Group Title: Madison County Carrier
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Title: Madison County carrier
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tommy Greene
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Publication Date: January 10, 2007
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 5, 1964.
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20 Candidates Apply TWO MADISON COUNTY


For City Manager's Post MEN DIE IN CAR CRASHES
y Jacob Bembry served as the city's public job include:


reene Publishing, Inc. works supervisor for a number Glenn Abee, Lester
Twenty candidates have of years. He lives across the Baird, Cindy Carver, Richard
applied for the post of Madi- county line in Hamilton Coun- Casey, Harold Embrich, Jim


son City Manager.
Two of the candidates are
familiar with the City of
Madison.
Rick Davis was named in-
terim city manager after Tom
Moffses was terminated from
the position in late 2006. Prior
to filling the city manager's
role, Davis served as the city's
police chief. Davis lives north
of Lee with his family.
Chuck Hitchcock has


One other candidate has a
Madison County return ad-
dress. Ann McLeod is retired
from the United States Air
Force, and is planning to live
in Madison.
Wanda Williamson, an-
other candidate for the posi-
tion, also indicated that she
plans to live in Madison
County.
Other candidates for the


Gallagher, Joe Gerrity, Cyn-
thia Godbey, Charles Hays,
Eva Lunder, Tarja Mills,
Michael Phillips, Patricia
Quigley, Nayana Schweitzer,
Matthew Thomas, and James
Woods.
The Madison City Com-
mission will narrow the list
from three to five candidates
and will then call the remain-
ing candidates in for personal
interviews.


Melanie Wieland Recovering
By Jacob Bembry Melanie is still having some
Greene Publishing, Inc. trouble with her hearing.
Melanie Wieland, a young In an email sent to this re-
Madison County woman who porter on Monday, January 8,
was injured after being kicked her father, Bob, wrote: "They
in the head by a horse is recov- removed the staples from
ering in Shands Hospital at the Melanie's head and she was
University of Florida. able to take a shower today but
According to Melanie's she passed out while she was
mother, Karen, her daughter- finishing up.' She is all right.
was working at a farm in She sees double when she
O'Brien when a horse ran out moves her eyes a certain way
of the barn Melanie was work- ., but hopefully that will correct
ing in. Karen said that usually ,- '- itself. She still has no feeling
when one of the horses runs Melanie Wieland on the left side of her face. She


out of the barn, one of the trainers, or groomers,
would run out behind it, yelling its name. When
the horse ran out of the barn that day, there was
t ttaoilice, so the farm's owner wen.int..the_
barn and found Melanie lying on the ground,
with head and ear injuries.
The ambulance was immediately called
and a helicopter was dispatched to take
Melanie to Shands at the University of Florida
in Gainesville.
Melanie suffered multiple fractures, bruis-
ing to the brain, and serious injuries to her ear.
They removed the shunt from her head, as well
as the collar protecting her neck last week.


was approved for "in house" rehab. She will
stay in a rehab center in Gainesville while she
undergoes rehab."
Members of ;.lc Knights of Columbus at
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, where the
Wielands attend, are planning to do fundraisers
for the Wieland family to help with expenses
incurred during Melanie's hospital and rehabil-
itation stay in Gainesville.
A website has been set up for Melanie at
www.carepages.com. Visitors must sign up, for
free, to enter the website. Once the visitor has
signed up, they must enter the name
melaniewieland to go to Melanie's page.


County Commission



Holds Short Meeting


ireene fuoiisning, Inc. hnoro oy Jacoo memory
Outgoing County Commission Chairman Ronnie
Moore, left, passes the gavel to new Commission
Chairman Roy Ellis, right, at last Wednesday's Com-
mission meeting. Wayne Vickers is the new Vice-Chair-
man of the Commission.


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3 Sections, 40 Pages
Around Madison Co........5-6A
Basketball Section....Section C
Bridal..........................8-9A
Church...................Section B
Classifieds......................14A
Crim e.................................4A
Editorial...........................2-3A
Health........................10-11A
Legals............................. 15A
Obituaries.........................5A
School............................. 12A
Sports.............................. 13A


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Commission added some
"bite" to Animal Control on
Wednesday, January 3.
Animal Control Director
Jamie Willoughby presented
the board with a proposed
"Notice to Appear" for those
who own animals who are
problematic.
Willoughby said that such,
a notice would have benefited
him recently. He noted that an
animal had approached an 87-
year-old woman and a five-
year-old child in an aggressive
manner.
He added that not every-
one would be served with the
notices. It would only be the
ones who were repeat offend-
ers.
In other business, Com-
missioner Ronnie Moore
passed the gavel to new Com-
mission Chairman Roy Ellis,
who will serve a nine-month
rotation as chair. Wayne Vick-
ers will serve as the vice-chair.
The board also approved
an application for Summer-
wood North Subdivision, sub-
ject to changes recommended
by County Engineer Bill
Steves.
The board also approved
a Small County Courthouse
grant application at the re-
quest of Court Clerk Tim
Sanders.


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Memorial Hospital will
hold a site selection
committee meeting
Thursday evening, Jan-
uary 11, in Lee.
The meeting will


be open for public comment. The purpose of
the meeting is to discuss a site to place the new
25-bed hospital.
The county began
levying a one-half cent
sales tax on January 1.
idison County Please see MCMH,
Rmorial Hospital Page 3A
Page 3A


Three Set For Jury Trials


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Three people are set for jury trials be-
ginning this Wednesday, January 10.
Brett Miller will be tried on burglary
and battery charges this Wednesday.
George Ray will be tried on charges of
possession of a firearm by a convicted


felon, possession of drug paraphernalia and
possession of marijuana less than 20 grams.
Genevieve Davis, a student at
Greenville Hills Academy, will be tried on
charges of battery on a detention staff mem-
ber.
Judge Leandra Johnson will hear all
three trials.


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Rainy Weather Causes Traffic Fatality
By Jacob Bembry side of his pickup.
Greene Publishing, Inc. After impact, the pickup rotated counter-
Rainy weather contributed to an accident, clockwise and came to a final rest in the tree
which killed a Madison man on Friday after- line, just east of the point of collision, facing
noon, January 5. southwest.
According to a Florida Highway Patrol Solomon was pronounced dead at the
report, Ulysee Solomon, 71, was eastbound scene.
on Interstate 10 in the inside lane. For un- According to the crash report. he was not
known reasons, his 1988 Ford pickup traveled wearing a seatbelt at the time.
into the median of the interstate. .FHP Cpl. Terrance M. Chukes was the
After leaving the roadway, Solomon col- crash investigator and the homicide investiga-
lided with a tree, in the median, with the ride tor.

Early Morning Crash Kills One
























Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Krilsey
David Nathanlel "Butch" Langford, Jr. was killed when he failed to yield for a
stop sign, then struck two signs and a tree. The accident occurred in the early
morning hours, on Highway 360.
B) Jacob Bembry Langford was pronounced'
Greene Putblishng, Inc. dead at Tallahassee Memorial
A Madison man was Hospital.
killed after striking two signs According to the crash re-
and a tree ithr is pickup port, Langford was ndt wear-
mruck early Saturday morn- ing a seatbelt at the time the
inm. January 6. wreck occurred.
According to a Florida Langford is survived py
Highway Patrol report, one son, Colby Nathaniel
Da\ id Nathaniel "Butch" Henderson of .Suwanj ee
Langford, Jr.. 32. of Madi- County; his parents, Dhlmy
son, was traveling south on and Robyn Langford and
State Road 14 when he en- Cathy Cimiona. of Madison;
tered the intersection of one brother, John Franklin
County Road 360 and failed Williamson of Tallahassee;
to stop for a posted stop sign. three sisters, Angel Langford
Langford then entered David Nathaniel"Butch" Majors of Tallahassee,
the south shoulder of County Langford, Jr. Samantha Lewis of Madison
Road 360 and su-truck a metal and Tiffany Langford of Cly-
reflector sign and a church sign with the front attville. Ga.
of his 1994 Chevrolet pickup. Funeral services were held for Langford
The pickup continued to travel south and on Tuesday. January 9, at 2 p.m. at Harry T.
,struck a tree. Reid Funeral Home in Jasper.
The pickup came to a final rest on the FHP Cpl. Brandon Overstreet was the
south shoulder of County Road 360. facing crash investigator. as well as the homicide in-
soulh vestigator.


Hospital Site Selection


Meeting Set In Lee


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Wandering
With The Publisher
Mary Ellen Greene
Columnist


With A New Year....
Comes New Hope.... Welcome


To 2007


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Ready or not.....2007 is here.
Have you made your New Year Resolutions?
Or, are you still trying to finish fulfilling your 2006 ones?
I have always felt that a new year is a signal for new begin-
nings. I like to sit and simply think about last year, and try to re-
call what I liked best about it. I then think ahead to the new year,
and decide what I want to change about my habits, and about my
life.
I heard once that many people refuse to make New Year's
Resolutions because they feel they are doomed to failure when it
comes to keeping those resolutions.
I have a good feeling that 2007 will be a good year.
While we have our national issues about healthcare, bud-
gets, and taxes, we also have our local ones as well. But, I leave
all those decisions to our elected officials, and I try to concen-
trate on what I need to do to make me a better person.
An old saying goes: "People get the government they de-
serve." It is my hope, and my belief that Florida, and Madison
County, deserve the best of-what life has to offer.
I do hope to continue my efforts to "get rid" of my clutter. I
am, indeed, a "pack rat," and I plan to clean out my office, and
get started on our house. I wrote a column once on "stuff."
S Everybody has "stuff," and it doesn't mean anything to them
but themselves. My "stuff' is the same. It brings back memo-
ries to me, but, when I am dead and gone, just how much of this
is really worthwhile?
SI do want to wish each and every one of you a very Happy
New Year, and may you have good.health, good friends and hap-
py lives. My priority in life is still Faith, Family and Friends,
and we feel truly blessed to have had a huge amount of it all.
Next week is a special day for a special young lady 'in our
lives. Our granddaughter Brooke turns a big "12" on Jan. 21st.
The Husband calls her his "coon-dog." I'll tell you why next
week.
Again, Happy New Year and may you and yours be blessed
from beginning to end.
ir~ ',i "Nuff said:,'Bye'for now::See 'ya."


GET A MONEY


LOAN MONDAY '


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

Thank You For American Legion Story
Just read the story on the American Legion want to thank Memorial for Irene Michaud, our longtime Lounge manager on
the writer for such a nice write-up. the 9th of December and thank all for the wonderful tribute to
Have been a member of the Post Auxiliary since the early the one I felt was my sister both of us New Englanders.
1990's even though I had to move to Virginia three years ago, I
still keep my membership where my heart is any time I head Sincerely
south I stop to see old friends (and enemies) attended the Vera R Smith

Thanks Given For Help In The

Vickers House Fire In Greenville


THIS LETTER IS IN REGARD TO THE FIRE IN
GREENVILLE JAN 2 THAT DESTROYED THE OLD VICK-
ERS HOUSE IN GREENVILLE. A SPECIAL THANKS TO
ALL THAT RESPONDED. A SPECIAL THANKS TO SGT
MELGARD WHO AFTER SEEING THE HOUSE EN-
GULFED IN FLAMES MADE A VERY CONCERTED EF-
FORT TO AWAKEN OUR SISTER NEXT DOOR AND GET
HER TO SAFETY HE THEN LOCATED A GARDEN HOSE
AND KEPT WETTING HER HOUSE DOWN TO KEEP IT
FROM IGNITING, UNTIL THE FIRE DEPT COULD GET
THERE.
THE RESPONSE AND ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY


THE GREENVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT, MADISON
FIRE AND RESCUE, HAMBBURG/LOVETT VOLUNTEER
AND NEW HOME VOLUNTEER DEPT WAS JUST SUPER.
WE COMMEND THE PERSONNEL OF THESE DEPT'S
FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING SERVICE.
OUR HEARTFELT THANKS ARE EXTENDED OTHER
ACTS OF KINDNESS DURING THIS TIME ALSO TO THE
ANONYMOUS COUPLE WHO MOVED OUR SISTERS
CAR OUT OF HARMS WAY, THANK YOU
THE VICKERS FAMILY


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Movin' In The Nursing Home


By Daryl G. Williams
It was time to move, and I had only one choice to think on
- the. nursing home. I was like a lot of others I have talked to
over the years. I had negative thoughts about such a move.
Thoughts of being locked away and having no one to care.
Thoughts of being set aside to get out of the way of others so
they could enjoy life without being cumbered with caring for
me. With physical difficulties that limited my everyday activi-
ties it seemed I was destined to grow old in The Home."
Well, to my surprise, I have found things completely differ-
ent than my fears were geared to see. Several things have
changed my point of view about living in a nursing home! I have
found the staff to be a very caring and understanding group of
individuals! To many, it is evident that they view their working
here as a calling and not just a job. I have watched when some-
one had passed on, how the staff reacted and I have found them
to show love to the family as well as to one another.


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It is evident of the "family* atmosphere that is exemplified
here as well. Many of the friendly faces show how they care for
me and how they are appreciative of the love and friendship
shared. When any of the residents are in need of some kindness
(assistance in picking up something or just a sympathetic ear) I
have found the 'family' of residents and staff are always help-
ful.
The community involvement is great as well. There,is al-
ways someone coming in to visit with the people. On Saturdays
and Sundays, I have seen the parking lot full with visitors and
it has really thrilled me. Holidays are a special time for com-
munity involvement too!
All in all I have come to the conclusion that living here at
The Home" has been an enjoyable adventure for me! I have
come to the place in my thoughts that I can make this stay here
what I want it to be! Thank you Lake Park of Madison for car-
ing! God bless you is my prayer!


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Lee Limelight
Jacob Bembry
Columnist


Town Hosts Site Selection Committee
The Town of Lee will host a hospital site selection committee
meeting on Thursday evening, January 11, beginning at 6 p.m.
Make sure you go out and have your voice heard on the possible site
selected for the new hospital. The meeting will be held at Lee City
Hall
Gracie Gailbraith will celebrate her birthday on Monday, Janu-
ary 10.
Zane Herring will celebrate his fifth birthday on Thursday, Jan-
uary 11. Also celebrating birthdays that day will be Hunter Vickers
and Margaret Rutherford.
My cousin, Mozella Phillips, will celebrate her birthday on Sat-
urday, January 13. Sarah Kauffman will also celebrate her birthday
the same day.
Logan Groover will turn 11 years old on Monday, January 15.
Drew Herring will turn six that day. Casey Hooker will also cele-
brate a birthday that day.
Lucus Williams, Joyce Bethea and Stephanie Adams will cele-
brate their birthdays on Tuesday, January 16.
Happy birthday wishes go out to John and Tisha Phillips' twins,
Jacob and Justin. My two buddies had a birthday on Wednesday,
January 5.
Eleanor Mauldin, Ed Przbyla, Jamie Phillips, Kevin Buck,
Stephanie Sanders, Brad Sanders and John Canone celebrated their
birthdays on Thursday, January 6. Jonathan Penny had a birthday on.
Friday, January 7. Matt Cherry celebrated his birthday the same day.
Happy anniversary wishes go out to Dale and Melinda
Williams, who celebrated their big day on Sunday, January 7.
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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Bern Smith
Title: District Conservationist
Since: 1981
Job description: Representative of
USDA national conservationist program
Family: Husband of Jane Smith and fa-
ther of John Mac Smith.
Spare time: Spend time out at the farm
and house fixing things. Also grows hay and
pine trees on the farm.


Doris Newman

Title: District Clerk
Since: 2002
Job description: Doing general secre-
tarial tasks.
Family: Mother of three daughters.
Spare time: Fishing, reading, listening
to Gospel music, and singing in her church
choir.


Robbie Robinson


Title: Field worker
Since: 2003
Job Description: assists farmers and
landowners with irrigation and grazing sys-
tems, etc.
Family: Husband of Ann Robinson


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The move came after a referendum, which allows the half-cent
to be levied, was passed in the November general election. All
funds collected from the tax must go to construction of the new
hospital and not for any other costs.
Three more public meetings will be held on consecutive
Thursday. One of the meetings is scheduled for Greenville and
another will be scheduled for Madison. The final meeting will be
a workshop to discuss the proposed sites.
The Thursday, January 11, meeting will be held at Lee City
Hall.





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Lisa Beth Pieczarka -v- Micah Daniel Pieczarka Dissolu-
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Darlene Demps & D.O.R. -v- Bud Demps Support
Progressive Express Ins. Co. -v- Darrin Ferrell Richardson
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Do You Need to
Establish a Trust?
Provided by Brad Bashaw, Edward Jones
During your working years, if you save money diligent-
ly and make wise investment choices, you have a good
chance of enjoying a comfortable retirement. But will you
be taking proper care of your family after you're gone? The
only way to answer that question is to do proper estate plan-
nin and trusts can be a key element of your estate plan.
How do trusts work? As the grantor of a trust, you set
up the rules and appoint a trustee, who manages the trust
and its assets. You and other donors then fund the trust with
securities and other assets. The trustee collects these gifts
and invests the money according to the rules of the trust,
which will also determine the trust's beneficiary the recip-
ient of the trust's proceeds.
Different trusts have different objectives. When you
design your estate plans, you may well need more than one
trust. Here are some of the most widely used ones:

*Re cable Living Trust A revocable living trust can
help I ou lea\e assets to your heirs without going through
the costl), time-consuming and public probate process.
When ou set up a revocable living trust, you can control
Nour assets during your lifetime arid determine how they
.AJll.ekeatuall\ be.di djcibuJted.ia.WYloua a.-You coul.r
example, have money distributed to your children or grand-
children in installments, over a period of years. Plus, a
properly established revocable living trust will carry out
your wishes if you become incapacitated.
*Bypass Trust If you're married, you can leave an
unlimited amount of assets to your spouse, free of estate
taxes and without using up any of your estate tax credit. But
if your spouse then dies with an estate worth more than the
federal estate tax exemption- $2 million in 2007 his or her
estate would be subject to the estate tax. Unfortunately,
your original estate tax credit was unused and, in effect,
wasted. Basically, a Bypass Trust allows both spouses
estate tax exemptions to be preserved, to the benefit of the
surviving spouse and, ultimately, the children.
*Special Needs Trust If you have a family member
with a disability, you might want to think about a Special
Needs Trust. People with mental or physical disabilities can
hold an unlimited amount of assets in a Special Needs Trust
(sometimes called a Supplemental Needs Trust) without
having the assets count against eligibility for certain gov-
ernmental benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income
(SSI), Medicaid, vocational rehabilitation and subsidized
housing.
*QTIP Trust If you're married for a second time, but
want to make sure your children from your first marriage
are protected, you may want to think about a QTIP
(Qualified Terminable Interest Property) Trust. A QTIPtrust
enables you, as grantor, to provide for your surviving
spouse and also maintain control of how the trust's assets
are distributed once he or she also dies.

Of course, trusts are complex instruments, so you
should work with an attorney, in addition to a tax adviser to
make sure you are using the right type of trust and then con-
sider a financial professional for funding it with the appro-
priate vehicles. By using trusts wisely, you can leave a lega-
cy that benefits everyone.
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LOCAL & REGIONAL CRIME BLOTIIER

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, Madison county

(CRIME BEAT


ALL SUSPECTS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED INNOCENT
UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW

Man Arrested For

Trespass After Warning
A Madison man was ar-
rested for trespass after warn-
ing, disorderly intoxication
and resisting arrest without vi- -
olence on Saturday, January 6.
According to a Madison
Police Department report, Pa-
trolman Kevin Stout was dis- .
patched to the Silver Star
Night Club. After he arrived,
he made contact with the man-
ager, who told him that he
wanted John Lee Christian, 54,
removed from the premises r
and for Christian to never re- John Lee Christian
turn. The manager also indicated that Christian had been in-
volved in an altercation with a female earlier in the evening.
When Stout approached Christian, he refused to leave and
said that if he did leave, he would come right back. After seyer-
al attempts to get Christian to leave, Stout informed Christian
that he was under arrest and asked him to comply with his in-
structions.
Christian then said that he wanted to leave and attempted to
turn and walk down the street. Stout had to physically grab
Christian's-arms because he was pushing Stout's hands away.
Christian was taken into custody and charged with trespass-
ing, disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest without violence.

Man Arrested

For Loitering
A Madison man was ar-
rested for loitering after refus-
ing a police officer's instruc- '0-
tions to leave three times.
According to a Madison
Police Department report, Pa-
trolman Reggie Alexander was -
working a criminal mischief ;O
conmplant in the Madison .__
Heights area hen he saw
Mario Marcell Vought, 25, J
hanging out in the area, play-
ing the music in his vehicle too
loud. After informing Vought
three times that if he was not in Mario Marcell Vought
an apartment visiting he was loitering, Alexander placed Vought
under arrest.


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James Alexander

Turnquest
D.O.B. 9/23/62
*Height: 6'03" .Weight: 220
Sex: Male Race: Black
Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown
Wanted For:
Trespassing with a warning
VOP/Dealing in stolen property


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The Crime report is published every Wednesday. It also in-
cludes an individual from Madison County's active warrant list
or a wanted person believed to be in Madison County.
If you have any information concerning the suspect, or
know his/her whereabouts, please contact one of the following
agencies. Madison County Sheriff's Department--973-4001,
Madison Police Department-973-5077, or Your MADISON
COUNTY CARRIER-973-4141. All information will remain
confidential. You need not give your name.
Information on these individuals is printed as given each
week by the Madison County Sheriff's Department or other law
enforcement agency. The person or persons featured was cho-
sen by the agency making the request for him/her to be run in
this feature. Neither this newspaper, nor any members of its
staff, determines which individuals) will be featured. The ap-
pearance of an individual in this feature represents an open war-
rant for their arrest by local, area, state, and/or federal law en-
forcement authorities, and it in no way is an assumption or in-
sinuation of guilt by this newspaper or its staff. All persons are
assumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Brought to you as a public service by Your MADISON
COUNTY CARRIER.


Man Arrested For Domestic Violence


On Monday, January 1, 2007 Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Deputy Lee Willis arrested George Edwin Hunter, 51,
12024 145th Road, Live Oak, FL. Hunter was charged
with battery (domestic violence).
SAccording to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office, at
approximately 1:26 p.m. Deputy Willis was dispatched to
a Live Oak residence to investigate a domestic distur-
bance. After talking to the people involved he determined


that Hunter had gotten into an argument with a family
member. He allegedly grabbed her by the hair and hit her.
He also broke two lamps by throwing them into the bed-
room wall.
Hunter was arrested and transported to the Suwannee
County Jail. His bond was set at $2,500. He was released
the following day when he was able to obtain a surety
bond through a local bonding agency.


Woman Arrested For Trespassing After Warning


On Sunday, December 31, 2006 Suwannee County
Sheriff's Deputy Kelly Putnel arrested Deveda G. Alsept,
50, 6819 US Highway 129, Live Oak, FL. Alsept was
charged with trespassing after warning.
According to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office,
at approximately 11:49 a.m. Deputy Putnel was dis-
patched to the Econo Lodge on 129 North regarding a
woman that was approaching patrons and asking for

Lake City Man Arrested F
On Saturday, December charged with violation of an
30, 2007 Suwannee County injunction.
Sheriff's Deputy George Du- According to the Suwan-
ran arrested Fredrick Lee Brit- nee County Sheriff's Office, at
tain, Jr., 280 Perry Street, approximately 4:33 p.m.
Lake City,. FL. Brittain was Deputy Duran was dispatched


money. The manager told him that Alsept had been
warned but had come back again. When the deputy at-
tempted to talk to her she became argumentative and ad-
vised him that she saw nothing wrong with her talking to
the patrons.
Alsept was arrested and transported to the Suwannee
County Jail. Her bond was set at $500. She was released
the following day for time served.


or Violating An
to a Branford residence on
Henry Avenue regarding a vio-
lation of a restraining order.
The woman at the residence
told him that she had a re-
straining order on Fredrick
Brittain and that he had been
driving by her residence and
waving at her. Brittain drove
by while the deputy was there
so he followed him and
.stopped his vehicle at the
Branford Little Jiffy Store.
When Deputy Duran asked
him about the restraining or-
der he admitted that he had
been served and that he knew
he wasn't supposed to be dri-
ving by the woman's home.
Brittain was arrested and
transported to the Suwannee
County Jail. After his bond
was set at $2,500 he was able
to obtain a surety bond
through a local bonding
agency and was released.



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AROUND MADISON COUNTY


George Forest


Burnett, Jr.
George Forest Burnett, Jr., 84, died on Monday
morning, January 8, 2007 at South Georgia Medical
Center. Born on July 23,1922, he was the son of the late
George F, Sr. and Martha Burnett. He was a lifelong
resident of Madison, Florida.
Relative to his service in the United States Air
Force, he was decorated with the Air Medal in recogni-
tion of his courageous service to his combat organiza-
tion, his fellow Airmen and his country. He later be-
came a millwright with Owen Illinois and retired after
32 years.
Serving as Chairman of Deacons during his many
years of membership with Cherry Lake First Baptist
Church, he continued to serve as Deacon as a current
member of Pinetta First Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Sara Juanita Burnett,
and would have celebrated his 60th Wedding Anniver-
sary with her on August 10 of this year. Other survivors
include his brother, Carlton Burnette of Madison; three
children: Suzanne (Joe) Peavy; George "Bubba" (Kay)
Burnett, III; and Jenny (Troy) Hendry, all. of Madison;
seven grandchildren: Kimberly Pridgeon and Betsy
(Cole) Craven of Valdosta, Stacy Burnett; Jennifer
(Walter) Copeland; George "Chip" Burnett, IV; Sara
Hendry and Andrew Hendry, all of Madison; three
great-grandchildren: Caden Craven, BetsyAnna Craven
and Parker Copeland.
He is preceded in death by his sister, Mary Martha
Johnson of Valdosta, Georgia.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednes-
day, January 10, 2007 at Cherry Lake First Baptist
Church, followed by graveside ceremonies at Cherry
Lake First Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will re-
ceive friends at Beggs Funeral Home on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 9,2007 from 6 until 8 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted or donations may be
made to the Pinetta First Baptist Church Building Fund.


Geather "Snook"

Bennett, Jr.
Geather "Snook" Bennett, Jr., age 86, died
Tuesday, January 2, 2007 in Lake City.
Funeral services were Monday, January 8, 2007
at 11:00 a.m., at Beggs Funeral Home, Madison,
burial followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Cherry Lake.
The family received friends Sunday, January 7,
2007 from 5-7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home, Madi-
son Chapel.
He was born in Cherry Lake, Florida, June 21,
1920 to Geather, Sr. and Charlotte Bennett, and was
a life-long resident. He was a farmer and a member
of Mt. Zion AME Church, Cherry Lake, where he
was quartet leader. He was an Army veteran of
World War II. He was preceded in death by a son
Rufus Bennett.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Theola
"Missy" Bennett of Cherry Lake; five sons, Louis
Carter and wife, Virginia (deceased) of Tallahassee;
Jerry Bennett and wife Virgie Ree, of Cherry Lake;
Stanley Bennett and wife, Virginia of Tallahassee;
Danny Bennett of Highland, Ca.; and Ricky Bennett
of Rialto, Ca.; four daughters: Cheryl Bennett of
Cherry Lake; Gloria Bennett of Rancho Cucamon-
ga, Ca.; Peggy Bennett of Gardena Ca.; Carolyn
Richardson and husband Willie of Albany Ga.; two
brothers: Shovine "Buddy" Bennett of Cherry Lake;
and Genia Bennett of Miami; one sister, Willie Thea
Donnel of Miami; as well as 18 grandchildren and
27 great grandchildren.

Mary Irene

Sheppard
Mary Irene Sheppard, age 91, died Sunday De-
cember 31, 2006 in Madison. Funeral services were held
Thursday, January 4, at 11:00 a.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home, Madison. Burial followed at Midway Baptist
Church Cemetery. The family received friends Wednes-
day January 3, from 6-8 p.m., at Beggs Funeral Home.
She was born in Lafayette County, and lived in Madi-
son all of her life. She was a member of Madison Church
of God, Madison. and was a homemaker. ... ..
She is survived by one daughter, Jo Ann Hephner. of
Sweetwater, Tenn.; one sister, Ardelia Thomas of Madi-'
son; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and three
great-great grandchildren.


David "Butch"

Nathaniel Langford, Jr.
David "Butch" Nathaniel Langford, Jr., 32,
died Saturday in Madison. Butch was a native of
Madison and had been an employee of Georgia Flori-
da Overhead Door Company.
Survivors include: parents, Danny and Robyn
Langford and Cathy Cimiotta of Madison; one son,
Colby Nathaniel Henderson of Suwannee County;
one brother, John Franklin Williamson of Tallahassee;
three sisters, Angel Langford Majors of Tallahassee,
Samantha Lewis of Madison, and Tiffany Langford of
Clyattville, Ga., and several aunts, uncles, cousins
and other relatives.
Funeral Services were held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday,
January 9, 2007, in the chapel of Harry T. Reid Fu-
neral Home, Jasper, FL with burial in the Evergreen
Cemetery of Jasper. Visitation with the family was
from 5-7:00 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Harry T. Reid Funeral Home, Jasper, is in charge
of arrangements.

La Verne


Beck
LaVerne Beck, age 86, died on Friday, January
5, 2007 in Lake City, Fl.
Funeral Services were Tuesday, January 9, 2007
at 11:00 a.m. at Beggs Funeral Home, Madison, with
burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville.
The family received friends at Beggs Chapel on
Monday, January 8, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Mr. Beck was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
October 23,1920, the son of the late Michael Beck
and Anna Bressler Beck. He lived in Tallahassee be-
fore moving to Dowling Park about 2 years ago. He
was a Flight Engineer in the US Air Force; a World
War II veteran of the Army Air Corp; and a Veteran
of the Korean War, retiring after 21 years with the US
Air Force. He attended Bethel Creek Baptist Church,
Day, Fl. and Grace Church in Tallahassee, Fl, He was
an electrician and a member of the Electricians Local
#323 IBEW. He loved woodworking and reading.
.He is survived by ,two sons: Ronnie Beck of
Nashville, Tennessee; and Vernon Beck (Kathleen)
of Boca Raton; two daughters: Shirley Bushee (Jer-
ry); and Joanne Hurst (Frank) all of Greenville; nine
grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.


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teacher is at the head of the class. This is a great
way of letting your teacher know how much you
and your classmates like him/her.
Winning entries will be printed on special
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AROUND MADISON COUNTY




Staff Expands At Lake Park Of Madison


uiane sullivan, activities director, catches resaients oeing active ana gives mnem
activity bucks. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ashley Bell, January 4, 2007)


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By Ashley Bell
.Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lake Park of Madison
facility recently hired four new
employees for the positions of
Director of Nursing (DON),
Assistant Director of Nursing
(ADON), and Activities Direc-
tor.
Donna Putnal, of Mayo,
was brought in as the new Di-
rector of Nursing. She began
her career as a nursing assistant
while going to school for her
LPN and has been in the nurs-
ing field for 22 years and has
been a DON for 15 years. As
the Director of Nursing at Lake
Park of Madison, she is respon-
sible for all the nursing care
provided for the residents in the
facility.
She is the wife of Jack Put-
nal, a farmer in Mayo, and
mother of Summer Elliott, the
late Bryan Elliott, and the step-
mother of Riley Putnal and Jen-
nifer Putnal. Her desire to be-
come a nurse began at a young
age when she would assist her
grandmother with everyday ac-
tivities and also would stay
with her at night.
"I hope to improve the
quality of care that the senior
citizens receive," she said "and
their overall quality of life."
Her most recent project is
recruiting caring individuals
who would like to join the team
at Lake Park of Madison. A
nursing class will be required,


Peggy Hamilton, ADON, passes out lunch for the residents. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Ashley Bell, January 4, 2007)


but the test and certification
fees will be paid for by the fa-
cility. It will take place at the
end of January.
Carol Rykard was promot-
ed from the Unit Manager to
the Assistant Director of Nurs-
ing. She is the ADON for the
west wing of the facility and is
responsible for an average of
54 residents. She provides care,
and calls doctors for the resi-
dents, among many other tasks.
"The attitude here is won-
derful," she commented on
Lake Park of Madison. "Every-
one works as a team to make
things run smoothly for the res-
idents."
Carol is the mother of three
boys, ages ranging from six to
12 years of age. She is also a
longtime resident of Madison
County and has worked in near-
ly all the different fields-of
nursing. She received her
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
from the University of Florida.
"Nursing is a calling," she
said, "You can do lots of things
with nursing. It provides an av-
enue for choices."
Peggy Hamilton was hired
as the Assistant Director of
Nursing for the east wing and
has been in the nursing field for
15 years. Previously, she
worked as, the Wound Care Co-
ordinator and also the ADON
for a nursing home in Tallahas-
see. She became interested in


Carol Rykard (left), ADON, is pictured with resident
Betty Graham (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ashley


Bell, January 4, 2007)
the nursing field when her fa-
ther-in-law was diagnosed with
cancer and later passed.
"No one knew how to care
for him," she said, therefore she
went on and got her CNA from
Su\ annee Haiilb"n'V6tech
and then her LPN. She then
transferred to Regents College,
which is a home study and re-
ceived her RN.
"We are family resident
advocates here at the Lake
Park of' Madison," she said,
"We know our patients and
through that we care for them
more efficiently."
Peggy is the wife of Jeff
Hamilton, a Physical Thera-
pist, and mother of the late
Christopher McManaway of
Live Oak.
Diane Sullivan, of Perry,
is the newly hired Activities
Director and was previously
employed at the Pinelake facil-
ity in Greenville as their Activ-
ities Director. She has been in
the medical field for 15 years
and has been in the activities
field for six months. As the
Activities Director, she not
only organizes activities but
also is involved with the whole
environment, listening to the
residents and relating to them
on a personal level.
"I go to each individual
and try to help them accom-
plish what their goal is," she
said. "We have 100 residents
here and no two people are
alike."
She hopes to personalize
the Activities Department,
"not only for the residents, but
also to be inclusive of the staff,
family, and friends. This being
a neighborhood, our depart-
ment is going to get everybody
involved with the activities, to


get everyone involved with
their neighbor. I don't want
people to see this as a job, but
as a way of living. ,
Diane is the wife of John-
n),SUl\van and the mother of
Ang :Sullivan f rry anti
Amy Sullivan ifoalifornia.
She was raised in 'Levittown
Pennsylvania and received her
Activities Certificationl from
Rowlett and Laker, Inc.
Her present project is giv-
ing out Activity Bucks to the
residents who are caught being
active. Doing any physical ac-
tivity, watching TV, sitting
outside, or visiting with
friends, family, or staff will
earn them activity bucks. This
activity will last until March
whereupon there will be an
auction and the residents will
be able to use their activity
bucks to bid on items such as
lotion, socks, gloves, books,,
scarves, etc.


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Like & Nida Norfleet are pleased to announce C
the engagement of their daughter. Lindsay, to Da-
mon Fico. son of Tom & Nita Fico.
Lindsay is a 002 graduate of Madison Co.
.'4 High School and earned a Public Relations degree
from the Liru\ersity of Florida in May of 2006,
\ here she also \was a 4-Nyear lenerman for the Lady
Gator Softball team She is currently employed by
S Premier Beveraee/E & J Gallo Winery based in
I JacksonM ille. Florida.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Dr. & ,.
S Mrs S. NI. Noblejas of Jasper, Florida. and Ann I
[ Morrow\ & Rud\ Hanmrck. and the great-grand- .
I daughter of Rachel Reichmann of Madison, Flori-i
Sda.
S Damnon is 2003 graduate of Madison Co. High
a": School and has sern ed in the U.S. Nav, since Oct. q
A_.. of 2003. He is currentlI stationed at Mayporl Naval
Station in Jackson\ ille. Florida, onboard the USS
S Carne as a 2nd Class Petty Officer. His duties in-
clude Navigation and he is a SAR iSearch and Res-
cue I Swimmer. ,
t' The groom-elect is the grandson of Ina L. Mor- r
Sro\ of Lee, Florida and the late Mellous Moore and
Clifford Webb. and the late Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A.
Fico of Nlata%\an. Ne\\ Jersey.
The %wedding ik planned for June 23rd at 2:00 '
Sp.m. at the First United Methodist Church. No in-
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Ruben and Kay Lewis, of Eridu, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Tyler
Greene, of Tallahassee.
He is the son of Bobby and Judy Greene, of
SMoultrie, Ga.
SThe bnde-elect is the granddaughter of Paul
and Barbara Cooksey, of Lament, and Allie Mae
Lewis and the late Grady Lewis of Eridu. A 1997
S graduate of Taylor County High School, she re-
ceived an.associate of arts degree from North Flori-
S da Community College in Madison.
The bride-elect graduated from The Baptist
College of Florida with a bachelor of arts in Chris-
tian Counseling in May 2006. She has been em-
ployed since graduation as a clinical coordinator
counselor at DOVE Vocational Girls Academy in
SGraceville.
The groom is the grandson of Voncile Greene,
of Moultrie, Ga., and the late Chester Greene, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Chambless Gay. A 1991 grad-
uate of Colquitt County High School, he received
his bachelors of arts in Theology from The Baptist
College of Florida in 2005. He is currently em-
ployed as a mechanical designer for Fru-Con Engi-
neering Company in Tallahassee. Also, he is co-
founder of "Stand and Shout Ministries" in the Tri- 1
S State area.
S The wedding will be held at Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship in Perry at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan-
uary 13th, 2007. Invitations are not being sent lo-
cally but all friends and family members are invit-
ed to attend.


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around it, weddings are ex-
pensive. The primary way to
cut costs is to cut the guest
list and have a smaller affair.
It is possible, however, to
keep costs to a minimum and
still invite all your intended
guests and have an elegant
event. The following ideas
are meant to spark your
thinking and creativity. You
will certainly think of other
ways to save as you work
through your plans. By
thinking creatively and being
willing to compromise, you
can create a wedding that is
long on memories, yet short
on costs.
Facilities: By holding
both the wedding and the re-
ception at the same location,
you will save rental fees and
transportation c6ss. If you'
or your parents are members
of a church, consider having
the wedding and reception
there.
Most larger churches
and event centers have well-
equipped kitchens and may
have numerous serving
pieces available. They may
also have candelabra, table-
cloths, and table decorations.
The women of the
church may be willing to
help in the kitchen, including
washing dishes and making
punch and coffee. This can
be a great help and often the
only payment required is a
donation to the women's or-
ganization of the church. Do
be generous with the dona-
tion, however.
Some churches will al-
low you to hold the rehearsal
dinner there also. You may
have to cook the food your-
self or have it catered, but it
can be less expensive and
more relaxed than taking the
wedding party to a restaurant
and you will already be there
for the rehearsal.


Bridal Gown and At-
tendants' Dresses: Attrac-
tive gowns are available in a
number of places and at rea-
sonable prices. Consider
renting the bride's gown
and/or the attendants dress-
es. You might
choose to borrow a gown
from a family member or a
friend. If you or someone
you know sews, consider
having them make either the
bridal gown or the atten-
dants' dresses or the veil.
Flowers: Using flowers
that are in season will reduce
costs. If, however, your heart
is set on having roses in De-
cember, be willing to pay a
premium. Silk flowers do not
always save money, since
they are labor-intensive to
arrange, but do compare
costs.
Food: Etiquette dictates
that food should be served at
a reception, but what kind
and how much is up to you.
The simplest and least ex-
pensive food to serve is cake,
punch, and coffee. If more
food is desired, trays of veg-
etables, fruits, cheeses, or
hors d'oeuvres can be served.
The most expensive recep-
tion to prepare and serve is a
sit-down dinner. To reduce
the amount of food needed,
schedule your ceremony for
mid-afternoon or in the
evening after the dinner hour
when your guests won't ex-
pect as much food. An
evening dessert reception
with a variety of desserts
plus wedding cake is a popu-
lar alternative.
Pictures: When money
is tight, the first thing many
brides eliminate is the pho-
tographer, but most regret it
later. If you can't afford the
services of a commercial
photographer, contact local
high schools or colleges and
see if the photography
teacher will photograph
your wedding. Some pho-
tography teachers moonlight
on the side, and are happy to
have your business. Ask to


see samples of his or her
work, or have the person
take your engagement pic-
tures and see how you like
the results.
Videos: Today's video
cameras have become so
easy to use that most anyone
can take reasonably good
pictures. If you can't afford
to hire a professional video-
grapher, ask two or three
friends to take pictures from
different locations in the
room and at the reception.
Be certain that the person
knows how to operate the
camera and that the camera
is placed on a tripod for sta-
bility.
Decorations: Consid-
er using potted bedding
plants at an outdoor wed-
ding or outside the en-
* trance to the church or re-,
ception center. They will
add a touch of color, then


you can take -them home
and plant them in your
yard or use them on a deck
or balcony. Pots of herbs
make attractive center-
pieces, especially for out-
door receptions. They can
then be given as gifts.
Balloons are inexpen-
sive and can be used to
decorate tables or the
dance floor. You can rent a
helium tank and blow up
your own balloons less ex-
pensively than purchasing
them already blown up.
Tulle comes in many
colors and can often be
purchased on sale at fabric
stores. It can bemused to
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HEALTH & NUTRITION


Florida State Nursing Students Practice
From The Front Porch

By Diane Sullivan At Madison County Health Department
Guest Columnist
By Jessalyn Covell graduated from FSU College


1
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The New Year usually has
most of us encouraged to begin
new habits and start projects.
The same holds true for the
residents of a nursing home.
Residents will gather to-
gethel and discuss plans for the
upcoming year. Listening to
their dreams and goals is fasci-
nating, because their plans are
usually for the good of the
home, when we usually have
plans for ourselves.
Residents are cheerful and
optimistic in regard for the
New Year. They are enthusias-




Hae oubentund ow


tic to begin new p
vorite topic is th
springtime. Resi
discussing possibi
ating new garden
ideas of each resi.
dening are as varied
ors of a rainbow
have the expertise
their area and the
all-growing thing
flourish under their
Residents of
home teach us ea
precious gift, with
fer. They teach u
holds the promise
something new,
young and old ali
opportunity to tak
birth of new pro
and dreams.
"Every blade
an angel that bend
whispers, 'Grow!


projects. A fa- Greene Publishing, Inc.
ie upcoming Each spring and fall se-
dents enjoy mesters, there is a new set of
citiess of cre- nursing students from Florida
I areas. The State University's (FSU) Col-
dent for gar- lege of Nursing who practice
ed as the col- for 11 weeks at the Madison
w. Residents County Health Department.
of knowing FSU's nursing students
e wisdom of are preparing for their field of
gs that will nursing and the role public
ir care. health care plays and the ser-
a nursing vices they provide for the
ach day is a community.
Much to of- Last semester, the Madi-
is every day son County Health Depart-
of beginning ment warmly welcomed and
and we all, is proud to have nursing stu-
ke, have the dents Katie Kilfoile and Nak-
;e part in the
part in the isha Kinlaw added to the
jects, goals,
ects, goals, team. In addition, assistant
of grass has professor of FSU College of
s over it and Nursing Kathleen Williamson
Grow!'" is on sight to assist and direct
The Talmud Kilfoile and Kinlaw.
Kilfoile and Kinlaw


of Nursing in December with
a Bachelor's in Nursing de-
gree. They both work at Talla-
hassee Memorial Hospital
(TMH) as nurse interns in the
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
(NICU) where they took care
of babies performing basic as-
sessments.
Kilfoile has a guaranteed
job as a Cardiac Progressive
Care Unit (CPCU) at TMH.
The CPCU is for patients who
have experienced any cardiac
problems such as heart at-
tacks, heart procedures, con-
gestive heart failure and a lot
more. She stated., "Public
health is not just for people
who can't afford private
health care. It's available for
everyone."
Once Kinlaw receives her
Bachelor in Nursing degree,
she plans to move down south
to West Palm Beach where
she will be working at a hos-
pital in the NICU, which takes
care of premature infants and
babies who have birth defects.
"Practicing at the local health
department has really opened
my eyes to the difference be-
tween hospital work and
health department work," she
said.


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FSU nursing students Katie Kinfolle (left) and Nak-
isha Kinlaw, right, are currently practicing at the Madison
County Health Department. Also, FSU College of Nursing
Kathleen Williamson (center) oversees the students'
practices and helps coordinate many of their activities
throughout the Madison community. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, October 26, 2006)


professor of FSU College of
Nursing for two years.
Williamson holds a doc-
torate in Urban Affairs and
Public Policy from the Uni-
versity of Delaware and has
been a nurse since 1983. She
stated, "It's important for stu-
dents to have an understand-
ing of public health care.
This experience only benefits
them and prepares them for
their field of study. It helps


Bad Touch" programs to
Pinetta Elementary School
(PES), Lee Elementary
School (LES) and Greenville
Elementary School (GES),
as part of the program pro-
vided within Madison Coun-
ty.
Presently, Williamson
and FSU nursing students
have spoken with MCHS fe-
male students about
women's health issues and


Assistant professor of them gain knowledge about discussed information on
FSU College of Nursing the whole health care sys- health care and various
Kathleen Williamson stated, teams and displays the whole health education services.
"The program helps FSU spectrum of care from the All of these particular
nursing students identify a community to hospitals." presentations and practicing
need in the Madison commu- In the past, Williamson nursing skills at the Madison
nity and to help them have and FSU nursing students County Health Department
the opportunity .to give have given "Students better prepares FSU's Col-
back." She moved from, Against DestrLptive .Be a-. ege of Nursin g. cents for
* Dela are, to Taahasse,-for rtorfoSADB pr ota to,4t" reers olfoud--tm.tat
the sole purpose of pursuing students at Madison County field, and alsoberiefits stu-
a teaching career at FSU. High School (MCHS) and dents and residents of Madi-
Now, she has been assistant have provided "Good Touch, son County.

1 Make Time to Hone


*Be clear about your own values and attitudes.
Communicating with your kids on sex, love and
relationships is usually more successful when you
are clear in your mind about your values and atti-
tudes, towards these issues.
*Talk with your kids early and often about sex.
Kids have a lot of questions. Be open and honest
with your kids. Let them know where you stand
on these issues and why you take these positions.
If you have trouble starting the conversation, con-
sider situations on t.v. shows or movies as con-
versation starters. Age appropriate conversations
should begin early and continue through adoles-
cence.
*Know your kid's friends and their families.
Friends have a strong influence on each other -
often sharing wrong information. Help your kids
become friends' with kids whose families share
your values.
*f.iscaOr"i Jifthipftl and steady dating,
Let your child4maow your strong feelings on this,
throughout their childhood.


I s I s sa s aHe Yu. nAvoidTee g a


"Let your kids know you value education highly.
Encourage your kids to take school seriously and
set goals. Be involved with school activities and
other community services or events.
*Help your kids have options for the future that
are more Attractive Than Being a Teen Parent.
Help them set meaningful goals. Talk regularly
about what it takes to reach.those goals.
*Know what your kids are reading, watching
and listening to. The media is full of material
sending the wrong messages. Talk with your kids
about what they see on t.v or listen to.
*Establish a strong relationship with your kids.
Express, love and affection often. Be supportive
and interested in what interests them. Help them
build self esteem. Make family time.


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Lifesaving
Watch any medical show
on TV and you're sure to see
someone performing car-
diopulmonary resuscitation
(CPR). It makes for dramatic
TV, and it's dramatic in real
life, too.
According to the Decem-
ber issue of Mayo Clinic
Women's HealthSource, im-
mediate CPR may more than
double the person's chance of
surviving a heart attack.
CPR is used in emer-
gency situations in which
breathing or heartbeat has
stopped. The technique com-
bines mouth-to-mouth
breathing with chest com-
pressions.
Quickly restoring blood
flow is important, because
when the heart stops and
blood flow is interrupted, ir-
reparable brain damage can
occur in just a few minutes.
Death can occur in eight to
10 minutes.
CPR isn't new it was


CPR Skills
introduced in the 1950s -
but guidelines have been re-
vised in recent years to keep
up with new science. The
most recent revisions were in
2005, and as a result, Ameri-
can Heart Association guide-
lines now call for people per-
forming CPR to give 30 chest
compressions (instead of 15)
for every two breaths to help
maintain blood flow with
fewer interruptions.
To refresh your skills or
learn how to perform CPR,
it's recommended that. you
take an accredited first aid
training course through the
American Red Cross, a local
hospital or community center.
Too busy to go to class?
The American Heart Associa-
tion now offers an at-home
training kit designed to teach
the basics of CPR in about 22
minutes. It costs less than
$30 and includes an inflat-
able CPR manikin and an in-
structional DVD.


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HEALTH & NUTRIl'TION


Got Guilt? Here Are Tips On How To Cope


You ate cake for break-
fast, yelled at your husband
on his way out the door, and
haven't walked the dog all
week.
Feel guilty? You bet.
But guilt isn't all bad. A
healthy sense of guilt can
motivate you to do what's
right and to consider the
consequences of your ac-
tions.
But, on the other hand,


guilt can be harmful. If feel-
ing bad about your actions
has progressed to feeling
bad about your entire per-
son feeling shame, in
other words then guilt
has taken a destructive turn.
If guilt is causing you to
feel unworthy, anxious or
depressed, it's a good idea
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October issue of Mayo
Clinic Women's Health-
Source could help:
1. Assess the serious-
ness of the situation
Start by asking
yourself some
questions., on
Whom have I /
hurt and how
has it affected
that person?
Were there
other, /
better
choices I
could
have
made? ,
H o w
would I
assess
this situation for a friend?
2. Determine your
level of responsibility
Were others involved
in creating the events that
led to your guilty feelings?
Were some elements be-
yond human control? What
can you do about the con-
sequences?
3. Try to resolve mat-
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sequences of your action.
Doing something late may
be better than doing noth-
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about yelling at your
Si- husband and ne-
Sglecting the dog,
take the dog for
a long walk
and leave
your hus-


don' t
know
what
you'd do
without
him.
4
Seek
forgiveness
If you've hurt some-
one, ask for forgiveness
and then make amends as
best you can.
5. Let go
Once you've done
everything you can,
move on. Learn your les-
son, but let go of self-
punishing thoughts. Re-
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January 11, 2007, 6:00 PM
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SCHOOL &





EDUCATION


Science Teachers Selected

For Grant Participation





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Something to tempt anyappetite.


PAEC Administrator Neal Meadows presents Hose
Marie McHugh with her selection letter.


Madison County High
science teacher, Rose Marie
McHugh, was selected by the
district's superintendent for a
unique training opportunity
made possible by a $25,000
grant from Progress Energy.
The timing of this train-
ing is critically important be-
cause, in 2006-2007, student
FCAT science scores are tied
to school grades. "Because
science is a field that
changes daily due to re-
search, it is important to stay
abreast of new develop-
ments," said Brenda Crouch,
a consultant with the Pan-
handle Area Educational
Consortium (PAEC).
"One of the best ways to
stay current is to attend a na-
tional conference that offers
pre-conference institutes and
more than 1,200 concurrent
sessions for science educa-
tors. Professional develop-
ment of this caliber is expen-
sive, and our small, rural dis-
tricts cannot afford to pay for
teachers to attend the confer-
ence and for travel costs as-
sociated with attendance."
That is, until now.
McHugh joins eight other
science teachers from north-
west Florida who will attend
the 55th Annual National
Science Teachers Associa-
tion National Conference
March 29-April 1 in St.
Louis, thanks to Progress En-
ergy.
PAEC received the grant
to pay conference registra-
tion and travel costs for one
science educator from north-
west Florida school districts
served by Progress Energy-
Gulf, Franklin, Wakulla, Jef-
ferson, Madison, Taylor, Lib-
erty, Gadsden and Hamilton.
As grant partners, these dis-
tricts will pay for travel costs
associated with conference
planning and post-confer-
ence activities, as well as for
substitute teachers during the
conference.
The grant's objectives
are:
SExpose teachers from
low socio-economic status
and rural areas to current, re-
search-evidenced content,
pedagogy and embedded
technology to enhance teach-
ers' ability to meet Florida's
educational goal of increas-
ing rigor and relevance in
middle and high school sci-
ence classrooms.
Develop a capacity for
transferal, sharing and dis-
semination of science infor-
mation to other students and
teachers via online and
broadcast.
Raise academic
achievement of students in


areas served by Progress En-
ergy, statewide, and possibly
nationally, as teachers infuse
the acquired skills and updat-
ed science content knowl-
edge into their daily practice
and share those skills via
broadcast.
"These teachers will de-
velop lesson plans and pro-
vide leadership at the district
level to ensure their new
knowledge transfers to other
science teachers and into the
classroom," Mrs. *Crouch
added. As a grant partner,
PAEC will coordinate the
teachers' pre- and post-con-
'ference activities as well as
administer grant funds.
Videographers from
PAEC's Florida Education
Channel (FEC) will record
teachers discussing their les-
son plans and edit these pre-
sentations into broadcast-
quality productions. FEC is
available nationwide on
DISH Network on 9418,
thanks to a public service
agreement.
Progress Energy Com-
munity Relations Manager
Larry Watson said, "At
Progress Energy, we under-
stand the importance of our
educational systems to the
local communities through-
out our service territory. Our
continued support and com-
Smitment to education helps
improve the quality of life in
the panhandle region."
PAEC is Florida's oldest
regional educational service
organization and has as its
mission to help school dis--
tricts attain highest student
achievement, student by stu-
dent across the consortium.
By Florida statute, PAEC is
owned and governed by its
member school districts:
Calhoun, FSU Schools, Inc.,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Liberty, Madison, Taylor,
Wakulla, Walton and Wash-
ington, with Washington
County serving as the con-
sortium district of record.
Progress Energy (NYSE:
PGN), headquartered in
Raleigh, N.C., is a Fortune
250 diversified energy com-
pany with more than 24,000
megawatts of generation ca-
pacity and $9 billion in an-
nual revenues. The compa-
ny's holdings include two
electric utilities serving
more than 2.9 million cus-
tomers in North Carolina,
South Carolina and Florida.
Progress Energy also in-
cludes nonregulated opera-
tions covering merchant
generation, energy market-
ing and natural gas explo-
ration.


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SPORTS



Cowboys Place Fourth in Walton Sun Holiday Tournament


By Gabe Thompson
Greene Publishing Inc.
From December 27th un-
til December 30th, the Madi-
son County High School bas-
ketball team participated in
the Walton Sun Holiday Tour-
nament for the first time. 16
teams competed in the tourna-
ment from five different
states.


Madison started the tour-
nament playing against last
year's tournament winner,
Cookeville, TN. The Cow-
boys defeated Cooke-ville
(56-54) behind DeAngelo
Tucker and Tony Brown.
Tucker scored 20 points, and
Brown scored 19 points.
"This victory gave us some
confidence and let us think we


had a chance to win the whole
thing," stated Coach Eddie
Richie.
The next day they faced
Maclay High from Tallahas-
see. "Maclay had beaten the
district rivals Florida High
and Taylor County," stated
Richie. Madison beat them in
a hard fought game (56-54)
behind the scoring of DeAn-


gelo Tucker and Tony Brown.
Tucker scored 15 points, and
Brown scored 10. Richie
said, "We beat them by three
in a defensive battle thanks to
four three pointers by DeAn-
gelo Tucker. He had three in
the last two minutes of the
game."
On Friday, Madison
played against Nashville


Christian High, TN. In a twist
of fate, they defeated Madi-
son (62-32). This loss put the
Cowboys out of any chance
of winning the tournament.
Saturday, they played a
rough Buckhom, Ala., team.
Madison led the entire
game until the last four min-
utes. Madison lost the game
(63-57). Xavier Tillman


scored 18 points in the close
defeat.
Richie said, "Overall,
I'm pleased to say we placed
fourth out of 16 quality
teams."
Tony Brown made "All
Tournament Team" averag-
ing 10.5 points per game,
and seven rebounds per
game.


Cowboy Basketball Gets Donation

From United Steel Workers Local 1192




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Howard Pickels, right, presents Eddie Richie, left,
Coach for the MCHS Varsity Boys Basketball Team a
check for $625. The donation helped send the team to
Freeport state tournament.
Howard Pickels is the President of the United
Steelworkers International Union, Local 1192, which
represents the workers of Buckeye Technologies in
Perry. The membership of Local 1192 is proud that it
can help the youth of the community every chance
that it gets and encourages everyone to do the same.
Howard encourages everyone to come out and
support your Cowboys.
Good luck, Cowboys!


Bernard Brinson Is Up For "Old Spice


Red Zone Player Of The Year"


Bernard Brinson has
been nominated for the
"Old Spice Red Zone Play-
er of the Year:'
By Gabe Thompson
Greene Publishing Inc.
Madison County High
School senior Bernard
Brinson has been nominat-
ed for the "Old Spice Red
Zone Player -o the Year."
Brinson has been. chosen
out of a group of players


that are eligible to be se-
lected for this award.
Old Spice is giving out
this award to high school
players who go above and
beyond the call of duty and
score a lot of touchdowns
in the red zone. These ath-
letes are to show leader-
ship, performance, desire,
and they should be an ex-
ample to their teammates
when they are on and off
the football field.
Coaches from across
the country nominate one
player of their team as their
player of the year. The top
50 high school players of
the year will be awarded as
the "Old Spice Red Zone
Players of the Year."
To just be nominated
for the Red Zone Player of
the Year earns a certificate
of acknowledgement for the
accomplishment. Winning
the award is rewarded with
a plaque and other awards.


Coach Frankie Carroll
stated, "This is a big honor,
and this is good for the
school and the county.
Bernard is a great player,
and he finally stayed
healthy all year."
"This is a big award, it
took a lot of hard work,"
stated Brinson. "It would
be something really special
to win this award."


Brinson had no idea
that he was going to be
nominated for the award.


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puppies (rednose pit) $250 each. Brand new never titled 32 wide E ARE LOOKIN FO R LON T RM cation classes needed at North
Call April (954) 592-5098 or (954) includes set-up & delivery for WE ARE LOOKING FOR LONFlorida Community College Career
592-9530. only $39,995 Call Matt- (386) D E E Rand Technical Center. Primary
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Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848

We Do Backhoe &
Front End Loader Work.
By The Hour Or By The Job.
386-364-8393 or 386-208-9792
Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326
I build sheds, decks, handicap
ramps, exterior carpentry work,
window and door replacement.
Call Bob: 850-242-9342







Lincoln Towncar
1995 Signiture Series, Light
Green, Leather Seats, PS, PW,
PL, Cruise, AM/FM/Caasette,
4.6 Liter, 135,000 miles. Very
Good Excellent Condition.
$4,000. OBO Call 973-4141

81' Ford Stepside
Last year of the full size Ranger.
Runs Great! $2,500 obo Call 929-
2897





Nationwide Appliance
Washers, dryers, refrigerators, and
stoves, all starting at $125 with a 1-
year warranty. Need service?
Same day service available. Call
(229)247-2710

Liquidation Sale on all storage
buildings, utility and cargo trail-
ers Save $200 or more. See them
at Corbetts Moblie Home Center
in Live Oak 386-362-4061


KING PILLOWTOP Mattress Set.
Brand new brand name. Must
move, $225. (850) 222-2113
Formal cherry dining room table,
leaf + 6 chairs. New in boxes, $450
(china cabinet & delivery avail-
able). 850-425-8374
New Queen Plush Orthopedic Pil-
lowtop Mattress Set in Sealed Plas-
tic, Warranty, Sacrfifice $299, Can
Deliver. 850-222-9879
King size bedroom set NEW bed,
chest, tv armoire, 2 nightstands,
$3,200 value, must sell $999. 850-
545-7112





Wanted peafowl. Need one ma-
ture male now before spring, but
will buy pairs if needed. Call 850-
973-6131 or 850-464-1165. Also
want guineas.






Ukulele Needed
Do you have a ukulele sitting
around the house? If so, how
about donating it to a church
group just organized. Call Mary
Ellen Greene at 973-4141 "









Learn something new about
your wet pets!
Pick up the latest
Aquarium Fish International
Magazine. Available at
CREATURES FEATURED
PET SHOP
Madison, FL 850-973-3488

Critter Sitter
We come to your pet or livestock!
Services include; feed/water, walk,
check mail, gates and lights while
your away on a business trip or va-
cation. Custom services our spe-
cialty. $10 each visit plus mileage.
References upon request.
Call Susan today 850-948-5097


2bdrm/1 bath MH in park on
Highway 53 in Madison,
$135/wk includes electric, ten-
ant to pay for propane.
Call Erin Levin
at 850-570-0459

Mobile Home For Rent
2bd, 2bth, mobile home located
near NFCC, no pets, no children,
non-smokers only. Call 1-850-578-
2287 after 5 p.m.
Madison Heights Apts. Section 8
apts. Designed for low-income
families. 1, 2, 3, & 4 bedroom apts.
Pick up application at 150 S.W.
Bumgardner Dr.

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liaison 0 apartments


HUD vouchers accepted. 1, 2, &
3 BR, HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY
711. 200 Southern Villas Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
HUD vouchers accepted Call 850-
973-3786 TTY Acs 711 "This in-
stitution is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."


Greenville Pointe

\,. Apartments

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 Opportunitl






Commercial
Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to city
utilities, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to 1-10,
via SR53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141







Block house for sale, 4 bed, 1
1/2 bath, price is negotiable.
House must be moved from
premises after sale. Located on
SR 255. 850-929-4616


Pioneer
Excavating &
Tractor Services
We do it all!
No Job Too Small
Free Estimates
Call Paul Kinsley
8502973-6326






I have owner financing for my
Mobile Homes with a Large
Cash down payment, no credit
needed, bad credit ok also. Call
Matt- (386) 867-3347

'93 Mobile Home 14x80
Manufacture: Fleetwood Weston
Features: Two bedroom, two bath,
large living room, kitchen bar, gar-
den tub, front porch, excellent con-
dition. Contact: Joel or Vanessa at
850-973-3979, leave message
Brand New 2007 28' wide
$36,995 set-up, del, a/c, skirting
included, 'call now to reserve
limited models available. Call
Matt- (386) 867-3347.

READY TO MOVE IN
Nice 1728 sq ft, 3br, 2ba, Double
Wide, .39 acre lot, central air,
appliances. $62,900, financing.
(866) 471-2005


Why buy a used home when you
can buy a brand new 4br 2 ba for
only $43,900 including set-up
delivery a/c skirting & steps.
Call Matt- (386) 867-3347


Must sell 2006 Homes of Merit
32 x 80 never titled for $69,995
will deliver, set-up, hook up, a/c
and skirt. Call Matt- (386) 867-
3347

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
2003 Horton 16 x 76, 2bdrm,
2bth, Master bdrm. has French
doors to bthrm. W/garden tub, dou-
ble vanity, separate Stand-up show-
er. Fridge, range, dishwasher in-
cluded Large rooms, Very clean!!!
Asking payoff of approx. $25,000
850-838-6832 'or 941-505-1484
Perfect for DOC employees. Set up
in staff housing at Taylor C.I. Oth-
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P ishing, In
General News /School Re-
porter needed. Must be a team
player, able to handle multiple
tasks, and be able to cover a va-
riety of stories. Experience in
writing/reporting preferred.
Must have an excellent knowl-
edge of English grammar and its
proper usage. Apply in person
only at the Madison County Car-
rier newspaper office, located at
1695 South SR 53.

Now Hiring welders and fabrica-
tors, Class D and A licensed dri-
vers, minimum 2 years experience.
Call for appointment at 850-929-
4977 or fax resume to 850-929-
4941. Madison Recycling Equip.,
LLC.
Local thriving company seeks
qualified individual for an Of-
fice/Clerical Position. Duties too
varied and diverse to be classified
in any specific office clerical occu-
pation.
Full-time, Permanent: Due to
company growth, we are seeking a
self-motivated person who is will-
ing to grow with the company.
Education: High
school graduate.
Skills & Experience: 2 years of re-
cent office experience.
Candidates must be detail orient-
ed, have great communication
skills, an upbeat personality, be
able to multitask, and desire to
work on a team.
Knowledge of desktop manage-
ment and good typing skills are a
must.
Experience with MS Word and Ex-
cel, calculator, fax, copier and oth-
er general office skills and knowl-
edge of general office equipment is
required.
Job Description: Compile data,
compute fees and charges, and pre-
pare invoices for billing purposes.
Perform any combination of rou-
tine calculating, posting, verifying
data, and maintaining accounting
records pertaining to business
transactions.
Clerical duties include a combina-
tion of answering telephones, book-
keeping, typing or word process-
ing, office machine operation, fil-
ing and other duties as assigned.
Salary & Benefits: Pay commen-
surate with experience; 401(k);
health benefits; paid holidays, va-
cation and sick leave.
Please fax resume to
850-973-2408

Dept of Health
Madison Dept of Health
Madison Co. Health Department
Family Support Worker
Healthy Start Program
# 64068806
Annual salary starting at
$21,581.00
State Benefits
Fax App to (904) 636-2627
Or Mail app to
State of Florida People First
Staffing Administration
PO Box 44058
Jacksonville, FL 32231-4058
Contact
People First @ 1-877-562-7287
or (850) 973-5000
Closes 01/17/07
Fingerprinting Required
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Water and Electricity
Available

Call Butch Peacock

850-545-6787


Suwannee Health Care is seeking
a Staffing Coordinator. Must
have a positive attitude, good orga-
nizational skills, computer knowl-
edge and must be able to work well
with others. Please contact Angela
Akins at 386-362-7860 or apply at
1620 E. Helvenston St. Live Oak,
FL 32064. Delta Health Groups.
EOE/V/D/M/F
Position now available
.Order Entry/Imaging
Looking for a person that is self
motivated with great organizational
skills. Person must be able to key
55 correct wpm and work flexible
house. Job will require some physi-
cal labor and maintenance/mechan-
ical skills. Basic office skills, orga-
nizational skills and ability to prior-
itize work a must.
Benefits, competitive wage & op-
portunity for growth. Please mail
resume to the following: Corporate
Graphics 240 SW Commerce Dri-'
ve, PO Box 650, Madison, FL
32341 or fax to: 850-973-1377
Attn: Sherry Finney
APALACHEE CENTER
PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
.#2193
Requires a master's degree with a
major in the field of Counseling,
Social Work, Psychology, Nursing,
Rehabilitation, Special Education,
Health Education, or a related hu-
man-services fieldandthree years.
of full-time or equivalent profes-
sional experience, or a Bachelor's
degree with a major in a human ser-
vices field and five years of full-
time or equivalent professional ex-
perience. Supervisory and case
management experience preferred.
Call or Visit: (850) 523-3217 or
(800) 226-2931, www.apalachee-
centeriorg, Human Resources,
2634-J Capital Circle NE Tallahas-
see, FL 32308. An Equal Opportu-
nity/Affirmative Action Employ-
er/Drug Free Workplace.
Earn fees of $2,500 to $5,000 daily
referring apartment buildings for
sale by owners to me. Contact Uni-
versal 147, SW Owendale Ave.
Greenville, FL 32331
CADD TECHNICIANS Positions
for individuals with CADD experi-
ence. Competency with Land De-
velopment Desktop 2004 required.
Send resume to PO Box 727, Madi-
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Food service personnel/cook for
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have food production experience,
clean background and drug screen-
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In 2007 Start Your Own Business
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Assistant Managers
The time is now! The place is Fast
Track Foods. Fast growing conve-
nience store group is now accepting
applications for the Madison area.
Must be dependable, honest, able to
work flexible hours. We offer com-
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incentives, fun, paid holidays and
vacations and much more. Don't
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


File Number:


IN RE: ESTATE OF

HARRY SAMUEL BASS, JR.,
Deceased.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the estate of HARRY SAMUEL BASS, JR., de-
ceased. File 2006 -131-CP is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address of which is Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW
Range Avenue, Madison, Florida 32340. The name and address of the personal repre-
sentative and of the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

All persons on whom this notice is served who have objections that chal-
lenge the qualifications of the personal representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three months
after the date of the first publication of this notice must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands
against the estate of the decedent must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of the first publication of this Notice is January 5, 2007.


Attorney For Personal Representative:

/s/
T. BUCKINGHAM BIRD
P. 0. Box 247
Road
Monticello, FL 32345
850-997-3503
FL Bar ID #0006176


Is/
TAMMY D.BASS
1618 SW Moseley Hall

Madison, Florida 32340


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN RE: THE ESTATE OF


MARY C. BEVAN


Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS


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286 NE Luunt Road 2.5, PO) BR 68
Lee, Florida 32059
Phone: 850-971-5867

STown of Lee, Madison, Florida, will receive sealed proposals for: CONSULTING SER-
VICES FOR GRANT APPLICATIONSS, ENGINEERING & RELATED SERVICES.

Sealed proposals will be received by TOWN OF LEE, Florida at 286 NE County Road
255, PO Box 68, Madison FL 32340 until 2:00 PM on THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,
2007. Proposals received after the designated time and/or date will not be considered.

Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Town of Lee on the above ap-
pointed date and time. Late submittals will be returned to the sender unopened. En-
velopes must be clearly marked with the RFP number, time and date of opening.


Mail or deliver to:


Town of Lee
286 NE County Road 255, PO Box 68
Lee, Florida 32059


Attn: Ms. Cheryl Archambault

Scope: Includes, but is not limited to; consulting services to provide Consulting Ser-
vices For Grant Application(s), Engineering & Related Services, including compliance
with all applicable Town of Lee, state and federal laws, statutes, administrative rules,
contract provisions, acts and procedural requirements ad in accordance with CDBG,
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Copies of the Documents may be obtained from Town of Lee, Florida at 286 NE Coun-
ty Road 255, PO Box 68, Madison FL 32340.

Town of Lee reserves the right to: waive any technicalities; reject any and all propos-
,als which are incomplete, conditional, non-responsive, or which contain additions not
allowed for; reject any or all proposals in whole or in part with or without cause; and
accept the proposal which best serves the utility.

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IN THE CIRCA( Il OF THE 3rd JLIDICI \L CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY

HSBC Bank USA, N.A, as Indenture
Trustee for the registered Noteholders of
Renaissance Home Equity Loan Trust 2005-
4, Renaissance Home Equity Loan 'Asset-.
Backed Notes, Series
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Plaintiff,


-vs.-


Pedro Ayala; Arthur G. Smith; Florida D.
Smith; Unknown Parties In Possession #1;
Unknown Parties In Possession #2, If Liv-
ing, And All Unknown Parties Claiming By,
Through, Under And Against The Above
Named Defendant(S) Who Are Not Known
To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Said Un-
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Spouses, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Or Oth-
er Claimants


Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY

TO:

Pedro Ayala, WHOSE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 347 NORTHEAST RIDGE
LOOP,
MADISON, FLORIDA 32340.

Residence unknown, if living, including any unknown spouse of the said
Defendants, if either has remarried and if either or both of said Defen-
dants are dead, their respective unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, creditors, lienors, and trustees, and all other persons claiming
by, through, under or against the named Defendants); and the afore-
mentioned named Defendants) and such of the aforementioned un-
known Defendants and such of the aforementioned unknown Defen-
dants as may be infants, incompetents or otherwise not sui juris.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been commenced to
foreclose a mortgage on the following real property, tying and being and situated in
Madison County, Florida, more particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 132, CHER-
RY LAKE FARMS SUBDIVISION NO. 4, AS PER MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK ONE, PAGE "C", OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, PUBLIC RECORDS, SAID POINT
ALSO BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING RUN SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY OF RIDGE ROAD ON A CURVE CONCAVE TO
THE SOUTHEAST HAVING A CHORD OF SOUTH 63 DEGREES, 29
MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST, 167.30 FEET, THENCE LEAVING
SAID RIGHT OF WAY RUN NORTH 15 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 11
SECONDS WEST, 283.81 FEET, THENCE NORTH 68 DEGREES 04
MINUTES 43 SECONDS EAST, 148.96 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 18
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 52 SECONDS EAST, 268.86 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

more commonly known as 347 Northeast Ridge Loop, Madison, FL 32340.

This action has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defense, if any, upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP, Attorneys for
Plaintiff, whose address is 10004 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 112, Tampa, FL 33618
within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this notice and file the original with
the clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately there
after; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on the 29 day of December 2006.


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