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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise recorder
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Enterprise-recorder
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Madison Fla
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Our 149th Year, Number 32www.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, Telling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right To Know Index1 Section, 12 Pages Local WeatherViewpoints 2 Around Madison 3-7 Sports 8Future Leaders Of America 9 Earth Day 10 Classieds/Legals 11Friday, April 18, 2014Madison, Florida Lee Resident Burglarized Suwannee County Resident HomeBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.ALee resident was picked up by the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce for an out of county warrant from Suwannee County and he was transported to the Suwannee County Jail, Tuesday, April 8 for two counts of burglary of a dwelling, petit theft, dealing in stolen property and grand theft. According to the Suwannee County Sheriffs Ofce report, Dustin Ray Perry, 27, burglarized a home in Suwannee County, Wednesday, March 12. A Rolex watch and $100 in cash was stolen. The same home was burglarized again on Saturday March 15. Approximately $2000 worth of jewelry, a television, a welder, Xbox and other items were stolen. Perry pawned the stolen jewelry at American Pawn for $220 on Monday, March 17. According to the Suwannee County Sheriffs Ofce report, Perry confessed to both burglaries and has only been able to return less than $100 worth of the stolen property. Perry stated that all of the rest of the property had gone to purchasing drugs. A total bond of $77,500 was set and as of press time on Thursday, he still remained in the Suwannee County Jail. Dustin Ray PerryMan Attempts To Flee From Madison County Sheriff DeputySubmitted By Madison County Sheriffs Ofce Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday, April 15, at 7:22 p.m. a Madison County Sheriffs Deputy attempted to conduct trafc stop on a Silver four-door sedan for committing a trafc violation at the intersection of US 90 and 221 South in Greenville. The vehicle quickly accelerated and began to actively ee from the deputy. The driver was identied as Fredrick Leon Dawson from Tallahassee. A pursuit was initiated only lasting four minutes and covering about four miles when the driver of the eeing vehicle, bailed out and ran on foot in front of H & R Grocery located on Grand St. The deputy continued the chase on foot and apprehended Dawson a short time later. Dawson stated he ed because his drivers license was suspended. During a search of the vehicle Dawson was driving, deputies discovered a small plastic bag containing cocaine on the front oor of the vehicle along with a ledger describing cocaine sales. Dawson was transported to the Madison County Jail without further incident. Dawson was charged with eeing or attempting to elude, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of an open container of alcohol, resisting, obstructing or opposing an ofcer without violence and driving while license is suspended or revoked with knowledge. Fredrick DawsonCity Commissioner Thompson Schedules Community MeetingDistrict 2 City Commissioner Ina Thompson will host a community meeting from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., on Thursday, April 24, at Madison City Hall. The purpose of this community meeting is for citizens and business owners to air issues and concerns about city services and other city-related topics. Attending the meeting will be City Manager Tim Bennett, Police Chief Gary Calhoun and Fire Chief Bruce Jordan. Residents and business owners from the citys other four voting districts are welcomed to attend. Their comments and concerns will be provided to their respective city commissioners.Pinetta Woman Injured In Motorcycle Accident In Ga. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Alocal Pinetta resident was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident Friday, April 11 in Unadilla, Ga. while attending the Angel City Motorcycle Rally. According to a Georgia State Patrol report, Marci Blair Scanlan was riding as a passenger on the back of a Harley Davidson Softail, being driven by Theron Legrand Lankford, of Douglas, Ga. They were traveling down a path designated for motorcycles at the event. The motorcycle veered to the left and struck a display trailer with another motorcycle on it. It was noted in the Georgia State Patrol report that Lankford had stated his riding glove became wedged in the throttle causing the throttle to stick and for him to lose control of the motorcycle. Lankford was transported by Dooly County E.M.S. to Crisp Regional Medical Center for nonincapacitating head injuries. Georgia State Patrol reported that Lankford had a blood alcohol content of 0.03. (Georgias legal limit is shown to be 0.08.) Scanlan was transported by Meda-Vac to Macon Medical Center for incapacitating head injuries and remains in ICU. A bank account for Marci Scanlan has been set up at Madison County Community Bank for donations to help Scanlan during her recovery. There will a dinner at the Courthouse lawn on Friday, May 2. All donations will go towards Marci Scanlans recovery. There are several other rafes and fundraisers being organized, at this time. Marci Scanlan MCCS Baseball And Softball Teams Attend Conference Championship Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Rose Klein, April 10, 2014MCCSs Broncos played hard to attend the Florida Star Conference Championship, but fell just short of bringing home the win. The 2014 Broncos Baseball team in the front row, left to right, are: Kyler Hal, Dalton Sherrill, Zarkese Haynes, Brinson Rye, Kyle Sealey and Brailey Sparks. In the back row, left to right, are: Coach Dustin Rucker, Logan Lepper, Jae Mitchell, Dustin Bass, Dylan Bass, Drew Herring, Zane Herring, Drew Annett and Coach Mike Ragans. The Madison County Central Schools Bronco Baseball team has enjoyed a great year which enabled them to attend the Florida Star Conference Championship last Thursday. The Broncos were pitted against Baker County and both teams gave everything they had during the game, but in the end the Broncos fell to Baker, losing 2-1. Coach Mike Ragans said everyone played well and Dustin and Dillon Bass both pitched an outstanding game for the Broncos. Jae Mitchell was 1-2 at the plate and Drew Annett was 2-3 with the Broncos having runners in scoring position three different innings, but unable to get a clutch hit. Madison and Baker were tied after the fourth inning and scored at the top of the fth, but Baker was able to get in two runs at the end of the fth, ending the scoring for the game. The Broncos nished the year 9-3. We had a very good group of eighth grade players to lead this team, said Coach Ragans. They have been together with us for three years and are not just good athletes but excel in the classroom as well. He also added that they would be recognized at their next level of baseball play. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Rose Klein, April 10, 2014The MCCS Broncos softball coaches, Matt Replogle (on left) and Kim Gore (on right), are extremely proud the team earned a trip to the Florida Star Conference Championship game this past Thursday. The sixth-eighth grade girls who make up the team, kneeling left to right in the front row, are: Iesha Aikens, Haily Deihl, Laila Dickey, Abi Annett, Kaylee Groover, Amber Reed and Savannah Wilford. Standing in the back row, from left to right, are: Kelley Crosby (manager), Cali Dyal, Hope Underhill, Hailey Crosby, Kenyia Davis, McKenzie Miller and Esther Oro (manager). The Broncos Softball team had a successful season. The team consisted of 3 eighth graders (Hailey Crosby, Hailey Deihl and McKenzie Miller), 4 seventh graders (Iesha Aikens, Laila Dickey, Kaylee Groover and Amber Reed), 5 sixth graders (Abi Annett, Kenyia Davis, Cali Dyal, Hope Underhill and Savannah Wilford), and two managers (Esther Oro, eighth grade and Kelley Crosby, sixth grade). The Head Coach was Matt Replogle and the Assistant Coach was Kim Gore. The Broncos started off strong in February with three victories. The rst game was in Lake City against Richardson. The Broncos scored nine quick runs in the rst inning and never looked back for a nal score of Broncos 26 Richardson 4. The entire team contributed and Dickey led the way offensively with three hits. Groover, Reed and Deihl added two hits each. Next, Taylor County came to Madison for a conference game. The Broncos jumped on them quickly, scoring 10 runs in the rst two innings, with the nal being Broncos 14Taylor County 4. Annett gave up two unearned runs and zero earned runs in four innings. Dickey, Deihl and Crosby led the way at the plate with two hits each. Game three had Governors Charter School come to Madison. The girls again jumped on the opponent early, scoring nine runs in the rst inning on their way to a 21-4 victory. Offensively, Underhill, Reed, Davis and Wilford had two hits each with Miller leading the way with three knocks. The game ended with a shocking triple play to end February with a 3-0 record. The Broncos started off March with AucillaSee Softball Championship On Page 3 Relay Dinner Celebrates Life With Survivors See Page 5Future Leaders Of AmericaSee Page 9

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Just imagine that you are going to return to a town where you've been before but this time, it will be different. The roads will be lined with thousands of your adoring fans who will cheer your name and throw palm fronds and even their own clothes down in front of you. You are adored and the clamor of your arrival does not tell the true fate that awaits you. Days later, many of the same people who cried out their joy at seeing you come into town, riding on the back of a young donkey, now have a different voice. They still fill the air with their cries; only this time, the cries are to kill you. They shout Crucify Him! Jesus Christ was crucified on a day that we remember each year as Good Friday. He had done no wrong. He had healed the sick and made blind eyes see. He had even raised the dead. Now, He would die for our sins not just the sins of those who were beating Him, driving nails in His hands and feet or standing idly by and enjoying the crucifixion with a smirk on their faces. No, He looked ahead in time and saw you, me and everyone for centuries to come and He offered His life for us so we can be washed by His blood. This Good Friday, let's remember His sacrifice. This Easter, let's remember Him rising from the grave, victorious over sin. Will those who don't know Christ as their Savior, accept Him? Or will they shout with vicious voices, Crucify Him? Since April is Financial Literacy Month, lets focus on the issue. You would pr obably agree that learning to manage money is a critical skill for everyone, but everyone has a different opinion on when that needs to begin. To complicate matters, many parents dont know where to begin. Financial literacy can start early in a childs life and parents should play a big role in teaching their children how to handle money. Think about it, a young child soon knows a dollar bill has more buying power than a quarter. Money lessons need to be age appropriate, but learning experiences can be a part of your daily routine and activities. Parents can help kids practice the concepts of planned spending and saving for a future purchase. Parents often wonder how to teach their children about managing money. The rst step is to set a good example for your child to follow. Do you spend money without thinking? Are you careless and buy things on impulse? Do you make weekly trips to buy and add things to the basket that cause you to overspend? Your money habits send loud messages to your children. A good practice is to get into the habit of talking about money. Kids dont need to know your income, but they should be aware that when parents earn money that money is used to pay bills and support the family. Money is a limited resource and only goes so far. They need to see you pay bills and be a part of consumer buying such as grocery shopping. If you use a debit card, explain how that money is subtracted from your account at the bank when you swipe the card. Likewise, when using a credit card, they need to understand that you will be receiving a bill that has to be paid. You dont want a child to think that a piece of plastic is magic and lets you acquire whatever you want without paying for it. If they see you writing checks or paying bills online, explain that process. They begin to get the concept that money comes in and is then used to pay for food, clothing and shelter for the family. A great nancial activity is to put the kids in charge of recording the money you spend on a trip or outing. Start this weekend if you are going to Down Home Days. Have the children record every purchase your family makes, like food, games and lunch. Once home, the kids can add up all of the purchases then everyone can see the amount of money spent. Better yet, set a dollar amount to spend and let them track the money as you go. Even the cost of a trip to a movie can be tracked and talked about after you return home. These money ventures help children understand that entertainment and trips cost money that adds up quickly. It may inspire your family to spend less money on the next outing or better yet, save up money ahead of time for the next outing. As my father used to remind me, There isnt a money tree in the back yard. An allowance is always a big question for parents. Do you give kids money to use or should it be tied to chores? That is a personal family decision. Children do need to contribute to the upkeep of the family home and their chores should be age appropriate, but whether you pay for chores or give a child a set amount of money each week is a family decision. The important thing is to use an allowance as a tool to teach money management. An easy method to handling an allowance is to help your children set up a three jar money system; one jar for spending, another for saving and the third for charitable contributions. Use a 70/20/10 split, let children spend 70 percent as they wish; save 20 percent and reserve 10 percent for charity. They can choose to put more of their spending money into the savings jars to reach their goal faster, but no fair sneaking money from the charitable jar! While your child is saving money for the big purchase, help research the different retail establishments that sell the item to get the best price. All of these experiences help develop consumer skills of spending and savings that build nancial literacy over a lifetime. For more information on managing money, contact the Madison County Extension Service to help you get organized and headed down the path of nancial stability. The University of Florida Extension/Madison County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Institution.Viewpoints & Opinions2 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Read Jacobs blog at www.jacobbembry.com. His book, Higher Call, is available in Kindle format at www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com. Madison County Extension Service Jacobs Ladder Jacob BembryColumnist Conservative Corner Conservative CornerBy Nelson A. Pryor Diann DouglasGuest Columnist C r u c i f y H i m ? Financial Literacy Begins At Home Common Core is a scheme to nationalize and internationalize education. Indiana's Governor, Mike Pence, put his state's students rst, and said they would be best served by education decisions made at the state and local level. Ignatius Donnelly This obscure Minnesota Congressman, In the Congressional Globe of Feb. 1, 1866, page 586, told Southerners what he thought of them. Imagine him being put in charge of Common Core! It is people like him that Americans have heretofore not been prepared to face down. We have had a long list of destroyers of educational standards. Men like John Dewey, George S. Counts, Horace Mann, and so many more. And we have barely survived them. What education has made us, the common man, would not be recognizable to our forefathers. Would You Buy A Horse From This Man? Congressman Donnelly said: "The one great error of our country has been that education was not from the very rst, made a matter of the state, and as essential to the citizen, as liberty itself. Education means the intelligent exercise of liberty, and surely without this, liberty is a calamity, since it means simply the unlimited right to err. Who can doubt that if a man is to govern himself he should have the means to know what is best for himself, what is injurious to himself, what agencies work against him and what for him? And the avenue to all this is simply education. Suffrage without education is an edged tool in the hands of a child-dangerous to others and destructive to himself." Now, what is the condition of the South in reference to all this? I said Donnelly, assert that it is such as would bring disgrace upon any despotism in Christendom." The great bulk of the people are rude, illiterate, semi-civilized; hence their rebellion; hence all the atrocious barbarities that accompanied it." The number of ignorant is indicated by the proportion unable to read and write; indicated, I say, but not fully shown, because, of the practically ignorant, of those who read neither books nor newspapers, and are thus cut off from acquiring information through its ordinary channels; the proportion who have never learned their letters or to write their names may be small indeed." I repeat, the condition of the South in this respect would be shameful to any semi-civilized people, and is such as to render a republican government, resting on the intelligent judgment of the people, an impossibility. What is taught? Parents are usually the last ones to know what their children are taught. Obviously, or hopefully, men like Donnelly will out themselves, be exposed, and be dealt with. But John Dewey had a long run readjusting students to his agenda. So did George S. Counts, Jr. How do parents protect their children from this programmed learning? By not falling for top down control systems like Common Core. Common Core THE MADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 22, at the Madison Library ALL Republicans Welcome Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com Jail ReportInformation in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc., by the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identied in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001. April 9 Tara Anette Monlyn Battery. Michael Kenneth Farrell Driving while license suspended or revoked/hibitual. Eion Dereck Kelvin Out of County Warrant (New York). Thomas James Baldwin Criminal Registration. Justin Edward Sheffield Disorderly Intoxication.April 10 Hailey Clairice Harbuck Possess/Use drug paraphernalia and possess less than 28 grams of marijuana. April 11 Blaise Garrett Mendheim Disorderly intoxication. David Ryan Oates Liquor possession under 21-years-old, drug possession without a prescription (meth) and drug equipment possession. Johnny Richard Weatherspoon Violation of parole (county). Gene Austin McClamma Jr Serving weekend sentence for DUI.April 12 Larvary Wendell Copeland Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, possession of a firearm with serial numbers removed, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, deliver more that 20 grams of cannabis, reckless driving, driving while license suspended and flee or elude law enforcement officer at high speeds. Roberto Nieto Cruz No valid drivers license and failure to register vehicle. April 13 Jason Edward Stephenson Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jean Michael Marcelin Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, possession of a firearm with serial numbers removed and deliver more than 20 grams of cannabis. Jeffrey Blaine Lightner Battery domestic and abuse child. April 14 James David Pearce Battery/Domestic. Nathaniel Burnett Failure to appear. Selena Shunta Wilson Out of County.April 15 Israel Iscariot Craddock Battery and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. Terrance Antone White Criminal Registration. Fredrick Leon Dawson Fleeing/eluding, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting without violence. James Ray Newbern DUI and refuse to submit to DUI test after license suspended. A worker at a Baskin Robbins on the Peninsula has been arrested after police said he offered a 32ndavor not on the menu: marijuana. A police dispatcher thwarted a burglary attempt at a Maplewood business when a suspect inadvertently called 911 and left the line open as he and an alleged accomplice discussed the crime, police say. A man told a court that he couldn't remember stealing a bottle of wine but it sounded like something he would do.

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From Page One Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 World NewsBy Rose Klein The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreenePath of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativeJeanette DunnBookkeeperBrooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classieds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Wednesday at 3 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included)Since 1865 -Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity.The Madison The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Enterprise-RecorderMadison Recorder established 1865 New Enterprise established 1901 Consolidated June 25, 1908 Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Ofce 32340. Publication No. 177.400. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enterprise-Recorder P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline.P.O. Box 772 Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com 2013Marijuana Vending Machine Makes Debut In Avon, Colo., the company American Green has introduced the rst-ever marijuana vending machine where it debuted outside of Montanas Smokehouse barbeque restaurant. The Zazz machine requires users to swipe their drivers license to verify their identity and age and multiple cameras are also attached to the machine and uses advanced biometrics to make sure the person swiping the license is the same person depicted on the card. Woman Who Hits Cyclist Tells Police, I Just Dont Care In Koroit, Australia, a 21-year-old woman, who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving after using her phone 44 times prior to hitting a cyclist, allegedly told ofcers following the accident, I just dont care. Kimberly Davis refused to help the biker, who suffered a spinal fracture, after hitting him and reportedly told a police ofcer, I just dont care because Ive already been through a lot of [expletive] and my car is like pretty expensive and now I have to x it. Im kind of pissed off that the cyclist has hit the side of my car. She called for emergency services to help the cyclist 51 seconds after receiving a text message. Davis was ned $4500 and lost her license for nine months. New Mascot Strives To Stop Public Defecation In India In Mumbai, India, a new mascot has been introduced in an attempt to clean up public defecation. Mr. Poo made his debut in the music video, Poo Party and as a result has motivated 100,000 people to pledge in helping India end open defecation. More than 620 million people in India do not use a toilet and 28 million children have no toilet facilities at their school. The Poo2Loo website, where Mr. Poo can be viewed, reports that over 65 million kilos of poo is put out everyday and if this continues to be let loose, there will be no escaping the stench of life threatening infections, diseases and epidemics. Softball Championship Cont. From Page 1coming to visit. The visiting team jumped on the Broncos to go up 13-2 in the second inning. The Broncos never gave up and fought back to win the game 24-14 and go to 4-0. Reed led the team with four hits, while Deihl and Dickey added two each. Lake City was the next opponent at home. The Broncos fell down early, 1-9, but fought their way back to be down by three runs. Lake City had too much at the end and pulled away for a win 6-15. Annett, Deihl and Dickey led the way with two hits each. Next the Broncos traveled to Live Oak to face conference rival Suwannee. It was a tight game until the last inning with the Broncos being defeated 2-12. Annett led the way with two hits. The Broncos now standing at 4-2, looking to get back to the winning ways, were set to face Suwannee in a rematch at home. Annett pitched an excellent game only giving up three hits, while Aikens was a star in left with eight putouts. Dickey led the way with two doubles and three RBIs. The Broncos now stood 5-2 and were ready to start playing again in April after having several game cancellations due to the weather. Their first game was a trip to Lake City. Wilford pitched a great game only giving up two earned runs but the team fell 0-7. Next they traveled to Perry for a rematch with Taylor County. The team needed a win to reach the Championship Game and came through with a 10-4 victory. Annett again pitched an excellent game giving up only one run in five innings. Miller led the team with three hits and Groover chipped in with two. The Broncos earned the right to host the Florida Star Conference Championship game on Thursday April 10. The Broncos gave up seven unearned runs in the first inning, but never gave up. The team played hard to the end but fell 1-11. The Broncos ended the season 63 and look to build on their accomplishments next year with nine returning players. The school and coaches are extremely proud of the team and look forward to next year. Rainfall Improves Drought ConditionsBy Lazaro AlemanGreene Publishing, Inc.Rainfall was uniformly high across the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) during March, with every county seeing above-average precipitation, according to the agencys latest hydrologic conditions report.The report indicates that the region received 7.49 inches of rainfall in March, or about three inches higher than the historic average of 4.50 inches, based on readings dating from 1932. This was the wettest March since 2003 and the 13thwettest in 80 years of record-keeping, the SRWMD reports. The highest rainfall recorded in March was 13.8 inches in 1948, which caused record flooding on the Suwannee River. Average rainfall for the 12 months ending March 31 was 9.5 inches higher than the long-term average of 54.63 inches, the highest annual surplus since 2005, according to the report. And the average rainfall for the three months ending March 31 was 5.8 inches higher than the long-term average of 12 inches. Madison County received 8.32 inches, compared with the March average of 5.72 inches. Madison County received 63.48 inches during the last 12 months, or 113 percent of the annual normal. Jefferson County, for its part, received 8.24 inches, compared with the March average of 5.80 inches. The county received 57.08 inches of rainfall during the last 12 months, or 94 percent of the annual normal. Rivers generally rose in response to the heavy rains, with the Aucilla among the rivers that reached flood stage at least once during the month. Lake levels likewise rose across the district for the second time in as many months. Groundwater levels also improved for the third consecutive month. Overall, levels increased from near the 78thpercentile in February to the 90thpercentile in March, based on records beginning in the 1970s, the report states. In general, conditions were at their highest since September 2005Only one well in the district, in northwestern Jefferson County, was below its long-term median. The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Centers (CPC) three-month outlook shows equal chances of above or below normal precipitation through June, according to the report. The CPI issued an El Nino watch on March 6 giving a 50 percent chance of El Nino developing in the summer or fall, the report states. According to the National Weather Service, El Nino effects, including enhanced precipitation and severe weather in the southeast, are strongest in the fall, winter and spring. In the summer, El Nino can reduce the formation of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic by causing increased wind shear. The SRWMD continues its Phase I Water Shortage Advisory, which urges the voluntary reduction of unnecessary water usage. Information about the SRWMDs year-round lawn and landscape irrigation measures can be found at www.mysuwanneeriver.com. The SRWMD encompasses all or parts of 15 counties in northcentral Florida, including Madison and the eastern portion of Jefferson. The monthly report is a compilation of data collected from radar-derived rainfall estimates, groundwater and surface water levels, river flows and other sources.

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Around Madison County4 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 ObituariesCommunity Calender April 19 Genesis Missionary Baptist Church and the Faithful Few Gospel Singers are presenting a Preresurrection praise, word and song service on Saturday, April 19 at 7 p.m., located at 2062 NE Colin Kelley Highway in Madison.April 20 Concord Baptist will start Easter Sunday with a Sunrise Service at 7 a.m. at the Hamburg and Lovett re station and follow with traditional services with Sunday School at 10 a.m. and Church Service at 11 a.m. Service will be followed by Homecoming and an Easter egg hunt with a covered dish dinner. All are invited to attend.April 21 Final deadline for the Miss Relay for Life Pageant is Monday, April 21. The pageant date is Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. For more information on the pageant or for applications, contact: Danyel Rucker at (850) 6738539; danyelrucker@hotmail.com or Renae Williams at (850) 673-8492; renaewilliams67@hotmail.com. April 26 The Health Ministry of Mt. Zion-Cherry Lake A.M.E. Church is sponsoring a Health Fair Seminar at the church on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A host of health care professionals will be sharing benecial information that will help improve the quality of health. All ages are encouraged to participate, but special emphasis will be devoted to specic health concerns of men and women. A healthy lunch will be provided. The church is located at 407 NE Mt. Zion A.M.E.C. Avenue, one mile east of the ashing light at the Cherry Lake crossroads.April 26 Willie and Betty Odom will be celebrating their 50thWedding Anniversary with a walk-in reception at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. The reception will be held in the fellowship hall on Saturday, April 26 from 2-4 p.m. All are welcome to join in the celebration. For R.S.V.P. or more information, call Kasey Odom at (850) 673-7812 or email: kaseyodom@yahoo.com.April 29 The Madiso n and Taylor County Sheriffs Ofces and Timberland Ford are sponsoring a golf tournament at the Madison Golf and Country Club, Tuesday, April 29, at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. for Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting, with proceeds going towards their recovery. For more information, contact the Madison Golf and Country Club at (850) 9736701.April 30 The Healthy Start coalition of Madison, Jefferson and Taylor Counties invites everyone to a community forum State of the Infant on Wednesday, April 30 at 9:30 a.m. The coalition will be discussing the impact of Medicaid reform and addressing the health and wellbeing of Madison County infants. For more information, contact Donna Hagan at the Healthy Start Coalition at (850) 948-2741 or dhagan@healthystartjmt.org .M a r v i n A n d E s t e l l e B a s s 7 0 t h W e d d i n g A n n i v e r s a r y C e l e b r a t i o n Marvin and Estelle Bass invite family and friends to help them celebrate their 70thWedding Anniversary. The couple will hold the celebration Saturday, April 19, from 2 4 p.m., at Hopewell Baptist Church, located at 4730 SW CR 360 in Madison. For more information, contact Marvin and Estelles daughter, Kay, at (850) 973-0542. By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Willie and Betty Odoms son Tony and their grandchildren, Kasey and Austin, will be hosting a celebration for them in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. A walk-in reception for Willie and Betty will be held on Saturday, April 26, from 2-4 p.m. at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. The reception will be held in the fellowship hall where refreshments will be served. The family asks everyone to please join them in celebrating this special occasion and to R.S.V.P. by calling or texting Kasey Odom at (850) 673 7812 or email kaseyodom@yahoo.com.W i l l i e & B e t t y O d o m T o C e l e b r a t e 5 0 t h W e d d i n g A n n i v e r s a r y T h a n k Y o u We would like to take this opportunity to thank our family and friends for our beautiful 50thWedding Anniversary celebration. Your presence, prayers, best wishes, cards and gifts are deeply appreciated and will always be remembered. A special thank you to our children, Doug and Kim Bass, Rhonda and Jeff Gore, Kim Bass and our grandchildren, Kendal Wilson, Dustin and Dylan Bass, Jadyn and Carter Gore for their love and a wonderful, memorable weekend. Ronald and Laurie BassJ u a n i t a E z e l l B a x l e y Juanita Ezell Baxley, 88, of Merritt Island, went home to be with her Lord on Sunday, April 13. Juanita was a member of First Baptist Church of Cocoa, Order of Eastern Star, Gideon Auxillary and on the Board of Directors of Derby Street Chapel. She is survived by her husband of 69 years, R. Stanley Baxley; son Wayne S. Baxley of Sacramento, Ca.; daughter Bonnie Hope Gonzalez of Sacramento, Ca.; sisters: Frances Keyes of Gainesville; Shelby Ezell of Clearwater; and Patricia Rowell of Shady Grove; brother Ronald Ezell of Deland and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Calling hours were Thursday, April 17, at 5-8 p.m. at Wylie-Baxley Funeral Home in Merritt Island. Services will be Friday, April 18 at 2:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Cocoa. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at Lee Memorial in Lee. In lieu of owers, donations may be given to Derby Street Chapel, P.O. Box 682, Cocoa, Fl., 32922. Condolences may be shared at www.wyliebaxleymerrittisland.com. T h e l m a W e b b T h o r n t o n Thelma Aunt T Webb Thornton, 95, died Monday, April 14, at Lake Park of Madison. A graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, April 26 at 2 p.m., at Corinth Cemetery in Lee. She was one of ten children born to Willoughby Drew Webb and Della Mariah Thomas Webb of Lee. After high school, she lived in Tallahassee and worked for a short time with the Florida Legislature. She then moved to Jacksonville, where she would live for the next 60 years. She worked at Montgomery Ward in retail sales. Her banking career lasted 35 years until she retired from Atlantic Bank in 1987. During those years, and after retirement, she volunteered as a Pink Lady. At the VFW, she was known as T. Her delicious pizza, made at the VFW, was known by many. Proceeds from pizza sales were used to buy comfort items for disabled veterans. Once a month, she baked cakes and made homemade chicken salad sandwiches. On Saturdays, she traveled to the Lake City VA Hospital to distribute her comfort packs and homemade goodies. She loved gardening, golf, Jeff Gordon and the Florida Gators. She believed sharing her love and blessings with others was her purpose in life. She was preceded in death by her parents: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb; brothers: Junior, Curtis, Max and Tebo Webb; sisters: Lena, Josie, Helen, Willa Dean and Betty. She leaves behind her nephew, Joe Webb and his wife Bonnie whom she lived with and cared for her for many years; a dear friend, Monty Revord of Jacksonville; beloved sister-in-law, Louise Webb; beloved brother-in-law, L. H. James, a host of nieces and nephews and many friends all over the United States. Donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 225 SW Smith Street, Madison, Fl., 32340. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website www.beggsfuneral.com. Billy Charles ConeBilly Charles Cone, 54, died Wednesday, April 16, at his home in Trenton, Fl. He was born in Monticello, on September 8, 1959 to Hunter Cone and Josephine Miller. Mr. Cone lived in Trenton for the past 11 years and worked as a Plant Manager for the Old Castle Lawn & Garden, Inc. Mr. Parker is survived by his wife of 32 years, Shari Day Cone; two sons: P.J. Cone (wife Tracee) and Joshua Cone, all of Trenton; one daughter: Candice Burris (husband Clint) of Monticello, Ark.; two brothers: Nelson Cone of Greenville and Johnny Cone of Perry; two sisters: Carolyn Grier of Greenville and Iris Williams of Wewahitchka, Fl., and four grandchildren. He was predeceased by his father, Hunter Cone and his mother, Josephine Miller. A visitation will be held Friday, April 18, from 5-7 p.m., at Beggs Funeral Home in Perry with a Memorial Service beginning at 4 p.m., on Saturday, April 19, also at Beggs Perry Chapel. In lieu of owers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Beggs Funeral Home Perry Chapel is in charge of arrangements. To send your condolences to the family visit our website at www.beggsfuneral.com. W a y B a c k W h e n April 15, 1949 The annual Madison County Field Day will be held at Lanier Field in Madison, Friday, April 22. All the schools from grades 5-12 will participate. Events will include for the boys: high jump, broad jump, baseball throw, dashes, relays, horseshoes, postures, sack races and volleyball. For the girls there will be: three-legged races, dashes, relays, potato race, diamond ball throw, posture, sack race, horseshoes and volleyball. Palm Sunday was observed with appropriate services Sunday at the First Methodist church. At the morning hour the sermon by the pastor, Rev. B. M. Montgomery was on the theme of the Triumphal Entry. The King is coming In the Name of the Lord was the text. The choir sang Into the Woods My Master Went. Mrs. H. R. Ellis gave a lovely childrens party Monday afternoon in celebration of her little daughter Karen Anne, who was three years old. Fifteen little friends in the neighborhood enjoyed the occasion with the little honoree. The Sanitary Poultry Market operated by Frank Beitler and J. C. Moon, opened for business this week at 305 S Range St., the store formerly occupied by Alex H. Smith Jewelry Co., in Madison. April 21, 1950 Madison won its opening baseball game in the Twin Rivers League Sunday, defeating Jasper, in Jasper seven to three. Robert Mickler pitched and batted Madison to victory, allowing only six hits and striking out eight batters. He was backed up aeld beautifully, and at the plate by other members of the team. Local ofcers on the alert for a 1950 Mercury sedan stolen Tuesday afternoon in Tallahassee gave chase as the automobile dashed through here about 3:30, on Highway 90. The car was overtaken nine miles south of Lee in the Midway section. Diaz left US 90 at Lee and went south on the unpaved road. According to new postal regulations, there will be only one mail delivery a day in residential districts. Parcel post deliveries to residential districts will be eliminated completely on Saturdays of each week. Mrs. T. F. Livingston entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon at her home. Visitors playing with the members were Mrs. F. E. Naughton, Mrs. P. S. Cantey, Mrs. H. E. Carlson and Mrs. T. M. Howerton. April 20, 1951 Miss Margaret Cantey and Larry OSteen, popular members of the senior class of Madison High School, have been chosen Queen and King of the Annual May Pageant. Date for the pageant is Friday, May 4, at Lanier Field. The May Queens personal attendants include three ower girls, Marie Jane Cantey, Bess Williams and Sissy May; crown bearer, Jimmy Burnette, Buddy McChesney, William Clark and Jimmy Davis. The Madison County H. D. Council is sponsoring bake sales for two or three consecutive Saturdays, beginning this Saturday, on the Court House lawn. Mrs. Wayne Burnett entertained with a lovely childrens party Tuesday afternoon honoring her small son, Jere, on the event of his fth birthday. Eighteen children were invited to enjoy the occasion with Jere.

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By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Earlier this month, the Relay for Life in Madison organization held their annual Survivor Dinner, to honor and celebrate those people in Madison whose lives have been touched by cancer. The room held more than its share of survivors, but also caregivers made up of family and friends, who was recognized for their support of the survivors. One Madison resident, James Anderson, was present with his son, James Anderson, Jr., and signies the reason for the dinner. Anderson was born and raised in Madison, worked at Madison County Central School for 36 years, then at the Apalachee Center for 26 years before retiring. He married and raised a family here. Anderson was diagnosed with prostate cancer over nine years ago, but today is cancer-free. He said he was supported by his family and friends in the community and stated, They never let me get down. All my family and friends helped me through it. Residents such as Anderson, is why the dinner is part of the Relay for Life campaign, currently underway, to celebrate survivors, along with their supporters and to remind everyone the reason for the hard work and dedication when raising funds for the American Cancer Society. The evening began with Margie Evans sharing her story of cancer, taking guests on her journey of stage three lymphoma, from diagnosis to todays healing. Her words were encouraging and the crowd was attentive as she spoke to survivors and caregivers about her faith and expectation of healing. She also acknowledged her need for the support of family, friends and church and how important they were to her recovery. Evans said there were times through her treatments, she would be too weak to get herself a glass of water or to even pray and was thankful for all those who stepped in to cover her when she couldnt do these things on her own. After speaking, Evans husband, Charles, took the podium and briey spoke about his journey with Margie before saying a prayer for the evening and dinner. The Madison County High School Jazz Band provided some great music and played through most of the evening as guests enjoyed a delicious dinner, provided by local businesses. After dinner and much socializing, Relay for Life co-chairs, Renae Williams and Nancy Taylor, along with a few other Relay team members, passed out the plethora of door prizes to the crowd, also donated by local businesses. The guests appeared to have a good time and light hearted as the night drew to a close. Part of the success, said Williams, was the generosity and support received from the community by way of food, gifts, donations and time and requested they receive the recognition they deserved. Sponsors who donated, and ensured there was an event: *Food: Jaysons Heating and A/C, chicken; Kens BBQ, coleslaw; L & W, sausage; The Mufn Man, tea; ONeals, beans; Pam Nobles, cake; Shelbys Restaurant, squash casserole. *Food Preparation: Justin Burt and family. *Donations: Agner Farms. *Helping Hands Where Needed: Amanda Mason and Celeste Fleming. *Door Prizes: Burger King, Busy Bee, Curves, Dollar General, Farm Bureau, Harveys, The Marketplace, Red Barn and Winn Dixie.Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Loud & Clear and FREE Florida residents with a hearing loss are eligible to receive a free amplied phone from the non-prot Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. Cordless and corded phones for persons with mild to severe hearing loss are available at 23 distribution centers statewide. Limit one per customer.CONTACT YOUR AREA CENTER FOR DETAILS Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. 1820 E. Park Avenue, Suite 101 Tallahassee, FL 32301 800-222-3448 (v) 888-447-5620 (tty)Current FTRI clients: If your phone isnt working properly or your hearing has changed, or should you no longer need your phone or are moving out of Florida, call FTRI at 888-554-1151 for assistance. Relay Dinner Celebrates Life With Survivors Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014Margie Evans was the dinners speaker of the evening and shared her story on living with, and surviving, stage three lymphoma.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014The Madison County High School Jazz Band provided the evenings entertainment with some lively music.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014Survivor Helen Hart (front) has something to smile about because her cancer is in remission. Helens sister, Eloise Tinnell, attended the dinner with her and shows off the door prize she had just won.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014James Anderson, on left, is now nine years cancer free and was joined by his son, James Anderson, Jr., who James Sr. said supported him through his illness.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014The Relay for Life group created some excitement for the guests as they provided enough door prizes for almost all who attended. ,

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By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The ladies who attend the Senior Center have their fingers flying in order to have their crafts ready to sell this Thursday, the 17th, which is the kick-off for Down Home Days. The busy crafters will be selling their oh-socute yarn dogs and bunnies, Easter Baskets and flower arrangements, among other items. The yarn animals were introduced and became extremely popular so the ladies began selling them to raise money for the craft room at the Senior Center. Faye Ludwig, who introduced the yarn dogs, said they were receiving more orders for the popular dogs than they could keep up with. The money they make selling the crafted items pays for supplies so the ladies can continue their crafting, along with enabling them to have group activities. They have also donated money and supplies to the Senior Center in Greenville. Some of the more popular designs and colors of the animals are those of Florida State University, the University of Florida and John Deere, and those will be available for purchase at Down Home Days. Yarn dogs and bunnies will sell for $20 and Easter Baskets will sell for $10. Ludwig says they are always in need of supplies and will accept donations of any type of fabric, thread or yarn. If you are interested in donating supplies or purchasing one of the Senior Center ladies crafted items, contact the Senior Citizens Counsel of Madison at (850) 973-4241.Around Madison County6 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 S e n i o r C e n t e r L a d i e s C r a f t G o o d s F o r D o w n H o m e D a y s Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 14, 2014Easter Baskets are one of the items the Senior Center ladies will be selling at Down Home Days. Working on the baskets are Annie Lou Holton and Faye Ludwig (standing left to right) and Viola Smith and Eunice Alexander (sitting left to right). Team Lundy-Timberland Ford Golf Tournament To Benet Shooting VictimsBy Rose Klein Greene Publishing, Inc.The Madison and Taylor County Sheriffs Offices and Timberland Ford are sponsoring a golf tournament at the Madison Golf and Country Club, Tuesday, April 29, with tee times at 8 a.m., or 1 p.m. The tournament is to benefit Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting at Timberland Ford in Perry, with proceeds going towards their recovery. The three-person Scramble will cost $150 per team and Mulligans can be purchased, two for $10. Both tee times will include cash paybacks for first and second places, lots of door prizes and hole prizes. Breakfast from Johnson and Johnson will be available at the 8 a.m., tee time and a grilled chicken lunch with all the sides will be served at the 1 p.m., tee time. For more information on this event, contact the Madison County Sheriffs Office at (850) 584-7016, the Taylor County Sheriffs Office at (850) 843-1679 or the Madison Golf and Country Club at (850) 973-6701. T h e S u n s h i n e L a d i e s L i g h t U p L u n c h t i m e By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Theres a new group of ladies in town and one of the groups inaugural members, Glendyle Littleton, said this social club was organized just so its members could have a little fun. The Sunshine Ladies began when a group of women,who had a cleaning day at the Hanson United Methodist Church, was talking during a break and enjoying the time so much, they decided to meet on a regular basis. The group now meets once a month, where they eat, talk and enjoy being out and in each others company. Littleton said they try to meet some place different each month so they can try something new. So far, the group has been to Thomasville, Valdosta and of course, here in Madison. One of the fun things they do at every lunch is to hold a drawing for a door prize, which adds a little spice to their meal. Littleton shared a story of one of her favorite lunch meetings; when the club met at Dennys here in Madison. Littleton said they had a group of about 12 women, who was talking, eating lunch and just having a good time and enjoying the day. After they had eaten and asked for their checks, the waitress told them a gentleman, who had been sitting behind them, paid for all of their meals. Seeing the group happy and enjoying themselves, caused the man to feel happy and he wanted to contribute to that. The group right now has about 20 to 25 ladies and Littleton said they are always looking to grow. She especially wants to convey that although some think only United Methodist members can join, that is not the case and they will welcome anyone who would like to come. If you are interested in having a fun time out once a month, eating some good food and spending time with a good group of gals, you can call Glendyle Littleton at (850) 929-6903. The ladies will save you a seat.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Brooke Kinsley, January 27, 2014The Sunshine Ladies enjoy their lunch date at Shelbys Restaurant in Madison. Sitting at the table, from left to right are Marion Anderson, Eula Donaldson, May Irby, Ruby Lytie, Glendyle Littleton and Suzanne Anderson. Standing behind the table, from left to right, are Ruth Herndon, Dorothy Greene (visitor), Jean Busick, Gloria McLoud, Bernice Bodenstein, Pauline Strickland, Patty Ruttan, Princess Robuck, Laura Pulliam, Mary Ellen Greene, Faye Ludwig, Annie Lou Holton and Myrtle Wallace.

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Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 7 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of April 18 April 24, 2014 Friday April 18 *3;30 AM 9:45 AM *4:00 PM 10:20 PM Saturday April 19 *4:40 AM 10:50 AM *5:10 PM 11:20 PM Sunday April 20 *5:30 AM 11:45 AM *6:10 PM Monday April 21 12:20 AM *6:40 AM 12:50 PM *7:10 PM Tuesday April 22 1:30 AM *7:40 PM 1:50 PM *8:10 PM Wednesday April 23 2:20 AM *8:30 AM 2:45 PM *8:55 PM Thursday April 24 3:10 AM *9:20 AM 3:30 PM *9:40 PM W e n d y B r a n c h I s R e a d y F o r T h e E a s t e r B u n n y By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.It looks like the Easter Bunny came early to Wendy Branchs home, and invited a few friends as well. Her home is adorned with colorful bunnies and chicks that hang from the roof and more bunnies greet you on the railing as you walk up the steps to her front door. The rst thing you notice when pulling in the drive is her mailbox that seems to have grown pink, fuzzy ears overnight. Continuing up the drive, you pass the address sign that is in bloom with multiple types and colors of owers on top, with a nest of colorful eggs at the base. If you pass by her house, however, you may notice her two newest decoration additions; her inatable bunnies. Towards the front of the yard is one of her favorite decorations, the wooden cross with owers and a purple sash. When asked what her favorite thing is about Easter, Branch responded simply, Its Christ. Other decorations are scattered about, giving viewers plenty to see, and requiring those passing by to reduce their speed in order to take it all in. There are bunnies and eggs tucked into trees, on benches and if shes not quick enough, Peaches the dog may even get her own set of bunny ears soon. Wendy Branch loves to decorate and looks forward to each holiday, but says the next two months will be time off for her as there are no major holidays, and says she looks forward to the break. But for now, Branch, and those who pass by her home, can enjoy Easter. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Wendys mailbox seems to have sprouted bunny ears and sits by the road, waiting for Easter wishes.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Colorful eggs are nestled at the base of the address sign, where the Easter Bunny must have left them.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Wendy stands beside her newest decoration, and has fun holding the bunnys hand.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014The cross is one of Wendys favorite decorations and says Christ is the thing she enjoys most about Easter.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014The large pink bunny, sitting on his tractor, waves to people and cars in the street as they pass by Wendys home.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014It looks like Mrs. Easter Bunny is signaling someone to come and nd her pink egg, located in the palm below.

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Sports8 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 M C H S T e n n i s T e a m W e n t T o D i s t r i c t s Photo SubmittedThe Madison County High School Tennis team pose for a team photo before they headed off to the District Tournaments. The team members are pictured left to right: Adam Androski, Camryn Alderman, Michael Goley, Samantha Hentges, Tucker Cherry, Victoria Todd, Onjolic Davis, Elsie Kuhl, Ali Patron, Kim Sapp, Seth Molnar, Jaci Graves, Sher Berman, Tyler Lundy, Eryn Alderman, Jacob Moore and Alex Oliver.By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Madison County High School Tennis Team went to the District Tournaments hosted by Rickards High School in Tallahassee, March 31 and April 1. The boys tennis team, which includes Seth Molnar, Alex Oliver, Jacob Moore, Adam Androski, Tyler Lundy, Michael Goley and Tucker Cherry, all made it to the quarternals for Districts. It was a rebuilding year for the boys tennis team, said Coach Brigitte Gudz. Most of her boys team last year were seniors and graduated. The girls tennis team that went to District Tournaments includes Ali Patron, Eryn Alderman, Kim Sapp, Samantha Hentges and Victoria Todd. Ali Patron and Eryn Alderman reached the quarternals. Patron and Alderman also played as doubles and reached the quarternals. Kim Sapp, Samantha Hentges and double players Sapp and Victoria Todd reached the seminals. Todd reached the nals at the District Tournament. This is the rst time that I know of the girls making it to the nals of Districts Tournaments, said Gudz. Thats an accomplishment to make it to the nals. Todd has been playing tennis since the 9thgrade and enjoys it the most out of her other sports volleyball and soccer. You could say it was a pretty exciting sour seventeen birthday, said Todd about making it to nals but not getting to continue. Todd will have one more year to play and wanted to thank her parents and Ms. Gudz for their support. This is the first time that I know of the girls making it to the finals of Districts Tournaments, said Gudz. Thats an accomplishment to make it to the finals. M C H S T r a c k A n d F i e l d T e a m W e n t T o D i s t r i c t s Photo SubmittedThe Madison County High School Track and Field Team after the District Meet show off their ribbons. Seated left to right isAkira Dennis, Devyin Monismith, Keiariel Livingston, Jaquez Arnold, Jamond Bruton, Juan Martinez and Tonisha Williams. Standing left to right is Kelvin Kegler, Jay West, Avonnia Weatherspoon, ShaQuan Siplin, Zamaury Page, Tatayana Bareld, Rashaad Joseph, Sharod Jones and Deonshay Wells. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School Track and Field team went to the Districts meet, Thursday April 10, at Florida High School in Tallahassee. Ten team members qualified for the Regional track meet in Jacksonville, Thursday, April 17. Sharod Jones placed fourth in the Long Jump and Jaquez Arnold placed fourth in the Triple Jump. The Boys 4X100 Relay team placed fourth. The members are Jamond Bruton, Deonshay Wells, Sharod Jones, Jay West and Juan Martinez is the alternate. The Girls 4X100 Relay team placed fourth. The members are Keiariel Livingston, Akira Dennis, Avonnia Weatherspoon and Tatayana Barfield.

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Future Leaders Of AmericaMadison Enterprise-Recorder 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Ethan, age 8; Makenzie, age 10; and Jacob, age 5. Children of David and Rebecca Myers. Mayline, age 13; and Isaac, age 15. Children of Amanda Bezanilla and Kevin Miller. Cheltsie, age 21; and Brooke, age 19. Daughters of Paul Kinsley and Emerald Greene. Kelsea, age 7; and Trinity, age 9. Daughters of Chris and Jennifer Miller. Noah, age 2; son of Matthew and Cassey Andrews. Jarrett, age 4; son of Brad and Sherilyn Pickels. Caelum, age 1; and Emmalin, age 3. Children of Josh and Elizabeth Ensminger. Eli, age 14 months; son of Josh and Maria Smith. Amanda, age 15; daughter of Scott and Shelley Lawton. Ashlynne, age 3; and Emma, age 2 months. Daughters of Hunter and Reva Greene. Karic, age 10; son of Kevin and Melissa Miller. Trent, age 4; son of Jeff and Beth Rosenberg. Lane, age 7; and Luke, age 18 months. Sons of Jason and Renata Keeling. Gracie, age 12; Leah, age 29 months; and Olivia, age 10. Children of Shawn and Jessica Webb and Lenny Galbraith. Lexi, age 6; daughter of Dean Christmas. Jesse, age 6; son of Heather Chamblin. Zayden, age 3; Zachary, age 5; Avalina, 2 months; and Zyler, age 18 months. Children of Sabrina Bizzoco. Kaylee, age 9; Logan, age 8; Caden, age 6; and Abbigail, age 7. Children of Gerry and Danielle Roberts. Emerie, age 11; granddaughter of Emma Pickett.

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www.earthday.orgEach year, Earth Day, April 22, marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. The height of hippie and ower-child culture in the United States, 1970 brought the death of Jimi Hendrix, the last Beatles album, and Simon & Garfunkels Bridge Over Troubled Water. Protest was the order of the day, but saving the planet was not the cause. War raged in Vietnam, and students nationwide increasingly opposed it. At the time, Americans were slurping leaded gas through massive V8 sedans. Industry belched out smoke and sludge with little fear of legal consequences or bad press. Air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity. Environment was a word that appeared more often in spelling bees than on the evening news. Although mainstream America remained oblivious to environmental concerns, the stage had been set for change by the publication of Rachel Carson's New York Times bestseller Silent Spring" in 1962. The book represented a watershed moment for the modern environmental movement, selling more than 500,000 copies in 24 countries and, up until that moment, more than any other person, Ms. Carson raised public awareness and concern for living organisms, the environment and public health. Earth Day 1970 capitalized on the emerging consciousness, channeling the energy of the anti-war protest movement and putting environmental concerns front and center. The idea came to Earth Day founder, Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, Ca. Inspired by the student anti-war movement, he realized that if he could infuse that energy with an emerging public consciousness about air and water pollution, it would force environmental protection onto the national political agenda. Senator Nelson announced the idea for a national teach-in on the environment to the national media; persuaded Pete McCloskey, a conservation-minded Republican Congressman, to serve as his co-chair; and recruited Denis Hayes as national coordinator. Hayes built a national staff of 85 to promote events across the land. As a result, on the 22ndof April, 20 million Americans took to the streets, parks, and auditoriums to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies. Thousands of colleges and universities organized protests against the deterioration of the environment. Groups that had been ghting against oil spills, polluting factories and power plants, raw sewage, toxic dumps, pesticides, freeways, the loss of wilderness and the extinction of wildlife suddenly realized they shared common values. Earth Day 1970 achieved a rare political alignment, enlisting support from Republicans and Democrats, rich and poor, city slickers and farmers, tycoons and labor leaders. The rst Earth Day led to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water and Endangered Species Acts. "It was a gamble," Gaylord recalled, "but it worked." As 1990 approached, a group of environmental leaders asked Denis Hayes to organize another big campaign. This time, Earth Day went global, mobilizing 200 million people in 141 countries and lifting environmental issues onto the world stage. Earth Day 1990 gave a huge boost to recycling efforts worldwide and helped pave the way for the 1992 United Nations Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. It also prompted President Bill Clinton to award Senator Nelson the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1995) -the highest honor given to civilians in the United States -for his role as Earth Day founder. As the millennium approached, Hayes agreed to spearhead another campaign, this time focused on global warming and a push for clean energy. With 5,000 environmental groups in a record 184 countries reaching out to hundreds of millions of people, Earth Day 2000 combined the bigpicture feistiness of the rst Earth Day with the international grassroots activism of Earth Day 1990. It used the Internet to organize activists, but also featured a talking drum chain that traveled from village to village in Gabon, Africa, and hundreds of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Earth Day 2000 sent world leaders the loud and clear message that citizens around the world wanted quick and decisive action on clean energy. Much like 1970, Earth Day 2010 came at a time of great challenge for the environmental community. Climate change deniers, well-funded oil lobbyists, reticent politicians, a disinterested public and a divided environmental community all contributed to a strong narrative that overshadowed the cause of progress and change. In spite of the challenge, for its 40thanniversary, Earth Day Network reestablished Earth Day as a powerful focal point around which people could demonstrate their commitment. Earth Day Network brought 225,000 people to the National Mall for a Climate Rally, amassed 40 million environmental service actions toward its 2012 goal of A Billion Acts of Green, launched an international, one-million tree planting initiative with Avatar director James Cameron and tripled its online base to over 900,000 community members. The ght for a clean environment continues in a climate of increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change become more manifest every day. We invite you to be a part of Earth Day and help write many more victories and successes into our history. Discover energy you didn't even know you had. Feel it rumble through the grassroots under your feet and the technology at your ngertips. Channel it into building a clean, healthy, diverse world for generations to come.Celebrate Earth Day10 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18 2014 E a r t h D a y : T h e H i s t o r y O f A M o v e m e n t

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Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.4/2 4/30, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veried experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes. Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper ofce is seeking an outstanding individual to join or sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper ofce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison. Too Much Junk? Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? 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(850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/cJMPHS is accepting applications for teachers, guidance/teacher, and administrative assistant. Please see www.jmphs.org for more information. JMPHS is a tuition-free public charter school that does not discriminate regarding employment or educational programs.4/9, 4/16, c North Florida Community College, Madison FL., has the following positions available: Project Coordinator of Healthcare Information Program; and Automation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor. See www.nfcc.edu for details. Staff Assistant position available at North Florida Community College. See www.nfcc.edu for details. Staff Assistant for North Florida Rural Health Workforce Development Network. See www.nfcc.edu for details.4/9 4/30, c RNs & PCTs Needed! If you love patient-centered health care with real relationships inside a company that encourages fun on and off the clock, then DaVita is the place for you. We offer career options to t your lifestyle! 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File No. 2014-31-CP Division Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS (summary administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notied that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of OLIN HARRELL GODWIN, deceased, File Number 2014-31-CP, by the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison, Florida 32340 ; that the decedents date of death was December 28, 2013; that the total value of the estate is $8,000.00 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: Name Address Kenneth Gregory Godwin 5538 Union Road and Tammy B. Godwin, his wife Hahira, Georgia 31632 Michael H. Godwin 4248 Louis Drive And Jayne C. Godwin, his wife Valdosta, Georgia 31605 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must le their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of rst publication of this Notice is April 11 2014. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: Person Giving Notice: RICHARD L. COLEMAN KENNETH GREGORY GODWIN Attorney for the Petitioner 5538 Union Road, Hahira, Coleman Talley, LLP Georgia 31632 richard.coleman@colemantalley.com 910 North Patterson Street Valdosta, Georgia 31601 MICHAEL H. 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Our 149th Year, Number 32www.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, T elling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right T o Know Index 1 Section, 12 Pages Local Weather Viewpoints 2 Around Madison 3-7 Sports 8Future Leaders Of America 9 Earth Day 10 Classieds/Legals 11Friday, April 18, 2014Madison, Florida Lee Resident Burglarized Suwannee County Resident HomeBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.ALee resident was picked up by the Madison County Sheriff's Ofce for an out of county warrant from Suwannee County and he was transported to the Suwannee County Jail, Tuesday, April 8 for two counts of burglary of a dwelling, petit theft, dealing in stolen property and grand theft. According to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Ofce report, Dustin Ray Perry, 27, burglarized a home in Suwannee County, Wednesday, March 12. A Rolex watch and $100 in cash was stolen. The same home was burglarized again on Saturday March 15. Approximately $2000 worth of jewelry, a television, a welder, Xbox and other items were stolen. Perry pawned the stolen jewelry at American Pawn for $220 on Monday, March 17. According to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Ofce report, Perry confessed to both burglaries and has only been able to return less than $100 worth of the stolen property. Perry stated that all of the rest of the property had gone to purchasing drugs. A total bond of $77,500 was set and as of press time on Thursday, he still remained in the Suwannee County Jail. Dustin Ray PerryMan Attempts To Flee From Madison County Sheriff DeputySubmitted By Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday, April 15, at 7:22 p.m. a Madison County Sheriff's Deputy attempted to conduct trafc stop on a Silver four-door sedan for committing a trafc violation at the intersection of US 90 and 221 South in Greenville. The vehicle quickly accelerated and began to actively ee from the deputy. The driver was identied as Fredrick Leon Dawson from Tallahassee. A pursuit was initiated only lasting four minutes and covering about four miles when the driver of the eeing vehicle, bailed out and ran on foot in front of H & R Grocery located on Grand St. The deputy continued the chase on foot and apprehended Dawson a short time later. Dawson stated he ed because his drivers license was suspended. During a search of the vehicle Dawson was driving, deputies discovered a small plastic bag containing cocaine on the front oor of the vehicle along with a ledger describing cocaine sales. Dawson was transported to the Madison County Jail without further incident. Dawson was charged with eeing or attempting to elude, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of an open container of alcohol, resisting, obstructing or opposing an ofcer without violence and driving while license is suspended or revoked with knowledge. Fredrick DawsonCity Commissioner Thompson Schedules Community MeetingDistrict 2 City Commissioner Ina Thompson will host a community meeting from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., on Thursday, April 24, at Madison City Hall. The purpose of this community meeting is for citizens and business owners to air issues and concerns about city services and other city-related topics. Attending the meeting will be City Manager Tim Bennett, Police Chief Gary Calhoun and Fire Chief Bruce Jordan. Residents and business owners from the city's other four voting districts are welcomed to attend. Their comments and concerns will be provided to their respective city commissioners.Pinetta Woman Injured In Motorcycle Accident In Ga. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Alocal Pinetta resident was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident Friday, April 11 in Unadilla, Ga. while attending the Angel City Motorcycle Rally. According to a Georgia State Patrol report, Marci Blair Scanlan was riding as a passenger on the back of a Harley Davidson Softail, being driven by Theron Legrand Lankford, of Douglas, Ga. They were traveling down a path designated for motorcycles at the event. The motorcycle veered to the left and struck a display trailer with another motorcycle on it. It was noted in the Georgia State Patrol report that Lankford had stated his riding glove became wedged in the throttle causing the throttle to stick and for him to lose control of the motorcycle. Lankford was transported by Dooly County E.M.S. to Crisp Regional Medical Center for nonincapacitating head injuries. Georgia State Patrol reported that Lankford had a blood alcohol content of 0.03. (Georgia's legal limit is shown to be 0.08.) Scanlan was transported by Meda-Vac to Macon Medical Center for incapacitating head injuries and remains in ICU. A bank account for Marci Scanlan has been set up at Madison County Community Bank for donations to help Scanlan during her recovery. There will a dinner at the Courthouse lawn on Friday, May 2. All donations will go towards Marci Scanlan's recovery. There are several other rafes and fundraisers being organized, at this time. Marci Scanlan MCCS Baseball And Softball Teams Attend Conference Championship Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Rose Klein, April 10, 2014MCCSs Broncos played hard to attend the Florida Star Conference Championship, but fell just short of bringing home the win. The 2014 Broncos Baseball team in the front row, left to right, are: Kyler Hal, Dalton Sherrill, Zarkese Haynes, Brinson Rye, Kyle Sealey and Brailey Sparks. In the back row, left to right, are: Coach Dustin Rucker, Logan Lepper, Jae Mitchell, Dustin Bass, Dylan Bass, Drew Herring, Zane Herring, Drew Annett and Coach Mike Ragans. The Madison County Central School's Bronco Baseball team has enjoyed a great year which enabled them to attend the Florida Star Conference Championship last Thursday. The Broncos were pitted against Baker County and both teams gave everything they had during the game, but in the end the Broncos fell to Baker, losing 2-1. Coach Mike Ragans said everyone played well and Dustin and Dillon Bass both pitched an outstanding game for the Broncos. Jae Mitchell was 1-2 at the plate and Drew Annett was 2-3 with the Broncos having runners in scoring position three different innings, but unable to get a clutch hit. Madison and Baker were tied after the fourth inning and scored at the top of the fth, but Baker was able to get in two runs at the end of the fth, ending the scoring for the game. The Broncos nished the year 9-3. "We had a very good group of eighth grade players to lead this team," said Coach Ragans. "They have been together with us for three years and are not just good athletes but excel in the classroom as well." He also added that they would be recognized at their next level of baseball play. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Rose Klein, April 10, 2014The MCCS Broncos softball coaches, Matt Replogle (on left) and Kim Gore (on right), are extremely proudŽ the team earned a trip to the Florida Star Conference Championship game this past Thursday. The sixth-eighth grade girls who make up the team, kneeling left to right in the front row, are: Iesha Aikens, Haily Deihl, Laila Dickey, Abi Annett, Kaylee Groover, Amber Reed and Savannah Wilford. Standing in the back row, from left to right, are: Kelley Crosby (manager), Cali Dyal, Hope Underhill, Hailey Crosby, Kenyia Davis, McKenzie Miller and Esther Oro (manager). The Broncos Softball team had a successful season. The team consisted of 3 eighth graders (Hailey Crosby, Hailey Deihl and McKenzie Miller), 4 seventh graders (Iesha Aikens, Laila Dickey, Kaylee Groover and Amber Reed), 5 sixth graders (Abi Annett, Kenyia Davis, Cali Dyal, Hope Underhill and Savannah Wilford), and two managers (Esther Oro, eighth grade and Kelley Crosby, sixth grade). The Head Coach was Matt Replogle and the Assistant Coach was Kim Gore. The Broncos started off strong in February with three victories. The rst game was in Lake City against Richardson. The Broncos scored nine quick runs in the rst inning and never looked back for a nal score of Broncos 26 Richardson 4. The entire team contributed and Dickey led the way offensively with three hits. Groover, Reed and Deihl added two hits each. Next, Taylor County came to Madison for a conference game. The Broncos jumped on them quickly, scoring 10 runs in the rst two innings, with the nal being Broncos 14Taylor County 4. Annett gave up two unearned runs and zero earned runs in four innings. Dickey, Deihl and Crosby led the way at the plate with two hits each. Game three had Governors Charter School come to Madison. The girls again jumped on the opponent early, scoring nine runs in the rst inning on their way to a 21-4 victory. Offensively, Underhill, Reed, Davis and Wilford had two hits each with Miller leading the way with three knocks. The game ended with a shocking triple play to end February with a 3-0 record. The Broncos started off March with AucillaSee Softball Championship On Page 3 Relay Dinner Celebrates Life With Survivors See Page 5 Future Leaders Of AmericaSee Page 9

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Just imagine that you are going to return to a town where you've been before but this time, it will be different. The roads will be lined with thousands of your adoring fans who will cheer your name and throw palm fronds and even their own clothes down in front of you. You are adored and the clamor of your arrival does not tell the true fate that awaits you. Days later, many of the same people who cried out their joy at seeing you come into town, riding on the back of a young donkey, now have a different voice. They still fill the air with their cries; only this time, the cries are to kill you. They shout “Crucify Him!” Jesus Christ was crucified on a day that we remember each year as Good Friday. He had done no wrong. He had healed the sick and made blind eyes see. He had even raised the dead. Now, He would die for our sins – not just the sins of those who were beating Him, driving nails in His hands and feet or standing idly by and enjoying the crucifixion with a smirk on their faces. No, He looked ahead in time and saw you, me and everyone for centuries to come and He offered His life for us so we can be washed by His blood. This Good Friday, let's remember His sacrifice. This Easter, let's remember Him rising from the grave, victorious over sin. Will those who don't know Christ as their Savior, accept Him? Or will they shout with vicious voices, “Crucify Him?” Since April is Financial Literacy Month, let’s focus on the issue. You would pr obably agree that learning to manage money is a critical skill for everyone, but everyone has a different opinion on when that needs to begin. To complicate matters, many parents don’t know where to begin. Financial literacy can start early in a child’s life and parents should play a big role in teaching their children how to handle money. Think about it, a young child soon knows a dollar bill has more buying power than a quarter. Money lessons need to be age appropriate, but learning experiences can be a part of your daily routine and activities. Parents can help kids practice the concepts of planned spending and saving for a future purchase. Parents often wonder how to teach their children about managing money. The rst step is to set a good example for your child to follow. Do you spend money without thinking? Are you careless and buy things on impulse? Do you make weekly trips to buy and add things to the basket that cause you to overspend? Your money habits send loud messages to your children. A good practice is to get into the habit of talking about money. Kids don’t need to know your income, but they should be aware that when parents earn money that money is used to pay bills and support the family. Money is a limited resource and only goes so far. They need to see you pay bills and be a part of consumer buying such as grocery shopping. If you use a debit card, explain how that money is subtracted from your account at the bank when you swipe the card. Likewise, when using a credit card, they need to understand that you will be receiving a bill that has to be paid. You don’t want a child to think that a piece of plastic is magic and lets you acquire whatever you want without paying for it. If they see you writing checks or paying bills online, explain that process. They begin to get the concept that money comes in and is then used to pay for food, clothing and shelter for the family. A great nancial activity is to put the kids in charge of recording the money you spend on a trip or outing. Start this weekend if you are going to Down Home Days. Have the children record every purchase your family makes, like food, games and lunch. Once home, the kids can add up all of the purchases then everyone can see the amount of money spent. Better yet, set a dollar amount to spend and let them track the money as you go. Even the cost of a trip to a movie can be tracked and talked about after you return home. These money ventures help children understand that entertainment and trips cost money that adds up quickly. It may inspire your family to spend less money on the next outing or better yet, save up money ahead of time for the next outing. As my father used to remind me, “There isn’t a money tree in the back yard.” An allowance is always a big question for parents. Do you give kids money to use or should it be tied to chores? That is a personal family decision. Children do need to contribute to the upkeep of the family home and their chores should be age appropriate, but whether you pay for chores or give a child a set amount of money each week is a family decision. The important thing is to use an allowance as a tool to teach money management. An easy method to handling an allowance is to help your children set up a three jar money system; one jar for spending, another for saving and the third for charitable contributions. Use a 70/20/10 split, let children spend 70 percent as they wish; save 20 percent and reserve 10 percent for charity. They can choose to put more of their spending money into the savings jars to reach their goal faster, but no fair sneaking money from the charitable jar! While your child is saving money for the big purchase, help research the different retail establishments that sell the item to get the best price. All of these experiences help develop consumer skills of spending and savings that build nancial literacy over a lifetime. For more information on managing money, contact the Madison County Extension Service to help you get organized and headed down the path of nancial stability. The University of Florida Extension/Madison County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Institution.Viewpoints & Opinions2 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Read Jacob’s blog at www.jacobbembry.com His book, Higher Call is available in Kindle format at www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com. Madison County Extension Service Jacobs Ladder Jacob BembryColumnist Conservative Corner Conservative Corner By Nelson A. Pryor Diann DouglasGuest Columnist Crucify Him? Financial Literacy Begins At Home Common Core is a scheme to nationalize and internationalize education. Indiana's Governor, Mike Pence, put his state's students rst, and said they would be best served by education decisions made at the state and local level. Ignatius Donnelly This obscure Minnesota Congressman, In the Congressional Globe of Feb. 1, 1866, page 586, told Southerners what he thought of them. Imagine him being put in charge of “Common Core!” It is people like him that Americans have heretofore not been prepared to face down. We have had a long list of destroyers of educational standards. Men like John Dewey, George S. Counts, Horace Mann, and so many more. And we have barely survived them. What “education” has made us, the common man, would not be recognizable to our forefathers. Would You Buy A Horse From This Man? Congressman Donnelly said: "The one great error of our country has been that education was not from the very rst, made a matter of the state, and as essential to the citizen, as liberty itself. Education means the intelligent exercise of liberty, and surely without this, liberty is a calamity, since it means simply the unlimited right to err. Who can doubt that if a man is to govern himself he should have the means to know what is best for himself, what is injurious to himself, what agencies work against him and what for him? And the avenue to all this is simply education. Suffrage without education is an edged tool in the hands of a child-dangerous to others and destructive to himself." Now, what is the condition of the South in reference to all this? “I” said Donnelly, “assert that it is such as would bring disgrace upon any despotism in Christendom." “The great bulk of the people are rude, illiterate, semi-civilized; hence their rebellion; hence all the atrocious barbarities that accompanied it." “The number of ignorant is indicated by the proportion unable to read and write; indicated, I say, but not fully shown, because, of the practically ignorant, of those who read neither books nor newspapers, and are thus cut off from acquiring information through its ordinary channels; the proportion who have never learned their letters or to write their names may be small indeed." “I repeat, the condition of the South in this respect would be shameful to any semi-civilized people, and is such as to render a republican government, resting on the intelligent judgment of the people, an impossibility.” What is taught? Parents are usually the last ones to know what their children are taught. Obviously, or hopefully, men like Donnelly will “out” themselves, be exposed, and be dealt with. But John Dewey had a long run readjusting students to his agenda. So did George S. Counts, Jr. How do parents protect their children from this programmed learning? By not falling for top down control systems like Common Core. Common Core THE MADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 22, at the Madison Library ALL Republicans Welcome Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com Jail Report Information in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc. by the Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identied in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001. April 9 Tara Anette Monlyn – Battery. Michael Kenneth Farrell – Driving while license suspended or revoked/hibitual. Eion Dereck Kelvin – Out of County Warrant (New York). Thomas James Baldwin – Criminal Registration. Justin Edward Sheffield – Disorderly Intoxication.April 10 Hailey Clairice Harbuck – Possess/Use drug paraphernalia and possess less than 28 grams of marijuana. April 11 Blaise Garrett Mendheim – Disorderly intoxication. David Ryan Oates – Liquor possession under 21-years-old, drug possession without a prescription (meth) and drug equipment possession. Johnny Richard Weatherspoon – Violation of parole (county). Gene Austin McClamma Jr – Serving weekend sentence for DUI.April 12 Larvary Wendell Copeland Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, possession of a firearm with serial numbers removed, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, deliver more that 20 grams of cannabis, reckless driving, driving while license suspended and flee or elude law enforcement officer at high speeds. Roberto Nieto Cruz – No valid drivers license and failure to register vehicle. April 13 Jason Edward Stephenson – Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jean Michael Marcelin Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, possession of a firearm with serial numbers removed and deliver more than 20 grams of cannabis. Jeffrey Blaine Lightner – Battery domestic and abuse child. April 14 James David Pearce – Battery/Domestic. Nathaniel Burnett – Failure to appear. Selena Shunta Wilson – Out of County.April 15 Israel Iscariot Craddock – Battery and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. Terrance Antone White – Criminal Registration. Fredrick Leon Dawson – Fleeing/eluding, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting without violence. James Ray Newbern – DUI and refuse to submit to DUI test after license suspended. A worker at a Baskin Robbins on the Peninsula has been arrested after police said he offered a 32nd”avor not on the menu: marijuana. A police dispatcher thwarted a burglary attempt at a Maplewood business when a suspect inadvertently called 911 and left the line open as he and an alleged accomplice discussed the crime, police say. A man told a court that he couldn't remember stealing a bottle of wine but it sounded like something he would do.

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From Page One Madison Enterprise-Recorder € 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 World NewsBy Rose Klein The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreenePath of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativeJeanette DunnBookkeeperBrooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classi“eds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Wednesday at 3 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included)Since 1865 -Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity.ŽThe Madison The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Enterprise-RecorderMadison Recorder established 1865 New Enterprise established 1901 Consolidated June 25, 1908 Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. 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Box 772 € Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 € Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 € Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com 2013Marijuana Vending Machine Makes Debut In Avon, Colo., the company American Green has introduced the rst-ever marijuana vending machine where it debuted outside of Montana's Smokehouse barbeque restaurant. The Zazz machine requires users to swipe their driver's license to verify their identity and age and multiple cameras are also attached to the machine and uses advanced biometrics to make sure the person swiping the license is the same person depicted on the card. Woman Who Hits Cyclist Tells Police, “I Just Don’t Care” In Koroit, Australia, a 21-year-old woman, who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving after using her phone 44 times prior to hitting a cyclist, allegedly told ofcers following the accident, "I just don't care." Kimberly Davis refused to help the biker, who suffered a spinal fracture, after hitting him and reportedly told a police ofcer, "I just don't care because I've already been through a lot of [expletive] and my car is like pretty expensive and now I have to x it. I'm kind of pissed off that the cyclist has hit the side of my car." She called for emergency services to help the cyclist 51 seconds after receiving a text message. Davis was ned $4500 and lost her license for nine months. New Mascot Strives To Stop Public Defecation In India In Mumbai, India, a new mascot has been introduced in an attempt to clean up public defecation. Mr. Poo made his debut in the music video, "Poo Party" and as a result has motivated 100,000 people to pledge in helping India end open defecation. More than 620 million people in India do not use a toilet and 28 million children have no toilet facilities at their school. The Poo2Loo website, where Mr. Poo can be viewed, reports that over 65 million kilos of poo is put out everyday and "if this continues to be let loose, there will be no escaping the stench of life threatening infections, diseases and epidemics." Softball Championship Cont. From Page 1coming to visit. The visiting team jumped on the Broncos to go up 13-2 in the second inning. The Broncos never gave up and fought back to win the game 24-14 and go to 4-0. Reed led the team with four hits, while Deihl and Dickey added two each. Lake City was the next opponent at home. The Broncos fell down early, 1-9, but fought their way back to be down by three runs. Lake City had too much at the end and pulled away for a win 6-15. Annett, Deihl and Dickey led the way with two hits each. Next the Broncos traveled to Live Oak to face conference rival Suwannee. It was a tight game until the last inning with the Broncos being defeated 2-12. Annett led the way with two hits. The Broncos now standing at 4-2, looking to get back to the winning ways, were set to face Suwannee in a rematch at home. Annett pitched an excellent game only giving up three hits, while Aikens was a star in left with eight putouts. Dickey led the way with two doubles and three RBIs. The Broncos now stood 5-2 and were ready to start playing again in April after having several game cancellations due to the weather. Their first game was a trip to Lake City. Wilford pitched a great game only giving up two earned runs but the team fell 0-7. Next they traveled to Perry for a rematch with Taylor County. The team needed a win to reach the Championship Game and came through with a 10-4 victory. Annett again pitched an excellent game giving up only one run in five innings. Miller led the team with three hits and Groover chipped in with two. The Broncos earned the right to host the Florida Star Conference Championship game on Thursday April 10. The Broncos gave up seven unearned runs in the first inning, but never gave up. The team played hard to the end but fell 1-11. The Broncos ended the season 63 and look to build on their accomplishments next year with nine returning players. The school and coaches are extremely proud of the team and look forward to next year. Rainfall Improves Drought ConditionsBy Lazaro AlemanGreene Publishing, Inc.Rainfall was uniformly high across the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) during March, with every county seeing above-average precipitation, according to the agency's latest hydrologic conditions report.The report indicates that the region received 7.49 inches of rainfall in March, or about three inches higher than the historic average of 4.50 inches, based on readings dating from 1932. "This was the wettest March since 2003 and the 13thwettest in 80 years of record-keeping," the SRWMD reports. "The highest rainfall recorded in March was 13.8 inches in 1948, which caused record flooding on the Suwannee River." Average rainfall for the 12 months ending March 31 was 9.5 inches higher than the long-term average of 54.63 inches, the highest annual surplus since 2005, according to the report. And the average rainfall for the three months ending March 31 was 5.8 inches higher than the long-term average of 12 inches. Madison County received 8.32 inches, compared with the March average of 5.72 inches. Madison County received 63.48 inches during the last 12 months, or 113 percent of the annual normal. Jefferson County, for its part, received 8.24 inches, compared with the March average of 5.80 inches. The county received 57.08 inches of rainfall during the last 12 months, or 94 percent of the annual normal. Rivers generally rose in response to the heavy rains, with the Aucilla among the rivers that reached flood stage at least once during the month. Lake levels likewise rose across the district for the second time in as many months. Groundwater levels also improved for the third consecutive month. "Overall, levels increased from near the 78thpercentile in February to the 90thpercentile in March, based on records beginning in the 1970s," the report states. "In general, conditions were at their highest since September 2005Only one well in the district, in northwestern Jefferson County, was below its long-term median." The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center's (CPC) three-month outlook shows equal chances of above or below normal precipitation through June, according to the report. "The CPI issued an El Nino watch on March 6 giving a 50 percent chance of El Nino developing in the summer or fall," the report states. "According to the National Weather Service, El Nino effects, including enhanced precipitation and severe weather in the southeast, are strongest in the fall, winter and spring. In the summer, El Nino can reduce the formation of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic by causing increased wind shear." The SRWMD continues its Phase I Water Shortage Advisory, which urges the voluntary reduction of unnecessary water usage. Information about the SRWMD's year-round lawn and landscape irrigation measures can be found at www.mysuwanneeriver.com The SRWMD encompasses all or parts of 15 counties in northcentral Florida, including Madison and the eastern portion of Jefferson. The monthly report is a compilation of data collected from radar-derived rainfall estimates, groundwater and surface water levels, river flows and other sources.

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Around Madison County4 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Obituaries Community Calender April 19 Genesis Missionary Baptist Church and the Faithful Few Gospel Singers are presenting a “Preresurrection praise, word and song service” on Saturday, April 19 at 7 p.m., located at 2062 NE Colin Kelley Highway in Madison.April 20 Concord Baptist will start Easter Sunday with a Sunrise Service at 7 a.m. at the Hamburg and Lovett re station and follow with traditional services with Sunday School at 10 a.m. and Church Service at 11 a.m. Service will be followed by Homecoming and an Easter egg hunt with a covered dish dinner. All are invited to attend.April 21 Final deadline for the Miss Relay for Life Pageant is Monday, April 21. The pageant date is Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. For more information on the pageant or for applications, contact: Danyel Rucker at (850) 6738539; danyelrucker@hotmail.com or Renae Williams at (850) 673-8492; renaewilliams67@hotmail.com April 26 The Health Ministry of Mt. Zion-Cherry Lake A.M.E. Church is sponsoring a Health Fair Seminar at the church on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A host of health care professionals will be sharing benecial information that will help improve the quality of health. All ages are encouraged to participate, but special emphasis will be devoted to specic health concerns of men and women. A healthy lunch will be provided. The church is located at 407 NE Mt. Zion A.M.E.C. Avenue, one mile east of the ashing light at the Cherry Lake crossroads.April 26 Willie and Betty Odom will be celebrating their 50thWedding Anniversary with a walk-in reception at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. The reception will be held in the fellowship hall on Saturday, April 26 from 2-4 p.m. All are welcome to join in the celebration. For R.S.V.P. or more information, call Kasey Odom at (850) 673-7812 or email: kaseyodom@yahoo.com.April 29 The Madiso n and Taylor County Sheriff’s Ofces and Timberland Ford are sponsoring a golf tournament at the Madison Golf and Country Club, Tuesday, April 29, at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. for Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting, with proceeds going towards their recovery. For more information, contact the Madison Golf and Country Club at (850) 9736701.April 30 The Healthy Start coalition of Madison, Jefferson and Taylor Counties invites everyone to a community forum “State of the Infant” on Wednesday, April 30 at 9:30 a.m. The coalition will be discussing the impact of Medicaid reform and addressing the health and wellbeing of Madison County infants. For more information, contact Donna Hagan at the Healthy Start Coalition at (850) 948-2741 or dhagan@healthystartjmt.org .Marvin And Estelle Bass 70t hWedding Anniversary CelebrationMarvin and Estelle Bass invite family and friends to help them celebrate their 70thWedding Anniversary. The couple will hold the celebration Saturday, April 19, from 2 4 p.m., at Hopewell Baptist Church, located at 4730 SW CR 360 in Madison. For more information, contact Marvin and Estelle’s daughter, Kay, at (850) 973-0542. By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Willie and Betty Odom’s son Tony and their grandchildren, Kasey and Austin, will be hosting a celebration for them in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. A walk-in reception for Willie and Betty will be held on Saturday, April 26, from 2-4 p.m. at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. The reception will be held in the fellowship hall where refreshments will be served. The family asks everyone to please join them in celebrating this special occasion and to R.S.V.P. by calling or texting Kasey Odom at (850) 673 7812 or email kaseyodom@yahoo.com .Willie & Betty Odom To Celebrate 50thWedding Anniversary Thank You! We would like to take this opportunity to thank our family and friends for our beautiful 50thWedding Anniversary celebration. Your presence, prayers, best wishes, cards and gifts are deeply appreciated and will always be remembered. A special thank you to our children, Doug and Kim Bass, Rhonda and Jeff Gore, Kim Bass and our grandchildren, Kendal Wilson, Dustin and Dylan Bass, Jadyn and Carter Gore for their love and a wonderful, memorable weekend. Ronald and Laurie BassJuanita Ezell BaxleyJuanita Ezell Baxley, 88, of Merritt Island, went home to be with her Lord on Sunday, April 13. Juanita was a member of First Baptist Church of Cocoa, Order of Eastern Star, Gideon Auxillary and on the Board of Directors of Derby Street Chapel. She is survived by her husband of 69 years, R. Stanley Baxley; son Wayne S. Baxley of Sacramento, Ca.; daughter Bonnie Hope Gonzalez of Sacramento, Ca.; sisters: Frances Keyes of Gainesville; Shelby Ezell of Clearwater; and Patricia Rowell of Shady Grove; brother Ronald Ezell of Deland and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Calling hours were Thursday, April 17, at 5-8 p.m. at Wylie-Baxley Funeral Home in Merritt Island. Services will be Friday, April 18 at 2:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Cocoa. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at Lee Memorial in Lee. In lieu of owers, donations may be given to Derby Street Chapel, P.O. Box 682, Cocoa, Fl., 32922. Condolences may be shared at www.wyliebaxleymerrittisland.com. Th el m a W e bb Thor nt o nThelma “Aunt T” Webb Thornton, 95, died Monday, April 14, at Lake Park of Madison. A graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, April 26 at 2 p.m., at Corinth Cemetery in Lee. She was one of ten children born to Willoughby Drew Webb and Della Mariah Thomas Webb of Lee. After high school, she lived in Tallahassee and worked for a short time with the Florida Legislature. She then moved to Jacksonville, where she would live for the next 60 years. She worked at Montgomery Ward in retail sales. Her banking career lasted 35 years until she retired from Atlantic Bank in 1987. During those years, and after retirement, she volunteered as a Pink Lady. At the VFW, she was known as “T.” Her delicious pizza, made at the VFW, was known by many. Proceeds from pizza sales were used to buy comfort items for disabled veterans. Once a month, she baked cakes and made homemade chicken salad sandwiches. On Saturdays, she traveled to the Lake City VA Hospital to distribute her comfort packs and homemade goodies. She loved gardening, golf, Jeff Gordon and the Florida Gators. She believed sharing her love and blessings with others was her purpose in life. She was preceded in death by her parents: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb; brothers: Junior, Curtis, Max and Tebo Webb; sisters: Lena, Josie, Helen, Willa Dean and Betty. She leaves behind her nephew, Joe Webb and his wife Bonnie whom she lived with and cared for her for many years; a dear friend, Monty Revord of Jacksonville; beloved sister-in-law, Louise Webb; beloved brother-in-law, L. H. James, a host of nieces and nephews and many friends all over the United States. Donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 225 SW Smith Street, Madison, Fl., 32340. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website www.beggsfuneral.com Billy Charles ConeBilly Charles Cone, 54, died Wednesday, April 16, at his home in Trenton, Fl. He was born in Monticello, on September 8, 1959 to Hunter Cone and Josephine Miller. Mr. Cone lived in Trenton for the past 11 years and worked as a Plant Manager for the Old Castle Lawn & Garden, Inc. Mr. Parker is survived by his wife of 32 years, Shari Day Cone; two sons: P.J. Cone (wife Tracee) and Joshua Cone, all of Trenton; one daughter: Candice Burris (husband Clint) of Monticello, Ark.; two brothers: Nelson Cone of Greenville and Johnny Cone of Perry; two sisters: Carolyn Grier of Greenville and Iris Williams of Wewahitchka, Fl., and four grandchildren. He was predeceased by his father, Hunter Cone and his mother, Josephine Miller. A visitation will be held Friday, April 18, from 5-7 p.m., at Beggs Funeral Home in Perry with a Memorial Service beginning at 4 p.m., on Saturday, April 19, also at Beggs Perry Chapel. In lieu of owers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Beggs Funeral Home Perry Chapel is in charge of arrangements. To send your condolences to the family visit our website at www.beggsfuneral.com. W a y B a c k W h e n April 15, 1949 The annual Madison County Field Day will be held at Lanier Field in Madison, Friday, April 22. All the schools from grades 5-12 will participate. Events will include for the boys: high jump, broad jump, baseball throw, dashes, relays, horseshoes, postures, sack races and volleyball. For the girls there will be: three-legged races, dashes, relays, potato race, diamond ball throw, posture, sack race, horseshoes and volleyball. Palm Sunday was observed with appropriate services Sunday at the First Methodist church. At the morning hour the sermon by the pastor, Rev. B. M. Montgomery was on the theme of the Triumphal Entry. “The King is coming In the Name of the Lord” was the text. The choir sang “Into the Woods My Master Went.” Mrs. H. R. Ellis gave a lovely children’s party Monday afternoon in celebration of her little daughter Karen Anne, who was three years old. Fifteen little friends in the neighborhood enjoyed the occasion with the little honoree. The Sanitary Poultry Market operated by Frank Beitler and J. C. Moon, opened for business this week at 305 S Range St., the store formerly occupied by Alex H. Smith Jewelry Co., in Madison. April 21, 1950 Madison won its opening baseball game in the Twin Rivers League Sunday, defeating Jasper, in Jasper seven to three. Robert Mickler pitched and batted Madison to victory, allowing only six hits and striking out eight batters. He was backed up aeld beautifully, and at the plate by other members of the team. Local ofcers on the alert for a 1950 Mercury sedan stolen Tuesday afternoon in Tallahassee gave chase as the automobile dashed through here about 3:30, on Highway 90. The car was overtaken nine miles south of Lee in the Midway section. Diaz left US 90 at Lee and went south on the unpaved road. According to new postal regulations, there will be only one mail delivery a day in residential districts. Parcel post deliveries to residential districts will be eliminated completely on Saturdays of each week. Mrs. T. F. Livingston entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon at her home. Visitors playing with the members were Mrs. F. E. Naughton, Mrs. P. S. Cantey, Mrs. H. E. Carlson and Mrs. T. M. Howerton. April 20, 1951 Miss Margaret Cantey and Larry O’Steen, popular members of the senior class of Madison High School, have been chosen Queen and King of the Annual May Pageant. Date for the pageant is Friday, May 4, at Lanier Field. The May Queen’s personal attendants include three ower girls, Marie Jane Cantey, Bess Williams and Sissy May; crown bearer, Jimmy Burnette, Buddy McChesney, William Clark and Jimmy Davis. The Madison County H. D. Council is sponsoring bake sales for two or three consecutive Saturdays, beginning this Saturday, on the Court House lawn. Mrs. Wayne Burnett entertained with a lovely children’s party Tuesday afternoon honoring her small son, Jere, on the event of his fth birthday. Eighteen children were invited to enjoy the occasion with Jere.

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By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Earlier this month, the Relay for Life in Madison organization held their annual Survivor Dinner, to honor and celebrate those people in Madison whose lives have been touched by cancer. The room held more than its share of survivors, but also caregivers made up of family and friends, who was recognized for their support of the survivors. One Madison resident, James Anderson, was present with his son, James Anderson, Jr., and signies the reason for the dinner. Anderson was born and raised in Madison, worked at Madison County Central School for 36 years, then at the Apalachee Center for 26 years before retiring. He married and raised a family here. Anderson was diagnosed with prostate cancer over nine years ago, but today is cancer-free. He said he was supported by his family and friends in the community and stated, “They never let me get down. All my family and friends helped me through it.” Residents such as Anderson, is why the dinner is part of the Relay for Life campaign, currently underway, to celebrate survivors, along with their supporters and to remind everyone the reason for the hard work and dedication when raising funds for the American Cancer Society. The evening began with Margie Evans sharing her story of cancer, taking guests on her journey of stage three lymphoma, from diagnosis to today’s healing. Her words were encouraging and the crowd was attentive as she spoke to survivors and caregivers about her faith and expectation of healing. She also acknowledged her need for the support of family, friends and church and how important they were to her recovery. Evans said there were times through her treatments, she would be too weak to get herself a glass of water or to even pray and was thankful for all those who stepped in to cover her when she couldn’t do these things on her own. After speaking, Evans’ husband, Charles, took the podium and briey spoke about his journey with Margie before saying a prayer for the evening and dinner. The Madison County High School Jazz Band provided some great music and played through most of the evening as guests enjoyed a delicious dinner, provided by local businesses. After dinner and much socializing, Relay for Life co-chairs, Renae Williams and Nancy Taylor, along with a few other Relay team members, passed out the plethora of door prizes to the crowd, also donated by local businesses. The guests appeared to have a good time and light hearted as the night drew to a close. Part of the success, said Williams, was the generosity and support received from the community by way of food, gifts, donations and time and requested they receive the recognition they deserved. Sponsors who donated, and ensured there was an event: *Food: Jayson’s Heating and A/C, chicken; Ken’s BBQ, coleslaw; L & W, sausage; The Mufn Man, tea; O’Neals, beans; Pam Nobles, cake; Shelby’s Restaurant, squash casserole. *Food Preparation: Justin Burt and family. *Donations: Agner Farms. *Helping Hands Where Needed: Amanda Mason and Celeste Fleming. *Door Prizes: Burger King, Busy Bee, Curves, Dollar General, Farm Bureau, Harvey’s, The Marketplace, Red Barn and Winn Dixie.Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder € 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Loud & Clearand FREE Florida residents with a hearing loss are eligible to receive a free amplied phone from the non-prot Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. Cordless and corded phones for persons with mild to severe hearing loss are available at 23 distribution centers statewide. Limit one per customer. CONTACT YOUR AREA CENTER FOR DETAILS Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. 1820 E. Park Avenue, Suite 101 Tallahassee, FL 32301 800-222-3448 (v) 888-447-5620 (tty) Current FTRI clients: If your phone isnt working properly or your hearing has changed, or should you no longer need your phone or are moving out of Florida, call FTRI at 888-554-1151 for assistance. Relay Dinner Celebrates Life With Survivors Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014Margie Evans was the dinners speaker of the evening and shared her story on living with, and surviving, stage three lymphoma.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014The Madison County High School Jazz Band provided the evenings entertainment with some lively music.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014Survivor Helen Hart (front) has something to smile about because her cancer is in remission. Helens sister, Eloise Tinnell, attended the dinner with her and shows off the door prize she had just won.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014James Anderson, on left, is now nine years cancer free and was joined by his son, James Anderson, Jr., who James Sr. said supported him through his illness.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 3, 2014The Relay for Life group created some excitement for the guests as they provided enough door prizes for almost all who attended.

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By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The ladies who attend the Senior Center have their fingers flying in order to have their crafts ready to sell this Thursday, the 17th, which is the kick-off for Down Home Days. The busy crafters will be selling their ‘oh-socute’ yarn dogs and bunnies, Easter Baskets and flower arrangements, among other items. The yarn animals were introduced and became extremely popular so the ladies began selling them to raise money for the craft room at the Senior Center. Faye Ludwig, who introduced the yarn dogs, said they were receiving more orders for the popular dogs than they could keep up with. The money they make selling the crafted items pays for supplies so the ladies can continue their crafting, along with enabling them to have group activities. They have also donated money and supplies to the Senior Center in Greenville. Some of the more popular designs and colors of the animals are those of Florida State University, the University of Florida and John Deere, and those will be available for purchase at Down Home Days. Yarn dogs and bunnies will sell for $20 and Easter Baskets will sell for $10. Ludwig says they are always in need of supplies and will accept donations of any type of fabric, thread or yarn. If you are interested in donating supplies or purchasing one of the Senior Center ladies’ crafted items, contact the Senior Citizens Counsel of Madison at (850) 973-4241.Around Madison County6 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Senior Center Ladies Craft Goods For Down Home DaysGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 14, 2014Easter Baskets are one of the items the Senior Center ladies will be selling at Down Home Days. Working on the baskets are Annie Lou Holton and Faye Ludwig (standing left to right) and Viola Smith and Eunice Alexander (sitting left to right). Team Lundy-Timberland Ford Golf Tournament To Bene“t Shooting VictimsBy Rose Klein Greene Publishing, Inc.The Madison and Taylor County Sheriff’s Offices and Timberland Ford are sponsoring a golf tournament at the Madison Golf and Country Club, Tuesday, April 29, with tee times at 8 a.m., or 1 p.m. The tournament is to benefit Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting at Timberland Ford in Perry, with proceeds going towards their recovery. The three-person Scramble will cost $150 per team and Mulligans can be purchased, two for $10. Both tee times will include cash paybacks for first and second places, lots of door prizes and hole prizes. Breakfast from Johnson and Johnson will be available at the 8 a.m., tee time and a grilled chicken lunch with all the sides will be served at the 1 p.m., tee time. For more information on this event, contact the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 584-7016, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 843-1679 or the Madison Golf and Country Club at (850) 973-6701. The Sunshine Ladies Light Up LunchtimeBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.There’s a new group of ladies in town and one of the group’s inaugural members, Glendyle Littleton, said this social club was organized just so its members could have a little fun. The Sunshine Ladies began when a group of women,who had a cleaning day at the Hanson United Methodist Church, was talking during a break and enjoying the time so much, they decided to meet on a regular basis. The group now meets once a month, where they eat, talk and enjoy being out and in each other’s company. Littleton said they try to meet some place different each month so they can try something new. So far, the group has been to Thomasville, Valdosta and of course, here in Madison. One of the fun things they do at every lunch is to hold a drawing for a door prize, which adds a little spice to their meal. Littleton shared a story of one of her favorite lunch meetings; when the club met at Denny’s here in Madison. Littleton said they had a group of about 12 women, who was talking, eating lunch and just having a good time and enjoying the day. After they had eaten and asked for their checks, the waitress told them a gentleman, who had been sitting behind them, paid for all of their meals. Seeing the group happy and enjoying themselves, caused the man to feel happy and he wanted to contribute to that. The group right now has about 20 to 25 ladies and Littleton said they are always looking to grow. She especially wants to convey that although some think only United Methodist members can join, that is not the case and they will welcome anyone who would like to come. If you are interested in having a fun time out once a month, eating some good food and spending time with a good group of gals, you can call Glendyle Littleton at (850) 929-6903. The ladies will save you a seat.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Brooke Kinsley, January 27, 2014The Sunshine Ladies enjoy their lunch date at Shelbys Restaurant in Madison. Sitting at the table, from left to right are Marion Anderson, Eula Donaldson, May Irby, Ruby Lytie, Glendyle Littleton and Suzanne Anderson. Standing behind the table, from left to right, are Ruth Herndon, Dorothy Greene (visitor), Jean Busick, Gloria McLoud, Bernice Bodenstein, Pauline Strickland, Patty Ruttan, Princess Robuck, Laura Pulliam, Mary Ellen Greene, Faye Ludwig, Annie Lou Holton and Myrtle Wallace.

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Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder € 7 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of April 18 April 24, 2014 Friday April 18 *3;30 AM 9:45 AM *4:00 PM 10:20 PM Saturday April 19 *4:40 AM 10:50 AM *5:10 PM 11:20 PM Sunday April 20 *5:30 AM 11:45 AM *6:10 PM Monday April 21 12:20 AM *6:40 AM 12:50 PM *7:10 PM Tuesday April 22 1:30 AM *7:40 PM 1:50 PM *8:10 PM Wednesday April 23 2:20 AM *8:30 AM 2:45 PM *8:55 PM Thursday April 24 3:10 AM *9:20 AM 3:30 PM *9:40 PM Wendy Branch Is Ready For The Easter BunnyBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.It looks like the Easter Bunny came early to Wendy Branch’s home, and invited a few friends as well. Her home is adorned with colorful bunnies and chicks that hang from the roof and more bunnies greet you on the railing as you walk up the steps to her front door. The rst thing you notice when pulling in the drive is her mailbox that seems to have grown pink, fuzzy ears overnight. Continuing up the drive, you pass the address sign that is in bloom with multiple types and colors of owers on top, with a nest of colorful eggs at the base. If you pass by her house, however, you may notice her two newest decoration additions; her inatable bunnies. Towards the front of the yard is one of her favorite decorations, the wooden cross with owers and a purple sash. When asked what her favorite thing is about Easter, Branch responded simply, “It’s Christ.” Other decorations are scattered about, giving viewers plenty to see, and requiring those passing by to reduce their speed in order to take it all in. There are bunnies and eggs tucked into trees, on benches and if she’s not quick enough, Peaches the dog may even get her own set of bunny ears soon. Wendy Branch loves to decorate and looks forward to each holiday, but says the next two months will be time off for her as there are no major holidays, and says she looks forward to the break. But for now, Branch, and those who pass by her home, can enjoy Easter. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Wendys mailbox seems to have sprouted bunny ears and sits by the road, waiting for Easter wishes.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Colorful eggs are nestled at the base of the address sign, where the Easter Bunny must have left them.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014Wendy stands beside her newest decoration, and has fun holding the bunnys hand.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014The cross is one of Wendys favorite decorations and says ChristŽ is the thing she enjoys most about Easter.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014The large pink bunny, sitting on his tractor, waves to people and cars in the street as they pass by Wendys home.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 16, 2014It looks like Mrs. Easter Bunny is signaling someone to come and “nd her pink egg, located in the palm below.

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Sports8 €Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 MCHS Tennis Team Went To Districts Photo SubmittedThe Madison County High School Tennis team pose for a team photo before they headed off to the District Tournaments. The team m embers are pictured left to right: Adam Androski, Camryn Alderman, Michael Goley, Samantha Hentges, Tucker Cherry, Victoria Todd, Onjolic Davis, Elsie K uhl, Ali Patron, Kim Sapp, Seth Molnar, Jaci Graves, Sher Berman, Tyler Lundy, Eryn Alderman, Jacob Moore and Alex Oliver.By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Madison County High School Tennis Team went to the District Tournaments hosted by Rickards High School in Tallahassee, March 31 and April 1. The boys’ tennis team, which includes Seth Molnar, Alex Oliver, Jacob Moore, Adam Androski, Tyler Lundy, Michael Goley and Tucker Cherry, all made it to the quarternals for Districts. “It was a rebuilding year for the boys’ tennis team,” said Coach Brigitte Gudz. Most of her boys’ team last year were seniors and graduated. The girls’ tennis team that went to District Tournaments includes Ali Patron, Eryn Alderman, Kim Sapp, Samantha Hentges and Victoria Todd. Ali Patron and Eryn Alderman reached the quarternals. Patron and Alderman also played as doubles and reached the quarternals. Kim Sapp, Samantha Hentges and double players Sapp and Victoria Todd reached the seminals. Todd reached the nals at the District Tournament. “This is the rst time that I know of the girls making it to the nals of Districts Tournaments,” said Gudz. “That’s an accomplishment to make it to the nals.” Todd has been playing tennis since the 9thgrade and enjoys it the most out of her other sports volleyball and soccer. “You could say it was a pretty exciting sour seventeen birthday,” said Todd about making it to nals but not getting to continue. Todd will have one more year to play and wanted to thank her parents and Ms. Gudz for their support. This is the first time that I know of the girls making it to the finals of Districts Tournaments,Ž said Gudz. Thats an accomplishment to make it to the finals.Ž MCHS Track And Field Team Went To Districts Photo SubmittedThe Madison County High School Track and Field Team after the District Meet show off their ribbons. Seated left to right isAki ra Dennis, Devyin Monismith, Keiariel Livingston, Jaquez Arnold, Jamond Bruton, Juan Martinez and Tonisha Williams. Standing left to right is Kelvin Kegler, Jay West, Avonnia Weatherspoon, ShaQuan Siplin, Zamaury Page, Tatayana Bar“eld, Rashaad Joseph, Sharod Jones and Deonshay Wells. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School Track and Field team went to the Districts meet, Thursday April 10, at Florida High School in Tallahassee. Ten team members qualified for the Regional track meet in Jacksonville, Thursday, April 17. Sharod Jones placed fourth in the Long Jump and Jaquez Arnold placed fourth in the Triple Jump. The Boys 4X100 Relay team placed fourth. The members are Jamond Bruton, Deonshay Wells, Sharod Jones, Jay West and Juan Martinez is the alternate. The Girls 4X100 Relay team placed fourth. The members are Keiariel Livingston, Akira Dennis, Avonnia Weatherspoon and Tatayana Barfield.

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Future Leaders Of AmericaMadison Enterprise-Recorder € 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18, 2014 Ethan, age 8; Makenzie, age 10; and Jacob, age 5. Children of David and Rebecca Myers. Mayline, age 13; and Isaac, age 15. Children of Amanda Bezanilla and Kevin Miller. Cheltsie, age 21; and Brooke, age 19. Daughters of Paul Kinsley and Emerald Greene. Kelsea, age 7; and Trinity, age 9. Daughters of Chris and Jennifer Miller. Noah, age 2; son of Matthew and Cassey Andrews. Jarrett, age 4; son of Brad and Sherilyn Pickels. Caelum, age 1; and Emmalin, age 3. Children of Josh and Elizabeth Ensminger. Eli, age 14 months; son of Josh and Maria Smith. Amanda, age 15; daughter of Scott and Shelley Lawton. Ashlynne, age 3; and Emma, age 2 months. Daughters of Hunter and Reva Greene. Karic, age 10; son of Kevin and Melissa Miller. Trent, age 4; son of Jeff and Beth Rosenberg. Lane, age 7; and Luke, age 18 months. Sons of Jason and Renata Keeling. Gracie, age 12; Leah, age 29 months; and Olivia, age 10. Children of Shawn and Jessica Webb and Lenny Galbraith. Lexi, age 6; daughter of Dean Christmas. Jesse, age 6; son of Heather Chamblin. Zayden, age 3; Zachary, age 5; Avalina, 2 months; and Zyler, age 18 months. Children of Sabrina Bizzoco. Kaylee, age 9; Logan, age 8; Caden, age 6; and Abbigail, age 7. Children of Gerry and Danielle Roberts. Emerie, age 11; granddaughter of Emma Pickett.

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www.earthday.orgEach year, Earth Day, April 22, marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. The height of hippie and ower-child culture in the United States, 1970 brought the death of Jimi Hendrix, the last Beatles album, and Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Protest was the order of the day, but saving the planet was not the cause. War raged in Vietnam, and students nationwide increasingly opposed it. At the time, Americans were slurping leaded gas through massive V8 sedans. Industry belched out smoke and sludge with little fear of legal consequences or bad press. Air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity. "Environment" was a word that appeared more often in spelling bees than on the evening news. Although mainstream America remained oblivious to environmental concerns, the stage had been set for change by the publication of Rachel Carson's New York Times bestseller Silent Spring" in 1962. The book represented a watershed moment for the modern environmental movement, selling more than 500,000 copies in 24 countries and, up until that moment, more than any other person, Ms. Carson raised public awareness and concern for living organisms, the environment and public health. Earth Day 1970 capitalized on the emerging consciousness, channeling the energy of the anti-war protest movement and putting environmental concerns front and center. The idea came to Earth Day founder, Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, Ca. Inspired by the student anti-war movement, he realized that if he could infuse that energy with an emerging public consciousness about air and water pollution, it would force environmental protection onto the national political agenda. Senator Nelson announced the idea for a "national teach-in on the environment" to the national media; persuaded Pete McCloskey, a conservation-minded Republican Congressman, to serve as his co-chair; and recruited Denis Hayes as national coordinator. Hayes built a national staff of 85 to promote events across the land. As a result, on the 22ndof April, 20 million Americans took to the streets, parks, and auditoriums to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies. Thousands of colleges and universities organized protests against the deterioration of the environment. Groups that had been ghting against oil spills, polluting factories and power plants, raw sewage, toxic dumps, pesticides, freeways, the loss of wilderness and the extinction of wildlife suddenly realized they shared common values. Earth Day 1970 achieved a rare political alignment, enlisting support from Republicans and Democrats, rich and poor, city slickers and farmers, tycoons and labor leaders. The rst Earth Day led to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water and Endangered Species Acts. "It was a gamble," Gaylord recalled, "but it worked." As 1990 approached, a group of environmental leaders asked Denis Hayes to organize another big campaign. This time, Earth Day went global, mobilizing 200 million people in 141 countries and lifting environmental issues onto the world stage. Earth Day 1990 gave a huge boost to recycling efforts worldwide and helped pave the way for the 1992 United Nations Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. It also prompted President Bill Clinton to award Senator Nelson the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1995) -the highest honor given to civilians in the United States -for his role as Earth Day founder. As the millennium approached, Hayes agreed to spearhead another campaign, this time focused on global warming and a push for clean energy. With 5,000 environmental groups in a record 184 countries reaching out to hundreds of millions of people, Earth Day 2000 combined the bigpicture feistiness of the rst Earth Day with the international grassroots activism of Earth Day 1990. It used the Internet to organize activists, but also featured a talking drum chain that traveled from village to village in Gabon, Africa, and hundreds of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Earth Day 2000 sent world leaders the loud and clear message that citizens around the world wanted quick and decisive action on clean energy. Much like 1970, Earth Day 2010 came at a time of great challenge for the environmental community. Climate change deniers, well-funded oil lobbyists, reticent politicians, a disinterested public and a divided environmental community all contributed to a strong narrative that overshadowed the cause of progress and change. In spite of the challenge, for its 40thanniversary, Earth Day Network reestablished Earth Day as a powerful focal point around which people could demonstrate their commitment. Earth Day Network brought 225,000 people to the National Mall for a Climate Rally, amassed 40 million environmental service actions toward its 2012 goal of A Billion Acts of Green¨, launched an international, one-million tree planting initiative with Avatar director James Cameron and tripled its online base to over 900,000 community members. The ght for a clean environment continues in a climate of increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change become more manifest every day. We invite you to be a part of Earth Day and help write many more victories and successes into our history. Discover energy you didn't even know you had. Feel it rumble through the grassroots under your feet and the technology at your ngertips. Channel it into building a clean, healthy, diverse world for generations to come.Celebrate Earth Day10 €Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 18 2014 Earth Day : The History Of A Movement

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