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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Our 141st Year, Number 11

Friday, November 18, 2005

Madison, Florida 32340

FiLE Says Man Arrested Was "One Of Biggest Dealers In Area" .

Meth Lab Bust Occurs In Madison County

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
An investigation that has been ongoing since
the beginning of the year has netted the arrest of
Andre\ Ellis Non-is. 44, of Cherr) Lake. on pos-
session and sell of mnethamphetamine.

The Florida Department of La%% Enforcement
iFDLEI and the Madison Count) Sheriff's Depart-
nient \vas at Norris' home on Tuesday. Notemnber
15. nmalung the arrest and remove ing his meth-mak-
ing equipment.

continuing. The) said that Norris \~as one of the
biggest meth dealers in the area. More arrests are
expected as the investigation continues.
The FDLE said that the\ are tr ing to amend
charges on Norris. \\ho \was apparently) part of a

According to the FDLE. the investigating is larger organization.



Are Just A

Few Mouse

Clicks Away

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Do you want to see how
Nour fa onte restaurant ranks
\ 'hen it comesto inspections
bI the State of Florida? In to-
day's fast-paced modem age,
it's as simple as the click of a
mouse, or a few clicks of the
mouse anyway.
To get started, type in the
following web address on your
Internet address bar:
www.myfloridalicense. Now,
that )ou'"e reached that step
the real fun begins.
Under the public services
heading on that page. scroll
down and click on "Search for
Inspections." After clicking on
it, you will be greeted with the
following information: "Ax il-
able Inspections
Currently, inspections are
available for the Division of
Hotels and Restaurants only.
Inspections for other profes-
sional establishments e.g., sa-
lons, veterinary clinics. etc.)
will be available soon. "
After you reach, the next
page, you will be given a
choice of how to search for the
licensee of the restaurant. The
easiest way is to click on by
city or county, and then if you
choose on the next page, enter
Madison or whatever cirt ot
count) of your choice.
On the next page. click
"Permanent Food Service" on
the license type.
You're there and you can
enter the name of the establish-
ment and see if the)'\e been
slapped with any complaints
and how they have complied
with them.
The inspections are thor-
ough and detailed, but the vio-
lations are the only highlighted
areas on the Website. Most of
the violationss listed against
Madison County restaurants
have been taken care of by the
time the next inspection is

Controversy Over Powers

Of County Manager To Be

Decided On December 7

By Jacob BembrN
Greene Publishing. Inc.
A public hearing at the
Madison Count) Commission
meeting held Weditesday. No-
vember 16, on the possible ap-
pro al of a county ordinance,
regarding the duties and pow-
ers of the county manager was
rescheduled until December 7.
Ricky Henderson. the
chairman of the Board of
Count) Commissioners, said
that, because of the Veteran's
Day holiday, the board was
late receiving their informa-
tion packets and hadn't hdi. :i
chance to look at the ordi-
Roy Ellis, District 5
County Commissioner, said
that the ordinance came di-
rectli from the state statutes
and is used by other counties.
Marianne Green, a Madi-
son County citizen, spoke in
favor of the ordinance and ac-
cused the article about the is-
sue in Wednesday's Madison
CounrY' Carrier written by this
same reporter as being "nega-
tive", and "inflammatory." ,
She urged the county
commissioners to go ahead
and adopt the issue. She said
.that the newspaper article was
"a negative presentation of
what is totally routine" in oth-
er counties throughout Flori-

HM .-' -IM "-1' -A
"'If you could act today.
while leaving a means of
amending it later, according
to wishes or complaints,
you 're sau'ing y.ouriself great
amount of brouhaha !'ilari-
anne Green

"If you could act today.
while leaving a means of
amending it later, according to
wishes or complaints. you're
saving yourself a great.
amount of brouhaha!" she.
said. .
This reporter responded
that the county commissioners
should be given time to listen
to the rest of the public and its
The article in Wednes-
day's Madison County Carri-
er. addressed several issues,
including the power of the
county manager to, hire and
fire whom he wants at will. It

also addressed the issue that
County Manager Joe Miranti
would be allowed to review
the proposed operating and
capital budgets of all depart-
ments, offices and agencies
under the authority of the
county commission, prior to
the review of such proposed
budgets. "to pro\ ide guidance
add to ensure adherence to

Joe Miranti
County Manager

adopted Board policies "
N.iranti would become
the "administrative head" of
the county and could only-be
removed by a vote of not less
than three members of the
board, but the ordinance reads
that the hearing of the board to
remo e him has to be called
by the county manager him-

Three Teens Injured ln Crash

B) Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Three teenagers suffered minor injuries
in a wreck on State Road 145, approximately
four miles north of Madison, on Wednesday,
November 16.
According ,to a Florida Highway Patrol
report, Danielle Nicole Leslein,. 17, was
northbound on SR.145 and stopped, or al-
most stopped. behind a bus that had stopped
to unload school children. Case' Elizabeth

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Community Calendar
Jail Report
United Way
Vie,.points & Opinions:



SA mainly sunny sky,
High 64F, Winds NNE
at 10 to15 mph,

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Tunes o sun and clouds.
Highs in the mid 60s and
lows in the low 40s.

Fitzgerald. 17, was also northbound on SR
145 behind Leslein.
Fitzgerald was unable to come to a safe
stop behind Leslein. The front of her 2000
Jeep struck, the rear of Fitzgerald's 1998
Buick. There were no skidmarks at the scene.,
Fitzgerald, as well as Danielle Leslein
and her passenger, Austin M. Leslein, '13,
were injured in the wreck. Two additional oc-
cupants of Leslein's vehiclee were not injured
in the crash.

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Partly loudy. Highs in
the low 70s and lows in
the low 40s.

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Lee Fire



Turkey Shoot
The Lee Volunteer Fire
Department will host a turkey
shoot on Saturday, November
19% behind the fire station in
Lee. The shooting will begin at
9 a.m. and keep on until every-
one is through shooting. Entry
cost is $3 per shot.
Reese Thomas is the new
Lee Volunteer Fire Department

Man Found Guilty

Of Sexual Battery

Sentencing for Shiver has been set for De-
cember 21.

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing. Inc.
SRichard Keith Shiver, 35.
\\as convicted of sexual bat-
terv: force not likely) to cause
bodily injur). in Madison
CountN Circuit Court in a case
held Wednesday. November
15. and Thursday, November
According to court
records, the sexual battery oc-
c.urred on January 15 and was
reported to the Madison Coun-
ty Sheriff's Department on
January 16. On that date,
Depu!y John Denting rcspond-
ed to a call at the Pecan Stand
on Highway 27 in the Lamont
area. A Jefferson Count) Sher-
iff's unit had responded to the
scene earlier and EMS was
also at the scene.
The victim said that she
had met Shiver at a party and
that they had left the evert and
driven around for a while. She
said that Shiver claimed that
he %\as having trouble with his
vehicle. The victim and Shi'er
ended up at Shiter's resi-
dence, where the sexual bat-
tery took place.
She took her clothes and
left. When she left, she also
took Shiver's wallet.
The \ictim showed Dem-
ing the wallet, which had
Shiver's driver's license in it.

Richard Keith Shiver
Inv. Epp Richardson was
notified of the sexual battery
and went to the hospital. One
of the .people \-ho examined
the victim at the hospital re-
ported a 'isual inspection of
the victim showed consisten-
cies with sexual battery.
The victim said that she
had left several articles of
clothing and a watch at Shiv-
er's residence.
Deming went to Shiver's
home and woke him up,
telling him he needed to speak
to him. Deming asked permis-
sion to search for the woman's
belongings and. after being
granted permission, he located
all of them. Deming then told
Shiver he was under arrest for
sexual battery.
Judge James Roy Bean
presided over the trial.
Sentencing for Shiver has
been set for December 21.

Cowboys Have

A Reason To


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison
County High School
Cow boys have a reason
to believe! The) hale
gone through the sea- I
son undefeated and
won their -opening
round playoff game
against Defuniak
Springs Walton. BLV
The Cowboys pre- BELIEVE
pare to play their final
playoff game at home
on Friday, November
18, against the Pensacola Catholic Crusaders. The Crusaders de-
feated the Taylor County Bulldogs in pla off action last Friday
night to earn the right to battle the Cowboys.
If the Cowboys beat the Crusaders, they will play the win--
ner of the South Sumrter-Jacksonville Bolles game at their home
field. The winner of that game will play for the state champi-
onship in Miami.
Kickoff against the Crusaders is set for 7:30 p.m. at Boot
Hill in Madison.
Go, Cowboys!, ; ..

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Andrew Ellis Norris

2A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Friday, November 18, 2005

Ietter To The di

Jacob's Ladder
Jacob Bembry .
I, UColumnist *-.
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My mama was a very special woman. She was tough, yet gen-
tle and loving. She had a lot of love to go around, which she
spread evenly among her seven children and her husband of 36
There were times I know, when my mama felt like giving up,
but she held on.'Many women, who were in her shoes, would have
walked away from everything. She didn't. She never gave up.
My mama never gave up when she lost three of her children.
Two of them died from cystic fibrosis when they were less than
three years old. One of them had been born early and died about
the same time that she would have been born.
My mama never threw up her arms and said, "I give up" when
her daughter, Abbie, was diagnosed as being "mentally retarded,"
which are the words they used back then.
My mama never had the nice things in life. I don't know that
she ever went to a really nice restaurant in her life. She hardly ever
went out.- Money was tight, as she and my daddy had to scrimp
and scrap to support the four surviving children.
My mama never complained because she never had nice
clothes, or expensive jewelry or bouquets of roses sent to her. It
was almost as if she looked at her children and saw, all the flow-
ers and jewelry she ever needed. (I don't even remember my
mama getting mad when my sister, Debbie, accidentally lost
Mama's wedding band.)
My mama and daddy had their share of arguments over the
years, and there were times when I would have walked away my-
self, but Mama didn't.
My mama worked many nights from 8 p.m. until 6 or 7 the
Next morning to support us. Sometimes, she got off earlier. I re-
member waking up early one morning and walking through the
house, looking for my mama. I almost'cried when I couldn't fiid
her. I woke my daddy up. He looked at me and said, "She's on the
bed with Abbie." I checked and there she was, sound asleep, with
Sher arms wrapped around Abbie. I had actually gotten frightened
and was scared that Mama had just gotten up and left during the
night. After all, it had been when my parents were going through
a bad patch in their marriage.
A friend told me of a dream her daughter had about my friend
dying. Her father had gone to the high school and told the girl that
her mother had passed away. The girl had gotten up out of her bed,
after the nightmare and checked to make sure her mother was still
there. Her mother was there, like m\ mother aii. a\ s \\,s. Thatgirl
needed her mother at home, because she loves her and needs here
as I al\a s lo ed nm- mother and hieeded her. No matter how old
you get, and how smart you think you become, you're never too
old or too smart to need your mama and her guidance and support.
You need your daddy, too, but mostly you need her there. She
should be your best friend, as my mother was my best friend.
My mother never gave up, but she did finally give out. I re-
member on November 26, 1998, when my mother suffered a mas-
sive stroke. It was Thanksgi'ving Day and it was also my mother's
59th birthday.
Before my mama died two months later, she told me she was
tired of living. It hurt me to hear her sad\ that because it was like
she was giving up. She wasn't, though. God knew better than I
did, because he took her to her Heavenly Home on January 16,
1999. I know that she's there, enjoying Jesus and she can be with
her children, which went before her. One day, the rest of the fam-
ily will join her there. I can't give up myself, though, because I
have so many things to do, including taking care of Abbie arid oth-
ers in my family.
My mama never gave up because she wasn't a quitter. I see a
lot of people who get mad about things they don't have that they
want or things that don't really matter in the Light of El ei rnit. It
would have killed me back when I was a teenager (like my
friend's daughter) to have woken up and gone looking for my
mother and not have her there. Mama was there. She was always
there and I thank God for her!

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

The Goat Keeper And Me
Originally I'm from Ohio and we laughed about a drive in
our Ohio countryside. It was field corn on the left, and soybeans
on the right. The only change in the scenery was when the corn
grew on the right. So, a look out the car window on one of my
many drives around beautiful Madison County, it has been re-
freshing to see peanuts, cotton, tobacco and goats.
It is the goats that got me. They didn't get my goat; they just
got me to remembering my friend Katie.
Katie though raising goats and the milking of them would
be a lark. She ended up with about six in her flock or is that a
This hobbies lasted about a year, as after that, she had cor-
nered the goat milk market, and take it from me; there \ as not a
big demand for goat's milk in northern Ohio.
Her friends were now avoiding her, as we were sure Katie
had a quart of goat's riilk she would want us to take home. Katie
had learned how to make goat's milk yogurt, and every ones fa-
vorite, goat cheese. Friends, were afraid to have lunch ,at her
home and we never let her host our club meetings. Her cakes
now had an odd taste, or maybe it was just in our heads. (I am
sure it was in nyi mouth.'
Katie's remaining friends, there were still a few loyal ones,
were happy that she ga\ e uip her hobby.
The goats went to local 4-H children \\ ho were glad to ha\ e
them as a project. When visiting Katie, I still am afraid to ask
for ice cream. It could be a hold er!

Chris Wallace

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By:Jacob Bembry
How do you plan to spend the
Thanksgiving holiday?

Joyce Smilh:

"Eating lunch with my
daughter and her family
and seeing my great grand-
bh .
baby." ',,I"

Curtis Johnson, Jr.:

"With my family, eating

Francis Hand:

"Eating mty wife's cook-

Jerry Benton
(holding great-grandson,

"I will spend it with my
family in Madison. It's my a
great-grahdson' second
Thanksgiving with us."

Joy Hand:

'Cooking and having my
family come from
Apalachicola. We're living
a :dream right now on a
family farm."

Terry Meigs:

"Probably with my friends
or I'll be at my brother's


A LiTTlE HumiliATioN

Gos A LoNCq WAy

I "\as humiliated once. This memorable eent in olaed an ac-
tivity at which I excelled at the time. And I was not alone in that
horrible spotlight; my husband, my-ister, and my brother tood
w itherine \ ith me.
You see. we had formed a singing group. We were good. (No
brag. just fact. We had remarkable blend, set each of us was ca-
pable of singing lead when the piece demanded it. We sang reli-
gious songs and the semi-folk stuff of that period, stealing liber-
ally from Peter, Paul, and Mary and other such groups.
We were much in demand for programs and church events.
.and we made a little money at it.
So \\e felt quite excited when. drit ing home from an engage-
ment one night, we heard a radio announcement of a talent con-
test to be held at a theatre in Pelham. Ga. We inunediatel called
the number. No. there wouldn't be a piano: \es, an\ age group
could perform: the entrN fee \\as $I10. The man made sounds like
he was delighted that we were coming from such a distance, and
indicated that we would be the showpiece of the night.
We felt een more excited as the da\ drew near. We believed
strongly that wie would \\in first, second. or third place. After all.
how much talent could there be in Pelhain. Ga:? (We forgot the
Biblical admonition "Pride goeth before a fall.")
Bo\. did %te Let shot down.
Backstage, %%e learned that the competition consisted of se- -
eral elementary and high school spots, a local country group, and
*a nervous black band from the next town over. They \ ere ner\ ous
because et er one else in the building was white.We tried to chat
with them and help them feel comfortable since we were out-of-
towners, too, but I don't dunk our efforts helped much
The country group was negligible. Good guitar but.not much
else. Gene and his black buddies r ere excellent We did our usu-
al ern good act. We should have been one, two, and three with
the possible exception of a high-school tap dancer who was better
than the country group.
Gene and his group were all rh thm. finesse, aiid expression:
we were smoothness, fun, and earnestness. Did amf of us w in? No.
First prize \ ent to four sixth-grade boys \ hearing Beatle wigs and.'
carrying fake guitars; the\ lip s\ nch-ed 'She was just seventeen"
and "She Loves You. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah."
Yeah, the little bo) s beat us all out. The first judging turned
oui so embarrassing that the fellow in charge had a run-off, with
the top five acts performing again. Again, the "Beatles'" \on by a
"Why?" you may ask. "Why didn't the most talented people
win the prize?"
I'll tell you: because the judging \\as done b\ audience ap-
plause. Think about it. We were in Pelham, Ga., \ here \we did not
know a soul. Gene and his group knew a few people, but in a busi-
ness way only The little boys, on the other hand. \ere surround-
ed by their friends, parents,. pastors, and schoolteachers. Who
were these people going to applaud for?
We split the second-place money w ith Gene and his boys; we
refused to concede that being white made us better than they were.
The theatre ow ner apologized until he xnas blue. Some adults from
the audience came up and told us how good we were. A radio sta-
tion from a nearby tot n had sent a rep. and he tried to sign us to
a contract. He also asked Gene and the group to come sing at the
station'. .
We did learn a lesson. So ma\be being humiliated wasn't all
negative. It did two things for my heart and soul. First, whenever
I get lazy and consider taking the easy way out (letting the,audi-
ence decide), I recall the sting of that humiliation. That shakesme
loose. Also, I treasure the memory of my major humiliation. It
keeps me from the horrible sin of pride. Ah, how wonderful is the
moment of humiliation. It lasts a lifetime.

~~e ~a~b~aM

Friday, November 18, 2005


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Let's Tak TurkoyTh

Next week, most households will be putting a turkey on the
table. That turkey is big, it's awkward, and you forget from year to Three Ma
year. how to prepare it. At the risk of repeating myself, I thought cupied structu
you might benefit from a few pointers. The following are guide- Accordin
lines from USDA. man Josh A
How to Buy man Joseph A
How to Buy r spi
Turkeys come in all sizes to fit everyone's holiday meal plan. four suspicious
They can be purchased whole or in parts, suitable for small families the residence.
or those who have a preference for white or dark meat. They come saw three blade
fresh, frozen, self-basting or prestuffed. When deciding the size, Agner ma
figure 1 pound of turkey per person, this iill give you enough for Antwon Darr
a meal and leftovers for the next day. asked where t
Thawing been at the st(
Thawing a turkey in the refrigerator is the safest method. Patrolman
Whole turkey the complain
8 to 12 pounds 1 to 2 days men as three
12 to 16 pounds 2 to 3 days dence uninvit
16 to 20 pounds 3 to 4 days McCray,
20 to 24 pounds 4 to 5 days transported to
Pieces of large turkey trespass warn
half, quarter, half breast...............1 to 2 days
If it's the day before and you forgot to thaw thebird, don'tpan- M adis
ic. Turkey can be safely thawed in cold water, providing you
change the water frequently. Keep the bird in it's original wrap and
make sure there are no tears, and place in the sink or a large pan and J
cover with water. Change the water every 30 minutes. /o/is
Thawing time in Cold Water 11/09/2005
8 to 12 pounds 4 to 6 hours Gwendc
12 to 16 pounds 6 to 9 hours Richardson
16 to 20 pounds 9 to 11 hours or strike
20 to 24 pounds 11 to 12 hours Dedric
Roasting Criminal reg
1. Set the oven no lower than 325 F. Pre-heating is not nec- 11/10/05
essary. Bobbie

2. Be sure the turkey is completely thawed. Times are based
on fresh or completely thawed birds at a refrigerator temperature of
40 F or below.
3. Place turkey breast-side up on a flat wire rack in a shallow
roasting pan 2 to 2 1/2 inches deep. Add 1/2 cup of water to the bot-
tom of the pan. Loosely tent the bird with aluminum foil for 1 to 1
1/2 hours, then remove for browning. Or, a tent of foil may be
placed over the turkey after the turkey has reached the desired gold-
en brown.
'*" "'4. f a meat thermometer is not available, cook stuffing in d-"
casserole. Mix ingredients just before oven cooking and if you stuff
your bird, stuff loosely. Additional time is required for the turkey
and stuffing to reach a safe internal temperature.
Cooking Times Unstuffed
4 to 6 lbs. Breast 1 1/2 to 2 1/4 hours
8 to 12 lbs. 2 3/4 to 3 hours
12-to 14 lbs 3 to 3 3/4 hours
14 to 18 lbs. 3 3/4 to 4 1/4 hours
18 to 20 lbs. 4 1/4 to 4 1/2 hours
20 to 24 lbs 4 1/2 to 5 hours
8 to 12 lbs 3 to 3 1/2 hours
12 to 14 lbs 3 1/2 to 4 hours
14 to 18 lbs 4 to 4 1/4 hours
18 to 20 Ibs 4 1/4 to 4 3/4 hours
20 to 24 lbs 4 3/4 to 5 1/4 hours
5. For safety and doneness, the internal temperature should be
checked with a meat thermometer. The temperature must reach
180' F in the thigh of a whole turkey (center of the stuffing should
reach 165' F) before removing it from the oven. Cook a turkey
breast to 170' F.
6. Juices should be clear. In the absence of a meat thermome-
ter, pierce an unstuffed turkey with a fork in several places; juices
should be clear with no trace of pink.
A prestuffed turkey should not be thawed, follow the roasting in-
structions that come with the bird.
7. Let the bird stand 20 minutes before removing stuffing and

ree Arrested

idison men were arrested for trespassing in an oc-
ire on Tuesday, November 15.
g to a Madison Police Department report, Patrol-
.gner was dispatched to a residence in reference to
Is black males on the premises. When he arrived at
, Deputy Randy Jansch informed Agner that he
ck males walking west on Pinckney Street.
ade contact with Antonio Bernard McCra\. 18,
ell Fudge, 20, and Loronza B. Haynes, 24, and
hey had been. They informed Agner that they had
i Larry Pride went back to the .residence and met
ints, who went where Agner was and identified the
of the four subjects who had been in their resi-
Fudge and Haynes were placed under arrest and
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)lyn Carnett
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Deon Dawson -

Dobson V.O.P.

Kenny Roger Pryor -
Criminal registration
Latanya Sharielle Hom-
mond V.O.P. (circuit)
Anthony Hodge Jr.
V.O.P. (circuit)
Crystal -L. M'nts No
valid or., expired f rivers li-,
Ricky Anderson Crad-
dock Failure to appear-trial
Lonnie Yates Hagan -
Battery-touch or strike,
V.O.P. (circuit)
James Earl Bellamy -
Disorderly conduct
Keith Donnell Solomon
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Friday, November 18, 2005

V u Phillip Robinson

Each Iii L k. Ili A//i l1id.i Eintcpnse-Rccorder isfianting a spotlight n ,Personnel Development Ser-
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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Melissa Burke, Personnel
Development Services (PDS)
employment specialist, is
proud to have gotten a job for
Phillip. Robinson with Pizza
Robinson is a Madison
County High School senior
who works at the restaurant.
"The management at Piz-
za Hut has been wonderful,"
Burke said. "We're proud to
have them on board as a
provider for PDS (formerly
the Madison-Jefferson Associ-
ation of Retarded Citizens)."
Nancy Torralbas, manager
at Pizza Hut, said, "Phil is

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very motivated, wanting to
learn. Hopefully, we now have
him trained to do prep work
and he does dishes. He's a
very good worker."
Torralbas said that he is a
very enthusiastic worker, who
goes "wide open."
She said that Phil had
been asking her for a job for
years, even when she had
Worked at McDonald's. She
was surprised one day when
she got to work and saw his
name on a list of employees.
"He finally got a posi-
tion," she said.
Torralbas said that, as far
as she knows, Phil is the first
person Pizza Hut has hired
through PDS and they are very
happy with him.
Phil said that he enjoys
working at Pizza Hut and that
Mary Coody, one of his high
school teachers, had been a
big help.
Phil has worked at Pizza
Hut for three weeks.
He is the son of Princess
Woodson and Robert Robin-

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Army Pfc. Jeffery W.
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Friday, November 18, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A

San Pedrc Chapter DAR Holds Iall Meetings

The Madison San Pedro Chapter National Society Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution met on September 10, at 2:30
p.m. at the home of Princess Akerman. This occasion was the
Chapter's 21st Anniversary Tea.
Sandra Reeves was inducted as the new Chapter Regent;
Vice Regent, Pat Reams; Chaplain, Sara Adams; Recording Sec-
retary, Mary Harper; and Treasurer and Registrar, Ginny Burs.
The ladies enjoyed a tea table set with cake, punch, and
dainty sandwiches.
The DAR Ladies met again on a beautiful fall Sunday af-
ternoon November 13, 2005. The Chapter met in the home of

'BSI- lw f r.

Patty Marker left) and Lilla Ho\\erton righto at the
DAR meeting.

November 20
The Madison County
Ministerial Association invites
the community to the annual
Thanksgiving celebration.
The service will be conducted
on November 20th at 6:00
p.m. at the madison Church of
god, located at 711 NE Collins
Kelly Highway. A community
choir will present special mu-
sic, and the Reverend Robert
Agner will be. the special
speaker. A free will offering
\ ill be received to assist the-
Ministerial Association with
various community services.
For more information call
November 20
New Zion M.B. Church,
Greenville will have a Pre-
Thanksgiving Service on Sun-
day, November 20 at 11:00
a.m. Everyone invited! In or-
der to help those who are less
fortunate than we are please
bring with jou'at least one
non-perishable food item to be
donated to the Second Harvest
Food Bank.
November 21
A ceremony will be held
on Monday, November 21, at
11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. at the
Okefenokee National Wildlife
Refuge to commemorate the
donation of nearly 7,000 acres
of forestland. For more infor-
mation call Kelly Sands at
(770) 414-0211.
November 21
Boy Scout Troop #633,.
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts
Troop #408 all meet every

Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the.
Woman's Club Building on'
Lake Francis. For more infor-
mation, call Norman Bright-
well, Boy Scoutmastcer and
Cub Scout Cub Master at 850-
971-5114 or Lanette Hill for
Girl Scouts at 850-869-0297.
November 22
A.A. Meetings are held
every Tuesday, at 12:00 noon
at the St. Vincent DePaul "So-
cial Hall" located at N.W,
Meeting A\e. in Madison. .:
November 25
The Campbells present an
Old Tyme Gospel Sing on Fri-
day, November 25 at 7:00
p.m., in Live Oak at the Spir-
it of the Suwannee Music Park
Music Hall. This is a free con-
cert and lots of fun. Call Pam
,at (386) 362-5214 for more in-
'November 27
A reception honoring the
newly elected moderator of
the First Bethlehem Baptist
Association; the honorable
Reverend J.B. Duval will be
held on Sunday evening, No-
vember 27th at 5:00 p.m. at
the Women's club on lake
Shore Drive in madison. We
are requesting the present of
representatives from each
church. We appreciate your
cooperation and your present.
We invite each.and everyone.
November 28
Bo\ Scout Troop #633,
Cub' Scouts and Girl Scouts
Troop #408 all meet every
Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the
Woman's Club Building on

Sandra Reeves.
In keeping with the Veteran's Day weekend, the hostess pre-
sented a program highlighting several wars the U.S. has been
engaged in and especially some of the unsung heroes of those
The members were told that a check was being given to the
Madison County School Board to help buy flags for classrooms.
The Chapter had agreed last spring to do this when it was an-
nounced that the Florida Legislature had passed a law that all
classrooms had to have American flags.
Plans were announced for the annual, trip to the Veteran's

4 A4.

Sandra Reeves i left) takes the DAR Oath of Office for
2005-2006 from Princess Akerman.
2005-2006 Fromt Princess Akierman.L

Lake Francis. For more infor-
mation, call Normad Bright-
well, Boy Scoutmaster and
Cub Scout Cub hlMster at 850-'
971-5114 or Lanette Hill for
Girl Scouts at 850-869-0297.
SNovember 29
A.A. Meetings are held
every Tuesday at 12:00 noon
at the St. Vincent DePaul "So-
cial Hall" located at N.W.
Meeting Ave. in Madison.
.December 10 .,
It is time for The Sooot at

Cherry Lake Crossroads. The
Cherry Lake Fire Department
will be:hosting a Turkey Shoot
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00
December 13
Newly formed North
Florida Conservation and Air-
boat Alliance Club, looking for
newmiembers and will meet
each second Tuesday of every
month at 7:00 p.m. at Mark
Carver's cook shed. For more
information call Chris Ave at

Hospital in Lake City on December 5 to take Christmas gifts.
All members were encouraged to go or send gifts.
Peggy Primm was a special guest.
The refreshment table was decorated in fall colors, and an
array of delicious party foods graced the cloth.
The next DAR meeting will be on February 12, 2006, with
Mary Lilla Johnson and Lilla Howerton as hostesses.
For information on joining DAR, call 973-2617 or 973-
2723 .

Pat Reams (left) and Ruth Hutto (right) take time for a
quick photo during a recent DAR meeting.

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Friday, November 18, 2005

Madson Rotary Club Holds Meeting

Rotarian Jim Stanley, re-
tired haberdasher and Madi-


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son County Emergency Mai
agement Director, introduce
Paul Duval, Meteorologist
Charge of the Tallahasse

Vicki Brown

n- Weather Forecast Office, who This reemphasizes th
ed spoke to the Madison Rotary need for '.hurricane kits"i
in Club on Wednesday, Novem- every home during the hurr
ee ber 2, 2005, about hurricanes cane season.
and their potential effect on .: .
i: Madison County. '
The National Weather "- ;-. ? )n
Service in Tallahassee covers "- ',.
S48 counties of S.E. Alabama,
S.W. Georgia and West Cen- -
"' tral Florida which includes
Madison County. B
Hurricanes in 1851, 1941, .
1985, and 2004 have affected
Madison County with ', ;
"Jeanne," in 2004, probably .
causing the most damage to' .
property. Around 500 homes "* _
and businesses sustained dam-
age in "Jeanne."
Duval reported that in the
event of a hurricane hitting
the Madison area, the first. at t
Paul Dural, left. at the I
three categories of hurricanes
would cause significant wind In the event of a category
Damage and some \\ widespread 4 or 5 hurricane. MIadiso
flooding. However in the County \iould be without v
event of a category 4 or 5, we tal services for several day
will probably sustain rather and it is important that ever
severe wind damage and most household have an adeqiiai
certainly flooding. suppl\ of water, food, med:
In the event of a category cines, and batteries on hand.
4 or 5 hurricane hitting this Vicki Brown was also
area, residents should be pre- guest of Jim Stanley.. A
pared to stay indoors for three of the club's chtjrt
about a week before it would members were in attendance(
be completely safe to venture They are: Jargo Clark (Pa!
out due to widespread flood- District Governor), and Pa!
ing and downed power lines. Presidents, Ernest M. Paig(

L kfok9

Jr. and Bill Russell (a recipi-
ent of the Silver Star in WW
II). What a joy to have these
three pillars of the Madison

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Community in our presence.
.The Club's President-
Elect, Nancy Peterson, con-
ducted business in the ab-
sence of the Club President,
the Rev. Phil Heard. She
brought as her guest,. Dorcas
Washington,. who \ill be
bringing an important pro-
gram to the Madison Rotary'
Club at a future date.
Persons interested in
joining the 'Madison Rotary
Club are invited to contact
the secretary, Jim
Anyone who would like
to bring, a program of interest
to he i\ladison Conmmunit1 is
encotilaiged to- contact the
Club Service, Director. Col.
Joe Boy les (USSAF-ret) at
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United Way Is Busy In Madison County

It's hard to imagine this
community without our part-
ner in caring, the United Way
of the Big Bend. Fortunately
for our citizens, the United
Way is busy in Madison
County engaging volunteers

and looking at ways to build a
stronger community and im-
prove the overall quality of
Ann Sapp, United Way
2005 Madison County Cam-
paign Chair, invites everyone

to participate in the campaign
and to give generously be-
cause when resources are
pooled together, it can make a
real difference in people's
lives. "United Way is the
best and most efficient way

II.UnIM WyS11Neds Dona on

The lMadison Count3 United \Way is on the climb to reaching their goal. This year's goal
has been set at $75,000 and they have now reached 60% of that amount.
Pictured left to right are: Ann Sapp, Madison County Chairman; Mary Carol Kaney;
Stephen Pike; Myra Valentine; Ernestine Kinsey; Morris Steen; Jackie Johnson; Betty
Williams; and Mary Francis Mauldin.
If you would like to donate
-- iIl to the Madison County Unit-
ed Way, please call Ann Sapp
at, 973-8700 or drop your
T check (made payable to the
United Way) off at the Madi-
soni Wachovia Bank. Re-
member.......every dollar
raised in Madison County -
STAYS, in Madison County.
S Help your Madison neighbor
GIVE to the United Way.
(Greene, Publishing, Inc.
In I hsand iM is ount Photo by Emerald Kinsley,
O sverrls, hexpNovember 15, 2005)

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was brought here to help humanity. If you have
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that we can help our neigh- *
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excited to play a major role in *
this campaign," said Sapp.
The following agencies the Bi
receive funding from Madi- *
son's Community Investment
Team, volunteers making lo- cil of
cal decisions with local dol-
lars. All money raised by the
United Way campaign stays in Paren
the community and is used by
the following agencies to pro- C
vide direct health and human Team
services to the people .who how
need it most: were
2-1-1 Big Bend Coun
Ability 1st Hugh
ARC of Madison-Jef- Mary
ferson Sale a
*American Red Cross- A
Capital Chapter bers
*America's Second Har- make
vest of the succe
Big Bend son, E
*Area Management
Coalition for
School Readiness
Big Bend Cares
Big Bend Hospice
Big Brothers Big Sis-
ters of the
Big Bend
Boy Scouts of America,
River Area Council
Brehon Institute
Consolidated Christ-
ian Ministries
Elder Care Services
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Girl Scouts of the
ichee Bend
Kids Incorporated of
ig Bend
Refuge House
Senior Citizens Coun-

Madison County
Tri-County Foster
its Association

community Investment
members who decided
United Way dollars
distributed in Madison'
ty included: Tony
ey, Ernestine Kinsey,
Frances Mauldin, Jim
md Myra Valentine.
additional team mem-
who are, working to
MIadiuro's campaign
ssful are: Jackie John-
id Meggs, Allen Cherry,.

Morris Steen, Betty
Williams, Emerald Kinsley,
Ramona Guess, Roy Ellis,
Gladney Cherry, Stephen
Pike, Sumpter James, Jack
Proctor and Stuart Fenne-
The generosity of the
people of Madison County
has provided a safe haven for
battered and abused families;
mentors for .children; subsi-
dized day care so that parents
can work; home delivered
meals for the elderly; music
the rap\ for those who can no
longer communicate through
words. Unfortunately, the
needs are still great. Not
only must we help our long-
time neighbors,-United Way
agencies, are now providing
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8A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Friday, November 18, 2005






Happenings At Madison First Baptist

By Nell Dobbs
Psalm 77:11 12: I will remember the works of the Lord. I
will meditate also of all thy work; and tell of all thy doings.
"A little thing is a little thing, but faithfulness in little things
is a great thing." So true-
Their family placed beautiful fall flowers in church in loving
memory of Rosalie and Van H. Priest. What contributions they
made to their family, their church, and their community! We
give thanks for them and pray for their family today!
We rejoice over the two who were baptized in morning ser-
vice and were grateful for their families who shared with them.
It is always a blessing for "4 Joy" to sing with Willa Bran-
ham's mother on the piano. Chancel Choir sang, "Shout to the
Lord." Preacher's message was from Matthew 6:8 about how we
should pray and things we should ask for and that we should for-
give as we wish to be forgiven.
Sunday night was Business Meeting; but after this one, Busi-
ness Meeting will be on third Sunday night.
Tuesday Senior Adult Choir sang at Lake Park. Saturday at
2:00 p.m. there will be an Associational Choral Workshop and at
7:00 p.m. everyone is invited to the concert at our church.
We are to be neighbors and be neighborly. Margaret Mor-
ris appreciates her neighbor, Mr. Al Hughes and all the things
he's done for her and others. When there was no night sern ice
at his church Grace, he would come and worship with us.
We've remembered Veterans and I asked Mr. Hughes to tell of
his Air Force Reunion on the aircraft Yorktown the first week
of October. The ship is now a naval museum in Charleston, S.C
Three great grandchildren, three grandsons and wives,
three children and spouses,and all explored the ship and visited
the 1864 Civil War submarine, Hundley, recently raised from
Charleston Harbor.
Mr. Hughes was a pilot with Torpedo Squadron 88 based
on the second Yorktown. The first Yorktown was sunk at the

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151 5 t. l S1.. Madison I I.. 323411
;Phine 973 2887
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I'rt, i l , \% Ltincl.'.d.,i ................... ...... ... .. .... 7..8.11(1 p.m .
I'.mnllls in*itl uppir.' 1 1 \% ....... ................. .. -7:00 p.m.
eP IplI., \ in.l- ', unda .......... ... ..... ............... h:llIl p.n
(-.ltO t i. llatln. %lundad i6:.31 p.m.
Bf.Ipit t,,n. Railttl Itn' e., Viui, Yilh Chilhdret.
i,nd FIT 'fltr rifly prfrogrami ntnlrwh.el
**" herm. I oce Has. Nu I.Illl."

One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve McHargue, Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music Director
Jackie Watts. Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Office: 973-3266
Morning Worship 8:30a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
".4 fa/;i/y of F/"Nttili/'s" "Cot/lemttor WCors.hi "
if//,leresuel in a /r/oue gnp, cal/" 6'5O-973-,32g6

Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Monroe FerDon, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Jim Catron, Lay Leader
Service of Word & Table 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:00 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:00 a.m.
Women's Meeting & Lunch (Ist Monday).......................12:00 Noon
Sunday II AM Service Now On IVMAF 123. AMl
Everyone is welcome to all events!

battle of Midway in 1942.
Yorktown 88 was involved in bombing airfields, nava
bases, ships and other land targets until the atom bomb was
dropped. In October 1945, the Yorktown was sent to pick uj
3000 Marines bound for San Francisco.
We'd give thanks for all who have fought in any war an
pray for all those now in uniform and pray safety and victory
for them.
Knowing Ava Nell Townsend has enriched our lives. Mar
jell always remembers her quietly taking rosesto patients at the
hospital and always being concerned about everybody. Bless
her family.
Also, our lives have been enriched by knowing Velma
Wynn, who also was known and loved by so many for so many
reasons her love for family, god, church, friends her sharing
of quilts, garden produce, books, magazines, letters, and cards
At her service Preacher Heard said she hadmade reservations
for her eternal home!:
There are many also our lives have been enriched by
knowing: Kelley and Mary Bailey, as the\ were faithful in al
activities of church and we pray comfort for her and their fam-
ily in his death.
And for all other sad ones! And, all our many ill ones ou
Sara Dene's Bobby as: they have just learned of heart prob-
As Thanksgiving comes, we remember we learned Psalmr
100 in school...verse 4 "enter into His gates with thanksgiving
and into his courts with praise;,be thankful unto Him, and bless
His name. And, indeed may we all give thanks unto Him fo:
all His love and mercy and goodness."
Remember also the Community-Wide Thanksgiving Ser
vice at the Madison Church of God Sunday night at 6:00 p.m
May the Lord continue to bless us one and all.

A Congregation nl the Pishlterian churchc h In America
120141 Non Ih l %%shlllioln St. 973-26U2
Sunday School For ,11 Aget.................. ... .. ........... ...... .9:45 a.m.
iu dllay MNlornlin l uil s ip ..... ........ ...1 I :111 n.l.
l%\ d lcilth uslhip Siipp,.rllllc 'hiid).. .......... ..... .............. .:tI p In .
nilll (rut-p, 1,1 i 121th (;rdtI.s :311l pm.n.
C(.'h r Pri ti e ....... .... .......... ........... .. .. ..... ..............'7:30 p.m .
'rid.ia. Men' P.unrr RreHknait ...... ....... '7:0 n.a..
C'ih, Itr'dhtp In d seri Itth Li, t
1 .5 '.% lain si 1 .i(cemnlllr. 1-I
SWunila School I ur All Agt s .... ... ......... Ill Il n.m.
Sunda nlorlnu \nr .hlp.... .............. .........................I 1:01 an.m.
Siin lal I ltnilng \% nl .lip.. ................ ............. .................7:111.
sin lla ihluelt'. Adult 4. hnir 1tehRlaraH ... 5'.11 p in.
\W'idne.,da. -i Plm-'ih I Chil hdren.
Youth & Adult Bible stud... ................................... ....7:00 p.m.
First Sunday every nmnth Nln', Iltulkfl .......................8:10 a.11.
1.1 INV' I I.I) -

IPnl'ar ('aron H.arn
I lIninrdl .'lorneim f 254. & UII
Smiiitl llBilil Sltu ls .......... .. ..................... ... ................... :45 a n.m
Sulndau Murning 11urship .......... ............ ................. ....... .....I 111 l i.n.
W ed Bible Study ............ ...................... ............ ... .....7.111 p.m .
Wed. Children/Younlli iitin...................................... 7:10l p.m.
Wed. Adult Choir ..... ............... ................... 8:til pn.

Hwy. 2.5 Sr.ih. I.(.. Ilotlld.i 971 .585
Hk.hnrd Quinaktinnlnih. Palonr
M morning Worship... ..............................9:41 au.l.
Sunday School........ ............................ ...... .... ....... ...... Itl:l0 l
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Youth Group 5:00 p.m.
United Methodist Women
Monday after 1st Sunday 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast ,
Second Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
"Connecting The Comnitaity With Christ"

303 Range St., Madison, FL.
(352) 361-3055
Pastor Daniel Riggs

Sunday Evening
Wednesday Service

e To lave You Come And Visit Us.

10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.

6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.

Phone Home

it's Me- God!

"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for to-
S morrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for
the day is its own trouble." Matthew 6:34
How much time do you spend worrying about what
may happen in the future? If you think about it, vou
probably do a lot of this.
J1 Remember that what you're fretting about may hap-
s pen, but then again, it may not. E\en so, there is only so
S much control you will have in certain situations. Many
of them you won't be able to change, no matter how long
d O ,you ste% about it.
y ihen \ you're tempted to do this, pray. I will be there
to comfort you in all your trials and tribulations.
S'(c) 2005 DBR lMedia. Inc.

Y The Campbells

s Present An

y Old Tyme Gospel Sing




All \\ ill have great fun as.
The Campbells present an Old
Tyme Gospel Sing. This gala
event will be on Friday, No-
vember 25, 2005, and held iat
the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park Music Hall in Li\ e
Oak, at 7:00 p.m.
The'talent of The Diplo-
mats, DEWgrass, and Larry
Campbell and The Campbells
will be enjoyed. This will be,
great concert featuring South-
ern Gospel, Bluegrass Gospel.

; 771 N: (nColin na.ll, Hwy., Madison, FL.
Res. Dole (;lass, Pastor
Sunday Silinol ...... .......................................... .....................10:00 a.m .
SIoll ing l irhlp................... 11:00 a.m.
l..ning 1 nrlilp., 6:00 p.m.
Vcdiua dlNiy Nigill St sIa e..... ..... 7:00 p.m.
S" I 'riklldv Church"
( IecrrI I ake. rL
KI. .Inlinni Mlerrick. Pastor
uilhda) cliol. ...... ........ ........ 10:00 a.m.
I'asluoIl SInda.i I't & .&id ilndnrlai 11:15 a.m.
intulh ('liuicl 2ind Stlullu .... ....... 11:15 a.m.
NlIlIuon/laimvnnen 41hi .N1inla1:. 11:15 a.m.
3 iIll-. '\1et Of (.r.venllle, FL. Hay 90
Sanllnei II.u,. Sr., Pastor
Suni du. .School.......... ............ 10:00 a.m.
hornlll.P g %ml-slp............ 11:00 anm.
l.tnhi Horlllip...... ........... .. 6:00 p.m.
W'cdnlstdat I CNirgt encr'...... 7:30 p.m.
**"Atd /I h'r thli deay of P, ntecost as folly come,
tilhty sii'c'r till Iit inue' u&'t'iC~i n one place." Acts 2:1
Eierronlr .al. ays welcome
It108 N *Horrl SL. 973-8338
I lie Ith. Iten 'Pell Vicar
.lor Itnlo a 'Senior WVarden
iuidan ChurctSch tlunl .............. 10:00 a.m.
Snindua Hnl l.:ucli risl................... 10:00 a.m.
lMisiiin Ioulnd 2iil iSundal..... 11:00 a.m.
I:plisoipal ( church %tl oiuen J3d Sui n'day 11:00 a.n.
\ islor- ul.auis9 welcome
Meeting & S mter St., 973-2428
Rev. iErncst ylvestre, OMI
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Mass 7:30 a.m.
Thursday Mass 7:30 aBn.
Saturday Mass 5:30p.m.

Country Gospel and e en a bit
of Native American Flute MiU-
sic! Lots of great' LIVE MU-
SIC! Come and enjo.
SNo tickets required! This
concert is FREE! The Gospel
Sing will be held in the Music
Hall, rain or shine. .Everyone
will receive FREE POP-
CORN! Drinks and other
snacks will be a ailable for
purchase. There will te a
children along with a visit
from some puppets during the
break! Many \wonderful prizes
\\ill be given a Ia\ in our
FREE Drawings; we will even
have separate drawings for the
kids! Even Wild Ad entire
Tickets! For concert informa-
tion call Pam at (386) .362-
5214. For camping informa-
tion call (386) 364-1683, or
Swi .nmusiciieshere.comin.

Have you e\er goien a
bouquet of thorns? Strange?
St. Paul said, "A thorn in the
flesh \ as given to me."
God gave Paul a thorn. It
kept him humble 'and 'made
him useable.
God ga\e us a bouquet of
thorns. An'awful accident that
cut Audrey and totaled our car.
We prayed, "Lord, 'you
spared our lives. Now we'll
do the work of four. What will
you have us do?"
God put this radio, televi-
sion and print ministry on our
hearts, and it covers the world
with the gospel.
A thorn is a friend to the
bush. Why not thank God for
your thorn?

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and She

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850-973-2400 Fax 850-973-8161

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City of Madison Police Department Preparesor Holiday traffic

High Visibility Safety Belt Enforcement Over Thanksgiving '

Florida's Click It or Ticket campaign brings attention to
the-needless deaths that occur on our roadways each year dur-
ing the Thanksgiving holiday,because motorists fail to use
their safety belts. The City of Madison Police Department is
joining law enforcement across the state in an effort to save
lives this holiday season by reminding ever one to buckle up.
This traffic safety initiative will run from November 18th to
November 30th to include the busy Thanksgiving holiday
travel period.
Traditionally, the Thanksgiving holiday period is one of
the heaviest traveled times across the U.S. The result is a sig-
nificant increase in traffic crashes. Last year in Florida alone.
during the same time period as this.year's campaign. 77 peo-
ple died in motor vehiclee related crashes and o\er half of
MYTH: I might be san ed if I'm thrown clear of a
car collision.
FACT: You are 25 times more likely to be killed
in a crash when thrown from a vehicle. The force of an
impact can throw\ \ou 150 feet...15 car lengths! Safety\ belts
also pre -ent 'ou from \nishnIin1 iLo head into the \ ndshield.
th i[i '. uLd uLausc spinlald QllL,. c 1 1 c'.cii Jdq l.Vi....
'VTT-i:'A safety belt will trap me nslide'i' \"' mcle.
won't be able to get out of the vehicle if it catches fire or is sub-
merged in water.
FACT: Less than 1 out of 200 traffic related incidents in-

those fatalities were not using their safety belts.
"Thanksgiving is a jo. ousi holiday but it is als0o one of the
deadliest on our roadways," said Rick Da' is. Chief of Police.
"Too many people are being killed in traffic crashes because
they just didn't take a few seconds to put on their safety\ belt.
Children and young adults learn best by e\ampie. and.we all
need to make sure they see the right example."
During the most recent Click It or Ticket Florida mobi-
lization, held earlier this year over the Memorial Day holiday
period, state and local law 'enforcement agencies issued al-
most 37,1l0001 safety) belt citations. Although la\\ enforcement
agencies across the state participate in the Click It or Ticket,
Florida mobilizations because the initilatie heightens safety\
belt use aw areness surrounding times of the \ear \\ith high

traffic related death rates, these agencies enforce the safety)
belt law e,.er day because the\ know~ It is a matter of life or,
"The Click It or Ticket Florida enforcement and educa-
tion campaign sends a clear message that safety belts and
child safer Nseats w\ien used properly save liSes. We know
this is true because unfortunately \ e must respond to fatal
crashes. This is hi t\e enforce the law and issue citations to
unbuckled motorists."
The Cit\ of Madison Police Department and law enforce-
ment agencies across the state. \ ith support from the Florida
Department of Transportation. are joining together to remind
e\ersone this holiday season to click it or \ou will receive a

crashes occur at speeds less than 40 mph. Of all crashes.
75 percent occur \\ithin 25 miles from home.
MYTH: Drivers in air bag equipped vehicles.don't
iolve fire or after r suibmnersion. E\en so. ou are much more need to use safety belts.
likely to be knocked out and rendered unconscious if you are FACT: Air bags provide supplemental protection in frontal
.0 usin, sate', belt ,oui ciai0 L ot f escaipe .reC better '.\ while crashes, but unbuckled motorists can either. slide under them, or
-sai NiU.l KI .l. I I L' ,ici .lJ L-d i Cii YliU tL iO lull conIiaCt'\\ id% thirl aLrbA resulting
MYTlIf 1 don't ne'e,'a saf belt w'hen driving 'at slo\'- in fmaideries or even dapltion. In addition, air
speeds or on short trps. bags \ ill not help in a side or rear impact or rollover crash.
FACT: All dn ng is dangerous. Fatalihies ha\e been Motorists should use a safety belt for protection in all types of
recorded as slo\ as 12 mph for occupants noi buckled up. Most crashes.

Serving Madison & Jefferson Counties
Freddy Pitts Agency Manager
Jimmy King Agent
503 ". Base St.. Madison 1850 973-4071
Lauren Lilliott Agent
813 S. Washington St.. Perry (850) 584-2371

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401 NW Haynes Street
Madison, Florida

850-97 -2972

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"Restrained b\ a safety\
belt" ineans being restricted b
an appropriately adjusted safety
belt which is properly fastened
at all times when a motor vehi-
cle is in motion
(1) It is unlawfutl for any
(a) To operate a motor ve-
hicle in this state unless each
passenger and the operator of
the vehicle under the age of 1.8
years are restrained by a safety
belt or by a child restraint de-
vice pursuant to s. 316.613, if
applicable; or
(b) To operate a motor ve-
hicle in this state unless the per-
son is restrained by a safety
(2) It is unlawful for any
person 18 years of age or older
to be a passenger in the front

seat of a motor vehiclee unless
such person is restrained b3 a
safety belt when the vehicle is
in motion.
(3) (a) Neither a person
who iscertified by a plhsician
:as having a medical condition
that causes the use of a safety
belt to be inappropriate or dan-
gerous nor an employee of a
newspaper home delivery ser-
vice while in the course of his
or her employment delivering
newspapers on home delivery
routes is required to be re-
strained by a safety belt.
(b) The number of front
seat passengers of a pickup
truck required to wear a safety
belt pursuant 'to this section
shall not exceed the number of
.safety belts *which
stalled in the front seat of such



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pickup truck bh the manufac-
(c) An employee of a solid
waste or recyclable collection
sen ice is not required to be:re-.
strained by a safety belt while
in:the course of employment
collecting solid waste or recy-
clables on- designated routes.
Florida Safety Belt Law
(d) The requirements of
this section shall not apply to
the living quarters of a recre-
ational vehicle or a space with-
in a truck body primarily in-
tended for merchandise or
(4) It is the intent of the
Legislature that all state, coun-
ty, and'local law enforcement
agencies, safety councils, and
public school systems, in
recognition of the fatalities and

injuries attributed to uinre-
strained occupancy of Imotor
vehicles, shallconduct a con-
tinuing safety and public
awareness campaign as to the
nm:iini ude of the problem and
adopt programs designed to en-
courage compliance with the
safety belt usage requirements
of this section.
(5) Any person who vio-
lates'the provisions of this sec-
tion commits a nonmoving vio-
lation, punishable as provided
in.chapter 318. However, ex-
cept for violations of s. 316.613
and paragraph (1)(a), en-
forcement of this section by
state or local law enforcement
agencies must be accom-
plished only as a secondary
action when a driver of a mo-
tor vehicle has been detained

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for a suspected violation.
(6) By January 1, 2006,
each law enforcement agency
in this state shall, adopt de-
partmental policies to prohib-
it the practice of racial profil-
ing. \\hen a la% enforcement
officer issues a citation for a
violation of this section, the
law enforcement officer must
record the race and ethnicity
of' the violator. All law en-
forcement agencies must
maintain such information
and forward the information
to the department in a form
and manner determined by
the department. The depart-
ment shall collect this infor-
mation by jurisdiction and
annually report the data to
the Governor, the President
of the Senate, and the Speak-

er of the House of Represen-
tatives. The report must sho%
separate statewide totals for
the state's county sheriffs and
municipal' law enforcement
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Madison Red Hatters Visit Dixie Plantation

On November 1st, the Madison Red Hat-
ters took a step back in time with a tour of the
beautiful old mansion at Dixie Plantation. This
was built back in 1938 and is a real piece of
history. This was the winter home of the Liv-
ingston family and was the scene of big parties,
dances, horseback riding and hunting. It is lo-
cated between Greenville and Quitman, GA.

After touring the mansion they had lunch
and a fashion show under tents in the back
yard. One of Mrs. Livingston's formal gowns
that she wore to the balls back during that era
was modeled.
Before heading back to Madison, the group
took a buggy ride and went down to the horse
arena where horse shows were held on Friday

night and Saturday, and into Saturday night.
This was a weeklong event sponsored by,
the Quitman/Brooks County Museum & Cul-
tural Center.
Artist Tommy Greene, of Madison, was
asked to show pieces of his art at the weeklong
event. His pen and inks were displayed up-
stairs in the mansion.

If you n sed this year's festival, make
plans to be there next year. .
Historian, Jane Comer. and Lad -in-\\ait-
ing, Myra Valentine, coordinated this trip for
the 24 Madison Red Hat Ladies who \ent on
this exciting tour. They felt right in place w%%ear-
ing red hats and purple dresses at the Dixie

Myrtle Wallace, Frances Hughey and Jean McWilliams
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'Our mission is to foster the educational goals of college-
bound senior girls who possess presence and composure during
interviews and on stage, a talent and at least a 3.2 GPA of a 4.0'
scale or a 4.0 GPA of a 5.0 scale.
The program exists to recognize and reward young onen
who have distinguished themselves at school and in their coin-
munity with educational scholarships.
At the .tate program you'lll spend a week getting to knoX\
outstanding girls from across the state, experiencing the fun and
beauty of the area, enjoying the hospitality of local and national
sponsors, and preparing for the challenge of the scholarship
During the State Program, cash scholar, ships \ ill be given in
various.categories such as scholastic. fitness. talent. self ex-
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tion to your choice of a variety of full college specific scholar-
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national finals of America's Junior Miss for lots of challenges
and fun.
At the 2005 National Finals, scholarship awards totaled
more than $200,000.
Over the course of local, state, and national competition, the
current America's Junior Miss, Kelli Schutz of Mississippi
earned over $70,000 in cash scholarships, in addition to her
choice of a variety of full college specific scholarships, which
she is using to study at Southern Methodist University pursuing
a career in Performing Arts and Orthopedic Surgeery.
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MCHS Class of 1985 Celebrates 20 Years

The classmates of Madison County High School Class of 1985 recently held their 20 -iear class reunion. Those in attendance 'ere: Back ro" left to right: Julie Brown Dodson. San-
dra Williams Rowe, Connie Joseph Rascoe, Paige Arnold Proenta, Diane Williams Martin, Dexter Dixon. Shane Roland, Opie Peav.. Michael Barr. Theron Moore. Joe Kinner. Richard
Rudd, Steven Revels, Ernie Terry, Harold Williams, Bruce Evans, Curtis Castner, Timoth _lcCra. Jr.. and Michael Jonas. Front ro" left to right: Rena Vann Courtney, Cathv Foster
Cherry, Kim Stokes Hughes, Joyce Williams Mays, Amy Akerman Hutcheson, Brenda Williams Capers. Kim Dearing Hutlo. Nanc McClune Taslr. ViElla Battoon Lindsey, Veronica
Curry Glee, Andrea L. Day, KimnColeburn Scott, and Edith Robinson James. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, No'eimber 5, 20051

By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
High School class of 19835
held their 20th high school
reunion during the weekend
of homecoming, November 4.
The fun-filled weekend
began by the class members
meeting Friday night, No-
\ ember 4, at the MCHS Cow-
boy football game
ing the Cowboys win their
homecoming game 38-21.

The fun continued as the
reunion went on into Satur-
day afternoon. Class mem-
bers met at the Lee City Hall
Pavilion, from 11:00 a.m. un-
til 2:00 p.m. for a family
Saiurda. ~ \eningiI found
everyone at the Madison
Elk's Lodge. Dinner began at
6:00 with Rib-eye' steak,
baked potatoes, salad, rolls,
peach cobbler, and tea. A
huge "Welcome Back" cake

was also cut and served to all
who gathered. After dinner,
all guests enjoyed a night of
dancing and reminiscing \\ith
all school-mates, and friends.
until 12:00 midnight. During
the evening, awards were pre-
sented to some well deserted
class-mates. Those \winning
the distinguished awards
were: Harold Williams far-
thest distance traveled from
France); Diane Williams -
Most Chanced: Veronica Cur-

ry Least Changed Edith
Robinson Married the
Longest. and Shane Roland -
Most Children.
The NICHS class ot 1985
officers were.. President.
Theron Moore; Vice-Presi-
dent. Villa Balloon: Secre-
tar\. Shirles Hicks: and Trea-
surer. Harold Williams The
20 \ear class reunion \. as put
on \ithl much help from
man\ people, but especially
the comminitee, \which consist-

ed of: Theron Moore, Kim
Stokes Hughes. Cath\ Foster

Chler\. Julie Bro\\n Dodson
and Michael Jonas

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Friday, November 18, 2005

Madison Academy Fifth Grade Attends Agrirama 2005
Madison Academy's fifth
grade class recently attended the
Agrirama in Tifton, Georgia.
The students were able to partic-
ipate in living workshops that
represented 19th century farm
life and were dressed in period
Mrs. Whigham was proud to
watch her students involved in ..
various tasks such as farming,
grinding corn meal, operating a '
news press, woodworking, work-
ing in the doctor's office, cook- -
ing on a woodstove, cleaning,
and feeding the farm animals.
The students were also able to
enjoy a home cooked meal of
chicken and vegetable soup with
corn bread and baked apples.
As the students nv orkcd. the
parent chaperones were able to
tour the area and watch the stu-
dents their various
tasks. The parents thought it was
a nice change to haVe their chil-
dren working while the% were
able to relax.
The students had a wonder-
ful experience and gained anew Tile IMadison \cadein 511 grade class is pictured. Front ro4%. L-R: Kaleb \V che. Jake Latner. D.W. Jarnis. Cod McDonald. Joshua \\ood. _Matl
insight into what life was like in Buchanan, Taylor Howell, Colby Ingram, Daryl Frith, and Forrest Kauffman. Back row, L-R: Mikayla Plain, Saba Akbar, Rachael W\ebb, Brianna Dun-
the 19th century. away, Taylor Hudson, Kailee Morris, and Brooke Kinsley.

NFCC Recognizes Adult Education Students For Achievement Of Academic Gains

NFCC Adult Education student Charlie Callier, age 74,
receives a certificate from Adult Education instructor Mar-
guerite Page for exceling in program.

Students holding their GED Cerlificates are: front ro,%. L-R Christy Ha nes. Paige Kelley. Lavonta Alexander. Shoner-
ica W\ilson, April Solomon, Maril) Gallagher, Ton)a Blanton, and Theresa Olson ,back ro%% L-Ri Charlie Callier. Bonnie
Evans, Rickey Baynard, Sandra Cone, Dennis Blackburn, John Carter, Krista Hunter, Beadie Carter, Matthew Maxwell,
Sidney Johnson, Steven McGee, and Tony Banks.
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Haynes with GED; Tonya Blanton in math; and Ricky Bary-
nard in Language. Most improved over all (not shown in pic-
ture), was Amber Schumacher in Reading.

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Delvin Boatman Receives Steen Scholarship

Who's Who college student is Harvard-Bound

Delvin T. Boatman of
Madison was awarded the
Morris and Judy Steen Schol-
arship for the 2005-2006
school year. Created in 2003
by NFCC President Morris G.
Steen, Jr. and his wife, Judy
Steen, the scholarship is for
students seeking an associate
degree or vocational certifi-
cate at North Florida Commu-
nity College.
In speaking of his educa-
tional goals, Boatman said, "I
feel a person's pursuits should
be an extension of their per-
sonality, an expression of their
ingenuity and exhibition of
their efforts." Boatman, who

has been accepted to Harvard
University, .plans to seek a
bachelor's degree in English
Boatman has distin-
guished himself as a student at
NFCC. He is an all-Florida
academic team 2005 nominee,
was elected to Who's Who
Among Students in American
Junior Colleges, a member of
Phi Theta Kappa academic
honorary, a member of
S.O.A.R., and a member/advi-
sor of the African-American
Student Union.
He and .his wife, Anna
Marie, reside in Madison.
They have three children:

NFCC President Morris G. Steen, Jr., right, congratu-
lates Del% in Boatman, the Steen Scholarship recipient.

Brittany, Chelsea'and Brianna.
Boatman currently works as a-
pariaprofessional in the public

school system and is pastor-of
Shiloh M.B. Church of Madi-

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It was an inspired setting: a LATMA Christian School met
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with huge columns, winding Wardlaw-Goza-Smith Confer-
staircase and a story for every ence Center, known as the Man-
room. Madison High's Tammy sion, Oct: 5for the NFCC Histo-
Latimer ,and Lea Kalinowski ry Summit. Annual summits are
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K-12 instructors to exchange
ideas' on impro% ing die transition
of students from K-12 to college.
"One purpose of the histoi\
summit this year was to get area
teachers interested in participat-
ing in a regional history fair. It
has been several years since
NFCC held a history summit and
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it was exciting to meet % ith area
teachers and discuss what is hap-
pening in their particular schools
and cumrculum." said Enid Ko-
zlowski,. history department
Kozlo\ ski and NFCC in-
structors, Andrea Oliver and Jay
, elch. coordinated the event.

MCHS's Tammy Latimer 13rd from right), joins teach-
ers from Hamilton and Jefferson counties for the NFCC his-
tory summit. Enid Kozlowski, history chair, is in the back-

Greenville Elementary

Announces Honor Roll

3rd grade, A's
SImani Mobley, Briana
Hodge and Katlynn
3rd grade, B's
DeShaun Dansey and
Jamie Do\ n ing.
S5th grade A's
Latrevian Cherry.
5th grade, B's
Sacoya: Crimand Corey

NFCC Partners With

Madison County Recreation

; To Provide Free GED Classes

No North Florida
W Community
SFlorida College has
: ieen tered into a
S. partnership
S with the
M; M a d is on
County Recreation Associa-
tion, Inc. to provide adult edu-
cation outreach to Madison
County residents seeking to
Obtain their GED.
"The Madison County
Recreation Association has
been wonderful to work with
on this project," said Adult Ed-
ucation Coordinator Kathleen
Andersen. "Those without
high school diplomas can now
-. get specialized classes to pre-
2 A pare for the GED for free
through this program. A GED
is a wonderful tool in prepara-
tion for potential jobs."
Albert Lee Barfield, Chair
of the Board of Directors of
the recreation center has been
i working closely with NFCC's
Wonderland Andersen and Lorraine Brown,
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Friday, November 18, 2005


The destruction caused by
Hurricane Wilma has brought
into sharp focus the interde-
pendence of farmers, con-.
sumers and all those whose ef-
forts make Florida's agricultur-
al system work. In light of this,
Florida Agriculture Commis-
sioner Charles H. Brorison says
this year's observance of Farm-
City Week, November 18-24,.
will be especially meaningful.
"Every year, Farm-City
Week reminds us all -- rural
and urban residents alike -- that
we live and work together in
the same environment and de-
pend on each other," Bronson
said. "In good times, that inter-
dependence goes almost unno-
ticed by many. But, following
a disaster when normal daily
life is drastically disrupted,
we're each reminded just how
much we truly value the contri-
butions. of others."
Fall is normally a time of
optimism for Florida farmers
as the\ prepare to hardest their
\ inter crops to feed the nation.
Flonda pro\ ides 80 percent of
the fresh vegetables grown in
the United States dunne Janu-

ary, February and March of
each year.
"Hurricane Wilma de-
stroyed many of Florida's pre-
mier winter crops in the fields
and damaged much of South
Florida's agricultural infra-
structure," Bronson said. "As a
result, many Florida farmers
will miss out on this crucial
winter market -- and some may

not survive this economic
blow. In addition, consumers
may find some Florida fruits
and vegetables in limited sup-
"Our state's farmers are
working hard to get back on
their feet after this devastating
blow," Bronson said. "Soon,
grocery shelves will once again
feature the many Florida prod-

ucts that consumers depend
Farm-City Week -- started
by the National Farm-City
Council and promoted nation-
ally by the American Farm Bu-'
reau -- is observed the seven
days leading up to and includ-
ing Thanksgiving. Under the
theme "Partners in Progress,"
Farm-City Week salutes all-

those who work as part of the
complex network that brings
food from the field to the table.
These "Partners in Progress"
include farmers and ranchers,
researchers, processors, bro-
kers, truckers and shippers. ad-
vertisers, %\holesalers and re-
tailers. This new ork results in
numerous benefits to society
by pro% hiding an abundance and

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The Partners The Benefits to Society
Farmers and Ranchers i An abundance and vanety of Food
Researchers c, as well as produces used to make
.' Processors 5 Clothing
-"ro'kers Housing
Truckers and Shippers Medicines
Adveriers .r .. and countless othe-r
Whol.isalers and Retlalers iters used daly
The key is the interdependence among those who produce the products,
t Lhose who consume the products. and all those in the production and
marketing cha~un retwee, tre producer and consumer. These vital farm
Sci'L partnerships with rural and urban communities working together
have made ire most o our rich agnciultura resources. and they
r- I'.- coi-inue to contribute to our health and well being and to
-. ; the strength oi our economy

FresTh ThuiAks t all iht ircI I aA i/n th' Farrm-C-ity' conn'ctioi so successful.
]L-'E'- A message rrom neo Florida Farm Bu.rreau Federati.'I and the
Fliid a Flqida Departrre.nt of AgricuLur oand Consumner Servlices Charles H Brunson, Commissioner

variety of food as well as prod-
ucts used to make clothing.
housing, medicines, and count-
less other items used daily.
Florida's 44.000 commer-
cial farmers grow more than
280 different crops. Year
round. Florida ranks No. 2 ni-
Stionall3 in the U.S. production
of fresh vegetables. Flonda
agriculture has:an estimated
overall economic impact of
more than $62 billion annual-
The Florida Farm Bureau
Federation is the state's largest
general interest agricultural as-
sociation \iith more than
151.000 member families
statewide and Farm Bureaus in
62 counties. Headquartered in
Gainest ille. the federation is
an independent, non profit
agricultural organization.
For more information:
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Enterprise Recorder for story
and pictures of the Farm Bu-
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NFCC Foundation's First Clay Shoot Is A Major Success

The action started as the
early morning mist began lift-
ing up from the hollows
among the hills on Mikey and
Bryan Wilson's Farm off Lit-
tle Cat Road in Madison
County. By noon it was over
and hundreds of pieces of clay
"pigeons" lay scattered 'in the
fields with the winners taking.
home trophies and prizes too
numerous to count. At the
end of the day on Saturday,
Oct. 1, the NFCC Founda-
tion's 1st Annual Clay Shoot
was a hit, literally and figura-

"For a first time event, the
Clay Shoot was enormously
successful. We plan to contin-
ue this event and for it to be-
come an annual affair. Hope-
fully it will grow each year
and become a major source of
revenue for the NFCC Foun-
dation," said President Morris
G. Steen, Jr.
Foundation planners re-
port the final tally was
$12,432, the most ever raised
in a single day Foundation
event. It was also an impres-

sive measure of community
support: 19 teams of shooters,
34 sponsors and scores of vol-
unteers who set up and coordi-
nated the complex shoot, plus
feeding and entertaining the
sportsmen and women.
Foundation staff director
Gina Rutherford, event coor-
dinator Maria Greene and
Sharon Leslie worked with
the National Wild Turkey Fed-
eration and Southwind Sport-
ing Clays of Lake Park, Ga.
months in advance to pull off
the event.

John Peak of Southwind
provided safety instructions
and Turkey Federation volun-
teers monitored the shoot.
Thompson Land Survey-
ing of Madison, took first
place in team competition,
with Wachovia of Madison
2nd, and Allen & Mooney In-
vestment Advisors of
Thomasville, Ga. 3rd.
In individual competition
Class A winners were 1st,
Justin Hamrick, Madison;
2nd, Matthew Horner,
Thomasville, Ga.; 3rd, Chase

Moses of Lake City.
Class B,winners: 1st, Ray
Pike of Madison; 2nd,.Willy
Hamrick of Madison; and
David Sullivan of Perry 3rd.
Class C winners: 1st,
Scott Sweat, Madison; 2nd,
Tod Robertson of Perry; and
3rd, Carter Grant of Madison.
Jessica Pert, of Madison,
won in the Women's competi-
In the Youth Division the
top shooter was Matthew
Homer of Thomasville Ga.
with Goidon MacQuirter,

Thomasville, Ga. runner-up.
The Side Game winner
was Lucas Waring of Madi-
The NFCC Foundation re-
ceives gifts and funds to sup-
port college programs and es-
tablish scholarships for NFCC
students. Last year the Foun-
dation awarded 150 scholar-
ships valued at $64,118.
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S A mule. a black mare. \\ill be sold for cash to
4* highest bidder at 11:00 a.m. on \est side of court-
house for debts.
It \\as reported gasoline sales in.Florida during
the month of September totaled 91,979,174 gallons
and the tax collected for those sales \\as
S 6.4111,288.00.
S Miss'Agnes Burnetit entertained with a'canasta"
dinner complimenting Mrs.-Bessie Neel. Mrs. Frank
Green and Mrs. Lee Tjdlock were among the guests.

-November-19, 1965 Edition

S MHS Homecoming Queen Melissa Lee and her
attendants Mary Karstedt, Jeannie Brinson. Beitt
Fraleigh and Beverly Hughes sail do\\ n Range Street,
in the parade.
Airman Cleveland D. Barclay, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James P. Barclay Sr. of Greenville has graduat-
ed at Gunter AFB, from the training course for med-
ical helpers.
Mr. Kirby Reichmann spoke on the Gideon
movement at the First Methodist Church. After his,
talk, many generous offerings were made by the con-
gregatiion to help in the work.

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Cherry Lake Methodist Church observed
their 135th Homecoming. t1840 to 1975).
Man\ wore colonial costumes'for the occa-
Boy Scout Troop 606 got together to cele-,
brate the 36th Anni\ersary of their New York-,
trip with a testimonial dinner to scoutmasters.
Mr. Cantey and Mr. Naughton.
Kim and Susan Newman of Madison Coun-
tI won a 3rd place prize of $50.00 in the Flori-
da Farm Bureau's Statewide Talent Find con-

November 14,1985 Edition.

Mr. Oscar Olive will be the speaker at The
Armchair Adventure sponsored by the Senior
Citizens Center. He will talk on his trip to Mex-
The Vaquero Guard of Madison County High
School will participate in the Tropicana Bowl
Music Festival in Gainesville.
Eunice Bell returned home last week after an
enjoyable visit with her daughter Christine and
family in Ft. Myers.

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Security Systems
Lifetime Warranty
Monitored 24 hours. Burglar and
Fire. Hardwire or wireless mo-
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glass break detectors, heat and
smoke detectors, panic buttons,
and many brand new and innov-
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William Greene-Security Con-
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Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848

Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326

Foreclosure Stopped
Tax Leins Tax Deeds Foreclo-
sure Residential and Commer-
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The DM Corporation.
1-866-87Daryl (32795)

Experienced House/Office Cleaner
with references, no job to small or
difficult. $10.00 per hour. 971-
5684 or 971-9986

Just in time for hunting season
For sale 1994 GMC Suburban 4x4,
custom grill & flood lights. Rear
air, has a few dents but runs great.
Blue book 7-8k, will take $5,000
obo 464-0522.
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$500 464-0522

S 251bs. of
Clean Bundled
$2 each.

1994 Peach State, 24 x 56, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bath, fireplace, stove,
fridge, central heat and air, Zone II
for Florida or Georgia, New Condi-.
tion, PH 229-242-3795 Or 1-800-

Dead or Alive
Cars Trucks Traactors Motor-
cycle Aluminum Boats

Want to buy home site,
rural land, with or without
a house. 850-973-3981

Fresh Pecans Wanted
Needed For
Holiday Baking
Latrelle 973-8548 or
Susan 948-5097
Call Before 9pm Please

For Lease
Small store, groceries, meat,
seafood or fish market, Greenville,
busy corner, US 90 and SR 221, in-
cludes attached fast food "Take-
Out". Available now.$1,500.00 per
month. Leave message for Owner
Kathy Cobb at 850-973-9990.

contact Jay Davis at:

For Rent
Located in Lee, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
doublewide. Spacious livingroom,
& bedrooms, Deposit, first months
rent, 6 months lease required. no
pets. Only serious callers please
call- 971-5344. leave msg.

C Southern qiias of

C4adison OApjartments

HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Small Efficiency House
One person only, For someone who
likes a quiet & private,place. Two
miles from the city of Madison.
Call before 8pm;

Homes for Rent
1, 2, & 3 bedroom homes, HUD
accepted. Day- 850-973-4527 or
Night- 850-973-1336

Office or Medical Space
Approximately 4,000 square feet
of newly remodeled professional
office space. Includes 10 office
exam rooms, conference room,
storage room, break room, and
waiting area. Conveniently located
in downtown Madison, Fl. Ideal for
office or medical related space. For
Searcy Realty
(850) 973-4049 or (850) 973-5498.
Jim or Vivian Searcy

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

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1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
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711. .192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity

Watermelon Land
For Lease
Several hundred acres of new
ground and old laid out fields.
South of Madison city limits near
Browning and Sons watermelon
packing house. Ideal for watermel-
on land
Contact Tommy Greene at
(850) 973-4141

Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326

Critter Sitter /

Dogs Cats Birds Livestock
SAvoid Stress on You and Your Pet
Enjoy your time away from
home knowing your animals are ,'I
well taken care of and
in their home environment.
SBasic one time daily feeding w/walk-play = $10
S Other services available: -Lights *Gates
SMail *Water *Plants eMultiple Visits .
SCustom Services Upon Request.
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Peacefull Secluded
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 1 acre
on highway 152, Jennings, FL.
$94,500 Owner Financing
Photos available 386-938-2608

Local Investor
Liquidating Properties!
-Excellent Opportunity-
*$39,900 Two Bedroom, home
$49,900 Spacious Doublewide
$74,900 Two Family Duplex
$84,900 Two Family Duplex
5 Acers ,wood land in Madison
zone for single family home.
$75,000 or b.o.
call 954-272-2294
ask for Heath

Cute fixer upper $25,000
Built in 1947, 3/1 home, wood
floors oh 1/2 acre, cprnei lot, 1.5
miles from Lake Francis.

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Water/Waste Water Treatment
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)

FT water/waste water treatment op-
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water treatment certification re-
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Will consider trainee with 3+ years'
prior training/experience.'. Good
benefits, great working environ-
ment. Apply in person at Personnel
Department Monday through Fri-
day from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 pm.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL; fax resume to
(386) 658-5160.
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* Software skills using the follow-
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Also, must be a positive, Christian
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or to apply, please contact the
school at 997-3597

Greene Publishing, Inc has
an opening for a News Re-
porter. Should be dependable
with a pleasant personality.
Required to have good Jour-
nalistic skills and computer.
knowledge. Command of the
English language :and its
proper usage a must. Need to
ha\e \our o\n dependable
transpO'tarIiorn nd pmr.clceL a
good work ethic. Apply in
person ONLY at the Madison
County Carrier. Hwy 53

License, High School Diploma
Transcript/GED. and (2) two years
experience. Position expires
11/18/05.. Applications are avail-
able at Panther Success Center,
11180 NE 38th St. Jasper, FL
32052, Monday through Friday,
8am to 5pm. Contact Mr. Patrick
Brinson, Phone: (386) 792-6400.
Fax: (386) 792-6401
Clinic Receptionist
Position available at Doctors'
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Madison. Must possess great
customer service. Clinic seringr
receptionist experience a plus.
Applications may be down-
loaded from www.doc-
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Publishing, Inc.
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Professional appearance and pleas-
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OPS Mental Health
Assistant #2249
High School Diploma or its equiva-
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preferred. Valid Driver's license re-
quired. Shift: variable/Monday -
Counclor #1182
A Master's'Degree with a major in
psychology, social work, counsel-
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field. and three, year of related pro-
fessional experience, Florida li-
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Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri-

For more information, and a com-
plete listing of available positions:
850-523-3217 or x800-226-2931
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, Fl
Pre-Hire Drug Screen` .& FDLE
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Do you need a
If you are elderly or need a man
to work around your home or
yards, please call me to work for
you. I'm reasonable, honest and
pride myself on doing a good job
for you. I also give Seniors a dis-
count. Located in Madison area.'-
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NOTICE IS GIVEN of the intention of the Board of County Commissioners
of Madison County, Florida, pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, to consider the
adoption of a proposed county ordinance the title to which is as follows:



at the meeting of the Board which will be held as follows:

:DATE: December 7,2005

TIME: 9:00 a.m.

PLACE: The Board ofCounty Commissioners Meeting Room
Room No. 107
S Madison C,.ung Courthouse .nner
229 5.\. Pmlnkne) street
Madinon, Flnrida 3234:

The prspostd ordmannr ma bh considered b) the Buard a an) rime during
the abose mernng The proposed ordinance mas be inspuLitd b ithe public during
normal business hour at Ihe office of the Clerk .I the Circil Cnurt of Madidon Coun).'
Florida, n the Miadison C,,unn Courthousi, Madison. Flurida. II intlretied parties may
appear at the ab.te mtrhng and be heard uilh repeci it. the proposed ordinance

If you are a person wilh a disability ho need ans accommodation in order
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Certain a.sistance. Please contact Tim Sanders, Clerk of Court, at Post Office Box 237,
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meenng date; if oru are hearing or impaired, call 71 I.

If a person decide, 10 appeal an) decision made by the Board Iilh respect to
ans mantr considered at sbch meenng he or she will need a reL.,rd uflth prouieding..
and that, for suth purpise, htr r she may nerd l insure that a %erbanm record of the
pr)ceedingi is made. which record included the lesnmon) and endence upon shich the
appeal is to be based.

D TED thi 15T" day of November. A D. 2005.


0:/Tim Sanders
Tim Sanders.
Clerk .-

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(800) 794.7310

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To run your ad STATEWIDE call Mary Ellen Greene at (850) 973-


Advertising Networks of Florida

Week of November' 14, 2005
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Notice is hereby gisen that Ihe Board of County Commissioners of Madison Counts.
Florida A ill be accepting sealed bids for the following: One t I New Current Model Tan-
dem Drive Motor Grader, Heavy Duty Category: Caterpillar No. 12H or John Deere
770D orEquisalent. and known as Bid Number 2105 7.

Sealed bids ma. be submitted to the Biard of Ciunt Commissioners by depositing same
at the Board office loealed in the lMadison County Courthouse Anne%. Room 219. 112
East Pimckne, Stret. Madison. Florida 323411. or Post Office Bob 539. Madison. Florida
32341. anytime prior to 5:(00 PM on \\ednesdas. NoIember 30. 2005 ANY BID RE-
ERED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be
printed on the outside of the front of the enrlope: One it New Tandem Drise Molor

Bid Specificaions. as well as other pertinent documents, may be obtained from the
Madison Counts Public %\orksiRoad Department office located at 2060 NE Rocky Ford
iC-591i. 2 miles north of Madison. telephone is 85-.973-2156. beginning Nosember 16.
2005. Copies of Specifications are available for inspection at the Count) Commission Of-
fice during regular office hours.

Madison County reserns the right I- wsaise any inlormalfl) or it reject an3 or all bids.

Bids will be opened at 9:k(o a.m. on Thurda'. December I. 21105, alter which all bids will
be available for public inspection. Award b\ Ih. Board of Counry Commissioners will be
scheduled at a later date and all usndori will hr ioltfied in "riling of the successful bid-

iDait o.f irad: Nimcmlie.r I it 20 s 5n


Notice is hereby given tlal tthe Board or Count) Commissioners or Madison Count).
Florida will be accepting sealed bid, for'lhe following: One til Nes Current Model
Wheel Loader and known a, Bid Number 20015 6.

Sealed bide ma) be subminlltd to Ihe Board of Ciounil Commissiners b) depositing same
at the Board office located in the Madison Count) Courthouse Annes. Room 219. 112
East Pinckney Stree. Madison. Florida 32340. or Post Office Bo% 539, Madison. Florida
32341. anyrime prior to 5:00 PM on VWednesday. November 30, 2005 ANY BID RE-
ERED. Sealed bids must be clearly) marked as a sealed bid and ihe bid number must be
printed on the outside of the front of tht envelope: One I I New W\ heel Loader. Bid Num-

Bid Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents. may be obtained from the
Madison Counts Public \VorksmRoad Department office located at 2060 NE Rocky Ford
iC-5911, 2 miles north of Madison. lelephonet 850-973-2156. beginning NoIember 16.
2005. Copies of Specifications are a ailable for inspection at Ihe Countl Commission Of-
fice during regular office hours.

Madison Counti reserses the right to waise anm inlormality or to reject ant or all bids.

Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. December 2005. after which all bids "ill
he available for public inspection. ,Asard by the Board of Count) Commissioners sill be
scheduled at a later date and all isndors sill he notified in riling of the successful bid-

Dates of ad: No, ember 16. 18. 21. & 24. 21105


Nolice is herby isein that the Board of Counlat Commissioners of Madison Count).
Florida dill be accepting sealed bids for the following: One II Net 401i) Gallon Water
Tanker Kit, Direct PTO Drise. Mounted on a 1986 LT 80110 Ford Chassis. and known as
Bid Nunber 2005 5.

Staltd bids may be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners hb depositing same
at the Board office located in the Madison Count) Courthiuse Anne\. Room 219. 112
East Pinckney Street, Madison. Florida 32.130. or Post Office Bou 539. Madison. Florida
32341. anytime prior to 5:01) PM on \\ednesda). November 30. 2005 ANY BID RE-
ERED. Staled bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be
printed on the outside ol the front of the envelope: One ill New 4000 Gallon \%aler
Tanker kit. Bid Number 2005 5. BID MUST CONTAIN A COPY OF THE VENDOR'S

Bid'Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents. ma) be obtained from the
Madison County Public 1Snrks/Rnad Department office located at 20161 NE Rock) Ford
(C-591 2 miles nurlh of Madison, telephone i 850l-973-2156. beginning Nosember 16,
2005. Copies of Specifications are available for inspection at the County Commission Of-
fice during regular office hours.

Madison Count) reserves the right to uaite an) informally or to nrject an) or all bids.

Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. December 1. 2005. after which all bids will
be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of Count) Commissioners will be
scheduled al a later date and all vendors s ill be notified In t riling of the successful bid-

Dates of ad: Noember 16. 18. 23. & 25. 21u05

CASE NO. 2005-421-CA

IN RE: The Marriage of:



2848 North Dixie Highway
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on E. BAILEY BROWNING
III, Attorney For Petitioner, whose address is:
E. Bailey Browning III
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida, 32341

on or before December 12. 2005, and ite the original llth Ihe dlerk of Ihis Court at:
Madison County Clerk of Court
Post Office Box 237 ....
Madison, Florida, 32341

before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. Ifyou fall to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court' You may review these documents upon request.
\ ou musn keep Ihe Clerk of the Circuil Court's office norinrd of )our current
address. ('ou ma) file Notice of Cdrrent Address. ~O Florida Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawiuli will be mailed to the address on record a ithe clerk's office
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result In
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: 11-09-05

By: /s/Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk

11/11/2005, 11/18/2005, 11/25/2005, 12/2/2005


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