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Our 144th Year, Number 32p Friday, April 10, 2009


Our 144th Year, Number 32 Friday, April 10,2009


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Tea Party


Set Far


Jax iay


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Dozens of Madison
County residents gath-
ered at Shelby's Restau-
iant on April 6 to discuss
4n issue that thousands
_pore county residents
have on their minds: out
af control government
Spending. And, like the
American forefathers
who showed opposition
io the tyrannical stance
of taxation without rep-
resentation by dumping
tea into Boston harbor -
the Boston Tea Party -
residents of Madison
County are. invited and
urged to show their op-
position to recent mas-
sive government
spending and anticipat-
ed taxation by holding a

party

their
own'.
In previous protests.
on February 27. an esti-
mated 30.000 Americans
took to the street in 40-
plus cities across the
country in the first of
several nationwide "Tea
Party" protests. Since
then. protesters have
multiplied. sparking the
new nationwide tea par-
ty set for tax day 2009.
Sponsored in collab-
oration with other Na-
tional TEA (Taxed
Enough Already) Party
-Day participants see,
their Web site located at
wu.wu.leapartyday.comn -
everyone is, invited to
join the party on Tax-
Day, April 15, on the
Madison County Court-
house Lawn, from 5:30 to
7 p.m. Speaker and peti-
tions will be featured in:
order to send a message
to Washington that the
stimulus package is not
the will of the people
and that this is a govern-
ment, "of the people, by
the people and -for the
people," period!
7 Michael Curtis can
be reached at:
michael@greenepublishi
ng.com.


flooding

Continues


F ood and

Shelter

Available


Flooding in the county has caused many residents to be displaced. Some
have even lost their homes completely.


STravelers are urged
to call 511 or visit
www.FL5ll.com for real-
time information on traf-
fic conditions-
All residents and
travelers in north Flori-
da should be on alert for
rapidly changing condi-
tions due to high water
levels as a result of re-
cent rains in the region.
U.S. 90 at the Suwan-
nee River (Madison and
Suwannee County line)
was closed to all traffic
on Wednesday evening,
April 8. If the water lev-
els continue to rise, Inter-
state 10 (1-10) at the
Suwannee River could
also be closed as early as
Friday Highway 6 at the
Madison Hamilton line
was re-opened Thuisday
"We are asking all
residents and travelers in
north and north-central
Florida to pay close at-
tention to possible road
'closures .due to recent
rainfall," said Governor
Charlie Crist. "We are
ramping up state opera-
tions to respond to the af-
fected counties and
support local govern-
ments. We are also urg-
ing residents living near
the river to pay close at-
tention to media reports,
review their disaster
plans. and be prepared
for possible evacuation
orders."
The Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation,
(FDOT) is closely moni-
toring the rising water
levels along-, state roads
and .under bridges.
Many local roads are al-.
ready closed and traffic'
has been re-routed.
"Safety is our num-
ber one priority at the
Florida Department of
Transportation" said
FDOT Secretary
Stephanie Kopelousos.
"We have crews continu-


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impacted by the flood
conditions the S
Motorists are asked be su
o delay or avoid travel sure
through the impacted
rea until the conditions your
improve. To assist travel- terin
rs, FDOT and the Flori-.
a Highway Patrol snacl
FHP), are working to-
ether with the Georgia traffic
department of Trans- force
ortation (GDOT) and depei
he Georgia, State Patrol they
GSP) to monitor road curry
conditions. .
What to Expect and ,arou
Tow to Prepare.: faced
Highway speeds, I
ril be slower: please al- I
ow for extra travel time


each your destina-

Local roads near
uwannee River may
object to f'equentclo-
S. ,
Make sure to fuel
vehicle prior to en-
g the region.
Pack water and
ks for your family.
Obey all special
c signs and law en-
ment orders. Don't
nd on GPS devices as
are not updated with
ent road closures.
Remember, "Turn-
nd, Don't Drown" if
d with a flooded road.
Expect to see FDOT,
please see Flooding,
Page 4A


Volunteers Needed;


Organizations Ready

To Help Flood Victims

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc. ,
Ini the wake of flooding, several local organiza-
tions are extending helping hands to aid in feeding
and housing those who have been shut out of their
houses due to the flood.
Those trying to register for Federal Emergency
Management assistance should call (850) 973-3698.
in Lee. the Public Safety Building is open to
help people. Food, water and housing are. there but
the food must be consumed onsite and cannot be
taken from the building.
On Wednesday, April 8, Lee First Baptist
Church began serving hot, meals at noon to dis-
placed flood victims/and those who responded to the
flood victims. Meals may be eaten in or taken out.
The United Methodist Cooperative Ministries
Center stood by to help with.food vouchers, flood
buckets, health kits and clothes from the thrift
shop. Contact Linda Gaston at 929-4938 or contact
the Disaster Response Depot at 973-2295.
Consolidated Christian Ministries was also
ready to help with food, which is available with a re-
ferral from a church or a disaster relief organiza-
tion. Contact Joe McClung at 973-6208.
The Middle Florida Baptist Association needs
volunteers to help prepare and serve meals. Dona-
tions are also needed of both funds and/or food
items. To schedule a work time, make a donation or
to get more information, please call Gene Stokes at
(850) 971-5744.,, .


Madison County Bible Reading

Marathon Jo Begin Monday
The Second Annual Bible Reading Marathon,
sponsored by the Madison County Ministerial Asso-
ciation, will be held on April 13-17, Monday evening
through Friday morning, at the Gazebo, Four Free-
doms Park.,
The event will open with a time of worship and
reflection. Lou. Miller, Superintendent of Madison
County Schools, will be the speaker. This will begin
at 5:30 p.m., April 13, followed by the beginning of
the Bible reading at 6 p.m.
Interested persons who wish to participate in
the reading are encouraged to call one of the three
following numbers: 973-2547, 971-5585 or 973-6295,
giving a preferred 15-minute time, along with an al-
ternative time and date.
On Friday morning, April 17, there will be a
time of corporate celebration at 7 a.m., with Rev.
Sim Alexander, President of the. Ministerial Al-
liance, speaking. Breakfast will be served at this
-time, compliments of Jim Catron and Rep. Leonard
Bembry
The public is invited to share in this event.


Cherry Lake 'ire &-

Rescue nnounrces

faster 3oston *Butt Sale
Cherry Lake Fire & Rescue announces an East-
er Boston Butt Sale to be held at the Cherry Lake
Fire Station on Saturday, April 11, from 10 a.m. until
3p.m.
The price is $25 for each Boston butt, which will
be smoked and will weigh approximately eight to 10
pounds.
To order, please call (850) 929-2354 (fire station)
and leave your name, contact phone number and
.number of smoked Boston butts desired, or contact
any Cherry Lake Fire & Rescue member. The fire'de-
partment can also be reached at cifriembarqmail
.comn.


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Neighbors
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
When Russell Smith began re
the home inherited from his gra
Penny Pickles, he obviously reali
next to the Red Cow Bar in Lee. W
his fianc6, Charlotte Blackburn, d
ize and have now brought to the a
the Madison County Sheriff's. De
Florida Highway Patrol and no"
Town Council is that the owner
guests of the bar would flagrantly


........ state and local laws that govern its
The couple came to the Lee Tow
Russell Smith, whose home Is pictured in the background to the meeting of April 7 prepared wit
right, put a fence up between his home and a bar next to the home. and evidence, and while neither w


Fence In Red Cow
sive or rude about the whole affair, both were
justifiably upset based on the magnitude and
furbishing frequency of the inappropriate actions.
indmother, For instance, according to the couple,
zed it was and backed by photographs, the bar had cus-
hat he and tomers walking the grounds with open con-
iidn't real- tainers and drinking after hours. But
attention of perhaps the most alarming photos were
apartment, those of patrons men and women urinat-
w the Lee ing outside for all to see, including two minor
arship and children who reside next to the bar on the
abuse the other side.
use. Smith and the other adjacent neighbors
vn Council have recently placed fences along their prop-
:h statutes erty lines to prevent another flagrant viola-
vas aggres- Please See Red Cow, Page 4A


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11A Junior Auxiliary Week
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Friday, April 10, 2009


Volunteers, Law

Officers, Firefighters,

And Prayer Warriors
This has been an extra busy week for me, both at
the newspaper and in my personal life as I try to
help my co-workers and my family.
I had.planned to spend a busy, yet fun day at Lee
Day last Saturday, but life had other plans for my
family and myself. I had to take my brother to the
emergency room at Madison County Memorial Hos-
pital. He was admitted with a bad infection in his
foot. As I am writing this on Wednesday morning, he
is still in the hospital. I thank every one for the vis-
its that he has received and, especially for the
prayers for him.
Work has been extremely busy this week as the
rivers continue to rise and flooding continues. I am
thankful that I live far enough from the rivers not to
be threatened by the flooding but my heart aches for
those who have lost homes and furnishings. I also
want to extend my deepest sympathies to the family
and friends of J.D. Waters. .
Our law officers, firefighters (volunteer and
paid), Red Cross personnel,' First Responders and
EMS personnel deserve a big thanks for their dedi-
cation to helping those in need. There have also been
others who have volunteered to help. I know that it
has not been easy but they have all done a great job.
Our prayer warriors, who may not have the abil-
ity or be able to find the time to help out with rescue
or relief efforts, but who can pray for everyone also
deserve a big'round of applause. Prayer changes
things and Jesus Christ, whom I serve, can do ex-
ceeding, abundantly above all that we think or ask
Him for. (Ephesians 3:20)


Happy Easter
It may be difficult to focus on Easter weekend
with all the flooding in and around Madison county.
My heart goes out to everyone who is experiencing
losses from the flooding on your property or in your
homes. Granted we did need the rain but we did not
need these flood waters. I'm sure many were pleased
to see and enjoy the brief beautiful weather we had
for the Lee Day Festivities on Saturday. The warm
sunny weather was short lived as we found our-
selves out covering plants before Tuesday and
Wednesday's freezing temperatures hit the area.
All the county's road closures due to flooding
seems to have trapped us in Madison county Getting
to Valdosta Tuesday afternoon to pick up the news-
papers from our printers was stressful. As it took me
an hour and fifteen minutes to get twenty minutes
from my home in Cherry Lake, as I was forced to
take the long roundabout way to get there, via Quit-
'man and Morven Georgia. I'm sure many other peo-
ple from Madison have gone through the same
trouble this week.
Even in this difficult time I would still like to
wish all my readers a very pleasant "Good Friday"
and a very "Happy Easter" on Sunday Let's all pray
for good weather.
See You Next Week!!


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Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper.


Refections Of Madison's


Waddy Thompson


Publisher
Emerald Greene

Editor
Jacob Bembry

Production Manger
Heather Bowen

Staff Writers
Michael Curtis and
Bryant Thigpen

Graphic Designers
Stephen Bochnia
and James Sutter
\
Advertising Sales
Representatives
Mary Ellen Greene,
Dorothy McKinney
and Jeanette Duif


Classified and
Legal Ads
S~acy Martin
, Deadline for classified
is Monda'y'ai 3 p.m.
Deadline for.
legal advertisements is
Wednesday at 5 p.m.
There will be a $3 charge
for affidavits.

Circulation
Department
Sheree Miller and
Bobbi Light

Subscription Rates:
In-County $30 :
Out-of-County $38
(State & local
taxes included)


Sir:
One of Madison's big plantation owners was a
former Congressman from South Carolina, Waddy
Thompson. He spent his time between Madison and
South Carolina.
s" Ave ehter Api-il.'Confederate History Month, it
is timely to consider this statesman's views.
In a letter of Feb. 12, 1866, to the New York Day-
book, Thompson said, "I did not doubt the right of a
State to secede from the Union. "He believed that the
states of New York and Rhode Island, and other
states, "expressly reserved (that right) in their) rat-
ifications" of the U.S. Island, and other states, "ex-


pressly reserved (that
right) in their) ratifica-
tions" of the U.S. Constitu-
tion and that this
"ensured to the benefit of
all (the) other States." This
was the most doctrine of
the Republican Party of
1798, (Kentucky Resolu-
tion) at the head of which
was Mr. (Thomas) Jeffer-
son, the greatest of Ameri-
can statesmen."
He says he "had fears
that this right would not be
concluded." '
"The two most poten-
tial pressures of the
North, the (N.Y) Tribune,
and (N.Y) Herald, had ad-
vocated the same (compro-
mise) opinion. I thought
that the stronger the array
presented by the South, the
greater would be the
chance of compromise."
Compromises not
made.
Senator Daniel Web- Phc
ster tried. He warned the Brittany Bezick, left
North! At Capon Springs, right, stand with a pho
Virginia, in 1851, Sen.,Web- son, which hangs In El
ster declared: '"A bargain brary.
(the Constitution) cannot
be broken on one side, and still bind the other side."
See: Curtis, George T. (Editor) Life of Daniel Webster
NY: D Appleton & Co. 1870 Vol. II, p. 519.
Even earlier, Benjamin Franklin tried to warn
the British. In a Committee of the Whole, of the
House of Commons, Franklin, while speaking on the
, Stamp Act, on 2/13/.1766, answered the following
question: Do you not think the people of America
would submit to pay the Stamp duty, if it was moder-
ated? Franklin's answer: "No, never, unless com-
pelled by force of arms...and then, sir, you will not
stem a revolution but will create one." See: Smith, Al-
bert H. (Editor) Writings of Benjamin Franklin NY:
Macmillan Co., 1907, Vol. IV p. 418.
And, so, no compromise! We had revolutionary
war, because the British couldn't see. And so we had a
War Between the States, as Webster said, the North
didn't care about the Constitution.


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to
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And as Madison's Waddy Thompson insisted, the
South in reliance upon the Constitution, pushed and
made their statement. It was Judge John C. McGehee,
of Madison, a signer of the original State Constitut
tion of 1845, and the President of the Convention, that
pulled Florida out of the Union, in 1886?1Aitr ffi'e-W ,
Thompson proclaimed that "the worst can be said in
that We maieL'a' i"ttak e '6i constitutional quesz
tion...that we were all taught, that paramount alle-
giance was due to the State in which we lived."
He described the "Freedmen's Bureau" as having
a primary "interest...to ferment discontent and in-
subordination," because the "continuance of theii
employment depends upon it."
In October 1865, he arrived
in Madison to check out person-
ally the results of the war as it
affected his plantation. He "told
the negroes that if they would
work for me three or fQur years,
I would pay them the highest
wages or give them a share of
the crop, and told them in that
time they could save money
enough to purchase mules;
cows, hogs, and plantation tools,
-nd that I would then divide m3}
land into small parcels and sell
to them on a credit of twenty
years. Not one accepted the o&
fer. They have all left my plant.a
tion their comfortable homes
gardens, poultry and are no,4
wandering about the country"
The former Congressman
blamed the Freedmen's Bureamu
"A recent article in the N.\
Tribune regards the cons-
quences of the expulsion of th
_negroes (effect of Bureau) as
ruinous beyond descriptiork
submitted by Nelson Pryor Will it be better to keep then
and Brooke Bezick, here was workers," the articlO
of Waddy Thomp- asks, "or as vagrants, non-prof
ier's Genealogy LI- ducers and paupers? The latter
must be their condition if the
present policy is pursued."
"My crop of 1860 was 150 bales. The present yeat
(1866) I do not calculate on 50 bales."
Can the commerce and currency of this country
stand this? He asks, "What are the forty millions of
specie from California to the two hundred millions oc
dollars of southern cotton, to say nothing of rice, to-
bacco and wheat?"
'"All this might have been avoided, even after sei
cession, by wisdom, justice, forbearance and concili.
ation. But a wild fanaticism and, sectional hatred
have ruled the hour."
Madison has had some historic heavy hitters,
and the Honorable Waddy Thompson certainly
should be given his due, the Confederate History
Month.
Respectfully,
Nelson A. Pryor
Lee, Florida
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Be Safe

With Those

SEaster Eggs
Easter is this weekend and that means many of
you will be dyeing eggs for decoration and egg
tunts. Each time you handle an egg, it.increases the
. ances of contact with bacteria, so it's important to
allow food safety guidelines and keep your Easter
ggs from ruining your holiday celebrations.
If you-are having an Easter egg hunt, it is best to
t~se plastic eggs and leave the real ones in the refrig-
7rator. There are many food safety issues with using.
real eggs; it just makes sense to opt for plastic. Real,
eggs should not be out of the refrigerator for longer
than two hours, and if you hide them outside there
is the issue of warmer temperatures and the prob-
lem of avoiding areas where they may come into
contact with pet, wild life, insects and lawn chemi-
cals. So, you can see why it makes better sense to
u se artificial eggs for outdoor activities.
a Whenever you are handling eggs, thoroughly
wash your hands each step of the way. Whether you
.re cooking, cooling or dyeing eggs -- wash your
lands. If you won't be coloring your eggs right after
cookingg them, store them in their original carton in
4he refrigerator. Inspect eggs for cracks before and
after coloring.' All cracked eggs need to be thrown
away If you use cooked eggs for a centerpiece or
other decoration, and know they will be at room
temperature for a day or two, discard them after use.
Ever wonder how to fix the perfect hard cooked
egg? According to the Egg Board, there is a correct
way to prepare hard cooked eggs, and it is not boil-
ing. If your eggs have a green ring around the yolk,
you have cooked them too long. Follow these simple
steps:
1. Place eggs in a single layer in a saucepan.
Add enough tap water to come at least 1 inch above
the eggs.
2. Cover. Quickly bring the water to a boil and
turn off the heat.
3. If necessary, remove the pan from thq burn-
er to prevent further boiling. For hard-cooked eggs,
let eggs stand covered in the hot water for 15 min-
utes for large, 12 minutes for medium and 18 min-
utes for extra large.
4. Immediately run cold water over eggs or
place them in ice water until completely cooled.
5. To remove the shell, crack it by tapping gen-
fly all over.
6. Roll the egg between your hands to loosen
the shell. ,
7. Peel, starting at the large end. Hold the egg
under running cold water or dip iii a bowl of water
to help ease the shell off.
For more information on food safety, contact the
Madison County Extension Service.
The University of Florida Extension Madison
County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Affir-
m ative Action Employer authorized to provide 're-
search, educational information: and other services
only to individuals and institutions that function
without regard to race,' color, sex, age, handicap or na-
tional origin. *


Lee Centennial


Was A Success!


Hip,
hip. hooray,
yee haw
and hulla-
baloo! Ex-
travaganza
par excel- ,hel
lence, a G
party ex-
t r a o r di -
naire, a
quintessential knockout!
Ordinary words just don't seem
to do justice to the party held at the-
Lee Town Hall Complex from dawn
till long after dark last Saturday.
Following a week of the most aw-
ful weather-rain falling in sheets,
terrible thunder, sharp swords of
lightning without surcease holding
the dark at bay Saturday dawned
bright, sunny and inviting, almost as
if to say, "I've been a bad girl. Please
come and let me make it up to you."
From an early morning yummy
breakfast of pancakes, sausages and
coffee at the Methodist Church
through the "fire in the sky" panora-
ma and the LVFD's Philly cheese
steaks and boiled peanuts as a huge
crowd enjoyed the fireworks over
Lake Brittany that night, the entire
day was one which lived up to the ex-
pectations of a once-in-one-hundred-
years event.
The Marine Band, the Shrinets
and the Ladies from Luraville were
highlights of the parade. The town
lobby was filled with lovely and var-
ied handicraft items. Kinsey Hall'
was beautifully arrayed, partly with
photos from the Treasures of Madi-
son County. Memory books and t-
shirts sold well. Both stages were
sporting decorations of .greenery,
courtesy of Superior Trees.' Vendors
of all kinds were well-supplied with
interesting merchandise. The food
vendors were so amply supplied that,
not as usual, they had lots left over.
The children were plentifully sup-
plied with everything to keep them


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happy, from
clowns, mag-
ic shows and
face painting
to Air Jump
Depot and
the enter-
tainment did
not strike
one sour
note. They


were all fabulous, from the Marine
Band's concert with the Mercy
Mountain Boys, Randy & the Honky
Tonks, and the Harold White Band -
the latter filled in for William Scott
and Silverado who were unavoidably
detained.
Words of praise are not enough
for our wonderful fire department
personnel. They were everywhere,
from parade line-up, traffic control,
safety and crowd control to their own
food booth, and in the evening, fire-
works safety and crowd control.
Much praise also to the hard-
working Centennial Committee, the
also deserving town hall staff, the
Mayor and Council and the wonder-
ful volunteers.
But for the icing on the cake,
great applause goes to Kin Johnson
and Marshall Beck for the beautiful-
ly done fireworks display, orchestrat-
ed by Marshall without one flaw but
made possible by Kin's kindness and
generosity to our town.
Another round of applause goes
to our good and generous sponsors
and to the very many who donated
smaller than sponsor amounts -- $25
to $200 and gift certificates. More
about those later as I ran out of time
to recon tact quite a lot who had
promised in 2008.
A special tribute goes to Sue Wat-
son of Archie's who fed (for free) 40
Marine Band members a delicious
complete fried chicken dinner com-
plete. And to the many made our big
day possible, a sincere thanks from
the bottom of my heart.


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The Geater Modison County Clambv of Commece & Touism
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FOOD VENDORS: Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chicken
Purlieu, Funnel Cakes and More!
Arts and Crafts Vendors, Rock Climbing Wall,
Kiddie Train Rides and More!


Friday, April 17th 5:30 p.m.
AFamily Fun Night
Announcement of the 2009 Four Freedoms Citizen of the Year
Becky's Dance Step Showcase Performance
Pet Contest, sponsored by Christy Killingsworth
Four Freedoms Family Ftn Night & Carnival 5:30pm 9:00pm
Dessert Bake Off Entries due 5:00pm Judging 6:00pm
iSpunsured'By Balis Base Strrtt FlonsU

Saturday, April 18th
FOr R OMS FESTIVAL
* 7:30 fl^^ Un -7:30 Registraton 8-00 Fun Run & 8 30 5K Run
at co aqtii-lnd sponsored by North Florida Community College
'OOL:A00 Freedoms Festival PARADE -
eTupb' i ^ l .a.m, behind O'Neal's Restadrant.
1ku. and Flower Show,
nsion, Range Street at Horry Avenue.
Dessert ak ftfting.'at Baii'spase Street Florist Veranda
11:00 a.m. Diaper Derby Sponsored by the Madison Junior Auxilary
Four Fireedoms Golf Tournament 973-6701
12:30 p.m. Madison Firefighter's Challenge
: Sponsored.by Madison Volunteer Fire Departments.
.1:30 p.m. Frog Hop, Sponsored by Tim Sanders and John Lewis
. 2:00 p.m. Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest
SSponsored by Browning & Sons, Inc & Capital City Bank


Madison County Chamber of
Commerce & Tourism
Contact info:
'177 S.W. Horry Avenue
Madison, FL 32340
Phone:(850) 973-2788
Fax:(850) 973-8864
Email: chamber@madisonfl.org


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Flooding

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FHP, GDOT and GSP personnel along area routes. All
motorists are advised to monitor their local media out-
lets for the latest information on weather conditions
and possible road closures.
For real-time information on traffic conditions call
511 or visit www.FL511.com before getting on the road.
For additional information please visit
www.FloridaDisasterorg.
All students, teachers and parents can find educa-
tional information and free downloadable materials at:
www.KidsGetAPlan.com.
And for the latest daily situation and flash reports
go to: www.YouTube.com/FloridaSERT

HAPPY 6T
BIRTHDAY
Tanashiya Emerie Jordan was
born on April 12, 2003, to the
Al. proud parents of Watanna Pickett
and the late Terence Jordan. Her
grandparents are Emma Pickett
and Kenneth Pickett and
Veronica Jordan and Tony
Robinson. Tanashiya has a little
sister, Amari Telyah Sears. Her
a _great-grandparents are Birda
Williams and the late George
Williams and Pearle Jordan Cooks. Her uncles are Derrick
and Marks Jordan. Godmother, Shaunta Oglesby.
Happy Birthday. Nay-Nay
Love. .
/lorn, Sister. Grandparents, Great-Grandparents.
Uncles and GoJmother.


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tion, that being cars parked well onto their
grounds. Additional complaints included reports of
gambling, improperly placed signage and public
nuisance. Again, Smith and Blackburn provided a
detailed list of statutes for officials to examine.
According to Smith, the owner has showed lit-
tle concern for any of the requests that were
raised, making no visible efforts to comply with the
law.
Lastly and the couple were going strictly by
direct, personal observation it appears that drug
use, namely marijuana smoking was occurring,
with small drug baggies left behind on the ground.


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4/1
Eric Chandler
Evans Writ of bodi-
ly attachment
4/2
Antonio Terrell
Bryant VOP (cir-
cuit).
Billy Joe Bass -
Perjury
Laquinton Jarrod
Dobson Driving
while license sus-
pended (knowingly)
4/3
Tyler Stephen Be-
dard Possession of
cannabis more than
20 grams, driving
while license sus-
pended
James Allen
Smith Possession of
cannabis more than
20 grams, possession
of drug parapherna-
lia
William Henry
Glover VOP (cir-
cuit)
Charles Curry
Smith Driving while
license suspended
4/4
Ashley Nicole
Flournoy Driving
while license sus-
pended
Stanley Leon
Brown Grand theft
James Edgar
Brown Battery
Chad Douglas
Branch- Out of coun-
ty warrant
John Derek Fras-
er Aggravated as-
sault, trespass after
warning


4/5
Sirjamez Antonio
Stevens Armed rob-
bery
Jermaine
LaCharles Ross Fail-
ure to appear for
charge of battery
Bernard Lashawn
Brinson Disorderly
conduct
Jeffrey Keith
Wheeler Driving
while license sus-
pended, improper tag,
VOP
4/6
Kevin Lamont
Aikens VOP (cir-
cuit)
S Kenneth James
Butler Possession of
a firearm by a con-
victed felon
Calvilisha Devon-
na Collins Battery
(domestic violence)
4/7
Adam Floyd
Welch Harboring a
fugitive, obstruction
of justice
Ashley Lynn Rit-
ter Out of county
warrant,
Tarron Jacobi Ad-
dison VOP (circuit)
Lashawn Alexis
Maxwell Possession
of marijuana less
than 20 grams
Kethenie Cezard -
Possession of mari-
juana less than 20
grams
Voderick Lamont
Johnson Failure to
appear for not having
a,,valid drivers' license


Happy Birthday,
Zy'maya Zy'rell Ward

2. 'r.,a Z, 'rell Ward ..ill lurn
one-.,ear-o.ld or April 16 She i"
the daughter io L~Shad.,a Lee and
ca'rr, I Ward Her qrandparenis are
Liricia Davis and De'ler Lee and \"
E.l.,rin Ward and lanes St.e.enscn
She has, hrei 5untl. LaShane Lee.
L:ourtni., Ward and Linda Bell. She has


three uncles. 1, ,'l- el L .'ee. Ton, Hall and Si Stevenson She has
three sisters:. Dine She has a special godmother, Tameka Samuels.
Zy'maya will celebrate her birthday with family and friends
on April 18. We love you, Maya!
1- ,, We love you, Maya!


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Willie L.

Walker
Willie L, Walker, for-
merly of Greenville,
passed away in the early
n morning hours, of
'Wednesday, March 25,
2009, in Seattle, Washing-
ton. She was 81 years
old.
Born in Greenville
on September 10, 1927,
Mrs. Walker was educat-
ed in the public school
P system of Madison Coun-
ty, and is a 1945 graduate
of the Greenville Train-
ing School. She severed
faithfully for many years
as, a pianist/musician for
several AME churches in
I the Big Bend area and
i had the privilege of
'working with dozens of
i choirs under the leader-
ship of scores of pastors.
.She retired from music
ministry in the mid-
1980s, when she left the
area to live with her son,
who was then serving in
;'the United States Air
,Force. 'Because of her
life with him, Mrs. Walk-
er was blessed to live in
several U.S. states and to
have an extended stint in
Spain. While in Spain,
Mrs. Walker took advan-
tage of. the opportunity
to explore new lands and
new sights and 'traveled
extensively throughout
Western Europe, and fre-
i quently entertained her
closest family "members
with tales of the places
&e went and the people
A she met.
She leaves to cherish
Sheer memory two chil-
I dren: son Jewel J. Walk-
L .er-.(Darlene)- of Seattle,
in, WA. and daughter Mar-
Sgaret L. Howard of Talla-
hassee; four
'4 grandchildren: Andrea
L. Oliver (Eddie) of Tal-
lahassee, Kisha Walker-
Wright (Christopher) of
Killean, Texas; Shawn'
Walker (Shirley)'of Seat-
Ste, Washington, arid
James Walker also of
Seattle; seven great-
grandchildren: Ashanike
Creighton Kailani Fer'
nandez, Jordan & Do-
minique Walker, Davion
S& James, Jr. Walker, and
Julia Oliver; a sister, Ju-
lia M. Turner. of
Greenville; a brother,
Henry Montgomery of
Tampa, special nieces.
Gale Turner of
^ Greenville, and Alexan-
dra James & Ayden
Muhammed of Tallahas-
eI s,; and a host of other
M~ relatives and friends.
Mrs. Walker was cre-
Smated, and interment for
her ashes at Greenville's
;, historic Pallbearers
Cemetery has been
planned for a future date.
A A brief remembrance
service is being held at
the Allen Chapel AME
SChurch, Greenville, FL
SSaturday April 18 at 11:00
am. The Rev. E.O. Wash-
ington will be officiating.


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Otto

Elmer

Peterson
Otto Elmer Peterson,
age 84, of Dowling Park,
died Wednesday, April 8,
2009, at the Advent Chris-
tian Village, Good Samar-
itan Center, in Dowling
Park.
Otto was born July
30,1924 in Chicago, Ill. He
was preceded in death by
his wife, Meriam Morse
of Pinetta; by his par-
ents, OttoH. and Augusta
Peterson; and his five old-
er brothers, Erwin,
Lester, Clarence, Gordon
and Robert.
Otto was given an
honorable 'discharge
from the United States,
Navy in 1945. He was an
Aviation Machinists
Mate 3rd Class Petty Offi-
cer. In 1943, he was sta-
tioned at the Naval Air
Station in Ottumwa,
Iowa, with Primary Air
Training Squadrons us-
ing Stearman N2S-3 air-
craft.
Otto was the hus-
band of Meriam
Gertrude Morse of Pinet-
ta. They were married on
August 12,1945, and lived
in LaGrange Park, Ill.,
untilhis retirement in
1983. He worked for.East-
eriv Air Lines where he
received his 30-Year Ser-
vice Pin upon his retire-
ment.
Otto was a member
of Madison Masonic
Lodge No. 11, where he
received his Past Masters
Pin. He was a member of
the Order of the Eastern
Star, Madison Chapter,
and a member of the.
Messiah Lutheran
Church in Valdosta, Ga.
Survivors include
daughters, June'Hoyle of
Pinetta, Florence Briggs
of Clarendon Hills, Ill.,
Bonnie Peterson of
Pinetta; six 'grandchil-
dren, Genevieve Hoyle of
Bonners Ferry ID.,
Charles Hoyle (Karneen):
of Pleasant Hill, IA., Vic-
toria .Hoyle of Seattle,
WA., Laura Briggs ,of
Darien, IL; Gina
Magurno, Angela
Magurno, both of Orlan- ,
do; three great-grandchil-
dren, Will, James, and
Robert Hoyle; and many
nieces and nephews.
Otto was an avid
model railroad builder
and collector. He was also
a model airplane hobby-
ist who designed and
built model planes for his,
own plans. ,
A service will be held
at Beggs Funeral Home
in Madison'on Saturday,
April 11, at 11 a.m.
Visitation will be
held'on Friday, April 10,
"at Beggs Funeral Home
from 6-8 p.m.
"But they that wait
upon the Lord shall renew
their strength; they shall
mount up with wings as
eagles; they shall run and
not be weary; and they
shall walk and not faint."
Isaiah 40:13


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Emerson

Dale

Scurry
Emerson Dale
Scurry, son of John
and Eula, was born
April 30, 1951, in
Greenville.'
Emerson was the
brother of brother of
Johnnie Mae, Julius,
James, Lenora, Fred,
Henry, Calvin and Jeff
Scurry
Emerson was
raised in Greenville
and attended
Greenville Public
Schools. After gradua-
tion from high school,
he was drafted into the
United States Military
In the Army, he served
as a combat engineer
in Vietnam, Europe
and a number of mili-
tary installations
throughout the United
States.
Early in, his mili-
tary career, he met his
soul mate, Gloria. He
and Gloria were mar-
ried for 36 years and
have a daughter, Feli-
cia.
Emerson Dale
Scurry died Sunday,
March 22, 2009. The
service was Monday,
March 30, 2009 in Auro-
ra, Colo., Advantage
Chase Chapel.


March 16-April 13
The NFCC Art De-
partment invites the
public to its current ex-
hibit entitled "Particu-
lar Ambiguity" on
display at the NFCC Art
Gallery (Bldg. 9). The
exhibit, open March
16-April 13, features
photographs and paint-
ings by artists Geoff De-
lanoy, Dawn Roe and
Gabriella Soraci. .
Gallery hours are 8
a.m.-4 p.m., Monday
through Friday. The
Gallery will be closed
March 23-27, due to
NFCC Spring Break. For
more information, call
(850) 973-1642, e-mail
bardenl@nfcc.edu or vis-
it www.nfcc.edu (search
word: Art).
April 11
The Florida DEP's
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State
Park will host a pine
needle basket workshop
on Saturday, April 11,
'from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Nancy Gildersleeve will
teach the traditional
Florida art of trans-
forming long leaf pines
into baskets by coiling
and stitching with raffia
fibers. A small basket
will be finished in class
and the techniques of
shaping', starting and
finishing a coiled basket
will be mastered. The
workshop fee is $15, in-
cluding pirk admission.
Participants should


SWay Back Whien...

April 10, 1959
Mr. and Mrs. James Cone of Greenville are being congratulated on the
arrival of a daughter, Tammy Carol, March 23..
N h:. arid Mrs. J.W Wynil of'Palatka announce the arrival of a baby boy
'Sunday, March 29; weighing 6 1bs.' 13 'ozs; The'young man has been named
John Wesley Wynn, Jr.
The Rev. and Mrs. David Pritchard and two children of Augusta, Ga.,
,were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, enroute to Melbourne
to visit Mrs. Pritchard's mother.
Miss Bessie Griffin of Ft. Pierce was the guest of Mrs. T.C. Coody over
the weekend enroute to Tallahassee to work at the Legislature.
Monday evening a few of Mrs. W.A. Mickler's friends gave her a sur--
prise birthday party. All cam in a group singing happy birthday. She re-
ceived many pretty and useful gifts. Iced drinks and fancy cookies were
served during the social hour.
April 11, 1969
The Eastern Star Chapter honored Miss Lynda Smith, a member, with
a bridal shower in the chapter room, following the April meeting Tuesday
night.
Rev. Allen Young is the new pastor at Hopewell Baptist Church, south
of Madison.,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Maultsby was the setting for a lovely
birthday party, when Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fendig and children Mark and Pam
of St. Marys, Ga., came to celebrate Pam's fifth birthday on March 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Corbett and children of Winter Park were Easter hol-
iday visitors with Mis. Corbett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williams.
April 13, 1979
Mr. and Mrs. Goza began extensive restoration of the house and
grounds immediately upon acquiring the property, utilizing the services of
Contractor Dawson Rutherford in the restoration. Rutherford had restored
Magnolia Hall for the Gozas in 1971, and that property'is listed on the Na-
tional Register of Historic Places as the Dial-Goza House.
I The home of Mrs. Jack Wade was the place for the Camellia Circle.
Large arrangement- Mrs. Irones Campbell and Mrs,. H.E. McAurthur, Medi-
um- Mrs. Vernon Folsom, Small- Mrs. J.M. Groover.
Sara Dobbs and Patti Judah were named Stu-
dents of the Year at the North Florida Junior Col-I Madison (
lege Honors Convocation, April 11, 1979. I Developr


County Tourist
nent Council


April Special
First Month's Rent $99.00
(For April only if you qualify-by 4/17/09)
* Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom Apartment Homes *
Lighted Ceiling Fans in All Rooms *
Central A/C.
Full Size Washer & Dryer Included *
Private Balcony/ Outside Storage.
Pets Welcome (Restrictions Apply)
Rents Starting As Low As $399

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Phone (850) 253-0126
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Board Vacancies

The Madison County Board of County Commis-
sioners seeks new volunteer members to serve on
the Madison County Tourist Development Board.
Openings exist in two categories: A) Individuals
involved in the tourist industry and. subject to the
tax (collects the tax), and B) individuals involved
in the tourist industry and not subject to the tax.
The Board usually meets once a month on the first
Thursday at 4:00 PM at the Madison County
Courthouse Annex.

Responsibilities include board decisions on re-
quests for Tourist Development Grants, advertis-
ing on behalf of Madison County, and
recommendations for promoting Madison County
to visitors from outside Madison County.

Interested parties should send their name and
contact information, along with a brief resume to:

Mr. Allen Cherry,
Madison County Coordinator,
PO Box 539, Madison, FL 32341
or email to
madisonbocc@embarqmail.com
Deadline for applications is April 24, 4:00 PM.


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bring a bagged lunch.
For additional informa-
tion or to register for
.the workshop, please
call (386) 397-1920 or vis-
i t
www.stephenfosterCSO.
org..
April 11
The annual Easter
egg hunt at the Ameri-
can Legion Post #224,
Cherry Lake, will be
held from 2-4 p.m. on
Saturday, April 11.
Bring your baskets for
eggs, candy and lots of
fun games.
Saturday in April
'The Florida DEP's
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State
Park will host a begin-
ning pottery workshop
focusing on basic hand
building techniques Sat-
urdays, April 4-25, from
9 a.m. to noon. Craft
square demonstrator
Diane Hornby will teach
participants basic hand
building techniques
such as wedging, how to
build a pinch pot, an as-
sembled box, a critter,
an object of student's
choice and how to em-
bellish each vessel. The
cost of the four week
session is $,85 and in-
cludes four pounds of
clay, glazes for four ves-
sels, a student.packet of
tools and park admis-
sion. The workshop is
limited to seven stu-
dents. For additional in-
formation or to register


for the workshops,
please call (386) 397-1920
or visit
www.stephenfosterCSO.
org.
April 12
Homecoming for
Concord Baptist
Church will be Easter
Sunday, April 12th.
Come join us for our
church service at
ll:00Am followed by an
Easter Egg Hunt for the
kids and dinner after-
wards.
April 12
The Florida DEP's
Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State
Park will host the 42nd
Easter Sunrise Service
on Sunday, April 12, on
the lawn of the Carillon
Tower. Area ministers,
choirs and soloists will
take part in the annual
event. Park gates will
open at 6:15 a.m. and the
event is free to all who
attend. For more infor-
mation, call (386) 397-
4331 or visit
www.floridastateparks.o
rg/stephenfoster.
April 13
Please come out
and join the Lee Ele-
mentary PTO in a fun-
filled night of dinner &
Bingo! Dinner will be $5
per plate (includes chili
dogs, chips, drink and
desert). Prizes for every
game, including a 50/50
jackpot round. Pro-
. ceeds go to help the
fifth grade class earn
their way to SeaWorld.
April'13, 5:30-8 p.m.
April 13
Start a home-based
business with less than
$300' and develop an in-
come of thousands a
month in a few months
of diligent effort. Learn
how at Shelby's Restau-
rant on Monday, April
13, at 7 p.m.
April 15
The 55 Plus Club
will meet April 15, the
third Wednesday in
April, because of Holy
Week: Please note the
change of date on your
calendars. The 55 Plus
Club will meet at the
United Methodist Coop-
erative Community
Center at noon for a
luncheon of salads,
sandwiches, desserts
and tea. The UMCM
Community -Center is
located about 5 miles
north of Madison on
Hwy 145.


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.Kids Take Smoke Free

Message To State Capitol

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mr. and mrs. Benton mAccarteq are pleased
to announce the wpcomin wed ~ing of their
daughter, emori '"i.ilm K.ta ccarte, of
mai lson, to christopher shea Sadeor of rr.
The bride is a o001, graduate o madson
county igh school and a z008o radiate of the
North Florida community y coL. ee R&ePtstered.
Nrslna ,q program. she, is crrent4L employed
with South gcorgia Adicara center in valdosta,
ga. as a. registered Nurse in the Emergencd De--
partment.
The groom is the son of tmr. and mwrs. 'Dan
and Toniyage and mr. and Jmrs. Alien and La-
Jean Sadter, aLL ofyerry. Shea is a 198Q gradu-
ate of TatyLor count. Hi h Schoot and is
current employed wtth co.x-.Montgomer inc
.,, ofJratt, lansas as a Line Foreman. The we dinq
witL take place at the AtLcone yLantation, oa
BelLvilLe HIw, on Loch Laurel Rd, neartLakeyar ,
ga., on April z, ZOOs at 6:30 p.m. Some local in-
vitations have been sent, however aLL friends
and family are welcome to attend. Fof direc-
tions Sou can visit the plantation website at
www.atcijoneplantation.com.


Jessy Wells (left) and Cheyenne Sanders (right) took their smoking preven-
tion message to Capitol Rotunda in Tallahassee.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Kids often make gre
gers due to their strain
way of presenting things
the case for Madison Co
graders Cheyenne San
Jessy Wells' of Lee E
School who created post
"Smoke Free Me" cont
was sponsored by. Lea
Life.
Learning For Life is
education program ad:
in the Madison Count
through a grant from
the Florida Depart-
ment of Education. In
addition to receiving
certificates and spe-
cial recognition, these
students were treated
to a special tour of the
Capitol in Tallahassee
and had their posters.
prominently displayed
in,,the. Capitol Rotun-.
da. .


Locally, Doug Freer and Tyuan-
na McCall have been actively visit-
3at messen- ing area schools promoting a
ghtforward strong tobacco prevention message
s. This was as part of the Students Working
)unty third Against Tobacco (SWAT) program,
nders and and can be reached, at (850) 973-
,lementary 5000, ext. 119. Preston Mathews, to-,
:ers for the bacco cessation specialist with Big
test, which Bend AHEC, conducts very effec-
irning For tive free- tobacco cessation classes
regularly as well, and can be
a character reached at (850) 973-1710.
ministered Michael Curtis can be reached
ty Schools at michael@greenepublishing.com.
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Photo submitted by Nelson Pryor

Who put up the Rush
Limbaugh signs? The
mystery has been solved .
and it turns out that
these young people, un-
der the inspiration of
Sheri Platt, of Lee, pre-
pared signs just like this
one which will soon be
all over the county. Pic-
tured left to right: Dustin
Bezipk, Brooke Bezick,
Brittany Bezick and
Justin Ledsome.


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Madison Republicans

Extend Community

Invitation


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, April 6, 2009
Officers of the Republican Party include, pictured.left to right: Judy McClain,
J.P. Maultsby, Monica taibl, Mike Williams and Nelson Pryor.
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.,
The Republican Club of 1Madison County met at Shelby's Restaurant on April 6
to discuss ideas for "building up the Republican Party in Madison County" The con-
sensus was clear: The GOP needs to unite in order to preserve the America our fore-
fathers envisioned, and the future our children deserve.
,Chair Judy McClain, along with fellow officers and membership, view current
administrative and congressional policies as more than just bad politics. They view
them as morally and financially perilous. From the shift, in policies on core issues
like abortion, to the' anticipated changes'in taxation, local Republicans, are, again,
urging unification, including collaboration with others outside the party as cir-
cumstances warrant. '
Economically speaking, the dominant topic was the Stimulus Package. Opposi-
tion rang out loudly, concluding in the decision to participate in the upcoming Tea
Party scheduled for April 15, from, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the Courthouse lawn in
Madison. The protest, fashioned metaphorically after the Boston Tea Party, is part
of a nationwide effort to increase awareness and speak out to legislators on both
sides,of the aisle.
"Join the TEA Party" the flyer for the protest states, adding, "We Are TEA'd
off!" where "TEA" stands for "Taxed Enough Already." More information on this na-
tional campaign may be found at www.teapartyday.com.
The Club also intends to have a substantial presence at the Four Freedoms Fes-
tival scheduled for April 18, including a booth and entry in the parade. Other notable
goals include: increase Republican registration in the county: find and support Re-
publican candidates for public office: support limited and efficient government, fair
taxes, a productive community and more freedom: and become more visible, vocal
and active in Madison County
-Organizers state, "As a member, you will..."
Be able to enjoy the fellowship of other Republicans here in the cou nty
Be helping create a larger conservative voice in our community, state and nation
Be GREATLY appreciated by our local group
Receive the periodic newsletters of the Republican Party of Madison County
Be invited to all meetings of the Club and the Madison County Republican Ex-
ecutive Committee
Be supporting activities of the local party
Be supporting local Republican candidates .
Be helping increase party membership
Membership dues for the club are $12 per year, renewable each January Checks
maybe made payable to the "Madison County Republican Executive Committee" or
"MCREC." Additional donations are greatly appreciated and may be mailed to: Re-
publican Club of Madison County, PO Box 86, Madison, FL 32341. For additional in-
formation, one may also e-mail madisongop@gmail.com.

Marc Webb Takes

First Place In Turkey

Calling Contest


Photo submitted
Sheryl Rehberg congratulates Ron Hill on 15 years of service with Employ-
ment Connections in Madison.


Hill Honored For


15 Years Of Service


Ron Hill has been the Local Veter-
ans Employment Representative
(LVER) at Employment Connections
since 1994. At this position, Hill has
reached out to local veterans to assist
them in their employment pursuits,
whether they are just beginning to
transition into civilian life or if they
have been discharged for more than 20
years. Hill assists veterans by working
with both them and area employers to
place them in the best job match.. He
provides veterans information not just
concerning employment but also oth;
er programs available to benefit them.


Hill served in the
United States Air Force
in 'Tacoma, Washington,
from 1985 until 1992, first
as Superintendent Pas-
senger Service and then
as Superintendent Air
Traffic Coordinating Of-
fice. Ron completed nu-
merous training while
in the Air Force, which
helped him grow and


build his career in both the military
and the civilian workplace.
Hill was honored at the March 20
Employment Connections staff meet-
ing. Sheryl Rehberg, Executive Direc-
tor of the North Florida Workforce
Development Board, presented him
with a 15-year service certificate. Re-
hberg also presented Hill with a pin
from the Agency of Workforce Innova-
tion commemorating his service to
North Florida.
Hill resides in Perry and. enjoys
spending time with family and hunt-
ing.


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Six years ago, it started as a vision of Tonja
Davis's and has grown into a league of woman who
care and do .for the people of Madison County The
five-point crown represents the five virtues the Na-
tional Association of Junior Auxiliary strive to up-
hold: charity, youth, health, community service and
leadership. Junior Auxiliary is a non-profit organiza-
tion dedicated to enhancing the lives of children in
our area. JA's slogan is "Care Today, Character To-
morrow," meaning that caring for and being an ex-
ample to our children is vital to shaping their
tomorrow. Madison is the only. chapter of Junior
Auxiliary in the state of Florida. Other states with
* only one JA chapter are Mississippi, Arkansas, Mis-
souri, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.
Madison's Junior Auxiliary has .started many
projects in the community, one being "Cans 4 Kids,"
which has recently been taken over by the county.
With this project, JA won the Sustainable Florida Fi-
nalist award for demonstrating through the project
that a healthy environment and healthy economy are
mutually supportive. The Cans 4 Kids project was

Johnson & Johnson Transport, Inc.
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Junior Auxiliary!

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adopted by Madison County last July and is now
known as "Recycle 4 Charity," and is benefiting other
non-profits in the community.
This year's local project, which is in keeping with
the national focus Healthy Kids-Healthy Futures -
is called "Jammin' with JA." This project has been
headed up by Cathy Rogers and involves all 44 mem-
bers of the club. With obesity and associated health
issues on the rise, JA would like to encourage chil-
dren and promote good health and fitness. By work-
ing together, with support from our superintendent
and school leaders, parents, and JA members, we can
build a healthy future for our children and our com-
munity.
Junior Auxiliary sponsors many projects during
their year, which begins in July and ends the next
May. Some of these projects consist of supporting and
helping with the Immunization Fair, partnering with
the Madison Health department, Christmas at the
Mansion, partnering with North Florida Community
.College, .helping with the Four Freedom Festival, and
partnering with the Madison Chamber of Commerce.


Some projects JA does on their own are Thanks-
giving baskets that go out to many of the needy fami-
lies in the area, making Christmas ornaments and
playing bingo with the elderly in the nursing homes,
buying and supplying school uniforms for children
that the schools have listed as in need, creating a
prom closet for high school girls who might not oth-
erwise get the opportunity, standing in the parking
lots of the grocery stores collecting blankets and
coats for those less fortunate and going into the
schools with their pet, "Sooper Puppy," to teach kids
manners and healthy social skills.
National Junior Auxiliary Week is April 8-10.
This is the perfect time for the community to reach
out and thank JA for their many good deeds in the
community. On the flip side, JA would like to thank
all of their cooperate sponsors who have helped make,
these projects possible. It could not be done without;
there monetary donations, as well as their contribu-
tions of time and support.
Amy Kendrick,
Public Relations, Madison Junior Auxiliary

Photo Submitted by Junior Auxiliary
The Junior Auxiliary helps nursing home residents make Christmas ornaments.


We Are Proudof Our Local
Junior Auxiliary Members!
Keep Up The Good Work!!
FROM: CARY & PATSY HAREE




I THE LAW OFFICE OF
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A Pearl Sponsor

Congratulates
The Local Junior Auxiliary
Ladies For Their Devotion
To Madison County.


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partment.


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Janis Bunting looks on at JA Board mee


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Jennifer Copeland holds her baby, Collin,.at',a
local Junior Auxiliary meeting. -: *,:


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Kara Washington, Cathy Rogers, Annette Johnson and Elizabeth Waring are pictured left to right at the
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Marsha Bass, Amy Kendrick, Willa Branham and Wendy Branham are pictured at the Immunization Fair.


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Introducing The National Bible Bee To Madison


The Shelby Kennedy Founda-
tion is excited to introduce the
first-of-its-kind annual National
Bible Bee, a motivating Bible
memory competition for children
and youth from seven to 18. The
goal of the Bible Bee is to build
Godly character in young people
by calling them back to the lost
discipline of Scripture memoriza-
tion. Most people are familiar
with 'the Scripps National
Spelling Bee, where youth com-
pete annually in the Nation's
longest-running educational con-
test. While it is certainly benefi-
cial for our children to commit
the spelling of words to memory,
imagine how much more life-
changing it will be for them to
S memorize the
*/ / Word of God.


Local Bible Bee Contests will
be conducted throughout the
United States on Saturday, Sept.
12, 2009. One hundred finalists
from each of three age categories
will then advance to the National
Bible Bee for a two-day, world-
class competition which will be
-held in Washington, D.C., on Nov.
5-6, 2009.
The First United Methodist
Church in Madison will be host-
ing a local contest on Sept. 12, at
361 SW Rutledge St. Interested
contestants and their families
may find out more about the Bible
Bee Competition by using the
Bible Bee Web site www.bible
bee.org in order to learn more
about this local contest. Contes-
tants may also call Ruth Ann Lat-
ner at 973-6295 or send an email


inquiry to madisonfumc@embarq
mail.com.
Official enrollment in the
Bible Bee is handled online at
www.biblebee.org. An associated
enrollment fee of $20 is collected
to help cover the administrative
costs associated with the National
Contest. There is a reduced fee
scale for families with multiple
contestants. Enrollment closes on
April 30.
The Bible Bee Competition
will distribute more than $260,000
in prize money with $100,000 be-
ing awarded to the first-place win-
ner of the top age category.
The long-term vision of Bible
Bee -Competition is to equip chil-
dren and youth to be bold ambas-
sadors for Jesus Christ to the next
generation.




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By Kristin Finney
"Praise His name, for He is great. Praise fHis
name, for He will never-let you down." -
Sunday morning service began with the chan'cd
choir singing, "Sing Hallelujah." Brother Jim Cafeiy
then spoke of "The Trials and Way to Calvary"
Steve Bass and Beth Carey then performed a readl
er's theater, "The Cross, the Suffering and Death.'
Dennis DeHart then had the offertory prayer, fo0-
lowed by David Fries singing, "Watch the Lamb."
Pastor Ferrell's message came from John 15:1-8. The
subject was "The True Vine."
Upcoming events at our church are as follows:
Easter services will be held this Sunday, April 12,"l
11 a.m., and the cantata and Lord's supper will"rb
held at 6 p.m. that evening. Madison First Baptis's'
homecoming celebration has been scheduled Wf&'
April 19 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. It will be held in the 1898
sanctuary.
Congratulations to Lyndsye and Aaron MicI:
On March 29, God blessed them with a.beautiful sin;
who they named Renner Gene. We pray for muchi
love and joy to follow in this blessed time in this faii-
ily's life.
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.-noon. Sunday evening worship, 6-7 p.m., ft61
lowed by youth dinner and fellowship until 8 p.m.
Wednesday evening, services begin at 6p.m. for b6t1i
the adults and youth and lasts until 8 p.m. '
Our prayers this week are extended to everyondi.
We would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter ali
pray that you and your families have a great timelbf
celebration and fellowship in remembrance of w
we have the holiday Remember Christ died and rose
again for our sins, though we weren't perfect and TiW
was. He still gave Himself as the ultimate sacrifi'
so that we could live eternally with Christ, if we ac-
cept Him.
"Be anxious for nothing, but in everything '
prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let ybtfp
requests be made known to God; and thepeace of G b
which srirpasse4 all understanding, whill 'guard yWI
hearts and minds through Christ Jesti." Philippiai
4:6-7. '
God bless!







April 12
Homecoming for Concord Baptist Church will
be Easter Sunday, April 12th. Come join us for our'
church service at 11:00Am followed by an Easter Egg
Hunt for the kids and dinner afterwards.
April 18
Madison First Baptist Church will host an opon
house in the 1898 sanctuary on the corner of W
Pinckney St. and Orange Ave. The open house is in
conjunction with the Four Freedoms Festival and>
will be from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday. April
18. Everyone is invited to come visit this beautiful
historic building.
April 19
Madison First Baptist Church will celebrate
homecoming on Sunday, April 19. Everyone is invit-
ed to come worship with us at the 11 a.m. service,
and then enjoy lunch with us in the fellowship hall.
June 17-20 -
Camp Weed Summer Camp for Rising 3rd and
:4th Graddrs will take place June 17-20. Visit
www.campweed.net for a brochure, registration .En
scholarship forms. Join in the Fun in the Sonshiil
at our 85th consecutive summer camp. A Ministry 9-
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida for children anl!
young people of any (or no) denomination. For more
information, call 888-763-2602, Ext. 16. ;
July 20-23
Camp Weed Summer Camp for Children wihi
Parents) in Prison will take place July 20-23. VisO
www.campweed.net for a brochure, registration arin
scholarship forms. Join in the Fun in the SonshiAi
at our 85th consecutive summer camp. A ministry '1
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida for children al
young people of any (or no) denomination. Scholatts
ships available for qualified applicants. For infoi
mation, please call 888-763-2602, Ext. 16.
SJuly 26-August 1 5
Camp Weed Summer Camp for Rising 5th ail
6th Graders will take place July 26-Aug. 1. ViI
www.campweed.net for a brochure; registration anli
scholarship forms. Join in the Fun in the Sonshii
at our 85th consecutive summer camp. A Ministry 'B
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida for children anj
young people of any (or no) denomination. For mor.
information, please call 888-763-2602, Ext. 16. :
August 2-8
Camp Weed Summer Camp for Rising .7th, [f
and 9th Graders will take place August 2-8. ViSi
www.campweed.net for a brochure, registration ai
scholarship forms. Join in the Fun in the Sonshim
at our 85th consecutive summer camp. A Ministry
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida for children ai
young people of any (or no) denomination. For mar
information, call 888-763-2602, Ext. 16. ?j


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Madison County And



The Great Depression


By Alfa Hunt
Greene Publishing, Inc.
When the stock market plummeted in 1929, the
btire nation plunged into a severe economic de-
pssion. Throughout the United States, production
had rapidly decreased and unemployment rates
reached an all-time high. Along with the difficult
agricultural situation of the 1920s foi Florida farm-
ers, the worsening economic conditions of the, ear-
y,1930s overwhelmed the traditional local welfare
so}.ces.
: The economic troubles for Florida began three
yp as before, mainly because its formerly booming
real estate market had been destroyed by a severe
hurricane.
'rSeveral of the businesses in Madison County
4 begun to close their doors simply because the
owners were unable to pay their bills..
:.wMore and more people were being added the
pauper list by the County Commission. The Com-
pission issued two or three dollars a month to
na dy families to help them pay for essentials,
*,.dch was the beginning of welfare.
, Delinquent tax rolls began to get longer with
Pech passing day and-in 1924, two columns were set-
aside in the newspaper to list the properties. By
1i6, the list had extended to two or more pages.
July 26,1926, the Madison State bank suspended
is business because of a steady stream of with-
drawals, which became a run on the bank. It is the-,
orized that if the run had not happened until after
tM} coming tobacco season when the crop loans
wpuld have been repaid, the bank might not have
la to close its doors. .
-Regardless of that fact, feelings were very neg-
{vee about the first bank failure, which was the re-
su~it of two -bank officers who were charged with
thee counts related to mismanagement. The trials
wee held in Hamilton County after a change of ju-
-isiction, and both officers were found to be not
Ity.
S, Within a year depositors were paid 30 percent of
theirr money, and by1931, more than 50 percent had-
,n repaid. *
In April,1930, the Citizens Bank of Madison had
ao failed which left the Bank of Greenville as the,
nly bank still functioning in the county. The Bank
q(,Greenville was the only bank that managed to
s4v'ive the Great Depression. It was robbed. in
4ue. 1931, of $999.45, by.atrio.i of men. The men tied'
JIT.P. McLeod,,the cas -ir, ~ ti only emiiipoyee in
the bank at the time They escaped with the money,
but were soon captured in Ft. Lauderdale ana later
identified by McLeod.


As a result of the closing of the Citizens Bank
of Madison, the president of the bank was convict-
ed in Lafayette County through a change of juris-
diction. He was convicted on the charge of
misapplication of funds and was sentenced to four
years in prison.
However, he appealed his case to the Florida
Supreme Court, which sent the case back to Madi-
son County to be re-tried. When the case continued
in 1937, it was nolle pressed, which is a Latin legal
phrase that means "do not pursue". As a result, the
president's slate was practically wiped clean.
Nine months passed without any operating
bank in Madison. Feb. 2, 1931, a new bank called the
Merchants and Farmers Bank opened its doors. The
officers of the bank were J.L. Scruggs, president; J.
Wickers, vice-president and cashier; WP Jacobs, as-
sistant cashier; A.G. Herring, bookkeeper; and
James Brinson, assistant bookkeeper This bank
came down through the decades, continually chang-
ing its name and owners until it finally settled on
Southeast Bank,
The sudden closing of the banks in Madison
County were not just having an negative impact on
the citizens, but on the local government systems as
well. By August, 1930, Madison had fallen behind
paying bills because its funds were located within
the closed banks.
By the following year, the Madison City Coun-
cil voted to cut city salaries and institute other
means of saving money. The city council was hop-
ing to save at least $5,000 a year in expenses. The
city council even cut their own salaries from $100
per annum to $1.00 per year. This huge cut was can-
celled a year later when the newly elected mayor de-
clared that he would not work for just a dollar per
year. .' -
By July,1932, the city was unable to pay the in-
terest coupons on their bonds and asked the bond-
holders for more tinAe. Around that time, they had
cut the salary of the fire chief and city clerk and
eliminated the position of superintendent. ,
Delinquent tax payments and paving assess-
ment payments had caused the city to fail in meet-
ing its budget for the first time since it had received
its charter in 1841. All unneeded street lighting was
cancelled. Traffic lights when they weren't lighted
proved to be a traffic'hazards to drivers.
With such budget cuts and because of the re-
payment of some of the money lost in the bank fail-
ures, the city was able to survive. By 1937 the city
had retired some of the bonds. *
In July,1932 the ,churches and the Red Cross,
with the aid of the county medical society. orga-


nized a free medical clinic to be held in Dr. Geo. 0.
. Davis' office each Saturday Free medical attention
would only be given to families who were too poor
to afford it.
The state unemployment relief organization
beghn to operate in 1932. By November, 500 men
. weie being given work improving the school
grounds in Madison, Lee, Greenville, Pinetta, En-
terprise and Ebb, cleaning around Lake Frances in
Madison, and doing work in the Lovett section.
Community sewing rooms were built at Sir-
mans, Greenville, Lee, Pinetta, and Madison where
women were employed to cut and sew government-
provided cloth into clothing.
Under the Democratic administration of
Franklin D. Roosevelt, relief work came from the
federal government rather than state government.
J.A. Texada was appointed civil works administra-
tor for the county Later he would become the state
administrator for the rehabilitation programs. The
first Civil Works Administration projects for the
county included the paving of the road from Madi-
son through Hanson and Pinetta. This would pro-
vide work for many people for several more years.
Other projects. were advances to the school
buildings in Greenville and Madison. Later, under
the WPA, the new Post Office in Madison was built
for $49,000.
The Federal Emergency Relief Agency opened
a canning plant in Madison so families would be
able to preserve the produce they grew in their gar-
dens. In October, 1934 the plant announced that it
had made more than 114,000 cans its first season.
In January, 1935 the Cherry Lake Rehabilitation
Project had begun'.' This was a Federal project,
which was designed for families with little farming
experience, on relief rolls in Jacksonville, Tampa,
Miami, as well as other major cities throughout
Florida, and relocate then to co-op surroundings
which would help- them get back on their feet.
The Cherry Lakes farm project was a failure as
a social experiments as well as a financial experi-
ment. But it was considered a success as a means of
keeping families together and making life some-
what more livable for those who were willing to
work and adapt.
The WPA work relief programs lasted through-
out the decade and around 1935 other programs di-
rected toward long-range reform were being
introduced. It was a slow' process to get the nation's
economy stable once again, but in Madison county
because of the immense compromising of the city
council, life in Madison Cdunty continued with lit-
tle difference as it had done in less disruptive years.


Corn being grown at the FERA Dewey Farms in Madison to provide food for nedy families in 1935.
Corn being grown at the FERA Dewey Farms in Madison to provide food for needy families in 1935.


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History Of


I Spoons


By Alfa Hunt
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Spoons have been useil by humans
since the Paleolithic times, or the Stone
Age. It is mostly assumed the prehistoric
people used shells or chips of wood as early
versions of spoons. ,
The Greek and Latin words for spoon
are derived from the word cochlea, meaning
a spiral-shaped snail shell. This suggests
shells were commonly use as spoons in
Southern Europe. In addit in to this, the
Anglo-Saxon word spon mans a chip or
splinter of wood. This further points to-
; ward the idea that this material was wide-
spread for making Nortln European
spoons. m
g Besides shell and wo spoons have
also been made from meta, such as gold,
pewter, silver, along with ivory, bone, pot-
i tery porcelain, and crystal.
During the 1st century, the Romans de-
signed two types of spoons, which had far-


reaching influence. The first, called ligula,
was used for soups and soft foods. This
spoon design had a pointed oval bowl and a
handle which ended in a decorative design.
The second style of spoon was called a
cochleare. It was a small spoon with a
round bowl and a pointed, slender handle
designed for eating shellfish and eggs.
Early English spoons were likely mod-
eled after these two types of spoons due to
the Roman occupation of Britain from 43 to
410 AD.
During the Middle Ages, spoons were
generally made of wood or horn. Hosts
would supply their guests with spoons as
opposed to knives. Royalty often had spoons
made of gold, while nobles owned spoons
made of silver. Beginning around the 14th
century, spoons made of tinned iron, brass,
pewter, and other metals became common-
place. The use of pewter made spoons more
affordable for the common people world-
wide.


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Set ForMay 1&2


Madison's walkers go around the clock in the battle Highlighting the evening is the Luminaria Ceremo-
gainst cancer during the American Cancer Society Re- ny held after dark to honor cancer survivors and to re-
ay for Life.'This "celebration of life" brings numerous member those who have lost the battle against cancer.
roups and individuals concerned about cancer together The lhuminarias line the track and are left burning
Dr a unified effort to fight back. throughout the night to remind participants of the in-
Teams of enthusiastic citizens will gather at the credible importance of their contributions.
ladison County High School track for an overnight re- "Relay for Life is as much an awareness raiser about
ay against cancer from 6 p.m. on May 1 until noon on the progress against cancer as it is a fundraiser," said
4ay 2. one participant from the annual event. "Many of the par-
Relay for Life is a unique fundraising event that al- ticipants will be people who have dealt with cancer them-
)ws participants from all walks of life including pa- selves. Their involvement is proof of the progress that
ients, medical support staff, corporations, civic has been made in reducing cancer death rates and in the
organizations, churches and community volunteers quality of life following cancer treatment.
o join together to fight cancer. Relay for Life reminds us "The funds raised will enable us to continue our in-
hat progress has been made in the fight against cancer vestment in the fight against cancer through education-
nd that everyone who participates is making a differ- al programs, research and services to patients," she
nce. added. "Due to thp generosity of corporate sponsors, the
Relay for Life opens as cancer survivors (anyone money raised by participants goes directly to the Amer-
'ho has ever been diagnosed with cancer) walk or ican Cancer Society's lifesaving programs."
wheelchair the first lap. This is an emotional time and The American Cancer Society is the nationwide.
ets the stage for the importance of each participant's community-based voluntary health organization dedi-
ontribution. A festive atmosphere always develops cated to eliminating cancer as a major liealth problem
round the track area at these events. As you make new by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suf- L
ends and spend time with old ones, the relay heats up fering from cancer through research, education, advoca-
nd the camp out begins. An atmosphere of camaraderie cy and service.
created with team members entertaining each other: Information about how to form a team or become in-
ating, playing games, and, of course, walking for a volved in the Madison County Relay for Life is available
great cause. by calling Lori Newman at 973-5192.


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By Bryant Thigpen
Greene Publishing, Inc.
While most businesses have just started hosting fundraisers for Relay for Life, Wa-
chovia started when last year's event ended. Since June of last year. Wachovia has had
the Little Russian Candy Store inside the bank lobby, offering 10-15 different types of can-
dy for $1 a piece. The candy store will be open until the night of the event, where they will
have the store set up at the Wachovia booth.
But candy is not their only method of fundraising. Currently, Wachovia is raffling a
Mary Kay basket, which includes $75 worth of product, for $1 a ticket or six for $5. The
Mary Kay basket was donated by Karen Meadows, who is a distributor for Mary Kay
products.
p In February, Wachovia hosted a drawing for a Valentine's Day bear to benefit Relay
for Life.
Wachovia team members include John James, Deborah Ponder, Frances Sale, Betr-
nice Bordenstein, Karen Avery, Joni Hughey, Pamela Campbell. Karen Meadows. Judith
Doyle. Ruthellen Caldwell, Melonie Moore, Ann Sapp and Walter Copeland
Greene Publishing would like to commend their efforts in supporting Relay for Life.


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With Relay For Life Event '


Do you know a child
who survived leukemia? Do
you have a mother, sister or
aunt whose breast cancer
was found early thanks to a
mammogram? Do you have
a friend or coworker who
quit smoking to decrease
their risk of lung cancer?
Each of these individuals
benefited .from the Ameri-
can Cancer Society's re-
search program.
Each day, scientists sup-
ported by the American
Cancer Society work to find
, breakthroughs that will
take us one step closer to a
cure. The American Cancer
Society has long recognized
that research holds the ulti-
mate answers to the preven-
tion, diagnosis and
treatment of cancer.
As the largest source of
nonprofit cancer research
funds in the United States,
the American Cancer Soci-
ety devotes more than $100
million each year to re-
search. Since 1946. the Soci-
ety has invested more than
$2.5 billion in research. This
investment has paid rich
^ dividends: In 1946. only one
in four cancer patients were
alive five years after diagno.


sis; today almost 60 percent
live longer than five years.
Investigators and health
professionals in universi-
ties, research institutes apd
hospitals throughout the
country receive grants from
the American Cancer So'ci-
ety. Of the more than 1,300
new applications received'
each year, only 11 percent
can be funded.
You can help fund more
research grants by partici-'
pating in the American Can-
cer Society Relay for Life, a
team event to fight cancer.
More funding means more
cancer breakthroughs and
more lives saved.
For more information
on cancer, call the American
Cancer Society at 1-800-AGS-
2345, available 24 hours: a
day, seven days a week, ;or
visit www.cancerorg.
The American Cancer
Society is the nationwide,
community-based voluntary
health organization dedicat-
ed to eliminating cancer ao a
major health problem Py
preventing cancer, saving
lives and diminishing sif-
fering from cancer through
research. education. advoCa-
cy and service.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
When asked if she has any advice
for anyone going through cancer,
Lorene Newsome said, "Look up, be-
cause there's something higher than
medicine."
Newsome has a strong faith in Je-
sus Christ and that kept her going
through the traumatic experience of
breast cancer in 2001.
"I didn't have any of the treat-
ments," she said. "I had to have it all
removed."
When asked how she felt going
through the experience, she said, "I'm
grateful that it didn't hurt me any-
more than it did."
She said that she had been sched-
uled for surgery on September 14 but
had to wait until September 25 be-
cause the terrorist bombings in New


York and Washington, D.C., altered:
the plans.
Dr. Dallas Miller at South Georgiai
Medical Center in Valdosta was her:
attending physician.
Formerly employed at Beggs:
Store in Madison, she is now retired:
after working at home for several:
years as a seamstress before she had a:
stroke.
Lorene and her husband of 61
years, Eugene, have two children, Peg-
gy Harris and Rusty Newsome. Peggy
works at North Florida Community
College and Rusty works at Beggs F
neral Home. They also have there;
grandchildren, Josh Newsome, Blal4
Harris and Meghan Harris. Josh an4
Stacy have one daughter, Gracelyn. ^
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Friday, April 10, 2009


Spring Cleaning Checklist

Follow This Helpful Spring-Cleaning Checklist To Keep Homes In Tip-Top Shape.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Home cleaning and maintenance
is an essential rite of spring, like ad-
justing the clocks one ,hour ahead.
Preparing a checklist for spring-clean-
ing will put things in gear, allowing
time to enjoy the home in the present
and enhance its future resale value.
Consider the following ideas to
help get started.
OUTDOORS

Roof: Check for any damage in-:
curred during the winter season, such
as loose, broken or missing shingles.
Arrange for a roofing professional to
perform a thorough inspection and
make any necessary repairs.
Gutters and downspouts: Re-
move any leaves, dirt and debris left
over from winter. Make sure that wa-
ter drains away from your home to
protect the foundation.
Siding and foundation: Repair
any broken masonry or lifting siding.
Fill in or caulk any .areas where in-


sects could get inside the house 'to
nest. Power-wash siding yourself or
hire a professional to give it a thor-
ough cleaning.
External water taps: Hook up
the garden hose and turn on the tap to
make sure everything's running
properly and to check the water pres-
sure. ,
Outdoor lighting and landscap-
ing: Test all outdoor light fixtures and
replace light bulbs. Sweep away win-
ter debris and dead leaves. Rake the
ground (take care around newly
sprouted plants and flowers) to aerate
the soil. Prune shrubs and tree
branches as needed.
Porches and decks: Check for
peeling paint, broken masonry and
splintering or rotting boards. Rent a
power washer for a thorough cleaning.
Apply sealant, rie-stain or re-paint as
needed. Bring out and clean patio fur'-
niture.

INDOORS

Windows and doors: Wash the


windows until they sparkle and re-
place storms with screens.
Air conditioners and humidi-
fiers: Install individual room air con-,
ditioners or, with central air
conditioning, hire a professional to
clean and service it. Test all equip-
ment to make sure it's running
smoothly Turn off all humidifiers.
Air ducts and vents: Vacuum air
vents to keep them clear of dust and.
debris. Consider hiring a professional
to thoroughly clean your air ducts., .
Faucets and plumbing: Check
- for any leaking pipes or dripping
faucets and have them repaired or re-
place washers where necessary. Re-
move calcium deposits from faucets
and showerheads.
Cabinetry and drawers: Tighten:
loose knobs and wobbly doors. Repair,
or sand down drawers that stick.
Carbon monoxide and smoke
detectors: Test to ensure all detectors
are operating properly and replace all
batteries.
Kitchen and medicine cabinets:
Take inventory and discard. any


canned, jarred or packaged goods aid
medications that are past their expira-
tion dates.
Mattresses: Rotate and flip mat-'
tresses to help prevent sagging and in-
crease their life span.
Rugs and carpets: Send ara'
rugs out to be dry-cleaned. Have car-':
pets cleaned professionally or rent a.
machine and do it yourself.
Clothing: Pack away wint'er-
clothing and dig your summer clothes
out of storage. This is also a perfect"-
opportunity to prune your wardrobe7.-
Get rid of items you haven't worn in
. the last three years. Donate them to
charity or organize a neighborhood
yard sale.
China, glassware, and silver-
ware: Set aside half a day to clean,
wash and polish those unused dishes
and'glasses that have been sitting on
shelves collecting dust.
All done? Sit -back and relax,
knowing spring is here with no un-.
pleasant chores to dampen the spirit.,
Michael Curtis can be reached 4tt
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Prune Azaleas Immediatehl,,

After Flowering i
By Theresa Friday
Azaleas. are spring
showoffs. No other land- ..
scape shrub can beat .
evergreen azaleas for '..
flower power when they
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of green, cambium un-
der the outer bark.
Another reason for
pruning evergreen aza-
leas is to scale back an
overgrown shrub that is
beginning to cover a
window or crowd a walk-
way Remember, prun-
iipg would. not be
necessary if a smaller-
growing variety had
been selected initially
and positioned properly
when planted. It is pos-
sible, however, to keep
ambitious plants in
bounds by regular judi-
cious pruning.
When necessary to
control its size, you
should begin to manage
your, azaleas when they
reach the maximum de-
sirable size. Identify the
tallest or widest shoots
or branches on the over-
grown shrub. Use your
hand pruners to shorten
these branches. Instead
of making a cut at the
edge of the shrub, prune
the branch down within
the shrub. When the
shortened' branch
sprouts, the new growth
will be inside the shrub
creating a thicker, fuller
plant. And the new
growth will not immedi-
ately stick out above the
rest of the shrub some-
thing that commonly
happens if pruning cuts
are made just back to the
edge of the shrub or
when azaleas are
sheared. Keep cutting
back the tallest and
widest shoots until the
shrub is the desired size.
Unless you are try-
ing to create a formal
clipped hedge, avoid
shearing 'azaleas. with
hedge clippers because
this destroys their at-
tractive natural shape. It


is better to use hand_ n
pruners to remove Or-'
shorten selected branch-.,
es to achieve the desired,,,
shape and size.
Because most ever- -
green azaleas start set-
ting flower buds in-,
mid-summer, proper-,
timing of pruning is
critical to ensure blooms .
the following year. In ,
general, you will want to.,
prune azaleas immedi-.,,
ately after flowering..,'
You may continue to.
prune occasionally as,,-'
needed into the early :
summer, up until late :
June, early July at the',,
very latest. After that,
chances increase that"'
you will remove flower-.
buds when you prune.'
Many gardeners',
now have Encore azaleas .,
which bloom more than:,
once a year. Most En-.,-
cores and other multi-
season types require
very little pruning to r .
tain good form ai. :
maintain the desired.-3
size. If you think your:
azaleas need pruning, do
so immediately after the
spring flowering.
And if you, have an;
azalea hedge that has'=
been sheared for years,-
you may want to consi4-'-"
er restoring the shrubs.
to their. natural beauty.
This can be done using
rejuvenation technique.4,
For more information on:."
rejuvenating shrubs,'
contact your local Exte- ,: \
sion Office or review an .
online UF/IFAS publie:Ai
tion at edis.ifas.ufl.edu/'f.
MG087.
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comment or ask a ques-
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Friday, April 10, 2009


Sports


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 15A


Cowboys Take Bite Out Of Bulldog Baseball


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Coun-
ty itigh School Cowboys
swatted the Taylor Coun-
ty .Buldogs 11-1 in base-
bal: action played in
Madison on Tuesday,
April 7.
eThe first inning end-
ed scoreless but Madison
poured on the power,
racing up five runs.
,The Cowboys added
six runs in the third in-
ning to go ahead 11-0.
,.The Bulldogs finally
got,. run in the fourth


inning, cutting the Cow-
boys' lead to 10 runs.
In the fifth, the Bull-
dogs failed to score a run
and the game was called
because of the 10-run
rule.
Jordan Carroll was
the winning pitcher, as
he racked up five strike-
outs and didn't give up a
single walk.
Carroll's record im-
proved to a stellar 7-0 on
the season.
Carroll also went
one for one at the plate
with a double and one


run batted in (RBI).
Nick Allbritton was
the losing pitcher for
Taylor County, giving up
three walks and record-
ing one strikeout.
Brynne Wethering-
ton went three for three
at the plate with a dou-
ble and four RBIs.
Marty McDaniel
went two for three at the
plate with a double.
Scott Pleasant went
one for two with a dou-
ble and an RBI.
Madison improved
their record to 13-4.


MCHS V'09 vs. Perry '09 played on 04/07/09, score: 11-1
Fielding Results:
Player # PO A EF PB 2B-P F% CCS CSB ET Inn Errors
1 Evan Schnitker 10 0 1 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
2 Tae Singletary 8 1 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
3 Jacobbi McDaniel 30 2 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
4 Jordan Carroll 25 0 2 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
5 Brynne Wetherington 28 5 1 0 0 0 1000 1 0 0 4 0
6 Drew Brown .21 4 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 3 0
7 Marty McDaniel 3 2 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
8 Scott Pleasant 1 1 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 4 0
9 Bladen Gudz 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
9 Justin Sirmon 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
10 Josh Timmons 14 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 0 1 0


Total for Game


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Make Good Easter Presents


With Easter ap-
proaching, many par-
ent contemplate
purchasing mallard
ducklings as gifts for
their children:. The
Florida Fish and
Wpilife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
suggests buying your
child the stuffed-animal
version instead.
"Although these
ducklings might make
nice pets while they're
young, they can live 10
years and quickly out-
grpw the cute-and-fuzzy
stage, leaving full-size
droppings on your patio
arioutdoor furniture."
Fy~ waterfowl man-
aagment coordinator
Joe Benedict said.
," en this happens,
parents and children of-
ten grow tired of caring
fob them and decide to
turn them loose into
the wild."
They may not real-
ize this is illegal and
puts Florida's native
wildlife in jeopardy. By
lavw no one may pos-
sess, buy or sell mal-
lards in Florida
without a special per-
mit.from the FWC, and
releasing them is pro-
hibtted.
These activities are
against the law because
domesticated ducks.
once released, are capa-
ble, bf transmitting dis-
eases, and they compete
with native wildlife for
food and habitat. Most
importantly, releasing
mallards threatens the
existence of the Florida
mottled duck, a unique
subspecies found only
in peninsular Florida.
"These domesticat-
ed mallards are inter-
breeding with the
mot tled duck, produc-
ing. hybrid offspring,"


Benedict said. "This is
a serious concern and if
:not stopped, this hy-
bridization could result
in the Florida mottled
duck becoming ex-
tinct."
Pet mallards will
not migrate when they
are released. They be-
come established, year-


round residents of our
state. When they mate
with wild mottled
ducks, it pushes Flori-
da's. mottled ducks to-
ward extinct ion.
The Florida mot-
tfled duck population is
relatively small, and al-
ready FWC biologists
say as many as 12 per-


cent of these ducks
show, genetic evidence
of hybridization.
Today, the future of
the mottled duck is un-
certain, but its fate is in
the hands of Floridi-
ans. The solution starts
with not buying your,
child a live duckling for
Easter.


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On behalf of the American Forest
Foundation's Tree Farm program, the
Madison County office of the Florida Di-
vision of Forestry recently recognized
Vince and Cindy Kelly as the county's
newest Certified Tree Farmers. The
^ Kellys are shown in the accompanying
photo with a sign to place on their prop-
erty signifying their support and coop-
q ration in maintaining family forests in
Florida. America's family-owned forests
provide clean water, fertile soil, quality
recreation, homes for wildlife and wood
for products not just for this genera-
tion, but for all that will follow in-
cluding Steven and Sarah, the Kellys'
children, shown with them in the photo.
Though the Kelly family has only
owned their Madison County property
since 2003, the effort they have put into
managing their tree farm has created an
increasingly appealing and valuable
property Their addition to the list of
Certified Tree Farmers in Madison
County reflects this commitment and ef-
fort.


If you want to
Work with partners
and other family for-
est owners to conserve
" and create critical
habitat, help young
people learn the skills
they will need to be-
come responsible envi-
ronmental decision
makers, or just have
any questions about
.the Tree Farm Pro-
i.'gram contact the
Madison County
SForester at (850) 973-
95115.
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Vince and Cindy Kelly, along with their children,
Steven and Sarah, proudly display their Certified Tree
Farm sign.


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SApnnts

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.
Equal Housing
Opportunity


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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.
1BR ($409.)
2BR ($435.).
HUD vouchers accept-
ed Call 850-973-3786 -
TTYAcs 711.
404 SW Sumatra Rd,
Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity
Provider
and Employer


Madison Heights
Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedrooin apis.
Section 8 Housing designed
for lovw income families
I50 SW Burmgardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833
ext. 485
Equal Housting
Opportunity
S 3Bed/2 Bth Mobile Home for
rent in great neighborhood oil
County Camp Rd min Madison.
HUD vouchers accepted. Security
deposit required. Contact Am.
Brasb3 at 407-616-2637 or 321-
695-9,836. :

Downtown 1BR/1BA apart-
ment. Newly reno ated. $450
per mth. Call 567-1523
House for Rent
in Greenville, FL
(near elementary school).
All Electric, Newi] remod-
Seled 3 .bedrooms, 1 'bath
$575/mo. 1st & security de-
posit Housing Choice
Vouchers Accepted '
Call 850-973-7349 or
S 617-437-1905 \
LAKE FRONT HMIE
( 1 F r lease. 2 Bed. 2 Bh
includes kchen appliance wa-
ter, and lawn maintenance.
$800 per mth, $800 deposit.
850-973-3025

3Bed/ 2Bth home in prii ate quiet
compound, 1900 sq. ft., sunroom,
cathedral ceilings. full\ furnished
kitchen. W/D. carponrt
Adult family only No pet..
$790 mo.+ dep. Credit check
- -Call 850.9-48.4-444
Restored 3 BR Home,
CH&Air, Oak Floors, new
R&Rfg. 1335 sq ft.
Adult Family onl.. no pets..
$700 rent and deposit.
Credit check.
432 NE Horry Ave. Madison.
Call George. 973-8583,557-
0994,
House for Rent
2Bed/1l Bth. Great neighbor-
hood, Within city limits.
$500mth. 1st and last mths
rent due. Security deposit re-
quired. 673-9425
FOR',RENT
,Office Building across street
from Post Office, ,Courthouse,
and Courthouse Annex.
(Old Enterprise Recorder
Office); 111 SE Shelby St.
MadisonNewly renovated back
to the 1920's era Call 973-4141

2B/2BA Mobile Home
$350 'deposit, $145 per week.
Electric Included. 850-973-2504

Clean as new. Two story, 3 Bd
Rm 2.3 baths, formal LR &DR.
1705 Sq. Ft. New Kitchen,
Range, Ref. D/W, G/D. Oak
Floor down stairs, Heart Pine
up stairs. 2 Central H&A. Yard
Maint. included. ADULT FAM-
ILY, No Pets. $900 rent and de-
posit. Good credit req. 205 NE
Shelby Ave. Madison. Call
George 973-8583 or 557-0994.

HOUSE FOR RENT
4 BD/ 1 BA. 388'Church
Ave. Available May 1st. Call
Maty at 850-948-2540


MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT
3 BD/ 2 BA in Cherry Lake,
Area. $500 mth/ $500 dep.
Neat 3 Bedroom Home in
Quiet Country Setting.
Partially remodeled.
No pets. $525 per mth. De-
posit required. 850-929-4584.
Leave message.
House For Rent
3 BD/1BA Fenced.
103 Bird Street.(Behind Ed-
die's Drycleaners on Bay
Street.) HUD Accepted.
Call 305-742-0282





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





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 util-
ities, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to I-
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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For Sale:
House & Lot
In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now
$99,000. 2 BR/i BA. Fully
Furnished. New Metal
SRoof, and New Paint. Util-
ity Building with Washer
and Dryer. Nice Fruit
Trees. 386-719-0421

FOR SALE OWNERR
FINANCING'
ALL LAND BELOW IS
S HIG'AND DRY-

5 acres Lee, North of Hwy
6, Cayenne Rd., rolling
: "' . hills, '
restrictions, $39.995
$5.000 down. $325/mo

10 acres Beulah Nleadows
Rd, D*WMrH and houses
Sallowed, $49,500,, $5,0p00
down $459/mo ,

10 acres Old Blue Springs
Rd. access, DWN H and
houses allowed, $49,500,
$5,000 down, $459/mo

25 Acres on Hwy 90, Lee,
$112.500 ($4.500/ac)

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-41;16

For Sale:
2BR/ 2 BTH Townhouse
'at 346 SW Macon St.
Call After 5:30 at 253-1201
Fantastic Lake
and Nlountain Views
from this 2 Bed/ 2Bth Home,
Open and Covered Decks,
Large Screened Porch. Gas
FP, CH/A, Oak Floors &
Cabinets, and Appliances.
Offered Furnished at
$179,900; Call BJ Peters at
8, 850-508-1900
Land Owners- with good or
bad credit!!! You.can own a
new home with $0 down.
Call Will at 850-253.8001.
For Sale 3 Bed/2 Bth w.
A.C. on 1/2 Acre in Lee.
Only $599mth.
Call Will for more info at
For Sale in Hamilton Co.
on 5 Acres.
You Choose Floorplan.
Call Today
850-253-8001
For Sale 4 Bed/2 Bth w. A.C.
in Madison County
for only$649 per mth.
Call to be pre-approved.
850-253-8001
One acre on Diving Bird
Loop for sale. $5500. Call
Derrick or Christy iti Cherry
Lake. Call: 229-469-0619,


or 229-242-8294.


BEST CASH DEALS ON
MOBILE HOMES. NO ONE
BEATS MY PRICES
386-719-0044

SINGLE WIDE 14X70 2BR/
2 BATH EXCELLENT
SHAPE NEED CASH,
PRICED TO SELL CALL
MIKE AT 386-623-4218 ,

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

BRAND SPANKING NEW
2009 5 BEDROOM 3 BATH
2004 Sq Ft $594.31 PER MO.
SELLER PAYS $3,500 TO-
WARD CLOSING COST
CALL MIKE 386-623-4218

PRICE REDUCED! SPA-
CIOUS MFG HOME WITH 4
BEDROOMS, 3 BATH,
BONUS ROOM WITH LOTS
OF WINDOWS. DISCON-
/ TINUED FLOORPLAN.
FOR MORE INFO CALL
SARAH 386-288-0964

BECOME A HOMEOWNER
FOR THE SAMEMONTH-
LY PAYMENTS YOU ARE
THROWING AWAY ON'
RENT. CALL SARAH FOR
MORE INFO
386-288-0964

NEED MORE SPACE FOR A
GROWING FAMILY? 2001,
5 BEDROOM, 4 BATH
TRADE-IN. EXCELLENT
CONDITION. FOR MORE
INFO CALL SARAH
386-288-0964

FIRST TIME HOME BUYER'
$7,500.00 CASH IN YOUR
POCKET CALL DAVID
FOR DETAILS 386-719-0044

WE PAY CASH .... FOR
YOUR USED MOBILE
HOMES 1980 OR NEWER.
LYNN SWEAT
386-365-5129
ZERO DOWN
LAND HOME PACKAGES
Singlewide your land $340.00
P&l per mo, Doublewide your
land $422 00 P&I per mo.
Singlewide.& $30,000 00 for
land $52000 P&I per rmo. or'
Doublewide with $30,000.00
for land $602.00 P&I per mo.
Our land )our land or bu%
land. I specialize in credit
challenged customers. Appli-
cations oser the phone, credit
' decision next business day
Let me help make your new
.home dream come true.
Trades welcome.
Call Steve 386-365-5370
FOR SALE 2.68 ACRES
BETWEEN LAKE CITY
AND LIVE OAK
CAN POSSIBLY BE
ZONED COMMERCIAL.
MAKE OFFER 386-365-
5129
LYNN SWEAT
HOME ONlY LOANS
No mortgage on your land. Put
Home on \our land. t'amil land.
state land or rental lot Sin-
glewides start at' $350.00 month
SandfDoublewides at $440.00.5
EVERYTHING INCLUDED
NO HIDDEN CHARGES
Call Steve 386-365-5370
HOME BUYERS.. GUARAN-
TEED FINANCING THRU
B.O.T.!! PROGRAM
386-719-0044
NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH
READY TO MOVE IN.
CALL 386-288-4560
LOW CREDIT SCORES???
I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP
YOU BUY A HOME.
MUST SELL 5 BR HOME
$49,900.00 CALL
386-288-4560
Place Your Ad Here
Call 973-4141


2001 Silver Pontiac
Grand Prix GTP
Daytona 500 Limited
Edition (one of only
2000.) Needs new engine.
Body and interior in ex-
cellent, condition. Leather,
sunroof, Bose sound sys-
tem, tons of upgrades!!
Must see. Asking $5,500.
Well under blue book
value.
Call 850-879-0179.

1987 Ford Bronco for Sale.
Super hot engine! 58k origi-
nal miles. Auto trans. Differ-
ential 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.



FREE KITTENS to good
home. Call 464-9659

SAdorable Lab/Bull Dog mix
puppies. Free to good home.
S 50-464-9659
,. 5, Beautiful Kittens
Free for any loving home.
Perfect Easter gift.
Call 973-2520
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584-9882




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Learn to play piano by ear! Af-
fordable piano lessons at'beginner
and intermediate level. Basic mu--
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ajso a'.ailabe For more informa-
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DREAMS??
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one dreams but what do your
dreams mean? Talk to a live
: dream interpreter who can
tell you'what iour dreams are
trying to communicate to you.
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Cert. Nursing Assistant
(with 20+ years experience)
is seeking PRN as needed.

A ailable for FT or PT work.

Call 850.253-8018 anytime.





Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-464-1165

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




Male Donkey. 3 yrs old.
$225. 850-464-1600

NEW KITCHEN STORE
(from 7th Heaven Flea Mkt.)
has moved to
1050 N. Jefferson Street
(former Radio Shack)
Many Kitchen Themes
Call Ms. Joan
S 242-9343
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The City of Madison is accept-
ing applications for 1 full-time
Firefighter with the following
qualifications: Applicants must.
e at least 19 years of age and a
citizen of the United States,
possess a valid FLORIDA DRI-
VER'S LICENSE, with an "E"
endorsement, must be a High
School Graduate, must pass a
rg test, background check, a
physical examination and vi-
sion test. The applicant must be
n excellent physical condition
ad it is preferred that the ap-
licant be Florida Firefighter
Certified. The applicant must
also bea non-user of tobacco
products.
ob applications are available
upon request from the office of
the Fire Chief, Alfred Martin at
16 SW Dade St., Madison,
Florida 32340.
We will be accepting applica-
tions for this position'from
Monday, March 2, 2009, until
e position has been filled.
The City of Madison is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
ad recognizes veteran'ss prefer-
ence
Accounting Instructor-
(Full-time) needed at North
Florida Community College.
See www.nfcc.edu for details.

Nursing Instructor Position-
at North Florida Community
College. See www.nfcc.edu
for details.
Maintenance Director
Must have basic skills in air
conditioning, electrical, car-
pentry/painting and Life Safe-
ty in a Skilled Nursing
acidity. Maintain records fo
inspection review. Experience
in SNF or hospital preferred.
Benefits. include health, dental
and life insurance, and 401K.
Fax resume to 850-973-2667;
Madison Nursing Center tele-
phone 850-973-4880.


Looking for QSR Managers
Sfor Travel Center.
We currently have
opportunities for Managers,
Assistant Managers and Shift
Leaders in the North Florida
Area: The Managers position
requires two or more years of
QSR experience. Wendy's,
Subway and: Dairy Queen
restaurant experience is a
plus. Qualified candidates
must have excellent customer
service and employee,
relations skills. The successful
candidate will be capable of
operating in a fast paced
environment.
Must have a flexible
schedule, be self motivated,
able to train, motivate, and
prepare employees for greater
responsibilities and have
effective communication skills.

Benefits Include:
Competitive.Pay
Training Program
Bonus Program
SPaid Vacations, Holidays & 401k

Fax Resume to:
352-333-1161
Email:
dturner@fasttrackstores.com


Substance Abuse
Counselor
Human Services Agency is.
seeking a Full-time Sub-
stance Abuse Counselor to
serve adolescents in Madison
County. Position will per-
form outpatient intervention:
services and administer pre-
vention programs in a school
based setting. Preferred can-
didate will have a Master's
degree in.social or behav-
ioral science. Also prefer ex-
perience working with
juveniles involved with sub-
stance abuse.

Qualified applicants must
complete a DISC Village
employment application and
submit to: Madison Coun-
selor, 3333 W. Pensacola St.,
Suite 150, Tallahassee, FL
32304. Applications may be
downloaded at
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call (850) 575-4388 for as-
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Advent Christian
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www.acvillage.net ,
Do more than work,
join a family!
Social Services Director- LTC
FT position to lead/direct a ser-
vice team with high standards 'of
practice at 161-bed long-term
care facility, including
services/programs for memory
impaired and a strong commUni-
ty-oriented environment. 1BSW
and long-term care experience
required. MSW strongly '
preferred. Two or more ydars
relevant experience with good
understanding of LTC regs
strongly preferred.
Accounting A/R Clerk.'
FT position; HSD or equivalent
required; prior experience in,ih-n-
surance billing and coding, P.
operation with MS applications,
including word processor,
spreadsheet, ard database're-
quired. Must be detailed"
oriented.
Groundskeeper .
PT staff for various grounds-rp-
lated positions in residential)
community; prior experience In
residential or commercial av, n
care a plus; valid Florida DL re-
quired.
PT LPTA- LTC Setting,
Florida licensed PTA needed to
fill PT position in LTC and O/P
setting. Must be skilled ii all,
forms of PT; experience with
geriatric population strongly de-
sired; strong customer serviscP
skills required. -
PT Housekeeping Staff !
PT position in long-term care
setting for evenings; HS dipjoma
or equivalent desired.,Expeti,
ence in institutional custodial
work. Including carpets, strongly
desired. Reliable transportation,
willing to worb flexible schedule
(including weekends), and abili-
ty to work in a team setting','wvth
healthcare staff, residents, i
and visitors required.
FT Groundskepper
Residential community; pribr
experience in residential aad'
commercial lawn care a ptus
valid Florida DL required;.
FT Water/ Wastewater Tbeat-
ment Operations
Valid FL C water and waste wa-
ter.treatment certification rer
quired; dual certification '
strongly preferred. Willing tq
consider experienced individual
with FL.C certification in drink-
ing water treatment and allp.
one year to obtain FL C waste
water treatment. Experience in
all aspects of water/ waste water
& distribution/ collection sys'-
Stems required.

Competitive wages & excellent
benefits (health, dental, life
disability, supplemental insur-
ance, 403b, paid time off,) plus
access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities.
EOE, Drug Free Workplace,
Criminal background checks
required.
Apply in person at ACV Per-
sonnel Department Mon thru
Fri, 9:00 am. until 4:00 pam.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Drive, Doviling
Park, FL; fax resume/ creden-
tials to (386) 658-5160; oravisit
www.acvillaqe net.
Te own of Lee is accepting
,applications for a Summer
Camp counselor. Camp runs
from June 1st until August 7th.
Applications available at,Lee
City Hall. Deadline: Friday,
April 30th, 2009. For more in-
formation call 971-5867.
Maintenance Director
Must have basic skills in air
conditioning, electri-n
cal,carpentry/painting and
Life Safety in a Skilled
Nursing Facility. Maintain
records for inspection review.
Experience in SNF or hospi-
tal preferred.' Benefits 'i-,
clude health, dental and'life
insurance, and 401K. Fax're-
sume to 850-973-2667;
Madison Nursing Center
telenhone 850-973-4880.


MARTIN'S
CARPET REPAIR

Re-Stretching, Patching'
Seam Repair, Berber PuAs,
Burns, Water Damage, eto
Don't waste money to $uy
new carpet if you don't have
to....
Call 850-879-0126
or 850-975-2008
for a FREE estimate!

DUNN'S
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts,

850-973-4728
2089 NE State Road
Madison, FL as-2s 4
ANYTHING LEFT OVER 7 DAYS
WILL BE SOLD


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Madison Enterprise Recorder 17A


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NOTICE: The District School Board of Madison County,
'Florida, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 21, 2009, at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the School Board Meeting Room of the Superin-
tendent's Office, 210 NE Duval Ave. Madison, Florida.
Changes to board policies 6.033,6.281, 6371, 6.01, 6.03, 4.031, 5.21,
5.24, 2.08, 5.23, 6.28, 6.14, 4.13, 4.12, 5.13, 5.15, 2.24, 9.011, 9.07,
3.17,9.02,3.11.
The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE
S Duval Ave, Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 1001.41, 1001.42
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS
MEETING OR HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS 19
MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVI-
., DENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO-BE BASED.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,



S Case No. 08-223-CA

'E)WARD F. SIMMONS a/k/a EDWARD SIMMONS;
VERA.L. WATKINS a/k/a VERA WATKINS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF EDWARD E SIMMONS-, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF VERA L. WATKINS-, MOTT BUICK
COMPANY-, ROY W. FLOYD; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
IOY W. FLOYD as of November 30,2005-, UNKNOWN
QCCUPANT A residing at 414 NE Country Kitchen Road,
Madison, Florida and UNKNOWN OCCUPANT B residing
af414 NE Country Kitchen Road, Madison, Florida,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: EDWARD F. SIMMONS a/k/a EDWARD SIMMONS and UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF EDWARD F. SIMMONS, if alive, and if dead, the unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other persons claiming by,
through, under or against her; all unknown persons, if alive and if dead or not
known to be dead or alive, their several and respective unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other persons claiming by, through,
usder or against those natural persons; the several and respective unknown
,assigns, successors in interest,, trustees and any other person claiming by,
through, under or against any corporation or other legal entity named as de-
"fendant-, and all other claimants, persons and parties, natural corporate, or
whose exact status is unknown, claiming by, through, under or against any of
the above-named or described defendants or parties or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in and to the property described herein; and all persons
claiming interest by, through, under or against any known or unknown party
and all persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the
property described herein.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action seeking to foreclose an equitable lien and
to, quiet title on the following 'described real property located in Madison
;County, Florida'.

COT 8, FOREST GLEN SUBDIVISION, FIRST ADDITION AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 8, OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF MADI-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
And
1996 GENERAL MANUFACTURED HOUSING COUGAR MOBILE
POME VIN- GMHGA4149611041A AND GMHGA4149611041 B
S Air Conditioner Skirting Steps
:Ihcluding, but not limited to-.
01 1. 1 The Manufactured Home and all goods that are or may there-
after byoperation of lair become accessions to it-. and
2' 11 appliances. machiner, equipment and other goods furnished
with theManufacunred Home- whether or not installed or affixed to ill includ-
ing but not limited to the items listed as "Additional A.4cce sories and Furnish-
ings" onpage 1 of the contract.

has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
-tgs defenses. if any, on J. Arby Van Slyke, P. A., whose address is 618 West
X!arden Street, Pensacola, Florida 32502, on or before the 27th day of April
F2 09, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on
?Plaintiff's attorney or. immediately thereafter, or default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and fficial'seal of this-Court on'this 16 day of
(Marclr2009 .ff aV \n' I "'*S ic ink '^ ... ."

TIM SANDERS
Clerk, Circuit Court
Ramona-Dickinson
,:', Deput) Clerk ,
Conformed copies mailed to-.
J.ARB% \ .N SLYKE, P '. "
]POST OFFICE BOX 13244-
,PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32591r


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
n JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
,-., ', CIVIL DIVISION
CASENO.2008-438-CA

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS INDENTURE'
TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF THE NOTEHOLDERS OF.
AEGIS ASSET BACKED SECURITIES TRUST 2005-3,
,MORTGAGE-BACKED NOTES
Plaintiff,
vs. :
SUSAN ROACH DIORIO I/K/A SUSAN DIORIO;
WILLIAM T. DIORJO N/K/A ELLSWORTH JACOB
BURWELL; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY: MARGARET B. SANDS;
tiNKNOWN SPOUSE OF M LRG %RET B. SANDS; JUDY K.
PAUL: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY K1 PAUL;
MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA:
Defendants. ,

NOTICE OF ACTION
T, the following Defehdant(s):
SUSAN ROACH DIORIO A/K/A SUSAN DIORK
'(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
WILLIAM T. DIORIO N/K/A ELLSWORTH JACOB BURWELL
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
MARGARET B. SANDS
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)



RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
,UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY K. PAUL
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the fol-
lqwing described property:
SEE EXHIBIT "A"
fa/ka 923 HORRY STREET, MADISON, FLORIDA 32340
ias been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
?Wdefenses, if any, to it, on Kahane & Associates, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff,
u4ose address.is 8201 Peters Road, Ste. 3000, Plantation, FLORIDA 33324
or before May 1, 2009 a date which is within thirty (30)
s after the first publication of this Notice in the MADISON COUNTY
U R and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
-vce on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Tis notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No.2.065.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person
with a disability who ieeds any accommodation in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to provisions of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the Court Administrator at 145 N. Hernando, Rm. 408,
Lake City, FL 3205, Phone No.
(386) 758-2163 within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice or plead-
ing; if you are hearing-impaired, call 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD), if youare voice impaired, call 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via
SFlorida Relay Services).
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 24th day of March, 2009.
2


NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL ASSISTANCE
The Madison County Health and Hospital District, Madison County, Florida is
complyingwith the requirements of RD Instruction 1842-A by publishing this
notice of intent toapply for financial assistance from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, RuralDevelopment.
The proposed application is for approximately $22,000,000.00 in financial
assistance toconstruct anew 47,000 square foot, 25-bed hospital on an
approximately five acre sitenear North Florida Community College.
A Public Meeting on the proposed project has been scheduled for Monday, April
27,2009, at 12:00 p.m., or as soon as possible thereafter, at the Madison County
MemorialHospital Dining Room. 309 NE Marion St-eet, Madison, Florida. The
public is invited toattend and comment on the proposed,
project.
Madison County Health and Hospital District
Hoard Phillips, Chairman
For questions or further information, please call Mr. David Abercrombie,
CEO/Administrator, Madison County Memorial Hospital, at 850/973-2271



N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case'No.: 2009-117-DR
Division: ___________
Becky McBee Berry
Petitioner
and
Steven Wayne Berry, Jr.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: {Name of Respondent) Steven W. Berry
(respondent's last known address) 17517 SE 28th St. Micanopy, FL 32667
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against ypu and that
yon are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on {name of Petitioner} Becky M. Berry
whose address is PO Box 274 Greenville, FL 32331
on or before (date} 4-20-09, and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at {clerk's address}
PO Box 237, Madison, FL 32341 or 125 SW Range Ave., Madison, Florida
32340
before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders; are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request,
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family Lawv Form 12.915.) Future papers in this
lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Famiily Law Rules of Procedure, requires
certain --
automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: 3-9-09
-CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk



REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
COUNTY ATTORNEY SERVICES .
*. i' "
The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida is
seeking sealed proposals from law firms and individual attorneys for County
Attorney. SenicrEs.
An original and six copies of sealed' proposals should be submitted by hand"
delivery to the office.of The County Coordinator of Madison County, Flori-
da, at the Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney St., Room
219, Madison, Florida or by mail to Post Office Box 539, Madison, Florida
32341, before 4:00 p.m., on Friday, April 24, 2009. Sealed proposals should
be clearly marked "Proposal for County Attorney Services." Questions re-
garding the RFP, or requests for more detailed information such as the
Scope of Work, Minimum Qualifications, and Proposal Instructions may be
directed to the office of the County Cgordinator (850) 973-3179.'
Madison County reserves the right to reject any and all prrposals,-_topjegoti-
ate.changes in the new scope of york or services to be, provided, and to oth-
erwise waive any technicalities or informalities and to award the contract in
the best interest of the County. EEO/AA



[N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
[N MND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
THOMAS J. BEGGS, IV CASE O:08-621-CA
Plaintiff,
vs.
BEVERLEY GEORGE-JORDAN; UNKNOWN TENANT NO.
1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Default Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated March 25, 2009, in the above reference case in which
THOMAS'J. BEGGS, IV is Plaintiff, and BEVERLEY GEORGE-JORDAN;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION. OR HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I TIM SANDERS,
Clerk of the Court, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the front
steps of the West door of the Madison County Courthouse in Madison, Flori-
da, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as practicable), on the 24Tm day of
April 2009. the following described property set forth in the Default Final
Judgment of Foreclosure:
Oak Hills 19
A portion of Section 15, Township 2 North, Range 10 East, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at a concrete monument marking the northeast cornet of said sec-
tion 15, thence South 00*09'21" West along the east line of said section 15 a
distance of 1321.10 feet to a concrete monument marking the northeast cor-
ner of the South Half (S 1/2) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of said section
15; thence continue South 00"09 '21" West along said east line and along the
east line of the North Half(N 1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of said sec-
tion 15 a distance of 2642.19 feet to a concrete monument marking the south-
east corner of said N 1/2 of SE 1/4; thence North 89056 '14 West along the
said south line of said N 1/2 of SE 1/4 a distance of 1194.15 feet to the south-
east corner and POINT OF BEGINNING of
A portion of Section 31, Township 1 North, Range 11 East, being morepartic-
ularly described as follows: .
Commence at a rebar marking the southwest corner of said Section 31, thence
South 8955 '28 East along the south line of said Section 31 a distance of
1325.23 feet to a concrete monument; thence South 89<'55 '47 East along
said south line a distance of 441.68 feet; thence North 00 IT 20" East a dis-
tance of 530.77 feet to the southwest corner and POINT OF BEGINNING of
the following described parcel; thence continue North OO'T 7 '20 East a dis-
tance of 265.30 feet; thence South 89"59'21 "East a distance of 886.03 feet to
the east line of the South Half(S '/2) of the Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of said
Section 31; thence South 00"26'25 West along said east line a distance of
26531 feet; thence North 89"59 '21" West a distance of 88533 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 539 acres, more or less. Building ex-
ception: 03-08-h
SUBJECT TO existing county road rights-of-way along the easterly line of the
above-described parcel.
ALSO SUBJECT TO those easements for utilities as more particularly de-
scribed in the Official Records for Madison County, Florida OR Book 690,
Pages 215 through 219.
AND ALSO SUBJECT TO those Restrictions and Protective Covenants as
more particularly described in OR Book 685, Pages 194 through 7U7
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
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 SALE.
[Note: In accordance with Rule 2.065, Florida Rules of Judicial Administra-
tion, please be advised as follows: If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact
Court Administrator, Post Office Box 1569,.Lake City. Florida 32056-
1569, Telephone: (386) 758-2163, within two (2) working days of your receipt
of this Notice or pleading. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please call: 1-
800-955-87.71.]


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NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 83. PART IV
Under the Authority of the Self-Service Storage Facility Act, Section 83.805
thedescribed below has been seized for nonpayment of rent and other accrued
expenses. Property consists primarily of household & personal goods in units
rented by: Lakisha Solomon and Tracey Tillman. The property will be sold at
auction to the highest bidder as provided by the Setf-Storage Facility Act, Sec-
tion83.806. The sale will be held Saturday April 11,2009 at 9:00 A.M, at the
Madison Mini Storage, 1098 E, US. 90, in Madison, Florida. For further
information call 973-6246.


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As Clerk of the Court
By; Ramona Dickinson
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Exhibit "A."
Begin at the SW corner of Lot of A. C. Sasser on Horry Street in the town of
Madison, Florida, From thence run South 52 feet. Thence run East 97 feet to
L6t
owned by Lola Rowe, thence run North 52 feet to Lot owned by A. C. Sasser,
Thence run West 97 feet to the Place of Beginning,-In the Town of Madison,
and
Lying and begin in Section 7, Township 1 North, Range 9 East. MADISION
COUNTY, FLORIDA


WITNESS my hand and the official seal of said Court, this 25th day of March,'
2009 at Madison, Madison County, Florida,

TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Karen M. Holman
Deputy Clerk
Scot B. Copeland
LAW OFFICES OF SCOT B. COPELAND, P.L.
FBN: 0156681
174 East Base Street
Madison, FL 32340
Ph: 850.973.4100
Attorney for Plaintiff


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