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Our 142nd Year, Number 30 Friday, April 13, 2007 I Madison, Florida 32340


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A man tried to lure two boys, who were
walking down Range Street on Wednesday af-
ternoon, April 11, into his car.
According to the Madison Police Depart-


Urged To

Help Patrol

Skate Park
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Police De-
partment is urging, parents not
to leave children unsupervised
at the skate park next to Lanier
S"They should not be left
alone out there,", Inv. Ben
Ebberson said.
Ebberson said that there is
no phone out there, so there is
no way for anyone to contact a
person in case of an emer-

,, Theine may get hwm while
skating," he said, "and they
can't immediately contact au-
thorities or family members."
Last week, a gang of boys,
chased down a teenager and'
beat him up. The teenage boy
ran to the public library to: use
the phone to call for help. The
library was locked and he spot-
ted Madison County EMS per-
sonnel at Pizza Hut and ran
across the street to them. The
police are following up on
leads in the investigation. If
anyone has any information on'
this 'incident, they are urged to
contact the Madison Police
Department at 973-5077, or,
the Madison County Sheriff's
Department at 973-4001.
Please see Skate Park,
Page 4A

Babe Ruth



Day Set For

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Hundreds of Madison
County Babe Ruth Leaguers
will hear the words, "Play
ball!" on, Saturday, April 14, as
the season officially begins at
the Madison County Recre-
ation Park. Opening cere-
monies will begin at 9 a.m.
with the first games beginning
at 10 a.m.
Local dignitaries will
throw out the opening pitches
to begin the season for young-
sters on '20 different teams.
Boys, ranging in age, from
four to 15, will play baseball,
and girls, ranging in age, from
four to 16, will play baseball
and softball.
Immediately following the
opening ceremony, a cake auc-
tion will be held.
Billy Tolar, president of
the League, invites everyone
to come out for the festivities
that are Babe Ruth League
Opening Day.

ment, the man to get away,
reportedly The man was described as a whitq male with white from the man;
told the two or gray hair. He was short and had a chubby face. who had tohk
boys to get them to ge.
into his car then he pulled up to the sidewalk into his car. They later contacted their father '
and parked. The boys ran into a local business who took them to the MPD to give a descri,-

Seven Injured In Rollover

tion of the man and his car.
The man was described as a white male
with white or gray hair. He was short and the
boys could not tell if he was heavyset, but he
had a chubby face.
Please see Kidnap, Page 4A






Stephen Daniel Clark
A man was arrested in Lee
for resisting arrest v. without vio-
lence on Monday evening,
April 9.
According to a Madison
County Sheriff's Office report,
at 7:30 p.m.. Deputy Jimmy
Fletcher stopped a 1995 Ford
truck, driven by Stephen
Daniel Clark at the intersection
of, County Road 255 South in
Lee for a traffic infraction. Sgt.
David Harper was patrolling
nearby and responded for rou-
tine assistance.
Harper was standing with
Clark in front of Fletcher's pa-
trol car while Fletcher walked
back to the truck that Clark
was driving. Dispatch in-
formed both officers that Clark
had an active warrant for arrest
from Madison County.
Please see Clark, PAge 4A

4Fri 86/60

Mainly sunny. High 86F. Winds
ENEat 5to 10 mph.

4/14 86/57
Considerably cloudy, windy. Highs
in the mid 80s and lows in the up-
per 50s,

Sun 68/46 .
Partly cloudy and windy. Highs in
the upper 60s and lows in the rrlid

2 Sections, 34 Pages
Around Madison County 4-7A
Classifieds 16A
Community Calendar 5A
Crime 4A
Legals 17A
Obituaries 5A
Outdoors 14A
Relay For Life 8A
School 10-11A
Sports 12-13A

By Jacob Bembry ,
Greene Publishing. Inc.
T\ o people were serious. injured
and five more received minor injuries

in a rollover on State Road 145 at
Mount Horeb Church Road on Monday.
April 10, at approximately\ 5 p.m.
According to a Florida Highway

Patrol report. Dannie James Perttvay.
51, of Madison., %as traveling north in
the northbound lane, driving a 1999
Please see Rollover, Page 4A

TwoInjured nWreck
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Photo Courtesy of Action Photos
Madison County EMS and Lee Volunteer firefighters tend to Robert Belinski, who
was injured in a wreck on Tuesday, April 10, while Wayne Williams, far right, looks on.

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.,
Two men were in-
jured and two cars sus-
tained $16,000 worth of
damage in a wreck on .
Tuesday, April 10, at ap-
proximately 12:30 p.m.,
'just east of Lee on U.S.,
According to a Flori-
da Highway Patrol re-
port, Robert Belinski, 54,
was traveling 'east on
U.S. 90 in a 1990-Ford
car, while John J. Billy,
79, was also traveling
east, following Belinski,
in a 2000 Hyundai car. '
Billy entered the west
bound traffic lane to pass
Belinski. Belinski at-
Please see Wreck,
Page 4A

Lateska Brown Signs With NFCC

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Lateska Brown,
center for the Madison
County High School
Cowgirls' basketball
team, signed a scholar-
ship on Tuesday, April
10, to play for North
Florida Community
College. .
Brown scored 411
points' this season (16.5
points per game) and
snatched 275 rebounds
(10 per game).,
Please see Brown,
Page 4A

Lateska Brown,
front row center,
signs to play basket-
ball for North Florida
Community College.
Lateska's high school
coach, Chris Neal, is
pictured on the left,
and Marcus Hawkins,
NFCC head coach, is
pictured at the right.
Back row, left to right:
Lateska's stepfather,
Winfred Barfield; her
mom, Tonya Barfield;
and Ben Killings-
worth, Madison
County High School


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Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley
Passersby, including nurses, assist Hillary Danielle Jones. 19, of Madison, who was seriously injured in a
rollover on Tuesday, April 10. Jones, who was ejected from the Ford Expedition (shown on its side) was flown
by medical helicopter to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and treated for serious injuries.

2A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder

Happy birthday, Shannan
Dear Shannan, the way through. I'd
You're mv love for you to read
-oungest niece and, the Bible. Begin by
although I don't -ee reading the Book of
you as much as 1 w% ish John. It's really
I did, I want you to good.
know that I love ou I haven't had
and want to ,xish " .. a chance to talk to
you a happy 13th acob's Ladder you about life. I
birthday. Jacob Bembry won't.iell you that
You remind me ;. column ,, your life ahead
of someone I kno'%, will be easy.
with your love of read- There ,will be times
ing books and writing. I always when it will be downright hard,
did those things when I was but, for all the bad times, the
your age and I still do them to- good times, if ou concentrate
day. I really miss Mama (your on them, will outweigh them.
granny) because she used to tell I hope that *ou know Jesus
me about books that she would Christ as your Lyrd and Savior.
read. It piqued my interest, so I He died on the! cross for our
would have to read those same sins and then was resurrected
books. I never did get around to from the dead' A borrowed
reading Gone With the Wind, grave couldn't ikep Him in-
but I did see the movie, time side. Remember tfiat about the
and time again, tomb: it was borrowed. When.
I didn't ask what you want- you borrow something, you
ed for your birthday this year have to return it, kind of like
because I knew what you books you borrow from a li-
would say. You would tell me brary.
that you wanted books. Have You're special, Shannan. I
you finished reading all those want you to know that. I hope
books I gave you for Christmas that you will remember it.

this past year and the year be-
fore that?
I will tell you a book that I
would love for you to read all

Happy birthday!
With love,
Your Uncle


Friday, April 13, 2007

I uetonOfTe ee

By Ashley Bell
Who Is Your Prom Date And Where

Are You Eating?

Wilhelm Wieland
"Casey Arnold and we are eating at
The Bistro."

Nora Beth Agner
"I'm taking John Cone and we are
eating at my houpe with my family."

Devin Kelly
"I'm taking my boyfriend,
Matt Thompson, a ve are grilling
with my faU"

Kendra Woods
"1 am taking my boyfriend, Raymond
Sims, and we are going to dinner at
Red Lobster."

Robbie Griffin
"I am going with Amon Webb and we
are going to eat at The Bistro."

Friday The Thirteenth -

A Reason to Fear?

Who's afraid of Friday the thirteenth? Apparently a pile of
people. Some won't go to work on those Fridays; some won't
venture into any situation that might carry risk. Some just stay
in bed. (Like your heart won't attack you in bed. Ha!)
Of course, those same folks throw salt over their shoulder if
they spill the salt shaker, and refuse to walk under a ladder, and
turn around if they see a black cat crossing their path. And you
should see them hunting four-leaf clovers in the park and care-
fully choosing a rabbit's foot to attach to their key chain.
This behavior amazes me. Where do they find the time to
collect ,all the good luck paraphernalia and toss out the bad?
How do they find mental space to remember that stuff? How can
they allow these considerations to take precedence over work,
friends, or other important facets of life? I cannot wrap my head
around the whole procedure.
Many of my friends and acquaintances wish someone good
luck in a new endeavor. I think we should try to wipe that phrase
from our lexicon. If I believe in God, then "luck" cannot be part
of my belief system. That's hard to remember, and the phrase
"good luck" is certainly difficult to erase from my vocabulary.
But I'm working on it.
Am I afraid of Friday the thirteenth or black cats or ladders?
No. A Friday is a Friday, meaning I get to sleep late the next day.
We once owned a solid black cat; his name was Colfax and he
was a riot. None of us were scared of him except when he hid
on the stairs and waited for someone to come down so he could
snag their ankles. Then -whoop! that got some excitement go-
ing. Wary,. es, but afraid? No.
Relax. It's Friday. Generally considered the prelude to the
weekend. Save .fear for real scary stuff like rattlesnakes and
tsunamis. Luck? As one man said, it's 90 percent perspiration
and 10 percent inspiration. In other words, you pretty much
make your own luck, Friday or not. If you go about looking for
bad things to happen guess what? You'll find them.
Happy Friday, everyone. And have a good weekend.

Tamara Johnson was incorrectly identified as Tamara
Alexander in a story on Larr, Pride's retirement from the. Madi-
son Police Department. We apologize for the error.



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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A

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'Learn To Control Your Money
When it comes to money, you are in the driver's seat and it is
up to you to manage all of your resources. Where does your mon-
ey go? Do you let it slip out of your hands or do you control it?
During Financial Literacy Month, make an effort to take charge of
your money and other resources to achieve your goals and get from
where you are to where you want to be.
If you want to control your money try some of these cost cut-
ters. Distinguish between "needs and wants," consider your val-
ues, goals and all of your resources. Be aware of your alternatives
for increasing income. Know when to use cash, checks or credit
and decide upon the best person to keep the family's books and to
pay bills.
You can save up to 15 % of your take home pay by making and
following a spending plan that covers your fixed expenses, flexible
expenses, and funds for emergencies and future goals. Another 25
to 30 % can be cut by shopping with a list, and doing comparative
Stretch your transportation dollars by practicing good driving
methods and taking care of your automobile. Get regular mainte-
nance and service checkups. Use your care owner's manual to plan
maintenance. Make your car last longer by taking care of it and
you will delay the need for purchasing a newer vehicle.
Compare insurance rates with different companies before
making a choice of policies. Cut insurance cost by shopping for
discounts, increasing deductibles and practicing good habits.
You can spend less by taking care of what you have. Use care
- recycle, remodel and recreate. Save 20 to 30% of your food costs
by eliminating waste. The average family wastes about 20 % of
food through improper storage, buying too much when they eat out
or not using leftovers.
Manage credit wisely. If you use charge accounts, try to buy
at the start of the billing cycle so you won't be billed for 25, days.
Pay in full before interest begins on accounts to save the interest
Check your spending habits. Do you waste money? Try this
exercise for one week, whenever you take your wallet out, write
down how much you spend. You may be shocked at the amount of
money that leaves your pocket each week. We call these small
amounts spending leaks, and they can add up to large amounts over
time. Remember, a dollar a day saved is $365.00 a year. Learn to
substitute other resources for money. Try to borrow, share, switch,
substitute, simplify and conserve goods and services.
Money control is in your hands. It's up to you to make all your
dreams come true by managing your resources. For more informa-
tibnion bowyoua4mlicuti'sts-Iandlake-char2e of your money, con-
tact the Madison County Extensibon Seirice "

Pulling The Plug On Our Troops For Peanuts

By Congressman Ander Crenshaw
War should not be waged from the floor of Congress.
Our founding fathers understood, this, our troops understand
this, and our enemies understand this. Unfortunately, Ms. Pelosi
and the House Democrats do not. Through their political ma-
neuvering to pass legislation which usurps the authority of our
military commanders, they have demonstrated exactly why 435
congressional armchair generals is a dangerous concept for our
Imagine if the WWII Congress had taken it upon itself to
decide whether our troops should be deployed to North Africa,
Europe or the Pacific. What if Patton hadn't been allowed to de-
ploy his tanks to Bastogne, halting the German Army's advance
in the Battle of the Bulge because the politicians in Washington
wrote a law saying he couldn't? Instead of taking any real action
to end the war now or to work towards victory, House Democ-
rats have instead decided to force defeat by placing arbitrary
mandates on our military and set a target date for us to concede.
This year's Iraq War funding bill contained more than our mili-
tary bargained for, including language which sets arbitrary de-
ployment schedules, arbitrary mandates, and an arbitrary date
for defeat in Iraq. How was this passed through Congress? Eas-
ily. The Democratic leadership included something no one bar-
gained for-$22 billion worth of pork projects to purchase its
Quite l terally, t h i funding bill sold our troops, our military

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Madison Recorder, established 1865,
New Enterprise established'1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
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commanders and our chance for a victory for peanuts. Faced
with several members in the Democrat ranks who were hesitant
to legislate failure in Iraq and bind our military commanders,
their leadership traded pork for their vote. This includes $75
million for peanut storage in Georgia, a $25 million bail out for
spinach producers, $60 million for the salmon fishing industry,
and billions of other superfluous spending projects completely
unrelated to the war.
This sets a very dangerous precedent not only for today, but
for our future. If the greatest nation and the greatest military in
the world is brought to its knees, not by the enemy but by parti-
san politics, don't think our enemies won't sit up and take no-








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4A The Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Friday, April 13, 2007

cont from page 1A

Greenville Man Arrested On

Drug Possession Charges

A Greenville man was arrested for possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams on Friday night, March 30.
According to a Madison County Sheriff's Office report, at
8:45 that evening, Sgt. David Harper stopped a 1985 van on
State Road 14 south for a traffic infraction. Jeremy Cooper
drove the van.
While issuing Cooper a written warning, Harper began to
,detect signs of criminal activity.
Harper asked Cooper if he had any illegal items, including
drugs, weapons or stolen property on his person or in the van.
Cooper said that he did not.
Harper completed the written warning and then asked
Cooper for consent to search the van for any illegal items, in-
cluding those named.
Cooper granted permission to search the van.
During the search, Harper located two small clear plastic
bags of suspected marijuana on the floor of the van.
Harper collected the marijuana and Cooper claimed owner-
ship. He was arrested and transported to the Madison County
The total weight of the marijuana was 12.2 grams.

SKATE PARK cont from page 1A

One parent told this reporter that she refuses to leave her son
at the skate park because some older boys who stay out there
could beat himup. ', .. -
Another parent said that she had seen people go out there
and leave their daughters. She said that she refuses to leave her
,teenage daughter alone there with the possibility that boys will
be at the skate park.
The local police have increased their patrol of the area, but
said that they cannot be at the park all during the day and they
are counting on the parents to help them.
"I know that it's not cool to have your parents around all the
time," Ebberson said, "but kids can get hurt out there."

April 4
John Elmer Crider-Battery On School Employee
Anthony Lavon Joseph-Battery on Detention Facility
Adrian Maurice Hail-Theft by Taking
Roland Anthony Higgins-Petit Theft
April 5
Shermon Denise Moore-Disorderly Conduct
Renee Michelle Dopsin-Battery on a Pregnant Person,
Disorderly Conduct
Willie Charles Thompkins-Possession Drug
Paraphernalia, Possession Marijuana less 20 gm
Calvin Dewayne Allen-V.O.P. (circuit)
Renata Latrell Taylor- V.O.P. (county)
April 6
Anthony Hector Pagola-Failure to Appear-
Beverly June Flynn-Criminal Registration
Vicki Lyn Lentz- V.O.P. (circuit)
April 7
Derick Lashawn Edwards- V.O.P. (county)
Jermaine Lanard Collins-Resisting Officer W/Violence
April 9
Jackie Leon Davis-D.U.I.
Edward James Dial-Battery Touch or Strike
Andjuan Donte Mcintyre-No Valid or Expired Drivers
License, Domestic Violence/Battery
Kimela Makeshia Thomas- V.O.P. (county)
Stephen Daniel Clark- Failure to Appear-Arraignment,
D.W.L.S., Revoked or Cancelled, Resisting Officer w/o
April 10
Simmie Lee Lott- V.O.P. (circuit)
Lucian Branton-V.O.P. (circuit)
Rodney Phenis Thompson-Out of County Warrant,
Failure to Appear

BROW N cont from page 1.

Brown also played in the Big Bend Showcase basketball game.
which was coached by her high school head coach, Chris Neal.
"She has the potential to be a great player at the next level,"
Neal said. "If she sticks at-it and works hard, she'll be fine. She
will be a great asset to North Florida Community College."
Brown is the daughter of Winfred and Tonya Barfield of
"I had a chance to coach her in high school," NFCC Head
Coach Marcus Hawkins said. "She is an exceptional young lady.
She uses her body well and has great post moves. She also has
a great attitude. I think she'll do well at this level. It will give her
a chance to build up her confidence."
Hawkins said that Brown would play small forward at

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The car was a champagne-colored 1990s model 4-door
Honda Civic or Honda Accord.
The boys did not have a chance to get a tag number on the
If the vehicle or a male meeting the description is spotted,
please call the Madison Police Department at 973-5077 or the
Madison County Sheriff's Office at 973-4001.
Several weeks ago, in a separate incident, another boy was
approached while walking on the east side of Madison and was
offered a ride in a purple car, driven by a black male. He fled
from the man in the vehicle and sought safety. No make or mod-
el of the vehicle was given.
If you have any information on this incident, please call the
Madison County Sheriff's Office at 973-4001.
People are urged to use caution when walking alone. Please
talk to your children about what to do if a stranger approaches
them and offers them a ride.

ROLLOVER cont from page 1

Ford Expedition. Stanley Eugene Bass, 42, of Pinetta, was also
traveling north in the northbound lane in a 1999 Ford pickup.
Pettway passed Bass in a no-passing zone as Bass was mak-
ing a left turn.
Bass struck the right rear side of Pettway's Expedition with
the left front of the pickup.
Pettway's vehicle rotated clockwise and began to overturn.
As it overturned, Hillary Danielle Jones, 19, of Madison, was
ejected. She was not wearing a seatbelt at the time.
The Expedition pick-wup came to a final-rest, facing east in
the northbound lane on its left side. The pickup came to a con-
trolled stop east of Pettway's.Expedition.
Jones was flown by medical helicopter to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital with serious injuries and Pettway was trans-
ported to South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta with serious
Mary Pettway, 45; Jatalia Norwood, 2; Kacey Ciunity, 20;
Tamekia Hampton, 21; and Ca'zyah Cherry, six months, all of
Madison, were transported to SGMC and treated for minor in-
Bass was not injured in the crash.

WVRECK cont from page 1.

tempted to make a left turn onto NE Mace Way, while e Billy \"as
passing. The left front side of the car Befinski was driving col-
lided with the right front side of Billy's Hyundai.
The Ford came to a final rest in the eastbound, traffic lane of
U.S. 90, facing south.
Billy came to a final rest on the north shoulder of U.S. 90,
facing east.
Madison County EMS and the Lee Community Volunteer
Fire Department treated Belinski at the scene. He was then trans-
ported to Madison County Memorial Hospital with minor in-
Madison County EMS and the Lee VFD treated Billy at the
scene for minor injuries.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office assisted with traffic
Belinski was cited for improper change of lane/changing
course, driving while license suspended or revoked and no seat

CLARK cont from page 1

that he was under arrest for a warrant. Clark then took off run-
ning and Harper and Fletcher gave chase.
Harper caught Clark by the shirt, approximately 10 feet
away but Clark began to violently resist, causing his shirt to rip
completely off his body. Clark continued to flee on foot, ignor-
ing both deputies' commands to stop..
Clark was running in a southern direction and circled
around the south side of the Lee Public Library.
While running after Clark, Fletcher deployed his M-26 Ad-
vanced Taser. One dart struck Clark in the right shoulder but the
second dart missed the intended target.
Clark did not experience the full effect of the Taser and con-
tinued to run south in front of the Cherry Farms, turning toward
the Lee Trailer Park.
While fleeing, Clark was able to snatch the Taser dart out of
his shoulder. Fletcher and Harper began to close distance on
Clark when he suddenly stopped and turned toward Fletcher in
an aggressive manner.
Harper deployed his Taser and struck Clark in his right
thigh. Both darts found their target and Clark was immediately
Clark went straight to the ground and was handcuffed, by
Clark was cha;i ed with resisting arrest without violence,
driving while license suspended and the local warrant for failure
to appear on a previous resisting arrest charge.
Clark received minor injuries and was checked by Madison
County EMS.
Neither Fletcher nor Harper were injured during the foot
pursuit or arrest.
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5A

Lt. Colonel Daniel
A. Russell

Lt. Colonel Daniel A.
Russell (USAF/Ret), age 50,
died unexpectedly on March
26, 2007 in Brussels, Belgium.
He was a graduate of Harwood
Union High School in
Duxbury, Vt., and received a
Bachelors Degree in Educa-,
tion from the University of
Vermont in 1978, where he
was also a member of Kappa
Sigma Fraternity. In the same
year he was commissioned a
2nd Lieutenant in the United
States Air Force, having com-
pleted the Air Force Reserve
Officer Training Corp program
at St. Michael's College in
Colchester, Vt. He subsequent-
ly received a Masters Degree
in International Relations from
the University of Southern
Lt. Colonel Russell had a
distinguished career of 23
years in the United States Air
Force, which included over-
seas assignments to Germany,
England and Saudi Arabia. His
last assignment was as Mili-
tary Advisor to the Assistant.
Deputy Under Secretary of
Defense for Logistics. Upon
his retirement, he was em-
ployed for two years as a Se-
nior Consultant with Pricewa-
terhouse Coopers before as-
suming his. present position
within the Department of De-
fense with duties' at the.Unites
States Mission, NATO. He was
awarded numerous decora-
tions, awards and citations,
most notably the Defense Mer-
itorious Service Medal and the
Air Force.Meritorious Service
Medal with three Oak Leaf
Clusters. He was also a gradu-
ate of the Air War College.
Well known for his leadership
and management abilities and
strength of character, he made
a positive and lasting impres-
sion on his military and civil-
ian colleagues.
Dan is survived by two
children, Kathryn and Kyle
Russell of Newport News, Va.;
his long-time companion,
Morgan Curtis, presently of
Brussels; his parents, Richard
and Jeanne Russell, formerly
of Waterbury, Vt.; a brother,
Rich Russell and his wife Di-
ane and their children Sean
and Lynn of Waterbury; as
well as aunts, uncles, cousins
and extended family.
Dan was a leader of indi-
viduals, highly respected and
well liked by those who came
in contact with him. He was a
loving father, devoted son, and
caring brother. He had a terrif-
ic sense of humor, a beautiful
smile, and a contagious laugh.
Dan will be deeply missed by
everyone who knew. and loved
Funeral services with 'a
military honors escort were
held at St. Andrew Catholic
Church in Waterbury, Vt. on
Monday, April 9, at 11 a.m. A
reception followed the service
in St. Leo Parish Hall.
Interment with full mili-
tary honors will take place lat-
er this spring in the Waterbury
Center Cemetery at the conve-
nience of the family.
The family requests that
flowers be omitted; rather,
memorial gifts would be ap-
preciated for the Shriners Hos-
pitals for Children (for treat-

ment of burns for children),
Office of Development, 2900
Rocky Point Drive, Tampa FL

Margaret S.

Margaret S. Morris, age
94, went to be with our Lord
and Savior on April 6, 2007. -
She lived and loved the
words of her Lord. She could
quote Scripture with ease and
comfort. She loved her flow-
ers, friends and her church.
Please, no flowers. Instead,
Mrs. Morris has requested that
donations be made to Florida
Baptist Children's Home, P.O.
Box 8190, Lakeland, Fl.
33802; (note on check for Tal-
lahassee home) where she sup-
ported children whose lives
mirrored her own young life,
or to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center, Tallahassee, Fl.
32317, who showed .her the
love she needed to go through
the journey to see her Lord.
She was preceded in death
by many who loved her: Leon
Dollar, Arthur- Sharp, Roy
Morris, Faith Fells, Kim Galle-
gos and Tessie and Bill Zu-
lumas, and many others.
She is survived by many
who will continue to love her,
and look forward to the tinie of
their reunion: her sister, Von-
cille Greathouse, and family;
her brother. C.J.;, her ,grand-:
children, Teresa Gallegos, and
husband Jose Mercado, Don
Guyot, and wife Christine,
Daryl Graves, and, Dewayne
Graves. She also was blessed
to have known and loved her
great grandchildren, Jessica',
and Orlando Gallegos, and
Raymond Guyot. She is sur-
vived by her many friends in
Madison, and elsewhere, and
her church family, at First
Baptist Church, where she was
a faithful servant for her Lord
and Savior for over 65 years.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, April 10, 2007 at 1
p.m., at Beggs Funeral Home
Madison Chapel, burial fol-
lowed in Oak Ridge Cemetery,
in Madison. The family re-,
ceived friends at Beggs Chapel
on Monday, April 9, from 6 8

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Every Friday
New Life Christian Church Int'l has a clothes closet open on
Friday from 9 11 a.m. If you or anyone you know is in need,
we are located at: 407 SW Old US 90, Madison, Fl. 32340. Take
US 90 West, just outside the city limits and we are on the left
side of the road.
April. 13
Madison Senior Citizens, will hold Outreach at Farmers
Merchant Bank in Greenville, on April 13, from 1-3 p.m.. The
public is welcome to come by.
April 14
Enjoy an afternoon of opera appreciation and delightful din-
ing in a beautiful, historic setting on Saturday, April 14 from 2-
6 p.m. Pre-registiation is required, and seating is limited. Con-
tact Grace Manor Community Center & Restaurant at 386-330-
0144 for more information, or register on-site at the center: 406
Duval Street NE in Live Oak, Florida. A portion of all proceeds
will go to support Grace Manor's community programs.
April 14
Outdoor Benefit Gospel sing for Tim Hightower,.(to rebuild
home that was destroyed by a house fire.) Sponsored by Abun-
dant Life Harvest Church, Saturday, April 14, from 4-8 p.m. at
Wacissa Pentecostal Holiness Church Oval Track 152 Tram
Road, Wacissa. For more information, please call Pastor Chris
Peterson, 850-510-8074, or home, 850- 997-2607.
April'16 and 17.
AARP Driver Safety Program will be held at the Extension
Building from. 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. For more information, please call
Rich Olsen 850-584-2193 or 973-4138.
April 18
Tallahassee Little Theatre will hold a special benefit
evening of "The Full Monty" on April 18 as a fundraiser for Big
Bend Cares, the local HIV/AIDS Service Organization. Tickets
are $25 and include a reception prior to' the show at 7 p.m. Tick-
ets can be purchased by calling Melissa Walton, 656-2437 x225
or by email at ui\altron'SIbigbendcares.ort. All proceeds will
go towards care for community members living with HIV/AIDS
'and HIV prevention education services in our communities.,
April' 18
Madison County Health Department and the Madison Pub-
lic Library are pleased to announce a new and exciting free ser-
vice for all In Madison County!
The Madison County Health Educationl Club is a free edu-
cational service and support for people interested in preventing
or controlling: diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated choles-
terol levels, obesity, cancer, and other chronic health conditions.
"Lunch & Learn" meetings are offered the third Wednesday
of every month, from 12:15-12:45 the Madison Public Li-
br;ar' Conference,RQom, 1QOQ, College Dri\e. Madison. BYOL;
Attendees are welcome to bring their ow n lunch if they like...,
April 21
Gospel Sing at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, www.jelly- Saturday, April 21, at 7 p.m. the Community
Trio, from Tallahassee will be performing. Concessions will be
available. For more information please call 973-8269.
April 22
Cherry Lake First Baptist Church will. be celebrating Home-
coming, on April 22, at 11:30 a.m. Sunday School will start at
10:15 a.m. with Bro. Manning Hicks, preaching at 11:30 a.m.
Everlasting Arms will be bringing special music during the ser-
vice. Lunch will follow the morning service at 1 p.m. Every-
one is invited to celebrate this special day, plenty of food and
fellowship to be enjoyed by all.
April 24
SGMC Best Buddies Support Group
South Georgia Medical Center will host SGMC Best Bud-
dies, a local support group for breast cancer survivors, from 6-
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 24, in the Pearlman Comprehensive
Cancer Center Conference Room. Participation is free of charge.
All breast cancer survivors are encouraged to attend. For addi-
tional information, call Martha Griffis at (229) 259-4624.
April 25
The Lady of the Lake Quilters' Guild will hold its monthly
meeting on Wednesday, April 25, at 10 a.m. at the Southside
Recreation Center, 901 Saint Margaret Rd. Lake City. Hospital-
ity starts at 9:30 a.m. The program will feature the guild mem-
ber Lorraine Miller who will speak on "Quilting Myths" -
things that you have heard about quilting that is not true! Come
and join us for fun and fellowship. The Guild will meet in the
Live Oak Regional Library in May, June and July. For details:
contact President Marcia Kazmierski, 386-752-2461, mrck-

Tuesday, the Florida Senate, passed a bill changing the
charter of the town of Greenville, to provide for the election
of five town councilmen by groups, starting in 1958. The bill
also authorizes the Council, in the event of a vacancy, to elect
a member to serve until the next general election.
Miss Irene Williams and her section of the fourth grade
of Madison Elementary School, spent Tuesday picnicking at
the Stephen Foster Memorial, in White Springs. They trav-
eled by bus, with Miss Williams, and many other chaperones.
The Methodist Church is having new pews put in the
church, which they hope will be more comfortable than the
old ones, and that they will be filled each Sunday in the fu-
ture. Quite a bit of other work in the interior has been done,
making it more attractive.

April 14, 1967
Winn Dixie Store installed new produce bins in the store
last week, and also another full length shelving to take care
of jams, jellies, and other items. The bins are lower than those
formerly used and are more convenient for self-service.
The Middle Florida Baptist Association will hold a
Hymn Sing, Sunday afternoon, April 16, at 3 .p.m. at Mace-
donia Baptist Church.
Last Thursday, Miss Jean's Kindergarten went on an in-
teresting trip to the Junior Museum, in Tallahassee. They
went in buses, and were accompanied by Miss Jean, and a
number of parents.

April 8, 1977
Hobby pays for puzzle winner!
"That's one little hobby that paid off," ,said a Madison
resident after solving The Times Prize-word Puzzle and win-
ning 590. Ginny Burns is the third solo winner of the contest,
and her perfect card marked the sixth 'time the puzzle has
been solved since it began two-and-a-half years ago.
George Townsend, owner and operator of the Madison
stockyard, and a staunch supporter of the livestock show and
sale at Madison, has been named President of the North Flori-
da Livestock Association for 1977-78. Townsend is only the
fourth President to serve the Association.
Brownie Troop 273 of Lee, held their annual dinner for
Parent's Appreciation Month. The Brownies presented a pro-
gram of songs and: then joined their families for a buffet din-
ner that was enjoyed by everyone.

April 9, 1987
The Madison County Garden Club is having an annual
flower show, Thursday, April 23, from noon until 5 p.m. at
the Woman's Club Building. All Garden Club members will
be participating with arrangements and horticultural speci-
nmens. There is no cover charge or judging. The public is in-
vited to attend.
In celebration of National Library Week, April 5-11,
Madison Middle School Library is sponsoring a book fair un-
der the direction of Frances M. Sanders, Media Specialist.
The fair will begin April 8, and continue until school closes
April 16. Books will be available to suite everyone's taste.
The old U. S. 90 bridge at the Madison/Suwannee Coun-
ty line appears lower these ,days, when it's actually the
swirling Suwannee on the rise. The river has yet to reach the
heights it did last spring with water still within the banks at
the small roadside park.

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Friday, April 13, 2007

National Association Of Junior Auxiliaries

In the past year, the Junior
Auxiliary of Madison County
has contributed close to 1,000
volunteer hours and put more
than $2,500.00 back into the
community to make it a better
place to live.
Those hours are just part
of the total 269,042 hours giv-
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vice nationally by Junior Aux-
iliary Chapters that are mem-
bers of the Greenville, Missis-
sippi- based National Associa-
tion of Junior Auxiliaries, Inc.,
(NAJA) a nonprofit corpora- ,
tion with 102 chapters in 8
. states. Overall, Junior Auxil-
iary -chapters have a member-
ship of 14,220 women.
The national focus for .
2006-2008 is Healthy Chil-
dren~Healthy Futures. Mem- .
bers are encouraged to render
charitable services that relate
to this focus and are beneficial
to the general public, with par-
ticular emphasis on children,
and to cooperate with other or-
ganizations performing simi-
lar services.
Service projects for the
Junior Auxiliary of Madison
County include the KidWise
Safety Fair, mentoring in the
local schools, extended family
outreach, Holiday food bas-
kets, "Touch of Class" for.
adolescence girls, Christmas
at the Mansion, Dental Aware-
ness Day, and "Sooper Puppy"
character-builder lessons, to

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uals for their continued sup-
port of our Chapter. Through
U .. your generous contributions
and collaboration, the Auxil-
iary continues to prosper in
strength and number, allowing
S more opportunity for commu-
nity growth. The Junior Auxil-
iary of Madison is a non-prof-
it, 5013 organization. If you
would like more information,.
or desire to make a tax-de-
ductible contribution, please
contact President Julie Cherry
at (850) 973-6271.
2006-2007 Junior Auxiliary
of Madison County, Florida
Members are:
"_nTonja Davis, Founder
Julie Cherry, President
Annette Johnson,
Vice President/Projects Chair
Heather Beggs, Treasurer
Ill Kim Davis,
Deputy Treasurer/.
.Finance Chair
Ansley Rogers,
Elizabeth Waring,
Recording Secretary
Janis Bunting, Cooresponding
Secretary/Scrapbook Chair

Jessica Galbraith,
Public Realtions Chair
Brenda Nitschke,
Education Chair
Jennifer Copeland,
Amy Webb
Amy Kendrick
Cathy Rogers
Christina Downer
Danatta lott
Gina Rutherford
Janie Barnes
Janna Barrs
Jeanne Bass
Jemille Olive
Jennifer Browning
I Jodi Cooper
Kara Washington
Kim Rutherford
Kim Washington
Lisa Flournoy
Lisa Reeves
Liz Rotter
Margaret Wilkerson
Marguerite Page
Maria Greene
Melinda Smith
Paula Bass
Sarah Pike
Summer Jones

Sixties Musical iPevue!

Bellbottoms, Beads And The Beatles
NFCC student and community talent ping tacKthe 60s

area elementary) schools, just
to name a few.
For more information,
contact Junior Auxiliary of
Madison- Counts Cbapter
President Julie Cherry at (850)
973-6271 or Merrill Greenlee,
Executive Director of NAJA,
at 662-332-3000.

Junior Auxiliary of
Madison County
Celebrates JA Week
'The National Association
of Junior Auxiliaries has des-

ignated the first "eek in April
as "JA Week." This year, April
1-7 has been set aside as "JA
Week" when all 102 Chapters.
of Auxiliaries will partake in
various activiies. The Madi-
son Chapter is currently in its'
fifth year of membership and
has 36 active members con-
tributing nearly 1,000 volun-
teer hours collectively.
The Junior Auxiliary of
Madison County would like to
extend heartfelt appreciation
to area businesses and individ-

Peace! The cast of Yesterday: A Review of the 60s
ham it up for the camera. The show is 7 p.m., April 13 at
Van H. Priest Auditorium. (Photo Submitted)
North Florida Community College's music department and
community theater present Yesterday: A Review of the 60s, a mu-
sical reflection of a decade that produced some of the greatest
memories of our time. The show, featuring talents of NFCC stu-
dents and the community, is at 7 p.m., Friday, April 13 in Van H.
Priest Auditorium. Tickets are $5 and proceeds will support
scholarships for the performing arts.
Music and stories intertwine to capture the spirit of the 60s.
The result is an entertaining night for NFCC friends and fami-
lies. The NFCC Sentinel Singers and Jazz Ensemble, directed
by Dr. Rebecca Burkart, will perform 60s favorites "Yester-
day," "We've, Only Just Begun," "She Loves You," "I'm a Be-
liever," "Soul Man," and many more.
The Sentinel Upstage Players will provide dramatic and
comedic vignettes of the era, including the Vietnam years. Dr.
Jessica B. Webb, director, and, Denise Bell, stage manager,
penned the storyline.
Student performers in the Jazz Ensemble are: Charnettee
Jackson, Clint Riley, Esaias Edwards, Chris Brown, Tim Clark,
Bryant Thigpen, Lorenzo Hickman of Madison County and Matt
Grillo from Suwannee County,
Sentinel Singers students are Ginny Brantley, Chris Bruton,
Tonisha Miller, and Desmond Roberson of Madison; Anne
Karns and J.T. Davis of Taylor County.
Students in the Sentinel Upstage Players are Sanam Akbar,
Jessica Nixon, and T.J. Rutherford of Madison.
Community guests are Janis Courson of Monticello, Madi-
son's Tom Phillips, Judie Baldwin, Jonathan Grosskopf, Bob
and Melanie Wieland; Summer Baldwin of Valdosta, Ga., and
Link and Melody Claverie of Taylor County. NFCC participants
are Debbie Bass, Ed Bagley, John Grosskopf, and Rose Nixon.
For ticket information, call Denise Bell at 850-973-9481 or

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Friday, April 13, 2007


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A

Cheltsie Kinsley
Donates To
Locks Of Love

By Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cheltsie Kirisley, the 14-year-old daughter of Paul and Emer-
ald Kinsley, donated 13 inches to the Locks of Love Foundation.
Cheltsie is in the eighth grade at the Madison Academy,
where she plays basketball, softball, and is involved with the Beta
Club. She is also the reigning Teen Miss Madison County. Next
year, Cheltsie will be attending Aucilla Christian Academy for her
high school education.
After finishing high school, Cheltsie plans to attend Florida
State University to receive her degree, which she will use to one
day run Greene Publishing, Inc.
"I donated to the Locks of Love because I saw all the com-
mercials and I saw all the kids with no hair. It was really sad," said
Cheltsie. Cheltsie grew her hair out for eight months before de-
ciding it was long enough to donate..
In her spare time, Cheltsie enjoys hunting, riding 4-wheelers,
swimming, and going tubing and knee boarding at Cherry Lake
beach in the summer. Cheltsie is also involved with the Mt. Olive
youth group and has danced at Becky's Dance Step Studios for 11
The Locks Of Love

, B\ Ashley Bell
IGreene Piblishitng. Inc." ', .. / ,
Locks of Loe \\as first associated with a for-profit wig re-
tailer until December 1997, when the organization received its
501 (c)(3) certification from the International Revenue Service
The initiative to be independent from the for-profit retailer
was lead by Madonna Coffman. Madonna, in her 20's, developed
Alopecia Areata, an autoimmune skin disease that results in the
loss of hair. Madonna recovered after receiving medications. 15
years later, Madonna's daughter, age 4, developed Alopecia.
Madonna then dedicated her time to the Locks of Love foundation
as, a full-time volunteer.
In the first year of establishment the Locks of Love received
21. Now they receive over 2,000 donations a year.
Only three percent of the children served by Locks of Love
suffer from permanent or long-term hair loss as a result of cancer.
90 percent of the children applicants suffer from Alopecia Areata.
Other disorders include, but are not limited to, Trichotillomania,
ectodermal dysplasia.syndromes, injuries such as bums, trauma to
the scalp, or pressure sores, loose hair syndrome, or monilethrix.
Trichotillomania is a disorder of compulsive hair pulling.
Eight million people in the U.S. suffer from this disorder. Those
suffering from Trichotillomania are usually between the age of 12
and 13. If Trichotillomania is continued, it can cause permanent
damage to the hair follicles, which will result in permanent hair
Ectodermal dysplasia syndromes are a group of disorders in
which there is absence or deficient function of at least two feature
of the ectoderm (hair, eyes, teeth, pigment cells, glands, nails).
Identified are approximately 150 different ectodermal dysplasias.
The non-inflammatory, non-scarring form of hair loss is
called loose hair syndrome, otherwise known as loose anagen syn-
drome or loose anagen hair. Those who have loose hair syndrome
have hair that is loose and easily pulled from the follicle, which
results in a patchy look. Currently, there are no known treatments.
Injuries' from bums, trauma to the scalp, or pressure sores can
cause complete permanent hair loss or permanent hair loss in
patches. Theses injuries destroy the skin and hair follicles. Skin
can be reproduced, but the hair follicles are permanently damaged
and cannot be grown back.
Those who suffer from Monilethrix have diffuse hair loss.
The hair appears to be beads and because of the "hair beading,"
hair fibers are weakened. The condition often appears in children
and can be genetically inherited. The condition can also improve
without treatments.
If considering donating to the Locks of Love foundation, a
few additional things need to be known:
Minimum 10" (preferably) hair length. No wigs, falls, or syn-
thetic hair will be accepted.
Hair needs to be bundled in a ponytail or braid.
Hair should be clean, dry, placed in a plastic bag, then padded
Hair that is colored or permed will be accepted, but not
bleached or chemically damaged hair.
Hair gathered off the floor is not acceptable.
Curly hair needs to. be pulled straight to measure the mini-
mum 10".
Layered hair should be divided into multiple pony tails for
donation, the shortest layer should measure at least 10"
Any stylist may cut the hair, as long as the guidelines above
are followed.
Mail donations to: Locks of Love, 2925 10th Avenue N.,
Suite 102, Lake Worth, FL 33461

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8A TheMadisonEnterprise-Recorder MAISON OUNTY RELAY FOR IFE Friday, April13,2007


By Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There was a Relay For Life meeting held on
March 27. One of the issues discussed in the
meeting was the need for more survivors to regis-
ter and send pictures. Last year there were ap-
proximately 120 registered survivors %with Madi-
son County; this year only 50 have registered.
Contact George Webb for more details.

The next and final meeting will be held April
24 at 6 p.m. at Madison First Baptist. This meet-
ing will also be the bank night, or if preferred,
team captains can bank as donations are received.
Corporate sponsors of the Relay For Life
event are Madison County Community Bank,
Madison County Health Department. Studstill
Lumber Company. Madison Country Club,
Progress Energy. Beggs Funeral Home, and

Companies and independent parties who do-
nated items for the Silent Auction are: O'Reilly's;
200-piece tool set, Advanced Auto; miscellaneous
car items, Ben's Towing; Bow & Arrow, Plug-in
cooler, and three oil changes, Lemongrass Day
Spa (Michelle Lamb): three Spa packages. North
Flonda Farm and Home Center: 3-n-I LED
Flashlight. KennN Hall: rocking chair. Da\is Bar-

clay; Jaguar Tickets, Donna Sullivan; Jewelry.
The Silent auction will be held the night of the
event. The specific time has yet to be announced.
In addition, there is a reminder for the night
of the Relay For Life event: No pets, no alcohol,
and no tobacco products of any kind will be per-
mitted. Also, all children must be supervised at all


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4-H Relay For Life

Yard Sale/Car Wash
Article submitted by the 4-H Relay For Life Team
Relay For Life is a big event in Madison County. We have all had someone, who is near and
dear to our hearts, suffer with this disease. So instead of sitting in our misery, we want to do some-
thing to help. We have already had a yard sale, which raised $175 dollars. We are planning a sec-,
ond yard sale with a car wash to further benefit our Relay For Life efforts. The Yard Sale/Car
Wash will be April 14 at the Farmer's Co-op. We need ALL 4-Hers to come and help!
We have received donation items from several people, which we are so grateful. Thank you
for your support.
If you have not yet donated, come and support us one the 14th and get your car washed or by
some treasures. You know "one man's trash is another man's treasure."
The Relay For Life event will be held at Madison County High School on May 4 through May
5. All 4-Her's are expected to come with your "walking" shoes on.
We have made this an entire 4-H community service project because it affects all of us. So
come and join us. We are going to have a great time.

A merrcan Cancer

By Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Smoking is responsible
for one in five deaths in the
United States, according to the
American Cancer Society.
Smoking damages almost
every organ in the human
body, can cause at least 10 dif-
ferent cancers, and is responsi-
ble for 30% of all cancer
deaths. Still, one in five Amer-
icans smoke.
Approximately 45 million.
U.S. adults were smokers in
2004 (Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention). Bro-
ken down by ethnicity are
Cranainans. 22.2 percent:


College Scholarship Program

One of the most difficult challenges a young person may
have to face in life is that of cancer. If this is you, as you triumph
over this challenge, you begin to look at the future. You have
dreams and goals. You want your life to count
When you have your high school diploma, a college or tech-
nical education is the next step. But can you afford it?
Thanks to the American Cancer Society's College Scholar-
ship, the answer to this question may be yes.
Through a generous private donation, the Florida Division
in 1992 created the nation's first scholarship program for young
people with a history of cancer, By relieving the financial bur-
den of a college education, the program gives young cancer sur-
vivors hope for the future and a chance to reach their full poten-
Through the generosity of donors and the dedication of a
volunteer group of educators, business leaders, and medical ex-
perts, more and more young cancer survivors each year are
building bright futures- in education, sports, health care, busi-
ness, law, theater, computer science, and a host of other fields.
The College Scholarship Program is not only solving a prac-
tical problem, it is creating a new generation of cancer survivors
who will make their mark in the world. The program's long-term
goal is to build the initial endowment so that all eligible appli-
cants can receive scholarships.
The program is open to all Florida residents who are United
States citizens and received a diagnosis of cancer before age 21.
Applicants must be under 21 when they apply and must at-
tend an accredited school in Florida.
Selection criteria include financial need, academic poten-
tial, community service, and leadership.
Completed applications are due in April.
Awards are announced in June.
Scholarships are for a maximum of 130 semester credit
Tuition awards are paid directly to the college or universi-
ty and the student receives a small allowance for textbooks.
Since resources may be limited, not all applicants receive
scholarships; priority is given to previous recipients for scholar-
ship renewals.

African Americans, 20.2 per-
cent; Hispanics 15.0 percent;
American Indians/Alaska Na-
tives, 33.4 percent; and Asian
Americans, 11.3 percent.
Cigarette. smoking kills
more Americans than alcohol,
suicide, homicide, car crashes,
AIDS, and illegal drugs com-
bined, according to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society.
Illnesses related to ciga-
rette smoking include, but are
not restricted to, cancers of the
larynx (voice box), pharynx
(throat), bladder, esophagus,
oral cavity, and lung. Other
health problems are heart dis-
ease, bronchitis, stroke, em-
physema, aneurysms, and
,worsens the severity ,of,pneu-
monia and asthma. Smoking
has also been linked to gum
disease, cataracts, bone thin-
ning, hip fractures, and peptic
Tobacco use also damages
women's reproductive health.
It has been linked to reduced
fertility, higher risk of miscar-
riage, sudden infant death
(SIDS), stillbirth, low birth
weight, and prematurity (early
Four thousand specific
chemicals have been detected
in tobacco and tobacco smoke
from cigarettes, cigars, and
spit and pipe tobacco. 60 of
those chemicals are known
carcinogens (cancer-causing


A naturally occurring
drug in tobacco, nicotine is as
addictive as heroin or cocaine.
When inhaled through smoke,
nicotine reaches the brain
faster than drugs that enter the
body through the vein. The ad-
diction to nicotine is both
physical and psychological.
The body goes in to extreme,
physically manifested with-
drawals such as headaches or.
fatigue, but typically the psy-
chological withdrawal from
nicotine is much more pro-
found. A person feels that
they need the nicotine, a reac-
tion that is entirely psychoso-
Other withdrawal symp-
toms include dizziness, irri-'
tability, anxiety, depression,
increased appetite, sleep de-
privation, and trouble concen-
trating. Withdrawal symptoms
last from two to three days to a
few weeks.
Quitting smoking can en-
hance your appearance and
over-all life. Premature wrin-
kling of the skin, bad breath,
stained teeth, gum disease,
and yellow fingernails are all
ceased. Food begins to taste
better, sense of smell en-
hances, and breathlessness is
To find a help Quitline(r)
phone counseling service in
the area call the American
Cancer society at 1-800-ACS-
2345 or 1-800-227-2345.



B\ Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Lori Newman: Event Chair and Advocacy Chair
Willie Gamalero: Team Delivement Chair
Melissa Gamalero: Team Recruitment Chair
Barbara Fox: Team Retention
Sonya Morris: Mission Education Chair and Logistics

Shawn West: Co-Chair Mission Education
Nancy Curl: Survivorship Chair
Marsha Webb: Registration/accounting Chair
George Webb: Co-Chair Registration/accounting
Ashley Bell: Markeung and Publication Chair
Christina Dowrner: Lurmrnana Chair
Jessica Webb: Entertainment Chair
Lisa Greene and Heather Bowen: Auction Chairs
Tonva Law (American Cancer Society):
Staff Commuruty Partner

Steps To Becoming A Relay For Life Team
By Ashley Bell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Contact Lori Newman (Event and Advocacy Chairwoman) to
register. Work Number: (850) 973-5037, ext. 135.
Teams can have up to 15 members. If a team has more than 15
members a second team will be needed.
When registering, set up a campsite for the night of the event.
Campsites are not mandatory, but it adds to the fun of the
Team registration has no deadline, but teams should remember
that time will be needed to meet their goal to raise $1,000.
Guidelines for campsite:
No alcohol No tobacco products
No pets No generators

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Friday, April 13, 2007


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A

By Nell Dobbs
"The angels of the Lord"
Appeared on a hillside to announce the news of Jesus birth...
Appeared at the empty tomb to announce the news of His
Appeared after His ascension into heaven to announce the
news of his return! Amen.
And we will forever give thanks for these truths!
Dad's Preacher Deborah Kohler, of Woodside Church, in
Flint, Michigan, wrote an Easter Message:
"The beliefs that God does not waste anything," and, that
suffering can be redeemed by grace, have sustained me through
many hard times. The model I see in Jesus reassures me that I
will never be put through trials,any more vicious than those the
fully human and the fully divine Master has endured. I stand on
the belief that every little death, and every inner dying to self, is
followed by new life, by resurrection. Amen.
"To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord"
is a great comfort.

Gazlay Wins Tickets To Wild

There have been so many deaths among us and that we pray
for those left behind.
What a beautiful upbeat service for Marilyn Washington!
She was such a joy to all who knew her. The same was said about
Margaret Morris. Preacher Heard called her "Saint Margaret."
She was such a remarkable person with great faith. Even down
to age 94, she never lost her testimony. The way she lived and
loved, and her memory, she was always quoting scripture, po-
ems, and saying no matter how long, our prayers are to live so
that when we leave this earth, we leave it for a better place -
Life without end in Heaven.
We give thanks for healing so many: Todd Hendry, who was
able to be at work; Tom Fico, who has improved so much after a
serious illness; and for Doris Raines who is in the Madison Hos-
Love to all who read "Happenings" and tell me so!
And now we ask God's continued blessings upon us one and
all as He fills us with joy and desire to take about Him and praise
Him. Amen.


Gary Gazlay, left,
accepts tickets to
Wild Adventures
from Cheltsie Kins-
ley, right, of Greene
Publishing, Inc.
Kristina Ferrell
wrote an essay on
Gazlay being her fa-
vorite school teacher
and won tickets to
the South Georgia
theme park for both
she and her favorite
teacher. Gazlay is the
t band director at Mad-
ison County Central
School. Congratula-
ions. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by
Jacob Bembry,
March 23, 2007)

Happenings At

Madison First Baptist

Look Who's New


Michelle and Angel Hernandez would .
like to announce the birth of their daughter,
Serinity Michelle Hernandez.
SSerinity was born on February 21, 4
2007, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. -'
She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces, and was
20 inches long.
Serinity is joined by three sisters,
Cearra, Mya and Alayna; and three broth-
ers, Trevor, Cody and Alex.
S All would like to welcome her to the

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1 OA The Madison Enterprise-Recorder SO L RELATED PERSONNEL

Friday, April 13, 2007

Cindy Thomas Chosen District SRP Of The Year

For'Second Consecutive Year

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
For the second year in a row, Cindy Thomas, of Lee Ele-
mentary School, has been named the Madison County School
District's School Related Personnel of the Year. Thomas re-
ceived the award during a luncheon at Divine Events, located
off Highway 145 north of Madison.
Last year, Thomas had won the award while she was the
school nurse at Lee. This year, Thomas won as the school's sec-
Thomas replaced Amanda Coe, who transferred to Madison
high school, as the secretary. Coe had replaced the late Charlotte
Johnson, aunt of Thomas, after Johnson retired.
Thomas' job duties include answering phones, greeting
people, doing payroll, purchase orders, maintaining records in
files and on computers, making copies, covering for the nurse
when she is not available, and assisting in other ways on an as-
needed basis.
Thomas has been employed by the Madison County School
District for 19 years and has worked at Lee Elementary full-time
for the past four years.
Teresa Jennings, of Madison County Excel Alternative
School, was chosen as school's SRP of the Year.
Jennings' duties as a paraprofessional include assisting stu-
dents in the computer lab, assisting the guidance counselor, and
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assisting in the office and classroom as needed.
Jennings has worked for the school district for ten years and
at the Excel School for two years.
Cindy Coody was chosen as the Transportation Department
SRP of the Year.
Coody's duties as Transportation Secretary include dis-
patching bus trips, payroll for the bus shop, answering the
phone, solving any problems that arise, and doing all phases of
paperwork and filing.
Coody has worked for the school district and at the Trans-
portation Department for two years.
Pamela Pickren was chosen Madison County Central
School's SRP of the Year.
Pickren's duties as paraprofessional include assisting the
teacher in preparing materials and equipment for instructional ac-
tivities, including distributing and grouping material for activities
pre-planned by the teacher; assisting with morning and afternoon
bus duty; and also assisting with lunch duty.
Pickren has worked at the Central School for six years.
Katina Young was chosen Greenville Elementary School's
SRP of the Year.
Young has worked as a food service technician at Greenville
and for district for two-and-a-half years.
Young's duties include cooking, cleaning, checking students in
on the computer, and assisting students when needed.

The Faculty, Staff,
Students & Parents of
Madison County Central
School Congratulate
Pamela Pickren
For Being Our
SRP of The Year!

Jessica Johnson was chosen Pinetta Elementary School's SRP
of the Year.
Johnson's duties as Pre-K paraprofessional include assisting
the Pre-K teacher with daily activities and guiding the children
through their growth and educational experiences.
Johnson has worked at Pinetta Elementary and for the school
district for two years.
Evelyn Chancy was chosen Madison County High School's
SRP of the Year.
As secretary to the principal, Chancy's duties include prepar-
ing and compiling payroll reports, preparing and typing correspon-
dence, filing, maintaining student insurance and Workers Comp.,
keeping the principal informed of important dates and any prob-
lems, preparing baccalaureate awards and helping with graduation.
Chancy has been employed by the school district for 39 years
and at the high school for 2.7 years.
Jennifer Williams was chosen the School District Office's SRP
of the Year.
As personnel specialist, Williams' duties include maintaining
personnel records for all employees, advertising position vacancies
and processing applications, being the district partner to the De-
partment of Education for certification of teachers, and supporting
the school district and its goals and priorities.
Williams has been a school district employee for 12 years and
an employee at the county office for three years.

Evelyn Chancy, left, receives her plaque as the high
school's SRP of the Year from Principal Ben
Killingsworth, right. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ja-
cob Bembry, April 3, 2007)

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Katina Young, left, receives her SRP of the Year award
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Jessica Johnson, left, receives the SRP of the Year
award from Beth Moore, right, principal at Pinetta Ele-
mentary School. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob
Bembry, April 3, 2007)

Cindy Thomas, left, receives the 2007 Madison Dis-
trict School Board's SRP of the Year from Superintendent
Lou Miller. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bem-
bry, April 3, 2007)

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Teresa Jennings, left, receives her SRP of the Year
award for Madison County Excel Alternative School from
Principal Maceo Howell, right. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry, April 3, 2007)

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Jennifer Williams. left, receives her SRP of the Year Cindy Coody, left, receives her plaque as the Trans-
award for the Madison County School Board office from portation Department's SRP of the Year, from her super-
her supervisor, Terri Garrett. right. (Photo submitted) visor, Ivan Johnson. right. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
by Jacob Bembry, April 3. 2007)

Cindy Thomas, Lee Elementary's SRP of the Year, left,
receives her plaque from Larry Alderman, right, principal
at the school. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob
Bembry, April 3, 2007)


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Friday, April 13, 2007

' Grandson Of Lee Man Having

.w z Good Season Pitching

The .y By Jacob Bembry
Hanna Greene Publishing, Inc.
.t Ryan Leutner, grandson
of Bobby Bembry of Lee,
improved his season record
to 4-2 as his Wakulla War
SEagles' team beat Bishop
S.- Kenny of Jacksonville 6-5
on Monday, April 9.
Leutner pitched six in- ,
S nings of the seven-inning *
game, striking out three bat-
Sters out of 29 faced.
Leutner has 26 strike-
outs on the season. He has a Ryan Leutner
S2.8 earned run average. ,
-.. ...-He had to miss several games as pitcher scouts with the
S... due to a shoulder injury from an errant throw Tallahassee.
The Lady Warriors are ranked number six in the state in Class 1A. Pictured kneel-
ing, left to.right: Mikayla Roccanti, Page Thurman, Chelsey Kinsey, Brittany Hobbs,ncos
Hannah Sorenson,Bethany Saudners, Nicole Mathis and Shaye Eason. Standing, left to Broncos
right: Katelyn Levine, Miranda Wider, Lisa Bailey, Erin Kelley, Lindsay Day, Mallory
Plaines, Savanna Williams, Olivia Sorenson, and Joanna Cobb. (Photo submitted) Down

Lady Warriors Heading LakeCity

To District Tournament Richardson

by a teammate.
Leutner also plays short-
stop, catcher and third base
on the team. He also has a
.328 on-base percentage,
six RBIs and a stolen base
for the year.
Ryan is the son of Greg
and Debbie Leutner of Sop-
choppy. He is also the
grandson of Dot Leutner of
Blue Springs.
During the off-season,
Leutner plays travel ball
and goes to college show-
cases to play in front of
Florida Legends team from

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
" ,The, Aucilla Christian Academy Lady
Warriors are ranked number six in the state in
Class lA and will play in the District Tourna-
ment in Quincy beginning Tuesday, April 17.
The Lady Warriors' first game will be
against John Paul II, who the beat earlier by a
score of 29-9.
In the Lady Warriors' last game, they beat
Branford High School 25-2.

Lady Broncol

On A Posi
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc. .
"We're very proud of them," Coach Clayte
McWilliams said of his Madison County Cen-
tral School Lady Broncos softball team, echo-
ing not only his sentiments, but also those of
the school and of the community. "They played
every game as hard as they could."
The Lady Broncos *ended their season
with a 6-6-1
records they
pounded Lake
City Richard-
I son 19-5 in a
I game played


Other games played in the last two weeks
include a .6-5 loss to Mayo, a 10-6 victory
over Liberty County, a 15-10 victory over
Liberty County and a 13-4 victory over
The Lady Warriors are led in hitting by
Brittany Hobbs, who is looking to sign a
scholarship to play for North Florida Com-
munity College.
Bethany Saunders and Mallory Plaines
also have hot bats for the Lady Warriors.

; End Season

live Note
in.Lake City last week.
"I could see the progression of the girls
throughout the season in hitting and defensive
ability," McWilliams said. "It was a good, ex-
citing first year for me as head coach and I ap-
preciate it; The girls gave 100 percent."
This year's .team included: Brooke
Williams, Rachael McLellan, Kelia Brown,
Tiffany Richardson, Courtney Williams,
Shameka Ghent, Savannah Richards, Tamela
Brinson, Brianna Davis, Ashley Killingsworth,
Connor Ginn, Jordan Hughes, and Morgan
Tonya Briggs and Steven Williams assisted
McW\illiams \with coaching this season.

'By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Cen-
tral School Broncos improved
their record to 5-9 with a
13-0 thrashing of Lake City
Richardson on Tuesday, April
The Broncos goteight hits
and committed one error in the
Richardson got one hit and
committed three errors in the
The Broncos really im-
proved after getting off to a
bumpy start in the first part of
the season.
'Shaun Robinso.n is the
Broncos' head coach.

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To Hold Trouts April 14
NFCC's head basketball coach Clyde Alexander announced
tryouts for the 2007/2008 Men's Basketball Academy are Satur-
day, April 14,9 a.m. until noon at the Colin P. Kelly Gym on the
NFCC campus in Madisoti, Fla.
Jacksonvi| lleThe Basketball Academy offers skills training and academ-
munIcipal jtiu ic support to improve the success rate of students. Students
!* A SAU must sign a contract affirming a-commitment to the Academy
academic and athletic goals. Scholarship and/or financial aid op-
Si portunities are available for qualified candidates. To be consid-
ered, candidates must have a high school or GED diploma. High
20 21 2 school seniors up to ages 22 are eligible.
For tryouts, candidates should come dressed to play in reg-
O d [ r ular game wear.
1Halj-.^ 1 Those interested in learning more about the NFCC Men's
Amer*ican MiFadeo Basketball Academy should contact Coach Clyde Alexander
Powerd HotR s (850/973-1609) or email


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The Aucilla Christian Academy Warriors' baseball team
wrapped up a number two seed in District 3-1A as their bats
warmed up a chilly Monday and they beat FAMU High 15-9.
The Warriors avenged a loss earlier this season to the Rat-
tlers and improved their overall record to 10-9 and their district
record to 7-3.
The game was close through the first few innings as the
Warriors led 5-4 at the end of three. In the fourth, the Warriors
began to pull away from the Baby Rattlers.
Dustin Roberts got the win for the Warriors, improving his
record to 4-3. Roberts had seven strikeouts.
Matt Bishop went two for three with two RBIs, a triple, and
four runs.
Josh Carswell went two for four with four runs, three RBIs,
and a triple.


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"'.-- .. -. - Josh Wood, for the Madison Academy Panthers,
Jared Ragans, right, swings at the ball for the Corinth ih leans back at the plate as he waits for the pitch. Austin
Warriors, as Josh Williams, center, catches for the Madi- .Leslein catches for the Warriors, as Donnie Bailey Umps
son Academy Panthers. Donnie Bailey, left, handles the 'the game. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Cheltsie
umpiring duties. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Chelt- Kinsley, April 10, 2007)
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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Corinth Christian

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Josh Williams, left, prepares to catch the ball for the
Madison Academy Panthers, as Andrea Abbott, right,
prepares to bat for the Corinth Warriors. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Cheltsie Kinsley, April 10, 2007)

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Jared Ragans, of Madi-
son County, hurls the ball
for the Corinth Warriors.
(Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Cheltsie Kinsley,
April 10, 2007)

Academy Warriors baseball
team played their first game
against the Madison Academy
Panthers on Thursday, April 5.
The Panthers beat the Warriors
Corinth did not have
enough players to round out
the team, so they put two girls
on the roster for the game.
Players for Corinth in-
cluded: Jared Ragans, Nate
Bray, Andrea Abbott, Sharon
Bontrager, Jordan Fenneman,
A.J. Walker, Tyler Donaldson,
Austin Leslein, Blaise Mend-
heim, Matt Rye and Michael
Gary Abbott and Tom
Parks coach the Warriors.
Panthers' players includ-
ed: Forrest Kauffman; Daryl
Frith, Aaron Brown, Jake Lat-
ner, Caleb Wyche, Garrett
Holman, D.W. Jarvis,. Adam
Odiorne. Corey Borgert. Josh
Wood and Josh Wilhams.
It %was the final game of
the season for the Panthers.

Corey Borgert, right, stands at the plate and awaits
the pitch, for the Panthers. Austin Leslein catches for the
Warriors. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Cheltsie
Kinsley, April 10, 2007)

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right, gets ready to pitch
for the Panthers. The Pan-
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Corinth Christian Academy
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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Bill Ragans, former
Madison .County High School
assistant football coach and
safety for the Florida State
Seminoles, has been hired as
the head coach at Leon High
Ragans was defensive co-
ordinator under Coach Randy
McPherson for the years
1994-96. He played high
school football for Suwannee
High before signing with
Ragans signed as a free
agent with the Seattle Sea-
hawks in 1991. He also played
in three pre-season games be-
fore being released following
an injury. He played one full
season in the World League of
American Football with the
Frankfurt Galaxy in the spring
of 1992 before injuries ended
his playing career.
Ragans had worked as a
defensive backs coach for the
Leon Lions from 2001-2004
and as the defensive coordina-
tor at Colquitt County, Ga. .
Ragans said that he is op-
timistic about Leon's chances
to improve on last season's 2-
8 record.
"We have a lot of really
good players returning. Once
they get confidence, we'll be'
able to build off of last year's
season," he said. "We have a
lot of kids with experience."
Ragans said that the Lions
have a really good quarter-
back and other skills players

returning but they will have to
develop the team's linemen.
When asked about play-
ing against Madison, Ragans
chuckled and said that would
be great, but the Lions would
like to be able to get on their
feet first.
"(The Cowboys) are quite
a challenge," he said.
"They've been competitive
with every school in the area,
regardless of their classifica-
tion for the past few years.
They're well-coached and
they play hard."
Ragans also said that for-
mer Leon High Head Coach
Jim Sauls, who is the team's
offensive coordinator, would
help a lot.
"He's in the Florida
Coaches Hall. of Fame," Ra-
gans noted. "He will be a
tremendous asset to me."
Ragans is the son of
Madison native W.C. Ragans
and the late Carolyn Edwards
Ragans. He has a wife,
Stephanie and two children,
Tripp, 4, and Bailey Kaye, 3.
"My family is the main
reason I wanted to return to
Tallahassee and coach," he
said. "I loved my job at
Colquitt, but Tallahassee is
our home. My wife needed
to be near an airport for her
job and I wanted to be at
home before my children
were already in their paja-
Ragans is looking for-
ward to his career as the Li-
ons' head coach.

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Friday, April 13, 2007

Be Careful Of Alligators

This Time Of Year

Spring is when Florida's alligators start
getting active, and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is
urging Floridians and visitors to be cautious
when having fun in and around water.
Alligators abound in all 67 counties and
have shared marshes, swamps, rivers and
lakes with people for centuries. But because
more individuals are seeking waterfront prop-
erty and water-related activities increase dur-
ing the warm months, people should be alert
when they are in areas where alligators could
be present.
Closely supervise children when they are
playing in or around water. State law pro-
hibits contact with alligators, and it is against
the law to feed them.
There are other precautionary measures peo-
ple should take to .reduce potential conflicts.
with alligators, and they are available in the

"Living with Alligators" brochure at
The FWC annually receives more than
18,000 alligator-related complaints. The
agency removes more than 7,000 alligators
each year when the reptiles present danger to
people or property.
If you encounter an alligator that poses a
threat to you, your pets or your property, and
the alligator is more than 4 feet long, call the
FWCs toll-free. Nuisance Alligator Hotline at
1-866-FWC-GATOR (392-4286). The tele-
phone number is the primary contact for all al-
ligator complaints and is available to cus-
tomers 24 hours a day.
Alligators are an important part of Flori-
da's heritage and play a valuable role in the
ecosystems where they live.
Visit for more infor-
mation on alligator behavior.

Saddles And Spurs Club

.Holds Horsemanship Clinic
By: Cody Jesse
On February 3, Mrs. Colleen Agner held this month's.4-H Horsemanship Clinic for the Madi-
son County Saddles and Spurs. Mrs. Colleen helped us with getting our horses ready for the local
4-H horse shows. Mrs. Colleen also helped us with any problems we were having with our. hors-
es. We all had a good time and learned a lot.


" . .."'-

The Saddles and Spurs 4-H Club enjoyed the recent clinic held in February. Pic-
tured left to right are: Colleen Lawson; Colleen Agner, Instructor; Randi Lyn Floyd;
Kailee Morris; and Cody Jesse. Not pictured is Christie Riley. (Photo Submittted)

Biologists Need Help From Public

Collecting Tarpon Genetic Information

Biologists at the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission's. Fish and
Wildlife Research Institute
(FWRI) and Mote Marine
Laboratory need help from'
Florida anglers in collecting
genetic information from tar-.
The tarpon genetic recap-
ture study gives anglers the
opportunity to make a direct

impact on state-of-t
search. Anglers state
collect a DNA sam]
moving a few skin
the outside of a tarp
bone using an abra
provided in a free
kit. The tarpon cai
Researchers ca
DNA samples that
each tarpon's uniqu

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asive pad the fish. Scientists also use
sampling this information to determine
n be any survival, health, migration and
movement of tarpon in state
talog the waters.
identify The new tarpon DNA
te genetic sampling kits are easy to use,
especially because the fish can
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Participants can obtain a free.
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Call toll-free 1-800-367-
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FWC [Arge5 Boater5 To

Take 5afety 5erouA5

The numbers are sobering 18 boating Division of Law Enforcement, said
accident fatalities in Florida so far this year. ficers will be on the water through
From Pensacola to the Keys, boaters are on da during the boating season.
track to have one of the deadliest boating "FWC officers will be patrol
years in the past 15 years. watching for unsafe vessel opera
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser- they will be enforcing boating safe
vation Commission (FWC) said today there she said. "We'll do our part to rev
is somebody who can reverse the trend as accident trend, but the real solution
we begin the busiest boating days of the boaters."
year. "Remember," Moore said, "on
"If you want to talk to that person, all cision can ruin a great day on the
you have to. do is find a mirror," said FWC "We have to find a way to
Capt. Richard Moore. "The FWC is urging more boaters that basic boating sa
boaters to take boating safety seriously and critical part of being on the water
focus on two critical messages: Pay atten- said. "Eighteen people have died i
tion to your surroundings; and wear your accidents so far this year, and that
life jacket." many."
Moore said most boating accidents are Moore said people wear bike
preventable if boaters pay close attention to and they wear seat belts. Life jaci
their surroundings and stay alert, and most just as much sense, because they
drowning fatalities are preventable if people so much difference.
wear their life jackets. "They should wear their life ja
"We have to find a way to convince practice safe boating," he said, "M
more boaters that basic boating safety is a can be saved simply if boaters r
critical part of being on the water," Moore habit always to wear life jackets
said. "Eighteen people have died in boating easier than ever these days since
accidents so far this year, and that is 18 too duction of inflatable life jackets."
many." Accidents occur primarily on si
Moore said people wear bike helmets, and involve a single vessel. The
and they wear seat belts. Life jackets make cause of accidents is driver inatteI
just as much sense, because they can make according to FWC boating accident
so much difference. Col. Julie Jones, director of th
"They should wear their life jackets and, Division of Law Enforcement, said
practice safe boating," he said. "Many lives ficers will be on the water through
can be saved simply if boaters made it a da during the boating season.
habit always to wear life jackets, and it's "FWC officers patro
easier than ever these days .since the intro- watching for unsafe vessel opera
duction of inflatable life jackets.". they will be enforcing boating safe
Accidents occur primarily on small craft she said. "We'll do our part to, re
and involve a single vessel. The primary accident trend, but the real solution
cause of accidents is driver inattentiveness, boaters."
according to FWC boating accident reports. "Remember," Moore said, "on
Col. Julie Jones, director of the FWC's cision can ruin a great day on the '

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DEP' State Parks Celebrate Earth Day
In e oo e 3 . . -..
In recognition of the 38th Earth Day, th~ Department ofEnvironmental Protectlorr"'iEP) Di-
vision of Recreation and Parks is encouraging Floridians to.-join celebrations at Florida's state
parks highlighting. conservation and environmental protection. Earth Day, April 22, is part of a
month long effort to promote environmental stewardship and awareness.
"Celebrating Earth Day at one of the state's award-winning parks exposes individuals to envi-
ronmental education through resource-based recreation," said Florida State Park Director Mike
Bullock. 'With 160 parks statewide, we encourage all Floridians to become environmental stew-
ards while enjoying our state's natural beauty.".
Earth Day events Northeast Florida include:
"Crystal River State Park: April 21, 2007, 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.
CRYSTAL RIVER Crystal River State Park along with the Citrus County Audubon Society,
will host the first Great Florida Birding Trail Earth Day Bird-A-Thon. The event covers 20 birding
trails throughout the county. Walks will take place at the archaeological and preserve state park.
Homi. issa Springs Wildlife State Park: April 21, 2007, 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.
HOMOSASSA Homposassa Springs Wildlife State Park along with the Citrus County
Audubon Society will host the first Great Florida Birding Trail Earth Day Bird-a-thon. The event
covers 20 birding trails throughout the county..,Participants will walk along Homosassa's Pepper
Creek Trail. There is no charge to participate in the bird walks on Pepper Creek Trail. Regular park
admission will apply for entrance into the wildlife park.
For information about Florida State Parks, visit

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DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry
table, 2 arm & 4 side chairs, lighted
china cabinet. Brand new in boxes,
can deliver. Must move, $799. 850-
set bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2
nightstands. $4,000 value, must sell
$1,500. 850-7112
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $795. (delivery
available). (850) 425-8374
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed -
BRAND NEW in box, $275. (850)

Inside & Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops Summer Hours: Sat-Sufi 10-4 Antiques

Yard sale We us! Collectibles
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Furniture
Hwy. 19 S. 850-838-1422* 850-584-7124 Mon-Th

Bulls for Sale
(2) '06 bull calves. Good breed-
ing stock. Raised to be very gen-
tle and easily loaded. Will halter
break for you if desired. $550

Green Pond Water
got you Blue?
See us for fish-safe, pet-safe solu-
tions to algae control!
Madison FL 850-973-3488

Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
.and Disabled. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
HUD vouchers accepted Call 850-
973-3786 TTY Acs 711 "This in-
stitution is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
Lake House
Accepting applications now.
2 bed, 2 bath, no pets, lawn mainte-
nance and water included. $800
month, $800 deposit. Available in
May '07 850-973-3025

Q-outhem 1illas of

Cidison Cpartments

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

reenville Pointe


1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Lake House for Rent
Now accepting applications
Lake front, 2 bed, 2 bath, furnished,
includes utilities and lawn mainte-
nance. No Pets, $1,200 per month,
$1,000 deposit. 850-973-3025

Studio Apartment
Quiet Country Setting
4 miles North of Madison.
Heating & A/C
Professional/Retired Person

Two Mobile Homes within city
limits, both 2 bdr, 1 bth, electric,
Heat and A/C. $400 security de-
posit and $450 per month. No pets
or children. Call 973-2364 leave
message or ask for Lee.
For Rent Near Blue Springs
One Bd; One Bth house'rge Liv-
ingroom; D 6 with
Screen r;; port. Private,
with No Pets. One year
lease, $00er month, $500 securi-
ty deposit.

$500 DOWN
With your land
Factory Direct Prices
No Middle Man!
Prestige Home Center
Lake City Florida


Excavating & Tractor
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump
Removal, Demolition, Roads,
Mowing, Discing, Box-Blading,
and Tilling.

No Job Too Small
Free Estimates

Call Paul Kinsley

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

WANTED-10 to 50 acres of land
in north Madison County, near
Cherry Lake or Pinetta. With or
without home is OK. Willing to
pay fair price and ready for quick
closing. Call (850)264-1455 and
leave message if no answer

With as little as
$500.00 Down
Prestige Home Center
Lake City, Florida
ft. 3 BR, 2 BA, Brick Veneer home
located on one block in Greenville,
Florida.1 Remodeled Kitchen with
full appliances. Cultured Marble
Whirlpool Tub and shower; Large
den w/Fire place. Tiled Patio;
20x28' detatched garage. Just two
miles to 1-10. Reason for selling
built new home. Best value in
North FL at $139,000. Phone 800-
284-1725 Day, 850-997-4456 Nite,
850-545-9292 Cell. Brokers Pro-
3 BR/2 BA Doublev, ide
Factory Direct
Home Prestige Center

$500 DOWN
With your land
Factory Direct Prices
No Middle Man!
Prestige Home Center
Lake City Florida
3 BR/2 BA Doublewide
Factory Direct
Home Prestige Center

Southeast Regional
Home Weekly
Allen Freight Services is now offer-
ing southeast regional runs for class
A drivers who need to be home
weekends. We offer a comprehen-
sive benefit package, late model
equipment and 950%/ no touch
freight. For more information, ex-
perienced divers may call Randy at
800-632-8769. Inexperienced dri-
vers call Lavonna at 877-440-7890
or you can go to our website for ba-
sic requirements www.ptsi-dri- EOE
Madison Academy seeks full-time
administrator for Pre-K to 8th
grade. Must have a Master's de-
gree and/or Bachelor's degree and
several years of teaching and ad-
ministrative experience. Send re-
sumes to P.O. Box 690 Madison,
FL 32341. Attn: Board of Directors
Joann Bridges Academy, a female
academy in Greenville, FL is
looking for members to serve on a
Community Advisory Board. The
board will meet quarterly and dis-
cuss items of interest and ways for
the youth to interact with the com-
Also volunteers are needed to
help out with arts & crafts, cosme-
tology, tutoring and other various
For more information about be-
coming a volunteer or a member of
the CAB please contact Barbara
Broomfield at 948-4220.

Denny's Diner
Career Opportunity
Now Hiring Managers.
Must have 2 years experience. Also
hiring Cooks and Servers. Apply
within, no phone calls please.

Johnson & Johnson
Transport, Inc
Is looking for a dump truck dri-
ver. Please call for details. 850-

Part-time Security Guard
needed Sat. & Sun. day shift. Must
have D-security license. Contact
Joe Peavy 929-4747
Substitute bus drivers
Free training; flexible schedule;
friendly working conditions; re-
warding work. Call Ivan Johnson
with Madison County schools 850-

Busy practice seeks articulate, ma-
ture, highly organized profession-
al, w/HS diploma, and mandatory;
2-yrs work exp. in a medical office,
excellent phone, computer, & peo-
ple skills.
* Verify Insurance Benefits
* Load Patient Demographics
* Schedule Appointments
* Medical Record Maitenance
* Greet Patients & Visitors
* Patient Sign-In & Other Docu-
Nature Coast EyeCare
Institute Perry, Florida
Fax Resume to (850) 838-3937 or
call Human Resources
(850)584-2778, Ext. 639

RFP for Custodial Services
contract at North Florida Com-
munity College. Information avail-
able on website at
Housekeeper Needed
Salary based on experience, day
shift 7 a.m. 5 p.m., Apply direct-
ly at Holiday Inn 167 SE Bandit St.
Madison, FL,
$ AVON $
Take control of you income. Top ,
selling reps earn an average of
$100.000+ per year.
Start-up kit $I .

Johnson & Johnson Transport, Inc.
2 Drivers needed to work Tues-Sat
PM shift. Benefits include: 401K.
health insurance, uniforms, paid
vacation. CDL Class A is required.
Apply in person at 1607 W. US
Hwy 90, Madison, FL between
8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Mon-Fri.

Faith Global Transportation

is currently hiring OTR

Drivers for a new terminal

opening in Madison, Florida.

Must have Class A CDL and

2 years verifiable experience

is required. $.32 per mile

and late model equipment.

Call 866-449-5085 Ext. 113

A rewarding job with the nation's leading bottled water company
may be closer than you think. Nestle Waters North America is hiring.
Nestle has several immediate openings at its Madison County bottling facility.
Employment opportunities are available for flexible and self-motivated individuals seeking
careers in production, maintenance, logistics and quality assurance.

Nestle Waters offers great starting pay, ranging from $11W to $17'0 an
hour depending upon the position. Our outstanding benefits pack-

Production Operator
S1165 per hour

Forklift Operator
5116 per hour

Blow Mold Technician
5140 per hour i

Line Mechanic
51750 per hour I|
_________ --

age includes health and dental C '-.
insurance along with a 401K f V AS
and profit-sharing plans 0 '

Stop by and fill out an applica-
tion (directions below), and
take the first step toward a challenging and rewarding
future with Nestle Waters .

For more information, call Nestle Waters
at (850) 971-2100 or visit our website
at www madisonblue org.

,; actions.
Z From I-10:
-- Take exit 262 North
through the town of
Lee to SR 6. Turn East
(RIGHT) for approx. 3 miles
to Hawthorn Road. Look for the Deer Park
sign. Turn RIGHT on Hawthorn Road and
follow the signs to the parking area.

From 1-75: Take exit 460 turn West
approx. 15 miles. Entrance is on LEFT.

Equal opportunity employer


Advent Christian Village
Jobs Line 658-5627

Communications Assistant
Hours may vary and include
evenings, weekends, weekdays,
partial shifts, or holidays as needed.
HS diploma or equivalent pre-
ferred. PC experience and proper
phone etiquette required. Duties in-
clude monitoring multiple incom-
ing phone lines and .monitor
fire/medical emergency, security,
and radio communications systems

FT Payroll Specialist
FT position for experienced payroll
specialist; HS diploma or equiva-
lent required, PC experience in-
cluding MS Access required. Must
be detail oriented. FlexPay experi-
ence a plus

FT position for bookkeeper. HS
diploma or equivalent required; ac-
counting experience and some post
secondary education preferred. PC
experience required w/MS Office
Suite including database. Must be
detail oriented.

Benefits include include health,
dental, life, disability, savings,
AFLAC supplemental policies;
access to onsite daycare and fitness

facilities. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Office Mon. thru Fri.,
from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL.; fax resume to
3.,C,-658-5160. EOEf. Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background
checks required.


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The City Commission of the City of Madison, Florida will hold a Workshop on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall for
the following purposes:
1. Review Plans for the Downtown Revitalization Project -FY05 CDBG Contract No. 06DB-3K-03-50-02-C07
2. Discuss Objectives for the Purpose of Establishing Where Emphasis will be Placed Administratively
Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Commission with respect to any matter considered of such meeting will
need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, he or she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.

T.D. 12-19-1999
M.E. 05-30-1998

TO: Michelle Hamilton
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 1450 Georgetown Road, Madison Florida 32340
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition under oath, has been filed in the above -styled court for the termination of parental rights
and the permanent commitment of T.D., a female child born on 12/19/1999 in Leon County, Florida to the State of Florida and M.E. a fe-
male child born 05/30/1998 in Leon County placing agency, for subsequent adoption and you are hereby to be and appear in the above
court at the Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florida 32344 on Thursday, May 17, 2007 at 1:00 P.M., for a Termination of Parental
Rights Advisory Hearing and to show cause why said petition should not be granted. You must appear on the date and time specified.
WITNESS my hand and official seal as the Judge of said court this 26th of March, 2007.
/s/ .

3/30. 4/6.4/13.4/20


S.- $28 Within Madison County
$35 Outside Madison County




\, Gretchen Wilson............... June 2
All Concerts VREE with park admission
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3, 2007

fi3day, April 131

Buckeye Florida

Employment Opportunities

Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent
products located in Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies, Inc. (NYSE symbol,
BKI) is our parent company with manufacturing facilities located in the United
States, Canada, Germany and Brazil.

We are seeking reliable and motivated individuals who are comfortable working
as part of a production team in a high performance work system. All openings
are for entry-level production technicians at our manufacturing facility located
in Perry, Florida. The Perry facility is a large cellulose manufacturing complex
with a continuous around-the-clock operation (24 hours per day, 7 days per
week) which includes Saturday and Sunday. All openings are on teams which
work rotating shifts. Positions become available throughout the year.

We are looking for candidates that possess:
* High School diploma or GED
* 2+ years of general work or military experience
* Vo-Tech, college, military technical training or manufacturing experience is a plus
* Proficient math, mechanical reasoning and reading comprehension skills
* Ability and willingness to learn new work procedures and work well with others
* Work schedule flexibility and ability to work all scheduled overtime
* Ability to prioritize and carry out responsibilities independently with minimal

As a member of our team you will enjoy:
* A very competitive wage and benefit package
* Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
* Life and disability insurance
* Thirteen paid holidays
* Paid vacation
* 401(k) with matching contribution
*. Retirement plan with company contribution

To be considered for employment:
Please submit your resume to the Employment Connections located at 1702
South Jefferson Street in Perry, Florida. Employment Connections is open
Monday through. Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Resumes must be
received no later than Friday, May 4, 2007 to be considered. Resumes should
include information about an individual's education, work experience, military
experience and other information that highlights employment qualifications. A
detailed job description is available through Employment Connections.

Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written tests,
interviews, post-offer physical exam and agility test. Pre-employment drug
screening and background check is required.

If you have any questions or need assistance preparing a resume, please contact
Employment Connection One-Stop Center.
Their telephone numbers are (850) 584-7604 or (888) 752-8409.

Buckeye is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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