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Our 146th Year, Number 33


Friday, April 15, 2011


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Madison Stands Out At Capitol


Gov. Rick Scott, members of the Florida Cabinet and members of the military thank the City of Madison for their support of the military. Sunday, April 17,
has been designated as Military Family and Community Covenant Day. Ginger Jarvis, Rae Pike and Myra Valentine were on hand to represent the City of Madison.


By Ginger Jarvis
Governor Rick Scott commended the City of
Madison following a special presentation on April 5
in the Cabinet Meeting Room in Tallahassee. The
business at hand was a resolution declaring April 17
as Military Family and Community Covenant Day
for the entire state of Florida, with Madison provid-
ing the impetus for the event.


Fund Set
Up To Help
With

Deputy's
Funeral
Expenses
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Sheriff's Office has set
up a fund at the Madison
County Community
Bank to defray the cost
of Marcus Jones' funer-
al.
Any one can walk
into the bank and make a
donation to the fund.
Jones was a 40-year-
old deputy, who died sud-
Pleast see Deputy,
Page 3
Ministerial
Association
Holding Holy
Week
Services
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Ministerial Association
is holding Holy Week
Services the week of
April 18-22.
Services will be held
at the following services
from noon until 1 p.m.
each day:
Monday - Grace
Presbyterian Church
Tuesday - Shiloh
Baptist Church
Wednesday - 1st
United Methodist
Please see Holy Week,
Page 3


Born on April 17,
1911, in Madison, Jake
Sam Haynes, Sr. started
what turned out to be a
very great and wise life,
according to his grand-
son, Anthony Curtis
Haynes, Sr.
"He, along with my
grandmother, Mamie Lee
Haynes, raised five of us
grandchildren, three in
Madison," said Anthony
Curtis Haynes. "Grandpa
always wanted us to do
the very best in all we did
in life, and when we


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Jake
Sr. will turn
day, April 1


At the morning session, Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Atwater moved to pass the resolution, and At-
torney General Pam Bondi seconded the motion.
With passage of the motion, Governor Scott called
the Madison delegation forward to accept congratu-
lations on their work on the covenant. As he and the
other officials shook hands with the delegation,
Scott said, "I think it is great what you all are do-


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Down Home Days Celebra-
tion that starts Thursday, April 14,
and runs through Saturday, April 16,
is bigger and better than ever this
year. The festival includes every-
thing from karaoke contests for the
competitive soul, to two nights of
rodeo performances for that little bit
of cowboy in everybody around
here, to dance performances and
gospel music showcases, to a Family
Fun Night with bounce houses, food
booths, pin ball and other games for
the kids.
The schedule of events for Down
Home Days include: Thursday -
Dessert Bake Off Judging, Bali's
Base Street Florist, 321 SW Pinckney
Street, entries due by 5 p.m., more
info call Bali Thigpen, 973-2525; 6
p.m., Pet Contest, Four Freedoms
Gazebo, for more info call Christy
Killingsworth, 973-6936; 7 p.m., Madi-
son County High School Band Con-


cert, MCHS Gym.
Friday - 5:30 p.m. Family Fun
Night, Downtown, bounce houses,
pin ball, food and more; 6 p.m., Citi-
zen of the Year and Grandparent of
the Year Announcements, followed
by Becky's Dance Steps Studio
Showcase Performance; 7 to 10 p.m.,
Karaoke Contest Gazebo, $20 entry
fee, more info call 973-2788.
Friday at Lanier Field: PCA
Rodeo, gates open at 5 p.m., show
starts at 8 p.m. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. fea-
tures country and gospel music per-
formances.
Saturday, all day: Classic Car
Show, Bounce Houses, Dunk Tank
and more. 7:30 a.m. Colin P. Kelly
Fitness Runs. 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk.
Children up to 16, $6 fee registration
7:30 a.m., run at 8 a.m; 5K
Run/Walk, all ages, $15 fee registra-
tion 8 a.m., run at 8:30 a.m; 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Down Home Days Book Sign-
Pleast see Down Home Days,
Page 3


Sharon

Baptist

Church

Hosts

Homecoming
Sharon Baptist Church in Greenville will hold
its homecoming Sunday, April 17.
Services will begin at 11:30 a.m. Dinner on the
church grounds will immediately follow the service.


Haynes, Sr.

00 Sunday
would call home, he
N would always make sure
that we were doing our
best in whatever we were
doing. I just cannot tell
you of the love Grandpa
showed us along the way,
when we were growing
up in Madison."
Addressing his
grandfather directly, An-
thony Curtis said,
shing, Inc. Photo by Granddaddy, I just wat
nbry, April 13, 2011 you to have a very happy
Sam Haynes, 100th birthday I love you
n 100 on Sun- and I hope I shared some
7. happiness with you."


Public

Notices

Update
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Greene Publishing,
Inc. provides its readers
each week with public
notices.
Inside today's news-
paper, Madison County
Memorial Hospital is re-
questing proposals from
building contractors on
construction of the new
hospital.
Also, in today's
newspaper is a notice of
sell for Clover Farm Gro-
cery The owner will sell
to the highest bidder.
Please see page 15 in
today's Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder for de-
tails.
Public notices and
legal advertising can
also be viewed online for
free at wwwfloridap-
ublicnotices.com.
In addition, public
notices and legal adver-
tising, as well as classi-
fied ads can be viewed at
www.greenepublishing.c
om for free.


ing."
Rae Pike, who coordinated Madison's Military
Covenant Day in February, responded with a brief
speech to the Cabinet. She said, "It is a distinct hon-
or to be here as a civilian volunteer as Florida Com-
munity Covenant Coordinator supporting military
families and military personnel. Thank you for rec-
Please see Covenant, Page 3


Knigih t


Rider

C.B. Knight has loved trail
rides for most of his 81 years


C.B. Knight has been riding horses for all this life.
He was the oldest participant in the Florida Cracker
Trail Ride from Tampa to Ft. Pierce and he was the
oldest participant in the St. Jude Children's Hospital
Trail Ride held this past Saturday. Please see page 14
for the story and photos of the St. Jude's ride.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
C.B. Knight, 81, of Madison, was the oldest par-
ticipant in the Florida Cracker Trail Ride, which be-
gan in Tampa and ended in Ft. Pierce.
Knight, whose family owned a ranch in Alachua
County at the beginning of the 20th century, said
that he loves history and the trail ride helps pre-
serve the history
Local historian Joe Akerman, the author of The
Florida Cowman, said, 'As far as Florida is con-
cerned, the first cattle drives would be identified
with the early Spanish. While the first domesticated
cattle brought to what is now the United States were
brought to Florida in 1521 by Ponce de Leon, it
would not be until the 1600's that cattle production
would become an important industry in Spanish
Florida. By 1618, Florida Spanish governors were at-
tempting to expand the fledgling industry"
Knight and the other trail riders camped out at
the Ashton Ranch in Lorida, the Bass Ranch in
Basinger and the Adams Ranch in St. Lucie County
They also participated in the Cracker Days Fes-
tival in Ft, Pierce and visited Cracker Trail Elemen-
tary School in Highlands County
Knight also was the oldest participant in the St.
Jude Children's Hospital Trail Ride held at the Twin
Rivers State Forest Ellaville tract on Saturday, April 9.
Please see Knight Rider, Page 3


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1 Section. 16 Pages
Miss Madison 8-9 Around Madison 4-7
Church 11 From Page One 3
Classifieds/Legals 15 Viewpoints & Opinions 2
Outdoors 14 Turn Back Time 13


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Madison County i
Extension Service

Diann Douglas
Guest Colunniist :
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The Fence Was Celebrate

Like That Before National Financial
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I was so proud of myself Sunday afternoon. I
was in the game. I was getting much-needed exer-
cise. I was standing on a broken down tennis court
in Lee, volleying tennis balls with one of the youth
in my church.
I had played tennis on a team in high school and
I played for myself in college. I was amazed Sunday
afternoon as the swing and the grip came back to
me. The fellow across the court was not hitting the
ball very hard or very often, but I was burning calo-
ries. Everything was going fine until he hit the ball
and it traveled to the out-of-bounds marker.
In high school or college, I could have easily hit
the ball back to young J.W Phillips. I made a move
that back in the day would have been balletic, even
poetic, as I hit the ball and followed through; not
this time, however.
What should have been a graceful, athletic
move turned into disaster. I must have looked like a
whale trying to beach himself. Somehow, as I saw
eminent disaster looming, I had the mental state to
remind myself to dive for the grass and not fall on
the court. I managed to get most of my body on the
grass with only my feet and the lower half of my
shins on the court. If I had not done that, it would
have meant broken bones, including probably bro-
ken ribs. I survived with a few scratches and minor
bruises.
It was at my church's Family and Youth Day at
Lee Town Hall and my pastor, Retis Flowers, said
that I had taken the chain like fence on the side out.
I think the fence was like that before and I do not re-
member hitting it. He fixed what I think had already
been leaning over.
Jacob Everhart, the church's youth director,
jumped the fence to help me up. I just wanted to lie
there for a moment because I had no breath left. I
don't think it was from getting it knocked out of me,
though. I think it was because I had exhausted all of
my energy hitting the ball around. It felt good,
though; even the pain from the fall.
It is so hard to take time to get the physical ex-
ercise one needs. This past week, I've had to run
from one end of the county to the other covering
things for the newspaper. I spent last weekend work-
ing and I spent a couple of nights this week doing
things for the newspaper. By the time I get home, it's
hard not to just sit and chill. My mind hurts and my
body aches. I know the tonic for both problems,
though.
The remedy for the body aches is to exercise
and the remedy for the mind hurts is to pray and
read God's Word, to meditate on Him and to find
quiet time alone with God.


LiITera y roUnii
April is National Financial Literacy
Month, a designation passed by the U.S. House
of Representatives to raise public awareness
about the importance of financial education.
Everyday Americans make financial decisions
that affect our long term financial stability.
According to supporters of the resolution, fi-
nancial literacy is an issue that should com-
mand our attention because many American
are not adequately managing their finances
for education, healthcare and retirement.
According to national surveys, the savings
rate is low, while the average consumer has
three or more credit cards. To complicate the
national picture, the mortgage industry is cur-
rently in a crisis, foreclosures are at an all
time high. Currently, Florida is now one of
several states with the highest foreclosure
rates. All of these issues increase the need
for consumer knowledge of money and fi-
nance.
Education is the key to help move Ameri-
cans toward improved spending and savings
habits and raise the level of money invested in
retirement plans. And, it is never too early to
encourage long-term savings for future goals.
According the National Endowment for Finan-
cial Education, surveys show as few as ten
hours of education can influence the practices
and financial knowledge of young people. Yet,
most students have no formal education in
managing money.
All consumers, regardless of age, need to
understand decision making, spending, saving
and wise credit use to make decisions about
how to manage money. Just last year, a new
law, the Credit Card Accountability, Responsi-
bility, and Disclosure Act was enacted to make
the language of credit contracts more trans-
parent. Creditors are now required to disclose
in print, the cost of your balance if you only
make the minimum payment. This is one
change that has occurred as a result of the
new law. Consumers now have financial dis-
closure information in terms that is under-
standable and can determine the true cost of
borrowing money or using any form of credit.
Likewise, the new Consumer Finance Pro-
tection Agency was set up last summer to com-
bat fraudulent lending practice and make
financial services work for Americans. This
agency will gather and analyze information on
consumer financial product, enforce Federal
consumer financial laws and work to educate
the public about financial literacy.
Everyday lessons can be learned about
money and how to make decisions to get the
most for your dollar. Learning to spend wise-
ly and save money can be a priority for your
family. Take time this month to learn some-
thing new about managing money, investing,
or your rights as a consumer. To help you
learn more about family finances contact the
Madison County Extension Service.
The University of Florida Exten-
sion/Madison County is an Equal Employment
Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer au-
thorized to provide research, educational infor-
mation and other services only to individuals
and institutions that function without regard to
race, color, sex, age, handicap or national ori-
gin.


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Government By

Regulation
Florida laws, that is law passed by the legisla-
ture and signed into law, actually are contained in
ONLY four law size volumes.
What goes for law, however, are regulations or
administrative rules. Regulations created out of
whole cloth by some agency out of Tallahassee.
This was all explained by Representative Bill
Posey of Brevard County, to the 112th Congress on
3/9/2011. (Congressional Record, p. 1652) The coun-
try now knows, so surely the people of Madison
County are entitled to know as well.
WHAT ARE ADMINISTRATIVE RULES?
Congressman Posey said: "The administrative
rules are laws which are made by unelected people
that you don't vote for....They would probably fill out
a quarter of this room. So that's what most people
don't understand - that relatively few laws that are
passed by people they elect and the plethora of rules
that are passed by people they don't elect."
As a new Legislator in Florida, he was shocked
by Florida's administrative procedures. Florida's
administrative procedures were based on a very old
process built on a very old process built on a flimsy
foundation.
FOUR YEAR STRUGGLE
"....The first bill I introduced (as a State Legisla-
tor), made it a third-degree misdemeanor for a bu-
reaucrat to promulgate a rule that wasn't
authorized by statute."
For four years, Representative Posey struggled
"to change the way the administrative rules are pro-
mulgated...to no avail".
In that fourth year, the Governor, wearing one of
those belts like they wear at Lowe's so you don't hurt
yourself, held up "all the rules that applied to a cook
shack that he wanted to build on Chemonie Planta-
tion. And he said, we have got to do something about
this out-of-control rules process.
'And he gave every member of the House and
every State Senator at the time a copy of a book by
Philip Howard called, 'The Death of Common
Sense'."
The Governor said: "We need to change rules,
the rules procedure, and we did. And you know, we
changed the way rules are vetted. There's a joint ad-
ministrative procedure committee which reviews
every rule to make sure there's specific statutory au-
thority to write that rule."
Almost immediately, one of the State agencies
determined, by rule, that "any land with a new type
of fern or fauna on it, should be considered a wet-
land." Fortunately, it impacted a very large
landowner...who challenged the rule through an in-
vestigative court, an administrative rule through an
administrative judge. The administrative judge
ruled in favor of the bureaucrats, saying the legisla-
ture could not possibly have meant exactly what
they said. That was the crux of their 38-page deci-
sion.
"So the next year we passed House Bill 107,
which basically said we mean unequivocally exactly
what we said, and from a rules perspective the State
has lived happily ever after."
Congressman Posey says: "We need to make the
agencies accountable for the rules they write, and
they need to be specifically statutorily authorized to
do those things."

YOU ARE INVITED!
The Constitution / James Madison Dinner
With Special Guest
Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll
Thursday April 28th, 2011, 6 - 8 pm, at
Shelby's Restaurant
Tickets presold at $30 per person
For info and tickets, call Judy at 929-9122, or
Mark at 973-8888, or stop by the office of
Ameriprise Financial between 9am and 2pm.




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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3


Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Covenant


Restoration Program contfrom Page I
ognizing this important corn
SAto support our military pers(
Acce in l ications across the great state of Floi


Thomas based in Valdosta, (
From| Landow ners tive Director of the Regional


Florida Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner Adam Putnam has an-
nounced that the department's Division of
Forestry is offering the Longleaf Pine
Ecosystem Restoration Landowner In-
centive Program to eligible non-in-
dustrial private forest
landowners. The sign-up peri- ji
od will run from through Fri-
day, May 6. The goal of the
program is to increase the
acreage of healthy Longleaf
pine ecosystems in Flori-
da by helping non-indus-
trial private forest (NIPF)
landowners to make the
long term investment re-
quired to establish and
maintain this valuable
ecosystem.
Putnam stated, "Longleaf pine
forests once covered a vast range from
Texas to Virginia, but have been reduced to
less than four percent of historical area due to
conversion to other land uses. Longleaf pine
forests are highly valued for their resistance to -
damage by insects, disease, wildfire, and storms,
and for their yield of high quality wood products,
biological diversity, and scenic beauty"
The program offers incentive payments for


completion of timber stand improve-
ment, invasive species control,
prescribed burning, planting lon-
gleaf pine, native plant understo-
ry establishment, and
mechanical underbrush treat-
ments. The program is of-
fered for NIPF lands in
Florida counties located
within the historical natural
range of Longleaf Pine.
Application forms and
more information on pro-
gram requirements and
procedures can be ob-
tained from the Madison
County Forester John Ben-
II nett or by visiting www.fl-
dof com to obtain
application materials and
contact information for
| county forester offices. All qual-
- l ifying applications received dur-
ing the sign-up period will be
evaluated and ranked for funding approval.
The program is supported through a grant from
the USDA Forest Service and the American Re-
covery and Reinvestment Act.
Please call (850) 973-5115 to reach the Madi-
son County Forester.


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



*H..BENJAMIN J. STEWART


DATE: April 14, 2011
RE: Volunteer Appreciation

To: Letter to Editor


Hello my Name is Dennis Pitts I currently serve our local community as a Deputy Sheriff with the Madison
County Sheriff Office. I am writing this letter as a tribute and a thank you to the volunteers we have currently
serving our community. Without them our quality of life would not be as high.
In the early morning hours of April 5, 2011 we had a large band of thunderstorms possibly containing tornado
activity move through Madison County causing wide spread destruction to our roadways and power system.
During this storm from 0300hrs to 1159 hrs the Sheriff Office dispatch received 128 calls for service with event
numbers assigned through the computer system. The calls for service ranged from power lines down with cars
wrapped up in the wires to trees down on homes. While on duty the morning of this event all the emergency
services of Madison County and City were used to deal with these calls. At one point or another all eight of our
Madison County Volunteer Fire Departments were out responding to calls.
While out on one of these calls with the wind blowing, soaking wet and rain stinging my face trying to stop cars
from plowing into a large oak tree and the volunteer firefighters trying to remove it. I realized I am out here
working as part of my job. 1 am currently serving as a paid member of my profession. These folks are
volunteers!
As I looked around I noticed some of the people out at this time of the morning soaking wet in the blowing rain
with me. They are volunteers! Hey that guy worked a full time job yesterday and he is out here. That fellow
worked his job on shift work earlier. That lady has a full time job too.
Wow look at these people from my community they are out here many of them spending their hard earned
resources to make my home a better place. These folks who I see each day working to support their families
share their resources with me. They got out of their warm beds to come out here in the cold wet blowing rain to
cut a tree off a house, to put out a fire, to remove a tree out of the road basically to help a neighbor.
volunteering is the practice of people working on behalf of others or a particular cause without payment for
their time and services. Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity, intended to promote good or
improve human qualityoflife.
The Bible says to love thy neighbor as thy self. These folks are a living testimony to this commandment. Many
of the services we take for granted are provided by our neighbors not expecting a salary in return. These folks
lay their lives down for our community daily at no charge to try and save your home, your neighbors home or
even a strangers life on the side of the road passing through. They truly are trying to promote the quality of life
around us each day.
So the next time when you hear of a fire department function. Give your local neighbors a thank you and
helping hand. When you see the opportunity to give to one of their causes, dig a little deeper in your pocket if
needed to help them meet that need for equipment or other services. Remember their needs are your needs too!
Sgt Dennis Pitts Madison County Sheriff Office.


4/6
Bayonta Monique Poole - Uttering a counter-
feit note, petit theft
Almira Juliet Curinton - VOP (county)
Jessenia Vivian Morales - Criminal registra-
tion
Geneva Morris - Criminal registration
Marcella Denise Shorter - Issuing worthless
checks
4/7
Aron Ramirez Cabrera - No valid driver's li-
cense
Farrah Shalon Hill - Grand theft II
Rickey Ells Roberson - Failure to appear
Darrell Lashawn Adams - Sexual battery, pub-
lic assistance fraud
Laquinton Jarrod Dobson - Uttering counter-
feit notes
Carl Dawson - Forgery, uttering a forged in-
strument, grand theft third degree, forgery
4/8
Phillip Lamont Nelson - VOP (possession of
cannabis with intent to sell)


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Willie James McGee - Out of county warrant
Mark A. Falcone - DUI alcohol or drugs
Joseph Mahmoud Alawee - Sale of oxycodone,
out of county warrant
Bruce Austin Langford - VOP (circuit)
Tyrone Lovone White - Resisting arrest with-
out violence, battery (domestic violence)
4/9
Gregory Sean Cooley, Jr. - Grand theft
Marvin Thomas Hodge - Criminal registra-
tion
Derrick Lashawn Edwards - Writ of bodily at-
tachment


munity project working
onnel and their families
rida.
the event were Madi-
Valentine, Captain Mike
Ga., Scott Koons, Execu-
l Planning Council, Bill


Reese, and five National Guard representatives from
the Tallahassee area.
Following a photo session, Sharon Marsh of the
Florida League of Cities interviewed Pike, Valen-
tine, and Thomas for a video which will stream on
the League's website.
Florida is the first state to become a Military
Covenant State. It joins a network of 35 Florida
cities, plus over 600 other cities nation-wide. Madi-
son and Brownsville, Texas, are recognized as insti-
tuting the Covenant from community roots instead
of stemming from military suggestions.


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denly on Sunday, April 10.
The viewing for Jones will be held Friday
evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Cooks-Cooper Funer-
al Home in Madison. The funeral will be held Sun-
day afternoon at 1 p.m. at Van H. Priest Auditorium.
Burial will follow in Oakridge Cemetery in Madi-
son. The community will feed the family at Madison
County High School after the services.
Survivors include his wife, Priscilla Jones;
three sons, Darius Hanley, Marcus Jr., Mar'Quez and
Mar'Kavious Jones; a daughter, Savannah Jones; his
loving parents, Alvin and Mildred Jones of Live
Oak; his brothers, Alvin Jones (Peggy) of Tampa
and Douglas Jones, Sr. of Live Oak; sisters, Vicki
Jones-Gainer, Willa Jones-Choice (Daniel), and
Yolanda Jones, of Live Oak; mother-in-law, Vera Hill
(Earl) of Madison; father-in-law, Johnny Mack
Mitchell, Sr. of Madison; a host of uncles, aunts,
cousins, nieces, nephews, brothers /sister's in-laws;
his dedicated second parents, Ben and Tracy Bowen
of Madison; very special friends, Dupree Roberson
and Joe Holland, along with many other sorrowing
co-workers and friends.


Knight Rider

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Riding alongside him, in the Sheriff's Posse,
which he and Fred Respress started, were his grand-
sons, Jason and Jeremy Kinsey
Knight will be riding with the Sheriff's Posse
again on Saturday during Down Home Days.


Holy Week

cont from Page 1
Church
Thursday - Damascus Baptist Church
Friday - First Baptist Church
Lunch will be served at each church following a
short message.


Down Home Days

cont from Page 1
ings, Tracy Revels, T.H. Bear, booth on Range Av-
enue; 10 a.m., Down Home Days Parade.
Saturday at 11 a.m. - Marine Corps Band, Gaze-
bo; Quilt and Flower Show, Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Mansion; Dessert Bake Off Tasting, Bali's Base
Street Florist, Firefighter's Challenge, Range Av-
enue; 11:30 a.m., Watermelon seed spitting contest,
Four Freedoms Park, more info, call Browning &
Sons, 973-6896; Noon - 3 p.m. Karaoke Contest, Gaze-
bo; 1:30 p.m., Frog Hopping Contest, East Court-
house Lawn, hosted by Tim Sanders and Dr. John
Lewis; 3 p.m. Karaoke Finals, Gazebo, $100 first
prize, $50 second prize and $25 third prize. 5 p.m. - 11
p.m. PCA Rodeo, Lanier Field. Gates open at 5 p.m,
show starts at 8 p.m. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. features coun-
try and gospel music performances.
Tobacco Free Madison is sponsoring this year's
event.


4/10
Tegwyn Lynette Flournoy - Failure to appear
(filing a false report to a law enforcement officer)
Keshanna Weatherspoon - VOP (cruelty to ani-
mals)
Gordon Demond Lewis - Failure to appear
Vincent Lee Sanders - Resisting without vio-
lence, disorderly intoxication
Veronica Simmons - Resisting an officer with-
out violence, possession of drivers license or ID
card with altered date of birth
Nicole Gervais - Resisting an officer without vi-
olence
4/11
Sherard Omar Baynard - Criminal registration
4/12
Jose Luis Ponce-Mencia - Driving while license
suspended with knowledge
Tyler Nathan Brinson - Driving while license
suspended (knowingly)
Ricky Lee Stubbs - VOP
Antonio Mendez-Zamora - No valid drivers li-
cense


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Happening Now
Sign-ups for the
North Florida MABL
Baseball League. Sign-
up online at
w ww.leagueline
up.com/northfloridamab
1. Team meetings begin
in February. Games will
be played at Frank
Cantey Field on the cam-
pus of North Florida
Community College.
April 15-17
Revival at Reapers of
the Harvest Church.
Guest evangelist, Tim
Sheppard. Friday and
Saturday services, 7 p.m.
Sunday service, 10:30
a.m. Everyone is wel-
come. Church is located
west of Greenville on
U.S. 90.
April 18-21
The Madison Coun-
ty High School junior
varsity and varsity
cheerleader tryouts will
be held from 3:30-5 p.m.
in the Madison County
High School Gym.
April 18
The Madison Soil
and Water Conservation
District monthly meet-
ing will be April 18, 2011
@ 8:15 a.m. at the USDA-
NRCS Center in Madi-
son at 1416 U.S. 90 E. The
public is invited!
April 24
Gospel sing and
Easter egg hunt will be
held at the Lee Worship
Center, 397 SE Magnolia
Drive in Lee. Featuring
the McCormick Family
April 25, 26, May 2, 3
A homebuyer's se-
ries will be held at the
Madison County Exten-



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sion Service on April
25,26 and May 2 & 3 at 6
p.m. Participants will
learn the steps in the
home buying process
and develop financial
strategies to achieve
home ownership. To
register, call the Madi-
son County Extension
service at 973-4138.
Every First And
Third Monday
Consolidated Christ-
ian Ministries, located at
799-C SW Pinckney Street
in Madison has changed
their food distribution
give-out days. Food will
now be given out on the
first and third Mondays
of each month from 10
a.m.-2:30 p.m. to those
who have signed up and
qualified in accordance
with USDA guidelines.
Anyone can come in and
see if they qualify and
sign up on the following
days: Tuesday, Wednes-
day or Thursday from 9
a.m.-11:45 a.m.
Every First Thursday
There will be a Con-
cerned Citizens' meeting
each first Thursday at 5:30
p.m. at the Hickory Hill
Auction location, 224B
SW Range Ave., between
Madison Eye Clinic and
Ashlyn's Rose Petals.
Open discussions of
community concern.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information,
call 850-973-2328
First Tuesday of
Each Month
Florida A & M Uni-
versity Cooperative Ex-
tension Program,
Entrepreneurial Rural
Business Development
Outreach Project (ERB-
DOP) in partnership
with North Florida
Workforce will be host-
ing entrepreneur educa-
tion workshops. The


goal is to educate citi-
zens in rural communi-
ties on how to jump start
and/or expand their own
businesses. Participants
will learn how to write a
business plan; establish
for profits & non-profit
business; identify grants
and loans, network; un-
derstand product devel-
opment, distribution &
marketing; and receive
basic education and
training on financial lit-
eracy, business growth,
credit literacy and small
business management is-
sues.To register to attend
the workshops, please
contact Donna Salters at
the ERBDOP Office at
850.599-3546 or e-mail
your interest todon-
na.salters @famu.edu.
Workshops are held on
the first Tuesday of the
month from 1-3 p.m. at
North Florida Work-
force, 705 East Base
Street Madison, FL
32340; (850) 973-2672
Every Other Saturday
Want to have your
taxes prepared at a VITA
site? The Madison Se-
nior Center at 1161 SW
Harvey Greene Drive,
just off State Road 14, is
now open every other
Saturdayat 9 a.m. (Feb 5
and 19; March 5 and 19;
and April 2 and 16)
thanks to the United
Way of the Big Bend
B.E.S.T. Project.
The Volunteer In-
come Tax Assistance
( V I T A )
effort offers free tax
preparation by IRS-cer-
tified volunteers. VITA
volunteers prepare ba-
sic, current year tax re-
turns free of charge for
eligible taxpayers.
First Wednesday of
Each Month
Caregivers Group,


12:30-2 p.m. First United
Methodist Church, Madi-
son. (850) 973-6295.
Each Weekday Ex-
cept Tuesday
The Senior Citizens
Center offers computer
classes to seniors 60 and
older each weekday ex-
cept Tuesday For more
information or to sign up,
please call (850) 973-4241.
Every
Tuesday-Saturday


The Diamonds in the
Ruff Adoption Program
at the Suwannee Valley
Humane Society is open
every Tuesday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. It is located on 1156
SE Bisbee Loop, Madi-
son, FL 32340. For more
information, or direc-
tions, call (866) 236-7812 or
(850) 971-9904.
Third Tuesday
of Each Month


The Greater
Greenville Area Diabetes
Support Group is a free
educational service and
support for diabetes and
those wanting to prevent
diabetes. The group
meets the third Tuesday
of each month at the
Greenville Public Li-
brary Conference Room
at 312 SW Church St.,
Greenville, 11-11:30 a.m.
Everyone is welcome!


In Loving Memory of Mother...
On Monday, May 19, 2008, Mother Evelyn Mathews
Hadley made her victorious entrance through the Heavenly
Gates. A loving mother and devout Christian, Mother
Hadley embodied God's virtuous woman. A community
leader and long time resident of Greenville, Mother Hadley
committed her life to the cause of Christ and led by
example. From her early years until her passing, she served
her Lord with diligence. She allowed the beauty of the Lord
to shine through her in her lovely smile and sweet spirit.
Mother Hadley held Noonday Prayer in her home for over
50 years and led many to Jesus Christ. Although she
crossed over before us, we shall never forget the
fundamentals that she instilled in us.
Mother would have celebrated her 101st birthday on
April 17. 2011. We love you, mom, and we sorrow not as
others who have no hope. For we believe that "the Lord
himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the
voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the
dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and
remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds,
to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with
the Lord." 1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17. We'll see you soon...
- Your Family
Sanctuary of Praise "COOLJC" Greenville will be
dedicating the New Baptism pool in memory of Mother
Evelyn Hadley, Saturday April 16, 2011, at 3:00pm.
The dedication will be made by the Honorable Apostle
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The North Florida Springs Alliance members who came and helped with the facelift.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
For years, people have enjoyed swimming and
diving into the crystal clear waters of Blue
Springs. As they take a plunge, the cold tempera-
ture sends an exhilarating chill down their spines.
Blue Springs has even been the scene where a
movie called The Spring was filmed. In the movie,
the spring was supposed to be the Fountain of
Youth rediscovered.
The first magnitude spring, located where
Madison and Hamilton County meet, is approxi-


mately 82 feet wide and 25 feet deep. It bubbles up
into a limestone basin on the Withlacoochee Riv-
er.
The North Florida Spring Alliance recently
made a visit to Blue Springs, but their purpose
was not to go swimming, diving or make a movie.
Instead, they came armed with saws, boards, ham-
mers, nails, paint cans, paintbrushes and brooms.
The team got together and perform cosmetic
surgery on the spring, giving it a fresh look.
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The 2010-2011 yearbook staff is seen above. Front row, from left to right, are Amanda Miller, Katlynn McGuire, Tara Gill, Jacob Moore, Kameshia Frazier and
Alex Henderson. In the middle row from left to right are Devin Dyke, Zori Resendiz, Ashley Ragans, Makayla Usina, Taylor Killingsworth, Briana Hodge, Kylie Green-
lee, Kaylee Kopke, Tessa Andrews and Heather Welch (Sponsor). On the back row from left to right are Doris Murdoch (Sponsor), William Terry, Talena Voss, Miranda
McCammon, Hope Smith, Ryan Tramell, Alex Brown, Marc Robinson, Anna Robinson and Konstience Jones. Not pictured is Alexis Frazier.


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The yearbook staff at the Madison County Cen-
tral School has spent the majority of this year
preparing a one of a kind yearbook. Thanks to new
software and great opportunities, the students were
able to pull off this feat with few obstacles. This
year's yearbook will be in full color, thanks to the
use of a new program called Yearbook Avenue.
The staff this year was sponsored by Doris Mur-
doch and Heather Welch. Both teachers were new to
the journalism programs and software. Welch said,
"By the time the yearbook was finished, the stu-
dents were teaching us so many things that we had
no idea the program could do. They just work so well
together and have learned so much."
Yearbook Avenue is done all online and is ran by
Josten's. It allows students to build pages and up-
load pictures, no matter where they are. It even al-
lows parents to upload pictures directly to the site if
they want or need to. The program also gives stu-
dents their own personal login information so that
other students cannot make changes to their pages.
Each student, or group of students, was as-
signed pages that were their responsibility for the
year, such as boy sports, volleyball, clubs, classes,
etc. The students also got to build their own ads for


the back of the yearbook.
When asked what their favorite part of being on
the yearbook staff was, students began shouting all
kinds of responses. Some students talked about the
software, explaining how fun it was to work with
and how easy it was to personalize the pages.
Others talked about all the activities the staff
got to be a part of, such as ad sales day and Spirit
Week. Ad sales day is the day where the students get
to go to different businesses in town and sell them
ads for the back of the yearbook. Spirit week allows
staff members to dress up in funny outfits to gain
awareness for book sales. Staff members got to
dress up like rock stars and wear their pajamas for
Spirit Week.
Doris Murdoch stated, "The experience has
been great and the kids are wonderful. They are so
eager to learn and they are just great kids."
The staff of the MCCS yearbook would like to
thank the community for their continued support
for the program and would like to give a special
thanks to those businesses that supported them this
year. They would also like to let the community
know that they still have about 25 books left avail-


able for sale. They are also selling last year's year-
books for $20, and any yearbooks older than that are
only $10. Anyone interested in purchasing a year-
book can do so by visiting the Media Center at the
school.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney, April 11, 2011
Konstience Jones (left) and Kameshia Frazier
(right) worked together as a team to complete some
of the pages for this year's yearbook.


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Madison's walkers go around the clock in the
battle against cancer during the American Cancer
Society Relay For Life. This "celebration of life"
brings numerous groups and individuals concerned
about cancer together for a unified effort to fight
back.
Teams of enthusiastic citizens will gather at the
Madison County High School Track for an
overnight relay against cancer from 6 p.m. on April
29th until noon on April 30th.
Relay For Life is a unique fundraising event that
allows participants from all walks of life - includ-
ing patients, medical support staff, corporations,
civic organizations, churches and community vol-
unteers - to join together to fight cancer. Relay For
Life reminds us that progress has been made in the
fight against cancer and that everyone who partici-
pates is making a difference.
Relay For Life opens as cancer survivors (any-
one who has ever been diagnosed with cancer) walk


or wheelchair the first lap. This is an emotional time
and sets the stage for the importance of each partic-
ipant's contribution. A festive atmosphere always
develops around the track area at these events. As
you make new friends and spend time with old ones,
the Relay heats up and the camp-out begins. An at-
mosphere of camaraderie is created with team
members entertaining each other: eating, playing
games, and, of course, walking for a great cause.
Highlighting the evening is the Luminaria Cer-
emony held after dark to honor cancer survivors
and to remember those who have lost the battle
against cancer. The luminarias line the track and
are left burning throughout the night to remind par-
ticipants of the incredible importance of their con-
tributions.
"Relay For Life is as much an awareness raiser
about the progress against cancer as it is a fund
raiser," said Cindy Payne-Vees, Madison County
event chair. "Many of the participants will be people


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Shannon Curtis, Cancer Survivor,


In Relay For Life


By Lynette Norris
hGreene Publishing, Inc.
I "I think it's very important that
::ai sign of any change in your body be
checked out immediately," said Shan-
non Curtis. "I didn't do that."
Curtis, who had just had her
youngest child and just passed her six-
week check-up, dismissed the lump she
later found in her breast as a clogged
milk duct, or fibrous tissue. There was
a history of cancer in her family, but
not in someone as young as Curtis,
only 32 at the time. Her aunt, Martha
Scott, is a three-year survivor of breast
cancer at age 70, and her grandmother,
first diagnosed with lung cancer at age
83, is now battling lymphoma at age 85.
It has spread to other parts of her body
including her throat and bronchial
tubes. She is currently undergoing
chemo and radiation and has a feeding
tube, but she hasn't given up yet. She
was discharged from the hospital
Wednesday to carry on her fight at
home, but "it isn't pretty," said Curtis.
Shannon Curtis was born and
raised in Pinetta, and moved to Madi-
son when she married Nathan Curtis.
They have three daughters, Savannah
(eight), Sydney (six), and Sadie (two),
and have just celebrated 15 years of
marriage. She can't remember exactly
how many years she has been involved
with Relay For Life, but she thinks it is
probably about seven - first with the
team of teachers from Madison Coun-
ty Central School where she taught
Kindergarten, and this year, since she
is still on sick leave, with the Fellow-
ship Team from Fellowship Baptist
Church.
Her husband, Nathan, was work-
ing for Homeland Security in San
Diego and the baby, Sadie, was just a
year old when Curtis went for her rou-
tine annual exam with her gynecolo-
gist, who asked her if she knew about
the lump, and why hadn't she come in
sooner. After a mammogram and ul-
trasound, a surgeon removed the lump,
which initially was thought benign. It
wasn't until Curtis and her mother
went back to the doctor for a post-op
check-up that they learned it was ma-
lignant.
"We were just floored," said Cur-
tis, "that we were talking about can-
cer."


She opted for a double mastectomy
and began and course of chemothera-
py - 16 treatments in all - from June
through November of 2010. And be-
cause her cancer was estrogen-in-
duced, a hereditary trait, she elected to
undergo a full hysterectomy in Decem-
ber. "I won't have this cancer again,
because I now have no estrogen in my
b:ili." she said.
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April 14, 2011
Shannon Curtis begins another
spring day in Madison shortly after
dropping her three daughters off at
school.
children, she probably won't be able to
take the entire night for Relay for Life.
She'll have to leave in the evening and
come back in the morning, but she
does a lot of the support work. "I fol-
low directions really well, and I do
whatever they tell me to do." This U
year, she has heard that they might
have her working on the Luminaria
committee, but that hasn't been con-
firmed yet. a
"God is good," she said. "You al-
ways hear about how God works in
mysterious ways, but it's true. My hus-
band was able to get a hardship trans-
fer because of my cancer." Nathan
Curtis now works out of Tallahassee
instead of San Diego, and he is able to
be with his family every day instead of
having to be away from them for
months at a time.
"I love telling the story about how
good God has been to us," Shannon
continued. 'And you can't beat the
people of Madison, either. From day
one, friends, family, church members,
coworkers...I haven't gone a day where
I needed anything."
Today at 34, Shannon Curtis is a
survivor, with a recent photo of herself
with hair again, surrounded by her
family, as a reminder of how far she
has come. This year at the Relay For
Life, she'll be out there, where "I'll just
do whatever they tell me they need me
to do," for herself, for her aunt, for her
grandmother, for those who have sur-
vived, for those who are still strug-
gling, and to honor those who have lost
the battle. There is always hope, be-
cause, as she herself will tell you, "God
is good."


who have dealt with cancer themselves. Their in-
volvement is proof of the progress that has been
made in reducing cancer death rates and in the qual-
ity of life following cancer treatment.
"The funds raised will enable us to continue our
investment in the fight against cancer through edu-
cational programs, research and services to pa-
tients," said Vees. "Due to the generosity of
corporate sponsors, the money raised by partici-
pants goes directly to the American Cancer Soci-
ety's lifesaving programs."
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide
community-based voluntary health organization
dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health
problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and di-
minishing suffering from cancer through research,
education, advocacy and service.
Information about how to form a team or be-
come involved in the Madison County Relay For Life
is available by calling Cindy Payne-Vees at 973-2788.


CALLING ALL

CANCER

SURVIVORS

American Cancer Society
Relay For Life
Cancer Survivor
Recognition

The Madison County Relay For Life will conduct
their Relay For Life event on April 29 and 30, at the
Madison County High School football field. One of
the most exciting events is the Cancer Survivors
Lap.
Cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been di-
agnosed with cancer) from the Madison County area
are invited to walk the first lap of the American
Cancer Society Relay For Life to celebrate their vic-
tory over cancer. The Survivors Lap (to start the Re-
lay event off) will be held at 6 p.m. on April 29. The
Relay event will end the next day, on April 30 at
noon.
Each cancer survivor will be treated to a special
"Survivor's Dinner" that will be held at the Fellow-
ship Church, Fellowship Hall, on Tuesday, April 19.
Each cancer survivor will also receive a free T-shirt,
and have special recognition during the night of Re-
lay, as well as refreshments under the Survivor's
Tent during the Relay event.
There is no cost to participate. Please Call Cindy
Payne-Vees at 973-2788.
Families are welcome to attend.


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The Madison County Relay For Life committee
is hosting a special "Survivor's Dinner" that will be
held at the Fellowship Baptist Church on Tuesday,
April 19. Each cancer survivor will be treated to a
special dinner. Dinner begins at 6 pm and will fea-
ture special presentations along with free T-shirts
being given to each cancer survivor.
All cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been
diagnosed with cancer) from the Madison County
area are invited to walk the first lap of the American
Cancer Society Relay For Life to celebrate their vic-
tory over cancer. The Survivors Lap (to start the Re-
lay event off) will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, April
29.
All cancer survivors will also have special
recognition during the night of Relay, as well as re-
freshments under the Survivor's Tent during the Re-
lay event.
There is no cost to participate in any of the
events/honors. Cancer survivors are urged to call
and "sign up" and participate in this year's super
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Taryn Copeland was named Miss Madison County. From left to right: Taryn Copeland, Brooke Williams Courtney Strickland, left, was named Teen Miss Madison. Kaylee Groover was chosen Junior Miss Madison County. From left to right: Kaylee Groover, Camryn Strickland (first runn
(first runner-up), Cheltsie Kinsley (second runner-up) and Kaitlyn Fongeallaz (third runner-up). Sarah Baltzell, right, was first runner-up. up), Dallas McGuire and Lexie Reyna.


thing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 2, 2011
er-up), Erin Jarvis (second runner-


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 2, 2011
Leandra Land was chosen Little Miss Madison County. From left to right: Leandra Land, Taylor Vickers, Brayle Mote, Regan Crosby (second runner-up), Trinity Bush,
Zoey O'Neal (third runner-up), Madison Christ, Jenna Littleton (fourth runner-up), Ashton Sapp (first runner-up) and Paige McCool.


Kadence Barrs was named Infant Miss Madison County. From left to right: Kadence Barrs, Riley Perry (first runner-up), Merandi Mani (second runner-up), Alex-
is Webb (third runner-up), Sidney Agner and Braelyn Blesy.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 2, 2011 '...., '
Xin Zheng was named Tiny Mr. Madison Rylan Barrs was named
County. Little Mr. Madison County.
County. -


Regan Crosby was
named Miss Heart of Madi-
son County. (Not pictured:
Dallas McGuire, Brooke
McGuire, Ashton Sapp,
Brayle Mote, Madison
Christ, who were named
Sweethearts).


Layla Peavey was named Tiny Miss Madison County.
ly, Lauri Thigpen and Jaidyn Wesley.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Miss Madison County and Tots to Tweens pag-
eant was held Saturday, April 2, at the Van H. Priest Au-
ditorium on the campus of North Florida Community
College.
Taryn Copeland was chosen to reign as Miss Madi-
son County for the upcoming year. Brooke Williams was
chosen first runner-up. Cheltsie Kinsley was named sec-
ond runner-up. Kaitlin Fongeallaz was chosen third run-
ner-up. Kinsley was also named Most Photogenic and
Miss Congeniality She won the Audience Choice Award
and was awarded the Miss Madison County Spirit
Award, which goes to the person who displays the true
spirit of what the pageant is about.
Courtney Strickland was chosen Teen Miss Madison


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 2, 2011 Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 2, 2011
From left to right: Layla Peavey, Katelynn Bever- Malaya Horne, left, was named Baby Miss Madison County
and Haley Fox, right, was named first runner-up.


County Sarah Baltzell was named runner-up.
Kaylee Groover was named Junior Miss Madison
County Camryn Strickland was first runner-up. Erin
Jarvis was second runner-up. Dallas McGuire and Lexie
Reyna also competed in the division.
Xin Zheng was chosen Tiny Mr. Madison County
Kadence Barrs was named Infant Miss Madison
County Riley Perry was chosen first runner-up in the di-
vision; Meranda Mani was chosen second runner-up;
and Alexis Webb was chosen third runner-up. Sidney Ag-
ner and Braelyn Blesy also competed in the division.
Malaya Horne was chosen Baby Miss Madison
County and Haley Fox was chosen first runner-up.
Makenzie Myers was chosen Petite Miss Madison.
Savanna Wilford was named first runner-up, Kaylee Bev-
erly was chosen second runner-up. Mary Kate Brooks


and Haleigh Richardson also participated in the divi-
sion.
Leandra Land was chosen Little Miss Madison
County, Ashton Sapp was named first runner-up, Regan
Crosby was chosen second runner-up, Zoey O'Neal was
chosen third runner-up and Jenna Littleton was fourth
runner-up. Taylor Vickers, Brayle Mote, Madison Christ
and Paige McCool also competed in the division.
Layla Peavey was chosen Tiny Miss Madison Coun-
ty Katelynn Beverly was chosen first runner-up, Lauri
Thigpen was named second runner-up and Jaidyn Wes-
ley third runner-up.
Rylan Barrs was named Little Mr. Madison.
Regan Crosby was named Miss Heart of Madison
County Sweethearts were Dallas McGuire, Brooke
McGuire, Ashton Sapp, Brayle Mote and Madison Christ.


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At

Madison

First Baptist

Church

By Nell Dobbs
"One day in the Lord's house is better than a thousand elsewhere" is a new
song I heard coming home from taking Lil Jess to school in Pinetta Monday
morning and I think how blessed we are to live in this fair land where we are
free to worship where we choose, when we choose, or not to worship - sad as this
is. We also are blessed that our parents brought us up in church and that they
taught us about God's love and care morning, noon and night.
Marjell was brought up that way, too. His mother worried about him being
on the sea and would tell him when she needed him, he wouldn't be there. He
had joined the Navy at 18 in World War II and was on LST 1027. After that, he
sailed with Sun Oil Company in Pennsylvania a total of 25 years. We lived up
there and, on March 27, 1963, we got a call his 15-year-old nephew in Starke had
been killed while chasing his mare on the highway. In God's plan, Marjell hap-
pened to be home for 24 hours when we got the call. Ships would go to Texas for
oil - usually two weeks and then be up north to unload. We came home for the
funeral and were here when his mother had a massive heart attack on April 18,
1963, and died at age 62. Marjell always said, "When you lose your mother, you
lose your best friend." That night, he wrote this poem:
"Soft rain in our life has now fallen and left our home so lonely and drear,
A gentle voice in Heaven was calling, 'Welcome, Mama dear.'
Sad was your leaving, Mama,
A link in the family chain is now broken,
We'll think of soft words and sweet phrases left forever unspoken.
Please burn a beacon or light a candle for me


Paul Pitts To Perform


At Jasper UMC


Paul Pitts will appear in concert
in Jasper at the United Methodist
Church on Sunday, April 17, at 10 a.m.
An outstanding tenor, Paul has
done over 5,500 performances on seven
continents to over five billion people
by television, radio and personal ap-
pears.
Paul Pitts has shared the stage
with motivational speakers such as
Zig Ziglar and John Maxwell. He has
appeared on "Focus on the Family"
with James Dobson, and "In Touch"
with Charles Stanley, in addition to
the Indianapolis Crusade with Billy
Graham. He has performed at the
Crystal Cathedral, Alamo Dome, T.D.
Waterhouse Arena, Cypress Gardens
and Opryland USA. Dr. Pitts plans to
fulfill a request to sing at the Vatican
as well.
Paul uses his voice to comfort
those who are ill, those who have lost
loved ones, those who have bitterness
in their life, and those who are hurt-
ing. Dr. Pitts sings with a compassion
for people. The St. Petersburg Times
quoted Paul as saying, "If I can touch
someone's heart with the love of God I
will have lived out my purpose for liv-
ing."
Paul has been named one of the
"Outstanding Young Men of America"
and has received an honorary doctor-
ate from Coral Ridge University
Paul was the soloist for the "Con-
cert of Peace" in Belfast, Ireland, unit-
ing North and South Ireland, held at
the Waterfront Arena. He has sung for
the President of the United States, the
Queen of England, and members of
the Royal Family. He was the soloist
for the 60th Anniversary television
special celebrating Israel's 60 years of
Statehood.
"He has appeared on the big


In a window of your cabin built by the Carpenter from Galilee."
So often, death is sudden and unexpected, as was Tommy Greiner's, Marcus
Jones', as was Jim von Roden's, as war Steve Harrelson's, and perhaps more I
don't know about. We do pray for all sad ones.
There are very many ill and we pray for each one and ask God's blessing
and healing, according to His will - Tom Fico, Buddy McWilliams, Al Spurlock,
Madison Hospital, Shellie Duran home after knee surgery.
Preacher Law gave thanks for a good crowd.
It was good to see Janie Reid and her cousin, Sandra McLeod DeLoach,
daughter of Eunice Gibson McLeod and Albert McLeod, who were so much a part
of our church for years and loved by all of us - and are still often thought of.
Worship choir sang "You Were There with Mark Branham singing the lead
part.
Preacher's message was about "Forgiveness." How many times shall I for-
give my brother? Seven times?" Peter asked. "No, 490 times," Jesus said and
then He told about the king who took account of his servants. When one could-
n't make his payment of $52,800,000, the servant asked for patience and he
would pay. The king forgave him. The same servant found one of his servants
who owed him $44 and that servant made the same request, but he was denied
time and was thrown into prison. Jesus said we must forgive others in order to
be forgiven ourselves. Several were touched and went forward.
In night church, Billy Washington read Scripture and talked about the Mis-
sion Trip four young families took to Andalusia, Ala. Judy's sister and Pearl
Raines' daughter, Sandra, met them there and worked with them. Becky and
Heath Driggers; Jake and Josie Lynn; Robin and Geoff Hill and Joshua; Sarah
and Ray Pike and Henry Fisher; Marshall and Arthur; and Kara and Billy
Washington and Gage and Lillian. May the Lord bless these families and all oth-
er young families in church. We are so blessed for all of them! Amen.
Preacher's message was about another foolish man. He had such a boun-
teous crop he said he'd tear down his barns, build greater ones and say to his
soul, "I have much goods laid up for many years, so I'll take it easy, eat, drink
and be merry," but God said, "You are foolish; your soul is required of you this
night, then whose things will these things be." May God grant us to be wise and
merciful and may He send people across our path who need us for needs of any
kind - encouragement - and may we do what He impresses upon us, for we know
Life is so uncertain.
Help us be gracious, be thankful, be prayerful, be joyful, be friendly; be lov-
ing, be kind, be careful to do God's will in order for our names to be in the Book
of Life.
Amen!


Revival Begins At


Reapers Of The


Harvest Church
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Reapers of the Harvest Church, located west of Greenville, will hold a re-
vival beginning Friday, April 15, and ending Sunday, April 17.
Rev. Tim Sheppard will be the guest evangelist.
The services will begin Friday and Saturday evening at 7 p.m.
The Sunday morning service will begin at 10:30 a.m.
There will also be an Easter sunrise service on Sunday, April 24, at 7 p.m.
Breakfast will be served afterward.
Everyone is welcome to attend the services.
For more information, call Judy Webb at (850) 971-5546.


Paul Pitts
screen in "When the Bell Tolls," with
Ben Kingsley (two time academy
award winner) and talk show host
Montel Williams.
Paul has sung Don Jose in Car-
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in Il Trovatore, Lt. Pikerton in
Madama Butterfly, Florestan in Fide-
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Tosca, MacDutt in MacBeth, the
Beethoven Ninth, Handel's Messiah,
Verdi Requiem, and has performed the
title role of Otello, in New York, with
raving review.
Recently Nino Pantano, a critic re-
viewing a performance of Pagliacci in
New York, which Paul sang the role of
Canio, expressed, "Mr. Pitts has one of
the most beautiful voices in existence
today with impeccable diction and ad-
mirable declamatory skills. In short,
he is the Canio of our time."


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| ARTICLE ON PAGE 17


Ashley Beggs, left, and Jake Bassett, right, have been named to the board of
First Federal Savings and Loan.



CWay c &acI when


April 18, 1941
John W. Johnson
last week bought the in-
terest of Joe H.
Williams' Sinclair sta-
tion on the corner of
Base and Brookwood
Streets and took control
Monday morning.
One of the out-
standing movies of the
current season is Sis
Hopkins, starring Judy
Canova. The film is to
be at the Swan Theatre
next Wednesday and
Thursday
Madison High
School musicians again
brought home many
honors when they re-
turned from the north-
west state music
festival in Defuniak
Springs on April 10, 11
and 12.
Miss Eddie Ragans,
who is connected with
the REA office, is a new
resident at the Stroud
Hotel.
April 13, 1951
An event not on the
schedule for the recent
Madison County Field
Day, but, obviously of
much interest, was the
Fat Man's Race. Places
were accorded as fol-
lows: W.H. Wood, E.E.
Bradley, A. Livingston,
Frank Webb and S.P.


Griffin. G.R. Pettis also
entered, but fell down,
according to the Enter-
prise-Recorder account.
Calvin Buchanan
and Billy Littleton,
Pinetta and Madison
High School seniors,
have joined the Army
Air Force.
Mr. Cary Phillips
was in the city Monday
morning, making the
necessary arrange-
ments to enter his
daughter, Annie Laura,
age 10, at Hope Haven
for treatment of burns
which she received sev-
eral weeks ago when
her clothing caught fire
when she was standing
near an open fire in the
fireplace, at the Phillip-
s' home. Skin grafting
will be necessary to
complete her recovery
Thomas Davison
Tadlock, age 73, of the
State Forestry Service,
died last Friday night in
his motor boat on the
St. Marks River, appar-
ently of a heart attack.
April 14, 1961
Wiley Selman, play-
ing quarterback for Phi
Delta Theta against Sig-
ma Nu at the University
of Florida on April 8,
threw a 26-yard touch-
down pass in the last


two minutes of play Phi
Delt won 12-0.
Bob Searcy of Unit-
ed Farm Agency has
sold the 310-acre John
Tooke farm to Huey E
Baker of Jacksonville.
Gibson Pasture is
now open for fishing
during daytime hours
until further notice.
Carroll Blalock, Jr.
was a visitor in Atlanta,
Ga., for several days
this week.
April 16, 1971
Rip Prine of Ft.
Bragg, N.C., is expected
April 20 for a visit with
his mother, Mrs. R.L.
Prine, of Cherry Lake.
Miss Becky Davis of
Auburn University is
expected home for the
Easter holidays.
Miss Peggy Clark of
Wesleyan College is
spending Easter holi-
days here with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Clark.
Attorney Bill
Daniel has written a le-
gal analysis of the trial
of Vietnam solider, Lt.
William Calley, a
Gainesville resident,
tried and convicted of
murder for his role in
the My Lai Massacre in
Vietnam on March 16,
1968.


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On This Day
Apr 15, 1947
History Channel
History.corn
Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Barrier


On this day in 1947, Jackie Robin-
son, age 28, becomes the first African-
American player in Major League
baseball when he steps onto Ebbets
Field in Brooklyn to compete for the
Brooklyn Dodgers. Robinson broke the
color barrier in a sport that had been
segregated for more than 50 years. Ex-
actly 50 years later, on April 15, 1997,
Robinson's groundbreaking career
was honored and his uniform number,
42, was retired from Major League
baseball by Commissioner Bud Selig
in a ceremony attended by over 50,000
fans at New York City's Shea Stadium.
Robinson's was the first-ever number
retired by all teams in the league.
Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born
January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia, to
a family of sharecroppers. Growing
up, he excelled at sports and attended
the University of California at Los An-
geles, where he was the first athlete to
letter in four varsity sports: baseball,
basketball, football and track. After fi-
nancial difficulties forced Robinson to
drop out of UCLA, he joined the army
in 1942 and was commissioned as a
second lieutenant. After protesting in-
stances of racial discrimination dur-
ing his military service, Robinson was
court-martialed in 1944. Ultimately,
though, he was honorably discharged.
After the army, Robinson played


for a season in the Negro American
League. In 1945, Branch Rickey, gener-
al manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers,
recruited Robinson, who was known
for his integrity and intelligence as
well as his talent, to join one of the
club's farm teams.
In 1947, Robinson was called up to
the Majors and soon became a star in-
fielder and outfielder for the Dodgers,
as well as the National League's Rook-
ie of the Year. In 1949, the right-hander
was named the National League's
Most Valuable Player and league bat-
ting champ. Robinson played on the
National League All-Star team from
1949 through 1954 and led the Dodgers
to six National League pennants and
one World Series, in 1955. He was in-
ducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
in 1962, his first year of eligibility
Despite his talent and success as a
player, Robinson faced tremendous
racial discrimination throughout his
career, from baseball fans and some
fellow players. Additionally, Jim Crow
laws prevented Robinson from using
the same hotels and restaurants as his
teammates while playing in the South.
After retiring from baseball in
1957, Robinson became a businessman
and civil rights activist. He died Octo-
ber 24, 1972, at age 53, in Stamford,
Connecticut.


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Trail Riders and the
South Georgia Trail Riders teamed up to raise
money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital on Satur-
day, April 9.
Members of both clubs gathered at the Ellaville
Tract of the Twin Rivers State Forest at 9:30 a.m.
They rode down the trail as far as the interstate. Rid-
ing back, they arrived shortly after noon. The Madi-
son County Central School FFA had barbecue
sandwiches, chips, dessert, fruit and beverages wait-
ing for them. Donnie and Mickie Salter, and their
daughter, Savannah Salter; and Dannitte and Dani
Mays and their daughters, Sunni Mays and Katie
Mays represented the group. Money for the meals
sold will benefit the FFA and its projects.
An auction was held to raise money for St.
Jude's. Ron Smoak served as the auctioneer.


The trail boss for the ride was J.L. Williams.
Outriders for the day were Ron Smoak, Roger
Parsons, David Sykes, Allen Frierson, Don Snyder
and David Crockett.
Members of the Madison County Sheriff's Posse
who rode during the day were C.B. Knight, Jason
Kinsey, Jeremy Kinsey, Laura Sykes, Tim Day, Con-
nie Day, Ruthanne Gardner and David Crockett.
Members of the St. Jude's Trail Ride committee,
who helped organize the event were Jo Williams,
J.L. Williams, Ana Portillo, Betsy Pertierra, Bernita
Broome, Cheryl Kelty, C.B. Knight, Roger Parsons,
Betty Parsons, Jean Stick, Pat Shartran and Jackie
Kirkland.
A host of members from both clubs showed up
early to do volunteer work. Area businesses and in-
dividuals provided extra necessities for the ride.
A total of $2,217.00 was raised from the ride fees,
the auction and other donations.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo
by Jacob Bembry, April 9,
2011
Donny Salter,
Mickie Salter, Dan-
nitte Mays, Dani
Mays, Sunni Mays,
Savannah Salter and
Katie Mays repre-
sented the Madison
County Central
School FFA. They
provided lunch and
served a BBQ sand-
wich with chips,
dessert, fruit and
drinks.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, April 9, 2011
David Sykes, Ron Smoak, Allen Frierson (J.L. Williams (trail boss), Don Snyder, David Crockett and Roger Parsons, shown left to
right, were the outriders during the trail ride. Williams was the trail boss.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
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The St. Jude Trail
Ride organizational
committee is pictured.
Left to right: Ana Por-
tillo. Betsy Pertierra,
Bernita Broome, Cheryl
Kelty. J. L. Williams, C.
B. Knight. Roger Par-
sons. Jean Stick, Jackie
Kirkland. Jo Williams.
Betty Parsons is in
back on horseback. Pat
Shartran is not pic-
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No job too big or to
Quality work, reas(
rates. Call Michael
464-2706 or (850) 2

I am a retired nurs
want to do private du
with the elderly. If
use me, I am avai
for any shift. Exc(
references. 464-035

I CAN DO
Artificial Inseminat
Embryo Transfer. C
in AI through ABS
through Texas A
850-661-686W


Piano lessons are
offered for individu
are beginners or v
players who wish to
polish their skills. L
are one-on-one
reasonably priced! F
information, call (85
0114 or (850) 973


VICES
o small.
unable
at (850)
90-6572
4/13-10/5, c
e; and
uty work
you can
liable


2 Bedroom, 1 Bath House
$450. mo. Call 869-0916
3/9, rtn, c
For Rent:
3 BR, 2 Bath Mobile Home
Hwy 14, near prison,
$500 month,
$350 security deposit.
Call (850) 973-7509


ellent 4/13, 4/20, pd
3 (Cell)
rin, n/c 1 bedroom, 1 bath house,
Storage shed, double
carport, private, no pets,
ion and near Blue Springs. 1 year
certifiedd lease. $475 month, $475
and ET security. 907-887-3812
'&M
18 3/9, rtn, c
3 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home
Private large yard
being No Pets
als who 1 year lease.
veteran $600 month, $600 security.
build or 907-887-3812
Lessons
and 3/9, rtn, c
or more 2 bed 1 bath mobile home,
50) 464- washer & dryer, close to
-4622. NFCC. Adults only.
Non-smokers. No pets.
6/18, rtn, n/c Call (850) 843-0980.


Wanted: 4-wheel drive
tractor with front-end loader
& backhoe.
Call Tommy Greene 8-5
Monday - Friday at 973-4141
rtn, n/c



GOWNS FOR SALE
Beautiful, Affordable prom
& wedding gowns.
ACT 2 Resale Shop
(behind Madison Post Of-
fice)
W-F 10-5 and Sat 10-2
4/15-rtn, c
100 Ceramic Mold,
Kiln and shop items.
$100
Call 205-585-3994
4/13, pd
Diamond Plate Alum.
Pick-up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-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)


4/6 - 4/13, c

Studio Apartment
For Rent
Adults only.
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


Greenville Pointe

partments

$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
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Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
TDD/TTY 711. 315 SW
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
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3/23, rtn, c


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AUCTION SATURDAY,
APRIL 16
AT 6:30 P.M.
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd
(CR 360) Madison.

Liquidating balance of mer-
chandise from a large dis-
count retailer. Items such as
bread maker, blenders, coffee
makers, tool boxes, fans.
joiner/planer, table saw,
knives and many other items.

You will not want to miss this
auction. Comfy seats
and lots of fun. 10% buyers
premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, Debit Cards,
Checks and Cash accepted.
AU691 Ron Cox. AB2490.
850-973-2959
4/15, pd


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S S S S S S S S S


Madison County is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
and a D.A Free Workplace.
4/8, 4/13,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
water main, access to city
utilities, 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







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
rtn, n/c
County Camp Rd - 2ac.
city water, $1,000 down
$225/mo, or $15,000 cash.

Hwy 90 - 3.4ac wooded
between Madison and Lee.
$24,995 Owner financing.

Lee - 5 acres corner
Juniper and Jade Rd.
Cleared, $29,995
Owner
Financing.
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116.
3/9, rtn, c




Unique dream kitchen home.
New furniture and
appliances go with this one.
Call CW at 386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
We do modular homes.
Cheapest in North Fla. Call
Mike today to see if you
qualified for zero down.
386-623-4218.
3/23, rtn, c
I Want To Sell My Home.
Moving Out of State In April
Call 904-504-3986
3/16 - 4/27, c
1999 2 bedroom 14 x 70
2 bath. Only 9,995! Call
Steve at 386-365-8549
3/23, rtn, c
Five bedroom, 3 bath home.
Has bonus room. Lots of
extras. $399 with
air, skirt, and steps
Call CW at 386-719-5641
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
New mobile home
with 5 % interest rate.
Cheapest deals in town.
Low down payments.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218.
3/23, rtn, c
No money down.
Home loans,
All applications excepted!
Call For Approval
386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
Sick and tired of paying
rent? Credit score in the 600
range? $5,000 cash to put
down. Call Lynn at
386-365-4774.
3/23, rtn, c
We do small land home
packages. All under 80K.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218.


Bushhogging needed next
week. Appx. 5 acres,
near Cherry Lake. Also a/c
vent cleaning and repair.
239-940-0456,
leave message.
4/13, pd
Be a CNA! Train now
for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment
and instructors. No high
school diploma or GED
required if age 18 or over.
Day and evening classes.
Quest Training Services
386-362-1065.
4/13-5/4, pd
Brynwood Center
1656 South Jefferson Street
Monticello, Florida 32344
(850) 997-1800
(850) 997-7269 (Fax)


Open Position:
Certified Nursing Assistant
Full-Time

Call for appointment
EOE - Drug Free Work Place
3/30 - 4/20, 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
Director of Allied Health
Programs (RN)
wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
4/13-4/27, c
FULL TIME
APPRENTICE LINEMAN
Tri-County Electric Coopera-
tive has an opening for a full-
time Apprentice Lineman in
our Madison Office.
The candidate is required to
have a minimum of five years
experience in power line con-
struction and maintenance.
The candidate must also have
a Class A, Commercial Dri-
vers License and live no more
than 20 miles from the Madi-
son warehouse location at
2862 West US 90.

The Cooperative offers com-
petitive salary and benefits.

Tri-County is an EOE and
DFWPR

Please send resume and com-
pleted Tri-County Employ-
ment Application Form,
which is available at any
TCEC office or online at
www.tcec.com, before May
6, 2011 to:

Stephanie Carroll
Tri-County Electric
Cooperative, Inc.
2862 West US 90
Madison, FL 32340
4/13 -4/20,c
Madison County
Road Department

Job Title: Truck Driver

Salary: Starts at a minimum
of $11.04 per hour

Job Duties: Driving pick-up
trucks, dump trucks, flat bed
trucks, and other type trucks
with single or tandem rear
axles with air brakes and
standard/manual shift. May
operate other light mecha-
nized equipment such as trac-
tors, mowers, rollers, mixers
involved in construction and
maintenance of roads. Duties
may also include laborer
work as needed to maintain
work schedule, or during
slack or seasonal periods.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of one (1)
years experience in the opera-
tion of a combination of
trucks as specified under "Job
Duties."
High School Diploma or
its equivalent preferred
Sufficient health, physi-
cal strength, and ability to do
heavy manual labor
Valid Commercial Dri-
ver's License Class A pre-
ferred

Application Deadline:
5:00 pm, Monday, April
18, 2011

Employment applica-
tions may be obtained from
and submitted to the County
Commission Office between
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Mon-
day thru Friday in the Court-
house Annex at 112 E.
Pinckney Street, Room 219,
Madison, FL 32340. For fur-
ther information on the job it-
self, contact the Madison
County Road Department of-
fice at Phone Number (850)
973-2156.


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Golden Opportunity! Do you possess a sunny, energetic atti-
tude? Are you detailed and organized? Our dental practice is
seeking an outstanding individual to provide concierge level
service for our patients in the dental assisting area. Dental or
medical experience a plus but not mandatory. Is cosmetics im-
portant to you, along with helping others? If you have a "can-
do" attitude, you are organized, and self motivated with a good
sense of humor, then you should apply.
Call 290-5427 to hear a message from Dr Roderick
Shaw's office with more details about the position and instruc-
tions on how to apply for this position.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:2010-593-CA

STANLEY DOWDY and VICKI B. DOWDY,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
CLOVER FARM GROCERY, INC.,
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
DEFENDANT (S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN
TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
Defendant,

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER ES. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE GIVEN that, in accordance with the Default Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated April 11, 2011 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW Range
Ave, Madison, FL 32340 at 11:00 am on May 12, 2011, the following described
property:
Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Block 3 and Lot 8 of Block 6 of East Madison Subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof recorded in the Public Records of Madison County,
Florida.
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I certify that a copy hereof of the Clerk's Notice of Sale has been furnished to the
following parties by U.S. Mail on April 11, 2011.
Dated: April 11, 2011
TIM SANDERS
Clerk of Court
By: /s/ Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
4/15, 4/22

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR
MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
MADISON, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
I. INTRODUCTION
Madison County Community Hospital Board is requesting written propos-
als from qualified construction firms to provide professional At-Risk Con-
struction Management Services for the Budgeting and Construction Phase
on the new proposed Madison County Community Hospital. The construc-
tion of the new hospital will include all applicable sitework, 25 single bed-
rooms, x-ray, emergency room, dietary, labs, heli-pad, support spaces,
maintenance and administrative areas.
The project will consist of approximately 55,000 gross sq. ft.
II. It is the Madison County Community Hospital Board's intention to employ
the Construction Firm at Risk to provide overall Project Construction Man-
agement. In addition Cost Benefit Studies and Information Management as
required by and for Architect, Owner and USDA.
The Construction of Scope of Work and overall Project Management during
the Construction process shall be on a cost plus a fee basis, with a guaran-
teed not to exceed maximum price. The project shall be financed through
the USDA-Rural Development Office.
III. PROPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
Proposal Submissions: Submit eight (8) copies of a written proposal no lat-
er than:
Tuesday, May 3, 2011 @4:00 PM.
to
Mr. David Abercrombie
Madison County Community Hospital
309 NE Marion
Madison, Florida 32340
Proposals must be responsive to the requirements and questions of the Request for
Proposal.
Reservations: Madison County Community Hospital Board reserves the right to
reject any and all proposals, to negotiate changes in the new scope of work or ser-
vices to be provided, and to otherwise waive any technicalities or informalities.
Method of Selection: Proposals will be reviewed by the Madison County Com-
munity Hospital Board's designee and a ranking of firms will be recommended to
the Board. Upon acceptance of the recommendation, presentations may be enter-
tained or a selection made from the submittal process. This will be at the Board's
discretion.
Please respond by including but not limiting your response to the following:
1. Company name and length of time in business.
2. Company location.
3. Availability of time to start and complete project within Owner's re-
quirements should construction start in 2011.
4. Insurance carrier and applicable coverage.
5. Name of Bond Company with appropriate letter from Bonding Agent
to support capability of bonding this project.
6. Qualifications of staff to be utilized on this project with names, re-
sumes, length of time with firm and previous clients served.
7. Your specific experience with Critical Access Hospitals or small rur-
al hospitals.
8. Names of five (5) previous hospital clients with phone numbers and
contact person.
9. Description of previous experience, to include budget, time schedule,
change orders, final cost, etc.
10. Your position and experience with liquidated damages.
11. Your experience with Bond financed projects
A pre-proposal conference will be held for the CM's only on Wednesday, April 20,
2011@2:00 PM at the County Extension Office @184 NW College Loop, Madi-
son, Florida.
Request for information shall be in writing. No calls or visits to Madison Coun-
ty Community Hospital Board. Refer all request to Clemons, Rutherford & As-
sociates, Inc., Attention: Lee Ann Mullis. All requests will be responded in
writing to all interested firms.
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bf n r t 2011 BP, E&P One year later. Our commitment continues. facebook.com/BPAmerica twitter.com/BP_America youtube.com/bp Soon a year will have passed since the Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf. From the beginning, we have taken responsibility for the cleanup. Our commitment to the Gulf remains unchanged, as d oes our responsibility to keep you informed.Committed to the GulfNo oil has flowed into the Gulf since July 15th. As our efforts continue, nearly 100% of the waters are open and the beaches are clean and open. To ensure its safety, Gulf seafood has been more rigorously tested by independent researchers and experts than any other seafood in the world. To date, BP has spent more than $13 billion in clean-up costs.Restore the EnvironmentAn additional $282 million has been spent on environmental issues, including wildlife rescue and restoration of wildlife refuges across the region. We have also committed $500 million to the Gulf of Mexico Research Institute to fund scientic studies on the potential impact of the spill.Help to Rebuild the Economy$5 billion in claims have already been paid. Weve committed $20 billion to an independent fund to pay for environmental restoration and all legitimate claims, including lost incomes. More than $200 million in grants have been made to the Gulf Coast States to promote tourism and seafood.Learn and Share the LessonsThis was a tragedy that never should have happened. Our responsibility is to learn from it and share with competitors, partners, governments and regulators to help ensure that it never happens again. We know we havent always been perfect but we are working to live up to our commitments, both now and in the future. For more information, please visit bpamerica.com.