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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
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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2010
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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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Friday, July 30, 2010


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Janis Bunting
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Time


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Madison

County

Seeks New

Green Jobs
By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County is a prime can-
didate to apply for federal grants to
create new green jobs, according
to Dr. Neil Seldman, president of
the Institute for Self-Reliance in
Washington, D.C.
Seldman presented a resource
recovery/economic development
workshop on July 15 at the Board-
room of the County Commission-
ers. "You've got a role model in
Madison," he said, praising county
leaders for wise decisions in landfill
ownership, negotiating with bailers
and haulers, and for manning the
recycling centers.
"I will say you are well suited
for these type of federal grants,"
said Seldman. "First of all, you own
your facilities. I can't stress how im-
portant that is."
Brainstorming on ways to
bring green jobs to Madison County,
Seldman suggested two projects
well-suited to the area: collecting
food scraps for composting at a new
food source separation facility, and
developing an electronic scrap facil-
ity, known as e-scrap, to hand-dis-
mantle electronics such as
computers.
"I know garbage is not the most
Please see Green Jobs, Page 3


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The cost for consumers
of Lee's wastewater system
depends upon the numbers.
The numbers originally pre-
sented by engineer Joe Mit-
tauer to the town are
different than the actual
numbers. The numbers were
a topic of discussion at a
special Lee Town Council
held Tuesday, July 20.
In one of the service ar-
eas looked at, Mittauer had
said that there would be 158
hookups. Council member
Shirley Yeager pointed out
that there were would be
only 113 hookups for the
sewer line currently being
constructed in that area.
"We put together a count
that was actually done be-
fore the job was designed as
a part of the facilities plan,"


Mittauer said. "That was on
a conceptual level before
the job had been surveyed
or designed."
Mittauer said that he
thought the original count
was done in March 2009.
"There are lots of ways
to calculate this or skin this
cat," he maintained.
"But it never changed
until September," Yeager
responded. "It just stayed
the same. We should have
known."
Mittauer's total origi-
nal figure was 225 and Yea-
ger's was 164, a
61-connection difference.
"Those were false fig-
ures you gave us," Yeager
told Mittauer. "They never
matched up."
Because of the discrep-
Please see Wastewater,
Page 3


Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap
A fallen tree caused damage to the fence at John Lewis'
house.

Thunderstorm

Hits The City


Of Madison
Sunday, July 25, the City of Madison experienced a strong
thunderstorm late in the afternoon. A 32-mile per hour wind gust
was recorded on East Bunker Street.
Most of the visible wind damage was just north of Hwy 90 in
a swath about four blocks wide near the hospital and on to north
of Livingston Street.
Large limbs created damage as they fell in the Four Freedoms
Park across from the Courthouse. Another large limb on Shelby
Extension took down a multi-pair telephone line.
John Lewis had a tree crush part of the fence on the east end
of his property. Flooding from the heavy rain was reported
at several intersections in the City Madison Fire and Rescue,
along with city workers, the Madison Police Department and the
Madison County Sheriff's Office were all very busy between 5:30-
7 p.m.
A lightning strike created damage at the 911 Dispatch Center
at the Madison County Jail.
The National Weather Service had put out a special statement
for Madison.
KJ


Engineer Joe Mittauer, left, was called on the carpet by
some residents of the Town of Lee. Looking on at the right is
Joan Douglas, with the Southeast Rural Community Assis-
tance Program. Eddie and James Bell are seated behind Dou-
glas.


Ragans

Announces

Candidacy For

School Board,

District 1
I, Ronnie Ragans,
announce my candidacy
for school board mem-
ber District I. I sincerely
ask for the vote and sup-
port of all registered
voters in District I. I
have the experience and
desire to serve. My expe-
rience includes eight
years (1994-2002) of ser-
vice as School Board
Member for District 1. I
understand the duties F
and responsibilities of a
school board member in
developing policies, pro-
cedures, staffing and the budget. My experience
also includes 24 years of being self-employed and
owner of Madison Travel and Fantasy Motor-
coaches. I truly feel that I can make a positive dif-
ference for the students and employees of the
school system. I can and will work with everyone
involved to meet the goals presently established. I
believe teamwork is necessary to achieve success
in our schools. I feel that academic improvement
should be an educational goal of both students
and staff. A healthy and safe learning environ-
ment is also essential. I welcome the opportunity
to work with all students, parents, and staff to
maintain and improve the Madison County School
system.
Whether you vote absentee, early vote (August
9 - 21) or on First Primary Election Day (August
24th), please consider me as you vote.
Thank you,
Ronnie Ragans
Political advertisement paid for and approved
by Ronnie Ragans, non-partisan, for Madison
County School Board, District 1


Madison's Got Talent: Brooke Bezick,

f Aspiring Model And Actress


By Kristin
I Finney
Giewne
Publishing,
Inc.
Brooke
Bezick,
the 17-
7 year old
f daugh-
ter of
r Linda and
. Bob Bezick is
L na king her
\,ay into Holly-
wood one cast-
ing call at a
time. Brooke


graduated from Madison County High
School this June; she was ranked fifth
in the class. She also was named Miss
MCHS her senior year. Brooke is a
lover of sports and was a member of
the varsity Cowgirls' basketball team.
She was also on the volleyball and ten-
nis teams. However, Brooke's abilities
reach far beyond sports.
In 2008 Brooke began modeling for
Barbizon, an agency that trains their
students on how to become confident,
poised and better prepared to enter the
modeling world.
Brooke and her family travel
across the southeast to attend casting
calls. Brooke has been in several films,
both as leads and extras. Brooke has


been the lead, co-lead or principal role
in: Vengeance, Strega, The Legend of
the Family Stone, Farewell and Mexi-
can Santa. She has also worked as an
extra in films with: Kate Hudson,
Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Blake
Lively, Ryan Reynolds and Tim Rob-
bins.
Brooke Bezick has also been in sev-
eral local productions. She was the sup-
porting female role in Lady Pirates of
the Carribean and she was also the lead
female part in The Princess and the
Pea, both were with the Sentinel Up-
stage Players Troupe.
On calls, Brooke is accompanied by
her entire family. Brooke shares, "They
Please see Bezick, Page 3


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Lee Residents Upset At

Proposed Wastewater Costs


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Turn Back Time 10 Legals 13
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The Schwinn


Bicycle
When I was nine or ten years old, my father
bought me a bicycle.
The bicycle was not your normal, less expen-
sive, run-of-the-mill type Western Flyers that
you bought at a Western Auto store. Nope. My
bike was the Cadillac of bikes, or, better yet, the
Rolls Royce of bicycles. It was a Schwinn.
Unfortunately, my friends could not see the
value of the bike. There was rust in some places
and the bicycle was too big for me at the time.
I rode that bicycle anyway It took me where
I wanted to go.
My father had paid five dollars to the son of
his boss for the bicycle. I will admit that I was
disappointed because I wanted a shinier 10-
speed bicycle. This bicycle had only two speeds -
go and stop and I was fortunate that it had
brakes on the pedal.
The more I rode the bicycle and the more I
grew, the more I came to appreciate it.
Over the years, I have learned the value of
money and the hard work that goes into earning
it. I have also realized the sacrifices that my par-
ents made for my siblings and me over the years.
I now know how much work went into buy-
ing the Schwinn for me. I also realize that, back
in those days, a Schwinn wasn't just any bicycle;
it was a Schwinn. There was special care put
into the making of those bicycles, just like my
parents put special care into rearing their chil-
dren and teaching us right from wrong.
The Schwinn, in a way, not only reminds me
of my parents, but of my Savior. He is perfect,
yet He is scarred because He took my sins upon
his back. He was nailed to the Cross for me.
Those dents and scratches on Jesus are my fault.
He did not have to do it for me, or for you, but He
did it for all of us. He paid the ultimate sacri-
fice.
Too often today, people are like I was when I
had that bicycle. I didn't realize its full value
and they don't realize how valuable a relation-
ship with Jesus Christ really is.


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Hot, humid weather is
the perfect breeding ground
for many different bacteria ,-
that cause food borne ill-
nesses. During the summer, Madison Count
you need to take extra pre- Extension Servic
cautions to keep your
kitchen clean to reduce your
family's exposure to bacte- Diann Douglas
ria. When cleaning your Guest Columnist
kitchen, it's important to re-
member there's more to the
task than shiny floors and
neatly arranged countertops.
Summer is a great time to target harmful bacteria
that can multiply on kitchen surfaces and in your refrig-
erator. Those 24 hour flu bugs or episodes of mild
headaches and nausea might very well be illness due to
those invisible germs lurking around your own kitchen.
Bacteria like salmonella, staphyloccuss, E. coli and liste-
ria are just some of the bacteria that may be hanging
out. While you can't see or smell bacteria, they are
everywhere and they especially like moist environ-
ments. A clean and dry kitchen helps protect you and
your family from foodborne illness.
A clean kitchen relies on more than just looks,
USDA's Fight BAC! campaign has key cleaning steps to
follow. By using these steps, you can help prevent bacte-
ria from spreading through your kitchen.
Always clean surfaces thoroughly with hot soapy
water. Sanitize your kitchen countertops with diluted
chlorine bleach. Use 1 teaspoon of bleach to 1 quart of
water. Be sure to dry with clean paper towels after


each cleaning.
.te.n. Disinfect dishcloths of-
ten. Launder dishcloths
frequently using the hot wa-
yV ter cycle of the washing ma-
p i;chine. Then be sure to dry
them in the dryer. These
items harbor bacteria and
1 . when wet, promote bacteri-
Sal growth. Also, consider
using paper towels to clean
up kitchen surfaces. When
done, throw the towel away.
Rid your refrigerator of spills, bacteria, mold and
mildew. Clean your refrigerator weekly to kill germs
that could contaminate foods. To tackle bacteria,
mold and mildew, clean interior refrigerator surfaces
with hot soapy water. Rinse with a damp cloth and al-
low surfaces to air dry.
Clean your kitchen sink drain and disposal once
or twice a week by pouring a solution of 1 teaspoon of
chlorine bleach in 1 quart of water down the drain
Food particles get trapped in the drain and disposal,
creating the perfect environment for bacterial growth.
For more information on food safety, contact the
Madison County Extension Service.
The University of Florida Extension/IFAS- Madi-
son County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Af-
firmative Action Employer authorized to provide
research, educational information and other services
only to individuals and institutions that function with-
out regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap or national
origin.


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

Thanks To Those Who Helped With Senior Citizens Committee Grand Opening


Dear Editor (and everyone else)
I want to express my deep appre-
ciation to all the people who helped
provide refreshments for the Grand
Opening Reception at Madison Coun-
ty's new Senior Citizens Center on
July 18. What a terrific occasion it
was, thanks in part to those who
made sandwiches, arranged fruit
trays, baked cakes, and created fabu-
lous sweet treats. These churches
contributed to the delicacies for the
day: First United Methodist of Madi-
son, Pineland Missionary Baptist,
Unity Baptist, Evergreen Missionary
Baptist, Greenville United
Methodist, Rocky Springs United
Methodist, Grace Presbyterian, Gen-


esis, Mt. Nebo AME, Shiloh, St. Vin-
cent De Paul Catholic, Hanson Unit-
ed Methodist, Cherry Lake United
Methodist, Damascus Missionary
Baptist, and Fellowship Baptist. The
Madison Garden Club brought little
brownies and fudge bites, and those
come-back-for-more cakes came from
Winn-Dixie, T.T.'s Bakery, and Keri
English at O'Neal's.
The Decoration Committee from
First United Methodist Church (Jen-
ny Andrews, Penny Worden, and
Myra Valentine) created the attrac-
tive designs in the dining hall, and
we thank them for their beautiful
work.
I especially want to thank Ra-


mona Dickinson, along with Deloris
Jones and the ladies from Genesis for
their assistance in serving the food
and the punch. You ladies were in-
valuable to me.
In the busy-ness of the day, I may
have overlooked someone who
brought dishes in. Please contact me
if I have omitted your name.
To all of these generous people
- I cannot thank you enough. How
very precious you are. You helped
make the Senior Center dedication
day truly an afternoon to remember.
Sincerely,
Ginger Jarvis
Refreshments Committee Coor-
dinator and very grateful person


30 YEARS AGO


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Love You
- Johnny


O tis Augustus Boreguard (Basset Hound
Dog) is proud to announce the upcoming
wedding of his Master, Dan Buchanan of
Pinetta, Florida to Paulette Nash Lloyd of Live
Oak, Florida.
Dan has worked for Florida Farm Bureau for
nearly 36 years, and Paulette has worked for the
Suwannee County Farm Bureau for 19 years.
The wedding will be held at the Groom's
home near Pinetta on November 27th. The
wedding ceremony will take place beginning at
4:00 p.m. and a Bar-B-Que meal will follow
immediately.
Along with Otis, the children of the Groom &
the children of the Bride cordially invite family and
friends to attend. No invitations are being sent.













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From page One


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3


Wastewater

cont from Page 1
ancies, the wastewater bill will be higher for resi-
dents of Lee. Those who live outside the city lim-
its will have an even higher bill since they are not
subject to city taxes. In addition, they will be sub-
ject to an increase in the bill each year because the
town went in with the City of Madison on the sys-
tem.
Dianne Beck, a Lee resident, asked Mittauer
during the meeting to look her in the eye, and tell
her that he did not lie to the residents of Lee at
first.
"I never lied to the town council," Mittauer
replied, never answering Beck's question as she
stated it.
Kathy Bass, another city resident, told the
board, "You guys have put this town in a precari-
ous situation. These figures have gone up and up."
After about an hour of the discussion, Council
Member Roger Parsons made a motion to suspend
work for 90 days so that the council could regroup
and think it over.
Bailey Browning, attorney for the Town of
Lee, advised that this would cost the Town of Lee
even more. Parsons withdrew his motion.
The Lee Town Council will meet Tuesday, Aug.
3, at 7 p.m. at Ernestine E. Kinsey Hall inside the
Lee Town Hall.


Bezick


cont from Page 1

are really supportive." She has traveled to many dif-
ferent locations for casting calls. Some of these places
include New Orleans, La., Atlanta, Ga., Orlando and
Tampa. Brooke fell in love with modeling and acting at
a young age. She began modeling and that led her into
the acting industry She shared, " I have watched so
many movies in my life and I absolutely love them. And,
working on the sets that I have been on makes me love
acting even more each time. You get to meet a bunch of
new people on each set and come to form friendships
with them." She also shares her favorite parts of "the
biz." "I love the traveling end of it. I get to see new
places and meet a lot of new people and form friend-
ships. I also love the relationship between the other cast
members and myself. You joke around behind the
scenes and have a great time and that is what makes it
all worthwhile. Oh, and of course, the free food!" Dur-
ing the upcoming months, Brooke is taking part in sev-
eral films and will stay very busy, so she plans to attend
online classes through the University of West Florida.
Her sister, Brittany Bezick, also attends UWE While
there Brooke plans to study telecommunication and
film. Brooke says she plans to continue the entertain-
ment business through college as well as after.
Those interested in supporting Brooke can visit her
IMDB page at www.imdb.me/brookebezick.com. You
can then click on the "like" button to add your support.


Madison County...


7/21
Danny Roy Aikens -
VOP (forgery), VOP
(grand theft auto)
Jabaria Lamere Mc-
Fadden - VOP (driving
while license suspend-
ed)
Michael Brandon
Lincoln - Reckless dri-
ving
Jarman Dewan Har-
ris - Trespass after
warning
7/22
Andrew Ellis Norris
- Criminal registration
Jimmy Lee Bryant -
VOP (circuit)
Stanley Leon Brown
- Felony fleeing, reck-
less driving (first of-
fense)
Joseph Wilkins -
Disorderly intoxication
Anthony Keith Con-
ley - Failure to appear


(criminal mischief, dis-
orderly intoxication)
7/23
Henry Clerance
Johnson - Burglary,
trespass
Columbus Robinson
- VOP (circuit)
James Waylon
Cruce - VOP (out of
county)
Edgar Mora Her-
nandez - No valid dri-
vers license
Christopher Deonta
Arnold - VOP (county)
Raymond Baez San-
tiago, Jr. - Drug (-20
grams marijuana), out
of county warrant
7/24
James Lewis Henry
- Criminal registration
Brittany Renee
Monts - Theft of vehicle,
resisting arrest without
violence, driver's license


Green Jobs

cont from Page 1


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, July 15, 2010
Dan Miller mans the Ravenswood Solid Waste and Recycling Center in Madi-
son.


important thing, but to me
it's important and, appar-
ently, it is to some people
here," said Seldman,
who is a national and inter-
national expert in resource
management. The Institute
for Local Self-Reliance pro-
vides technical assistance
to communities interested
in reducing the flow of ma-
terials to landfills.
At the invitation of
the Madison County Solid
Waste and Recycling De-
partment, Seldman shared
information about what's
happening in Florida, such
as his involvement with
Alachua County's new Re-
source Recovery Park, a
"Waste to Wealth Project"
expected to provide 300 di-
rect jobs, as well as recy-
cling projects that are
succeeding across the na-
tion to create local jobs.
"Our theme is keep it
local - keep the jobs local,
keep the money local, and
we'll all be better off," he
snid


Dr. Seldman received a
$250 honorarium to con-
duct the Madison work-
shop. He recently sent
Madison County Coordina-
tor Allen Cherry a list of
federal grants that are
available for solid waste in-
frastructure changes. His
staff also prepared another
list of grants available
from USDA. He said those
grants might be more rele-
vant because there are oth-
er counties in Madison
County's landfill authority,
including Jefferson, Taylor
and Dixie Counties.
After learning more
about the features of the
Aucilla Area SW Facility,
located on US 221, one mile
southeast of Greenville,
Seldman said: "You have a
very good finance plan.
You have funds for replace-
ment." The Aucilla landfill
was also developed
through a federal grant.
He also understands
that Madison County puts
nrignner labnr to aonnd 1e.


while the other three coun-
ties don't have the capacity.
He said their needs should
be detailed in the federal
grant application, which
will show collaboration, an
important element for the
proposal to be accepted.
Seldman advised
Madison County officials
to develop a cooperative
marketing agreement with
each county in the landfill
authority, giving them the
top prices Madison County
has negotiated. "I could see
a USDA grant to build up
the other counties," stated
Seldman.
Jerome Wyche, coordi-
nator of Madison County
Solid Waste and Recycling
Department, said, "We
have three bailers" as he
explained that prices range
from $125 a ton for card-
board, to $93 a ton for
mixed paper, which is a
mixture of office paper and
newspaper. Seldman
replied that this is a good
drnl Wvch4 snid the ~De-


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, July 15, 2010
Hand dismantling electronics could create new green jobs in Madison.


apartment sells between
$50,000-$60,000 per year in
recycling.
Beth Thorne, director
of the Jefferson County
Solid Waste Department,
attended the workshop.
She said, "One thing we
have to put in place is to
man our collection sites."
She said their recycling
rate is about 9% and about
three years ago when the
market was good, Jefferson
County sold $65,000 worth
of recyclables that year.
"This last year it was
$25,000," said Thorne. She
said they don't currently
get a lot of e-scrap, but she
believes education with fly-


ers and manned collection
sites could change that sit-
uation.
Seldman said Madison
County is strongly posi-
tioned for federal grants in
several areas. "The other
partners are your solid
waste haulers," he said.
"You have it great; they
come to you, that's match-
ing money. Private indus-
try is picking up the
transportation cost."
Once a discussion
takes place on the direction
Madison County wants to
go to develop new green
jobs, Seldman said he is
willing to write the federal
grant narrative and then
Madison County govern-
ment staff will fill in the
county's details. He said
federal grant makers are
looking for collaboration,
innovation and replicabili-
ty: they want to know if
the can do the same th


mercial training of people
in food, explained Seld-
man. He said that educa-
tion alone could be the
focus of a grant in either
one of the landfill authori-
ty counties and that county
Extension Services could
apply for that grant. People
who are eligible for food
stamps could be taught
how to garden using com-
post generated by a food
source separation facility,
he said.
Landfills Don't Need
Computers
Old computers are a
leading source of lead con-
tamination in landfills.
Seldman said there are two
approaches to e-scrap: "In
Sarasota they take all the e-
scrap and shred it, which is
very expensive," said Seld-
man. "I would urge you to
look at hand dismantling.
In Frederick, MD, workers
can be trained in four


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filled out.
"We can do the job
coaching," said Ressler. "I
think it is very much
worth exploring and we
can help coordinate that as
things move forward."
The whole process of
reusing items is "not com-
plicated, it's common
sense," said Seldman. He
believes teaching children
the right thing to do, such
as putting an aluminum
can in the recycling bin, is
a lesson that will carry
over for future genera-
tions.
Looking back on his
own childhood, Seldman
said his job was to bring
shirts to be redone at the
Shirt Hospital during
wartime. "We won World
War II. Recycling was a ma-
jor part of the war effort,"
he said.
Madison County has
ben its recclin efforts


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, July 15, 2010
The audience heard possibilities for small business start-ups and asked
questions.


elsewhere.
Consulting environ-
mental engineer, Frank
Darabi, representing the
Aucilla landfill, said Madi-
son County's expansion
into green jobs will depend
on "homegrown educa-
tion" and the desire of the
citizens to participate. "If
they bring it to you, you
can do something with it,"
he said.
Dr. Seldman was
pleased with the set-up of
Madison County's solid
waste and recycling with
its 12 collection sites strate-
gically placed throughout
the county. "You are a pub-
lic facility. Citizens can
participate in the sites ...
your sites are operated by
workers, which is very
good." He said every time
Madison County residents
recycle, they're saving en-
ergy.
Generally, he said or-
ganic matter is 50% of a
county's waste stream
and it includes some things
people may not think
about, besides fruit and
vegetable scraps, which
can be kept in plastic bags
until composted. Other us-
able items are tree clip-
pings, dirty paper, a pizza
box with grease on it, even
animal manure under
careful supervision can be
redirected into use as gar-
dening compost. Meat
scraps are not used be-
cause they attract animals.
Finished compost
could easily lead to com-


weeks and they're making
$14 an hour," he said.
Computers can be re-
furbished. "This country is
so rich that they throw
computers away," said
Seldman. Instead, one idea
would be to develop a non-
profit group to give refur-
bished computers to
students and teachers. For
any computers that can't
be refurbished, those com-
puters could be separated
by alloys in eight or nine
different bins. "We like
hand dismantling," said
Seldman, who said one
worker can dismantle two
computers in one hour
with approximately $80 in
profit.
Seldman said disabled
workers can be trained to
do some of the hand dis-
mantling jobs and they are
eligible to receive a supple-
ment from the federal gov-
ernment, further reducing
costs to operate the facility.
When contacted after the
workshop, Tim Ressler, ex-
ecutive director of ARC
Madison/Jefferson,
said, "Of course I am inter-
ested in anything that
would provide jobs for per-
sons with disabilities. This
could evolve into a good
partnership."
Ressler said that Vo-
cational Rehabilitation
will reimburse employers
for wages paid to persons
with disabilities if they be-
come a vendor. He ex-
plained that it's basically
just an application to be


admirably - now is the
time to develop small busi-
ness start-ups for new
green jobs and an expand-
ed local tax base. Neil Seld-
man of the Institute for
Local Self-Reliance, is will-
ing to help.
For more infor-
mation, The Institute for
Local Self-Reliance web
site is available at
http://www.ilsrorg/.
M.K. Graves can be
reached at Marianne@gre-
enepublishing.com


uiGGIIC ruuiisiiiiiy, inc. riiuiu uy
Marianne Graves, July 15, 2010
Dr. Neil Seldman of
the Institute for Local
Self-Reliance gives ad-
vice on green jobs.


As a reminder, all of the collection sites
are closed on Sundays. Citizens are
reminded that leaving
waste in front V C A
of a closed S W

collection site
is the same as
illegal dumping.


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nie" Boswell Page died at
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ter a brief illness on
Sunday, July 25, 2010,
with her family
around her.
Funeral ser-
vices were held at
11:00 a.m. Wednes-
day, July 28, 2010, at
First Baptist
Church of Madison
with burial at Oak
Ridge Cemetery. Vis-
itation was Tuesday,
July 27, 2010 from 6 - 8
p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home.
She was born in Hommey,
OK. on June 29, 1922 to William Robert
and Emma Frances Kirkendoll
Boswell. A child of the Great Depres-
sion and the Dust Bowl, she grew up in
Wichita, KS with six sisters and one
brother. During World War II, she
worked in Wichita as a dental assis-
tant and met her husband of 60 years,
Ernest M. Page, Jr., who predeceased
her in 2006. Ernest and Bunnie were
married in the Greenville Baptist
Church as the war came to an end.
She accompanied him to law school at
the University of Florida where
daughter Vicki was born. They moved
to Madison where Ernest established
his law practice, and where sons Ernie
and John were born. She assisted
Ernest for over 50 years as the secre-
tary for his law practice.
Bunnie loved to sing and had a
beautiful voice. She was proud to re-
call that her high school choral group
won first place in the Kansas state-
wide competition. She was a long-
time member of the choir at First
Baptist Church of Madison where she
sang many solos through the years.
She also taught the youth for many
years in the church Training Union
Department. She was a member of the


oswell Page
Woman's Club and the Madi-
. son County Gator Club. She
and Ernest were charter
members of the Madi-
son Country Club.
She often said
- a that she cherished
her loving family
and was pleased
when they gath-
ered to celebrate
her 88th birthday
a few weeks ago.
She will be greatly
missed by her fami-
ly, including her
three children, Mar-
garet Victoria Page
,Jaus (Harold) of Charlotte
NC, Ernest M. Page, III (Mar-
guerite) of Madison, and John Prince
Page (Cindy) of Valdosta, GA.
Also surviving are six grandchil-
dren, Jennifer Page Jaus and Margaret
Nell Jaus Baldwin (Benjamin) of Char-
lotte, NC, Ernest M. Page IV (Jennifer)
of Dowling Park, William Travis Page
(Kyndell) of Madison, John Christian
Page and David Andrew Page of Val-
dosta, GA. She is also survived by two
step-grandchildren, Austin and An-
drew Fender. She has three great-
grandchildren, Miller Jaus Baldwin,
Kloie Michelle Page, and Logan Patrick
Page. Also surviving is her sister
Jacqueline Koonce of Independence,
MO, and sister-in-law Norma Boswell of
McPherson, KS.
In addition to her parents and hus-
band, she was preceded in death by a
brother G. D. (Joe) Boswell, sisters
Hazel Hodges, Velma Berg, Mabel Hein,
Lorraine Kinslow, and Irene Holman,
and great-grandson Maddox Jackson
Page, infant son of Ernie and Jennifer
Page.
Donations may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd,
Tallahassee, Florida, 32308 or First Bap-
tist Church of Madison, 134 SW Meet-
ing Avenue, Madison, Florida 32340.


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Monticello Opera House Hosts

TOSAC Players In

' The Great American Trailer Park Musical'


By Ray Cichon
For the second time
in recent memory the
Monticello Opera House
hosted a performance
from a surrounding com-
munity theatre company,
when TOSAC of
Thomasville trod the
boards at the House with
its production of The
Great American Trailer
Park Musical, over the
weekend.
Earlier QMT, of
Quincy, performed its
version of Pump Boys
and Dinettes.
Future plans call for
the Opera House Stage
Company to perform at
TOSAC. Efforts are un-
derway to share perfor-
mances with
surrounding Communi-
ty Theatres, and vice ver-


know here in the South-
east, no where in Ameri-
ca is so trailer as Florida
or Georgia."
Elements of the plot
include: agorphobla.
adultery, spray cheese.
road kill, hysterical pt-
nancy, flan, disco, aind
80's nostalgia.
The show was orig-
inally presented at the-
2004 New York ltMusical
Theatre Festival. \ith
music and ly rics by
David Nehls an. I book by
Betsy Kelso.
Nehls has \" written a
country-rock score that
calls for some heftl belt-
ing, and performers pro-
vide it as they sing. act.
joke and pelvis pump
with the
best of
them.


sa.
Directed by Marc
Cramer, Trailer Park is
set in the exclusive Ar- While their \\i.Js
madillo Acres, in Starke. shake, the ladies sing so
He remarks: loud as to be heard all the
"Nowhere captures the way to South Florida,
location and all the asso- and the two men demon-
ciated characters with state the same all-pur-
their social dramas quite pose pow.
like the ITS and as we Th musicalwas nut


together by Kelso, a
comedy sketch
writer from CT, 9


who's
never
seen


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Salaries will be refunded 100


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The program ends September 30.
For details contact Madison
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A A t


the inside of a trailer. box of hair Pickles; Meg- causing her to refuse to
Critic Joyce Kul- gin Van Hook, as the em- leave their trailer
jawik wrote: "White battered, short Norbett is drawn to
trash for linoleum, Pippi, the Stripper, who
Ih :,s Lin. Iath Ke-. is ne\ in town, and his
r�falas 3S Jen. cnundrum is comment-
nie. Da il Null ed upon by a Greek cho-
as Nor-t. rus of trailer park
be t t . neighbors.
II. , h, This is an ensemble
slo\ks ,cast. and one in which
i. em -, e:ich me-mnber's role is
equall contributory to
dK the phlt
-,P r o d u c -
er- Acrompanist is Kathy
B Buechner, whose fingers
S�mopir'elo m to leave the


' never been
more entertain-
ing, so hitch
your trailer to this
mad, funny musical and
drive yourself into hys-
terics."
The cast includes:
Lisa Mitchell as the bom-
bastic Betty; Sarah Man-
waring as the dumb as a


M tional
depth; Grace Harper as
the superlatively sassy
Pippi; and Will Buechner
as Duke.
The plot revolves
around Norbert and
Jeannie, who have been
married for 20 years, and
there is little electricity
left in their marriage, a
situation exacerbated by
Jeannie's agoraphobia,


ke,\ boinar as she pounds
out the tempo the music
demands The voices are
big. the set can fill a large
st:a.e. :and the entire
sho\x is a crowd pleaser.
The Stage Crew con-
sists of David Powel.
Noelle Stu-
art, and Ed
and Lori
Echols.
Set De-
sign, Construction,
and Dressing are Marc
Cramer and David Null.
Lights/Sound are
Rich Clifford, Marc
Cramer, and Nicole Stu-
art.
In keeping with the
Trailer Park theme, Car-
rie Ann & Company Cus-
tom Catering serve a
pre-show dinner, typical
of what might be served
at the park.


Janis Bunting


Appointed To


National JA Board


The National Asso-
ciation of Junior Auxil-
iaries, Inc. announces
the appointment of Ja-
nis Bunting of Madison,
as a member of the
NAJA Education Com-
mittee for 2010-2011. An
Active member of the
Junior Auxiliary of
Madison County, Flori-
da, she has served as
President, Correspond-
ing Secretary, and Ex Of-
ficio (Provisional
Trainer) of the local
chapter and is currently
serving her second term
as President. On the Na-
tional level, Bunting has
served one year as a
member of the Educa-
tion Committee, author-
ing articles for The
Crownlet (NAJA maga-
zine) and writing the
newsletter for the Edu-
cation Committee.
As a volunteer in
her community,


Bunting has served as lo-
cal President and State
Officer for the Florida
Federation of Junior


Woman's Clubs. Always
an advocate for children,
she has served on the
recreation board which
undertook the develop-
ment of the Carson Ealy
Recreation Park south of
Madison. An educator,
Bunting recently served
as President of the Flori-
da Professional Associa-
tion of Staffing


Specialists and served
on the Board of that or-
ganization for four
years.
Bunting received
her Bachelor's and Mas-
ter's in history from the
University of Mississip-
pi (Ole Miss) as well as
her Master's in Educa-
tion (Guidance and Ad-
ministration) from
Valdosta State.
She is currently em-
ployed as an Exceptional
Student Education
Staffing Specialist by the
Madison District
Schools. Bunting and
her husband, Bill, have
two children, Jane Car-
ole of Jacksonville,
Florida, and Bill, who
lives in Oxford, Missis-


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ladison County tJ-ff Summer Camp



Goes On A Kitchen Adventure


Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by
Kristin Finney. July 21. 2010
Team three (left to
right) Jalon Sheffield, Jabin
Williams. Rickey Varn.
Simeria Alexander and Vik-
ki Wertz present their menu
for the day.


By K'istim Finne\
Greeie' Philislilil lIh
For several \weeks. the Mladison -4-H extension office has been hosting a 'a-
riely of idiffeitentr a:imp The week o-f July i19-2.:3 marked thie mien of lthe siumnler
canp season ior 2010
For the final w eek. Maldison 4-H hosted the "Kitchen Ad\enture" Summer
Day Camp. Whether students were aspiring chefs, interested in eating healthi-
er, or simply lovers of food, they learned several lessons about the food indus-
try.
Students learned about each of the different food groups and how to incor-
porate them into a daily diet. Each day the students
focused on one of the main food groups and the day
was spent creating meals and menus based on that
item.
Each child learned how to eat healthier and
what foods to avoid throughout the four-day camp.
Students were also allowed to create their own
snacks and taste-test their creations. Some of the
snacks the students made included smoothies and
For this Kitchen Adventure, the children were
under the watchful eye of Diann Douglas, who had
the assistance of Kenyata Thomas and Rickey Varn.
The job of the leaders was to educate the students on
how to maintain a healthy life and gain better eating
habits.


PIANO LESSONS
Are now being offered for
Individuals who are beginners
or veteran players who wish
to build or polish their skills.


Lessons are one-on-one
and reasonably priced!
l For more information,
A please call
,i " (850) 464-0114 or
., (850) 973-4622.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney, July 21, 2010
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Ke'shaun Johnson, Simeria Alexander, Jabin Williams and Rickey Varn.


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"But the fruit of the
Spirit is love, joy, peace,
longsuffering, kindness,
goodness, faithfulness,
gentleness, self control.
Against such there is no
law. And those who are
Christ's have crucified
the flesh with its passions
and desires. If we all live
in the Spirit, let us also
walk in the Spirit. Let us
not become conceited,
provoking one another,
envying one another."
Galatians 5:22-26.
Sunday morning ser-
vices were a blessing to
the Lord. The time of
praise began with the
hymns "Your Name" and
"Holy Spirit, Thou Art
Welcome." This was fol-
lowed by Pastor Ferrell
giving the prayer and wel-
come. Followed by the
hymns "In The Garden"
and "He Lives." The wor-
ship choir then sang a
beautiful and upbeat
piece called "I've Never
Gotten Over Getting
Saved." Pastor Ferrell's
message came from
hymn 383, "How Firm A
Foundation." Services
were closed with the
hymn, "Jesus Paid It All."
Upcoming events at
Madison First Baptist


At

Madison

First Bapti

Church

By Kristin Finne:


are as follows; Church
softball league 2010 sea-
son is well underway.
Games are played on
Monday with make-up
games on Tuesday.
There are four teams
competing this year.
Good luck MFB softball
team! The children's
choir is taking a break
during the month of
July However, they plan
to start again in August.
There will also be a
Children's Choir Organi-
zational Meeting on Sun-
day, August 8, at 5 p.m. All
parents interested in get-
ting their child involved
are encouraged to attend.
Snacks and entertain-
ment will be provided.
Children ages Pre-K4-
sixth grade are welcome
to become a part of this
awesome group.
We would like to in-
vite you to join us for
our services! Our wor-
ship schedule is as fol-
lows: Sunday school 9:45
- 11 a.m. Sunday Morn-
ing Worship 11 a.m. -
noon. Sunday Evening
Worship 6- 7 p.m. followed
by youth dinner and fel-
lowship until 8 p.m.
Wednesday evening ser-
vices 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 nomi-
nating committee. It
read "It's that time of
year again, for the Nom-
inating Committee to be-
gin seeking those willing
to serve in the different
areas in our church min-
istries for the upcoming
year. Please be in prayer
and be open to God's
calling to serve Him. If
you feel led to teach, or
serve on a committee,
please contact one of the
members listed below
-Now is the time. We ask
that you continue to keep
the Nominating Commit-
tee in your prayers as we
search for those willing
to serve the Lord. -
Thank you, Cindy Brown
(973-6578), Milton Drig-
gers (973-1495), or Sarah
Pike (929-2999).
"Be strong and
courageous. Do not be
afraid or terrified be-
cause of them, for the
Lord your God goes with
you; he will never leave
you nor forsake you."
Deuteronomy 31:6.
God Bless!


Madison Nursing Center Residents Receive Quilts


Photo submitted
Among those delivering quilts to Madison Nursing Center were, left to right,
Jeanette Mitchell, Mae Irby, Irene Rowell, Paul Rowell, Ila Willis, and Margaret
Throgmorton.


The United Methodist Cooperative
presented quilts to residents of the
Madison Nursing Center. The Nurs-
ing Center is located on US 90, across
from the highway patrol station, in
Madison. The staff of this communi-
ty center provides a health care facili-
ty with much attention to their
residents in a loving environment. Ms
Mattie Hackle, along with staff mem-
bers, identified the needy individuals
to receive quilts. This recent distribu-
tion of quilts was a continuation of
the quilting project sponsored by the
United Methodist Cooperative Min-
istry All quilts have a Bible verse and
the individual's initials on their quilt.
The Bible verses were selected and
printed on material by Mrs. Annelle
Bishop. The UMC board members
have prayed and will continue to pray
for the individuals receiving the
quilts. Volunteer Mrs. Irene Rowell co-
ordinated the distribution effort at
Madison Nursing Center. Volunteer
helpers were Mrs. Mae Irby, Mrs.
Jeanette Mitchell, Mr. Paul Rowell,
Mrs. Margaret Throgmorton, and Mrs.
Ila Willis.
The Quilt Project began as a mis-
sion effort to provide quilts and com-
forters to needy individuals in nursing
home facilities in Madison County.
The United Methodist Cooperative
Ministries captured the vision and
provided start up funding for the pro-
ject. Local Methodist churches in
Madison County have been contribut-
ing through donations and individual
member contributions. The Pine Tree


Quilters, along with other individuals,
are busy making quilts for giving to
the residents of the nursing homes.
The Woman's Club of Madison and
several community members have ei-
ther given a quilt or donated funds to
the cooperative to purchase quilts. To
purchase or make a contribution for
the quilting project or any outreach
ministry of the United Methodist Co-
operative please call Deborah Brown
at (850) 929-4938. The Community Cen-
ter for the United Methodist Coopera-
tive is located on Highway 145
(Valdosta Highway) about five miles
north of Madison, Florida. The
Methodist Cooperative strives to serve
senior citizens and those in need
through their Thrift Shop, Brown Bag
Food Ministry, Food Voucher Pro-
gram, Benevolence Funds, Pine Tree
Quilters, and other acts of ministry
The mission is to provide an evangeli-
cal witness to the community and to
be obedient to the commandments of
our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in
serving others.
The United Methodist Coopera-
tive Ministry will move forward in
August and September distributing
quilts to the residents at Lake Park
of Madison. Carson and Gladney
Cherry, Jim Catron, Doris Hidy, and
Frances Mercer will lead the distrib-
ution of quilts at Lake Park of Madi-
son Nursing. If you are interested
in volunteering to visit and help de-
liver quilts to residents of the nurs-
ing home, please call Deborah
Brown at (850) 929-4938.










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Madison County WIC And

Nutrition Celebrates World

Breastfeeding Week 2010


On Thursday, August 5, from 10:
a.m. until noon, Madison County WIC
will celebrate World Breastfeeding
Week (WBW) 2010 at the Madison
County Health Department. WIC staff
and volunteers will provide fun prizes
and refreshments along with informa-
tion about nutrition and breastfeeding
for WIC participants.
This year's WBW theme: "Breast-
feeding: Just 10 Steps! The Baby-
Friendly Way" highlights the vital
role of health care facilities in the es-
tablishment of breastfeeding. The 10
Steps directly increase breastfeeding
duration and exclusivity rates among
breastfeeding mothers, and can lower
health care costs. WIC and nutrition
play a role in providing vital support
to our breastfeeding moms by offer-
ing weekly breastfeeding support
groups for moms needing hands on
breastfeeding help, providing a
breastfeeding-friendly environment,
breast-pumps for working WIC
moms, and connection with other
community breastfeeding resources
such as the La Leche League, and lac-
tation consultants from our local hos-
pitals.
For additional information about


breastfeeding, contact the Health de-
partment at 850-975-5000 and ask to
speak to the WIC nutritionist.
Our other Clinic Sites will also
hold World Breastfeeding Week Cele-
brations on the following days:

Monday, August 2nd, 10 AM -
12 PM Jefferson County Health De-
partment

Tuesday, August 3rd, 10 AM -
12 PM Taylor County Health Depart-
ment

Wednesday, August 4th, 10 AM -
12 PM - Wakulla County Health De-
partment

Thursday, August 5th, 10 AM -
12 PM: Franklin County Health De-
partment (Carabelle)

World Breastfeeding Week is cele-
brated around the world on August 1-7
each year. For more information, visit:
www.worldbreastfeedingweek.org
(World Breastfeeding Week and past
themes) http://www.waba.org.my/
(World Alliance for Breastfeeding Ac-
tion)


Post-Workout Protocol
Experts Say Post-Workout Routines
Are Critical for Summer Exercise


(Family Features)
As summertime work-
outs heat up, proper
post-exercise cool-downs
become even more im-
portant. Whether you
are a weekend warrior
playing in local summer
leagues or a serious run-
ner getting ready for fall
marathon season,
warmer weather activi-
ties increase sweat,
break down muscles and
deplete the body of elec-
trolytes and other essen-
tial nutrients. While
most people know what
to do before and during a
workout to keep their
bodies fit during the
warmer summer
months, many fall short
when it comes to follow-
ing a proper post-exer-
cise routine.
Fitness expert Lor-
rie Henry says, "What
you do after your work-
out is just as important
as a pre-workout rou-
tine, especially during
the summer when peo-
ple tend to be more ac-
tive." Henry has shared
some of her post-work-


Remembering simple tips can help maximize
your summer workout. For more information on the
healthy benefits of refueling with chocolate milk,
please visit RockinRefuel.com.


out tips to help everyone
have a fun and healthy
summer season:
Cool It: Take the
time to cool-down after
an intense workout.
Spend the last five to sev-
en minutes of the work-
out on a lower speed or
intensity to return your
heart rate to normal,
and consider walking
the last two minutes on a
treadmill.
Stretch Out: Avoid
next day soreness and
stretch your muscles im-


mediately after exercise.
Do the basic arm and leg
stretches and move your
joints by rotating your
wrists, ankles and neck
a few times.
Keep Track: Write
down what you did dur-
ing the workout (i.e.
miles ran, fitness classes
attended, etc.) to help
keep you on target with
your fitness goals.
Refuel Smart: After
a tough workout, grab a
nutrient-rich drink for
maximum benefits. Hen-
ry shared, "It's essential
to get protein back into
your body to help re-
build and repair mus-
cles. Ice-cold chocolate
milk, such as protein for-
tified low-fat Rockin' Re-
fuel from Shamrock
Farms, tastes delicious
and helps your body re-
cover after exercise with
20 grams of protein and
nine essential nutrients
- making it a great on-
the-go choice after a
game or workout."
Take A Breath:
Take a few minutes to re-
lax and reflect on what
you have accomplished.
Whether you are focused
on fun, fitness or both,
keeping an eye on and
acknowledging where
you have been and
where you want to go
can be a great motivator.


Community Health Fair

Gives Seniors A Boost


By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Coun-
ty Community Health
Fair gives seniors a
healthy boost today, July
30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the corner of Harvey
Greene Drive and SR 14.
Free vision screen-
ings, caregivers sup-
port, legal services,
along with health and
pharmacy information
are part of the four-hour
health fair geared to res-
idents 60 and over. Com-
munity partners will be
on hand to share educa-


tion on the most impor-
tant issues seniors are
facing.
Refreshments will
be provided for seniors
to enjoy. Door prizes will
also add excitement to
this event, which is
sponsored by the Senior
Citizens Council of
Madison County, Inc.
The following
groups are scheduled to
appear at today's Com-
munity Health Fair:
Area Agency on Aging
for North Florida, vision
screenings by Southeast
Eye Specialists, North


Protection Against



Whooping Cough


The Florida Depart-
ment of Health advises
parents, childcare work-
ers and healthcare
providers to verify the
children they care for
are properly immunized
against whooping
cough. It is advisable for
new parents, grandpar-
ents and relatives to be
fully immunized before
being around a baby
Whooping cough-
known medically as per-
tussis-is a highly
contagious respiratory
tract infection that can
be a serious health
threat, specifically for
infants. Family mem-
bers are most often the
transmission source of
pertussis to infants.
Florida has 145 re-
ported cases of whoop-
ing cough this year, with
23 cases reported in in-
fants less than 3 months
of age. More than 900
cases of whooping
cough have been report-
ed in California this
year, including five
deaths in infants less
than three months of
age. Risk of death from
pertussis is greatest in
infants.
A typical case of
pertussis in children
and adults starts with a
cough and runny nose
that can last for one-to-
two weeks, followed by
weeks-to-months of
rapid coughing fits that
sometimes end with a
whooping sound. Per-
tussis is contagious be-
fore severe coughing
starts.
"Recent reports in-
dicate numerous states
are experiencing in-
creases in whooping
cough," said Ana M. Via-
monte Ros, M.D., M.P.H.,
State Surgeon General.
"It is important for all


people in Florida to dis-
cuss the whooping
cough immunization or
booster with their pri-
mary care physician.
Immunizations not only
help prevent the disease
in the immunized indi-
vidual, but they can help
protect those who can-
not receive vaccine or
may be too young to be
fully immunized."
The best way to pre-
vent whooping cough is
t h r o u g h
immunizations. Infants
and children receive a
series of 4-5 doses of
DTaP, a diphtheria, per-
tussis, tetanus contain-
ing vaccine, with a
booster at 10 to 11 years
of age. However, protec-
tion provided by the
childhood series fades
over time. All persons
age 11-64 can get a boost-
er called Tdap, which
protects against whoop-
ing cough, tetanus, and
diphtheria.
Additional informa-
tion about immuniza-
tions and whooping
cough (pertussis) can be
found at: http://
www.immunizeFlorida.c
om/ or http://
ww w.cdc.gov/Feat-
ures/Pertussis/.


Florida Pharmacy, Big
Bend Hospice, Madison
County Health Depart-
ment, Lake Park of
Madison, Caregivers
Support Group, Dr. Ryan
Moorman of Care Med-
ical Center of Valdosta,
Madison County Memo-
rial Hospital, fire pre-
vention professionals,
the Alzheimer's Project
of Tallahassee, Sheriff's
Department, Three
Rivers Legal Services
and others.
M.K. Graves can be
reached at Marianne
@greenepublishing.com.



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From the July 28, 1950
Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Four-Hundred Gallon
Shine Still Captured

A four-hundred gallon box type shine still, 100
gallons of mash, two condensers, one flake stand,
two cooling barrels, 22 barrels and a quantity of
glass jugs were captured and destroyed by Sheriff
Moore. The cache was located about eight miles
southwest of Madison. There was no attendant at
the still at the time it was discovered, and no arrests
were made.


Doctor and Preacher Get
Black Eyes Playing Softball
A leading physician and an outstanding minis-
ter of this city are both nursing black eyes this week
that would do credit to pugilistic combatants.
Dr. E.M. Buchwald, a prominent Lion, was play-
ing softball on the Rotary team in a game with the
WO.W boys at Lanier Field Tuesday night when he
mixed up with Claymore Schnitker on the diamond
in trying to catch a fly ball and got poked in the eye
quite accidentally.
While the doctor was still in his office adminis-
tering first aid to the blackened member, Rev. T.C.
O'Steen, who was umpiring the game without a
mask, and caught a tipped ball behind the catcher
on his right eye, which shattered the lens and cut his
eye quite badly, arrived.
The doctor's advice to both was that they go
home and apply ice packs.

Attorney General
Rules Against Opening
Enterprise School
Attorney General Richard Ervin has ruled
against re-opening Enterprise School in Madison
County, which was consolidated with Lee and later
re-opened.
Quoting from Mr. Ervin's ruling: "In my opinion
the action of the Board of Instruction of Madison
County at its meeting June 7, 1950 without notifica-
tion to or concurrence by the Board of Trustees,
was not in accordance with the statutes of Section
23043 Florida School Laws."


From the October 25, 1940
Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Johnson Found Guilty
Of Manslaughter

C.R. Johnson, charged with running over the lit-
tle Provan boy near Lee last summer, was found
guilty of manslaughter in circuit court here
Wednesday, and sentenced to ten years' imprison-
ment. Motion for new trial was overruled and ap-
peal bond of $1.500 set.
Mack Spencer was found guilty of assault with
intent to commit murder in the second degree, and
sentenced to five years in state prison.
Case of Willard Davis, indicted on a charged of
desertion and withholding means of support, was
continued for the term.



From the November 15, 1940
Madison Enterprise-Recorder

The Carnival Museum
One of the twelfth grade concessions was the
Museum. In this were the oldest things of impor-
tance that could be found in Madison County A few
of the articles were the signatures of George Wash-
ington and Edmund Randolph. A violin made in
1745, music box made in 1816, a candle mold, 4 bar-
rel pistol, Chinese swords and also a sword used in
the Civil War. These are just a few of the many in-
teresting things that composed the museum spon-
sored by the seniors.


From the Madison Enterprise-Recorder, September 3, 1971
Pictured above is Jayson Charles Hunt Williams
who was born on November 3, 1970 and is eight
months old. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Williams. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Williams of Pinetta, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Law of
Madison.


Madison Hiuh's 1971 Cousars


Bottom row, left to right: Pete Shea, Mike Smith, Nathaniel Williams, Frank Mercer, Tice Banks, Wayne Brown, Ted Sanders, Gene Rutherford, Doug Cherry and
Otto Haynes. Middle row, left to right: Eddie Ealy, Tom Waddail, Marvin Heatter, Greg Stillwell, Mike Cuppett, A.C. Aikens, Ernest Brown, Pat Thompson, Tim Logan,
Leonard Harris, Paul Hames and Lamar Harris. Top row, left to right: Larry Pride, Red Jackson, Bill Barrs, Donny Ivory, Albert Joseph, Emanuel McGhee, Joe Gervin,
Willie Nicholson, Robert Aikens, Rusty Newsome and Larry Adleburg.
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July 28, 1950
Mr. J.M. Wexler and
daughter, Miss Diane
Wexler, are spending this
week at Cherry Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Davis, of
Auburn, Ala., were
weekend visitors here.
Miss Ann Mickler
left Monday for a visit
with her grandmother,
Mrs. 0.0. Mickler.
Jimmy Bunting,
seven-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. J.L.
Bunting was an emer-
gency patient on July
20 for stitches in a gash
on the forehead. Jimmy
was hurt while at play.
July 29, 1960
Seven hundred
more customers will be
served as Tri-County
obtains a loan from
REA for $1,119,000.00
Mr. and Mrs. War-
ing Wyche and son Dub
are expected to return
home today from a two


weeks' vacation at Fer-
nandina Beach.
Governor Collins
Tuesday appointed J.H.
Phillips of Lee to the
Madison County School
Board. He replaces
Marcus Cherry, who re-
signed.
$1 dresses for sale
at Irene's.
July 31, 1970
Mr. J.A. Bentley re-
turned Saturday from
Thomasville where he
had undergone surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ran-
dell H. Rowe, Jr. and
children have been on a
trip to Washington,
D.C. and other places.
Mr. Mort Bunting is
home from the hospital
following surgery and
is doing well, friends
are pleased to know.
Mr. and Mrs. Don
Davis of Tallahassee
were guests of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E.C.
Davis on Tuesday.


lecipe oI &4e Wee4


Fresh Apple
Cake

1 cup Wesson Oil
2 cups sugar
. 3 eggs
1 teaspoon soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 12 cups flour
1 cup chopped pecans
3 cups apples (chopped fine)

Cream sugar and Wesson oil, add
eggs one at a time. Sift dry ingre-
dients and add to mixture. Then
'K . add nuts and apples. Mix well.
Add vanilla.
Bake in 9-inch cakes pans at 325
degrees for one hour. (Can serve
with caramel apple frosting mix
September 24, 1971 Enterprise-Recorder, page 9 by Betty Crocker.)
Pictured above is Mrs. Elaine Doyle. This is one
of her favorite recipes and she really enjoys making
this cake. She is a good cook.


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Citizens En "Gauged" In Water Data Collection


Photo submitted
A staff gauge helps specialists collect data on
the Suwannee River.

Data collection specialists with the Suwannee
River Water Management District (District) spend
long hours installing, maintaining and collecting
data from gauges along our rivers, lakes, and
streams, but they can't do it without the help of a
few volunteers that supplement their efforts.
More than 30 volunteer observers help collect
rainfall and water-level data from manual gauges
within the District's 15-county region. Observers
take readings at least once a week and record the
data in a log that is returned to the District.
Volunteer observers typically live or own prop-
erty near the gauge sites and have a vested interest
in the information.
"They are folks who have an interest in river
and lake levels for fishing purposes or who like to
know how the levels affect their property, such as
during a flood or drought event," said Donald Mon-
roe, District hydrologic data collection specialist.
David Pharr, former owner and operator of the
Canoe Outpost at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park in Live Oak, found that collecting water-level
data was helpful to his customers.
"We would get frequent inquiries about flood
levels," said Pharr, who is an observer for the


The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC)
is offering alligator
hunters no-cost, three-
hour classes to help
them prepare for the
Aug. 15 - Nov. 1
statewide alligator har-
vest. Reservations are
not required to attend a
class.
Attendance is not
mandatory for licensed
hunters, but the FWC
recommends that partic-
ipants attend, especially
if they have not previ-
ously hunted for alliga-
tors. Class topics
include preparing for
the hunt, hunting tech-
niques and safety, har-
vesting and processing,
caring for your alligator
hide and alligator hunt-
ing rules and regula-
tions. Also, persons who
do not have an alligator
harvest permit can at-
tend if they want to
learn what hunting alli-
gators is all about.


Classes will be of-
fered at the following lo-
cations:
July 31 (Saturday), 1-
4 p.m., Dania Beach,
IGFA Fishing Hall of
Fame and Museum, 300
Gulf Stream Way. For
directions, call 954-922-
4212 or visit
http://www.igfa.org.
Aug. 4 (Wednesday),
6-9 p.m., Gainesville,
Paramount Plaza Hotel
and Suites, 2900 S.W
13th St. For directions


Photo submitted Photo submitted
A staff gauge along the Suwannee River. David Pharr, a citizen gauge reader for the SR-
WMD, checks a wire weight gauge on the Suwannee
River near Suwannee Springs.


Suwannee River. "It was nice for us to provide our
customers with information from the horse's
mouth."
Now, he and his wife, Debbie, enjoy weekend
trips rafting along the river on their floating plat-
form dubbed the "Clampett Mobile." The platform
- which carries a tent, chairs, coolers, fishing
poles, the family dogs and other items - floats down
the river with the current.
Knowledge of river levels helps in planning
weekend trips.
"If the levels are too high we run into the
branches; if they are too low there's not enough
current to carry us," Pharr said.
Kim Davis, who lives on the Santa Fe River, has
a staff gauge on her property She reads the gauge
weekly while out walking her dogs. However, when
the river flooded in 1998, she was collecting levels
for the District daily.
The water had risen five feet under her home,
which luckily, was built on 10-foot stilts in the
1970s.
"There was no land in sight for two months at
my house," Davis said, noting she had to use a
gheenoe boat to access her property.


Davis was able to assist the District in taking
readings during that flood until the staff gauge be-
came submerged.
Observers serve as a backup for electronic
gauges, which transmit data to a computer via
satellite or phone lines.
"Having backup data is important in case of
equipment failure and it also provides a means to
check data against that which is produced from au-
tomated equipment," Monroe said. "The most crit-
ical time for this data is during a flood event when
the public relies on this information."
The District provides water-level and rainfall
data to the public through its website,
www.mysuwanneeriver.com. Flood warnings are
posted during a flooding event. Such data is also
used to compile reports for projects and for deci-
sion-making.
Obtaining reliable data for these purposes
could not be possible without the District's volun-
teer observers.
"We have reliable data observers, whose ser-
vice to the District serves an important purpose,"
said Monroe. "The District appreciates all their ef-
forts and hard work."







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Aug. 7 (Saturday), 1-
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Licensed Junk Dealer
I Buy Junk, all kinds, free
removal.

Other Services Available
Mowing, bush hogging,
clean up, etc
Call Kevin @
850-210-3137


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-
tions, pd $800.00 asking
$450.00, call 850-971-5456


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I CAN DO
Artificial Insemination and
Embryo Transfer. Certified in
AI through ABS and ET
through Texas A&M
850-464-1165
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I build Sheds, Decks &
Well Houses & I sell Steel
Buildings. Call Bob
850-242-9342
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DUNN'S
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts
Senior Citizen Discounts
Other Services Available
Mowing, Pressure Cleaning
& Clean-up

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guineas and peafowl.
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Wanted: 4-wheel drive trac-
tor, will trade a 20 ft. party
barge and trailer with 50 hp
Johnson. Call Tommy
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Children's Dresses...

Size 3 - white long dress,
worn as flower girl dress, se-
quin/beadwork all on bodice,
sequin/beadwork/appliques
on bottom, built in crinoline.
-$50

Size 4 - off white dress,
worn as flower girl dress,
lace work around
bodice, pretty lace work at
bottom, cap sleeves - $25

Size 7-8 - off white dress,
worn as a flower girl dress,
overlay of lace
over entire dress, probably
knee to calf length - $25

Size 8 - white, long dress,
lace around neck with deco-
rative bodice - $25

Size 16 - white long pageant
gown, cap sleeves, white se-
quin work across entire
bodice and sleeves, buttons
around neck with circular
cut-out on back, beautiful
gown - $100

Teen dresses..

Size 7-8 - Kelli green gown,
lace overlay - $40

Size 8 - red gown, se-
quin/bead work around
bodice - $50

Size 14 (child's size 14 but
dress is for a teen division
approximately 13-15)-
GORGEOUS lime green
dress, strapless but with
spaghetti straps that cress
cross across the back, se-
quins spotted across the en-
tire gown, built in crinoline -
absolutely gorgeous. - $300
(paid over $500 for it)

Call 850-973-3497
and leave message.
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Diamond Plate Alum. Pick-
up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
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
7/28, pd

Australian Western Saddle
brand new with tags on it:
comes with blanket, two bri-
dles, two breastplates (one
custom made), and saddle
stand. Call 850-545-5764

10/21, rtn, n/c


Goats For Sale
Call 850-929-2487

7/30, rtn, n/c


accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
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Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
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Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for
Senior's and Disabled.
1 & 2BR
HUD vouchers accept-
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Madison
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1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-
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Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-
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Pointe Trail, Greenville,
FL 32331.
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Upstairs Apartment for
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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

Case No.: 2010-201-DR
Division:
CUZIE MAXINE JONES
Petitioner

and

THOMAS MOSES JONES
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: {name of Respondent} THOMAS MOSES JONES
{Respondent's last known address} 111 CADILLAC SQUARE APT11E. DE-
TROIT, Ml.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on {name of Petitioner} CUZIE MAXINE JONES, whose address is 847
N.E AVOCADO STREET, MADISON, Fl 32340 on or before {date} SEPT. 5,
2010 , and file the original with the clerk of this Court at {clerk's address}
P.O. BOX 237, MADISON, FL 32341, before service on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the petition.

Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these
documents upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this
lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.

Dated: 7/28/2010 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk

7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20

BID NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison
County, Florida will be accepting bids for the following:

Furnishing all needed materials, equipment, labor and supervision to: re-
place large culverts (Cross Drains) on NW Flowers Road in Madison Coun-
ty, Florida and known as Project Number 2010 - 03.

Bids may be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners by depositing
same at the Board office located in the Madison County Courthouse Annex,
Room 219, 112 East Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida 32340, or Post Office
Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341 anytime prior to 5:00 PM on Wednesday,
August 11, 2010. ANY BIDS RECEIVED AFTER SUCH DATE AND TIME
WILL NOT BE OPENED AND/OR CONSIDERED. Bid must be clearly
marked with the project number printed on the outside of the front of the
bid envelope as follows: Culvert Replacement, NW Flowers Road, Project
2010 - 03.

All Contractors bidding this project must be pre-qualified with the Florida
Department of Transportation to be considered.

Bid Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents, may be obtained
from the Madison County Road Department office located at 2060 NE
Rocky Ford Road (C-591), 2 miles north of Madison, telephone # 850-973-
2156, beginning Monday. August 2 2010. Each contractor interested in bid-
ding these projects is strongly urged to obtain copies of the bid package
immediately in order to have time to review it and visit the project location.

Madison County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any
or all bids.

Bids will be opened on Thursday August 12, 2010 at 9:00 AM in the Madison
County Board of County Commissioners meeting room, after which all bids
will be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Com-
missioners is scheduled for Wednesday, August 18, 2010 during the regularly
scheduled meeting. All contractors will be notified in writing of the success-
ful bidder.

7/30, 8/4


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-
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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

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


CERTIFICATE NO.: 07-791-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 OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN SPECIAL EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE
CITY OF MADISON LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF MADISON,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the City of
Madison Land Development Regulations, as amended, hereinafter referred
to as the Land Development Regulations, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning the special exception, as described below, will be
heard by the Board of Adjustment of the City of Madison, Florida, at a pub-
lic hearing on August 12, 2010 at 4:45 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the mat-
ter can be heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located
at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida.

SE 10-02, an application by Mary Kinard, as agent for Marina Greenwood,
to request a special exception be granted as provided for in Section 4.8.5.11
of the Land Development Regulations, to permit the construction of a day-
care facility in an OFFICE/RESIDENTIAL (OR) zoning district, in accor-
dance with a site plan dated July 15, 2010 and submitted as part of a petition
dated July 7, 2010, to be located on property described, as follows:

A parcel of land lying within Section 21, Township 1 North, Range 9 East,
Madison County, Florida, Being more particularly described, as follows: Be-
gin at the intersection of the Northerly right-of-way line of Pinckney Street
and the Easterly right-of-way line of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive; thence
North 00�00'57" East along the Easterly right-of-way line of said Martin
Luther King, Jr. Drive, approximately 196.00 feet, thence South 86053'28"
East, approximately 100.00 feet; thence South 00� 11'28" West, approxi-
mately 191.00 feet to the Northerly right-of-way line of said Pinckney Street;
thence North 89040'29" West, along the Northerly right-of-way line of said
Pinckney Street, approximately 100.00 feet to the intersection of the
Northerly right-of-way line of said Pinckney Street and the Easterly right-of-
way line of said Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and the Point of Beginning,

Containing 0.44 acre, more or less.

The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any inter-
ested party shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation
of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that
no further notice concerning the matter will be published, unless said contin-
uation exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the above referenced
public hearing.

At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special exception.

Copies of the petition for special exception are available for public inspection
at the Office of the Director of Community Development, City Hall located
at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business
hours.

All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at
the above referenced public hearing, they will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and that for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

7/30


IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

VIVIAN SEARCY
d/b/a/ SEARCY REAL ESTATE,
Plaintiff,
vs
KENYA TOOKES,
Defendant.


CASE NO.: 2010-85-CC
CIVIL DIVISION


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: KENYA TOOKES
1240 NW 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33147

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to said Complaint, on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address is:

Gary A. Hardcc. II
Post Office Drawer 450
Madison. Florida 32341

on or before SEPTEMBER 2, 2010, and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court before service on the above attorney or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.

WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 23rd day of
July, A.D. 2010.

TIM SANDERS
Clerk of the Court

By: April Herring
Deputy Clerk
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G4 D) 2 D ) = 2G 0 D + > ; >D D . / 08 n =2 / K ) 2 2= + * 0D 2 = 2 # r +> 2 0 2 G0 D K 2 .+ >D 0 K . + 0( 4 = D/0 D > + : ) H D) = + . => ; > ) J 4 . + 0 D )D 4= + > = 0( #= 2 / 3F % D 2 0 #2 = = * 2 = D2 1 E D20 #2 = / +J 44 = I )+ ) + > / +J D G= 2# 2 #$ 44 = 0 0 I> 4 4 = 8 . / 0 = 4 .+ D )D D )+ > + > ( 2 2 .8 K ) > + D ) * 4= D/ 0 D >. . > DI 0 % M M M M* AM M MM 4 = K = +0 = K .+ 0( 8 D ) ) 2=0 + = D 2 = 2# D ) n # # = > 20 2G 0D K 2. + > D 4 =D/ 0D DD0 D) I2 = > ) 2 48 ) > + : 0 D) +0( I ) H D 2 4G D + 0 4. + > D 2 / 0 2 G= 2 .. D+ 2 0 > +D > 8; ) > + D) += = K. +0 ( =D + > 2 GD 17 0 2 GD D) = K = > ( 2 I) 0 D ) / = D I > ( 2 2 n ## = >2 0 2 G 0D K >2 . A %M MM I2 =D ) 2# = K . . > D) D K= 8 :) +> . >D K= + D I > F % M M M; > + ) 2 =0 8 ) > + D ) K 2 0< D G == 0D . K ( D . 2 D 2 # *> = 4 GD >) . + H > G D +2 0 I+ D ) & K * = > 0 / 0 0 2 .. D + 2 0 >+ D > 2 G. ) 0( D ) D > + D * G D + 2 08 ./ 0 > + r + > 2 0 2G 0 DK +> > D= 2 0 (.K 42 > + * D+ 2 0 # 2 = # = . 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D+0 ( 0H+ = 2 0 * /0 D . 0 (+0 = = 0 = + = 4 = > 0D+ 0( D ) G +. . . 0 $.. > + r + * >2 0 2G 0 DK <> J4 0 > + 2 0 +0 D 2 (= 0 , 2 > I + .. 4 0 20 :) 2/ ( = 2 I0 G * D+ 2 0; 0 D ) >+ = 2 # D ) + D +L 0> D 2 4 =D + + 4 D 8 : t # D) K = +0 ( + D D 2 K 2 G K 2 G 0 2 >2 / D )+ 0( I + D ) + D ; ) > +8 = 8 . / 0 I > 4 . > I+ D ) D ) > D* G4 2 # r +> 20 2G 0 D K<> > 2 . + I >D 0 = K . + 0 ( I + D ) +D > 3 F 2 . . D + 2 0 >+ D > > D= D * ( + . . K 4. D ) = 2 G ( ) 2 GD D) 2 G0D K 8 : 2 G = 4G * . + # +.+D K8 + D+L 0 > 0 4 = D + +4 D + 0 D ) > + D > 8 8 8 K 2G = >+ D > = 2 4 = D K I2= => I) +) + > H =K ( 22 8 ; b > + H =K D+ / r + > 2 0 2 G0D K = > + 0D > = K . D ) K<= > H + 0( 0 * = (K 8 0 = . . K ) > + 2 = * ( 0 + /D D = + > % M 7 2 # 2G 0DK < > I> D >D= / 0 +D + 0 .G > >2 / D) + 0(> 424 . / K 0 2 D D) + 02G D >+ > # =G + D 0 H( D. > = 4 > I )+ ) 0 4D + 0 4 . > D + (> G0D + . 2 /42 > D 8 D) = G > * . + D /> = D = . +4 * 4 +0 ( > + = D K 4 4 = 4+ L L 2J I +D ) (= > 2 0 + D H 0 0 +/. / 0 G = G 0 = = # G . > G4 =H +> + 2 0 0 = + = D + 0 D2 G > > ( = * 0 +0 ( 2/4 2 >D8 r D > = 4 > = 0 2D G > * G> D ) K D D = D 0 + / . > 8 +0+ >) 2 / 42 >D 2 G. > +. K . D2 2/ * / = + . D = + 0 + 0 ( 2 # 4 2 4 . +0 # 2 2 J4 . + 0 . * / 08 b > + D) D G * D+2 0 . 2 0 2G . D ) #2 G> 2 # (= 0D + 0 + D ) = 2 0 2 # D) . 0 $ . . GD)2 = + * DK 2 G0D + > 0 D )D 2 G 0 DK JD 0 >+2 0 = H + > 2 G . 4 4 . K #2 = D) D (= 0D8 2 4. I )2 = .+ (+ . #2 = # 2 2 >D /4 > 2 G . D G () D ) 2I D 2 ( = 0 G >+ 0 ( 2 / * 4 2 > D ( 0 =D K # 2 2 > 2 G = > 4 = D + 2 0 # + .+ D K ) > + 8 r b r f . 2 /4GD => = . + 0( > 2 G= 2 # . 2 0 * D / + 0 D+ 2 0 + 0 . 0 $ . . > 8 . / 0 > + D) = = D I 2 4 4 = 2 ) > D 2 * > = 4 : t 0 = >2 D D) K D .. D) * > = 4 0 > )= + D I) + ) + > H =K J 4 0> +H ; > + . * / 08 : t I 2 G. G= ( K 2 G D2 .2 2 D ) 0 + > /0 D.+ 0( 8 t 0 = =+ r I 2 == > 0 D= + 0 + 0 #2 G = I > 0 D) K <= / -+ 0( 3 ' 0 )2 G = ; ) > + 8 2 /4 GD => 0 = * # G= + > ) 8 : )+ > 2 G0D =K + > >2 = + ) D) D D) K D) = 2I 2 / 4G D = > IK ; > + . / 08 t 0 >D 2 0 + I 2 G. D 2 H .2 4 0 2 0* 4 = 2 $ D (= 2 G4 D2 (+ H = # G = * + >) 2 /4 G D => D2 > D G 0 D> 0 D ) => 8 2 = 0K 2 /4 GD => D )D 0< D = # G= + > ) D) 2 > 2 / * 4 G D = > 2 G . > 4 = D K ..2 K > + 0 + ( )D 2 = 0 + 0 + # # = 0 D +0 > 8 : . + ) 0 + >/ 0 D . + 0 (; > + . / 0 I) 2 > + 2 0 I 2 = = 0 + > / 0D . DI 2 2 / 4G D = > + 0 2 0 ) 2 G = I+ D ) 4 4= 2 J + / D . K M + 0 4 = 2 $ D8 . / 0 > + + > . 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