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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Place of Publication: Madison, Fla.
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Our 144th Year, Number 20


Friday, January 16, 2009


Madison, Florida


Coach Carroll Staying At MCHS


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By Jacob Bemnbry Law Enforcement and the
Greene Publishing, Inc. State Attorney's officess
The body of an assisting with the investi-
unidentified woman was gation. Stewa'rt also noted
found by. hunters in a that the Jefferson County
wooded area off Pettis Sheriff's Office had also
Springs Rd., south of been called, due to the lo-
Greenville,. Jan. 15. cation being close to that
According to Madison county
County Sheriff Ben Stew- Capt. Mark Joost is the
art, the death was not a chief investigator in the
natural one and the homicide investigation.'
woman was the victim of Please see The- Madi-
a homicide. .son County Carrier on
Stewart said that, the. Wednesday, Jan., 21, for
Florida Department of more details.



Miss Madison County Pageant
Accepting Registrations,


Calling all kings and
queens of Madison Coun-
ty! Executive Director
Toni Blanton is pleased to
announce that applica-
tions are being sought for
the 2009 Miss Madison
County Pageant. Ages are
Sas follows: 0-11 months
boys and. girls, "12-23
months boys and girls, 2-3
years boys. and girls, 4-6
years -Little ?Miss,: 7-9
years Petite Miss,, 10-12
years Junior Miss and,
13-15 years Teen Miss
Madison County.:
Contestants who are
16 years or older will have
the opportunity.to com-
pete. for the title of Miss
Madison County along
with' a chance 'to win
scholarship money.
Due to the overwhelm-


ing success of last year's
Mr. and Miss Heart of
Madison and Sweetheart
Program, once again, any-
one who wishes to partici-
pate can do so without
having to enter the actual
pageant.
The Sweetheart Pro-
graml raised a grand total
that surassed, $1,000 fobr
the Miss Madison scholar-
ship fund, which,. in re-
turn, : aided last year's
Miss Madison, Ashton
Williams, attend NFCC.
Since this program holds
such prestige, everyone
that participates and com-
, pletes the 'requirements
will walk away with a
beautiful crown, sash or
cape.
Please See
Miss Madison, Page 2A


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Head Football
Football Coach and Athletic Direc-
tor Frankie Carroll said that he
turned down a job as the Taylor
County head coach and athletic di-
rector before it was offered to him.
"They were going to offer it to
me," Carroll said, "but I didn't give
them the chance."
Carroll, who has been the MCHS
head coach for the past six years,
said, "The Lord led me here. I love
Madison County I love the kids
here."
Carroll was interviewed twice
by Taylor County He had a meeting
with the school's principal, Michael
Thompson, and met with parents
and boosters on Friday.
Carroll has won numerous hon-
ors as the head coach and has placed
over 40 players in college, as well as
one in the National Football League
(Geno Hayes). Two of the players
from his 2008 team (Chris Thompson
and, Jacobbi McDaniel) have com-
mitted to play college football at
Florida State in the fall.
Carroll's 2007 team won the state
championship, beating Tampa











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Madison County Head Coach Frankie Carroll celebrates one of his many
Cowboys football victories.


Catholic.
While Carroll turned down the
job, some people, including school
board member Kenny Hall, ex-
pressed concern that the interviews
with Taylor County may have been a
ploy to get more money to remain at
MCHS.


If Carroll had been chosen to
coach Taylor County he would have
replaced Price Harris, a former
MCHS player who played under the
regime of former Coach Bud O'Hara.,
Carroll denied rumors that he
had been offered $90,000 to.coach at
the school in Perry.


LATMA Student Delegation

Attending Inauguration


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The students of the
LATMA School are finaliz-
ing arrangements to at-
tend the Presidential Inau-
guration on Jan. 20 and,
have asked the community
for a little assistance.
The LATMA School
encourages good citizen-
ship at all levels of society,


and realizing the special
piece of history an inaugt-
ration represents, school
leadership has completed
plans to leave Madison on
Jan. 17, returning on Jan.
21.
Organizers thank all
those who have already
volunteered time and do-
Please See Latma,
Page 2A


Man, Woman Arrested For Aggravated

BatteryWith Deadly Weapon


5 By Jacob Bembry,,
SGreene Publishing, Inc.
A man and a woman
were arrested for aggra-
vated battery with a dead-
ly weapon, which occurred
on Tuesday, Jan, 6.
According to a Madi-
son County Sheriff's Of-
fice report, Wendy Tate, 43,
and Jimmy McCray, 41,
both of Quitman, Ga.,
were visiting the victim at
his residence ortGarefowl
St. in Madison
According to the re-
port, an altercation oc-
curred and Tate.hit the


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victim in the back of the
head with. a beer bottle,
knocking him to the
ground. While on the
ground, McCray jumped
on the victim and stabbed
him in the middle part of
the upper back with a
knife.
Warrants were ob-
tained for the arrest of Mc-
Cray and Tate. They were
arrested the next day in
Quitman, Ga., and extra-
dited to Madison County
MCSO Deputy Keith
Kirkland was the arrest-
ing officer.


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Fundraising Boxes Set Up For Donna Kinard


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Donna Kinard is a wife
and a mother, both grand
and great. She has called
Madison home for over 23
years, eight of which she
was a dedicated employee
at Dixie Packers. She has a
family she raised with
laughter and grandchil-
dren that want to grow
with her love. Donna Ki-
nard was taken to the hos-


pital in November because
she had debilitating mi-
graines. What they found
was a brain tumor.
Kinard underwent
surgery for the tumor..Af-
ter only a few days, she
was back at home and
striving to get back on her
feet.
The battle is not over,
however; the tumor is
growing back. Two more
tumors have also been dis-


DONNA KINARD


covered in Kinard's lungs.
For anyone, this would
be a tremendous struggle,
but in Kinard's case,
added is the fact that she
has no insurance. This is
where the silver boxes
that are springing up in
shops and businesses
around Madison can help
save Kinard's life.
Anyone who has an
Please See Kinard,
Page 2A


Rockets Returns As Lee's Mascot


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Recently, Lee Elemen-
tary School's administra-
tion and parent volunteers
launched a campaign to
change the school's mas-
cot and symbol from
"Trailblazers" to one that
would create more benefit
and recognition. The idea
was obviously well timed,
as this reporter talked to
no one that was even


aware of. the current
name. Some adults re-
called that it was "Rock-
ets" when they attended as
children, but that was
about it.
Well, after a communi-
ty- and school-wide vote,
with student nominations
ranging from Pioneers,
Rabbits, Rattlesnakes,
Rockets, Wranglers and
keeping the old Trailblaz-
ers, to community sugges-


tions, including Lariats,
Lions and Spurs, the votes
have been tallied.
According to Principal
Jack McClellan, "When
put to a vote, the students
lobbied hard for Rat-
tlesnakes, but the majority
of students, staff and com-
munity members came
out, overwhelmingly, in fa-
vor of a return to the
Rockets."
The Lee community


has a wonderful reputa-
tion for supporting its
school and all children's
programs for that matter
This was especially no-
table during the emotional
retirement of Principal
Larry Alderman earlier
this school year, as stu-
dents; parents and resi-
dents rose to welcome Mc-
Clellan as the new school
Please See Rockets,
Page 2A


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Uiewpoints & Opinions


Friday,January 16, 2009


LATMA

Continued from Page 1A


Tent h anniversary


Friday, Jan. 16, will be
the 10th anniversary of
my mother's death. I miss
her. I know that I have
written a lot about my
mother but she, along with
my father, Bobby Bembry,
are the most powerful
guiding influences in my
life. You talk about people
you admire. I admired my
mother, Louella Sealey Be-
mbry, and I want others to
know about her.
She was the oldest
child of J.C. "Jake" and
Ava Lee Sealey. She had
two brothers and three sis-
ters. She loved country
music and was a huge fan
of the Grand Ole Opry She
loved her family and she
loved the Lord.
When Mama died, I
wondered how my sister
Abbie would fare without
her. I knew that Abbie
would be hurting. I think
somehow that Abbie has
fared better than I have.
Although Abbie is mental-


ly challenged, I think that
she understands and I be-
lieve that God speaks to
Abbie in ways that I can-
not even begin to imagine.
I wish that I could say


nated money to this worth-
while effort, humbly re-
questing additional contri-
butions to fill in the short-
fall. For those wishing to
make an affordable dona-
tion, please' call (850) 973-
2359 or (850) 673-1961. If


RoNkets
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that my grief for my' Continued from
mama has gotten easier :
and that I don't miss her as, '
much as I used to, but I ,principal.
can't. Time has made.,, The Rockets
things easier, but the grief- have therefore
remains. been launched and
There are times when I hopefully Will not land
wish that she was there so :until every child that
I could ask her a question passes through the
or ask her for advice on doors of Lee Elemen-
something that I'm going tary leaves prepared
through. She's not there,, for middle school.
however, and I can't. Go Rockets!
I do know that I have Michael Curtis
the promise that one day I can be reached at
will see her again in Heav- michael@greene
en. publishing.com.
In the meantime, I
keep living my life, which
includes helping see after
my daddy, my brother and
imy sister. I hope that my
mama would be proud of
me.


preferred, simply mail to,
or drop by the campus lo-
cated at, 491 SW Captain
Brown Rd., Madison, FL
32340.
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.


Kinard

Continued from Page 1A

unwanted, used, unused es.
or broken cellphone can Kinard started radia-
drop it in the box for dona- tion on Dec. 29. This will
tion. These cell phones, be followed by chemother-
along with empty inkjet apy. Her battle is already
cartridges, digital cam- underway. For anyone
eras, MP3 players and who has these items and
small game systems such can help Kinard fight on,
as Nintendos, Gameboys, please look for these silver
Playstations and Segas are boxes whenever out and
being collected to be recy- about in Madison. They
cled. willbe picked up on Feb.
Following in accor- 20 and 21 for recycling..For
dance with EPA regula- more information, please
tions on refurbishing and go to www.phoneraiser
reusing these items, all .com.
proceeds collected will in The silver boxes in lo-
turn be used to help Ki- cal stores can be what
nard and her family with saves a mother's life in
medical and travel expens- Madison.


Miss Madison

Continued from Page 1A


The pageant is sched-
uled for Saturday, Mar. 21,
2009, at Van H. Priest Au-
ditorium. The birth
through 12-year-old
pageant will take place at
9 a.m. The show for Miss
and Teen Miss Madison
will start at 7 p.m.
For further informa-
tion, contact Toni Blanton


at (850) 673-1162 or email
Madisonpageants@aal.co
m. Applications may be
picked up at Becky's
Dance Steps Studio locat-
ed at 438 E Base St. in
Madison. The deadline to
receive an early bird dis-
count on entry is Feb. 13.
Hurry and enter today
Divisions fill up fast.


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Friday,January 16, 2009


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Now that we are in
the middle of the month,
how are those resolu-
tions going? You had the
best intention on Janu-
ary 1, but as the weeks
pass, they tend to fade. If
you rethink the way you
look at a resolution you
may find it easier to
stick with it.
Instead of using the
term resolution, use the
word goal. With a goal,
you can develop a plan of
action to accomplish
what you set out to do.
Most people don't take
the extra steps to devel-
op a plan. Consider the
following steps to help
carry out your resolu-
tions.
Identify your goal-
They vary with individ-
ual 'interest, but goals,
are the end result of
something you are will-
ing to work for. It may be
losing weight, reducing
debt, saving money or
tackling a major home
repair project.
Be realistic-If the
goal is not practical and
personal, you will set
yourself up for failure.
It's better to set a goal to
shed 10 pounds .A
achieve it then to aim frf
36 pounds, get frustrated:
and quit.
SBe specific-Clear
and concise goals are
easier to evaluate along
the way. To say you want
to save money is one
thing, but you must go a
step further and identify
a dollar amount. For ex-
ample, say you want to
save $500.00 by the end of
the year. Divide $500.00
by the number of pay


checks you will get dur-
ing the year. This gives
you a specific dollar
amount to deposit into a
savings account each
payday.
Set a completion
date-Without a time
frame, you may see the
year roll by without ac-
complishing what you
intended to dp.
*. Be sure it's your
own-Unless the goal is
something you want for
yourself, you will never
reach it. All too often,
we set goals that result
from the pressure of oth-
er people.
Evaluate your
progress-Take time
during the year to see
how you are progress-
ing, you may want to
check monthly. Make
adjustments if you need
to and take pride in the
fact that you are carry-
ing out your resolutions.
If you follow these
recommendations,
you'll find it easier to ac-
complish your goals.
For more information
on goals, planning and
family management,
contact the Madison
Couyt tepsion, Ser-
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Ramblings
Good morning, folks! At least for a couple of
days, then predictions are that warm, sunny Flori-
da will reach a low of 26 before the weekend which'
I'm sure some people will enjoy but I'm not one of
them! We did need the nice little rain in the van-
guard, tho.
I would like to rant a little this week for a
change (I seldom find things to dislike but I am go-
ing to have to find a way to keep some people off
my phone) for when I'm asleep or eating or am
just across the room for I practically hobble to the
phone someone is bound to call with "Are you di-
abetic?" If I were, I would be taking care of the sit-
uation without waiting for such a call.
Another one is "I'm calling about your mort-
gage." I don't have one, thank you so much! Then
some one says, "Your auto warranty is about to ex-
pire" -1 don't doubt that it has expired my car is 20
years old! The last time someone told me that, it
was really too match and I told him off. And he had
the temerity to get huffy with me! "I never called
you before there are about 30 companies who do
this" he said. I sure am glad they all -haven't called
-yet.
Another called to ask questions about my
health. When I said I wasn't interested in her call,
she said it was only for a survey So I said I would
answer a few questions. But then, after a couple of
questions to which my answers apparently didn't
suit her, she hung up!
The one that tops them all, however, told me the
very first thing that I was paying too much interest
on my credit cards well, aren't we all? I'll soon
have mine paid off and will never have another
one. And I would like to see one of those callers get
any company who is backed by GE Money Bank to
get their interest lowered. If anyone out there
knows how, please let me know.
But the one I really can't stand is one who calls
to speak to Thelma and I find I never heard of him
- or her. Who are you that you address me as if I
were your close friend, I ask -,and hang up.
And I have another peeve inconsiderate, impo-
lite or just too lazy for words clerks. Sometimes,
they are so busy with gossip about what they were
involved in last night that, if you ask a question
about the location of something in the store, they
give you a cold stare and turn their backs to you -
how dare you interrupt them, go find it yourself!
Now that I've unloaded on you, dear readers, I
feel better! And I'd like to report that the home-
coming committee met Thursday evening with a
baker's dozen present and, in spite of losing our
parade chairman (being the Chamber Director is a
full-time plus job), the meeting proved fruitful.
Would anyone like to chair the Centennial festival
parade? Please, don't everyone yell me at once!
I wish to thank those of our good sponsors who
have sent their donations in early those good com-
panies and individuals are Winn-Dixie Stores,
Progress Energy, Elbert Hamrick and Agner
Farms. We appreciate them so much and know the
rest will soon follow suit.
Knowing how much we have in advance helps
considerably when booking, entertainment and
preparing for other expenditures. And don't forget
that we still need volunteers.
Ending on a sad note, condolences to three of
our Lee families on the loss of their loved ones -
Charles Carter, Vivyanne Jackson, and Murray
Blair; they will certainly all be missed.


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Eam Enforccment & Regional Crime


Friday, January 16, 2009


Man Arrested For Disorderly Intoxication


A Madison County man was arrested for disorderly,
intoxication on Friday, Jan. 11.
According to a Madison County Sheriff's Office re-
port, Deputy Kevin Odom, along with Sgt. Randy Jan-
sch, responded to a large group of subjects fighting at
the Greenville Point Apartments.
Upon arrival, it was learned that all subjects in-'
volved had apparently departed and there was no wit-
ness willing to provide any information. Odom and Jan-
sch left the apartments at 3:35 a.m., only to be called
back to the apartment complex at approximately 3:38
a.m.
Upon Odom's arrival, he observed several people in
the parking lot arguing. As Odom got closer, the people
stopped arguing.
Odom instructed the people to go to their apart-
ments or to leave if they were not residents of the com-
plex or spending the night with a resident, All the sub-
jects complied with the request.
While Odom was standing next to his patrol car,
which was parked behind Jansch's patrol car, he saw
Ozell Jones, 42, throw a 16-ounce beer can, with its con-
tents still inside towards the garbage dumpster. The
beer can struck the wooden fence that surrounded the


dumpster and spewed out.
Odom ordered Jones to pick up the can and throw it
in the dumpster. Jones became loud and yelled, "It did
go into the garbage can."
Odom then informed Jones that it did not go in the
dumpster and instructed him once again to pick it up:
Jones became even louder and started cursing,
which brought the subjects Jansch and Odom had per-
suaded to return to their apartments back out onto the
sidewalk to observe the commotion.
Jones walked over and picked up the beer can while
still cursing. After throwing the beer can away, Jones
continued to curse in full view of approximately 20 res-
idents. It was at this point that Odom instructed Jones
to turn around. Odom told Jones that he was under ar-
rest for disorderly intoxication. Jones refused to turn
around.
Odom told Jones to turn around again. When Jones
turned around, Odom placed wrist restraints on him
and placed Jones in the rear of the patrol unit, where he
continued to curse.
Jones continued to be loud and argumentative all
the way to the jail and even when Odom was leaving
booking at the county jail.


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R. Alexander Acosta,
U.S. attorney for the
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Office; and John Timoney,
chief of ihe City of Mia-
mi Police Department, an-
nounced that former City
of Miami Police Officer
Jorge Hernandez was sen-
tenced Jan. 8 on a charge


with intent to distribute a
controlled substance for
his role in protecting
what he believed was the
delivery of a multi-kilo-
gram shipment of c6-
caine.
In a hearing in Mia-
mi, Judge Patricia A.
Seitz sentenced Hernan-
dez to 108 months in
prison, to be followed by
three years of supervised


of conspiring to posss ,release. His co-defendant,


Yearsn Jall


Geovani Nunez, was pre-
viously sentenced by
Judge Seitz to 135 months
in prison.
As shown in the guilty
plea and sentencing pro-,
ceedings, during the
course of this investiga-
tion, Hernandez, a 13-year
veteran of the City of Mi-
ami Police Department,
worked with his co-defen-
dant to provide a variety
of illegal services& to an.,:


individual who represent-
ed himself as having a,
trucking business in-
volved in transporting
stolen merchandise and
narcotics. During the
course of- his criminal ap-
tivities, Hernandez used
his unmarked police car
to protect the delivery of
what he was told were two
separate large loads of
stolen merchandise, in-
cluding computers.


1/7/09
Danny Eugene Davis
- Expired tag, driving
while license suspended,
out of county warrant
1/8/09
Jerry Jerrod Harris -
Disruption of school
function, battery
Joe Cab Slade VOP
(county), no valid drivers
license
Markey D'Angelo
Pittman Failure to ap-
pear (knowingly operat-
ing a motor vehicle while
drivers license suspend-
ed)
Keith Leonard
Arnold Failure to ap-
pear on original charge
of possession of cocaine
4/9/09
Glen Dewayne Sutton
- No valid drivers license
Weudy Jones Tate -
Aggravated battery with
a deadly weapon
Ernest Caswell Jones
- Failure to appear
Tamboura Gee Rob-
bery with a firearm, ag-
gravated assault with, a
deadly weapon, posses-
sion of a firearm by a
convicted felon


1/10/09
Raymond Ghent -
Breach of peace
Sandra Denise Gee -
Breach of peace
1/11/09
Ozell J. Jones Disor-
derly intoxication
1/12/09
Tracy Denise Verdell-
Aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon
Matthew David-Wayne
Teague VOP (Escape
from a Juvenile Center)
Roland Anthony Hig-
gins Petit theft
1/13/09
Derrica Leshay West-
Driving while license sus-
pended
* Jose Carmona Salinas
- No valid driverslicense:
Bryon Keith Irvine -
Criminal registration
Tangel Doris Hence -
Failure to appear (know-
ingly operating a motor ve-
hicle while license sus-
pended)
Derrick Terricus Jor-
dan Criminal registra-
tion
Terras Detrail Bar-
num Driving while li-,
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A


Vivyanne

Veronica

Jackson
Vivyanne Veronica
Jackson, age 78, a Home-
maker, died Sunday, Jan 4,
2009, in Madison,
The Mass was held
Thursday, Jan. 8, at 11 a.m.,
at St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic Church in Madi-
son. A rosary was said
Wednesday evening during
the visitation from 6-8 p.m.
at Beggs Funeral Home,
Madison Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to Madi-
son Pink Ladies Auxiliary,
309 NE Marion St., Madison,
FL 32340 or Big Bend Hos-
pice, 1723 Mahan Center
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308.
Vivyanne was born in
Brooklyn, N.Y, and had
lived in Jacksonville before
moving to Lee in 1969. In
Jacksonville, she volun-
teered as a Cub Scouts den
mother, at the St. Joseph
Parrish Ladies Guild, and
as a leader for 4-H Clubs. In
Madison, she was involved
in the Madison County
Memorial Auxiliary Pink
Ladies and .the Parish
Council of Catholic Women
at St Vincent de-Paul
Catholic Church, where
she was a member.
She is survived by two
sons, Kevin Jackson [Jean
Marie] of Clarksville, Tenn.,
and Jonathan Jackson pf
Lake City; one daughter,
Elizabeth Williams (Mike) of
Lee; one brother, Christian
Jakob (Norma) of Jack-
sqnvilI six grandchildren,
Mary Catherine Jackson of
Boulder, Co., David Jackson
of Chicago, Ill., SA Matthew
Jackson (Katie) of Biloxi,
Miss., and Meredith Jack-
son, Brian Williams and
Chris Williams of Lee; and
a special friend, Theresa
Jackson.


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Ruby

Boland
Floyd

Ruby Boland Floyd
age 96, died Tuesday, Jan
13, 2009, at home in Cherry
Lake.
Funeral services wil
be today, at 2 p.m., at Beggs
Funeral Home, Madison
Chapel with burial al
Cherry Lake Methodisi
Cemetery
The family received
friends Thursday, from
6-8 p.m., at Beggs Funeral
Home, Madison Chapel.
Ruby was born Nov. 17
1932, in Wacissa and
moved to the Cherry Lake
community in 1944. She
was a loving mother and
grandmother, and she
touched many other lives
in her life time. She was a
homemaker.
She is survived by
three sons, Dbn (Bonnie;
Floyd of Virginia Beach
Va., and Roy (Jo) Floyd
and Charles (Clara).Floyd
of Cherry Lake; 14 grand
children; 19 great-grand
children; one sister, Derlye
Walker of Wacissa; and a
host of nieces and
nephews.
She was preceded in
death by her husband
Willard "Dub" Floyd, four
brothers, four sisters and a
beloved grandson, Tony
Floyd.


January 16
Crabb Revival will be in concert
at Northside Church of God in Per-
ry tonight, at 7 p.m. For more infor-
mation, please call (850) 464-0114 or
visit www.northfloridacon certs.com.
January 17
The yard sale to benefit Clint
Minter will be postponed until fur-
Sther notice due to inclement weath-
er.
l January 19
S The Madison County Chapter of
Sthe Charmettes Will sponsor a pro-
t gram to observe the life of the Rev
t Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Mon-
day, Jan. 19, at 11 a.m., at the Madi-
son County Courthouse. The Rev. Dr.
Charlie Barfield will be the guest
Speaker and the Mt. Zion AME
Church choir will perform. The fes-
tivities will start by walking from
Mt. Zion AME Church at 10:30 a.m.
to the Madison County Courthouse.
For more information, please call
S(850) 973-3932.
i January 22
S On the Wings of Freedom: An
SAmerican Portrait, featuring pi-
anist Mac Frampton and the power-
Sful voices of Sam Hagan and Dawn-
Marie-James, will be, held at Van H.
Priest Auditorium (NFCC campus)
on Thursday, Jan. 22, at7 p.m. "Cele-
brate two centuries of American
milestones as our country's story is
told through the songs that unifed
and inspired its people'" For more
information, call (850) 973-1653 or
visit wwui.nfcc.edu (keyword Artist
Series).
SJanuary 24
The Craft Ren'dezvous at the
r Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center
SState Park on U.S. 41 in White
Springs is on Jan. 24, from 10 a.m.-4
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all over the state, as they gather at
the craft demonstration area .to
demonstrate and sell their hand-
crafted art. The demonstrations will
include photography, jelly making,
pottery, stained glass, black-
smithing, woodworking, fabric arts,
aromatherapy, jewelry, quilting,
walkihg sticks, painting and herbs.
The Craft Rendezvous is free with
paid park admission, $4 per vehicle
up to 8 persons. For more informa-
tion, call Craft Square' at (386) 397-
1920 or visit www.StephenFosterC-
SO.org.
January 24
The Florida Museum of Natural
History in Gainesville will host its
30th annual Collectors Day from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 24. Visitors will
encounter a wide variety of person-
al collections at this family-oriented
event, ranging from corkscrews and
antique cars to sports and war mem-
orabilia. The event is free and open
to the public. For more information,
call (352) 273-2061.
January 24
LifeSong will be ii concert at La-
mont Methodist Chur.ch .on Satur-
day, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. Admission is
free. Refreshments will be served fol-
lowing the concert.
January 25
Grammy-nominated Karen Peck
and New River will be in concert at
Faith Baptist Church on Sunday,
Jan. 25, at 2:30 p.m. Admission is.
free. A love offering will be received
during the concert.For more infor-
mation, please call (850) 973-2887.
January 30
A Rally in the Alley Will be held
on Friday, Jan. 30, from 7-9 p.m., at
Janet Moses and Company. Song-
writer Jeffrey Todd, new to Madi-
son, will perform. "Great food, fun,,


friends, tea tasting, art,. antiques,
unique gifts, crafts and more" will
be available. For more information,
please call (850) 973-3971.
February 22-27
March 8-13
March 22-27
The Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park will host an Elder-
hostel program for adults age 55 and
older entitled "Suwannee River Ad-
venture: Canoeing, Hiking and Folk-
lore in Florida." Three dates are be-
ing offered for this active education-
al program during the months of
February and March. This unique
program offers participants the op-
portunity for canoeing and hiking
along with educational classes about
the folklore of the Suwannee River
Valley All meals, lodging and class-
room supplies are included. For in-
formation on program fees and reg-
istration, please call Kelly Green at
(386) 397-4478. Participants can reg-
ister for this program at www.elder
hostel.org or call 1-800-454-5768.
Each Weekday Except Tuesday
The Senior Citizens Center of-
fers computer classes to seniors 60
and older each weekday except
Tuesday. For more information or to
sign up, please call (850) 973-4241. A
regular instructor is needed to teach
these classes. Interested individuals
should ask to speak with Sharon
concerning the opening at the num-
ber above.
Every Tuesday-Saturday
The Diamonds in the Ruff Adop-
tion Program at the Suwannee Val-
ley Humane Societyk is open every
Tuesday through Saturday from 10
Sa.m. to 2 p.m. It is located on 1156 SE
Bisbee Loop, Madispn, FL 32340. For
more information, or directions, call
(866) 236-7812 or (850) 971-9904.


.Jan. 16, 1958
S Mrs. A.E. Fraleigh and Mrs. J.G. Ashley spent several days he past
week in Lake City visiting Mrs. A.G. Paul.
Mrs. W.H. Hudson left Sunday for Quincy to visit relatives.
Mrs. Sam Smoolev, of New York City, came Thursday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Priest.
Broadus Willoughby, realtor, reported selling a new FHA house
from the ad run in last week'sE-R. He plans to sell the other house adver-
tised this week.
Miss Judy Davis of Mercer University spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Davis.
Gene Thompson left Saturday morning for his field base near San
Francisco, after 30 days leave spent at his Greenville home.
Rev. and Mrs. J.M. Gammon entertained at a lovely coffee Satur-
day evening at the manse for the congregation of the Presbyterian.
Jan. 12, 1978
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor announce the birth of James Patrick Tay-
lor, born December 19, 1978 at the South Georgia Medical Center. Grand-
parents of the new arrival are Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Reaves and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold +McHargue.
Spec. 4 William S. Reddick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Reddick, Greenville, Fla., recently was graduated from the U.S.
Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy here. Reddick entered
the Army in November 1976. He is a 1976 graduate of Greenville
High School.
Spec. 4 Willie J. McCall, whose wife, Adine, lives at 1506
Bonker St., Madisori, recently was assigned as a communications
chief with the 2nd Infantry Division Artillery at Camp Stanley,
Korea. McCall entered the Army in January of 1974. The special-
ist is a 1972 graduate of Madison County High School. His moth-
er, Mrs. Julia M. McDonald, lives in Madison.


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Friday,January 16, 2009


Church Of The Nazarene

Announces Homecoming
Barbara Memorial Church of the
Nazarene, located at 155 NE Nazarene
Church Way (just off Dusty Miller Ave.),
will be celebrating homecoming on Sunday,
Jan. 25, at 10:30 a.m.. Dr. Orville Jenkins,
Jr., will be the special speaker.
Dr. Jenkins has served as pastor in
Jacksonville, as well as in New York City
He is currently serving as district superin-
tendent of the North Florida District.
Edna McCormick and Sam and Jan Ag-
net will provide the special music.
There will be singing in the afternoon,
Beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Lunch will be spread during the noon
hour.
The pastor, the Rev. Robert Agner, and
church extend an invitation to the public to
attend.


CapitalCit Makes Timely Contribution


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Funding for essential
social services continues
to be hit hard in recent
budget discussions com-
ing out of Tallahassee.
Some of these cuts, as they
deal with entitlements like
classic welfare, are always
a subject of heated debate'
because of accusations
that the programs give
money to people who
could, but don't, help
themselves, choosing in-
stead to live off the state.
However, when the recipi-
ents are those whose phys-
ical and mental challenges
are out of their control,
like those supported by
ARC/PDS-operating as
Personnel Development
Services in Madison-the
financial cutbacks are tan-
tamount to disaster.
Fortunately for
ARC/PDS, the Capital City
Bank Group Foundation
has made it a goal to assist
these types of local pro-
jects with their small
grant program. Market
Leader Darlene Hagan
generously made the com-
munity aware of the re-
sources for. which
ARC/PDS applied. Once
approved, Capital City
Bank of Madison Presi-
dent Bill Gunnels present-
ed a check for $1,000 to
ARC/PDS Executive Di-
rector Tim Ressler, who
later noted how timely the
contribution was in the
face of state budget cuts.
The chief financial offi-
cer for ARC/PDS in Madi-
son is Dianne Beck. She ex-
pressed similar senti-
ments. "This contribution
couldn't come at a better:


time. Every dollar we get
now is so important in light
of the funding cutbacks
that have recently been pro-
posed. The adult arm of
ARC/PDS is named the
Agency for Personal Dis-
ability They have proposed
a five percent cut across the
board for them alone."
"We work closely with
our clients to get each of


them ready for employ-
ment and to make produc-
tive and constructive con-
tributions to the commu-
nity Funding, including
this mini-grant from Capi-
tal City, is obviously a crit-
ical component of that
process," Ressler ex-
plained.
Those wishing to learn
more about Capital City


Bank Group Foundation
grants and other commu-
nity or banking services
may call Darlene Hagan in
Madison at (850) 973-4161.
Those seeking services or
to make a donation to
ARC/PDS may call (850)
973-4442.
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@
greenepublishing.com.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Michael Curtis, January 11, 2009
Darlene Hagan and Bill Gunnels (right) present Tim Ressler a check for ARC/PDS,
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


Hospital Commends Doctors For Devotion And Generosity


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The administration of
Madison County Memorial
Hospital has something to
say to the doctors that
served them so well in 2008:
'At MCMH, our doctors are
the greatest!"
Vicky Howerton, speak-
ing on behalf of the entire
MCMH family, continues,
"That is truly the way that
all Madison County Memor-
ial Hospital employees felt
on Dec. 23 at noon when we
all gathered for the annual
doctor-sponsored Christmas
party, where our generous
doctors had purchased gifts
Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Michael Curtis, December 16, 2008 for everyone."
Dr. Johnson and Judy Bibb, pictured center and left respectively, were among the To begin the festive
doctors praised by Madison County Memorial Hospital CEO David Abercrombie and event, AubreyJones, headof
the entire hospital family. On Dec. 23, the doctors provided an appreciation lunch for MCMH food services, pre-
the hospital staff and their families. pared delicious turkeys that
he served up with vegeta-
Sbles, breads and an array of
K ng Arthur els special deserts brought in
by employees to go with the
holiday birds. Following the
h e meal, Shannon Webb and
T Cindi Burnette passed out
gifts Hto each person from
i n e numbers each had selected.
SAnn ual e There were truly gifts ga-
lore.
CEO David Abercrom-
eC dieal Fa re bie joined the celebration,
also praising the doctor's
As ou enter the gates of Hoggetowne, a variety of the best performers on the generosity He and others
the sound of trumpets will transport you medieval circuit. Twice a day, the trumpet also noted the fabulous dec-
to a time where brave knights joust for will sound the start of the royal proces- orating provided by Dana
the honor of their ladies and King Arthur sion, visitors and peasants alike are invit- Leggett and Vicky Hower-
and the Knights of the Round Table must ed to join the king and queen to the joust ton, including their use of
battle the forces of evil. It is at Hogge- field for the royal event. beautiful long-leaf pine
towne that the spirit of the Middle Ages is Hands-on activities are plentiful in branches that Billy Sullivan
celebrated. Hoggetowne. Visitors can shoot arrows, and Colin Howerton had
Come bet swept away with medieval hurl battle axes or launch throwing stars gathered from Billy and Di-
magic at the 23rd Annual Hoggetowne into targets. Thrilling human-push rides, ane Sullivan's farm to deco-
Medieval Faire on Jan. 24-25 & Jan. camel rides and elephant rides attract rate an earlier MCMH
30-Feb. 1. For two consecutive weekends, long lines of both eager children and an- Christmas party held at
tucked away in the enchanted forest of ticipating adults. The astounding "Birds First United Methodist
the Alachua County Fairgrounds in of Prey" show features trained hawks and Church on Dec. 16.
Gainesville, a medieval marketplace falcons who perform for the :pleasure 'of, i::i the earlier occasion,
comes to life as troupes of actors, street the crowds. Guests can visit one of Hogge--MGMH-celebrated the joy of
performers and musicians journey back towne's mysterious fortune-tellers to
to the days of yore. learn the secrets of the future, or they
The bustling medieval marketplace may visit artisans and have their hair
will showcase more than 150 talented arti- braided or faces festively painted.
sans from all over the countryside who One of the Faire's most notable at-
will demonstrate their old time skills and tractions is the joust, where knights in
sell their traditional wares. At the mar- full plate armour charge each other on
ketplace, visitors can marvel at time-hon- horseback, battling for the honor of their
ored traditions of weaving, black- ladies. After the joust, children are en-
smithing, leatherworking, woodcarving couraged to meet the knights and their
and jewelry making. steeds. Another exciting attraction in
"To take full advantage of the me- Hoggetowne is the Living Chess Game,
dieval magic, visitors should arrive ear- where King Arthur and his Knights of the
ly," said Linda Piper, Faire coordinator. Round Table battle the forces of evil by
"Each morning, as the city gates open, all strategically "fighting to the death" as to
the entertainers are awaiting the arrival hold their place in the game.
of the Hoggetowne guests." Take a break from shopping and in-
Throughout the streets of Hogge- dulge in a hearty feast fit for a king. At
towne, the sounds of applause and laugh- the food court, the selection varies from
ter will draw you into one of the eight giant turkey legs and succulent ribs to au-
stages where the forgotten skills of full thentic blooming onions and mouth-wa-
flight falconry, gripping aerial acrobatics tering sweet potato fries.
and astonishing magic acts are brought On-Friday, Jan. 30, Hoggetowne hosts
back to life. Jugglers, musicians and School Day, an educational experience for
dancers fill the streets and stages with students. Thousands of students from all
continuous live revelry-a medley includ- over Florida will make a trip to the Faire
ing gypsy dancing, ancient music, mysti- for an exciting experience, full of fun ac-
fying magic, knife throwing and fire eat- tivities, such as face painting, hair braid-
ing. Performers mingle with the crowds ing and creating wax hands. On this day,
as the atmosphere fills with the sweet me- general admission is half price, andl larg-
dieval sounds of minstrels, harpists and er discounts are available to school. .
many "olde world" instruments. groups that register in advance.
"Plan to spend the entire day at "It's so great to be able to provide this
Hoggetowne. There is so much to see and experience to children who learn about
do; you'll be entertained the whole time," medieval studies in their schools," Piper FA R
Piper said. "People wait all year for this said. "They get a chance to actually come
highly anticipated event." to the faire and experience it."
Hoggetowne is fun for the whole fami- The Hoggetowne Medieval Faire is
ly with fabulous entertainment, featuring produced by the City of Gainesville's De-
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Cheer Battling Knights.
Birds of Prey and Human Chess
Games. Visit the marketplace
where artisans sell their wares.
Performances by magicians.
musicians and Jesters.

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352-334-ARTS
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parlmenllllL oi ras, ecre-
ation and Cultural Affairs.
On Saturdays and Sun-
days, Faire hours are from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on
Friday's School Day, Jan.
30, the Faire will open at
9:30 a.m. and close at 3 p.m.
Tickets are half-price. Ad-
mission on Saturdays and
Sundays is $12 for adults,
$6 for kids aged 5-17, free
admission for children 4
and under. Remember, no
pets are permitted. The
Alachua County Fair-
grounds is situated east of
Gainesville on 39th Avenue
and SR 121, adjacent to the
Gainesville Regional Air-
port. For more informa-
tion, please visit www.gvl-
culturalaffairs.org or call
(352) 334-ARTS.


Christmas with physicians,
board members, employees,
their families and friends.
Jessica Pickles was especial-
ly entertaining as she sang
holiday favorites ranging
from country to rock to
gospel. Cathy Ceci's
talented son,
who came
from m
Talla-
hassee
to make
this
very spe-
cial evening,
joined Jessi-
ca and Jenny
Andrews, Kay Harris and
Cheree Platt pitched in as
well.
"How we appreciate all
of you!" 'Howerton added.
Additional lovely decora-.
tions of, pine, beautiful
Christmas-plaid ribbons
and huge pinecones from
the Ben and K:Ai rris'.
farm- trarlsformled the.
MCMH= dining room to a
"Christmasy" showcase.
S"The, doctors mean so
muchto s" Howerton ent
on, to 'say 'Thank you Dr.
Bibb, 1or :heading this up!


We also send our tremen-
dous thanks to Dr. Michael
Stick, Dr. Julie Schlinder, Dr.
John Seascholtz, Dr. Brett
Perkins, Dr. Paul Hart, Dr.
Filemon Patacxil and Drs.
Linda and Adolfo Du-
lay who participated in
this very thoughtful
celebration; your kind
expression of
grati-
tude
to all
our wonderful em-
ployees is greatly appreci-
ated by everyone at MCMH.
You all are very caring,
and we appreciate your ex-
treme generosity!"
Hospital leadership
also sent out a huge
"thank you" to all MCMH
friends and volunteers
who make hospital cele-
brations the very best by
extending; helping hands
and beautiful decorations
each time celebrations and
Special occasions arise.;
"Our community is the
greatest! We:greatly appre-
ciate you all!"
Michael Curtis :an be
reached atmichael@greene
publisiing.com.


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By Kristin Finney
"May the words of my mouth and the meditation of
my heart be pleasing in your sight, 0 Lord my Rock, and ",
my Redeemer!"
The gift of Christ's love continues to show brightly
in our services. And what better way to celebrate the
love of Christ than to sing His praise? We had the privi-
lege to host, live in concert, Three Bridges. Elliot McCoy,
Eddy Bolton and Christian Johnson shared with our
congregation, not only their beautiful gift of song, but
also their personal testimonies. We thank them for com-
ing again to Madison First Baptist! They are a true
blessing in God's sight.
Upcoming events at our church are as follows: Fri-
day, Jan. 16, MFB youth group will be attending the
"Winter Jam 2009." If you are interested, please contact
Elias Paulk. The cost is $10 at the door. Children's choirs
will begin on Jan. 18 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. The practices
will be held on Sunday evenings in the choir room. Also
that day, we will hold our quarterly business meeting at
6 p.m. Also, if you are interested in placing flowers in
the church in memory or in honor of someone special
please contact Cindy Brown.
r :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.; and Wednes-
day evening services begin at 6 p.m. for both the adults
and youth and lasts until 8 p.m.
Our prayers this week go to those facing turmoil in t
their lives. As many do, we may tend to focus on the bad
and unfortunate events we are facing and forget the
many blessings we have. "'For Iknow theplans Ihavefor t
you,' declares the Lord. 'Plans to prosper you and not to
harm you, plans to give you hope and afuture. "' The Lord t
has a plan set out for our lives. We just have to put our *
feet in motion with His plan. "The Lord himself goes be-
fore you and will be with you,; He will never leave you nor
forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged."
God bless'

Conventional

Wisdom Fails

Every Tiime
By James J 'Jackson "
On a recent TV show, a sociologist said that, since there .
is no "effective" manual for child rearing, we must rely on
"conventional wisdom" in child-rearing.
When I was young, parents taught kids life-sustaining
lessons and gave them a moral compass by which to live.
They instilled core values and gave boundaries to help kids
make sound life decisions. Honesty, integrity and the pur-
suit of excellence were expected. Keeping one's word, and
doing right, even when no one is looking was a consistent
lesson.
Youth were taught that rights come with responsibility,
and that taking.an oath was a very serious matter. Today, a
good reputation isn't considered as valuable as it once was.
Today, people who lie under oath and demonstrate self-de-
feating behavior are often viewed as icons. Kids were taught
that actions have consequences. Today conventional wis-
dom is to provide programs and excuses to help youth avoid
.consequences, which often prohibits the person from learn-
ing valuable lessons they could learn from facing the conse-
quences of their actions.
Conventional wisdom says that everyone has the right
to do as he or she pleases. When consequences arise, con-
ventional wisdom labels the person a "victim." Programs
like needle exchange and free condoms are offered to avoid
consequences and allow the person to continue in danger-
ous, self-defeating behaviors. Conventional wisdom believes
so-called "social promotion" of failing students protects
self-esteem, but experience shows that it only produces peo-
ple with a dead-end attitude and no basic job skills.
My parents warned us that illegal, dangerous behavior
would severely limit our ability to take care of ourselves,
and that we would have no one to blame but ourselves. They
promised they would not bail us out of the consequences of
our bad choices, and that bad life choices only lead to pover-
ty jail, poor health and even death, so we should choose
wisely We grew up drug free and crime free.
They used old sayings to help teach us, like "If at first
you don't succeed, try try again." Today, conventional wis-
dom tells us, "If your bad choices block your success, stop
trying, and you won't be held responsible. Instead of a little
'tough love,' here's a program."
Today's flawed "new morality" creates new concepts
like "situational ethics," which says that each person deter-
mines right and wrong for themselves: What's wrong for
you may not be wrong for me, there are no absolutes, and


..hter such nonsense. Anyone who promotes values andt
standards is considered "intolerant." Schools mistakenly
C c believe they can instill self-esteem in kids without self-con-
trol, self-respect, honesty or honor.
Every person inherently knows that it is wrong to par-
h. a. ticipate in self-defeating behaviors, or to fail to seek excel-
A.lence m school and in life. To do so results in failure, defeat
and the loss of a sense of self-worth, instead of the intend-
ed increase in self-esteem. By contrast, a child who tries
0: F m./ hard to master subjects, plays by the rules and treats others
properly does not need special treatment to bring about 1
good self-esteem. It is a by-product of hard work and
achievement.
Conventional wisdom operates from our failed human
perspective, which tells us that there is no effective manual
available for raising good children, enjoying happy mar-
riages and enjoying a fulfilled, happy life ... but there is. It's
called the Bible, and it tells us to "raise up a child in the way
M the Lod llyour he with love he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it." "
May the Lord fill your heart with love.tt
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Stimulus Package


Targets Housing


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A recent report re-
garding the $800 billion
U.S. stimulus package
proposed by the incom-
ing federal administra-
tion has targeted several
priorities, including rec-
ommendations to invest
in infrastructure pro-
jects, help states pay for
Medicaid, cut taxes on
the middle class and ex-
pand the use of renew-
able energy
Although this list is
not exhaustive, some
lawmakers have com-
plained that more funds
need to target the hous-
ing market, especially
foreclosure aid. Locally,
Madison County is not
particularly high in fore-
closures, as the commu-
nity has -very few
$500,000 mortgages. How-
ever, the ripple effect
through the economy
from those who do have
these enormous obliga-
tions has a profound ef-
fect on everybody, so get-
ting it fixed is an issue
for the county and all of
America.
The lawmakers that
are demanding more be
done are aiming their
sights both at the $700
billion financial rescue
Package known as the
Troubled Assets Relief
Program and at the $800
billion stimulus proposal
noted above. -Treasury
Secretary nominee Tim-
othy Geithner is working


on plans to revamp the
way TARP is used to
make foreclosure preven-
tion a bigger priority.
Congress, also, has made
it known that it likely
won't release any- more
TARP funds until some
of the money ..is ear-
marked for housing.
For his part, Presi-
dent-elect Obama has
been shy on details but
has said that within a
month or two he would
unveil "a sweeping ef-
fort to address the fore-
closure crisis so that we
can keep responsible
families in their homes."
Meanwhile, Senate
Budget Chairman Kent
Conrad (D-N.D.), on
Wednesday, also stated it
would be a mistake to
pass a stimulus bill with-
out .directly tackling
the housing crisis.
"The housing mar-
ket is 16 percent of
the economy," Con-
rad ,said. "To
think that we
are going to
have a pack-
age of eco-
nomic re-
covery that
does not ad-
dress housing ade-
quately, I think, would
miss the boat."
House Financial Ser-
vices Chair Barney
Frank (D-Mass.) is spon-
soring a bill that imposes
conditions on the use of
more TARP money and,
in a men4,o,,;t oeaguges,


this week, called for
"substantial efforts" be
made to reduce foreclo-
sures. Frank said his bill
will call for $40 billion
or $50 billion from
TARP funds to be
used for foreclo-
sure mitiga-
tion. And
he's call-
ing on
the


Treasury to implement a
plan by April 1.
The bill will likely be
a version of the plan pre-
viously proposed by
FDIC Chair Sheila Bair
that would systematical-
ly modify loans and pro-
;vide :a government guar-,


antee to protect investors
in the event a homeown-
er re-defaults after the
loan has been modified.
The plan will also re-
S duce the costs and
writedown re-
quirements for
h lenders and
borrowers
Ii of the


"Hope for Homeowners"
program, which began in
October, but has helped
virtually no one.
HOpe for Homeown-
ers offers full govern-
,ment backing for lenders
that agree to write down
Sa mortgage to below a
home's- appraised value.
But the loss to lenders
can be greater than that
reduction because many
troubled homeowners
owe more on their home
than its current market
value. So as the law was
initially passed, lenders
in many cases would
have to lock in a sizeable
loss. "We wrote it too re-
strictively ... We'll make
it more user-friendly,"
Frank went on to say.
The plan is also ad-
dressing bankruptcy re-
form regarding foreclo-
sures, proposing that
bankruptcy judges be al-
lowed to write down the
primary mortgages of
homeowners filing for
bankruptcy. The banking
industry's willingness to
support the proposal is
based on the condition
that the changes only ap-
ply to existing mortgages
and that homeowners fil-
ing for bankruptcy noti-


fy their lenders at least
10 days prior to give
them a chance to modify
the mortgage. Other
lenders and housing in-
dustry interests-includ-
ing the powerful Nation-
al Association of Home
Builders-have also
started to lower their re-
sistance to so-called
bankruptcy cramdowns.
The long-held argument
against cramdowns is
that they would cause
rates to rise because
mortgage securities in-
vestors would demand a
higher interest rate to
compensate for the risk
that a judge could
rewrite mortgage con-
tracts on terms disad-
vantageous to the in-
vestor.
The proposal will
also include tax
breaks to home-
buyers. Home
Builders has
been pushing
for all home-
buyers to get a
temporary tax
credit for
buying a
primary
residence
worth up to
,10 percent of
the purchase price. A tax
credit is a dollar-for-dol-
lar reduction of one's tax
liability Currently, only
first-time buyers may get
a temporary, tax credit
worth up to $7,500 for a
limited period of time.
But that credit functions
more as an interest-free
loan from the governem-


nt because the home buy-
er has to repay it over
time.
Lastly, the National
Association of Realtors,
among others, has
pushed for the Treasury
Department to take a
more active role in dri-
ving mortgage rates
down by buying securi-
ties backed by 30-year
fixed-rate mortgages
from the recently re-
structured Fannie Mae
and Freddie Mac.
Frank has suggested
that in order to use
TARP funds, the Trea-
sury must commit to us-
ing some money to "stim-
ulate demand for home
purchases'-including
through ensuring the
availability of affordable
mortgage rates for quali-
fied home buyers."
A plan currently in
place at the Federal Re-
serve has already had
the effect of lowering 30-
year fixed rates to record
lows. Effectively, the Fed
is buying up to $500 bil-
lion in mortgage-backed
securities backed by Fan-
nie and Freddie, a move
that bolstered confidence
in the mortgage giants'
ability to cQntinue to buy
and back loans in the sec-
ondary market.
Another idea that has
been floated recently is
to use stimulus money to
buy down points on
home buyers' mortgages
totlower interest rates.
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By Fran Hunt
Specialfrom the Monticel-
lo News
The Aucilla Christian
Academy middle school
girls basketball team re-
mained undefeated when
they downed Maclay 15-12,
Friday, Jan. 9.
Brooke Kinsley was
first to score, putting 2 on
the board. The Lady War-
riors held Maclay score-
less in the first quarter
while putting up 5 points.
Momentum shifted as
the Maclay Marauders
scored 4 in the second
quarter and kept Aucilla
from scoring. The third
quarter brought 2 more
points for Aucilla, while
Maclay scored 0.
Maclay would not go
down without a fight, scor-
ing 7 in the fourth to Au-
cilla's 4 and forcing over-
time for the second time in
a week.
In overtime, the young
Lady Warriors scored 4 to
Maclay's 1.
"Obviously, when a
competition is decided in


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The Aucilla Middle School girls basketball team remains undefeated. They play
their final season game tonight against Brookwood in Thomasville, Ga.


overtime, the game is ex-
citing," said Coach Der-
rick Burrus. "When the
same teams do that twice-
in a week, you know they


are well- matched and:
evenly talented."
Brooke Kinsley scored
4 points, made 9 steals and
5 rebounds; Michaela Met-


calfe scored 4 points and
had 5 rebounds; Ashli
Cline scored 3 points; and
Brooke Kinsey and Pamela
Watt each scored 2 points.


By Michael Curtis .
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Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H. Bronson advises resi-
dentsthat below-average rainfall for the last four to
five months has significantly increased the state's
wildfire risk, although Madison County remains at
a "moderate" warning level, per the. Smokey Bear
ign standing along SR 53 at the forestry station.
Statewide, the torrential rain associated with
Ttopical Storm Fay last summer has been all but
offst by the recent drought. In fact, the Keetch-
Byram Drought Index, which.measures available
sil moisture and runs from 0 (saturated) to 8001
(desert-like), currently stands at 511-more that
double the normal drought index for this time
year. Again, this is an overall average, but consider
ing the transient nature of Floridians in general
all should operate outdoors with fire caution.
"We are asking both residents and visitors alike
to be careful with all outdoor burning and camping
fires, and to check with their local officials to de-
termine if there is a burn ban in effect in their
aBronson said.
During 2008, there were 2,894 wildfires that
|burnednearly 106,000 acres in Florida. To minimize
the ldfire risk, Bronson is asking residents aid
visi rs to do their part, including:
S ver leave any fire unattended.
lear an area to bare soil for campfires, and be
sur ey are put out before you leave.
Sort any:suspicious fire by calling 911.
Sonot burn yard waste during dry, windy cn-


not toss cigarettes or other lighted mi
)f car windows.
not park motor vehicles or equipment
re the hot catalytic converter could i
aves or debris.
dents are further urged to protect
rbm fires by clearing leaves and pine
in the roof and gutters, removing dead
trom around the home, and trimming
s within 15 feet of a chimney.
|son County Forest Area Supervisor E
added a few common-sense suggest
:e anyone performing a burn to always
~ fire and also make sure no burning 1
'ter dark. There are no fires allowed'
ilso want to add that the KVDI index r,
ne of the measures we use to determine
is it is concerned with soil. The water
s another key measure we use, is curri


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By Eddie Richie
Head Coach, MCHS Varsity
and Junior Varsity Boys
Varsity
Madison 67
Hamilton 57
Record 8-6 (2-2)
The Madison County
High School varsity boys
basketball team played the
Hamilton County High
School Fighting Trojans
Saturday, Jan. 12. The
competition resulted in a
huge, win for the varsity
Cowboys.
Fresh off a tough road.
district loss to Florida
High on the previous
Tuesday, the boys bounced
back with a district win on
the road Saturday
Hamilton is always a
tough place to play and
this was no exception.
Hamilton started off up 11
points during the first
quarter. Madison battled
all the way back with
tough defense and effi-
cient team offense to win
by 10. Madison also did a
great job rebounding in
the second half and not
turning the ball over. The
Cowboys only had nine
turnovers the whole
game, and their defense
forced 30 turnovers by
Hamilton.


Madison now has to
wait and see how the
games go between Florida
High, Hamilton and Tay-
lor to see how they fit in
the district. Florida High
is 3-1, Hamilton is 2-1,
Madison is 2-2 and Taylor
is 0-3 in the district.
Madison's varsity boys
have another district
game tonight against Tay-
lor County at Madison
Central. In their last bat-
tle, Madison snuck out
with a 86-77 double OT vic-
tory Following the Taylor
game, Madison plays
Hamilton again Jan. 23 at
Madison Central.
Top Stats:
DeAngelo Tucker: 15
points, 6 rebounds, 4
steals, 4 assists, 0
turnovers
Mar'Terrius Mc-
Daniel: 17 points, 1 re-
bound, 1 .assists, 0


turnovers
Solomon Griffin: 8
points, 10 rebounds, 2
blocks
Jacobbi McDaniel: 8
points, 8 rebounds
Jermaine Hart: 10
points, 5 steals
Junior Varsity
Madison 57
Hamilton 58
Record 7-4
The Jan. 12 Madison.
County junior -varsity
game versus Hamilton
County was the second
heart breaking loss in a
row for the JV Cowboys.
It was a tale of 'two
quarters. After being tied
at halftime, the JV Cow-
boys out scored Hamilton
20-12 in the third. Only in
the fourth quarter, Hamil-
ton outscored Madison 20-
11. Madison fell asleep on
defense time and time
again to allow four fourth


quarter three pointers.
Hamilton had eight three
pointers for the game.
The Cowboys had the
ball with 5.7 seconds left.
They did exactly as the
play was drawn up and got
the foul called, but the refs
called a traveling violation-
first. This is a tough way
to end a game, but Madi-
son knows they should
have held onto the lead in
the first place.
This will be racked up
as another learning expe-
rience. Hopefully, the JV
will bounce back after los-
ing two in a row for the
first time all year.
Points:
Terry Morris: 18
Stephen Watts: 13
Kelvin Bellamy: 9
Archie Wilson: 6
Demarcus Norton: 4
Charles Brown: 4
Laterrian McDaniel: 3


Junior Varsity Cowgirls Beat Lady Trojans


By Tamika Brown
MCHS JV Girls Basket-
ball Coach
Madison 30
Hamilton 26
The Madison County
High School JV girls bas-
ketball team faced -the


Hamilton County Lady
Trojans on Saturday, Jan.
12.
The score at the end of
the first was 6-9. The Cow-
girls scored 14 points in
the second quarter, which
put them up by one at the
half.
The team worked well
together on the floor to
put up higher numbers
this game. They have been
averaging about 20 points
a game, so the girls really


pushed themselves to in-
crease the score.
At the end of the
third, the score was 25-23.
The girls picked up their
defense to hold the Lady
Trojans to a 4-point victo-
ry. Go, Cowgirls!
Tonight, all four Madi-
son County basketball
teams will play at Madi-
son. County Central
School against Taylor
County. Let's "pack the
gym."


Top Stats:
Bri Davis #21: 6
points, 3 rebounds, shoot-
ing 33% from the free-
throw line, 1/3
Abby Blanton #12: 8
points, 3 rebounds, 1 as-
sist
Jawonda Boynton #25:
9 points, 3 rebounds,
shooting 33% from the
free-throw line, 5/15
Canissia Griffin #30: 7
points, 5 rebounds, shoot-
ing 17%. from the free-


throw line, 1/6
Reiva Copeland #22: 2
rebounds, 1 assist
Jessica Clark #14:
played in the fourth quar-
ter
Hannah Morris #20:
played in all 4 quarters, 1
rebound
Thought from Coach
Brown: "If you can't learn
from your loss, you don't
deserve the win, because
you will never fully appre-
ciate how it feels."


Varsity Cowgirls Lose In Overtime To Lady Trojans


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By Tanika Brown
MCHS JV Girls Basketball
Coach
Madison 45
Hamilton 48
The Madison County
High School varsity Cow-
girls lost to the Hamilton
High Lady Trojans 45-48 in
.overtime on Saturday, Jan.
12.
The top scorer of the
game was guard Myeshia
Tucker, with 18 points. The
Cowgirls had to put pres-
sure on the Lady Trojans
shooting guards-C.
Gravey #3, with 21 points,
and K. Brown #15-to stay
in the game.


Man-to-man defense
helped the Cowgirls stabi-
lize the game and get in the
paint to score down low
and draw the fouls. The
Cowgirls had three team
fouls against the Lady Tro-
jans' nine team fouls.
First quarter-Madi-
son 7, Jasper 11. Second
quarter-Madison 21,
Jasper 22. Third quarter,
Madison 30, Jasper 32.
In the fourth quarter,
the Cowgirls outscored the
Lady Trojans 8-6 points,
putting the game into over-
time with a score of 38-38.
Jennifer Hopkins, Myeshia
Tucker and Chante Gra-


ham all scored, but were
notable to capture the win.
Madison appreciates
all the support. Go, Cow-
girls!
Points:
Jennifer Hopkins #24:
10 points
Brooke Bezick #21: 6
points


Jeanine Walker #30:
2 points
Quanesha Arnold #22:
2 points
SMyeshia Tucker #11:18
points
Chante Graham #14: 5
points
Jesicca Williams:, 2
points


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By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"The true meaning of
life is to plant trees under
whose shade you do not ex-
pect to sit." -Nelson Hen-
derson.
Though nationally cel-
ebrated most often in
April, Arbor Day is cele-
brated state to state in ac-
cordance to the best times
to plant regionally. In
Florida, Arbor Day tradi-
tionally falls on the third


Friday in Janpary, mak-
ing it the 16th this year.
This year's theme of
"Nurture the Earth" also
includes the idea of "Fo-
cus on Florida," and what
better way to focus on
Florida than to plant a na-,
tive tree for Arbor Day?
"There are many na-
tive trees that can be
planted in honor of 'Focus
on Florida,'" stated Wally
Davis, owner of Farmer's
Supply, located on Range


St. in downtown Madison.
Davis, who is the Madison
Garden Club's newest
member and a "walking
encyclopedia of .botany,"
according to all that have'
been privileged enough to
receive his green thumbed
wisdom, sees a continual
supply of these native
trees arrive at his store
just in time for planting.
Some of the trees.that
can be planted within this
theme, are "River Birch,


Dogwoods, and any fruit
tree; Sable Palm's the
State tree; Dahoon Holly
arid Gallberry," lists
Davis, "Buttonbush,
Fringetree, Hawthorn and
Titi; Loblolly Bay and
Ashes; White, Pop and
Green; Silverbells do well,
as do Hickories, American
Hornbeam, Star Anise,
Southern Red. Cedar,
Maple and Buckeye, also
both red."
Jumping in with a


love for turning soil, the
Madison Garden Club is
also looking forward to
upcoming events that
keep in theme with Madi-
son's idea to go green na-
tively. Always accepting
new members, these club-
bers dig in with both
hands and have a history
of growing inside the
community. Always there
to lend a thumb, anyone
interested in becoming a


member can contact Dolly
Ballard, president of the
Garden Club's local divi-
sion.
This year, celebrate
Arbor Day the native way
and go green while focus-
ing here on Florida. Plant
a tree and watch green
grow!
Staff writer Tyrra B
Meserve can be reached at
tyrra@greenepublishing
.com.


How To Be A Johnny Arbor Tree


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"He who plants a tree, plants a
hope." -Lucy Larcom, "Plant A
Tree"
On a barren Nebraska plain in
1854, among the many pioneers mov-
ing west, there was a man by the
name of; J: Sterling Morton. Morton
and his wife moved from Detroit
into the open frontier and missed
their trees. Nature lovers both, it
would be years later that this jour-
nalist turned politician would dedi-
cate a day to commemorate his
beloved greenery That day would
later become known and celebrated
across the nation in schools and
yards abounding-the day known as
Arbor Day
Celebrated on the last Friday in
April, Arbor Day has its roots going
back to 1872. It was then that, in Ne-
braska, Morton founded the notion
of putting a little green into an oth-
erwise treeless horizon. Morton de-
cided the plains of Nebraska, once
devoid of trees, could use a little


The City of Madison is
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of our community who
work in the
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planting. Boosting confidence in the
project, the first Arbor Day in 1872
saw an estimated one million trees
planted. From there, the day grew
until it became a national holiday
celebrated across the United States.
"Crape myrtles are a
good summer tree and
perfect for Florida land-
scapes," said Robert
Grove of Fraleigh Nurs-
ery. "They are pretty
easy to grow, aggressive,
and don i .ed.a lot of. .;
TLC. Even better,
they're pretty disease
free, other than a few
problems with aphids and black city
mold, but even then they can be
sprayed. Crape myrtles make a great
summer tree with exfoliating bark
so you can see the different colors in
the trunk. The flowers are bright
and come in purples, pinks, reds and
white, and they brighten up any
landscape."
Celebrating their 137th annual
Arbor Day this year, the Arbor Day


Foundation would like to give five
free trees as thanks for becoming a
member. Any Florida resident who
becomes a member of the Arbor Day
Foundation in the month of Janu-
ary will receive five Crape myrtles
shipped directly to them in
the perfect time for planting.
As an added bonus, the trees
are guaranteed to grow, for if
for any reason these six-to-
twelve-inch trees do not
prosper, the Arbor Day foun-
datiin is preparedJt replace
them free of charge.
To take part in the plant
across Florida campaign, or
for those who just dig crape myrtles,
send a $10 membership contribution
to Five Crape Myrtles, Arbor Day
Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebras-
ka City, NE 68410, by Jan. 31, 2009.
Brighten the landscape by giving
back a tree to Earth, and watch how
it can grow into more.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can
be reached at tyrra@greenepublish-
ing.com.


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teresting man. Born in Lexington, Ky, on
April 1, 1805, he conducted medical re-
search that might make you think that he
was a quack.
For example, he hung a deceased body
in a cave that he owned. This doesn't neces-
sarily mean that Dr. McDowell was a quack,
though, as he was performing experiments
on the body in his efforts to preserve her
body The body, which hung in an alcohol-
filled vat above the cave floor, was that of
his deceased 14-year-old daughter.
Some of the people who knew Dr. Mc-
Dowell thought he was "insane" and "mad."
Maybe the fact that he was born on April
Fools Day had something to do with this.
Nevertheless, he was known as a fine doctor.
McDowell left Kentucky and moved to
St. Louis in 1840, where he founded the first
medical school in the state. He was a south-
S ern sympathizer during the Civil War, as he
was in favor of both slavery and of seces-
sion from the Union. He bought 1,400 mus-
kets and three cannons in the 1850s and set
them up to protect his medical school build-
ing.


was illegal in those days. He and his med-
ical students resorted to grave robbing as a
way of obtaining those bodies, all in the
name of medical research. His history of
grave robbing might have been one of the
reasons why people thought he was a little
crazy Another reason might have been the
fact that he kept a bear for a pet; the bear
was once used to scare away an angry mob
of protesters.
In one instance, Dr. McDowell was ac-
cused of murdering a woman in order to
use her corpse for dissection purposes.
When yet another angry mob began to as-
sault his building, he scared the crowd
away by loading a cannon and aiming it at
them.


daver to a medical school. He visited the
same cave just south of Hannibal that Dr.
McDowell owned, which was known in
Mark Twain's book as "McDougall's. Cave."
This sounds very similar to "McDowell's
Cave."
Was the real-life doctor's resemblance
to the fictional doctor just a coincidence?
Or was the fictional Dr. Robinson based on
the real life of Dr. McDowell?
While there's no proof
that Twain's fictional Dr. Le
Robinson was based on the Leaers
life of the real-life Dr. Mc-
Dowell, there's no denying
the similarities between the


lives of the real-life doctor and the fictional
one.
Dr. McDowell's medical school was lat-
er seized at the beginning of the Civil War,
and he then moved to Memphis. He re-
turned to St. Louis after the Civil War and
continued to practice medicine there until
his death in 1868. His medical school even-
tually became Washington University's
medical school in St. Louis.


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accessible apts. Rental assistance
may be available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-3056.
TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW
Greenville Pointe Trail,
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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
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Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1BR ($409.)
2BR ($435.) Subsidy available
at times. HUD vouchers accepted
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404 SW Sumatra Rd, Madison
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1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed for
low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833 ext. 485
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House for Rent
2Bed/1 Bth. Great neighborhood.
Within city limits. $500mth. 1st
andlast mths rent due. Security
| deposit required.i
673-9425
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 or 617-4 37-1905
cc/rtn
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
10/17- rtn
DOWNTOWN APARTMENT
FOR RENT, NEWLY
RENOVATED 1BR, 1 BATH
$450.00 MO.
567-1523.
12/19-rtn
SPrivate, quite, furnished, one BR
Mobile home for one person.
Direct TV, neartown, $350.00
plus Electricity
850-973-4030
rtn/cc
For Rent:
4 Bedroom 2 Bath house with a
built in office, beautifully remod-
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
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4 BR'Doublewide Mobile Home
in Lee. $550.00 month, plus
deposit. 973-2353
rtn
2 BR 1 bath Singlewide Mobile
Home in Cherry Lake Area.
$350.00 month, plus deposit
973-2353
rtn
Haywood Reilty
352-369-0900
FOR SALE
30 Acres with septic and (2) 4"
wells Fenced and. Cross Fenced
also with Pond. Approx 25 acres
in posture with bahaya grass
and a beautiful 5 acre homsite
with canopy entrance to
property. Excellent location just
5 miles north of Madison on
Rocky Ford Road..Asking
$8,000.00 per acre. Call
Associate Pamela Hood
850-673-6409
10/8-rtn


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.
access, DWMH and houses al-
lowed, $49,500, $5,000 down,
$459/mo

25 Acres on Hwy 90, Lee,
$112,500 ($4,500/ac)

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116
12/24-rtn
For Sale 3 Bed/ 2 Bth w. A.C. on
1/2 Acre in Lee. Only $599mth.
Call Will for more info at
850-253-8001
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in Madison Count
for only $649 per m
Call to be pre-appro'
850-253-8001

Land Owners- with good
credit!!! You can own
home with $0 dow
Call Will at 850-253-8

FSBO- 3 Bed, 1.5 Bth,
1500 sqft, built in 1994,
upgrades, Cherry Lake
$98,500.
850-464-1368





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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 or
short or long term lease.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141
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Downtown Office/ Reta
for rent. 700 to 1,400
567-1523


HOME BUYERS.. GUARAN-
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386-719-0044

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
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MAKE OFFER 386-365-5129
LYNN SWEAT
FIRST TIME HOME BUYER
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$49,900.00 CALL 386-288-4560
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386-719-0044
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386-623-4218
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386-623-4218


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386-288-0964
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THROWING AWAY ON RENT.
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For Sale
FISH FOR STOCKING YOUR
POND OR LAKE
Coppernose bluegill, shellcracker,
channel catfish, mosquitofish, and
grass carp.
Call:850-547-221
1/14. 1/16
FOR SALE
4-seater Hot Tub
Blue Marble Design
$500 CASH ONLY FIRM


1


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Sql ft.

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Are you highly motivated?
Are you a self starter? Do
you posses a strong desire to
succeed? If you answered
yes to any of the above
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We are currently accepting
applications for Managers in
the Madison area. Interested
appllicants please call Ms.
Kim @ 352-494-7551

Johnson & Johnson, Inc. seeks a
qualified, self-motivated individ-
ual who is willing to grow with the
company. Must be a high school
graduate and have office experi-
ence. Proficient computer skills
required. Must have experience
with Windows, MS Word, Excel
and knowledge of general office
equipment. Retail and barcode
scanning experience are a plus.
Pay commensurate with experi-
ence; we have 401 (k), health ben-
efits, paid holidays, vacation and
sick leave. Resumes may be faxed
to 850-973-3702.
Part-time Southern Gospel Trio
has position open for a male tenor
or baritone' or a female alto.
Please call for audition. Must be
ministry minded and interested in
perfoming on weekends. Audi-
tions start immediately. For ore
information call 850-464-0114 or
904-472-7865.
1/14-rtn (nc)
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS
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24hrs/dyday, 7days/week

Charming residential communi-
ty on the Suwannee River


LPN (GPsITeicome)
FT/PT/long-term care setting; un-
restricted license required.

SCNA
FT/PT/long-term care setting;
Florida cirtification required.

ACCOUNTING A/R CLERK
FT position, HSD or equivalent re-
quired; prior experience in insur-
ance billing and coding, PC opera-
tions with MS applications. includ-
ing word processor, spreadsheet,
and database required. Must be de-
tail oriented.

FOOD SERVICE STAFF
PT/FT in various settings includ-
ing summer seasonal, institution-
al, and cafeteria. Prior experience
in institutional or cafeteria food
service a plus but not required.

WATER/ WASTEWATER
TREATMENT OPERATIONS
FT water/waste water treatment
operator; valid FL C water or
waste treatment cirtification re-
quired; dual cirtification strongly
preferred. Experience in all aspects
of water/ wastewater & distribu-
tion/collection systems required,


Excellent benefits package and
competitive wages. Apply in per-
son at Personnel Office Monday
through Friday from 9:00a.m. until
4:00 p.m., or fax resume/creden-
tials to 386-658-5160. EOE/Drug-
Free Workplace/ Crimainal Back-
ground checks required.





1994 Chevrolet Extended Cab V6
For Sale. 20mpg. Everything Works. 850-
929-4823
1/14-1/16
1987 Ford Bronco for Sale. Super
hot engine! 58k original miles.
Auto trans. Differentials don't
leak. 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





BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004.
IF NO ANSWER, PLEASE
LEAVE NAME, TELEPHONE
NUMBER AND INFORMATION
ABOUT THE MILL.


CARPET REPAIR


Re-Stretching, Patching,
Seam Repair, Burber Pulls,
Burs, Water Damage, etc.

Don't waste money to buy new
carpet if you don't have to....
Call 850-879-0120
or
850-973-2003
for a FREE estimate!

DUNN'S
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts

g50-973-4723
2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340

ANTYHING LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD

Backhoe Cat 526B
Work Available
$45 per hr. Experienced Opera-
tor. 8ft. Bush-hog work available.

I build decks, sheds, exterior
carpentry work
Call 850-242-9342
ask for Bob
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CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES
The City of Madison, Florida, hereby requests proposals from qualified individuals or
firms to provide professional engineering services under a "continuing contract", as such
term is defined in Section 287.055(2)(g), Florida Statutes. The City desires to establish a
continuing contract with one or more firms. The continuing contract(s) negotiated as a re-
suit of this request will be non-exclusive and shall give the City the right, but not the oblig-
ation, to use any such firm(s) under continuing contract for any particular project or part
of a project. Award of a continuing contract does not guarantee that a firm will be em-
ployed on a regular basis nor does it guarantee a minimum number of tasks or minimum
compensation. The City may, from time to time, issue separate requests for proposals and
enter into separate contracts for the peiformahce of services which are similar or identical
to the services indicated in this request. All such actions shall be subject to the sole discre-
tion of the City. Specific detail regarding scope of work and information related to sub-
mitting proposals may be obtained by contacting: Harold Emrich, City Manager, (850)
973-5081, madisoncitymgr@embarqmail.com.
01/16/2009 and 01/23/2009

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2008-121-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTHY'L. BECKNER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of DOROTHY L. BECKNER, deceased, whose
date of death was June 9, 2008; is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Flori-
da
Probate Division; File Number 2008-121-CP; the names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and
who,
have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or
demands against the decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.'
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEIS January
16, 2009.


Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ Clay A. Schnitker
Clay A. Schnitker
Fla Bar No. 349143
Davis, Schnitker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.
33702
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-4186
01/16/2009 and 01/23/2009


Personal Representative:
/s/ Eulas L. Beckner, Jr.
Eulas L. Beckner, Jr.
7940 2nd Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ordinance, which title hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment by. the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County,
Florida, at a public hearing on January 21, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. o'as soon itereater s sthe
matter can be heard, in the Board Room, Courthouse Annex, located at 229 Southwest
Pinckney Street, Madison, Floridap Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any,
member of the public at the Office of the County Coordinator, Courthouse Annex, 229
Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours.
On the date, time and place first above mentioned, all-interested persons may appear and
be heard with respect to the ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE MADISON
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICA-
TION, CPA 08-3, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, TO AMEND THE
TEXT OF THE MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 1633161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING THE
TEXT OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AMENDING GOAL VIII
TO INCLUDE THE DEFINITION OF FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY, AMENDING OB,
JECT WE Vffi.1 TO ADD FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGET AND SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS. ADDING POLICY VIII.
1.4 CONCERNING THE ANNUAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING FACILI-
TIES TO ADDRESS ANY EXISTING OR PROJECTED DEFICIENCIES IN ADOPTED
LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS, AMENDING OBJECTIVE Vffi.4 TO ADD MAIN-
TAINING AN ANNUAL
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGETING PROCESS, AMENDING POLICY VHL4.1
TO ADD FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET, AND
AMENDING THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE'OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PRO-
VIDING'SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. 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.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public hear-
ing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to en-
sure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
01/16/2009

Board of County Commissioners
And,
Solid Waste and Recycling Department
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The Madison County Solid Waste and Recycling Department, through the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners hereby advertise notice for bid for the clearing ahd grubbing of a parcel!
of county owned property, soon to be the location of the 12th Solid Waste and Collection
Site in Madison County. The parcel of property is located approximately 5.3 miles from in-
terstate 10 following highway 14 South that doubles with highway 360 leading into Taylor
County, on the right side of highway 14. Traveling in a northern direction, the property is
located .03 tenths of a mile from the Mosely Hall Road turnoff (Highway 14 and 360 in-
tersection), on the left side of highway 14. Property boundary markers are in place. Inter-
ested parties may inquire at the office of the Property Appraiser for a map, identified as
Parcel #34-1S-08-0776-000-000. The Solid Waste and Recycling Department will accept
bids from interested parties until January 30, 2009.
All bids must reach the office of the County Coordinator no later than 5:00 PM on
January 30, 2009. All addressed envelopes must be labeled "Bid Information Enclosed."
Inquiries for further information may be satisfied by calling (850) 973-2611. Interested
parties may mail the bids or may hand carry them to the following address/addressees:
Board of County Commissioners
Madison County Courthouse Annex
Attention: Allen Cherry or Jerome Wyche
P.O. Box 237
Madison, FL 32341
116,


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