."
Catron and Judy Townsend moved to pursue to plan.
The motion passed unanimously
In other business, City Manager Harold Emrich re-
ported a very successful clean-up day. "The crews did a
good job of disposing of the debris," he said..
Emrich also reported that city employees have do-
nated over $1,000 to United Way, and that he plans to put
in place a sidewalk repair and replacement system that
will be part of the regular budget for the next fiscal year.


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Friday, December 26, 2008


County Board Reviews Soil

And Water Conservation


Annual Report


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The 2008 Annual Re-
port of the Madison Soil
and Water Conservation
District (SWCD) was pre-
sented to the, Board of
County Commissioners on
Dec. 17. Operating as a
subdivision of state gov-
ernment, several agencies
collaborate to establish
SWCD directives, namely
the Natural Resources
Conservation: Service,
(NRCS) and the U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture
(USDA). Bern Smith, who
serves Madison County as
the local district conserva-
tionist, provided the annu-
al review to the board.
Of the dozen or so con-
servation programs men-
tioned in the report, Smith
provided highlights of sev-
eral that have demonstrat-
ed gains by helping
landowners and producers
stay in compliance with
the Farm Bill's highly
erodible land, wetland and
conservation compliance
provisions., Improvements
have come about through


both practices and tech-
nology
Twenty-five contracts,
encompassing over 3,000,
acres were approved for
the Environmental Quali-
ty Incentives Program
(EQIP) in 2008, represent-
ing, a total cost-share of
$621,029. The program pro-
vides this cost-share up to
75 percent for the cost of
installation and mainte-
nance of conservation
practices, including ani-
mal waste management
systems, irrigation sys-
tems improvement, cross
fencing and livestock wa-
ter facilities. Since 1997, al-
most five million dollars
has been approved for 258
EQIP contracts on 39,582
acres.
The Wildlife Habitat
Incentive Program (WHIP)
provides incentives to help
landowners improve
wildlife habitatfn lPrivate.
lands. In 2008. five con-
tracts totaling $64,064 were
approved, covering 517
acres.
Please See Annual
,Report, Page 3A


omLivin LeTo Mend


By Bryant Thigpen
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Legendary Naomi and
the Segos,, along with.
LifeSong, will be the fea-
tured groups for a New
Year's Gospel Music Spec-
tacular concert on Sunday,
Jan. 4, at 2 p.m. The con-
cert will take place at
Bible Deliverance Church
in Madison, and the ad-
mission is free.
Enjoying 50 years of
full-time music ministry,
the Segos continue to cre-
ate popular sounds with
strong Biblical lyrics and
quality southern gospel
music.,
Originally known as
The Sego Brothers and
Naomi, this group began
gaining exposure in the
late 1950's. James Sego,
along with his wife, Nao-
mi, and brothers, W.R. and
Lamar, hosted a popular
television program on
WMAZ-TV in Macon, Ga.
It was during this time
that they traveled to
Nashville, Tenn., and
recorded .their first hit
that would gain them na-
tional recognition, "Is My
Lord Satisfied with Me."
However, superstar-
dom came in 1962 when
The Sego Brothers and
Naomi became the first
group in history to record
and sell one million


records with the song,
"Sorry, I Never Knew
You." The rest of the 1960's
and 70's saw them touring
the globe with many other
hit songs. During the
'1970's, their popularity in-
creased with. perfor-
mances on the popular TV
show, "The Gospel Singing
Jubilee.".
Perhaps, one of their
biggest songs came along
during that time as they
enjoyed the success of the
chart topper, "Hallelujah
Square."
Now, in their fifth
decade of gospel music
ministry, this group con-
tinues to press forward for
the cause of Christ.. Trav-
eling some 200 dates a year
all over the United States
and Canada, the message
of this group remains
strong and powerful. Per-
haps, it is each group
member's own personal
experience with God that
continues to drive their ex-
cellence in performance
and ministry
Naomi and the Segos is
a legendary name in
gospel music. With their
traditional sounds, musi-
cal excellence and sinceri-
ty, they produce a message
that will lead people to
Christ.
Please See Naomi
and the Segos, Page 3A


Madison, Florida


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Earlier this month, the Madison County Board of
County Commissioners (BOCC) declined to accept the
state's offer to build and expand the biking and hiking
trail that snakes through Pinetta to the Withlacoochee
River.
This decision was based on the anticipated disrup-
tion of property owners along the path, and although
the ensuing vote was not unanimous, it was sufficient to
terminate a process that began many months prior.
The Rails to Trails project, as it is named, provided
for the redevelopment of abandoned railroad tracks/
beds into activity trails constructed in a state-park fla-
vor. Marianne Green, speaking for proponents of the
'project, approached the board during the "Petitions
from the Public" period of the Dec. 17 BOCC meeting,
appealing to them to reconsider the matter, at least so
far as allowing additional public input.
"I didn't realize a vote was coming on this issue and
I would just like a chance to discuss it more fully There
are so many benefits of this project and it is all being
paid for by the generous taxpayers of the state of Flori-
da," Green noted.
Without declaring specific intention to reverse its
decision, the board did enact its policy to reopen discus-
sion by the declaration of one of the dissenting board
votes from the previous meeting. As the exchange con-
clhded, it was further suggested that all residents with
an interest in the project, especially those located along
the proposed trail, attend the Jan. 7 meeting, which
starts at 9 a.m. They may also call the county office at
(850) 973-3179 for more details.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greene
publishing.com...,.,


Two Cowboys To Play


In All-America Game

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CHRIS THOMPSON JACCOBI MCDANIEL
Free Tickets Available At
Newspaper While Supplies Last.
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The coaches and staff of the Madison County Cow-
boys are pleased to announce that two players, Jacobbi
McDaniel and Chris Thompson, have been selected to
play:in the Under Armour All-America Game scheduled
for Sunday, Jan. 4. in Orlando. The game will be played
in the Florida Citrus Bowl at 8 p.m.
McDaniel's bruising blows on defense, and Thomp-.
son's ability to outrun even the fastest secondary, make
them easy choices for this rare honor. Adding to the
recognition, both are recruiting standouts headed for
Florida State University, with McDaniel acknowledged
as their top recruit on ESPN.com.
In the hopes that fans; family and friends will join
this celebration by attending the game, the team has
made a number of free tickets available. Simply phone
this reporter at (850) 973-4141, or e-mail michael@
greenepublishing.com for tickets and more information.
GO COWBOYS!
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.

Madison Community

Blood Drive

When: Friday, Dec. 26
Time: 1-6 p.m.
Location: In front of
Winn-Dixie
Free long-sleeved t-shirts
Chance to win
three $1,000 gift cards


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Friday, December 26, 2008


Made In The

ImageOf G0od
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And God said, Let us make man in our linage, after
our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of
the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle,
and over all the earth, and over every'creeping thing that
creepeth upon the earth. So God created man in his own
image,. in thedimage of God created he him; male and fe-
male created he them. And God blessed them, and God
said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish
the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish
of the sea, and over the fowl of.f hAi iand over every liv-
ing thing that moveth upon thWe _th. Genesis 1:26-28
When you think about it, there is really no ugly per-
son on the face of the Earth-not even Lyle Lovett or
Dwight Yoakam. The Bible tells us, that we are created in
God's own image and everyone klnws that God doesn't
make junk.. , .
Of course,'there are ways that people can become
ugly.' I'm not talking about their appearance, but about
their demeanor. They can .become grouches, or drug
dealers, or even worse.: They made themselves that way,
though, not our Father in Heaven',
I know about problems with self-esteem. Believe me
I struggled with them as a teenager and, way into mid-
dle age, I still struggle with it. I have watched, though,
and seen other people, who should have no problems
with self-esteem struggle' with it. .
I've seen beautiful women, who demand to be told
they're beautiful while I've watched other beautiful
women who don't believe they're worth a second glance.
I've watched great athletes, who haven't realized that
they're great until they've seen their name on a sports
page.
Sometimes, I've seen people with exalted egos. I be-
lieve, though, that they have a problem with self-esteem,
also. I've sometimes tried to show off my intellect (al-
though I've been reminded that it's really not that great)
because of things I perceive as failures in other depart-
ments. Deion Sanders comes to mind. One of the great-
est athletes that ever lived, he was constantly showboat-
ing and bragging on himself. I think he did it because he
was really insecure. �
When I get down-on myself, I try to remember that I
am made in God's owp in�ge. If I'm made in God's i-
age, and you're made m uod's inage, we are beautif.


History In A

Christmas Carol
One Christmas Carol that has always baffled me.
What in the world do leaping Lords, French hens, swim-
ming swans, and especially the partridge who won't
come out of the pear tree have to do with Christmas?
Well just read on:
From 1558 until 1829, Roman Catholics in England
were not permitted to practice their faith openly Some-
one during that era wrote this carol as a catechism song
for the young Catholics. It has two levels of meaning,
the surface meaning plus
a hidden meaning known
only to members of their
church.
Each element in the
carol has a code word for a
religious reality which
the children could remem-
ber.
1. The partridge in a
pear tree was Jesus
Christ.
9 Two turtle doves


were the Old and New Tes-"
taments.
3. Three French hens
stood for faith, hope and
love.
4. The four calling
birds were the four
gospels of Matthew, Mark,
Luke and John.
5. The five golden
rings recalled the Torah
or Law, the first five
books.
6. The six geese a-lay-
ing stood for the six days
of creating.
7. Seven swans a
swimming replresented
the sevenfold gifts of the
Holy Spirit--Prophesy,
Serving, Teaching, Exhor-
tation, Contribution,
Leadership and Meroy.
8. The eight miiids a
milking wr, the, eight
beatitudes.
9. Nine ladies dancing.
were the nine fruits of the
Holy Spirit--Love, Joy,
Peace, Patience, Kindness,
Goodness, Faithfulness,
Gentleness, and Self Con-
trol. ,


10.. The ten lords a
leaping were the Ten Com-
mandments. .
11. The-.eleven pipers
faithful disciples.. .- ...
12.,The twelve drum-
mers drumming symbol-
ized the twelve points of
belief ;in The Apostles
Creed.
So there is your histo-
ry for today. I found it in-
teresting and enlightening and now I know how that
strange song became a Christmas Carol.......
So pass it on!


By Tyrra


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"What Is Your Favorite Holiday Food?",'

Tyquan Bruton
Breana Howard
"Sweet potato pie,
chicken and rice, fried "Gingerbread cook-
chicken, hamburgers ies."
and bisquits."

Javante Fordham
Shanteria Lamb
"Red velvet cake, jelly
cake and sweet potato "Red velvet cake."
pie."



Corey Ferguson Daylin Ahman
Norwood
"Sweet potato pie and
collard greens." "Red velvet cake."


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Cat Healthy


Pouring the Holidays
One of the greatest enjoyments of the holiday sea-
son is food. Food is a natural accompaniment to all fes-
tivities, but the temptation of all the sweets and rich
foods are sometimes too much for a person to resist.
Since we are have another week to go until New Year's
and you probably have a kitchen full of leftovers and
sweets, Iowa State Extension Nutrition Specialist, Jan
Temple, shares these steps to following a healthier hol-
iday
1. Reducing - Reduce the portion size and/or re-
duce the amount of fat in some recipes to produce
healthier alternatives. Example: the fat used in
gravies, sauces, puddings and some cookies can be re-
duced by 1/3 without a noticeable or unacceptable
change if flavor.
2. Substituting B Use lower fat ingredients or
choose a different menu. For example, you can make
your own holiday flavored frozen dessert. Instead of
buying high-fat eggnog or peppermint ice cream, pur-'
chase vanilla ice milk or low-fat frozen yogurt and stir
in lite eggnog or peppermint flavoring. If desired,
freeze in decorative muffin cups or spread into a pie
pan for a crust less dessert.
3. Choosing B Select the healthiest alternatives for
yourself. You may prefer to not eat certain foods; or
maybe you would rather eat smaller amounts. The bot-
tom line is to decide what you're going to eat and then
give yourself permission to make those choices. You
don't have to clean your plate or eat something just be-
cause it is available.
Some additional pointers:'
Don't approach holiday feasts after fasting all day.
A light snack will keep you from gorging when you ar-
rive at a party
Don't eat out without planning; if you are eating
out, consider the type of restaurant and the alterna-
tives it offers. Also, when dining out, don't order items
with satices, gravies and salad dressings, and ask for
side orders so you can control the amount you con-
sume. Choose broile or grilled meats, not breaded or
deep fried.
If you want to try everything at a buffet, take a
fourth or a third of the average serving size.
Don't neglect exercises and/or physical activity. If
you know you've eaten excessively, exercise!
Never stand at a buffet or hors d'oeuvre table. Take
one or two items and move across the room to chat
with someone, food isn't as tempting when you are
across the room.
Keep in mind that alcohol does have calories. If
eggnog is served, limit yourself to one punch cup,
which has 335 calories. Better yet, have a glass of club
soda with a twist of lime or a glass of vegetable juice.
Don't over eat or take seconds just to please an in-
sistent hostess.
Eliminate the nuts or reduce the amount used in a
recipe.
The University of Florida Extension B Madison
County Extension is an Equal Employment. Opportu-
nity Affirmative Action Employer authorized to pro-
.vide research, educational information and other ser-
vices only to individuals.


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LifeSong is a new group to the gospel music
world that presents a fresh sound, but carrys the
same message. The young trio, ages from 21-26, con-
sists of Bryant Thigpen, Steven Gunter and Kaomi
Cruce.
In its third month of ministry, the group has
made great strides W4thin the gospel music industry
Whether it's at a church, fair, convention or concert,
the group presents the message of Jesus Christ to
crowds of all ages.
For more information, please call (850) 464-0114
or (904) 472-7865, or visit www.northfloridaconcerts
.com.

Definition

Continued ip Page 1A

Commissioner Sumpter James said, "We have to
be very careful aboutt how we commit our services."
CommissionernJim Catron asked. "Is this anoth-
er unfunded mandate of the state?"
City Attorney Clay Schnitker replied, "Yes, I am
afraid that is thecase."
Both ordinances will be on the agenda of the
January meeting for their second readings.
In other business, Emrich informed the commis-
sioners that the Florida League of Cities is planning
a list of infrastructure projects to present when the
nation's new administration takes office. The
League requested three projects from each city Em-
rich selected three waste station upgrades on Martin
Luther King Dr., Pawnee St. and near the railroad
tracks.
"Because of the time factor, we are not able to
put these projects out for bid," he said. "I would like
your permission to discuss these plans with the two
engineering firms on our list and take bids from
them."
The board requested that Mayor Myra Valentine
authorize Emrich to negotiate with Jones Edmonds
and Madison Engineering on the projects and to pre-
sent their projected costs to the League of Cities by
the Dec. 29 deadline.

Annual Report


Continued from Page 1A


* The CARES program continued to grow in 2008
as well. According to Smith, 14 more Madison Coun-
ty farmers were recognized for implementing the
Better Management Practices required to receive the
highly visible CARES certification, denoted by its
well-recognized signage. The County Alliance for Re-
sponsible Environmental Stewardship (CARES) pro-
gram now has 62 certified Madison County farmers.
In the final count, cooperator accomplishments
for 2008 were plentiful. From almost 200,000 planted
seedlings to nearly 5,000 acres receiving nutrient
management, Madison SWCD made these great
strides predominantly through the selfless efforts of
five volunteer supervisors and, of course, the
landowners and producers it was established to sup-
port.
Business meetings are held every third Monday
at the District Office located at the USDA Service
Center, 1416 US 90 E, Unit B at 8:15 a.m. The phone
*number is (850) 973-6595
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


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Two Arrested On

Numerous Charges
Two men were arrested on numerous charges, in-
cluding resisting arrest and disorderly conduct on Sun-
day, Dec. 21.
According to a Madison Police Department report,
while attempting to arrest O'brien C. Robinson, 22, of
Madison for theft at the Jiffy.Store, Michael C. Barnes,
24, also qf Madison, became very belligerent toward Pa-
trolman Joey Smith and other officers.
Barnes began making threats toward the officers
and taking his shirt off. He also removed other affects,
as if getting ready to fight. At one point, Barnes came
toward Smith and Patrolman Eric Gilbert who were try-
ing to gain control of Robinson.
Barnes was told several times by officers to walk
away and calm down. He continued to be belligerent and
was placed under arrest and transported to the Madison
County Jail. He was charged with interfering with an
arrest and resisting without violence.
Robinson was changed with inciting an insurrec-
tion, battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting with
violence and criminal mischief.


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Boca Raton Man

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Enticement Of A Minor
R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney, and
Jonathan I. Solomon, Special Agent in Charge, Federal
Bureau of Investigation, Miami Field Office, announced
that defendant Jonathan Earl Clark was sentenced on
Friday, December 12, 2008, by U.S. District Judge Daniel
T. K. Hurley to 240 months' imprisonment, to be followed
by ten years of supervised release. Clark was also or-
dered to register as a sex offender and to have no unsu-
pervised contact with children.
Clark had previously pled guilty to two counts of a
four-count Indictment charging him with using the in-
ternet in an attempt to persuade a thirteen-year old boy
to engage in sexual activity, in violation of Title 18, Unit-
ed States Code, Section 2422(b), and using the internet to
transmit child pornography, in violation of Title 18,
United States Code, Section 2252(a)(1).
The charges against Clark stemmed from an inves-
tigation by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office Computer
Crimes Unit and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
After receiving a tip from the National Center for Miss-
ing and Exploited Children, a Sheriff's Office Detective
created an undercover on-line persona on MSN pretend-
ing to be a thirteen-year-old boy. Clark, using the screen
name "jcboilvr@hotmail.com," made contact with the
undercover detective and engaged in several sexually
explicit on-line chats. Clark asked to meet the under-
cover detective at a fast food restaurant on May 6, 2008,
so that they could engage in sexual activity On that
date, federal and local law enforcement officers watched
Clark as he drove into and parked at the prearranged
meeting location. While officers were trying to arrest'
him, Clark gunned his engine, trying unsuccessfully to
hit the officers.
A search warrant was later executed at Clark's home
and his computer equipment was seized. An examina-
tion of that equipment revealed the existence of images
of child pornography and internet chat logs where im-
ages of child pornography were traded with others.
This case was'brought as part of Project Safe Childhood,
a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic
of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May
2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by United States
Attorneys' Offices and the Criminal Division's Child Ex-
ploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS), Project Safe
Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to
better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who
exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify
and rescue victims. For more information about Project
Safe Childhood, please visit www.projectsafechildhood
.gov.
The U.S. Attorney's Office commended the Federal
Bureau of Investigation and the Computer Crimes Unit
of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office for their joint
efforts in protecting the children of Palm Beach County
T his case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States
Attorney A. Marie Villafana.

Live Oak Man Charged

With Disorderly Conduct
On Monday, December 15 Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Corporal Lee Willis arrested Charles Robert
Stevens, 44, 20171 Lancaster Rd. Live Oak. Stevens was,
charged with disorderly conduct.
According to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office,
at approximately 10:43 p.m. Cpl. Willis responded to a
residence on Lancaster Rd. in reference regarding a sec-
on.d incident of Stevens disturbing his family yelling
and preventing them from sleeping. Cpl. Willis. made
contact with the victims who advised they were all un-
able to sleep.
Stevens was arrested and transported to the Suwan-
nee County Jail on the stat-
ed charges. Bond was set at
$500.00 and he bonded
through a local bonding
agency.


12/17/08
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Jr.
Joseph Ross Gunther
Lester Chandler
Kenneth Henry For-
ton
12/18/08
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12/19/08 '
Stacy Denise James
12/20/08
Willie James Spencer,
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Isaac Charles Cooper
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On Disorderly Conduct
On Tuesday, December 16 Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Deputy Justin Stout arrested Michael Anthony
Mazur, 43, 25020 CR 49, O'Brien. Mazur was charged
with disorderly conduct:
According to a Suwannee County Sheriff's Office re-
port, at approximately 1:27 a.m. D/S Stout was dis-
patched to a residence on CR 49 in reference to a distur-
bance. Upon arrival he made contact'with the,resident
who advised Mazur who was also a residence was intox-
icated and became belligerent with the other residents,
they were able to lock him outside of the residence. D/S
Stout made contact with Mazur who due to his conduct
was placed in custody to prevent further incident, or
harm to himself or others.
Mazur was arrested and transported to the Suwan-
nee County Jail on the stated charges, Bond was set at
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January 2
Mike and Kelly Bowl-
ing will be in concert at
the Northside Church of
God in Perry on Friday,
January 2, at 7:30 p.m. Ad-
mission is free, but a love
offering will be. received
during the concert. For
more information, please
call (850) 464-0114 or visit
our website at www.north
floridaconcerts.com.
January 3
LifeSong, southern
gospel's newest trio, will
be in concert at San Pe-
dro Church on Saturday,
January 3, at 7 p.m. Ad-
mission is free; however,
a love offering will be re-
ceived during the con-
cert.
January 4
Legendary Naomi and
the Segos and LifeSong
will be in concert at Bible
Deliverance Church on
Sunday, January 4, at 2
p.m. The concert is FREE!
A love offering will be re-


ceived during the concert.
For more information,
please call (850) 464-0114
or visit our website at
www.northfloridacon-
certs.com.
January 7
NFCC is doing a pro-
gram "Resolve to Quit in
'09." This program is free
and there are 6 sessions.
There will be NRT (patch-
es and gum) to help you
stop smoking. The pro-
gram will be held in
Madison at NFCC at 12
noon. Call Preston Math-
ews for more information
at (850)-973-1710 or 728-
5479.
January 8
NFCC is doing a pro-
gram "Resolve to Quit in
'09." This program is free
and there are 6 sessions.
There will be NRT (patch-
es and gum) to help you
stop smoking. The pro-
gram will be held in
Greenville at Tri County
Health Center starting at


5:30 p.m. Call Preston
Mathews for more infor-
mation at (850)-973-1710 or
728-5479.
January 16
Crabb Revival will be
in concert at the North-
side Church of God in
Perry on Friday, January
16, at 7 p.m. For more in-
formation, please call
(850) 464-0114 or visit our
website. at www.north-
floridaconcerts.com.
Every Monday In
December
Mommy's Club Is an
opportunity for Mother's
and Mothers-to- be to
share, discuss and ex-
plore concerns regarding
childbirth, baby care and
life choices after birth.
All are welcome and it is
free. We will meet at
Madison Public Library
every Monday in Decem-
ber from 10 am til 12
noon. Kathy Harvey, a
Certified Doula and
Childbirth Educator, will


host. For more informa-
tion call 850-929-2951 or
850-464-0487.
Every Tuesday -
Saturday
The Diamonds. in the
Ruff Adoption Program
at the Suwannee Valley
Humane Society is open
every Tuesday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. It is located on
1156 S.E Bisbee Loop
Madison FL, 32340. For a
healthy lifestyle, adopt
an animal and they will
make your life more ful-
filled. For more informa-
tion, or directions, call
(866) 236-7812 or (850) 971-
9904.
Everyday Except
Tuesday
The Senior Citizens
Center offers computer
classes to seniors 60 and
older everyday except
Tuesday. For more in-
formation or to sign up,
please call (850) 973-
4241.


Ruby Mae James W.

Violent Brown


Barefoot

Ruby Mae Violett Bare-
foot, age 84, died Thursday,
December 18, 2008 in Madi-
son.
Funeral services were
held Sunday, December 21,
2008 at 3 p.m., at Beggs Fu-
neral Home, with burial at
Oak Ridge Cemetery.
The family received
friends Saturday, Decem-
ber 20, 2008 from 6-8 p.m. at
Beggs, Funeral Home.
Mrs. Barefoot moved
to Madison in 2004 from
Dunn, N.C. She was a
homemaker and a member
of Hood Memorial Christ-
ian Church in Dunn, N.C.
She is survived by 1
son: Bailey Barefoot of
Madison; 1 sister: Mary
Grace McPherson of Co-
lumbia, S.C.; 3 sister-in-
laws: Nell Violett of
Cartersville, Ga., Juanita
Violett of Hugheytown,
Ala., and Vinnie .Barefoot
of Wilmington, N.C.


Mr. James W Brown, age
80, died Monday, December
22, 2008, in Palatka.'
Funeral services will be
Friday, December 26, at 1 p.m.,
at Beggs Funeral Home Madi-
son Chapel.
Visitation will be one
hour prior to the service from
12-1 p.m., at Beggs Funeral
Home. Interment will follow
at Oak Ridge Cemetery.
He was born in Madison
County and had lived in
Palatka for many years,
where he worked in Construc-
tion.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, George and
Sara Brown; two brothers,
J.S. Brown and Tom Brown;
two sisters, Rosa Rutherford
and Julia Kelley of Madison.
He is survived by his
wife, Verdie Sue Hendrix
Brown of Palatka; one son,
Tim Brown of Ocala; one
Daughter, Susan Birdsong of
Oklahoma; two brothers,
Richard Brown of Lake City,
and Reuben Brown of Colum-
bia, S.C.; and one sister, Mar-
garet Sands-of Jacksonville.


SDecember 26, 195898
Charlanne Dotters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Dotters, celebrated her thirteenth birthday
(yJ anniversary Monday evening at the Legion home with a lovely party Thirty young guests spend the
evening with proms and dancing. Assisting in entertaining were Mr. and Mrs. Dotters, Mr. Harry Culen,
i Miss Mary Ruth Kramer and Mike Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 H Horne will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday from 3 to 5 o'clock at their
Cherry Lake Home. Their children are serving as hosts. Friends invited.
Mr. and Mrs. B F Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Littleton and baby and Mr. and Mrs. S P Odom and son at-
tended a family reunion and Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W L Collins, Jr. Sunday in Madison. Oth-
ers present were J B Phillips and Mr and Mrs. Cleo Phillips and daughter Bunnie of Madison;,Mr. and Mrs.
Delbert Williamson and two children of Ray City, GA, Alice Faye, Letha Jean, Buddy and Joette Perkins of
Lee and Messrs Shelton and Joe Davis.
December 25, 1964
Mrs. Gary Harmsen of Concord, California was honored with a stork shower by her aunt, Mrs. H D
Roberts, Tuesday night, with 21 guests present. After several games were enjoyed the honoree opened her
lovely gifts and the hostess served delicious refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Eston Gaskins'of Palatka announce the arrival of a baby girl, Dec. 8, Tonja Lucretia,
weighing 6 lb. 11 oz. Mrs. Lola Gaskins of Madison is the proud grandmother.
- Mr. and Mrs. Henry J Dickinson announce the marriage of their daughter Sara Jean to John W Pippin
I of Tallahassee, son of Mr. and Mrs. H L Bradshaw of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The marriage took place in .
I Valdosta, Georgia on December 14, 1964. The bride and groom plan to make Tallahassee their home.
December 29, 1978
D Once again the E-R would like to take up some space in welcoming a new arrival into our area. This
I week we travel out of the county to wish our congratulations to Michael and Gaile Williams of Valdosta,
Georgia upon the birth of a new baby girl, Lori Michelle, born December 19, 1978. Lori weighed 7 pounds
and 14 ounces. The proud parents are natives of Madison, and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Williams, former owners of Eagles, and Mr. and Mrs. P W Stokes. The Williams family is now owners of
the Renee Shops in Valdosta and surrounding areas.
Patricia Elaine Hill of Madison was selected Miss Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity at Edward Waters Col-
lege, Jacksonville. Miss Hill, a freshman, sociology major, is shown with Dr. Everett Abney, Area Su-
perintendent of Dade County Public Schools. Abney was speaker for Kappa Alpha Psi's Annual
Founder's Day ceremonies recently. She is the daughter of Mrs. Lessie M. Jones of Madison.
I Kenneth W, Green, who was reared in Greenville, Florida, has been elected to the
Kansas Legislature on the Democratic ticket. Green, who was born in 1927 in Georgia.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Green of Greenville. He lived most of his early
years in Florida with his parents and one brother and two sisters. He worked
with his father in the Cook Mill Company. He graduated from Greenville -
High School in 1947 and worked with Winn-Dixie for five years prior to
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Greene Publishing, Inc., Photo by Tyrra B Meserve, December 4, 2008
Senior Citizens Council staff members Renee Dop-
son, Nadine Akins and Renita Washington meet with Gar-
den Club President Dolly Ballard and member Joyce
Primm to collect food 'for those that need it in the com-


munity.
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Christmas is being
ushered in with flower
power at the Madison Gar-
den Club this season.
From poinsettias to a very
Posie anniversary, the tid-
ings are all around, and
these ladies are sure to be
a part of the event, bring-
ing joy' to everyone they
greet.
Helping decorate. the
Mansion was a big item on
the Madison Garden Club
meeting list of to-dos for
December. The lights were
to be turned on Saturday,
Dec. 6, with a tour, of
homes scheduled to follow.
To prepare for the
event, Garden Club ladies
grouped in the downstairs
receiving room of the
Mansion, ivory poinsettias
in hand and good tidings
for all. Babbles, candles
and bows later, the walls
were bedecked. A beauti-
ful Saint Nick waits in his
gold-ribboned robes to
greet the guests, who ar-
rive.
Grateful for all of his
expert advice at Novem-
ber's meeting, Wally Davis
was asked to join the Madi-
son Garden Club as a se-
nior member on Thursday.
The surprise- induction
was executed at Farmer's
Supply when Dolly Ballard
made him an offer he
couldn't refuse. Smiles of
gratitude welcomed Wally
with a formal invitation
handed to the Madison


Garden Club's newest se-
nior member.
"Everyone of us love
you," Ballard stated. "Now,
we can really take advan-
tage of you," she added
with an impish grin.
Another stop for these
busy social brighteners
was to the Senior Citizens
Council, where they
dropped off canned and
boxed goods for the good of
the community Destined
to go to homes that need
them, the items were col-
lected by Garden. Club
members not in lieu of, but
as noble gifts replacing
Christmas presents given
between members. With
true holiday spirit, it was
decided that this was how
they would celebrate this
season.
Garden Club member
Posey Brown wanted to
thank everyone in the.
community for their warm
congratulations and heart-
felt joy for her and Joe's
40th wedding anniversary
."May God bless you all," a
sentimental Mrs. Brown
said for both her and her
husband of so many beau-
tiful years.
On, the always bloom-
ing path of life, Madison
Garden Club members are
all about this season, send-
ing love and wishes for a
bright future for all and to
all a beautiful new year.,
Staff writer Tyrra B
Meserve can be reached at
tyrra@greenepublishing
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As a long-time, heavy smoker of
32 years, I have tried on many occa-
sions to quit smoking. Not only did
I want to quit to save money, but also
for health reasons, and for the love
of my daughter, whom I wish to see
live her life to the fullest before I
leave this world.
Many times, I heard of free
smoking cessation classes, but I was
always skeptical-and even criti-
cal-as I just knew they wouldn't
work for me.
I have seen ads for classes: "Quit
smoking, only $125 for a six-week
class." I thought, What if it doesn't
work? There goes another $125 that
could have gone towards groceries,
gasoline, the car, repairs or some oth-
er expense.
In addition, one would have to
purchase over-the-counter nicotine
replacement therapy, which could
cost more than the cigarettes them-
selves.
There were those times when I
tried quitting, but was not able to
come up with what to do with my
hands. I soon just gave up and went
right back to smoking.
Just -recently, Florida Big Bend
Area Health Education Centers
(AHEC) Smoking Cessation Consul-
tant Preston Mathews came into the
news office to place ads for free, lo-,
cal, smoking cessation classes, and
the possibility of having a story
written for the paper about the class-
es.
At the time, it was too late to
make deadline for the paper to an-
nounce the rapidly upcoming of-
fered class, and with my natural cu-
riosity as a reporter, a few standard
questions and the possibility of my
own personal gain from the possibil-
ity of success kicked in.
I was able to ascertain that, not
only were the classes free, but the
participants did not have to pay for
the first month's worth supply of
Nicotine Replacement Therapy
(NRT), such as patches, Commit
lozenges 'or nicotine gum. It is all:
funded by the state and provided
through a partnership of Florida
Health Educator Centers (Florida
AHEC), Florida Department of
Health, Quit Smoking Now and
Quitline (1-877-822-6669).
As it happened, at that time, I se-
riously wanted to quit smoking, but
didn't really know of a sure-shot
way to go about it. I have tried going
cold-turkey, but within a few hours,
co-workers have offered to buy me a
pack of cigarettes and make me
smoke them, just to get me out of
my-shall we say-"'overly and high-
ly agitated at the world" mood.
I have tried the patch, and found
that it did satisfy the craving for
nicotine. But, from years of habit, I
found myself reaching for a ciga-
rette all the same.
What if I did manage to quit?
I've always heard and seen that
those who drop the smoking habit
gain not only a few pounds, but a lot
of excess weight. So, instead of lung
cancer, I'm going to die of obesity
and heart disease!
After these and many more
questions and thoughts went
through my mind, I found by attend-
ing the smoking cessation classes,
my way of thinking was the
norm (standard) for those trying to
quit. But this way of thinking was
totally incorrect.
Here I was, in the first
session, with three people
I did not know. It is nor-
mally hard for me to open
up to strangers, but Wei
through Instructor Pre- He
ston talking with us, ask- ics is pr
ing each of us why we minister
wanted to quit smoking, smokii
describing the contents of therapy
the class and touching on Fo;
other topics, it very quick- therapy
ly became a pleasure open- sizes an


ing up to others and in Fur
front of others about those comes
personal thoughts. Anyone
If someone had told will rec
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Three


Weeks


attending the classes that I would NRT, one particular suggestion
enjoy it, I would have straightfor- caught my attention: Preston sug-
wardly told them they were out of gested cutting a drinking straw in
their minds! half to resemble the size and feel of
The first step of every session a cigarette, and to inhale on the
was a carbon monoxide reading straw as if it were a cigarette. It
from everyone in the class on Pre- sounded downright outlandish and
ston's carbon monoxide (CO) moni- silly, but I quickly became desperate
tor. as to what to do with my hands, and
To better understand the moni- as stupid as it sounded to me, I tried
tor readings, 1-6 is a non-smoker, it and it worked like a charm!
7-10 is a light smoker, 11-20 is a I took my old cigarette pouch, re-
medium smoker, and 20+ is a heavy moved the cigarettes and lighter,
smoker. My first reading was 48. and filled it with a pack of Commit
Preston issued us our books and lozenges and a half dozen straws cut
we were ready to go. in half, so when the urge struck, I
He often had us 1 did my new thing. I never
talk about our would have believed it!.
goals. We spoke of In the third session,
the. medical my CO reading was 21,
problems E down from excessively
caused in both ' heavy to a medium smok-
men and women -, . er already. I was using the
because of smok- 4. patches,. but kept grabbing
ing, of the many \ irjy that darn pack of cigarettes
poisons contained out of the trunk of the car
within, cigarette . , (one at a time, of course),
smoke,.and the effects . therefore, I was getting addi-
on those we love around us tional exercise every time I did
who do not smoke, as a result of the want to smoke, and delaying as
second-hand smoke they breathe well.
every day because of our habit. If it was cold outside, forget it. I
He also provided each of us with could do without it. Rather than
a water, bottle and stress ball and throwing up my hands and just say-
spoke of the importance of drinking ing heck with it as I had done in the
a large amount of water to help pu- past,. I remembered what Preston
rify and detoxify the system as we continually told us in class: "If you
were preparing for the actual quit falter, don't beat yourself up and
date; don't let others beat you up. Just get
We also learned the techniques back up and keep working at it and
of delaying smoking a cigarette, so you will most definitely succeed."
we could cut back; making the tran- Beginning the fourth session,
sition that much easier to the patch my CO was down to 11. Wow! Who
and other selected deterrents in the would have thought? Now, I was re-
system. ally getting hyped up and excited
We were taught to use tech- about it.
niques such as no more smoking in During the class, we learned
the house or the vehicle, about relapse prevention 'tech-
If you smoke as soon as you get niques: setting goals, rewarding our-
out of bed in the morning, put it off selves for coming as far as we have
and do something else when you lis- and what to reward ourselves with.
ten to the news, clean the kitchen, Some options are a massage; a trip
wash the dishes and take a show- to the beauty parlor; going out for
er...anything. And keep putting it off lunch or dinner; a new outfit, purse
as long as you can. or pair of shoes; or in my case, an
During the second session, my autographed photograph of Kevin
CO reading was 32. I quickly began Costner in Dances With Wolves. The
to realize that actually seeing how reward should be personal and
quickly the number was decreas- meaningful.
ing (an immediate medical benefit) During the fifth session, my CO
early on served as additional moti- reading was 4. What? I'm officially a
ovation to continue to work hard to non-smoker, and I even enjoyed get-
succeed. * ting there! Who woul4 have believed
We learned about continual deep it?
breathing when we wanted to Preston asked how we saw our-
smoke, how to' manage any with- selves one year from now as a non-
-drawal symptoms, such as tackling smoker. That exercise was an easy
hunger with eating healthy snacks, one for me.
such as carrots, celery and fruits, Those who know me know I have
drinking lots of water, 'maintaining a sense of humor, but very rarely
a healthy diet and maintaining a smile, and I never burst out laugh-
regular exercise program. ing. It's not because I don't want to.
We learned to identify why we It's that my teeth are so bad that I'm
smoke, what triggers our smoking ashamed to show them. My vision is
and what could be done when those that all of the money I would save
triggers arise: We also learned how over the. course of a year being
to manage our addiction. smoke free ($2,184) would pay to
I, personally, found the main rea- have my teeth fixed. Then, I would
son that I smoked was as both relax- be able to openly smile. That is how
ation and craving. What could I do I see me, thanks to Preston and the
rather than smoke to relax? Big Bend AHEC Quit Smoking Now
Well, I had to think about it and Class.
recalled that, through the years, Preston teaches the smoking ces-
sounds and scents are relaxing to station classes in Jefferson, Madison
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Friday, December 26, 2008


Happenings At


Madison First


Baptist Church


By Kristin Finney
"God is worthy of our
praise!" May we praise
Him with all that we do.
Sunday morning at
Madison First Baptist
Church was filled with
praise and joy The service
began with the first
through sixth graders do-
ing a pageant of the story
.of the birth of Christ.
Brett Frakes then said
the offertory prayers, fol-
lowed by a special perfor-
mance by Shekinah. Mark
Branham and David Fries
then blessed the congrega-
tion with a duet.
Pastor Ferrell
preached from Psalm. 98,
with references to the
hymn, "Joy to the World."
He preached on God's
might, salvation and
majesty
Madison First has
been very busy during this
holiday season, starting
with the youth group go-
ing to the Hughey Nursing
Center. While there, they
sang, ate pizza and fellow-
shipped with the resi-
dents. Also, the congrega-
tion went on a church-
wide caroling trip and vis-
ited several homes
throughout the city.
Upcoming events at
our church are as follows:
Dec. 28 .at 6 p.m., ourl
church will be having their


One night, in a church
service, a young woman felt
the tug of God at her heart.
She responded to God's call
and accepted Jesus as her
Lord and Savior.
The young woman had
a very rough past, involving
alcohol, drugs, and prosti-,
tution.
But, the change in her
was evident. As time went
on she became a faithful
:member of the church.
She eventually became-
involved in the ministry,
teaching young, children.
It was not very long un-
til this faithful young
woman had caught the eye
and heart of the pastor's
. son. "
The relationship grew
and they began to make
wedding plans.,
This is when the prob-
lems began.
About one half of the
church did not think that a
woman with a past such as
hers was suitable for a pas-
tor's son.
The church began to ar-
gue and fight about the mat-
ter. So they decided to have
a meeting.
As the people made
their arguments and ten-
sions increased, the meet-
ing was getting completely
out of hand.


family night fellowship.
Everyone is asked to bring
a covered dish if they can.
The SAM group will meet
Thursday, Jan. 8, for their
annual "syrup soppin"
brunch at 11:30 a.m.
The "Fireproof Your
Marriage" study will be-
gin Jan. 4 at 6 p.m. It will
continue every Sunday un-
til Feb. 8. Anyone interest-
ed in taking part in this
study should contact
Melissa Stewart at 973-
4104.
Madison First would
like to invite the communi-
ty to join them for their
services! The worship
schedule is as follows: Sun-
day School, 10-11 a.m.;
Sunday morning worship,
11 a.m.-12 noon; and Sun-
day evening worship, 6-7
p.m., followed by youth
dinner and fellowship -un-
til 8 p.m. Wednesday
evening services begin at 6
p.m. for both the adults
and youth and lasts until 8
p.m.
The church hopes that
everyone had a wonderful
and joyful holiday season!
They also would like to
Send everyone their best
wishes for the new year
and pray that everyone al-
ways remembers the great
gifts that God has in store
for all of us!
God bless!


The young woman be-
came very upset about all
the things being brought up
about her past.
As she began to cry the
pastor's son stood to speak.
He could not bear the pain
it was causing his wife to
be.
He began to speak and
his statement was this:
"My fiancee's past is
not what is on trial here.
What you are questioning is
the ability of the blood of
Jesus to wash away sin.
"Today, you have put
the blood of Jesus on trial.
So, does it wash away sin or
not?"
The whole church be-
gan to weep as they realized
that they had been slander-
ing the blood of the Lord Je-
sus Christ.
Too often, Christians
bring up the past.and use it
as a weapon against their
brothers and sisters. For-
giveness is a very founda-
tional part of the Gospel of
our Lord Jesus Christ.
If the blood of Jesus
does not cleanse the other
person completely, it cannot
cleanse us completely
. If that is the case, then
we are all in a lot of trouble.
What can wash away
our sins? Nothing but the
blood of Jesus!


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Timberland: An Attractive Reverse Mortgages Help Seniors


Investment Opportunity


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Timberland has become recognized
as an attractive investment opportunity.
Globally, over $12 billion is invested in
timberland holdings by institutions such
as banks, insurance companies, pension
funds and universities. History has
shown it to be a relatively, low-risk in-
vestment that provides excellent diversi-
fication for institutional portfolios be-
cause it holds up, or even appreci-
ates, when stocks and bonds decline. .
Moreover, rates of return for
timberland investment
have been excellent,
with nominal rates of A- . ..
return averaging over
10 percent. In fact, over '- ' ,
the 1990's, the ma-
jor timber index .4 .
showed a 17 per- "
cent average annu- '
al rate of return,
and university re-
search indicates that "'*'
intensive timber
management.can produce 12
to 15 percent rates of return.
Current major investment re-
gions in the U.S. are the.South, the
Pacific Northwest and the Northeast.
The American South is the predomi-
nant timberland investment region.
Timberland acreage and timber inven-
tories by region are: Southeast-40 per-
cent; Northeast-32 percent; and
West--28 percent. Timberland invento-
ry by region is: Southeast-31 percent:
Northeast-25 percent; and West-44
percent. Locally, timber has been a con-
sistent major source of revenue for
Madison and surrounding coun-
ties. . .
The. U.S. is the world's largest
producer of industrial timber, ac-
counting for roughly 25 percent of global
industrial production. Southern timber
products play a major role in this inter-
national trade, especially southern pine


and hardwood lumber, southern pine ply-
wood, kraft pulp and kraft-based paper,
- The USDA Forest Service is required
to make periodic assessments of the na-
tion's timber situation. The current as-
sessment makes projections to the year
2050. The South is expected to lose four
million acres of timberland over that pe-
riod and timber production should shift
to a greater share of private land. More-
over, the South will continue to be the na-
tion's wood basket, where currently
just over 60 percent of
the nation's softwood
harvest comes from the
South; by 2050, it will
be nearly two-thirds.
" ). h So, what's the
� formula? Trees
" ,.. .* grow and the value
Sof timber products
* in each tree tends
to increase over
* time. It's really pret-
/ * ty simple. Also, as'
. trees grow, they grow
w. into' more valuable
. products pulpwoodd
. into sawtimber into
poles and
plywood). Even with con-
stant stumpage prices,, tree volume
increases. and more valuable products
are available for harvest, so value nat-
urally increases over time.
Institutional investors own over
five mill ion acres of timberland in the
South. Within a decade, this is expect-
ed to exceed twelve million acres. Pro-
fessional timber management invest-
ment organizations can easily manage
investment risk via geographical di-
versification and proper forest
�.6 management. Lastly, timberland
is above the capital market line;
or another way of saying that is it
produces significant returns that exceed
those expected for its risk level.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


If we haven't heard many heart-
wrenching stories of seniors being
thrown out of their homes amid the cur-
rent wave of foreclosures, it may be be-
cause of an option uniquely tailored to
them: reverse mortgages.
A reverse mortgage allows homeown-
ers age 62 and older to tap into the equity
they've built in their homes. But instead
of borrowing against a home's value and
owing monthly checks to a bank-which
got countless people, of all ages, in trou-
ble for using their homes as "piggy
banks" to finance lavish .lifestyles they
couldn't really afford-they make no
mortgage payments for as long as they or
their spouse remain in residence, and are
eligible to receive as much as about
$260,000 through a program insured by
the Federal Housing Administration.
Many of the 10,000 seniors now taking
out such loans each month do so because
they're no longer able to afford the taxes
and insurance on their properties. And
since the money can also be used to cover
basic living expenses at a time when many
are barely eking by.on Social Security, nu-
merous experts view reverse mortgages
as nothing short of a "financial lifeline."
"Reverse mortgages help keep senior
homeowners. in their homes while capi-
talizing on their equity," explains Jeff
Lewis, chairman of Generation� Mort-
gage Company, a reverse mortgage lender
that, regularly works with the FHA.
"They're discovering how they can be
used for any purpose-to supplement re-
tirement income, help fund health care,
pay for home modifications and even se-
cure a cash reserve."
How it Works
.While the FHAs lending limit is cur-
rently $417,000, the amount you can bor-
row is based on things like your age, in,
terest rates, the, appraised value of your
home, and the amount of equity you have
in your home. That said, say you're age
70, your home is worth $400,000 and that
you own it free and clear. An FHA reverse
mortgage, loan, through an approved
lender, will give you approximately


$254,000.
And if you don't own your house out-
right? In that case, the lender would cal-
culate the amount of equity in your home
and generate a commensurate loan that
would be used to pay off the remainder of
your original mortgage-still often leav-
ing extra cash to spare.
The Internal Revenue Service doesn't
view this as taxable income and it gener-
ally doesn't affect such federal benefits as
Social Security and Medicare. What's
more, the FHA guarantees both the terms
of the loan and that borrowers will never
owe more than their homes are worth.
That applies even if the,property's value
has fallen should they move or pass away.
The Svecs of Chicago
Rich and Brigitte Svec of suburban
Chicago had lived in their home for 42
years, yet were recently faced with the
very real possibility of foreclosure. The
problem: Even though their mortgage to-
taled just $155,000, their home was worth
more than $500,000.
Concerned for the couple's future, an
executive at their bank contacted a re-
verse mortgage professional at Genera-
tion Mortgage, who showed them how
they could pay off their mortgage;as well
as a separate line of credit-and still have
access to another $80,000 in funds. The
entire process was completed within the
30-day foreclosure extension granted by
the Svec's mortgage holder.
"It was the first night in a long time
that we were able to sleep soundly with-
out worry," Rich Svec recalls.
Perhaps adding to their ease: Reverse
mortgages contain none of the prepay-
ment penalties associated with variable
annuities, long-term certificates of de-
posit or certain types of lines of credit,
says Lewis. "You or your heirs simply
pay back the borrowed amount when you
sell and leave the home."
Generation Mortgage offers a variety
of reverse mortgage loans. For a free
DVD information packet, call (866) 733-
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Tips For Taking



Listing Photographs


The majority of today's home buyers
are starting their search for real estate on
the internet. They are able to look at the
available inventory from the comfort of
their home, 24 hours 'a day And with so
many properties on the market right now,
buyers can be exceedingly selective with
which properties they choose to view in
person. They're able to save a great deal
of time by shopping online for desirable
houses rather than relying on their
agents to find ones that may or may not
be what they're looking for. With this in
mind, it's imperative that you grab.the at-
tention of buyers, and make them inter-
ested enough in a property to make the
trek to view the estate in person. To do
this you not only need a well-written de-
scription of the property, but you also
need quality listing photographs.
Photographs enable buyers to in-
stantly decide whether a property is
worth considering or not. Photographs
reveal so much more about the character
of a home than words can, and they pro-
voke an immediate emotional
response from view-
ers. People know
right away whether
a property is a hit or
miss when they see a
photograph.
While you can't in-
fluence everything, you can con-
trol your listing photographs, and
what kind of first impression they
make. Real estate agents have two choic-
es: to take all photos themselves, or to
hire a professional photographer. 'Cer-
tainly it costs more on the outset to hire
someone, but in the end a photographer's
skills can directly impact how quickly a
.property is sold, and for how much.
Studies have shown that well com-
posed listing photographs can make po-
tential buyers think that the property is
worth more than if the photos are
mediocre. In addition, if the photos are of
poor quality, then no one will be interest-
ed in calling the agent and touring the
home. If no one sees the property, no one
will buy the property.
The importance of quality photos
seems to be lost on some agents, as there
is still a prevalence of poorly lit, out-of-fo-


cus shots displayed on the Multiple List-
ing Service. Here are a few things to keep
in mind when taking your listing photos:
* Prepare the house before you start
snapping pictures. Have the homeowners
clean the house as thoroughly as possi-
ble, and remove personal items such as
cereal boxes, shampoo bottles and the
like. Personal effects remind potential
buyers that the house is currently being
lived in by someone else, which can make
it hard for them to visualize themselves
in that space.
* Think about the picture before you
take it. You want to be able to capture as
many architectural features as possible,
while keeping the photo well composed.
Make sure that there is adequate lighting
when taking inside shots. If there is too
much light outside the windows, the
room can appear dark, but if your shot is
cluttered with house lamps, you may give
the impression that the room doesn't get
any natural light.
* Update your listing photos regu-
larly to avoid suggesting that the
property is difficult to sell. If your
shots were taken in the-winter and
the property hasn't sold by July, it's
I time to update your listing to reflect
the current season. In a similar
vein, try to take-your pictures on
nice sunny days, as weather can
have a huge effect on first impres-
sions. If, for example, your shots
are taken on a rainy day, the house
will appear gloomy and uninviting.
* The debate about wide angle lenses.
Wide angle lenses allow you to get much
'more inside a photo than a regular lens,
which can make a place look more spa-
cious than it actually is. This can lead to
disappointment if the buyer visits the
house in person and sees that the pic-
tures were deceiving. You want your list-
ing photographs to show the property in
its best light, but also in an accurate
light. Don't use too much Photoshop and
other technologies to make the house
seem like something that it's really not.
Be thoughtful and plan ahead when
getting ready to take your photos, and if
possible, hire a professional photograph-
er so you can concentrate your efforts on
other marketing strategies.


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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
According to a recent
report from the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service, the
third revision of the Flori-
da panther recovery plan is
now available. The Florida
panther is the last sub-
species of Puma (also
known as mountain lion,
cougar, or catamount) still
surviving in the Eastern
U.S. Today, the remaining
approximately 100 panthers
are found , in southern
Florida and restricted to
. less than five percent of
their historic renge.
The Floriia panther
was federally listed as an
endangered species in 1967
and, ultimatelT, came under
the Endangernd Species Act
of 1973. The Service issued
the first recovery plan in
1981, then issued revisions


in 1987 and 1995, leaving
many thinking that the
Florida panther was no
longer endangered, which
is definitely a misunder-
standing.
"Partnerships are an
important element of this
finalized recovery plan and
are extremely vital to the
success of the Florida pan-.
ther conservation efforts,"
said Sam Hamilton, region-
al director for the southeast
region. "Working with our
partners and the public is
critical if we are to contin-
ue making strides toward
recovering the Florida pan-
ther."
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission is among the part-
ners working directly with
the Service to recover the
Florida panther. Its direc-
tor, Ken Haddad, concurs


Photo Courtesy of www.sweetmagnoliaphoto.com
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working hard to
recover the Florida panther, which was federally listed as
an endangered species in 1967.


that this ongoing partner-
ship is critical to conserv-
ing Florida panthers and
their habitats.
"Florida panthers are


part of our nation's-and
state's-wildlife heritage.
The state of Florida has
been a key partner in pan-
ther conservation for the


USDA to Conduct Request for


Referendum on Pork Check Off Program


The US. Department dum. If necessary, the ref- son owns or rents land. El- USDA or.via the Internet
of Agriculture's (USDA) erendum will be conduct- igible producers may ob- at www.ams.usda.gov/LS
Agricultural Marketing ed within one year after tain form LS-54-1: Pork, MarketingPrograms
Service (AMS) announced the results of the Request Promotion, Research and Form LS-54-1 and accom-
last monih that it will con- for Referendum are an- Consumer Information paying documentation
duct a Reluest for Referen- nounced. If results of the Request for Referendum such as Customs Form
dum nex month among el- Request for Referendum from those offices either 7501, can, be returned ir
igible producers and im- .indicate that a referen- in person, by mail or by person, by mail or by fac
porters �f hogs, pigs, pork dum is not supported, a facsimile., Forms may also simile. Forms returned by
and pot products to de- referendum would not be be obtained at: www.ams. mail must be postmarked
termineif they want a ref- conducted. usda.gov/LSMarketing no later than midnight or
erendun on the Pork Pro- The Request for Refer- Programs. Jan. 2, 2009, and received
motion,Research and Con- endum is being held In order to vote, Form by Jan. 9, 2009. It is recom-
sumer information Order, through Jan. 2, 2009. Pro- LS-54-1 and supporting mended that the form and
commonly known as the ducers and importers who documentation, where ap- supporting documenta-
Pork deck Off Program. were engaged in pork pro- plicable, such as a sales re- tion be mailed via an ex-
Particjation is voluntary, duction or in the importa- ceipt, veterinary bill, feed press service., .. .
and oily individuals who' tion of hogs, pigs, pork or bill', copies of grower con- The Order .-is author
desire referendum on the pork products at any time tracts, cancelled check or rized by the Pork Promo-
Pork Check Off Program during 2007, and were at proof of payment must be tion, Research and Con-
shoul participate. least 18 years of age on or returned' in person, by summer Information Act of
USDA will only con- before Dec. 31, 2007, are el- mail or by facsimile to the 1985, part of the 1985 Farm
duct I referendum on the igible to participate. appropriate county FSA Bill. The program became
order if at least 15 percent For producers, the Re- office by the close of busi- effective, on Sept. 5, 1986,
of thi total number of eli- quest for Referendum will ness Jan. 2, 2009. Form LS- and assessments began
gibleipork producers and be conducted at the USDA 54-1 and supporting docu- Nov. 1, 1986. This program
importers request a refer- County Farm Service mentation returned by is designed to strengthen
endum. The total number Agency (FSA) offices mail must be postmarked the position of pork and
of producers and im- where their administra- no later than midnight on pork products in the mar-
porters eligible to partici- tive farm records are Jan. 2, 2009, and received ketplace.
pato in the Request for maintained. For produc- by Jan. 9, 2009. If you have any ques-
Referendum is approxi- ers not participating in Importers may obtain tions concerning this
mally 69,446; therefore, at FSA programs, the oppor- Form LS-54-1 through the USDA Program, please
leaft 10,417 eligible pro- tunity to participate will Marketing Programs call the Madison Farm
ducers and importers be provided at the County Branch, Livestock and Service Agency at (850)
must request a referen- FSA Office where the per- Seed Program, AMS, 973-2205.

Fla. Farm Bureau Says 'No' To U.S. Sugar Lands


Florida Farm Bureau
President John L. Iloblick
is ued the following state-
nmnt:
At its meeting on Dec.
19, the board of directors
of the Florida Farm Bu-
reau Federation (FFBF),
the state's largest general
interest agricultural orga-
nization, declared its oppo-
dition to the acquisition of
J.S. Sugar Corp. lands by


the South Florida Water
Management District. The
Federation firmly sup-
ports the rights of private
property owners to ac-
quire, use and sell proper-
ty, but opposes the unnec-
essary acquisition of more
land by government.
The Federation is also
concerned that the pro-
posed purchase would
drain funding and focus


away from implementa-
tion of the Comprehensive
Everglades Restoration
. Plan and other initiatives
in which much time and
funding have been invest-
ed. The purchase of U.S.
Sugar's land would likely
cause thousands of acres
of productive agricultural
land to be removed from lo-
cal tax rolls, leaving local
communities struggling to


make up for the loss of ad
valorem tax revenues and
endangering their future.
Further, the plan for
-the SFWMD to purchase
U.S. Sugar's land, then to
lease it back to the compa-
ny over a seven-year peri-
od at a bargain rate would
create unfair competitive
advantages over other
South Florida agricultural
producers.


past three decades, and
Floridians have demon-
strated their strong support
for panther conservation.
We're pleased to .be part of
the team that will imple-
ment this comprehensive
plan," he said.
This recovery plan in-
cludes specific recovery ob-
jectives and criteria to be
met in order to reclassify
(down list) and, eventually,
delist the Florida panther
under the Endangered
Species Act. The plan also
includes provisions that
contemplate reintroduction
of panthers in locations
across the Southeast. While
this plan considers reintro-
duction necessary to ulti-
mately recover the species,
reintroduction is not likely
to occur for years, and it
will not, under any circum-
stances, be pursued with-
out closely working with
state agencies, conserva-
tion groups and other
stakeholders.
Opportunities for pub-
- lie comment and a broad
outreach and education ini-
tiative would also be in-
volved in any possible rein-
troduction efforts.
The panther requires.


large contiguous areas that
contain prey and have dense
understory for feeding, rest-
ing and making dens. Limit-
ing factors for the Florida
panther are habitat and
prey availability Habitat
loss, degradation and frag-
mentation are among the
greatest threats to panther
survival. And panther mor-
tality due to collisions with
vehicles threatens potential
population expansion.
Restoring the panther to the
point where it is again a se-
cure, self-sustaining mem-
ber of its ecosystem is a pri-
mary goal of the endan-
gered species program, and
public support is critical in
this endeavor.
The mission of the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service is
working with others to con-
serve, protect and enhance
fish, wildlife, plants and
their habitats for the con-
tinuing benefit of the
American people. For more
information on the Service,
visit, www.fws.gov and, for
specific information 're-
garding Florida, www.fws
.gov/southeast.
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.


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but last only about I hour. Good luck and be careful out there.
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By Alfa Hunt
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The area of Madison County wasn't
inhabited by American settlers until the
1820's. Before the arrival of Andrew
Jackson, the area was home to Spanish
colonial rule. Before the Spanish con-
quistadors, the aboriginal Native Ameri-
cans lived scattered across the Floridian
peninsula.
Several dis-
tinct groups of
Indians occu-
pied the area,
including the
Timucua, who
occupied the At- .
lantic coast to
the western
shore of the Au-
cilla River; the
Yustega, who
controlled the
land between
the Aucilla and
Suwannee
Rivers where
modern day
Madison is lo-
cated; as well as
the Uzachile
tribe, who lived' DON JUAN PONCE
in an area near
the Suwannee River.
In 1971, when-Madison County was
clearing the way for 1-10, evidence of
these tribes was uncovered. Archeolo-
gists from the Division of Archives, His-
tory and Records Management studied
the site beside Hutto Pond for seven
weeks. The specialists only expected to:
come across fragments of life from the
Timucua tribe, which would only date to
the time when Spaniards were discover-
ing and colonizing Florida. As the dig
continued, artifacts were found that dat-
ed back nearly. 10,000 years. It was a
shock to discover that Florida had been
inhabited for so long.
However, the long reign of the Native
American would come to an end in the
early 6th century Over the last few cen-
turies, ships had been crashing against
the shores of Florida, killing the sailors
or leaving them to be killed by the Indi-
ans.
In April 1513, Don Juan Ponce de
Leon was the first man to land on the
Florida shores and live long enough to
tell about it. Ponce de Leon believed that
he had landed on an island, and, in turn,
claimed it for the Spanish crown. He
named his island "Florida," meaning.
"land of flowers," due to the fact that his
home at the time was celebrating its
Feast of Flowers.
Ponce de Leon first landed some-


colonists, soldiers, priests and horses
and landed somewhere near Tampa Bay.
There, they found an abandoned village
with a single gold ornament, which
heightened their greedy appetites.
Narvaez and 400 men made their way
inland toward Appalachee. He sent the
ships back to Cuba to bring back provi-
sions. Narvaez's second-in-command, Al-


DE LEON


var Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, suggested
that it was a bad idea to leave the ships.
Regardless of his advice, Cabeza de Vaca
traveled with his commander to the in-
ner parts of Florida.


HERNANDO DE SOTO


Narvaez, and his men traveled
through the area and are reported to have
visited the Indian village on Lake Micco-
sukee in Jefferson County, then to the
Aute village near modern day St. Marks.


By the time they reached St. Marks, the
number in the group had, diminished to
only 200 men, due to lack of food, disease
and constant Indian attacks.
At this time, the ships Narvaez had
sent back to Cuba had returned to Tampa
Bay, but since they had been unable to lo-
cate their commander, they sailed back to
Cuba without him.


ALVAR NUNE


Close to St. Marks, the Spaniards
were desperate for aid. Narvaez believed
they were near a small Spanish outpost
that lay just across the water. The group
managed to make five small boats and


PEDRO MENENDEZ DE AVILES


used their armor as nails. The men were
either killed by Indian attacks, 'thirst,
starvation or disease. Some drowned, in-
cluding Narvaez.
Seven years later, only four survivors


reached Mexico. The four men were
Cabeza de Vaca, a black slave and two sol-
diers. Cabeza de Vaca found his way back
to Spain in 1537 and told his tale with
much exaggeration. His story built the
land up. to be a land of immense wealth
and abundance.
Hernando de Soto happened to hear
the tale of Cabeza de Vaca and was en-
thralled. Even
before Cabeza
de Vaca re-
turned, de Soto
wanted to go to
Florida and was
r . _ t P Amade governor
of Florida. Sev-
eral young
Spanish noble-
men rushed at
the idea of glo-
rious wealth
awaiting them
* in the New
S World.
'" / ?' In May 1539,
,f de Soto arrived
L in Tampa Bay
S,' \ with 500 men,
200 horses, pigs,
cattle, grey-
Z CABEZA DE VACA hounds trained
to catch Indi-
ans, monks, noblemen and carpenters.
. De Soto moved inland, taking men
from each Indian village to be led to the
next. He managed to come across Juan
Ortiz, a man in Narvaez's conquest who
had been captured by the Indians to serve
as a slave.
They came to a river, which was more
than likely the Suwannee. After a small
battle with the natives, the party built a
bridge across the river and crossed into
what is now the southern part of Madi,
son County
.Two days later, the group reached a
town called Axille near the Aucilla River,
and from there, they crossed out of Madi-
son. De Soto and his group of men would
slowly die off over the next two years.
The next people to try and colonize
Florida was the, French, who established
the settlement of Fort Caroline near the
mouth of the St. John's River. With the
establishment of this colony, the Spanish
felt as though their claim of the Land of
Flowers was being compromised.
St. Augustine was soon established
and Pedro Menendez de Aviles was sent
overseas to drive the French back to
France. He did so in a "very bloody and
merciless, manner," according to Eliza-
beth Sims, in her book, The History of
Madison County, Florida. With this,
threats to the Spanish claim of Florida
ceased for the next 200 years.


where between Jack-
sonville and St. Augustine,.
but, soon after landing, he
sailed around the end of
Florida, heading west. He
sailed as far as Charlotte
Harbor and landed several
times in numerous places.
He fought off any na-
tives that showed them-
selves. One, he captured
for questioning.- Ponce de
Leon then returned to
Cuba, ending his first ex-
pedition to Florida.
He returned in 1521
with 200 men, two ships
and 50 horses. Several
priests came with Ponce
De Leon, intent on creat-
ing a settlement.
The men landed near
Charlotte Harbor and im-
mediately began to build
homes for future settlers.
The Indians who lived
nearby had learned of
Ponce de Leon slave raids
and attacked the Spanish
men. Ponce De Leon was
wounded in the attack and
fled back to Cuba. He died
several months later due
to his injuries.
In February 1528, a
new explorer dared to ex-
plore the Land of Flowers.
His name was Panfilo de
Narvaez. He was rather
anxious to find gold in this
uncharted land. Narvaez
was described as a tall,
red-haired man with one
eye. He was crediting with
finding gold in other
places of the New World.
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Each of the following inventions was
granted a United States patent. It's curi-
ous to think that some might make it
onto retail shelves someday You can de-
cide which ones should. The year that the
patent was issued is in parenthesis.
The Dad Saddle: (2002)
Do you remember when you .would
ask your Dad for a pony-back ride? (Hope-
fully, this was when you were a kid, not
last year.) Well, as the name implies,'this
saddle attaches to Dad's back and comes
complete with stirrups, The dad saddle
slips around Dad's waist to provide a
'comfortable ride for Junior, but a not-so-
comfortable ride for Dad. Bridle sold sep-
arately .
The Doggie Umbrella: (1992)
This sophisticated invention is 'a
must-have for the jetset dogs in the crowd
(as well as their foolish owners). Not sur-
prisingly, the doggie umbrella features
air holes in the front
While we're on the subject of dog in-
ventions, there's also...


The Doggie Luggage: (1998).
Like a saddle that's attached to a
horse-or to a dad-the doggie luggage is
attached to the back of a dog. It comes
with a shoulder strap so you can carry
the doggie luggage over your shoulder
(with the doggie attached). Someday all
the cool dogs will have doggie luggage.
This next invention is brought to you
by Binford Tools... '
The Dimple Drill: (1896)
Have you ever wondered why some
people have dimples while others do not?
Now the secret is revealed; people aren't
born that way They've bought the dimple
drill that was invented in 1896. This one
must be real because I saw it on the In-
ternet. Seriously, someone actually
patented the dimple drill. To create dim-
ples, simply place the drill on your
cheeks and start turning the knob. It's
also good for maintaining existing dim-
ples. Call 1-800-G-U-L-L-I-B-L-E.
And finally there's...
:The Human Bicycle: (2004)


What do you call a bike with nothing
more than two wheels, which are con-
nected and supported b the rider? It's
the human bicycle, of course. There's no
frame, no handlebars, no brakes and, I
suppose, no reason to buy this device. It
probably gives you as good of a workout
as-get this-a real bicycle. Helmet and
padding sold separately, and strongly rec-
ommended.
Each of the above in--
ventions actually received


a patent. How is this possible?
In order to be granted a patent, an in-
vention must meet three criteria: It must
be new; it must be unobviouss" to people
in that particular industry; and it must
have some usefulness. Each of these in-
ventions could be considered new and
unobvious, but it's hard to imagine how
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1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC
accessible apts. Rental assistance
may be available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-3056.
TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW
Greenville Pointe Trail,
Greenville, FL 32331.
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Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR HC &
non-HC accessible apts. Call
850-973-8582, TDD/TTY 711.
315 SW Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1IBR($409.)
2BR ($435.) Subsidy available
at times. HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 -
TTY Acs 711.
404 SW Sumatra Rd, Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer



EQUAL HpUSING
OPPORTUNITY

Madison Heights Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed for
low income families
150 SW Burngairdner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833 ext. 485
House for Rent in Greenville, FL
(located near elementary school).
All Electric, Newly remodeled 3
bedrooms, 1 bath $600/mo. 1st &
security deposit. Housing Choice
Vouchers Accepted Call
850-973-7349 $ 6 7-437-1905
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HOME FOR RENT
Restored 3 BR Home, CH & Air.
Oak floors, large storage,
1335 Sq Ft Yard Maint. included.
Adult family only, no pets, $800
rent and deposit. Credit check.
432 NE Horry Ave. Madison.
Call George 973-8583, 557-0994
DOWNTOWN APARTMENT
FOR RENT, NEWLY
RENOVATED 1BR, 1 BATH
$450.00 MO.
850-567-1523

12/19-RTN
Furnished, quiet one BR house
395.00 mo plus Security Deposit
Plus 100.00 Electric
973-4030


For Rent:
4 Bedroom 2 Bath house with a
built in office, beautifully i-emod-
eled tile & wood floors with car-
pet in 4 bedrooms. Fireplace,
large shaded yard, large front
porch, all electric. Lee School
district. Off HWY 6 near Blue
Springs, 1 year lease, References
required. $700 a month.
$700 Security Deposit
423-538-1206 or 423-845-0590
RTN


Downtown Office/ Retail space
for rent. 700 to 1,400 Sql ft.
850-567-1523
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 era Call 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


FOR SALE / OWNER
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.
.,Ja.ceqss)WMH 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
Cypress home has new kitchen
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


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
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Friday, December 26, 2008


SUMMONS By Publication
TO: William C. Ballard
You have been sued by Lois Louise Ballard, the plaintiff, in the District Court in and for
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
12/9/08, 12/26/08. 01/02/09

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-25-DP
IN THE INTEREST OF:
R.L.G., Jr. DOB: 08-31-2007
MINOR CHILD

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
-Ityled court for the termination of parental right$ 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
THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR 'ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED,
YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THIS CHILD.
12/19/08. 12/26/08. 01/02/09

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE
CITY OF MADISON LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD OF CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA,
SERVING ALSO AS TEIE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF:THE CITY OF MADI-
SON, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, and the City of Madison Land Devel-
opment Regulations, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Reg-
ulations, objections, recommendations and comments concerning the amendment, as'de-
scribed below, will be heard'by the Planning and Zoning Board of the City of Madison,
Florida, serving also as the Local Planning Agency of the City of Madison, Florida, at a
public hearing on January 8, 2009 at 4:45 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 321 Southwest
* Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida.
'LDR 08-3, an application by the City Commission, to amend the text of'the Land Devel-
opment Regulations by amending Section 2.1, entitled Definitions. to add a definition for
slaughterhouse.
The public hearing ma) be continued to one or more future dale. Any interested party
shall be advised that the date. time and place of any continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notice concerning the
matter will be published, unless said continuation exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced'public hearing. . . .
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested parties may appear to be heard with
respect to the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Office of the Director
of Community Development,'City Hall located at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street; Madi-
son, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at the above ref-
erenced public hearing, they will:need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
12=26/08

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs " '
ANDREW ACCARDI,:
Defendant.
CASE NO.: 2008-379-CA .
CIVIL DIVISION
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that under a Final Judgment of Foreclosure, in the above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest, and best bidder forcash, at the WEST door of the Madi-
son County Courthouse, Madison, Florida 'at 11:00 a.m. on January 13, 2009, the fol-
lowing described property: '
LOT NO.:39 OFNORTON CREEK. A SUiBDI VISION AS PER THE PLAT THEREOF
FILED AT PLAT BOOK 2. PAGES 31-33 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IF ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN T~E SURPLUS FROM THIS SALE,
IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THIS
SALE.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to partici.-
pate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain as-
sistance. Please contact the Court Administrator at (386) 758-2163, within two (2) work-
ing days of your receipt of this notice or pleading. If you are hearing or voice impaired,
please call 711. ' ' '


Dated: December 17, 2008
Deputy
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