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Happenings At
Madison
x First
Baptist
Church


Page 9
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Our 145th Year, Number 24


Central
School
Learns
About
Arbor Day

Page 10
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Madison, Florida


Cross-
Country
Rollerblade
For Charity
Hits
Madison
February

6th
On February 6 and 7,
two athletes from New
York will be rollerblad-
ing through Madison, on
their way across the USA
in an attempt to raise
funds and awareness for
select charities through
their project "In Motion
For A Million". The trek
will benefit the Hunting-
ton's Disease Society of
America and the
Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society
Steven Feigenbaum,
co-founder of In Motion
For A Million and partic-
ipating athlete, is over-
whelmed by the
journey's response so
far. "Everything is going
really well.
The people of St. Au-
gustine have been ex-
tremely kind and
hospitable. The response
has really been unbeliev-
able!"
The team hopes to
raise at least one million
dollars while rollerblad-
ing across the USA to
San Diego, California.
The team has al-
ready received over
$1,000 in donations since
their kick off in St. Au-
gustine, Florida on Feb-
ruary 1.
Media personnel are
invited to join the ath-
letes for a
Please see Rollerblade,
Page 5




Fri 69/50
2/5
Rain...perhaps a rumble of thunder
in the afternoon. High 69F.


Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the
mid 50s and lows in the low 40s.


Dennitt Cruce Suspended Without Pay;


James Brown With Pay

DOE Examines Facility Problems At High School


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In Madison County
School Board action on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 2,
James Brown, a teacher
at the Madison County
Excel Alternative
School, was suspended
with pay. The suspension
is the result of allega-
tions concerning stu-
dents' grades.
The School Board


also suspended Dennitt
Cruce, a school bus dri-
ver, without pay. Cruce
was arrested on Wednes-
day, Jan. 28, for criminal
solicitation to commit
murder.
A subcommittee
from the Florida Depart-
ment of Education
(DOE) came to Madison
at the request of the
School Board on Wednes-
day, Feb. 3rd, to review


Madison County High
School facilities. The
subcommittee was com-
posed of two members of
the department and oth-
ers from two school dis-
tricts who are not eligible
for the Special Facilities
funding that the School
Board is requesting.
The group did an on-
site review, determining
what needs to be done.
The roof, technology


Three Men


Arrested For


Aggravated Battery


Jeremy Johnson


Jerry Harris


Three men were arrested for ag-
gravated battery on Friday, Jan. 22.
According to the Madison Police
Department, on Friday, Jan. 22, at 8:40
p.m., Officer Ruth Parks was dis-
patched to South Jackson St. in refer-
ence to a subject lying in the road.
Upon her arrival, Parks observed
the 61-year-old victim lying in the
road, bleeding from his head and
mouth.
A witness advised Parks that a
group of people had run from where
the victim was lying.


.~ F
a


Terell Smith


The witness provided Parks with
names of a few suspects who were in
the crowd.
On Monday, Jan. 26, Inv. Jimbo
Roebuck was assigned to investigate
the complaint.
After a weeklong investigation
and interviewing suspects and wit-
nesses involved with the case, three
arrests were made.
On Friday, Jan. 29, Inv. Roebuck
placed Jeremy Johnson, Jerry Harris
and Terell Smith under arrest for ag-
gravated battery


I l- s o I-)


Sun 60/39
2/7


Times of sun and clouds. Highs in
the low 60s and lows in the upper
30s.


Mon
2/8


65/47


A-


Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 60s
and lows in the upper 40s.

Tue 67/42 _
2/9
Showers. Highs in the upper 60s
and lows in the low 40s.


1 Section, 14 Pages
Around Madison 6
Turn Back Time 8
Classifieds 12
School 10
Outdoors 11
Obituaries 5
Legals 13
Church 9


Peanuat B little

Valentine's 'Dy
How many of you can use some help with a gift for your
loved ones this Valentine's Day?
The Hanson United Methodist Church knows the per-
fect answer some of their "world renowned" peanut brit-
tle!
Your Sweetheart might be disappointed if it's not a
box of chocolates or a dozen roses but once she or he
tastes how delicious it is, they'll be happy At the price of
the peanut brittle, you could even give it along with the
roses.
The price of a package of the peanut brittle is $2.00.
For a $1.00 more you can get it bagged in a beautiful
decorated Valentine bag.
When ordering, don't forget Mom and Dad, class-
mates teachers, bus drivers, etc. The church would
like to remind everyone that they make candy all
year long and can be ordered ant time for any occa-
sion. The proceeds go towards their building fund
and home missions.
To place your orders, call 929-6903, Glendyle
Littleton or 973-6206, Laura Pulliam or any
member of the church.


problems (including
needed updates), plumb-
ing and lighting were
among the things looked
at during the walk-
through.
The Special Facili-
ties funding has to go
through the Legislature
and it could take up to a
year for the Madison
County School District to
learn if they have been
approved or not.


Wonaman

Batters Car
A woman was ar-
rested for beating a car
with a baseball bat last
Saturday evening.
According to a Madi- J
son Police Department -
report, on Saturday Jan.
30, at 10:54 p.m., Ptl. Eric
Gilbert was dispatched
to Sumatra Ave. in refer-
ence to a criminal mis-
chief.
On arrival, the vic-
tim advised Gilbert that Candra Blue
Candra Blue had beat
his car with a baseball bat.
Ptl. Gilbert made contact with Blue and ques-
tioned her about the incident.
At this time, Candra Blue was placed under ar-
rest for criminal mischief and transported to the
County Jail.


Man Arrested


For Burglary


A man was arrested
for burglary last Satur-
day evening.
On Saturday, Janu-
ary 30, at 7:55 p.m., Ptl.
Joel Rosenberg was dis-
patched to Parramore
Ave. in reference to a
burglary
On Rosenberg's ar-
rival, the victim advised
that Henry Johnson had
forced his way into the
residence and stolen
some property belong-
ing to the victim.


Henry Johnson

rse see Burgulary, Page 5


Convicted

Felon Caught

With Firearm
Madison police ar-
rested a convicted felon
for possession of a
firearm on Monday, Feb-
ruary 1.
According to a Madi-
son Police Department
report, at 2:05 a.m., Ptl.
Eric Gilbert was pa-
trolling around Lake .
Francis when he ob-
served a subject walking,
wearing all black
clothes. Keevis R. Dobson
Gilbert made con-
tact with the subject and conducted a field inter-
view with the subject. Gilbert identified the subject
as Keevis R. Dobson.
Please see Firearm, Page 5


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Friday, February 5, 2010


Central School Students Learn


About Florida's Arbor Day


Photo submitted by Raymond Stephens
Barry Tye, Taylor County Forester, and Forest Rangers Chris Norris and Eddie Higginbotham stand with students in front of Madison County Central School.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,
Inc.
A group of
foresters from Madison
and Taylor County
helped students plant
dogwood trees in honor
of Florida's Arbor Day
last Friday, Jan. 29.
Arbor Day in Flori-
da is always celebrated
on the third Friday in
January The planting of
the trees was delayed by
rain so instead of them
being planted on Jan. 25,
the third Friday, they
were planted Jan. 29, the
fifth Friday
Barry Tye, Taylor
County forester, ex-
plained that the rea-
son Arbor Day is
celebrated in January
in Florida instead of


Barry Tye explains to the students how to plant a tree.


in April, as in most
states, is that the
weather is warmer in
Florida.
Tye explained that
the trees would be
planted near the air
conditioning units
outside the school, be-
cause it would help
cool the units during
the summer and that
the moisture coming
from the units would
also help keep the
trees watered.
Students from the
third, fourth and fifth
grades answered ques-
tions about trees that
Tye asked them.
The students de-
monstrated great
knowledge of Arbor
Day, trees and conser-
vation in general.








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Outdoors


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11


FISH BUSTERtS'"

BULLETIN


February 2010


By Bob Wattendorf

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
MyFWC.com


Fishing Forecasts for 2010
It is that time of year again. Freshwater anglers are taking
advantage of the last of the winter crappie action and really
looking forward to the spring spawn of bass and bream.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
biologists have completed their analyses of the 2009 fishing
data to come up with a list of top fishing sites for 2010.
Information, along with fishing tips, is available to improve
your fishing success at MyFWC.com/Fishing (click on "fishing
sites and forecasts").
January's cold snap set several records and caused sig-
nificant fish kills in freshwater areas. Fortunately for the
resource and most users, those kills were primarily limited
to nonnative fishes such as tilapia and suckermouth cat-
fish. Thus, with the possible exception of peacock bass in
Southeast Florida, the cold snap should not have harmed the
overall freshwater fishing prognosis for 2010.
Sit.P Size d CIyl eat 'specie


Apalachicola River/Lake
Seminole
I I I- I-
Lake Arbuckle


Lake Bryant
h. i I. ,1 .h I. ,

Clermont Chain of Lakes


Eagle Lake


Everglades Conservation
Areas 2 and 3

Lake George
I d II ,,,
Lake Istokpoga


Lake Marian
I 11 I . .
Lake Monroe



Orange Lake/Lochloosa Lake


106 miles/37,500 acres, Gulf, Liberty,
Franklin, Jackson, Gadsden, Calhoun


3,800 acres, Highlands
r . ,I .. 1 .1 ,.I I

767 acres, Marion


11 lakes totaling 8,692 acres, Lake


541 acres, Polk


210 square miles, Palm Beach, Broward,
Dade

46,000 acres, Putnam, Volusia

28,000 acres, Highlands


5,700 acres, Osceola

9,400 acres, Seminole, Volusia



12,550/5,700 acres, Alachua


Striped bass, chan-
nel, flathead and blue
catfish

Crappie


Bream


Channel and white
catfish

Sunshine bass


Bass


Bass

Bass, crappie, bream


Crappie, bream

Bass



Crappie, bream


Lak 0it borne/Ida Chain-d peof


Lake Osborne/Ida Chain of
Lakes
I 1 I ,,. i
Lake Talquin
I I, 11 I
Lake Tarpon
I I .1. .1 1.1
Mosaic Fish Management
Area


St. Johns River


Suwannee River

West Lake Tohopekaliga


356 acres, Palm Beach


8,800 acres, Gadsden, Leon


2,500 acres, Pinellas

1,000 acres, Polk


310 miles, Brevard, Flagler, Lake,
Orange, Putnam, Seminole, St. Johns
Volusia

213 miles. Suwannee


18.810 acres. Osceola


Sunshine bas


Striped bass, white
bass, crappie, bream

Bass

Bass, bream, crappie,
channel catfish and
bullheads

Striped bass, sunshine
bass, channel and white
catfish, bullheads

Bass, bream

Bass, crappie, bream


In Florida, the Fishing Capital of the World, with more
than 7,700 named lakes and 12,000 miles of fishable rivers,
streams and canals, you're never far from an opportunity
to relax and wet a line. Your recreational time spent on the
water communing with nature and relaxing is time well used.
Studies have shown that both children and adults who take
time out to enjoy active nature-based recreation lead healthi-
er, happier and smarter lives (www.GetOutdoorsFlorida.org).
Remember, if you catch a big fish, it may be eligible for rec-
ognition in the "Big Catch" Angler Recognition Program. The
FWC recognizes 33 different species of freshwater sportfish
in the program, and has extra incentives for catching a vari-
ety of species. If you submit a photo with the application, you
may also see yourself published in the Fish Busters' Bulletin
one day. Check out a copy of the Florida Fishing Regulations
(2009-2010) Freshwater Edition for a copy of a "Big Catch"
application or go online to MyFWC.com/Fishing to learn all
the details.
Also, be on the
lookout for the
5-Year Freshwater
Fishing License
bonus program. The
first 3,000 anglers to
purchase a 5-year or
lifetime license after
March 1 automati-
cally receive a fee The weather is warming up and soon the
bonus package in bass and bream will be hitting the beds.
the mail. Not only
do we have you covered "hook, line and sinker," but we also
have sample lures, other bonus gifts, coupons (including a
free spincast reel worth more than $100 with purchase of a
bait casting reel) and literature. The value of the freebies
and coupons is more than enough to offset the cost of your
5-year license. Plus, you don't have to worry about renew-
ing your license or any price increases for the next five
years.


Instant licenses are available at MyFWC.com/License or by
calling 888-FISH-FLORIDA (347-4356). Report violators by calling
*FWC or #FWC on your cell phone, or 888-404-3922. Visit MyFWC.
corn/Fishing for more Fish Busters' columns, fishing tips, rules and
forecasts.


Fun Animal Facts

Cats in Halifax, Nova Scotia, have a very
high probability of having six toes.

A cat's jaws can not move sideways.

Pigs, walruses and light-colored horses
can be sunburned.

Armadillos can be house broken.

Armadillos have four babies at a time, al-
ways all the same sex. They are perfect
quadruplets, the fertilized cell split into
quarters, resulting in four identical
armadillos.

Armadillos get an average of 18.5 hours
of sleep per day.


Photo submitted
George (Landy) Johnson of Pinetta shows off this 8 point buck, 160 Ibs.
which he shot at 66 yards during muzzleloaoding season in North Madison
County using a 176 grain patched roundball.


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FWC

Extends

Order To

Aid Dead

Saltwater

Fish

Cleanup

Efforts
The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC)
has extended its execu-
tive order that temporar-
ily suspends certain
saltwater fishing regula-
tions to allow people and
local communities to
legally dispose of dead
fish found in the water
and on the shore. This
order initially was is-
sued on Jan. 15 in re-
sponse to numerous
reports of dead saltwa-
ter fish killed by the re-
cent extended
cold-weather period in
Florida.
The order was set to
expire on Feb. 1. Howev-
er, the FWC decided to
extend this order
through Feb. 28, because
the agency continues to
receive reports of dead
saltwater fish in many
areas around the state.
The order removes
specific harvest regula-
tions for all dead saltwa-
ter fish of any species
that have died as a result
of prolonged exposure to
cold weather in Florida
waters. The order also
allows people to collect
dead saltwater fish from
Florida's shoreline and
from the water by hand,
cast net, dip net or seine.
People who take
dead saltwater fish un-
der the provisions of
this order may not sell,
trade or consume such
fish, and the dead fish
must immediately be
disposed of in compli-
ance with local safety,
health and sanitation re-
quirements for such dis-
posal.
In addition, people
who take dead saltwater
fish under the provisions
of this order are not re-
quired to possess a salt-
water fishing license,
and all fish taken under
the provisions of this or-
der shall be those that
have died as a result of
prolonged exposure to
cold weather.
FWC scientists are
actively monitoring and
collecting information
on the widespread fish-
kill reports it has re-
ceived from the field in
order to analyze the im-
pacts to fish populations
caused by the cold
weather.
For more informa-
tion about the 2010 cold-
weather saltwater fish
kills, go to MyFWC
.com/Rules and click on
"Fishing- Saltwater."





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Senior Citizen Discounts
Other Services Available
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ANYTHING LEFT OVER 7 DAYS
WILL BE SOLD
rtn, i/c



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rtn, n/c

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AND INFO ABOUT THE MILL
rtn, i/c


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n Saddle
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month and $500 dep
NO PETS! Call
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Madison
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I saddle Good neighborhood in Madi-
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ing $550 OBO
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For Sale:
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rtn. n/c


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Pointe Trail, Greenville,
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Clean as new. Two story, 3
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LEG~AL


BID NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison
County, Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following: One (1) New
Current Model Backhoe/Loader John Deere 310gtSI or Caterpillar 420E or
equivalent.
Sealed bids may be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners by de-
positing same at the Board office located in the Madison County Court-
house Annex, Room 219, 112 East Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida 32340,
or Post Office Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341, anytime prior to 5:00 PM
on Wednesday. February 10. 2010. ANY BID RECEIVED AFTER SUCH
DATE AND TIME WILL NOT BE OPENED OR CONSIDERED. Sealed
bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be
printed on the outside of the front of the envelope: One (1) New Current
Model Backhoe/Loader. Bid # FY 2010 01. BID MUST CONTAIN A
COPY OF THE VENDOR'S MADISON COUNTY OCCUPATIONAL LI-
CENSE WHERE APPLICABLE, OR CERTIFIED STATE CONTRACTOR
NUMBER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD.
Bid Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents, may be obtained
from the Madison County Road Department office located at 2060 NE
Rocky Ford Road (C-591). 2 miles north of Madison, telephone # 850-973-
2156. beginning Wednesday. January 27. 2010. Copies of Specifications are
available for inspection at the County Commission Office during regular of-
fice hours.
Madison County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any
or all bids.
Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. February 11. 2010 after
which all bids will be available for public inspection. Bid Award by the
Board of County Commissioners will be during their regularly scheduled
meeting to be held on Wednesday, February 17, 2010. All vendors will be
notified in writing of the successful bidder.

1/27, 1/29, 2/3, 2/5


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IVY FINANCIAL CORPORATION, CASE NO: 09-575-CA
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WAYNE BRIERLEY; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TENANT
NO. 2; AND UNKNOWN PARTIES AND/OR SPOUSES CLAIMING IN-
TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN-
DANT TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
To: All above named unknown Defendants, including Unknown
Tenant No.1, Unknown Tenant No. 2, Unknown Parties,
Unknown Spouses, and others, Addresses Unknown
YOU, all above named unknown Defendants, including Un-
known Tenant No.1, Unknown Tenant No. 2, Unknown Parties, Unknown
Spouses, and others, are notified that an action seeking foreclosure and oth-
er relief on the following property in Madison County, Florida:
Lot 37, NORTON CREEK SUBDIVISION, according to the plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages 31 through 33 inclusive, of the Public
Records of Madison County, Florida.
SUBJECT TO restrictions and protective covenants as recorded in OR
Book 750, Pages 257-258, Official Records of Madison County, Florida.
SUBJECT TO existing road rights-of-way and utility easements of record or
in visible use and existence, and mineral rights and reservations owned by
third parties.
has been filed against you, and each of you, are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on Scot B. Copeland, the plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose address is P.O. Drawer 916, Madison, Florida 32341 on or before
March 8, 2010, and file the original with the Madison County Clerk of
Court, P.O. Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341, either before service on the
plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
Dated this 1 day of February, 2010.

TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk
2/5, 2/12

NOTICE
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 9:00 A.M. ON FEBRUARY
16, 2010 FOR THE SALE OF THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES DE-
CLARED SURPLUS PROPERTY BY THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
OF MADISON COUNTY.


1991 INTERNATIONAL BUS
1991 INTERNATIONAL BUS
1995 INTERNATIONAL BUS
1997 INTERNATIONAL BUS
1988 G20 CHEVROLET VAN


PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Madison County will hold a pre-bid conference
and walk-thru for the weatherization work of six (6) single-family dwellings
in the Madison County Weatherization program.
This meeting will be held Thursday, February 4, 2010, beginning at 8:00 am
at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 146 SE Bunker
Street, Madison; Florida 32341.
The conference and walk-thru is mandatory, no exceptions, for contractors
who plan to bid, Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. requires each con-
tractor to be properly licensed, carry general liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00, POI (Pollution Occurrence Insurance) and Workers Comp
Insurance (No Exemptions) before bid opening.
Original bids for these units will be due by 12:00 noon Tuesday, February
9th, 2010, at Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Outreach Office, In-
dustrial Park, 146 SE Bunker Street, Madison, Florida 32341. Please mark
envelope "Sealed Bid for Name of Homeowner". Bids to be opened and
awarded Tuesday, February 9th, 2010, at 12:30 p.m.
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. has the right to reject any and all
bids. The bids will be awarded on the most cost effective basis.

2/3, 2/5



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 10-05-CA
ARTHUR G. SMITH AND FLORIDA D. SMITH,
as Mortgagee,
Plaintiff,
v.

TRACY E. WHITE AND ZAVIERA G. WHITE
The unknown spouse of TRACY E. WHITE AND ZAVIERA G. WHITE
any and all unknown parties claiming by, through,
under, and against the herein named individual
defendants) who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties may claim
an interest as spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
or other claimants; Tenant #1, Tenant #2,
Tenant #3, and Tenant #4 the names being
fictitious to account for parties in possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
To the above-names Defendant(s) and all others whom it may concern
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following described property in Madison County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot #10 Block "B" of Meadow Run Subdivision, as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Page 13, of the Official Records of Madison County, Florida.
Has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiff's attorney and counsel of
record, THE LAW OFFICES OF MONICA TAIBL, P.L., P.O. Box 836,
Madison, Florida, 32340, within thirty 30 days after the first publication of
this Notice of Action, and file the original with the Clerk of Court, Honor-
able Tim Sanders, whose address is Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW
Range Avenue, Madison, Florida, 32340, either before service on the Plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to answer, defend or
otherwise plead to this action to foreclose a mortgage, a Default will be en-
tered against you for relief demanded in the Complaint. This Notice of Ac-
tion is executed and published pursuant to the provisions of 49.08, et seq..
Florida Statutes.
DATED this 7th day of January, 2010
TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of Circuit Court

By: /s/Karen Holman/s/
As Deputy Clerk
1/29, 2/5


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INTERESTED PERSONS ARE TO REQUEST A BID PACKET FROM
THE TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, AT MADISON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD. ENVELOPES CONTAINING BIDS SHALL BE
MARKED "SEALED BID SURPLUS BUSES AND VAN."
VEHICLES MAY BE VIEWED AT THE TRANSPORTATION DEPART-
MENT OF MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, MONDAY THRU
FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.
FOLLOWING BOARD ACTION TO ACCEPT BIDS, SUCCESSFUL BID-
DER SHALL, WITHIN 7 DAYS, PAY FOR BY CERTIFIED CHECK AND
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VEHCILE NOT REMOVED WILLING 7 DAYS SHALL BE OFFERED TO
THE NEXT BEST BID.
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.
THE MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DOESN'T WARRANTY
THESE SURPLUS VEHICLES THEY ARE SOLD AS IS.

2/5, 2/12


NOTICE: The District School Board of Madison County, Florida, will hold
a public hearing on Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. The Superinten-
dent's Office, 210 NE. Duval Avenue, Madison, Florida.
Madison County School Board District Procedure Handbook
Changes to Policy 3.09 Safe and Secure Schools
The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE
Duval Ave., Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 120.54, 1001.43 ES.
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 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.
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and finances by changing
themselves without the as-
sistance of professionals. If
you've been following this
series and working on mak-
ing improvements to your
health and wealth, you've
set goals, tracked your cur-
rent behavior and visual-
ized where you want to be at
the end of the year. This
week, it is time to commit to
change.
According to Drs. Bar-
bara O'Neil and Karen En-
sle, Extension Specialists at
Rutgers Univesity; a leading
theory about personal be-
havior changes, improve-
ments, such as losing
weight and saving money,
take place in defined stages
over a period of time. The
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has been applied to a va
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keeping up the
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maintenance; you work to
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Commitment takes
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step or preparation stage of
change. Here, you acknowl-
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it is up to you to plan for
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to you to make a commit-
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a change to improve your
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wealth or both, it should be
written down by this week
and now you are ready to
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As you commit to take
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are changing, the pros and
cons of making changes,
)u intend to change your be-
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"I will"... eat meals at home


and cutting back on sweets so I can fit
in those jeans that are too tight. A
wealth commitment might be "I will"
... cut back on buying lottery tickets
and put the money into a saving ac-
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Like The Rain
"Rain, rain go away,
Come again, some other day."
And not quite so soon.
I just saw the weather report and I think we're
in for lots more of the wet stuff for a while. I'm re-
ally not complaining about what the Lord sends us
- I would like to see more of what Florida is famous
for and that is not hurricanes.
I even saw tall pines swaying in the downpour
and lifting their limbs in supplication toward Heav-
en a few days ago!
And the night I sat straight up in bed at four o'-
clock in the morning as agate-sized marbles of hail
bombarded the metal roof. And it rained all day
and, if I remember right, all the next day
So, at least the farmers will be happy that the
soil will be in perfect shape for spring planting,
merchants and consumers will be happy over the
quality of the vegetable they have to offer and to
buy
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which we, back in January, wished would go away
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Super Bowl Sunday has always
been on a Sunday and is usually the
last Sunday in January. However, for
the first time in it's history, it was
held in February = February 3,
2002. The reason is, due to the Sep-
tember 11, 2001 attacks, the televi-
sion schedules were all delayed by
one week. The super bowl was
shown on the Fox network and not
on one of the main television sta-
tions ABC, CBS or NBC also. It was
also held on Sunday, February 1st
for 2004. And, on Sunday, February
6, 2005. I see a new pattern!
So, I'm not sure why, but it now
seems that the Super Bowl has been
set for the first Sunday in February
for the next few years as follows:
February 7, 2010
February 6, 2011
February 5, 2012

It is solely a United States cele-
bration. Just like in the old old days
when the old king was dethroned
and a new king crowned at the start
of the new year, the Super Bowl de-
termines who wears the crown in
football after a long series of elimi-
nation games.
The opponents are the winning
teams from the AFL (American
Football League) and the NFL (Na-
tional Football League) that play
each other at a pre-selected city
(usually in a warmer climate or one
with a covered stadium).
Super Bowl Sunday has be-
come more than just a champi-
onship play-off event. In some
cases, it is a national holiday. It is
said that even the criminals take Su-
per Bowl Sunday off. LOL :) In 1985,
when the San Franciso 49ers played
the Super Bowl in Palo Alto, CA, the
crime rate in San Francisco dropped
75%.
For some wives, it seems that
the Super Bowl has gone on forever!
But, it actually all began on January
15, 1967 in the Los Angeles Coliseum
with the Green Bay Packers beating
the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.
How the Super Bowl got started?
How did the name "Super
Bowl" get started? Originally, many
suggested it be titled, "The Big One"
or "The Final Game." But a Texas fi-
nancier and owner of the Kansas
City Chiefs, Lamar Hunt, came up
with the idea of calling it "The Su-
per Bowl" after watching his daugh-
ter play with a Super Ball a small,
high-bouncing ball very popular at
that time. Ironic, that a woman was
responsible for naming this well-
loved, beloved male annual event!
The games have always been


identified with Roman numerals
rather than numbers. It wasn't until
Super Bowl IV in 1970 that the title,
"Super Bowl" actually appeared on
tickets.
Pre-game Shows
It took a few years before the
pre-game show became a tradition.
In 1976, Super Bowl X broadcasted it
on television. And Super Bowl XII in
1978 was the first indoor game and
drew the largest crowd at that time
to have ever watched a sporting
event on television also. Super Bowl
XV in 1981, displayed a huge yellow
ribbon (bow) over the main en-
trance of the Louisiana
Superdome in New Or-
leans to commemorate
the 52 Ameri-
can hostages
who had just
been released
by Iran after
444 days in
captivity.
It was
NFL Commis-
sioner Pete
Rozelle who
made sure that
the Super Bowl
provided en-
tertainment on
a big razzle
dazzle scale.
The first pre-
game show released
4,000 pigeons and continu-
ing pre-game shows have featured
top Hollywood celebrities, jets with
tailing plumes of dyed smoke of
red, white and blue.
Another tradition of the pre-
game show is who will sing the "Star
Spangeled Banner"? It is usually
sung by a well-known American pop
singer. Usually, but there have been
exceptions.
Winners, Losers & Gamblers
The NFL's Green Bay Packers
dominated winning the Super Bowl
for the few few years. Then, the
New York Jets and their infamous
star quarterback, Joe Namath aka
"Broadway Joe" for his celebrity sta-
tus, won Super Bowl III, proving
that the NFL and AFL could com-
pete equally and increasing it's pop-
ularity even more.
More popular = more money!
The price of television advertising
during the Super Bowl went from
$85,000 a mnute to $200,000. And by
Sper Bowl XiX, advertising was
around $1 million. Today a Super
Bowl ad will run $2 million or more,
depending on how long, and what
time slot of the game it's shown. It


is estimated that 45% of all US
homes have TV sets and tune in to
watch the Super Bowl. Today, the
ads and even the half-time show en-
tertainment has become just as im-
portant as the game itself.
Ironically, some advertisers start
running promos of their ads days
before the Super Bowl to promote
their ads because they paid so
much! One example is Apple Com-
puter during Super Bowl XVIII,
with a memorable commercial in-
troducing it's Macintosh. And, if
companies aren't buying commer-
cials, well there is still the subtle ap-
proach to
N getting yourself
seen during the
Super Bowl.
Companies put
their logos on
seat cushions,
hats, mugs, to
as high in the
..io sky as the
Goo year
Blimp! In some
cases, the US
government
has used the
SSuper Bowl as a
kickoff event
for it's bicen-
tennial celebra-
tion in 1976.
Super
Bowl Sunday is
because it is al-
ways held on a
Sunday. Ironically, religious leaders
have never complained about it.
Norman Vincent Peale is quoted as
saying, "If Jesus were alive today,
He would be at the Super Bowl."
Even some of the US Presidents get
involved in the game, recommend-
ing plays before hand, and sending
congratulations to the winning
team by telephone.
It has become a tradition in
many groups such as clubs, bars, of-
fices and schools (colleges) to place
bets on the Super Bowl. How the bet-
ting is done varies. Some do it on a
"point spread" between the two
scores. Sometimes people draw
slips of paper with numerical out-
comes and the owner of the correct
score will win. This is popular be-
cause it gives everyone a chance to
win and it's not necessarily based on
knowledge of any team. There are
also "Football Boards" in which
there is a huge board with numbers
along the top from 0 to 9 and along
the side 0 to 9.
However, they are covered up
and they aren't sequential. Betters


write their names in a square they
feel is lucky not knowing the co-or-
dinates of that square until all bets
are placed. Once the card is filled
with bets, the side numbers are ex-
posed (usually taped up) and then
players can see their co-ordinates.
An example is if you picked a
square with 0 on top and 7 at bottom.
The winners are determined by the
score and who has the matching
numbers with the scores for the 1st
half, halftime, 3rd quarter and final.
If you had 0-7 well you could win say
twice? You could win with 0-7 for the
first quarter and by the end of the
game it could be 10-7 or even 20-17.
They key is that the numbers end 0-
7. Now someone else might have 7-0
as their co-ordinates. Some people
feel that 0-0 is the best number be-
cause you start out a winner when
the game begins! :)
Super Bowl Parties
Just a few weeks after New
Years Day, comes the Super Bowl
Sunday. These are typically day-long
events held in private homes with
beer, chips, soda, pizza, and a
potluck supper. The highlight of the
party is the game and finding out
who won the money in the pool or on
the board. Because this is in the
dead of winter, it is also enjoyed by
those who don't even like football
just as an emotional excitement and
social enjoyment break from the
cold winter days.
The Super Bowl Trophy
The trophy is given to the win-
ning team and is named after Vince
Lombardi, whose game plan was "At-
tack, Attack, Attack!" The trophy is
symbolic of the values Lombardi ex-
emplified and the excellence he de-
manded of his players.
As I said earlier, the Green Bay
Packers dominated the Super Bowl
for the first few years under coach
Lombardi. So for many years the
team and the coach symbolized the
game because Lombardi took over
the Green Bay Packers in 1959,
where they had lost almost every
single game during the previous sea-
son. Within 2 years, Lombardi
turned the Green Bay Packers from
losers to winners of the NFL. And
they won the first two Super Bowls
in a row.
Now, other teams have had
greater winning streaks such as the
San Francisco 49ers, the Pittsburgh
Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys, it
is the Green Bay Packers and Vince
Lombardi who stands are as symbol-
izing what the Super Bowl repre-
sents to it's fans and the United
States of America.










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Man Arrested

For Marijuana

Possession
A man was arrested for possession of mari-
juana early last Saturday morning.
According to a Madison Police Department
report, on Saturday, Jan. 30, at 1:40 a.m., Sgt.
Chris Cooks conducted a traffic stop on a white
Dodge truck for a traffic infraction.
Sgt. Cooks made contact with the driver,
Melvin McQuay, and advised him the reason for
the stop.
While speaking with McQuay, Cooks ob-
served what appeared to be marijuana in the
cup holder.
After being questioned about the marijua-
na, McQuay admitted to the marijuana being
his.
At this time, McQuay was placed under ar-
rest for possession of marijuana less than 20
grams.
McQuay was transported to the county jail.


Man Arrested


For Battering


Girlfriend

A man was arrested for battering his girl-
friend last Sunday afternoon.
According to a Madison Police Depart-
ment report, on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 4:26 p.m.,
Ptl. Joey Smith was dispatched to SW Par-
ramore St. in reference to a battery.
On arrival, the victim advised Smith that
her boyfriend, Jarvis McQuay, had slapped
her across the forehead during a argument.
After investigating the complaint, Jarvis
McQuay was placed under arrest for domestic
violence battery and transported to the coun-
ty jail.


cont from Page 1
part of the rollerblade journey as the venture
through and out of Madison.
The athletes will be available for media inter-
views between February 6 and 7, 2010 before they
continue their journey to Tallahassee. Complete
tour details, blogs and donation information can be
followed on the In Motion for a Million website
http://www.inmotionforamillion.org.
For more information on In Motion for a Million
or to request information, please contact Steven
Feigenbaum at steven@inmotionforamillion.org or
(609) 203-6398.

Burgulary

cont from Page 1
The victim advised that Johnson had fled the
scene. The victim provided officers with a clothing
description of Johnson.
At this time, officers began canvassing the area
for the suspect. Madison County Deputy Mike Mau-
rice located the suspect walking on Bentley Avenue.
Rosenberg arrived and questioned Johnson.
At this time, Johnson was placed under arrest
for Burglary and transported to the county jail.
The victim's property was located and returned.

Firearm

cont from Page 1
As a result of the field interview, a handgun was
located on Dobson's person. Dobson was placed un-
der arrest for possession of a firearm by a convicted
felon.
Dobson was transported to the county jail.


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Terry Lawrence

Hendrix
Terry L. Hendrix
("Papaw"), 65, of
Taylor, died peace-
fully at his home
following a long
illness on Jan-
uary 22, 2010.
He was born
in Rayville,
La., to the late
Terry Lee i
Hendrix and
Mary Ethel
Anderson Hen-
drix on August
19, 1944. Terry
moved to Florida in
1986 and had lived in
Lee for 14 years before moving to Baker
County in 2009.
Terry enjoyed hunting, fishing, sports,
gardening, working on his computer and
being with his companion dog, Ben. He es-
pecially enjoyed time spent with family. He
was preceded in death by his parents; a
brother, Melvin "Bub" Hendrix; and a sis-
ter, Melva Ellen Black.
Survivors include his companion of 23
years, Carolyn Boss6 of Taylor; sisters, Lela
Silk and Nancy Stokley, both of Rayville,
La., and Mary Lee Cisko of Green Cove
Springs; daughters, Tandi Caldwell (Devin)
and Kylie Hendrix, both of Monroe, La.;
step-daughters, Susan Phillips (Henry) of
Lee, Pattie Hanner (Todd) of Glen St. Mary,
Vickie Boss6 of Cherry Lake and Sharon
Pickering (Tim) of Jacksonville Beach; 13
grandchildren; four great-grandchildren;
and numerous nieces and nephews.
Terry was a veteran of the U.S. Navy
and a member of the American Legion, Post
224 of Cherry Lake. He was of the Baptist
faith.
A memorial service was held at 2 p.m.
on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at his home in
Taylor. Pastor Scott Becker of Middleburg
officiated.
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny
was in charge of the arrangements. Please
send donations to Haven Hospice, Lake City,
FL.


Irene

Dempsey

Hammond

Irene Dempsey Hammond,
age 76, died Sunday, January 31,
2010, at home.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, February 3, 2010, at
2 p.m. at Hickory Grove
Methodist Church will burial at
Hickory Grove Cemetery. Visi-
tation was Tuesday, February 2,
2010 from 6-8 p.m.
She worked as a lab techni-
cian for McGual Industries and
as a medical transport driver
for Big Bend Transport for 18
years. She was a member of
Hickory Grove United
Methodist Church. She enjoyed
life and family and being
around people and liked to go
places.
She is survived by two
daughters, Alma Irene Agner
and (J.D.) of Lee; Elizabeth
Winona Campbell and
(Richard) of Milledgeville, Ga.;
daughter-in-law, Charlotte
Hammond; two sisters, Jimmie
Williams (Aaron) of Lee and
Shirley Allen of Jennings;
grandchildren, Angela H. Bal-
dazo (Manuel) of Pinetta, Stacy
Spires of Milledgeville, Ga.,
Chris Campbell (Erin) of
Dahlonega, Ga., April Ham-
mond of Thomasville, Ga.,
Heather Russell of Lee, Shan-
non Baughman (John) of Lee,
Daniel Hammond of
Thomasville, Ga., Josh Agner
of Lee, Marie Ferns, Robbie
Hernandez, Marco Hernandez,
Ryan Hernandez; 11 additional
grandchildren; 26 great-grand-
children; and a host of other
relatives.


February 3-14
Peanut Brittle and
Valentine's Day
How many of you
can use some help with a
gift for your loved ones
this Valentine's Day.
The Hanson United
Methodist Church
knows the perfect an-
swer some of their
"world renowned"
peanut brittle!
Your Sweetheart
might be disappointed if
it's not a box of choco-
lates or a dozen roses
but once she or he tastes
how delicious it is,
they'll be happy At the
price of the peanut brit-
tle, you could even give
it along with the roses.
The price of a pack-
age of the peanut brittle
is $2.00. For a $1.00 more
you can get it bagged in
a beautiful decorated
Valentine bag.
When ordering,
don't forget Mom and
Dad, classmates teach-
ers, bus drivers, etc. The
church would like to re-
mind everyone that they
make candy all year
long and can be ordered
ant time for any occa-
sion. The proceeds go
towards their building
fund and home mis-
sions.
To place your or-
ders, call 929-6903,
Glendyle Littleton or
973-6206, Laura Pulliam
or any member of the
church.

February 10
The February meet-
ing of 55 Plus Club,
which will be on
Wednesdav Feb10 2010


She was preceded in death as always, held at the
by her husband, Dallas Ham- United Methodist Coop-
mond, and son, Hal Hammond.


erative Community Cen-
ter on Highway 145
about 5 miles north of
Madison.
55 Plus Club meets
at noon for a luncheon
and program. This
month the speakers will
be Sylvia Catron, Kirk
Pitman and Nell Ring.
Their topic is "Free Fun
and Activities for Se-
niors" The host for the
luncheon will be First
United Methodist
Church. The lunch is al-
ways free and no reser-
vation are necessary.
The purpose of 55 Plus
Club is to meet for
Christian fellowship
over lunch and have an
informative or enter-
taining program which
has a particular interest
to seniors. Seniors,55
years and older, of any
faith are welcome. Re-
member 12:00 noon at
UMCM Community Cen-
ter on February 10.

February 11
F HA / F HA -
HERO/FCCLA Alumni
Reunion
The Madison Coun-
ty High School FCCLA
Chapter is hosting an
Alumni Reunion for all
past FHA, FHA/HERO,
and FCCLA members.
The meeting will be held
at the MCHS Cafeteria
on February lit at 6:30
p.m. Current FCCLA
members need your help
with a special project.
For more information
contact Brigitte Blanton
at (850) 673-9107.

February 20
The Junior Auxil-
iary of Madison pre-
sents Gems & Gents


Second Annual Father-
Daughter Dance on Sat-
urday, Feb. 20, from 6-8
p.m. at the Madison
Woman's Club. Admis-
sion is $10 per gent and
they can bring up to
three daughters. The
ticket price includes a 5"
x 7" portrait taken at the
event. Tickets are avail-
able at Wachovia Bank
and Odiorne Insurance.

Every First And
Third Monday
Consolidated Christ-
ian Ministries, located
at 799-C SW Pinckney
Street in Madison has
changed their food dis-
tribution give-out days.
Food will not be given
out and the first and
third Mondays of each
month from 10 a.m.-2:30
p.m. to those who have
signed up and qualified
in accordance with
USDA guidelines. Any-
one can come in and see
if they qualify and sign
up on the following
days: Tuesday, Wednes-
day or Thursday from 9
a.m.-11:45 a.m.

March 13
Seniors save on auto
insurance. Florida re-
quires all auto insur-
ance companies to give
drivers 50 and older
with a good driving
record and that com-
plete the AARP Driver
Safety Program a premi-
um discount for three
years. There will be a
class at the Madison
Ext. Bldg. on Saturday,
March 13, 2010, at 9:00
am. For more informa-
tion and to reserve a
seat, call 850-584-2193 or
850-843-0092.


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Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap
The State Communications Response vehicle is Amateur radios are shown at the National Weath-
shown at Florida State University. er Service office in Tallahassee.


Communications


During Disasters
Submitted by Pat .. .. tors who make their time,
Lightcap expertise and equipment
The ability to get mes- available when needed.
sages in and out of disas- One example is the
ter areas was amplified II I II Skywarn program with
lately by the destructive the National Weather Ser-
and deadly 7.0 earthquake vice.


Haiti.
The State of Florida
has a mobile Emergency
Operations Center that
can drive to any area in
the state where the local
communications infra-
structure is not opera-
tional. They have the
capacity to call upon re-


Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap
The inside of the State Communications Re-


sources needed from most sponse vehicle.
anywhere.
A back-up to the State system is Amateur Radio these resources working
Emergency Services made up of volunteer Ham Opera- safety of our citizens.


The/ famInily of Lt. Cob. O.L.
"Le-el" Caon/, Jr. wihv to thank
everyo-ne for their prayers,
vtsiCo, "alls, food ad^
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to-w easier to bwr
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Ham radios and an-
tennas are in place at the
NWS office in Talla-
hassee and when poten-
tially damaging weather
systems are coming in to
our area the radios are ac-
tivated and Ham operators
who are trained weather
observers can call in what
is happening in their
cities by two-way radio.
It is good to have all of
together in Florida for the

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Rid its (affiene Free!!


Raymond and Evelyn
Sq (Albritton) Pinkard
celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary
Januaryy 16t with a dinner
held in their honor at
Carnaval de Brasil
restaurant in Biloxi
VMississippi. Family and
friends joined them to
S'.elebrate this milestone.
They were married on
January 16th 1960 in
Madison and were residents
until 2008 when they moved to Mobile, Alabama to be
nearer to their children. They have two sons, Jerry Pinkard
of Mobile and Kenny Pinkard and his sons
(Dylan and Brandan Pinkard) of Crestview.


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Submitted by Pat Lightcap
A cool, wet Saturday morning on January 30
turned in to a bright and sunny afternoon on the
Florida State University campus in Tallahassee,
which is the home of the National Weather Service
(NWS) office for our area.
Paul Duval, Meteorologist-in-Charge of the NWS
office and his capable and friendly staff put on anoth-
er successful WeatherFest with assistance from the


FSU Department of Meteorology and various com-
munity groups.
The WeatherFest provided learning opportuni-
ties for all age groups with seminars, demonstrations,
a weather game fashioned after Jeopardy, weather
balloon launches, local TV meteorologists, a State
communications van, Amateur Radio, and the Severe
Weather Simulator to mention a few of the activities.
Duval and all the others who assisted are to be

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congratulated for putting on this event and also for
the work they do 24 hours a day, seven days a week to
keep people safe.
"We cannot control the weather but we can con-
trol our response to the weather when we know what
is coming," said Pat Lightcap who attended the event.
"Keep your weather alert radio on and have a person-
al, family and business plan to respond to any severe
weather events."


Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap
Paul Duval (Meteorologist-In-Charge) and
Kelly Godsey (Meteorologist) were on hand at
WeatherFest.
Photo submitted by Pat LightcapPhoto submitted by Pat Lightcap
Weather Balloon Tim Barry, Bryan Mroczka, and Angela Enyedi (Jacksonville NWS
office) all meteorologists demonstrate the severe weather simulator.


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A Brief Glimpse At Black History In Madison County
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
February is the month set aside to celebrate -
Black History. In honor of Black History Month, we -.
/, are looking at some of the people who helped shape -
S.Madison County While this group of photos is small -
and represents only a very few of the people who I
helped shape black history in Madison County,
Greene Publishing salutes all who helped make
Madison County the wonderful place that it is. IT
All photos are courtesy of the Florida Archives.......


Sumpter James, Sr., father of current city com-
missioner Sumpter James, was a civic and commu-
nity leader. He was the first black to register and vote
in Madison County.



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Rev. James C. Miller is pictured with his family.
Pictured are Miller, wife Juanita, and daughters Bren-
da and Elveta.


Lucile Day worked for the Madison County
Minnie Morgan Aikens taught school in Madison school system for years. She used to catch the Grey-
County for approximately 42 years. This photo was hound bus to Florida A&M University every day to at-
taken circa 1970. tend classes there.


Theodore and Rosetta Warren are pictured at their wedding. Theodore ran a taxi service in Madison for
years, while Rosetta was a school teacher and a Madison city commissioner. They are the parents of Renet-
ta Parrish, current county commissioner for District 4.


February 4, 1910
Mrs. Columbus Smith returned yesterday from
a visit of several days in Monticello, where she
went as a delegate to the Missionary Institute.



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While in that city, Mrs. Smith was a guest of her
mother, Mrs. EW Carroll.
Tom Hardee spent several days in Live Oak this
week and yesterday left for Denver, Col., where he
will remain for several months.
T.J. Beggs & Co. have arranged for a visit from
"Buster Brown" and his dog "Tige." This interest-
ing team will come to our city on the 15th of this
month to advertise the Brown Shoe Co. of St. Louis.
Capt. Theo Randall of Sampala was in town on
business Tuesday and stopped in the Enterprise-
Recorder office for an appreciated call.
February 3, 1950
Jim Allen Townsend, Jr., age 21, one of the
owners and operators of the Madison Stock Yards,
and Eddie Kulinsky, were killed about 9:30 a.m.
Monday at Day, when Townsend's truck was struck
by an oncoming engine of the Live Oak, Perry and
Gulf Railroad at the intersection of the Troy Road
and Railway tracks.
J.P. Johnson, supplier of Sinclair products, is
staging Sinclair's colorful Farm Show at Lee and
Pinetta next week.

DEALERS IN PECANS SINCE 1952

F. M. Guess

Pecan Company
201 South Lee Street. Valdosta, GA 31601

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We are still buying pecans and
we are still cracking and shelling
for the public !!!


Rev. Vernon Quigley, of Monticello, new pastor
of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, will hold his first
ever service at the church Sunday evening at 7:30.
Sharon Blanton, of San Diego, Cal., surprised
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.E Blanton by coming
home a few days before they expected him. He has
finished his basic training.
February 5, 1960
Mrs. Floree Breeden returned Tuesday from at-
tending the Spring Fashion Show in Atlanta.
Giant jumbo hamburgers in six-inch buns, 40
cents, at the White Top Drive-In.
Mrs. Lara Coody is able to be out after a recent
illness.
Miss Martha Selman, of Madison, and Miss
Judy Davis, of Albany, Ga., spent the weekend at
Macon, Ga., attending homecoming festivities at
Mercer University, guests of Miss Florida Davis.
February 6, 1970
Art Gomez and son, Jimmy, were Lions Club
guests of Wilbur Rutherford on Tuesday.
Airman First Class James Evans, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Evans of Greenville, is on duty
at Tan Son Nhut, Vietnam. He is a 1968 graduate of
Greenville Training School.
Miss Sissy Scruggs entertained the Girls' Cir-
cle Monday evening in her home with Mrs. R.H.
Browning, chairman, conducting the business
meeting.
A fire occurred at the Cargo Gas Station on
Jan. 31st at 4:25 p.m. when a 1963 Chevrolet, occu-
pied by two young men, stopped in front of the
Minute Market and then rolled down hill into a gas
pump. The pump and the car caught fire, heaving
damaging the car and ruining the gas pump.

February 8, 1980
Howard 0. Phillips, comptroller for Miller En-
terprises, Inc., Crescent City, has been invited to
serve on the Financial Management Advisory Com-
mittee for NACS (National Association of Conve-
nience Stores).
The Florida Cattleman, a book written by Joe
Akerman, is in its fourth printing. A total of 4,500
copies have been turned out so far.
Kim Newman, 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Newman of Greenville, is the new
Miss NFJC.
Donnie Bailey received the Offensive Lineman
Award, Jesse Solomon received the Defensive Line-
man Award and Carl Joseph received the Team
Award at the annual Madison High School football
banquet.


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"Then you will have
success if you are careful
to observe the decrees
and laws that the LORD
gave Moses for Israel. Be
strong and courageous.
Do not be afraid or dis-
couraged." 1 Chronicles
22:13
Sunday morning be-
gan with a beautiful mes-
sage through song by
Danielle Fries. Bill
Brown then followed
with the offertory prayer.
Pastor Ferrell's message
came from several verses
on the "Lord's Supper."
This was followed by the
congregation taking the
"Lord's Supper"
AWANA is being
held every Wednesday at
6 p.m. All students are
welcome to be a part of
AWANA or M-Pact
Youth.
Youth Minister Jim
Carey would also like to
invite everyone to join in
fellowship with our
youth group. They meet
every Wednesday at 6:15
p.m.
We would like to in-
vite you to join us for our
services! Our worship
schedule is as follows:
Sunday school 10-11 a.m.
Sunday Morning Wor-
ship 11 a.m.-12 noon. Sun-


tSappenin


Madison

First Bapti
Church

By Kristin Finne
day Evening Worship 6-7
p.m., followed by youth
dinner and fellowship
until 8 p.m. Wednesday
evening services begin at
6 p.m.for both the adults
and youth and lasts until
8 p.m.
Again, we would like
to extend our prayers to
the Haitians and Haitian
families who have been
affected by the devastat-
ing earthquake that
struck almost three
weeks ago.
The Florida Baptist
Convention is taking do-
nations for these fami-
lies. Details can be found
on the conventions web-
site wwwflbaptist.org.
All gifts earmarked for
disaster relief can be
sent to:


Florida Baptist
Convention
1230 Hendricks Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32207

In the Florida Baptist
Convention there are ap-
proximately 890 Baptist
Churches. From these
churches, nearly 60,000
members have been di-
rectly affected by the dev-
astation that residents of
Haiti are currently facing.
These will be times
of great trial and turmoil
in the lives of those af-
fected. Through Christ
alone will they remain
strong, and it is our job
here in America to do our
part. If you can't send a
gift or even if you can,
send your prayers daily.
God Bless!


It is hard to believe
that January has passed
and that we are already in
the month of February
We are excitedly looking
ahead to see what great
works the Lord will do in
the coming days ahead.
Our Women's Mis-
sionary Union (WMU)
will serve as host for our
associational WMU meet-
ing on February 9. The
event is always one of joy
for the ladies. The meet-
ing will feature the Ark
Singers from the
Ukraine.
We are also looking
forward to our Valentine's
Banquet and our commit-
tee has great things
planned for us.


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By Delbert Redditt,
Pastor,
Faith Baptist
Church
Our Youth Pastor Jer-
ry Meeks is busy plan-
ning for an exciting
summer including a trip
to Ridgecrest in North
Carolina for our Youth
Summer Camp.
We are continuing
our study in Revelation


on Sunday Night. If you
are interested in what
God has in store, plan to
attend.
Remember to get ex-
cited about Jesus and ex-
pect God to do great
things and that Faith is
fantastic!


gill caither %nd homecoming friends

%ll1 Jnto 9'allahassee friday eightt


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Homecoming Friends con-
cert tour, featuring Bill Gaither
and his homecoming guests, will
roll into Tallahassee on Friday
evening, Feb. 5, at 7 p.m.
"We have a new vocal band,"
Bill Gaither told this writer in a
recent telephone interview, "The
lineup for the vocal band will in-
clude Mark Lowery, David Phelps,
Michael English and Wes Hamp-
ton."
Gaither himself will round
out the group as the bass singer
for the Gaither Vocal Band.
Gaither said that the Isaacs
will also be on hand and will in-
troduce their new project.
"This new project will be ex-
citing for the people who like to
hear vocals," he said. "They are
probably on a level now most peo-
ple haven't heard before. This is
the best they have done in a long,
long time."
Gaither said that about half
the songs on the Isaacs' new pro-
ject are sung a capella.


Gordon Mote, Kevin Williams,
Lynda Randle, Charlotte Ritchie
and Russ Taff will also be fea-
tured on a fun-filled evening of
praise and music.
"It's going to be a good night,"
Gaither promises.
Gaither said that the Home-
coming Friends (with the brand
new Gaither Vocal Band lineup)
have a brand new project called
Better Day, which was filmed be-
fore a live audience in San Anto-
nio, Texas. The project will be
available this weekend.
"We're also working on a new
audio project that will be released
this summer," he said.
Gaither said that the Home-
coming Friends cruise that will be
held this year will go to Hawaii.
"It will be a whole week on
ship with a whole bunch of fun
characters," he said.
Gaither and his wife, Gloria,
spent a week in Sarasota relaxing
last week. He said that they enjoy
spending summers at home in In-
diana with his grandchildren in
the summer.




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