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Our 144th Year, Number 34


School
District
Earmarked
For Stimulus
Package
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Of all the responsi-
bilities outside the class-
room that fall on school
district administration,
none are more devastat-
ing than being forced to
cut personnel. The dead-
line for notification of
Snon-recommeidation for
the next school year is
May 1, so notices have al-
ready been sent.
Sitting in the back-
ground, however, is a big
bag of cash totaling
$2.2 million according to
the State Department of
Education earniarked
for the Madison C6unty
School District, but
there are a-lot of stipula-
tions attached to it, and
word won't be final unt il
:next month at the earli-
est.
Of the budget sce-
narios presented to the
school board over the
last few months, a loss of
- $2.9 million was used for
mandatory end-of-
Pledse see Stimulus
Package, Page 4A

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Tunes Up' or



April 27 concert
at Van H. Priest
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The staffing and pro-
gram losses at North
Florida Community Col-
lege are an unfortunate
apd unavoidable by-t
product of the economy,
Slain and simple. Still,
the losses to the college
and the community are.
.evident. And even
'though college leader-
ship has done an, exem-
plary job trying to
preserve all its valuable
resources, the Jazz En-
semble is a program that
has brought sweet music
to the ears of Madison'
County for years and it
will be missed.
Closing the curtain
on a program noted for
its flair and style, Dr. Re-
becca. Burkart has
arranged final perfor-
mances that. 'music
lovers of all ages:are
sure to enjoy. Taking a
musical trip back to the
1980s, an Api-il 27 con-
cert will be held at Van
*H. Priest Auditorium at 7
p.m. and will showcase
the talent of NFCC mu-
sic students as they fin-,
ish the spring term.
There is no charge
for the event that is so
rich in entertainment,
featuring guest perform-
ers from the community
as well.
The Music Programs
that remain at the col-
l6ge are exceptional, ahd
' although the Jazz En-
semble was an unfortu-
nate loss, this concert is
a great opportunity to
send the performers and
Burkart a warm mes-
sage from a community,
and show them how
S Please see Jazz
Ensemble, Page 4A


Friday, April 24, 2009


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Madison, Florida


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Madison To Apply

For USDA Grant

And More


Rick Davis
By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing-Inc.
Madison's Visioning
Tour on March 19 is al-
ready bearing fruit. Po-,
lice Chief Rick Davis
reported to the city com-
missioners that the U.S,
Department of. Agricul-
ture (who sponsored the
tour) is offering the city
a grant to remodel the
upstairs of the police de-
partment building, in-
stall an elevator and


Socal ini rides uppo 3l1ood Vietims
By Michael Curtis,
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County is blessed with a rich spiritual history that goes beyond de-
nomination and background, which has been illustrated in the phenomenal ef-
forts to assist flood victinis throughout the county For several weeks, since the
first news of displaced residents started coming in, local ministries have re-
sponded with a flood of their own.. .a flood of support.
Two of these groups, the Middle Florida Baptist Association and the Unit-,
ed Methodist Cooperative Ministries, have spearheaded local relief efforts in
close coordination with emergency services. From comfort kits consisting of
toiletries and other basics often taken for granted at home, to meals, muck-out
and clean up. requests for resources is quickly piling up.
Since April 8, almost 1800 meals have been distributed from the kitchens at
Lee First Baptist Church alone, with larger cleanup requests already being re-
ceived by the Florida Baptist Disaster Relief Team. Shower facilities are also
available. The Disaster Depot, located adjacent to the UMCM Thrift Store on
Pinckney near the County Jail, has also been providing a number of cleaning
supplies as well.
Those wanting to join these volunteer efforts, or to make a timely donation,
organizers gratefully thank you in advance. Contact information is a follows:
Middle Florida Baptist Association
P. 0. Box 702
Madison, FL 32341
(850) 973-8607
United Methodist Cooperative Ministries
135 NE Dill Street
Madison, FL 32340
(850) 929-4938


Rail Service Returning To Region


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Standing at Wash-
ington, D.C.'s Union Sta-
tion, one of the most
traveled railway stations
in the nation, Vice Presi-
dent Joe Biden recently
announced that Amtrak
will receive $1.3 billion
in grant funding from
the recently enacted
American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act
(ARRA), to expand pas-
senger rail capacity.


"Over 28 million pas-
sengers ride Amtrak
each. year. That's about
500,000 passengers a
week or 80,000 a
day," said Vice President
Biden. "For too long, we
haven't made the invest-
ments we needed to
make Amtrak as safe, as
reliable, as secure as it
can .be. That ends
now. The funds in the Re-
covery Act for Amtrak
will help create jobs and
at the same time, repair


and update critical
needs of our nation's in-
frastructure. This is the
Obama Administration
keeping its promise to
America."
In addition to help-
ing Amtrak achieve a
state of good repair for
its critical infrastruc-
ture and assets, the pro-
jects to be funded
through the ARRA will
result in tangible bene-
Please See Rail
Service, Page 4A


purchase two fully-
equipped police cars. He
explained that the fund-
ing will be a mix of
grant money and a low-
interest loan.
Davis -said, "This
sprang from the Vision-
ing Day. I think this is an
outstanding opportunity
_o make that upstairs us-
able."
Considering the
matter at their regular
meeting on April 14, the
commissioners ex-
pressed diverse opin-
ions. Sumpter James
said, "We need to use
good judgment and con-
sider the economy."
Myra Valentine said,
"This is too good to let it
pass us by."
Harold Emrich, City
Please see Grant, Page
4A


Internet Business

Workshops Coning

To Madison



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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing,jInc.
As unemployment
rises in America, there
is one sector of the econ-
omy that continues to
grow. This industry is"
still new enough that
'virtually anyone 'can
still get in on the action,
' the only one that in-
cludes commerce for
both adults and chil-
dren, has entertainment
of all shapes and sizes,
and has-made far more
millionaires in the last
few decades than all oth-
er new businesses oppor-
tunities combined. That
industry is the Internet.
Right up front, it's
important, and hopeful-
ly obvious, that there is
an inappropriate side of
the Internet, which'
could be -compared to
adult cable channels. So,
from a standpoint of
children using the Inter-
net, precautions should
and can easily be imple-
mented.
That said, for most
people, the Internet is
simply about emails,
with just about every-
body understanding how
email wbrks. Of course,
these people also know


that the Internet has
Web sites, but still most
do not use them very of-
ten, It is actually the
youth of Anerica that
have the most devoted
use of the Internet, espe-
cially *because schools
have made computers
and the Internet a cen-
tral focus of learning.
So, with so much fo-
cus and opportunity on
the Internet, why are
there still so few in
Madison County that
have business on it or
make any money from
it? Think about it. The
Internet can be accessed
from Madison County as
easily as it can from New
York or Miami. Con-
sumers using the Inter-
net to buy something, or
those visiting social Web
sites like Facebook or
MySpace, don't care
where a merchant is lo-
cated, as long as they are
reputable.
For instance, this re-
porter has a family
member who makes
good money on the Inter-
net with eBay, buying
and selling everything
from used electronics to
Please see Internet
Workshop, Page 4A


Pineland Missionary
Baptist To Celebrate
Pastor's Anniversary
On Sunday, April 26, Pineland Missionary Bap-
tist Church will celebrate Rev. Charlie Barfield's
22nd anniversary as the pastor of the church.
The guest speaker for the day will be Rev. Ran-
dall Hines, along with his church family from Atta-
pulgus, Ga.
You are cordially invited to attend this special
service and celebration of Barfield's work with the
church.
Contact Pearl Curry for more information at
(850) 228-0481.


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Friday, April 24, 2009


Two Gentlemen And A Lady


Bernard
Wilson was a
gentleman, no
matter what he -
said about it.
He said that he
could not be a
gentleman be-
cause he was
only an enlist-
ed man in the
military. To be a gentleman, he said,
you had to be an officer.' Otherwise,
you were called a dogface or a GI. That
may be how the military saw Bernard
Wilson. I saw him as a true gentleman.
I met Bernard Wilson after I be-
gan working at the newspaper. He
wrote the veterans and military news
column for the paper. He would bring
it into the office for me to type. While
there, he would always speak for a few
moments, peppering the conversation
with wisdom he had learned in his life
as a rear tail gunner during World
War II, as a manager for Florida Pow-
er, as a city commissioner, as the Vet-
erans Service officer and as a
Christian.
Qne story that still sticks out to me
to this day is the one that he told me
about the turkey .shoots they held
while he was growing up in South
Georgia. He pointed out that back
then, they didn't shoot at a target.
They put a bunch of turkeys in a pen,
and the first one that stuck 'his neck
out got his head blown off. The story
stuck with me and serves as an exam-
ple of how we should be humble. He
did later tell me, however, that some-
times you do have to stick your neck
out. The second story reminds me of
how sometimes you have to make a
sacrifice for the good of others. You
have to be willing to get your head shot
off.


Bernard Wilson was a gentleman
until the end when he died last week.
Ruth Hagen was a lady She was
also the fastest typist I believe that I
have ever seen. She also had the
unique ability to edit as she typed. Last
week, when we ran her obituary on the
front page, I was tempted to use the
hearisne "World s' Gretest Typeset-
ter" passes away. .
Have missed Mrs, Ruth sinceshe
retired. She had an innate ability to


take stuff
that had
been handed
her from off
Lad d the street
y ..,, and make it
flow like
Ernest Hem-
ingway or
John Stein-
beck had
written it. She could also interpret
Andy Denonn's writing.
Andy, who died years ago, was a bit
eccentric but he was great at gathering
news. He was not, however, good at
writing it in a form that made sense.
That was left to others, including Mrs.
Ruth who could turn a sow's ear into a
silk purse. Andy banged away at the
typewriter (he wasn't allowed near
computer keyboards) with his two in-
dex fingers (and he was almost as fast
as Mrs. Ruth, only with a lot fewer cor-
rect words per minute) and'he would
turn it in. When Mrs. Ruth retired, I
inherited her duties with Ahdy's sto-
ries. That, however, is not why I missed
her. She had a delightful sense of hu-
mor and she was not afraid to say what
she wanted.
Wilmer Bell was also a gentleman.
A friend of my father's and a cousin of
my mother (and myself), he was al-
ways one who entertained with a story
and he always provided fruit from his
adopted hometown of Vero Beach each
Christmas. He and my father used to
run a candy route together and my
daddy tells a story of how, while on the
candy route, they came up on a dead
man, who had left John Hill's bar on 53
South and had been hit by a truck,
hauling a load of wood chips to Foley
Wilmer's death last week affected
my father profoundly and, I know, that
it had to have affected his close family
members even more profoundly
All three iof these people will be
missed. Each one had a way of show-
ing in different ways how others
should be treated. I believe that each of
them did like Jesus and did unto oth-
ers as they would have done unto
them.


Jacob Bembry, eflitor, can be
reached at. Jqfcob@greenepulblishi-
ng.com. His blog can be found online at
www.jacob-bembry.blogspot.com.


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Advertising Sales
Representatives
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Classified and
Legal Ads
Stacy Martin
Deadline for classifieds
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Deadline for
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Wednesday at 5 p.m.
There will be a $3 charge
for affidavits.

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Department
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New Enterprise established 1901
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From Four Freedoms And Fun

slides To Flowers. F eiri8l

And Love. Ti sa 8 8een

AnoIver ueatuiPul Wee@end

~Wi~i 4reat 1Wealher


W e
started the
day five
minutes late
for the
Madison
Down Home
Days' Four
Freedoms
Festival pa-


Sheree Miller
Columnist


rade, although we were still in time
to enjoy it. After the parade, we spent
a few hours walking around visiting
the vendors and friends. We also let


our grandson, Ksaric, enjoy sipping,
sliding and bouncing on the air filled
rides.
We had a short -.
break before we were
expected to attend Matt ,
and Michelle Dietz's ;
wedding at 5:00 p.m. An
unusual yet beautiful
ceremony took place on
the front steps of the
McMullen house behind
the Lee City Hall.
The' ceremony be-
gan with the arrival of
two tiny barefoot
fairies, sporting wings
and spreading ivy
leaves as they walked
down the aisle past the
crowd, one of which
was my first grandchild
Trinity. They were so
cute, followed by the
rest of the wedding party, which in-
cluded my son, Chris, and his wife,
Jennifer.
The bridesmaids were in casual
black dresses, barefoot as well, acces-
sprized with light green earrings, and
green painted nails carrying simple


bouquets of
white daisies
accented with
the light
green. The
groomsmen
were dressed
in jeans and
black satin.
vests over


white shirts, completed with simple
suit jackets. The two tiny grooms-
men, one which was Matt and
Michelle's son Rowan, who was the
keeper of the ring pillow, were
dressed in cute little light green
sweater vests, white shirts, dark
pants, sporting their fluorescent
green "Mohawk" haircuts.
Then Mike Register escorted his
daughter Michelle down the aisle.
She was very beautiful in a full
length, cream colored, satin gown,
accessorized with light green jewelry,
carrying a beautiful bouquet of
white and green daisies topped with
a Monarch butterfly. Matt stood anx-
iously awaiting her arriva! in his full
Naval Military Blues. The c~ emony
cain together perfectly, followed by a
dinner and reception on the grounds.
Matt and Michelle, along with
Scott. Kelly, Ashley Dietz, Bradley
Thomas, Trey Williams and Morgan
Bishop have all practically grown up.
with my son, Chris. They have been
friends since grade school. My hus-
band Kevin and I feel like we are
their second parents. I've seen these
kids grow from three-and-a-half feet
to six feet tall over the years. (well,
with the exception of Michelle, she


tops oui less man live ieer ta i Vu ).
My, how time flies. I thought I felt old
when they all graduated. Life Goes
On!!
Congratulations!! Matt and
Michelle and Rowan.
See You Next Week!!










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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


4-H Summer Day

Camps 2009
Looking for something for your child to do dur-
ing the long summer days? Why not get them in-
volved in 4-H Day Camps? .
4-H Camp Cherry Lake
June 8th-12th
Overnight $175
This is an overnight camp at Cherry Lake. The
students participate in swimming, archery, fishing,
kayaking, field games, campfires and more! The cost-
is $175 per student.,

Arts & Crafts Day Camp
June 17th-18th
8 a.m. 3 p.m. $20
A This two .day camp is filled with crafts to make
and take home. Students wilY be creating things
from duck tape flowers to clay creations. We will also
be making art from objects found in nature. If your.
student loves art then they will love this day camp!

Photography Camp
June 29th-July 1st
8 a.m. 3 p.m. $20
Students will bring their own digital cameras
and learn how.to take fun and exciting photos! We
will focus on different types 6f pictures like artistic,
magic, nature and more! Wewill have our pictures
printed and create our own scrapbook to take home.
Kitchen Adventures _
S July 6h-th
S8 aim.- 3 p.m. $20
f Students will learn how to cook from recipes..
r They will learn about nutrition, health and fitness.
They will receive recipe cards of everything that
they make to take home and try with their, parents.
If your child likes to cook than they will really enjoy
this day camp.

S Sewing Day Camp
July'13th-15th
- 9,a.m.. 12 p.m. $10 + supplies
2:,-. Students Will be making baby blankets and oth-
Ser projects. 'Any level of sever is invited. Beginners
., will learnthe basics while intermediates will work
-on harder projects. There w ill be a supply list to pick
'up from the extension office.
All 4-H Day Camps aie for youth ages 8-18 (as of
September 1, of the current year). If your child is in
high school and looking to get some volunteer hours
- this is a great opportunity to work with younger stu-
' dents and to have fun! For more information about
o'Day Camps please call 973-4138 and ask for Heather
'Johnson, 4-H Agent.,.


Spring Is Surstii
Oh, the
beauteous
shades of
Spring the
reds, whites
and blues of 'h
lilies,' irises
and gerani-
ht'%. + l ,.l -


lows and
pinks of daffodils, roses and aza-
SI leas; the gold of the raintree
which follows the pure white of
IN ythe dogwood; and the lovely pur-
ple and pink of the violets with
all the multi
shades of green in Oh how I v
the curtains of the There's a
stage on which rom
A .they all are In th
starred. And we, Oh, how Iv
their audience, sit For the bu
spellbound before of S
the genius of the Is]
Creator of this
grand and glorious extravaganza,
the One who chose us to receive
seasonal tickets to this amazing
once-a-year event..
,1 Ah, Spring-how we love thee!
-l And now from the glorious to
the mundane. I offer sincere
apologies to the many who offered
Smaller donations for the Lee Day
G o Festival, which were not picked
GVoo up by us or not delivered by them
M 0- a | which ever the case may be.
O lR ilt This year, for the first time, I
was not physically able to make
,the rounds myself and, though
Subscribe today to Michael Curtis helped consider-
enjoy your local news ably, he really was much too busy
enjoy y0ur local news to do all that was needed for, be-
at the start Of every sides hisjob, he was in charge of
Wednesday and Fridayl all the children's activities and
the results showed how wonder-
Just $30 in county fully well he did that.
and $38 out of county. And, although I called to re-
and $38 out of county.
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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of'Madison County, Florida, proposes to repeal previously adopted
Ordinance No. 2009-181 in its entirety, as follows:
Ordinance No. 21109-181 in itseniiety CPA03-3. an application byvthe Board ofCountx
Commnsioners. tno mend thie ltext iofIh Capital impt,rcmenlh Element of th c'Cmprehenmsive' '
" '."'",- Plan by amending Goal VI'Ilo'mcludc the definition of financial leaibhlit. by 'amending
> Pii )bjecidtVffl f to ddiftideibllyifeasiblb~eaplaitfmtpridV4ntbidgeand sched ofc ital
improvements, adding Policy VIII.1.4 concerning the annual capacity assessment of existing
facilities to address.any existing or projected deficiencies in adopted level of service standards,
amenditig.Objeetive VIIL4 to add maintaining an annual capital improvements budgeting
process, amending Policy VIII.4.l to add financially feasible capital improvements budget, and
by amending the Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvements.
MADISON COUNTY


















Public hearing concerning to consider enactment of the ordinance repealing previously adopted Ordinance
No. 2009-181 in its entirety will be conducted by the Board of County Commissioners on May 6, 2009 at
9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the Courthouse Annex,1Board Room, located
at 229 Southwest Piickney Street, Madison, Florida.



AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, REPEALING ORDINANCE
NO. 2009-181 IN ITS ENTIRETY; RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF THE
MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS AMENDED, UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, CPA 08-3, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDING
GOAL VIII TO INCLUDE THE DEFINITION OF FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY, AMENDING
OBJECTIVE VI.1 TO ADD FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGET AND SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, ADDING POLICY VIII. 1.4
CONCERNING THE ANNUAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING FACILITIES TO
ADDRESS ANY EXISTING OR PROJECTED DEFICIENCIES IN ADOPTED LEVEL OF
SERVICE STANDARDS, AMENDING OBJECTIVE VIII.4 TO ADD MAINTAINING AN
ANNUAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGETING PROCESS, AMENDING POLICY
VIII.4.1 TO ADD FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET, AND
AMENDING THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice concerning the matter will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the
ordinance repealing previously adopted Ordinance No. 2009-181 on the date, time and place as referenced
above.
Copies of the ordinance repealing previously adopted Ordinance No. 2009-181 are available for public
inspection at the Courthouse Annex, Office of the County Coordinator, located at 229 Southwest Pinckney
. Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.


ng Out All Over!
mind most of
those who
promisedd do-
Sations last
/all that the
elma Thois estival was
Guest t 'i., near, I'm
: -.,. ti sure some
forgot again
and they are
forgiven, of course. I will not
name them, either. But I will cite
two examples on opposite sides.
Valdosta Coca Cola's Manager
was gung-ho when I contacted
him, especially
ant to dance, when he heard
feeling of Winn-Dixie was go-
ance ing to be involved;
air he was going to
rant to sing- contact them, be in-
sting forth volved in decora-
ring tions and send the
ere. Coke Wagon for the
day. But his inter-
est, for some reason, apparently
waned for in ensuing weeks I
could not get in touch with him-
he never returned my calls.
On the other hand, Don Curtis,
though he did not send his pledge
in advance, called a few days be-
fore to say he would be there on
Lee Day and would use his pledge
to buy a cake. He came, showed me
the reminder, which I had sent,
and then paid over a hundred dol-
lars for the cake. Thanks, Don, I
do like people who keep their
word! And we had many who did.
Again, I apologize to all of
those whose pledges' were not
picked up. They can still be used if
you can get them to Lee Town Hall
for bills are waiting to be paid so,
be it cash, merchandise or gift
certificates, please bring it on!
And we thank you, one and all!


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Manager, commented, "This is the easiest of op-
portunities we see."
Valentine, Jim Catron and Judy Townsend
voted to approve the loan application. James vot-
ed against it.
Davis also said that he will apply for a COPS
Hiring Recovery Program (CHRP) grant in the
amount of $288,000 to cover three years for hiring
new officers: His application for a JAG Formula
Program Recovery grant requests $17,000 for
equipment.
The commissioners authorized Davis to make
application for those grants.
In other business, Townsend said she has re-
ceived several complaints about Comcast closing
its local office and inquired about a solution.
City Attorney Clay Schnitker explained that a lo-
cal office is not part of the personal contract, but
suggested that such a clause be included in the
next contract.
Mayor Jim Stanley reported on results of the
flooding in the county and the aid that has come
in. "Orange County sent. people with a million-
dollar command center,. St. John's sent rescue
and other workers who helped 24 hours a day all
week. Madison sent an employee on loan for the
week. One-hundred-forty-nine homes on the river
have been damaged or destroyed. I am proud of
the community and the cities that sent help."
Emrich announced that the city's employees
received a plaque'in recognition of their contri-
butions to the United Way.
The board selected Catron as their liaison
with the Madison County Commission to United
Way.



Rail Service

cont from Page 1A

fits to Amtrak's passengers, including increased
capacity (with fewer sold-out trains), improved op-
erational reliability, and increased passenger com-
fort and accessibility at stations. Refurbished
rolling stock that is returned to service may also be
available for use on new State-supported routes.
The Vice President also noted that Amtrak's
hiring for ARRA. projects represents a major in-
vestment not just in infrastructure, but also in the
railroad's employees. As a large portion' of Am-
trak's skilled workforce nears retirement age,
workers-hired for ARRA projects will be trained
and ready to step in to a long-term role on the rail-
road.
On May 9th, Amtrak presents its second annu-
al-National Train Day with events across the coun-
try marking the impact of railroads on America's
past, present and future. May was chosen for the
month's special significance in railroad histo-
ry. On May 10, 1869, the golden spike was driven
into the final tie joining the Central Pacific and
Union Pacific railways creating the nation's first
transcontinental railroad. For the first time, east
and west were connected and America was a uni-
: fied nation. Yet, Amtrak's only coast to coast pas-
senger train still sets idle upon arrival in, New
Orleans, failing to complete its transcontinental
route.
Madison sits on the east leg coming out of New
Orleans, heading for Jacksonville and Orlando. Al-
though funding is returning to Amtrak, local orga-
nizers ask everyone to join a petition to support
and ensure lodal restoration efforts. Simply visit
www.petitiononline.com.
Signing the petition shows support
for restoration of the Sunset Limited east of New
Orleans to Jacksonville on a daily ba-
sis. Restoration of service will also increase invest-
ment in infrastructure, which will help combat
rising unemployment along the Gulf Coast and in
North Florida. To learn more about The Sunset
Limited efforts, visit www.sunsetteam.net.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
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Internet Workshop MadisonCounty...

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antique furniture. The bottom line is that people are
desperately searching for new ways to provide for
themselves and their family, and the Internet is a
fantastic frontier with a level playing field. Most of
all, little to no money is needed to get started.
Locally, business volunteers have joined- with
Madison Media Group to explore these employment
and business opportunities by offering a free work-
shop on using the Internet for business, as well as
the skills necessary to attract key partnerships to
expand business. The job market is shifting, and
tens of billions of dollars are going into the Internet
every year, which can be started from Madison
County.
Unfortunately, so many phony infomercials and
ads claim to provide easy Internet fortune, which is
completely unrealistic. However, with the right pro-
ject and support of community partners, these af-
fordable start-up businesses can and do succeed,
ultimately growing into full-time income. As always,
a huge key to success is the time put into the project,
so again, starting up an Internet business is mostly
about time initially, and not about spending dollars.
Lastly, there isn't a better time to prepare and
build a new enterprise than when the economy is
down. That gives time to prepare and build to be
ready to go when it picks back up. Fortunately, when
it comes to the Internet, there are so many cate-
gories of businesses, too. Then after traffic (visitors)
to the site picks up, revenue can build from orga-
nized regional and national advertising, which is ex-
actly what Madison Media Group, is offering at no
charge, preferring instead to work as a minor busi-
ness partner to guarantee a win-win scenario.
These classes will. be conveniently located at a
downtown conference center on Pinckney. For more
information, contact Jacob Bembry and Michael
Curtis. They can be reached at (850) 973-4141 or by
email at mcurtis@madisonmediagroup.org.


Jazz Ensemble

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much they're appreciated.
For more information, contact Dr. Rebecca
Burkart at (850) 973-1643 or email music@nfcc.edu.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


Stimulus Package

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school-year budgeting, which resulted in the loss of
several dozen personnel. So, when word of return-
ing $2.2 million to the budget was announced, all
hoped it would be available to recapture most lost
employees. Unfortunately Uncle Sam and Florida
have to finish arm wrestling over it first there are
trade-offs, agreements and waivers that must be ex-
changed and then the state legislative budget has
to be completed.
In the meantime, everyone waits.
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4/15/09
Timothy E. Mc-
Duffie No valid dri-
vers license
Lawrence Richard
Stirrat Battery on a
child
Bernell Enrico
Baxter Battery (do-
mestic violence)
Desi Marquis But-
ler Battery (domestic
violence)
Quonisha Lashelle
Dobson Shoplifting
(petit theft)
4/16/09
Christopher
Brown VOP (circuit)
Robert Edwards
Daniels VOP (circuit)
Charles Alexander
Lindsay VOP (circuit)
4/17/09
Raymond Ghent -
disorderly conduct
Danya Renee Wills
- Violation of injunc-


tion
Samuel Bryan Gay
- Out of county war-
rant
Kendrick Bernard
Brown Grand theft
4/18/09
Robert Chandler
Wood-VOP .
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Guerrier Out of
county warrant
Carldon Glenn
Houck DUI, posses-
sion of marijuana less
than 20 grams
4/19/09
Thaddeus Dont6
Dye VOP
Wilbert Clarence
Sears VOP
4/20/09
Bobby Ray Jenk-
ins, Sr. Aggravated
assault (domestic vio-
lence, theft/shoplifting
Jannie Lavetta
Hodge Criminal reg-
istration
Allister Emmanuel
Charles, Jr. Posses-
sion of marijuana with
intent to distribute,
possession of a firearm
in the commission of a
felony, possession of
drug paraphernalia
4/21/09
James Dale Wim-
satt Burglary, grand
theft
Roberto Vivono
Camero Criminal reg-
istration
Joseph Caleem
Warren Out of coun-
ty warrant


FAMU STUDENT

SENTENCED
Thomas F Kirwin, United States Attorney f6r the
Northern District of Florida, announced today the sen-
tence of Christopher Jacquette, 29, of Tallahassee, to 22
months' imprisonment for aggravated identity theft,
unauthorized access of a: protected computer, and and
conspiracy to commit wire fraud-and unauthorized ac-
cess of a computer, in violation of Title 18, United
States Code, Sections 371, 1028A, 1030, and 1349.
On December 2, 2008, Jacquette entered a guilty
plea to the indictment alleging that he had conspired
with fellow Florida A & M University students
Lawrence Secrease and Marcus Barrington, to hack
into the FAMU computer system for the purpose of
making hundreds of unauthorized grade changes and
changes to the residency status of multiple students at-
tending the university Evidence proffered in support of
Jacquette's plea established that in the course of a
three month period between July and October 2007,
Jacquette and his co-defendants caused the grades of
approximately 90 FAMU students to be changed, effect-
ing changes in approximately 650 grades overall. The
grade changes increased the grade point averages of
the majority of students whose grades were changed,
which in turn, made these students eligible for finan-
cial aid in the form Af grants, scholarships, and loans
to which these students would not otherwise have been
entitled. Approximately 114 of the grade changes at is-
sue were failing "F" grades that were changed to 'A"
grades, which had the effect of awarding students thou-
sands of dollars worth of credit hours to which they
were not entitled. Jacquette and his co-conspirators
also caused the residency status of certain students to
be changed from out-of-state to in-state, thus reducing
the amount of tuition owed to the university by thou-
sands of dollars.
Jacquette and his co-conspirators were paid fees
up to $600 for some of the unauthorized changes. The
conspirators were able to access the FAMU computer
system by surreptitiously installing keystroke loggers
on computers used by employees of the registrar's of-
fice. The keystroke loggers enabled the conspirators to
obtain the secure user names and passwords of FAMU
registrar's office employees. *The conspirators then
used these names and passwords to access the FAMU
computer system to make both grade and residency
changes. After learning that FAMU had reversed the
unauthorized grade changes, the conspirators accessed
the computer system multiple times to change their
grades back, once again improving students' GPAs and
changing failing grades to passing ones.
Jacquette was sentenced to a twenty-two months'
imprisonment and three years of supervised release.


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KYJUNE~!I


Inez Morigan Echerd


Inez Morgan Echerd, 92, of Ja k-
sonville, died April 16, 2009 in Jack-
sonville.
Born in Lafayette, Ga. to Clarence
and Viola Morgan, Inez was a loving
wife and devoted mother, grandmoth-
er, great grandmother, sister, aunt,
neighbor, and friend.
She was a proud charter member
of Southside United Methodist.
Church, having served for 38 years ais
the church financial secretary, fol-.
lowed by assistant to the pastor. She
spent a.lot of time at the church and
was an active member of UMW RIe-
bekah Circle, the Heritage Sunday
School Class and the Joy Group. She
worked in the church nursery foir
many years.
Inez was an active member of the
TLC Lakewood Community Associt-
tion, having lived in that subdivision
for 61 years.
Inez was a world traveler who viLs-
ited every continent but Antarctica.
She was "on the road" until the very
end. She opened her heart and home
(as well as her VW Camper and Astro)
to everyone.
Inez .recently told one of hexr
grandchildren that she has thorough-
ly enjoyed her life, she has fulfilled her


dreams, and she would not change
anything about her life. She was a very
loving woman, whose life was guided
by faith and who lived with Jesus in
her heart.
She is preceded in death by her
husbands, Fred C. Edherd and George
Marvin Roberts; sister, Louise Sfub-
blefield; stepson, Robert Echerd and
stepdaughter, Ann Ihler.
She issurvived by her son, George
M. Roberts (Alyson); daughter, Betty
June Curtis (Nathan); stepdaughter-
in-law, Judy Echen; "chosen daugh-
ters," Pat Ritter and Gwyn Wilson;
brothers, Neal Morgan (Lou) and Pre-
ston Morgan; grandchildren, Scott
Roberts (Amanda), Kimberly Roberts,
M. Morgan Curtis, Nathan Curtis III
(Shannon), Frank Lamb, Leslie Mauck
(Jim), George Lamb (Bonnie) and
Frank Middleton; great grandchil-
dren, Savannah, Sydney, Sadie, Christ-
ian, James, Katie and Jaxon and
numerous nieces, nephews and
beloved friends.
Donations may .be made in Mrs.
Echerd's memory to the Madison
County Foundation for. Excellence in
Education or to Southside Methodist
Church, 3120 Hendricks Avenue, Jack-
sonviUe, FL 32207.


Virgie Ree Mitchell Bennett

Virgie Ree Mitchell Bennett, age ters, Krista Michelle Bennett of Live
55, passed away on April 15, 2009 at Oak and Kimberly Bennett of Valdos-
South Georgia Medical Center in Val ta, Ga.; 19 grandchildren: Corterious
dosta, Georgia.. (Pumpkin) McCloud, SiAsia (Cooda
Funeral services w llbe held at 1 p, Mama) Brown, Brianna Bennett,
m., Saturday, April 25, at New Mt Zio i Nlykah Bennett, .Cloe Bennett, Patri-
Missionary Baptist Church, Cly, contyze Bennett, Monicquia Ben-
attville, Ga., with ;burial at New M:t, nett, Heavenly Faith Bennett, Jordon
Zion M. B., Church Cemetery in, Cly- Bennett, Diamond Bennett, JaterioWs,
attville, Ga. : (Pooh-Pooh) Ealy, Quay'Shaun (Teeny)
Visitation will be Friday, April 24,' Bennett, Charles (Lil-Bit). Livingston
5:30 7 p.m. at Cooks and Cooper Fu. Jr., Jerry (Ikie) Bennett V, Za'Virana
neral Home Chapel in Madison.. Bennett, Torrance Thomas, Jr.,
Mrs. Virgie Ree Mitchell BennetI Ephrain Clark, Jo'Keriya Clark, and
was the daughter of the late Tommy Brianna Bennett; a step-mother, Mary
Mitchell Sr. and late Catherine Mitchell of Valdosta, Ga.; three
Mitchell was born November brothers, Joe Mitchell of At-
,,i,27, 1953 in Madison. .,, lInta, Ga.. Issaac Mitchell
: irgie was converted (Shirley) of Orlando and
at -an early age and be- Johnny Mitchell of Madi-
came a member of the son; four sisters, Irene
New Mount Zion Baptist Ak ins of Madison, Betty
Church, Clyattville, Ga. Mitchell of Lawton, Ok-
She attended a lahoma, Peggy Madison
Madison County Public (Ernest) of Orlanido and
School and P.G. Williams Shirley Whitted (Der-
School in Clyattville. Ga. rick) of Orlando; one un-
S-Virgie met and mar- '& cle, John Thomas of
ried the love of her life. Mr. Cherry Lake; two aunts, Net-
Jerry Bennett, on September 'tie Lee Williams ,of Cherry
21, 1973 and to this union five chil- Lake, and Alberta Irvine of Valdos-
dren were born. Her mother, father,., ta, Ga; mother-in-law Theola (Snook)
brother, and father-in-law preceded her Bennett, brothers and sister-in-laws,
in death. Lewis (Diana) Carter, Carolyn (Willie)
Virgie leaves to cherish her memo- Richardson, Stanley (Virginia) Ben-
ries; a very devoted husband, Jerry nett, Danny Bennett, Gloria Bennett,
Bennett III.; three s.ns, Patrick Ben- Peggy Bennett, Ricky (Ulonda) Ben-
nett of Tallahassee, Jerry (Shantavia) nett, and Cheryl Bennett; a devoted
Bennett IV of Valdosta, Ga., and Der- friend Wilma Siplin; and host of
rick Bennett of Orlando; two daugh-! nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.




wajsack when...

April 22, 1949
Miss Clara Bodenstein has returned to Fort Pierce after a two weeks'
visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bodenstein.
Cadet Waldo Kinsey, Jr., and Sgt. J.R. Cameron, students at Georgia
Military Academy,'returned to College Park last Wednesday, after spending.
the Spring holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Kinsey, Sr., and family of
Pinetta.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kramer of Cairo, Ga., were guests of the H. Kramer
family Wednesday evening. i
The Colon Wells home on West Dade Street is being extensively remo-
dled.
Mr. Moses Kramer of Jacksonville spent the week with Mr. and Mrs.
Hyem Kramer and family

April 24, 1959
Mrs. Frank lacone entertained with a birthday party Tuesday, April 21,
in honor of her son's fifth birthday. Guests were members of the Playhouse
Kindergarten._
Mrs. Beta Paterson returned Friday from a several days' visit with her
cousin, Mrs. Lewis Gatlin, and mother, Mrs. Mattie Johnson, in Greens-
boro, and with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Butler in Havana.
Miss Susie Surles celebrated her 11th birthday with a lovely party Sat-
urday. afternoon at her home in Cherky Lake. Enjoying the occasion with
the honoree were 22 of her friends. Refreshments of birthday cake and
punch were served. Favors were balloons and suckers.
Mrs. W.B. Clark spent several days this week in Panama City visiting


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Town of Greenville 2008 Annual Water Quality Report
We are please to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report Is
designed to Inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our
constant'goal Is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want
you to understand the efforts we make to continually Improve the water treatment process and
protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our
water source Is ground water from two wells. The wells draw from the Floridian Aquifer. Then
the water Is chlorinated for disinfection purposes and fluoridated for dental health purposes.
This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.
If you have any questions about this report or concerns about your water utility, please contact
Town Hall, at 850-94B-2251. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their
water utility. If y.u want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings.
They are held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 pm at Town Hall.
The Town of Greenville routinely monitors for contaminates in your drinking water according
to Federal and State laws, rules and regulations. Except where Indicated otherwise, this report
is based on the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31" 2008.
Data obtained before January 1, 2008 and presented in this report are from the most recent
testing done in accordance with the laws, rules and regulations.
In 2008, The Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on
our system. The assessment was conducted to provide Information about any potential
sources of contamination in the vicinity of our wells. There were six potential sources of
contamination Identified for this system with a high susceptibility level. The assessment
results are available In the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at
mwwwiweg.satets.tfusJeswB or can be obtained from the Town of Greenville.
in the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better
understand these terms we have provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL): The highest level of a contaminant allowed in
drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available
treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG): The level of a contaminate in drinking water
below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGCs allow for a margin of
safety.. '
Parts per billion (ppb) or MIcrograms per liter (14g/l one part by weight of analyte to I
billion partsby weight of the water sample.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/i). One part by weight of analyte to 1
million parts by weight of the water sample.
Maximum ResldualDislnfection Level (MRDL): The highest level of a disinfectant
allowed in drinking water. There Is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is
'necessary for control of' microbial contaminants.
Maximum Residual DisinfeCtant Level Goal (MRDLG):.'The level of a drinking water
disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not
reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Picocurie per liter (pCI/L): A measure of the radioactivity In water.



Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminates in'drinking water than the general
population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing
chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other
Immune system disorders, some elderly, and Infants can be partculariy at risk from Infections.
S These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.
EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of Infection by Cryptosporidium
and other microbiological contaminates are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline
(800-426-4791).
We at the Town of Greenville would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually
improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We ate committed to
insuring the quality of your water. If you have any questions or concerns about the Information
provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed.
S The efolion tabhles'are he wTaterga ts Results:
SContaminntand DNON'SECONDARY CONTAMINANTS TABLE
.DCona'mln Dtesof .MC. Likely Sourceof
unit of sampling violaton L eve MCR o ct MCI.
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N
RADIOLOGICAL CONTAMINANTS .
aim /2026 R 2A NA Erosion of natural
orcomblnedradum 9/2007 deN 01 NAosit 0 s

.. .......... ..
S. |Dates of '" MCL Level ofi MCLGI MCIL ikly o of
*Meaureent Smpe violation Dtect i I s Contamination
_______INORGAMC CONTAMtNATES
Discharge frort
S"' "- petroleum,
efineries fire
Antimony(ppb) 12/28/06 N 0.0011 N/A .006 006 retardants;-
ceramics,
electronics;
'- ............ ... ,s Disciarge ol
I dl~rg wasies
Banum ippml 12/28/0i N 0.0045 NA 20 metlref s;
12' /2 8/ ierostionof
.' nalual dsposlts I ,
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fertilizeruse:
S ',. .' .-'- .' jl :' . .- ieachingfrom
/t' g) 0 N jI? N/A 0 septic tanks,
Nitra ming/l) 2/13108 N 0.1 NIA. 10 10 sewage; erosion
SI0 swa N g sn" 9 N N |6 of natural
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STAGE ti DSi'FETA' TS ANS DIS[NFEC'ION BY-PRODUCTS -
ODsinfectantor r Dates of Mor Range MCI
Contaminant and s MRDL Level MCLG Ukey Source of
Unit of p.D e Velatlo c attedRults ConAamron
M.asr.mnt ,. (mlyr.) Y/N Results in, MRDL ter ad
---- 31 Water additive
Chlorine (ppm) 2008 Na 0.366 4.0 4.0 used to control
Sm___m______ nilcrobes
ot Aids 7/15/2008 N a 13.7 NA NA 60 drinking wer.
TTHM [Total C.- \ product of
trihalometliasl 7//2008 N 246 NA NA drinking wate
(pgb) disinfection
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LEAD AND COPPER (TAP WATER)
Cv TCo smo of household
Copper ( ap plumbing systein. ;oeioi
opper)(PP 11/2007 N 0.0011 N/A 1.3 1.3 ofnatranld depits
water) i u a eachnu f0 wow0

We failed to report required sampling for toluene on time and therefore were In violation of
monitoring and reporting requirements. Because we did not take the required number of
samples, we did not know whether the contaminants were present In your drinking water, and
we are unable to tell you whether your health was at risk during that time. The monitoring
period was 10/01/2008 to 12/31/2008, with the report due to the Department of
Environmental protection by January 10,2009. Results were submitted in february 2008 and
no detections were found for the contaminant.
if present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant
women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components
associated with service lines and home plumbing. Greenville WTP is responsible for providing
high quality drinking'water, but cannot control the variety of materials used In plumbing
components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the
potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using
water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead In your water, you may wish to
have your water tested. Information on lead In drinking water, testing methods, and steps you
can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at
hattgjwww.augactav/saftewateanid.
The sources of drinking water (both tap and water and bottled water) include rivers, takes,
streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or



through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, In some cases, radioactive
material, and can pick up substances from the presence of animals or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present In source water include:
A. Microblal contaminates, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment
plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations and wildlife.
B. Inorganic contaminates, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result
from urban storm water runoff, and industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas
production, mining or farming.
C. Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture,
urban storm water runoff, and residential uses,
D. Organic chemical contaminates, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are
by-products of Industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas
stations, urban storm water runoff and septic systems.
E. Radioactive contaminates, which can be naturaIfy occurring or be the result of oil and gas
production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water Is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit
the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which
must provide the protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small
amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate
that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health
effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency Safe Drinking Water
Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.


In our continuing efforts to maintain a safe and dependable water supply, It may be necessary
to make Improvements In your water system. The costs of these improvements may be
reflected in the rate structure. Rate adjustments may be necessary In order to. address these
Improvements.
Thank you for allowing us to continue providing your family with dean, quality water this year.
In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply, we sometimes need to make
Improvements that will benefit all of our customers. These improvements are sometimes
reflected in rate structure adjustments. Thank you for understanding.






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What To Do If Your Well Is Flooded
Heavy rainfall may have made your water un- the well. Then remove grease and mineral deposits ter away from sensitive plants. If you cannot detect a
safe. If you are unsure about the impact of flooding from accessible parts of the wellhead and flush the bleach odor, repeat the disinfecting process.
on your well water, either use bottled 'Turn off all of the faucets and allow the
water, or boil or disinfect all the wa- bleach to remain in the system for at least
,ter you use for drinking, making bev- D I A f"" Ar g I A D T eight hours.
Serages, cooking, brushing yourteeth, LtI A C H C H A R T i Backwash water softeners, sand fil-
washing dishes, and washing areas of ter!;, and iron removal filters with bleach
uthe skin tell Deth inFet Well Diameter in Inches Again, open all the faucets and run
ur' Common unscented household' Amout of Bleach to Use 2" 4" 5" 6" the water until there is no bleach smell-
bleach (four to. six percent) could be 20' 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup for up to 15 minutes.
used effectively as a chlorine disin- 30' 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 2 cups After disinfecting your well, the water
fectant. Add eight drops (about 1/8 40' 1 cup 1 cup 2 cups 2 cups needs to be tested to verify that it is safe to
-, teaspoon) of unscented household 50' 1 cup 2 cups 2 cups 3 cups drink. Although unscented household
bleach per gallon of water, then let 80' 1 cup, 2 cups 1 qt I qt bleach is effective against microorgan-
* stand for 30 minutes, repeating the 100, 1 cup 3 cups 1 qt 1.5 qts isms, it will not remove chemical contam-
procedure if the water is still cloudy 150' 2 cups 1 qt 2qts 2.5 qts nation that may have gotten into your
An alternative disinfecting method 200' 3 cups 1.5 qts 2.5 qts 3 qts well. Contact your county health depart-
; involves bringing water to a rolling . ment for sampling instructions to get your
boil for one minute. Conversions 8 oz 1 cup /16 oz = 1 pint = 2 cups water tested.
If your well has been flooded, 24 oz = 3 cups /-32 02 = 1 quart / 48 oz = 1.5 quarts ; For further information, please visit
.lease call Madison County Health 64 oz = 2 quarts / 80 oz = 2.5 quarts / 96 oz = 3 quarts www.doh.statefl.us or www.FloridaD-isas-
p Department for information on how terbrg, or call the Madison County Health
to sample your water and where to Department at (850) 973-5000.
,'; bring, the sample for bacteriological testing. If the outside surfaces with 1/2 cup of unscented house-
-; test reveals bacteria, the well and water system need hold bleach in five gallons of water.
,,1 to be disinfected. Turn off the pump. Remove the cap or the well 0 R w d
It is. important to disinfect both well and plumb- plug on the rubber seal. There are many types of well
ing water with unscented household bleach to ensure caps and plugs. If you have questions, you should Free pallhtti "& Meatballs
that all infectious agents are destroyed. If you have contact a licensed well driller. If you have a sub- F I e(paghettU
water treatment devices;, remove all membranes, car- mersible pump, you may also want to contact a li-' Fr 1 Yea
-tridges, and filters and replace them after the chlori- censed well driller for advice on disinfection I
': nation process is completed. The amount of chlorine procedures. For the information
' determines the length of time you allow the bleach to Consult the bleach chart and pour the recom-
". -remain in your system. mended amount of unscented bleach (four to six per- leading tothe arrest and
Department of Health recommends the following cent) solution into the well. Try to coat the sides of y LI and
steps to disinfect a contaminated well: the casing as you pour. If you get bleach on the pump 'n in the
If .the water is discolored before adding the or. wiring, flush it thoroughly with fresh water to pre- conI IVI onofI I th
' -bleach, run the water until it is clear for up to 10 m in- venf lter corrosion. 2 npo"le robb
utes. ; .Re-cap or plug the well opening and wait 30 min- 2peo who, ed the
Turn off and then drain your hot water heater- utes. ( 2 e ho.e .
l' bleach is not effective in water above 105 degrees. Turn on and, if needed, re-prime the pump. Open Spaghetti House owner.
-.)* Remove and replace charcoal filters after the dis- all of the faucets on the system one at a time. Allow
. -inifecting process is completed. the water to run until there is a noticeable smell of i e f
To avoid adding contamination to the well during bleach. You may also want to flush the toilets. If you UagseI Call the
K :disinfection, clean the work area around the top of have outside faucets, youmay want to direct the wa-
> Madison Police Department
DOH Cautions About Mold at973-5077
In Flood Damaed kBuildings Son
.n lod Da age il All Information & Sources Will
'. As Madison County residents N-95 particle respirator (found at most ,
'.'clean and repair their flood damaged local hardware stores). Check with a somuch more! 'Be Kept Confidential..
','homes and buildings, the Department health care provider before wearing a | ._____3a,_Il, , ,
t<,bf. Health, (DOH) urges everyone to respirator. Do not use a respirator if
S' ake pecautionary measures to avoid you have heart disease or chronic lung
.,door air quality problems. Moisture disease such as asthma or emphysema.
-othat enters buildings from flooding ac- Individuals with known mold al-
'.elerates mold growth. Molds can lergies or asthma should not clean or
.. cause disease, trigger allergic reac- remove moldy materials.
'tions and continue to damage materi- Remember to not mix cleaners
als long after the storm. Failure to and disinfectants, as hazardous gases 1 11 1
,- controlo l moisture and mold can present may produce hazardous chemical reac-(
Sshort and long-term health risks, tions. Read and follow label instruc- t. .
To Protect Against Health Risks tions carefully. Open windows and
Associated With Mold: doors to provide plenty of fresh air.
.'.; Remove standing water, from For more information about in- I nrM adisn
"your home or office. door air quality and mold growth, con- 0-A- ___l_ _
S Remove wet materials. tact the Madison County Health
If mold growth has already oc- Department at (850) 973-5000, or call the
curred, carefully remove or clean the Florida Department of Health's Indoor 'Do vou have shortnesS of breath?
.;n:::oldy material. Air Toxics Hotline at 800-543-8279, or
Consider using personal protec- visit the, Department of Health Web
tive equipment when cleaning or re- site at Www.doh.statefl.us and select ,
:': moving mold gloves, goggles and an "mold" from the subject list. Do you have chest pais?

Home Cleanup After The Flooding .Do youhavehighbloodpressure?
:' After flooding, failure be cleaned with soap and rust be air dried in the
to remove contaminated water and disinfected sun and sprayed thor-
materials can cause with a solution of 1 cup of oughly with a disinfec- Do you have igh cholesterol?
health risks. Water must bleach to five- gallons of tant.
be removed as quickly as water. Steam-clean all car-
p possible since it may con- Thoroughly disin- peting. *, h .',2,.1 f e 1ith* hart
I lain material from over- feet surfaces that come in Fiberboard, fibrous a D0 y h ae ta mly member WlUi lear
.! flowing sewage systems. contact with food and insulation and disposable '
If there has been a children's play areas. filters that have contacted
Sbackflow of sewage into Wash all linens and floodwater or sewage p*
the house, the following clothing in hot water or should be replaced in
measures should be taken dry-clean. your heating and air con- y i n s
,' to ensure proper clean up!: .* Items that cannot be ditioning system. DO yOu have unexplained dizziess or
Walls. hard-surfaced washed or dry-cleaned, Wear rubber boots
floors and many other such as mattresses arid and waterproof gloves ati* ?
household surfaces must upholstered furniture, during cleanup. -
"_______* Be careful about "
S' 1 mixing household clean-
: Shady Grove Grocery is now ers and dis infectants, as Ifyouansweredye tonyofthquestions oumay
-',. cmbnig ea s Uil answer es to an ofte quiestions, you mnay have


UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP of productscan produce
toxic fumes and result i heartorbloodvessel problesand maybeat risk for a stroke
SROCKY'Sinjury or death.
at Shady Grove can be difficult to or a heart attack.
at corthrow away items in a
. located at the corner of 221 & CR14 home, particularly those
(850) 584-2596 wh erntkenHeart Attacks and Strokes can be Prevented!
SERVING A WIDE items soaked by sewage
VOF or floodwaters may be un-
ShatVARIETY OF ygger, mant Call 973-86oo00 to get an evaluation.
*.- rials "that cannot be
:thoroughly cleaned and
'^ ^dried within 2448 hours
should be discarded. All testing done locally, in office in Madison.
7 DAYS A W EEK! For further informa-
: _____tion, please contact your
local county health de-
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF apartment at (850) 973-5000
NUTRENA FEED. or visit www.doh.sta-
tefl.us or www.Floridadi-
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Friday, April 24, 2009


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


Keep On Reading, Continued


2009 Reading of.the Bible -
Madison Gazebo 5.:30 p.m. April 13

Continued from the April 22 Path of Faith

He reminds us again in I Peter 1:22-25: "Now that
you have purified yourselves by obeying the truth so
that you have sincere love for your brothers, love one
another deeply, from the heart. For you have been
born again, not of perishable seed, but of imperish-
able, through the living and enduring word of God.,
For [and he quotes Isaiah] all men are like grass and
all their glory is like the flowers of the field, the grass
withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord
stands forever."
During this week, as you come to read together
or come alone, please know that the Lord delights in
you. We have celebrated His resurrection and know
that He lives! We have experienced God's grace and
believed. What a divine appointment, that following
Jesus' Resurrection, here we are, reading the Bible
cover to cover. This divine appointment reminds us
of the story Jesus told in Luke of the rich man and
the beggar: "There was a rich man who was dressed
in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every
day At his gate was laid a beggar named Lazarus,
covered with sores and longing to eat what fell from
the rich man's table. Even the dogs came and licked
his sores. The time came when the beggar died and
the angels carried him to Abraham's side. The rich
man also died and was buried. In hell, where he was
in torment, he looked up and saw Abraham far away,
with Lazarus by his side. So he called to him, 'Father
Abraham, have pity on me aid send Lazarus to dip
the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, be-
cause I am in agony in this fire.' But Abraham
replied, 'Son, remember that in your lifetime, you re-



-appenings

At Madison First

Baptist Church 0C
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By Kristin Finney
And though these are days of great trials; of
famine and darkness and sword. Still we are the
voice in the desert crying, "Prepare ye the way of
the Lord."
Services on our beautiful homecoming Sunday
were marvelous. We began with Phil Holbrook
singingn, *"Keep Mle--Safe Till the. Stormn Passes.By.'"
This was followed by Tom Fico saying the offertory
prayer. The worship choir then beautifully sang,
. "The Wonder of the Cross."
Pastor Ferrell preached from Acts 2:40-47. "And
all that believe were together, and had all things in
common." This w'as followed by a covered dish fel-
lowship lunch in honor of Madison First Baptist's
homecoming celebration.
Upcoming events at Madison First Baptist are as
follows: The Middle Florida Associdtional Meeting
was held April 21. April 26 will be our quarterly
business meeting at 6 p.m. May 1 will be the Middle
Florida Baptist Assembly Men's Rally May 17 will
be our annual graduate recognition Sunday. Both
high school and college graduates will be honored.
AWANA upcoming events are: April 26, there
will be an AWANA workers meeting. April 29, the
AWANA store will be open for the last time this year.
May 6, the children will begin painting their grand
prix cars. May 13 will be the Grand Prix, as well as
the awards night. All are invited to attend.
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., fol-
lowed by youth dinner and fellowship until 8 p.m.
Wednesday evening services begin at 6 p.m. for both
the adults and youth and lasts until 8 p.m.
Our prayers are extended still to those who have
been affected by the recent flooding. We also would
like to pray for students, as the school year reaches
its end. We pray that everyone taking finals and se-
mester exams does well and studies hard.,
Also, we would like to extend a special thanks to
everyone who attended our annual homecoming cel-
ebration.
God blessl

Cherry Lake First Baptist

Church Homecoming
Cherry Lake First Baptist Church will observe
Homecoming Sunday, April 26.
Beginning at 10:30 a.m., the Gandy Brothers
Band will present an hour-long Bluegrass Gospel
Concert. The regular worship service will follow af-
ter which lunch will be served. The Gandy Broth-
ers (pictured) are from Pavo, Georgia. Other
members of the

Moultrie, Geor-
gia. Skyler
.. Gandy, the vio-
. linist, is now 12
,. years old and
has been play-
-ing profession-


any ll for more
S, : than two years.
is The church
is looking for-
-ward to a great
day of worship,
praise, and fel-
lowship.


ceived your good things, while Lazarus received bad
things, but now he is comforted here and you are in
agony And besides all this, between us and you, a
great chasm has been fixed, so that those who want
to go from here to you cannot, nor can anyone cross
over from there to us." He answered, 'Then I beg you,
father, send Lazarus to my father's house, for I have
five brothers. Let him warn them, so that they will
not also come to the place of torment.' Abraham
replied, 'They have Moses and the Prophets; let them
listen to them.' 'No, father Abraham,' he said, 'but if
someone from the dead goes to them, they will re-
pent.' He said to him, 'If they do not listen to Moses
and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if
someone rises from the dead" Lukel6:19-21.
While the story is sinking in, consider this: The
beggar, Lazarus, was in heaven because of the free
gift He received from God. The rich man did not ac-
cept God's grace. He thought that his five brothers
would surely believe a messenger who had been
raised from the dead. Jesus told him that if they did
not believe Moses and the prophets who spoke con-
stantly of the duty to care for the poor, then not even
a resurrection would convince them. How ironic was
Jesus' statement, that on his way to Jerusalem to die,
he was fully aware that, even' when He had risen
from the dead, most of the religious leaders would
not accept him. Jesus startled the Pharisees with.a
story of a beggar who is rewarded and a rich man
who is punished, not because of his wealth, but be-


cause he was selfish, refusing to feed the beggar, take
him in or to care for him. In spite of his great bless-
ings, the rich man was hardhearted.
We need to share God's love and grace with oth-
ers or we will be like the rich man. Are we ready to
meet the challenge? Last week, you used your time
and talents to serve God by the public reading of. His
word. You share that free gift that you have been giv-
en, God's grace, with others. I pray today that the
hearts of people in our county would not be hard-
ened, so that the resurrection of God's son and the
Scriptures could break through. I pray that we would
not be so set in our ways so that a message from the
resurrected Lord and His living word could take root
in our hearts and grow.
I appreciate the opportunity of sharing God's
word with you today and remind you that Psalm
119:105 says, "Thy word is a lamp to my feet and a
light unto my path. We need light to walk through
this world. The forest is dark with evil, with twisted
tree roots and potholes. God's word can be our light
to show us the way ahead so we won't stumble as we
walk. God's word helps us see our way clear enough
to stay on the right path. Read and study; watch and
pray I thank you for your faithfulness to read God's
word aloud last week. I thank you for joining with
other believers to accomplish this task and to
achieve the purpose for which God has sent you. May
God bless the reading of His word and also bless the
hearers of His word.







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43uizrat


By Alfa Hunt
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Achille Murat was a
prominent member of the
Middle Florida community
when the counties were first
being established. What is not
commonly known is that Mu-
rat was a French prince. His
uncle was the renowned
Napoleon Bonaparte. Emperor
of France.
N' Murat was one of the for-
tunate members of the Bona-
parte family who was able to
escape Europe after Napoleon
was defeated at Waterloo. It


unabated."
Murat would write about
his new situation and admira-
tion for his new country to his
old friends in Europe. "It is the
American Union which gives
us the best model of govern-
ment...a nation the most rea-
sonable. the most sensible:
What astonishes me is that
every other nation is not gov-
erned in the same manner"
lwurat's new neighbors:
Martin Palmer, the Bellamy
brothers, Abram and John
who lived in Madison for a
short time before relocating


bacco chewing was hardly less
obnoxious for his using a
large, shaggy pet dog for a spit-
toon. The New Yorker maga-
zine even wrote about the
strange appearance of the
French prince. "He might be
met in the woods, on a lean
horse, dressed in the common
homespun of the country with
a long whip in his hand, hunt-
ing cattle, with the outward
style of what is known in that
country as a Cracker"
Miss Gray's modest and
gentle conduct was a huge con-
trast to Murat.
Regardless of the major
differences, Murat asked her
to marry him upon their first
meeting. She stunned her fam-
ily and friends when she ac-
cepted his offer
When news of the engage-
ment got out, the social world
was buzzing with excitement.
Many people approved, but
some felt that a "first family"
lady was lowering herself by
marrying such a man. Despite
what the neighbors thought.
the couple were married in
July1826. Murat wrote to his
friends in Europe saying they
were "extremely happy"
Mrs. Murat's presence at
Lipona made the plantation
rn f thacin lrncr in Tnl


French monarchy was about
to crumble, Murat along with
his wife rushed to London. Be-
fore he left the States. Marta
hocked, or pawned Lipona.
Even though Murat wanted
democracy for his country, his
real intention was pressing his
mother's claim against the
government to release the fam-
ily fortune, worth several mil-
lion francs.
However, Metternich was
still in control of France. After
three years of bitter political
wars, his attempts left him
empty handed. He returned to
Lipona and his financial status
would take a downward turn
from then until his death.
Over the next few years.
Murat served as the appointed
Jefferson County Judge and
also sought after winning the
election to the area's Legisla-
tive Council. Unfortunately, he
lost the election due to a sud-
den fever brought on by horse-
back riding in the hot sun and
a mixture of his favorite
"health diet" consisting of
whiskey and milk. He also
joined the wildcat financial
movement, which was a form
of union strikes that was
rapidly spreading through the
United States.
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was because of Murat's exiled elsewhere. Territorial Gover- oe u,, *aicens, u- ."u, a, t ..,n 1 .'.-.
.mother, Queen Carolixne, that nor William E Duvall. and lahassee and other towns. She Lipona and bought stock in the .' ,, ,
the prince was able to escape John Gamble were hopeful would organize parties, din- new Union Bank of Tallahas-. *
and make his way to the Units that Murat's famous name ners, and other social events see. Murat traveled to New Or-
,ed States. would lure new settlers to tile tr the upper class members of leans and purchased a large
Queen Caroline happened Middle Florida area. They ac- Leon. Jefferson. and Madison sugar plantation. Afterwards, '
to be a former lover of Murat's cepted the French prince, but counties. The simple log cabin he sought to speculate in Texas /
potential murderer; Metier- noted his excessive energy In- was greatly enlarged, but Mrs. land. Murat expected that his
nich. Murat's father, Napoleon- telligence. and strange sense of Murat kept the silken linens bank stocks would raise the
ic General Joachim Murat, humor with the coat of arms as well land's value, but his luck was
King of Naples. was not so According to historians, as the golden spoons which already running sour. The '
lucky Upon meeting Metter- Murat took enjoyment in writ- were crested with Napoleon's Great Panic of 1837 devastated ,,
.J r nich, the King of Naples was ing about his new situation to emblem. the county's businesses. -*
l shot and killed for being an his wealthy European fl-iends. ,After- joining an expedi- banking system, and factories. ; ;
ally to the Emperor of France. He could imagine them com- tion to seek out marauding In This economic crisis also
wo other family members, paring his shabby log house to dians with General Call. wiped out the Mur-at family's
Murat's uncle Joseph and their expensive marble hall- Miu-at inherited the new title financial security Murat was ,
cousin Jerome, were able to es- ways. In one of his letters, he of Colonel in the Territorial forced to move to a small plan- h
cape Metternich's wrath and described a high meeting of militia. Later, he traveled to station and give up the large
flee to New Jerseyv state between Governor Du- New Jersey with his wife so amount of land he owned in
SMurat fled to St. Augus- vall and Gadsden. who were she could meet his uncle and Leon, Jefferson, and Madison
tine, but at the insistence of a dressed in buckskin and seat- cousin. counties.
i..end, General Richard Keith ed at a coarse table eating salt. While he managed his When his mother died in
Call, he entered into a land ed pork and driinking apple plantation, Murat began to 1839, he once again ventured to
partnership with another jack as they discussed "the In- study the law and eventually Europe hoping to receive his .
fiend. Colonel James Gads- dian problems." was admitted to the Bar- denied family fortune. Once t ;
den. He purchased and set up A heightened moment in One incident involving again, his efforts to obtain the 6di '
his first plantation. "Lipona" Mur-at's life was when the 23- Murat on a more personal lev- money proved futile. ,
in 1825. The plantation was lo- year-old widow, Catherine el was the result of an argu- His last years were report-
cated along the Jefferson and Daingerfield Willis Gray, the ment over a hog theft with ed to have been uneventful. He
Leon County border- but is no great-grand-niece of George Judge McComb. Murat and was often forced to borrow i
longer in existence. Washington. moved to the McComb had decided to re- money from friends just to put -i'
In 1830, Murat also bought area. solve the matter the old fash- food on the table. In 1847. at the .. .'
land in Madison County but Catherine, or Kate as she ioned way: a duel. At an age of 46, Murat died from a re- ,,
y~ apparently only used this land was called by close friends, undisclosed location. The two curring chronic childhood ill-
V for farming. was attributed to be -noble. men met early and selected ness.
Murat traveled to his new generous, and gentle heart., en- the pistols. They walked ten ironically only months af .
estate on the Leon-Jefferson chanting face and paces, turnedand fired. Murat ter his death. Murat's first 1$
County line. cleared it of fo- form...modest in demeanor suffered the loss of the top-half cousin. Louis Napoleon Bona- I
liage and built a one-room log and gifted with a readiness of of his pink' finger when the parte m. became Emperor of
cabin. The dramatic switch be- wit.' This greatly differed ball bearing of McComb's pis- France. Murat's cousin i
tween a goose-feathered bed in from how people saw Murat. tol shot past him. McComb thought of Catherine Murat i
F rance to a moss mattress in a According to his neighbors, he amazingly received no injuries and gave her the family for-
F one-room cabin in strange was an interesting, but an ex- even though MIu-at's bullet tune that her husband had so
country had a positive affect ceptionally odd man. Gene shot through the man's shirt. desperately sought as well as .
:n Murat. He noted that he en- Burnett describes him: Murat had bragged that his the authentic title of i
.oyed the "primitive back- "He seldom changed bullet passed through the "Princess." I(
woods living and its freedom." clothes and boasted of rarely ,Judge's shirt "scaring out the Catherine was a well re-
Saccording to Gene Burnett of removing his boots. He had un- lice." specter, prosperous, success ..-
i i he Florida's Past series. usual culinary tastes and once urat didn't forget about ful. and popular plantation *
Bmu-nett continues, "His served some unaware guests a his European homeland. In owner in Tallahassee until the .
mthusiasm for America was roasted buzzard. HLS untidy to- 1830. when it seemed that the day of her death in 1867. .





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Friday, April 24, 2009


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A


Photo SuDmitteI
Ms. Aikens second grade class during the 1995-1996 school year. This writer was a member of this class, but absent for the picture.



Spotlight On...




Katrina Aikens


By Bryant Thigpen
'Greene Publishing, Inc.
From this writer's perspective:..
It is with great honor to introduce Katrina A.
Aikens in the spotlight. This reporter had the privilege of
being in her second grade class during the 1995-1996
school year Being in her class, I learned more than just
second grade education material, but learned something
that would last the rest of my life Christian morals
about life. Aikens made a difference in my life, and
knows she has impacted others as well.
Aikens was born inBr66oks County Ga.. on Apil's,,
to Augustus and Lucile Aikens, and has lived in the
Cherry Lake community her whole life except for two
years she lived in Tallahassee. She has two brothers,
Augustus, Jr. and Chester; and two sisters, Barbara
Aikens-Stephens and Rhonda A. Moore (who also
teaches in the Madison County School System). In the
near future, Aikens is engaged to marry her best
friend, Jerome Wright.
After graduating from Madison High School,
Aikens attended North Florida Junior College, Florida
State University and later attended the satellite cam-
puses of Nova University in Jacksonville and Talla-
hassee.
She began her teaching career substituting at all
Madison County schools for the first half. of the year,
and then taught at Greenville Middle School for the
second half of the year. Aikens' next stop was teaching
second grade at Madison Primary School, where she
would remain a constant for 19 years, until county mid-
dle schools were combined to make up Madison Coun-
ty Central School (MCCS). She continued to teach
second grade until she looped with her class in 2005 to
third grade. She remains a third grade teacher and
states
Outside of the classroom, she spends afternoons
tutoring children after school, and helping them pre-
pare for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test
(FCAT). hi the past, she taught at the "College For
Kids" program sponsored by North Florida Communi-
ty College as well as the "Summer Discovery Camp"


program for children.
During Aikens' years of teaching, she has received
many awards. In 1991 and 1992, she was among those
being honored as "Outstanding County Personnel."
Aikens won the Madison Primary School "Teacher of
the Year" award forthe 2000 school year and then again
at Madison County Central School for grades K-5 in the
2005 school year. She was also featured on the National
level in Who's Who Among America's Teachers and in
2007 was named as an Outstanding Alumni of North
Florida Community College.
When asked to share some of her favorite mo-
ments as a teacher, she simply replied: "I love seeing
the children get a spark in their eye when they grasp a
concept. Seeing children change their attitude and be-
havior to become more positive and getting children to
love learning; especially to love reading, are some of
my favorite moments," Aikens stated.
Aikens goes on to say that two of her most re-
warding moments as a teacher was when this reporter,
and former student of her class, asked her about doing
an interview for this spotlight. "To.have a former stu-
dent remember me and share how being in my class
made a difference or impacted their life is so reward-
ing," she stated. In addition to this reporter. Aikens
was' asked by one of her first students, Marvin "Merv"
Mattair, to write her personal reflection of his first
published book last year. These comments were one of
three .recommendations printed in his publication.
Aikens often invited Mattair to speak at youth semi-
nars and church services.
Asked by this reporter, "If you weren't a teacher,
what other job could you see yourself doing and why?"
She stated that she would still be doing something to
help people on a full time basis. "I'd probably be a mis-
sionary," she replied.
"What made me:decide to be a teacher is my love
for working with children. I like to see them develop
into good productive citizens by helping to shape their
lives," Aikens said. "My grandmother and mother
were teachers; therefore, education was highly encour-
aged."


Not only does she strive to make a difference in the
school system, but in her church as well. Aikens is a
faithful member of Mt. Zion-Cherry Lake A.M.E.
Church. At Mt. Zion, she serves as a trustee, stew-
ardess, Gospel choir president, co-youth director, mis-
sionary, Vacation Bible School Director and Van
Ministry chairperson. She also serves as the area
youth director for A.M.E. churches in Madison, Jeffer-
son and Leon Counties.
Aikens is very active in Delta Sigma Theta Soroti-
ty. Inc.. a Public Service organization. This sorority
promotes academic excellence and Christian values.
She is a member of the National Education Associa-
tion, Florida Education Association. National Coundil
of Negro .Women, Florida State University Black
Alumni Association, and numerous church related or-
ganizations.
Aside from work and church, in Aikens' free time,
she loves to collect elephants, travel and spend quality
time with family and friends.
Aikens has taught in the Madison County School
System for over 25 years, and really enjoys her chosen
profession. She has no plans on retiring anytime soon,
but when she does. a vacation to Hawaii is the first
thing on her to do list. 'After I retire, I also want to open
an after school tutorial center anrd name it after my
mom," she said.
"My mom and dad played the biggest part in who I
am today They taught me
Christian morals (1 also love to emphasize the
Golden Rule)," she stated. "They also instilled in us
family traditions and work ethics whole growing up on
our farm. Being the youngest child. I also give credit to
my older siblings for give me Godly advice in teaching
me to always do what was right and not to succumb to
peer pressure."
Every time you see Aikens, you are met with a
friendly smile, a slight chuckle and a welcoming greet-
ing. This reporter shows great appreciation for the dif-
ference she has made and positive influence in the lives
of each student, the school system, and the Madison
community


Photo Submitted
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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Recently, the Kiwanis Club of Madison
teamed with the Madison County Health De-
partment for a cleanup day in the City of
Madison. The program is one of several pro-
grams spearheaded by the health department
over the last few years in their ongoing effort
'to make a healthier and cleaner county.
Participants included several club officers
and members, as well as the president of the
Key Club the Madison County High School
affiliate of Kiwanis. Locally, the Kiwanis
have built an exceptional reputation for com-
munity service, with a special focus on educa-
tion. Their inclusion of the Key Club
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stand point of being great role models, but
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By Bryant Thigpen
Greene Publishing,
Inc.
'The Madison
County Memorial
Hospital (MCMH) has
been busy raising
funds for Relay For
Life. On Friday,. April
3, staff members
gathered in the Din-
ing Room of the hos-
pital for some chili
and music. The music
was provided by Mike
Johnson, CT tech at
MCMH.
The Diagnostic,
Respiratory, Therapy
and Community Rela-
tions departments
sponsored this
fundraiser, and col-


Cheryl Archambault
Don Ashley
Margaret Bailey
Glen Baker
Cheryl Ballenger
David Ballenger
Edgar Barrs
Betty Ann Blair
Donna Blair
Sadie Blair
Corene Bland
Carolyn Bosse
Lauretta Bottomley
Ginger Bullard
Robbie Burnett
Rachael Bush
Angie Bussey
Franklin Carroll
Louise Carroll
Johnny Carroll
Jim Catron
Debbie Christ
Janice Colvin
Frances Copeland
Pam Cordero
Sylvia Cruce
Eli Curl
Jimmy Dixon
Roy Ellis
Carol Gibson
Linda Gibson
Clara Gilliam
Rickey Ginn
Sherry Glass
Bladen Gudz
Gary Haire
Leonard Harris
Sammy Harris
Marjorie Heatter
Edwin Hendry
Al Hollie
Edna Hollie
SAnnie Holton
Tom Holton
Joyce Howard
Jim "Bozo" Hughey
Sammy Hutto
Jim Jenkins
Kay Kelley
Betty Jean Johnson


elected an amount of
$200, feeding approxi-
mately 40 people. The
delicious chili was
prepared by Aubrey
Jones, head of food
and dietary services.
A nice hot break-
fast will be for sale as
the next Relay For
Life fundraiser on
April 16-17, prepared
by Aubrey Jones.
Jones will be serving
up eggs (cooked to or-
der), grits, bacon, bis-
cuits and coffee. The
cost of the meal will
be $4, and will be
served from 7:30-9
a.m.
."We' thank all the
many .generous and


Ernestine Kinsey
Isham Latner
Phyllis Lawson
Glendyle Littleton
Connie McClamma
Oliver MicKinney.
Dorothy McKinney
Hope McLellan
Brad Meister
Frances Mercer
Cookie Mitman
Tom Moffses
Lorene Newsome
Steve Odiorne
Willie Odom
Terry Olive
Ernie Page
Glenn Peacock
Marjorie Peacock
Howard Phillips
Susan Phillips
Pam Pickren
Estelle Ragans
Cheryl Register
Bill Russell
Steve Ryals
Frances Sanders
Beanie Searcy
Bob Searcy
Hugh Sherrod
Betty Starling
Eloise Stewart
Kim Stewart
Pete StudstUll
Tammy Thompson
Wesley Thompson
Lori Tippette
Margaret Tolar
Mickey Tuten
Julia Waldrep
Ernest Washington
Coye Frank Webb
Jimmi? Williams
Stanley Williams
George Willis
Catherine Wren
Dub Wyche
Shirley Yeager
Julia Yensan
Warren "Boogie" Young


wonderful people who
are helping us with
each event to earn
money for Relay for
Life!! Each event has
been not only very
successful, but a lot of
fun!!" stated Vicki
Howerton.
On April 6, Bill
Maier, Department
head of housekeep-
ing, and Jerry
Ethridge, Department
of Maintenance, host-
ed a Pizza and Music
event in the Dining
Room of the hospital,
from 11:30-12:30 p.m.,
and raised $110 dur-
ing the event.
Also, Lindsay
Cherry, Department
Head of Medical
Records, along with
her department,' sold
raffle tickets for a de-
licious homemade
chocolate cake and
made several hundred
dollars for Relay For
Life, "The Physical
Therapist, Issac New-
man, won that deli-
cious cake.
Admissions de-
partment with Bren-
da Wynn leading the
department, sold raf-
fle tickets for a $50
dinner for two at
Roadhouse Restau-
rant in Valdosta. The


fundraiser did well,
and $350 was made on
that. Linda Cherry
won the popular raf-
fle.
Dana Leggett,
Chief of Nursing, and
her staff, are raffling
off tickets for ser-
vices and or products
from Daylight Salon
Spa in Madison. The
value of this is $75.00.
Tickets are still avail-
,able.
A special thanks
to Madison County
Memorial Hospital
for their efforts in
making a difference
through Relay For
Life.


Great music was presented by Mike Johnson,
who performed oldies and goldies for an audience of
peers.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Bryant Thigpen, April 3, 2009
On April 3, many turned out for a Chili and Music event for Relay For Life. En-
joying great music and chili are pictured left to right: Tammy Stevens, Cathy
Harden and Vicki Howerton.


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Friday, April 24, 2009


en Inexiensiiive Ways To Spruce UpRental Property


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There are a few basic repairs and
improvements to rental
property, carpet and paint
for instance, that can be
costly. The following are
some inexpensive ways to
improve your properties
with very little cash that can
grab a few extra dollars of.
rent.
1) New Electrical Switch
Plates
This is. such a minor, yet
overlooked improvement.
Most rental owners paint a
unit and leave the old ugly switch
plates. Even worse, some even paint
over them. New switch plates cost
about 50 cents each. You can replace


the entire house with new switch
plates for about $20. For the foyer, liv-
ing room and other obvi-
ous areas, spring for nice
-brass plates. They run
about $5 each not
much for added class.
2) New or Improved
Doors
Another over-
looked, yet cheap re-
placement item is
doors. If a property
has ugly brown doors,
replace them with
nice white doors (they
can be painted, but unless us-
ing a spray gun it will take three coats
by hand). The basic hollow-core door
can be purchased for less than $50. It
comes pre-primed and pre-hung. For a


little more, one can buy stylish six-
panel doors. If doing a rehab, the extra
$10 per door is well worth-it. For
rentals, consider at least changing the
downstairs doors.
3) New Door Handles
In addition to changing doors,
consider changing the handles. An old
door handle (especially with crusted
paint on it) looks drab. For about $10,
one can replace them with new brass
finished handles. Replace the guest
bathroom and-bedroom door
handles with the fancy "S"
handles (about $20 each).
4) Paint/Replace Trim
If the entire interior
of the house does not
need a paint job, consider
painting the trim. New,
modern custom homes
typically come with
beige or off-white walls
and bright-white trim.
Use a semi-gloss
bright white on all the
trim. If the floor trim is worn, cracked
or just plain ugly replace it. Home De-
pot carries a new foam trim that is
pre-painted in several finishes and
costs less than 50 cents per linear foot.
Create a great first impression by
adding crown molding in the entry-
way and living room.
5) New Front Door
You only get one chance to make a


7) New Shower Curtains
It's amazing that many landlords
and sellers show properties with ei-
ther no shower curtain or any ugly old
shower curtain in the bathroom. Don't
be cheap drop $40 and buy a nice
new rod and fancy curtain.
8) Paint Kitchen Cabinets
Replacing kitchen cabinets is ex-
pensive, but painting them is cheap.
Paint old 1970s style wooden cabinets
white. Use a semi-gloss white and fin-
ish them with colorful plastic
knobs. No need to paint
the inside of them (unless
you own a spray gun),
since you are only trying
to make an impression.
Americans spend 99 per-
cent of their time in the
kitchen (when they are not
watching TV). A fancy mod-
ern faucet looks great in the
kitchen. They can run as
much as $150, but not to worry
S- most retailers (Home Depot,
Lowe's, Studstills, etc.) often
run clearance sales on overstocked
and discontinued models.
9) Add Window Shutters
If you have ugly aluminum
framed windows, consider adding
wooden shutters outside. They come
pre-primed at most hardware retailers
and are easy to install. Paint them an
offset color from the outside of the


first impression. A cheap front door house if the house is dark, paint
makes a house look cheap. An old the shutters white. If the house is
front door makes a house look old. If light, paint them green or blue.
you have nice heavy door, paint it a10 A
bold color using a high-gloss paint. If10A ani e lo
the front door is old, consider re- has the same black mail-
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and they will pay for them.
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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Many people clamor against manmade pesti-
cides, preferring homemade natural alternatives.
Here are some homemade natural pesticide, insecti-
cide, insect repellant, organic pesticide, biocide and
fungicide recipes. Organic pest control and pest
management techniques are briefly covered as well,
along with several ways to kill powdery mildew on
plants.


Coyotes Are Active

This Time Of Year

This time of year, the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission sees an increase in the
number of reports of coyotes in urban neighbor-
hoods and not unexpectedly. As development en-
croaches upon wildlife habitat, encounters between
wildlife and humans are bound to increase, and the
coyote is no exception.
There is no reason for immediate concern just
because someone sees a coyote in the neighborhood,
according to FWC wildlife experts. Coyotes have
lived in and among humans in urban settings for
many years with little fanfare.
"Urban coyotes are just trying to feed pups at
this time of year, and that sometimes causes them to
venture into human neighborhoods, resulting in
more frequent contacts with people," said Breanne
Strepina, wildlife biologist for the FWC.
The FWC says residents can prevent most con-
flicts with coyotes and other wildlife by taking a few
simple proactive steps to avoid creating nuisance op-
portunities.
Coyotes in urban areas become accustomed to
humans if there is a food source in the neighbor-
hood. and coyotes in particular look foi' easy meals.
These. clever creatures get into pet food and unse-
cured garbage cans. All such attractants should be
removed from the yard, as should other food sources
in accessible areas.
Drought conditions and the economy also play a
role in the increased number of coyotes seen in ur-
ban areas.
"The coyote's local watering hole may have
dried up, so it has to move to find water elsewhere,
often in retention and golf course ponds," Strepina
said. "The increase in abandoned homes in foreclo-
sure, with overgrown vegetation, attracts coyotes,
providing good hiding places close to food and wa-
ter."
Though urban coyotes can be seen at any time of
the night or day, it is more common to encounter
them between dusk and dawn, particularly near nat-
ural areas bordered by water. Residents walking
small pets at these times and places should be par-
ticularly cautious.
"Carry a flashlight, noisemaker and a stick or
golf club when walking small animals," Strepina
said. "That will help scare away wildlife looking for
food."
Keep pets- on a leash, and if approached by po-
tentially dangerous wildlife, do not hunch over your
pet to protect it. Pick up small pets and stand as tall
as possible. Call the Wildlife Alert hotline at 888-404-
FWCC (3922) to report any problems with coyotes or
other wildlife.
Nuisance coyote behavior will be dealt with by
the FWC on a case-by-case basis. If there is a fo-
cused problem, there are methods available to resi-
dents and professional trappers to target specific
nuisance animals.
For more information on living with coyotes
and preventing conflicts with thes6 adaptable crea-
tures, contact your local FWC regional office.


options


Garlic for organic gardening pest control, natural pesticide and insect repellant
Garlic pesticide spray
Soak three to four ounces of chopped garlic bulbs in two tablespoons of mineral oil for
one day. Dissolve one teaspoon of fish emulsion in a pint of water and add it to your so-
lution. Stir. Strain liquid and store in a glass container not metal! Dilute one part so-
lution to every twenty parts of water. Kills aphids, mosquitoes, and onion flies.
Garlic pest control and insect repellant
If you plant garlic with tomatoes, it will keep away red spider mites.
If you plant garlic around fruit trees, it will rel borers.
ir Spray garlic pesticide-on sweet potatoes to repel rabbits.
Spray ponds with garlic-based oil to kill mosquitoes.
An insect repellent spray made of tomato leaves
Add four or five pints of water and one tablespoon of cornstarch to tomato leaves
crushed in your vegetable juicer. Strain it. Keep the unused spray refrigerated. Works
well on roses too.
Popular botanical pesticides
vb f Neem
Rotenone
Pyrethrin
Sabadilla
Control gardening pest with insecticidal soap
Has value againstflea beetles, aphids, mealy bugs, spider mites, thrips. and whiteflies,
sometimes caterpillars and leafhoppers. Combined with Rotenone. it is more effective.
!.- Insecticidal soap works only on direct contact; spray it right on the target. Combined
with horticultural or botanical oils, insecticidal soap manages powdery mildew.
A Onion and mint as bug repellant
Onion and mint are natural flea-beetle repellants.
PyolaTM most likely contains GMO canola oil
A natural insecticide product, Pyola combines canola oil with pyrethrins. It's effective
on beetles. squash bugs, and aphids. Most USA canola oil comes from genetically engi-,
neered canola, so organic ve getable growers should check before using.
Use caution with broad-spectrum pesticides
As much as possible, target pests directly to avoid killing beneficial insects.
Milk as a fungicide
Related that spraying diluted milk on cucumbers and zucchini killed powdery mildew.
Boric acid: natural insecticide, biocide, fungicide to control gardening pest
Kills ants. roaches, fleas, ticks, grasshoppers, termites and more! A biocide fungicide,
it kills mold and fungus (also stops body fungus diseases.)
Homemade does not mean harmless. of course, so be sure to use as directed.

Camp Blanding's 2009-10 Hunting Seasons

Modified, Cancelled Due To Military Trainingl


Many of the 2009-10
hunting seasons on the
Camp Blanding Wildlife
Management Area have
been rescheduled or can-
celled because of mili-
tary training.
The archery hunts
scheduled for Sept. 29 to
Oct. 1 and Oct. 6-8 have
been cancelled, accord-
ing to the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission and the
Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center.
The muzzleloading
gun hunts scheduled for
Oct. 13-15 and Oct. 20-22
also have been cancelled.
The supervised
youth hunt scheduled for
Oct. 10-11 and Oct. 24-25
have been rescheduled to
Dec. 12-13 and Jan. 9-10,
2010.
.The general gun dog-
hunt season scheduled
for Nov. 21-29 this year
has been rescheduled to


Nov. 23-29.
The general gun
still-hunt season sched-
uled for Nov. 21, 2009, to
Jan. 17, 2010, has been
rescheduled to Nov. 23,
2009, to Jan. 17, 2010.
The general gun
still-hunt nine-day' quota
period, Nov. 21-29, has
been shortened to a gen-
eral gun still-hunt, sev-
en-day quota period, Nov.
23-29. This seven-day
quota period is divided
into a four-day hunt, Nov.
23-26, and a three-day
hunt, Nov. 27-29.
"The 53rd Infantry
Brigade, the largest Na-
tional Guard unit in
Florida, and a number of
other National Guard
units are scheduled to
deploy in the next year.
They normally conduct
training during the sum-
mer months, but their
mobilization has shifted
it to the fall, impacting


hunting season," said
Col. Mickey Duren, com-
mander of Camp Bland-
ing. "These restrictions
are temporary and only
as a result of the mobi-
lization of these deploy-,
ing units."
"We understand
there will be people who
are disappointed these
hunts have been can-
celled or rescheduled,"
said Roland Garcia, re-
gional director of the
FWC's North Central Re-
gion.
The staffs from the
Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center and the
FWC have worked dili-


gently to minimize the.
impact to the hunting:
seasons while keeping'
training the priority,
Garcia said.
"While military op-'
erations must come first,
we understand the his-
torical relationship local
hunters and fishermen
have to these public
lands. We plan to return
to offering normal hunt-
ing and fishing access as
soon as we can," Duren
said.
The new regulation
brochure will be avail-
able, online at MyFWC
.com/Hunting in early
May


up


How to use. The major and minor feeding times for each dax are listed bekiv.
The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding tin
hae good success, but last only about I hour. Good luck and be careful out there.
Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*)

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1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-
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accepted. Call 850-948-
3056. TDD/TTY 711.
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available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
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Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
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Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for
Senior's and Disabled.,
1BR ($409.)
2BR ($435.).
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Madison Heights
Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed
for low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
I Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833
ext. 485
Equal Housing
Opportunity
3Bed/ 2 Bth Mobile Home for
rent in great neighborhood off
.County Camp Rd in Madison.
HUD vouchers accepted. Security
deposit required. Contact Amy
Brasby at 407-616-2637 or 321-
695-9836

Downtown 1BR/1BA apart-
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per mth. Call 567-1523
House for Rent
in Greenville, FL
(near elementary school).
All Electric, Newly remod-
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$575/mo. 1st & security de-
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Vouchers Accepted
Call 850-973-7349 or
617-4 37-1905
Neat 3 BR Home
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$525/ mth. Deposit required.
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3Bed/ 2Bth home in private quiet
compound, 1900 sq. ft., sunroom,
cathedral ceilings, fully furnished
kitchen, W/D, carport.
Adult family only. No pets.
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3 Bed/2 Bth
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18 mi. from Perry)
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2Bed/1 Bth. Great neighbor-1
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$500mth. 1st and last mths
rent due. Security deposit re-
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FOR RENT
Office Building across street
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arid Courthouse Annex.
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MadisonNewly renovated back
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$350 deposit, $145 per week.
Electric Included. 850-973-2504

Clean as new. Two story, 3 Bd
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1705 Sq. Ft. New Kitchen,
Range, Ref. D/W, G/D. Oak
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Maint. included. ADULT FAM-


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George 973-8583 or 557-0994.

HOUSE FOR RENT
4 BD/ 1 BA. 388 Church
Ave. Available May I st. Call
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MOBILE HOME FOR RENT
3 BD/ 2 BA in Cherry Lake
Area. $500 mth/ $500 dep.
NO Pets. 929-4333.
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Partially remodeled.
No pets. $525 per mth. De-
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House For Rent
3 BD/1BA Fenced.
103 Bird Street.(Behind Ed-
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2BR/1BA Apartment.
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Wk. Between college
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$600 mth + $300 Deposit.
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3 BR/ 1BA House for Rent
$400 per mth + deposit.
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House For Rent:
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Downtown Office/ Retail
space for rent. 700 to 1,400
Sql ft.567-1523


for sale:
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In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now
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FINANCING
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5 acres Lee, North of Hwy
'6, Cayenne Rd., rolling
hills, restrictions, $39,995
$5,000 down, $325/mo*

10 acres Beulah Meadows
Rd, DWMH and houses
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down $459/mo

10 acres Old Blue Springs
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Larger tracts available
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Commercial/Industrial
Propertywith state high-
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lots.Fronts both Harvey
Greene Dr. and Highway 53
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Adorable Lib/Bull Dog mix
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Paid $2100 in 2005.
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carrying the appropriate installation tools. Must be able to
communicate with customers in a professional manner. Must
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Comcast offers a competitive benefit and compensation package.
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Substance Abuse
Counselor
Human Services Agency is
seeking a Full-time Substance
Abuse Counselor to serve
adolescents in Madison Coun-
ty. Position will perform out-
patient intervention services
and administer prevention
programs in a school based
setting. Preferred candidate
will have a Master's degree in
social or behavioral science.
Also prefer experience work-
ing with juveniles involved
with substance abuse.

Qualified applicants must
complete a DISC Village em-
ployment application and sub-
mit to: Madison Counselor,
3333 W. Pensacola St., Suite
150, Tallahassee, FL 32304.
Applications may be down-
loaded at
www.discvillage.com. Please
call (850) 575-4388 for assis-
tance. EOE/ Drug Free
Workplace.

Advent Christian
Village
Cal: 658-JOBS (5627) or visit.
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
impairedand a strong communi-
ty-oriented environment. BSW
and long-term care experience
required. MSW strongly
preferred. Two or more years
relevant experience with good
understanding of LTC regs
strongly preferred.
Accounting A/R Clerk.
FT position; HSD or equivalent
required; prior experience in in-
surance billing and coding, PC
operation with MS applications,
including word processor,
spreadsheet, and database re-
quired. Must be detailed
oriented.
Groundskeeper
PT staff for various grounds-re-
lated positions in residential
community; prior experience in
residential or commercial lawn
care a plus; valid Florida DL re-
quired.
PT LPTA- LTC Setting
Florida licensed PTA needed to
fill PT position in LTC and Q/P
setting. Must be skilled in all
forms of PT; experience with
geriatric population strongly de-
sired; strong customer service
skills required.
PT Housekeeping Staff
PT position in long-term care
setting for evenings; HS diploma
or equivalent desired. Experi-
ence in institutional custodial
work. Including carpets, strongly
desired. Reliable transportation,
willing to work flexible schedule
(including weekendss, and abili-
ty to work in a team setting with
healthcare staff, residents,
and visitors required.
FT Groundskepper
Residential community; prior
experience in residential and
commercial lawn care a plus;
valid Florida DL required.

FT Water/ Wastewater Treat-
ment Operations
Valid FL C water and waste wa-
ter treatment certification re-
quired; dual certification
strongly preferred. Willing to
consider experienced individual
with FL C certification in drink-
ing water treatment and allow
one year to obtain FL C waste
water treatment. Experience in
all aspects of water/ waste water
& distribution/ collection sys-
tems 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 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park D)rive, I)owling
Park. FL; fax resunm/ creden-
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The Town of Lee is accepting
applications for a Summer
Camp councilor. 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.

LIBRARY AIDE II
MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY,
MADISON, FL
Suwannee River Regional Library
is seeking applicants for the posi-
tion of Library Aide II at the
Madison Public Library in Madi-
son, FL. This regular full-time
position in a regional library sys-
tem requires strong interpersonal,
organizational, and communica-
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equivalent combination of train-
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is $7.21 to $10.24 per hour based
on qualifications and experience.
Retirement, insurance, paid holi-
ays, annual and sick leave bene-
its are included. Applicants are
encouraged to submit resumes,
letters of reference, or other bio-
graphical information with their
applications. "Applications 'may
be obtained at the Madison, Lee,
and Greenville libraries or at the
Suwannee County Administrative
Services Department, 224 Pine
Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064; 386-
362-6869. Position will remain
open until filled. The Suwannee
County Board of County Com-
missioners is an equal employ-
ment opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against any
qualified employee or applicant
because of race, color, national
rigin, sex, including pregnancy,
age, disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals are
encouraged to apply. All appli- .
cants subject.to a pre-employment
physical. "Successful comple-
ion of a drug test is a condition
of employment."

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The Healthy Start Coalition of
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We are soliciting proposals
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For a copy of the complete
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Proposals should be received
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Madison Enterprise Recorder 7B


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
Duval Ave, Madison, Florida.
Statutory Autlibrity: 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 IS
MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVI-
DENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
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 A/K/A SUSAN DIORIO;
,WILLIAM T. DIORJO N/K/A ELLSWORTH JACOB
,BURWELL; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
.THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; MARGARET B. SANDS;
.UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARGARET B. SANDS; JUDY K.
*PAUL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY K. PAUL;
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
To the following Defendant(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)
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARGARET B. SANDS
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
JUDY K. PAUL
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY K. PAUL
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described property:
SEE EXHIBIT "A"
a/k/a 923 HORRY STREET, MADISON, FLORIDA 32340/
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it, on Kahane & Associates, P.A., Attorneyfor Plaintiff,
whose address is 8201 Peters Road, Ste. 3000, Plantation, ELORIDA 33324
on or before May 1, 2009 a date which is within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of this Notice in the MADISON COUNTY
COURIER and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
vice on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.
This 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 needs 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 32055, 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 you are voice impaired, call 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via
Florida Relay Services).
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 24th day of March, 2009.


TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of the Court
By; Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

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
Lot
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 I North, Range 9 East. MADISION
COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,

Plaintiff,
vs.
Case No. 08-223-CA

EDWARD F. SIMMONS a/k/a EDWARD SIMMONS;
VERA L. WATKINS a/k/a VERA WATKINS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF EDWARD F. SIMMONS-, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF VERA L. WATKINS-, MOTT BUICK
COMPANY-, ROY W. FLOYD; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ROY W. FLOYD as of November 30,2005-, UNKNOWN
OCCUPANT A residing at 414 NE Country Kitchen Road,
Madison, Florida and UNKNOWN OCCUPANT B residing
at 414 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,
under 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
oto quiet title on the following described real property located in Madison
'County, Florida'.

LOT 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
HOME VIN- GMHGA4149611041A AND GMHGA4149611041 B
Air Conditioner Skirting Steps
Including, but not limited to-.
1. The Manufactured Home and all goods that are or may there-
after byoperation of law become accessions to it-, and
2) All appliances, machinery, equipment and other goods furnished
'with theManufactured Home (whether or not installed or affixed to it) includ-
ing but not limited to the items listed as "Additional Accessories and Furnish-
ings" onpage 1 of the contract.

has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, on J. Arby Van Slyke, P. A., whose address is 618 West
Garden Street, Pensacola, Florida 32502, on or before the 27th day of April
2009, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ordinance, which title hereinafter ap-
pears, will be considered for enactment by the Board of County Commission-
ers of Madison County, Florida, at a public hearing on May 6, 2009 at 9:00
a.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the Board Room,
Courthouse Annex, located at 229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Flor
da. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member of the public at
the Office of the County Coordinator, Courthouse Annex, 22 Southwest Pinck-
ney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours. On the date, time
and plac first above mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be
heard with respect to the ordinance,
AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, REPEALING OR-
DINANCE NO. 2009-181 IN ITS ENTIRETY; RELATING TO AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE TEXT OF THE MADISON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, AS AMENDED, UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
1633215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN AP-
PLICATION, CPA 08-3, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS; PROVIDING AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDING GOAL VII TO INCLUDE THE DEFINITION OF FINAN-
CIAL FEASIBILITY, AMENDING OBJECTIVE VIH.I TO ADD FINAN-
CIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND
SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, ADDING POLICY VIH.l .4
CONCERNING THE ANNUAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING
FACILITIES TO ADDRESS ANY EXISTING OR PROJECTED DEFICIEN-
CIES IN ADOPTED LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS, AMENDING OB-
JECTIVE Vffl.4 TO ADD MAINTAINING AN ANNUAL CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS BUDGETING PROCESS.AMENDING POLICY
VIH.4.1 TO ADD FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGET, AND AMENDING THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that he date, time and place of any continuation
of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that
no further notice concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the
public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such pur-
pose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is to be based.
To be published as a legal advertisement, in the Madison Enterprise Recorder
on April 24.2009.






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
WOODLAND IH, LTD., CIVIL ACTION
a Florida limited partnership,
CASE NUMBER: 2008-653-CA
Plaintiff,
v
DIVISION:
ANTHONY MAHON,

Defendant.


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to an Order or a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in the above-captioned action, I, Tim Sanders, Clerk
of the Circuit Court, will sell the property situated in Madison County, Flori-
da, described as:
PARCEL 11, GLENWOOD FOREST
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTIONS 11 AND 12, TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH; RANGE 10 EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDK AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 12, AND RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 35 MINUTES 39 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1,265.40
FEET;, THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST,
A DISTANCE OF 1,580.02 FEET TO THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY OF
TRACT A; THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 42 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 324.29 FEET;
THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF WAY; RUN SOUTH 02 DEGREES 47
MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1,559.13 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING; CONTIN-
UE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 892.91 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF TRACT B;
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 121.92 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 85 DEGREES 35 MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 496.41 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 85 DE-
GREES 05 MINUTES 14 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY,
A DISTANCE OF 1,238.17 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY OF
COUNTY ROAD No. 255; THENCE NORTH 13 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 47
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY, A DISTANCE OF 918.97
FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF WAY, RUN NORTH 85 DE-
GREES 45 MINUTES 47 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 2,034.01 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 40.02 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS,
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the front entrance of
the Madison County Courthouse, located at 125 SW Range Ave., in Madison,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 14th day of May, AD, 2009.
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.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this __ day
of- __ ,2009.


TIM SANDERS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(COURTS SEAL)
BY:___
As Deputy Clerk
H. EDWARD GARVIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 358041
Gainesville, FL 32635
(352) 373-2598
Florida Bar.No. 749753
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 pro-
vision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator for the
Third Judicial Circuit, 145 N. Hernando St., PO Box 1569, Lake City, FL
32056, (386) 758-2163, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8778.



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
LEHIV1AN BROTHERS STRUCTURED
ASSET SECURITIES CORPORATION
SASCO 2006-BC2,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 40-2008-CA-000522
vs. DIVISION

FRANCES ELIZABETH LIrK, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgmeni of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated March 31. 2009 and entered in Case No. 40-2008-CA-
000522 of the Circuit Court of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADI-
SON County, Florida: wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR EEHMAN BROTHERS STRUCTURED ASSET SECURI-
TIES CORPORA i ION SASCO 2006-BC2, is the Plaintiff and FRANCES
ELIZABETH LINK; arc the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at EAST DOOR OF THE MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:OOAM, on the 7th day of May, 2009, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment:
NORTH NINETY (90) FEET OF LOT TWO (2), MOSELEY'S TO
THE TOWN OF MADISON (NOW CITY OF MADISON) FLORIDA,
AS PER MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
ONE (1), PAGE M, PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 155 SW MOSEL AVENUE, MADISON, FL 32340


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 ofAgriculture, RuralDevelopment.

The proposed application is for approximately $22,000,000.00 in financial
assistance to construct a new 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 Street, Madison, Florida. The
public is invited toattend and comment on the proposed
project.
Madison County Health and Hospital District
Howard Phillips, Chairman
For questions or further information, please call Mr. David Abercrombie,
CEO/Administrator, Madison County Memorial Hospital, at 850/973-2271


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION


BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY,
Plaintiff. #
CASE NO. 2008-CA-000533
V.
JEFFERY SNOW, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judgment of Foreclosure for Plain-
tiff entered in this cause, in the Circuit Court of MADISON County, Florida,
I will sell the property situated in Madison County, Florida described as:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON ROD MARKING THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 7 EAST, MADISON
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN NORTH 0024'12' WEST, A DISASANCE
OF 1352.44 FEET TO A POINT, THENCE NORTH 89029'13' EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 3027-37 FEET FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE NORTH 89029'13'
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 300.00 FEET TO A POINT, THENCE SOUTH
00o26'52' EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1620.12 FEET TO A POINT IN THE
CENTERLINE OF AN 80 FOOT WIDE ROADWAY, UTILITY AND
DRAINAGE EASEMENT COUNTY GRADED OPEN SANDS LOOP
ROAD), THENCE RUN NORTH 7712'23' WEST, ALONG SAID CENTER-
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 308.19 FEET TO A POINT, THENCE LEAVING
SAID CENTERLINE. RUN NORTH 00026'52' WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 1549.19 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING 10.91
ACRES, MORE OR LESS. SUBJECT TO AN 80 FOOT WIDE ROADWAY.
UTILITY AND DRAINAGE EASEMENT (COUNTY GRADED OPEN
SANDS LOOP ROAD) OVER AND ACROSS THE SOUTHERLY 40 FEET
THEREOF, ALSO SUBJECT TO A 10 FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT
ALONG THE SIDE AND REAR LOT LINES.
and commonly known as: Tract 3,Aucilla Plantation, Greenville, FL at pub-
lic sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, onr the West Front Steps of the
Madison Countyty Courthouse, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison, Florida
32341 at 11:00 a.m., on May 7,2009.
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.
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 vou. to the pro-
vision of certain assistance, Please cofitact Nancy K. Nydam, Court
Addsinistrator, P.O. Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056-1569 (904) 758-2163
within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 4-9-09.
TIM SANDERS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Karen Holman
Deputy Clerk


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TERRENCE C. MASON, the holder of
the following certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the
property, and name in which it is assessed isas follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.: 05-354-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005
NAME INWHICH ASSESSED: M. L. & ESTHER PARRISH
Legal Description of Property:
ONE ACRE OF LAND LYING ADJACENT TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF
MADISON AND THOMASVILLE PUBL ROAD, AND LYING ADJACENT
TO THE EAST BOUNDARY LINE OF SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEASE QUARTER, SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 7
EAST, BEING PART OF SE ? OF SE ?, SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 7 EAST.
All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described
in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the west front door at
the Madison County Courthouse on the 20th day of May 2009 at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this day of April 2009.


TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON COUNTY
MADISON, FLORIDA

BY:
DEPUTY CLERK




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ing inside, Likes
woman better, walks
good on lead and likes
attention.
3629 Adam is a 5
month old, Heeler Mix.


He is White and red and
loves to be made of.
3628 Tate a 5
month old, Heeler Mix.
He is silver, black and
'brown and loves to play.
CATS
3607 Harry is a 3
month old, short hair
kitten. He is a tabby
and loves to play.
3606 Val a short -
haired kitten, who is 3
months old. She is all
grey and very friendly
3604 Romeo is a
10 month old, short -
haired kitty He orange
and white and his name
says it all. He is a very
loveable cat.
3603 Cher is a
Torte Shell, She is 6
months old. She is a
very likeable kitty


Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter, or a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of this Court on this 16 day of
March 2009.

TIM SANDERS
Clerk, Circuit Court
Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
Conformed coplen mailed to-.
J. ARBY VAN SLYKE, P. A.
POST OFFICE BOX 13244
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32591


Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the Us Pcndcns must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAN D and the seal of this Court on 4-9-2009.
Tim Sander
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Karen Holman
Deputy Clerk

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Tampa, Florida 33622-5018


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