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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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

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Our 146th Year, Number 29


Friday, March 18, 2011


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57th Annual North Florida
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B Section

Sex

Offender

Registers

With

Little Cat

Road

Address
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A sex
offender
has regis-
tered at
- the Madi-
s o n
SCounty
Jail with
Shane an ad-
Stephen dress at
Whitson 1240 Lit-
tle Cat
Road in Madison.
Shane Stephen
Whitson registered at
the jail on March 16,
coming to Madison from
Please see Sex
Offender, Page 3A

Cherry

Lake

Fire And

Rescue

Hosting

Bass

Tourney
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cherry Lake Fire
and Rescue will host a
bass tournament on Sat-
urday, March 26, from 6
a.m. until noon at the
Sims Boat Club (the for-
mer Wade's Beach) in
Cherry Lake.
The entry fee is $40
per boat for two fisher-
Please see Cherry
Lake, Page 3A

Move

Over,

America!

It's The

Law
By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Very few Americans
know about the Move
Over Law. Even less
know just how impor-
tant this law is to obey
The Move Over Law is
effective in 48 states; all
states except Hawaii and
D.C. The website dedi-
cated to raising aware-
ness of the Move Over
Law, states that, "'Move
Over America' is the na-
tional effort to make dri-
vers aware of "Move
Over" laws, which re-
quire motorists to
"Move Over" and change
Please see Move Over,
Page 3A


Big Marijuana Bust


A total of 103 grams of marijuana was
located and a man and a teenager girl were
arrested on felony charges of possession of
marijuana with intent to sell.
According to a Madison Police Depart-
ment report, on Thursday, March 10, at
11:06 p.m., Ptl. Travis Johnson conducted a
traffic stop on a gold Ford pickup truck for
a traffic infraction.


Ptl. Johnson made
contact with the driver
and observed the odor
of burnt marijuana
coming form the vehi-
cle. At this time, the
driver and passenger
of the vehicle were
asked to step out of the


Kevin Bell


vehicle.
A consensual search of the vehicle and
passengers were conducted. Ptl. Johnson
located 103 grams of marijuana during the
search.
At this time, passengers Kevin Bell and
Alexa Beggs were placed under arrest for
Possession of marijuana with intent to sell
and transported them to the county jail.


Salvation Army, School System,

Solid Waste, NFOG And Prison

Team Up To Recycle Bicycles


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, March 10, 2011
Members of the groups who are involved in recycling bicycles for Madison County's youth are pictured.
Left to right: Madison County Institution Lt. Craig Barnett, Madison Correctional Institution Sgt. Les Goins,
Madison Police Cpl. Reggie Alexander, Salvation Army Director George Blevins, Solid Waste Director
Jerome Wyche, School Superintendent Lou Miller and North Florida Community College Law Enforcement
Instructor Rick Davis.


The Salvation Army, Madison Correctional In-
stitution and the Madison County School system
have joined together along with the help of Madison
County Solid Waste to recycle bicycles for the Kids of
Madison County The Madison Police Department
and the North Florida Community College have
come along side us to provide safety training for the
Kids as they receive their bicycles.
The Madison Correctional Institute and their
dedicated staff are well known for their assistance
to Madison County, what is lesser known is the work
they do preparing the inmates in their charge to
reenter society as productive citizens. MCI staff like
Sgt Goins who has been at the heart of this program
development for over a year now credits the Warden
and his officers for making this program a reality
The Madison County School System will be the
point of contact to request a bicycle for your child,
knowing that Teachers will do the most good in us-
ing these bicycles for incentives, promoting exercise
and rewards for our children.


How to donate?
Bicycles
Bicycles can be dropped off at and of our collec-
tion/recycle centers in the county where the atten-
dant will secure the bicycle for pickup by a MCI
work crew. If you prefer you can contact Madison
Police Station @ 973-5077 or the Salvation Army
@850- 232-4981 to make arrangement to drop off your
donation at their location.
Financial Support
The Salvation Army has provided startup fund-
ing for bicycle parts and materials used in the repair
and reconditioning of these bicycles but no matter
how dedicated the people working this program are
it cannot be sustained without community support,
your support!. So please send donations to The Sal-
vation Army P. O0. Box 728 Madison Fl.
Helmets
The group is still looking for individuals or
groups to provide helmets for these Kids. If interest-
ed please contact George Blevins @ 850-232-4981.


FutureNow Expected To

Electrify Madison County Youth
Event scheduled for March 23


Imagine yourself standing
before a smoke-filled stage with
multicolored lights sweeping the
room, heart-pounding live music
pumping, all amidst a crowd
dancing and singing to the music.
This is no rock concert-it's a Fu-
tureNow school assembly "Fu-
tureNow is an organization out of
Valdosta, Ga. that goes into mid-
dle and high schools to talk to
teenagers about their choices and
their future," says FutureNow Di-
rector Chris Musgrove. Fu-
tureNow draws young people into
their message with live music,
meaningful drama, video effects
and real-life stories combined in
a one-hour presentation. The top-
ics include telling students that
their current choices will affect
their education, careers, dreams
and future.
Madison County Health De-
partment's Tobacco Program,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes,
and the Safe Schools/Healthy
Students program, known locally
as Project Safe Zone, have part-


nered with Madison County
Schools to provide this powerful
program of daytime assemblies
to middle and high school stu-
dents on March 23. Fellowship of
Christian Athletes hosts Fu-
tureNow's night event, open to
the entire community at the
Madison County High School
Gym on Wednesday, March 23rd
at 7 p.m. Students will have the
chance to win an iPod or Wild Ad-
ventures tickets in a drawing that
evening. Parents, church youth
groups, and the community at
large are invited to come and en-
joy the evening event.
Always looking for new op-
portunities to deliver tobacco
prevention and cessation activi-
ties that support the school dis-
trict's tobacco-free policies,
Tobacco Prevention Specialist
Dog Freer praised the FutureNow
event as an exciting and timely
venue that goes hand-in-hand
with the health department's to-
bacco-free lifestyle goals. The
Students Working Against Tobac-


co members from Madison Coun-
ty Central School will be serving
as volunteers for the event, con-
tinuing their active support of
programs that promote healthy
living throughout the district.
Similarly, Project Safe Zone
Coordinator Octavious Tookes ac-
knowledged the importance and
power of promoting positive be-
havior, praising the FutureNow
production for its focus and abili-
ty to connect to youth of all back-
grounds. With his focus on
enhancing school safety and pro-
viding a healthy learning envi-
ronment that addresses issues
such as bullying prevention and
mentoring, Tookes further ac-
knowledged his pleasure to sup-
port a program that complements
the core themes of Project Safe
Zone.
To find out how you can get
involved with this event as a sup-
porter or a volunteer, please con-
tact Elton Dixon at 229.245.9499,
or visit www.futurenow.us for
more information.


Two

Arrested

On Crack,

Marijuana

Charges
Madi-
son police
officers ar-
rested two
men on
d r u g
charges fol- Charlie
lowing a Carter
traffic stop. are
On Sun-
day, March
13, at 6:52
a.m., Ptl.
Joey Smith
conducted a
traffic stop James Hill
on a gold Buick Regal
for a traffic infraction
and displaying a tag not
assigned to the vehicle.
Ptl. Smith made con-
tact with the driver of
the vehicle, James Hill,
and questioned him
about the tag and asked
for a driver license.
During the ques-
tioning, Smith discov-
ered that Hill had given
him a false name. At this
time, Hill was paced un-
der arrest for attaching
a tag not assigned and
resisting arrest without
violence.
Ptl. Eric Gilbert ar-
rived and began ques-
tioning the passenger,
Charlie Carter.
Gilbert conducted a
warrants check on
Please see Two
Arrested, Page 3A

MCHS
Custodian
Terminated
By School
Board
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madi-
son Coun-i
ty High i
School I
custodian
Herbert J.
"Pee Wee"
Miller, Jr., Herbert J.
54, was ter- Miller, Jr.
minated by
the Madison County
School Board on Tues-
day evening, March 15.
The reason for
Miller's dismissal was
his conviction on a Sept.
18, 2010 arrest for resist-
ing arrest with violence.
Miller did not re-
quest a hearing with the
School Board.
Miller began a
three-year probation
sentence on Feb. 7.
In other items dis-
cussed at the School
Board meeting, Will
Rutherford gave the
board a report on bond
status for renovations at
Madison County High
School.
The Board will soon
Please see MCHS,
Page 3A


IIndexLocl'Wethe


2 Sections. 28 Pages
Livestock Show B Section Community Calendar 4A
Church 8A From Page One 3A
Classifieds 10A Viewpoints & Opinions 2A
Legals 11A Turn Back Time 9A


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Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. lows in the mid 50s. lows in the low 60s. the mid 80s and lows in the upper
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Oitopoints & Opinions


Friday, March 18, 2011


My Nephews And Baseball


nephew, Braxton Taff, played his
first ever coach-pitch baseball
game last week. I didn't get to go.
Braxton lives in Wakulla County. I
would love to see him play, though.
I never got to see my nephew,
Ryan Leutner, play baseball, either.
From all accounts, Ryan was a
great baseball player. The only
chance I ever got to see Ryan play
was on a clip from Channel 6 s
Eyewitness News as he laid down a
hit and brought a runner home in a
playoff game for Wakulla High
School.


Ryan's specialty
and he would play
on a travel ball team
during his high
school team's off-
season. Big league
dreams for him
were put on hold,
however, as he
moved just across
the river from me
into Hamilton
County to stay with
his grandmother,
Dot Leutner. He got
a job and a girl-
friend. Now, he's
talking about join-
ing the Army this
summer. I hope and
pray that before he
makes such a mo-
mentous decision
that he will consid-
er the cost. In any
decision that he
makes, I pray that
he will consider the


Madison County...


was pitching


cost.
One of the things that I
regret about my life is
making rash decisions
without sitting down, tak-
ing a sheet of paper and
weighing the pros and
cons of my actions. I wish
that I had found an older


persdIon that I trusted as a mentor
(whether my father or any other
trusted adviser) to discuss the situ-
ations with. Most of all, I wish that
I had prayed for God's guidance in
the decision-making process.
Proverbs 3:6 tells us: "Trust in
the Lord with all your heart, and
lean not on your own understand-
ing; In all your ways acknowledge
him, and He shall direct your
paths."
The advice offered by King
Solomon is still appropriate for me
to follow today. It is also good ad-
vice for Ryan, for Braxton and for
anyone else.


Photo submitted
My niece, Morgan, and her three children, Isabella,
Braxton and Catherine Lynn Taff.


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Jacob's
Ladder
Jacob Bembry
Columnist


Since we are still in
March and it is National
Nutrition Month, let's
look at the latest recom-
mendations on sodium.
Revised every five years,
USDA Dietary Guide-
lines for Americans now
recommends Americans
consume less than 2,300
mg. of sodium each day.
It goes further to ask con-
sumers to work toward
an intake of 1,500 mg.
For adults over 51 years
of age and people with di-
abetes or hypertension
USDA strongly recom-
mends the intake need to
be at the 1,500 mg. level.
This means consuming
less than one teaspoon of
salt each day in all of the
food you eat.
Sodium is an essen-
tial nutrient needed by
the body in relatively
small quantities. The
health concern is that
most Americans con-
sume a high intake of
sodium in their diets
which over time can lead
to higher blood pressure.
According to the re-
search review by the Di-
etary Guidelines
committee, on average,
the higher a person's
sodium intake the higher
the blood pressure. Keep-
ing blood pressure in a
normal range reduces
risk of heart disease and
kidney failure.
In the American diet,
sodium is consumed as
salt, an ingredient used
in curing meat, baking,
and enhancing the flavor
of food. The salt added in
cooking and at the table
only account for a small
amount of sodium in our
diets. Most of the sodi-
um in our diet comes
from processed foods.
Americans love to
eat out, so be aware
restaurant foods are usu-
ally very high in sodium.
Your food may not taste


3/8
Karium Jusneil
Hammond - Criminal
registration
Elshunti DeAngelo
Mattair - VOP (circuit)
Danny Antaione
Williams
VOP/possession of
marijuana with intent
to sell
Thaddeus Donte
Dye - Possession of
marijuana more than
20 grams with intent to
sell, VOP (circuit)
Marcus Tredell
Jones - Criminal regis-
tration
Octavious De-
wayne Sloane - Failure
to appear (resisting ar-
rest without violence)
Shane Stephen
Whitson - Sex offender
registration
3/9
Preston Landez
Sesler - Driving while
license suspended, ob-
struction, out of coun-
ty warrant
Eric William
Smallridge - DUI
(manslaughter)
Henry Clarence
Johnson - Failure to
appear
3/10
Jeremy Terrell
Johnson - No drivers
license (never had one
issued)
Michael Bradford
Beggs - Battery
Fabian Forte John-
son - Criminal regis-
tration
Hermena Victoria
McDaniel - Failure to
appear for pre-trial
conference
Anthony Michael
Perkins - No valid dri-
vers license
3/11
Cedric Mandel
Ratliff - VOP/grand
theft II specified prop-
erty
Isaac Charles


Cooper - Driving while
license suspended
Deomarcus Leon
Jackson - Grand theft
Kevin Leon Bell,
Sr. -Possession of mar-
ijuana more than 20
grams, contributing to
the delinquency of a
minor
Alexa Dianne Beg-
gs - Possession with in-
tent to sell more than
20 grams of marijuana,
tampering with evi-
dence
3/12
Lonnie James Liv-
ingston - Out of county
warrant
DeAngelo Gallon -
Writ of bodily attach-
ment
3/13
Ricky Anthony
Baynard, Jr. - Abuse
(child neglect), felony
battery (domestic vio-
lence)
Danielle Nicole
Stephens - Affray, tres-
pass after warning
Tiffany Latoya
Gamble - Affay
James Clarence
Hills, Jr. - Possession
of marijuana with in-
tent to sell, possession
of cocaine with intent
to sell, resisting arrest
without violence, at-
taching a tag not as-
signed
Charlie C. Carter -
Possession of marijua-
na with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine
with intent to sell
3/14
Jarrod Darren
Broomfield - VOP
(county)
Charles William
Pate - Out of county
warrant
3/15
James Edgar
Brown - VOP
Isaac Cooks, Jr. -
Writ of bodily attach-
ment


By Paul Niemann
Fred Noonan is a good example of both being in the
wrong place at the wrong time and of being a minor foot-
note in history
Most people have never heard of Fred Noonan. He
was born near Chicago in 1893 to Joseph and Catherine
Noonan. At age 17, he began working on boats.
He worked on merchant ships during the Great War
- as the war was known before World War II came along.
He worked on three separate boats that were sunk from
underneath by U-boats, but it was not his career as a
merchant mariner that sunk Fred Noonan. This career
was not his claim to fame, either.
It was in aviation where Fred Noonan made his
mark. In 1930, he earned his pilot's license, and over the
next seven years he earned a reputation as an expert
navigator, mapping flights for Pan Am Airlines through-
out the Pacific Ocean. It is believed to be somewhere in
the Pacific Ocean where he lost his life in an around-the-
world flight attempt, although there were only two peo-
ple who know for sure what happened on that flight,
including Fred.
One of his colleagues flew solo across the Atlantic
Ocean in 1932, and then wrote a best-selling book about
the experience. That same colleague chose Fred to be the
navigator on an around-the-world flight in 1937. Fred
was the pilot's second choice; the first choice was Cap-
tain Harry Manning.
Fred's marine experience, combined with his expe-
rience in flying over the Pacific, made him the ideal
choice as navigator. He and his pilot first attempted their
worldwide trip on St. Patrick's Day in 1937, heading west
out of Oakland. That flight ended in failure when they
had a problem with one of the tires. The flight also in-
cluded Harry Manning and a stunt pilot named Paul
Mantz.
Neither Manning nor Mantz were on the second at-
tempt, and this time Noonan and his pilot flew eastward.
They flew over South America and Africa, then India
and southeast Asia. They made it as far as New Guinea
and attempted to land at Howland Island. They had al-
ready covered 22,000 miles, and had just 7,000 more miles
to go to become the first people to circumnavigate the
globe in an airplane.
On their way to Howland Island, something went
wrong, and their plane went down somewhere in the Pa-
cific Ocean. There are several conspiracy theories sur-
rounding the death of Fred and his pilot, although the
real reason why their plane went down will probably
never be known.
Were they captured by the Japanese? Did their
plane run out of fuel somewhere over the Pacific? Did it
crash on an island?
There is only one person besides Fred Noonan who
knew what caused his plane to go down on that fateful
day on July 2, 1937, and that would be his pilot.
His pilot was Amelia Earhart.
And you always thought that she was alone on that
trip, didn't you?


Madison Count
Extension Servic

Diann Douglas
Guest Colunminst


salty, but don't let that
fool you. Sometimes a
restaurant meal can have
over 2,000 mg. of sodium.
It's the sauces, fries and
condiments that have
hidden sodium.
If you are interested
in a healthful meal plan
to reduce sodium intake,
a proven researched
based diet is the Dietary
Approaches to Stop Hy-
pertension (DASH).
DASH emphasizes con-
suming fresh vegetables,
fruit and low-fat milk
product, whole-grains
and lean meats. When
this meal plan is followed
it also reduces the intake
of saturated fats. In sev-
eral DASH studies, par-
ticipants were able to
reduce their blood pres-
sure and improve their
blood lipids which re-
duced their risk of heart
disease. The point is to
choose fresh foods when-
ever possible and prepare
them with ingredients
other than sodium.
Learn to read nutri-
tion labels and identify
the amount of sodium in
the foods you buy and
eat. If a label claims to be
low in sodium, it should
have no more than
140mg. Products claim-
ing to be "very low sodi-
um" must have 35mg or
less. When a label claims
to be "reduced sodium" it
only has to be 250% lower
than the original version,
so may still be high in
sodium. Look at the per-
cent of daily value, if it is
less than 5%, the food is
low in sodium.


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===MEMO


KLcower Your Sodium Intakel


e





How does all of this
information translate
into daily food choice?
Here is a list of eating
tips to reduce your intake
of sodium:
* Eat less processed
foods such as deli meat,
salty snacks and crack-
ers, processed cheese,
canned soups and meats,
pickle, relishes and other
condiments.
* Learn to cook with
herbs and spices which
add wonderful flavors to
your food.
* Cut back on salt
used in cooking pasta,
rice and noodles. Use
half the amount you
would normally use. If
you are making cooked
cereal like oatmeal, leave
the salt out.
* Cook fresh vegeta-
bles instead of canned
and use seasoning other
than salt.
* Buy "low-sodium"
versions of canned
goods when available.
* Make your own sal-
ad dressings and omit
salt as an ingredient.
* Use no-salt- added
ketchup or low sodium
soy sauce.
* When eating out, be
selective. A grilled chick-
en sandwich can have as
much as 1000 mgs. of
sodium. Whenever possi-
ble, order food without
sauces and extra cheese.
To learn more about
how to reduce sodium in-
take, call the Extension
office for a free copy of
"Nutrition for Health
and Fitness: Sodium in
Your Diet."




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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


MCHS

cont from Page 1A
let out bids for windows and doors. Since the School
District does not have money for a complete renova-
tion, they are doing what they can to make the
school safer and more energy-efficient.
The School Board also approved a memorandum
of understanding with the Madison County Health
Department.

Move Over

cont from Page 1A
lanes to give safe clearance to law enforcement offi-
cers on roadsides. Equally important is the action of
creating attention in those States where there is no
such law at present."
In 2009 ten officers were struck and killed by ve-
hicles, in 2008 there were 18, and since 1999, more
than 150 officers have been struck and killed by ve-
hicles.
In Florida, statute 316.126 section b states,
"When an authorized emergency vehicle making use
of any visual signals is parked or a wrecker display-
ing amber rotating or flashing lights is performing a
recovery or loading on the roadside, the driver of
every other vehicle, as soon as it is safe: 1. Shall vacate
the lane closest to the emergency vehicle or wrecker
when driving on an interstate highway or other high-
way with two or more lanes traveling in the direction
of the emergency vehicle or wrecker except when oth-
erwise directed by a law enforcement officer If such
movement cannot be safely accomplished, the driver
shall reduce speed as provided in subparagraph 2.
Shall slow to a speed that is 20 miles per hour less
than the posted speed limit when the posted speed lim-
it is 25 miles per hour or greater; or travel at 5 miles
per hour when the posted speed limit is 20 miles per
hour or less, when driving on a two-lane road, except
when otherwise directed by a law enforcement officer.
3. The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Ve-
hicles shall provide an educational awareness cam-
paign informing the motoring public about the Move
Over Act. The department shall provide information
about the Move Over Act in all newly printed driver's
license educational materials after July 1, 2002."
In Madison and Jefferson County the cost for an
infraction of this law is $161.00. In Taylor County
the cost is $151.00. In Leon County the price is
$166.00 in the county, and it increases to $173.00 if
you're within city limits. In the surrounding coun-
ties of Georgia the prices are as follows: Lowndes
County, $500.00; Thomas County, $97.00 and Brooks
County is over $500.00.
Madison Police Department Investigator, Ben
Ebberson stated of the Move Over Law, "One of the
reasons it is there is because more officers are killed
by traffic crashes than anything else. Twenty-two
percent of all injury related deaths in officers are ac-
counted for by officers being struck by vehicles. It's
an overwhelming issue to have people slow down
and move over, because officers are dealing with po-
tential dangerous situations with the traffic violator,
and it is hard to divide their focus between the traf-
fic violation and oncoming traffic as well."


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Grants Pass, Ore.
Whitson is a 29-year-old white male, who stands
5'9" tall and weighs 155 pounds. He has brown hair
and hazel eyes.
Whitson has pierced ears, a scar on his abdomen
and a number of tattoos.
Whitson's qualifying offenses include a charge
from Josephine, Ore. For contributing to the sexual
delinquency of a minor and two counts of failure to
comply with registration as a sexual offender in
Leon County


Two Arrested

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Carter and discovered that Carter had active war-
rants out of Georgia. At this time, Carter was placed
under arrest.
During a patdown search of both subjects, Ptl.
Gilbert and Ptl. Smith located five small bags of
marijuana on Hill's person and a Tylenol bottle con-
taining 41 pieces of crack cocaine on Carter's per-
son.
At this time, both subjects were transported to
the county jail.
James Hill was charged with possession of mar-
ijuana with intent to sell, attaching a tag not as-
signed and resisting arrest without violence.
Charlie Carter was charged with Possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.

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men or $20 per fisherman.
Register for the "Big Fish" pot at a cost of $10
per boat.
Registration will begin promptly at 5 a.m.
Prize money will be paid to first through four
places if there are more than 21 boats or to first
through third places for less than 20 boats. Other
possible tournament dates are tentatively scheduled
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Conservative

Sooner
By Nelson-A. Pryor.
'a ViT President
Mad~ County Republican Club:"l
Why are there so many "FORMER" Democrats?
Look around you. The present Democratic Party is
no longer the party of our grandfathers.
Democrats in 1932, Conservative
The Democrats were always conservative. That
is why the South, especially, voted solid Democrat. A
prime example was the Speaker of the House, John
Nance (Cactus Jack) Garner. That Democrat, on
3/29/32, asked the House: "Those in favor of balanc-
ing the budget please stand." Slowly, but surely, the
House rose. The contrary were asked to come to
their feet. "None responded." Congressional
Record. P 7028.
But the year 1932, broke the back of fiscal in-
tegrity. James P. Warburg, one of President
Franklin D. Roosevelt's origin al economic advisers
wrote a book: Hell Bent for Election (Garden City,
NY: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1935),
which was a masterpiece on the 1932 New Deal plat-
form.
Highlighted were charges like: 1/ President Her-
bert Hoover was a big spender; 2/ federal spending
should be reduced by 250%; 3/ the bureaucracy has to
be reduced by 25%; and more of the same. And, of
course, FDR won that election.
1936 Evaluation
The Democratic Party's1928 nominee for Presi-
dent, Al Smith, in the 1/26/36 NY Times, p. 36, gave
his take on how faithful FDR had been to the Demo-
cratic tradition.
"Just get the platform of the Democratic party
and get the platform of the Socialist party and lay
them down on your dining-room table side by side
and get a heavy lead pencil and scratch out the word
'Democratic' and scratch out the word 'Socialist',
and let the two platforms lay there, and then study
the record of the present administration up to date.
'After you have done that, make your mind up to
pick up the platform that more nearly squares with
the record, and you will have your hand on the So-
cialist platform....It is not the first time in recorded
history that a group of men have stolen the livery of
the church to do the work of the devil."
Democrats Have A Problem
A whole nation was enslaved by the narcotic,
called welfare. Once the Democratic Party left their
moorings and supported grab legislation, public
plunder and the dead hand of bureaucracy became a
mainstay
Franklin D. Roosevelt knew what he was doing.
In his annual message to Congress on 1/4/1935, he
said: "The lessons of history, confirmed by the evi-
dence immediately before me, show conclusively
that continued dependence upon relief induces a
spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally
destructive to the national fibre(sic). To dole out re-
lief in this way is to administer a narcotic, a subtle
destroyer of the human spirit." Congress was put on
notice!
MADISON, WAKE UP AND SPEAK UP BE-
FORE IT'S TOO LATE!
It's time to act! Save our Country! Stop FDR
type spending! Balance the budget! Don't Increase
the Debt Limit! That party of our grandfathers no
longer has these conservative values - do you? If so,
LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD - NOW!


The REPUBLICAN PARTY of Madison County
will meet at 7pm Tuesday March 22nd at the Madi-
son County Public Library meeting room. Republi-
cans guests are welcomed.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB of Madison County
will meet on Monday April 11 at Shelby's Restaurant.
Mark your calendars and join us as we welcome all
to join us and support the common-sense conserva-
tive Republican principles that are needed to move
our country, state, and community in the right direc-
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James Lee

von Roden
James
Roden, age
49, died
Saturday,
March 12,
2011, in
Madison.
Funer-
al services
will be at
11 a.m.
Wednes -
day, March
16, 2011 at
Beggs Funeral Home, with
burial at Stonewall Ceme-
tery. Visitation was held
Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. at Beg-
gs Funeral Home.
He was born in Little
Rock, Ark., and moved to Lee
in 1998, coming from Tarpon
Springs. He was the owner
and operator of Von's Auto in
Madison, and was Capt. of
the Lee Volunteer Fire Dept.
He was a member of Lee First
United Methodist Church.
He is survived by his
wife, Shirley von Roden of
Lee; two daughters, Lori Sals-
giver Dowdy of Lee, and
Stephanie Kelly of New Port
Richey; one son, Stephen
Salsgiver of Lee; two broth-
ers, Jack von Roden of New
Port Richey and Mark von
Roden of Largo; one sister,
Kay; and four grandchildren,
Zacchary, T. J., Sophia and
Abbey.
Donations may be made
to the Lee Volunteer Fire
Dept., P.O. Box 25, Lee, Flori-
da 32059.
Beggs Funeral Home,
(850) 973-2258, was in charge
of funeral arrangements.


Eugene A.

"Mitch" Mitchell


Eugene A. "Mitch"
Mitchell, age 82, of Madi-
son, and a former Moul-
ton, Iowa resident, died
Sunday, February 27,
2011 at Lake City VA
Medical Center in Lake
City He was born the
son of Charles H. and
Martha J. (Wood)
Mitchell on July 27, 1928,
in Dean, Iowa. He at-
tended the Moulton Com-
munity School in
Moulton, Iowa.
Eugene served in the
Merchant Marine just
prior to beginning his
United States Army
duty He would serve his
country during the Kore-
an Conflict with the Unit-
ed States Army as an MP,
from 1951 until his hon-
orable discharge in 1953.
He was first united in
marriage to Dorothy
Loop; they were later di-
vorced. He was then
united in marriage to De-
loris Johnson, who
would precede him in
death. On June 9, 1979,
Eugene was united in
marriage to Josephine
Bernett-Bagby in Des
Moines, Iowa; she, too,
would precede him in
death.
Later, on October 9,
1997, he would be united
in marriage to Jeanette
Hughes in Angola, Indi-
ana. Prior to his retire-
ment, Eugene worked all
phases of construction
including work as a dry-
waller and painter in the
Detroit, Michigan and
Blue Island, Illinois ar-
eas. He was also a mem-
ber of the Methodist
faith.
Eugene is preceded
in death by his parents;
wives, Delores Mitchell
and Josephine Mitchell;
brother, Ronald C.
Mitchell; sisters, Marvel
Vincent, Esther Janro
and Iris Mitchell.
Eugene is survived
by his wife, Jeanette


Hughes-Mitchell of
Madison, Florida; son,
Larry Mitchell of Chica-
go, Illinois; daughter,
Kathy McLaughlin of Pe-
culiar, Missouri; step-
sons, John Crosby of
Chicago, Illinois, Robert
Mlsna of Tennessee, and
Gary Bagby of Waukee,
Iowa, Matthew Truax of
Kani City, Gifu, Japan;
step-daughters, Dawn
Miller of Menomonie,
Wisconsin, Monica Faley
of Pinon, Arizona, Wendy
King of Jacksonville,
Florida; and several
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren, nieces
and nephews.
Memorial services
will be held on Saturday,
March 19,2011, at 2 p.m. at
the Lee United Methodist
Church in Lee with Rev
Richard Quackenbush of-
ficiating. Later, another
memorial service will be
held on Saturday, April 2,
2011 at 2 p.m. at the
Schmidt Family Funeral
Home in Moulton, Iowa,
with Rev. Ben Wheeler of-
ficiating.
Internment of ashes
will follow at the Sunset
View Cemetery north of
Moulton, Iowa with full
military honors by the
Burl McClure Post 280 of
American Legion in
Moulton.
The Schmidt Family
Funeral Home of Moul-
ton, Iowa, is caring for the
Mitchell family at this
time and condolences can
be sent at: schmidtfamily-
funeralhome.com


Crystal Renee

Thompson
SPEC. Crys-
tal Rene e
Thompson, 30,
died Wednesday,
March 9, 2011 at
her home in
Jacksonville.
Funeral ser-
vices were held
at 2 p.m., Mon-
day, March 14,
2011, at the New
Testament
Christian Cen-
ter in Madison.
Interment with military honors followed at
Corinth Cemetery in Lee. Friends were re-
ceived from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., prior to the ser-
vice at the church. In lieu of flowers, make
donations in memory of Crystal Thomp-
son, c/o New Testament Christian Center,
P.O. Box 955, Madison, FL 32341.
She was born and raised in Jack-
sonville where she graduated from Ed
White High School. She moved to Madison
and received her A.A. degree from North
Florida Community College. She then vol-
unteered for the U.S. Army and served two
tours of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
She is a Christian and attended Evangel
Temple Assembly of God and New Testa-
ment Christian Center.
She is survived by her mother, Carol
Dunn (Cal) of Hilliard; siblings, Lisa Macik
(Jamie), Joseph Homan and John Homan,
all of Jacksonville; uncle and aunt, Pat and
Elaine Doyle of Madison; four nieces; four
nephews; three great-nieces; and one great-
nephew.
Her father, Ronald Thompson, and
grandparents, Joe and Bea Doyle, preceded
her in death.
Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel,
was in charge of arrangements.


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ruary. Games will be
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Men's revival, Madi-
son Church of God, 7
p.m. each evening; spe-
cial guest worship lead-
ers and singers. Special
speaker on Thursday,
March 17, will be Pastor
Bob Laidlaw of the First
United Methodist
Church in Madison.
Special speaker Friday,
March 18, will be Steve
McHargue, of the Fel-
lowship of Christian
Athletes. Special speak-
er Saturday, March 19,
and Sunday morning,
March 20, at 11 a.m.,
will be David Nitz, the
state evangelism direc-
tor of the Church of
God in Florida. All men
are welcome to these
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son Church of God is lo-
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Madison on the Colin
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way For more informa-
tion, visit
www.madiso-nchurchof-
god.us.
March 18
Madison County
High School's jazz band,
Cowboy Nights, will
present their annual
performance beginning
at 7 p.m. Special guests
for the evening will in-
clude Tom Phillips,
trumpeter; Mark Bran-
ham, trombonist; David
Fries, vocalist; and
Shelly Smith, vocalist.
Admission is $5 per per-
son and includes an all-
you-can-eat dessert
buffet. Tickets may be
purchased by mailing
hillg@madison.kl2.fl.us
or by telephoning (850)
973-5061, Ext. 240.
March 21-25
Revival, Midway
Church of God, 2485 SE
Midway Church Road,
south of Lee, south of
Interstate 10, off Coun-
ty Road 255. Bishop
Mike Carson from
Lafayette Baptist
Church will be the evan-
gelist.
March 23
The American Red
Cross will hold a blood
drive on Wednesday,
March 23, at the Winn-
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, March 10, 2011
Fashion show models, back row, left to right: Margaret Ann Bunch, Raye Wooley, Wanda Dickinson, Elizabeth Waring, Myra Valentine, Frances Mercer, Kay
Browning and Leigh Barfield. Front row, left to right: Jean Brandies, Terry Fall and Lou Miller.


Historic Home Tour And Fashion Show


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There was a lot more than the usu-
al noon meeting in store Thursday,
March 10, for the Madison Woman's
Club. Beginning at 10:30 that morning,
club member Ann Smith had opened
her historic home, the Dr. Chandler H.
Smith House, and invited everyone to
come by for a tour. For the next hour or
so, club members dropped by the two
storey Queen Anne Victorian dwelling,
which had also won the "Yard of the
Month Club" award a few days earlier
from the Madison Garden Club.
Ann greeted everyone at the front
door and welcomed them into the
house where her husband, Sim Smith,
had grown up, sharing stories of his
childhood escapades - everything from
sneaking upstairs to smoke cigarettes
with friends, to throwing lighted
matches off the roof. "It's a wonder
the house is still standing!" She said.
Ann and Sim Smith bought the


family home from Sim's sisters several
years ago, and submitted an applica-
tion to the National Register of Homes.
The application process was a long
one, but they finally got their home of-
ficially listed on March 26, 1998. The
registration certificate now hangs in
the front hallway.
They also began the process of
restoring the home, a work that is still
in progress in some parts of the house.
However, the results so far are stun-
ning, and visitors who wandered
through the beautifully decorated
rooms remarked that it was like visit-
ing a museum, or stepping back in
time. The walls were painted in shades
of rose, wine, blue, mint green and
golden yellow and each piece of furni-
ture had a history all its own. Down-
stairs, the blue and white kitchen, with
glass front cabinets and its own fire-
place, was a favorite. "I could just live
here in this kitchen and never leave,"
said one amazed guest. Upstairs, sun-


light filtered through antique lace cur-
tains and white shutters into bed-
rooms decorated in period style.
Complete with vintage bed covers and
historic photographs on some of the
walls, each room looked like a picture
postcard from a bygone era.
"It's been a lengthy journey," Ann
says of the restoration process, "and
it's not over yet."
Following the home tour, everyone
gathered at the Woman's Club for their
noon meeting and lunch, a St. Paddy's
Day-themed fundraiser that included a
fashion show and a silent auction.
There, another treat awaited everyone
as Official Leprechaun Josh Jordan
Waring (son of club member Elizabeth
Waring and grandson of club presi-
dent Jackie Johnson) handed out gold-
wrapped chocolate coins. Off to the
side, a room full of pretty things do-
nated by members awaited bids for the
silent auction.
But the biggest hit was the fashion


Vleeting
show, featuring some of the latest
looks from the spring collection of
Fads 'n' Fashions of Valdosta. Models
Leigh Barfield, Jean Brandies, Kay
Browning, Margaret Ann Bunch, Wan-
da Dickinson, Terry Fall, Frances Mer-
cer, Lou Miller, Myra Valentine,
Elizabeth Waring and Raye Wooley
worked the stage in colorful ensembles
and accessories while Larry
McWilliams provided musical accom-
paniment on the piano.
Lex Webb was the usher, offering
the models a hand as they stepped
down from shamrock-and-rainbow-
decorated stage to the floor, while Bet-
ty Williams narrated descriptions of
their outfits.
Afterwards, the winning bids were
announced for the silent auction,
which had raised $617. Proceeds from
the auction and ticket sales for the
fashion show will go toward needed
maintenance and upkeep of the
Woman's Club building.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, March 10, 2011.
Ann Smith stands on the staircase in the front hallway of her historic
home as she awaits more visitors.


Official Leprechaun,
Josh Jordan Waring,
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overlooking the backyard, makes a warm and inviting place.


A Women's Pregnancy Center Hosts 4th Annual Walk For Life


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In Florida, one out of every three
babies is aborted; in the United States
one out of every four are. Florida ac-
counts for 10 percent of the nation's
total abortions. However, thanks to the
help of A Women's Pregnancy Center,
Madison is helping beat the odds.
Thanks to the center, 100 percent of all
abortion minded clients who had an
ultrasound chose Life. The center in
Madison offers so much to the com-
munity and even more to the mothers
in need of assistance or expectant
mothers who have no clue what to do.
Now the center is asking for the
community's help in return. The
Madison Pregnancy Center is no
longer under Tallahassee, which
means they must stand alone on all
funding and equipment. In order to
help with their monetary needs, the
center does a few fundraisers each
year.
On April 9, the center will be host-
ing their fourth annual Walk For Life
fundraiser. Registration for the walk
will begin at 8:30 a.m. on the day of the
walk. Walking will begin at 9 a.m. If


you or a friend is interested in walk-
ing for the center, you can pick up a
sponsor sheet from the center located
at 345 NW Marion Street in Madison.
Instructions for handling money and
pre-registering are included in the
sponsor sheet.
The center has recently completed
their Middle Florida Baptist Associa-
tion (MFBA) Baby Bottle Campaign.
They raised $3,700 for the center with
this campaign. While this donation is
great, and the centers appreciation is
extreme, the need is still great. The av-
erage cost to keep the center running
is about $20 an hour. This means that
the center needs help from the com-
munity to raise the funds needed to
keep it open.
The Madison Pregnancy Center
saw 145 new clients in 2010, this is an
over 400 percent increase from the 30
new clients they saw in 2007. Those
clients come from not only Madison
County, but also Taylor, Jefferson,
Hamilton, Suwannee and Lafayette
Counties. The center will supply ex-
pectant mothers with educational
classes and videos on raising a child
and how to be a good parent. The en-


tire list of services they offer includes
free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, edu-
cation and information on pregnancy,
adoption, abortion and abortion alter-
natives. They also offer post-abortion
support groups, spiritual counseling,
material assistance and parenting
classes.
In order to offer these services to
the community, the center is asking
for help from everyone. Every cent
counts. They currently have 15 volun-
teers but are in need of many more.
They train volunteers to answer


phones properly, and also, if they wish
to, how to counsel those who need
someone to talk to.
A Women's Pregnancy Center in
Madison would like to thank the
MFBA and any others who are inter-
ested in donating their time or money
to help the center. They also accept do-
nations of baby clothes, beds and oth-
er gently used items.
If you are interested in walking
for the center or volunteering your
time to help at the center, please call
them at 973-6970.


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Happenings



At Madison



First Baptist



Church

By Nell Dobbs
Time changes. Times change. The earth changes. Prayers for Japan and all
the world with earthquakes and tsunamis and destruction and death and all the
suffering. Spring is coming and as God promised, there will be "seedtime and
harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night as long as time lasts."
Amen! "For the beauty of the earth we give thanks"-the white of dogwoods,
the bridal wreath - the wisteria - purple - the hundreds of them in so many
places in the trees, on the ground (one year I wrote of this and that I wished we
had a white one. When I saw Mr. Vernon Adams at CVS, he told me they had a
white one and to come get it. Lil Jess and I went and his Virginia dug it up for
me. Sad, and our loss, they are both gone and are greatly missed.) Comfort for
all their family still.
Thinking of spring and the colors brings to mind the pink tree in February
at Mr. Jesse Brown's, which I always look forward to. When we moved here
(home to me), Mr. Jesse said, "Let's have a neighborhood get-together to get to
know each other and I'll furnish the pork." It never happened, though, but we
give thanks for Katie (long gone) and him and pray for those who love him and
care for him now. We are so thankful for friends, memories, all good things.
Beautiful flowers were placed in loving memory of June Gordon by her fam-
ily.
What a blessed service! Worship Choir sang "Look for Me Around the
Throne." Preacher's message was from Genesis 3:1-6 about being aware of the
lies Satan makes and not to be deceived. We are blessed by his message and are
thankful Diane and he are ministering to us and with us.
Remember March 9-April 18 as our county prays for 40 days.
Sunday night, March 13, the "On Mission Celebration Missions Fair and
Rally" was held in our fellowship hall with 13 missionaries displaying materi-
als and talking about their mission fields.
In night service, with many churches present, we heard Miss Jane Mason
speak of her lifetime mission work. The 3Bs sang, "In Time, On Time, All the
Time," which blessed us all.
Dr. Jerry Rankin gave a message pointing us to Jesus' message of going into
the world telling the good news that "Jesus Saves" to all the hundreds of "Peo-
ple Groups" throughout the world and also that wherever we are to proclaim His
Good News and live for Him. Would that everyone could have heard him and
Miss Mason. We can indeed say God is good all the time.
As Christians, we are servants of Jesus and are in Christ and have oppor-
tunities to link up with others in spreading the Gospel and we believe God has
a place for us in His plan to reach people for Him.
Still, there are many ill among us, many hurting among us and all of us
standing in the need of prayer! And we pray never to forget to thank Him for his
great love and tender mercies. Amen.
Glad Chuck and Voncile Rosenberger came to see me on their way to see
Verna Lee Williams, who's recovering.









































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High Antioch A.M.E.


Church To Celebrate


Minnie Aikens Day


High Antioch A.M.E. Church in
Cherry Lake will celebrate the 41st
Annual Minnie Aikens Day on Sunday,
March 20th beginning with Church
School at 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship Service will be-
gin at 11:00 a.m. with the St. Rose
A.M.E. Church Family of Grand
Ridge, Florida in charge of the ser-


vice. The guest speaker will be Rev. S.
Gerrad Lindsey, pastor of the church.
Afternoon Worship Service will
begin at 3:30 p.m. with the Rev. Delvin
Boatman and the Genesis Missionary
Baptist Church Family of Madison as
guests.
Come and enjoy good spiritual
food, as well as good physical food!


Two heads are
often better than
one, yet many of us often try to fly solo.
There is no shame in accepting the help of
others. In fact, as God points out through
Solomon, it can be beneficial. Lean on others
in your times of need; they will provide.



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- Has displayed Community Involvement b-
vb. Has shown Volunteerism and Public Service &.
(The above activities should be done outside the individual's regular job)
Previous Winners are not eligible.
Citizen of the Year Nomination Forms are available at the Chamber Office
248 SW Range Avenue, Madison, FL 3234o
Or request a form via email to chamber@madisonfl.org
Deadline for entries is April i, 2011
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971-5165 First Saturday:
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A


From the February 9, 1973 From the February 16, 1973 Madison Enterprise-Recorder

Madison Enterprise-Recorder | 1 j. ThI. C:.J l... C.IL. As D..I. fip 1 .JA&o I


(Ch~,,Ies S~ain Photo)


V-P Dick Ramond. Mrs. Joe Bevan, Mgr. Bernard Wilson And FPC
President Andy Hines Confer In Madison Office Tuesday.
Florida Power Corporation Vice-President, Mrs.
Joe Bevan and Florida Power Corporation President
Andy Hines, standing left to right, confer with FPC
Regional Manager Bernard Wilson (seated) in his of-
fice.


March 21, 1941
Mr. Roy T. Norris, re-
cently at Camp Blanding,
is visiting in the commu-
nity
The members of the
Madison High School se-
nior class, assisted by fac-
ulty members Miss Della
Martin and Miss Eunice
Zipperer, sponsored an
enjoyable square dance at
the high school auditori-
um Friday evening,
which was attended by a
large crowd.
We are sorry to re-
port Mrs. WM. Ragans is
suffering from a frac-
tured jawbone that was
caused by having a tooth
pulled.
A large crowd en-
joyed a fox hunt in the Mt.
Olive community on Sat-
urday night.
March 16, 1951
Cash and checks to-


talking about $500.00
stolen from the offi
the Pinetta Elemei
School some
Wednesday night, or
ly Thursday mornir
was also reported th
unsuccessful attempt
made at breaking an
tering the Green
school the same nigh
A woods fire
Lovett last Friday
noon was the cause o
entire Cherry Lake
munity being wit
lights and water for
nine hours.
Friends of Jac
Sale will be please
know that on March
was promoted to
grade of Sergeant,
Class, at the Army
ical Center, Washing
Friends will be i
ested to learn that H
Holton, Jr. left Vald


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948-3126 or-
973-0387


were Ga. Tuesday for the Navy
ce of He spent Wednesday in
ntary Jacksonville, and left
time there en route to San
ear- Diego, Calif.
ng. It March 17, 1961
at an Transplanting tobac-
t was co from the plant bed to
.d en- the field will begin in
iville earnest all over Madison
It. County next week.
near Thomas W Cooey, of
after- the Florida Forest Ser-
if the vice, who has served as
com- towerman at the Lovett
thout station for 10 years, and is
over now retiring, was hon-
ored with a dinner party
ck S. Tuesday evening at Madi-
ed to son Restaurant, given by
S7 he the personnel of the
the County Forestry Service.
First A local juvenile is in
Med- the county jail as a result
ton. of charges of violating
inter- federal postal laws. FBI
[enry men arrested him follow-
losta, ing an investigation of
sending threats and live
ammunition through the
S mail.
The high school
building at Day, a few
miles across the line in
Lafayette County, burned
to the ground last Friday
morning about two o'-
clock.
March 19, 1971
The Rev. Len Turner,
pastor of Faith Baptist
Church in Madison, will
conduct a two-week re-
vival at the First Baptist
Church of Birchwood,
Chugiah, Alaska.
Iota of Alpha Delta Pi
at FSU announces that


Mary Ann Scruggs,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J.D. Scruggs, was initiat-
ed into Iota of Alpha
Delta Pi at Florida State
University and that Betty
Fraleigh, transfer from
Queens to FSU, was re-
cently affiliated into Iota
of Alpha Delta Pi at FSU.
Betty is the daughter of


Mr. and Mrs. T.L.
Fraleigh.
Larry Alderman, a
teacher at Madison High
School, invited many of
his students to attend
Sunday School and
church at Faith Baptist
Church last Sunday
About 30 students from
the high school visited


his youth class in Sunday
School and church ser-
vice. The record for atten-
dance was broken with
133 present.
Billy Daniels, former-
ly of Madison, had a leg
amputated in the Veter-
ans Hospital in Lake City
His father was the late
Clyde Daniels.


GREENVILLE ,

RECREATION BOARD
At bat for Greenville Children


You are cordially invited to participate in the opening ceremonies
presented by the Greenville Recreation Board on March 19, 2011.

All dignitaries are encouraged to attend to support this valuable
program for our children in Madison County's outlaying area,
Greenville.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Beginning at 9:00 a.m.:

Opening Ceremonies and Introductions I
Open Tee-Ball Game

-. Beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Cake Auction
(Bid on your favorite cake and raise funds to support our program)

Beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Youth game - Special Event

Concession Stand will be open, as well as
chicken dinners for $5.00 a plate.



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6/23, rtn, n/c
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information, call (850) 464-
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6/18, rtn, n/c



Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-661-6868
rtn, n/c
Wanted: 4-wheel drive
tractor with front-end loader
& backhoe.
Call Tommy Greene 8-5
Monday - Friday at 973-4141
rtn, n/c
Wanted: BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004. IF NO
ANSWER, PLEASE LEAVE
NAME, TELEPHONE NUMBER
AND INFO ABOUT THE MILL
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TOP SOIL FOR SALE
Very good quality.
15-yard load $175.
Supply limited, call now.
850-464-1230
rtn, ni/c
Diamond Plate Alum.
Pick-up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-rtn, n/c
PEANUT HAY
1000 pound rolls, $30 each
(or buy all 800 rolls
for $20 each)
Call 673-7711
12/8, rtn, n/c
Children's Dresses...
Size 3 - white long dress,
worn as flower girl dress,
sequin/beadwork all on
bodice, sequin/beadwork/
appliques on bottom,
built-in crinoline. - $50
Size 4 - off white dress, worn
as flower girl dress, lace
work around
bodice, pretty lace work at
bottom, cap sleeves - $25
Size 7-8 - off white dress,
worn as a flower girl dress,
overlay of lace
over entire dress, probably
knee to calf length - $25
Size 8 - white, long dress,
lace around neck with deco-
rative bodice - $25
Size 16 - white long pageant
gown, cap sleeves, white
sequin work across entire
bodice and sleeves, buttons
around neck with circular
cut-out on back, beautiful
gown - $100
Teen dresses.....

Size 14 (child's size 14 but
dress is for a teen division
approximately 13-15) -
GORGEOUS lime green
dress, strapless but with
spaghetti straps that criss
cross across the back,
sequins spotted across the en-
tire gown, built-in
crinoline - absolutely
gorgeous. - $300
(paid over $500 for it)
Call 850-973-3497
and leave message.
3/3, rtn, n/c



NOTICE - CANCELED
AUCTION SATURDAY,
MARCH 19 AT 6:30 P.M.
CANCELED
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd
(CR 360) Madison.


NEXT AUCTION
SATURDAY APRIL 2,
6:30 P.M.

10% buyers
premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, Debit Cards,
Checks and Cash accepted.
AU691 Ron Cox. AB2490.
850-973-2959
3/16, pd


Get lead stories,
lassifieds,
the( Community
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so much more

I II


2 Bedroom, 1 Bath House
$600. mo. Call 869-0916
3/9, rtn, c
2 bed 1 bath mobile home,
close to NFCC.
Non-smokers, no children or
pets. Call (850)-843-0980.
3/9 - 3/16, c

Studio Apartment
For Rent
Quiet Country Setting.
Modern Kitchen,
Large Bedroom,
and Family Room
Heating & A/C.
Ideal for
Retired Persons.
Non-smokers
Call 850-973-8548
1/5, rtn, n/c

Madison Heights
Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed
for low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 711
Equal Housing
Opportunity
8/11, rtn, c


$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
rtn, i


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C'Iadison G'partments


Rental assistance m.
available. HUD vou
accepted. 1, 2, & 3
HC & non-HC access
apts. Call 850-973-8
TDD/TTY 711. 315
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 323
Equal Housing
Opportunity


1 bedroom, 1 bath h(
Storage shed, doub
carport, private, no p
near Blue Springs. 1
lease. $475 month, 3
security. 907-887-3;

3 BR, 2 BA Mobile H
Private large yard
No Pets
1 year lease.
$600 month, $600 sec
907-887-3812


3 BR TRAILER
Water furnished
1/4 mile outside city li
Just has been re-dor
973-6735.
No calls after 8:30 p






Commercial/Indus
Property
with state highway froi
Corner lots. Fronts b
Harvey Greene Di
& Highway 53 Sout
Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 ii
water main, access to
utilities, fire hydrant,
service from two pov
companies. Property
easy access to I-10, vi
53 & SR 14. Will build
suit tenant or short or
term lease. Call Tom
Greene 850-973-41


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SW

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year
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812
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New 32' wide, 5 BR, 3 Bath.
Only $52,900!
Save $12,000!
First come, first serve.
Call 386-365-8549
2/9, rtn, c
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in a dash. 2000 3/2 $25,000
cash. Call 386-365-4774
2/9, rn, c
Investor needed. 12% return.
Secured by land. Short term.
50% 70% L.T.V. on property.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218
2/9, rtn, c
REPO Mobile Homes.
Super clean and nice.
Starting at $25,900.
No junk here.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218
2/9, rn, c
New and used mobile homes.
All prices, shapes and sizes.
Double or single wides.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218
2/9, rn, c
Modular Homes
Custom built to meet your
family's needs.
All shapes, HUD sizes.
Call Mike for
Free Consultation
at 386-623-4218
2/9, rtn, c
3 BD 2 BA 2006 SW on 7.5
acres in Lee. Needs some
work. $4000 down $247 per
month. Owner has financing.
Call 352-262-4531.
2/23 - 3/16, c
No money down.
Home loans,
All applications excepted!
Call For Approval
386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
I Want To Sell My Home.
Moving Out of State In April
Call 904-504-3986
3/16 - 4/27, c
Trade in your old home
on this display.
Need to move this 2009 4/2.
904-504-3986
3/16 - 4/27, c
Unique dream kitchen home.
New furniture and
appliances go with this one.
Call CW at 386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
Five bedroom, 3 bath home.
Has bonus room. Lots of
extras. $399 with
air, skirt, and steps
Call CW at 386-719-5641


1995 3/2 Mobile H
1.5+/- acres. 1152
carport/storage. 5 mi
of Madison on Dust
off of Valdosta Hw
neighborhood. 850-9


lome
HOME FOR S
3 BR, 2.5 BA, manu
urity. home on 40 acres,
from Madison. Fen
cross-fenced. Well
3/9, rtn, c
3/9, pastures. Severa
buildings. $199,
Call 973-388
limits.
ne.
For Sale:
i.m. House & Lo
In the Town of Sur
3/16, pd was $135,000, Now
2 BR/1 BA. Fully Fu
New Metal Roof, ai
Paint. Utility Buildi
Washer and Dryer. N
Trees. 386-719-(
trial

ntage. County Camp Rd
oth city water, $1,000
r. $225/mo, or $15,0(
th.
Hwy 90 - 3.4ac w
nch between Madison a
city $24,995 Owner fin
andn
and Lee - 5 acres co
wer Juniper and Jad
has Cleared, $29,9
a SR Owner
ld to Financing.
long
lmy Call Chip Be

41 850-973-411
rtn, n/c


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jobs in healthcare. Profes-
sional environment and in-
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diploma or GED required if
age 18 or over. Day and
evening classes. Quest Train-
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3/16 -4/6, c
FL Fish & Wildlife
Commission seeks
Nuisance Alligator
Trapper
for Madison County
Apply online at
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Call 863-462-5195
Closes March 21, 2011
3/9, 3/16, pd
CNAs
FT/PT
3-11 and 11- 7

Cook
Part time
Able to follow recipes

Apply at:
Madison Nursing Center
2481 West US 90
Madison, Fl. 32340
3/9,3/16,c
I am a retired nurse; and
want to do private duty work
with the elderly. If you can
use me, I am available
for any shift. Excellent
references. 464-0353 (Cell)
rtn, n/c
Dean of Resource
Development and
Management for North
Florida Community College.
See www.nfcc.edu
for details.
3/9-3/16,c
Madison County Memorial
Hospital now hiring
full time insurance biller.
Experience Preferred.
Please contact
(850)-253-1906
3/9 - 3/23, c
Movie Extras to stand in the
backgrounds for a major film
production. Earn up to $200
per day, experience not
required. 877-718-7069
3/2 - 4/20, pd
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS
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call 386-658-5627
or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week

Be your BEST, Among the BEST

FT Laundry Supervisor
L ~i HS


- - Long-term care setting; H
3/16 - 4/27, c diploma or equivalent
desired; prior laundry and
supervisory experience
strongly desired. Position
leads institutional laundry
ome on service; flexible hours with
SF Nice weekend shift rotation re-
iles north quired. Must work coopera-
y Miller tively in a team setting.
y9. Nice Accounting A/R
29-4794 Supervisor - FT
3/9- 3/16, pd HSD or equivalent required;
ALE AA degree or certificate in
fractured ' medical billing,
5 miles or relevant field strongly
ced and desired. Prior experience in
water, all insurance billing and coding,
Sout.. ,,,iiii supervision, PC
000. operation with MS
5 . applications, including
word processor, spreadsheet,
3/16 - 4/6, pd and database required.

Therapeutic Activities
At Coordinator - FT
wannee Must be creative, energetic,
$99,000. a self starter, and enjoy
furnished, working with elderly and
nd New dementia patients in LTC
ing with setting. HSD or equivalent
lice Fruit required. Knowledge of LTC
0421t regulations required.
Bachelor's in healthcare,
- 2ac social service, or related field
2adown desired. Prior relevant
0 ah experience desired.


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and Lee.
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3/9, rtn, c


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RN / LPN / CNA /
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Valid FL license / certificate
required for RN / LPN &
CNA. Medical Mgmt
training required for
Resident Aide. All positions
in LTC & ALF. Knowledge
of FL regs & prior relevant
experience helpful. Must be
committed to team approach
& compassionate care.

Benefits include health, den-
tal, life, disability, supple-
mental insurance; 403b
retirement account; paid time
off, access to onsite daycare
and fitness facilities. Apply in
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Monday ;I..,, 1, Friday from
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850-933-6363 (mobile)


FOR RENT - HOMES
* 1 Bdrm Apt $400
in town (no pets)
* 2 Bdrm SW $600
edge of town (no pets)

FOR RENT - COMMERCIAL
* Restaurant-Greenville,
fully furnished $600 + tax
* Prof Office includes utilities
$600 + tax

FOR SALE - LOTS & LAND
* Mobile Home lot $8000.00
* 1/2 acre on River $24,000
* 5 acres, ridge & crest,
$45,000
* 10 acres, wooded, $36,000
* 20 acres, solid pines,
homesite
* 40 acres, isolated, way out,
$55,000
* 100 acres, rolling,
$225,000
* 300 acres, remote, hunting
tract $360,000

FOR SALE - HOMES
* Handyman Special, 2/1,
$12,900
* Lee School District, 2/2,
SW, $45,000
* 5.4 acres, 4/2, DW,
Blue Ridge, $75,000
* Cabin on 2.5 acres $79,000
* Walk to Cherry Lake, 3/2,
$98,000
* Home on 5 acres, 3/2,
$119,000
* 31 acres, 3/2 SW, $145,000
* New home, 2.5 acres, 4/2,
$180,000
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THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN RE: ESTATE OF
AMBER CARPENTER
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 2011-10-CP


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of Amber Carpenter, deceased, File Number
2011-10-CP, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 237, Madison Florida
32341.
The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Personal Rep-
resentative's attorney is set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three
months after the date of the first publication of this notice must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO YEARS OR MORE AFTER
DECEDENT'S DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is March 18, 2011.


Tara D. Jackson
Personal Representative


Benjamin L. Crump, Esquire
PARKS & CRUMP, L.L.C.
Florida Bar No. 0072583
240 North Magnolia Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: (850) 224-6400
Facsimile: (850) 224-6679


3/18, 3/25

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES ALLEN HALL, III,
Deceased.


File Number: 2011-12-CP
Division:


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of JAMES ALLEN HALL, III, de-
ceased, whose date of death was August 2, 2010, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 237, Madison, FL 32340. The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is March 18, 2011.


Attorney for Personal Representative:
Thomas M. Donahoo, Jr.
Florida Bar No: 0078530
Emily Kerns Dillow
Florida Bar No: 0035977
Donahoo, Ball & McMenamy, P.A.
Attorneys for Estate
50 North Laura Street, Suite 2925
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Telephone 904-354-8080


Personal Representative:
ASPEN SHANTRELL HALL
1180 Mimosa Drive
Macon, GA 31204


3/18, 3/25

NOTICE OF OFFERING REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE BY BID
NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners (the
"Board") of Madison County, Florida (the "County") is offering real proper-
ty for sale to the highest bidder as set out below. Bidders may submit bids for
either or both of the following parcels. The Board will sell either PARCEL 1
or PARCEL 2 but not both. The parcels are described as follows:
PARCEL 1
That certain parcel of real property and all improvements located
thereon owned by the County at 487 SW Pinckney Street, Madison,
Florida 32340, containing approximately 0.33 acres and assigned par-
cel number 00-00-00-3807-000-000 by the Madison County Property
Appraiser. The parcel is bounded on the north by the right-of-way for
SW Pinckney Street, on the West by the right-of-way for SW Orange
Avenue and on the South by the right-of-way for SW Rutledge Street.
The parcel contains the buildings commonly referred to as the "Old
Jail" and the "Old Senior Citizens Building."
PARCEL 2
The southern approximately one (1/2) half of the above described PAR
CEL 1, containing the building commonly referred to as the "Old Se-
nior Citizens Building." The northerly boundary of PARCEL 2 shall
be just south of and running along the existing wall between the build-
ings commonly referred to as the "Old Jail" and the "Old Senior Citi-
zens Building."
All bids shall be submitted sealed. All bids must clearly designate if
they are for PARCEL 1 or for PARCEL 2, and must be accompanied by a
cashier's or certified check, made payable to "Madison County", for not less
than 5% of the bid amount or $1,000.00, whichever is less.
All checks accompanying unsuccessful bids shall be returned to the bidder
uncashed after the award of the bid. The check accompanying the successful
bid shall be immediately deposited, shall be non-refundable, and shall be the
earnest money deposit. The earnest money deposit shall be credited against
the purchase price at closing. Should the successful bidder not be able to pay
the remainder of the purchase price, in full, within the required time, the suc-
cessful bidder shall loose all claim to the above property and the earnest mon-
ey deposit shall be forfeited to the County, without further action by the
Board.
Closing shall be held within 30 days after the date the bid is awarded
by the Board. The successful bidder shall pay the difference between the
earnest money deposit already paid and the purchase price, in full, at closing,
by cashier's check or other certified funds. At closing the successful bidder
will receive the Board's statutory deed pursuant to Section 125.411, Florida
Statutes. The successful bidder will be required to have such deed recorded
and shall pay all documentary stamps, recording costs and other matter in
addition to the purchase price. Should the Board choose to sell PARCEL 2,
then the successful bidder will be required to have a meets and bounds legal
description of PARCEL 2 prepared by a licensed surveyor for use in the deed
of conveyance.
If the Board chooses to accept a bid for PARCEL 1, the Board will con-
vey PARCEL 1 to the successful bidder subject to restrictive covenant(s)
which will require the "Old Jail" building and appurtenances to be main-
tained in accordance with good preservation practices and the Secretary of
the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation (Codified in 36 C.F.R. � 67) and
which will prohibit any modifications, except routine repairs and mainte-
nance, to the "Old Jail" building and appurtenances without the prior writ-
ten consent of the Board.
If the Board chooses to accept a bid for either of the parcels, the real
property and the improvements will be sold "as is, where is", with no war-
ranties or representations concerning title, number of acres, condition, habit-
ability, fitness for a particular purpose, access, zoning, environmental status,
flood proneness or any other matters.
Bids must be received in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
Room No. 101, Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madi-
son, Florida, 32340, (Mailing address: Post Office Box 237, Madison Florida
32341-0237) no later than 5:00 p.m., on Friday, April 29, 2011. The bids will
be publicly opened and tabulated by staff in the Board's Meeting Room lo-
cated at Room No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinck-
ney Street, Madison, Florida, 32340 at 9:00 a.m., on May 2, 2011. The Board
shall take action on the bids at its regularly scheduled meeting to be held at
the Board's Meeting Room located at Room No. 107, Madison County Cour-
thouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, 32340 at 9:00 a.m.,
on May 4, 2011.
Notwithstanding anything else herein to the contrary, the Board re-
serves the right to reject any and all bids for any or no reason as may be in
the in the best interest of the Board and to, at any time prior to closing, uni-
laterally cancel the sale with no liability to the Board other than return of the
earnest money deposit.
The Board further reserves the right to waive any irregularity in the
bid process which does not affect the substance of the bid,
All question concerning the above should be directed to Allen Cherry,
County Coordinator at (850) 973-3179.
DATED on March 14, 2011.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: Is/ Tim Sanders
Tim Sanders,
Clerk
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2011 Livestock Show & Sale


Friday, March 18, 2011


2011 Livestock Show & Sale


Foreword

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jarrett Briggs, of Madison County Central
School FFA, and Savannah Salter, of the Madison
County Livestock Club, were the big winners in
this year's North Florida Livestock Show and
Sale.
Winners in the Swine Show division included:
Grand Champion - Jarrett Briggs, Madison
County Central School FFA
Reserve Champion - Amanda Cone, Jefferson
County 4-H
Steer winners included:
Grand Champion - Savannah Salter, Madison
County Livestock Club
Reserve Champion - Lane Peavy
Home Grown Grand Champion - Allison
Cone, Jefferson County 4-H
Home Grown Reserve Champion - Carlie
Ginn
Feeder Steer Winners included:
Grand Champion - Kailee Morris, Madison
County High School FFA
Reserve - Suni Mays, Madison County 4-H
Farm Bureau and Gordon Tractor were rec-
ognized for their amazing service to the North
Florida Livestock Show and Sale and for purchas-
ing animals raised by the contestants.
Dillan Moore was recognized with the presti-
gious Marvin Reaves Award.
Congratulations to all the contestants, work-
ers and buyers for a fantastic North Florida
Livestock Show and Sale.


I am Proud
To Have Purchased
The Hog Raised By Will Sircy!


Congratulations
To Alt The Participants
On A Job Well Done.

& -MARK DEMOTT,


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
The Madison County Cattlemen's Association presented checks to the Homegrown winners.
Pictured front row, left to right: Lesha Fletcher, Carlie Ginn, Amanda Cone and Rachel McClellan. Back
row, left to right: Ricky Bass, Opie Peavy, Paige Peavy and Donnie Salter.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Mark Demott bought a pig raised by Will Sircy.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Dillan Moore, left, receives the prestigious
Marvin Reaves Award from Ed Sapp, right, during
the North Florida Livestock Show and Sale.








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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Sunni Mays' steer was purchased by Rooks Ranch and American Safety
Institute


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
John Stewart bought Kailee Morris's Feeder Reserve Champion Steer.




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Thank you for your
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To the youth of
The 57TH Annual North Florida
Livestock Show & Sale


Friday, March 18, 2011


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Ed Sapp presents an award to Farm Bureau for their years of helping with the North Florida Livestock Show and Sale and with purchasing many animals.
Employees and board members, pictured left to right: Jimmy King, agent; Glen King, agent; Dewayne Leslie; Jimmie Ragans; Richard Terry; Dale Gibson;
John C. Webb; Freddy Pitts, agency manager; Jeffery Hamrick, Madison County Farm Bureau president; and Ed Sapp.

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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Timberland Ford bought a hog raised by
Taylor Lilliott.


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Timberland Ford shared the purchase with
others of Aucilla Slaughter's pig.


Jarrett Briggs raised the Grand Champion
Swine, which was purchased by Annett Bus Lines.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Owens Propane bought a pig raised by Thomas Hall. Pictured left to
right: Chad Ellis, Thomas Hall and Courtney Ellis.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Austin Odom's pig was bought by Birdsong Peanuts, which was repre-
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011 Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Nestle Waters bought the Madison County High School FFA pig. Pictured Nestle Waters bought the Madison County Central School FFA hog.
are Forrest Kauffman, left, representing MCHS FFA and Paul Webb, right, rep- Pictured are Collin Kauffman, left, representing MCCS, and Paul Webb, right,
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Caden Newman's pig was purchased by Birdsong Peanuts. From left to
right: Cathy Thompson, Caden Newman and Ronnie Thompson.


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The Hog raised By Austin Odom,
The Hog Raised By Caden Newman &
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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE
PARTICIPANTS ON A JOB WELL DONE!


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Birdsong Peanuts bought the Lafayette Senior FFA hog.


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2011 Livestock Show & Sale


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Greene. Feb. 24, 2011
Birdsong Peanuts,
represented by Ronnie
Thompson, bought a
pig raised by Ethan
Ratliff.










Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Madison County
Community Bank and
Madison Dental bought
a pig raised by
Samantha Hentges.
Left to right: Ed Meggs,
Samantha Hentges and
Clint Rogers.


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Bill & Margaret Throgmorton
were pleased to have
purchased the hog raised by



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at The North Florida

Livestock Show & Sale


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Bill and Margaret Throgmorton bought a pig
raised by Jacob Moore. Left to right: Jacob Moore
and Bill Throgmorton.


Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Rooks Ranch purchased a pig raised by
Justin Briggs. Left to right, Catherine Cassidy,
Herschel Rooks and Justin Briggs.




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2011 Livestock Show & Sale


Friday, March 18, 2011


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Madison Dental Associates bought a steer raised by Dillan Moore.
Madison Dental is represented by Clint Rogers, DDS.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Ahmod Powell's pig was purchased by Johnson & Johnson, Inc,, repre-
sented by Chuck Dickey.


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Congratulations
To All The Participants
On A Job Well Done!


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Carlie Ginn's Reserve Homegrown Champion
steer was purchased by Davis Barclay, Toy
Stewart, Lou Miller and Julia Waldrep.
Representing the buyers are, from left to right:
Paul Ragans, Toy Stewart, Hank Stewart and
Carlie Ginn.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Greenville Fertilizer, represented by Charles
Roland, bought a pig raised by Taylor Howell.
Taylor (who was playing baseball) was represent-
ed by his brother, Kyler.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Rooks Ranch and American Safety Institute
bought a steer raised by Katie Mays. Left to right:
Toby Rooks, Sonny Rooks and Katie Mays.







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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Capital City Bank, Freddy Pitts, Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home and others bought a pig raised by
Makenzie Cannon.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Keith Gordon, right, accepts an award on behalf of Gordon Tractor for the Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald GreeneFeb.24,2011
company's years of service and for the years of purchasing animals in the Lane Peavy showed the Reserve Grand Champion, which was purchased
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Feb. 24, 2011
Janae Murphy, left, from Taylor County 4-H
receives the Individual Swine Herdsman Award
from Ed Sapp.


Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Emerald Greene,
Feb. 24, 2011
Farm Bureau
bought a pig
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Freddy Pitts,
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Tim Sanders bought a pig raised by Jamond Bruton.













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Culpepper Construction and State Rep. Leonard Bembry bought a pig
raised by Alison Buchanan.



LEONARD BEMBRY
State Representative
District 10


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Allison Buchanan!
Congratulations To All
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Jimmie Ragans, of Jimmie Ragans Enterprises and Denny's Diner,
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