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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise recorder
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Enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison, Fla.
Madison, Fla
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

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Our 145th Year, Number 47


Friday, July 23, 2010


Madison, Florida


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Summer Sun Mad
Good For
More Than Bene
Tanning By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison's Police and
S 1Fire Department employees
now get some new choices on
benefits, thanks to action by
- - the Madison City Commis-
sioners at their regular
meeting on July 13. Al-
..though the new options are
very similar, the board had
to amend two different ordi-
nances to offer them to both
Page 11 departments.
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By Jacob Bembry
Page 5 Greene Publishing, Inc.
A man, who had been :ar
ty on June 23 for possession
ical possession and i
paraphernalia, was arrested
SMan g M Am t July 18, in Hamilton Count y
meth lab in a motel room.
According to Hamilton
W e ite Reid, his department receive
W eb Site man, along with a woman, sta
Un el e Motel, located at State Road
person who contacted the c
couple had been cooking met
By M.K. Graves Law officers arrived at th
Greene Publishing, Inc. door and were allowed to ent
Tom Cis- revealed paraphernalia used
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Director NFC
since March
15, is the kind
of guy who 0
likes to know By Kristin Finney
Shis way Greene Publishing, Inc.
S, around the North Florida Commun
490 miles of lege is collecting items to hel
Tom Cisco dirt roads in oil spill relief effort. The p
the county. end date was July 17, however
"I'm making my rounds, visiting heavy response the campus
homes and hospitals, offering my ser- tended the deadline. All men
vices," said Cisco. Besides getting fa- the community are asked to I
miliar with area roads, he went The donation date has b
downtown to all the businesses and tended until the end of Ji
introduced himself door-to-door. items will be delivered to the
One of the first tasks Cisco want- wood Animal Hospital in T.
ed to accomplish as Emergency Man- see. There are four collection
agement Director was to upgrade the campus: NFCC Presidents


liausison Emisergency ivianIageiimentiL
web site, which is now available at
http: / / www.madison-coun-
tyfl.com/emergencymanage-ment/.
The site was previously one page,
but has been expanded. Some por-
tions are still under construction,
along with a Facebook page that will
be unveiled at a later date, said Cis-
co.
"If you go to our web site, you'll
be able to see all the different links
on the site," he said. What to do
about evacuation, finding shelter
listings and much more is now post-
ed. "There is a Links page with a
couple hundred links on there," said
Cisco. Still to be added to the Emer-
gency Management web site is the
Fire Department.
He believes Madison County res-
idents are well-acquainted with dis-
aster preparedness. "I do," he said,
"just because of past history" Cisco
has learned about many damaging
storms, flooding, and the tor-
Please see Website, Page 3


lison Fire, Police


fits Get Makeover


tiansen, legal counsel for the
fire and police pension
plans, presented the amend-
ments, explaining the reason
for the changes. "The cur-
rent plan does not meet the
IRS code for tax-deferred
pension payments," he said.
"Also, we need the changes to
get state funding for the
plan." The state funds just
over $25,000 for fire and po-
lice employees' pensions.
With their vote, the
board made these changes in


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d a call that there was a
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6 and Interstate 75. The
office indicated that the
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er. A search of the room
to produce meth.
see Meth Arrest, Page 3


the pension plans: (1) an em-
ployee can make pre-tax con-
tributions, (2) an employee
can choose among joint pen-
sion payments, beneficiary
payments in case of early
death, or a Social Security
option that changes when
Social Security payments be-
gin, and a partial lump sum
similar to Deferred Retire-
ment Option Program
(DROP), and (3) the plan's
Please see Benefit
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Madison Rotary Club members, left to right, Dale Stone, Jar-
go Clark and Brian O'Connell just before their fireside chat.
By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jargo Clark, age 92, has invested over 60 years of service,
guidance and mentoring to Madison County, and on July 14, his
fellow Rotarians honored him with the Rotarian of the Year,
Decade and Last Half-Century Award, 1948-2010.
Please see Jargo Clark, Page 3


(Building 3), NFCC Library
(Building 4), NFCC Career and
Technical Education Center
(building 13), drop off at Debbie
Bass's office and NFCC College
Advancement (Building 32).
Items being accepted are
Pepto-Bismol, Dawn detergent,
bottled water, plastic trash bags
and cans, linens, sheets, new
toothbrushes, heavy duty rub-
ber gloves, heating lamps, large
Rubbermaid containers, heat-
ing pads, large backyard pools
Please see Oil Cleanup, Page


The Enterprise-
Recorder is helping
with the oil spill re-
lief. Newspapers
are absorbent and
are one of the items
requested to aid in
the cleanup.


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Probation And Parole Pros Recognized


By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In Madison County,
there are 182 people un-
der supervision at the
Madison Probation and
Parole Office. For July
18-24, Mayor Judy
Townsend has pro-
claimed this week as
Probation and Parole
Community Supervi-
sion Week to honor com-
munity corrections
professionals and their
achievements.
Everyone deserves a
second chance.
"Haven't we all done
something wrong?"
asked Jarrett Jarvis,
Please see Probation
And Parole, Page 3


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late thunderstorm in the after storm the mid 90s and lows in the upper the low 90s and lows in the upper
70s. 70s.


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Receiving recognition for a job well done, the Madison Probation and Parole Office includes
left to right, Crystal Redic, Jarrett Jarvis, Charles Suber, Mayor Judy Townsend, Sandra Day and
Walter McCullough.


1 Section, 14 Pages
Around Madison 4-5 Scallop Season 10
Turn Back Time 8 School 7
Classifieds 12 Legals 13
Viewpoints & Opinions 2-3 Church 6


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Friday,July 23, 2010


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While some may hate it, I love living in a small
community where people know each other, and for
the most part, love each other.
Tuesday was a day of extremes for me. My anxi-
ety level hit the roof as my brother called and told
me that my father thought he was having a heart at-
tack. I told him to call 911 and that I would be there
as soon as possible.
I left work and flew home. When I arrived, my fa-
ther was sitting up and he told me that he was feel-
ing a little bit better.
Lisa Jordan and Jane Redifer arrived from
Madison County EMS, along with Joe Odom, a Lee
volunteer firefighter. All of them did a wonderful
job. Jane and Lisa did an EKG on my daddy and took
his vital signs. They suggested that he go to the hos-
pital in Madison or Valdosta or Live Oak. Daddy opt-
ed to go to the VA Hospital in Lake City
At the VA Hospital, Daddy knew his nurse in the
emergency room. She was an old friend of his first
cousin, Hubert Fox. She, the doctor and the other
nurses did a great job making sure that my father
was okay After about six hours, the doctor released
Daddy, saying that his lab work had turned out fine.
When I got back to Lee, I posted on Facebook
about my father's scare. Immediately, people began
responding and asking if everything was okay.
That evening, I attended a special town council
meeting at Lee City Hall. People who had heard
about my father's scare asked me how he was doing.
Although there was some disagreement among
the people there, I could still tell that if one of them
were in need, the community would most likely ral-
ly to their aid.
God has only placed us here for a little while. I
know that some people say that they hate living in
Madison County because they think it's a back-
wards, backwoods place to live. I think it's great be-
cause of the way that people respond when one is in
need. I thank God for Madison County.


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On the Road


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food at a drive-through or fast food restaurant. Al-
though these foods are quick to order, they are often
high in fat and calories and leave you short on some of
the major nutrients you need each day When travel-
ing, don't leave your healthful eating plan in the drive-
way when you hit the road.
The next time you eat on the run, the American
Association of Dietitians suggest you use the follow-
ing healthy suggestions:
* If you order tacos or burritos, ask for salsa and
skip the cheese.
* Top a pizza with chicken, Canadian bacon or lean
ham and don't forget the vegetables. Try bell peppers,
onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, arti-
choke heart.
* Ask for a grilled chicken sandwich instead of the
fried version.
* Drink water or skim milk instead of a soft drink.
* If you order a burger, make it a smaller-sized ver-
sion, add lettuce and tomatoes and skip the mayon-
naise based sauces.
* If you order fries, share then with a friend, or,
better yet, find a substitute for fries. Many restaurants
now offer an alternative such as a baked potato or a
salad.
A great option when taking short trips is to pack
your food. Most major highways have picnic tables at
rest areas. This means you pack a cooler with ade-
quate ice to keep any perishable foods safe. Foods that
don't need refrigeration may be packed for snacks to
keep you from visiting any vending machines. Try
these quick, safe and easy foods to take on the road.
* Single-serving boxes of cereal, trail mix, energy
bars, granola bars, bagels, muffins or crackers.
* Raw fruit and vegetables including carrot and
celery sticks, grapes, single-serve applesauce, or
mixed fruit. Any whole fruits, such as apples, peaches
or bananas are a convenient snack.
* Peanut butter can be used for sandwiches, take
along a loaf of bread and single serving jellies or hon-
ey It also works well as a snack when spread on celery
or apples.
* Don't forget nuts and single-serve packages of
cheese and crackers.
* Bottled water and juice boxes also travel well.
For more information on healthful eating, contact
the Madison County Extension Service.
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Benefit Makeover Probation & Parole


cont from Page 1
trustees will serve two-to-four year terms.
Commissioner Myra Valentine commented,
"You are helping their use of money for the pro-
gram."
Christiansen replied, "We are giving them
more options."
Police Chief Gary Calhoun said, "I have
served on the Pension Board. This is a good
plan."
Fire Chief Alfred Martin said, "I like the
plan, and my guys like the plan."
Christiansen and City Manager Harold Em-
rich assured the board that the changes will come
at no cost to the city. The commissioners ap-
proved the amendments unanimously
In other business, the board voted to donate
an unused fire truck to North Florida Communi-
ty College for training purposes. According to
Emrich, the 1985 GMC pumper needs mechanical
work more expensive than the cost of the truck.
He said that Madison County has already agreed
to donate its share of the truck.
The board also approved an agreement with
the Florida Department of Transportation for
resurfacing Hwy 90. The city will be responsible
for moving utility lines along the work area.

Jargo Clark

cont from Page 1
The Madison Rotary Club members gently
roasted their most celebrated Charter Member,
who was President from 1951-1952 and the only
member to serve as District Governor, from 1987-
1988.
Rotary Club President, Dale Stone, opened
the spirited meeting. Roy Milliron, who
arranged the program, presented the Rotarian
award to Jargo Clark, and then Tommy Beggs,
Jim Stanley, Rev. Ferrell Morris, Morris Steen,
Ed Meggs and Gene Stokes shared their insights
into the man they each admire for different rea-
sons.
They talked about everything from Jargo
Clark's Christian faith, family, his passion for
politics, an amazing skill selling tons of Rotary
fundraiser tickets, his ability to pinch a penny,
and his heart for youth and education.
"I know your name is William Burton Clark.
How did you get the name 'Jargo?'" asked Tom-
my Beggs, who brought a basket of old museum
toys and remembered his mother once told him
as a child that Jargo Clark was "a very close
friend of Santa Claus."
Clark explained, "When I was two years old,
I went to the circus and they had a clown named
Jargo. That clown scared the life out of me," he
said. Needless to say, the childhood nickname
stuck over the years.
Morris Steen pointed out that Clark's service
to the NFCC Foundation Board 44 years ago was
instrumental in bringing assets from zero dol-
lars to three and a half million dollars, a huge
benefit to area students. He described Clark as a
courageous leader whose impact has gone be-
yond Madison County.
"Jargo, we love you, man," said Steen.
Ed Meggs said Clark is one of Madison's
finest gentlemen and a friend. Meggs said if he
was in Spokane, WA., and ever got into trouble or
arrested, "I could call Jargo and one of two
things would happen: either Jargo would come to
my rescue, or he would know somebody who
could. He has an uncanny ability to know peo-
ple," said Meggs.
Rev. Ferrell Morris said, "Jargo has always
been very encouraging to me. He's kind to my
children." Morris said he appreciates Clark for
how he exemplifies the fruit of the spirit: love,
joy, peace.
Gene Stokes said construction of the Middle
Florida Baptist Association's building earlier in
the decade was completed with Clark showing up
to work.
"I told many people, Brother Jargo, this is
what old and older people can do," said Stokes.
Clark was about 84 years old at the time and
Stokes said he also donated supplies to complete
the building.
Jim Stanley added, "You don't know what
you mean to us. Thank you for being Jargo," he
said.
With one minute left in their fireside chat,
Clark commented, "I've enjoyed being a Rotari-
an, and I especially enjoy being your friend."
M.K. Graves can be reached at
Marianne@greenepublishing.com.

Oil Cleanup

cont from Page 1
(like those sold at Wal-Mart), newspapers, stand by
fire extinguishers, adhesive bandages, shovels and
rakes.

Meth Arrest

cont from Page 1
Victor John Hendry, 33, of Ray City, Ga., and Dondi


Carlisle, 29, of Valdosta, Ga., were both arrested on
charges of producing methamphetamine.
Sheriff Reid said that several rooms near the
room where the meth was being cooked had to be
evacuated and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
had to come in and make sure the room was cleaned
and secured from any danger to anyone at the motel.


cont from Page 1
Madison Correctional Probation Supervisor. "Say
we're driving home late at night. Someone on a bike
swerves and we hit them - that's manslaughter," he
said.
These hard-working pros uphold the law, assist
victims, and provide services to offenders as well as
work with community agencies toward the best pos-
sible outcome - rehabilitation.
The American Probation and Parole Associa-
tion is the agency that designated the week of July
18-24 nationwide as Probation and Parole Communi-
ty Supervision Week.
M.K. Graves can be reached at
Marianne@greenepublishing.com


Website

cont from Page 1
nado in the late 80s that ripped through the area and
resulted in lost lives.
At the same time to prepare the county for dis-
aster involves taking action now. "I hope everyone
will do their own preparedness. People have to take
responsibility," he said. He is talking about the new
web site as a good place for individuals and families
to gather helpful information before a disaster pre-
sents itself.
Cisco said Madison Emergency Management
will be partnering with WMAF Radio 1230 AM in
Madison to broadcast emergency information as
needed. He wants to get the radio station a generator
to ensure continuous updates are broadcast without
interruption. Other radio stations nearby will also
be contacted to give out important disaster-related
news to Madison County residents when an event
happens.
The Amateur Radio Operators of Madison are
another vital link to Emergency Management, he
said. These ham radio operators, led by President
Pat Lightcap, have the potential to quickly network
and relay information during disasters when other
communications fail. Over two dozen people have
FCC Registered Amateur Radio Licenses in Madison
County
Cisco also has a Disaster 1831 box of paperwork
from last year's flooding to plow through at this
time. He said it's amazing the amount of paperwork
generated by a crisis, including continued dealings
with the Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA).
Since Program Director, Leigh Webb, joined
Emergency Management on April 19, Cisco says,
"We walk into places and I start to introduce her and
she already knows everybody," he said. "Why don't
you introduce me?" he now asks.
All has gone relatively well for Cisco and wife,
Angie, to get settled in Madison, except that their
dog, Addy, a miniature Australian shepherd, was at-
tacked by a pit bull not long after they got to town.
Thankfully, Addy is now bouncing back to her usual
friendly self at their new house, says Cisco, and frol-
ics with five neighborhood dogs with names like
"Gator."
Cisco bought former Emergency Management
Director Vicki Brown's house, and he jokes it's like a
parsonage now. "If I ever leave, the next person will
take that house, too."
M.K. Graves can be reached at
Marianne@greenepublishing.com.

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

Smith Said

Previous Article

Was Wrong
Mr. Jacob,
Maybe I am wrong, but I was under the impres-
sion that a reporter should check the facts before pub-
lishing an article that clearly slanders a person. As the
aforementioned person I would like to state that all ac-
cusations from the former State Attorney are false.
Did you ever contact the state trooper? If you had,
you would have been told that I did not act like a
spoiled brat, claiming to have his badge and threatin-
ing him. In fact, I was polite and respectful. I knew
that the charge was not a felony and furthermore have
never had a felony in my life. I work full time as an ac-
countant, am a single father to a 10-year-old girl, and
attend FSU full-time as a Senior. I take pride in the fact
that I have accomplished much these past few years,
including graduating with honors from NFCC, and
take offense to you writing such an obviously negative
article about my character. Please write a retraction
and next time do some fact checking before you pub-
lish opinions, especially from a disgruntled employee
who is looking to further his own goals.
Thank you,
Matthew Smith

Conservative

Coh

By J.P. MaultSb I
Chairman, Republican Club
Of M is oountyI


Where The Rubber

Meets The Road
Last Chance to Register
With the Florida primary elections scheduled
for August 24th, anyone wishing to vote must be a
registered voter by the close of business on Monday
July 26th. If not already registered, get up to the Su-
pervisor of Elections office and "get 'er done!"
Do I have to be Registered Democrat to vote in
Local Elections?
NO. In the past, you may have heard that if you
were not a Democrat you could not vote for local of-
fices. While that may have been the case a number of
years ago, that IS NOT SO anymore. The Florida leg-
islature passed a law several years ago which states
that if the candidates in one party's primary are the
only ones in the election (and the election will there-
fore be decided during the primary), then all voters
are allowed to vote in that primary, regardless of
their party affiliation.
Why are you registered as a Democrat?
Good question. Perhaps you grew up believing
that is just what you are. I hear a lot of Democrats
say they just can't stomach the actions of their elect-
ed leaders, or that they almost always vote for the Re-
publican candidate. Then why put the (D) behind
your name? Make the change!
I saw part of a recent interview with Dr. Alveda
C. King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., who
strongly supports the Republican Party and its prin-
ciples. I wish all Democrats could have seen it. So
many people are entrenched in the Democ-
rat/Liberal belief that the conservative principles of
the Republican Party are mean-spirited. If they
would open their ears and eyes and give an objective
and honest look at conservative principles, they
might find them to be common sense, mainstream,
appropriate, and needed!
Party of Ideas and Solutions
The media claims that the Obama/Pelosi/Reid
regime is taking action and passing needed laws be-
cause the Republicans have nothing to offer but
"No." I have trouble seeing how that holds water.
The Republican Party is working to set a solid foun-
dation, while the Democrats are leading toward an
unstable and inevitably undesirable outcome. Our
nation cannot be prosperous if we have a failing
foundation.
Real common-sense plans and legislation HAVE
BEEN PROPOSED by Republicans. These have ad-
dressed: healthcare reform, the financial system,
jobs, government spending, taxes, social security, im-
migration reform, religious freedom, and energy
These would have the effect of solidifying our na-
tion's eroding foundation.
Unfortunately, these plans have been given no
consideration and have been blocked by the majority
Democrats. If you think our foundation has to be
"firmed up", then do a little research...and get out
and vote.

Join the Republican Club of Madison County.
Meets noon on the first Monday of the Month at
Shelby's Restaurant.
We are intent on working to bring Republicans
into office who will bring sanity, fiscal control,
and respect for the freedoms enshrined in the
Constitution. Guests are welcome.


The Madison County Republican Executive Com-
mittee meets the 4th Tuesday of each month. If
you are a Republican and are interested in learn-
ing how you can help our efforts, please come
join us or contact us as the below email.
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Republican Executive Committee
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American Trailer
Park Musical, Fri. &
Sat., July 23 & 24, at
the Monticello Opera
House. Adult content
and language; not in-
tended for children.
Dinner and show $35.
Show only $15. Dis-
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Doors open at 6:30,
dinner is at 7 p.m.; and
the show starts at 8
p.m. Reservations
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Call 850-997-4242 for
info and reservations.
July 24
Seniors save


By Kevin Z. Smith
President, Society of
Professional Journalists
During the course of
its investigation into the
current Gulf of Mexico
oil spill, The Associated
Press was given infor-
mation from the then-of-
fice of Mineral
Management Services
that was not making a
lot of sense.
As millions of gal-
lons of crude spewed
into the gulf waters and
the oversight by MMS of-
ficials on BP's well was
being called into ques-
tion, an anonymous
source in that office told
reporters far different
stories than what they
had been initially told.
This anonymous source
set the record straight by
coming forward and
speaking out, and sud-
denly the world knew
that this was more than
a mechanical failure; it
was a full system failure.
The people hired to keep
these events from occur-
ring were ignoring their
responsibilities.
At times, anony-
mous sources provide
crucial information to
the press. Stories of oil
disasters may be the lat-
est, but without citizens
coming forward and
sharing vital informa-
tion, Americans would
not know about steroids
in sports, excessive mili-
tary spending, or food
and drug hazards. We
would never have been
told about Watergate.
A bill currently in
the U.S. Senate will help
assure such stories con-
tinue to reach the public.
S. 448, The Free Flow of
Information Act, will
protect the sources on
whom journalists rely
from having their identi-
ties exposed in all but a
few circumstances in-
cluding where national
security concerns are


on auto insurance.
Florida requires all
auto insurance com-
panies to give drivers
50 and older with a
good driving record
and who complete the
AARP Driver Safety
Program a premium
discount for three
years. There will be a
class at the Madison
Extension Building on
Saturday, July 24, at 9
a.m. For more infor-
mation or to reserve a
seat, call Rich Olsen
at (850) 584-2193 or
(850) 843-0092.
August 21
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currently trying to lo-
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raised. Five years in the
making, the current ver-
sion of this bill is sup-
ported by more than 50
journalism organiza-
tions, the White House,
the Justice Department
and most of your Con-
gressional delegation.
Most states have
laws that can protect a
source's identity from
overzealous prosecutors
and judges, but there is
no such protection yet at
the federal level. S. 448
would change that and
extend the same protec-
tions offered through
statute or common law
in 49 states to the nation-
al government. Without
it, stories focusing on
the federal government
will not be told because
reporters are faced with
threats of jail time and
fines if they do not turn
on their sources.
Subpoenas against
the press numbered
more than 3,000 nation-
wide in 2006 with 335 is-
sued by federal
prosecutors seeking the
identities of news
sources, according to a
survey conducted by a
Brigham Young Univer-
sity law professor. More
than a few journalists
have spent time in jail,
and some have been
forced out of the profes-
sion all together by
heavy fines that crippled
them financially. These
are all heavy-handed tac-
tics to elicit the names of
people who can then be


serve Unit, for our
first annual reunion
that is scheduled for
August 21. If anyone
interested in partici-
pating, please contact
Charles Miller @ 229-
244-1533 or Samantha
Inman @ 229-563-2066
for more details. We
look forward to hear-
ing from you.
August 28
Suwannee Valley
Humane Society will
be having a rabies and
micro-chip clinic on
August 28th 2010 from
9:00am-4:00 p.m.The
cost is $10.00 for ra-
bies and $30.00 micro-
chip. Services
provided by Dr. Alba
Sosa from Animal
Care Center of Lake
Park. For more infor-


identified and retaliated
against. Media compa-
nies large and small
faced with the enormous
expenses of fighting
such legal battles to pro-
tect sources are turning
their backs on com-
pelling stories.
As S. 448 awaits per-
mission from key senate
leadership to come to the
floor for a full vote, all
senators, representing
the interests of Ameri-
can citizens, need to
hear from their con-
stituents. Citizens who
value the importance of
transparency in gover-
nance and think the
American press needs to
continue to serve as the
watchdog on the federal
government should tell
their senators to support
this measure.
The clock is ticking
as Congress will recess
in August. Tell your sen-
ator to have the bill
moved to a full Senate
vote as soon as possible
and support its passage.
Without this bill,
stories that affect lives,
like the oil spill in the
Gulf, will never get the
detailed attention they
need to bring about
change. Without this
bill, your government
has a better chance of
operating in darkness or
lying its way out of trou-
ble. Help bring this to an
end by voicing support
for S. 448.
Only when there is a
free flow of information
from the government to
its people can we truly
appreciate the beauty
and power of a democra-
cy
Kevin Z. Smith is the
2009-2010 national presi-
dent of the Society of
Professional Journalists.
Reach him at
ksmith@spj.org. For
more on SPJ's work to
improve and protect jour-
nalism, see www.spj.org.


nation contact the
Humane Society at
866-236-7812 or local
850-971-9904.
First and Third
Saturday of the
Month
Girl Scout Troop
150 meets at
Greenville United
Methodist Church
every first and Third
Saturday of the
month from 10 a.m.
until Noon. Please
call Janice or Sean
Carson at 850/948-6901
or the Girl Scout
Council Office at
850/386-2131 for more
information.
First Friday of
Each Month
Everyone is invit-
ed to gospel (open
mic) sings at Lee Wor-
ship Center the first
Friday night of each
month, beginning at 7
p.m. The church is lo-
cated at 397 Magnolia
Dr. in Lee. Everyone is
asked to bring a dish
for the potluck supper.
There will be great
musicians, so those
who can play an in-
strument are welcome
to come and join in.
Bring a friend with
you. For more infor-
mation, call Allen Mc-
Cormick at (850)
673-9481
Every First And
Third Monday
Consolidated
Christian Ministries,
located at 799-C SW
Pinckney Street in
Madison has changed
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Idelines. Anyone betes Support Group
i come in and see if is a free educational
y qualify and sign service and support
on the following for diabetes and those
's: Tuesday, wanting to prevent di-
dnesday or Thurs- abetes. The group
* from 9 a.m.-11:45 meets the third Tues-
1. day of each month at
Each Weekday the Greenville Public
cept Tuesday Library Conference
The Senior Citi- Room at 312 SW
is Center offers Church St.,
aputer classes to Greenville, 11-11:30
liors 60 and older a.m. Everyone is wel-
h weekday except come!
esday. For more in- Every Wednesday
nation or to sign and Friday
please call (850) The Senior Citi-
-4241. zens Center's sewing
Every club for seniors 60 and
uesday-Saturday older meets every
The Diamonds in Wednesday and Friday.


the Ruff Adoption
Program at the
Suwannee Valley Hu-
mane Society is open
every Tuesday
through Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It is located on 1156 SE
Bisbee Loop, Madison,
FL 32340. For more in-
formation, or direc-
tions, call (866)
236-7812 or (850) 971-
9904.
Second and Fourth
Saturday of Each
Month
The Madison
Church of God hosts a
free soup kitchen the
second and fourth Sat-


For more information
or to sign up, please
call (850) 973-4241.
Fourth Wednesday
of Each Month
An informational
meeting for those in-
jured and needing
help returning to
work will be held the
fourth Wednesday of
each month from 12-3
p.m. at the Madison
County Extension Of-
fice located at 184 Col-
lege Loop, Madison.
The meeting is free
and open to the public.
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Senior Citizens Council Of Madison


Hosts Intergenerational Open House


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By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing,Inc.
Madison County has a superb new
building for socializing.
Last Sunday afternoon, young and
old came to celebrate the Dedication
Ribbon Cutting and Open House cere-
mony of the new building housing the
Senior Citizens of Madison County,
Inc.
Everyone from beauty queens to
politicians, ministers and community
members crowded into the beautifully
decorated dining room, with its stone
fireplace, and great potential to serve
local seniors sixty and over.
Board President Betty Vann wel-
comed guests to the dining room. Exec-
utive Director Rosa Richardson
introduced the Senior Citizens Council
staff, Board members, Advisory Coun-
cil and acknowledged the help of many
volunteer agencies.


Rev. James Howes, president of the
Madison County Christian Ministerial
Association, gave the dedication and
heartfelt prayers followed by Rev. Oc-
tavious Tootes, Rev. Rich Quackenbush
and Rev. Oliver Bradley
Florida Department of Elder Af-
fairs spokesman, Charles Corley, said
that studies have shown that "social
isolation is more damaging than a life-
time of smoking." Connecting to oth-
ers is an important support system to
people as they age: the new Madison fa-
cilities will bring people together to so-
cialize, learn skills, and get their
questions answered and needs met.
Beautiful flowers in the foyer were
compliments of The Madison Florist
and Bank of America. The Madison
County Garden Club also provided
many impressive flowers and pots. The
decorating committee were Jenny An-
drews, Penny Worden and Myra Valen-


Henry McCray, transportation su-
pervisor for the Senior Citizens Coun-
cil of Madison County, said, "We
transport seniors to and from home, we
take them shopping, on some fishing
trips and we take them home-delivered
meals Monday through Friday. Before
noon, we try to have everybody's meal
delivered to them," he said.


room.
Deloris Jones, of the Tables and
Chairs Committee, reminded the
crowd, many of whom were standing,
that 160 burgundy stackable banquet
chairs for $22.99 each are still needed,
for a total of $3,678.40. The dining hall
will be rented out for seminars, ban-
quets, training, family gatherings and
conferences to the community.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo, July 19, 2010
Greeting guests at the Senor Citizens Council Open House are, left to right,
Greenville Site Manager, Renita Washington, and Nadine Akins, data entry.


McCray, who has served the agency
for 14 years, added, "We also do a frozen
meal run, which consists of places we
can't go with hot meals, such as Ham-
burg, Lovett and back in those areas."
Seniors may learn more about pro-
grams by calling (850) 973-4241.
Tours of the new building were
given from 2-4 p.m. to familiarize the
community with senior services and
activities that are now offered. Adviso-
ry Board member, Rubie Delaughter,
said if enough people are interested,
she has an idea for a trip to Key West as
a possible fundraiser to help furnish
the new building's kitchen and dining


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo,
July 19, 2010
Visiting the new se-
niors' multipurpose
building last Sunday, left
to right, are Ashley
Hollingsworth, Toni Nor-
ris, and Ashley Skipper..


The Nutrition Department's large
commercial kitchen still needs a gas
convection oven that will cost approxi-
mately $6,476, along with a much-need-
ed 49 cubic foot refrigerator for
$2,998.19; a nugget compressed ice mak-
er for $4,285; kitchen cabinets at
$5,430.48; a stacked Laundry Center for
$1,099 and a 72-inch long work table for
meat preparation, for about $1,508.
For more information, or if you
would like to contribute, please call
Rosa Richardson at the Senior Citizens
Council at (850) 973-4241.
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New Testament Youth Raise Funds For Guatemala Trip


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Youth from New Testament Christian Center held a car wash at O'Reilly's on
Friday, July 16, to raise money for Tiffanie Colvin to go on a mission trip to
Guatemala. Pictured left to right: Ashley Collis, Jerrod Reader, Katie Dedge,
Tiffanie Colvin, Adrian Peters and Sarah Jenkins.
"Be content with what
you have, for God has
said, "Never will I leave
you; never will I forsake
you." So say with confi-
dence, "The Lord is my
helper; I will not be At
afraid" Hebrews 13:5-6.
Sunday morning ser- M adison
vices were a true joy in B p i
the Lord's eyes. The time First Bapttst
of praise began with the
hymns "Lord, I Lift Your Church
Name On High" and "Hal-
lelujah! Praise the Lamb." I
The message through By Kristin Finney
song was given by David
Fries and was called 'A
Miracle." This wonderful song was followed by the hymns, "Standing on the
Promises" and "Tell It Out With Gladness." The worship choir then sang a piece
from their July 4th musical called This Land. Pastor Ferrell's message came from
Psalm 19, he also made reference to the New England Premium. Services were
closed with the hymn, "Wherever He Leads I'll Go."
Upcoming events at Madison First Baptist are as follows; Church softball
league 2010 season is underway Games are played on Mondays with make-up
games on Tuesday There are four teams competing this year. Good luck MFB soft-
ball team! The children's choir is taking a break during the month of July Howev-
er, they plan to start again in August. Gordon and Hettie Selman will be celebrating
their 70t wedding anniversary on July 25. There will be a reception help for them
at the Consulate Health Care Facility in Tallahassee from 2-4 p.m. on this date.
We would like to invite you to join us for our services! Our worship schedule
is as follows: Sunday school 9:45 - 11a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.-12 noon.
Sunday Evening Worship 6 - 7p.m. followed by youth dinner and fellowship until 8
p.m. Wednesday evening services begin at 6 p.m.for both the adults and youth and
lasts until 8 p.m.
There was a special message in the Sunday morning bulletin that shares about
the nominating committee. It read "It's that time of year again, for the Nominating
Committee to begin seeking those willing to serve in the different areas in our
church ministries for the upcoming year. Please be in prayers and be open to God's
calling to serve Him. If you feel led to teach, or serve on a committee, please con-
tact one of the members listed below -Now is the times. We ask that you continue
to keep the Nominating Committee in your prayers as we search for those willing
to serve the Lord. -Thank you, Cindy Brown (973-
6578), Milton Driggers (973-1495), or Sarah Pike (929-
2999).
"I will instruct you and teach you in the way you
should go, I will counsel you and watch over you"
Psalm 32:8.
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7


LPNs Start New Chapter After Pinning Ceremony
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Marianne Graves, July 16, 2010
NFCC Allied Health
nursing instructor,
Tiffany Strickland, looks
on as Christy Weaver,
LPN, is pinned by in-
structor LaFrenchie Mc-
Creary.


By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Practically everyone had a good cry, especially
the instructors, during the North Florida Communi-
ty College pinning ceremony for nurses on July 16 at
Madison First United Methodist Church.
"They're going to be a huge asset," said NFCC in-
structor, LaFrenchie McCreary Guest Speaker Dana
Leggett gave the keynote address to welcome the new
graduates into the healthcare field. It's a new chapter


As North Florida Community College's fall term
approaches, it's no surprise there's new offerings and
programs on the horizon.
From fall term additions of Special Topics in Hu-
manities Film and Computer Animation, to upcom-
ing additions of a Hip Hop in American Culture class
and an Associate in Science degree in digital media,
NFCC is reshaping its academic offerings for the ben-
efit of its students.
"NFCC has been actively working on revitalizing
and updating its curriculum," said Dr. Sharon Erle,
NFCC Dean of Academic Affairs. "We have some ex-
citing new courses, have some revitalized previously
offered courses, and are adding a new degree we are
very excited about."
The college is planning to offer a new Digital Me-
dia/Multimedia Technology program in January that
includes an Associate in Science degree option as well
as shorter college credit certificate tracks. The short-
er certificate tracks, 15-18 credit hours each, provide


of learning in their lives, she said, and she advised
them to always strive for excellence by doing more
than they are asked to do on the job.
The 2009-2010 Practical Nursing class completed
an 11-month program. Judging by the applause, the
20 nurses pinned during the ceremony had plenty of
support from family and friends. A creative Power-
Point presentation showed their learning experi-
ences during the past year - including encounters
with dummies and skeletons.


quick training in four separate areas - authoring, pro-
duction, instructional technology, presentation and
web production - that build up to the A.S. degree. The
program will teach students to integrate graphics,
video, sound, animation, text and still images and pre-
pare them for jobs and careers in media-related in-
dustries.
But students don't have to wait until spring term
to take digital media classes. NFCC's fall schedule al-
ready includes Computer Animation and Electronic
Imaging courses that will begin Aug. 23. Students en-
rolling in these courses, as electives or towards a ca-
reer path, will have access to the latest technology and
digital media software. They will also gain knowledge
of one of the fastest growing industries around - me-
dia production, design and development.
"We've served the educational needs of our dis-
trict for over 50 years and we are doing everything
necessary to make sure that we continue to meet
those needs for the next 50 years," said NFCC Presi-


The NFCC graduate chosen for the Clinical De-
velopment Award was Jessica Cruce; the Profession-
al Excellence Award went to Latricia Campbell and
Student of the Year was Tonya McNealy-Frazier.
"It was a very nice ceremony I really enjoyed it,"
said John Crowley, while holding daughter Kylie
Anne at the reception afterwards. Kylie Anne, natu-
rally, was crying for her mother.
M. K. Graves can be reached at Marianne
@greenepublishing.corn


dent John Grosskopf. "The world changes, the econo-
my changes, and we will adapt what we do to make
sure our students are ready for those changes."
Other exciting course additions this fall include
Humanities Film, Introduction to College composi-
tion and an Introduction to Biology class for non biol-
ogy majors, with the spring term featuring
Everything Google, Creative Writing and Fundamen-
tals of Web Design courses. Some popular, in-demand
courses returning this fall are American Govern-
ment, Short Story and Beginning Computers. Taught
by exceptional instructors, these courses will add to
NFCC's already vast course and program offerings.
"These new additions to our curriculum should
provide students with interesting new options as well
as options that will help them in pursuing their edu-
cational goals," said Erle.
For a complete list of all courses and programs
being offered at NFCC, visit www.nfcc.edu or contact
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From the October 22, 1971,

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Dedication of Oak Ridge Cemetery Historical Marker


From the November 5, 1971,
Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Mary Lou Surles


Beggs Sons at Unveiled Marker
Oak Ridge - Billy, Ashley, and Tommy Beggs, stand before a lovely and meaningful marker, given by T.J.
Beggs, Jr., and Sons. Fine looking aren't they?


It was six and now it's seven. I refer to State His-
torical markers in the program of the Madison
County Historical Society The Seventh one was a
lovely Marker dedicated Sunday, for historic Oak
Ridge Cemetery
The Marker was sponsored (paid for) by T.J. Beggs,
Jr., and Sons, giving efficient funeral services since
1886. We are deeply grateful to this community-minded
and wonderful firm. Tommy Beggs made the speech,
positively the best oratorical effort on the Madison
County scene thus far during 1971. We shall ask Curry
to publish it later. It was truly a Master-piece.
Everyone on the program seemed to reach unac-
customed heights. This includes Father Flater, Mrs.
Copeland, Ashley Beggs, Billy Beggs, Randy


Nimnicht, Reverend E.C. Tyner, Bill Goza, and I
thought I did "tolerable" myself.
Gracious was the help given, Frank Sockels,
Gus Davis, and M.C. Burnette from Tri-County Elec-
trical Cooperative, Inc., who, with Bernard Wilson
of Florida Power Corporation, made the public ad-
dress system possible; William Downing and M.C.
Woodard, conducting tours and fixing up the ceme-
tery; Ola Sircey from Police Department, who di-
rected traffic and parking. Thanks to them and
others forever more!
The audience was well over 100, truly gracious
and wonderful people. Next coming up for the mid-
dle of December is the Ellaville Post Office near the
Woman's Club.


Bernard Wilson and Ola Sircey, Jr.
Oak Ridge - Both Represented the City of Madison. Ola is on the police force. He handled traffic.
Bernard, a City Commissioner, is also head of Florida Power and Light Co. Thanks, gentlemen!

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July 21, 1950
A message Wednes-
day that Charles Kinard,
Madison County soldier
boy, has been slightly
wounded in Korea.
Mrs. Nat Norfleet
and children, Nat, Ray
and Nell and Mrs. D.G.
Smith are vacationing at
Jacksonville Beach this
week. Mr. Norfleet ac-
companied them and
spent the weekend.
James Hardee, dis-
trict governor of Lions
International, is attend-
ing the national conven-
tion in Chicago this
week.
Mrs. Arthur Curtis
and children, of Monti-
cello, are visiting Mrs.
J.D. Scruggs and Mrs.
J.L. Brinson this week.


July 22, 1960
Officers and mem-
bers of the Madison
County Development Au-
thority are J.E. Stanley,
chairman; Bob Searcy,
vice-chairman; L.R.
Woodard, secretary; and
Kinch Waldrep, James
Hardee, Peter Stern,
Rooster Leggett, Jr. and
Grady Lewis.
Someone entered the
Hillcrest Dairy Bar again
the night of July 18th and
broke into the music box
and took less than five dol-
lars.
Work is in progress
on repainting the interior
of the Madison Post Of-
fice, including iron rail-
ings, frame work, flag pole
and lamp posts. The col-
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awarded to Frank Under-
wood.
The boys who make
Cherry's 66 their head-
quarters surprised Ola
Sanders with a birthday
cake on July 6, this being
his 86th birthday. Mr.
Sanders is still going
strong. He stays busy with
his post office job and his
backyard garden.

July 24, 1970
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bland, Mrs. Bernie Marsh


and Mike Bland are vaca-
tioning at Cherry Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Sale, of Jacksonville, vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Sale, last week-
end.
The Cherry Lake
Civic Club enjoyed a
chicken supper Monday
night at the recreation
hall.
Miss Mary Frances
Christmas and Daniel
Dale Kinard were mar-
ried Friday evening, July
10, at the First United
Methodist Church.


Joyce Keene

New Employees of
First Federal Savings and
Loan Association
The above two lovely ladies have recently been
employed by First Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation of Perry, and will soon be seen in the new
Madison Office building now under construction at
603 West Base Street, Madison, Florida.
Mrs. Bobby Surles (Mary Lou) has been with
First Federal since September and is presently com-
muting to Perry awaiting the opening of the new of-
fice building in Madison. Mary Lou graduated from
Madison High School, attended Lively Tech Secre-
tarial School in Tallahassee. She was employed for a
number of years with the State of Florida in Talla-
hassee and with the Modern Homes Construction
Company in Valdosta. Mary Lou comes to First Fed-
eral from the Valdosta Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation, Valdosta, Georgia where she has been
employed for the past two years. She, along with her
husband Bobby, and children Kathy, Bobby, Jr. and
Gary reside in Cherry Lake.
Mrs. Sammie Keene (Joyce) was employed by
First Federal during October, and is also commuting
to Perry awaiting the opening of the new office
building in Madison. She graduated from Madison
High School and was employed for 16 years by the
Florida Bank at Madison. Joyce comes to First Fed-
eral from the Owens - Illinois Credit Union at Cly-
attville where she has been employed on a part -
time basis for the past four years. She, along with
her husband Sammie, and daughter Teresa, reside
on the Cherry Lake Highway in Madison.
Mrs. Earlene Wheeler, Executive Vice President,
reports that construction of the new office building
is progressing on schedule, and according to the pre-
sent plans will be open sometime during the month
of December.





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"We're in business,
but we need you." That's
the message being pro-
moted on behalf of
Florida's commercial
fishermen in a television
public service an-
nouncement that began
airing in the Panhandle
Gulf coast region re-
cently
The television spot
was produced by the
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services to help
counter the mistaken
public perception that
Florida seafood is un-
available or in limited
supply.
"The extensive news
coverage of the Gulf oil
spill has left some con-
sumers with the impres-
sion that Florida seafood
is unavailable or in lim-
ited supply," Florida
Agriculture Commis-
sioner Charles H. Bron-
son said. "Our state's
commercial fishermen
continue to harvest
seafood daily from clean,
unaffected Florida wa-
ters. They have seafood
products to sell, and
they need customers.


This television public
service announcement
will help get out the mes-
sage that Florida
seafood is safe, plentiful
and available."
The 60-second spot
began airing July 9 in
Pensacola, Panama City
and Tallahassee. The
video can be viewed on-
line at www.FLSeafood
.com/WeNeedYou From
that page, visitors can
click through to visit the
www.FL-Seafood.com
home page to access an
abundance of informa-
tion about Florida
seafood and aquacul-
ture.
"This website fea-
tures an array of inter-
esting and useful
information," Bronson
said. "I encourage every-
one to take advantage of
this user-friendly re-
source to learn more
about our state's impor-
tant seafood and aqua-
culture resources."
Currently, the web-
site homepage features
the latest information
about the Gulf oil spill
categorized in six main
sections:


It's Safe: View Gulf
Regulatory and
Monitoring Activities
This section features
links to websites of agen-
cies involved in monitor-
ing water quality and
ensuring the safety of
Gulf seafood products,
such as the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration,
Florida Department of
Environmental Protec-
tion, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission, and others.

It's Plentiful: See
Where Florida Seafood
is Harvested
This section features
a chart showing which
Florida seafood products
are in season during the
months of the year. Also
included is a map showing
the areas where seafood
species are harvested off
Florida's coasts.

It's Available: Find
Where Florida Seafood
is Sold
This section features
an extensive list of
seafood retail markets
throughout the state, as
well as restaurants that


serve Florida seafood.
Grocery retailers and on-
line and mail-order sell-
ers of seafood are also
included.

Sea For Yourself: View
Florida Seafood
Webcams
This section provides
links to webcams that
have been set up at seafood
retail markets and restau-
rants in the Panhandle
Gulf coast region. Cur-
rently webcams are online
at Southern Seafood Mar-
ket in Tallahassee, Joe Pat-
ti's Seafood Company in
Pensacola, Dewey Destin's
Seafood and Restaurant in
Destin, Goatfeathers Sea-
food in Santa Rosa Beach,
and the Blue Parrot in St.
George Island.

Hear the Fishermen:
Interviews With Gulf
Coast Harvesters
This section fea-
tures audio interviews
conducted by telephone
with some of Florida's
commercial fishermen
talking about the
seafood products they
harvest. Get the Lat-
est: Hear Today's Florida


Seafood Hotline Up-
date This section pro-
vides consumers with
current information
about the status of Flori-
da's open and closed fish-
ing harvest areas, the
availability of seafood va-
rieties, and general pric-
ing information. The
hotline can also be
reached toll-free by dial-
ing 1-800-357-4273.
The website also con-
tains information about
Florida seafood and aqua-
culture, including
recipes, nutritional infor-
mation, food safety and
handling tips, seafood fes-
tivals and many other
items of interest. Charac-
teristics and illustrations
of Florida's top seafood
species are also featured,
and numerous videos
about the state's seafood
and aquaculture industry
are available for viewing
and download.
For more informa-
tion about Florida
seafood and aquaculture,
contact the Bureau of
Seafood and Aquaculture
Marketing at (850) 488-
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Outdoors


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 1 1


Summer Sun Is Good For More Than Tanning


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The hot and sunny days of summer have hit
Madison. With temperatures reaching the upper 90s
many residents fear going outdoors. However, new
found benefits of the summer sunshine might
change that mindset.
A recent study by Dr. Davis Rakel, a professor of
family medicine at the University of Wisconsin,
shows that contact with the outdoors has several
beneficial factors to the human body
'A theory called 'hygiene hypothesis' suggests
we are staying too clean by remaining indoors with
our hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial soap, and not
training our immune system to become fully devel-
oped," he says. "There's some promising research
that shows kids who grow up playing in the dirt and
on farms actually have less asthma and allergic
rashes of the skin. In essence, kids who are exposed
to bacteria and elements in nature train their im-
mune systems to be better balanced, so in the long
run, they may remain healthier."
Studies have also shown that depression de-
creases during the summer months. Perhaps the
feeling of community and friendship that grows
during the summer months is the reason for this de-
crease. There are more picnics, parties, family re-
unions and vacations during the summer months.
Madison offers extensive opportunity to experi-
ence some "fun in the sun." Whether it is taking a
dive at Blue Springs, playing a few holes at Madison
Country Club, skiing around Cherry Lake or fishing
at one of the community's many ponds, there is al-
ways something going on. Derrick Floyd shares, "I
love playing golf because it gives me a chance to be
outside. Also it allows me to get away from stress
and be challenged while still having fun."
However, there are risks associated with too
much sun exposure. In Florida, the risk of dehydra-
tion is high, and everyone is recommended to drink
a lot of water during the summer months. It is also
essential to keep skin protected from the suns harm-
ful rays. Always wearing an SPF 15 or higher will en-
sure that your skin is protected. Another way to
gain protection from the sun is to wear a hat or use
an umbrella.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney, July 13, 2010
Travis Hammock putts the ball while Derrick
Floyd holds the flag out of the way at the Madison
Country Club. Travis Hammock stated, "I love golfing
and being outside because it gives me a chance to
do what I love and just do my own thing."


Jalen Johnson, a 10th grader from Madison County High School, relaxes with his laptop around Lake
Francis. A lover of baseball, Jalen checks the stats of his favorite teams.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, July 13, 2010
Enjoying the summer sun are (left to right) mother, Nicky Titus, and daughters Amber Szalewski and
Kayla Szalewski. Nicky Titus explained, "We come to Lake Francis to walk every chance we get."

Get Ready For Lobster Seasons


Recreational and
commercial harvest sea-
sons for spiny lobster in
Florida reopen soon. The
special two-day spiny lob-
ster sport season comes
first, July 28-29 this year,
followed by the regular
commercial and recre-
ational lobster season,
Aug. 6 - March 31.
The special two-day
sport season occurs on
the last consecutive
Wednesday and Thursday
in July each year to let
recreational fishermen
collect spiny lobsters be-
fore commercial lobster
traps are placed in the
water. Commercial fish-
ermen may begin putting
traps in the water Aug. 1,
and recreational and
commercial fishermen
may harvest spiny lob-
sters starting Aug. 6.
Spiny lobsters must
have a carapace length
greater than 3 inches to
be legal take during open
seasons, and divers must
possess a measuring de-
vice and measure all lob-


sters in the water.
During the two-day
spiny lobster sport sea-
son, recreational divers
and snorkelers can take
up to six lobsters per per-
son daily in Monroe
County and Biscayne Na-
tional Park waters and 12
lobsters per person daily
in other Florida waters.
They may possess no
more than the daily bag
limit of lobsters while on
the water.
When off the water,
they may possess the dai-
ly bag limit on the first
day and double the daily
bag limit on the second
day Possession limits are
enforced on and off the
water during the two-day
sport season.
Night diving for
spiny lobsters during the
two-day sport season is il-
legal in Monroe County,
and all harvest of lob-
sters is prohibited in
John Pennekamp Coral
Reef State Park during
the two-day season.
Lobster harvest also


is prohibited at all times
in Everglades National
Park, Dry Tortugas Na-
tional Park, Biscayne
Bay/Card Sound Spiny
Lobster Sanctuary, cer-
tain areas in Pennekamp
Park, and no-take areas in
the Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary
During the Aug. 6 -
March 31 regular season,
the daily recreational bag
and on-the-water posses-
sion limit is six spiny lob-
sters per person.
Lobster harvesters
must have a saltwater
fishing license and a
spiny lobster permit to
recreationally harvest
spiny lobsters unless they
are exempt from recre-
ational license require-
ments. Information
about these licenses and
permits is available on-


line at MyFWC.com /Li-
cense.
Divers and snorkel-
ers must display a
"divers-down" flag (red
with a white diagonal
stripe) while in the water.
Divers-down flags dis-
played on vessels must be
at least 20 inches by 24
inches, and a stiffener is
required to keep the flag
unfurled. Dive flags car-
ried on floats must be at
least 12 inches by 12 inch-
es. More information on
divers-down flag require-
ments is available online
at MyFWC.com /RULE-
SANDREGS.
Additional informa-
tion on recreational spiny
lobster fishing, including
how to measure spiny
lobster, is available online
at MyFWC.com/ RULE-
SANDREGS.


I G ul R e d Sn a p rS p o rtSe a * so n C l s e s J u y 4


The recreational
harvest season for red
snapper in all waters of
the Gulf of Mexico off
Florida closes on July
24. This closure was es-
tablished to limit the
harvest of red snapper
in the Gulf and help re-
build overfished stocks


so anglers can enjoy bet-
ter red snapper fishing
in the future.
The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission in-
creased its data
collection efforts during
this year's open season
to estimate how many


red snapper anglers in
the Gulf took. If this in-
formation shows catch
levels were less than this
year's established recre-
ational Gulf red snap-
per harvest quota due to
fishing closures caused
by the BP Deepwater
Horizon oil spill, it may


be possible to reopen
the recreational Gulf
red snapper season this
fall.
Updated informa-
tion about red snapper
management and regu-
lations is available on-
line at MyFWC.com
/RULESANDREGS.


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I Buy Junk, all kinds, free
removal.

Other Services Available
Mowing, bush hogging,
clean up, etc
Call Kevin @
850-210-3137
6/23, rtn, n/c


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Artificial Insemination and
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through Texas A&M
850-464-1165
William Greene
6/23, rtn, n/c

I build Sheds, Decks &
Well Houses & I sell Steel
Buildings. Call Bob
850-242-9342
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WELDING
New & Used Parts
Senior Citizen Discounts
Other Services Available
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Madison, FL 32340
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barge and trailer with 50 hp
Johnson. Call Tommy
Greene 973-4141
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up truck tool boxes.
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973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
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Fridgeaire upright digital
freezer self defrost, excellent
condition $450.00, 13 BTU
Fridgeaire window AC unit,
brand new, used only 2
weeks, $250.00, Call Debbie,
at 971-5456, serious buyers
please
7/21, pd


1997 Fifth-wheel, 2 slide
outs, 2 roof air, 32 foot long,
in very good condition,
$9000.00, call 850-971-5456

Semi National Truck driver
seat, brand new, all the op-
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$450.00, call 850-971-5456


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Senior's and Disabled.
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HUD vouchers accept-
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In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now $99,000.
2 BR/1 BA. Fully Furnished,
New Metal Roof, and New
Paint. Utility Building with
Washer and Dryer. Nice Fruit
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Office Space For Rent
Call the Fitness Place at
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for your loved ones, excel-
lent references, in Madison
County. Available to work
any shift. 464-0353
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GRANNYS AUCTION
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Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage.
Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Dr.
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Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
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For Sale or Lease

Restaurant great opportunity
for breakfast, lunch, dinner
& pizza. Must sell due to ill-
ness, some financing avail-
able. Call Spaghetti House
and ask for Bob
850-973-3965
6/23, rtn, c


Earn Extra Money

with a fun group of local
folks. Call 929-4222 for
details
6/23 - 7/16, pd

Mystery Shoppers
earn up to $150 per day un-
der cover shoppers needed to
judge retail and dining estab-
lishments. No experience
required. Call
888-731-1180
7/7 - 7/28, pd

HouseKeeper Needed
experienced required, call
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7/21, rtn, c


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Wednesday and Friday.
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Carpenter Wanted
Full time or Part time, must
know how to use a level and
a tape measure
464-2500
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Experienced Mechanic
Needed for general farm
equipment. Ideal applicant is
dependable and trustworthy.
Welding and mechanical ex-
perience needed. Compensa-
tion equivalent to experience.
Excellent opportunity with a
drug-free workplace. Please
fax resume to 850-971-0006

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Pulp and Paper Technology, or related field preferred)
* Work experience in a reliability engineering or similar role is preferred
* PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
* Strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Outstanding written and verbal communication skills


INFORMATION SYSTEM ANALYST
JOB OVERVIEW: Buckeye is searching for candidates to provide information systems support for
the manufacturing execution system. These individuals will[[ maintain systems that support the
information and data requirements to produce product, optimize manufacturing operating cost and
control product uniformity and quality. We are looking for candidates that possess:
* Bachelors Degree in Information Systems or related field
* Work experience in an Information Systems/Technology or Database Management Role is preferred


* Experience integrating PLCs and controls devices with process information systems
* Windows Server 2003 experience and certification
* Database management experience
* SQL coding experience (Oracle, SQL Server, or SQLP[us)
* Application development experience C++, VB or VB.net, Java, XML
* Manufacturing experience in information systems integration is a plus


HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATE - PAYROLL
JOB OVERVIEW: Buckeye is searching for a candidate to administer weekly payroll for about 460
hourly technicians and supporting monthly payroll for salaried employees. This individual will[[
administer the retirement plan and provides assistance with other administrative functions including
security and backup for other Human Resources Associates in the Human Resources Department. We
are looking for candidates that possess:
* Associates or Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or Human
Resources, or at least 5 years experience in payroll[[, accounting or finance.
* Very proficient in office software applications (Microsoft Excel, Word Outlook)
* Experience in payroll processing particularly with ADP is a significant plus.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to handle payroll, financial and
personnel data in a confidential manner.
As a member of our team you will[[ enjoy a very competitive wage and benefit package which includes:
* Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
* Life insurance
* Disability insurance
* Paid holidays and vacation
* 401(k) with match
* Retirement plan with company contribution



TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Please register online at www.employflorida.com and submit your resume to the Workforce
Employer Resource Center located at 705 East Base St. Madison, Florida 32340. The Center
is open Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and their tort free phone
number is (866) 367-4758. Resumes may be e-mailed to EFM-Employers@nfwdb.org or faxed
to Workforce at (850) 973-9757.

Registration must be completed and resumes received by 4:00 p.m. Monday, July 26,
2010 to be considered. Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated
written tests, interviews, and post-offer physical exam. Pre-employment drug screening and
background check is required.

BUCKEYE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


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Full Time: Building Grounds & Maintenance Worker

To perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled work in the
maintenance & repair of buildings, fixtures & plant equip-
ment; to perform grounds maintenance duties; to do related
work as required. Ability to follow oral and written instruc-
tions; must be able to work with a minimum of supervision.
Valid High School diploma or equivalent is required. Valid
Florida drivers license required. Applications can be ob-
tained at Lee City Hall, 286 NE CR 255 Lee, M-F 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., or www.leeflorida.org
TOL is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.

FULL TIME STAKING TECHNICIAN

Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a
full-time Staking Technician in our Madison Office. The
candidate is required to have an Associate's Degree. Two or
more years of responsible electric utility experience is pre-
ferred.

The ideal candidate should have excellent people skills,
above average analytical abilities, good PC skills, and the
ability to evaluate field conditions and make quick decisions
related to complex line designs and modifications.

The Cooperative offers competitive salary and benefits.

Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.

Please send resume and completed Tri-County Employment
Application Form, which is available at any TCEC office or
online at www.tcec.com, before August 3, to:

Stephanie Carroll
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
P. 0. Box 208
Madison, FL 32341
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Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.

FULL TIME LEAD MEMBER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE

Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a
full-time Lead Member Service Representative in our Madi-
son Office. The candidate is required to have an Associate's
Degree and two to three years of quality customer service
experience.

The ideal candidate should have outstanding people skills,
exceptional supervisory abilities, advanced PC skills, and
the ability to plan, organize and facilitate community inter-
actions.

The Cooperative offers competitive salary and benefits.

Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.

Please send resume and completed Tri-County Employment
Application Form, which is available at any TCEC office or
online at www.tcec.com, before August 6, to:

Stephanie Carrol
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
P. 0. Box 208
Madison, FL 32341

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CERTIFICATE NO.: 03-510-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2003
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: LINDA VANE
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: WILLIE PEEK
NOTICE OF TAX DEED APPLICATION
We are enclosing a notification of application for Tax Deed on property in
Madison County, Florida, which is presently assessed in your name. If the
property is not redeemed by 11:00 a.m. on August 20, 2010, it will be sold on
the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder....................$ 328.54
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$2,561.15
Interest.......................................................$ 85.48
Total...........................................................$2,976.37
The Clerk will accept only a certified check, money order or cash for the
cost of redeeming the tax certificate. The address of the clerk's office is:
125 SW Range Avenue Clerk of Courts
Room 106 or P. 0. Box 237
Madison, Florida 32340 Madison, Florida 3234
If we can be of additional assistance in this matter, please contact our office
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; telephone number: (850)
973-1500.
Sincerely,
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF COURTS
BY: Ramona Dickinson
DEPUTY CLERK

7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6


CERTIFICATE NO.: 03-964-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2003
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: LINDA VANE
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: GEORGE & CAROLINE C CARSWELL
NOTICE OF TAX DEED APPLICATION
We are enclosing a notification of application for Tax Deed on property in
Madison County, Florida, which is presently assessed in your name. If the
property is not redeemed by 11:00 a.m. on August 20, 2010, it will be sold on
the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder....................$ 294.08
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$5,551.28
Interest.......................................................$ 175.36
Total...........................................................$ 6,020.72
The Clerk will accept only a certified check, money order or cash for the
cost of redeeming the tax certificate. The address of the clerk's office is:
125 SW Range Avenue Clerk of Courts
Room 106 or P. 0. Box 237
Madison, Florida 32340 Madison, Florida 32341
If we can be of additional assistance in this matter, please contact our office
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; telephone number: (850)
973-1500.
Sincerely,
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF COURTS
BY:Ramona Dickinson
DEPUTY CLERK

7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL CASE NO. 2010-351-CA
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA and the taxpayers,
property owners and citizens of Madison County,
Florida, et al.,
Defendants.

VALIDATION OF SCHOOL BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS, SERIES
2010A AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES
2010B
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA, THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR-
NEY FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, AND TO
THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY OWNERS, CITIZENS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS OWN-
ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND ALL
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE PLAIN-
TIFF'S REVENUE AND REFUNDING BONDS, HEREINAFTER MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY
THEREBY;
The above cause coming on to be heard upon the Complaint this
day filed herein by the School Board of Madison County, Florida (the
"School Board"), seeking to determine the authority of the School Board to
issue its Capital Improvement Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2010A and
its Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2010B, in the aggregate
amount of not to exceed $2,500,000 (collectively, the "Bonds"), a more par-
ticular description of said Bonds being contained in the Complaint filed in
these proceedings, to determine the legality of the proceedings had and taken
in connection therewith, and the legality of the provisions, covenants and
agreements contained therein and the revenues pledged to the payment
thereof, and seeking a judgment of this Court to validate the proceedings for
said Bonds, the revenues pledged for the payment thereof, and said Bonds
when issued pursuant thereto, and said Complaint now having been present-
ed to this Court, for entry of an Order to Show Cause pursuant to chapter
75, Florida Statutes, and the Court being fully advised in the premises:

IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the State of Florida,
through the State Attorney of the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, and the
several taxpayers, property owners and citizens of Madison County, includ-
ing non-residents owning property or subject to taxation therein, and all oth-
ers having or claiming any right, title or interest in property to be affected in
any way thereby, or to be affected thereby, be and they are each hereby re-
quired to appear and show cause, if any there be, before this Court on the
12th of August, 2010, at 1:15 p.m. in the Chambers of the undersigned Judge
at the Madison County Courthouse, 125 Southwest Range Avenue, Madison,
Florida, why the prayer of said Complaint should not be granted and why
the proceedings for said Bonds when issued pursuant thereto and the rev-
enues pledged to the payment thereof should not be validated and confirmed
as therein prayed.

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that this
Order to Show Cause be published in the manner required by section 75.06,
Florida Statutes.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that by
such publication of this Order all taxpayers, property owners and citizens of
Madison County, including non-residents owning property or subject to tax-
ation therein and all others having or claiming any right, title or interest in
Madison County or the taxable property therein or in any property to be af-
fected by the issuance of said Bonds or to be affected in any way thereby, or
the validity of such Bonds or of any revenues pledged for payment thereof,
or of the proceedings authorizing the issuance of said Bonds, including any
remedies provided for their collection, be and they are made parties defen-
dant to this proceeding, and that this Court shall have jurisdiction of them
to the same extent as if named as defendants in said Complaint and person-
ally served with process in this cause.
DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers at Madison County,
Florida, this 8th day of July, 2010.

HONORABLE GREGORY S. PARKER
CIRCUIT JUDGE


7/16, 7/23


Notice
Madison County will submit the Annual Report required by the State Hous-
ing Initiatives Partnership Program for fiscal years 2007/2008, 2008/2009
and 2009/2010 by September 15, 2010. Copies of the reports are available for
public inspection and comment at the Office of the Chairman of the Madison
County Board of Commissioners, Madison. Florida.
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CERTIFICATE NO.: 07-971-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2007
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: ARTHUR G and FLORIDA SMITH
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: JOSEPH NEIL O'DONNELL
NOTICE OF TAX DEED APPLICATION
We are enclosing a notification of application for Tax Deed on property in
Madison County, Florida, which is presently assessed in your name. If the
property is not redeemed by 11:00 a.m. on August 20, 2010, it will be sold on
the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder....................$ 288.54
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$1,721.96
Interest.......................................................$ 60.30
Total....................................... ......$2,070.80
The Clerk will accept only a certified check, money order or cash for the
cost of redeeming the tax certificate. The address of the clerk's office is:
125 SW Range Avenue Clerk of Courts
Room 106 or P. 0. Box 237
Madison, Florida 32340 Madison, Florida 32341
If we can be of additional assistance in this matter, please contact our office
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; telephone number: (850)
973-1500.
Sincerely,
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF COURTS
BY: Ramona Dickinson
DEPUTY CLERK

7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF MADSION, FLORIDA
AUGUST 10, 2010 AT 5:30 PM
AT CITY HALL
The City of Madison shall conduct a public hearing regarding the City's
grant/loan application with USDA for an Aerial Ladder Fire Truck. All citi-
zens are invited to attend and participate.

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CERTIFICATE NO.: 03-959-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2003
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: LINDA VANE
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: GEORGE & CAROLINE C CARSWELL
NOTICE OF TAX DEED APPLICATION
We are enclosing a notification of application for Tax Deed on property in
Madison County, Florida, which is presently assessed in your name. If the
property is not redeemed by 11:00 a.m. on August 20, 2010, it will be sold on
the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder...................$ 294.08
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$5,566.97
Interest........................................................$ 175.82
Total...........................................................$6,116.87
The Clerk will accept only a certified check, money order or cash for the
cost of redeeming the tax certificate. The address of the clerk's office is:
125 SW Range Avenue Clerk of Courts
Room 106 or P. 0. Box 237
Madison, Florida 32340 Madison, Florida 32341
If we can be of additional assistance in this matter, please contact our office
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; telephone number: (850)
973-1500.
Sincerely,
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF COURTS
BY: Ramona Dickinson
DEPUTY CLERK


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Friday, July 23, 2010


I grew up on the Gulf Coast. I know these waters. And I'm
doing everything I can to clean them up.
- Fred Lemond, BP Cleanup Operations


Making This Right

Beaches
Claims

Cleanup
Economic Investment
Environmental Restoration
Health and Safety
Wildlife


For information visit: bp.com
restorethegulf.gov
facebook.com/bpamerica
twitter.com/bp_america
youtube.com/bp


BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf. And that includes
keeping you informed.

Searching For And Cleaning Up The Oil
Every morning, over 50 spotter planes and helicopters search for oil off the coast,
heading to areas previously mapped with satellite imagery and infrared photography.
Once oil is found, they radio down to the 6,000 ships and boats of all sizes that are
supporting the cleanup effort and working to collect the oil. These are thousands of
local shrimping and fishing boats organized into task forces and strike teams, plus
specialized skimmers mobilized from as far as the Netherlands.

We have recovered more than 27 million gallons of oil-water mixture from the Gulf.
Other methods have also helped remove millions of additional gallons of oil from the
water. We've deployed more than 8 million feet of boom to protect beaches and
sensitive wildlife areas.

Hurricane Preparedness
In the event of a hurricane, our first priority is keeping people safe. In coordination
with the Coast Guard and local officials, we may suspend operations temporarily but
have organized to resume them as soon as possible.

Our Responsibility
We have already spent more than $3.2 billion responding to the spill and on the
cleanup, and none of this will be paid by taxpayers. We will work in the Gulf as long
as it takes to get this done. We may not always be perfect but we will do everything
we can to make this right.


For assistance, please call:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
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K : 5= 25= " .3 &5 =2D .5 3 5 = D 5 >. + 3 G7 7 1" >" 1 1 8 # ( M 9 4 @ E -* F *6: " b r f r f t % t 3 .3 &5= 2 D . 53 1 2 " " D. 3 + & 5 = D , 5>" . 3 / G =" 3 3 " " . 3 + , " 1 7 ="DG = 3 . 3 + D5 I 5= 0 I . 1 1 " ," 1 D , " & 5 G= D , " 3 "> K 5 & " , 2 53D , & =5 2 6 F $ E 7 :2 : D D," r .>5 3 5 G 3 DK JD " 3 >. 5 3 & & . " 1 5 D" D 6 # * 5 1 1 " +" f 557 r . >53 : , " 2" " D. 3 + . > & ="" 3 57 " 3 D5 D," 7 G 1 . : 5= 25 = " . 3& 5= 2D . 53 7 1 " >" 1 1 8#(M9 F*(E * # 4 : r f f f r f f f H " H " nt rb tb trb fbf t r n &&2$ fr rbr &.$ nb rt n -.2* ( ( % ( " " %/ ( " ) (0! (( #, 1 # ( ,) f )' b nn t f rn bf n bf n b frnf f ' n f f nt n n r r r r r b f r f b b n r r n f b t t b ft t f rf tr tn n f t n b f t f ( 0! ( , ) rf b t t f t" ) r f b t t f t t f t ! )! , r / ( ) !, , t r nbr rf r r r r b t nfr f b fnt t f n r n r br r n f r r n t r r f n b brt f t K "H . 3 : 2 .D, r fr ! n r!& r b # b ! G=. 3+ D," 5 G=> " 5 & . D> .3 H" >D. +D. 53 . 3D5 D," G== " 3D G1 & 5 & r "J. 5 5 .1 >7 . 11 , " >>5 . D" =" >> I > +. H" 3 .3 &5= 2 D. 5 3 & =5 2 D," D,"3-5 & ' " 5& r . 3"= 1 r 3+ "2 "3D "= H. "> D , D I > 35 D 2 0. 3+ 1 5D 5 & > " 3> ": > 2 . 11 .5 3> 5 & + 1 1 53 > 5 & =G " >7" I " .3D5 D," +G1& I D"=> 3 D ," 5 H" = >. +,D K r r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t3&5 = 2 D. 53 D I . 11 7= 5D "D D ," >5G = "> 53 I,5 2 /5 G=31 .> D> = "1K & =52 , H.3+ D ,". = . "3D. D." > " J7 5 >" .3 11 GD & "I . = G2 > D 3" > .3 1G .3 + I," =" 3 D .53 1 > " G=. DK 53 "=3> = " = .> " : .H " K " = > .3 D," 2 0. 3 + D ," G== "3D H " = > . 53 5 & D,. > .1 1 . > > G7 7 5 =D" K 2 5 =" D, 3 (M / 5G=3 1 .>2 5 = + 3 . L D . 5 3 > D, " ,.D" b 5 G> " D , " n G >D . " " 7 = D2"3D 3 2 5 >D 5 & K 5 G= 5 3 + =" > >. 53 1 " 1 "+D. 53: r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D G "3 D>: .D.L "3> I ,5 H 1 G " D," .2 7 5 =D 3" 5 & D = 3 >7 ="3 K . 3 + 5 H "= 3 3 " 3 D ,. 3 0 D, " 2 " = . 3 7 =" >> 3"" > D5 53 D. 3G " D5 > "= H " > D," I D, 5+ 5 3 D , " &" " = 1 + 5 H" =3 2" 3D >, 5G1 D" 11 D , ". = >" 3D5 => D5 >G775 =D D , .> 2 " > G = " : , " 1 5 0 . > D.0 .3+ > 5 3 + =" >> I . 11 = " " >> . 3 G +G >D: " 1 1 K5 G= > " 3 D 5= D 5 , H " D ," . 1 1 2 5H " D5 &G1 1 " 3D" H 5D " > >5 5 3 > 7 5 > > .1 " 3 > G 7 7 5 = D .D> 7> > +": . D ,5G D D , . > . 11 > D 5= ."> D,D && " D 1 . H" > 1 .0" D, " 5. 1 >7 . 11 . 3 D," G 1& I .1 1 3" H "= +" D D," "D . 1 " DD" 3D. 53 D ,"K 3 " " D 5 = . 3+ 5GD , 3 + ": . D , 5G D D, . > . 11 K 5 G= +5 H " = 32 "3 D , > "D D"= ,3" 5& 5 7" = D. 3+ . 3 = 03" > > 5 = 1 K .3 + .D> I K 5 GD 5& D= 5 G 1 ": b " 17 = .3+ D,.> D5 3 " 3 K H 5 . . 3 + > G775 =D & 5 = : **# : 3 1K I," 3 D ," = " . > & = "" ) 5 I 5& . 3&5 =2D.5 3 & = 5 2 D, " +5H " = 3 2" 3D D 5 . D> 7 " 5 7 1 " 3 I " D= G1K 7 7 =" . 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