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Language: English
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Creation Date: April 12, 2006
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Opening Day
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County To Discuss
County Coordinator's
Job At Special Meeting
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Commission voted
4-1 to rename its County Administrator's job as
the County Coordinator's job on Wednesday,
April 5.
The position is currently called County
Manager and is held by Joe Miranti. Due to a
family illness, Miranti had to resign his posi-
tion and will continue to hold it until his con-
tract expires May 31.
The Chairman, the Honorable Ronnie
Moore, of the Board of County Commissioners
of Madison County, Florida, and members of
said Board, will hold a Special Meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners on Wednes-
day, April 12, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. at the County
Commissioner's Meeting Room, Courthouse
Please see Job, Page 2A

Madson County

Deputies

Apprehend Fugitive
According to a Madison County Sheriff's
Office report, on the morning of Thursday,
April 6, Lieutenant Mark W. Joost of the Madi-
son County Sheriff's Office received an anony-
mous tip concerning a fugitive from Pasco
County, Florida, possibly being at a residence,
located southwest of
Sirmans in Madison
County.
-- Preliminary investi-
.gation revealed that Ja-
son Anthony Joyner
had seven active arrest
warrants from Pasco
County Sheriff's Of-
fice for five counts of
Forgery and Uttering a
Forgery, 1 count of Vi-
Jason Anthony olation Of Probation
Joyner for Burglary and 1
count of Violation Of
Probation for Grand Theft. Based on Joyner's
Please see Joyner, Page 2A

Man Arrested For

Aggravated Assault,

Domestic Violence
According to a Madison Police Depart-
ment report, Terrance
Lamar Williams, 29,
was arrested on Sun-
S day, April 9, and
charged with aggravat-
3 ed assault and domestic
violence.
According to the vic-
tim, she said that
Williams entered her
home and was very
high and could hardly
Terrance Lamar walk. She said that
Williams Williams took her pack
of cigarettes and she asked him what he was
doing.
Please see Williams, Page 2A



3 Sections, 28 Pages
AroundMadison County........................... 4-7A
Bridal.............................. ................... 4A
Church..................... ..........Section C
Classifrieds................................................. 8B
Community Calendar.................................... 5A
Forestry....................... ...................6B
Health.................... ...................8A
Legals..................................9B
Obituaries.................... .......5A
S choo l.................... ............................ 1-3B
Sports.................... ............. ........4-5B
Viewpoints & Opinions..............2-3A




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14 Year Old Makes Hole-In-One


Sean Alderman
Announces Candidacy For The
Office Of Madison County
School Board, District 5.


Dylan Barrs, age 14, made a hole-in-one at the Madison
County Country Club on April 1, during the Madison Academy
golf tournament. He is pictured as he retrieves his ball from
hole #17. Please see full coverage on page 5B. (Photo Sub-
mitted)

Veterans To Be Honored

On Freedom From Fear Day


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Chamber of Commerce,
along with the Veterans Service Of-
fice, will celebrate Freedom From
Fear Day on Tuesday, April 18, as
part of the Down Home Days Festiv-
ities.
Oliver Bradley, local Veterans
Service Officer,. will be in charge of
the service, which will feature a spe-
cial guest speaker from the Veterans
of Foreign Wars in Monticello.
All veterans are invited to attend.
If they are not there, it will be hard to
honor them, according to Chamber of
Commerce CEO Paula Arnold.
Falnilies of people currently en-
listed are also invited to attend the
ceremony.


Sean Alderman, has announced his candidacy for
the office of Madison County School Board, District 5.
He is pictured above with his wife, Michelle, and two
daughters, Eryn and Camryn. (Photo Submitted)
I, Sean Alderman am announcing my candidacy for the Of-
fice of Madison County School Board, District 5.
I have been a lifelong resident of Madison County, raised in
the Lee community. I attended school in Madison Public schools
and graduated from Madison County High School. I then at-
tended North Florida Community College and received my As-
sociates of Arts Degree. I received a Bachelor's Degree in Fi-
nance and a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Florida State
University. Upon graduating from FSU, I worked for the De-
partment of Corrections as an Accountant for 4 years. For the
past five years, I have been the Director of Business Services for
Hamilton County School Board. I also serve on the Board of Di-
rectors for the Florida School Finance Officers Association. My
background in school finance has allowed me to become very
knowledgeable in state and federal programs, school board poli-
cies and procedures, and Florida law pertaining to public
schools. The public school system in the State of Florida is
rapidly changing. I will use my experience to make the difficult
decisions that must be made to provide every child the education
they deserve.
My wife, Michelle, and I have been married for 15 years.
We have 2 daughters, Eryn and Camryn. They attend Madison
County Central School. We are members of Lee First Baptist
Church in Lee.
If elected, I will make decisions that promote a positive
learning environment for the students of Madison County. Our
children are our future and we need leadership that will ensure
each child has the resources available for an excellent education.
On Tuesday, September 5,2006, exercise your right to vote. Vote
for experience, leadership and a commitment to our children.
Vote for Sean Alderman, Madison County School Board, Dis-
trict 5.
Political Advertisement paid for and approved by
Sean Alderman, Nonpartisan, for School Board, District 5.


City Of Madison To Refurbish Downtown Sidewalks
By Jacob Bembry Street. contract with them. The engineer will have to


Greene Publishing, Inc.
The City of Madison is looking to refur-
bish its downtown sidewalks.
The city has received a $700,000 grant
from the Department of Community Affairs to
redo the sidewalks. According to City Manager
Tom Moffses, the sidewalks in question are on
Horry Street, between Pinckney and Dade
Streets and east on Dade Street to Shelby


Moffses said that Requests for Proposals
(RFPs) are currently being done. He estimated
that this would probably take a month or more.
"If we get more than three RFPs," Moffses
said, "we would probably take the top three and
the city commission would have to negotiate
with them from there."
Once the RFP is finished, an engineering
firm must be selected and the city must sign a


Marley Is Missing NO More:


A Dog Gone Story!
For those of out there who are not pet lovers, you will undoubtedly think this
piece overly emotional, highly dramatized, and perhaps even bordering on the in-
sane! On the other hand, if you love animals, this tale may move you to tears and
restore hope in the diligence and honesty of strangers.
It all began on Saturday, March 25 off of Highway 14, on Summerset Way,
in Madison. Jessica, my 17-year-old daughter, was dog-sitting our beloved Chi-
huahua, Marley, for I had plans that day on the Suwannee River. Jessica let Mar-
ley out for his routine morning stroll, to visit with our black Labrador retriever,
and to play with our two kitties, Kitty Sister, and Kitty Brother. We surmise that
Marley wandered into the field beyond our home where a huge land sale was tak-
ing place. After calling Marley for several hours, to no avail, Jessica frantically
called me in Live Oak to deliver the distressing news. "Marley is missing! I've
talked to neighbors and to the families at the Jim Jean land sale, and he is no
where to be found!"
I rushed back to Madison before dark and called him until my throat was
sore. Sunday, I walked and rode the woods and fields in our area and called our
neighbors, sometimes leaving messages that were unintelligible because my
Please see Marley, Page 10A


get a surveyor to do topological design plans
and specifications. This will have to be let out
for bids.
"It may be September or October before
we begin doing any actual work," Moffses esti-
mated.
The city is putting in another $375,000 of
its motor fuel tax to go along with the $700,000
from DCA.


"Marley" was listed as missing on March 25, in
Madison, and later found on March 31, in the state of
Maine. "Marley" is pictured with Jessica Nixon and
Robert Parker. (Photo Submitted)


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Wandering
With The Publisher
: Mary Ellen Greene
Columnist



May You Have

A Blessed Easter
This Sunday is Easter, the day Christians pause to remem-
ber Jesus Christ, Our Lord.
If you missed the Rocky Springs and Hanson United
Methodist Churches' play of "Jesus And the Nine Inch Nails,"
last Sunday at the Madison Woman's Club, you really missed a
wonderful presentation by our local residents. We were joined
at the play by two of our grandchildren, Forest and Matthew
JohnDeere, who enjoyed it just as
much as we did.
The performances .were at
11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., and were
free to all who attended. Viewers
saw the story of Jesus praying in
the Garden; the cruel whipping of
Christ; Pontius Pilate presenting
the "King of Kings,"; Jesus hang-
ing on the Cross; and the Resurrec-
tion, as Jesus went up into the
Clouds of Glory."
Last year, the same two
churches presented another fantas-
N'-W tic story. The special effects, light-
ing and music both years were ex-
cellent. Our own columnist, Gin-
ger Jarvis, was great on the organ
and her son, Don Jarvis, of Savannah, Ga., was here to sing so-
los, and to lead the singing, with his mother and the audience.
Pastor Greg Grant as M.C. is to be commended, along with
his churches, for these great performances. The event was
sponsored by the two churches, and the 16cal media of the area.
Thank you, Pastor Grant, and your churches for making this
Easter Story such a meaningful event. We can't wait to see next
year's story.
Watch our Path of Faith next Wednesday for a pictorial
event of the Easter Story.
We should be thankful in everything we do in life. At East-
er, we should be thankful for Jesus Chnst, and that He did come
to save us. There are other stories of how to be thankful. There
are two I want to share with you today.
Matthew Henry is a well-known Bible commentator.
One day, he was robbed, and that evening made the following
entry in his diary:
"Let me be thankful ---- first because I was never robbed
before; second; because although they took my wallet, they did
not take my life; third, because although they took my all, it was
not much; and fourth, because it was I who was robbed, not I
who robbed."
Another short story I like to remember is this one:
Mother Teresa attended a gathering with kings and presi-
dents and statesmen from all over the world. They were there
in their crowns and jewels and silks and Mother Teresa wore her
sari held together by a safety pin.
One of the noblemen spoke to her of her work with the
poorest of the poor in Calcutta. He asked her if she didn't be-
come discouraged because she saw so few successes in her min-
istry.
Mother Teresa answered, "I do not become discouraged.
You see, God has not called me to a ministry of success. He has
called me to a ministry of mercy."
When we forget the message of Easter, and when we might
fall into a "why, me" mode, it is always good to remember.the
people in this world less fortunate than we are.
The Husband and I have also always found that laughter is
the best medicine in the world for what ails you. We try to find
something light-hearted in any situation. It was Agnes Reppli-
er who once said...."We cannot really love anybody with whom
we cannot laugh."
Have a wonderful, and blessed Easter, and remember the
"reason for the season."
"Nuff said....Bye for now....See 'ya.




'Easter Sunday Brunch uffet


Baked Honey Ham Roast Beef, Au Jus Carving Station
Peel & Eat Shrimp Assorted Chicken Dishes
Assorted Breakfast Items Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Julie's Rice Pilaf Baked Macaroni & Cheese
Assorted Veggies Assorted Dinner Rolls
Fresh Salad Bar Assorted Pies & Cakes
RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED FOR PARTIES OF 6 OR MORE -
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Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper.


Let's Vote County Wide
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Dear Editor: voted it in. I think it is time we go bacK to the ola way ana com
Something is wrong with this picture; it seems that residents missioners run county-wide, being they are making decision
from a certain district did not want a bike trail, and their com- that affect the whole county.
missioner voted, as they wanted him to, which is the American
way. However other commissioners from outside the district W PICKELS
I Enjoy Reading Greene Publishing, Inc. Online
I just wanted to take a minute to tell you folks how much I has changed in the past 30 years, but from my vantage in Cali
enjoy reading this paper on line. I lived in Lee from 1968-1972, fornia, Madison County looks much the same.
while my folks, Fred and Theresa Walther, lived in Lee from That is very comforting. Keep up the.good work!
1968 until my Dad's passing in 1983. From time to time I see Thomas R. Walther, CPCU, ARM
names that I recognize from school days. I especially enjoyed Claims Manager, Fresno Branch
reading about the Lee festivities in last week's paper. Much Intercare Insurance Services

Sick And Tired Of High Gas Prices


Greetings to All!!
Am I the only person who's sick and tired of the high gas
prices? Of course, that was a rhetorical question. It seems as
though we are being gouged, once again, by the change of sea-
sons. Why, all of a sudden, at the start of Bike Week, did gas
prices increase, by at least 30 cents per gallon? I was told, by
a gas station owner in Valdosta, Georgia, that they were having
trouble getting gas; because of some problem getting fuel out of
the pipeline. Well, I believe that about as much as I believe
there's an Easter bunny!!!
I believe.last year's high gas prices was a test to see just
how much we would be willing to pay, so prices could be raised
even higher this year, at the height of tourist season. Come on
people, are you willing to continue paying these outrageous
prices; and, can you really afford it? I, for one, cannot!! I dri-
ve 40 miles, one way, to work each day. At this rate,, by sum-

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Dear Editor:
Please allow me this opportunity to express appreciation to
all those who contributed to the success of another great Lee
Day Festival. To coordinate and bring to fruition an activity of
this magnitude requires the time and energies of many dedicat-
ed volunteers. Members of the Lee Day Committee (listed in
last week's newspaper), Town of Lee staff, the Lee Community
-Volunteer Fire Department, the Lee United Methodist Church,,
Julie Combass and those who assisted her in coordinating the

Job cont from page 1A
Annex, Madison.
The purpose of'this meeting is discussion with possible ac-
tion regarding the job description of the County Coordinator.
A controversy had swirled recently about giving the county
manager full control over each department and its heads, in-
cluding EMS Director Juan Botino and Public Works Supervisor
Jerry McClune, who have.headed each department for a number
of years.

Joyner cont from page 1A
criminal history and apparent propensity towards violence, Lt.
Joost conducted a raid briefing with Deputies Alan R. Whigham
and Chris J. Andrews of the sheriff office's tactical response
team. At approximately 11:30 a.m. on Friday, 7 April 2006, the
raid was executed on a trailer, off Wolfolk Avenue, southwest of
Sirmans.
While Deputies Whigham and Andrews secured the perime-
ter df the residence, Lt. Joost located, and arrested Joyner with-
out incident. A computer check revealed that there were no
wants or warrants on four other individuals that were located in-
side the residence.
Joyner was transported to the Madison County Jail for pro-
cessing and is awaiting transport back to Pasco County.


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mer's end, we'll be pan ing $4.00 per gallon for gas. Not only
will we be paying more for gas, but everything else will go up,
too; because, it takes fuel for trucks to transport goods to stores.
If anyone reading this knows a phone number or website I
can refer to and complain, please have it printed in next week's
paper. I'll be more than happy to express my disdain over this.
I encourage everyone reading this to do the same. After all, is-
n't freedom of speech one of our rights as citizens of this "great"
country!!! We should all express our feelings and say, "Enough
already!!"
In my opinion, we may as well open all the prison gates and
let all the thieves out, so they can steal from us, too. A thief is
a thief, no matter what or how they are stealing.
I could go on and on; but, I believe I've made my point.
Sincerely I remain,
Dianie Bachari

.ee Day Festival
Beauty Pageant, Jeff Bailey and others gave so much of them-
selves. Our sincere thanks go out to these and all others who
joined together once again to provide a week-end of fun and
fellowship for those who came to share this special occasion
with us.

Thank you so very much.
Ernestine E. Kinsey
(Mayor)


Williams


count from page 1A


The victim said that Williams got mad and came at her with a
knife.
The victim said that Williams tried to stab her with the knife
but stuck it in the bedroom door, breaking the knife off..
The victim said that she hit Williams with a piece of rod.
Williams then proceeded to slam her down behind a chair in
a bedroom and held her there.
The victim said that Williams told her that he was going to
get a gun and come back and kill her and her roommate.
The victim's roommate said that she saw Williams try to
stab the victim and also try to bodyslam the victim.




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Play Ball!
I hope that everyone is having a great week and had a great
weekend!.
Saturday began with the opening day of the Babe Ruth
Baseball and Softball League. A fundraiser was held for Ronald
Norris at Lee Elementary School beginning at 5 p.m. Everlast-
ing Arms, Lisa Smith, Alexis Stalnaker and Tania Williams all
did a great job singing.
Louise R6gers, Pearl Hicks, Shane Williamson and Marty
Clark all celebrate their birthdays on Wednesday, April 12. My
great-nephew, Braxton Lee Taff, celebrates his first birthday
that day.
My niece, Shannan Leutner, will celebrate her birthday on
Thursday, April 13.
Daina Flowers and Melissa Gilbert celebrate their birthdays
on Friday, April 14.
James Floyd and Melinda Williams will celebrate their
birthdays on Saturday, April 15.
Bonnie Webb will celebrate her birthday on Sunday, April
16.
Troy Macarages will celebrate her birthday on Monday,
April 17.
Mikenzi Plain will celebrate her birthday on Tuesday, April
18.
Belated birthday wishes go out to Corey Jones, April 5;
Dana Ragans, April 6; Sammy Hicks, April 8; Carl Dean and
Terry Putnal, April 9; Jackie Williams, Hazel Phillips, Darren
Webb and Kathryn Hale, April 10; and Wendy Webb, Wendy
Blanton and Donna Watson, April 11.
Belated anniversary wishes go out to Retis and Janice
Flowers, April 6; and Jason and Misti Archambault, April 9.
That's all the news for this week! Have a great week and a
beautiful forever! May God bless each and every one of you!





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Madison Gatepost

Ginger Jarvis
Columnist


R'iins Didln't Stp Weekend Events
Even strong thunderstorms did not inhibit the fun of MCHS
juniors and seniors headed for the prom. Gatepost has seen pic-,
torial proof that the young people had a great time!
The weather had cleared -by Sunday Morning, perfect for
the Palm Sunday performance at the Woman's Club Building.
A good crowd was touched by the show, both morning and
evening.
Greg and Jackie Grant had the pleasure of a visit with his
son David of San Diego, CA. David played the role of Jesus in
Sunday's program.
We had a terrific birthday, enhanced by the presence of our
son, Don Jarvis of Savannah.. He provided vocal music for the
show.
Gatepost wishes to use a little space to' thank all the folks
who assisted with our flat tire outside Ken's Thursday night. Is
small-town life great or what?
We extend best wishes to the new One Eleven Grill down-
town. We believe they will do well.
A belated birthday greeting to fellow Moon Pie Kathryn
Hall on April 10.
Help these folks have a great birthday this week. Judy Wa-
ters, April 13; Ta'Neja Rodgers, Alena and Anika Christmas,
and David Sanders, April 14; La'Toya Taylor, Ronnie Spear-
man, Beulah Johnson, and Steve Bevan, April 15; Margaret
Washington and Dedris Wright, April 16; A.J. Spires and Abby
Blanton, April 17; Heather Beggs, Glen Smith, Robin Blanton,
and Tommy Bishop, April 18; and Michelle Cruce and Shema-
ta Walker, April 19 Gatepoht wishes you all a happy day.
A wonderful 12th wedding anniversary to Lewis and Elaine
Miller on April 16.
Anniversary greetings also to Glena and Patti Schmidt on
April 18. i
We pray continued Plessings on both these couples.
Picket Fence Pride those brilliant red amaryllises that I see
on Hwy 90 E. Plus the, others nodding gaily all around town. A
bright punctuation for Easter, for sure.
Let's add Dianne pietrich to our prayer list. She faces
surgery this week.
Our condolences go out to the family of Philip Dale
Franklin in their time of mourning. Let us pray for them.
This weekend, find an egg hunt and an Easter service to at-
tend. Schools will be closed Friday and Monday.
Contact Gatepdst with news of new babies or visitors in
your neighborhood Call (850) 973-4141, leave a note at the
Greene Publishing !Building on Hwy. 53 S.
Meet you at the gatepost next week.


Man Arrested Following


Physical Altercation
A Madison man was ar- ,,, .......
rested following physical al-
tercation on Saturday, April 8.
According to a Madison -
Police Department report, Cpl:
Chris Cooks was dispatched to
an address on Mosely Hall
Road in reference to the alter-
cation.
Cooks made contact with .
the -victim, who said that .. .. i
O'Neil Robinson, 19, hither _
in her right eye.
Contact was made with ..,
Robinson on Orange Street. O'Neil Robinson
He was arrested and transport-
ed to the Madison County Jail, where he was charged n ith bat-
tery.





Q. I used to watch "Family Feud" years ago. I stopped watch-
ing, though, because of my schedule. I was shocked recently when-
a friend told me Richard Dawson, who was the host when I
watched, had died. What happened? Kaya T.
A. Richard Dawson is very much among the living. He's 73
now, married to a former contestant (Gretchen Johnson), and the
two have a daughter together. However, Ray Combs, who took over
from Dawson as host, tragically corpmitted suicide in 1996. He was
only in his 30s.

P Q. Is it true "The Dead Zone" is being cancelled by the USA
Network? Jim E
A. The show's future is very shaky. The fifth season will begin'
June 11th, but the actors are'no longer under contract, not even the
star, Anthony Michael Hall. While USA holds an option with Lion-
sgate for a sixth season, there will be no decision one. way or an-
other until sometime in August. : :

Q. I'm glad ABC has put Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer ohl
"World News Tonight." How long will they be anchoring with Eliz-
abeth Vargas? Lisa Y.
A. The dynamic duo were brought in when Bob Woodruff was
wounded in Iraq. His recovery is expected to take a long time, so
I'm assuming Gibson and Sawyer will be on the air at least until he
returns. Added to ABC's woes is the fact that Vargas recently an-
nounced her pregnancy. To say that things are in a state of flux right
now on "World News Tonight" would be a huge understatement!

Q. I hear that Michelle Rodriguez, who portrays Ana Lucia on
"Lost," is going to be the next "victim" because of her misbehavior
on the set, throwing tantrums and such. Is this true? Gloria P.
A. The tabloids have been all abuzz about Rodriguez' alleged
"diva" antics. However, the series cocreator, Damon Lidelof, scoffs
at this, calling it "all huff and puff and speculation." As for who
might be killed off next, Lidelof says that a decision such as that
would be strictly based on the storyline, not any actor's individual
deeds or misdeeds.
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A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express
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Joe Boyles
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Intelligence In War
I just finished reading John Keegan's "Intelligence in War,"
first published in 2002. Keegan is a first rank British military
historian.
Intelligence in War covers a breadth of battles over two cen-
turies where expert knowledge of the enemi often proved piv-
otal to the outcome, including Nelson's 1798 pursuit of the
French fleet across the Mediterranean, Jackson's 1862 cam-
paign in the Shenandoah Valley, and the World War II battles of
Midway and the Atlantic. Keegan concludes that while intelli-
gence might prove critical, success in battle is ultimately deter-
mined.by hard fighting and, sometimes, luck.
My interest in this subject goes back to my revelation fol-
lowing the, 9/11 attacks. That afternoon more than four years
ago, I told m\ \ ife that at this point, I kne%\ o to things: this w\ar
was all about intelligence and it was a fight to the death with no
room for a negotiated settlement.
Setting the second point aside, my contention about intelli-
gence was and is based on this premise: the enemy can hit us in
more places and ways than we can e' er hope to reasonably or
feasible) defend. The secret to success in the War on Terrorism
is to determine the enemy's intentions beforehand and, to use an
old Western idiom, "cut them off at the pass." Now you see
where intelligence fits into the picture.
I don't pretend to have insight into all of the intelligence
operations that are under way to defeat al-Qaeda's murderous
intentions, but it is apparent that we have invested a lot of our
nation's security in the data mining program developed by the
National Security Agency (NSA). This is called the Terrorist
Surveillance Program by President Bush. In contrast, his polit-
ical opponents call TSP an illegal wiretapping program which
violates our constitutional protection of privacy. Talk about di-
vergence of opinion!
The poster child of TSP opponents is Senator Russ Feingold
(D, WS) who recently called for censure of the president al-
though censure is not enumerated in our constitution. Others
have called for his impeachment which is a constitutional pro-
cedure.
I wish that cooler heads would prevail inside Washington's
Beltway. The truth of the matter is we don't know whether or
not TSP is constitutional. President Bush relies on his exercise
of Article II responsibilities as commander-in-chief. His oppo-
nents claim that he is violating the Foreign Intelligence Surveil-
lance Act (FISA), enacted by Congress in the post-Watergate
era. There were serious questions about the constitutionality of
FISA when it was enacted in 1978. Although every administra-
tion since that time has violated the act in one way or the other,
none has sought to challenge its' legitimacy in court which is re-
ally where this argument should be settled.
So, why would a president, Democrat or Republican, cir-
cumvent FISA? I can give you three reasons. First, it is very
bureaucratic and time-consuming. Like most government pro-
grams, it is neither nimble nor quick which intelligence in war
demands. Second, if a program is highly classified,' there is a
real opportunity for compromise when the bureaucracy is noti-
fied. And third, there may be questions about "probable cause"
which might lead to denial by the FISA court.
Basically, TSP came about because our Pakistani allies cap-
tured al-Qaeda computers and cell phones nearly three years
ago. Imbedded in the software were phone numbers, both over-
seas and here in the United States. .To protect the security of our
nation and citizens, President Bush authorized the NSA to listen
in on conversations between callers to and from these phone
numbers. Under Justice Department guidance, the NSA devised
a data mining program with no less than 48 gates which must be
satisfied before a conversation can be recorded and analyzed.
Congressional leaders of both parties were advised of the pro-
gram when it was initiated.
The Congress has been kept informed by the Bush Admin-
istration who also says that TSP has yielded valuable intelli-
gence which has helped us keep the enemy on the run. In the
meantime, America has been spared further attacks which, four
years ago, most of us felt were inevitable.
In 1999, we were lucky when an alert border security guard
captured the Millennium Bomber before he could cause serious
damage at Los Angeles International. Two years later, we were
not lucky and more than three thousand innocent Americans
died in the 9/11 attacks. The Bush Administration has decided
not to depend on luck, but instead, to defeat the terrorists by out-
smarting them. I'm glad. What do you think?






Laysha Sampson vs. Samuel Sampson, Jr.-dissolution of
marriage
Jason Miller vs. Fred Pearson, et al-other civil
Eugenia Pride vs. Shontavia Haynes-repeat domestic in-
junction
Elaine Calderon vs. Jimmie Ragans Enterprises-other civil
James A. Vaugh vs. James R. McDonough, Secretary of De-
partment of Corrections-other civil
Laysha Sampson vs. Samuel Sampson, Jr.-other civil
Lashauana Free and DOR vs. Laquinton Joseph-support
Stephanie C. Renz vs. Samuel E. Renz-dissolution of mar-
riage
Town of Greenville vs. Lamonica and Marcele Jones-other
civil
Town of Greenville vs. Catherine Gooden-other civil
Town of Greenville vs. Deloris M. Talbert-other civil


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Joseph Herbert
BRunacorsi. Sr.


Joseph Herbert Buona-
corsi, Sr, age 81, died on Fri-
day, March 31, in Lee.
Funeral services were on
Monday, April 3, 2006, at
10:00 A.M. at St Vincent de
Paul Catholic Church in Madi-
son. Burial was in Macedonia
Cemetery, Madison County.
The family received friends at
Beggs Chapel on Sunday,
April 2 from 6 until 8:00 p.m.,
with a prayer service at 7:30.
p.m.
He was born in Provi-
dence, R.I., September 15,
1924, the son of the late
Rudolph Buronacorsi and
Marie DeMeglio Buonarcorsi.
He moved from Warwick, R.I.,
to Lee in 1990. He was a vet-
eran of the US Army and
served in World War II, and
was awarded a Purple Heart.
He was injured during the war,
which resulted in his being dis-
abled for the rest of his life.
He is survived by one son,
Joseph Buonacorsi, Jr. of Prov-
idence, R.I.; four daughters:
Chery Archambault (Richard)
of Lee; Roberta McDonald
(Charles) of Lee; Gail Dre-
ityler (Jeffery) of Chillicothi,
Ohio; and Dawn Hiatt (John)
of Altamonte Springs; two sis-
ters: Alice (Ben) Alfano of Vir-
ginia; and Edith Alfano (John)
of Cranston, R.I.; nine grand-
children and eight great grand-
children.
Philip Dale

Franklin
,.,, Philip Dale Franklin, age
53, died Saturday, April 1,
2006, in Madison.
Graveside services were
Saturday, April 8, 2006, at
Burnham Christian Cemetery
in Hamilton County.
He had lived in Madison
for six years and was of the
Baptist faith.
He is survived by his
mother, Flora Mae Franklin, of
Cherry Lake; one son, Dale
Franklin of Jennings; three
brothers, James Franklin and
wife, Betty, of Thomaston,
GA, Dean Franklin and wife,
Brenda, of Jenfiings, and Tom-
my Franklin and wife, Ulysic-
ca, of Pilot, TX; two sisters,
Mary Jean Edmondson and
husband, William, of Quitman,
Ga., and Linda Cordoves, of
Madison.
His wife, Joan Elizabeth;
his father James Edgar
Franklin, and a brother,
Ronald Franklin, preceded him
in death.


April 13
"On the Road" for Rural
Caregivers is coming to Madi-
son County from 11:30 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. Activities for indi-
viduals with dementia or
Alzheimer's .disease, caregiv-
er support and caregiver coun-
seling will be available at the
Madison County Library in
the Conference Room. If you
have any questions or would
like more information, please
contact the Alzheimer Re-
source Center at 850-561-
6869 or www.arc-tallahas-
see. org.
April 13
The South Georgia Med-
ical Center's Compassionate
Friends Support Group will
meet at 7:00 p.m. to assist par-
ents in the positive resolution
of grief. Grieving parents,
siblings and grandparents are
invited to attend. For more in-
formation, call Jim Schap-
paugh at 229-259-4510.
April 15 & 16
The 38th Annual Man-
darin Art Festival will be held
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. and on Sunday from
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The
event will take place at the
club grounds at 12447 Man-
darin Rd, Jacksonville. For
more information, contact
Chris Hiday at mandarinart-
fest@vahoo.com or 904-260-
4030.
April 17
South Georgia Medical
Center's Diabetes Manage-
ment Center will host its
monthly Living With Diabetes'
session at 6:00 p.m. at the Di-
abetes Management Center lo-
cated inside SGMC's Special-
ty Clinic. This month's topic
will be Sexual Dysfunction
(issues of Men and Women)
and the speaker will be Dr.
Mike Chiang. This is a free
session. For more information,
call Dawn Taylor at 229-249-
4121.
April 17
Boy Scout Troop #633,
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts
Troop #408 all meet every
Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the
Woman's Club Building on
Lake Frances. For more infor-
mation, call Norman Bright-
well, Boy Scoutmaster and
Cub Scout Cubmaster at 850-
971-5114 or Lanette Hill for
Girl Scouts at 850-869-0297.
April 18
Madison County Senior
Citizens Health Expo on April
18, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. to 1:00
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A free event with refreshments
and door prizes! For ques-
tions contact Joan Beck at
973-4241.
April 18 & 25
Summer VPK Round-Up
for children who were four
years old on or before Sept. 5,
2005 and are not currently en-
rolled in the school year VPK
program has been scheduled
from 3:00 6:00 p.m. in the
Madison County Central
School Media Center. On-site
registration form Summer
VPK can be completed at this
time.
April 18
Every Tuesday Pine Tree
Craft 'N Quilters meet from
9:30 3:30 with a break at
noon for a covered dish lun-
cheon. We welcome every-
one of every religion and race
and would.love to have you
join us. Meeting at United
Methodist Cooperative min-
istries. 135 N.E. Dill St. Call
929-4938 for more informa-
tion. Free Lessons are given
on Thursday from 9:30 to
noon.
April 18
A.A. Meetings are held


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every Tuesday at 12:00 noon
at the St. Vincent DePaul
"Social Hall" located at N.W.
Meeting Ave. in Madison.
April 22
The Colin P. Kelly Free-
dom Run at Four Freedoms
Festival will start at 7:30 a.m.
There will be a fun run and a
5K run. For more informa-
tion, call 973-1637 or email
belld@nfcc.edu.
April 22
Cherry Lake Fire ,Rescue
will host a Bass Tournament
at the Sim's Boat Club (Old
Wade's Beach) in Cherry
Lake. The tournament will
run from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00
a.m. There is an entry fee of
$40.00 per boat (2 fishermen)
or $20.00 per boat (1 fisher-
man). You can also register
for the "Big Fish" pot which
costs $10.00 per boat, with
100% payback to the winner
of the "Big Fish." Registra-
.tion will start promptly at
4:30 p.m. until 5:45 p.m.
Prize Money paid to 1st thru
4th places if more than 21
boats register or 1st thru 3rd
place if less than 20 boats
register. For more informa-
tion please call (850) 929-
2354, Cherry Lake Fire Res-


cue and leave a message.
Your phone call will be re-
turned.
April 25
South Georgia Medical
Center will host SGMC Best
Buddies, a local Support
group for breast cancer sur-
vivors, from 6:00 7:30 p.m.
in the Pearlman Comprehen-
sive Cancer Center Confer-
ence Room. Participation is
free of charge. All breast
cancer survivors are encour-
aged to attend. For more in-
formation, call Christine For-
rest at 229-259-4638,
April 27
Preschool Screening for
children 'age three-five is
scheduled for April 27, 2006
from 3:00 6:00 p.m. at the
old Madison Primary School.
April 30
The New Lamont Baptist
Church in Lamont will be
holding a dedication and open
house to celebrate the official
opening of the Church. Ded-
ication starts at 2:00 p.m. and,
the open house will begin at
3:00 p.m. Refreshments will
be served. Everyone is invit-


May 20
20th of May Jubilee Cel-


ebration is approaching and
the Community Coordinators
are looking for applicants for
the position of 20th of May
Queen. If you are interested
in becoming a candidate, call
Angela Bass at 973-2299 or
Kechia Robinson at 973-
3588. They thank you in ad-
vance for your participation..
May 27
The Generation of Excel-
lence Dance Team Summer
Youth Dance will hold an
open enrollment and informa-
tion session from 12:00 to
2:00 p:m. at the Madison
County Public Library.
June 20 & 21
FCAT Retakes will be
given at Madison CounIt
High School for seniors and
students who received a Cer-
tificate of Completion. For
more information or to sign
up, contact Becky Sellers at
973-5061.
June 27 & 28
The HSCT (High School
Competency Test) will be ad-
ministered for all eligible stu-
dents. To check your eligibil-
ity or sign up for the test, con-
tact Shirley Joseph at 973-
5022. The deadline for sign-
ing up is May 31.


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Madison K-9 Unit Keeps Madison County Clean


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office has an extraordinary
team of deputies and K-9's. The three officers who have the op-
portunity to have a dog partner accompany them, day in and day
out, include Deputy David Harper, Deputy Chris Andrews, and
Deputy Mike Maurice..
The first K-9 Team is Cpl. David Harper and Nitro. Harper
has been a deputy for eight-and-a-half years. He has been work-
ing with K9s for approximately five years.
SHarper's previous dog had a respiratory disease and, unfor-
tunately, Harper had to retire him. He searched high and low,
and his venture to find the perfect K-9 ended up in Springfield,
Missouri Nitro is a huge white lab that'was ready to work once
Harper found him. Nitro had.already completed approximately
200 hours of training and only had to put in 60 more hours of
training with Nitro.


Harper stated, "Our personalities matched. I liked him and
he" liked me."
Nitro is trained to sniff out the following street drugs: mar-
ijuana, cocaine, heroin, meth, crack, and ecstacy (XTC).
The very first traffic stop was a success, with Nitro recov-
ering $16,000 worth of drug money. Within two years of work-
ing, Nitro, he has an astonishing 35 arrests.
The second K-9 team is Deputy Chris Andrews and Mud.
Andrews has been a police officer for eight years. Andrews and
Mud have been a successful team for two years.
Mud is a chocolate lab that is Andrews' personal dog, as
well as his co-worker. He came up with the idea to make him his
partner and, due to having absolutely no previous experience in
the field, Mud had to go through extensive training.
For three tiring months, A.idil e\.scarried Mud back and
forth to Tallahassee every day to complete more than 200 hours,
with the Tallahassee Police Department to prepare him for the


streets. Both of them had to complete routine maintenance train-
ing searching, vehicle and buildings for hidden drugs, and other
various preparations.
Mud uses his helpful snout to locate odors of five different
narcotics, which include marijuana, cocaine, heroin, meth, and
crack.
He is used to search vehicles, residences, schools and prison
lockers, etc.
Andrews commented, "Mud is mad if he does not go. He is
always ready to work. The only way to describe him is, he's just,
Mud."
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Army Pfc. LaToya R. Harville has graduated from basic
combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fit-
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skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training,
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AROUND MADISON COUNTY



State Approves And Congratulates MCMH


For Bioterrorism/Disaster Drill Exercise


Madison County EMS participants display the proper way to walk patients
through the step by step process with assistance of the Decon team. (Greene Pub-
lishing Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, March 31, 2006)


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helped keep eager patients in line while waiting for their turn with the MCMH De-
con team. (Greene Publishing Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, March 31,2006)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
Thursday, March 30,
Madison County Memorial
Hospital (MCMH), had a trial
test from the State of Florida
officials to see how they
would react to real life disas-
ters and bioterrorism emer-
gencies.
MCMH employees from
every department of the hos-
pital volunteered a half a day
for extensive disaster exercis-
es. The volunteers prepared
for the upcoming day by us-
ing their own personal time to
train and practice to help
MCMH be the best First Re-


ciever possible.
The MCMH Decontami-
nation team included: Sarah
Copeland, Decon OPS;
Suzanne Truesdale, Decon
Triage Officer; Sandy Fletch-
er, Decon Safety Officer;
Heather Strickland, Mary Ply-
mel, Michel McLeod, Marie-
lena Quintana, Joseph Fudge,
and Cathy Ceci.
The Hospital Emergency
Incident Command System
(HEICS) system was suffi-
ciently activated and used.
HEICS was developed to as-
sist the operation of a medical
facility in a time of crisis. HE-
ICS efficiently identifies criti-


cal management functions in
order for a hospital to develop
and implement an emergency
action plan. It is a system
meant to be adapted to facili-
ties of all sizes and emergen-
cies of all types using a re-
sponsibility-oriented chain of
command, prioritization of
duties, with the use of Job Ac-
tion Sheets, and expeditious
transfer of resources within a
particular system.
The following agencies
participated with Madison
County Memorial Hospital to
make the disaster exercise a
success: American Red Cross,
Madison County Emergency


Management, Emergency
Medical Services, Madison
Police Department, Madison
County Sheriff's Office,
Madison County Fire/Rescue,
Madison County Health De-
partment, North Florida Com-
munity College Science Pro-
grams, North Florida Region
Domestic Security Task
Force, and the two rural
health clinics of MCMH:
Four Freedoms Health Ser-
vices and Madison Memorial
Healthcare Center. The
School Board of Education
also assisted by providing a
bus for the hospital to use to
transport victims with minor


injuries to other area hospi-
tals. The bus was not actually
driven.
Christina Horvath,
.MCMH Disaster Manager,


stated, "It was a very success-
ful exercise and the evaluators
had wonderful things to say
about each and every agency
who participated."


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HEALTH


Recording Family Histories


Can


Save Lives


By Jennifer Wider, M.D.
Society for Women's Health
Research
Despite that fact that
knowing your family's med-
ical history can save your life,
most Americans remain in the
dark. According to the Cen-
ters for Disease Control and
Prevention in Atlanta, Ga.,
only three in ten people record
the health histories of their rel-
atives. 'For women, the task
of recording a family health
history can be even more chal-
lenging.
Until the last 10 to 15
years, there was little recogni-
tion by doctors or patients of
sex and gender differences in
health. Diseases traditionally
classified as "male diseases,"
such as heart disease, were of-
ten left unrecorded and ig-
nored in women's family his-


stories. We now know that
heart disease is the number
one killer of American
women, and heart attack
symptoms differ between the
sexes. Only recently has the
medical community recog-
nized these important distinc-
tions. So even if you can lo-
cate your family's medical
history, the information-may
be incomplete.
Cancer is another disease
that needs to be traced.
Breast cancer, ovarian cancer,
melanoma, colorectal cancer,
and endometrial cancers are
among many diseases that can
run in families. Genetic test-
ing is a tool that can be used to
better assess an individual's
risk for certain diseases. The
testing analyzes a person's ge-
netic makeup for signs in their
DNA of increased disease


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risk. Genetic counseling with
health care professionals is
also available to help patients
make medical decisions based
on information gained through
genetic testing.
The answers from genetic
testing are not ,always clear
cut. Take breast cancer, for
example. The chance of a
woman having breast cancer
during her lifespan is roughly
one in eight, according to the
American Cancer Society.
Some women have a higher
risk, especially those with a
family history of the disease.
Certain gene mutations,
known as BRCA-1 and 2,
have been discovered and pre-
dispose women to develop
breast cancer. But the value
of screening for the genetic
mutations. differs depending
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vious than others. "If a
woman has a history of early-
onset breast cancer running
through first-degree relatives
of her family," the value of ge-
netic screening is usually
clear, says Luba Djurdjinovic,
M.S., head of the Genetic
Counseling Program in Bing-
hamton, N.Y. First degree
relatives include parents, sib-
lings and children.
Other cases are more
challenging. Family histories
may not point to BRCA-1 or 2
gene mutations, but to lesser
known genetic mutations that
can be equally dangerous to
health.
"Murations in the gene P-
TEN can increase a woman's
risk of breast cancer, as well,"
Djurdjinovic said. Women-
need to pay attention to pat-
terns of thyroid disease in
their family, which may be an
indicator of increased breast
cancer risk because it may
also be tied to this mutation.
According to Myrna Ben-
Yishay, M.S., a genetic coun-


selor at Montefiore Medical
Center in New York, genetic
counseling is recommended
for women "with a personal
or family history of breast
cancer before age 50 or ovar-
ian cancer at any age" or "two
or more primary diagnoses of
breast or ovarian cancer" in
the family.
Ben-Yishay says an oc-
currence of male breast can-
cer in the family or breast or
ovarian cancer at any age in
families of Ashkenazi Jewish
descent merit genetic coun-
seling.
Genetic testing may be.
appropriate for some patients
and less appropriate for oth-
ers. "The decision to have
genetic testing should be,
made in the context of the en-
tire "family history and risk
assessment," says Ben-
Yishay.
There are benefits and
limitations with genetic coun-
seling. When genetic testing
confirms an individual's
heightened risk for a disease,
they can receive more fre-


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At The Capitol
The Florida Department of Health hosted a
Hepatitis Awareness Day event on Thursday,
February 9th. The event ran from 9:00 a.m. un-
til 1:00 p.m. and will be held in the second floor
rotunda of the Florida Capitol.
There were a variety of educational booths
and resource materials at the event.
For more information, contact April Crow-
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quent health screenings or
preventive treatment. These
steps can improve survival
rates through early detection
of disease or decrease the
chance of developing the dis-
ease.
On the other hand, genet-
ic information can have nega-
tive emotional effects on the
individual or family. Genet-
ic testing .often provides an
ambiguous or unclear result,
and even if a woman tests
negative for a gene mutation,
it doesn't mean that she is off
the hook. She still needs to
be vigilant and follow the
recommended guidelines for
health screenings and physi-
cal examinations.
As we learn more and
more about genetics and dis-
ease, screening tools will be-
come more sophisticated and
accurate. Whatever role ge-
netic testing plays in the fu-
ture, it will always be impor-
tant to track patterns of dis-
ease in your family to safe-
guard your health and the
health of future generations.


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Tattooing used to be done only by profes-
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ber of young people, girls as well as boys, are
crudely tattooing themselves. They use India
or ballpoint pen ink and a pin. This can lead to
permanent disfigurement. It is very difficult
and painful to remove, and removal can leave
behind a hideous scar. In addition, when no re-
gard to hygiene is used, a real risk of contract-
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Dont Buy Kids Mallards For Easter


With Easter approaching,
many parents consider pur-
chasing cute little mallard
ducklings as gifts for their
children. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) suggests
buying your child a bunny
rabbit or a stuffed animal in-
stead.
"Although these duck-
lings might make nice pets
while they're young, they can
live 10 years and quickly out-
grow the cute and fuzzy stage,
leaving full-size droppings on
your patio and outdoor furni-
ture," said FWC waterfowl bi-
ologist Diane Eggeman.


"When this happens, parents,
and children ,often grow tired
of caring for these pets and
decide to turn them loose into
the wild."
.What they may not real-
ize is this is illegal and putting
Florida's native wildlife in
jeopardy. No one may pos-
sess, buy or sell mallards in
Florida without special permit
from the FWC, and releasing
them is prohibited.
These activities are
against the law because do-
mesticated ducks; once re-
leased, are capable of trans-
mitting diseases, and they
compete with native wildlife


for food and habitat. The
more important reason is that
releasing mallards threatens
the existence of the Florida
mottled duck, a unique sub-
species found only in penin-
sular Florida.
"These domesticated
mallards are crossbreeding
with the mottled duck, pro-


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rious concern and if not
stopped, this hybridization
could result in the Florida
mottled duck becoming' ex-
tinct."
Pet mallards will not mi-
grate when they are released.
They become established,
year-round residents of our
state. When they mate with
wild mottled ducks, it pushes
Florida's mottled ducks closer
to'extinction'.
The Florida mottled duck
population is relatively
small, and already FWC biol-
ogists are saying as many as
12 percent of these ducks are
showing genetic evidence of
hybridization.
Today, the future of our
mottled duck is uncertain,
but its fate is in Floridians'
hands. The solution starts
with not buying mallards for
children's Easter gifts.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Events shown are tentatively scheduled at publication.
For a final, confirmed listing, please contact the Madison County Chamber
Unless otherwise noted, events are without charge and take place in the downtown area near
Four Freedoms Park, Madison, Fla.
TUESDAY, APRIL 18: FREEDOM FROM FEAR
5:30 p.m. Military Salute in the Four Freedoms Park
Citizen of the Year Announcement
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19: FREEDOM OF WORSHIP
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
7:00 p.m. Community Service at Damascus Missionary Baptist Church, Smith St.
THURSDAY, APRIL 20: FREEDOM FROM WANT
11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
5:00 p.m. ICAN Kids' Caf6
Damascus Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Smith Street
FRIDAY, APRIL 21: FREEDOM OF SPEECH
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
3:00 p.m. Rib Cooking Contest
5 11 p.m. Food vendors on Range Street
5:30 p.m. Madison County Junior Auxiliary Creative Writing Contest,
Range Street
6:00 p.m. Becky's Dance Steps Showcase Performance,Range Street
7:00 p.m. Pet Contest on the Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Madison Veterinary Clinic/Grooming Dept.
7 11 p.m. Community Street Dance on Range Street
Sponsored by Madison County Memorial Hospital and
Johnson & Johnson
SATURDAY, APRIL 22: FOUR FREEDOMS FESTIVAL
7:30 a.m. Colin P. Kelly Freedom Runs at Range & Marion Streets
Sponsored by NFCC Chapter of Fla. Association of Community Colleges
7:30 a.m.- One mile Fun Run
8:00 a.m.- 5K Race
All Day Arts & Crafts, Food Vendors, Arts Trail in the Downtown Area
All Day Classic Car Show; Giant Pinball Machine, Range Street
All Day Dunking Booth, Courthouse Lawn
10:00 a.m. PARADE!
1 la.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Goza-Smith Mansion
11:00 a.m. Children's Art Wall, Range & Marion
Sponsored by Madison County Junior Auxiliary
12:00 noon Dessert Tasting at the Wardlaw-Goza-Smith Mansion
12:30 p.m. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT at the Gazebo, Four Freedoms Park
Marine Corps Band
Callie Buchanan
The Hodges Sisters (gospel singers)
The Lonnie Jolson Band (country music)
Hank Williams Tribute sung by his daughter, Jett Williams
David Frazzell, hit country music star
1:00 p.m. Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest, Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Browning & Sons, Inc.
.1:30 p.m. Frog Hop, Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Madison Veterinary Clinic and Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court
2:00 p.m. Children's Pedal Powered Tractor Pull, Range & Base Streets
Sponsored by Capital City Bank, TL Renfroe, Inc. and Big Bend Hospice
7:00 p.m. "I'll Be Seeing You" 1940s Musical Revue
Van H. Priest Auditorium, NFCC. Performed by NFCC Sentinel Singers,
Jazz Ensemble and community singers.
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Marley ...


voice kept breaking. On Monday, I e-mailed all of my col-
leagues at North Florida Community College and my friends
and former colleagues at Madison Central School and Madison
High School, as well as my fellow parishioners at Fellowship
Baptist Church. I also sent an e-mail to realtor, Jim Jean, who
had invited many families to buy land near our home on Satur-
day, March 25th.
Monday afternoon, my fellow colleague, Susan Taylor, one
of the coordinators for the Leon County Humane Society, made
up flyers. (You probably saw them all over the county). We put
an ad, complete with little Marley.'s photo, in the Madison
County Carrier and later hit the streets handing out hundreds of
flyers.
Throughout the week, Jessica, Susan, and mathematics in-
structor, Tony Delia, beat the pavement talking to people and
handing out flyers. On Wednesday night, the phone began to
ring. We heard reports that Marley was in Lee; he was seen near
Lake Frances, and he was observed walking up Martin Luther
King Drive. The one pound wonder had been reportedly sited at
various locations all over Madison County. Another call came
in. It was Mr. Jim Jean, the realtor, who said he had information
that Marley was in Virginia Beach, Virginia. At this point, with
the varying reports, we were frustrated and did not know what
to believe.
By Friday, after much heartache and crying a river of tears,
I was emotionally wrought and so weary that I dreaded the very


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thought of picking up the ringing phone, for all reports and all
leads, we had laboriously followed up, had come to nil. Yet,
the phone did ring again, and at 4:00 on Friday afternoon, we
heard again from Jim Jean. He said he had good news that
Marley was in the state of Maine and was in safe, loving hands.
We were overjoyed! Our prayers had been answered.!
The family, who had Marley, had seen him the day that
looked at land in our neighborhood. Since he had no collar, and
no home was in sight, they "rescued" the little lost dog. We
spoke with a family member in Virginia Beach, \irginia. who
offered us many apologies. Jennifer, one of the family members,
assured us that her uncle, who was in Maine, would bring Mar-
ley back, personally, to our home. They were not interested in
the-reward money. So, Tuesday afternoon, about 3:30, we were
reunited with Marley once more! Some of my colleagues at
NFCC helped me celebrate Marley's return with a Marley .par-
ty, complete with cake and gifts on Thursday.
Through this ordeal our hopes were renewed in the hon-
esty and goodness of people. Jim Jean was diligent in assisting
our efforts. He went beyond our expectations and offered to fly
three people up north, money for a rental car, and an extravagant
reward for the return of our family pet. We are still receiving'
calls that people have, or,, are seeing Marley. Yet, Marley was,
lost but now is found. That is a Dog Gone story! Thanks to all
who prayed, cared, and searched for our pet dog.
Rose Nixon


Wednesday, April 12, 2006



DRIP-FREE When washing your walls; with a sponge, use a
sports terrycloth wristband to keep the water from running down
your arms. Harry T.

SHINE ON Use fabric softener sheets to clean bathtub rings
and to shine faucets and other chrome fixtures. It really makes them
sparkle! Linda J.

CLEAN PHONE If your white telephone is getting a bit dull,
get it really white again by putting a bit of toothpaste on a moist
cloth. Use it to clean the phone. It works great. Anna M.

STAIN REMOVER Ketchup stains require glycerine and a
little soap and water. Act quickly, though, or the stain may set. Rita
W.

SCREENS An easy way to clean window screens is to put
them in the tub and use the portable shower head to spray them. The
dirt washes right down the drain. I do mine
like that all the time. Jenna D.

PET HAIR Cat hair problem on your clothes? Rub the area
with' a sheet of fabric softener. It will magnetically attract all the
looshb airs. Ciara F.

CONSUMER SAVVY -If your appliance is not working, try
-calling the manufacturer if they have a toll free number. Have the
model number ready and explain the problem. Sometimes, they'll
be able to iLel you Ihov. t I) 11. i o\ cr lte phone, saving you the cost
ofi' repair is-it. Ken L


Aaron's Shares Good Nature With Residents Of Perry


Aaron's Sales & Lease
Ownership has announced its
newest location in Perry,
Florida is open for business.
The spacious new store, locat-
ed at 1890 South Jefferson
Street in the Super Wal-Mart
shopping plaza, is fully
stocked with the best brand-
name merchandise for your
home and Aaron's associates
are ready to show the residents
of Taylor County why their
slogan is "Dreams Come True
at Aaron's!"
Aaron's stores offer cus-
tomers access to high quality
furniture, appliances, elec-
tronics and computers for sale
or as a lease-ownership
arrangement. Customers have
the option of buying their mer-,
chandise for an attractive cash
price, or opting .to lease their
merchandise for even greater
flexibility. With a lease op-
tion, customers make modest
monthly payments and have
the immediate use of the items
they need. There is no credit
required to bring home mer-
chandise from Aaron's, and
everyone is pre-approved, so
customers can get what they
need without waiting for cred-
it checks or other delays.
Plus, Aaron's will take care of
delivery, set-up, repairs and
more for the duration of a cus-
tomer's lease.
Aaron's makes it easy for
customers to fill their home
with the top brands in the in-
dustry. Shoppers will find
computers by Hewlett
Packard, computers and LCD
televisions by Dell, Home
Theater Systems by Bose, plus
countless high-quality home
electronic items from JVC,
RCA, Mitsubishi and more.
Aaron's stocks the. newest
look in home appliances, in-
cluding stainless refrigerators
and ranges from well-respect-
ed names like GE, Maytag,
Frigidaire and others.
What really makes
Aaron's a unique place to shop
is that in addition to carrying
high-quality products from
such great companies as
Lifestyle, Oak West, Ashley
and La-z-Boy, Aaron's also
carries a line of home furnish-
ings manufactured by Mac-
Tavish Furniture Industries.
MacTavish is a division of
Aaron's that has grown to be-
come one of the top uphol-
stery manufacturers in the
United States. Because
Aaron's actually makes some
of the furniture they sell, you
will find their sofas, chairs
and loveseats are not only
beautiful, but functional.
Each piece is based on a pop-
ular design but includes extra
hardwood, more coils and a
higher-grade foam that you'd
find at many other furniture
stores. MacTavish is known
for creating durable, beautiful


and comfortable furniture that
customers are proud to show
off in their homes. And,
thanks to MacTavish's exclu-
sive "Woodhaven Designer
Collection", Aaron's makes
furnishing an entire room as
easy as pointing your finger
toward the pre-arranged room
that best matches your person-
al sense of style. Aaron's de-
sign professionals do the work
and you get to enjoy a perfect-
ly coordinated room from the
seating group to a complete
and stylish set of tables and
even hand-painted designer


lamps to complete the look.
In addition, only Aaron's
offers customers an exclusive
line of "Dream Products".
Aaron's President Ken Butler
said, "Aaron's 'Dream Prod-
ucts' represent the best of the
best home-related merchan-
dise and won't be found at any
competing store for such a
flexible arrangement. At the
new Perry location, customers
will be able to lease the
newest large screen televi-
sions, the fastest computers
and the most luxurious leather
furniture. Even high-powered


414 -'OVER




1200 STORES

NATIONWIDE AND COUNTING


lawn tractors are available
through the 'Dream Product'
line up at Aaron's. We are
thrilled to be able to offer
products to our customers in
Northern Florida, 'and else-
where, at the guaranteed low-
est price."
Aaron's Divisional Sales
Manager Ronny Mason
added, "Aaron's has a histo-
ry of getting involved in the
communities where we do
business and we plan to do
good things for the resi-
dents of Perry, as we are
proud to have done for more


than 1,200 other towns
across the country. We are
especially excited to offer
Aaron's top-quality mer-,
chandise to the residents of
this beautiful area, widely
known as the 'Gateway to
Florida's Nature Coast'.
With some help from
Aaron's, our neighbors can
make the view inside their
home as spectacular as the
nature-filled views we have
outside our homes!"
Aaron's is open for
business Monday through
Thursday from 10-7, Friday


10-8 and Saturday 10-5.
But Aaron's stores are nev-
er, NEVER open on Sunday.
Aaron Rents, Inc.
(NYSE: RNT) is a leader in
the sale and lease ownership
of residential furniture, con-
sumer electronics and home
appliances, now with over
1,200 Company-operated
and franchised stores in 46
states, Canada and Puerto
Rico. The Company also
manufactures an exclusive
line of furniture, bedding
and accessories at 10 facili-
ties in four states.


Bentley Collection Sofa and Loveseat
Our designers have done all the work for youl Professionally designed and
exquisitely coordinated rooms to save you time and money!


No Credit Checks
LEASEB '-- ?!' Everyone is Pre-approved!
PLUS8 monthly Guaranteed Lowest Price
Pay it off in 24 months wih Aaron's You Own it in as Little as
Just add tax and Aaron's Service Plus 12 Months
7302JVK I Everyday Low Price $1199.99
Total Cost of Ownership S2375.74 Cost of Lease Servlces $175 90 a a e as Cash



1890 S. Jefferson St.

Perry, FL 32348

850-584-2222


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The Spirit Of Madison County


B

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Wednesday, April i
.I. -Inside:
i 2&3B Business Directory
Sports 4&5B Classifieds
Forestry 6B Legals


VPresenits


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296 E. Base St.

Madison, FL

850-973-2069


PES reading teacher, Gail Washington, looks over
one of the many new books with student, Ginger Oro,
pictured left to right. (Photo submitted)
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Grand

library
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
The students and parents
from the Pinetta Elementary
School (PES) came to see
what all the excitement was
about. It turned out to be the
brand new opening of the
school's library.
The Federal Library
Grant helped purchase new
books for the students.
The school is proud to
report that the library is now
fully automated with a com-
puter check-out system.
Also, there is a computer
system available for students
to efficiently locate books.
During the grand opening,
parents, and their children read
books together and took accel-
erated reader tests.
Altogether, it was a supe-
rior family event.


4 pks. of Select Beer
NaturalLight, Colt 45, Old Milwaukee
SOld English, Bull, Miller High Life


... per cartonl


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FWC Visits Pinetta Elementary School
Ue iin Covel '"T ti isde re a'ed ,..l ;Ai 'the students asked
'". G, Ir hcpP ^riii'"'.".... Then 'tlhe glt o' itCne'4~the. many questions and agreed
The State of Florida helicopter being landed and that the day was absolutely
Wildlife Conservation Com- taking off. fantastic.
pany traveled all the way from ,
Lake City to the Pinetta Ele-
mentary School to visit the
students from Pre K to fifth
grade.
Law enforcement pilot,
Joe Johnston, lectured the stu-
dents about his occupation and
went into depth about heli- -
copters.


Law enforcement pilot Joe Johnston visits with the
students from the Pinetta Elementary School. (Photo
submitted)

PES Holds Ag Literacy Day


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
On March 16, Dan
Buchanan from the Florida
Farm Bureau and Rachel
Kudelko from the 4-H Exten-
sion office, read two books to
students. The books were "Til
The Cows Come Home" and-
"Pig and Cow."
Volunteers, Lacy Hudson,
Ty Legget, grandson; and
great-grand daughter, Morgan
m m =mm 1r-sm a


Bennett, brought a horse, Jus-
tice, for the students to see
and pet. It was appropriate,
which tied in to the book
which was read, "Til The
Cows Come Home." Also,
Hudson brought items made
of real, genuine leather, such
as saddle, chaps, gloves, and a
hat.
The presented books were
from the Pinetta Elementary
School (PES) library.


Ty Leggett, Lacy Hudson, and Morgan Bennett,
pictured left to right, show off the horse, Justice, to ex-
cited students from PES. (Photo submitted)


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2B Madison County Carrier www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, April 12, 2006




SCHOOL





Madison County Central School





Releases Third Nine Weeks Honor Roll


6th Grade Principal's List
Morgan Ellison, Cameron
Frakes, Daryl Hall, Deondra
Lee, and Krystina Livingston.
6th Grade A Honor Roll
Michael Collins, Ashley
Duran, William Hagan, Felicia
Hudson, Eboni Perry, Jalisa
Reddick, and Tiffany Smith.
6th Grade B Honor Roll
Tiffany Alexander,
Tiffany Alexander, Tiffany
Alexander, Anton Anderson,
La'porsha Arnold, Alexa Beg-
gs, Jawonda Boynton, Steven
Bryant, Heath Carroll,
Johnathan Cooks, Kristina
Ferrell, Toby Fox, Willie
Gavin, Aaron Gibson, ,Bran-
don Granberg, Canissia Grif-






Havevoubeen llBuI[$ddw


fin, Rashad Guyton, Dylan
Hammock, Chelsea Hanners,
Donald Harrison, Lonna
Holmes, Jordan Hughes,
Xeryus Island, William John-
son, Thomas Kinsey, Ryan
Kornegay, Nathaniel
Lee, Gail Lopez, Ambdriah
Mccray, Justice Moore, Bro-
drick Pearson, Brandy
Plhczkowski, Taylor Pleasant,
Jeremiah Robinson,
Quaneshia Robinson, Makoya
Scott, Mykal Stafford, Mary
Terry, Judith Vega, James
Wallace, Thomas Weather-
spoon, Emory Webb, and La-
tre Wilson.
7th Grade Principal's List
Snowey Hagan, Hahira
Hernandez, Calaysia Jones,
Adelaide Krause, Abby Mer-
cer, Aaron Pitts, Shannon
Primm, Skyler Thompson, and
Courtney Williams.
7th Grade A Honor Roll
Amanda Bennett, Keisha
Billington, Albert Bivens, Eri-
ca Brown, Erica S. Brown,


Reiva Copeland, Giselle
Dennis, Hunter El-
liott, Victory Evans, Jessica
Fralix, Shontoria Graham,
Rashonta Hall, Jantz Jenk-
ins, Christina Joost, Kristen
Kennedy, Mercedes Lee-
Ferguson, Laterrian Mc-
daniel, Ramey Panaro, Eric-
ka Reaves, Kristina Snell,
Ashley Thompson, and Vic-
toria Wirick.
7th Grade B Honor Roll
Shakendra Arnold,
Katie Bochnia, Morgan
Borden, Sherrod Brinson,
Sherrod Brinson, Christy
Brown, Ashlie Cimiotta,
Brandone Colvin, Lachan-
dra Crumity, Emily Curl,
Shanice Cuthbertson,
Ralaysha Daniels, Bri-
anna Davis, Jalisa Davis,
Qarquasia Davis, Tavarus
Dennis, Terrance Dennis,
Telvasha Edwards, Austin
Elliott, Charles Evans,
Kamilla Ferguson, Monee-
sha Florence, Tara Flynn,
/


Jose Garcia, Alicia Gard-
ner, Laronda Gavin,Christo-
pher Gianino, Ladarus Gill-
yard, Emily Hagan, Joshua
Hart, Marquise Harts, Jayme
Herndon, Matthew Holder,
Ashley Hollingsworth, Can-
di Howard, Kayla Hutchin-
son, Kierra Jackson,
Latonya Jones, Dalton Keys,
Tyra Lovelace, Jonathan
Meister, Leo Miller, Antonio
Mitchell, Reatha Mitchell,
Patrick Moore, Christian
Munoz, Lashondra Neeley,
Cassandra Newstead, Jessica
Norwood, Brandon Pursley,
Ryan Quiros, Seth Richard-
son, Tiffany Richardson,
Jolynn Robinson, Shontaye
Robinson, Kayla Sadler,
Shakera Santiague, .Kelvin
Singletary, Candice Siplin,
Morgan Smith, Harvey
Spencer, James Thigpen,
Megan Thigpen, Rosa Vega,
Daymara Vizcaino, Damian
,Williams, Daniel Williams,
Shayne Williams, and Jen-


nifer Wolfe.
8th Grade Principal's List
Danielle Bentley, James
Bernard, Kierystan Jonhson,
Allison Mcghee, Ta'neja
Rodgers, Clay Sapp, Kayla
Sapp, Angelia Stafford,
Daniel Williams.
8th GradeA Honor Roll
Cody Belinski, Terrill
Blackshear, Kristin Finney,
Rebecca Garner, Adrian
Graham, Chante' Graham,
Kendall James, Thomas
Johnson, Shontea Lewis,
Tamara Mccall, Jakira
Moore, Matthew Robinson,
David Sanders, and Casey
Wiggins.
8th Grade B Honor Roll
Brittany Barclay,
T'keyah Barfield, Nikita
Bedard, Allison Behler,
Mercedes Bell, Shanieka
Bell, Victor Bellera, April
Bishop, Kamecia Davis,
Katherine Dedge, Olivia
Dickey, Amelia Dowdy,
Ashley Edwards, Katerri El-


lis, Maggie Ellison, Kimber-
ly Foust, Kenneth Gallon,
Terri Gee, Ja'vonte Gibson,
Donne Graham, Solomon
Griffin, Joseph Gudz, Justin
Hampton, Emily Hentges,
Amber Herndon, Christo-
pher Herring, Miracle John-
son, Desiree Jonas, Crystal
Kelly, Janice Kemp, Annette
Mcclamma, Wiile Mck-
night, Caleshia Mobley,
Caleesha Moore, Eric Mor-
ris, Nicole Oliver, Felicia
Patterson, Marvin Peacock,
Chad'tavia Pigford,
Chiquila Pleas, Brittany
Pride, Malcolm Robinson,
Katelyn Scarboro, Logan
Shelley, Justin Sirmon,
Nicholas Skipper,
De'mishia Straughter, Jessi-
ca Swift, Aisha Thompkins,
Mauri Tourangeau, Tiesha
Tucker, Brooke Turner, Eric
Vick, Joseph Walker, Can-
dace West, Jessica Williams,
Robby Williams, Fantavia
Wilson, and Myesha Wilson.


Students Earn An Exciting Reading Round-UP


Christi Minor's kindergarten class enjoyed the reading round-up. Front row: Zach Walker, Dylan Thigpen,
Jonathan McQuay, Brittney Townsend, Eric Rykard. Back row: Jasmine McDaniel, Alyssa Odom, Lala Martin,
Tavares Sanders, Joshua Moore, Sierra Powell, Dalton Brown, Stephanie Siplin, and Keyshawn Johnson. (Pho-
to submitted)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
The students at the
Pinetta Elementary School
were challenged by the
teachers and staff to meet
the Accelerated Reader


Point Goals for the student
grading period for the nine
weeks.
A large quanity of stu-
dents met the challenge and
were rewarded with an out-
standing day of reading


round-up.
Corky and Ben Brandies
provided the students with
horse rides and buggy rides.
There was trail mix and
root beer for the refresh-
ments throughout the day.
Volunteer, John Homza-
ck, pulled the train for stu-
dents to enjoy.
Randy Buchanan pro-
vided goats from his farm
that the students were able


to play with.
There was old western
games that were offered to
the students.
School board employee,
Phillip Hackle, taught the
students how to rope.
Throughout the day,
each student had their pic-
ture taken.
The fun filled event was
funded by the Madison
County grant (MCFEE).


Don't Throw Your Mortgage
into "Reverse."
Provided by Brad Bashaw, Edward Jones
If you're like many homeowners in this country. \Lou
probably saw your house appreciate in value quite a bit
over the past few years. That's the good news. The not-so-
good news is that, during this same time period., our sa, -
ings and net worth might have stagnated or fallen. \\hat
does this mean for you? It could mean that when you retire.
you do what a lot of current retirees are doing: using the
equity in their.homes to fund a largO portion of their retire-
ment. And that is not a good thing.
Before looking at how retirees are tapping into their
home equity, let's review a few statistics from a recent sur-
vey by the Federal Reserve. (The survey, released in earl\
2006, covers the years from 2001-2004.)
*The typical American household's net worth Iassets
minus debts) increased only slightly, from $91 I.7"U
to $93,100.
*The typical family's savings (including retire ment
accounts) fell from almost $30,000 to just $23 i0::i.
*The median value of homes rose from $131.000. to
$161,000, a 22 percent jump.

By looking at these numbers, you can easily) see the
problem that many retirees are facing: too few liquid
resources available to comfortably support themselves dur-
ing their retirement years. Consequently, an increasing
number of retirees are taking out "reverse mortgages." This
is a special kind of loan that enables borrowers to convert
their home equity into cash, either through a line of credit
or installment payments.
But if you ever decide to sell your home, you will have
to pay back what you borrowed on your reverse mortgage.
And if you were to die and leave the house to your chil-
dren, they would have to pay back the loan.
Clearly, these are potentially big drawbacks to taking
out a reverse mortgage. And that's why, if you have many
years to go until you retire, you'll want to give yourself
more options for boosting your retirement cash flow. Here
are two to consider:

*"Max out" on your IRA each year. Put in the max-
imum allowable contribution to your Roth or traditional
IRA each year. And fund your.IRA as early as possible
every year; the more time you have on your side, the
greater your growth potential.
*Increase your 401(k) contributions with every
raise. Each time you get an increase in salary, defer more
money in your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retire-
ment plan. As you enter retirement, you may be able to
boost your income by doing the following:
*Delay taking Social Security. You can begin collect-
ing Social Security at age 62, but your monthly checks will
be larger if you can wait until your full retirement age,
which can be anywhere from 65 to 67.
*Purchase an immediate annuity. An immediate
annuity works pretty much as its name suggests: You make
a lump-sum payment to an insurance company, and you
immediately start receiving an income stream, which can
last the rest of your life. Make sure you purchase an annu-
ity from a company that receives high ratings from one of
the independent rating agencies.

You work hard for much of your life to own your
home, so do whatever you can to keep it once you've
retired.

Brad Bashaw EdwardJones
Investment Representative
114 SW Range Avenue
P.O. Box 631
Madison, FL 32341 4
Bus 850-973-8334 Fax 877-516-2596 '
Hm 386-362-6204 Toll Free 866-973-8334
ww.edwardjones.com
Serving Individual Investors Since 1871


Pinetta Elemen-
tary School first
grader, Shardesha
Johnson, was all
smiles while riding
the horse that
Corky and Ben
Brandies provided.
(Photo submitted)


Ryan Hernandez and Katelyn Fongeallaz, pictured
left to right, pet Randy Buchanan's goat, Wendy. (Pho-
to submitted)


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SCHOOL






MCHS Releases Third Nine Weeks Honor Roll


9th Grade A Honor Roll
Cecilia Aikens, Brittany
Bezick, Taylor Bowen, Aman-
da Brown, Brittney Browning,
Kristin Campbell, Brittany
Collins, Bobbi Crafton, Logan
Davis, Randi Floyd, Caitlin
Griffin, Kendall Kornegay,
Lauren Maultsby, Kelsey Mc-.
Griff, Alexis Peterson, Christie
Riley, Teri Roessler, Evan
Schnitker, Travis Shepard,-
Laurie Smith, Alexis Sowell,
and Chelsea Stevens.
9th Grade B Honor
Bushra Akbar, Tyreek An-
derson, Quanta Barfield, Jason
Bilby, Ariel Blanton, Charles
Blanton, Shane Blodgett, Pre-
ston Brown, Briana Browning,
Jordan Carroll, Courtney Cote,
Elizabeth Cotrell, Terrance
Davis, Christopher Day, Day-
na Fields, Jesica Gallegos, Tal-
isa Gibson, Unique Gnann,
Jhamieka Greenwood, Jessica
Hall, Billy Hatten, Jacob Hent-
ges, Jennifer Hopkins, Karagan
Hunter, Camisha Johnson, Jor-
dan Johnson, Tia Johnson,
Kaleb Kalinowski, Ashley
Lamb, Christopher Lee, Jose
Lima, Laebony Livingston,
Ashley Malone, Jacobbi Mc-


Daniel, Jasmin McGee,
Stephen McHargue, Bradley
Miller, Brittany Miller, Roy
Miller, Chad Mitchell, Robyn
Morse, Jekara Neal, Kristen
O'Quinn, Amanda Price,
Jaquez Pryor, Trent Ragans,
Cierra Robinson, Samantha
Rutherford, Julie Shea, Jimmy
Smith, Jr., Jonathan Snell, Amy
Stalnaker, Colleen Sykes,
Markavya Thomas, Markeshia
Thomas, Christopher. Thomp-
son, Jameson Thompson,
Caitlin Tourangeau, Caleb
Tuten, Autumn Umphenour,
Alexis Walker, Jeanine Walker,
Michael Warren, Brittany
Watts, Keshanna Weather-
spoon, Cooper Welch, and
Adam Woods.
10th Grade A Honor Roll
Angenette Aikens, Tinicha
Blackshear, Shajuandrine
Bridges, Veronica Bruton, Re-
narda Cherry, Amber Cooper,
Thomas Davis, Karl Ehlers,
Justin Fralix, Lydia Hernandez,
Rebekah Hernandez, Joshua
Isom, Megan Jackson, James
Lee, David Maldonado,
Heather Olson, Andrew
Pinkard, Porshia Roberson,
Blake Sapp, Elisabeth Schaf-


fer, Britni Stalnaker, Jessica
Taylor, Krystal Umphenour,
Caroline Vickers, Magdanny
Vizcaino, and Sherell Wilson.
10th Grade B Honor Roll
Shanneika Akins, Tamela
Arnold, Amanda Barrs, Jessica
Billy, Logan Brennan, Isaiah
Brooks, Ashley Collis, Wanda
Cotrell, Brittany Davis, Joshua
Ellison, Crystal Ford, Sebast-
ian Harris, Hopson Harry, Ash-
ley Haynes, Courtney Higgin-
botham, Marcus Holbrook,
Caleb Holden, Shontavia Hug-
gins, Cody Irvine, Rashauntah
Jackson, Brittany Keller, Eric
Langner, Ty Leggett, Monica
Lookabill, Delaina McQuay,
Corey Moore, Brian Morris,
Andrew Norris, Sean Oliver,
Andrew Price, Jerome Rober-
son, Allyce Rutherford, Ashley
Rutherford, Daniel Sanders,
Kelsey Solomon, Dante
Thomas, Amanda Vann, Cedric
Vaughn, Amber Vickers, Ki-
neshia Walters, Amon Webb,
December Webb, and Shannon
Wirick.
11th Grade A Honor Roll
Ingrid Bellera, Kristy
Blalock, Matthew Cline,
Jehrad Crews, Colin Edwards,


Robbie Griffin, Magenta Hall,
Thomas Humphrey, Richard
Lancaster, Angelica Love, Jes-
sica Pickles, Jemema Rajan,
Tara Richardson, Debbi
Roessler,. Alexandria Smith,
Sarah Spindell, Paul Webb, and
Paige Wetmore.
11th Grade B Honor Roll
Norbeth Agner, Jessica
Alexander, Casey Arnold,
Melissa Bass, Chantell Bell,
Heather Bell, Ezell Brinson,
Henry Brinson, Lateska
Brown, Rhonda Bruton,
Kendra Burnett, Bridget Cher-
ry, Christopher Douglas, Bran-
don Floyd, Lashay Fudge,
Marcus Fudge, Latasha
Givens, Staci Glee;,Adam
Gudz, Samantha Hall, De'An-
na Haynes, Cutler Littleton,
Michael Livingston, Antonio
McCullough, Shontrece McIn-
tyre, Shaqondria McQuay, Jes-
sica Meister, James Mobley,
Melvin Morris, Howard Pick-
els, Anesia Redding, Zachariah
Roberts, Kristen Rutherford,
Talecia Solomon, Colt Thomp-
son, Gregory Thompson, Jor-
dan Tippette. Alison Tolar,
Sasha Turner, Kehli Tuten, Gi-
anna Washington, Lashea


Weatherspoon, Jacob Whitak-
er, Megan Willard, Brittany
Williams, Laquinta Williams,
and Annie Young.
12th Grade A Honor Roll
Leonardo Bellera,
Christina Bonner, Joseph
Brpoks, Christopher Bruton,
Lenora Bryant, Savannah
Burns, Andeirdre Choice,
Ryan Crosby, Tiffany Floyd,
Shamara Gibson, Candice
Hammond, Lorenzo Hick-
man, Summer Hicks, Tiffany
Higginbotham, Zachary Iott,
John James, Dramenia Jonas,
Jessica King, Morgan Kuyk-
endall, Danielle Leslein,
Jamie Michalowski, Ashley
Mitchell, Tamaiko Morris,
Julius Niehoff, Micah Nus-
bickel, Katie Piotrowski,
Kimberly Poyer, Michael
Quackenbush, Shannon Ra-
gans, Christa Reese, Clinton
Riley, Phillip Robinson,
Amanda Rodriguez, Kathryn
Rubio, Katherine Sanders,
Kristof Schacht, Brandi
Schaefer, Brandi Seabrooks,
Christy Sever, Jillian
Sheffield, Tanyata Smith,
Mareike Thoben, Justin Wes-
son, and Thomas Williamson.


12th Grade B Honor Roll
April Alexander, Michael
Ballenger, Diamond Boat-
man, Ryan Brennan, Kristen
Brown, Alexis Choice,
Michele Choice, Komesha
Delaughter, Tanisha Dennis,
Bethanie Dietrich, Erica Ed-
wards, Esaias Edwards,
Shalonda Gaines, Desmond
Gee, Sarah Green, Alina Han-
kins, Rayeisha Haynes, Jessi-
ca Higginbotham, Cody Hold-
en, Travis Humphrey,' Ben-
jamin Hunter, Joseph Irvine,
Jesse Jackson, Cameron John-
son, Crystal Johnson, Rodri-
cus Jonas, Eve Langell, Lek-
endrick Lee, Whitney Lee,
Ashley McQuay, Jackie
Miller, Freddie Morris,
Joshua O'Donnell, Rick
Pinkard, Phillip Register, Jas-
min Richardson, Jimil
Richardson, Devan Robinson,
Takeria Rodgers, Samantha
Sager, Kristin Sirmon,
Samantha Smith, Travis
Sparks, Garry Stephens, Lisa
Straws, Bryant Thigpen,
Shantrelle Turner, Matesha
Verdell, Ondrej Vilimovsky,
Tekindra West, Rose. Wet-
more, and Sydney Williams.


Pinetta Elementary School's Enrichment Class Performs At PTO Meeting
By Jessalyn Covell the Reader's Theatre for a '
Greene Publishing Inc. class project. The students
Cheri Williams and Gail performed a Frog Prince I r1
Washington's first grade stu- Folk Tale at the Parents .
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Babe Ruth Hosts Opening Day Of Baseball And Softball


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The opening day of the Babe Ruth Baseball and Softball League was held Saturday, April 8,
beginning at 9 a.m.
Local dignitaries were on hand to throw out opening pitches to youngsters. Following this, a
cake auction was held.
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Young Alumnus Hits Hole-In-One At Madison Tournament


By Lisa Flournoy
When 14-year-old novice
golfer Dylan Barrs teed-off on
his team's last hole of the day
at Madison Country Club
(MCC), he never expected to
hit a hole-in-one and walk
away with the grand prize. But,
that's exactly what happened at
Madison Academy's very first
golf tournament held on April 1
to benefit the independent
school of 175 students.
Barrs, a 2005 'Madison
Academy alumnus, who is now
a freshman on the Madison
County High School golf team,
won an Amelia Island vacation
prize package for two, valued
at $1,500. It includes a two-
day, three-night stay at the
Summer Beach Resort and two
rounds of golf at the Ritz Carl-
ton Golf Club. This was Barrs'
first hole-in-one since he began
playing golf less than one year
ago.
Approximately 50 golfers,
including many Madison
Academy alumni and a gentle-
man from New York visiting


Madison, played in the tourna-
ment. They were treated to a
continental breakfast by the
Parents' and Teachers' (PAT)
Club, before teeing off at 9:00
a.m. and received complimen-
tary gift bags, filled with good-
ies and royal blue tournament
t-shirts, which were donated by
local businesses. The last team
finished the tournament around
1:30 p.m. and joined the other
players for an awards luncheon
in the clubhouse.
The top three winning
team scores were very close,
ranging from 53.7 54.2. First
place team winners received
$100 each: John Barrs, Dylan
Barrs, Trent Ragans and Mike
Ragans. Second place team
winners received $75 each:
Bailey Browning, Clay
Schnitker, Evan Schnitker and
John Day. Third place team
winners each received $50 gift
certificates to the MCC pro-
shop: Brian Bibb, Jarrod Sulli-
van, Jim Flounoy and John
Dickert.
Other tournament contest


winners included: Terri Rykard
for ladies' longest drive, Dylan
Barrs -for men's longest drive,
Clay Schnitker for. closest to
the pin- and Brian Bibb for
longest putt. They each re-
ceived a golf umbrella or cool-
er. Drawings for 11 door prizes
sent even more players away
with golf gifts; Tommy Hen-
derson was the recipient of the
Callaway golf bag drawing.
Altogether, nearly $3,000
was raised for Madison Acade-
my through $50 golf entry fees
and generous in-kind donations
and gifts from supporters of the
school. All proceeds from the
tournament go directly to bene-
fit the students and programs at
Madison Academy, a fully ac-
credited member of the Florida
Council of Independent
Schools.
Madison Academy plans
to host another tournament
next year.
For more information on
Madison Academy, call 850-
973-2529. All donations to the
school are tax deductible.


First place team winners of the Madison Academy Golf Tournament include two
young alumni, from left, John Barrs (spouse of assistant head of Madison Acade-
my, Janna Barrs), Mike Ragans, Trent Ragans and, kneeling, Dylan Barrs. (Photo
courtesy of Janna Barrs, April 1, 2006)


Second place team winners of the Madison Academy Golf Tournament, from
left. Bailey Browning, with law partner Clay Schnitker, Evan Schnitker, and John
Day. (Photo courtesy of Janna Barrs, April 1,2006)


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Third place team winners of the Madison Academy Golf Tournament, from left
to right: Brian Bibb, Jarrod Sullivan, and Jim Flournoy, celebrate their win with
Flournoy's father-in-law, John Dickert, of Perry. (Photo courtesy of Janna Barrs,
April 1, 2006)


Hole-in-one winner, Dylan Barrs, age 14, retrieves
his ball from hole #17. (Photo courtesy of Janna
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FORESTRY


Wednesday, April 12, 2000


Bronson Challenges Floridians To



Learn About Fire Weather Conditions


Florida Agriculture and
,Consumer Services Commis-
'iinc r Charles H. Bronson re-
cbntly announced that his De-
p'artment's Division of
Forestr, (DOF) will embark
ion a Fire Weather Education
:Campaign during Wildfire
A\ ar;I1-tei. Week, 'April 9-15,
S2006. The Department is
working with television sta-
tions, online newspapers and
radio stations around the state
to get information out to the
public.
At the heart of the cam-
paign will be a contest where-
TV, online newspaper viewers
and radio listeners are eligible
to win a Fire Danger Weather
Kit. Participants become eli-
gible to win by correctly an-
swering questions provided
by the DOF each day to mete-


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"Weather is too frequent-
ly overlooked when we talk
about wildfires and fire dan-
ger," Bronson said. "Factors
such as wind speed and rela-
tive humidity often make the
difference between a wildfire
that can be easily controlled
and a wildfire disaster."
Fire Weather Danger Kits
contain thermometers, rain
gauges and other instruments
that can help families under-
stand how changes in Florida
weather can increase wildfire
danger.
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wildfires each year, and otlh-
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through June. Wildfire
Awareness Week comes at a
time when the number and
size of wildfires are usually
on the rise, a direct result of
Florida's dry spring weather.
Currently, conditions across
Florida make the state very
susceptible to wildfires, with
many regions having had n
significant rainfall for weeks.
"I hope that all of our cit-
izens will participate in our
Fire Weather Education Cam-
paign on their local TV weath-
er program, online newspaper
or radio station," said Bron-
son. "Given the situation
across the state, it is a critical
time for people to educate
themselves about wildfire
dangers."
Added Governor Jeb
Bush: "We need to instill a
'culture of preparedness' in
Florida to ready residents for
any emergency, from-natural
events to man-made. Provid-
ing clear and consistent direc-
tion to citizens before, during
and following an emergency
is key to disaster preparedness
and an effective response."
Since January 1, 2006,
1,537 wildfires have burned
20,798 acres in Florida. One-
hundred twenty-two struc-
tures burned, 41were dam-
aged as a result of the wild-
fires, and 2,132 structures
were saved. Most of these
fires were caused by human
carelessness. Many residents
ha\e vi\id memories of the
'ied"'itilo W Lr'ei .&'.Isoil ot
1998, when dry conditions
caused by a lack of rainfall
resulted in 4,900 wildfires
that burned ,over 506,000
acres and destroyed 330
structures.
Bronson said he hopes
that the education campaign
will provide a better under-
standing about wildfire con-
ditions to residents so that a
recurrence of the 1998 wild-
fire season can be prevented.
To view a 30-second tele-
vision public service an-
nouncement about Florida's
wildfire season, visit
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A message from the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


gram Consultant for the Florida Forestry Association.
Madison County Businessman

Named Master Logger


Scott Berry, of Berry Tim-
ber, Inc., has completed a
three-day education program
designed to train timber har-
vesters in environmentally
sound, safe and efficient log-
ging practices. Completion of
this training earned Berry the
industry designation of Master
Logger: .a professional logger
with at least one successful
year of operating experience.
Berry returns to the Madi-
son County area with improved
credentials to offer logging and
forestry services in this grow-
ing segment of the local and
state economy. In 2003,
forestry contributed $244.2
million to the Madison County


Forestry Has

Not Shut

Down Burning

Statewide
The Florida Division of
Forestry has NOT taken steps
to cut off authorized agricultur-
al, silvicultural or land clearing
pile burning statewide, as has
been recently reported. These
decisions to not issue burn au-
thorizations are made at the lo-
cal forestry district level by the
District Manager or Officer in
Charge. Decisions to not issue
authorizations are made on a
day-to-day basis depending on
the current and predicted
weather conditions for that day.
A given forestry district may
choose to shut down authoriza-
tions in their district, according
to the weather conditions they
are experiencing, however, this
decision may not affect the rest
of the state. Because Florida
has weather conditions that
may vastly differ from the pan-
handle to the keys, these deci-
sions to issue or not, are made
at the local level according to
local conditions.
Decisions on. yard debris
burning, which does not re-
quire an authorization by the
Division of Forestry, are made
*at the county level with input
from the State Division of
Forestry. These restrictions
again, are placed based on lo-
cal conditions in a given area.
As conditions continue to dry
out in north Florida the deci-
sion to allow private yard de-
bris burning and authorized
burning will be reevaluated.
The Division of Forestry -
Perry District, includes Madi-
son, Taylor, Lafayette and
Dixie Counties.

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FORESTRY


economy. Approximately
2,493 employees work directly
in the county's forest industry,
which generates a $72.7 mil-
lion payroll. Forest products
and paper companies within
the state collectively generate
$16.6 billion in manufactured
products and create over
133,000 jobs in local commu-
nities.
Berry traveled to Lake
City, where he participated in
sessions with 39 other loggers.
The classes covered technolog-
ical innovations in the logging
industry, environmental man-
agement, the changing wood
supply and demands for more
sophisticated business prac-


tices. Lectures included topics
on timber security, endangered
species, planning for forest har-
vests, business finance, wage
management, logging safety,
legal affairs and the latest in
environmental regulations.
To date, more than 560
loggers have completed the
training and earned the title of
Master Logger.
Forests cover over 16 mil-
lion acres in Florida-nearly
48% of the state's total land
area. The Master Logger pro-
gram is sponsored by the Flori-
da Forestry Association and the
Florida Sustainable Forestry
Initiative State Implementation
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SLiquidation of Robert and
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Sbeet Music, Dishes, Corning
ware, Pots, Pans, Table Linens,
Bells, Garage Contents, Clothes
Mbns Sz 46 & Shoes Sz 12, Ladies
Szi 14 & Shoes Sz 7, Hobnail,
W dgewood, Fenton, Fostoria, RS
Prissia, Lamps, Mink Stole, Jewel-
ry,.Hats, Franklin Mint items, Old
Photos, Yamaha Piano, Flatware,
Stemware, Knick-Knacks, Bric-a-
Brac, Entire Household Everything
Must Go, Rain or Shine, 6 miles N.
of Monticello, follow signs. No
Early Sales. Lynette C. Sirmon
933-6363


2003 Keystone-Springdale Model
244RL, 25 ft. 5th wheel w/slideout,
less than four thousand miles, al-
ways stored inside. Call 850-971-
0057




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Live Oak
Huge Selection Swords knives -
Airsoft Body Jewelry Crystals -
Antique & Vintage Books Col-
lector Cards & Comics and
Much more. 386-269-4191

Moving?
251bs. of Clean
Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
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We want a "Total Gym" like the
one advertised by Chuck Norris.
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LAND WANTED
400 to 600 acres of land
in the vicinity of Madi-
son. Phone Tommy
850-973-4141


Wanted
Someone to teach a father and
son to play the guitar.
850-973-6131

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Price not important.
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A reasonable price.
Call 1-800-355-9385

Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity

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HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.


SG(reenville Pointe

\- Apartments D

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity


319l Totlall Acres





Plantation Quality Pine Forest, Cultivated Land,
Ponds and Homesites

Property #1 169 ac
Property #2 73 ac
Property #3 52+ ac
Property #4 25+ ac

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Terms: 10% buyers premium on all sales. 20% down day of auction, balance due in 30
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USE YOUR LAND AS A
DOWN PAYMENT TO
PURCHASE A
MANUFACTURED HOME.
386-752-7751


Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Comer lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant, and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.

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850-973-4141





TO GET PRE-APPROVED
FOR A MANUFACTURED
HOME. CALL 386-752-7751

Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326
192 ACRES OF PRIME
HUNTING PROPERTY
(Madison County)
Four Star Hunt Camp, Virgin
Timber, 8 Cabins, Huge Cook-
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shop w/3 Bays, Tractor, Four
Wheeler, Completely Furnished,
HVAC, I/M, \V.,hcr. Dryer,
Satellite TV, ,No Expense
Spared. For sale by owner
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CASH $$ Paid for land,
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Manufactured Homes
With as little as $500 down.
386-752-7751




Corporate Graphics
(formerly Relief Printing)
Is expanding and now hiring
for a 2nd shift, Press dept.
Hours will be 2:45 11:30PM. Ex-
perienced or will train.
Pay to commensurate with experi-
ence. Full benefits Health, Den-
tal, Vision, 401K and paid time off
benefits. Please call or fax resume
to HR- Cathy Cherry
800-841-9845 T 850-973-1377 F
RN/LPN 3-11 Shift, Full Time
Pine Lake Nursing Home,
Greenville, FL. Apply in person
or contact DON at
(850) 948-4601

WANTED: EXPERIENCED
TREE FOREMEN AND
TRIMMERS.
CALL 850-519-2871


850-971-5669

Salesperson
Needed at
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Does a fast-pace career with
a growing newspaper group
spark your interest? Do you
enjoy customer contact both
in person and over the
phone? Then it's a safe bet
you will enjoy this job. We're
fun, we're busy and work
best under pressure. If that
sounds like you, please. fax
your resume to Emerald:
850-973-4121 or apply in
person at the office on Hwy
53 South.
If your not sure how an
alarm clock works or aver-
age more than three dramatic
incidents per week in your
life, or simply only work be-
cause you're bored, then
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY.

Apalachee Center

A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking the following po-
sition located in Madison Florida;


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#1182
A Master's Degree with a major in
psychology, social work, counsel-
ing or a related human services
field and three year of related pro-
fessional experience, Florida li-
censed, clinical social worker or
mental health counselor preferred.
Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri-
day.

For more information and a com-
plete listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check.
An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer.
Drug Free Workplace
MDS/PPS Coordinator Must be
RN with MDS experience pre-
ferred. Full Time with Bene-
fits/401-K. Please call Amelia
Tompkins, Brenda Lacy or Angela
Akins at 386-362-7860 or apply in
person at Suwannee Health Care
Center, 1620 E. Helvenston St.
Live Oak, FL 32064.
EOE/D/V/M/F
$$ AVON $$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
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Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy- 973-3153

House Keeper Needed-
850-973-2504

The Madison County Solid
Waste/Recycling Department is
accepting applications for two (2)
Part-Time Collection Center Atten-
dants. Major responsibilities will
include the opening and closing of
the collection center; assisting res-
idents with proper disposal and re-
cycling techniques, as well aas the
distribution of educational material.
Attendant must maintain center
grounds in a neat and orderly fash-
ion. Applicants must have the abili-
ty to establish and maintain a posi-
tive working relationship with resi-
dents who use the Drop-Off Center.
Employee must report any prob-
lems and concerns to the office of
the Solid Waste Coordinator. Other
related duties may be required and
assigned by the Administrative
Staff. A 25-30 work week is re-
quired with flexible hours a must,
to cover week ends and holiday
time schedules.. Salary starts at
$6.73 per hour. The positions will
remain open until positions are
filled. For additional information
contact the Solid Waste Office at
850-973-2611. A completed Madi-
son County Employment Applica-
tion is required. Madison County is
an equal opportunity employer and
a Drug Free Workplace. All appli-
cations must be submitted to the
following address by Monday,
April 17, 2006 at 5:00 p.m.

Madison County Board of Com-
missioners
Att: Joe Miranti
Courthouse Annex, Room 219
112 E. Pinckney St.
P.O. Box 539
Madison, Fl. 32341
850-973-3179
P/T Route Driver
SLight lifting. For the Live Oak,
Madison and Monticello area.
800-500-6763


NORTH FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE.


LOCATION:
MADISON, FLORIDA

Full time faculty appointment be-
ginning August, 2006. The success-
ful candidate will teach History
courses through the sophomore-
level. These include American His-
tory, History of Western Civiliza-
tion, Race and Ethnicity, African
American History and World Histo-
ry. Qualifications: A master's de-
gree (from accredited institution)
with a minimum of 18 graduate se-
mester hours in History. Commu-
nity college teaching experience is
preferred. In addition to teaching
duties, position will include: estab-
lished office hours; serving on Col-
lege committees; professional de-
velopment; participating in Depart-
ment and College activities. Some
classes taught may be night and/or
dual enrollment courses on NFCC
campus and/or at satellite campus-
es.

Send applications to: Director HR,.
North Florida Community College,
325 NW Turner Davis Drive, Madi-
son, Florida 32340. Only complete
application packets will be consid-
ered. Complete application packet
requires letter; resume and applica-
tion; copy of Transcripts (unofficial.
okay). Application is available on
website at www.nfcc.edu. Ques-
tions: Call Mrs. Enid Kozlowski
(850-973-1636) or email to ko-
zlowskie@nfcc.edu.

Application packet must be re-
ceived by April 18, 2006. EOE


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Need a helping hand?
Gardening, housekeeping, rental
cleanup or any odd jobs done foi
reasonable prices in Madison area.
Call 850-508-2164.



Tractor Work
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mowing, Discing, tilling and box
blading. Call 973-6326.
In need of a
a Handyman?
If you are elderly or need a man to
work around your home or yards,
please call me to work for you.
I'm reasonable, honest and pride
myself on doing a good job for
you. I also give Seniors a discount.
Located in Madison area.
Please call 850-973-6991
before 9pm.


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*Abundant Game Quail, Deer & Tuikey
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* Aircraft Hangar
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Landing Strip (# 20 FD)
' Fenced & Crossfenced
SLarge Well Stocked Duck Pond
* 4" Well
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* 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 4000+/- Sq. Ft.
Kitchen With Built-ins
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* John Deere 18' Ft. 235 Disc Harrow with
Detached Wings
* New Holland Hay Rake, Model #256
' Case 580E Backhoe
* Claas Round Hay Baler
* JCB 4 x 4 Loader with Telescoping Fork
- Gravity Row Grain Wagons
SGravity Row Grain Wagon with Metal Top
'12 Ft. Utility Trailer
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PROBATE CITATION INDEX NO. 95072/2006
STATE OF NEW YORK
SURROGATES=S COURT: COUNTY OF DUTCHESS
PROBATE CITATION


THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,
.By the Grace Of God Free and Independent

'TO: The heirs of Wayne R. Tillotson, deceased, if living on December 16,
2005, the date of the decedent=s death, or if they died after that date, then to their ex-
ecutors, administrators, heirs, distributes, and all persons interested in their estates,
their names and addresses, if any being unknown to petitioner being, distributes of
Wayne R. Tillotson.
A petition having been duly filed by Sylvia L. Bailey who is domiciled at 138
Tompkins Terrace, Beacon, New York 12508.
YOU ARE'HEREBY CITED TO SHOW CAUSE before the Surrogate's
Court, Dutchess County, 22 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, New York on May 18, 2006,
at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why a decree should not be made in the estate
of Wayne R. Tillotson, lately domiciled at the 138 Tompkins Terrace, Beacon, New York
12508, USA, admitting to probate a Will dated December 6, 2005, as the Will of Wayne
R. Tillotson deceased, relating to real and personal property, and directing that Letters
Testamentary be issued to Sylvia L. Bailey.


Dated, Attested and Sealed,
March 28, 2006


John M. Coulter
Attorney for Petitioner
42 Catherine Street
P.O. Box R
Poughkeepsie, New York 12602
(845) 454-9400


Hon James D. Pagones
Surrogate
s/John J. Atherton
John J. Atherton
Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court
County of Dutchess


(Note: This citation is served upon you as required by law. You are not required to ap-
pear. If you fail to appear it will be assumed you do not object to the relief requested.
You have a right to have an attorney appear for you.)

4/5. 4/12. 4/19. 4/26

CALL FOR BIDS

Made by Peter R. Brown Construction, Inc. (CG-C036285), the Construction Manager
for the North Florida Community College Technical Center Remodeling, Madison, FL.

Bid Packages

6A Casework
6B General Trades
8A Door & Hardware
9A Flooring
9B Framing and Drywall
9C Painting
9D Acoustical Ceilings
10A Aluminum Caqopies
15A HVAC
16A Electrical

QUALIFICATION: All Bidders must be qualified at the time of bid opening in accor-
dance with the bid package. Sealed bids will be received on: April 26, 2006, at 2:00p.m.,
at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud.

PROPOSAL: Bids must be submitted in full and in accordance with the requirements of
the drawings and Project Manual, and Bid Packages which may be obtained or examined
at the office of the Construction Manager at 1424 Piedmont Drive East, Tallahassee, FL
32308. (850) 668-4498.

MINORITY PROGRAM: Bidders are encouraged to utilize Minority Business Enter-
prises certified by the Minority Business Advocacy and Assistance Office, Department of
Labor and Employment Security. Consideration will be given to the percentage of par-
ticipation, as described in the Bid Package, in the award of the contract.

PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES: As required by Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, a con-
tractor may not submit a bid for this project if it is on the convicted vendor list for a pub-
lic entity crime committed within the past 36 months. The successful contractor must
warrant that it will neither utilize the services of, nor contract with, any supplier, sub-
contractor, or consultant in excess of $15,000.00 in connection with this project for a pe-
riod of 36 months from the date of placement on the convicted vendor list

4/5. 4/12.4/19


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District Board of Trustees of North Florida
Community College will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at 5:30
p.m. in the NFCC Student Center Lakeside Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr.,
Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may be obtained by writing: NFCC, Office of the
President, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For disability-related accom-
modations, contact the NFCC Office of College Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is an
equal access/equal opportunity employer.

4/12



On 04/25/2006, 10:00am at Madison Towing & Madison Metals, Hwy 14 South, MADI-
SON, FL 32340, the following vehicle will be auctioned for unpaid storage and towing
charges, in pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Madison Towing &
Madison Metals reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
YEAR: 1984
MAKE: FRUEHAUF
ID NUMBER: 1H4P04225EF066616

4/12


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

CITICORP TRUST BANK, FSB, F/K/A TRAVELERS BANK &
TRUST, FSB,
Plaintiff,

vs. CASE NO. 2003-32 CA

YOLANDA L. ROBINSON; JOHN DOE ROBINSON,
THE UNKNOWN HUSBAND OF YOLANDA L. ROBIN-
SON; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS; JOHN DOE,
UNKNOWN TENANT; JANE DOE, UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment of Fore-
closure entered in the above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Madison County, Flori-
da, I will sell the property situate in Madison County, Florida, described as:
LOT 7, BLOCK B, HILLTOP ACRES, A SUBDIVISION AS
PER PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE H, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 1241 JEANETTE CIRCLE, MADISON, FLORIDA
32340.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the west front doorsteps of the
Madison County Courthouse, 101 South Range Street, Madison, Florida 32340, at 11:00
A.M., on the 19th day of April, 2006.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff

4/5. 4/12


Madison County Carrier 9B3


IN THE COUNTY COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL COURT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2003-210-CC
DIVISION:

FLORIDA D. SMITH, individually,

Plaintiff,

vs. .

SHARON VICKI TAYLOR, and

Defendant,

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Default Final Judgement of Foreclo-
sure entered in this cause, the undersigned Clerk will sell the following property in Madi-
son County, Florida:


Lot Number 4, Block B, Meadow Run Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 13,
of the official records of Madison County, Florida containing .34 acres, more or less. at
public sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the Madison County Courthouse, in Madi-
son, Florida. The sale will be on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006, between the hours of 11:00
a.m. and 2: p.m.
TIM SAUNDERS
Clerk of Court

s/ Peggy Newman
By: Peggy Newman
Deputy Clerk

4/12. 4/19


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Trades: Pipe Fitters, Structural Fit-
ters, Structural Welders. Work in
FL, AL Over Time + Per Diem UP
TO $23./hour. Toll-Free: (800)371-
7504 Phone: (251)433-1270 Fax:
(251)433-0018.

Hunting
HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Buffalo,
Whitetail, Boar. Season August 25,
2006-March 31, 2007. Boar all
Year. Guaranteed license, $5.00,
we have a no-game-no-pay policy,
bbok now. Days (314)209-9800;
Evenings (314)293-0610.

Legal Services
DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one signature
required! *Excludes govt. fees!
Call weekdays (800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established 1977.

Miscellaneous
EARN DEGREE online from
home. *Medical, *Business, *Para-
legal, *Computers *Criminal Jus-
tice. Job Placement. Computer pro-
vided. Financial aid if qualify.
(866)858-2121 www.onlinetidewa-
,tertech.com.

Real Estate
MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA
AAH COOL SUMMERS MILD
WINTERS Affordable Homes &
Mountain Cabins Land CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE (877)837-
2288 EXIT REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES www.exit-
murphy.com.


North Carolina Gated Lakefront
Community 1.5 acres plus, 90
miles of shoreline. Never before of-
fered with 20% pre-development
discounts, 90% financing. Call


i X( t 709- 52'53.

BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
OLINA. ESCAPE TO BEAUTI-
FUL WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS. FREE COLOR
BROCHURE & INFORMATION.
MOUNTAIN PROPERTIES
WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS
HOMES, CABINS, CREEKS &
INVESTMENT ACREAGE.
Cherokee Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate. www.cherokeemoun-
tainrealty.com (800)841-5868.


NC Mountain Property for Less!
Breathtaking Blue Ridge Parkway,
New River, Stone Mountain, Golf
Courses and quaint shops of Sparta.
www.scenicrealty.com (877)372-
7211 or (877)363-5550.

"Location, Location, Location"
Time to Buy. INVESTORS &
BUILDERS, Great Buildable Lots
For Sale in one of Florida's Fastest
Growing Areas Fort Myers.
(888)558-0032.

BEAUTIFUL TEXAS LAND! 20
Acres. Only 8 Miles East of Pecos
and 3 Miles North of 1-20. Roads,
References, Surveyed. $13,500.
$500. Down-$135. Per Month. No
Credit Check! (800)887-3006 Hur-
ry! Limited Quantity.

LAKEFRONT LOG HOME,
$99,900. New 2000 Sq.Ft. Log
Home on Lake Cumberland, KY.
Jamestown/Russell Springs Area.
1st Time Available April 22nd!
(800)770-9311, Ext.55.

200 Acres Prime Hunting Land
SE GA. 2000 sqft home majestic
oaks lake, duck pond, 6yr game
mgm, turkey deer 18yr planted pine
& hardwood $985,000 Family
Owned 35 yr. (904)321-2679.

MOVE TO TENNESSEE! Look-
ing for Lake Lots, Lake Homes,
Land, Farms, Investment properties
or Marinas? We have it all. EXEC-
UTIVE CHOICE REAL ESTATE
in Tennessee (865)717-7775 CALL
US FOR RELOCATION PACK-
AGES OR visit our website:
WWW.EXECUTIVECHOICE-
REALESTATE.COM

WESTERN NORTH CAROLI-
NA 14.3 beautiful acres long-range
views of mountains. Wooded, flat
ridge, between Murphy and An-


drev. Small double- %%ide
$275,000. (800)632-2212
http://valleytownrealty.com.

LOOKING TO OWN LAND? In-
vest in rural acreage throughout
America; coastal, mountain, water-
front properties. 20 to 200 acres.
FREE, monthly Special Land Re-
ports: www.land-wanted.com/sw.

LAKEFRONT PROPERTY IN
TN Waterfront, view & estate
homesites. 1 to 40 acres from the
$40s. Situated around a 45,000 acre
lake. Just 90 min to Nashville. New
building sites just released. Call
owner (866)339-4966.

NC- ASHEVILLE AREA
HOMESITES Gated community
with stunning mountain views. Sit-
uated between 2 mountains on over
'4 miles of riverfront. 1 to 8 acres
from the $60s. Custom owners'
lodge, riverwalk & more. Call
(866)292-5762.

NC MOUNTAINS 3 acres on
mountain top in. gated community,
view, trees, waterfall & large public
lake nearby, paved private access,
$58,500 owner (866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.


TN LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE situated around a
36,000 acre lake in eastern TN. 1/2
to 5 acre building sites from the
$40s. Planned community ameni-
ties & direct lake access. Owner:
(866)292-5769.

Lakefront and Lakeview Proper-
ties Nestled in the hills of Ten-
nessee on the shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call Lakeside Realty
at (423)626-5820 Or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.

FT. MYERS 1, 2, & 3 bedroom
luxury condos from the low
$100s!!!! CALL Allyn Watermann
NOW for more info (888)521-3790
http://www.venetian-palms.com/ or
www.paramountcompanies.com.

New, Pre-Construction Golf Com-
munity-Coastal Georgia. Large lots
w/ deepwater, marsh, golf, nature
views. Gated, Golf, Fitness Center,
Tennis, Trails, Oak Park, Docks.
$70k's-$300k. (877)266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.com.

ORLANDO 1, 2, & 3 bedroom


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lu .uI, .condos. froni the lo : i
$100s!!!!! CALL Rob Sneddon ,l
NOW for more info (888)295-0797
www.regencyparklakemary.com/
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Waterfront Land Sale! 3 Acreri
Dockable Waterfront Propertlyn
Build Up to 3 home ) Only%
$99,900! Ask About Our Investorf
Pkg. 7 Waterfront Lots for Only
$79,900! Call toll-free (866)7704
5263 ext8.

ADIRONDACK LAND BAR-
GAINS! 5 to 50 acres tracts f... n
$19,900! Quality NY land! Forests
& waterfront! Build, camp, huntl -
fish, invest! Guaranteed! Terms ,
avail! Call today! (800)890-7:'27,
www.mooseriverland.com. .
.5(/;
COASTAL GEORGIA. Land for,,,
sale by owner. Private golf commu- i
nity designed by Fred 'Couples / :I
Davis Love. ;
Marina/Tennis/Pool/Fitness. Jeck2-
yll/ St Simons.Island $119,900 Call-'
(315)529-1277.
I.'.

FL LAND BARGAINS. Opportu- :.
nities to own your own farm, ranch.
woodland or lakefront homesteadr---
Old Florida at its best! Still afford* i
able! Call (866)352-2249 o|i
www.fllandbargains.com. *0i

Large Mtn. Land Bargains, Higli
Elevation. Adjoins Pristine State .-
Forest, 20+ AC to 350 AC. Sweep,
ing Mtn. Views, Streams,
www.liveinwv.com.

NY COUNTRY LAND BAR,4
GAINS 5 to 50 acre tracts fronr I;
$24,900! Quality land from the
Catskills to the Finger Lakes! ,
Build, camp, invest! Guaranteed! ~
Terms avail! Call today! (888)925- .
9277 www.upstateNYland.com.
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Steel Buildings
BUILDING SALE! "Beat Next In- .
crease!" 20x26 Now $4200. 25x30 '
$5800. 30x40 $9200. 40x60 O
$14,900. Extensive range of sized
and models. Front end optional. Pi"
oneer (800)668-5422. '



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