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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
Place of Publication:
Madison, FL
Publisher:
Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
May 31, 2013
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English

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Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates:
30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note:
Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding:
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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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33284795 ( OCLC )
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" + < > 3 8 b ( 2 / 9 7 7 3 = = 3 9 8 / < = @ 9 > / . ? 8 + 8 3 7 9 ? = 6 C > 9 + < < C 9 ? > > 2 / , 3 . . 3 8 1 : < 9 / = = b # / B > 3 > A + = > 3 7 / 0 9 < 8 / A , ? = 3 8 / = = b & / / 8 > 6 C 7 / < 1 / 8 C " + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > 3 < / > 9 < ( 9 7 3 = 9 < / ; ? / = > / . > 2 / F < / . 3 = > < 3 > 7 + : , / 2 + 8 1 / . 3 8 9 < . / < > 9 9 < < / > : < 9 , 6 / 7 = A 2 3 2 2 + @ / 9 ? < < / . 3 8 > 2 / : + = > 3 8 6 ? . 3 8 1 @ 9 6 ? 8 > / / < F < / . / : + < > 7 / 8 > = + 8 = A / < 3 8 1 + 6 6 = 3 8 > 2 / 3 < . 3 = > < 3 > > 2 + > 9 ? 6 . 2 + @ / , / / 8 / + = 3 6 C + 8 = A / < / . , C @ 9 6 ? 8 > / / < F < / . / : + < > b f f n r f b f f b n r f b f f n r f

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The Madison County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism invite you to join us in our 34thAnnual Down Home Days Festival & Parade on April 18th, 2015. Our parade has always been one of the most anticipated events of our festival, and your participation will make it all the more memorable. This years theme is " SLAM DUNK FOR EXERCISE. Ž Parade line-up begins at 8:30 a.m. at the entrance of North Florida Community College (behind ONeals Restaurant.) The parade will begin promptly at 10 am. The parade lineup will be posted in the Chamber office window on Thursday, April 9th, 2015 and on the Chamber Facebook pages, I Love Madison County, Florida and Down Home Days at 5 p.m. Safety: Candy, toys, beads, and other objects cannot be thrown from the parade units for the safety of small children. All vehicles with greater than 15 horsepower will flow single-file down the parade centerline. No lurching or accelerating toward spectators is permitted. The safety of spectators and participants is paramount. Gunfire and other small explosions, such as firecrackers, etc. are not permitted so as to not frighten small children and senior citizens. Anyone who violates these rules or otherwise endangers or frightens the public will be asked to leave the parade. We would like to discourage walkersŽ in the parade, (except for the purpose of distributing beads or candy to the crowd.) Children must not be encouraged to approach floats at any time, other than marching formations. Walkers must accompany a float or vehicle and maintain the pace of the parade at all times. All other parade entries will be asked to ride in their vehicle or float. The Chamber of Commerce is not responsible for any loss, theft or damage to personal property or any personal injury. Appropriate Themes: As the Down Home Days becomes more popular: we are looking to upgrade the appearance of all events, including the parade. We are trying to encourage entries which interest the public including bands, marching units, floats, antique automobiles and equestrian units. Please ensure that any signs attached to your entry are professionally painted and are large enough to be read from 100-feet away. Military salutes are always appreciated. For all who would like to have an entry in the Down Home Days Parade, please contact the Greater Madison County Chamber of Commerce at (850) 973-2788. Congressman Ted Yoho has taken a position on Right to Life. Do you know what it is? Lets see what he told the Congress, according to the January 21, 2015 Congressional Record, p. H 463: I stand here today in defense of the thousands of unborn children whose lives were ended through no fault of their own. These children are precious gifts and cannot defend themselves. They do not have the luxury to debate whether or not society should recognize them as living beings. As a Christian and the proud father also of three children, I strongly believe in the sanctity of life and that it begins at conception. My heart aches for the thousands of unborn children who will never have that chance to experience the wonder of life. Life is truly a miracle granted through the grace of natures God, and I am here today to say every life is a gift and every life does matter. It has been 42 years since the Supreme Court made their ruling in Roe vs. Wade. Since that ruling, an estimated-and I want to repeat this, an estimated55 million lives have been lost. That is more than the total population of the northeast States. That is more than the population of the State of California. Future generations will look back and judge us. They will judge us on our failure to protect the most innocent among us. They will judge us on our failure to protect the most innocent among us. They will judge us for allowing infanticide, human genocide of our next generation yet to come. This week, the defenders of life in the thousands have and will come to Washington, D. C., to support the sanctity of life. This has grown into the largest pro-life event in the world. I want them to know we will keep fighting to defend the silent, unborn child. How can we as a nation have laws that protect the embryo of a sea turtle or bald eagle but yet refuse to protect the same of our own species? Shouldnt the lives of the unborn children matter as much as these in the eyes of the law? These lives, these gifts, these human beings deserve to be protected and defended. Saturday is Special in Madison On April 11, the annual walk for A Womens Pregnancy Center will be held. Registration at the historic Courthouse starts at 8:30, with the walk starting at 9 a.m. From the courthouse, the walk will proceed to Lake Frances, circle the lake, and return to the courthouse where it will end. Persons who raise $150 or more will win a free t-shirt. However, t-shirts will be available for purchase at the event. All are invited to participate. For more information, contact A Womens Pregnancy Center, at (850) 973-6970. We are here, and we must occupy! Dont let it be said that we were looking for you and that you were not there! VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS2A » Friday, April 10, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderMadison County Extension ServiceLetters to the EditorFire is everyones “ghtConservative CornerIts Financial Literacy MonthSmoke alarms save livesDoes Anyone Care?April is National Financial Literacy Month, a designation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to raise public awareness about the importance of “nancial education. Everyday Americans make “nancial decisions that affect our long term “nancial stability. According to supporters of the resolution, “nancial literacy is an issue that should command our attention because many Americans are not adequately managing their “nances for education, healthcare and retirement. According to national surveys, the savings rate is low, while Americans owe over $850 billion in credit card debt. To complicate matters, while the mortgage industry is slowly coming out of a crisis, foreclosures are still high. All of these issues increase the need for consumer knowledge of money and “nance. Education is the key to help move Americans 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 to the National Endowment for Financial Education, surveys show as few as ten hours of education can in”uence the practices and “nancial knowledge of young people. Financial literacy needs to start early in a childs life. Early decisions about how to spend an allowance gives a child practice in decision making skills. Parents can help kids practice the concepts of planned spending and saving for a future purchase, a simple piggy bank can be the “rst step. All consumers, regardless of age, need to understand the decision making process of spending, saving and wise use of credit. Adults need to sharpen their consumer skills and learn about managing money and making sound “nancial decisions. To learn more about managing money, contact the Madison County Extension of“ce. We have consumer information to help you get organized and headed down the path of “nancial stability. DIANNDOUGLAS NELSONA. PRYORGuest Columnist Let your voice be heardLetters to the editorare accepted and published each week in the Madison Enterprise-Recorder as space is available. Send letters to P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, Fl. 32341 or news@greenepublishing.com Congressman Ted YohoSmoke Alarms save lives when properly placed (near or in bedrooms) and maintained (batteries changed when needed) and tested monthly. A recent house “re in New York City claimed the lives of seven children, aged “ve to 15 years old. A mother and daughter were the only survivors. The “re started on the “rst ”oor of a two-story home and there were no smoke alarms found on the “rst or second ”oor. PLEASE test your smoke alarms monthly to make sure the alarm is working and as a reminder of what the alarm sounds like. If you are elderly or have an elderly person in your home contact the Madison Senior Citizens Center (9734241) and let them know that you need a smoke alarm. Madison Fire Rescue has smoke alarms that we can give to and install for persons over 55 years old. The Madison Fire Rescue Department responded to a tragic house “re in March 1998 where “ve people to include a pregnant mother and four children were killed and no smoke alarms were found in the home. There have been other fatal “res that have occurred in Madison County but that “re was the worst because of the number of children. Fatal “res are devastating to the family involved and also to the responders. Smoke contains carbon monoxide and other toxins and can kill you in your sleep! Keep your bedroom doors closed while sleeping! This may provide more time to escape or wait for rescue! Smoke alarms are designed to wake and alert you in the event of a “re! Please test your smoke alarms monthly and replace batteries when needed. Have at least one smoke alarm on each ”oor and near the bedroom area(s). Have a “re escape plan and teach children what to do when the alarm sounds (practice your plan at least twice a year). Call 911 after you and your family get out of the home and never go back inside a house that is on “re. Any questions about “re safety? Please contact your local “re department or call the numbers below. Please feel free to call (850) 9735075 with any questions you may have about smoke alarms or to request assistance with any existing smoke alarms that you have in your home. Any group(s) that would like to have someone come out and speak about smoke alarms or any other “re safety topics, please contact Chief Bruce Jordan (850) 253-5117 or email: bruce.jordan@cityofmadison”.com. Being Easter season and Spring, I was excited to get some baby chicks. I called Upholds Feed and Hound to see which of their buildings I needed to enter to buy the chicks. I was concerned because I would be using a walker, and wanted to make sure I would have access. When I told Upholds I would be using a walker, the lady who was helping me said "It would be our honor to take care of you while you wait in your car. When you arrive, just blow your horn and we will come out to assist you." That is exactly what they did, although I did not need to blow my horn because there was a gentleman already outside to help me. I ordered my little chicks from the parking lot, they brought them to me, and I also paid from my car. I believe the lady who helped me was one of the owners. Her kindness and thoughtfulness lifted my spirits. The next day I again called Upholds to let them know one of the chicks would not eat. This time, I spoke with a young man. He told me to bring the chick back and they would exchange it for another one. Their customer service is just excellent, and I wanted to let the Madison community know what lovely people the folks at Upholds are. Sincerely, Peggy Minter2015 Down Home Days ParadeThe Easter spirit Bruce Jordan Did you know...J.K. Simmon has been the voice of the yellow peanut M&M since the late 1990s.

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H > 5 C 7 4 f n f n = B C A D 2 C 8 > = 0 ; ' 4 A B > = = 4 ; E 0 ; D 0 C 8 > = ) H B C 4 < b * 7 4 = C 7 4 1 > 0 A 3 0 ? ? A > E 4 3 C 7 4 0 6 A 4 4 < 4 = C F 8 C 7 + 2 7 8 2 0 6 > < ? 0 2 C # # 5 > A B B 4 = C 8 0 ; B C 7 4 A 4 E 8 B 4 3 9 > 1 3 4 B 2 A 8 ? C 8 > = 5 > A 0 = 4 F 7 8 4 5 2 0 3 4 < 8 2 & 5 L 2 4 A 0 ; 8 B C > 5 B 2 A 4 4 = 4 3 B 2 7 > > ; E > ; D = C 4 4 A B ? 4 A B > = = 4 ; 2 7 0 = 6 4 B B C 0 5 L = 6 C 0 1 ; 4 A 4 E 8 B 8 > = B 0 = 3 ? 4 A < 8 B B 8 > = C > 0 3 E 4 A C 8 B 4 5 > A = > = 8 = B C A D 2 C 8 > = 0 ; ? > B 8 C 8 > = B b ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C A > F = ? A > 2 4 4 3 4 3 C > D ? 3 0 C 4 C 7 4 1 > 0 A 3 > = C 7 4 2 D A A 4 = C 2 > = B C A D 2 C 8 > = ? A > 9 4 2 C B C 0 C 8 = 6 2 > ; 3 ; D = 2 7 4 B F > D ; 3 1 4 B 4 A E 4 3 0 C $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 8 6 7 ) 2 7 > > ; 1 4 6 8 = = 8 = 6 ? A 8 ; f B > C 7 4 : 8 C 2 7 4 = 2 0 = 1 4 2 ; > B 4 3 0 ; ; > F 8 = 6 5 > A 2 > = B C A D 2 C 8 > = B > C 7 4 2 0 5 4 C 4 A 8 0 2 0 = 1 4 L = 8 B 7 4 3 8 = 0 C 8 < 4 ; H < 0 = = 4 A b * 7 4 = 4 F A > > 5 0 C $ ) F 7 8 2 7 8 B 1 H 5 0 A C 7 4 1 8 6 6 4 B C 0 = 3 < > B C = > C 4 0 1 ; 4 2 7 0 = 6 4 0 C C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; F 8 ; ; 1 4 2 > = B C A D 2 C 4 3 B > > = 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B C F > = 4 F 4 = C A H F 0 H B > = 1 > C 7 B 8 3 4 B > 5 C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; b & C 7 4 A 2 7 0 = 6 4 B C 7 4 ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C < 4 = C 8 > = 4 3 0 A 4 = 4 F F 0 C 4 A C 0 = : B F 7 8 2 7 F 8 ; ; 1 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 3 = 4 0 A C 7 4 E 8 B 8 C > A B J B 8 3 4 > 5 C 7 4 1 0 B 4 1 0 ; ; L 4 ; 3 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B 8 = 5 A 0 B C A D 2 C D A 4 2 7 0 = 6 4 B B D 2 7 0 B ? ; D < 1 8 = 6 0 = 3 4 ; 4 2 C A 8 2 b A > F = 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 C 7 0 C C 7 4 = 4 F 2 7 0 = 6 4 B F > D ; 3 1 4 0 4 B C 7 4 C 8 2 0 ; ; H ? ; 4 0 B 8 = 6 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B C A 4 = 3 B 4 C C 8 = 6 b > 0 A 3 < 4 < 1 4 A , 4 C C 0 0 6 0 = B ? > : 4 D ? 0 B B 4 A C 8 = 6 B 7 4 7 0 3 A 4 2 4 8 E 4 3 ? 7 > = 4 2 0 ; ; B 5 A > < ? 0 A 4 = C B F 7 > F 4 A 4 2 > = 2 4 A = 4 3 0 1 > D C C 7 4 D = L = 8 B 7 4 3 2 > = B C A D 2 C 8 > = ? A > 9 4 2 C > = C 7 4 A > > 5 > 5 A 4 4 = E 8 ; ; 4 ; 4 < 4 = C 0 A H J B 6 H < b ) 7 4 8 = 5 > A < 4 3 C 7 4 ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C C 7 0 C 5 D = 3 B F 4 A 4 0 ; ; > C C 4 3 C > C 7 4 2 > = B C A D 2 C 8 > = ? A > 9 4 2 C ; 0 B C H 4 0 A 0 = 3 8 C 7 0 B H 4 C C > 1 4 2 > < ? ; 4 C 4 3 b ' 0 A 4 = C B 0 = 3 B C 0 5 5 0 A 4 2 > = 2 4 A = 4 3 5 > A C 7 4 B 0 5 4 C H > 5 C 7 4 2 7 8 ; 3 A 4 = 0 = 3 7 0 E 4 A 4 @ D 4 B C 4 3 0 C 8 < 4 5 A 0 < 4 5 > A F 7 4 = C 7 4 A > > 5 F 8 ; ; 1 4 L = 8 B 7 4 3 b K A 4 > D A B C D 3 4 = C B 0 C A 4 4 = E 8 ; ; 4 ; 4 < 4 = C 0 A H E 0 ; D 0 1 ; 4 > A = > C N @ D 4 B C 8 > = 4 3 0 6 0 = b ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C A > F = 2 ; 0 8 < 4 3 7 4 2 > D ; 3 = > C ? A > E 8 3 4 0 C 8 < 4 5 A 0 < 4 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H 1 D C 7 4 F > D ; 3 B 4 4 C > 8 C C 7 0 C C 7 4 ? A > 1 ; 4 < 8 B 0 3 3 A 4 B B 4 3 1 4 5 > A 4 C 7 4 = 4 G C < 4 4 C 8 = 6 F 7 4 A 4 7 4 F > D ; 3 C 7 4 = 1 4 0 1 ; 4 C > ? A > E 8 3 4 C 7 4 > 0 A 3 F 8 C 7 < > A 4 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = b % 4 G C 8 C F 0 B C 8 < 4 5 > A ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C 8 C 4 < B b A > F = 8 = 5 > A < 4 3 C 7 4 > 0 A 3 C 7 0 C $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H 4 = C A 0 ; ) 2 7 > > ; B 8 = 2 4 C 7 4 H < > E 4 3 5 A > < 0 = C > 0 A 0 = : 8 = 6 A 4 2 4 8 E 4 3 0 A > D = 3 f n n n 5 A > < C 7 4 B C 0 C 4 b K * 7 > B 4 5 D = 3 B = > A < 0 ; ; H 1 4 2 > < 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 . B 2 7 > > ; B 0 A 4 = > C 8 L 4 3 > 5 C 7 4 8 = 2 > < 8 = 6 5 D = 3 B / B > < 4 C 8 < 4 8 = & 2 C > 1 4 A > A % > E 4 < 1 4 A 0 = 3 H > D 6 4 = 4 A 0 ; ; H 7 0 E 4 5 A > < C 7 0 C ? > 8 = C D = C 8 ; 4 1 A D 0 A H 5 > A C 7 4 ) . ) 2 7 > > ; 3 E 8 B > A H > < < 8 C C 4 4 / 0 = 3 C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 7 > F C 7 4 < > = 4 H F 8 ; ; 1 4 B ? 4 = C N B 0 8 3 A > F = b 4 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 C 7 0 C C 7 4 H 3 8 3 = > C A 4 2 4 8 E 4 = > C 8 L 2 0 C 8 > = 8 = 4 = > D 6 7 C 8 < 4 0 = 3 > C 7 4 A 3 8 B C A 8 2 C B 7 0 E 4 A D = 8 = C > C 7 4 ? A > 1 ; 4 < 0 B F 4 ; ; b ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C A > F = B C A 4 B B 4 3 C 7 4 8 < ? > A C 0 = 2 4 > 5 5 0 8 A ; H 0 = 3 4 @ D 8 C 0 1 ; H 3 8 B C A 8 1 D C 8 = 6 C 7 4 < > = 4 H C > 4 = B D A 4 2 ; 0 B B A > > < C 4 0 2 7 4 A B 0 = 3 B C 0 5 5 A 4 2 4 8 E 4 C 7 4 8 A 5 0 8 A B 7 0 A 4 b K 4 = 4 4 3 C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 > = 2 4 0 = 3 5 > A 0 ; ; 7 > F F 4 2 0 = 1 4 B C 3 4 0 ; F 8 C 7 C 7 8 B B 8 C D 0 C 8 > = N B 0 8 3 A > F = b K C 7 > D 6 7 C 8 C F 0 B B 4 C 5 > A C 7 C 7 0 C 0 ; ; C 7 4 C 4 0 2 7 4 A B C 7 0 C C 0 D 6 7 C 8 = C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; 3 D A 8 = 6 C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; H 4 0 A F 4 A 4 C 7 4 > = 4 B F 7 > F 4 A 4 4 = C 8 C ; 4 3 C > 8 C N B C 0 C 4 3 > 0 A 3 < 4 < 1 4 A 0 A C ; 5 > A 3 b C C > A = 4 H * > < ( 4 4 E 4 B B ? > : 4 D ? 0 B B 4 A C 8 = 6 K 7 0 C F 4 B 7 > D ; 3 1 4 3 > 8 = 6 8 B 2 > = C 0 2 C 8 = 6 & 0 = 3 L = 3 8 = 6 > D C C 7 4 8 A ; 4 6 0 ; A 4 2 > < < 4 = 3 0 C 8 > = 1 D C C 7 4 H J A 4 = > C A 4 B ? > = 3 8 = 6 B > F 4 0 A 4 ; 4 5 C C > > D A > F = 3 4 E 8 2 4 B b N 4 2 > = C 8 = D 4 3 K * 7 4 F 0 H C 7 4 B C 0 C D C 4 A 4 0 3 B 8 B C 7 0 C C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; B F 7 > 0 A 4 A 4 F 0 A 3 4 3 C 7 8 B < > = 4 H 0 A 4 C > 7 0 E 4 C 7 4 8 A B C 0 5 5 0 = 3 ) 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 6 4 C C > 6 4 C 7 4 A 0 = 3 2 > < 4 D ? F 8 C 7 0 ? ; 0 = b b b 8 = C 7 4 B C 0 C D C 4 8 C B 0 H B 8 C 7 0 B C > 1 4 3 8 B C A 8 1 D C 4 3 1 H C 7 0 C ? ; 0 = 0 = 3 F 7 0 C J B E 4 A H 2 > = 5 D B 8 = 6 C > < 4 8 B C 7 8 B 8 C B 0 H B 8 5 C 7 4 H 2 0 = = > C A 4 0 2 7 0 = 0 6 A 4 4 < 4 = C 1 H 4 1 A D 0 A H C 7 4 = C 7 4 H 7 0 E 4 0 5 0 D ; C ? A > E 8 B 8 > = C 7 0 C B 0 H B C 7 0 C 8 C 7 0 B C > 1 4 3 8 E 8 3 4 3 0 < > = 6 C 7 4 2 D A A 4 = C 2 ; 0 B B A > > < C 4 0 2 7 4 A B b b b 1 D C 8 C J B 6 > 8 = 6 C > B C > ? A 8 6 7 C 7 4 A 4 F 8 C 7 H J 0 ; ; 0 = 3 H > D J A 4 6 > 8 = 6 C > 7 0 E 4 C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 7 > F H > D F 0 = C C > 8 = C 4 A ? A 4 C C 7 0 C B C 0 C D C 4 0 = 3 H > D > D 6 7 C C > 7 0 E 4 1 4 4 = 6 8 E 4 = 6 D 8 3 0 = 2 4 5 A > < & 1 D C C 7 4 H J A 4 = > C B > > = 2 4 0 6 0 8 = H > D 6 D H B 7 0 E 4 0 C > D 6 7 2 0 ; ; b N > 0 A 3 < 4 < 1 4 A " 4 = = H 0 ; ; B ? > : 4 D ? B 0 H 8 = 6 K C J B A 4 0 ; ; H B 8 < ? ; 4 b # 4 C C 7 4 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 6 4 C C > 6 4 C 7 4 A 0 = 3 F 7 0 C 4 E 4 A C 7 4 H 2 > < 4 D ? F 8 C 7 C 7 0 C J B F 7 0 C F 4 J ; ; 3 > b N 4 2 > = C 8 = D 4 3 K 4 J E 4 6 > C C 7 4 < > = 4 H B > F 7 0 C H > D 3 > 8 B ; 4 C C 7 4 ) 3 > C 7 4 8 A 9 > 1 0 = 3 ; 4 C C 7 4 < 3 4 2 8 3 4 F 7 0 C C 7 4 H J A 4 6 > 8 = 6 C > 3 > b N 0 6 0 = 0 3 3 4 3 K 0 = 3 ; 4 C C 7 4 0 3 < 8 = 8 B C A 0 C > A B B C 0 H > D C > 5 8 C N 0 B C 7 4 3 4 2 8 B 8 > = < D B C 1 4 0 = 0 6 A 4 4 < 4 = C 1 4 C F 4 4 = 5 0 2 D ; C H 0 = 3 C 7 4 ) 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 b K 5 8 C F 0 B D ? C > < 4 4 E 4 A H B 8 = 6 ; 4 ? 4 A B > = F 7 > F 0 B 4 < ? ; > H 4 3 7 4 A 4 ; 0 B C H 4 0 A F > D ; 3 A 4 2 4 8 E 4 < > = 4 H 5 > A C 7 4 8 A 2 > = C A 8 1 D C 8 > = M 3 > = J C 2 0 A 4 F 7 0 C C 7 4 H 3 > N B 0 8 3 ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C A > F = b K D C A 8 6 7 C = > F F 7 0 C 5 A D B C A 0 C 4 B < 4 8 B C 7 0 C F 4 J A 4 1 4 8 = 6 ? > 8 = C 4 3 0 C . 0 B 0 C 5 0 D ; C / F 7 4 = C 7 8 B 8 B B C 0 C D C > A H C 7 4 B C 0 C D C 4 2 ; 4 0 A ; H B 0 H B C 7 0 C 2 D A A 4 = C 2 ; 0 B B A > > < C 4 0 2 7 4 A B 0 A 4 C 7 4 > = 4 B C 7 0 C 6 4 C C 7 4 < > = 4 H B > F 4 7 0 E 4 C > B 8 C 7 4 A 4 0 = 3 L 6 D A 4 > D C F 7 0 C 0 2 ; 0 B B A > > < C 4 0 2 7 4 A 8 B 0 = 3 ; > > : 8 = C 7 4 B C 0 C D C 4 b 2 ; 0 B B A > > < C 4 0 2 7 4 A 8 B 8 = B C A D 2 C 8 > = 0 ; ? 4 A B > = = 4 ; b b b 4 J A 4 C A H 8 = 6 C > B C 0 H F 8 C 7 8 = B C 0 C D C 4 B B > C 7 0 C F 4 2 0 = 3 > C 7 8 B C 7 4 0 ? ? A > ? A 8 0 C 4 F 0 H b N 0 ; ; A 4 C > A C 4 3 K J < = > C 6 > 8 = 6 C > B 8 C 0 = 3 ; 8 B C 4 = C > 0 1 D = 2 7 > 5 ; 0 F H 4 A B J > ? 8 = 8 > = B > = B > < 4 C 7 8 = 6 b N 4 2 > = C 8 = D 4 3 K 5 C 7 4 H 3 > = J C ; 8 : 4 8 C C 7 4 H = 4 4 3 C > C 0 : 4 0 ; ; > 5 C 7 4 < > = 4 H 1 0 2 : > A F 4 J A 4 6 > 8 = 6 C > 3 > F 7 0 C F 0 B 8 = C 4 = 3 4 3 C > 3 > b b b 4 J E 4 6 > C C > 0 2 2 4 ? C F 7 0 C 4 E 4 A C 7 4 B C 0 5 5 0 = 3 ) 3 4 2 8 3 4 B b * 7 4 H 2 0 = 3 4 2 8 3 4 C > 6 8 E 4 8 C C > C 7 4 C 4 0 2 7 4 A B F 7 > F 4 A 4 7 4 A 4 > A F 4 A 4 = J C 7 4 A 4 ; 0 B C H 4 0 A 8 C J B D ? C > C 7 4 < b N ; 5 > A 3 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 C 7 0 C F 7 4 = 8 C F 0 B 3 4 C 4 A < 8 = 4 3 C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; F 0 B 6 0 8 = 8 = 6 0 ; 4 C C 4 A 6 A 0 3 4 C 7 4 1 0 ; ; B 7 > D ; 3 7 0 E 4 B C 0 A C 4 3 A > ; ; 8 = 6 C 7 4 = A 0 C 7 4 A C 7 0 = F 0 8 C 8 = 6 D = C 8 ; C 7 4 ; 0 B C < 8 = D C 4 C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 > = < > = 4 C 0 A H 3 8 B C A 8 1 D C 8 > = b ( 0 H A 8 5 L = 2 ; 0 A 8 L 4 3 C 7 0 C & 7 0 3 F 8 C 7 7 4 ; 3 C 7 4 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = D = C 8 ; A 8 3 0 H ! 0 = D 0 A H f r 1 D C C 7 4 4 < 0 8 ; B F 4 A 4 = J C A 4 2 4 8 E 4 3 D = C 8 ; 0 5 C 4 A C 7 4 F 4 4 : 4 = 3 ? A > E 8 3 8 = 6 > = ; H L E 4 1 D B 8 = 4 B B 3 0 H B C > A 4 B ? > = 3 b 4 0 B B 4 A C 4 3 7 4 < 0 3 4 2 > = C 0 2 C F 8 C 7 & F 7 > 0 ? > ; > 6 8 I 4 3 5 > A C 7 4 3 4 ; 0 H 0 = 3 A 4 2 > < < 4 = 3 4 3 C 7 4 H B C 8 2 : C > B C 0 C D C 4 b 0 ; ; ? A > 2 4 4 3 4 3 C > < 0 : 4 0 < > C 8 > = C > 0 < 4 = 3 C 7 4 0 6 4 = 3 0 C > 0 ; ; > F C 7 4 > 0 A 3 C > E > C 4 > = C 7 4 8 B B D 4 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H 8 = B C 4 0 3 > 5 F 0 8 C 8 = 6 D = C 8 ; 0 ; 0 C 4 A 3 0 C 4 b 4 F 0 B B 4 2 > = 3 4 3 1 H 0 6 0 = b * 7 4 1 > 0 A 3 E > C 4 3 C 7 0 C C 7 4 ) 2 > < < 8 C C 4 4 1 4 6 8 E 4 = C 7 4 > ? ? > A C D = 8 C H C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 7 > F C > 3 8 B C A 8 1 D C 4 C 7 4 5 D = 3 B 0 = 3 C 7 4 = ? A 4 B 4 = C C 7 4 8 A ? A > ? > B 0 ; C > C 7 4 > 0 A 3 0 C C 7 4 = 4 G C < 4 4 C 8 = 6 B > C 7 4 H 2 0 = E > C 4 > = 8 C 0 = 3 2 7 4 2 : B 2 0 = 1 4 2 D C b * 7 4 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 F 0 B C 7 4 = 2 ; > B 4 3 C > C 7 4 ? D 1 ; 8 2 8 = > A 3 4 A C > 3 8 B 2 D B B C F > 4 G ? D ; B 8 > = B b * 7 4 = 4 G C $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H ) 2 7 > > ; > 0 A 3 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 8 B ? A 8 ; f 0 C ? b < b 0 C C 7 4 > D = C H & 5 L 2 4 > = F H b r % > A C 7 b? A 4 E 8 > D B ; H E > C 4 3 C > 0 2 2 4 ? C C 7 4 ; 0 = 3 8 5 # 4 4 3 4 2 8 3 4 3 = > C C > b * 7 4 2 > D = 2 8 ; E > C 4 3 D = 0 = 8 < > D B ; H C > 0 2 2 4 ? C C 7 4 ; 0 = 3 b * 7 4 D B 4 5 > A C 7 4 ; 0 = 3 F 8 ; ; 1 4 3 4 C 4 A < 8 = 4 3 0 C 0 ; 0 C 4 A 3 0 C 4 b * 7 4 $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H ' A > ? 4 A C H ? ? A 0 8 B 0 ; F 4 1 B 8 C 4 7 0 B C 7 4 ; 0 = 3 E 0 ; D 4 0 C n b * > F = $ 0 = 0 6 4 A ! > 7 = = 3 4 A B > = 1 A > D 6 7 C D ? C 7 4 ; 0 2 : > 5 0 1 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 8 = B ? 4 2 C > A 5 > A C 7 4 * > F = > 5 # 4 4 b = C 7 4 ? 0 B C 7 0 A ; 4 B K 7 D 2 : N 8 C 2 7 2 > 2 : ) D ? 4 A 8 = C 4 = 3 4 = C 5 > A ' ; 0 = = 8 = 6 0 = 3 4 E 4 ; > ? < 4 = C 5 > A C 7 4 8 C H > 5 $ 0 3 8 B > = 7 0 B 1 4 4 = ? 4 A 5 > A < 8 = 6 C 7 4 1 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 8 = B ? 4 2 C 8 > = B 1 D C > = $ 0 A 2 7 7 4 F 0 B 8 = E > ; E 4 3 8 = 0 C F > E 4 7 8 2 ; 4 F A 4 2 : 0 = 3 F 0 B B 4 A 8 > D B ; H 8 = 9 D A 4 3 b = 3 4 A B > = C > ; 3 C 7 4 2 > D = 2 8 ; C 7 0 C C 7 4 H = 4 4 3 C > 3 4 2 8 3 4 > = 7 > F C > 7 0 = 3 ; 4 0 = 4 F 1 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 8 = B ? 4 2 C > A 4 B ? 4 2 8 0 ; ; H = > F C 7 0 C 0 < 8 ; H > ; ; 0 A 8 B ? A 4 ? 0 A 8 = 6 C 7 4 8 A 1 D 8 ; 3 8 = 6 ? ; 0 = B b = 3 4 A B > = 0 B : 4 3 C 7 4 2 > D = 2 8 ; 7 > F C 7 4 H 5 4 ; C 0 1 > D C A 4 0 2 7 8 = 6 > D C C > $ 0 3 8 B > = > D = C H C > B 4 4 8 5 C 7 4 H 2 > D ; 3 C 0 : 4 > E 4 A C 7 4 A 4 B ? > = B 8 1 8 ; 8 C H 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B ? > B B 8 1 ; H C 0 : 8 = 6 8 C > E 4 A ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H b * 7 4 2 > D = 2 8 ; 0 6 A 4 4 3 C > 0 ; ; > F = 3 4 A B > = C > ? D A B D 4 C 7 0 C > ? C 8 > = b * 7 4 = 4 G C # 4 4 * > F = > D = 2 8 ; < 4 4 C 8 = 6 F 8 ; ; 1 4 $ 0 H 0 C ? b < b 0 C " 8 = B 4 H 0 ; ; b) 0 5 4 C H 0 = 3 ) 4 2 D A 8 C H 0 C % b K * 7 4 H ? A > E 8 3 4 C 7 > B 4 > = 2 0 < ? D B F 8 C 7 0 < 4 C 7 > 3 C > @ D 8 2 : ; H 0 = 3 4 0 B 8 ; H 2 0 ; ; 5 > A 3 8 A 4 2 C 7 4 ; ? 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April 10, 1953 Presbyterian children were entertained with an egg hunt Saturday afternoon by the Sunday school. About forty children enjoyed the afternoon. Ice cream was served following the hunt. The Madison Jewelers is under the new ownership of Roy Morris, a watchmaker and experienced in jewelry stores for over eleven years. Sheriff Moore is distributing a quantity of sugar, taken in recent still con“scations, to the hospital and the school lunch rooms, “fty pounds to each. A short circuit developed Tuesday night at 10:10 oclock at the underground sub-tie at the power plant in this city and caused two oil switches to burn along with the sub-tie cable. April 9, 1954 Six persons were hospitalized and two cars were demolished as the result of an automobile accident about 4:15 p.m. Monday three miles east of Lee on US 90. The injured were Mr. and Mrs. William Honaker and daughter Kitty Sue of Yukon, Fla., who were given “rst aid treatment at the local hospital before being taken to Moody Air Base hospital, Mrs. Olene Safrank and Miss Margaret Powers of Jacksonville, who were overnight patients at Madison County hospital, and treated for multiple lacerations, bruises and shock, and Mrs. Shirley Ziegler of Jacksonville, who sustained a broken leg and other injuries and is in the Suwannee County hospital, Live Oak. Madisons “rst strike developed his Thursday morning when the carpenters on construction of the new hospital were called off the job. Albert Byrd, colored, is in the MacClenny jail on a charge of excessive speed and reckless driving as the result of an early morning escapade Sunday on US 90. COMMUNITY NEWS4A » Friday, April 10, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorder B u s i n e s s C a r d D i r e c t o r y 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. Cab Truck.............. 3,995.00 1993 Jeep Wrangler 4 X 4......................... 5,995.00 2004 Lincoln Aviator Loaded................ 4,995.00 2004 Toyota Highlander Limited.............. 8,995.00 2004 Mercury Mountaineer...................... 3,995.00 2002 Chrysler Sebring Convertible.......... 3,295.00(www.leetrader.com) Call 850-997-4343 ObituariesSteven A. HolcombRichard Walter WilliamsSteven A. Holcomb, age 60, of Lee, Fl. passed away on Sunday, March 29 at South Georgia Medical Center from complications of M.S. for which he battled courageously for many years. Steve was born on October 1, 1954 to Wayne and Antonette (Teo“lo) Holcomb in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He graduated from Appleton West in 1972 and continued his education at Fox Valley Technical College. On May 28, 1978 he married Rebecca Steeves of Neenah, Wis. and anxiously returned with his bride, boom or bust, back north to Alaska where they lived and raised their family for 22 years. The Holcombs “rst resided seven years in Tok, where Steve held an array of jobs, but his main passion at the time was seasonal “re “ghting. Steve built their log home from the ground up, harvested from Alaskas wild terrain. He was a true outdoorsman and enjoyed living off the land as an avid hunter, “sherman and trapper. He then daringly proceeded to take a risky venture in Delta Junction, Alaska carving out a 1,040-acre parcel of raw land and is a known legend to this day to have succeeded as Alaskas largest hay producer. That included creating a hunters paradise and bison sanctuary. In 1999, due to his debilitating symptoms of M.S., the family moved to Lee, Fl. A farmer, conservationist and entrepreneur at heart, Steve developed a 10acre paradise where his past few years even from his motorized chair, continued his joy of conservation practices. Above all these things, he prided himself on being a father and a grandfather. He adored spending time with his grandchildren and they adored their papa.Ž He was preceded in death by both his parents, grandparents and an infant son, Abel. He is survived by his wife of almost 37 years; his children: Gabriel Holcomb, of Adah, Pa.; Cain Holcomb, of Lee, Fl.; Christina Serene (Matthew) Moss and their children: Lily and Wyatt, of St. Augustine, Fl. and Natalie (Ross) Pickles, and their children: Ryon and baby on the way, of St. Augustine, Fl.; a sister, Suzi (Jeff) Perlewitz, of Appleton Wis.; his Auntie Clare Otto, of Lake City, Fl., and many other aunts, uncles, half brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews and children that considered him as their father and grandfather. Steves memorial service was held on Saturday, April 4 at the Church of the Nazarene, 915 Church Ave, Live Oak, Fl. at 3 p.m., with the Rev. Louis Medaris of“ciating. In lieu of ”owers, the family is requesting live Palm trees or plants that will be in his honor for years to come as this was his next anticipated project. Richard Walter Williams, age 65, died Tuesday, April 7, at South Georgia Medical Center. A memorial service will be held Friday, April 10 at 11 a.m., at Lee United Methodist Church, Lee. He was born April 16, 1949 in Madison, where he lived all his life. He was a member of #224 American Legion, Madison Elks and the 11th Armored Calvary Regiment. He spent summers in Alaska and winters in Lee. He was a member of Lee United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Vivian Williams, of Lee; one stepson, Justin Fralix, of Gainesville; one stepdaughter, Jessica Fralix, of Madison; one brother, Gary Williams, of OBrien, Fl.; two sisters: Carolyn Bibelhauser, of Louisville, Ky., and Rada Chesser, of Palatka, Fl. He was predeceased in death by his parents: R. L. and Marie Williams and three brothers: Howard, Bobby and Archie Williams. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, (850) 973-2258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting the website, www.beggsfuneral.com. Rinehart Bucior to unite in MarriageLowell and Becky Rinehart of Lee, Florida are proud to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jenny Rinehart to Matt Bucior, son of Andrew and Barbara Bucior of Greensboro, North Carolina. Jenny graduated from the University of Florida with her degree in Accounting and is currently a Certi“ed Public Accountant employed at VISIT FLORIDA. Matt graduated from Florida State University with his degree in Physics and is employed at FSU in Admissions and Records. The wedding will take place on May 9, 2015 in Tallahassee, Florida where the couple resides. Jail Report Apr. 1Apr. 4April 1 Ashley Lashay Williams … Criminal registration. April 2 Kenneth Edward Barrs … Criminal registration. David Michael Pfeffer … Criminal registration. April 3 Rodricus Darvell Jonas … Aggravated assault and assault/domestic violence. Gerald Sweat … Driving while license suspended or revoked. James Boynton Cousins … Possession of marijuana over 20 grams and possession of drug equipment. Dontea Latray Lewis … Aggravated assault. Charles Augustus Phillips … Aggravated assault. Breon Denard Walker … Possession of weapon by felon. April 4 Vernnal Anthony Alexander … Attempted murder, discharging a firearm within 100 feet of a person, using a firearm under the influence and improper exhibition of a firearm. Christopher Allan Goodbread … Driving while license suspended.Information in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc., by the Madison County Sheriffs Of“ce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identi“ed in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001.Way Back When

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C b + : < 6 = 4 : ; > > 1 9 0 1 1 = < 1 / 1 5 @ 1 0 2 < 1 1 = 8 ; 7 1 6 5 > : 2 0 5 2 2 1 < 1 9 > = 5 D 1 0 . : B 1 = A 5 > 4 < : 7 7 : 2 ; < 5 : < 5 > C 8 5 7 > ; 1 > : 3 1 > = > < > 1 0 A 5 > 4 > 4 1 5 < 1 C . ? = 5 9 1 = = 1 = b ( 4 1 C 7 = : < 1 / 1 5 @ 1 0 5 9 2 : < 8 > 5 : 9 : 9 > 4 1 ; : = > : 2 H / 1 G = 8 < 6 1 > 5 9 3 ; < : 3 < 8 / 7 7 1 0 @ 1 < C : : < 5 < 1 / > # 5 7 A 4 5 / 4 = 1 9 0 = . ? = 5 9 1 = = / 7 ? . 9 0 / 4 ? < / 4 I C 1 < = > : 1 @ 1 < C 0 : : < 5 9 # 0 5 = : 9 : ? 9 > C b > 5 = 7 = : @ 5 7 . 7 1 > : : > 4 1 < / : ? 9 > 5 1 = > 4 < : ? 3 4 > 4 1 5 < ; : = > : 2 H / 1 = 2 : < 7 : / 7 5 8 ; / > ? = 5 9 3 = ; 1 / 5 H / 0 1 8 : 3 < ; 4 5 / = b : < 8 : < 1 5 9 2 : < 8 > 5 : 9 / : 9 > / > % : = > 8 = > 1 < < 5 / < 8 5 / 4 1 7 : 2 > 4 1 # 0 5 = : 9 % : = > $ 2 H / 1 b ( 4 1 ; 4 : 9 1 9 ? 8 . 1 < 5 = n r f b t b n t r f f r f f n f b r t r t f n n f r b b t f r f n f Our column, “The Bush Wealth Advantage” is our way of giving back to the community w ith all sorts of insights, relevant news, and practical wealth planning strategies. Still Time to Contribute to an IRA for 2014916609 The Bush Wealth Advantage There’s still time to make a regular IRA contribution for 2014! You have until your tax return due date (not includ ing extensions) to contribute up to $5,500 for 2014 ($6,500 if you were age 50 by December 31, 2014). For most taxpayers, the contribution deadline for 2014 is April 15, 2015. You can contribute to a traditional IRA, a Roth IRA, or both, as long as your total contributions dont exceed the annual limit (or, if less, 100% of your earned income). You may also be able to contribute to an IRA for your spouse for 2014, even if your spouse didn’t have any 2014 income. Traditional IRA You can contribute to a traditional IRA for 2014 if you had taxable compensation and you were not age 70 by December 31, 2014. However, if you or your spouse was covered by an employer-sponsored retirement plan in 2014, then your ability to deduct your contributions may be limited or eliminated depending on yourling status and your modied adjusted gross income (MAGI). Even if you cant deduct your traditional IRA contribution, you can always make nondeductible (after-tax) contributions to a traditional IRA, regardless of your income level. However, in most cases, if youre eligible, youll be better off contributing to a Roth IRA instead of making nondeductible contributions to a traditional IRA. Roth IRA You can contribute to a Roth IRA if your MAGI is within certain dollar limits (even if youre 70 or older). For 2014, if youle your federal tax return as single or head of household, you can make a full Roth contribution if your income is $114,000 or less. Your maximum contribution is phased out if y our income is between $114,000 and $129,000, and you cant contribute at all if your income is $129,000 or more. Similarly, if youre married andle a joint federal tax return, you can make a full Roth contribution if your income is $181,000 or less. Your contribution is phased out if your income is between $181,000 and $191,000, and you cant contribute at all if your income is $191,000 or more. And if youre marriedling separately, your contribution phases out with any income over $0, and you cant contribute at all if your income is $10,000 or more. Even if you cant make an annual contribution to a Roth IRA because of the income limits, theres an easy workaround. If you havent yet reached age 70, you can simply make a nondeductible contribution to a traditional IRA, and then immediately convert that traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. Keep in mind, however, that youll need to aggregate all traditional IRAs and SEP/SIMPLE IRAs you own--other than IRAs youve inherited--when you calculate the taxable portion of your conversion. Finally, keep in mind that if you make a contribution to a Roth IRA for 2014-no matter how small--by your tax return due date, and this is yourrst Roth IRA contribution, yourveyear holding period for identifying qualied distributions from all your Roth IRAs (other than inherited accounts) will start on January 1, 2014.Stacy Bush has practiced independent Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC. 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So if you are eligible to le a claim, you must act soon.WHO IS INCLUDED?The E&PD Settlement Class includes people, businesses, other entities, and properties in the states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi, and certain counties in Texas and Florida, that were harmed by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that occurred on April 20, 2010. The website DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com has detailed descriptions and maps of the included geographic l ocations to help you determine whether you are a p art of the E&PD Settlement Class. Additionally, y ou can call 1-866-992-6174 or e-mail questions@ D eepwaterHorizonEconomicSettlement.com to nd out if a geographic location is included.WHAT ARE THE PAYMENT CATEGORIES?The settlement provides payments if you had economic loss or property damage because of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. By submitting a claim, you can request a payment in one or more of the following seven categories: Economic Damage Loss of Subsistence Vessel Physical DamageReal Property Sales Damage Vessels of Opportunity Charter Payment Coastal Real Property Damage Wetlands Real Property Damage Economic Damage payments are available for Individuals and Entities that lost prots or earnings as a result of the Deepwater Horizon Incident. Coastal Real Property payments are available for property that was physically damaged in connection with the Deepwater Horizon Incident. Detailed descriptions of all seven categories are available at the website. There is no limit on the total dollar amount of the E&PD Settlement. All qualied and timely claims will be paid in full once they are approved. The Settlement also allowed for Seafood Compensation claims, but the deadline for those claims has passed.HOW DO I REQUEST A PAYMENT?You must submit a Claim Form to request a payment. 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C , + 1 ( 2 / < / A 3 6 6 , / + = : / 3 + 6 E ! 3 = = & / 6 + C 0 9 < 3 0 / 2 + < 3 > C % ? / / 8 F < 9 A 8 / . ( 2 3 = ; ? / / 8 A 3 6 6 , / < 9 A 8 / . 0 9 < , / 3 8 1 > 2 / 9 8 > / = > + 8 > A 2 9 < + 3 = / = > 2 / 7 9 = > 7 9 8 / C + , 9 @ / + 8 . , / C 9 8 . 2 / < / 8 > < C 0 / / 0 9 < & / 6 + C 0 9 < 3 0 / ' 2 / A 3 6 6 < / / 3 @ / t + = 2 + > < 9 : 2 C < 9 A 8 0 < + 7 / . / < > 3 H + > / + 8 . / 7 , < 9 3 . / < / . , + 8 8 / < ( 2 / 9 8 > / = > + 8 > 7 ? = > < + 3 = / + > 6 / + = > t t + , 9 @ / > 2 / / 8 > < C 0 / / 3 8 9 < . / < > 9 , / / 6 3 1 3 , 6 / 0 9 < > 2 3 = > 3 > 6 / ( 2 / + < 6 C 3 < . / + . 6 3 8 / 0 9 < > 2 / t / 8 > < C 0 / / 3 = < 3 . + C : < 3 6 n t 3 8 + 6 . / + . 6 3 8 / > 9 / 8 > / < > 2 / : + 1 / + 8 > 3 = < 3 . + C ! + C n 9 < 7 9 < / 3 8 0 9 < 7 + > 3 9 8 : 6 / + = / 9 8 > + > + 8 C / 6 & ? 5 / < + > b r b f 9 < + 6 6 t f f n t r f b b r b f n r t r

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c FOR SALE HELP WANTED YARD SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED Classifieds Work Classifieds Work$15 $15(for 20 words or less) Wednesday & Friday Wednesday & Friday & on the & on the website & e-pub website & e-pubCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141 AUCTION Classifieds Classifieds Work Work$15 $15(for 20 words or less)Wednesday Wednesday and Friday and and Friday and on the website on the websiteDeadline For Classi“eds 3:00 p.m. Every Monday973-4141 Check us out on-linewww.greenepublishing.com FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. 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Size 10 Teen Dress A beautiful, elegant, ßowing emerald green dress. Has eye-catching beaded straps that criss cross in the back along with a beaded design in the front of the dress. Beautiful ßowing train. $200. 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 entire gown, built-in crinoline absolutely gorgeous. $250.Call Emerald Parsons (850) 973-3497 Leave a message.1/9 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBecome A CertiÞed Nursing Assistant Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hour, CNA prep class. No GED required if age 18. 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EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled4/8-4/24, c Lead Field Technician Needed This position requires extensive travel including weekends, some holidays and at times overseas. We do require you to have a valid driver's license, pass a back ground check and drug screen, knowledge of tools & equipment, ability to lift 50lbs, interact with customers, two (2) years crew lead experience, basic computer skills, and have professional communication skills. We prefer you have a passport and construction knowledge. We have two (2) positions available. Applications accepted Monday thru Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please apply in person at Big Top Mfg starting on Wednesday April 8. EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled4/8-4/24, c Vinyl Fabrication Operator Needed Must be able to read a tape measure to 1/4th inch. This job requires heavy lifting, reading sketches, and working with machines. There are two (2) positions available, we will only accept the Þrst ten (10) qualiÞed applications. 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Health & Wellness Guide 3B Health and Fitness Calendar If you have an event or class you would like to include in the monthly Health and Fitness Calendar, call Jessie at (850) 973-4141 or email jessie@greenepublishing.com. Mondays The Madison County Senior Center offers Tai Chi classes, every Monday, starting at 10:30 a.m. Tai Chi is a low impact exercise that improves strength, reduces pain and stiffness and can help reduce falls by building better balance. The center is located at 1162 SW Harvey Greene Drive, in Madison. For more information, call (850) 9734241. Saturday, April 11 Great Strides 5K will begin at 8 a.m., in Tallahassee at Maclay Gardens State Park. This 5K is a fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis research. Check-in begins at 8 a.m.; the walk begins at 9 a.m. In addition to the 5K, there will be childrens activities, food and festivities. To go solo, form a group or for more information, visit cff.org . Monday, April 20 Madison County E.M.S. and SSTRIDE has teamed up to offer free Hands-OnlyŽ CPR training to community members. The class will be from 3:45-6 p.m., at James Madison Preparatory High School Auditorium. This is open to 6thgraders through adults. Those who are interested in attending one of the nine available classes must register. For more information or to register for Hands-OnlyŽ CPR training, please contact Selena Phillips at (850) 464-2667, texts welcomed, or madisonsstride@hotmail.com . Wednesday, April 29 Madison County E.M.S. and SSTRIDE has teamed up to offer free Hands-OnlyŽ CPR training to community members. The class will be from 1-4:30 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 Hands-OnlyŽ CPR training, please contact Selena Phillips at (850) 464-2667, texts welcomed, or madisonsstride@hotmail.com . Thursday, April 30 Madison Medical Center is offering a free diabetes education class calledRinehart BuciorDiabetes 101 at 2 p.m. This class is available to anyone who has diabetes or has a family member with diabetes and will include information on healthy eating and living a healthy lifestyle. The class will be presented by certi“ed diabetes educator, Kay Peacock, of Novo Nordisk. Madison Medical Center is located at 235 SW Dade St., in Madison. The phone number is (850) 973-1402.

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4B Madison Enterprise-Recorder | Friday, April 10, 2015 Diabetes 101 class available About 30 million adults and children have diabetes in the United States, according to the American Diabetes Association. There is no cure for diabetes, but it can be managed by balancing the food you eat with exercise and medicine that will help you control your weight and can keep your blood glucose in the healthy range. Madison Medical Center is offering a free diabetes education class called, Diabetes 101 on Thursday, April 30 at 2 p.m. This class is available to anyone who has diabetes or has a family member with diabetes. The class will include information on healthy eating and living a healthy lifestyle. The class will be presented by certi“ed diabetes educator, Kay Peacock, of Novo Nordisk. Madison Medical Center is located at 235 SW Dade St., in Madison. The phone number is (850) 973-1402. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. MCMH offers cutting edge stroke service through TeleStroke Madison County Memorial Hospital launched their TeleStroke program two months ago on February 4. The TeleStroke program is provided to Madison County Memorial Hospital through a Clinical Af“liation Agreement with Capital Regional Medical Center of Tallahassee. The TeleStroke program allows a Stroke Board Certi“ed Neurologist in Tallahassee to assess a patient through a computerized robot with the help of an ER nurse. Using a robot, the neurologist is able to see and speak to the patient faceto-face. The robot at the hospital, named R.E.T.A (Remote Electronic TeleStroke Assistant) by the employees, is in real time, which means there are no delays in the picture that appears on the screen in front of the neurologist. A CAT scan is the “rst thing that the hospital will do when a possible stroke patient comes in. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 31, 2015R.E.T.A. is the robot that allows a neurologist at Capital Regional Medical Center of Tallahassee to assess potential stroke patients at Madison County Memorial Hospital. See MCMH On Page 5B JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc.

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After the CAT scan, a neurologist, via R.E.T.A., will evaluate the patient within 30 minutes of arrival. R.E.T.A. allows the neurologist to check the patients pupils, breath sounds, heart rate and heart sounds. Time during a stroke is critical, so making sure the patient is seen as soon as possible is vital. Every minute, two million neurons are lost in the brain during a stroke and they cannot be replaced. After the consultation, the neurologist will dictate the treatment and decide whether the patient needs to be transported to another facility or stay at Madison County Memorial Hospital. Since the program started, 11 patients have come in with a possible stroke. None of the patients met the criteria to be administered TPA, a clot busting medication. About half of the patients remained at Madison County Memorial Hospital instead of being transported. Through this program, the consultation with the neurologist is free to the patient and the hospital. Health & Wellness Guide 5B MCMHContinued from page 4B The bene“ts of walking Walking has many bene“ts, according to the American Heart Association. Taking a deliberate walk on a regular basis is often the “rst step to weight loss. While many feel reluctant to begin an exercise routine, no one should hesitate about walking, assuming a basic health beginning point. Researchers agree that regular walking is often the “rst step to a more thorough exercise program. Regular walking also reduces the onset of Type Two Diabetes in those people predisposed to the disease. Walking apparently has an overall positive affect on the blood system, including lowering sugar levels. Researchers agree that walking for at least thirty minutes on a daily basis signi“cantly reduces the occurrence of coronary heart disease. Women of all ages should know that walking has a profound impact on reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Those with high blood pressure issues are especially encouraged to begin a walking program. Monitor your pressure before the walk and after the walk, and keep a diary of all your readings. Research has shown that people dedicated to a long term walking program have a reduced incidence of both breast cancer and colon cancer. It is for the physical reasons that most people choose to walk. However, new research indicates that walking also has signi“cant bene“ts to our mental health also. Dedicated walkers have a lower rate of psychological issues and are generally more satis“ed with life. The highest scores for satisfaction came from those walkers who regularly walked with another person. The joint effort of having a friend dedicated to a common pursuit multiplied the bene“ts. The highest satisfaction rate came from those who regularly walked with a friend from church. Regardless, researchers encouraged walking at any level with a gradual increase of both time and energy expended. STORYSUBMITTED

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6B Madison Enterprise-Recorder | Friday, April 10, 2015 Madison Life Spring Clinic New Hours: 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday Friday 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Walk-ins accepted.Accepting New Patients We Do DOT Physicals (850) 973-9980Quality Healthcare Where Patients Come First Dr. Filemon PatacxilHarvey Greene PA-C Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center receives an award The Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center received the Presidents Award from their parent company last month. Pictured, sit ting, from left to right, are: Rose White, Housekeeping Supervisor; Cheryl Ellis, Dietary Supervisor; Tyler Sununu, Administrator; and Diane Denny, RN, BSN, Risk M anager. Pictured, standing, from left to right, are: Billy Blue, Maintenance Supervisor; Brittany Selph, RN, Unit Manager; Jean Carroll, Social Services; Kim Earnest , ABOM; Emma Collins, BOM; Sheryl Lee, Activities Director; Cindy Hawkins, Central Supply Director; David Bandy, ST and Therapy Manager; Kristen Tuten, RN, DON; and D iana Maurice, LPN, Admissions and PR Director. See Award On Page 7B

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Health & Wellness Guide 7B Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center received the Presidents Award from their parent company, Summit Care, last month. Summit Care is a healthcare consulting company that was founded in February of 1996 by Joe D. Mitchell and C. Guy Farmer. Summit Care is based in Tallahassee and has 12 facilities in Florida. Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center received this award over the other 11 facilities. Items that are considered for the award are patient and employee satisfaction, surveys and meeting “nancial goals. The award signi“es that our facility was rated at the top in our company as it relates to our mission: Quality focused care, one resident at a time,Ž said Tyler Sununu, Administrator at Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center. We are so proud of the staff who work tirelessly to lovingly care for our residents. They are the ones who truly make the difference for those who live here and I am so blessed to be a part of this great team and facility.Ž JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. AwardContinued from page 6B Did you know?? If you suffer from hay fever, you can get a better night's sleep if you wash your hair at bed time. Pollen is sticky and can transfer to your pillow, affecting you during the night.

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8B Madison Enterprise-Recorder | Friday, April 10, 2015 Florida Department of Health in Madison County addresses county health rankings The Florida Department of Health in Madison County recognizes the value in measuring health outcomes and, today, acknowledged the sixth annual County Health Rankings & Roadmaps tool released by the University of Wisconsin and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. This study highlights the many community factors that in”uence health and uses established data, much of which is available from the department at www.”oridacharts.com. With the release of the County Health Rankings, it is a great opportunity to educate our community to help raise awareness about the many factors that in”uence how long and how well we live,Ž said Kimberly Allbritton, Madison County administrator. Much of what in”uences our health happens outside the doctors of“ce. The health of our community depends on many different factors such as the environment, education, jobs, access to quality health care and individual behaviors.Ž These rankings are a snapshot of the health of counties across the country and they emphasize that health is not a singular effort but a combined work in progress across all community partners. The department works in collaboration with local governments, non-pro“t organizations, health care facilities, business groups, schools, faith-based organizations and many other stakeholders to improve the health of all people in Madison County. These rankings use data related to physical environments, social and economic factors, health behaviors and clinical care. In Madison County, the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is designed to address speci“c opportunities for improved health that have been identi“ed by the community. The department has partnered with many stakeholders to implement the CHIP and collaborates regularly to track progress. The Madison County School District demonstrates its commitment to the health and well-being of its students by allowing health educators from the Department of Health in Madison County to conduct evidence-based Sexual Risk Avoidance classes. The classes have helped decrease STD rates and helped improve graduation rates. The Department of Health in Madison County recognizes the many health and social bene“ts of father involvement during childhood. Madison Kiwanis purchased fatherhood curriculum that has allowed Department of Health in Madison County employees to engage and educate fathers and fathers-to-be for the last “ve years. During this period, the county has experienced a decline in the number of children living in single parent households. Our local health department has been very responsive to our requests for assistance and their staff demonstrates great concern for our students in providing respectful, engaging services that have long-term impact,Ž said Doug Brown, superintendent, District School Board of Madison County. As a former Chamber of Commerce director and as a current business owner, I place great value in building trusting, mutually bene“cial relationships. Throughout years of partnering with the Department of Health in Jefferson and Madison I have experienced great dedication and have always been treated as an equal team member,Ž said Cindy Vees, founder, Cindy Vees & Associates, Public Relations and Marketing Consultants. I see our local Department of Health staff in action at the schools, in our churches and at almost all our local activities. Im grateful for their expertise and commitment to our community,Ž said Marcus Hawkins, pastor, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Madison City Commissioner.STORYSUBMITTED

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Health & Wellness Guide 9B Is it time to cut the C.R.A.P? While Americans are beginning to panic due to a national obesity epidemic, nutritionists, health gurus and those guys from the gymŽ are recommending a clean eating lifestyle. The clean eating movement is based on avoiding pre-packaged, processed foods and choosing to eat whole foodsŽ such as whole grains, veggies, fruits, nuts, legumes, fatty “sh and lean meats. Many assert that eating food in its most natural state is the catalyst for a healthy, active and long-lasting life. Livestrong.com asserts that Loading up your diet with minimally processed, whole foods... not only provides nutrients to support healthy cell function but also helps “ght chronic disease.Ž University of Florida IFAS Extension promotes “lling your plate [9 in. in diameter] halfway with non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli, green beans, carrots or salad greens and “lling only a quarter with lean meat and the last quarter with grains or starchy vegetables. This promotes clean eating and is a great way to control one's carbohydrate intake. In addition, a plate full of vegetables ensures one feels full at the end of their meal and prevents after dinner snacking. While many are strict followers of the clean eating movement-others assert that eating processed foods and high-fat, high-calorie treats is okay in smaller quantities. Evidence Magazine, an online source dedicated to “tness, points out: Vegans believe meat is toxic and gives you cancer. Dr. Robert Lustig and others claim that fructose is a 'poison' and causes obesity and liver damage. The USDA still tells people that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease, and that whole grains should form the base of your diet. Paleo advocates claim that grains, gluten, beans, processed oils and dairy give people cancer and pretty much every other known disease. Mycotoxins are lurking in everything you eat, secretly making you fat and damaging your health. 'Processed' foods and arti“cial ingredients are dangerous. GMO's cause cancer and give you tumors. Pretty much everyone claims all trans-fats are bad for you in any amount. All of these claims are either untrue or out of context. Any food can be damaging in large enough amounts. The real question is whether or not these foods damage your health in the amounts they are normally consumed, in the context of a mixed diet. The scienti“cally valid answer to this question is 'no.'Ž So, what does one do with the overload of information? Perhaps, it all comes down to practicalities. Most agree excess of anything is harmful and eating a balanced diet and maintaining a regular excericise routine is best. Should everyone remove dairy, gluten or red meat from their lives forever or else die? Probably not. However, cutting back on the crapŽ can create a healthy, more energized you. Write this acronym on a sticky note and place it where you'll see it every day; perhaps your bathroom mirror or desk at work. Photo Courtesy of University of Florida IFAS ExtensionThe UF IFAS Extension recommends “lling one's plate halfway with non-starchy vegetables, a quarter with lean meat and a quarter with starchy veggies such as corn or potatoes. SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc. EAT LESS C.R.A.P.

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Health & Wellness Guide 11B NCADD announces 2015 NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month theme "For the Health of It: Early Education on Alcoholism and Addiction" Story Taken From https:// ncadd.org NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month, held every April, was founded by and has been sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) since 1987 to increase public awareness and understanding aimed at reducing the stigma associated with alcoholism that too often prevents individuals and families from seeking help. For the 28thAnniversary of NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month, NCADD has chosen the theme "For the Health of it: Early Education in Alcoholism and Addiction." Our theme is designed to draw attention to the pervasive impact that alcohol, alcohol-related problems and alcoholism have on young people, their friends, on families and in our communities. More than 18 million individuals or 8.5 percent of Americans suffer from alcohol-use disorders. In addition, there are countless millions of individuals, family members and children who experience the devastating effects of the alcohol problem of someone in their life. In fact, 25 percent percent of U.S. children have been exposed to alcohol-use disorders in their family. The economic cost of alcoholism and alcohol abuse has recently been estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be $223.5 billion ($746 per person) or about $1.90 per drink (see more here.) Researchers found the costs largely resulted from losses in workplace productivity (72 percent), health care expenses for problems caused by excessive drinking (11 percent), law enforcement and other criminal justice expenses related to excessive alcohol consumption (9 percent), and motor vehicle crash costs from impaired driving (6 percent). Alcoholism places an enormous emotional, physical and “nancial burden on family members and children of the person who is addicted to alcohol: 75 percent of domestic abuse is committed while one or both members are intoxicated and family members utilize health care twice as much as families without alcohol problems. Emotional and physical abuse often occurs as a result of parents or spouses losing control with family members because of alcohol. Drinking and driving causes 16,000 deaths per year, and thousands more injuries. Up to 75 percent of the crimes are committed by people under the in”uence of alcohol. Teens that experiment with alcohol before age 15 are four times more likely to become alcohol dependent when they are older than those that wait until age 20. Which is why education and prevention are co-critically important to reducing alcohol-related problems and alcoholism. Unfortunately, still too many of our children are drinking alcohol, at too early an age. Much of it goes unnoticed and unchecked by adults. Unconcerned or unaware of the health risks, lacking in other coping skills and eager to “nd peer acceptance, many teens are involved in regular alcohol use, which puts them at greater risk for alcoholism, as well as related problems like drunk driving, sexual assault and further drug use. So who is at risk for alcohol use and abuse? Often, kids who experience depression and anxiety may use alcohol in an attempt to self medicate their symptoms. Kids isolated from their family system without other positive connections may seek involvement with alcohol or drug-involved peer groups. Kids with pervasive family or school-related stress, poor coping skills and family members with drug or alcohol problems are also at increased risk. However, though some groups may be at increased risk, alcohol use among teens is such a pervasive problem that all teens can bene“t from prevention activities. Parents can help to reduce their children's risk of problem drinking by educating their kids and keeping a more watchful eye on them, especially as they enter middle school and high school. We know that high levels of parental monitoring are associated with lower levels of both high school and eventually college drinking. Research has linked parents' disapproval of underage drinking to a lower risk of alcohol use and that increased parent-child hostility has been tied to a greater likelihood of problem drinking. The month of April will be “lled with activities on local, state and national levels that work to educate people about treatment and prevention of alcoholism. Local NCADD Af“liates as well as schools, colleges, churches and countless community organizations will sponsor events that create awareness and encourage individuals and families to get help for alcohol-related problems and the disease of alcoholism. NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month raises awareness while encouraging people to make healthy and safe choices when it comes to use of alcohol. It also opens a window of opportunity to address underage drinking, which is one of the reasons why NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month is recognized in April … the beginning of prom and graduation season. To learn more about the issue of underage drinking, visit www.ncadd.org.

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