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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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Title:
The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Enterprise-recorder
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Madison, FL
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Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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May 31, 2013
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Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
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30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Bart Alford, a member of the Madison County School Board, spoke on the issue of “Common Core” with the Republican Club of Madison. He emphasized that Common Core, a national standard of education, is a standard that says one size ts all. The creators of Common Core would like to treat every child as if they are all exactly the same and learn at the same pace. Mr. Alford emphasized that every child is unique and learns differently, and Madison County teachers must have the exibility to teach to the child according to his or her needs and abilities. Common Core, Bart said, was “experimental.” It’s a grand experiment and Madison’s children are guinea pigs. The standards and assessments are untested. Promised outcomes are simply theory and rhetoric. The Florida Legislature and state board of education are gambling with our children’s futures. Our students deserve proven educational methods, not expensive and eeting fads. Worst of all, Common Core removes local control of education. The standards are created and controlled by unelected and unaccountable Washington, D.C., and State bureaucrats funded primarily by the federal government, foundations, trade groups and large corporations with nancial interest in the computers, materials, and testing required for the implementation. How do you unleash an army of community organizers? One man, a born-again political veteran, has made 2016 his mission to restore “our Christian heritage.” Called the American Renewal Project, David Lane travels the country trying to persuade evangelical clergy to become politically active. Mr. Lane says: “If the Lord were to call 1,000 pastors in America-1,000-and they ended up with an average of 300 volunteers per campaign in 2016, that would be 300,000 grass-root, precinct-level, evangelical conservatives coming from the bottom up.” “…it would change America.” David Lane says he’s up to it. He himself is low key, but his actions speak loud for America. Motivated Some people discover nothing, inspire no one, and dream small. But not David Lane! Des Moines In the middle of March, Lane watched from the sidelines as a roomful of Iowa evangelical pastors applauded a defense of religious liberty by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. That night, he gazed out from the stage as the pastors surrounded Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana in a prayer circle. He helped connect the pastors with two likely presidential candidates, more than a good day’s work. It was part of what he sees as his mission, which is to make evangelical Christians a decisive power in the Republican Party. “An army,“ he told the March 16, 2015 NY Times, pp. 1 & 12, “That’s the goal.” Travels The Country And Mr. Lane is positioning himself as a field marshal. A fast-talking and bornagain veteran of conservative politics with experience in Washington, Texas and California, Mr. Lane, 60, travels the country trying to persuade evangelical clergy members to become politically active. His hope is that the politicized pastors will help mobilize congregations that have been disheartened by the repeated failure of socially conservative candidates, and by a party that has softened its opposition to same-sex marriage. It is an organizing approach far different from those in the days when largerthan-life leaders like the Moral Majority founder, Jerry Falwell, who died in 2007, or Pat Robertson, now 84, could activate evangelical voters simply by anointing a candidate. A New Generation But close observers of evangelicals and their political involvement say Mr. Lane is emblematic of a new generation of evangelical leaders who draw local support or exert influence through niche issues or their own networks. What Mr. Lane, a former public relations man, does have going for him is a decentralized land-scape in which a determined believer with an extensive network of ground-level evangelical leaders and a limitless capacity for talking on the phone can exert influence on Republican presidential candidates eager to reach evangelical voters. The Real Deal “David is the real deal,” said the Rev. Brad Atkins, a prominent pastor in South Carolina. “He really believes that this is his calling.” Mr. Lane’s ambitions are national-he focused on battleground states in 2014, and has built an email list of 100,000 pastors around the country. And is a traveling agent of the Mississippi-based American Family Association. He’s hitting the ground running. Are you interested? VIEWPOINTS & OPINION2 » Friday, April 3, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderConservative CornerFound his missionMadison County Extension ServiceHandle Easter eggs with careFlorida TaxWatch applauds House tax cuts proposalEaster is this weekend and that means many of you will be dyeing eggs for decoration and egg hunts. These days, there are so many interesting ways to dye and decorate eggs. Keep in mind, each time you handle an egg, it increases the chances of contact with bacteria. This is why it’s important to follow food safety guidelines and keep your Easter eggs from ruining your holiday celebrations. If you are having an Easter egg hunt, it is best to use plastic eggs and leave the real ones in the refrigerator. There are many food safety issues with using real eggs; it just makes sense to opt for plastic. Real eggs should not be out of the refrigerator for longer than two hours, and if you hide them outside there is the issue of warmer temperatures and the problem of avoiding areas where they may come into contact with pet, wild life, insects and lawn chemicals. So, you can see why it makes better sense to use articial eggs for outdoor activities. Whenever you are handling eggs, thoroughly wash your hands each step of the way. Whether you are cooking, cooling or dyeing eggs — wash your hands. If you won’t be coloring your eggs immediately after cooking, store them in their original carton in the refrigerator. Inspect eggs for cracks before and after coloring. All cracked eggs need to be thrown away. If you use cooked eggs for a centerpiece or other decoration, and know they will be at room temperature for a day or two, discard them after use. While we are on the topic of eggs, here are a few steps on cooking the perfect hard cooked egg. According to the Egg Board, there is a correct way to prepare hard cooked eggs, and it is not boiling. If your eggs have a green ring around the yolk, you have cooked them too long. To cook an egg to perfection with a bright yellow yolk, follow these simple steps: Place eggs in a single layer in a saucepan. Add enough tap water to come at least one inch above the eggs. Cover. Quickly bring the water to a boil and turn off the heat. If necessary, remove the pan from the burner to prevent further boiling. For hardcooked eggs, let eggs stand covered in the hot water for 18 minutes for extra large, 15 minutes for large and 12 minutes for medium. Immediately run cold water over eggs or place them in ice water until completely cooled. To remove the shell, crack it by tapping gently all over. Roll the egg between your hands to loosen the shell. Peel, starting at the large end. Hold the egg under running cold water or dip in a bowl of water to help ease the shell off. For more information on food safety, contact the Madison County Extension Service.The University of Florida Extension – Madison County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Institution. Statement from Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, the independent, nonpartisan, nonprot taxpayer research institute and government watchdog:"Recently, the Florida House Finance and Tax Committee unveiled their plans to cut Floridians' taxes by $690 million this year. I commend the House leaders for their efforts to produce a broad-based tax cut package that will help save money for hardworking Florida families and the businesses that invest in our communities and provide jobs to our residents. "The tax cut includes a $470 million reduction in the Communications Services Tax, which is levied on all cell phone, satellite and cable TV service, and nonresidential land lines in Florida. Florida TaxWatch has been recommending that this tax be reduced for several years nding that this would be the best way to provide broad based relief. This unfair and disproportionately high tax can be up to 16.29 percent in the Sunshine State, which far exceeds the highest state and local sales tax rate of 7.5 percent. By including this tax cut, supported by both Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Senate, nearly every Floridian will be able to keep more of their hard-earned money in their wallet. "Florida TaxWatch also commends the House for including a reduction in the sales tax on commercial rents, which is unique to Florida, and an increased exemption for research and development in its tax package. These two taxes on business inputs hurt the competitiveness of Florida's tax structure. "The House's tax cut package does not include another Florida TaxWatch recommendation that has been heard in committees that would make the sales tax exemption on manufacturing machinery and equipment permanent. However, since the current tax exemption doesn't expire until 2017, House leaders mentioned that they hoped to include it in next year's tax cut proposal. "While $690 million in tax relief is welcome news for Florida taxpayers, the Legislature could provide even more needed relief by collecting lawfully owed revenues from out-of-state retailers. Each year, Florida misses out on hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue due to a loophole that severely disadvantages Florida's brickand-mortar businesses. Penalizing the businesses that are investing in Florida's communities hurts our economy and prevents the Legislature from increasing their investment in needed services, or further reducing taxes." NELSONA. PRYORGuest Columnist DIANNDOUGLAS The Republican Club of Madison County meets Apr. 28, at 6 p.m. at The Meeting Place near Cuccinella’s Brick Oven Pizzeria and The Republican Executive Committee meets directly afterward. EVERYONE WELCOME Paid for and approved by the Madison CountyRe publican Executive Committee atrec.madison@yahoo.com. “Who’s the Leader?”Florida TaxWatch Photo SubmittedPictured, from left to right, are: Hope Lossing, District Assistant to Fl. House Rep Halsey Beshears, Jay Lee, Republican Club President, Bart Alford, Madison County School Board, and Bob Bezick, Madison County Republican Executive Committee Chairman Bart Alford addresses Republican Club of Madison County NELSONA. PRYORGuest Columnist

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D A ? > B 4 B > 5 C 7 4 4 < ? ; > H 4 A < 0 = 3 0 C 4 D = 3 4 A C 7 4 r f 7 4 0 ; C 7 2 0 A 4 > E 4 A 7 0 D ; t A 0 7 0 < E > C 4 3 H 4 B t = E 8 A > = < 4 = C 0 ; ' A > C 4 2 C 8 > = 6 4 = 2 H ' ( D ; 4 b $ 0 : 8 = 6 D 8 3 4 ; 8 = 4 B * 7 4 > D B 4 E > C 4 3 r f C > f F 8 C 7 f 0 1 B C 4 = C 8 > = B C > ? 0 B B 0 1 8 ; ; C 7 0 C F > D ; 3 ? A > 7 8 1 8 C C 7 4 ' 5 A > < ? A > ? > B 8 = 6 L = 0 ; 8 I 8 = 6 > A 3 8 B b B 4 < 8 = 0 C 8 = 6 0 A D ; 4 > A > C 7 4 A 2 > E 4 A 4 3 0 2 C 8 > = D = ; 4 B B 0 ; ; B 2 8 4 = C 8 L 2 0 = 3 C 4 2 7 = 8 2 0 ; 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = D B 4 3 C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 D ? > = C 7 4 A D ; 4 8 B < 0 3 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 C > C 7 4 ? D 1 ; 8 2 B > C 7 0 C C 7 4 A 4 B 4 0 A 2 7 2 0 = 1 4 8 = 3 4 ? 4 = 3 4 = C ; H 0 = 0 ; H I 4 3 0 = 3 A 4 ? A > 3 D 2 4 3 t A 0 7 0 < E > C 4 3 = > t % 0 C 8 > = 0 ; # 0 1 > A ( 4 ; 0 C 8 > = B > 0 A 3 % # ( 0 B 4 ( 4 ? 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A > 1 b ; 4 < f b H 4 0 A b > ; 3 > ; C > = ) 7 0 F B D 5 5 4 A 4 3 5 0 C 0 ; 2 > = B 4 @ D 4 = 2 4 B t # D 2 : 8 ; H $ 0 3 8 B > = 0 = 3 ! 4 5 5 4 A B > = > D = C 8 4 B 0 A 4 ; > > : 8 = 6 C > F 0 A 3 B 0 B > ; D C 8 > = t + ? > = 7 4 0 A 8 = 6 > 5 C 7 4 C A 0 6 4 3 H 8 = $ > D ; C A 8 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; 4 0 3 > 0 2 7 * 4 A A H 0 A A B F 0 B 7 8 C 7 0 A 3 t * 7 4 2 > 0 2 7 B 0 F C > 8 C C 7 0 C 7 8 B C 4 0 < 0 C C 4 = 3 4 3 C 7 4 E 8 B 8 C 0 C 8 > = > 5 > ; C > = ) 7 0 F F 7 4 A 4 C 7 4 H 4 G C 4 = 3 4 3 C 7 4 8 A 3 4 4 ? 4 B C B H < ? 0 C 7 8 4 B C > C 7 4 ? ; 0 H 4 A J B 5 0 < 8 ; H C 4 0 < < 0 C 4 B 0 = 3 2 > 0 2 7 4 B t ) 7 0 F J B 3 4 0 C 7 < 0 3 4 0 7 D 6 4 8 < ? 0 2 C > = C 7 4 > F 1 > H B 0 = 3 0 2 2 > A 3 8 = 6 C > 0 A A B C 7 4 A 4 8 B B 4 A 8 > D B 3 8 B 2 D B B 8 > = 0 1 > D C ? ; 0 2 8 = 6 ? A > C 4 2 C 8 E 4 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 8 = 5 A > = C > 5 $ 0 3 8 B > = J B 3 D 6 > D C B F 7 8 2 7 ? A 4 B 4 = C ; H A 4 < 0 8 = D = ? A > C 4 2 C 4 3 t 0 A A B 0 < > = 6 > C 7 4 A 2 > 0 2 7 4 B 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 C 7 0 C 7 8 B ? ; 0 H 4 A B J B 0 5 4 C H 8 B = > C 7 8 = 6 C > ? ; 0 H 0 A > D = 3 F 8 C 7 t * 7 4 ! , > F 1 > H B 3 > = = 4 3 ) 7 0 F J B = D < 1 4 A > = C 7 4 8 A 7 4 ; < 4 C B 3 D A 8 = 6 C 7 4 8 A $ 0 A 2 7 6 0 < 4 0 6 0 8 = B C 0 < 8 ; C > = b b 1 > C 7 ! , 0 = 3 , 0 A B 8 C H ? ; 0 H 4 A B F 4 A 4 0 5 5 4 2 C 4 3 1 H C 7 4 C A 0 6 4 3 H 0 = 3 F 4 A 4 0 3 0 < 0 = C C 7 4 H B 7 > F A 4 B ? 4 2 C t $ ) 8 B = J C C 7 4 > = ; H B 2 7 > > ; < 0 : 8 = 6 ? ; 0 = B C > 8 = B C 0 ; ; 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 t D 2 8 ; ; 0 7 A 8 B C 8 0 = 2 0 3 4 b < H J B 4 0 3 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; > 0 2 7 * 7 > A = C > = 0 E 8 B F 0 B 3 4 E 0 B C 0 C 4 3 1 H C 7 4 = 4 F B t K 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H B 4 = C 0 = 4 < 0 8 ; C > 0 A > D = 3 f C > f r 2 > 0 2 7 4 B 8 = C 7 4 0 A 4 0 b b C 7 8 B C A 0 6 4 3 H F 0 B 0 F 0 : 4 b D ? 2 0 ; ; N B 0 8 3 0 E 8 B t K 0 3 3 A 4 B B 4 3 C 7 4 3 D 6 > D C B 8 C D 0 C 8 > = 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H 0 = 3 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 7 0 B 0 ; A 4 0 3 H 1 4 4 = > A b 3 4 A 4 3 t N 0 E 8 B 0 B B 4 A C B C 7 0 C C 7 4 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 F 8 ; ; 1 4 8 = B C 0 ; ; 4 3 0 B B > > = 0 B 8 C 0 A A 8 E 4 B t K 2 0 = J C 4 E 4 = 8 < 0 6 8 = 4 8 C N B 0 8 3 0 E 8 B t K . > D ? 0 2 : H > D A : 8 3 D ? C > 6 > C > C 7 4 8 A 1 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; 6 0 < 4 0 = 3 C 7 4 = = 4 E 4 A B 4 4 C 7 4 < 0 6 0 8 = t C 8 B = J C A 8 6 7 C t N > 0 2 7 0 E 8 B 2 > = B C 0 = C ; H ? A 4 0 2 7 4 B C > 7 8 B C 4 0 < C > ? 0 H 0 C C 4 = C 8 > = C > C 7 4 8 A B D A A > D = 3 8 = 6 B F 7 8 ; 4 8 = C 7 4 3 D 6 > D C 1 D C 7 4 B 0 8 3 B 8 < ? ; H 0 B : 8 = 6 C 4 4 = 0 6 4 A B C > ? 0 H 0 C C 4 = b C 8 > = 8 B = J C 4 = > D 6 7 t = > A 3 4 A C > 0 E > 8 3 0 = > C 7 4 A 3 4 E 0 B C 0 C 8 > = > 0 2 7 0 E 8 B 8 B C 0 : 8 = 6 C 7 4 = 4 2 4 B B 0 A H ? A 4 2 0 D C 8 > = B 0 C D 2 8 ; ; 0 t 4 7 > ? 4 B C 7 0 C > C 7 4 A B 2 7 > > ; B F 8 ; ; 9 > 8 = 7 8 < t * 7 4 0 A A 8 > A B F 4 A 4 B 4 C C > F 4 0 A H 4 ; ; > F A 8 1 1 > = B 8 = 7 > = > A > 5 ) 7 0 F C > C 7 4 8 A = 4 G C 6 0 < 4 0 B > 5 8 = C 4 A E 8 4 F C 8 < 4 t ! 4 5 5 4 A B > = > D = C H $ 8 3 3 ; 4 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; 8 B ? > = 3 4 A 8 = 6 C 7 4 C A 0 6 4 3 H 0 B F 4 ; ; t ! $ ) C 7 b ; 4 C 8 2 8 A 4 2 C > A * 4 A A H 0 ; : 4 A F 0 B 6 A 4 0 C ; H B 0 3 3 4 = 4 3 1 H C 7 4 2 8 A 2 D < B C 0 = 2 4 B t K C 7 8 = : B 0 5 4 C H > = 0 = 3 > 5 5 C 7 4 1 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; L 4 ; 3 B 7 > D ; 3 1 4 > D A ? A 8 > A 8 C H A 8 6 7 C = > F N B 0 8 3 0 ; : 4 A t K = 0 3 3 8 C 8 > = C > 3 D 6 > D C 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 5 4 4 ; 7 4 ; < 4 C B B 7 > D ; 3 1 4 F > A = C 7 A > D 6 7 > D C 4 E 4 A H 6 0 < 4 t ! 4 5 5 4 A B > = > D = C H $ 8 3 3 ; 4 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; 4 G ? A 4 B B 4 B > D A 2 > = 3 > ; 4 = 2 4 B C > C 7 4 ) 7 0 F 5 0 < 8 ; H 0 = 3 , 0 ; 3 > B C 0 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; t N 7 8 ; 4 C 7 4 A 4 8 B < D 2 7 1 D I I 0 1 > D C 3 D 6 > D C 5 4 = 2 8 = 6 F 8 ; ; B 2 7 > > ; B C 0 : 4 0 2 C 8 > = ; 8 : 4 D 2 8 ; ; 0 0 = 3 > 0 2 7 0 E 8 B > A F 8 ; ; C 7 4 H B 8 < ? ; H < 0 : 4 = > 8 B 4 4 0 3 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; > 0 2 7 5 > A , 0 ; 3 > B C 0 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; 0 A C ) 7 D < 0 = 8 B B D 4 3 C 7 4 5 > ; ; > F 8 = 6 B C 0 C 4 < 4 = C C 7 0 B 1 4 4 = 0 E 4 A H C > D 6 7 C 8 < 4 5 > A C 7 4 5 0 < 8 ; H > 5 > ; C > = ) 7 0 F 7 8 B , 0 ; 3 > B C 0 8 6 7 1 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; C 4 0 < < 0 C 4 B 5 A 8 4 = 3 B 0 = 3 2 > 0 2 7 4 B t > ; C > = F 0 B 0 E 4 A H B ? 4 2 8 0 ; H > D = 6 < 0 = F 7 > F 8 ; ; 1 4 6 A 4 0 C ; H < 8 B B 4 3 1 H 0 ; ; t F > D ; 3 ; 8 : 4 C > A 4 2 > 6 = 8 I 4 0 = 3 C 7 0 = : > 0 2 7 * 4 A A H 0 A A B 0 = 3 C 7 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 1 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; C 4 0 < 5 > A 0 C C 4 = 3 8 = 6 C 7 4 E 8 B 8 C 0 C 8 > = 5 > A > ; C > = C 7 0 C F 0 B 7 4 ; 3 0 C , 0 ; 3 > B C 0 8 6 7 t + = 5 > A C D = 0 C 4 ; H B > < 4 C 8 < 4 B 0 C A 0 6 4 3 H ; 8 : 4 C 7 8 B 2 0 = 7 4 ; ? D B A 4 0 ; 8 I 4 C 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 3 0 = 6 4 A B 8 = 0 C 7 ; 4 C 8 2 B C 7 0 C = 4 4 3 C > 1 4 0 3 3 A 4 B B 4 3 t 8 C 7 > D C 0 3 > D 1 C 3 D 6 > D C ? A > C 4 2 C 8 > = 8 B 0 = 0 A 4 0 C 7 0 C = 4 4 3 B C > 1 4 8 < ? A > E 4 3 t C , 0 ; 3 > B C 0 8 6 7 F 4 7 0 E 4 0 ; A 4 0 3 H 8 = B C 0 ; ; 4 3 0 f 5 > > C 5 4 = 2 4 8 = 5 A > = C > 5 > D A 3 D 6 > D C B t 3 > 7 > ? 4 C 7 0 C 0 ; ; B 2 7 > > ; B 0 = 3 A 4 2 A 4 0 C 8 > = 5 0 2 8 ; 8 C 8 4 B F 8 ; ; C 0 : 4 0 2 C 8 > = C > < 0 : 4 B D A 4 C 7 8 B C H ? 4 > 5 C A 0 6 4 3 H 8 B ? A 4 E 4 = C 4 3 t * 7 0 = : B 0 6 0 8 = C > H > D A 2 > < < D = 8 C 8 4 B 5 > A 0 ; ; C 7 4 C 7 > D 6 7 C B 0 = 3 ? A 0 H 4 A B t< 8 B B 8 > = 4 A B t 7 4 = 0 B : 4 3 7 4 A 5 0 b E > A 8 C 4 ? 0 A C 0 1 > D C 7 4 A 9 > 1 > E 4 A C 7 4 H 4 0 A B 8 2 : 8 = B > = 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 B 7 4 7 0 B 4 = 9 > H 4 3 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 = 4 F 0 = 3 8 = C 4 A 4 B C 8 = 6 ? 4 > ? ; 4 0 = 3 F > A : 8 = 6 8 = 0 = 4 = E 8 A > = < 4 = C C 7 0 C 8 B 0 ; F 0 H B 2 7 0 = 6 8 = 6 0 = 3 2 7 0 ; ; 4 = 6 8 = 6 7 4 A C > ; 4 0 A = = 4 F C 7 8 = 6 B t ) 7 4 B C A 4 B B 4 3 C 7 0 C B 7 4 F 8 ; ; 6 A 4 0 C ; H < 8 B B C 7 4 < 0 = H 2 > b F > A : 4 A B 2 ; 8 4 = C B 0 = 3 1 D B 8 = 4 B B 0 B B > 2 8 b 0 C 4 B B 7 4 7 0 B F > A : 4 3 F 8 C 7 > E 4 A C 7 4 H 4 0 A B t & = < 0 : 8 = 6 0 2 0 A 4 4 A B D 2 2 4 B B 5 D ; 0 = 3 ; > = 6 b B C 0 = 3 8 = 6 8 2 : 8 = B > = B C A 4 B B 4 3 K ; 4 0 A = 4 3 C > 1 4 D = b 3 4 A B C 0 = 3 8 = 6 0 = 3 ? 0 C 8 4 = C t . > D 7 0 E 4 C > ? D C H > D A B 4 ; 5 8 = B > < 4 > = 4 4 ; B 4 J B B 7 > 4 B t $ H 9 > 1 8 = E > ; E 4 B 3 4 0 ; 8 = 6 F 8 C 7 < 0 = H 0 = 6 A H ? 4 > ? ; 4 0 C C 8 < 4 B ? 4 > ? ; 4 F 7 > 0 A 4 6 > 8 = 6 C 7 A > D 6 7 3 8 E > A 2 4 B 2 D B C > 3 H 1 0 C C ; 4 B > A L ; 8 = 6 A 4 B C A 0 8 = 8 = 6 > A 3 4 A B t N 7 > B C > 5 5 A 8 4 = 3 B 0 = 3 2 > b F > A : 4 A B 0 C C 4 = 3 4 3 C 7 4 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 0 = 3 B C > > 3 F 8 C 7 8 2 : 8 = B > = 0 B B 7 4 F 0 B 7 > = b > A 4 3 5 > A 7 4 A F > A : t C 8 B 4 E 8 b 3 4 = C B 7 4 F 8 ; ; 1 4 < 8 B B 4 3 1 H < 0 = H 0 = 3 ; 4 0 E 4 8 = 2 A 4 3 8 1 ; H ; 0 A 6 4 B 7 > 4 B C > L ; ; t 5 C 4 A A 4 b C 8 A 8 = 6 8 2 : 8 = B > = ? ; 0 = B C > B ? 4 = 3 < > A 4 C 8 < 4 3 > 8 = 6 K F 7 0 C 4 E 4 A B 7 4 F 0 = C B t N ) 7 4 ; > > : B 5 > A F 0 A 3 C > B ? 4 = 3 8 = 6 C 8 < 4 F 8 C 7 7 4 A 5 0 < 8 ; H b b 7 4 A C 7 A 4 4 6 A 0 = 3 B > = B 8 = ? 0 A C 8 2 D b ; 0 A t ) 7 4 0 ; B > ? ; 0 = B C > C A 0 E 4 ; t 4 ; 4 1 A 8 C H 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; 6 0 < 4 C 0 : 4 B ? ; 0 2 4 5 4 0 C D A 8 = 6 C 7 4 C 7 A 4 4 5 > A < 4 A 0 A ; 4 < ; > 1 4 C A > C C 4 A B C 4 0 < 8 = 6 D ? F 8 C 7 ; > 2 0 ; 1 D B 8 b = 4 B B ? 4 > ? ; 4 E 4 A B D B $ 0 3 8 B > = 0 = 3 B D A A > D = 3 8 = 6 2 > D = C H 7 8 6 7 B 2 7 > > ; B 4 = 8 > A B t ) 7 0 A 4 8 = C 7 4 5 > A < 4 A * A > C C 4 A B 2 > < 4 3 8 2 C A 8 2 : B 7 > C B B ; 8 2 : ? 0 B B 8 = 6 1 4 7 8 = 3 b C 7 4 b 1 0 2 : 0 = 3 C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 ; 4 6 B F 8 C 7 C 7 D = 3 4 A 8 = 6 3 D = : B 1 D C 2 4 A C 0 8 = ; H 3 > = C D = b 3 4 A 4 B C 8 < 0 C 4 C 7 4 ; > 2 0 ; 2 > < ? 4 C 8 C 8 > = t K . > D A 2 7 > 8 2 4 B C > 3 0 H F 8 ; ; 3 4 C 4 A < 8 = 4 F 7 4 A 4 H > D ; ; 1 4 C > < > A A > F N B 0 8 3 $ 4 ; E 8 = 3 0 < B 5 > A < 4 A % ? ; 0 H 4 A 0 = 3 C 7 A 4 4 b H 4 0 A 5 > A < 4 A 0 A ; 4 < ; > 1 4 C A > C C 4 A 0 C N F 7 > 7 0 B ? ; 0 H 4 3 1 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; 0 A > D = 3 C 7 4 F > A ; 3 t 3 0 < B 5 0 C 7 4 A ? 0 B B 4 3 0 F 0 H F 7 4 = 7 4 F 0 B > = ; H f 1 D C 7 4 > E 4 A 2 0 < 4 ? > E 4 A C H 1 H 2 > = 2 4 = C A 0 C 8 = 6 > = 7 8 B 1 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; B : 8 ; ; B t 4 = > F 6 8 E 4 B 4 = 2 > D A 0 6 8 = 6 C 0 ; : B C > B C D 3 4 = C B 8 = B 2 7 > > ; B 0 = 3 0 C 7 8 B 1 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; 2 0 < ? B t 2 2 > A 3 8 = 6 C > C 7 4 D 8 = = 4 B B > > : > 5 > A ; 3 ( 4 2 > A 3 B $ 4 ; E 8 = 3 0 < B 8 B B C 8 ; ; C 7 4 5 0 B C 4 B C 3 A 8 1 1 ; 4 A 8 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 t ; B > ? A 4 ? 0 A 8 = 6 C > ? ; 0 H 4 ; 4 1 A 8 C H 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; 5 > A > F = > < 4 0 H B 8 = $ 0 3 8 B > = ; 4 G ) 0 = 3 4 A B 0 C 7 A 4 4 b H 4 0 A 5 > A < 4 A 0 A ; 4 < ; > 1 4 C A > C C 4 A 5 A > < # > D 8 B E 8 ; ; 4 + = 8 E 4 A b B 8 C H 0 ? 0 B C $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 ; ; < 4 A 8 2 0 = B C 0 = 3 8 = 6 0 C N 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B 5 > A < 4 A ; > 1 4 C A > C C 4 A ? ; 0 H 4 A 0 = 3 2 > 0 2 7 $ 8 : 4 K * 7 4 ) 0 8 = C N ) C t ! D ; 8 4 = 5 A > < # 0 5 0 H 4 C C 4 # 0 t 7 0 8 ; 8 = 6 5 A > < $ 2 b % 4 4 B 4 + = 8 E 4 A B 8 C H t ) C t ! D ; 8 4 = 8 B N t * 7 4 > = ' ; 0 H > 5 5 C 8 2 : 4 C B 5 > A ? A 8 ; f 5 4 0 C D A 8 = 6 C 7 4 5 > A < 4 A 0 A ; 4 < ; > 1 4 C A > C C 4 A B < 0 H 1 4 ? D A 2 7 0 B 4 3 5 > A f ? 4 A ? 4 A B > = 0 6 4 B 5 8 E 4 0 = 3 D ? t > D A 0 = 3 D = 3 4 A 8 B = > 2 7 0 A 6 4 t 4 ; 4 1 A 8 C H 0 B : 4 C 1 0 ; ; 0 < 4 C 8 2 : 4 C B > = ? A 8 ; f 0 A 4 C 7 4 B 0 < 4 ? A 8 2 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 0 C C 7 4 3 > > A t * 7 4 C 70 = = D 0 ; > F = > < 4 0 H B F 4 4 : 4 = 3 5 4 0 C D A 4 B C 7 4 0 = = > D = 2 4 < 4 = C > 5 C 7 4 8 C 8 I 4 = > 5 C 7 4 . 4 0 A 0 = 3 C 7 4 4 2 : H B 0 = 2 4 ) C 4 ? B ) C D 3 8 > ) C A 4 4 C ( 4 2 8 C 0 ; 3 > F = C > F = > = A 8 3 0 H 4 E 4 = 8 = 6 ? A 8 ; f 5 > ; ; > F 4 3 > = ? A 8 ; f 1 H C 7 4 7 8 B C > A 8 2 > F = > < 4 0 H B 4 B C 8 E 0 ; 0 t < t b ? t < t 0 = 3 ' 0 b A 0 3 4 1 4 6 8 = = 8 = 6 0 C f 0 t < t 8 = 3 > F = C > F = $ 0 3 8 B > = t * 7 8 B H 4 0 A B > F = > < 4 0 H B ' 0 A 0 3 4 7 0 B 0 B ? 4 2 8 0 ; C 7 4 < 4 K ) ; 0 < b D = : 5 > A G 4 A 2 8 B 4 N ' 0 A 0 3 4 5 ; > 0 C B F 8 ; ; A 4 b 5 ; 4 2 C C 7 4 4 G 2 8 C 4 < 4 = C > 5 B ? > A C B 0 = 3 7 4 0 ; C 7 H 4 G 4 A 2 8 B 4 0 2 C 8 E b 8 C 8 4 B 8 = $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H t * 7 4 ? 0 A 0 3 4 F 8 ; ; 1 4 6 8 = 0 C & % 4 0 ; B ( 4 B C 0 D A 0 = C 0 = 3 6 > B C A 0 8 6 7 C ? 0 B C C 7 4 2 > D A C 7 > D B 4 C > : 4 4 ? C A 0 5 5 8 2 < > E 8 = 6 t * 7 4 > F = > < 4 0 H B 2 ; 0 B B 8 2 2 0 A B 7 > F 8 = > D A A 4 4 3 > < B ' 0 A : 0 ; F 0 H B 1 A 8 = 6 B ? ; 4 = C H > 5 K > > 7 B N 0 = 3 K 0 7 7 B N ? ; D B C 7 4 0 = C 8 @ D 4 C A 0 2 C > A 0 = 3 4 = 6 8 = 4 B 7 > F 0 C C 7 4 > C C > = 8 = ' 4 C C 8 = 6 / > > A > 6 > ? ' 4 C > = C 4 B C 0 : 4 & 5 5 0 C 4 A < 4 ; > = ) 4 4 3 ) ? 8 C C 8 = 6 2 > = C 4 B C f " 0 = 3 " F 0 ; : n A D = B 0 = 3 3 4 ; 8 2 8 > D B 5 4 B C 8 E 0 ; 5 > > 3 B ; 8 = 8 = 6 ) ( 0 = 6 4 E 4 = D 4 6 8 E 4 5 4 B C 8 E 0 ; 0 C C 4 = 3 4 4 B ; > C B > 5 2 7 > 8 2 4 B t > F = > < 4 0 H B B ? > = B > A E 4 = 3 > A 0 = 3 ? 0 A 0 3 4 0 ? ? ; 8 b 2 0 C 8 > = B F 8 ; ; 1 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 > = ; 8 = 4 0 C F F F t < 0 3 8 B > = 5 ; t > A 6 D = 3 4 A C 7 4 > F = > < 4 0 H B C 0 1 > A 0 ? ? ; H 0 C C 7 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 7 0 < 1 4 A > 5 > < < 4 A 2 4 0 = 3 * > D A 8 B < f ) ' 8 = 2 : = 4 H ) C A 4 4 C 8 = 3 > F = C > F = $ 0 3 8 B > = 0 2 A > B B 5 A > < ( 0 = b 2 7 > A 0 = 3 4 $ 4 G 8 2 0 = ( 4 B C 0 D A 0 = C t t b f b n b f b # 0 B C F 4 4 : < 0 A : 4 3 C 7 4 4 = 3 > 5 C 7 4 5 > D A C 7 F 4 4 : > 5 C 7 4 r f # 4 6 8 B ; 0 C 8 E 4 ) 4 B B 8 > = t * 7 4 > D B 4 0 = 3 ) 4 = 0 C 4 1 D 3 6 4 C B F 4 A 4 A 4 ; 4 0 B 4 3 0 = 3 C 7 4 ? A > 2 4 B B 1 4 6 8 = B > 5 = 4 6 > C 8 0 C 8 = 6 5 > A E 0 A 8 > D B ? A > 6 A 0 < B 0 = 3 B 4 A E 8 2 4 B t 4 ; 8 1 4 A 0 C 8 > = B F 8 ; ; 2 > = C 8 = D 4 C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 = 4 G C 5 4 F F 4 4 : B C > 3 4 E 4 ; > ? 0 B 4 = B 8 1 ; 4 1 D 3 6 4 C C 7 0 C F 8 ; ; 8 < ? A > E 4 C 7 4 4 E 4 A H 3 0 H ; 8 E 4 B > 5 ; > A 8 3 0 B 2 8 C 8 I 4 = A H t 7 0 8 A < 0 = 0 ; B 4 H 4 B 7 4 0 A B ( b $ > = C 8 2 4 ; ; > F A 0 ? ? 4 3 D ? C 7 4 ; 0 B C D B 8 = 4 B B ' A > 5 4 B b B 8 > = B ) D 1 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 5 > A C 7 8 B ) 4 B B 8 > = t * 7 4 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 B 2 > = B 8 3 4 A 4 3 ; 4 6 8 B ; 0 C 8 > = ? 4 A C 0 8 = 8 = 6 C > C 7 4 A 4 6 D ; 0 C 8 > = > 5 0 ; 2 > 7 > ; 8 2 1 4 E 4 A 0 6 4 B 0 = 3 C > 1 0 2 2 > C 8 2 : 4 C B 0 ; 4 B 7 > < 4 > F = 4 A n 2 > = 3 > < 8 = 8 D < ? A > ? 4 A C 8 4 B 0 = 3 2 > = B D < 4 A ? A > C 4 2 C 8 > = 0 = 3 A 4 6 D ; 0 C > A H ? A > 6 A 0 < B t ( 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C 0 C 8 E 4 4 B 7 4 0 A B f b > < < 4 A 2 8 0 ; $ > C > A , 4 7 8 2 ; 4 ( 4 E 8 4 F > 0 A 3 1 8 ; ; F 0 B ? 0 B B 4 3 > = C 7 4 > D B 4 M > > A t * 7 8 B ; 4 6 8 B ; 0 C 8 > = 2 7 0 = 6 4 B C 7 4 < 0 : 4 D ? > 5 C 7 4 A 4 E 8 4 F 1 > 0 A 3 0 = 3 F 8 ; ; 0 ; ; > F 5 > A 2 > < < 4 A 2 8 0 ; ; 8 2 4 = B 4 7 > ; 3 4 A B F 7 > 0 A 4 8 B B D 4 3 0 2 8 C 0 C 8 > = C > A 4 2 4 8 E 4 0 5 0 8 A 7 4 0 A 8 = 6 1 4 b 5 > A 4 0 = 8 < ? 0 A C 8 0 ; 1 > 0 A 3 t K 4 7 0 E 4 F > A : 4 3 4 G C 4 = B 8 E 4 ; H C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 ? A > 2 4 B B C > 1 A 8 = 6 5 > A C 7 6 > > 3 ? D 1 b ; 8 2 ? > ; 8 2 H 5 > A > D A 2 8 C 8 I 4 = B t 4 F 8 ; ; 2 > = C 8 = D 4 C > F > A : C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 0 ? ? A > ? A 8 0 C 8 > = B ? A > 2 4 B B C > < 4 4 C C 7 4 = 4 4 3 B > 5 C 7 4 2 > = B C 8 C D 4 = C B 8 = > D A 3 8 B C A 8 2 C N B 0 8 3 ( 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C 0 C 8 E 4 4 B 7 4 0 A B t & C 7 4 A ; 4 6 8 B ; 0 C 8 > = C 7 0 C 8 B F > A : 8 = 6 C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 ? A > 2 4 B B 0 3 3 A 4 B B 4 B C 7 4 1 D 3 6 4 C 5 > A $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H b 6 0 = 3 G ? > 4 = C 4 A 3 3 8 C 8 > = 0 ; ; H F 0 C 4 A ? A > 9 4 2 C B 0 A 4 0 ? A 8 > A 8 C H 5 > A 0 ; ; 2 > D = C 8 4 B 0 = 3 F 8 ; ; 1 4 3 4 C 4 A < 8 = 4 3 C 7 A > D 6 7 2 > = 5 4 A 4 = 2 4 > 5 C 7 4 > D B 4 0 = 3 ) 4 = 0 C 4 1 D 3 6 4 C B t A 0 = C 0 ? ? ; 8 2 0 C 8 > = B C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 4 ? 0 A C < 4 = C > 5 ) C 0 C 4 0 = 3 4 ? 0 A C < 4 = C > 5 = E 8 A > = < 4 = C 0 ; ' A > C 4 2 C 8 > = 0 A 4 5 D = 3 4 3 8 = C 7 4 > D B 4 1 D 3 6 4 C 0 = 3 F 8 ; ; 1 4 3 4 L = 4 3 8 = 2 > = 5 4 A 4 = 2 4 t b r r n r t f n r t r f r * 7 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H ) 2 7 > > ; > 0 A 3 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 B 2 7 4 3 b D ; 4 3 5 > A * D 4 B 3 0 H ? A 8 ; 0 C ? t < t 8 B 1 4 8 = 6 < > E 4 3 C > C 7 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 4 = C A 0 ; ) 2 7 > > ; B $ 4 3 8 0 4 = C 4 A t * 7 4 A 4 0 B > = 5 > A C 7 4 < > E 4 8 B 1 4 2 0 D B 4 ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C > D 6 A > F = ? ; 0 = B C > A 4 2 > 6 = 8 I 4 > E 4 A B C D b 3 4 = C B 5 > A C 7 4 ? A > 6 A 4 B B C 7 4 H 7 0 E 4 < 0 3 4 8 = C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; B 8 b ( 4 0 3 H ? A > 6 A 0 < t b b t b b r b f n r t r

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April 4 From 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. there will be a community Easter egg hunt at the Madison County Recreational Park. The event is hosted by Lake Park of Madison Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation and is free for children ages 0-5 and 6-10. All children must be accompanied by an adult and come prepared with an Easter basket. A light snack will be provided. Pictures with the Easter Bunny are available for $3 and will be available for pick up on Friday, April 10, at the front desk of Lake Park of Madison. The Madison County Recreational Park is located at 753 SW Anastasia Way, just off of Highway 90, next to the Madison County High School. April 7 A Þrst time home buyer series begins at the Madison County Extension Service, starting at 6 p.m. It will continue on the 8th, 14thand 15th. Upon completion, participants will receive a certiÞcate that can be used for the SHIP program and Rural Development home loans. To register, call (850) 973-4138. April 8 The 55 Plus Club will meet at 12 p.m., at the United Methodist Center. The program is a Fashion Show featuring styles from the Madison United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Thrift Store. The different clothing styles will include: sleepwear, formal wear, country/western, costume, Sunday best, lazy days of summer, casual and others. Lunch will be served at the start. April 10 The Senior Citizens Center is holding an indoor yard sale from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Items for sale will include housewares, clothing, designer purses, crafts, baked goods and more. There will also be live entertainment. Booths may be rented for one day at $12.50 or $25 for both days. April 11 The Senior Citizens Center is holding an indoor yard sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Items for sale will include housewares, clothing, designer purses, crafts, baked goods and more. There will also be live entertainment. Booths may be rented for one day at $12.50 or $25 for both days. April 11 Annual walk for A Women's Pregnancy Center. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., and the walk will start at 9 a.m. Participants will meet at the Madison courthouse and the walk will proceed to Lake Frances, circle the lake, and come back to the courthouse where it will end. Persons who raise $150 or more will win a free tshirt. However, t-shirts will be available for anyone to purchase at the event. All are invited to participate. For more information, contact A Women's Pregnancy Center at (850) 973-6970. April 7 Madison County E.M.S. and SSTRIDE has teamed up to offer free "Hands-Only" CPR training to community members. The class will be Tuesday, April 7 from 5:30-8 p.m., at North Florida Community College. This is open to 6thgraders to adults. Those who are interested in attending one of the nine available classes must register. For more information or to register for "Hands-Only" CPR training, please contact Selena Phillips at (850) 4642667, texts welcomed, ormadisonsstride@hotmail.com. April 20 Madison County E.M.S. and SSTRIDE has teamed up to offer free "Hands-Only" CPR training to community members. The class will be on Monday, April 20 from 3:45-6 p.m., at James Madison Preparatory High School Auditorium. This is open to 6thgraders to adults. Those who are interested in attending one of the nine available classes must register. For more information or to register for "Hands-Only" CPR training, please contact Selena Phillips at (850) 4642667, texts welcomed, ormadisonsstride@hotmail.com. April 29 Madison County E.M.S. and SSTRIDE has teamed up to offer free "Hands-Only" CPR training to community members. The class will be Wednesday April 29 from 14:30 p.m., at Madison County Central School gym. This is open to students 6th-12thgrade.Those who are interested in attending one of the nine available classes must register. For more information or to register for "HandsOnly" CPR training, please contact Selena Phillips at (850) 464-2667, texts welcomed, or madisonsstride@hotmail.com. May 8 Relay for Life will be holding their annual event for the American Cancer Society, located at the MCHS track. The event starts at 6 p.m. and will end at midnight. Come out and enjoy food, entertainment and fun activities while helping to raise money for the Þght against cancer. COMMUNITY NEWS4 » Friday, April 3, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderObituary Thank youJuanita Sapp Cruce, age 91, died Tuesday, March 31, at Southern Living for Seniors, in Madison, Fl. Funeral services will be at 4 p.m., on Friday, April 3, at Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel with burial at San Pedro Cemetery, Madison. Visitation will be one-hour prior to the service from 3-4 p.m., at Beggs Funeral Home. She was born in Madison County, Fl. on January 9, 1924 and lived here all her life. She was self-employed as a beautician for 40 years before retiring. She was a member of Moseley Hall Missionary Baptist Church. She is survived by one son, David Cruce, of Madison; two grandchildren: Brandon Floyd, of Tampa and Chandra Cruce Smith (Gareth), of Madison; and two great-grandchildren: Cody and Riley Smith, of Madison. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, (850) 973-2258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting the website atwww.beggsfuneral.com. Jail Report Mar. 24 Mar. 31 March 24 Kimberley Ann Bizzle Ð Criminal registration. Alesha Elizabeth Wing Ð Violation of parole (circuit). Darron Lewis Davis Ð Violation of parole. Robert Lee Baynard Ð Bond revocation. Michael Patrick Duffy Ð Drug possession of psilocybin mushrooms. Jay Anthony Johnson Ð Violation of parole (circuit) and resisting ofÞcer without violence. Mike Anthony Gordie Ð Violation of parole (circuit). March 25 Antonio Davis Ð Violation of parole. Elizabeth Ann Berry Ð Obstruction by disguised person. Kevin Leon Bell, Jr. Ð Violation of parole (circuit). Sandra Denise Gee Ð Violation of parole (circuit). Rudolph Marshall Ð Violation of parole (circuit). March 27 Anthony Jerome Hamilton Ð Violation of parole (circuit). Whildin Zeak Barrett Ð Battery/spouse abuse. Mitchell Randall Ð Misuse of 911 or E911 system. March 29 George Ryan Keller Ð Two arrest warrants. March 30 Don Martha Dutse Ð Driving knowingly while license suspended or revoked. Chase Michael Roland Ð Possession of controlled substance, contraband in county detention facilities, possession of controlled substance under 20 grams and posses/manufacture/deliver/advertise of a controlled substance. Stanford Joseph Hunter Ð Criminal registration. Thomas Shelton Weatherspoon, Jr. Ð Introduction of contraband and unlawful compensation. March 31 Megan Kobielnik Ð Child abuse, misuse of 911 and resisting an ofÞcer with violence. Kyndell Browning Page Ð Violation of parole. Donnie Anton Watson Ð Out of county warrant.Juanita Sapp CruceInformation in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc., by the Madison County Sheriff's OfÞce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identiÞed in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001. B u s i n e s s C a r d D i r e c t o r y I would love to thank each and everyone who helped me and my family during the loss of my sister, Evelyn Williams Reeves. This is my way of reaching out and thanking you for everything you did for me and my family. God bless each and every one of you. 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A close look at the 1850 Census shows four Gornto families living in Madison, Fl. The heads of these families were Nathan L. Gornto, David M. Gornto (“rst child of Nathan), Elijah D. Gornto (eighth child of Nathan) and James Barnett Gornto (tenth child of Nathan). There were no Gornto families listed in Madison on the 1840 Census but a study of the birth dates of those on the 1850 Census reveals that the families moved down during the early to mid-1840s. Nathan L. Gornto (1779-1861) Nathan L. Gornto was born in September 1779 in Onslow, N.C. He was one of a group of Onslow County people who moved to Bulloch Co., Ga. between 1800 and 1802. He was married in Bulloch Co. on October 16, 1802 to Easter (or Esther) Elizabeth Burnett, born 1781 in Onslow Co. She had moved with her widowed mother and brothers, John and Daniel, to Bulloch Co. shortly before 1802. Nathan and his family moved to Irwin Co. in early 1820. There he served as Tax Collector in 1825 and 1826, as Justice of the Peace from 1827-1831 and as Trustee of the Poor in 1827. They moved again in 1830 to Lowndes Co., where he served as Justice of the Peace, 1834-1845. Nathan served as a private under Capt. Robert D. Bradley in the 13thRegiment Florida Militia, December 28, 1837 to February 11, 1838, in the Seminole Indian Wars. His sons, Elijah D. and David were also privates in the same company. After the death of his daughter, Ellender, in 1847, Nathan and his wife moved to Madison, Fl. until 1858 when they moved back to Brooks, Ga. with their son, Joel. When Joel died in the small pox epidemic, Nathan went back to Florida to live with his son David. Nathan “rst appears on the Madison census in 1850 with his wife. He died October 22, 1861 in Madison and Easter died 1864 in Madison. They were both buried in the Fayetteville Cemetery, Dixie Co., Fl. Nathan and Easter were the parents of: 1. David, born September 25, 1804 in Bulloch, GA; died May 19, 1864 (some sources show his death date as May 8) in Lafayette, Fl. He came with his parents to Irwin Co. and was married there on November 20, 1827 to Eliza Ann Allen, daughter of James Allen, the “rst Sheriff of Irwin County. Eliza was born November 27, 1811 in N.C. and died December 1, 1871 in Dixie, Fl. David served with his father as a private in the 13 Regiment Florida militia during the Seminole Indian Wars. In 1841, David moved with his family to Madison, where he homesteaded lands and made his home. In 1867, he moved to the newly created Lafayette County, Fl. (in the portion that later became Dixie County). He and his wife are buried in the Fayetteville Cemetery, Dixie, Fl. 2. Joel Ashley, born November 7, 1806 in Bulloch, Ga.; died in October 22, 1860 in Brooks, Ga. On July 4, 1837 in Lowndes, Ga., he married Mary Joyce Blair, daughter of William Blair and Mary Joyce. She was born December 29, 1810 in Screven, Ga. and died March 10, 1889 in Brooks, Ga. They were both buried in the Mount Zion Campground in Brooks, Ga. Joel and Mary Joyce were the parents of: Nathan L., born 1838 in Brooks Co., Ga., who married Mary D. Strickland; Mary Miriam, born 1840 (it is believed that she married W. B. Davis); Sibbiah Easter, born 1843 married John Lee and later John Thomas Seay; William Blair, born 1845 who married Martha J. Taylor; Hannah Elizabeth, born 1847; Rhoda, born 1849; Martha born 1851 and Joel Ashley, born 1855 who married Camilla Hiers. 3. Hannah, born February 22, 1809 in Bulloch, Ga.; died 1846 in Dade City, Pasco, Fl. On November 8, 1838 in Lowndes (now Brooks), Ga., she and William C. McLeod were married. He was born December 15, 1811 in Bryan, Ga. and died December 5, 1886 in Hernando Co., Fl. They were the parents of Mary Jane McLeod Croft, William C. McLeod, and David McLeod. 4. Ellender, born April 11, 1811 in Bulloch, Ga.; died December 21, 1847 in Brooks Co., Ga. It appears that she never married. 5. Polly H., born February 18, 1813 in Bulloch Ga.; died May 11, 1822, Bulloch, Ga. 6. John J., born May 8, 1815 in Bulloch, Ga.; died about 1867 in Tampa, Fl., He married Jane Blair on December 7, 1835, daughter of William Blair and Mary Joyce. He later married Martha Jane Connell, daughter of James Isaac Connell, on April 19, 1846. 7. William, born 1816 in Bulloch, Ga.; died 1817 in Bulloch, Ga. 8. Elijah D., born September 3, 1817 in Bulloch, Ga.; died December 6, 1886 in Suwannee, Fl. On December 18, 1838, he married Susan Ann Allen, who was born about 1820 and died in 1913 in Suwannee, Fl. They are both buried in the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Live Oak, Suwannee, Fl. 9. Elizabeth H., born August 25, 1821 in Irwin, Ga.; died 1862. She married Simeon Duggar Allen on March 30, 1843. He was born about 1820. 10. James Burnett, born May 17, 1824 in Irwin, Ga.; died 1901 in Brooks, Ga. He “rst married Margaret Ann Blanton on July 28, 1840 in Valdosta, Lowndes, Ga. She was born March 1, 1819 in Sampson, N.C. He later married Levicy Mehala Dean on February 10, 1849. David M. Gornto (1804-1864) David M. Gornto was the “rstborn son of Nathan L. Gornto and Easter Burnett. He married Eliza Ann Allen, born about 1811 in North Carolina, on November 20, 1827 in Irwin, Ga. David and his family were shown living next door to Nathan and his family on the 1850 Census. David and Eliza were the parents of: 1. Hannah, born about 1830 in Lowndes, Ga.; died 1870 in Alachua, Fl. She married William P. Lightfoot on September 8, 1847 in Madison, Fl. 2. Nancy Elizabeth, born 1833 in Lowndes, Ga.; died 1916 in Madison, Fl. On January 8, 1851, she married Emanuel Waters, son of William Waters and Cecilia Brewton. He was born about 1829 in Tattnall, Ga. and died September 5, 1895 in Alachua, Fl. Emanuel was a Confederate soldier who enlisted May 15, 1862 at the Confederate Camp in Huston, Fl. He died because of an injury he received during the battle of The Wilderness in May 1864. Nancy is buried in the Fayetteville Cemetery, next to her family in Dixie, Fl. Emanuel was buried in Townsend Cemetery, Gilchrist, Fl. 2. John Jarrett, born about 1836 in Lowndes, Ga.; died January 1, 1892 in Perry, Fl. He “rst married W. B. Davis on April 4, 1861 and later married Sarah A. Tucker, daughter of Elijah and Margery Tucker. John Gornto and Sarah Tucker were parents of David Madison and John Mitchel Gornto. John enlisted in Company C, Florida 7thInfantry Regiment on April 25, 1862 at Gainesville, Fl. He received a disability discharge from Company C, 7thInfantry Regiment Florida on Aug. 9 1862. He served in Captain Stubbs Regiment of Munnerlyn's Battalion, from March 1864 till May 1865. He Died Jan. 1 1892 in Perry, Taylor, Florida. John was killed trying to settle an argument between two of the big cattlemen in Taylor County, Fl. 3. Mary M., born 1839 in Lowndes, Ga.; died 1865 in Lafayette, Fl. 4. Thomas J., born January 4, 1841 in Lowndes, Ga.; died December 31, 1909 in Lafayette, Fl. It appears he had three wives: Nancy A. Carter, Mary E. Gornto and Georgia A. Fuqua. Thomas served as a Private in Co. C, 4thFlorida Infantry, CSA. He was buried in the Fayetteville Cemetery, Old Town, Dixie, Fl. 5. James Mills, born 1842 in Madison, Fl.; died Dec. 1863 in Rock Island, Ill. Private James Mills Gornto enlisted on April 23, 1862 in Camp Lee, Fl. He fought in the Battle of Missionary Ridge on November 25, 1863 where he was captured. He was sent to Rock Island Barracks Military Prison in Illinois. It is possible that he died from his wounds but there was also a smallpox epidemic at the prison. 6. Eliza Jane, born about 1847 in Madison, Fl. She married “rst George Washington McCollister on June 24, 1872 in Lafayette, Fl. She later married Washington McCollister on June 26, 1872. Eliza died 1877 in Lafayette, Fl 7. Joel Joseph, born 1848 in Madison, Fl.; died 1849 in Madison, Fl. 8. Francis Marion, born April 12, 1849 in Madison, Fl.; died 1959 in Suwannee, Fl.. He married Sallie C. Fry on June 21, 1873 in Suwannee, Fl.. He was buried in the Antioch Cemetery, Suwannee, Fl. 9. Sarah Ann, born 1852 in Madison, Fl.; died 1874 in Lafayette, Fl. 10. Anna Amanda, born 1853 in Madison, Fl.; died sometime between 1874 and 1880. 11. David Mitchell, born October 20, 1856 in Madison, Fl.; died January 27, 1907 in Madison, Fl. He married “rst Mary A. Delanye in 1882 and later married Movice A. Long on February 27, 1889 in Taylor, Fl.. David was buried in Rocky Sink. Elijah D. Gornto (1817-1886) There was another Gornto family shown in Madison on the 1850 U.S. Census. This was the family of Elijah D. Gornto. Elijah was born in September 1817 in Bulloch, Georgia, a son of Nathan L. Gornto and Easter Burnett. He married Susan Ann Allen on December 18, 1838 in Madison, Fl. They were the parents of: 1. James D., born 1841 in Lowndes, Ga.; died 1863 in Tn. 2. Mitchell C., born 1843 in Lowndes, Ga. He served as a private in the War Between the States in Co. C, 4thFlorida Infantry. According to the war records, he enrolled on May 11, 1862 at the age of 19 years, in Jacksonville, Fl. He died January 2, 1863 of casualties of Prestons Brigade in the battles in front of Murfreesboro, Tenn., December 31, 1862 to January 2, 1863. 3. William George Washington, born April 1846, in Lowndes, Ga.; died January 17, 1935 in Putnam, Fl. The 1860 U.S. Census shows him living with his parents and siblings in Madison, Fl. On July 5, 1863 in Madison, Fl., William married Vivenia Eugenia Patterson, daughter of John Patterson and Sarah Smith. The 1880 U.S. Census shows him and his wife living in Precinct 9, Suwannee, Fl. She was born October 1, 1847 and died June 13, 1929 in Grandin, Fl. He had served during the Civil War with the First Florida Light Artillery and was by 17 miles from General Lees headquarters when he surrendered. At the time of Williams death, he was the only surviving Confederate soldier of Putnam Co., Fl. For more than 50 years, he was a railroad man, retiring in 1910 to enter the grocery business. Both of them are buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Putnam, Fl., along with a lot of other family members. They were the parents of: Charles, born 1869; Arie, born about 1870 in Albany, Daugherty, Ga; Allie, born 1873; Frances, born February 14, 1874; Ida, born 1877; William Dowman, born October 2, 1879 in Columbia, Fl. and died August 15, 1967 in Grandin, Fl.; Drucilla, born August 17, 1880 in Wellborn, Fl. and died November 18, 1960. She married George Williamson; Molly Rebecca, born January 28, 1883 and died September 29, 1971; and Ada Summer“eld, born June 21, 1888, Wellborn, Fl. and died 1980. She married Robert Brooks. 4. Francis Marion, born in April 1849 in Madison, Fl.; died about 1959 in Suwannee, Fl. On June 21, 1873 in Suwannee, Fl., Francis married Sallie C. Fry. He was buried in the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Live Oak, Suwannee, Fl. 5. Mary J., born 1853 in Madison, Fl. (twin sister of Martha P.) 6. Martha P., born 1853 in Madison, Fl. (twin sister of Mary J.) 7. John Mills, born April 3, 1856 in Madison, Fl., married Ella Epperson. 8. Susan America, born about 1860 in Madison, Fl., married William Luther Whit“eld, son of John Whit“eld and Rebecca Williams, on January 30, 1883 in Suwannee, Fl. He was born June 7, 1857 in Thomas, Ga. and died December 19, 1911 in Suwannee, Fl. 9. Florida V., born about 1861 in Madison, Fl. 10. Elijah D., born about 1863 in Madison, Fl. James Burnett Gornto (1824-1901) The last Gornto family shown in Madison, Fl. on the 1850 U.S. Census was that of James Burnett Gornto. James was born May 17, 1824 in Irwin, Ga., another son of Nathan L. Gornto and Easter Burnett, and he died April 15, 1901 in Quitman, Brooks, Ga. By the time of the 1860 and 1870 Censuses for Madison, Florida, there was only one Gornto family that remained in Madison„that of Elijah D. Gornto and his wife, Susan. They moved to Suwannee Co., Fl. before 1880. Elijah died in 1886 and Susan lived until 1913. They were both living in Suwannee Co. at their death and were buried in the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Live Oak, Suwannee, Fl. By the 1880 U.S. Census, there were no Gorntos remaining in Madison, Fl. This information was provided by the Madison Genealogy Society members. If you have any corrections or additions we would very much appreciate you sharing that information with us so that we can correct our data. If you are interested in joining the Genealogy Society you can reach us at MCGenealogySociety@live. com. COMMUNITY NEWSmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, April 3, 2015 «5SUBMITTEDBYMADISONGENEALOGYSOCIETY NEXT CONSIGNMENT/SWAP MEET SALEWhen: Saturday, May 2nd10a.m. … 3 p.m. Where: Rt. 255 & I-10, Exit 262, LEE, FL ----------------------------------------------For Sale on our lot now : 2004 Chrysler Sebring Convertible......... 3,995.00 2002 Jeep Cherokee Laredo...................... 3,995.00 1997 Ford F-250 Ext. 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And while there are a number of issues youll need to think about, careful planning can increase the likelihood that youll have financial success as you enter this new chapter in your life. Discuss Your Financial History Marriage is the union of two separate individuals ... and their finances. While talking about money can be a stressful topic for many couples, youll want to sit down and discuss your financial history and your future spouses financial history before you merge your money. Start out by taking stock of each of your respective financial situations. You should each make a list of your individual assets (e.g., investments, real estate) and any liabilities (e.g., student loans, credit card debt) you may have. This is also the time to address items such as how much each of you earns and if either of you has additional sources of income (e.g., interest, dividends). Map Out Your Financial Future Together An important part of financial planning as a couple is to map out your financial future together. Where do you see yourself next year? What about five years from now? Do you want to buy a home together? If you decide to start a family, would one of you stay at home while the other focuses more on his or her career? Together you should make a list of short-term financial goals (e.g., paying off wedding debt, saving for graduate school) and long-term financial goals (e.g., retirement). Once you have decided on your financial goals, you can prioritize them by determining which ones are most important to each of you. After youve identified which goals are a priority, you can set your sights on working to achieve them together. Consider Integrating Employee And Retirement Benefits If you and your future spouse have separate health insurance coverage, youll want to do a cost/benefit analysis of each plan to see if you should continue to keep your health coverage separate. If your future spouses health plan has a higher deductible and/or copayment or fewer benefits than those offered by your plan, he or she may want to join your health plan instead. Youll also want to compare the premium for one family plan against the cost of two single plans. In addition, if both you and your future spouse participate in an employersponsored retirement plan, you should be aware of each plans characteristics. Plans may differ as to matching contributions, investment options, and loan provisions. Review each plan together carefully and determine which plan provides the better benefits. If you can afford to, yo u should each participate to the maximum in your own plan. Stacy Bush has practiced independent financial advising in the Valdosta area for 14 years. Growing up on a farm in Donalsonville, Georgia, he is keen to the financial needs of South Georgia and North Florida families. Stacy and his wife, Carla, live in Valdosta with their four children. You can submit questions about this article to askstacybush@lpl.com Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC. The opinion voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. Stacy Bush, President Bush Wealth Management Pioneers of Madison CountyThe Nathan L. Gornto Family

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The Madison County JV Cowboys defeated Hamilton County on Monday, March 30, by a whopping 19 runs. Those runs were accumulated in just the first three innings of the game. Drew Annett stole the scene on the mound. Hamilton managed only two hits off the pitcher. He allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out five. On the other hand, Hamilton County's pitcher was no match for the Cowboys. Six hitters managed eight hits off Hamilton, with 14 RBIs and 13 runs scored. The first inning saw a single by Trey Adams and a single by Hunter Burt. A bases loaded walk, an error, a walk by Dustin Bass, a two-run error, a two-run single by Drew Herring and a single by Jarrett Briggs came in the second inning. The third inning saw a whopping eight runs. The Cowboys scored on a bases loaded walk, a two-run error, a double by John Flournoy, a hit by pitch, a walk by Dustin Bass and a groundout by Hunter Burt. Stand-out players in the stats included John Flournoy, who went a perfect 2-2, racking up a single, a double, an RBI and three runs; Jarrett Briggs, who went 3-2, racking up two singles, three RBIs and two runs; and Trey Adams, who went 1-1, scoring one single, two RBIs and three runs. The Madison County High School Varsity Cowboys have been battling on the diamond this season. They have been up and down, as Head Coach, Terry Barrs, puts it; however, he asserts, if they do well in the rest of their district games, they will be right where they want to be. There have been several stand-out players this season; Akevious Williams has a home run under his belt and CJ Bell leads the Cowboys with his batting average. Pitching efforts by Gabe Miller, Dillon Burns, Jacob Johnson and Akevious Williams have been outstanding. In fact, Burns pitched a no-hitter in the Cowboys' match up against Taylor County. Monday, March 23, saw success for the Cowboys, as they beat the Taylor County Bulldogs, 10-0. Burns threw an impressive no-hitter, striking out eight and walking one. In the Þrst, Cody Lange hit a single, scoring two runs. The boys made two runs in the third inning, and the fourth inning brought about action when the Cowboys scored four runs on an error, a wild pitch and a two-run error. The Þfth inning saw two more runs. Akevious Williams starred in the Taylor matchup, going 3-4, driving in one and scoring three runs. He singled in the Þrst, third and fourth. While the Cowboys lost against DeerÞeld Beach on March 24, they came back ready to attack on March 30, against Hamilton County. The Cowboys defeated Hamilton, 8-7, in a well-deserved close victory. Once again Akevious Williams starred; this time, on the pitching mound, as well as at bat. Williams racked up two RBIs on one hit for the Cowboys, and singled in the fourth inning. In addition, Hamilton County only managed to get one hit off of Williams, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out one. The game changed lead Þve times, however in the seventh inning, the Cowboys would take the lead for good when a passed ball scored Cody Lange and Jacob Johnson. The Cowboys play today, April 3, at 4 p.m. at East Gadsden and on Monday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m., against Godby at Boothill. Both are district games and extremely important for the Cowboys' standing. Come and show your support as the boys duke it out on the Þeld! 6 » Friday, APRIL 3, 2015 » madison Enterprise-recorderSPORTS Varsity Cowboys rack up wins against Hamilton and Taylor, local rivals SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc. SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc.Photo SubmittedThe 2015 Madison County Cowboys Varsity baseball team. In the front row, pictured from left to right, are: Steven Walden, Gabe Miller, Jacob Johnson, Caleb Hollingsworth, Dillon Burns, Devarion Edwards and Alex Tyson. In the back row, pictured from left to right, are: Coach Brad Robinson, Coach Terry Barrs, Jerry Jackson, Cody Lange, CJ Bell, Akevious Williams, Jarvis McQuay, Ryan Tramell , Seth Ragans, Coach Jason Fletcher and Coach Zach Dykes. JV Cowboys defeat Hamilton County, 19-1 JV Lady Warriors beat Dixie County, 11-3, and wrap up season, 4-9Photo SubmittedThe JV Lady Warriors “nished the season with a 4-9 record and a big win against Dixie County; the “nal score was 11-3. The girls played impressively against Dixie County and several players stuck out during the match-up. Katie James went 3-2, with one triple, scoring two runs; Keira Evans went a perfect 11, scoring one run; Lindsey Davis accumulated one hit and scored two runs; Cali Burkett made one hit, scored two runs and made three assists; Hailey Clark came out with one hit, one run and one assist; Olivia Walton gained a run and an assist and both Summer Dee and Skylar Dickey accumulated a run a piece, bringing the total tally to 11. The Lady Warriors displayed hard work, dedication and team spirit, not only in their game against Dixie, but throughout the season. In the front row, pictured from left to right, are: Keira Evans, Lindsey Davis, Anna Lee Trest and Olivia Walton. In the middle row, pictured from left to right, are: Anna Key, Hailey Clark, Skylar Dickey, Katie James, Summer Dee, Dalayna Nolan and Cheyanne Gordon. In the back row, pictured from left to right, are: Coach Danny Deason, Heather James, Hanna Lewis, Cali Burkett and Coach James Burkett.

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This past Tuesday evening, March 31, Madison County’s Relay for Life organization held their annual Survivor Dinner to honor and celebrate those people in Madison whose lives have been affected by cancer. The room held more than its share of survivors, but also caregivers made up of family and friends, who were recognized for their support of the survivors. All the survivors, along with their caregivers were photographed, as they arrived, for a special memoir photo. The Survivor Dinner was held in Fellowship Baptist Church’s Fellowship Hall. Approximately 60 guests were served a wonderful meal consisting of baked chicken, baked beans, rolls, cole slaw, drink and desert. The evening began by each guest registering at the registration table, which was manned by Big Bend Hospice employees. Sheila Grifn, Relay For Life Community Manager, welcomed all the guests and then Bryant Thigpen blessed the food. Following the delicious meal, Stephanie Thigpen shared her story of cancer, taking guests on her journey of Glioblastoma, from diagnosis to today’s healing. Her words were encouraging and the crowd was attentive as she spoke to survivors and caregivers about her faith and expectation of healing. She also acknowledged her need for the support of family, friends and church and how important they were to her recovery. Thigpen said there were times she was so weak it was hard to take care of herself and was thankful for her mother who was always by her side taking care of her throughout her entire sickness. She is now cancer free, married to Bryant Thigpen and the mother of a four-year-old son and a tenmonth-old baby daughter. A special highlight to any event, is the Door Prize segment of the evening. Tickets were drawn and the winners got to choose their door prize off the table. All door prizes were donated by local businesses. Final remarks of the evening were given by Jessica Webb, Relay For Life committee member. The guests appeared to have a good time and were light of heart as the night drew to a close. Part of the success, said Webb and Thigpen, was the generosity and support received from the community by way of food, gifts, donations and time. Sponsors who donated, and ensured there was an event, included: * A Main Street Realty, Co. * Amy Y. Bartow Photography * Bows, Britches, & Tutus * Betty Conley * Daylight Salon *Fellowship Baptist Church * Food Giant * Ashley Hutchinson * Ken’s Bar-B-Q * Pilgrim’s Pride * O’Neals Restaurant * Sweet Tees & More * TL Nails * Winn Dixie *Fellowship Youth Band (provided some great music and played through most of the evening, for the guests’ enjoyment.) All Madison County citizens are invited to come out and support Relay For Life on Friday, May 8, from 6 p.m. midnight at the Madison County High School football eld. All cancer survivors are invited to walk the rst lap of the night, during the “Survivor’s Lap.” You may register online atwww.relayforlife.org/madisonand receive a “Survivor” t-shirt, or you may register at the survivor’s booth the day of the relay. However, there will only be a few t-shirts available the night of relay and they will be handed out on a rst-come-rst-served basis. In order to guarantee a t-shirt, you must register online. RELAY FOR LIFE BANQUETmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, APRIL 3, 2015 «7 Banquet Honors Madison County’s Cancer Survivors The pictures of the survivors and caregivers (taken during the Banquet) will be available for pickup during the Relay For Life Event at the Realtors of Madison booth. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Emerald Greene Parsons March 31, 2015Attending the annual Survivors Dinner/Banquet together for good food and fellowship were (left to right): Minnie Lee Newborn, Sharon Shadrick, Eloise Tinell, Darlene Buchanan and Helen Hart. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Emerald Greene Parsons March 31, 2015Cody Cimiotta and his mother Connie Cimiotta were both lucky winners of door prizes during the Survivors Dinner/Banquet, Tuesday night. They won a purple quilt and a plaque reciting Proverbs 31:21. Connie is a survivor of Multiple Myeloma, a type of bone cancer. Her son attended the banquet with her, as her caregiver. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Emerald Greene Parsons March 31, 2015Madison County Relay For Life Committee Members were on hand during the recent Survivors Dinner. Pictured in the back row, from left to right, are: Keith Ruff, Logistics Co-Chair; Johnathan Cooks, Entertainment Co-Chair; Sheila Grif“n, Community Mana ger; and Della Webb, Entertainment Co-Chair. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are: Stephanie Ruff, Logistics Co-Chair; Denise Bell, On-line Chair; Jessica Webb, Team Chair; and Stephanie Thigpen, Survivor Chair. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Emerald Greene Parsons March 31, 2015The Big Bend Hospice employees were on hand to welcome guests to the annual Survivors Dinner Tuesday evening. They helped register the guests and pass out the door prize tickets. Pictured fom left to right, are: Phyllis Williams, Michelle Brantley and Betty DeLaughter.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Emerald Greene Parsons March 31, 2015The cancer survivors attending the recent Survivor Dinner posed together for a photograph. Pictured in the back row, from left to right, ard: Dan Burnham, Coye Webb, Helen Hart, Minnie Lee Newborn, Lloyd Hadden, Peggy Alexander, Tracy Fox, James Anderson, Jimmy Dixon and Eli Curl. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are: Deloris Washington, Trecia Smith, Bonnie Cimiotta, Sam McGhee, Annie Holton and Stephanie Thigpen. EMERALDGREENEPARSONSGreene Publishing, Inc.

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Excellent experience for someone anticipating a career in physical therapy or sports medicine. Interested parties please send resume with cover letter to cbaker@tospt.com or fax to 850-973-1261. T O S P T NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will be considered for enactment by the City Commission of City of Madison, Florida, at a public hearing on April 14, 2015 at 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member of the public at the Ofce of the City Clerk, City Hall located at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida. On the date, time and place rst above mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the ordinance. ORDINANCE NO. 2015-2 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF MADISON COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, CPA 15-01, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE, AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP BY CHANGING THE FUTURE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 4 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO RESIDENTIAL, MEDIUM DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the dates, times and places of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notices regarding the matter will be published, unless said continuation exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the above referenced public hearing. All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at the public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact 352.463.3169 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service 800.955.8771.4/3 NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will be considered for enactment by the City Commission of City of Madison, Florida, at a public hearing on April 14, 2015 at 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City Hall located at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member of the public at the Ofce of the City Clerk, City Hall located at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida. On the date, time and place rst above mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the ordinance. ORDINANCE NO. 2015-3 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE ZONING OF LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDR 15-01, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE; AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF MADISON LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICT FROM RESIDENTIAL, (CONVENTIONAL) SINGLE FAMILY (R-1B) TO OFFICE, RESIDENTIAL (OR) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the dates, times and places of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further notices regarding the matter will be published, unless said continuation exceeds six calendar weeks from the date of the above referenced public hearing. All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at the public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact 352.463.3169 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service 800.955.8771.4/3

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r f r n r t b IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2014-102-CA MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY BANK Post Office Box 834 Madison, Florida 32341 Plaintiff, vs.FORECLOSURE AND O THER RELIEF LUCAS R. CRUCE a/k/a LUCAS RAY CRUCE, SR. 2809 SW Moseley Hall Road Madison, Florida 32340; AMBER A. CRUCE 2809 SW Moseley Hall Road Madison, Florida 32341; unknown tenants; and other unknown parties in possession, including the unknown spouse of any person in possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased, the surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under or against that Defendant, and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the named or described Defendants, Defendants. _______________________________/ NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1), FLORIDA STATUTES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered on March 24, 2015, in the above styled action I, Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court, will sell at public sale the following described real property: A parcel of land in Section 32, Township 1 South, Range 8 East, Madison County , Florida. More particularly described as follows; Commence at a concrete monument on the North right of way (R/W) line of State Road S-360 at the intersection of East line of NW 1/4 of said Section 32 and run South 76 degrees 30 Minutes West across said SR S-360 375.6 feet to R/W concrete monument at P.C. at Station 372+68.75on South R/W line of said SR S-360; thence South 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds West (base bearing) along said South R/W line 1586.11 feet to the Northeast corner and POB of the herein described parcel; thence South 12 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds East 253.0 feet; thence South 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds West parallel with said R/W line 175.0 feet; thence North 12 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds West 253.0 feet to said South R/W line; thence North 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds East along said R/W line 175.0 feet to the POB. Parcel being part of the W1/2 of said Section 32. Parcel Identification Number: 32-1S-08-0755-002-000 The sale will be held on April 23, 2015, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as possible, provided that said sale must be commenced prior to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the West door of the courthouse in Madison County, in Madison, Florida, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the owner of the above described property as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Sondra Williams, court administrator, Post Office Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056, telephone:(386)758-2163, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated:March 24, 2015. TIM SANDERS, As Clerk of the Court By: /s/ Renata Keeling As Deputy Clerk March 27, 2015 and April 3, 2015 -1b b r f b r b I N THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR M ADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA C ASE NO. 2015-19-CP IN RE:ESTATE OF ALICE E. HAMMOND Deceased. ______________________________________ N OTICE TO CREDITORS T he administration of the estate of ALICE E. HAMMOND, deceased, whose date of death was January 30, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County,F lorida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives a ttorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against t he decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN S ECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is March 27, 2015. 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