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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Our 145th Year, Number 51


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Agency for Health-
care Administration (ACHA)
has been at Madison County
Memorial Hospital this week
causing some people to spec-
ulate on why they are there.
Because of the visit, the
number of patients has had
to be limited. The reason for
the reduction is because of
maintenance issues, accord-
ing to the hospital's CEO.
The story began to un-
fold Monday afternoon when
Greene Publishing, Inc. re-
ceived information that pa-
tients had not been receiving
their medicine because the
pharmacist was reportedly


;pital Limiting


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out of town. The informa-
tion also indicated that
ACHA was also at the hospi-
tal doing an investigation.
The medication not be-
ing dispensed was confirmed
by one of the patients who
told this writer that his (the
patient's) medicine was sup-
posed to have been adminis-
tered at 9 a.m., but he was
still waiting for the medicine
Monday afternoon after 1
p.m.
This writer approached
one of the ACHA agents in
the hall where the patient
rooms are located on Mon-
day afternoon. She told him
that ACHA was doing their
annual survey and that the


results of the survey would
be available on line 10 days
after it was completed.
On Tuesday evening,
this writer received informa-
tion informing him that
ACHA had told the hospital
to stop receiving patients at
11 a.m., but that the ban on
new patients had been lifted
at 8 p.m. following a
marathon meeting with
MCMH CEO David Aber-
crombie and members of the
hospital's Board of Direc-
tors.
On Wednesday morning,
Abercrombie was contacted
via telephone. He said that it
was not true that the hospi-
tal had been told to stop re-


ceiving patients or to cease
operations. When asked if
he knew about patients not
receiving medication on
Monday, he said that he had
no knowledge of any such
thing.
Early Tuesday after-
noon, Oliver Bradley, a mem-
ber of the MCMH Board of
Directors, told this reporter
that the board had a meeting
the previous day to address
some of the issues brought
up by ACHA. He said that
there were maintenance
problems that needed to be
addressed.
Calls left for other board
Please see Hospital,
Page 4A


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"Yes" Vote Urged

For Business Tax


Exemptions
Critical Negotiation Tool Ends Unless Approved
Madison County voters One company that has
aade a good decision a decade so far applied for, received and is
go in the 2000 Election when using the property tax exemp-
hey agreed to give the Board of tion for locating to the county is
countyy Commissioners the au- Fred's Inc. at 935 East US 90. As
hority to grant property tax ex- yet, no companies in the county
mptions to have applied
iew business for the proper-
onstruction 2010 Ballot- "Renewal of ty tax exemp-
ostruction Authorization for the Board of ty tax exemp-
nd to expand County Commissioners to grant tion to expand
existing busi- economic development tax their buildings
lesses. exemptions: Shall the Board of or equipment,
O n County Commissioners of this but when they
county be authorized to grant,
'uesday, Aug. pursuant to s. 3, Art VII of the do, it'll mean
4's Primary State Constitution, property tax an expanded
electionn ballot, exemptions to new businesses tax base.
ladison Coun- and expansions of existing In the
businesses?"
y voters will high stakes
)e asked to re- world of bring-
iew the BOCC's authority to ing new business to town, the
rant property tax exemptions. winning bidder must show how
k simple "Yes" vote will secure willing, and able, they are to ac-
he county's ability to negotiate commodate the newcomer's
lew jobs from companies that needs. What if Madison County
rant to locate in Madison Coun- Please see Tax Exemptions,
y. Page 4A


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Hamburg-Lovett Volun-
teer Fire Department Annual
Peanut boil is set for Saturday,
Aug. 21, from 5 p.m. until at the
fire station.


Everyone is invited to go out
and eat all the boiled peanuts
they can. There will also be hot-
dogs available, as well as a chick-
en and rice dinner for $5.
Please see Tax Peanut Boil,
Page 4A


Three Rivers Offering

Free Legal Services

Next Wednesday


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Three Rivers Legal Services
will be offering free civil legal ser-
vices to low-income and other eli-
gible citizens at the Madison
County Courthouse on Wednes-
day, Aug. 25, from noon until 3 p.m.
Areas covered by Three


Rivers include: landlord/tenant;
foreclosure; Social Security; liv-
ing and legal wills; unfair sales
practices; contracts; Medic-
aid/Medicare; and family law on
a limited basis.
Anyone wishing to schedule
an appointment may call 1-800-
495-0039.


Dave Galbraith Football And
Cheerleading League
Holding Registration


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Dave Galbraith Football
and Cheerleading League will
have sign-ups on Saturday, Aug.
28, and Saturday, Sept. 4, from 9
a.m. until noon at the Madison
County Courthouse.


Everyone is asked to bring
their child with them to sign-
ups. They are also requested to
bring a birth certificate and in-
surance card to the sign-ups.
The cost to participate per
Please see Tax Dave
Galbraith, Page 4A


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This summer, reports increased that gas sta-
tion pumps along 1-75 in Florida have been the
target of criminals using skimmers. Criminals
look for areas not closely monitored to install gad-
gets on gas pumps and ATMs to rip-off account
information from the magnetic stripe on debit
and credit cards.
"It hasn't affected us," said Chief Gary Cal-
houn of the Madison County Police Department.
He said, unfortunately, that is part of the danger
for people living in a relatively safe environment.
"That's one of the biggest things that people
are subject to in rural areas. You travel and you're
open to being vulnerable," he said.
Criminals use skimmers that look like a real
card reader, perhaps with an extra mirror at-
tached, to be able to download account numbers
right onto their laptops. Calhoun said they've
even gotten so sophisticated that they're getting
access to the universal key that many gas pumps
use to open the pump up and install a fake card
Please see Scam Alert, Page 4A


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Turn Back Time 8 School 11
Classifieds/Legals 14-15 Church 9
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School I
Most adults think a
child's life is easy - wait un-
til they grow up and have to
get out in the real world.
The reality is that childhood
is full of stress and any
change or transition can
make life uneasy for your
school-age child.
Dr. Suzanna Smith,
Family Life Extension Spe-
cialist at the University of
Florida, suggests stress is
greatest during the begin-
ning days and weeks of the
new school year. Parents
are very important in help-
ing children manage stress
and get off to a good start in
school.
When school begins, it
is a change of routine with
new challenges. Whether
it's kindergarten, middle
school or high school, your
child is on the brink of
something big; anxious
about leaving familiar com-
forts and starting some-
thing new.
Stress can be bad or
good. We really can't go
through life without some
stress. It can be good when it
motivates us to do our best
or energizes us to try new
things. Stress is bad when it
becomes overwhelming and
renders a person unable to
deal with the pressures.
With too much stress,
children may become anx-
ious and fearful. Too much
stress can create problems
with their physical and


Can Be Sl


stressful For Kids
child feels uncertain).
Thinking and being posi-
tive helps children and
y adults deal with stress bet-
Ce ter.


Madison Count
Extension Servic
Diann Douglas
Guest Columnist


mental health, their rela-
tionships with their peers,
and their school perfor-
mance.
Signs of stress:
* Headaches
* Stomachaches
* Nightmares or bad
dreams
* A noticeable change in
behavior such as
withdrawing or being
more aggressive than
usual.
* Crying or temper
tantrums
* Eating disorders drug
or alcohol abuse (in older
children)
* Withdrawing from
friends, spending
excessive time on the
Internet, focusing on
unusual interests or
cultures.
Supportive families
and teachers can make the
transition to school easier
for children of all ages.
There are several thing fam-
ilies can do to prevent
stress, no matter the child's
age.
Help children prepare


Don' t Blame Me


Allow me to recreate a scene that is buried far in
the recesses of my memory The scene is hidden so far
back that I cannot remember it but I know that it is
true. My grandfather, Jake Sealey, told the story My
grandmother, Ava Lee Sealey, also told it. My mother
and father also told the story. My aunt, Lucretia Keeler,
wants to forget that it happened but she admits that it
did.
The scene begins in front of a store owned by Sol
and Sylvia Payne in Lee. My granddaddy, Jake, had to
go in the store for just a moment, so he left the car run-
ning. It was reported to me years later that Granddad-
dy has told me not to mess with the gears on the car. I
don't remember that. I was two years old. Aunt Cresey
(as I call her even today) was only 10. Anyway, I
knocked the car out of gear and my aunt and I headed
for Highway 90 and certain doom, all the time in re-
verse.
Fortunately, for me and Aunt Cresey, we were
saved by Carlyle Ragans, who was probably a teenager
at the time, who saw us and ran and jumped into the
car, slammed the brakes and snatched us away from
the snarling, greedy hand of death.
Last Friday, I was speaking with friends of mine at
O'Neal's. Richard and Lindy Cone and Pastor Robert
Ledford and his wife and other members of Landmark
Baptist Church were headed to Brooksville. I wished
them well on their trip and then headed to get a plate of
food. I walked right past Aunt Cresey and her daughter,


Spend time together.
Do things you enjoy and
have fun; schedule regular
family meetings to get
ready for the week at
school and work. Do some-
thing to make your child
feel special.
Help kids develop cop-
ing skills. Children who
know how to solve prob-
lems are better able to han-
dle the difficulties they are
bound to face when they
enter school. Parents
can help their children
think things through
and learn to get help
with needed.
For more informa-
tion on managing stress
and helping children de-
velop positive study
habits, contact the Madi-
son County Extension
Service.
The University of
Florida Extension -
Madison County is an
Equal Employment Op-
portunity Affirmative
Action Employer autho-
rized to provide research,
educational information
and other services only to
individuals and institu-
tions that function with-
out regard to race, color,
sex, age, handicap or na-
tional origin.


Becky. This error was brought to my attention by my
aunt.
I stopped and spoke with Aunt Cresey and Becky
and I noticed that Carlyle Ragans was at the next table.
I brought of the story of Carlyle's bravery.
A brief chat between Aunt Cresey, Carlyle and my-
self followed and then I scooted off to get my lunch.
While I was walking away, I figured out something. I
had found someone to blame all my mistakes in life on.
I began thinking when someone gets mad at me, I
can tell them to blame Carlyle Ragans because he
saved my life when I was only two years old. If I had
bitten the bullet as a toddler, the person couldn't be
mad at me, but Carlyle Ragans had ruined that for
them. It's Carlyle's fault.
Of course, I am just joking about blaming any-
thing on the man who saved me and my aunt when I
was so young. I thank God that he was there to do it. I
would have missed decades of blessings if he had not.
It would have also added heartache to my parents' lives
if I had not been rescued.
Three of their seven chil-
dren died when they were
less than two years old.
They didn't need any-
thing else to add to the
pain.
God has been good
and He has given me
many blessings. I realize
that there will be times
when I aggravate people.
When they get aggravated
at me, I want them to
think about Carlyle Ra-
gans saving my life and
what it would have been
like if he hadn't. Thank
you, Carlyle, and once ' ..
again, I thank God that
you were there.


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CANVASS

OF

RETURNS



The canvass of returns and

absentee ballots for the

2010 Primary Election will be held

in Madison, Florida on

August 24, 2010.


The canvass of returns and

absentee ballots will begin at

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at the Madison County
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I-t
for the change. Children are
less fearful when they know
what to expect. Many
schools now help parents
and students get ready by of-
fering open houses. Go the
school for special programs
and keep in touch with
teachers on a regular basis.
Talk about school.
Help your children talk
about the day by asking sim-
ple questions. If you have a
teenager, be there when
they are ready to talk.
Keep normal house
routines. Give children a
safe, predictable, and stable
routine. This helps them
know what to expect of the
day and evening.
Encourage your chil-
dren to keep old friends and
make new ones. For middle
school students, starting
with a friend makes the
change easier. Children
who are able to make new
friends also do better ad-
justing to school.
Be positive. Help chil-
dren see the upcoming
changes as exciting and
fun (but don't deny that a


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Friday, August 20, 2010


Red, White And


True Mysteries


Ben Kubelsky And Sadye Marks

Were Two Of The Biggest Stars

That You Never Heard Of


S'Mary Livingston and Jack Benny
Mary Livingston and Jack Benny


By Paul Niemann
Ben Kubelsky associ-
ated with some of the
biggest names in show
business during his 57-
year career - people like
George Burns and Gracie
Allen, Frank Sinatra,
Gene Kelly, Jimmy Stew-
art, Bing Crosby and
Mary Livingstone (who
was married to Jack Ben-
ny). Later in life, he be-
came close friends with
Bob Hope and Johnny
Carson.
Ben was born in 1894
in Chicago, the oldest
child of Meyer and Emma
Kubelsky Ben's parents
gave him a violin for his
sixth birthday and would
later push him toward a
career as a violinist. He
hated it, yet he became
one of the biggest stars of
his era and is still known
all over the United States -
but not because of his mu-
sic.
During the peak of
his comedy career, he per-
formed at the famous
Palace Theatre in New
York as well as the Or-
pheum Theatre in Los An-
geles. Later in his career,
he played violin with the
Los Angeles Philharmon-
ic and also at Carnegie
Hall.
You say you've never
heard of Ben Kubelsky?
"WELL!" I bet you
have.
His first paying job
was as a violinist in a local
vaudeville house when he
was in the ninth grade. He
went on to flunk every
class in school that year,
and he dropped out the fol-
lowing year. It was at this


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job where he met a new
group known as the Marx
Brothers, who were so im-
pressed with Ben that
they offered him a chance
to tour with their comedy
act. Ben's parents would-
n't allow it, though.
So he continued to
perform comedy and, like
many show biz perform-
ers, Ben Kubelsky adopted
a stage name. He did so in
1912 because another vio-
linist, Jan Kubelik,
thought that a comedian
would damage his reputa-
tion by having such a sim-
ilar name as his.
It wasn't the only time
that he adopted a stage
name, because during his
vaudeville days from 1919
to 1931, there was yet an-
other performer who
claimed that Ben's stage
name was too similar to
his name. So Ben took a
different name, one which
he would use for the rest of
his life.
Ben had become
friendly with Sadye
Marks, who was believed
to be a distant cousin to
the Marx Brothers (some-
where along the way the
name was changed from
Marks to Marx). In 1926,
Ben learned that 20-year-
old Sadye was about to be
married to a man from
Vancouver. Ben got on the
phone and convinced her
that she was too young to
get married, and that she
should come to Chicago
with him instead. Ben and
Sadye got married soon af-
ter that, and she asked
him about his comment
about being "too young to
get married."
He responded that she
was too young to get mar-
ried "to him maybe, but
not to me."
Ben worked in radio
from 1932 - 1948, and his
show was one of the high-
est-rated radio shows dur-
ing that time period before
television came along. He
rated higher than Bing
Crosby, Amos & Andy,
George Burns & Gracie
Allen, and the Marx
Brothers.
Still think that you've
never heard of Ben Kubel-
sky?
"WELL!" Maybe


you've heard of his televi-
sion career, which lasted
from 1949 to 1964.
He won an Emmy for
Best Comedy Series in
1958, and the following
year he had his first spe-
cial on TV Ben's friend,
former President Harry
Truman, was a guest on
one of his shows, and his
TV career lasted until
1965, when he was 71 years
old. His CBS show ran op-
posite a new show on NBC
called Gomer Pyle,
U.S.M.C.
"WELL, G-O-L-IY!"
After 33 years in radio
and TV, Ben Kubelsky left
his regular show but con-
tinued in showbiz with his
one-hour specials. Earlier
I mentioned that he asso-
ciated with Mary Living-
stone, who was the wife of
Jack Benny
That's because he was
married to her.
You see, Ben Kubel-
sky's stage name was Jack
Benny And just as Ben
Kubelsky took a stage
name, so did Mary Living-
stone. Her real name was
Sadye Marks.
"WELL!"
For more stories,
become a fan of Paul on
Facebook. Paul can be
reached at niemann-
7@aol.com.


Katherine

Josephine

Schreiber
Katherine Josephine
Schreiber, age 87, died
Wednesday, August 18,
2010 at her home.
Graveside funeral
services were held Satur-
day, August 14, 2010 at
Dade Memorial Park,
Miami, Florida.
She moved to Lee in
1996 coming from Miami
where she lived most of
her life. She was a home-
maker.
She is survived by
her six children:
Dorothy Schreiber, of
Lee, Kathy Welker, of Ft
Lauderdale, Frank
Schreiber, of Hollywood,
John Schreiber of Mia-
mi, and Josephine
Schreiber of Lee; 32
grandchildren; 38 great
grandchildren; one
great-great grandchild;
and one sister, Faye Hef-
fer of Ft. Pierce.
She was preceded in
death by a son, Thomas
Schreiber, Jr.
A special thanks to
our sister: There are not
enough words to thank
you for the loving care
given to our mother dur-
ing her time of need, giv-
en to her by our sister
Dorothy and her chil-
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Wayne, Dorothy, Lina,
James, Thomas, Brian,
Jennifer, Alex, Chris,
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reader inside.
There is talk of organized criminal gangs from
Eastern Europe that have arrived in the U.S. to set
up skimming operations, according to the Con-
sumer Reports Money blog online.
For protection, consumers using of a debit card
at a gas pump should not type in their PIN number.
Another positive move is to join an identity theft
company, such as LifeLock, which will notify an in-
dividual if someone opens up an account in his or
her name.


Peanut Boil

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A cake auction will be one of the highlights of
the day as politicians, business people and others
will pay good prices for great cakes to support the
Hamburg-Lovett Volunteer Fire Department.
Peanuts will also be available by the bushel.
For more information or to order peanuts,
please call (850) 948-4353 each evening from 6-9 p.m.


8/11
Kenneth Sermons
- VOP (circuit)
Joey Chad McIn-
tyre - Driving while li-
cense suspended
knowingly
Jason William
Doyle - Possession of
marijuana less than 20
grams, possession of
drug paraphernalia
Kenneth Leon
Daniels - Possession of
marijuana over 20
grams
Jamerius Lamar
Gainous - Out of coun-
ty warrant
Darrlyn McKeith
Joseph - Retail theft,
possession of drug
paraphernalia
8/12
Jacob Allen Porter
- Possession of oxy-
codone, possession of
marijuana, drug equip-


ment
Nathaniel
- VOP
Jeremy
Hall - VOP
8/13
Calvin
Leverette - VC
Antonio


Dixon - VOP
8/15
Anthony McGee -
Battery (domestic vio-
lence)
Monica Williams -
Battery (domestic vio-
lence)
8/16
Xavier Devante
Davis - Trespass after
warning, resisting ar-
rest without violence
Kevin Lamont
Aikens - Out of county
warrant
Bobby James West
- Out of county war-
rant
Travis Hill- Out of
county warrant
Jeremy Lavarus
Johnson - Criminal
registration
8/17
Richard Daniel
Ybarra - Possession of
marijuana less than 20


grams, possession of
Burnett drug paraphernalia
Brandon Trevor
Michael Kellstrom - Possession
of marijuana less than
20 grams, possession of
Bernard drug equipment
)P Amanda Sue Math-
Bernard is - VOP


Tax Exemptions

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was one of three locations being considered by a ma-
jor manufacturer? How does this county stack up
among other competitors?
Madison County is an Enterprise Zone, targeted
for economic revitalization. A strong Employment
Connections and Workforce Development Board and
local colleges are ready to train workers a new em-
ployer is hiring; land is available and affordable; the
county offers easy access to transportation with
four interchanges on 1-10 and 30 minutes south of I-
75.
Even with these advantages, Madison County
must have the property tax exemption available to
new businesses to be competitive. Ed Meggs, chair-
man of the Madison County Development Council,
said, "If we don't have this tool in our toolbox, we
might as well put up a sign, 'We don't want new busi-
ness."
New business development is so delicate and
touch-and-go, that many people don't realize that
Madison County officials are still in contact with
Walmart, the corporate giant that slipped away 2-3
years ago after 300 new stores on their drawing
board were downsized to 120, causing the proposed
Madison store to be cut within 90 days of final ap-
proval.
As a matter of major importance to the future of
Madison County, vote "Yes" to renew the Board of
County Commissioners authority to grant economic
development tax exemptions. It all boils down to jobs
for Madison County graduates and citizens seeking
work.
As Joe Boyles said at Rotary recently, "This is an
arrow we need in our quiver."


Dave Galbraith

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child is $50.
There will be six-seven-year old teams; eight-10-
year-old teams; and 11-13-year-old teams. Cheerlead-
ers will range in age from 5-13 years old.
Remember to go and get registered for another
exciting season of Dave Galbraith Football and
Cheerleading.

Hospital

cont from Page 1A
members had not been returned at press time.
Abercrombie called the newspaper near 5 p.m.
on Wednesday afternoon and told this writer that
some information had been brought to his attention
by ACHA that he had not had earlier in the day He
said that an emergency board meeting had been
called that afternoon and that he had brought seri-
ous maintenance issues to the board's attention.
He said that because it will be large areas that
will require a lot of work that patients would be
shifted from one part of the hospital to another.
Abercrombie said that because of this, the num-
ber of patients would have to be limited but that
none would be turned away.
Contacted by telephone, Juan Botino, Madison
County EMS Director, said Thursday morning that
he had been informed by the emergency room that
the ambulances can still bring patients to the emer-
gency room.


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September 1
The Tall Pines Club will meet Wednesday, Sept.
1, at noon in the Mill Conference Room in Cly-
attville, Ga.
Members are invited to bring a covered dish to
go with the barbecue furnished by Bobby McMillan.
Make plans to attend for great food, fun and fel-
lowship.


We, the family and close friends of
Jeanette Christine "Christie" Deas,
would like to take this opportunity to
thank everyone for their thoughts and
prayers during this sad time. For all the
support we have received, there are no
words to express how we feel.
Special thanks to Beggs Funpral
Home for the arrangements, New Test.i
ment Church for the service, to Melody
and others for the video and beautiful
picture arrangements, to the LPN class-
mates for their kind words, Madison
County Sheriff's Department for their
participation, Farmer's Furniture for
being a tremendous help, Fellowship
Baptist Church for a wonderful meal af-
ter the services, to Sirmans Baptist
Church, to the ones who made, and are
still making, donations to the "Christie
Deas Memorial Fund," and to all the
ones who brought food, supplies, flowers
and cards, along with all the prayers.
We pray that God will bless each and
everyone of you, and ask that you keep
us in your prayers.
Sincerely,
The Christie Deas Family and
Close Friends



55 Plus Club To



Season Of

Monthly Meetings
On Wednesday, September 8, at noon at the
United Methodist Community Center, the 55 Plus
Club begins the eighth year of monthly luncheon
meetings. The Center is located at the corner of
Highway 145 and Dill Street, which is about five
miles north of Madison on Highway 145. All area
residents 55 years old and older are invited to at-
tend. There are no fees of any kind and seniors of
all faiths are welcome. The first program of the
new season will be presented by Mary Kay Blume,
a member of the Board of the Barksdale Founda-
tion. Blume will be bringing exciting news from
the Barksdale Farm. For further information about
the 55 Plus Club, or any outreach of the United
Methodist Cooperative Ministries, contact the Co-
ordinator, Deborah Brown, at 850-929-4938.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, Aug 18, 2010
Tim Ressler shows the creative touches in ARC's
new building.
On Wednesday morning, Wayne Kaiser, along
with Tom and Wayne Foust, were ankle-deep in ce-
ment as they poured the new wheelchair ramp in
front of ARC's renovated building, located by the
railroad tracks at 727 SW South Range Avenue in
Madison.
The interior facelift of the 1940s Haire Furni-
ture building is almost completed. The idea was to
bring the outdoors inside with colorful canopies,
street lights, a plaza, music stage, health pod for ex-
ercise, library, and other creative pods for people to
learn and play.
"We'll wait till Fall to hold a community festi-
val," said Tim Ressler, executive director of ARC
Madison-Jefferson. With all of the creative energy
going into the new building, there is the potential
to rent out the new facility at times.
The community showcase is an example of
what can be done on a tight budget. With the help of
local partners, the new Adult Training Center is
shaping up in every way. Madison Correctional
prisoners are doing an excellent job using pur-


ureene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne braves, Aug 18, 2010
Canopies throughout the ARC building interior
have positive messages.
chased supplies, said Ressler, as well as recycling
old wood in the attic for door and wall trim. Hamil-
ton Correctional prisoners added a beautiful touch
in building many cabinets, shelving and cubbies
for personal belongings.
"We just got the street lights up the other day,"
said Ressler. Approximately 40 Madison and Jeffer-
son service recipients will attend the new com-
bined ADT this Fall, and
with the new facilities,
the number is expected
to increase.
The canopies inside
give the spacious build-
ing a wonderful festival
atmosphere with say-
ings like, "You Can Do
It" and "Imagine."
Ressler said, "I wanted
to give some positive
messages for our folks
to see."
Four restrooms, two
for clients and two for
staff, and a small, pri-
vate conference room
have been added to the
faciy d s ed. en Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
facility. Old wooden Marianne Graves, Aug 18, 2010
floors have been sanded
and only need one more Glen Buchanan
coat of polyurethane to leads the ARC renova-
finish the natural shine. tion work.
New tile is in; old-fashioned gas heaters have been
beautified and an old brick chimney renovated.
The warehouse area is now painted and ready
for various jobs needed by the community Ressler
said the Department of Elder Affairs' Shine pro-
gram is currently storing boxes for an upcoming
conference in the new storage space.
An outdoor courtyard still needs to be devel-
oped and shaded. Ressler said Randy Littleton, who


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Cement gets poured, left to right, thanks to
Wayne Foust, Tommy Foust and Wayne Kaiser.
sold ARC a piece of property between two build-
ings, will also allow them to construct a fence.
ARC's Madison offices in Harvey Greene In-
dustrial Park will continue to be used for staff of-
fices and additional classroom space on SW
Commerce Avenue. The Jefferson facility will no
longer be utilized after the new building is com-
pleted.
Ressler's "wish list" includes financial gifts,
donated shipping scales, art supplies and vehicle
and property donations, which qualify for a tax
write off. Business owners with jobs that need to be
done may also contact ARC.
ARC serves clients with intellectual and devel-
opmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, spina bifada,
epilepsy and other medically involved needs. Their
phone number is 973-4614.
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AUGUST 24, 2010, IS A VERY IMPORTANT DAY


FOR THE FUTURE OF AMERICA.

America is in a downward spiral with Morals, Values, and Economic Survival. This

has happened because the leaders of today have lost touch with the reality of life.

You cannot spend more than you make, You cannot create rules that stifle the job market

and growth. The public sector cannot be larger than the private sector. You cannot turn

a blind eye to immoral acts because the media has desensitized society with Television

and Music.

The only hope we as Americans have are the leaders of tomorrow. We must begin this

transition August 24, 2010. Below is a list of Candidates that we believe will allow

Americans to succeed in all forms of Life. Financially, Morally, and Spiritually! Please

consider these candidates when you vote for a better America!


OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
AUGUST 24, 2010
TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVAL M NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE.
Use only a #2 pencil, the marker provided, or a blue or black pen.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot. If you erase or mm ,

CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATIVE AN
UNITED STATES SENATOR



(Vote for One)
ItFCIAOOL BOARD MEMBER
S Jeff Greene DISTRICT
t Kendrick B Meek
pu Ricky Henderson
STATE A Tina Johnson
GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT O C Ronnie agans
GOVERNOR RENEWAL OF AUTHOR I ZTATI
(Vote for One) FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY
SENATOR COMMISSIONERS TO GRANT
SDEVELOPMRICT ENT ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT
Not Yet Designated ote for One) TAX EXEMPTIONS
S esnontford Shall the board of county commissioners o
bethis county be authorized to grant,
ATTORNEY GEi iursuantto s. 3, Art VVII of the State
Constititutution property tax exemptions to
(Vote for COUNTY new businesses and expansions of existining
Dave Aronbuusinessessinesses
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exemptions exemptions
N a y NO - Against authority to grant
exemptions.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
O Pat Raines
CD Wayne Vickers



OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
NONPARTISAN PARTY
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
AUGUST 24, 2010
* TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVAL 0 NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE.
" Use only a #2 pencil, the marker provided, or a blue or black pen.
" If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot.If youeraseorm
your vote may not count.

NONPARTISAN



SCHOOL BOAR
DISTR
(Vote for
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CDTina Joba

R A i'ORIZATION
FO B OF COUNTY
DEVELOPMENT
X EXEMPTIONS
board of county commissioners of
s be authorized to grant,
rsua to s. 3, Art. Vll of the State
Constitution, property tax exemptions to
new businesses and expansions of existing
businesses?
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CDNO - Against authority to grant
exemptions.


OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
REPUBLICAN PARTY
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
AUGUST 24, 2010
TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVAL * NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE.
Use only a #2 pencil, the marker provided, or a blue or black pen.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot. If you erase or m
your vote may not count.
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CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for One)
0 William Escoffery III
(7) Willi4m Rilly Knmt
( Marco Rubio
STATE
GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
(Vote for One)
0 Mike McCalister
Not Yet Designated
D Bill McCollum 4
Not Yet Designated
SRick Scott
Not Yet Designat
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SCHOOL BOAR
DISTRIr
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C0 Ricky Henderson


F s0' OI-I OF COUNTY
NERS TO GRANT
DEVELOPMENT
X EXEMPTIONS
board of county commissioners of
be authorized to grant,
rsua to s 3, Art. VII of the State
Constitution, property tax exemptions to
new businesses and expansions of existing
businesses?
/ YES - For authority to grant
exemptions.
0 NO - Against authority to grant
exemptions.


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Here's Your Sample Ballot for
the 2010 Primary Election


Madison County
Precinct Number and Names
1 Madison Agriculture Center
181 NW Ag Center Cir, Madison, FL 32340
2 Madison Madison Recreation Center
243 SW Arnold St, Madison, FL 32340
3 Lee Lee City Hall
286 NE CR 255, Lee, FL 32059
4 Sirmans Voting House, Sirmans
118 SW Okaloo Way, Greenville, FL 32331
5 Greenville Senior Citizens Bid
166 SW Onslow St, Greenville, FL 32331
6 Hamburg Hamburg Vol. Fire Station
7286 NW Lovett Rd., Greenville, FL 32331
7 Cherry Lake Voting House, Crossroads
7983 N SR 53, Madison, FL 32340
8 Pinetta Pinetta Vol. Fire Dept
509 NE Persimmon Dr., Pinetta, FL 32350
9 Eridu Recycling Center
11389 SW Overstreet Av, Lamont, FL 32336
10 Madison Board Room, Madison County Annex
229 SW Pinckney St., Room 107
Madison, FL 32340
11 Madison Voting House, Bunker St.
146 SE Bunker St, Madison, FL 32340


Early voting begins August 9,
2010 and ends August 21,2010.
Hours for voting will be Monday
through Friday from 8:30 AM
until 4:30 PM. The Weekend
Hours will be Saturday, August
14,2010 from 8:00 AM until 12:00
PM, Sunday, August 15, 2010
from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM, and
Saturday, August 21, 2010 from
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM.

The location for early voting is the
Supervisor of Elections' office in the
Court House Annex Building.

Please remember, all voters are
required to show photo identification
prior to voting or vote a provisional
ballot.


County Commission and School Board races will need to be determined

based on personal interactions with candidates. Madison County has several

qualified, honest, motivated individuals capable of changing the current

direction of government. Government Spending and Regulation is out of control

hampering job growth and creation in the private sector. Vote for individuals

you feel would reverse the trend of bigger government and regulations. The

American people do not need a rule for everything in life, every rule made is a

freedom lost.


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Madison Academy presented their fourth grade's Children's Book Week play. Pictured from left to right standing, are Donna Keeling, Deborah Rains
drews, Marie Bunting, Debbie Jones and Teresa Wells. Kneeling, left to right: Andy Shea, Rocky Fraleigh, Mike Rykard and Lisa Singletary. From the
vember 26, 1971 Entelprlee-Recorder


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From the February 14. 1941

Enterprise Recorder



Ceckled T "O4acles"

Miss Majorie Prince of Greenville, a freshman in the school of Home
Economics at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, at Auburn, Ala., was recently
elected to "Oracles," the only honor society for freshman girls on the campus.
This honor goes only to freshman girls who have attained superior scholastic
standing. Miss Prince expects to major in Dietetics.


Accepting their cash award for an eleventh place finish in the first Florida 4-
H Forest Ecology Contest are Senior Division Team members Mike Rowell,
Jonathan Jackson, David Combass and Henry Fountain. Art Alston, second from
right, is the Madison County Extension Director. Presenting the award is Florida
Forestry Association Executive Carroll Lamb. From the Friday, November 12,
1971 Enterprise-Recorder

From the February 7. 1941

Enterprise Recorder


Lucile's Dress

Shop Begins

Fifth Year
Elsewhere in this issue, Lucile's
Dress Shop has an advertisement
telling of the completion of four years
in business in Madison and thanking
customers of the store.
Lucile's Dress Shop has made
splendid progress during the past
four years and has consistently been
adding lines of good quality merchan-
dise. A list of the large number of
widely-advertised brands carried by
Lucile's Dress Shop is printed in the
store's advertisement.


Moore And
Hollingsworth
Awarded For
Sales Record
Simmie Moore and Tom
Hollingsworth were among Chevrolet
salesmen who were presented awards
at a zone meeting of the Jacksonville
branch at an all-day session last Thurs-
day The local men, salesmen for the
Messer Motor Company, Madison's
Chevrolet dealer, were presented
awards for their outstanding sales
record during 1940.
Mr. Henry Messer, owner of the
company, and Mr. C.M. (Dick) Plant,
sales manager, also attended the meet-
ing.


August 18, 1950
Johnnie Driggers, son of Elisha
Driggers of Greenville, was recently
wounded in action in the Korean War,
and has been evacuated to a hospital
in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Johnnie
called his father from California last
week and reported that he had been
shot in the arm.
Miss Dorothy Herndon enter-
tained a number of friends last Friday
night with a pound party
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pulliam have
purchased a new 1950 Chevrolet car.
T.F Livingston is local chairman
for the Jacksonville Gator Bowl Asso-
ciation.
August 19, 1960
Bob and Beanie Searcy have sold
the Clinton Anderson farm on the
Suwannee River to Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Brandon of St. Marys, Ga.
Kin Johnson is visiting friends in
Jasper, Ala., this week.
A.J. Thigpen of Greenville report-
ed that he killed two very large rat-


tlesnakes in his yard within about ten
minutes apart. Both were the same
size, five feet long and with ten rattles.
A big baptism was held at the
Brickyard Pond early Sunday morn-
ing by a number of cooperating
churches in the city and county
Churches included Shiloh, St.
James and Mt. Zion of this city and
Bethlehem and Cross Roads.
August 21, 1970
Mrs. H.E. Drawdy is visiting her
son, Mr. Howell Drawdy and family, in
Austell, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Mullar, of
Valdosta, Ga., announce the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of
their niece, Wilma Vicki Herring and
Mr. Colin Kelly Howerton, son of Mrs.
Emy Howerton and Mr. Thomas M.
Howerton, both of Madison.
Public schools, grades 1-12, open
on Aug. 31.
The Cherry Lake Methodist Bible
Class continues through Friday evening.
Attendance was reported good.


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55 Plus Club To Begin

Eighth Season Of Monthly Meetings


The 55 Plus Club, an outreach ministry of the
United Methodist Cooperative Ministries, will
start their eighth year of meetings on September 8,
at 12 noon. This once a month luncheon meeting
(with the exception of July and August) is free of
any charges or fees and is open to any area resident
55 years and older. Seniors of all faiths are invited.
The purpose of the 55 Plus Club is to allow se-
niors to meet for Christian fellowship over lunch,
with informative or entertaining programs that
have particular interest to seniors.
The 55 Plus Club meets at the United Methodist
Community Center which is located about five
miles north of Madison on Highway 145, at the in-
tersection of 145 and Dill Street.
The eight United Methodist Churches of Madi-
son County, Pine Tree Quilters, and the United
Methodist Cooperative Board, all take turns
preparing the luncheons for the 10 meetings a year.
The hosts generally serve salads, sandwiches,
desserts, and a drink. In the winter months, soup
and sandwiches have been served, as well as other
cold weather food, such as barbecue sandwiches or
chicken casserole.


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One of the programs of 55 Plus was given by the
Madison County Health Department, and included
blood pressure checks for those who wanted to be
checked.
previous sheriff speaking about home safety, a fire-
man speaking about fire prevention, Jay Fraleigh,
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oi v raieigi iNursery, gave ips on spring gar uening,
Over the years, the 55 Plus Club has had many Dan Fenneman, Madison County Extension Agent,
interesting programs, including Madison County's gave plants for members' gardens.
Teenie (Montene)
Cave and Maria Greene
spoke about the Trea-
Sh sures of Madison Coun-


ty, and one December there was a song festival led
by Debbie Bass. What a fun time that was. Diann
Douglas from the Madison County Extension Ser-
vice had a program on "Grandma's Blue Pie Plate."
The 55 Plus Club has had seven years full of a
variety of programs.
The first meeting of the eighth year will be a
program of exciting news from the Barksdale
Foundation, presented by Mary Kay Blume.
The 55 Plus Club first met in September of
2003, when Willis Moore was Chairperson of the
board of United Methodist Cooperative Ministries.
Margaret Throgmorton was Vice-Chairperson at
that time.
This year Ruth Herndon is Chairperson, and
will have the pleasure of introducing the new Co-
ordinator of the United Methodist Cooperative
Ministries, Deborah Brown of Pinetta.
The program chair for 55 Plus Club is Betty
Williams.
Lee United Methodist ladies, who are
renowned for being great cooks, will serve the lun-
cheon.
Remember, the date is Wednesday, September 8,
at 12 noon, at the United Methodist Community
Center on Highway 145.
For more information about 55 Plus Club, or
any outreach ministry of the United Methodist Co-
operative Ministries, call Deborah Brown at 929-
4938.


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First Baptist
Church

By Kristin Finney


"The LORD is my strength and my
shield; my heart trusts in him, and I
am helped. My heart leaps for joy and I
will give thanks to him in song. The
LORD is the strength of his people, a
fortress of salvation for his anointed
one. Save your people and bless your
inheritance; be their shepherd and car-
ry them forever," Psalm 28:7-9.
The time of praise began with the
hymns "Bless the Name of Jesus" and
"I Exalt Thee." This was followed by
Pastor Ferrell giving the prayer and
welcome. The welcome was followed
by the hymns "Are You Washed..." and
"At Calvary." The worship choir then
sang an upbeat piece entitled, "0 Hap-
py Day."
Pastor Ferrell's message came
from 1 Corinthians 10:13, Hebrews
12:1, James 5:19-20, 1 John 1:9 and
Galatians 6:1-5. Services were closed
with the hymn, "Where He Leads, I'll
Go."
Upcoming events at Madison First
Baptist are as follows; Church softball
league 2010 season ended this week.
All of the department heads, commit-
tee chairpersons, etc. must have their
budgets submitted to the Finance
Committee by September 15. They can
be turned into the church office to
Sandra. Ansley and Elias Paulk will
be welcoming the newest member of
their family, a beautiful baby boy, soon.
There will be a baby shower for them in
the Fellowship hall on August 22 from
4-5:30 p.m. This event is being hosted by
Debbie Bass and Sarah Pike. Ansley
and Elias are registered at Babies R Us
and Target. August 29 will be Madison
First Baptists annual Sunday School


Round-Up! This years goal is 170.
The Good News Clubs will begin
meeting soon. Anyone interested in
signing up or volunteering should let
the church know as soon as possible.
The group meets every Thursday at
Madison County Central School as
well as Pinetta Elementary Anyone
interested should contact Kara Wash-
ington.
We would like to invite you to join
us for our services! Our worship
schedule is as follows: Sunday school
9:45-11 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship
11 a.m.-noon. Sunday Evening Wor-
ship 6-7 p.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.
We would like to extend our
prayers and best wished to Buford Sel-
man. He celebrated his 100th birthday
on August 15. This is a truly blessed
and amazing event in his life as well
as the lives of his family
"The LORD is my rock, my fortress
and my deliverer; my God is my rock,
in whom I take refuge. He is my shield
and the horn of my salvation, my
stronghold. I call to the LORD, who is
worthy of praise, and I am saved from
my enemies. The cords of death entan-
gled me; the torrents of destruction
overwhelmed me. The cords of the
grave coiled around me; the snares of
death confronted me. In my distress I
called to the LORD; I cried to my God
for help. From his temple he heard my
voice; my cry came before him, into his
ears, "Psalm 18:2-6.
God Bless!


Greenville Church

Holding Praise And

Worship Service

Sunday Afternoon .
By Jacob Bembry everyone to come and get
Greene Publishing, Inc. their breakthrough, _
The Sanctuary of through praise and wor-
Praise "CoolJC" of the ship.
Apostolic Faith, Inc., in- Minister Donnie Gra-
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on Sunday, Aug. 22, at 4 tional message.
p.m., for a special service The church is located at
featuring songs of praise 173 SW Overstreet Avenue
and worship. in Greenville.
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Sports


Friday, August 20, 2010


Baseball Tournament Set For



Saturday And Sunday In Madison


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Timberwolves, Pan-
thers, Blue Jays and Dia-
mondbacks, oh my!
Those are just the
names of four of the teams
competing in the inaugural
North Florida-South Geor-
gia Championship tourna-
ment set for this weekend
in Madison.
The action will begin
on Saturday, Aug. 22, as the
Valdosta Dodgers go toe to
toe with the Lake City Tim-
berwolves, at 11 a.m. The
game will be played at
Cantey Field at North
Florida Community Col-
lege.
The winner of that
game will engage in con-
flict the next day at 4:30
p.m. at NFCC against the
winner of the Moultrie Ex-
pos and Georgia Starz
game. First pitch will be
thrown at 11 a.m. in that
tilt at Madison County
High School.
The Tifton Panthers
will play against the Azalea


City Blue Jays at 4 p.m. on
Saturday at NFCC.
The winner of that
game will play the winner
of the South Georgia Dia-
mondbacks and North
Florida Rebels game,
which will begin at 4 p.m.
at MCHS.
The semifinals will be
held on Sunday afternoon
at 4:30 p.m., with one game
being held at NFCC and the
other being held at MCHS.
The championship
game will be held at 7:30
p.m. Sunday evening at
MCHS.
Prior to the game, a
cake auction will be held to
raise money for the Madi-
son County Senior Citizens
Center. If anyone would
like to donate a cake for
auction, please call the Se-
nior Citizens Center at 973-
4241.
The North Florida-
South Georgia MABL
would like to thank the
Tourist Development Coun-
cil (TDC) for helping fund
the tournament.


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Marshal's Club Memberships Still Available


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowboys have
built a great tradition of winning and they could not
have done that without the support of their fans and
their Booster Club.
"It's not just for football," Lee Anne Hall, the
secretary of the Booster Club said. "When you be-
come a member of the Booster Club, you support all
sports."
She said that Booster Club memberships are
pro-rated and go from everything from football to


basketball to softball to tennis and numerous other
sports.
The Marshal's Club is the name that the Booster
Club uses for its football program. When someone
joins the Marshal's Club, they receive reserve park-
ing for all of the Cowboys' home football games, as
well as season tickets for the games.
Marshal's Club tickets are still available. Please
call (850) 464-0321 to order tickets.
In addition to Hall serving as secretary of the
Booster Club, Rusty Smith is the president and Brid-
gette Gudz serves as treasurer.


Hall said that she and her husband, Darryl, have
been supporting the Boosters since her daughter,
Jessie, was a freshman in high school. Jessie has
graduated, but now she goes to watch her son, Hank,
play football each week.
"It was my goal in life to sit in the bleachers
when my kids got in high school and watch them
play," she said. "It is probably one of the most re-
warding things I've ever done."
Hall will be sitting in the bleachers this year
with thousands of others, rooting the Cowboys on to
victory.


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MADISON COUNTY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
MADISON, FLORIDA
www.madisonfldevelopment.com



August 10, 2010


To All Registered Voters in Madison County:

The following will be on the August 24, 2010 Ballot:

"RENEWAL OF AUTHORIZATION FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS TO GRANT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TAX
EXEMPTIONS

Shall the Board of County Commissioners of this county be authorized
to grant, pursuant to s. 3, Art. VII of the State Constitution, property
tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses?"

On September 5, 2000 the voters of Madison County gave the Board of County Commissioners the
authority to grant property tax exemptions to new businesses wishing to locate to Madison County and
to existing businesses wishing to expand. This authority will expire on September 5, 2010 unless
extended by the voters on August 24, 2010. The Commissioners established minimum job creation
criteria in order to obtain the exemption, and the exemption is only for the property taxes on the new
construction. Other taxes levied by the School Board, Suwannee River Water Management,
Municipalities and Special Assessments are not affected by this exemption.

From an economic development and job creation standpoint this authority is critical, as most every
county in Florida and South Georgia has the ability to grant this exemption. Having this authority
does not guarantee our success in causing businesses to look at our county for expansion purposes.
However, NOT having the authority will certainly guarantee that we will not be competitive in this
bidding process. Every business inquiry that we have received over the last ten years has requested
information about our property tax exemption.

Madison County has one of the highest unemployment rates in Florida and the Southeast. Therefore,
we need meaningful jobs for our citizens. We have affordable land, a willing workforce and we are
well suited geographically to attract the businesses looking to expand. Having this authority will
allow us to remain competitive.

On behalf of the Board Members of the Madison County Development Council, we strongly urge you
to vote YES for the renewal of this authority.


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MCCS Has First Full Faculty Meeting Of

The Year And Introduces New Teachers
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Greene Publishing; Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney; August 17; 2010
The newest teachers at MCCS are: Front row left to right; Lyndsay Morrison, fifth grade support facilitation; Elizabeth Gooden, middle school Paraprofession-
al; Valerie Bass, Pre-K Parprofessional; Yolanda Smith-Haynes, Assistant Principal; Linda Ledyard, RTI Facilitator; Charla Walker, first grade; Mania Simonelli, sec-
ond grade; Rich Caisse, eighth grade math and Melinda King, ESE Kindergarten. Back row from left to right; Carnesha Milton, fourth grade math and science; Tresca
Alexander, Pre-K; Forrest Murssey, eighth grade language arts; Michelle Kellum, middle grades ESE; Lesli Vester, second grade; Kara Lipscomb, Pre-K; Megan Dick-
ey; sixth grade and Kristen Page, fifth grade.


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Central School had its first full
faculty meeting of the new school year on Aug. 17.
This meeting was led by Principal Sam Stal-
naker and held in the cafeteria. MCCS will be intro-


1990
MADISON COUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

Looking for contact information on
1990 Madison County High School
graduates for 20 year class reunion. If
you or someone you know is a 1990
grad, please email your contact
information to:

Elizabeth Waring:
elizabethwaring@jj-fuel.com
Kim Whigham:
william@embarqmail.com
Amy Kendrick:
amyskendrick@yahoo.com



Middle School Students

Learn to Build Wealth
The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Trea-
sury Direct Program offers lesson plans for middle
schools students. All are aligned with national
school mathematics standards. And yes, middle
school is not too early to plan for college.
Individual lessons that teachers may download
for students to use are: The Secret to Becoming a
Millionaire; Wallpaper Woes; Math and Taxes - A
Pair to Count On and Spreading the Budget from the
Federal Citizen Information Center web site at
http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/teachers/.
Get a resourceful overview of personal wealth-
building strategies, and help students understand
their credit scores.


during a new program this year called. Positive Be- They discussed creating lesson plans, taking phone
havior Support or PBS. PBS is a program designed calls, planning periods, schedules and how to plan
to create positive environments for the students and parent meetings.
employees. Also during the meeting, Stalnaker introduced
There was also a session for general informa- all of the new teachers being welcomed to MCCS
tion to be shared including many different topics. this year..

Florida Named Finalist In Race To The Top Competition


Florida was recently announced as one of 19 finalists
qualifying in the federal Race to the Top Phase 2 competi-
tion. This month Governor Crist will lead a delegation to
Washington, D.C., to present Florida's Race to the Top pro-
posal. Education Commissioner Dr. Eric Smith and Andy
Ford, president of the Florida Education Association, will
also participate in the presentation. If Florida's proposal is
selected, Florida could receive up to $700 million in federal
funds to implement locally developed, comprehensive edu-
cation reform plans.
Other delegation members include Public Schools
Chancellor Dr. Frances Haithcock and Alberto Carvalho,
superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Carvalho was appointed by Governor Crist to chair Flori-
da's Race to the Top Working Group in May. At the Gover-
nor's direction, the working group built consensus to
develop the Phase 2 Memorandum of Understanding that
was later signed by 54 local teacher unions - as well as 65 of
Florida's 67 school districts, three of the state's four lab
schools and the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind.
"Florida has worked diligently to bring together di-
verse support from superintendents, school board mem-
bers, teachers and teacher associations for our Race to the
Top application," said Crist. "I am confident our team will
clearly communicate why Florida's past and present suc-
cess will ensure bold education reforms that are critical to
Florida's future."
The wide-ranging support for Florida's Phase 2 Memo-
randum of Understanding signifies strong dedication by
district leadership throughout the state to accelerating stu-
dent learning and improving the quality of education in
Florida public schools. Through the federal Race to the Top
competition, the U.S. Department of Education has chal-
lenged all 50 states to propose bold education reforms fo-
cused on helping struggling schools, elevating the
effectiveness of teaching professionals and education lead-
ers, building internationally recognized education stan-
dards and assessments, and improving state education data
systems.
"For more than a decade our state has been involved in
a comprehensive education reform effort that has resulted
in undeniable increases in the academic performance of
our children," said Commissioner Smith. "I believe strong-
ly that this past success, coupled with our innovative strate-
gies and renewed collaborative spirit, gives us the best
possible chance to win this unprecedented competition."
Fifty percent of a state's total award will be distributed
to participating school districts according to a federal fund-


FLORIDA NFL TEAMS TO

CHEER EDUCATION


The Florida Department of Education an-
nounced a new partnership with two of Florida's
National Football League (NFL) teams to offer dis-
counted ticket prices for all public school and dis-
trict personnel from pre-kindergarten-12th grade
across the state. Through this partnership, the Jack-
sonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins each have sin-
gle-game discount tickets available for education
employees who make a difference in Florida's class-
rooms.
"Just like in football, there is an enormous
amount of planning and work to prepare for the new
year, and I'm hopeful that these discounted tickets
will allow our dedicated school and district employ-
ees to balance out those efforts with some tremen-
dous entertainment opportunities," said Education
Commissioner Dr. Eric J. Smith.
For some available games, employees will see as
much as 30 percent in savings compared to regular
ticket prices. Employees may also contact the NFL
team representatives directly if interested in pur-
chasing single game tickets for the upcoming foot-
ball season. To contact the Jacksonville Jaguars,


call Seth Parise: parises@mail.jaguars.com; (904)
633-467; or the Miami Dolphins, contact Sarah Gat-
tusa: SGattuso@dolphins.com or call (305) 943-6661.
"We certainly understand the importance of ed-
ucation, which is one reason we want to say thank
you this season to all educators in the state of Flori-
da with a special discount," said Macky Weaver, Se-
nior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the
Jaguars. "So on behalf of the Jaguars, thank you for
all that you do. We look forward to seeing you at the
game."
"We are pleased to extend this Dolphins special
offer to our Florida educators," said Adam Gross-
man, Sr. Vice President of Public Affairs. "This pro-
gram complements the Dolphins Most Valuable
Readers program which promotes literacy through-
out the state of Florida. We are proud to support the
incredible work teachers do each and every day in
classrooms."
More information about the discounts, includ-
ing specific details about single game offers can be
found on the Just for Teachers website at
wwwfldoe.org/justforteachers/discounts.asp.


ing formula and the remaining 50 percent will fund state-
level projects benefiting all school districts statewide. Win-
ners of the competition are expected to be announced in
late August/early September of 2010.
For more information about the Race to the Top com-
petition, visit http://www.fldoe.org/ARRA/Raceto
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Jarhead: The Little Bear That Beat The Odds


It took 10 days for
Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) biol-
ogists to catch a black
bear cub in Marion
County that was days
away from death. They
were ultimately success-
ful, but it took extraordi-
nary efforts from both
FWC employees and lo-
cal residents working to-
gether.
The 6-month-old
cub, its two siblings and
mother were regular vis-
itors to unsecured trash
containers in a small
community near Weirs-
dale, in the Ocala Na-
tional Forest. One day in
late July, FWC dispatch
got a call from one of the
residents concerned
about a cub running
around with a clear, in-
dustrial-size plastic jar
stuck on its head. The
jar made it almost im-
possible for the cub to


eat or drink.
The FWC's Mike Or-
lando, Brian Scheick
and Cathy Connolly, and
Mike Connolly, a bear-re-
sponse agent for the
agency, knew that if
they didn't catch the cub,
affectionately dubbed
"Jarhead," it would die,
so they developed a plan
to trap it.
"It was a lot easier
said than done," Orlando
said. "The residents
were really great about
calling us when they saw
the bears, but it seemed
like we were always
about 20 minutes be-
hind."
The team set traps
in different areas, hop-
ing to catch the mother
and tranquilize her,
which would then allow
them to catch the cubs.
Unfortunately, the good
mother bear refused to
be tricked by the baited
trap.


After eight days of mother and was able to
sightings, two days went shoot her with a tran-
by when nobody saw the quilizer dart. Then Or-
bear family The team lando and Scheick
feared the cub may have literally caught the cubs


Jarhead and a sibling
capture it.
finally succumbed to his
condition. Ironically,
the day the team re-
signed to pull the traps
and head home, Orlando
got a call from FWC dis-
patch. A resident had
called to report the bear
family was back. The
team rushed back to the
community.
Orlando found the


FWC photo
elude biologists trying to

by surprise and man-
aged to grab Jarhead.
But the tough little bear
lived up to its U.S. Ma-
rine moniker and did
not give up without a
fight.
Eventually, they sub-
dued the cub long
enough to get the jar off
its head, and then let it
go to rejoin its siblings.


The team, with the help
of some concerned resi-
dents, placed the mother
bear's sleeping body in a
trap, and eventually the
cubs joined her.
After observing the
family overnight in the
trap, and making sure it
was able to nurse, biolo-
gists released the family
in a nearby, less populat-


ed area.
Although the story
appears to have a happy
ending, it truly illustrates
one of the worst things
that can happen when
wildlife gets into garbage.
To date, the FWC has
not gotten any further re-
ports of the bear family
And that's good news in-
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bodice, pretty lace work at
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overlay of lace
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Teen dresses..

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approximately 13-15)-
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Madison, FL
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County Camp Road, 1.8
acres, city water, cleared.
$17,950. Owner Financ-
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Call Chip Beggs 850-
973-4116
8/18, rtn, c


*LAND ON SALE*
1 acre wooded on county
road less than 1/4 mile to
Withlacoochee River
park/boat ramp.
GREAT FAMILY FUN
$12,500

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For Sale:
House & Lot
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
Trees. 386-719-0421


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Corner lots. Fronts both
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Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
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Property has easy access to
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$1000 per month

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porch, utilities included
$650

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HUD approved

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lakefront, includes utilities
$1275 per month

1 mile S of Cherry Lake: 3
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CERTIFICATE NO.: 03-312-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2003
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: MORTON and SHEILA L ERSTLING
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: LORANZO POWELL

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 September 9, 2010, it will be sold
on the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder......................$328.32
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$3,509.71
Interest..........................................................$115.14
Total.........................................................$3,953.17

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
Room 106
Madison, Florida 32340


Clerk of Courts
or P. 0. Box 237
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

8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2009-221-CA
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR NOVASTAR
MORTGAGE FUNDING TRUST, SERIES 2007-2
Plaintiff,
vs.

MARJORIE HUTCHINSON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MARJORIE HUTCHINSON; PHILLIP K. HUTCHINSON,
JR. A/K/A PHILIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR.; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF PHILLIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR. A/K/A
PHILIP K. HUTCHINSON,JR.; UNKNOWN PERSONS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated June 21, 2010, and entered in Case No. 2009-221-CA, of
the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County,
Florida. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE FOR NOVASTAR MORTGAGE FUNDING TRUST, SERIES
2007-2 is Plaintiff and MARJORIE HUTCHINSON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF MARJORIE HUTCHINSON; PHILLIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR.
A/K/A PHILIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
PHILLIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR. A/K/A PHILIP K. HUTCHINSON, JR.;
UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPER-
TY; are defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at
AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE, AT 101 SOUTH
RANGE STREET, MADISON IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, at
11:00 a.m., on the 23 day of August, 2010, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
ALL OF LOT 2, BLOCK "D" OF SUMMERSET FIRST ADDITION, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 7 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim with 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 23 day of August, 2010.
TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of said Court
By Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No.2.065.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person
with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator at 145 N. Hernando, Rm.
408, Lake City, FL 32055, Phone No. (386)758-2163 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice or pleading; if you are hearing impaired, call 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD); if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via
Florida Relay Services).
Submitted by:
Kahane & Associates, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000
Plantation, FL 33324
Telephone: (954) 382-3486
Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380

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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 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 ad-
dress is:
Cary A. Hardee. 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 demand-
ed 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


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


By: April Herring
Deputy Clerk


The following is a list of unclaimed bond money held by the Madison County
Sheriff's Office. Persons having or claiming any interest in said funds or any
portion of them shall file their written claims with the Sheriff or Clerk of
Court and shall, make sufficient proof to said Sheriff or Clerk of his owner-
ship and upon so doing shall be entitled to receive any part of the money so
claimed. Unless such bond money is claimed on or before the first day of
September, 2009, same shall be declared forfeited and all claims in reference
thereto are forever barred.

DEFENDANT DATE POSTED AMOUNT POSTED
GWENETTE T. LAWRENCE 6/20/02 $250.00
SLATER WILLIAMS 11/27/09 $290.00
FRANCO CRUZ 12/31/09 $80.90
CHARLES QUITERIO 07/17/09 $350.00
WILLIE INGRAM 3/13/04 $116.00
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Sealed bids will be accepted, from August 20, 2010 through September 1,
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bid envelope "SEALED BID", list of property bidded on.
Sealed bids will be submitted to City of Madison, Purchasing Agent, Jack
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The highest bidder is the winning bidder. Should there be a tie bid; the win-
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PM, September 3, 2010 PM. If the winning bidder does not take possession
of the property, the next highest bidder shall be awarded the property. All
property listed will be sold "AS IS". No warranty or guarantee is implied or
guaranteed.
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Case No.: 2010-201-DR
Division:
CUZIE MAXINE JONES
Petitioner
and
THOMAS MOSES JONES
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
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{Respondent's last known address} 111 CADILLAC SQUARE APT11E. DE-
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N.E AVOCADO STREET, MADISON, Fl 32340 on or before {date} SEPT. 5,
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lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Proce-
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