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I A I B B A r 0 < < ) = r n t b t fE A 0 2 ( = 2 < & < A < ( B ) 0 0 2 ) A f & < 2 2 < A 0 < A B f ) = 0 A 0 E B I A 0 ( ) = = ) 0 A t E I A D C A B 0 A 2 < ( = B A B A 0 E B I A G ) B A G < A A H 2 ) A B 0 B A 0 G A B B A G < G 0 E A B A 0 ( 0 G < = A ) A E ) 0 < 2 0 ( < B A f ) = 0 A 0 E B I G A B I A 2 E < = $ 0 0 A ) = E < 5 0 2 = 2 < & < G 0 < + = A 0 < A A 2 < ) F B A ) ( = E < A = < F ) = A < B B A 2 = A ) = E < 0 2 ) = A < E E < = A A = B ) = A < ) = + A 2 < 0 A 0 < A 0 ( E ) B ) = A B < 0 E & A B f ( < B A 0 ( E ) B I A B ) & A I = B 3 4 5 A A A = 0 A 2 < 0 ( F ) = A B ) 0 A < 0 & ) ( B ) 0 A 0 < A 0 E ) B ) = B B A H A B A r B ) 0 ( A 0 0 A b = E < A < 0 ( & < A = B < = A I < B ) & A G A $ 0 0 ( 2 ) A & B A 2 < 0 ( & < = A 0 < A ) 2 < 0 F ) & 0 = A B B A < A < I A ) 2 5 A A A 2 < 0 F ) = A G I A B 0 A = E < A B 0 = 0 E ) B I A ! 0 < B = A B B & 0 A 0 F A A I 0 ) ) E A r b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r b 5 A b A B A 0 ( E ) B I A ) = A A = = A r ) B A 0 0 G < = A < ( ) F A A F A 2 < B A ) = ( 0 E B > A ) A ) B A ) = A = = ) & B A A B A 2 < B ) = 0 E B A A = 0 A 0 < B 5 f ) = 0 A 0 E B I A A A = = A ) & B t b f n n n n n r f r b n t r t f b t b n r t r r n n r f n b t n b n f t b r t r b f ) G 2 0 ) B = A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A D < 0 E A f ) = 0 C ( ? 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A B 0 A , A B < ( 5 A A I A B A 0 0 G ( < A G 0 A ) F = A ) < B I < 0 = = A B A < 0 A < 0 B A = ) + 0 A ) = A , 0 G B 0 A B < A A F < 0 E A B A < < ) = 5 B A B A t E I A / A 0 E ( B I A 0 ) = = ) 0 A B ( ) & A ) & 2 A G < A B A 0 ) = ( = ) 0 < = A B B A I A < ( 2 ) < = A E < B + G 0 E A A A 8 0 & < G ( 0 E B A 2 < 0 = = 9 = ) A 0 < A I B ) & 0 E A A 0 A B A 0 2 < B B A A B 0 A ( B < ) A G B A I A E ( < B A , A B B 0 , 2 = A < B A A = B & < 0 E A 0 < A 0 B < A F ( < 7 A A B ) A B B A G = + 0 G A ) B A G = A B 0 0 A ( & < 0 E = A B 0 A = A ) A G ) B A F I A 6 E ) 2 B 5 8 < A 0 E A = B ) , A A F ) B I A E < A B B < 0 9 A A = ) A B A B t E I A D C A B ) & 5 A A 8 b B 0 E A A B G 0 A B A 2 0 < A ) B A 0 E A A # K A B 2 5 9 A < A ) = A E = B A 0 G I A 0 A + 0 G ) & A E B ) B A & ) < ) & A < 0 2 B = A ) B = A = ) B A B = B ( ) & A G ) B A 0 < ) & = A & < 0 E ( 2 B < B ) & < < 5 A A A & < 0 E A = B ( ) ) B I A = B E I A G ) , A 0 E = ) I A 0 A B A < 0 G I ) B = A A B A 0 E B I ; = < ) & B ( 0 ( G I A 2 < 0 2 < B I 0 A A = ) A B 0 A = A ) G B A ) = A = B ) , A B < A G ) , = B I A 2 E B A ) A B A E B E < 5 A < A A & ) ) B = A G 0 < + A G ) B ) A A 0 E ( 2 A 0 A G + = A A ) & ( 2 A 0 2 = A B 0 A F A B < = E B = A 0 & A G ) B A B = B ) B A 0 = B A 0 < A I 0 < < B ) F A B ) 0 < I A 0 < A B A 0 ) = ( = ) 0 < = ; A 0 = ) < B ) 0 I A B ) < A < = B A B ) & ) A 2 B < A G ) G ) , A A = I 2 B 5 A 1 K 5 f G ) A B ' 0 A 2 2 < = A B 0 A A 0 ( ) & A ) B = A 0 G 5 A A 8 b A B < I A B 0 A & 0 I A B < A F < I A B G 0 A 0 < B < A I = A A + 0 A ) B 9 A = ) A ) & 2 5 A < + = A ) A B A < 0 ( G I A = A B 0 A F A & 0 B ( B A A ) B B A G ) < A = A B = 0 2 ) & A = ) = A 0 A B = ) + 0 A 2 E , A G I A = B < B A = B B ) & A B 0 G < = B A B < A E B A ) B A 0 = ; B 2 2 < A B 0 A A & < 0 G ) & 5 A A A 0 ) = = ) 0 < = E . ) 0 E = I A 2 2 < 0 F B A & ) < ) & A < ; = G 0 < + A 0 < < 5 b n t n f n r & ) # ) ( ) + ) 0 # ( # ( % ) & $ ) r & ) # 2 " + ) ) 0 ( ) + + # ) ( ) ( 2 ) & % ( ) 0 ) + ) + ) & # 2 + & 2 + b n t n f n r ( # & ) / # 0 ) + % + ) ( " * + ( # , # + ) f b t t f r n f b I A t = = ) A 5 A 0 H r n t b t f= B ! A ( < A < 0 B 0 < A f < ( 0 A E ) 0 : = A 0 A G ) , A F ) , A B A B A f ) ( = 0 A 0 E B I A 0 E < B 0 E = . H A A A 0 G , A 0 A f 0 I A E & E = B % A B 0 A B A 0 ( 0 ( 0 G ) B A ) B ) J = A ) & = = ) = B A ) & A G ) B ) = = E = A = E A = A 0 ) E < ) B I A f ) < A B ( < = A ! ) < = A B = ) ) & < B ) 0 A B A b 0 < A I A < A & I 5 A A A = B ! A < G ) , A A B A B A f ) = 0 0 E B I A 0 E < B 0 E = . H A 0 B A 0 ) + I A B < B A ) A B 0 ) = = ) 0 A 0 < ( < 0 0 A < 0 A 1 K A 5 5 A B 0 1 1 C K A 5 5 A = B ! A < G ) , A A B A A 0 G , A 0 B A 0 A A D # # < 0 A 1 C K A 2 5 5 A B 0 A C A 2 5 5 0 < A 0 < A ) 0 < ( B ) 0 A 0 E B A B A 0 ) 0 A 0 E < = A , A 3 # K 4 # / / ( / 1 K K 5 A b f r n t f I A t = = ) A 5 A 0 H r n t b t f5 A f ) = 0 0 E B I A < ( < ) <' = A < ( ) F A A < 2 0 < B A 0 A G A = 5 A A < = ( ) B A < ( ) F A 2 0 A , < 0 A = ( < G 0 A ( F ) = B B A = G 0 < + A 0 < f ) < 0 = 0 B A B A 0 2 E B ( < A A < B A B B B A ) B A A = < F ) 5 A = < A F ) = B A < = ) B A B B A = A = = A B 0 A B 0 2 E B < 5 A A < = ) B B 0 A B A = < A B B ) B A G = A A = A A E & E 2 5 A b A = 0 0 A ) ( ) & A B 0 A A < 0 A f ) ( < 0 = 0 B A B A = E 2 2 0 < B , = A I 0 E A f ) < 0 = 0 B A ( F ) = = A B B A I 0 E A = 0 E 0 B A 2 E < = A I A = 0 B ( G < A 0 < A = < F ) = A = + A ) A B < A ) = A A A 0 < = E = < ) 2 B ) 0 A = = 0 ) B ( A G ) B A B A 8 = < F ) 9 A ) A B < A ) = A & E 2 5 A f ) < 0 = 0 B A = 0 A ( F ) = = A B 0 A F < A & ) F A 0 ( B < 0 A 0 A I 0 E < A 0 2 E B < B 0 A A B ) < A 2 < B I A E = = I 0 E A A 0 < A B B A ) B ) = A A & ) B ) B A < 2 < ( = B B ) F A 0 A A 0 2 E B ( < A = E 2 2 0 < B A B A G ) B G 0 A I 0 E A < A ( < I A A E = ( B 0 < 5 = 0 A I 0 E = 0 E F < 2 < 0 F ) I 0 E < < ) B < A 0 < A ( . ) A ) ( 0 < B ) 0 A B 0 = 0 0 A ) ( ) & A B 0 A A < 0 A f ) ( < 0 = 0 B A B A = E 2 2 0 < B 5 0 A 0 A B A = B B A = < = A E = A < ) 0 G = A 2 = + ) 0 G = A < F ) A ( B < A f ) < 0 = 0 B A E 2 2 0 < B A f ) < 0 = 0 B E 2 2 0 < B A ) 0 G = ) A 2 < B B E 2 2 0 < B A < 0 E 2 A A f ) ( < 0 = 0 B A = < A F 0 2 B A 3 f ) < 0 = 0 B A A A 4 5 A b A I 0 E A A B B A I 0 E F A A A F ) B ) A 0 = E A B ) F ) B I A 0 < A F . 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C ( % K K 1 5 r r n f n b t r n n r I A t = = ) A 5 A 0 H r n t b t f) = B < ) B A D A ) B I 0 ) = ( = ) 0 < A b 0 2 = 0 A A A 0 ( E ) B I A B ) & A 0 . = I A t E I A D C A B # C K A 2 5 5 A ) A B A f ) ( = 0 A 0 E B I A E ) A ) ( < < I 5 A < A & E = B = 2 + < A G = A n A , 0 A B A 0 < ) A & E 0 A ) B ) = 5 A A ) = A B 0 2 ) A 0 ) = E = = ) 0 A G = A ) B I E & B = 5 , A ) = E = = B B A B A ) B I A 0 A f ) ( = 0 A ) = A A B 0 A 0 , B A 2 < 0 2 < B I A B H A G ) B 0 E B A ) B & 0 ) & A B 0 A B A = B B 5 A 2 < 0 2 < B I A B H A = A H ) E A 0 A 1 K A ) = 5 A < A < A B < B H = A B B A B A ) B I A 0 , B A B B A B A = B B G ) , A 0 B A & B A A = < A 0 A B I A < A B A E B ) ) B I b n t n n r , % + ( & & ) & ) + # ) r # # , % ) ' ( # 2 # ( ) 2 # + # r # 2 r ) ' # , # ) ( + ( ) ) ( ) ( ( 2 & 2 b b b r f n b b n f t f t b f r b t f n f r b n t n n r ) ( + + ( + r + # 4 & ) ) & # ( ( + / # # r ) ( 2 r ) ' # , # ) ( ) ) ( + & ) ( 2 ) ( # + # + ) r & , # r + # ( ) r & , / ( ( 1 & # ( ( 4 ) ( 0 + # ( ) + ) ) 0 ( + # ( ( # ( ) + ) + + , # & & 2 # 2 + # ( # & & ) ) 3 + + + ) & ) + # + t ( ) # ) ( r ) ( 2 f # & # ( + ( 0 ) # ( ( 2 ( 2 ) + ) & & # ( ( ) & & # ( " & ) / # ) ( r + # ( & , & / & n ) ( + + n ( r ) ( 2 r ) ' # , # ) ( r # + # ( + # % b b f t b
National Security The Palestinians and Israelis are going at it again, or more precisely, the terrorist organization Hamas headquartered in Gaza is combating Israel as they periodically do. The latest round of ghting was triggered a month ago when three Israeli (including an American with dual citizenship) teenagers were abducted in the West Bank and murdered. In retaliation, Jewish thugs murdered a Palestinian teenager. In response to these crimes, the Israelis quickly captured those responsible for the murder of the Palestinian; they will be prosecuted. In contrast, the Palestinians have celebrated the murder of the Israeli teenagers and proclaimed the murderers as heroes. Then on the opposite side of Israel in Gaza, Hamas began to re rockets at Israel's population centers. The Israelis, ever vigilant to attack from any corner, have intercepted most of the rockets with their Iron Dome missile defense system. Apparently, Iron Dome has a success rate approaching 90 percent. Hamas are also tunnel rats' and have inltrated Israel with terrorists in an attempt to murder and kidnap Israeli citizens. It is easier to spot and attack rocket launchers than underground tunnels which are quite sophisticated. I understand that Israeli scientists are hurriedly seeking technology that will enable them to detect the tunnels while they are being dug. Why they haven't done this before is a bit of a mystery. The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has also attacked Gaza, using precision weapons to target rocket launchers and tunnels. When air power had reached its limits of effectiveness, the Israeli Army attacked across the Gaza border to target Hamas. Through all of this mess, Hamas has hidden their ghters among the Palestinian civilians (and often where children are located such as schools, orphanages and hospitals) which means that civilian casualties will rise. This is in violation of the international Law of Armed Conict (LOAC) which Hamas disregards since it is in their propaganda interest to pile up bodies. Now I have some experience with ducking rockets. In the spring of 1972, I was ying Phantoms from an airbase near the port city of DaNang, South Vietnam. Within miles south of the base was a North Vietnamese artillery battalion that had been there for years. Their job was to harass our ying operations with occasional attacks using 122mm Katyusha rockets. In the ten weeks I spent at DaNang, we were rocketed 13 times. They always came at night. A light attack was ve rockets; a heavy one 15. Imagine waking up from a dead sleep to the sound of warning sirens and stumbling through the dark in the search of shelter. That happened to me repeatedly. A rocket has no guidance system which distinguishes it from a missile which is a guided rocket. A rocket is aimed; then the motor is ignited and off it goesin a hurry. When the rocket motor burns out, ballistics take over and the spent rocket falls to earth where upon contact, the warhead detonates spreading shrapnel far and wide. This is what is happening over Israel where Hamas has red more than two thousand rockets from Gaza into the Jewish state. They are indiscriminate, again because there is no guidance system. They might fall into the desert, or hit a school; it makes no difference to Hamas. The rockets are a weapon of terror and that is their objective to terrorize the Israelis. They might hit and kill Israeli Muslims (a quarter of Israel's population); Hamas doesn't care. The more victims, the better. The Hamas propaganda machine will blame all deaths on the Jews. Unfortunately, nave people believe them. Hamas, whom the people of Gaza elected to represent them when Israel vacated in 2005, could stop this war immediately by halting the rocket attacks. They won't until they don't have any left. Then they'll begin stockpiling weapons for the next excuse to terrorize the Jewish state. This is an asymmetric war since the Israeli military machine is so much more sophisticated than Hamas' and the fact that Israel plays by the rules whereas Hamas does not. Hamas can only win the public relations war.' Since Hamas will only stop when they have destroyed Israel and killed every last Jew, Israel's only solution is to destroy Hamas. In this respect, Hamas is like al-Qaeda. We will only defeat Islamic Jihadism when it has been destroyed. The president may declare the war over, but that only is true when the enemy capitulates. And make no mistake the Jihadists are our sworn enemy. In today's world of Internet and high speed knowledge, there has been much talk that the printed newspaper is dying out. Some think that the newspapers of this world are standing on their last leg and their life-span is limited. I think not! It is true that many newspapers have folded, and gone out of business in the last few years, but so have many other businesses (which I blame on Washington DC and our "leaders" but that's another column). Newspapers are like any other business if they lose enough money for long enough, they will go out of business. Despite popular belief, newspapers are a business just like any other business. To survive, they must show a prot. With the economy being what it is, for the last several years, there are businesses all over this nation, newspapers and non-newspapers, feeling the crunch of the times. I read a column a few years ago that said when the AM radio came along; people had predicted that the days of the newspaper were numbered. Radio could get a story out in minutes; newspapers took hours. Then when FM radio came along, people had predicted that the days of the AM radio were numbered. Then came television. The talk was that television would take the place of radio; for TV had both sound and pictures. When cable television came along, it was predicted that the days of the local networks were numbered. Cable TV offered more channels and had movies with no commercials. And now.. the Internet is here and the talk is that the days of the newspaper are numbered. Again, I think not! It is true; some people have turned totally to the Internet. For others however, it will never happen when it comes to reading the local news. There's something about reading that paper, held in your hands, while eating breakfast, drinking coffee or enjoying some quite time, being able to look at the pictures and turn the pages. Something is lost when you turn that into a click of a button; and clipping out a newspaper picture/story, to hang on the refrigerator, just isn't quite the same if it's printed off a printer instead. With a printed version of the newspaper, you hold everything right there in your hands..your local news, school news and sports news, crossword puzzles, the local sales at the community stores, coupons...all with just a few turning of the pages. The fact of the matter is that newspapers feed a basic human need the need to know; and that need will never go away. The difference between big daily newspapers and small hometown newspapers is that the ONLY place to nd your local hometown news is IN your LOCAL NEWSPAPER. Thus, a big reason I believe that newspapers will not die out, anytime soon. The Internet is a great thing, however, and all newspapers seem to now have a version of their printed product on the web also. Some newspapers only have a few paragraphs of each story on the web (telling the reader to buy the printed version for the whole story), some newspapers put only some of the stories on the web (advising the reader to purchase the printed version in order to get all the stories), and yet other on-line newspapers are viewable at a subscription cost, and the newspaper can be read, in its entirety, on the web. Competition keeps us all on our toes, in life. The Internet is no different. Here at Greene Publishing, Inc.(the Madison County Carrier and the Madison EnterpriseRecorder) we are continuing to update our website regularly and make it more assessable and user-friendly. You can nd us at www.greenepublishing.com We have a lot of our local stories on our website, but not all the stories. You can nd ALL the stories in the papers sold around town, or we can mail you a paper, or by subscribing to our e-pub (see below). We also have our Internet publication (epublication/e-pub) of the newspaper. You can click the newspaper page by page and see everything that the printed version has to offer. The newest e-edition becomes available every Tuesday afternoon and Thursday afternoon. For a nominal fee of just $25 (for the entire year) you have all your local news a click away. If you haven't checked out the e-pub, you can see a sample at http://online.greenepublishing.com We thank you, our readers, for the years of support you have given us, and we hope to continue to better serve you in the upcoming months and years to come, both in print and on the web. If we can be of any service to you please call our ofce at 9734141. Until then..... I'll see you around the town.www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014 2 Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Emerald Greene Publisher Letter To The Editor Joe Boyles Guest Columnist Emerald's Gem Box Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted letters must be 600 words or less -Mayberry "Spider Man" Slugged Ofcer In Times Square A man dressed as Spider-Man was arrested on charges he slugged a police ofcer who told him to stop harassing tourists in Times Square. Junior Bishop, 25, of Brooklyn, was charged with assaulting an ofcer, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.Are Newspapers Dying Out? I Think Not.Rockets Red Glare BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Dear Editor:My husband and I have recently moved to Madison. What a quaint country town! Imagine my delight at hearing the clock downtown toll the hours. There are sidewalks, lined with benches, for waiting and relaxing. Families fill the sidewalks holding the hands of their little ones. We have frequented many of the businesses in Madison. We have always been greeted in the friendliest of terms. Some establishments are even more personal by wishing us a "blessed day." Where could one go to hear this nearly every day? Just before the Independence Day celebration, there was a banner over the main street declaring "A Celebration Honoring God and County." The sight of this declaration just thrilled me! Honestly, I felt that I was in Mayberry. The community spirit abounds, and we are very fortunate to be living in Madison. My final objective, now that we are almost settled in our home, is to find employment in Madison. This is important to me because I want to immerse in the community, and be a part of the rich Southern tradition I am enjoying so much. Sincerely, Peggy Minter In Support Of Our Department Of Corrections OfficersIhave read the recent news about the 2012 scalding death of one of our South Florida inmates. As the wife of a State Legislator and a person who has spent countless hours volunteering directly with inmates in the prisons, I share the distress over the allegations surrounding this horric tragedy. I feel compelled to tell "the rest of the story." There is another face to Corrections that is never presented to the general public. Of the 22,398 employees in the Department of Corrections the vast majority are honorable, caring men and women. I've listened to many inmates tell me about ofcers like Major Duncan, who "is rm, but very fair, he treats us like he really cares about us." I've watched Assistant Warden Jordan and his team as they've gathered up discarded doors and other materials to build a hydroponic garden for their inmates so they can learn a skill and have the satisfaction of working with growing plants inside the stark razor wire and hard concrete buildings. In the midst of this horrendous news could we also express appreciation and respect for these unsung public servants, the Correctional Ofcers who lay their lives on the line daily for long hours and minimal pay while putting their whole hearts into a job, sincerely longing and working to send prisoners back out of prison as productive citizens? 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AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014 4 Madison County Carrier Community CalendarAugust 1 The Madison County Cowboys Baseball team will be selling grilled chicken dinners, Friday, August 1, between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. Plates will include grilled chicken, green beans, coleslaw, roll, dessert and a drink for $5. Delivery will be available for individuals or businesses ordering three or more dinners. August 1 August 24 Taylor Gymnastics will be taking orders for donuts from Johnsons Bakery, August 1 until August 24, with fresh doughnuts delivered the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 9. Donuts are sold for $10/dozen and donut holes for $3/dozen. Anyone interested can contact Renee Demps at (850) 766-2868 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org All proceeds will go towards competition costs for next years competition season. August 5 Divine Events, 5806 N.E. Colin Kelly Hwy., is hosting a free CLA Estate Planning Workshop, Tuesday, Aug. 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m., providing valuable information for seniors on securing ones estate and retirement planning. You will receive a workbook and gain useful information you can act upon immediately. CLA Estate Services is a rm devoted to assisting area residents in protecting their assets and ensuring their money lasts. Seating is limited; please call 1-866-252-8721 to conrm your attendance. We hope the information presented will help you have a better understanding of your planning choices. For more information, contact Beth Morphis, Data Research Assistant 903567-2400 ext. 110. August 9 Its time again for the annual Back to School Stay In School Explosion at the NFCC Fitness Center, Saturday, Aug. 9 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.. Sponsored by the Madison Prevention coalition and its community partners, the Madison County Department of Health and Tobacco Free Madison, Back to School Stay in School is a fun community event that brings business leaders, public ofcials, churches and community volunteers together to make sure Madison County school children get the resources they need to succeed in school. Parents or guardians are encouraged to bring their children to receive free school supplies. Registration is required at the door, and supplies are limited, but they will given away while they last, along with free food and entertainment for a fun and festive atmosphere (to give you an idea of how many people attended last years event, volunteers grilled and gave away nearly 2000 hot dogs). There will also be information booths with everything parents need to know about getting their children ready for the 2014-2015 school year. For business and community leaders who would like to help with monetary donation, school supplies or food, checks can be made out to HPPI Madison and all donations can be dropped off at the Chamber of Commerce, 248 Range Avenue. All sponsors and donors will be recognized in a media release/newspaper story following the event. For more information, including nding out how you can volunteer and participate in the event, contact Jerome Wyche at (850) 4640196 or Lamar Tookes at (850) 673-9116. August 12 The Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, next to the Womans Club on Lake Frances, is holding an Open House for its new facility, Tuesday, August 12. The event begins with a ribbon cutting at noon, followed by a an Open House from 1 7 p.m., where people can drop by anytime for refreshments, tours and a chance to meet the owners, talk to them and ask questions. At 7 p.m., they will hold a dedication ceremony for their new chapel, with Bro. Steve McHargue as guest speaker. August 13 The Senior Citizens Council of Madison County will be holding their annual Senior Health Expo, Wednesday, August 13, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. All seniors, caregivers, loved ones and friends are welcomed to attend the event that will include special presentations and vendor booths, offering education and information on services available, along with door prizes and plenty of food. Seniors, come out and learn how you can, Be the best you can be! August 17 Thursday, August 21, MAT & FRAME WORKSHOP, hosted by Branford Camera Club members, with special guest from HARMONS PHOTO LABS in Gainesville. This workshop will be held at the Hatch Park Community Center and is designed to improve our presentation skills in preparation for our Fall Photo Show in October. Participation in both the workshop and the Fall Photo Show are open to the public, so let one of the members listed below know if youd like a to participate in either event: Carolyn Hogue, Program Chair, (386) 9352044; Rob Wolfe, Publicity Chair, (386) 362-6771; Esta Eberhardt, Creative Consultant, Captured Memories by Esta, (386) 623-011; Gary Kueppers, Technical Consultant, (386) 3626957; Skip Weigel, Technical Consultant, (386) 935-1382. The Branford Camera Club meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month, with an occasional exception, for the purpose of sharing, learning, and enjoying all things photographic. We are an eclectic group with experiences ranging from complete novice to consummate professional. The only requirement for membership is a keen interest in photography; there are no membership fees. Please join us. Visit our Facebook page at Branford Camera Club. of thePicturesPast Obituaries Marcheta GodwinMarcheta Pat Godwin, 89, died Friday, July 25 at home. Graveside funeral services will be Wednesday, July 30 at 2 p.m., at Cherry Lake Methodist Cemetery, in Madison. Visitation will be held at noon prior to the funeral service at Beggs Funeral Home. She was born and raised in Tamaqua, Penn. She graduated nursing college as an RN and moved to Miami in 1944 and then moved to Cherry Lake in 1964. Later, she moved to Coolidge. She worked at Kendall Hospital in Miami, Madison Hospital and Brooks County Hospital in Quitman. She is survived by one son: Marvin Godwin (Krista) of Norman Park, Ga.; two daughters: Terri Sorrel (Gary) of Palatka and Juanita Howard (Lyle) of Moultrie; one niece: JoAnn Thompson; 13 grandchildren, 19 greatgrandchildren and three great-greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and one grandchild. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, (850) 973-2258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting their website at www.beggsfuneral.com.Ronnie Lee FoxRonnie Lee Fox, 55 of Valdosta, passed away on Saturday, July 26, at his residence. He was born on July 4, 1959 in Orlando, to Albert Fox and Barbara (Hutchinson) Catton. He loved to hunt, sh and spend time with his family and friends, especially his grandchildren. He enjoyed his sisters good ole southern cooking and was of the Catholic faith. His survivors include his wife of 32 years, Ramona Fox of Valdosta; son and daughter-in-law: Jacob and Angela Fox of Valdosta; two grandchildren: Ethan Fox and Annabelle Fox; sisters and brother-in-law: Connie and Kevin Reaves of Pinetta, and Sherri Fox of Madison; brothers and sister-in-laws: Keith and Tracey Fox of Lee; Mike and Doris Fox of Lee; and Kevin and Becky Fox of Tallahassee; brother-in-law and wife: Arnie and Rebecca Meindl of Valdosta; Niece, Brooke Meindl of Valdosta; and 21 nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Thursday, July 31 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Music Funeral Services. The family will receive friends one hour prior to service. In lieu of owers, make donations to Hospice of South Georgia, 2263 Pineview Dr. Valdosta, Ga. 31602. Sympathy may be expressed online at www.musicfuneralservices. Music Funeral Services of Valdosta will be serving the Fox family.Have something you would like to add to the Community Calendar? Simply call Greene Publishing, Inc. at (850) 973-4141 or email your information to Rose@greenepublishing.com. State Archives Of Florida, Florida Memory, http://oridamemory.com/items/show/132832The Enterprise School in Madison County, Florida, taken in 1930s.
www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday July 30, 2014Madison County Carrier 5 AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY M e e t Y o u r L o c a l F i r e f i g h t e rD a v e N o r t o n Title : Cherry Lake Volunteer Fire and Rescue Firefighter and Treasurer Hometown: Syracuse, N.Y. Why He Chose Firefighting: I had experienced and received training at a very young age. I thought it was the greatest need that I was qualified to fulfill in our community. How Long He Has Volunteered: 20 years. Last Book Read: Killing Lincoln by Bill OReilly. Favorite Quote: If you disregard history, you are doomed to repeat it. Favorite Music: Anything that is not boom, bang, crash annoying. Favorite Movie: Sound of Music I grew up with it. Favorite TV Show: Lonesome Dove. Many diverse characters come together to get a tough job done. Favorite Sport: College baseball All teams ACC or SEC. Hero: Thomas Jefferson, his prose started this great country. Hobbies: Cherry Lake Volunteer Fire and Rescue and growing pine trees. Day Job: Forester for a pulp and paper manufacturer. Family: Just me and my spouse who is and was my best friend. Relatives are scattered about the U.S. Sum Yourself Up: I am an independent rascal surrounded by enigmas. Cherry Lake Fire Rescue To Host Chicken Dinner And Political RallyBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Cherry Lake Fire Rescue is hosting a 1/4 Barbeque Chicken Dinner and Political Rally on Saturday, August 23 at 5 p.m. The event will be held at the Cherry Lake Fire & Rescue Station. The Political Rally and Cake Auction will start immediately after dinner. The dinner plates are $7 a plate. Reservations on barbeque chicken plates can be made by calling Cherry Lake Fire Rescue at (850) 929-2354 at least one day prior and leave your name, how many plates you desire and a return call phone number to verify. You can also email Cherry Lake Fire Rescue this information to email@example.com Political candidates who desire a ve-minute presentation, may call Cherry Lake Fire Rescue at (850) 929-2354 at least one-week prior and leave your name and a return call phone number to verify. Candidates may also email this information to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline to reserve a space at the podium is Saturday, August 16 at 5 p.m.Wild Adventures Ticket Winners Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, July 23, 2014Christina Brooks was excited to be drawn as a winner of Wild Adventures tickets. Sponsored by Greene Publishing, Inc.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, July 23, 2014Shirley Davis was all smiles as she picked up her Wild Adventures tickets. Sponsored by Greene Publishing, Inc.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, July 23, 2014Heather Klein won tickets to Wild Adventures. Sponsored by Greene Publishing, Inc.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, July 25, 2014Laketia Davis (shown left) came to pick up her tickets for Wild Adventures with Mekhi Roberson. Sponsored by Greene Publishing, Inc. Free Horse Show Set For SaturdayBy Lazaro AlemanGreene Publishing, Inc.If you enjoy horses and horse shows or are simply looking for something fun to do this weekend, the Greener Pastures Ranch (GPR) is hosting an open house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 2. Sponsored by the GPR and the Paso Fino Horse Association (PFHA), the event will feature Paso Fino horses in various competitions, as well as include food vendors and other activities. Best of all, the event is free and open to the public. Established in the 1950s in South Florida and in Madison County since the 1980s, the GPR breeds, boards, trains and competes Paso Finos horses "prized for their smooth, natural, fourbeat, lateral ambling gait," according to Wikipedia. The GPR is nationally and internationally known in the Paso Fino world, as are its mother/daughter co-owners, Henrietta and Robin Ratliff. Among the many honors awarded her, Henrietta was inducted into the PFHA Hall of Fame in 2002 for her contributions to the breeding and promotion of Paso Finos in the United States. And daughter Robin, who has been training and showing horses since her teens, has won more than 150 awards and prizes in equestrian competitions, possibly the most prestigious the USA Equestrian C.J. Cronan Jr. trophy. The ranch is located in Madison County, just a few miles east of Lamont on U.S. 27. Look for the GPR Paso Fino sign on the south side of the road going east. Photo SubmittedThe Greener Pastures Ranch is located on U.S. 27 in Madison County, just about four miles east of Lamont. Take Action Now
AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY6 Madison County Carrierwww.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014 For you, above all else, prosperity and health 3 John 1:2 On behalf of our entire staff, our employees and our volunteers, WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF YOU FOR MAKING THE GRAND OPENINGOF YOUR NEW HOSPITAL A HUGE SUCCESS! Everything we do, we do for you! IMPORTANT NOTICE! We will be receiving patients at the new hospital located at 224 NW Crane Avenue on Friday, August 1, 2014. Madison County Memorial 850-973-2271 Photos Courtesy Of Pat Lightcap Madison County Memorial Hospital Holds Grand Opening Photo By RandREventsPro, July 26, 2014The Madison County Memorial Hospital Board of Directors were in charge of cutting the rst ribbon of the day, the red ribbon, t hat represented the hospital opening for the people. From left to right are: James Sale, Rosa Richardson, Reverend Oliver Bradley, Howard Phillips, Ben Harr is, Annette Johnson (chair), Richard Machek (Florida State Director USDA / Rural Development) and David Abercrombie, MCMH Chief Executive Ofcer. Photo By RandREventsPro, July 26, 2014The nal ribbon represented all of the management team and volunteers at the hospital. Cutting the blue ribbon, from left to ri ght, are: Dr. Brett Perkins, Chief Medical Ofce of MCMH; Francis Mercer, President of MCMH Hospital Auxiliary; David Abercrombie, MCMH Chief Executive Ofcer; Ta mmy Stevens, MCMH Chief Operating Ofcer; Cindi Burnett, Human Resources Ofcer and Patrick McGee, Comptroller and Interim Chief Financial Ofcer.By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) held its Grand Opening Ceremony last Saturday, July 26, with hundreds showing up for the event. The new hospital, located at 224 NW Crane Avenue, had its doors opened from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday to offer staff, volunteers, residents and special guests a sneak preview of what the new hospital looked like on the inside, after a year and a half wait from the hospitals ground breaking in November of 2012. Frank Ranicky, from WCTV, was the Master of Ceremonies and spoke to hundreds of people who came out to see the new facility. Other special guests who participated in the ceremonies were Florida State Director of US Department of Agriculture, Richard Machek and US Senator, Bill Nelson. Red, white and blue ribbons adorned the new medical facility and provided three separate ribbon cuttings. After the ceremony, visitors streamed inside the hospital to refreshments and Hors doeuvres in the Main Lobby, before going on to tour the remainder of the building. Hospital personnel and volunteers were positioned throughout the building to share information with guests, where they were able to view both oors of the hospital. Some of the rooms viewed included the business ofce and nancial services area, surgery suites, emergency room, kitchen and dining areas, nurses stations, patient rooms and best of all, state-ofart lab and x-ray equipment that welcomes in a new era of digital technology to Madison. Ted Ensminger, the hospitals Director of Marketing, who had already been giving group and private tours of the new hospital, said over 1,000 people had toured the facility before the grand opening. "We are all so very pleased about how well the Grand Opening went for the new hospital. Hundreds of people came out to support the Grand Opening including many representatives for our county and city governments, members of the local clergy the Department Heads from the Hospital and many of the Hospital Auxiliary. We cannot thank our speakers enough for their time and kind words," said Ensminger. "Special thanks to go to Congressman Ted Yoho, Ms. Lynn Bannister who read a letter from Senator Bill Nelson, Reverend Robert Agner who led the Blessing of the Hospital, Mr. Robert Machek, Florida State Director of the USDA Rural Development, as well as Ms. Annette Johnson, Chair of the MCMH Board of Directors, Mr. David Abercrombie, Chief Executive Ofcer of MCMH and the Reverend Oliver Bradley, who is a Board Member and lead the group in the invocation. And of course, very special thanks to Mr. Frank Ranicky of WCTV for serving as the Master of Ceremonies for the entire event. The event, indeed, was a huge success!" The new Madison County Memorial Hospital will begin admitting patients into the new building on Friday, August 1. Photo By RandREventsPro, July 26, 2014Frank Ranicky, who served as news anchor at WCTV for over 30 years, was Master of Ceremonies for the hospitals Grand Opening. Photo By RandREventsPro, July 26, 2014Dr. Johnson Bibb, who has been with Madison County Memorial for 53 years, along with Ms. Margaret Graham, in Dietary for 51 years, had the honor of cutting the second ribbon, the white ribbon, at the Grand Opening.
By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The 2014-15 school year for the Madison County School District begins on Monday, August 18 and open house dates and times have been set. Lee Elementary Schools open house is Tuesday, August 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Greenville Elementary Schools open house is Thursday, August 14 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pinetta Elementary Schools open house is Thursday, August 14 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Madison County Central Schools open house for 6thto 8thgrade is Wednesday, August 13 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. For grades PreKindergarten through 5thgrade at Madison County Central School will have open house on Thursday, August 14 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Madison County High Schools open house is Thursday, August 14 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Madison County Excel Alternative Education Centers open house is Thursday, August 14 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Madison Academy is set to start on Monday, August 11. The open house is set for Thursday, August 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY www.greenepublishing.com Madison County Carrier 7 Wednesday, July 30, 2014 B u s i n e s s C a r d D i r e c t o r y City Of Madison Fire Rescue Received GrantSubmitted by City of Madison Fire RescueThe City of Madison Fire Rescue was awarded a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Assistance to Fireghters Program (AFG) FY 2013 Grant Award for Operations and Safety, on Friday, July 11. The City of Madison Fire Rescue applied for and was awarded an $89,500 grant from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Assistance to Fireghters Program (AFG) FY 2013 for the purchase of an exhaust removal system and replacement of the existing air compressor and ll station system for the re station. This grant requires a ve percent ($4,475) match in funds from the city, with 95 percent ($85,025) provided by DHS. This award provides $39,500 for the Madison Fire Rescue to purchase and have installed a new air compressor and ll station system, which will meet all current safety standards as well as providing for additional breathing air capacity for lling Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) bottles. The existing air compressor and ll station was bought in 1983 and is no longer able to be updated or repaired in most cases. This compressor and ll station is also not compliant with modern standards. The award also provides $50,000 for the department to purchase and install an Exhaust Removal System for either the re apparatus or station. The combination of both of these projects will help to provide a safer and healthier environment for the reghters who work in Madison. Diesel exhaust is a known cancercausing agent and taking this step to help protect our reghters from this hazard is a step in the right direction for the city and re department. The City of Madison Fire Rescue thanks the Department of Homeland Security/AFG Program for this award and the City of Madison for their support of this project. Madison County Schools Open House Dates Set Take Stock In Children Turns 20 Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, July 28, 2014Those driving past Four Freedoms Park may have noticed the Take Stock In Children sign. The organization is celebrating 20 years of serving the children of Florida, including many children in Madison County. The Madison Chapter plans to have more on this later, focusing on some of the children who are currently in the TSIC program as the school year kicks off in a few shorts weeks. Keep watching. Senior Center SeeksBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Senior Citizens Council of Madison County is seeking volunteers to help for the summer with yard work, minor home repairs and building ramps. There are several senior citizens in Madison County that are unable to do yard work and have no family that can help. Some senior citizens have minor repair jobs around the house that they are unable to do and some citizens are homebound that need ramps built. If anyone is handy with tools or willing to help with yard work, contact the Senior Citizens Council of Madison County at (850) 973-4241.
Submitted By Covenant Bible College And SeminaryOn Tuesday, June 10th, Covenant Bible College & Seminary (CBCS) Commencement Ceremonies was filled to overflowing with over 200 family members and friends who came from as far as Missouri to applaud the graduating class of 2014. The atmosphere in the church was charged with excitement as the 32 graduates in their caps, gowns, hoods and tassels marched down the aisle in a procession as the honorees of the evening. Dr. Connie Peterson, CBCS Academic Dean and Madison Campus Director/Instructor, opened the Commencement Ceremony with a welcome and an exhortation to the Body of Christ to fulfill the plans and purposes of their Divine calling. Peter Harvey, Madison Campus Assistant Director/Instructor, shared a powerful Scripture with the honorees and the congregation. Dr. Katherine Harris, also an anointed Instructor/Minister gave the invocation and lifted up praise and thanksgiving to God for all He is doing in each of our lives, our nation and Covenant Bible College and Seminary. Life-transforming worship that was centered at the Throne of God was lead by Rev. John L. Peterson, pastor of New Life Christian Church International in Madison. Dr. Dawn Knighton, CBCS Campus Director/Instructor of the Daytona, Fl., graduates, shared her awesome testimony and how Covenant Bible College & Seminary prepared her for ministry. A beautiful medley of praise and worship was sung by Tharron Robinson, who was one of the 2014 graduates. Hollie Bargerstock, Campus Director in Tallahassee, gave a wonderful introduction of the evenings guest speaker. After Pastor Petersons powerfully anointed Commencement address, CBCS Registrar, Licia Newstead conferred on the graduates the following degrees: Diploma of Theology: Joseph L. Chavers Dawn Smith Constance Lom bardozzi Cynthia Tuten Leslie Ratliff Associate of Science in Theology: Catherine Alexan der Carl Leon Miller, Jr. Allison Davis Sabrina L. Powell David L. Ellison David Prince III Loretta M. Ellison Tharron B. Robin son Arthur Jerome Lovett Melanie Wilson Advanced Associate of Science in Theology: Gabrielle Cun ningham Louella Demps Floyd W. Demps Bachelor of Science in Theology: Hollie Barger stock Phillip Maurice Jackson Delores T. Bell Edith D. Page Barbara E. Brown Joyce A. Taylor Josie Mae Gra ham Master of Science in Theology Catherine J. Mur phy Takisha Washing ton Richardson Doctor of Philosophy in Theology Ava Davis Curry Rickey L. Curry, Sr. Eric Lamar SwaniganInez Levingston Williams After the Conferring of the Degrees, Dr. Connie Peterson offered her heart-felt love and appreciation to the instructors, students families, The Madison Florist and the wonderful host-church family at The Madison Church of God. Dr. Peterson then presented the 2014 Graduating Class of Covenant Bible College & Seminary to those in attendance and watching by webcast. A lovely reception followed and was beautifully catered in the Fellowship Hall by Dr. Rickey and Dr. Ava Curry from Jasper, Fl. All the students and those who are interested in joining the CBCS family for the new academic year have been extended an invitation: ORIENTATION FOR THE 2014 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 AT 7 P.M. AT NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH INTERNATIONAL LOCATED ON US 90 WEST IN MADISON FLORIDA (405 SW OLD US 90). CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 AT 7 P.M. If you are interested in knowing more about Covenant Bible College and Seminary, please read the following information: For over a decade, the college has been making great strides not only in this country, but also across the world. Covenant Bible College and Seminary began in 1998 as an Internet College by Dr. William Morris and was formerly known as Covenant Christian University and was based in Ohio. The college began to grow and currently has satellite campuses across the nation and into five foreign countries with the Corporate Office in Tallahassee. Covenant Bible College and Seminary offers a Bible-based education for individuals of every level through both audit and degree-based programs of study. One could earn a Diploma, an Associate Degree, an Advanced Associate Degree, a Bachelor Degree, a Master Degree, a Doctor of Ministry Degree and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in either Biblical Studies, Theology or Counseling. The affordable, payas-you-go program offers nine, one-month long courses, plus Ministry Practicum per academic year. Ministry Practicum is a volunteer ministry in any area of church work in which students are required to give an average of two hours per week, or a minimum of 72 hours per academic year of volunteer service to their local church or ministry as a graduation requirement. CBCS accepts transfer credits from other colleges and universities as well as many Bible Schools and Bible Institutes. CBCS also offers advanced academic standing based on prior formal ministry experience. High school students are also eligible for dual enrollment with CBCS. Covenant Bible College and Seminary is a member of the Academic Council for Educational Accountability (ACEA). They are accredited with Transworld Accrediting Commission International (ACI), the worlds largest independent, non-governmental accrediting agency. Because there is no deadline for registration, a student may enroll and start classes at the beginning of any month. Those who are interested in enrolling or would like more information about the college are encouraged to contact Dr. Connie Peterson at (850) 9737330 or email at email@example.com to receive a student registration packet and information. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014 8 Madison County CarrierCHURCH C h u r c h D i r e c t o r y First United Methodist Church (850) 973-6295 Rev. Robert E. Laidlaw Pocko Vause, Youth Pastor Service of Word & Table...........................8:30 a.m. Sunday School............................................9:45 a.m. Worship Service........................................11:00 a.m. Wed. Jr. High Youth (grades 6 8)...........5 6 p.m. Wed. Sr. High Youth (grades 9 12)...6 7:30 p.m.Midway Church Of God 2485 SE Midway Church Rd Lee (850) 971-5200 Pastor Retis Flowers Sunday School..........................................10:00 a.m. Morning Worship.....................................11:00 a.m. Evening Worship........................................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Family Training Hour............7:00 p.m.Landmark Baptist Church 3399 W US Hwy 90 Madison (850) 973-7190 Pastor, Robert Ledford Sunday Sunday School............................................9:45 a.m. Morning Worship.....................................11:00 a.m. Evening BTC............................................6:30 p.m. Evening Worship........................................7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting...........................................7:30 p.m.Macedonia Baptist Church 5539 E US 90 Lee, Florida 32059 Sunday School..........................................10:00 a.m. Worship Service........................................11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting......................6:00 p.m. List Your Church Here Call (850) 973-4141 Covenant Bible College And Seminary: Preparing Individuals And Fulfilling Dreams Photo Submitted2014 Covenant Bible College Graduates
www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014Madison County Carrier 9CHURCH By Richard B. Sauls, Lee Worship CenterAnd it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out My Spirit upon all esh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions: And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out My Spirit.(Joel 2:28-29).Joel is the Holy Spirit Prophet of the Old Testament, the one quoted by Simon Peter on the Day of Pentecost.(Acts 2:16-21).Before the Cross, the Holy Spirit, even though working mightily in the world, still, was very limited as to what He could do, because the blood of bulls and goats could not take away sins (Heb. 10:4). In other words, the Holy Spirit could not come into the hearts and lives of Believers before the Cross and abide there permanently. He came into the hearts of some to help them accomplish particular works, but He was still very limited, due to the fact that the sin debt could not be paid with animal blood. That's the reason that Jesus said of John the Baptist, that even though he was the greatest Prophet born of woman, still, the least in the Kingdom of God was greater than John (LK. 7:28). What did Jesus mean by that? He didn't mean that we are greater in character than John. Not at all! He meant that the Cross would afford greater privileges and opportunities than John ever thought of having. That's why Paul said that the "New Covenant," which was made possible by the Cross, is a much better Covenant, based on better Promises (Heb. 8:6). Now, due to the what the Cross has made possible, in that it atoned for all sin, the Holy Spirit comes into the hearts and lives of all Believers, and does so to remain forever, and to constantly help us (Jn. 14:16-17). The Cross, by the shedding of the Precious Blood of Christ, atoned for all sin, past, present, and future, at least for those who will believe. The sin debt was thereby forever paid. Consequently, the Holy Spirit now, even at conversion, comes into the heart and life of the Believer in order to abide forever. As long as faith is maintained in Christ, He most denitely will there abide. He desires to help us, lead us, and guide us as we live this life for the Lord (Jn. 16:715). Every single thing done in our lives, as it regards the Fruit of the Spirit, Christlikeness, Righteousness, Holiness, in fact, all Spiritual Growth, must be carried out by the Holy Spirit. That's what makes false doctrines so wrong. They are attempting to sanctify people by the means of the esh. Such cannot be done. Anything done in our hearts and lives for the Lord must, and without fail, be instituted, instigated, carried out and accomplished by the Holy Spirit. And how does He do such? He only requires of us that we evidence Faith in Christ and the Cross, and not allow our faith to be moved from that correct Object, which then will give Him the latitude to do all the things that need to be done. He works entirely within the connes and parameters of the Finished Work of Christ. He will not work outside of those parameters. (Rom 8:2). HOW THE HOLY SPIRIT WORKS The Holy Spirit works exclusively within the realm of the Finished Work of Christ. This means that He works entirely within the parameters which are dened by the Cross (Rom 8: 2,11). That's what Jesus was talking about when He told His Disciples just hours before His Crucixion, "And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you forever(Jn. 14:16).Before the Cross, the Holy Spirit dwelt with Believers; but, since the Cross, where the sin debt was paid, the Holy Spirit can now "be in you."(1 Cor. 3:16).The Holy Spirit Prophet Of The Old Testament
www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10 Madison County CarrierCHURCH Open 24/7 First Baptist Church: Vacation Bible School And Defending BeliefBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.B ut sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear. (I Peter 3:15) This was the scriptural theme for the recent Agency 3D Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church of Madison, a weeklong discovery of who Jesus is, the decision to believe and the task of defending one's belief to others. With the Agency 3D storyline, the children used the framework of an investigative agency known as 3D Discover, Decide and Defend, and became investigative agents themselves as they looked through the Scriptures to collect and log evidence about Jesus. First Baptist's VBS attendance averaged about 85 children per evening, estimated VBS director Kathy McCullough. The children became amateur investigators, setting out to discover who Jesus is by examining eyewitness reports of those who knew Jesus and recounted their experiences in the Bible, as well as physical proof and other Biblical accounts of how He spent His time on earth. As they go along, they make the decision of whether or not to believe in Jesus as the Son of God. Then, going a step further, they learn how to defend their faith when people will invariably ask them why they believe what they believe; to be ready always to give an answer as instructed in the theme verse of I Peter 3:15. Giving wellthought-out answers to those questions goes a long way toward effective sharing of belief, and those who undertook the journey through the Agency 3D Bible School emerged with the knowledge they need to form those answers as they share the hope they have in Christ. Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. -Phil. 4:6 Photo SubmittedIn addition to being amateur sleuths and investigating Biblical evidence about Jesus, the children had a little time to enjoy the summer and beat the heat with buckets of water. It certainly looks as if Vacation Bible School was a lot of fun this year at First Baptist Church! Photo Submitted
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Application deadline August 4, 2014.7/25, 7/30, cSubstance Abuse Counselor Human Services agency is seeking a Full-time Substance Abuse Counselor to serve the Perry community and outlying areas. Services encompass working with both adolescents and adults. The preferred candidate will have a Masters degree in a social or behavioral science or a related area and experience working with adults or juveniles with substance abuse issues. State licensure and/or certication as a Certied Addictions Professional (CAP) are also preferred, but not required. Substance Abuse Counselor/Case Manager Substance Abuse Counselor/ Case Manager is needed to provide counseling, case management, and transition services to individuals residing at Jefferson Correctional Institution. Position requires the incumbent to possess a masters degree in a behavioral or social science and State of Florida Licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). 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The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, August 27, 2014.7/30, 8/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 14-59-CP PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: The Estate of VERNELL M. FLOWERS, Deceased. ______________________________/ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration of the estate of VERNELL M. FLOWERS, deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court in and for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is the Madison County Courthouse, Post Ofce Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341. The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. 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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.When he was rst asked to speak to the Rotary Club about the differences between police work in Maitland versus Madison, Police Chief Gary Calhoun thought he would be a little hard pressed to come up with any signicant differences. Madison and Maitland, a suburb lying just north of Orlando, seemed very similar at rst glance, at least from a law enforcement perspective. But as he thought about it more, he was able to see the differences as well as the larger similarities between the two towns. Calhoun moved to Maitland in 1984, shortly after his 21stbirthday, and spent the next 25 years with the police department, rising through the ranks. After his 25 years with the Maitland force, he and his wife wanted to nd someplace where they could nish raising their children, someplace that didn't have 17,000 people in one town and trafc so thick it took 45 minutes to drive nine miles. Regarding the I-4 corridor that goes through Maitland, he asked the audience to imagine that instead of Base Street, there were a six-lane major highway with constant heavy trafc going right through the middle of downtown. In Madison, at least, the interstate is several miles out of town. At rst, the Calhouns worried about uprooting their teenagers, but found that their children adjusted to the new surroundings even better than they did. One of the younger children remarked that he felt more comfortable living in Madison. He recalled his wife's surprise at seeing cows the rst time she rode the bike trail north of town, and commented on seeing his rst ballet and a troupe of Chinese acrobats (through the NFCC Artist Series) in a town that didn't even have a Walmart, and meeting "Enos" (actor Sonny Shroyer, The Dukes of Hazzard ) and "Spongebob" at events in Tallahassee. There are of course, differences in the size of the police departments. In Maitland, there were 40 sworn ofcers and 10 civilians operating on a $4 million budget. In Madison, he operates with 15 sworn ofcers and one civilian, with an annual budget of $1 million. "In a smaller department, we all wear a lot more hats," he said. And in a town with a smaller population base, he and his ofcers deal with a lot of the same people over and over again, often wondering, "why is this guy out of jail again already?" In Maitland, crimes tended to be a lot more "strangerbased," while in Madison, where everybody knows everybody, it's more common to discover that the people who burgled your house might be someone you know, or at least know about. Also in a town where everyone knows everyone, he recalled his amazement when he would hear Capt. McGhee tell someone to "bring so-and-so to see me, or tell him I'll come to his house with his mother and talk to him." It almost never failed the man would come in and talk to McGhee. 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