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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Williams

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Brothers

Re-Elected

To Lead

NFCC

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II U IoLI U By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
tMembers of lMadison Police Chief Gary Calhoun was ready to "fess
the North Florida up" on Sept. 1 at the Madison Rotary Club meeting. "The
Community Col- speaker today is one of my fa-
lege District ofvorite speakers - me," he
Board of joked.
Trustees re-elect- R l. Both Madison Chief of
ed Michael R. . Police Gary Calhoun and his ,
Williams of predecessor, Rick Davis, have
Madison as chair attended the prestigious FBI
and Dr. Bill National Academy training in ..
Brothers of Live Bill Brothers Quantico, Va. Calhoun gave a
Oak as vice-chair slideshow presentation to the
during the regu- Rotarians about the Acade-
lar monthly my and his experiences from
board meeting January to March 2003.
Aug. 17. Williams "It's not quite as fancy as .... .
has served on the it's portrayed to be on TV,"
NFCC Board said Calhoun. He said the . ... .
since October Academy's FBI headquarters
2008; Brothers in the basement was built in
since August the 1950s and still had furni-
2008. Michael ture from that era.
Williams, an Williams Arriving for the FBI's in-
active communi- Williams service training session, Cal- Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
ty member and business owner, cur- houn stayed with other law Madison Police Chief Ga
Please see Trustees, Page 3 enforcement personnel in the FBI National Academy trainii


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,
Inc.
A tough group
of former Madison
County High
School Cowboys
have put on their
armor and become
Jefferson County
Warriors.
The Warriors
are a semi-pro team
based out of Jeffer-
son County They
play all their home
games at Tiger
Memorial Stadium,
which is located on
the former Jeffer-
son County High
School campus.
The team has
done well this year,
finishing the regu-
lar season with a
10-1 record. Their
sole loss came at
the hands of the
Hendry County
Please see
Former Cowboys,
Page 3


Ragans Drops Out Of

School Board Race


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,


Ronnie Ragans,
a candidate for
School Board Mem-
ber District 1, has de-
cided to drop out of
the race.
Ragans said that
he was very disap-
pointed with the vot-
er turnout in the last
election and with Ronn
the campaign laws
that do not allow for a tiebreaker in
a non-partisan race.
In the previous race, Tina
Johnson grabbed most of the votes,
but did not have a 50-percent plus
one vote majority Ragans and
Ricky Henderson tied for second
place in the campaign.
Ragans said that he is very ap-
preciative of the support he has
gotten in the past, both in the polit-
ical world and in the world of busi-


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- -. . ness.
. Ragans also
noted that he had
a second heart
S ... stent in August
. and that he did
- not believe he
was up to the
stress of a sec-
e ond campaign.
, l Ragans
urges people to
get out and vote.
E Ragans "I wish they
would all regis-
ter," he said. "They need to get out
and take an active role in governing
their county and city"
In a press release issued, Ra-
gans emphasized, "Your vote is im-
portant. It could be the one vote
that decides who is elected to of-
fice."
Johnson and Henderson will
face each other for the District 1
School Board race in the November
general election.


Churches Hosting

Yard Sales
By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Saturday, September 11, the Madison Church
of God will be hosting a youth fundraising yard sale.
This sale will benefit the youth group and help to
fund the youth program at the Madison Church of
God.
The yard sale will be from 7 a.m -until. They will
be selling many items of different types. Some of the
larger items include a television, coffee tables and
Please see Yard Sales, Page 3


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Harmony

Homecoming

Is This Sunday
SJacob Bembry preacher and will deliver
reene Publishing, Inc. the morning message.
Harmony Baptist Steve and Nancy Ca-
hurch will celebrate son from Dixie, Ga., will
e church's homecom- provide special music
g this Sunday, Sept. 12, for the day.
ginning at 10:30 a.m. A covered dish lun-
Brother Billy Folsom Please see Harmony,
ill be the visiting Page 3


emy Training
Academy's dorms, as seen in the movie, Silence of the
Lambs. He said the TV show, Criminal Minds, occasionally
shows a clip of the FBI facility.
After hearing that the FBI Academy training would re-
quire him to be in excellent physi-
cal condition, Calhoun slimmed
down through running. He went
from 204 pounds down to 177
pounds, a loss of 27 pounds.
He described the FBI National
.. - Academy mission: "To support,
promote and enhance the perfor-
mance and professional develop-
ment of law enforcement leaders."
Calhoun said over 43,000 grad-
S uates have gone through the pro-
gram, four times per year, since J.
Edgar Hoover began the Academy
in 1935.
Calhoun found the training to
be an excellent way to forge life-
Blong partnerships and law en-
forcement contacts nationwide.
He called it "a bond, a brother-
hood, an alliance."
y Marianne Graves, Sept. 1, 2010 The nomination process is not
y Calhoun recounts his easy: some law enforcement per-
g. Please see Calhoun, Page 3


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1 Section, 16 Pages
Around Madison 4-5 Outdoors 13
Legals 15 School 12
Classifieds 14 Church 10
Viewpoints & Opinions 2-3 Pigskin Picks 6


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lated thunderstorm in the after- storm. Highs in the low 90s and lows in
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The

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Former Cowboys Chris Bryant, middle linebacker; T.J. Reddick, cornerback; Renardrick Phillips,
safety; Harry Reddick, running back; Jermaine Collins, defensive tackle; Brandon Sirois, defensive
tackle; and L.T. Fead, sam linebacker, are shown left to right. They compete for the Jefferson County
Warriors, along with Bernard Brinson, wideout, another former Cowboy.


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_Jacob's ] Small Steps To Health And Wealth


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Granddoddy's


Secret Elixir
I had a million things on my mind as I tried to
sleep Tuesday night. Much of my time, but not near-
ly enough, was spent in prayer.
As I walked down the halls of sleeplessness, I be-
gan opening many doors. The doors held long-forgot-
ten memories.
One memory that I recalled was from my Grand-
daddy and Granny Sealey's anniversary party I be-
lieve that it was their 41st anniversary. Everyone
enjoyed a cookout outside my grandparents' home in
Lee. There were many people, mostly family all there.
I remember a band playing country music. The mem-
bers of the band included my mama's first cousin,
Mason Linton, and her cousins, Trent Lasseter and
Brenda McCormick. Jimmy Kent played the guitar.
Her cousin, Faye Kervin, sang a song or two. Mama's
brother, J.D. Sealey, sang. I am still wondering if Ma-
son and Jimmy still play. I don't think Faye sings any-
more. I do know that Trent and Brenda still play.
I believe that it was a year later, maybe less, than
Granddaddy died.
Granddaddy, along with my daddy and my Uncle
Billy, were probably my childhood heroes. Granddad-
dy had grand plans for the two of us. Many of them,
like the go-kart he was going to build for us, never
materialized. I understand, though, that it was be-
cause he did not have the time. He had to work. He
had to work a lot but he still took time out for his first-
born grandson.
I can still remember my granny and granddaddy
getting into little spats when I was a child. Grand-
daddy would get in his car and leave in a huff. Soon,
he would be home and wouldn't be grumpy anymore.
I always wondered where Granddaddy went. One
day, my daddy and I found out. There used to be a gen-
eral store in Lee run by Bert Stroup. On this particu-
lar day, when Daddy and I went there to buy
Coca-Colas, we discovered my granddaddy Jake
Sealey in there drinking one of those eight-ounce
Coca-Colas that they used to bottle years ago. With
youthful wide-eyed wonder, I looked up at my moth-
er's father like I hadn't seen him in years and said,
"Hey, Granddaddy!"
"Hmmpf!" was his reply but it did not deter me
because I was excited. I had discovered the secret
elixir that would end his grumpy mood.
Sometimes, I wish that I could find me an old
eight-ounce Coca-Cola and drink it and chase my
problems away, but I know that drink had no influ-
ence on him other than as a pacifier that gave him
time to think things through.
God is the answer to my problems and I know
that I should spend more time in prayer and Bible
reading with Him.


articles, you may remem-
ber the series last spring,
Small Steps to Health and
Wealth. It was part of a
national Extension pro-
gram developed at Rutgers
Cooperative Extension to
help Americans to take ac-
tion to simultaneously im-
prove their health and


Madison Count
Extension Servi

Diann Douglas
Guest Columnist


personal finances. Now, there is a new learning se-
ries available to anyone interested in taking the
Small Steps challenge.
Rutgers Cooperative Extension is launching a
new online Small Steps to Health and WealthTM
(SSHW) Challenge event called "SSHW Fall 2010
Challenge." This free six-week program, open to
anyone who enrolls online, will be held from Sun-
day, October 3rd , through Saturday, November
13th . Prizes will be awarded for partici-
pants who report the highest point to-
tals.
To sign up for the SSHW Chal-
lenge, follow the "Challenges" link
on the Small Steps to Health and
WealthTM Web site at
http://njaes.rutgers.edu/sshw/.
Set up a user name and pass-
word and download a simple
one-page user's guide with in-
structions about how to pro-
ceed. Enroll in the Challenge
titled "SSHW Fall 2010 Challenge."
The SSHW Challenge is part of Small
Steps to Health and WealthTM, a national
Cooperative Extension program de- ,
veloped to motivate Americans
SSHW was built around a frame-
work of 25 research-based behav-
ior change strategies. The
Challenge was originally devel-
oped in a "paper and pencil" for-
mat with printed worksheets and
is now available online.
It has been well documented
that, when people monitor their
behavior and measure their
how they're doing, they are often inspired to do bet-
ter and achieve positive results. Participants in a
SSHW Challenge are "on their honor" to report ac-
tivities accurately. If you "cheat" on reporting
points, you are only cheating yourself by not follow-
ing the recommended daily practices. Participants
have seven days from a specific date during the
Challenge to enter their points (e.g., by October 10th
for health and financial activities performed on Oc-
tober 3).
The SSHW Chal-
lenge is based on the
performance of ten rec-
ommended practices on
a daily basis: five that
involve health and nu-
trition and five that in-
volve financial
management. Ten
points are given for per-
forming each one for a
maximum of 700 points
per week and 3,500
points for the five-week
challenge. "The Chal-
lenge is a great way to The Osteo.
convert personal health Medical off
and financial goals, like
losing weight and sav- NON-OPERA T
ing money, into daily ac- for knee pain
tion steps," noted ee
Barbara O'Neill, Exten- Osteo
sion Specialist in Finan-
cial Resource
Management for Rut-



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NATURAL GAS

A Gas leak could be dangerous but gas itself
has no odor. So, for your safety, a smell like
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1. Don't use the telephone
2. Don't turn lights on or off, or use anything
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The five daily health
- - - and nutrition practices
ce are: eat at least 4 cups of
: a^ fruits and vegetables; get
S at least 30 minutes of ex-
ercise; drink water or
Unsweetened beverages
.............................................................. in stea d of su gar-sw eet-
ened beverages; walk
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something new about health and nutrition.
The five daily financial management practices
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(or more) and/or pocket change; invest $5 or more
per day (including automated retirement savings
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day; eat lunch prepared at home; and learn some-
thing new about personal finance. The latter ac-
tivity, for both health and personal
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visiting Web sites, attending
seminars, or by reading, lis-
tening to, or viewing media
reports.
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pants enter
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will see
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totals for
each day of the
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each of the ten ac-
tilities described
above. They'll also
see a bar graph that
coinpares their per-
sonal progress to the
aPerage scores of
eNeryone else partici-
pating in the Chal-
lenge. Daily
--motivational mes-
� /MU � sages will also be
provided to partic-
ipants. Paper tracking forms can be downloaded to
keep track of daily activities until they are entered
online.
Doing even one of the ten recommended daily
practices is a great way to get started on the path to
better health and improved financial security The
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3


Former Cowboys Yard Sales


Madison County...


cont from Page 1
(Ga.) Horsemen, whom they will play in the semi-finals
of semi-pro football league that they participate in.
The Horsemen dealt the Warriors a 20-0 defeat, but
it was closer than the score, according to Chris Bryant,
who plays middle linebacker for the team.
Andre Williams is the head coach of the Warriors.
The game between the Warriors and the Horsemen
is set for Saturday, Sept. 25. If the Warriors win, they
will head to Chattanooga, Tenn., to compete for the
League championship.

Calhoun

cont from Page 1
sonnel have waited four, five and six years to attend
the Academy. Each participant must be a fulltime law
enforcement officer in excellent physical condition,
and maintain they will stay in law enforcement for at
least three years in order to be chosen.
The courses Calhoun attended ranged from lead-
ership development: planning and budget, a behav-
ior science class, and understanding terrorists and
the terrorist mind. He said visiting chaplains each
served for 2-3 weeks at the FBI National Academy
The final obstacle Calhoun faced at the FBI Na-
tional Academy was the Yellow Brick Road, an ob-
stacle course set up by with the Marine Corps with
painted yellow rocks.
"It was 12 degrees out there," Calhoun said. The
fitness challenge was running either 6.1 or 9.4 miles
with an option to run back. Calhoun took the longest
route and ran all the way back, displaying a photo of
his ruined running shoes as a testament to this feat.
"The experience itself was truly incredible,"
said Calhoun of his opportunity to gather with other
law enforcement professionals and to obtain expert
training. Another plus: "The only thing you have to
pay for the National Academy are the uniforms," he
said.
M.K. Graves can be reached at Marianne-
@greenepublishing.com.


cont from Page 1
kitchen utensils.
The Madison Church of God youth group would
appreciate any help that they can get and hope to see
you there.
The same day, Lee Worship Center will host a
yard sale from 8 a.m.-until at the church's site on
Magnolia Drive in Lee. The sale will benefit the
church's building fund.

Trustees

cont from Page 1
rently operates a financial services practice with
New York Life in Madison. Brothers is director of
personnel for Suwannee County District Schools
and has worked closely with NFCC during his ca-
reer in education.
For more information about the NFCC Board
of Trustees, visit http://www.nfcc.edu/about-
nfcc/board-of-trustees or contact the NFCC Presi-
dent's Office at (850) 973-1618.


9/1
Lindale Lee - Bur-
glary of a structure, re-
sisting arrest without
violence, loitering or
prowling
9/3
Charlotte Eliza-
beth McIntosh - Bat-
tery (domestic)
Yolanda Latrice
Robinson - VOP
Brian Antonio
Hallman - Burglary,
grand theft
9/4
Allen Alphonzo


Ganzy - VOP
9/5
Terry Lee Arnold -
VOP (out of county)
9/6
Julia Wilson
Adams - Battery (do-
mestic)
Dereke Dewayne
Franklin - VOP (coun-
ty)
9/7
Adam Jefferey
Nichols - Kidnapping
(false imprisonment)
Jeremy Moore -
Out of county warrant


cheon will follow morning worship. among those w]
Everyone is invited to attend and worship, have three-day Farm
lunch and fellowship with the folks at Harmony Bap- dent's Camp in
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Harmony Way in Greenville. Miss Relma


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Helen Dale

Keeling
Helen Dale Keeling, age
83, died Tuesday, September 7,
2010, at her home after a
courageous battle with can-
cer.
Funeral services will be
Friday, September 10, 2010, at
11 a.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home - Madison Chapel with
burial at Mt. Horeb Cemetery
Visitation will be Thursday,
from 6- 8 PM at Beggs Funeral
Home.
She was the daughter of
the late Robert R. and Nora E
Bass. She had lived in Pinetta
most of her life. She was a
member of the Pinetta United
Methodist Church. She re-
tired from the United States
Postal Service after 21 years.
She loved to plant in her veg-
etable and flower garden,
loved to cook for anyone who
came into her home. She was
a loving wife, mother, sister,
grandmother, great grand-
mother and friend to all. She
cherished her name of
"Mama Dale".
She is survived by her
husband of 41 years, Elton D.
(Buck) Keeling; son, Alan D.
Keeling (Sharon), of Geneva;
daughter-in-law, Myra H.
Keeling, of Pinetta; daughter-
in-law, Ember Knight (Rick)
of Brighton, Col.; grandchil-
dren, Robert T. Keeling and
Jason E. Keeling (Renata) of
Pinetta, Helen Ember
Paulovich (John) and Jana E
Keeling (Ryan), Chris Welch,
of Orlando; five great-grand-
children Sister Relma M
Coody, Pinetta, Brother:
Robert (Bobby) Bass, Pinetta,
and a very special care-giver
and friend Hart Cherp of
Pikeville, Tenn.; and a host of
nephews and nieces and a
multitude of friends.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 22
years, R. Ernest (Rookie)
Keeling, and a son, James E
Keeling, as well as two broth-
ers and three sisters.
In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that dona-
tions be made to Big Bend
Hospice, 7723 Mahan Center
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308.

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Tommi4

Irene

Martin
Tommie Irene Mai
age 82, died Monday in Ml
son.
Funeral services w
held at 11 a.m. Thursday,
tember 10, 2010, at Beggs
neral Home Madison Ch
with the Hospice Chaplin
Andy Creel officiating
burial at Woodlawn Ceme
in Perry.
She was born in Ta
County Her mother die
her birth and her sister
she were reared by her gr
mother. Pauline Jeanr
Wiggins.
She is survived by
son, Wayne Martin
Boonesmill, Va.; grand
dren, Tracy Jean Martin
Glen Wayne Martin;
great-grandchild, Datric
tin; Sister Bernice McKe
of Lenoir City, Tenn.
nieces and nephews No
Bowman, Martha Ann
kee, Thomas James McKe
Jr., Daniel Wayne McKe
and Samuel Bernard M
elvey of Lenoir City, Tenn
Caring for her lately
been her distant relative
friend, Ann Agner, who
given this gift by her mo
Mary Smith McLane


Celeb

Banq
A Women's
Nati,
By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Women's Pregnan-
cy Center of Madison
presents their Celebra-
tion of Life Benefit Ban-
quet on Tuesday, Sept. 14,
at Divine Events at 5806
NE Colin Kelly Highway
The keynote speaker is
Dr. Clenard Childress, au-
thor, pastor, activist and
creator of the web site
www.blackgenocide.org.
Registration this
Tuesday evening begins
at 6 p.m., with dinner and
the program from 6:30-
8:30 p.m. Some seats are
still available: call (850)
297-1174, or email
jamie@awpc.cc for ban-
quet details.
Dr. Childress kicks
off his three-day speak-
ing tour of Tallahassee
and Madison with the
Madison banquet. He'll
also be speaking at the
All Women's Pregnancy
Center Pastors' Prayer
Breakfast at Goodwood
Museum on Wednesday
morning, followed by the
Tallahassee Celebration
of Life Banquet Thurs-
day night.
Polls indicate that


e Alice

Marie

Hart
rtin, Funeral Services for Mrs. Alice Marie
ladi- Hart will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Septem-
ber 11, 2010, at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist
were Church in Valdosta, Georgia. Burial will fol-
Sep- low at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church
s Fu- Cemetery The family will receive friend from
apel 5:00pm to 7:00pm Friday at Cooks & Cooper Fu-
Rev. neral Home 162 SW Third Ave. Madison, Flori-
with da. 850-973-6666
etery Alice M. Hart, the daughter the late
Theodore and Marie Hart, was born on Octo-
rylor ber 11, 1943 in Valdosta, Ga. She departed this
d at life on Friday September 3, 2010. Alice was
and converted at an early age and joined Mt. Cal-
and- vary Missionary Baptist Church in Valdosta,
iette GA; where she served as a faithful and devoted
member until she moved to live with her lov-
her ing sister (Annie) in Wichita, KS. Alice joined
of Greater New Testament Missionary Baptist
chil- Church where she served loyally until her
and death. Alice was educated in Lowndes and
one Madison County public schools. She was pre-
Mar- ceded in death by brothers Pastor Bobby L.
*lvey Hart and John R. Hart.
and Sis. Alice Marie Hart will forever remain
rma in the hearts of five brothers, Theodore Mor-
Fos- gan (Martha) of Chicago Heights, Ill, George
lvey Hart and Alfred Hart (Ola) of Pinetta, FL, Ben-
lvey nie Hart (Barbara) of Copperas Cove, Texas
icK- and James Hart (Betty) of Tallahassee; three
-. sisters, Gussie L. Butler (Robert) of Valdosta,
has Ga., Nancy E. Williams (John) of Mitchellville,
and Md. and Annie McCloud (Joseph) of Wichita,
was Kansas; sister-in-law, Linton Hart of Madison,
otherr and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and a
loving extended family and friends.


ration Of Life


iuet Sept. 14
Pregnancy Center Invites
onal Guest Speaker


the majority of African
Americans are pro-life.
Unfortunately, few
African Americans be-
come involved in pro-life
activism because of the
lack of information on
the impact of abortion on
their community Nearly
one out of twoof all black
babies are aborted, five
times more at risk than
white babies, according
to Jamie W Brown, assis-
tant director, at A
Women's Pregnancy Cen-
ter in Madison.
For 25 years, A
Women's Pregnancy Cen-
ter has helped tens of
thousands of women and
saved thousands of ba-
bies who were at risk for
abortion.
"Last year, June of
2009 through July 2010,
we served nearly 2000
clients in Tallahassee,
Madison and Marianna
combined," said Brown
via email. She said over
150 babies are alive to-
day whose mothers were
at risk for choosing abor-
tion during this same
time period.
Starting in Janu-
ary of 2011, Brown ex-


plained that each of
these centers will be in-
dependent, a federation
of like-minded centers
that will continue to give
help and hope through-
out North Florida.
These services are only
available because of the
generosity of individu-
als, businesses and


churches.
A Women's Preg-
nancy Center offers free
pregnancy tests, free ul- Republic'
trasounds, confidential
compassionate informa- Join us a
tion abortion, adoption namic Ms
and parenting. ca's Libe
The center is locat- Constitui
ed at 345 North Marion us about 1
the Unit
Street, behind the for- her inform
mer Excel School. Center
hours are Monday 9 a.m.- Invi
5 p.m., Wednesday, 10
a.m.-4 p.m., Thursday 12-4 Al
p.m. and Friday 11:10 a.m.
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tion is (850) 973-6970, or
email: awpc@awpc.cc
M.K. Graves can be
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By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
When the Madison Kiwanis met
on Aug. 26, Oliver Bradley announced
that Board members and officers for
the coming year are going to be in-
stalled on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m.
at Shelby's Restaurant.
At their meeting, Kiwanis mem-
bers learned about North Florida
Workforce's Summer Youth Program
from guest speaker, Diane Head, Pub-
lic Relations/Special Projects Direc-
tor, who gave a video presentation at
the Madison Extension Office to show
youth success stories.
"It went smashingly well," said
Head. "We started off with 100 kids
and ended the summer with 97 across
our six counties." Youth age 16-21
gained valuable work experience serv-
ing as employees at 48 different work-
sites. The pay youth received was $7.50
per hour.
Tamika Weatherspoon said she
learned to "be open and cheerful."
LaTonya Jones said, "I loved the work
experience. It's a head start on life in
the real world.. ."


CQonn rvative

f' rner'
By Claudia Anderson,
Secreiar.;
Madison Cpmnty Republican Club


Why?...Because!
WHY do we have a local government that says:
NO! You cannot have a privately funded mon-
ument to the Ten Commandments on the court-
house lawn? (It seems that much of our society is
losing the ability to evaluate right from wrong. Is
it not because the rules and guidelines are becom-
ing so vague and distant from God's perfect law?)
WHY do we have:
State government that says "Gimme" to the
Federal Government to the extent that we are los-
ing our states rights?
Some state officials who abuse the use of tax
payer funds?
People so eager to be elected that they seem to
be on a skateboard as they roll from side to side on
issues or become "party jumpers"?
WHY do we have a federal government that is
determined to:
Control our healthcare, industry and fi-
nances.
Convince us that we cannot live without "Big
Brother" or our "Father in Washington" looking
over our shoulder and telling us where, when and
how to make the next step.
Tell us that constitutional patriots who as-
semble in peaceful groups to profess love for their
country, need to be monitored as potential terror-
ists.
Apologize to the world for past honorable ac-
tions.
Worst of all, state that we are not a Christian
nation.
WHY?....BECAUSE:
We say we can't make a difference. (If one
person could be so influential as to cause prayer to
be eliminated in the schools, each individual has
much unused potential.)
We do not listen and evaluate, VOTE, and
then watch and evaluate. (Too often we vote for a
familiar name or because of looks or campaign
"fiction" material and then put our heads in the
sand until the next election day.)
We do not educate ourselves. (There are
websites showing voting records and other valu-
able information on "public servants".)
We do not exercise our right to vote. ("Use
it or lose it!")
We don't get involved.
INVOLVED? Hey, have you ever considered
being a Poll Worker? On August 24, I learned that
it is educational, informative and rewarding - ed-
ucational, because I learned the process; infor-
mative, because I learned to trust the process;
rewarding, because I wound up with $100 in my
jeans pocket. From 6:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M., I had
to be a "generic" and impartial citizen. I could
not express political opinions, but I asked many
questions regarding the process. God bless that
patient Precinct Clerk! Do it again? OH, YES! It
seems that this part of Conservative Corner will
be around one of Jada's precincts again on No-
vember 2 - incognito, of course.
REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER!
VOTE!
WHY?.......BECAUSE! - There is too much to
lose!


"America's Liberty Belle"
to Speak at Madison
an Club on Monday, September 13
is we welcome the popular and dy-
. Rebecca O'Dell Townsend, "Ameri-
erty Belle", appellate attorney and
tional scholar. She will share with
the current Constitutional Crisis in
ed States. You won't want to miss
native, thought-provoking, passion-
ate, patriotic presentation.
te your friends and neighbors.
Guests are welcome.
I Shelby's Restaurant, Noon,
Monday Sept 13th, 2010
Coming Soon -
adison County Republican
Victory Office!

and approved by the Madison County
publican Executive Committee
isonRepublican@embarqmail. com


ilI Install

n Sept. 23
Work Readiness prepared the
youth with 32 hours of job training be-
fore they began their duties at each of
their assigned worksites. "From Janu-
ary through August, Workforce paid
out $178,000 in wages," said Head.
"That goes back into the community"
Sheryl Rehberg, Executive Direc-
tor of North Florida Workforce, no-
ticed that almost every youth
interviewed in the Summer Youth Pro-
gram video talked about money and
what they had learned.
"Many of the students have been
able to start and keep a savings ac-
count," said Rehberg. 'A good number
of them were new customers for banks
and direct deposits."
Each worksite received free labor.
Rehberg explained that Workforce's
role for the Summer Youth Program
was as the Human Resources depart-
ment. "We just processed the payroll,"
she said. The end result was a win-win
for youth receiving job training and
experience this summer at locations
across North Florida.
M.K. Graves can be reached at
Marianne@greenepublishing.com.


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Glendyle Littleton enjoys
being a grandmother and a
great-grandmother.
Born in Madison,
Glendyle married Billy
Littleton in October 1955 and


he passed away in 2003 after
nearly 48 years of married life.
The Littletons had three
children.
Mike is their oldest. He and
his wife, Donna, have one child,
Kaitlin Littleton, together, and
Donna has two children, David
and Wendy Blanton. Mike's son, David, is
the father of two daughters, Martina and
Ashton.
Jenny is the middle child and the oldest
daughter of Billy and Glendyle. She is
married to Rob Covell. They have two
daughters, Lindsey and Brandi, two
stepdaughters, Katie and Jesse and a
stepson, Josh. Lindsey has two children,
Emalie and Carter Bates and Brandi has
two children, Jenna Littleton and Millie
Hale.
Randy is the youngest son. He and his
wife, Sheri, have a son, Cutler, who is


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attending the University of North Florida.
Glendyle remembers that Randy used to
always work on cars in their yard. Randy
grew up to become a mechanic and he
currently owns Performance Imports.
Glendyle has led an eventful life. She
fell and broke her leg in August 1969 and
has broken it several times since. She has
been in an automobile accident and she is a
cancer survivor.
"I don't have everything going with
me," she joked, "but I have everything
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"I have the best children in the
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Laura got the date
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They have been married
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Tracy has one daughter, Heather.
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Laura recalled that when
Heather was four years old, she kept
trying to get into her Christmas
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Happenings


At First Baptist


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Madison


"Surely goodness
and mercy shall follow
me all the days of my
life." Amen. This song
is a favorite and is part
of verse 6 of the com-
forting 23rd Psalm. The
message was this Psalm
by Preacher Gene
Stokes on Sunday.
Again, I say
thanks to Kristin for
writing "happen-
ings" a good while and
I'll pray for her in this
different way. Also.
we'll remember to pray
for all involved in edu.
cation - all the many.
many because we are to
be knowledgeable and /
wise!
We'll pray, too, for
the many sick ones and
those who care for
them wherever they '
are - at home, in the "
hospital, in the nursing
home, on the battle-
field, deep in the .
earth.
Elbert Strickland
is home now from an
awful accident. ,
Wilbur Pulliam is '-
still in Gainesville VA
Hospital but out of ICU
Prayer for Ashley Beggs
who had a procedure at
Mayo Clinic Wednesday
and for Judson Beggs in
Madison Hospital.
Trent Lasseter is really
suffering from neck
surgery and being away
from work for two
months. Also pray for


Buddy McWilliams
(glad to see Larry Sun-
day) and others who are
ill and troubled.
Then, there were 10.


Now
there are nine as our
Agner cousins gathered
at Sehllie's on Labor
Day. Alex, the oldest, is
now at Lake Park and
he was able to be there.
They remembered the
missing one, Joe Dean,


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


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from their last special
blessing on Alex's 86th
birthday.
Congratulations to
Jack and Betty McLeod
as they're remember-
ing their 60th anniver-
sary on Sept. 9, and as
they placed beautiful
flowers in church on
Sunday. Congratula-
tionv- to W.C. and
Frances Copeland as
they \ere away for the
weekend celebrating
their 51st anniversary
\vith [)part of their fami-
ly Prayers for them.
Prayers of comfort
for Bill Thompson's
fa. in i ly and thanks for
hiis life; for Ann and
. CD Agner in the
death of her relative
and friend, Mrs. Tom-
mie Martin, on Mon-
day night; and all
other sad ones.
We pray the eyes
of our hearts may be
o opened . Blind Barti-
miaeus prayed for
.g sight and Jesus
made him see.
Marjell al-
ways prayed
he would not
- lose his sight .
He didn't, but there
are many who have lost
much sight: Mildred
Bruner, Buck Driggers,
Bonnie Agner (Jim-
mie's wife) in Ten-
nessee and their brief
home last week; Lee
Simmons (Jane and he
brought us a pineapple
cake because she used
to make them for Mar-
jell as they were his fa-
vorite); and pray for
Lewis Williams. Joyce
and he visited us on
Sunday!
May we never stop
giving thanks for all
those who've blessed
our lives and may we in-
tercede for those we
love, and especially for
Preacher Morris,
Sharon, Hannah and
Sarah in the days
ahead! Amen! And our
whole church!


Anucieit Wisdom For Mode rn Life


RESPECT


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should rise above our feelings, honor those to whom
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By Fr-,isy Du tey
Hello, everyone! I am |
Phyllis Bailey and I am a
Speech and Language
Pathologist working for
the Madison County
School Board. My office is
located at the Madison
County Central School. I l
have worked as a Speech
and Language pathologist for over 20
years and as a Rehabilitation Director for
five years.
I am married to my husband of al-
most 16 years, Gary Bailey We have three
children. Our son, Jacob, is currently
serving in the United State Marine Corps
and is stationed at Hunter Army Base in
Savannah, Ga. He is a Helicopter Landing
Support Specialist. We have two daugh-
ters. Savannah, our oldest, is a tenth grad-
er at Madison County High School. She is Greene Pu
pursuing the field of medicine and hopes Kristin Finn
to become a marine veterinarian. Our Phyllis
youngest daughter, Courtney, is an eighth Speech
grader at Madison County Central School Pathologis
and enjoys playing in the band and par- son County
ticipating in the SSTRIDE program. She, too, is inter-
ested in the medical field and hopes to one day become
a radiologist.
As a Speech and Language Pathologist, I am priv-
ileged to be one of the first school employees your
child meets as they prepare for entry into school. I am
part of a team of individuals who screen children in
the spring prior to the child entering pre-kinder-
garten. The children are screened in areas such as cog-
nitive skills, communication skills, fine motor skills
and gross motor skills.
Many parents ask me, "How can I help prepare my
child for school?" There are many things that help a
child prepare for school. Gone are the days when the
school was expected to educate the child. It is vital for
parents to give their child every available opportunity
to experience and learn from the world around them.
This "home schooling" should start at birth and con-
tinue until they move out on their own.
Some tips to help your child prepare for school
are:
* Talk to your child. A child who hears words
and expressions and is spoken to frequently will have
a wider vocabulary
a Involve your child in daily activities at home.
Be sure to explain what you are doing and what is hap-
pening.
e Use simple, clear language when talking to
your child. Remember to talk slowly and clearly so
your child can process what you are saying. You want
your child to catch all the words you are saying.
* Be a good listener to your child. You will be a
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When your child is trying to communi-
cate, take the time to listen and re-
spond.
* Encourage your child to use
language to communicate. Do not ac-
cept pointing. Ask them to use their
words to describe things. Ask him/her
what they are doing. Encourage them
to talk about their day, etc. You can in-
crease their vocabulary by adding
fishing, Inc. Photo by words to what they are saying. But,
, September 7, 2010 be careful not to say it for them.
Bailey is the * Sing simple songs and say
id Language nursery rhymes with them. Chil-
for the Madi- dren love to sing. Nursery rhymes
School Board are an excellent way to add vocabu-
lary to your child's language.
* Play with your child. Get down on the floor and
engage them in play with their toys. They will watch
and learn from you as you talk to them about the toys.
* Turn the TV off. Two hours a day of TV or
video's is enough for a young child. If your children is
constantly watching TV, they are missing out on
things around them. Instead of letting them watch TV,
take them outside and talk about what they hear, see,
touch or feel.
* Read to your child. It is never too early to start
reading to your child. Fill your home with books. Let
your child see you reading. Talk to your child about
the pictures and encourage them to make up a story
about the pictures. Ask them questions about the book
as you read it to them. Encourage them to retell the
story to you after you read it to them
* Give them choices. Give them choices of
whether they want to wear the blue shirt or the brown
shirt, whether they want chips or fruit with their hot
dog, etc.
* Let them use crayons, scissors and glue. It
may be messy, but just supervise them as they create
masterpieces.
* Show them the community. Take them to a
mall, let them ride an escalator, take them to the zoo,
build sandcastles at the beach with them, all the while
talking to them about what they are doing and seeing.
Open their world up to them.
Parents, you are the first educators of your chil-
dren. Educate them. Show them you care about them
and what they learn. Show them that you value educa-
tion and they will be better prepared for school when
they enter pre-kindergarten or kindergarten.


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Middle Schoolers
Florida authors Edward Bloor and Adrian Fogelin
join the Florida Department of Education's Literacy
League book club for this quarter's reading activities.
Bloor's Taken, and Fogelin's Crossing Jordan, will
serve as the next selections in the popular interactive book
club that allows authors to promote reading among Flori-
da's middle school students.
The Department launched the Literacy League in the
spring of 2010 for students in grades six through eight as
a way to encourage reading. Each quarter, a book is se-
lected and students are then able to submit questions via
e-mail or video for the authors to answer through a record-
ed podcast. Students interested in submitting their ques-
tions for Taken, should send them to
literacyleague@fldloaorg by Oct. 1. Questions for Crossing
Jordan are due by Nov. 3.
Edward Bloor is the author of five award-winning
novels including the million-selling Tangerine, one of
three novels he has set in Florida. His latest novel, Taken,
earned a spot on the 2010-2011 Sunshine State Young Read-
ers Award list and is the winner of the Florida Book
Award Silver Medal. Bloor is a former Florida teacher.
Adrian Fogelin is the author of six novels for middle
grade readers and one young adult novel. She draws on
experiences that include a stint as a zoo illustrator and
years spent aboard a boat in the Florida Keys. Her books
have been included in numerous state lists including
Florida's Sunshine State Young Readers Award winners.
She teaches a unique creative writing program, Think
Like an Author.
To help readers locate this book at their local public li-
brary the Department also offers a unique interactive tool
called Find a Book, Florida. Through Find a Book, Florida,
users are able to build custom reading lists based on their
interests and reading levels. Users can also locate their fa-
vorite books at local libraries and Barnes & Noble using
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Is saving the Miami blue

'Mission Impossible'?


By FWC Staff

Talk about stress! Many adults have
only a couple of weeks to find a mate,
reproduce and seek food and shelter.
The life of butterflies in their adult,
winged stage may be fleeting but it is
not a drab existence, according to the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC). They go out in a
blaze of colorful, showy glory, dancing
from flower to flower, as beautiful as
the blossoms that sustain them. These
delicate little creatures
are most active on sunny
days. They bask in the
sun so their solar scales can
soak up the energy needed to
fly around for food - the sweet
nectar of flowers.
"In Florida, more than 160
species breed and several oth-
ers have been recorded passing
through" the state, said Thomas C. K
Emmel, director of the Division of
Lepidoptera Research at the University
of Florida and director of the Museum
of Natural History's McGuire Center
for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity, in
Gainesville.
There's the common buckeye, which
has target-shaped eyespots on its wings.
A bird looking for dinner might be
scared away by the buckeye's big eye-
spots, thinking it is looking at another
bird.
Nature endowed many butterflies in
their various stages of life with a "cov-
er." Chrysalises (cocoons) sometimes
look like dried-up leaves or twigs.
The orange and black monarch is
perhaps the most recognized butterfly.
Adults in this milkweed subfamily of
the brush-footed clan fly thousands of


miles north and south each year, stop-
ping to sleep at night along Florida's
two coasts.
Giant skippers can go 40 miles per
hour while darting through sand dunes
in pursuit of mates and food. They live
fast and die fast. Most die after a few
days on the wing, Emmel said.
Some of Florida's largest butterflies
- most of the 10 swallowtail species -
occur in every county. The boldly pat-
terned giant swallowtail is one such
familiar insect. Despite the giant swal-
lowtail's beauty, which makes it wel-
c o m e in gardens, its caterpillar (larval
stage) is considered a very
- minor enemy of citrus
growers. It is aptly
named the "orange dog."
The lemon-yellow
cloudless sulfur
S/ Red-spotted purple . c .
S p d migrates in large
groups, between September and
November. Motorists may spot millions
heading south. Their spring migration
north is less notable because it is spread
out over more months. This species
breeds in Florida on cassia weeds and
planted shrubs.
"Butterflies are little more than mo-
bile egg carriers," said Dr. Jaret Dan-
iels, UF assistant professor of entomol-
ogy and assistant director of research
for the McGuire Center. "They are the
epitome of life based on reproduction."
During their short,
few-week existence,
they lay eggs. Af-
ter another week or
two, the eggs hatch to
become caterpillars.
"Butterflies tend to be
found near the "'
plants on which Atala


their larvae
(caterpillars)
feed,"

noted.
Caterpillars
are leaf-
eating
machines
for ueen
another one
to three
weeks before attaching themselves to
leaves or twigs. After a power nap, the
caterpillar begins the metamorpho-
sis into a chrysalis. Then, viola! The
chrysalis becomes a lovely butterfly in
another one to three weeks.
Butterflies are important pollina-
tors, as are moths and bees. They
are also like the proverbial canary in
a coal mine. When their habitat suf-
fers, their numbers fall, indicating that
something is wrong. Luckily, butter-
flies reproduce often and they're pretty
enough to attract mankind's attention,
even though they're just bugs. Human
interventions have proved helpful.
The atala, a South Florida hair-
streak, is living proof. In 1965, the
only known colony of atalas was in a
state park near Fort Lauderdale. Then
that colony died. Luckily, another
colony turned up on Virginia Key in
the late 1970s. With the aid of local
conservationists, potted coontie plants
were placed where this last colony
was found. As programmed by nature,
the atalas landed on their favorite
coontie plants and laid eggs. People
moved the eggs to other locations,
where new colonies emerged.
"Today, the atala has made a spec-
tacular recovery," Emmer said.


The minute you
pass through the
air-blast door into
the garden, but-
terflies may land on
you, especially if you % e
picked a sunny day to visit
the Butterfly Rainforest at the
Florida Museum of Natural
History in Gainesville. Ex-
otic species from all over the
world fly from plant to arm
inside this screened butterfly
heaven.
The garden is the show-
place for the adjacent
McGuire Center for Lepi-
doptera and Biodiversity,
where University of Florida
assistant professor of ento-
mology Dr. Jaret Daniels and
others give nature a helping
hand. Inside the center are
racks of pupae (chrysalises)
from other continents. Some
look like twigs, others like
curled leaves, and still others
like gold ear bobs and jew-
els.
Today's pupae are tomor-
row's butterflies, usually.
In a separate lab for Mi-
ami blue butterflies, Daniels
supervises breeding efforts
for that state-endangered in-
sect.
Daniels has been a hands-
on insect enthusiast since he
was a kid in Wisconsin.
"I collected silk moth
caterpillars in a coffee can,
and it was fascinating to see
a new silk moth emerge," he
-;A "T _ 1 1- "1


He's still watching - and now
helping. Saving the Miami
blue butterfly is one of the
notable projects under Dan-
iels' care as assistant director
of research at the McGuire
Center on the UF campus.
In special labs, he and others
feed the Miami blue artificial
nectar - melon-flavored and
passion-fruit sports drinks -
on a cotton swab, to sustain
the species.
In the 1950s and '60s,
the small butterflies lived in
a U-shaped area from Tampa
on the west coast to Cape Ca-
naveral on the east.


S"By the
'70s and
'80s, their
numbers plum-
nmeted and they
q '%ere only seen
in extreme South
Florida," Daniels said.
"From 1992, after Hurricane
Andrew, through 1999, we
couldn't find any and people
feared they had become ex-
tinct."
As has happened with
other species, park land
proved to be an oasis. A
small population of the Mi-
ami blue turned up at Bahia
Honda State Park. The U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service
and later the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) sought help
developing a breeding, con-
servation and management
plan for the Miami blue.


Dr Jaret Daniels examines a Miami
blue at the McGuire Center.
Since 2003, the lab raised
more than 30,000 Miami
blues by collecting eggs
from the wild and giving
them a better chance of sur-
vival under laboratory con-
ditions.
"We're making progress
on where we can release
them," Daniels said. Place-
ment of the butterflies re-
quires blending politics and
the human element with sci-
ence.
"We give the FWC tre-
mendous credit for bring-
ing agencies together to talk
about threats to the butterfly
and how to mitigate those
threats," Daniels said. De-
spite progress, Daniels said
the Miami blue battle is all
uphill.
"We're also working on
other species before they get
to the stage of the Miami
blue - so far gone that there
is no guarantee of success.
The FWC is adopting the
best approach: Keep com-
mon species common."


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apts. Call 850-973-8582,
TDD/TTY 711.315 SW
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
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$199 Move-In Special!!
1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apts.
Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-
3056. TDD/TTY 711.
192 NW Greenville
Pointe Trail, Greenville,
FL 32331.
Equal Housing
Opportunity



Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for
Senior's and Disabled.
1 & 2BR
HUD vouchers accept-
ed Call 850-973-3786 -
TTY Acs 711.
404 SW Sumatra Rd,
Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer



EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
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Buy, Sell or Trade
Call 973-4141
To Place Your Ad!


Attn. Land Owners
mobile Turn key home
d buyng/purchase package
Use your land or family
9/10,rm,rc for 3,4, 5, br homes, c
888-256-6115


9/10, c


Hud Homes
all prices, all sizes, will go
fast. Home buyers hotline
888-256-6115
9/10, c





Office Space For Rent :
Call the Fitness Place at
973-3517 for more info
: 5/12, r4


Classifieds Work
$12 (for 20 words or less)
Wednesday and Friday.
Your ad will also
be on our website
FREE of charge
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County Camp Road, 1.8
acres, city water, cleared.
Owner Financing with
$2,500 down, $229/ month.
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116.
8/18, rtn,

1/2 acre buildable rural lot
for sale. Well, Pole, canopy
road frontage, 535 SW Bryan
Earnhardt Rd., Madison
$13,000. 850-584-6880
9/8, -9/29, pd





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
flu, n/c






Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage.
Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Dr.
& Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
ter main, access to city utili-
ties, fire hydrant, and
service from two power
companies. Property has
easy access to 1-10, via SR
53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant or short or long
term lease. Call Tommy
Greene 850-973-4141


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Estate Property For Sale

Like new 2005 2 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home partial-
ly furnished and fenced
with 2 buildings and carport
with 3 lots on corner of
Blue Springs Church Rd
next to Blue Springs State
Park near Nestle Waters.
receipts total $93,000, make
offer, 704-929-9325, serious
inquiries only
8/25-9/15, pd


2006 Hyundai Sonata V6
GLS 4 door, 46,000 miles,
golden beige, leather, loaded,
extra clean, $10,888. Call
954-288-6802, Life time
warranty
8/18 - 9/8, c


2008 Jeep Compass SPT
SUV, 4 cylinder, 52,000
miles, loaded, excellent
cond., life time warranty,
$13,888,954-288-6802
8/18 - 9/8, c

2008 Hyundai Elantra GLS
4 door, 22,000 miles, beige,
full factory warranty, loaded,
one owner. $12,888
954-288-6802
8/18 - 9/8, c

2010 Hyundai Sonata GLS
4 door, like new, 27,000
miles, glasier blue, full facto-
ry warranty, save thousands,
must see, only $16,988 call
954-288-6802
8/18 - 9/8, c





(3)-Public Online Auction's
Lake City Auction Center
School Bus Parts, Office &
Computer Epq., Surplus to
Hamilton Co. Dept of Edu.
& Show Stage Package. Bid
online @
www.atkinsononline.com,
abll141,
386-752-3890 or
1800-756-4098






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 reason-
ably priced! For more infor-
mation, please call (850)
464-0114 or (850) 973-4622.
6/18, rtn, u/c


Experienced Mechanic
Needed for general farm
equipment. Ideal applicant is
dependable and trustworthy.
Welding and mechanical ex-
perience needed. Compensa-
tion equivalent to experience.
Excellent opportunity with a
drug-free workplace. Please
fax resume to 850-971-0006


7/21, rtn, n/c


Mystery Shoppers
earn up to $150 per day un-
der cover shoppers needed to
judge retail and dining estab-
lishments. No experience
required. Call
888-731-1180
9/1-9/29, pd


CALL EMERALD TO LIST YOUR
CLASSIFIED STATE-WIDE
AT 850-973-4141
FOR MONDY 9//201


Adoption
Pregnant? Considering
adoption? A childless,
successful, woman seeks
to adopt & needs your
help! Financially secure.
Expenses paid. Call
Margie. (ask for
michelle/adam). (800)790-
5260. FL Bar# 0150789

Announcements

NOTICE: Calling this
number will subject you
to HUGE savings on
statewide advertising in
aver 100 newspapers. Ad-
vertising Networks of
Florida, Put us to work
For You! (866)742-1373
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fleds.com.

Equipment For Sale

NEW Norwood
SAWMILLS-Lumber-
Mate-Pro handles logs
34" diameter, mills
boards 28" wide. Auto-
mated quick-cycle-saw-
ing increases efficiency
up to 40%!
www.NorwoodSawmills.c
3m/300N (800)661-7746
Ext 300N

Financial

CASH NOW! Get cash for
your structured settle-
ment or annuity pay-
ments. High payouts.
Call J.G. Wentworth. 1-
366-SETTLEMENT (1-866-
738-8536). Rated A+ by
the Better Business Bu-
reau.

Buried in Debt? Want to
Save Thousands & Elimi-
nate Your Debt up to
30%? We Can HELP! Call
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tation! (888)496-3167 Rat-
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(800)568-8321
www.lawcapital.com

Are you behind on your
Mortgage payment? Do
you have an adjustable
rate mortgage? FREE
Evaluation and Advice.
Call Express Audits to-
lay! (877)270-4415

For Sale

CHERRY BEDROOM
SET. Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in facto-
cy boxes. English Dove-
tail. Original cost $4500.
Sell for $895. Can deliver.
Call Tom (813)600-3653

Help Wanted

DRIVERS--ASAP! New
Pay Increase! 37-43 cpm
Fuel Bonus -up to 4cpm!
Need CDL-A & 3 mos re-
cent OTR (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com

Colonial Life seeks entre-
preneurial professional
with sales experience to
become a District Man-
ager. Life/Health license
is required. Substantial
earnings potential.
Please contact mered-
ith.brewer@coloniallife.c
om or call (904)424-5697

Drivers- Flatbed CDL/A
S2,000 Sign On bonus.
NEW TRUCKS ARRIV-
ING! Lease Purchase
Available. 6 months Ex-
perience Required. No
Felonies. Hornady Trans-
portation (800)441-4271 x
FL-100
Heat & Air JOBS - Ready
to work? 3 week acceler-
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environment. Nation-
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Local JOD Placement As-
sistance! (877)994-9904

Drivers - FOOD TANKER
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positions available NOW!
CDL-A w/ Tanker REQ'D.
Outstanding pay & Bene-
fits! Call a recruiter TO-
DAY! (877)484-3042
www.oakleytransport.co
m

Homes For Sale

FORECLOSED HOME
AUCTION 1400+ FL
Homes I Auction: 9/18
Open House: Sept 4, 11 &
12 REDC I View Full
Listings
www.Auction.com RE
Brkr CQ1031187

Misc. Items for Sale

STIMULUS REBATE
$$$$ Sept/Aug Electric
Bill Paid $3,000.00 tax
Credit-2011 Get your free
home gold star certified.
1st 25 people to call,
$35.00 gift card Offer Ex-
pires 11/1/2011: (877)791-
6142

Miscellaneous

AIRLINES ARE HIRING
- Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved
program. Financial aid if
qualified - Housing avail-
able. CALL Aviation In-
stitute of Maintenance
(866)314-3769.

Out of Area Real Estate

WATERFRONT, 152' WA-
TERFRONT, North Al-
abama, Scottsboro. 1.8
Acres, 3000 sq.ft. Home,
enclosed inground pool,
boathouse, pier, electric
lifts for boat / jet ski.
Debbie Mathis Realty
(256)599-5910
NORTH ALABAMA
FARM: 33 ACRES, 2
Barns, fenced, Large
Kennel, 3500 sq.ft. Home,
sell for Appraisal Price
$329,000. Debbie Mathis
Realty (256)599-5910

NORTH ALABAMA
LAND: 480 Acres. Joins
the Tennessee River! Pas-
ture, Bluff, Road
Frontage, Trees. $2500.00
/Acre. Close to Chat-
tanooga, TN & GA. Deb-
bie Mathis Realty
(256)599-5910

Unbelievable Coastal
Bargain! Only $34,900
with FREE Boat Slip. Ad-
joining lot sold for
$99,900! Beautifully
wooded building lot in
premier gated waterfront
community. Enjoy direct
access to Atlantic! All
amenities complete!
Paved roads, under-
ground utilities, club
house, pool. Excellent fi-
nancing. Call Now
(877)888-1415, x 2627

BUY MOUNTAIN LAND
NOW! Lowest prices
ever! N.C. Bryson City
2.5acres, spectacular
views, paved road. High
altitude. Easily accessi-
ble, secluded. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(800)810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com

VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN
LAND-20 acres!- Galax
area, 2hrs from Char-
lotte, views, gentle slop-
ing for great layout,
springs, creeks, private,
reduced $199,500! Call
owner, (866)789-8535

Real Estate Auctions

FORECLOSED HOME
AUCTION 1400+ FL
Homes I Auction: 9/18
Open House: Sept 4 11 &
12 REDC I View Full
Listings
www.Auction.com RE


Deadline For Classifieds

(850) 973-4141
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Friday, September 10, 2010


www.greenepublishing.com


Madison Enterprise-Recorder * 15


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR MADISON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2010-293-CA
DIVISION:
Triad Financial Services Inc., as servicing
agent for Great Southern Bank,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Anthony Eugene Harvey, Laverne Cash Harvey,
IF LIVING, AND IF DECEASED, THEIR
UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THEM; Blue Ridge Landing Property
Owners' Association; AND ANY OTHER PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY WHOSE
NAMES ARE UNCERTAIN,
Defendantss.
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Anthony Eugene Harvey, Laverne Cash Harvey, IF LIVING, AND IF
DECEASED, THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL, OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THEM
Last Known Residence - 604 5th Street SW, Vero Beach, Fl
32962
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a Purchase Money First
Mortgage and Note on the following property in Madison County, Florida:
Lot 7, Block A, Blue Ridge Landing, a subdivision per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page B, of the Public Records of Madison County, Florida.
All roads, streets, common areas and facilities, easements, including
drainage easements and rights-of-way providing ingress and egress to the
property herein described will be maintained by the Blue Ridge Landing
Property Owners' Association, Inc. and Madison County will not be
responsible for the maintenance of the above.
TOGETHER WITH a 2006 Clayton Mobile Home Serial Number
WHC015737GA. The title for said Mobile Home will be retired with the
Florida Department of Motor Vehicles according to Florida Statute Section
319.261 and hereafter always a part of this real property.
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on Schuyler Smith, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 118 W Adams St., Suite 800, Jacksonville, FL 32202, on or before 30
days from the date of the first publication of this Notice, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter, otherwise, a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS, my hand and the seal of this Court on the 26 day of August 2010.

Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

9/3,9/10

NOTICE: The District School Board of Madison County,
Florida, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 19,2010 at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the School Board Meeting Room of the Superin-
tendent's Office, 210 NE Duval Avenue, Madison, Florida.
New Policy 4.03A Time-Out/Restraint
New Procedure 4.25 Time-Out/Restraint
The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE
Duval Avenue Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 120.54, 1001.43 F.S.
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS
MEETING OR HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS
MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVI-
DENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

9/10


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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued in the County Court of Lee County, Florida, on the 14th day of June,
2007 in the cause wherein MIDLAND FUNDING LLC, AS SUCCESSOR IN
INTEREST TO FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. OSCAR
ALVIN HENDERSON, Defendant, being Case No. 07-CC-001212 in said
Court.
I, Benjamin J. Stewart, as Sheriff of Madison County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title and interest of the Defendant, OSCAR ALVIN HEN-
DERSON, in and to the following described property lying and situated in
Madison County, Florida, to wit:
2006 Chevrolet Silverado, VIN # 1GCHK23D86F185525
and on the 5th day of October, 2010 at Ben's Towing wrecker yard, 439 NE
Daylily Ave., Madison, Florida at the hour of 11:00 A.M., or as soon there-
after as possible, I will offer for sale all of the said defendant's, OSCAR
ALVIN HENDERSON, right, title, and interest in aforesaid property at pub-
lic outcry and will sell the same, subject to all taxes, prior liens, encum-
brances and judgments, if any, to the highest and best bidder or bidders for
CASH IN HAND. The proceeds to be applied as far as may be to the pay-
ment of costs and the satisfaction of the above described execution. The
property will be available for inspection at Ben's Towing wrecker yard be-
tween the hours of 10:00 AM through 11:00 AM the morning of the sale.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of Court, telephone (850) 973-1500, no later than
seven (7) days prior to the proceeding.
Benjamin J. Stewart, as Sheriff
Of Madison County, Florida
By: Bill Hart
Deputy Sheriff
9/3, 9/10, 9/17,9/24


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No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know ilii is just the
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' 3 7. ++ ( =& &+ + % =( = + 4 b + + @G/G &+ + -% 35 & b & + + -% ( 8 0 7 = . ,++ =0 8 =. b += & + =&? -=( .-+ . . 0 7 =(B D= -8( . 07 .% 7 , ' B +. 0 = . ,. =(B = , 7( -8 b C 8 A(+ = 7. A7 , ' C . 7 * . @" 7 8 7&' 8 & B ' ( .7 & % 8= 7 = % ( 8 3 & & ++ -% C 8 .7(% (++ E B+ ' . 0 ( 40 0 7 0( + 5 . 7 ' , = C( =& 0 7( -= C. 7* 8& =8 ( 8 .C B (+ + . -+ (-3 t = & 8 C + + . A, -= =& = C& 0 . 0 + ,. -(=. 7 =& (7 & B ( . 7 , 8A 7 =& (7 & .C =& E 6 7 . ( -% =& E 7 . = (80(7 =. . = ' = 7 &( B 0. 8 (=( B 7 8 A+ =83 7 =((0-=8 ( b & + + -% 7 4 .=& (7 &.-. 7 5 =. 7 0 .7 = ' =(B ( =( 8 A7= + E 3 t E. A 4 & = 5 .7 0.7=( -% 0 . ( =8 E . A 7 . -+E &=( -% E . A78 + E -.= .++ .C ' ( % =& 7 . , , (+E 07 =( 83 7 =( ( 0 -= 8 & B 8 B E 8 7. , 8 0( ! = A7( -% =& & + + % =. -=7 =& (7 0. (-=8 13%3 E =. 7 /G = & . 7 & + =& ! -( + = (B(=( 8 07 .7, .' =. 7 >2 3 & b & + ' + -% ( 8 8 . =& 0 7 . 7 , . =7 ' . , , 0 7 =( 8 . ( +E 8 (8 ! B =&= ( B . + B & + =& -A ' =7( = (. ! B =&= ( ' B . +B !( + , % , =3 0 . 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They bask in the sun so their solar scales can soak up the energy needed to species breed and several othe rs have been recorded passing Lepidoptera Research at the University of Natural History’s McGuire Center Gainesville. has target-shaped eyespots on its wings. scared away by the buckeye’s big eyebird. their various stages of life with a “covlook like dried-up leaves or twigs. Is saving the Miami blue ‘Mission Impossible’? pass through the air-blast door into picked a sunny day to visit History in Gainesville. Exheaven. The garden is the showplace for the adjacent McGuire Center for Lepiwhere University of Florida assistant professor of entoothers give nature a helping hand. Inside the center are like gold ear bobs and jewels. I n a separate lab for Misupervises breeding efforts for that state-endangered insect. on insect enthusiast since he was a kid in Wisconsin. and it was fascinating to see said. “I was hooked.” iels’ care as assistant director of research at the McGuire the species. on the west coast to Cape Canaveral on the east. ping to sleep at night along Florida’s two coasts. hour while darting through sand dunes fast and die fast. Most die after a few occur in every county. The boldly patterned giant swallowtail is one such g rowers. It is aptly cloudless sulfur north is less notable because it is spread breeds in Florida on cassia weeds and planted shrubs. ogy and assistant director of research for the McGuire Center. “They are the they lay eggs. After another week or found near the plants on which By FWC Staff A giant swallowtail rests in the sun. At the top of the page is anothert swallowtail and an American painted lady. “By the were only seen tinct As has happened with proved to be an oasis. A and later the Florida Fish and blues by collecting eggs vival under laboratory conditions. on where we can release quires blending politics and ence. e give the FWC treing agencies together to talk uphill. e’re also working on o ther species before they get is no guarantee of success. The FWC is adopting the their larvae noted. Caterpillars are leafeating for another one to three another one to three weeks. are also like the proverbial canary in interventions have proved helpful. o nly known colony of atalas was in a state park near Fort Lauderdale. Then colony turned up on Virginia Key in were placed where this last colony the atalas landed on their favorite Dr. Jaret Daniels examines a Miami blue at the McGuire Center.Get to know some winged beauties Atala Red-spotted purple Queen f c d creat t re featu c ured Is saving the Miami blue creat ission Impossible saving the Miami blue ture sible’? iami blue History a picked -blast air through pass Ex Gainesville. in to day sunny a into door t the hrough v seen only “By the assistant U where McGuire place The heaven. ento of professor nt Florida of y Universit Lepi for r Cente re adjacent the for show the is garden e l d proved As tinct d Fish Florida h A oasis. an be to d with happened has s By FWC Sta about alk T a giant swallowtail r A Get to know some winged beauties aff have adults Many stress! out At the top of the page is anothert swallowtail and an ests in the sun. wtail r t to know some winged beauties two coasts. along night at sleep to ping American painted lady age is anothert swallowtail and an some winged beauties s Florida’ their larvae . erican painted lady nged beauties gol I hand. g others els. like uties jew and bobs ear ld are center the nside helping a nature give later and and Fish Florida the ter little delicate F ish F lorida reproduce and seek food and shelter creatures tle C onservation i ldlife W a nd . nd seek food and shelter o is swallowtail giant terned bo The . county every in occur after die Most fast. die and fast sand through darting while hour such one pat oldly few a ter dunes and to three another one for eating are leafCaterpillars noted. insect that a I n was a kid in on sect. for supervises isconsin. 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