Madison County carrier

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Title:
Madison County carrier
Portion of title:
Carrier
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Tommy Greene
Place of Publication:
Madison Fla
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates:
30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 5, 1964.
General Note:
Co-publisher: Mary Ellen Greene.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 32, no. 15 (Nov. 22, 1995).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 33599166
lccn - sn 96027683
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UF00067855:00457


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C B E B > B 0 B ) ) C C ) 0 > 5 B = C B 0 0 > B H 0 = ) & B ) B . C B E C = B = B 0 B = ) C = ) B C C B B 0 = ) ) 2 J > ) ) B F > C B 0 , 0 H B C 0 B > F = B C C B C 2 C ) C B ) > B = ) G ) & B C B = ) & C B C = C C 0 = B C ) = B ) C > 5 B B B H 0 = ) & B > 0 B ( 0 H > B B 2 C ) C B F = B C B & B 0 B 1 B C 0 B = ( ) G B C B 9 ) B = ) F : B H ) C 0 F C C B 0 > C B 0 B ) > A = B 2 = C > 5 B t t f t r b f t r r n t t r r f b r r n f n n n r f t b r n n t b n t n n t $ f # # " r b # % t n n n r f t b r n n t b n t % $ " " n n t $ f # r b # % t J B n > > ) B 5 B 0 I r n t b t f 0 = ) & B C 0 B 0 = ) B b ) & ( H J B C = 0 B = ( 2 0 = C B B = ) G = B ) B C 0 0 > = G B > 0 H = B C = # B = = ( B 0 C = B G ) H ) B C B C = G B ) C 0 C B ) C B B ) C B F > > B > , B C = > 5 B B H = + 0 F = B 0 B r 0 = C B C C 0 B $ D B C B $ L B 5 5 B 0 F = > J B C 5 B 1 @ 5 B B 1 ? ( J = ( 0 B 0 B f ) ( > 0 B H > B C = G ) & B > 0 F C ( 0 F B 0 B r 0 = C B B $ D B ) B 1 / / @ B G = 0 C B F ) . B H > B > 0 H ) & B 0 = B 0 C = C = " ) 5 B B G ) B 2 F , ) & B C = ) = B H ) C B B C = C 0 = B 0 B ) C H > B + ) & B B = ) & C B C F = ) C 0 B B 2 = ) G C B = ) G 5 B ) C B = ) G = B 0 B C B F ) H > B > 0 H ) & B D % ( J = ( 0 r C > B ) G B 0 B f ) ( > 0 B H > B C = G ) & B > 0 F C ( 0 F B 0 B r 0 = C B B $ D B ) = B E L 1 D B 0 J 0 C B 0 = 0 , ) B C 0 B 0 > = G B C B > 0 H = 0 G ) & B C = " ) B B ) B C 0 > C 0 2 B 0 = B > C = ) + ) & B C = = B C B 0 B C B F ) 5 B ) 2 C B F > B C B F ( ) B C 0 B C = G B C 0 B C B H > C > 0 F = B ) C 0 B C B C = B ) H = B B > C = F + B > G = F > > B B > , B C = > 5 r 0 B ) F = ) > B H = B = ( 2 0 = C 5 B ) G < > B H > = & B H ) C B = > > B = ) G ( ) & 5 b t r t t r f b r b r b b b b f t n n J B n > > ) B 5 B 0 I r n t b t f' = B ) > B B > B 0 B 0 B ) = F ( C ) & B 0 B 0 0 + B ) B f ) ( > 0 5 B ) > B ) > B 0 C B C = F 5 B 0 B ) > 0 C B ) B 0 = ) B 0 = B f ) > 0 5 B B > B ) > 0 = ) & ) C ) & B = 0 B b b b b t 5 B t J 0 F B ) + B 0 B C B ) + B ) C B > B C 0 B & = 2 ) B 0 B C B H > ) C B C C B ) > 9 0 F B & 0 C B 0 H 5 :t B J 0 F B G B J B 6 F > C ) 0 > B 0 = B 0 ( = > B 0 F C B 0 B 0 C C B C B f ) ( > 0 B 0 F C J B b C B 2 = C C B C B 3 $ L 4 / ? D ( $ L L L 5 J B n > > ) B 5 B 0 I r n t b t f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r 0 5 B E L 1 % ( $ B r 0 5 B E L 1 % ( @ B B r 0 5 E L 1 % ( ? B H ) B ) = > > B C B 0 C J = & > B 0 B H C = B > = G ) B > H = B > = G ( ) B B > ) C C ) 0 B > = G ) > 5 B B ) ( = > > B H ) , B B 1 L B 2 = C B 0 = B H C = > = G ) B 1 E 5 $ B 2 = C B 0 = B > H = B > = G ) B ) G B 2 = C B 0 = B > ) C C ) 0 B > = G ) 5 f b f r t n J B = J C B ) & 2 r n t b t f' B F ) , B = ) > C ) B ( J B = = ) 0 = > B ) > B = C ( ) & B 0 0 ) & B C ) > B H + H ) C B I ) C ) & B > C ) G ) C ) > B 0 = B > C F C > B > 2 0 = C > B > 5 B B = = ) 0 = > B H ) , C + B 0 B 0 = & ) B = ) > C ) B & ) . ) & C B ? B 2 5 B C ) > B = ) J B ) & C 5b 0 0 ) & B H + B > C ) G ) C ) > J B n > > ) B 5 B 0 I r n t b t f B ) C J B 0 f ) > 0 < > B 0 ) B 2 = C ( C < > B 0 H C 0 H B b ( 0 H B ) > B > C B 0 = B = ) J C 5 B D 1 B > C = C ) & B C B @ 2 5 5 B t B J 0 F B 0 = B J 0 F = B F > ) ( > > B H 0 F B ) + B C 0 B 2 > > 0 F C B J B C 0 B C B ) ( = B , B C B 0 ) B ( 2 = C C B C B 3 $ L 4 / ? D ( $ L ? ? B C 0 B = & ) > C = 5 = B ) > B 0 B B C 0 B = & ) > ( C = 5 B ) > B ) > B B = B G C 0 = B , B C B ) = B 0 f ) > 0 B 0 F C J 5 b t t b b n f f r r n b n J B n > > ) B 5 B 0 I r n t b t f' B ) C J B 0 ( ) > > ) 0 B B 0 C B 0 B C & B C 0 B ) > F > > B C B C F > J B C 5 B 1 % B C ( ) & 5 B 0 B ) C > B ) > ( F > > B H = B C 0 F ) C J B G 0 2 ( C B 0 + B = C & = C > B C 0 B ) 2 = 0 G B 2 = + > ) B f ) > 0 B B C 2 = + ) & B C B ) = B ) 5 B B ) C J B 0 ) > ( > ) 0 B H = B ) > B C 0 = 0 G C B C H 0 B 0 F > > B > 2 = C B 0 B C B ) C J < > B 0 ( F ) C J B G 0 2 C 0 + B = C B 3 4 2 = 0 & = 5 B ) , J B F = ( C C B 0 > C = F C ) 0 0 2 J B 0 B f ) > 0 H > B H = B B 2 = 0 C 0 B b F > 0 B C = C B 0 B B 0 t t t r r r n t t t f t f r n r n t

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& D C & > & 1 1 D / C K C % = ( % C > ( + + > 6 C & D ; > D & C 5 G > D ( / C b ; H C > ( % C K > + C > C I + + > C H = K C % = = C b ; H D C / H = C D & C 1 > D C D I / % = / I ( % C > > / > 4 C & / C ( C = > > C b & C C G D ( G + C % = C / D C ) G > D C % = % = / I D & C + ( C b C & H C & = G D C 1 + D K C / C H % D + > C > C I + + 4 C b C % = I D / D / > C / C K C H = ( D ( > C 1 1 1 = > C / C + + ( > C > 5 G > & C L G & ( ( C G G = C / = C / = C C + I K > C & / G % & C D / C D C = L C I ( D & C 1 + D K C D / > & = 4 C D = C / H ( % C D / + / = ( C b C % C D / & H C / C D C 2 > & / = D 3 > > / C / C D / D / > C G D > ( C D & C b C ; D C > D / C 1 = / G C K D & ( % / = C D & C C I C > D G / = C ) + 1 / > 4 C b D ; > / G % & C D / C C D & ( > % = = C D & = / I C / I & = C & / 4 f K C > G , = C H D ( / C D / C & ( % / C ( ; D C C + C K C D D = C G > C > D + / % C K C / C K C > ( > D = ; > C ( % & / = > C & / > I = C G D ( G + C % = > G + + C / C % = D C + / / ( % H % % ( > 4 C = C G 1 > D ( = > ( % & / = C & C L G & ( ( D & D C % = I C > / C 5 G ( C + = % ? C K C D ( = C ( + K I > C + C D / C C + C / G D C / C ) G > D C / 4 & C ( D K C I > C D & C + > D 1 + C b C I > C J 1 D ( % C D / > C + + C D & C ( + C + > 1 C C ( D C C I / = C ( C D & K C / G + & H C > G & C / G D ( G + % = > C / % C / = D C C = C J & G > D I & K C ; D C b C % = / I C H % D + > C / C K C > + + = % C ( C D & C I / / > 6 = G > D = D ( % C / = C > G = 4 = G > D = D ( / C % H I K C D / C > ( D ( / C & / I H = C G > C ( C D & ( > ( D K C I ( D & C > D C / / C ) G > D C I C + / > C I K C = ( + = / C D = > C J D C D / C ( G > D = ( + C 1 = C ) G > D C I C / = C D & = C I = G D ( G + C K = C % = > C C / = > D C 1 = > = H C H C C & / G > C + / D D G = C ( D / C C ( = C > D G = K B & ( C / / 1 I ( D & C D & C = > D C / C D & C + / D / H = C K C ( % 1 + D > C C = % = D # / I = > 4 C & > C = > I = C + ( C + ( D D + C > 1 / D > C / = G % C = / C D & C ( % % = ( D K C C C C = + ( L C D & D C / C D D = I & = C K / G C + ( H C K / G C D = G + K C C + / / C I & = H = K / G ; = C 1 + D 4 H C D & / G % & C b C = D G = C D / C C + ( D D + C % = C D & D C = > G + D C ( / + K C / C D C D / D / D & ( > C K = C b C + + K C % G = C / G D C ( D ; > C / D C / G D / 5 G = ( % C G D C / G D 1 D ( % 4 C b > D C / D = K ( % C D / C C I K > = / G C K C I C H ( = / D C b C C D / I / = C I ( D & C D & C > K > / ( + C ( ( C 1 ( C D = > C G % > C b C & H C / > C / = C D / C 1 = / G K D & ( % C I / = D & I & ( + 4 n $ t t # $ $ ) & $ ( $ ) & $ $ % $ % t % $ $ ( t % $ ) & $ t $ ( $ $ # % t $ t $ % $ ( t % $ ) & $ % C D H C f = / + ( r $ % $ b & % r $ t $ $ C ( 1 / = D D 1 G + ( C 1 / + ( K ( > > G C ( > C / G = D ( / ; > C ( , ( % = D ( / + I > 4 C b D C ( > C I + + C / I D & D C I C & H C C : + K ; > / G D & = C / = = C I ( D & f J ( / 4 C C + ( H C D & D D & = C = C / G D C 0 0 C ( + + ( / C G / G D C ( + + % + C ( , ( % = D > C + ( H ( % C ( C D & C ( D C D D > / > D C / C D & C ( D ( L > C / f J ( / C C / D & = C > D D > ( C D = + C = ( 4 C H = ( D K C / C D / = > C & H G > C D & C D / C = / > > ( D / C D & C C ( + G ( % / / ( C & = > & ( 1 ? 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C C G D ( / + C > D = > 4 C b C + + C / C D & ( > C D / C D & ( % C D & D C & > ; D C = > > C = / C K H ( I 1 / ( D C ( > C > > ( ( + D ( / 4 C / G C > C ( D C ( > C H = K ( 1 / = D D C I & C / = ( % / = C ( , ( % = D > C / D / C D & ( > C / G D = K C D / C ) / ( / G = C = > C D & D C D & K C / C > > ( ( + D C ( D / D & C = ( C J 1 = ( 4 C C & ( > C ( + G > D & ( % > C + ( C + = ( % C / G = D ( H C + % G % C > C I + + > C / G = C & ( > D / = K C C / = D ( C ( > D ( D G D ( / > 4 C b D & ( > C I K C D & K C & H C / 1 1 / = D G ( D K C D / C > G ( C D & ( = C I + K C / 1 D & / + 4 G = ( % C D & C ( # G J C / K C G = / 1 C ( , ( % = D > C C D G = K C % / D & K C > D D + C ( D / C D & ( ( % & / = & / / > C G D I ( D & ( C C % = D ( / D & K C & C / C = ( > C = H ( % C / G D C C I K D / C 1 D C D / C D & ( = C I & / + C C % ( ( % C C I C H = > ( / C / D & C = ( C = 4 & ( + C K C f / D & = ; > C ( + K C C D / C = ( C > = + K C > C / G = C D G = ( > % / C K C D & = ; > C ( + K ( % = D C = / C ( H ( C ( C D & C + D C 0 .D & D G = K 4 C ( > C f / D & = I > C / = C ( C C > / C & G D C ( D & C & ( + + C = % ( / C / r = > C D / C ( , ( % = D 1 = D > 4 C K C 0 E F C > & I > C D & ( % C D & C & ( + = C / C = K C f + 1 ( & / I C D / C = C C I = ( D 1 = / 1 = C % + ( > & 4 C & ( > C ( > C J 1 + C / C > > ( ( + D ( / C / C / = = D + K 4 C D & C / D & = C & G = ( % C D & C = D C / = + G 1 C > / = C D & > C ( = L ( + C I & C & G = > / C 1 / 1 + C % D & = C ( C / > C % + > C / , = ( + C ( > D = ( D C I H ( % C D & f J ( C # % C D / C + = D C C H ( D / = K C K C D & ( = 8 & / 9 C D C D & ( > C ( > C J 1 + C / C & / I C / D C D / > > ( ( + D C C D & ( % = / G 1 4 & C D & C ( , ( % = D > C 1 > > C D & = / G % & + + ( > C b > + C ( C D & C = + K K = > C / C D & C F MD & D G = K / C / C D & C D & ( % > C D & D G D & / = ( D ( > C I = C + / / ( % C / = C I > C ( D ( / G > ( > > > 4 C G = G + / > ( > I > C C % = D C / = 4 & / > C I & / C I = C C = ( > C I = C ( D & = C > D C / = C 5 G = D ( C G D ( + C D & K C I = C + = C = / > K 1 D / > 4 C b D C > > C D / C C D & D I C & H C C + / D C D / K C D / + = C = / C D & ( > C J 1 + I ( D & C / = > C / H = C / + C C D & C ( D = / H ( = G > 4 & C = > / C D & D C D I / C + + > C G = > > C 2 C 1 / > > ( + K / D & = > 3 C = C ( D I ( D & C / + C I > C D & D C D & + D C & / > C = ( C G C I > C + + / I C D / C D = D & C ( D C D D > C = / > D C = ( C = = K ( % D & C H ( = G > 4 b C ( + ( + C D ( > G D & / = ( D ( > C G = > D / / D & C ( 1 / = D C / C 5 G = D ( C / = C D & ( % > C + ( 1 = / > K C I & C ( D C C D / ( ( ( L ( % C D & C = ( > = / C ( D ( / G > C ( > > > 4 C C > C D / C & H + / > D C > ( % & D C / C & / I C D / C + I ( D & C D & > C 1 = / + > C D / 1 = H D C C / G D = 4 & C ( % & / = > C 2 r ( % = ( / = C / 3 C / C D & C D & = > D C = ( C D ( / > I & = C D & C / + C / G D = C ( > C D = C & H C H = K C D ( H C D 1 = H D ( % C D & C ( > > D / C > 1 = C D / C D & ( = C / G D = K C C 1 = / D D C D & ( = C ( D ( L > 4 C & K C = ; D C I 6 C + D ; > C / D C / = % D D & C ( 1 / = D C / > = ( % C C ( > / + D ( % D & / > C I & / C K C & H C J 1 / > C D / C / + = / C 1 G + ( C / H K 4 C 1 > > % = C ( % I D & C / = C ( G D ( / = / C D & C + + > C & / > 1 ( D + D & D C D = D C f = 4 C G > & G D C / I C C D ( = = G ( > C > & ( 1 C I ( D & C D & / G > > C / C 1 > > % = > 4 & C f J ( C % / H = D C > ( 1 + K C = G > C D / = ( > C D & ( = C ( D ( L > C / > 5 G D + K C = G > D = K C / C D & C = G ( > C > & ( 1 4 b % ( C D & C / > D C D / C = ( H + C & C > C D & ( % 1 1 + ( > C D / C D & C ( = = D D & D C # I C D & C > / C + + > C G = > C D / C C = / + H + 4 C b C K / G C I = C 1 > > % = C / C D & D C > & ( 1 / = C ( = = D C & / I C I / G + K / G C + C / G D C K / G = C > D K 6 C C C f K C > / + G D ( / C ( > ; D D / / C / 1 + ( D 4 C = = / C D & C ( + G = > C / C D & 0 A C 8 / 1 = & > ( H 9 ( , ( % = D ( / C ( + + 4 C ( , ( % = D ( / C 1 / + ( K C ( > + + C G D C % + > D 1 > C D / C ( ( ( L C D & C D C / C G ( D C / > 5 G > 4 C = / D D C D & ( D ( L > C / C / G = C D ( / = / C ( > > > C D & D C / = ( % ( D C ( C / D & = C + > 4 C + + K C > > ( ( + D C I / = > C ( D / C D & C = ( C G + D G = C > / C D & K C K / D = ( G D C D / C D & C % = D D ( / C I C = 4 f t r t n b f n t b r f t fr t t f b n t r b b t n r f n f n r f n t t n r f n f n r n n " f b b t b t t t t r t f t n b t r t b t t r r n r r f r f b + / = ( C / G > C 1 = C ( + + C D & = / = = D + K C J 1 = > > C > = ( / G > C / = > / G D C , D C F C C D & C ( 1 D C ( D I / G + C & H C / C + / = ( ; > C / / K 4 C C C ) / ( > C % = / I ( % C > D D I ( C / + ( D ( / C / C + D C / ( + > + I C / = D C + = > C G > ( > > C / I = > C , = > C / C D & C + / = ( C ( + C / , G ( D K C > 1 = D C / C D & C / ; D C D C + / = ( C / C D / C / D C / + ( D ( / 4 C 8 D ; > C / D C & ( C & ( C + + > C > G & C > C : / 1 > > ( / D ; C / = C : ( + ; C I & C D ( % C D & ( > , D 4 C b > D C + D ; > C + + C ( D C I & D C ( D C = + + K C ( > C C D / C + % + ( L D ( / C / C = ( ) G C ( C + / = ( 9 > ( C 1 = C D & = / = 4 C 8 = / C & ( % & = C = / 1 / G D = D > C D / C 1 / > > ( + C & + D & C / 1 + ( D ( / > C C H I / = 1 + C & + + % > C , D C F ; > C = ( > > C 1 / > C D & = D C D / C + / = ( ; > C G D G = C / / ( C J 1 > ( / 4 9 D & = / = C ( > C + ( % C & ( > C H / ( C D / C C / + ( D ( / C ( + G ( % C / = = C + / = ( C / H = / = C t G > & C C / D & = C + D C / ( + > C D & C + / = ( & = C / C / , = C D & C > > / ( D C G ( + = > C / D = D / = > C / C + / = ( C C D & C + / = ( = G ( % C > > / ( D ( / 4 C & C / + ( D ( / C ( > C C / + + D ( H C / = D C / C + / + C C > D D C / = % ( L D ( / > C I / = ( % C D / % D & = C D / C G D C + / = ( ( > C / C D & C % = > / C = ( ) G C C / = D > C D / C + + / I C = ( ) G C / = > G 1 1 / > C ( + C G > > C ( C + / = ( 4 C b D C ( > C / G D ( % C C G D ( / + C 1 ( % C / C 1 = / + > C ( D C > > I ( D & C , D C F C I & ( & C I ( + + C C / C D & C + / = ( + + / D C ( C r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n & % f & $ $ t $ & t % r $ $ # $ t $ t % t $ t $ % t % t $ & $ ) $ t t % % $ % $ t $ # & $ & $ # r $ & t % $ t $ % $ ( ( ( t b $ % $ % $ t $ $ % $ % $ t % $ # $ t % $ % $ $ $ % t $ + + $ t $ t $ # % t % $ t t % # $ % $ & t % $ t # $ $ % $ t # $ t & t t $ $ t ( $ % $ % $ # & n # % t t n & # $ & # r $ % $ t % $ # $ ( $ # % t % ( $ % # & $ & n $ # t % ) $ t $ % $ & % & $ $ & $ ) & % = C = ( > ( C K / G C / I C D & C G + C = C / G = C ( > D & ( > C I C D / = C F C C F A 6 C C = C / = D G D C ( C D & D C D & C f ( > / = C & > C > / C / C D & C > D C = % ( C = > C / C D & D C D / G = 4 C + + = C = K C C ( C + / > C 1 = / J ( ( D K C D / C & C / D & = 4 C C K / G K C / D C / I C / G D C G > ( D < > C > / C I C ( > C ( H C = C = / I C K C f > D = C = = K C + + = > 4 C & C 0 E = C K C / G % & D C C I C K = > % / C & > C C D G = C ( D / C / C / D & C / > D C / + / = G + C = D ( H C + ( % & D G + C % = > C = / G 4 C b D / = > C G G > G + C / = % ( C 1 + D > H % % ( > C I C % = ( % C ( > C G ( 5 G C ( ( 7 > = = / I > 7 C K / G < + + C + / H 4 C / C ( C ) G > D D G = C + D C / C I K C M C / D / C / G D = K C n ( D & C / C = ( H C G D ( + K / G C > C / = C 4 C / C = ( % & D C D G = = ( % & D C C > D K C / C / = C G D ( + K / G C > C K < > C 1 G = 1 + C % = % D C / C + D 4 C D & = C % = D C = > ) G > D C ( G D > C 1 = D C = C 7 7 C < / / + < > C = C = C & = / = C = C 1 C / / D > C f D C = ( D K C = < > C = > 4 & C ( > C G ( 5 G C I ( D & C I / = G + / = % ( C / = ( % > C D & D C C ( D I + + C I / = D & C K / G = C H ( > ( D 4 C & > L ( % C / = % ( C = = > C I ( D & D & ( = C = % D ( C 1 ( / = ( % > 1 ( = ( D > C > = H C / G = C > G 1 1 / = D 4 C b & / 1 C K / G < + + C ) / ( C C ( C + = D ( % C I ( D & C D & C D & ( = C % = D C / 1 + ( > & D > C D & ( > C I / = C = > > > C C / 1 + D ( / C / C D & C = C / G = C H ( > ( D ( ( ( ( t t % 4 ( = + K b t n n n n r f t b r n n t t b r r t n t n t t f t f r r r r f t n n n r f t b r n n t t t r t n r f r r r r r t t r n f t t t f t f r t r r r t r n r r f t t f r t f

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B % $ B < < B C B < = = B F = C B 0 < = C B B B B C % B % F = = $ B < G C B = B 0 < C B B C % B C J : = + + F C J B G 0 + C B ) < C B 0 < $ < + 3 % B C J B = B 0 0 J $ B < B C H $ < C = B F < B C % B < B < C G 0 + C B = = = C B < $ < + 3 % B $ < C = B < B < B + 0 < G + C = B C C H B C J B < < C B < = B B F + 0 C < t + = B t < 3 B < ) B B < B 3 B B C F + 0 C < B t + = B C % B C J B = ) = B F = < B 0 ' B C = B $ < * = B % < = = % 0 C = B % 0 = C % B B = % F ! < = 0 J $ < F B 4 F 0 + C B B H ) $ C < ) B = $ $ 3 B B C B < B B C % C J B = ) = B F = B < B C , = B F < C = . 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D L B B C B < : = B . $ B b 3 B f C K F + B 3 B C B < 0 < B C % B C J * B < . 3 F < $ B C K B 0 < C ' 0 C , B G = B < 4 F = C B B + F + C B F < B < + = B < ) B + + + & < C $ B * B G B $ % C = B C G = C G B F ) = 3 B % B + + = = < = = ) B G = B C B < $ B B 0 B B H % C C % B + F + C B H F B . ) B ) B < C % + B C B < G H 3 B B * B C K B < 4 F = C B C % B C J C B = < B = * $ B % + B B 0 < C B C % B C J : = B ) B $ B b b B + C < J B & C B B C C B B D @ L 3 B % B 0 F < & % = B H F B 0 < G B C % B C K = = B C B 0 < 0 < C J B % B H = B C B C % H = C B B C % B + C < J 3 B % B C J B + & + = = B B C B H C B C B = * B F C B & < B C % B C K B B = + C C % < F $ % B C % B + C < J B = C B B 0 F < % = 3 $ B B f J B H C % B = C F C = < = = $ B C B B ! < C B C % + J B < + B 0 ( + = B C B + < J 3 B % < F $ % F C B C % B H ) B = C F & C = B ( J B 0 J $ B $ + = B = F % = B = G $ < B % F C B 0 H < B 0 F ! $ + = B B = C < F C B C % < B C < B C % B % + + $ B 0 < 3 % B 0 < B H * B C ) B 0 B < J B C B / B 0 3 + 3 B B < C B B C % = % . 3 B C B / D L B 0 3 + 3 B = C F C = B H * + ) B C % < B H J B C B C % B $ J + B < B 0 0 B < * J 3 B B F + B H * B < C % + + $ B H C % B B C $ C B 0 < C J C B @ B 0 3 + 3 B C B C % B < < < B f + < ' B C < 3 % B < < < = B H * B ) ) ! 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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 5AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Dear Patients and Friends, After almost 52 years in practice in Madison County, I am writing to inform you that I will be retiring from the active practice of medicine, beginning Nov. 1, 2014. I will be available to serve your medical needs until that date. It is very important that you make arrangements, as soon as possible, to select a new physician to be certain you receive uninterrupted medical care. Please contact your medical plan to obtain a list of physicians in the area who are eligible to become your new physician. You can also contact our office for a list of physicians, in Madison County, with their phone numbers. Once you have selected a new physician, you will need to complete an authorization to release your medical records to the new physician and have that physician fax this to our office, so that we can forward the appropriate copies, promptly. After I retire, records can still be obtained by contacting me at my mailing address, P.O. Box 179, Madison, Fl 32341. However, I will not have as much help then so it is important that you try to request the records transfer within the next few weeks. Thank you for having chosen me as your physician. It has been my pleasure and honor to serve you. I wish you continued health and wellness. Kindest regards, W.J. Bibb, M.D. Business Card Directory ROOFING SPECIALIST State Certified Building Contractor & Roofing Contractor License # CBC 1251818 / CCC 1328133 www.ewingconstructionandroofing.com Serving Madison & Surrounding CountiesLee (850) 971-5043€ Commercial / Residential € All Roof Types € Fully Insured € Proven Track Record € Free EstimatesQUALITY GUARANTEE! Halls Tire & Muffler Center(850) 973-3026Owner Daryl & Lee Anne Hall1064 E. US 90 € Madison, FlBeside Clover Farm Daryl Hall Volunteer Firefighter Appreciation In Madison CountyStory SubmittedThe Board of County Commissioners, Clerk of the Court and County Coordinator’s staff provided an appreciation supper for all Madison County Volunteer Fireghters and their families on Monday, Oct. 13. The event took place at the County Extension Ofce at 6 p.m. Volunteers from the eight volunteer re departments were honored for their commitment to serving the citizens of Madison County for no salary and risking their own well-being to help their neighbors at all hours every day. County Commission Chairman Ronnie Moore opened with a big thank you from county administrators and the blessing of the food by Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court. This has become an annual event and is done at no cost to the County. The community appreciates all those who serve as rst responders.Photo Submitted By Pat LightcapClerk of Court Tim Sanders, County Coordinator Allen Cherry, District 3 County Commissioner Ronnie Moore, County Planner Jeanne Bass, District 1 County Commissioner Justin Hamrick and District 5 County Commissioner Rick Davis, pictured from left to right, provided a delightful s upper to all the Madison County Volunteer Fire“ghters and their families.Photo Submitted By Pat LightcapJarrett Pickels stands in front of his father, Brad Pickels (right) and grandfather, Stan Pickels (left) at the Volunteer Fire“ghter Appreciation Supper held Monday, Oct. 13 to honor the volunteers. A.S.K. 4-H Club Hosts Costume Party By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Always Support Kids (A.S.K.) 4-H Club held their costume party on Thursday, Oct. 9 at the First Baptist Church. Junior Auxiliary of Madison provided the activities for the children while the parent meeting was held. The children made mummies and were served pizza and drinks. A.S.K. 4-H Club is now selling their blue t-shirts. You can purchase the t-shirt from any A.S.K. member. All proceeds will go towards the children attending 4-H Camp. The shirts will be available in March.Photo SubmittedA.S.K. 4-H Club held a costume party on Thursday, Oct. 9 where the kids were able to play, participlate in arts and crafts and eat some pizza. In the front row, pictured sitting from left to right, are: Nicole Lee, Kelsie Starling, Summer McLeod, Sydney Agner, Shiloh Agner, Paige McCool and Rebekah Kristensen. In the second row, pictured from left to right, are: Malakai Dietz, Mary Uphold and Sean McLeod. In the third row, pictured from left to right, are: Bridgette Grigsby (red shirt backwards cap), Trevor Starling and Rowen Dietz (football player). In the back row, pictured from left to right, are: Gracie Mendheim, Landon Mendheime, Mason Good, Dustin Ellis and Tucker McCool.

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SPORTSwww.greenepublishing.com 6 € Madison County CarrierWednesday, October 22, 2014 Players Of The Week Defensive Player Deonte McGee Special Teams John Moore Offensive Player Ja von Redding Defensive Player Pcole Harrell Offensive Player Timmy Burrus Offensive Player Shawn Blue Broncos Crush Bears 38-6By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison County Central School Broncos (2-2) crushed the visiting Havana Middle School Bears with a 38-6 nal score. "We played real well and we were able to get everybody in the game. The offense and defense both played really well," said Head Coach Mike Ragans. The offense was able to move the ball with ease against a stout Havana Middle School defense. Running Backs Marcus Ghent and Vinsonta Allen scored two touchdowns and Chalon Howard scored one touchdown. Derrion Staten was able to get the ball into the end zone for two two-point conversions. The defense only allowed six points during the entire contest. "The starting defense actually had a shutout and gave up only one rst down," Ragans said. The team is preparing to face the Suwannee Bullpups this week. "They run a lot of different sets and motions, we've got to line up directly with them," Ragans said. Photo Submitted By Amanda RodriguezThe Broncos take the “eld Thursday night for a matchup against Havana Middle School.Photo Submitted By Amanda RodriguezThe offense drives the ball down the “eld.Photo Submitted By Amanda RodriguezThe Broncos dominated the line of scrimmage.Photo Submitted By Amanda RodriguezThe offense put up 38 points against a stout Havana defense.Photo Submitted By Amanda RodriguezThe Broncos are now 2-2 after their 38-6 victory Thursday night.

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By William Smith Greene Publishing, Inc. Sometimes the pregnant pause, the anticipation, turns out to be far more compelling than the product itself. That was the case Friday evening, October 3, when Aucilla buried cross-state rival Munroe under an avalanche of simply more effective football, earning the Warriors a third straight victory over their bitter brothers from Quincy by a subjugating 42-0 margin, their first shutout in 16 games (41-0 over Rocky Bayou on Nov. 2, 2012). It was a fitting farewell for a senior class that, apart from a 32-20 loss in 2011, has been Bobcat kryptonite throughout its career, averaging a bruising 40 points per victory while holding Munroe to a meager 33 points in those same contests, all of which came in last year’s epic showdown at Kyle field. In fact, Friday’s blanking represents the second in three years, including a 430 drubbing in 2012. And so, it was a familiar sight as the Warriors hoisted the Interstate Rivalry trophy in front of the home stands following the final whistle, but for Aucilla coaches and players, that accustomed feeling certainly did not cheapen the occasion. “To have the opportunity to get three straight wins against our biggest rivals is pretty special, and these boys know that,” said head coach Colby Roberts. “This series has always been streaky. We’ll just ride that wave as long as it’ll take us.” That evening, the wave carrying the Warriors to victory was a player that seems to find a way every week to leave his indelible signature on the fate of the final score: senior Timothy Burrus. Burrus played like a man possessed, the very embodiment of a tornado of Bobcat destruction, making spectacular contested catches and fighting for tough yards on his way to 160 receiving and 30 rushing yards, as well as four of Aucilla’s six touchdowns. Roberts later reflected, “I am extremely proud of how Timmy played tonight. I think everyone could tell how important this last game against Munroe was to him. He came ready to leave it all out on the field, and he did just that. He was as focused as I’ve ever seen him. But really, that goes for all of the seniors. They all played very well.” As a team offensively, Aucilla turned in a balanced performance that saw both the passing and rushing game top 200 yards, continuing the trend from the past few weeks of a Warrior offense firing on all cylinders. Senior Quarterback Austin Bishop enjoyed an accurate evening, completing 13 of 17 attempts for 232 yards and two touchdowns, a 76 percent completion rate that reflects the ease with which the Warrior offense took charge of this game en route to the dominating final score. As has been the case in Aucilla’s recent stint of success, the running game was limited, yet extremely effective. As a team, the Warriors had only 31 carries, but gained 216 yards (nearly seven yards per attempt) and four touchdowns. Leading the charge was senior Shon Blue, who finished with five carries for 62 yards. Other contributors included Austin Harrell, who finished with 58 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries, and quarterback Austin Bishop, who had three carries for 49 yards, 48 of which came on an impressive touchdown scamper in the second quarter. Defensively, the Warriors played an airtight, techniqueproficient game that produced two turnovers and three sacks, pressuring the Munroe backfield early and often. The most encouraging aspect was the continued coming-out party of freshman Defensive End Cameron Burns, an intimidating specimen (6-3, 225 pounds) that is beginning to realize his potential as a dominant force. Burns finished the game with five tackles and two sacks, as well as a fumble recovery. Linebackers Austin Harrell and Cole Schwab also enjoyed a productive night, each totaling eight tackles, with Harrell registering a sack and Schwab adding a fumble recovery. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 7 SPORTS BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Warriors Trounce Bobcats 42-0, Improve to 4-2

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By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School Cowboys (6-2) dominated once again on offense and defense to take down the Ft. White High School Indians (4-2) Friday night with a nal score 25-14. The Cowboys played at home before a great crowd and loud cheering fans. The Cowboys showed a balanced offense against a stout Indian defense, gaining 150 yards on the ground and 149 yards through the air. The Cowboys accounted for one rushing and three passing touchdowns in their rout of the Indians. Eric Bright led the way in rushing, gaining 100 yards and the lone rushing touchdown in 19 attempts, averaging 5.3 yards per carry. Akevious Williams also notched 30 yards in six attempts, averaging ve yards per carry. Javon Redding was six yards shy of 100 yards in receiving and claimed two touchdowns. Jaquez Arnold also marched the ball across the plane for a touchdown in his only reception for 35 yards. Redding was named the Offensive Player of the Week; Deonte McGee is the Defensive Player of the Week; and John Moore is the Player of the Week for special teams. The Cowboys had a week off to prepare for the second half of the season. Head Coach Mike Coe said the week off allowed players to heal up and nish the season strong. “The open week really helped us heal some guys up and get our legs back underneath us. These guys have gone almost 10 weeks straight without a break, so it really helped in that regard,” Coe said. Coe said the Cowboys came out ready to play against the Indians, who were 4-1 coming into the game. “I thought we came out with lots of energy and excitement against Fort White. We had a chance to bury them early and had some penalties on offense that negated that,” he said. “Defensively, the effort was great, but we missed an assignment on their rst TD and misaligned on their second TD. We will continue to work on communicating as a defense to eliminate those types of mistakes.” Coe added the drive to score just before halftime and set the momentum for the rest of the game. “I thought the drive right before halftime was huge. To go back up by two scores going into half really gave us great momentum coming out of half,” he said. The Cowboys were named District Champs Friday night following their win which secured their place in the postseason playoffs. “I'm really, really happy for these kids, being district champs. Folks have no clue as to how hard they work and how much time they invest. I love coaching them and being around them, they're a great group of young men,” Coe said. The Cowboys have three games left on their regular season schedule before postseason matchups begin. Even though the end of the season is nearing, Coe said his team is still focused on getting better each day. “It is not hard to keep these guys focused at all. This group of kids hasn't had a bad practice dating all the way back to the Spring. They love each other, care about each other and prepare at a high level,” Coe said. “We won the district title last week, but we have more goals ahead of us, mainly, improving daily and weekly, and being at our best every Friday night.” The Cowboys will now prepare to take on non-conference foe, the DeLand High School Bulldogs (5-3) at home on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. “DeLand is on a hot streak right now and they will come in and play a great game. They have a tremendous coach and good players. 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MEDICAL CENTER M adison nvites you to attend a ribbon cutting celebration and open house of our new location! Wednesday, October 29, 2014, 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Heavy hors doeuvres 235 SW Dade Street M adison, Florida (850) 973-1402I Cowgirls Drop Fifth Game Of Season To Godby 3-1By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison County High School varsity volleyball (3-5) team played Thursday night, Oct. 2, against Godby High School and suffered their fth loss of the season with a 31 nal score. However, they came back to beat Hamilton County on Tuesday night with a nal score. Thursday night, the Cowgirls returned home for a matchup against East Gadsden High School. “We hope to out hustle them and really show them that our Cowgirls have talent,” said Head Coach Quaneesha Johnson. JV Cowboys tame CHS Tigers in 30-7 win By Bryant Thigpen Greene Publishing, Inc.The Madison County High School JV Cowboys (5-2) traveled to Lake City Thursday night and defeated the Columbia High School Tigers (4-1, according to maxpreps.com) with a nal score 30-7. The Cowboys have won their last four games. The season in review The JV team opened their season again on the road against Wakulla High School War Eagles and suffered their rst loss, 18-0. The Cowboys then took on the Columbia High School Tigers and defeated them 34-22. Their next game was on the road in Live Oak against the Suwannee High School Bulldogs, where they lost their second game of the season by a 18-6 nal score. The next opponent was the Baker County High School Wildcats, who were defeated 27-0 by the Cowboys. On Sept. 25, the Pelham High School Hornets were rattled by the Cowboys in a 508 win at home. Taylor County left Boothill with a 64-12 loss on Oct. 2. Columbia High was no match for Cowboys, who were defeated 30-7 on their turf.Cowboys rout Ft. White Indians 25-14I'm really, really happy for these kids, being district champs. Folks have no clue as to how hard they work and how much time they invest. I love coaching them and being around them, they're a great group of young men.Ž -Coach Coe“

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 9 Shane Mercer1. Georgia Christian @ ACA2. West Va @ Ok. State8. AZ @ Ws. State9. Temple @ UCF 3. Southern Califoriania @Utah4. Akron @ Ball St6. Texas State @ LA Monroe5. MN @ Illinois7. Central MI @ Buffalo10. Alabama @ TennesseeMarie Carter

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By Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc. Tammy Floyd was diagnosed with invasive lobular carcinoma in March of this year. She will know by Wednesday, Oct. 29 if she is in remission. “I am positive it is gone,” said Floyd. Floyd discovered the breast cancer but kept hoping that it would go away. “I had cancer for a year before I went (to the doctor) because I kept putting it off,” said Floyd. For her treatment, she had a double mastectomy and seven lymph nodes removed. Out of those seven, two were cancerous. She also had four treatments of chemotherapy and 36 treatments of radiation. She views this as a second chance at life and plans to not take a second of it for granted. She has four children: Daniella, 19; Will, 17; Trace, 14; and Kassidy, 12, who have helped her through this. “My kids keep me going,” said Floyd. Floyd is also grateful to the Madison community, who has helped her through this. The staff of Lee Elementary School cooked her family a couple of weeks worth of food and the Madison County School Board cooked her several days worth of food. People also hosted fundraiser dinners for her.Courtesy of http://ww5.komen.org/There are a number of ways to check for breast cancer. Some tests are basic; some are more invasive but provide more information. But all are vital to help detect this disease.Quality of Screening TestsThe quality of a screening test is judged by two aspects, sensitivity and specificity.Sensitivity= How well the test identifies who has a disease. Specificity= How well it identifies who does not have a disease. The goal of any screening test is to correctly identify everyone who has a certain disease (100 percent sensitivity). Ideally, it would also be able to correctly identify everyone who does not have the disease (100 percent specificity). A perfect test would do so with no mistakes. There would be no false negatives (when those who have the disease are missed by the test) and no false positives (when healthy people are incorrectly shown to have the disease). But today, no perfect test exists.The Trade-Off Between Sensitivity and SpecificityNo screening test has perfect sensitivity and perfect specificity. There’s always a trade-off between the two. A test that is very sensitive will pick up even the slightest abnormal finding. So it won’t miss many cases of the disease, but it may mistake some healthy people as having the disease when they don't. These false positive findings can lead to further testing and some anxious moments for a person who does not have the disease. A test that is very specific, on the other hand, won’t have many false positives, but may miss more cases of the disease. This balance between sensitivity and specificity is important for all screening tests, including mammography and clinical breast exam. Types of Screening Tests and Diagnostic ToolsClinical Breast Exam:Performed by a trained health care provider, it’s a vital part of your regular medical checkup. Mammography:The best screening test for breast cancer today uses X-rays to create images of the breast. May also be used as a follow-up test after an abnormal finding. Breast MRI: Used for breast cancer diagnosis, staging and screening for women at higher risk, breast MRI uses magnetic fields and an intravenous contrast agent to create images of the breast.Breast Ultrasound: A non-invasive procedure that uses sound waves to create an image of the breast. Often performed as a follow-up after an abnormal mammogram or clinical breast exam. See more at: http://ww5.komen.org /AboutBreastCancer/ScreeningandEarlyDetection/Scree ningTestsandDiagnosticTools/ScreeningTestsDiagnosticTo ols.html#sthash.BjBp zzo7.dpuf.Blood donors hold an important role in helping many women battling breast cancer. The harsh effects of chemotherapy can take their toll on patients, and as a result, many cancer patients require blood and platelet transfusions throughout their treatment. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, OneBlood encourages people to share their power to save lives by donating blood or platelets in honor of the more than 1.6 million people battling cancer. To schedule an appointment visitoneblood.orgor call (850) 877-7181. All donors who give at OneBlood Donor Center locations between Oct. 1 and Oct. 21 will receive a limited edition t-shirt designed to show you are helping in the ght against cancer by donating blood or platelets. Each blood type holds a unique power to save lives. Donors are encouraged to target their blood type towards specic donation methods to maximize their lifesaving gift. People who have A+, B+, AB+, ABand O+ are perfect candidates to donate platelets. To nd out more about the importance of platelet donations visithttp:// www.oneblood. o-rg/learn/ donationmethods/platelet-donation.stml.People with O-, Band Ablood are encouraged to donate whole blood or double red blood cells. To nd out more about each blood type and the power it holds, visit www.oneblood.org/target-yourtype.10 € Madison County Carrier Madison County Carrier € 11 Wednesday, October 22, 2014Wednesday, October 22, 2014 National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Your Choice Just Got Clearer With four convenient locations for digital mammography, your choice just got clearer. SGMCs sophisticated, full-“eld technology provides shorter exam times, earlier detection, faster results, better visibility and overall superior care.Digital Mammography Locations: South Georgia Medical Center SGMC Womens Imaging Center SGMC Smith Northview Campus SGMC Berrien Campus sgmc.org/mammo 888117 In Honor From: Emerald Parsons And Cheltsie and Brooke KinsleyTammy Floyd In Honor From: Jim & Sandra Stanley & FamilySylvia Cruce Blood Donors Have the Power to Help Breast Cancer PatientsThis October Unite in the Fight Against CancerBy Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc.Roxanne Jackson, Vice President and Branch Manager of Citizens State Bank in Madison, was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2012. She went into remission in September of 2013. “When I was diagnosed I was feeding my horses some hay and when I pitched the hay out, I felt a pinch under my arm,” said Jackson. Jackson describes the pinch as more shocking than painful. It concerned Jackson as she had had several biopsies before, so she went to the doctor the very next day. The type of breast cancer was non-detectable in the breast tissue. Normal ways of detection would not have caught the cancer. Fortunately, Jackson listened to her body and was able to catch it early. For treatment, she had bilateral mastectomy, six months of chemotherapy and two months of radiation. While going through treatment, Jackson continued to work at Citizens State Bank. Staying on a normal schedule, her faith in the Lord and the support of her family and her ofce family was what helped her continue and stay positive. “I never looked at it as life threatening,” said Jackson. “I looked at it as a challenge.” Jackson has not had a reoccurrence of cancer but she is still aware that it is a possibility. During her ght, her doctor told her to take it one day at a time and face tomorrow later and the motto has stuck with her in her life even now that she is in remission and back to normal. Jackson wants everyone to know that it is extremely important to listen to what your body is telling you. Don’t put off going to the doctor and having things checked. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, October 17, 2014Roxanne Jackson has been in remission from breast cancer for one year. I never looked at it as life threatening, I looked at it as a challenge.Ž Roxanne Jackson “ Roxanne Jackson : One Year In Remission Breast Cancer Screening Tests & Diagnostic Tools Tammy Floyd Completes Treatment For Breast Cancer Photo SubmittedTammy Floyd is shown holding her completion of treatment certi“cate for radiation therapy.

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By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Second MCHS Cowgirls Softball Golf Classic is set for Saturday, Nov. 15. Teams are limited to four players. It is $50 a player or $200 per team. The two tee times are 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. and it will be a shotgun start. Lunch will be bar-b-que sandwiches, chips and drinks and will be served to all teams at noon. Longest drive, closest to pin and longest putt will be awarded for each tee time. Teams may sign up at the Madison Golf and Country Club at (850) 973-6701 or call Tommy Garner at (850) 464-7221. For more information about the classic, contact Rusty Smith at (850) 973-0425. All funds received will go to support the MCHS Softball for the 2014 season. Whole Boston Butts will also be available for $25.By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Madison Academy will host their Fall Festival on Friday, Oct. 24, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. There will be a spooky hayride running through the event for the children to enjoy. There will also be game booths and a bounce slide. The game booths will cost between one and two tickets per game. Tickets will be sold in three different amounts: 10 tickets for $5, 22 tickets for $10 and 45 tickets for $20. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be sold at the Fall Festival. SCHOOL www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014 12 € Madison County Carrier Featuring: The Grapevine, Southern Rain & The American Lumberjacks FOREST CAPITAL STATE PARK PERRY, FLORIDA Highway 19 South 59thAnnual Florida Forest Festival FREE ADMISSION The Grapevine October 25, 2014 For More Information 850-584-TREE (8733) Madison Academy’s Fall Festival Set for Oct. 24Support The MCHS Cowgirls Softball Golf Classic

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By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Earlier this year the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) announced they would be accepting applications from school districts across the state, for an opportunity to receive a three-year School Improvement Grant (SIG) that would begin this school year. Out of 67 school districts in Florida, only 11 districts were awarded the grant money. Madison County Central School (MCCS) was not only one of those 11, but was also the highest rated application for receiving the grant. Beginning with this 2014-2105 school year, MCCS received $1.06 million from the grant, and will receive the same amount for the following two school years. The grant was received due to the efforts of Cheryl James, Coordinator of Federal Programs at the district office in Madison, and Dale Rickards, Coordinator of Online Learning Technology, also at Madison’s district office, who wrote the grant proposal, while working with a Community Assessment Team (CAT) made up of school administration, churches, teachers, students and businesses. Both James and Rickards said the grant was very competitive and that stringent guidelines came with the writing of the grant proposal. The guidelines proved to be so strict that when the deadline approached, FLDOE extended the proposal due date to allow districts time to finish their proposals. At first James and Rickards weren’t happy about the extension because they had carefully followed all the checkmarks for writing the proposal and were among the first district to finish, even after working on a second rewrite. In retrospect, the duo understands now that by taking advantage of the extra time and making the decision to completely rewrite their proposal, it earned the district the coveted grant. In rewriting the grant for a third time, the two dedicated women began looking for a way to write the proposal that would set them apart. The rewrite resulted in a grid using the Five Essentials Elements of Successful School Turnarounds (stressed by the state and School Superintendent Doug Brown) which consists of Leadership, Instructional Improvement, Curriculum, School Climate and Parent and Community Involvement; charted against Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching Effectiveness which includes four domains consisting of Planning and Preparation, Classroom Environment, Instruction and Professional Responsibilities. This grid showed detailed action steps the district would make to improve the Central school, but also went beyond action steps to include sustainability; meaning after the grant ran out, the school would still have guidelines in place to ensure the changes were a permanent part of the school environment. James put it this way, “We took information that would turn around a school and using all elements on our grid, put everything into action steps, for all three years.” Rickards added, “We we’re really writing for year number four (the year after the grant ran out). Our proposal was well designed and the only proposal that included sustainability.” James and Rickards were not the only dedicated members to help secure the grant for the district. “We had a tremendous amount of input from stakeholders of the school on what they believed would turn the school around,” said James. All in all, the CAT group who assisted was made up of 489 people in the Madison County community who all put forth their ideas for the school to achieve its goal. “With everyone’s help, we developed a design framework for sustainable turnaround at MCCS,” stated Rickard. After 10 weeks of working a regular work schedule, a total of 165 hours of overtime, working over Spring Break, late nights, working Sundays and help from almost 500 people in the community, (including two supportive and understanding husbands), both James and Rickard are thrilled to see MCCS implementing their hard work into the school and are excited to see the future of Madison County schools. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 13SCHOOL LAST CHANCE TO ENTER Talent ShowNovember 8Rocky Springs United Methodist Church Entry Deadline Friday, October 24 Call Ginger Jarvis (850) 464-2022 Cash Prizes MCCS Awarded Coveted SIG Grant Due To Dedication Of District DuoGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, September 21, 2014Cheryl James and Dale Rickards who both work at the School Board District Of“ce, worked many hours on their grid (pictured on the table) that helped them secure the School Improvement Grant for the Central School. NFCC Shows Off New Automation And Production Technology Program During Open HouseProgram Offers Training And Industry Recognized Credentials For Employment In The Manufacturing IndustryClose to 200 people turned out for North Florida Community College’s Automation and Production Technology Open House and Employer Forum on Sept. 25 at the NFCC Career and Technical Education Center. The event began with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Madison County Chamber of Commerce and a welcome by NFCC President John Grosskopf who applauded the program’s administrators, faculty and staff as “phenomenal” assets to the College. “Please take a moment to get to know them [NFCC faculty and staff], be inspired by them, and know that you could not have picked a better place to trust with your educational training needs,” said Grosskopf as he welcomed guests. With classes set to begin in January, the event offered tours, equipment demonstrations and enrollment information throughout the day to visitors and potential students. The program’s 3D printing and robotic systems technologies drew much attention. The program will teach the latest in advanced manufacturing equipment and technology through hands on practical experience including specialized training with FANUC robotic systems technology, Stratasys 3D printing systems, hydraulic systems, electronics, pneumatic systems and CAD using SolidWorks software. “We want to make sure the people that leave this program are employable,” said David Dunkle, Director of Economic Development, Workforce and Career Education at NFCC. “Industry support has been phenomenal for the program.” The Georgia Pacic Foley Cellulose plant in Perry (Taylor County) donated $900 to benet a student scholarship that was awarded at the open house. Foley Cellulose Public Affairs Manager Scott Mixon attended to present the scholarship. “Our donation to North Florida Community College is right in line with our focus on education,” said Mixon. The NFCC Foundation also awarded two student scholarships to the program. Other industries and partnerships recognized at the open house included CareerSource North Florida, Chemring Ordnance, Nestle Waters, Snyder’s-Lance and Technical Training Aids. The NFCC Automation and Production Technology program will begin classes Jan. 7. For more information, contact Daisy Garcia, NFCC XCEL-IT Coordinator, at (850) 973-9442 orgarciad@nfcc.edu. More information is also available atwww.nfcc.edu/xcel-it.

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SubmittedOn September 26, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Administrator Dr. Mary Wakeeld announced the award of grants to support health care in rural areas, including funds for the planning of a rural health network in Suwannee, Taylor, Madison, Hamilton and Lafayette counties. The grant is being awarded to St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Live Oak, in partnership with over 20 local public and private community based organizations. "This funding will allow these counties to expand their network and enhance local capacity and coordination of care," said Dr. Celeste Philip, Deputy Secretary for Health at the Florida Department of Health. "The Department of Health fully supports these efforts. By working together, rural health care partners can increase access to vital and high-quality health care services in their communities where they are most needed." St. Luke's Episcopal Church applied for HRSA Rural Health Network Planning and Development funding on behalf of the medically isolated rural residents in a ve county area of North Central Florida and community partners in Hamilton, Madison, Taylor, Lafayette and Suwannee Counties. The focus of this grant will be to capitalize on the momentum and commitment by local partners to improve the delivery of health care, ancillary services and health outcomes, by formally establishing and expanding a "Network" of community partners that already include ve county health departments, Shands Hospital Live Oak, The Healthy Start Coalition for Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties, Inc., the Taylor County School District, the Suwannee County School District, Brehon Family Services, Partnership for Strong Families, Apalachee Mental Health, Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, DISC Village, the United Way of Suwannee Valley, the Florida Departments of Children and Families and Juvenile Justice and many more. All ve counties are in the bottom quartile of Florida in Median Family Income, with child and elderly poverty rates far exceeding the state average, with poverty rates for children and elders exceeding twice the state rate. Health and mental health indicators for these counties are signicantly worse than indicators represented in statewide averages. This grant would specically develop a network of agencies committed to improving rural health and health related services to geographically isolated residents, including the development of a business plan and cost model for the delivery of health and ancillary services to geographically remote locations in the ve county areas in anticipation of seeking both public and private funding opportunities, by the end of the grant funding period. For further information contact George Hinchliffe (386) 2492431. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014 14 € Madison County CarrierCHURCH Rural Health Planning Funds Awarded To Local Church Partnership Bible Deliverance Church Holds Fall FestivalBy Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.Bible Deliverance Church will be holding its annual fall festival on Saturday, Oct. 25, beginning at 4 p.m. The event is open to the community and everything is free of charge. Come out and enjoy a delicious dinner which will be served starting at 4 p.m. There will be a horseshoe tournament, basketball, bounce houses, games and much more. Every child in attendance will leave with a bag full of goodies. "This is our way of giving back to the community that we love," Senior Pastor Tommy Thigpen said. "We want everybody to come out and join us for what's going to be a great afternoon of fun." Sunday morning Bible study begins at 10 a.m., with morning worship at 11 a.m. Sunday evening services begin at 5 p.m. For more information, please call (850) 973-4622. October Fest Set For This SaturdayBy Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison Church of God will be holding October Fest on Saturday, Oct. 25, on the church grounds. Activities will begin around 5:30 p.m., and will last until 8:30 p.m. The highlight of the event is the mystery dinner which will be available at no charge. During the evening, there will be a three-onthree basketball tournament as well as kickball, volleyball, a bon re with smores and much more. Branton Treglown, who was recently named the youth pastor for the church, will share a 15 minute devotion with everyone in attendance. There is no charge to attend the event and the community is invited to attend.

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By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.Sirmans Baptist Church in Greenville recently launched their new children's ministry known as “The Ark.” Their rst ofcial Wednesday night in the program was Oct. 15. The purpose behind the ministry is very simple: reaching children. “We want to love the kids and lead them into a relationship with Jesus Christ,” said Matt Thompson, pastor of recreation. “We also want to connect with the parents.” The program is designed for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. On a typical Wednesday night, the church will feed the children a light meal at 6 p.m. They will then move into a Bible lesson which will include simple praise and worship songs. The students will enjoy some recreation time with their friends before the evening concludes at 7 p.m. While this program is designed for the little people, the church also has activities for the youth and conducts a small group study for adults. “We would like to invite everybody that has kids to come out and enjoy this new direction which is reaching kids,” Thompson said. “Our mission is to see people love God and love each other.” For more information or for transportation, please call Senior Pastor Jimmy Fletcher at (850) 869-0269. In case you missed it – we happen to be in another election cycle with the ubiquitous compliment of expected attack ads. Since moving back to Florida this past August, I might have thought that just maybe the politics of the panhandle would be of a kinder, gentler sort. If I thought that (which I didn't) then I would have been sorely disappointed. It turns out that the Deep South is a little different than the Midwest where my wife and I have been ministering for the last six-and-a-half years. Most people I know in both parts of our nation are disillusioned, disheartened and disappointed after the votes are counted and that’s usually on both sides of the ideological divide. Then you have the ongoing stalemate in Washington with the Executive Branch disregarding portions of the Constitution, the Judiciary making laws by fiat and the Legislative Branch so deeply polarized that they cannot get any law passed that even comes close to addressing the critical issues we face as a society. It seems so bad that you might be tempted to ask, "What use is government if it's this dysfunctional?" Good question. Let's see what God's Word has to say about it. Most Christians don't realize that God created three institutions for the welfare of His creation. The first is the family, the second is the church, and the third is government. You've heard it said that even bad government is better than no government because a society devoid of governance is a society in utter chaos. Yet, how many of our fellow citizens know that the Lord Himself established government and we are responsible to seek, by all appropriate means, the welfare of the representative republic under which we live (Romans 13, 1 Peter 2:1117)? But sadly, many young adults have given up on our governmental institutions ever being anything but inefficient, wasteful and even corrupt. They are highly skeptical of the process and disgusted by the end results. This is why many have opted out of the process and that includes some citizens who are not so young anymore. But I would assume that you would never dream of "giving up" on the family or the church, so why would you do just that when it comes to the government under which the Lord has providentially placed us? Government itself is good; it's the driving forces within the halls of government that have made it odious and it has ever been thus because we live in a fallen world that is imperfect at best. Yet, the New Testament tells us that we are citizens of two kingdoms. We're called to give unto Caesar (the government) that which is rightfully required (which, in a republic like ours, certainly includes the minimal involvement of casting a ballot every two years), and, likewise, to render unto God that which is God’s (such as one's participation in a local church). So, the next time you hear someone speak disparagingly of the government or the political process, remind him or her that it’s an institution created by the Creator and is therefore worthy of our blood, sweat and tears (not to mention our votes) to make it what God intended it to be. Anything less is a capitulation to the forces of darkness. And, need I say, it’s also poor theology. So this time around, get informed, get on your knees and get off the couch as you exercise your God-given right of participation in helping determine what kind of society and governance my family and I (not to mention your own) will have to live under in the days to come. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 15CHURCH C h u r c h D i r e c t o r yFirst United Methodist Church (850) 973-6295 Rev. Robert E. Laidlaw Pocko 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 The PulpitBy Gary Cox Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church Government: An Institution Created By God Sirmans Baptist Launches New Children's Ministry

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 17CHURCH € Open 24/7 € Lee First Baptist Homecoming Set For Nov. 2By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.Lee First Baptist Church will be holding its homecoming service on Sunday, Nov. 2, beginning at 10:30 a.m. There will be a covered dish lunch following the morning worship service. LifeSong will perform from 10:30 a.m., until about 11:10 a.m. Following a short break, the morning worship service will begin around 11:15 a.m. The guest speaker for the service is Dr. David Burton of the Florida Baptist Convention. For more information, please call (850) 464-7463.LifeSong Madison's Got Talent Coming Nov. 8By Bryant ThigpenGreene Publishing, Inc.Anyone with a talent to share is invited to come out to Rocky Springs United Methodist Church on Saturday, Nov. 8, for Madison's Got Talent, a talent competition that is open to Madison County residents. “We want everyone who has talent to come out,” said Ginger Jarvis, event coordinator. “It's going to be a great time.” The talent contest is open to clean entertainment, which includes dancing, singing, poetry reading, acting, instrumentals and much more. A panel of judges will then pick the top three performances. The rst place winner will receive $500; second place will win $300; and third place will walk away with $200. The competition is open to all ages and the deadline to apply is Oct. 24. There is a $15 entrance fee. For more information, please call (850) 464-2022. October 25The Madison Church of God will be hosting “October Fest” on Sat., Oct. 25, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a free mystery dinner, three-onthree basketball tournament, kickball, volleyball, bon re with smores and a 15 minute devotion led by Youth Pastor Branton Treglown. Everyone is invited to attend. October 25Bible Deliverance Church in Madison will be holding its fall festival on Saturday, Oct. 25, beginning at 4 p.m. The community is invited to come and enjoy delicious food and join in a horseshoe tournament. There will also be bounce houses and several games for children. Children in attendance will also leave with a bag full of candy. For more information, please call (850) 973-4622.November 1A prayer walk will be held on Saturday, Nov. 1, which will begin at Four Freedoms Park in downtown Madison. Participants will meet at 9 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend. November 9Classic Praise will be in concert at the First Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 5 p.m. The church is located at 134 West Meeting Ave., in Madison.November 21Sunday Drive, one of America's favorite comedy bands, and LifeSong will be in concert at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Madison on Friday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. Admission is free, however, a love offering will be received during the concert. For more information, please call (850) 464-0114. Church Calendar

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE YARD SALE LOST DOG FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Classifieds Work Classifieds Work$15 $15(for 20 words or less) Wednesday & Friday Wednesday & Friday & on the & on the website & e-pub website & e-pubCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141www.greenepublishing.com SERVICES WANTED Classifieds . LEGAL 18 € Madison County Carrier Wednesday, October 22, 2014 FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 10/20/2014 THROUGH 10/26/2014 Pageant and Prom Dresses For Sale:Size 4 children's off white dress, worn as ”ower girl dress, lace work around bodice, pretty lace work at bottom, cap sleeves $25. Size 8 Teen Dress A fuchsia strapless gorgeous dress. The dress has gathers up the bodice and a sequined design down the left side and laces up half the back. There is also a train on this dress and a split up one leg. $200.Size 16 pre-teen size white long pageant gown, cap sleeves, white sequin work across entire bodice and sleeves $100. Size 10 Teen Dress A beautiful, elegant, ”owing emerald green dress. Has eye-catching beaded straps that criss cross in the back along with a beaded design in the front of the dress. Beautiful ”owing train. $200. Size 14 (child's size 14 but dress is for a teen division approximately 13-15) GORGEOUS lime green dress, strapless but with spaghetti straps that criss cross across the back, sequins spotted across the entire gown, built-in crinoline absolutely gorgeous. $250.Call Emerald Greene (850) 973-3497 Leave a message.7/23 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBecome A Certi“ed Nursing Assistant Quest Training offers a nurse taught CNA prep class. No GED required if age 18. Professional training site, high pass rates. Now accepting students. 386-362-1065.10/1 10/29, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayFort Madison SelfStorage on 53 South has 5x10, 10x10 and 10x20 units available. Call (850) 973-4004.5/14 rtn, n/c12x18 building with 6 porch located on State Road 53 South. Ideal for a small or start-up business. Come see for yourself how it could work for you. (850) 973-4141.5/14 rtn, n/c Pressure Washing I can pressure wash your house, business, sidewalks and drive-ways. Call (850) 843-4405.7/23 rtn, n/c Asphalt Milling, 18 tons, $350 load. Call Paul Kinsley at (850) 464-1230.8/27 rtn, n/c Hunting Camp For Sale Jefferson County 10 acres 2 BD 1 BA, screened front porch, well, septic, electric, skinner rack, dog pens. Located between scenic Aucilla and Wacissa Rivers. Asking $60,000. Call (850) 491-0064.10/8 10/22, pdLooking to acquire acreage for pinestraw harvesting. 10 acres or more slash and long leave pinestraw. Leases paid prior to bailing. Insurance provided. Please contact Shef“eld Pinestraw, LLC at (850) 673-8318 or (850) 973-3815.10/15 11/5, pdPinetta Volunteer Fire Dept. and Pinetta Community Center will host a yard sale Saturday, November 1 from 8 a.m. 3 p.m. The Fire Department will be serving breakfast and then fried chicken dinners at noon. Booths are free. If you would like to reserve a booth for the yard sale, call Sharon Shadrick (850) 251-0999. Also if you would like to donate items for the Fire Department to sell, contact Sharon Shadrick. Look for the yellow signs the day of the sale.10/15 10/29, n/c Executive Director of Development and External Affairs. See www.nfcc.edu for details.10/15 10/29, c Drivers: Do you want more than $1,000 a Week? Excellent Monthly Bonus Program/Bene“ts. Weekend Hometime you Deserve! Electronic Logs/Rider Program. 877-704-3773.10/15, 10/22, pdSUMMARY The primary role of the Residential Child Care Specialist/Houseparent (RCCS) is to oversee the day-to-day care and supervision of the resident children assigned to his/her cottage. The Residential Child Care Specialist/Houseparent is responsible for monitoring all the aspects of daily cottage life and is, in essence, the primary caring person for the child/youth during his/her stay at the Madison Youth Ranch. EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE € MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT FOR THIS POSITION … 21 YEARS OLD € High School Diploma or equivalent € Experience with at risk youth in a residential setting preferred € Basic knowledge of “rst aid and CPR € Valid Florida Driver's License (with passenger endorsement). Please mail, fax or email your resumes to the Madison Youth Ranch. Email: jobs@fumch.org Fax: (386) 668-4486 Mailing: PO Box 38 Pinetta, Fl. 3235010/22, 10/29, cLead Technical Representative Needed This position requires extensive travel including weekends, some holidays and at times overseas. We do require you have a valid drivers license, pass a back ground check and drug screen, knowledge of tools & equipment, ability to lift 50lbs, interact with customers, two (2) years crew lead experience, basic computer skills, and have professional communication skills. Not required but prefer you have a passport and construction knowledge. We have two (2) positions available; please apply in person at Big Top Mfg. on Friday 10/17/14 through Friday 10/31/14. Big Top is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate discrimination in employment based upon race, sex, religion, color, nation origin, age, disability, marital status, special disabled veteran or any other characteristic protected by law.10/17, 10/22, c Employment Opportunity Town Manager/Clerk Town of Lee is currently seeking a proven professional for the position of Town Manager/Clerk. Commission-Town Manager form of government. $1 million budget includes 6 departments (administration, public works, water, sewer, streets, and recreation services). Successful applicant must possess strong communication, leadership, organization, management, and computer skills. Knowledge in preparation and execution of budgets, QuickBooks (including payroll), water, sewer, public works, recreation and land planning is needed. Email your resume to leemanager@lee”orida.org or apply at Town Hall, 286 NE CR 255, Lee FL 32059, Monday … Friday, 8:00 am … 5:00 pm. Copies of the full job description and application can be found on the towns website: ( www.lee”orida.org ). The Town expects to “ll the position by November 17, 2014. Applications for this position are due no later than 5 p.m. on October 30, 2014. Salary Range: $25,000 to $28,000. The Town of Lee is a drug free workplace and an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. Applications Accepted For Open Positions Only.10/17, 10/22, c NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that JUDY H. ANDREWS the holder of the following certi“cate has “led said certi“cate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certi“cate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and name in which it is assessed is as follows: CERTIFICATE NO: 12-1312 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2012 NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: JAMES C. STRICKLAND PARCEL ID: 34-3N-10-6151-003-000 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: COMMENCING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW/4) OF SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST AND THE WATSON LINE IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN THENCE NORTH 860539Ž WEST ALONG SAID WATSON LINE 286.58 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING AND LEAVING SAID WATSON LINE, RUN THENCE S 003011 WEST 456.0 THENCE RUN NORTH 860539 WEST 191.40, THENCE RUN NORTH 003011Ž EAST 456.0 TO THE NORTH SAID OF A 30 GRADED ROAD AND THE WATSON LINE, THENCE RUN SOUTH 860539 EAST ALONG SAID WATSON LINE 191.40 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 2.0 ACRES, MORE OR LESS All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such certi“cate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certi“cate will be sold to the highest bidder at the west front door at the Madison County Courthouse on the 20th day of NOVEMBER 2014 at 11:00 a.m. Dated this 7th day of October, 2014 TIM SANDERS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT MADISON COUNTY MADISON, FLORIDA BY: /s/ Renata Keeling DEPUTY CLERK 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5 Fiscal Of“cer Position Available Senior Citizen Council of Madison as a position available for a Fiscal Of“cer. Quali“cations: High school diploma/GED with 5 years of experience in accounting. Attention to details and high degree of accuracy in all paper work. Mandatory computer experience. Must be able to communicate well with people. Please apply in person with a resume or application to Human Resources at the Senior Citizen Center 1161 SW Harvey Greene Drive, Madison, Fl. Applications may be picked up at the Senior Citizens Center. No phone calls please.10/22, 10/29, c Spacious 5 BD 2 BA Home located on NW Haffye Drive in Greenville. 3,211 square feet. Screened porch. Lease to own. Call for details (855) 671-5654.10/22 11/12, pdRepo homes of Merit. 3 BD 2 BA 32x80 home Priced to sell. Call Tish (386) 466-8315.10/22 rtn, cNew Houses Priced to Sell 3 and 4 bedrooms. Call Tish (386) 466-8315.10/22 rtn, c2015 Energy Star Homes Lowest price in town. Call Tish for details (386) 466-8315.10/22 rtn, cHave you been turned down for a mobile home? I can get you “nanced Call Tish (386) 466-8315.10/22 rtn, cClearance Mobile Homes Call Tish for details (386) 466-8315.10/22 rtn, cRepo all size and color, big and small Price starting at $17,900 cash. Call Magic Mike at (386) 623-4218.10/22 rtn, c 2000 Pioneer 3/2 Remodeled top to bottom, new metal roof. Call Mike at (386) 623-4218.10/22 rtn, cWe Buy Used Mobile Houses Single or Double Wide. Call Mike at (386) 623-4218.10/22 rtn, cInvestor Needed Earn 12 percent on your money, secure with house. Call Mike at (386) 623-4218.10/22 rtn, cClearance Sale on all 2014 model houses. Call Mike at (386) 623-4218.10/22 rtn, c125 lb Female Pit Bull Red coloring all over with white spot under neck. Blue collar with name Greski.Ž Owner says dog is friendly. Contact: Barbara Moore (850) 274-0980 569 SE Seaboard St Lee. Transportation Assistant Senior Citizens council of Madison County, Inc is seeking a part time Transportation Assistant for the Lee area. Job Objective: This position provides safe, affordable, dependable transportation and delivering of meals to the Lee area. Duties may also include transporting seniors to and from the center for activities, medical appointments as needed, but primarily delivery of meals in the Lee area, and completing necessary paperwork in a timely manner. Requirements: High School Diploma or GED, mandatory safe driving record, ability and desire to work with the handicapped and elderly, friendly and dependable, must have own transportation and a valid Florida Chauffeur's license. Completed application is required. To obtain an application please come by the Madison County Senior Center at 1161 SW Harvey Greene Dr. Of“ce hours are 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. apply in person only, no phone calls please.10/22, 10/29, cAuctions Bankruptcy Auction … Onsite & Online. October 28th at 10 am. Tuxedo Fruit Company 3487 S. US Hwy 1 Fort Pierce, Fl 34982 Citrus Packing Plant, Forklifts, Trailers, Compressors, Pallet Wrap Machine, Of“ce Furniture & Equipmentwww.moeckerauctions.com2 Preview Days: 10/20 & 10/27 10 am4 pm Case #14-23036-EPK 10%-13%BP. (800) 840-BIDS Subj to con“rm. AB-1098 AU-3219, Eric Rubin. Employment DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW! Learn to drive for CON-WAY TRUCKLOAD NO Experience Needed. Local CDL Training Apply Today! 1-800-876-7364. Health & Medical Oxygen Concentrator InogenOne Regain Independence & Enjoy Greater Mobility. 100% Portable! LongLasting Battery. Try It Risk Free. Call 800-619-5300 For Cash Purchase Only. Miscellaneous AIRLINE CAREERS Start Here Get FAA certi“ed with hands on training in Aviation Maintenance. Financial aid for quali“ed students. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-314-5838. OTR Drivers Wanted Experienced OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Quali“ed drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-266-3731 / www.bulldoghiway.com EOE. Real Estate/ Homes NC Mtns near Lake Lure. New cabin on 1.5 acres, huge porches, vaulted ceiling, 1,200sf, ready to “nish. $74,900. Call 828-286-1666. Real Estate/ Land for Sale Tennessee Mountains NEW CABIN $149,900 3 BR, 2.5 BA, "sold as is" 28.5 Acres, Creeks, Mountain Views, Trout Stream, Minutes to Watts Bar Lake Power, Roads, Financing. Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423-756-5700.1 BD House Yellow Pine. A/C + heat, appliances, washer, dryer, storage shed. $450 plus deposit plus utilities. (419) 351-8084.10/22, pd

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014Madison County Carrier € 19 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com and at www.”oridapublicnotices.com ----Legals ---10/15, 10/22 PUBLIC NOTICE … CHERRY LAKE BEACH/BOAT RAMP TEMPORARY CLOSURE The Countys Cherry Lake Beach facility including the boat ramp will be closed to the public from November 1, 2014 to November 30, 2014 to make needed improvements. If you have any questions, please call Jeanne Bass, County Planner, Madison County Annex Building 850-973-3179.10/17 11/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 2014-84-CP IN RE:ESTATE OF ANN M. WILKINS a/k/a ANNIE LOUISE WILKINS a/k/a ANNIE M. WILKINS Deceased. __________________________________ NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONAL HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby noti“ed that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of ANN M. WILKINS, deceased, File Number 2014-84-CP, by the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Madison County Courthouse, Post Of“ce Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341; that the total value of the estate is $16,000.00 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: Name Address William Jimmy Wilkins336 SE Indianhead Trail Lee, Florida 32059 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: 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 “rst publication of this notice must “le 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 SERVICE 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 “le their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the “rst publication of this Notice is October 22, 2014. Attorney for Person Giving Notice:Person Giving Notice: /s/ Clay A. Schnitker /s/ William Jimmy Wilkins Clay A. SchnitkerWilliam Jimmy Wilkins Fla. Bar ID# 349143336 SE Indianhead Trail Post Of“ce Drawer 652Lee, Florida 32059 Madison, Florida 32341Petitioner Attorney for Petitioner10/22, 10/29 10/22, 10/29 Get Your House Ready For Fall (850) 948-3951 2 BR, 2BA, K, Laundry, LR, Porch, Deck, Double Garage, Central H/AC., Partially Furnished Plus All Appliances, 6 Miles W. Of Gville Near Honey Lake, $650/Mo. Plus Electric. House For Rent:

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, October 22, 2014 20 € Madison County Carrier 4550 N. Valdosta Rd € Exit 22, I-75 Valdosta € 229-242-3311 princeautovaldosta.com Mike Yates Used Car Mgr. Andy Smith New Car Manager Andy Swann Asst. Gen. Mgr. Jay Prince General Manager Phillip Robinson Sales Ronnie Troutman Sales Gabe Lasseter Sales Larry Cooper Sales Marty Stafford Sales Jacob Williams Sales Manager Robert Smith Finance Manager Shawn Parrish Finance Manager Justin Gibbs Sales #10366 2014 Chevrolet 1500 Double Cab 2014 Chevrolet 1500 Reg. Cab #7971 #10508 2014 G MC 1500 Double Cab Z71 2015 GMC 2500 Crew Cab 4 WD #10129 South Georgias Largest Selection of GM Trucks All At One Location! South Georgias Largest Selection of GM Trucks All At One Location! 2014 GMC 1500 Crew Cab Z71 #7927 2014 Chevrolet 1500 Crew Cab #10490 Going On Now Thru Oct. 31 st At Prince Automotive Of Valdosta Come Test Drive Any New Chevrolet In October And Chevrolet Will Donate $10 To The Amercian Cancer So ciety Come Test Drive Any New Chevrolet In October And Chevrolet Will Donate $10 To The Amercian Cancer So ciety Prices plus tax and title after all incentives, truck prices include trade assistance incentive (qua lifiyng trade required). Payments after all applicable rebates for 75 mo. @ 2.89% A.P.R. plus tax an d title.All financing with lender approval. North Valdosta Road Exit 22, I75 € Valdosta USED CAR SUPERCENTER 229-242-3311 Then Press 2 Used car payments with $2000 down payment, financing for 72 months at 3.9% APR with lender approval, plus tax and title. $ 345 mo. 2 0 1 1 F o r d 2 0 1 1 F o r d 2011 Ford F 1 5 0 F 1 5 0 F-150 #P1673 $ 234 mo. 2 0 0 8 T o y o t a 2 0 0 8 T o y o t a 2008 Toyota T a c o m a T a c o m a Tacoma #P1659 $ 343 mo. 2 0 1 0 C h e v y 2 0 1 0 C h e v y 2010 Chevy A v a l a n c h e A v a l a n c h e Avalanche #10357A $ 445 mo. 2 0 1 2 C h e v y 2 0 1 2 C h e v y 2012 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #12313B $ 449 mo. 2 0 1 2 F o r d 2 0 1 2 F o r d 2012 Ford F 1 5 0 C r e w F 1 5 0 C r e w F-150 Crew #10497A $ 468 mo. 2 0 1 3 F o r d 2 0 1 3 F o r d 2013 Ford F 1 5 0 C r e w F 1 5 0 C r e w F-150 Crew #10507A $ 434 mo. 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2011 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #P1662 $ 257 mo. 2 0 1 3 F o r d 2 0 1 3 F o r d 2013 Ford F 1 5 0 F 1 5 0 F-150 #10128B $ 385 mo. 2 0 1 0 C h e v y 2 0 1 0 C h e v y 2010 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #12334A $ 254 mo. 2 0 0 7 G M C 2 0 0 7 G M C 2007 GMC S i e r r a S i e r r a Sierra #12303B $ 432 mo. 2 0 1 2 C h e v y 2 0 1 2 C h e v y 2012 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #12311A $ 559 mo. 2 0 1 4 G M C 2 0 1 4 G M C 2014 GMC S i e r r a S i e r r a Sierra #10398L $ 379 mo. 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2011 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #10353A $ 259 mo. 2 0 0 8 C h e v y 2 0 0 8 C h e v y 2008 Chevy S I l v e r a d o S I l v e r a d o SIlverado #P1668 $ 479 mo. 2 0 1 3 C h e v y 2 0 1 3 C h e v y 2013 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #12310B $ 396 mo. 2 0 1 3 C h e v y 2 0 1 3 C h e v y 2013 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #10214A $ 248 mo. 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2009 Chevy S i l v e r d o S i l v e r d o Silverdo #10406A $ 292 mo. 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2009 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #10189A $ 374 mo. 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2 0 0 9 C h e v y 2009 Chevy A v a l a n c h e A v a l a n c h e Avalanche #P1651 $ 452 mo. 2 0 1 3 G M C 2 0 1 3 G M C 2013 GMC S i e r r a S i e r r a Sierra #12331A $ 467 mo. 2 0 1 0 F o r d 2 0 1 0 F o r d 2010 Ford F 1 5 0 C r e w F 1 5 0 C r e w F-150 Crew #10211A $ 569 mo. 2 0 1 4 C h e v y 2 0 1 4 C h e v y 2014 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #12317A $ 479 mo. 2 0 1 3 T o y o t a 2 0 1 3 T o y o t a 2013 Toyota T u n d r a T u n d r a Tundra #10083B $ 367 mo. 2 0 1 2 T o y o t a 2 0 1 2 T o y o t a 2012 Toyota T a c o m a T a c o m a Tacoma #12335A $ 519 mo. 2 0 1 2 G M C 2 0 1 2 G M C 2012 GMC S i e r r a S i e r r a Sierra #P1670 $ 218 mo. 2 0 1 1 D o d g e 2 0 1 1 D o d g e 2011 Dodge R a m Q u a d R a m Q u a d Ram Quad #10408A $ 429 mo. 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2011 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #P1656 JUST JUST EXTENDED! EXTENDED! JUST JUST EXTENDED! EXTENDED! $ 2 3 9 9 8 o r $ 3 4 9 / m o $ 23,998 or $ 349 /mo. $ 2 8 9 9 8 o r $ 4 2 4 / m o $ 28,998 or $ 424 /mo. $ 3 2 9 9 8 o r $ 4 7 9 / m o $ 32,998 or $ 479 /mo. $ 0 $ 3 1 2 9 8 o r $ 4 5 9 / m o $ 31,298 or $ 459 /mo. $ 3 4 4 9 8 o r $ 4 9 9 / m o $ 34,498 or $ 499 /mo. $ 3 7 9 9 1 o r $ 5 4 9 / m o $ 37,991 or $ 549 /mo. #7789 2014 Chevrolet Sonic 5dr. L T #10424 2014 Chevrolet Cruze L T #10070 $ 1 6 9 9 8 o r $ 2 4 9 / m o $ 16,998 or $ 249 /mo. $ 1 9 4 9 8 o r $ 2 8 4 / m o $ 19,498 or $ 284 /mo. $ 2 2 3 5 8 o r $ 3 2 9 / m o $ 22,358 or $ 329 /mo. #10184 $ 2 6 9 9 8 o r $ 3 9 4 / m o $ 26,998 or $ 394 /mo. 2014 Chevrolet Malibu L T 2014 Chevrolet Camaro R S Hurry In... When The 2014s Are Gone...Theyre Gone!! Hurry In... When The 2014s Are Gone...Theyre Gone!! #7434 2014 Buick Verano #7978 2014 Buick Encore #10381 #7550 2014 Buick Enclave 2014 Buick Lacrosse 0 % $ 1000 Rebate PLUS 0 % $ 1000 Rebate PLUS 0 % $ 2000 Rebate PLUS 0 % $ 2500 Rebate PLUS TRUCKS Galore! Used TRUCK Month! TRUCKS Galore! TRUCKS Galore! Used TRUCK Month! TRUCKS Galore! TRUCKS Galore! Used TRUCK Month! TRUCKS Galore! $ 437 mo. 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2 0 1 1 C h e v y 2011 Chevy S i l v e r a d o S i l v e r a d o Silverado #10212A PRE-OWNED TRUCK HEADQUARTERS TRUCKS Galore! Used TRUCK Month! TRUCKS Galore! Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment $ 0 Down Payment