Madison County carrier
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Title: Madison County carrier
Portion of title: Carrier
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tommy Greene
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 2006
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 5, 1964.
General Note: Co-publisher: Mary Ellen Greene.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 32, no. 15 (Nov. 22, 1995).
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Wdman Killed In ATV Accident
.'By Jacdb Ber.bry continuing to trat el west on a dirt driveway on private property.
Greene Publishing, Inc. Fritz traveled west on the north dirt slioulder and the.front
A 21-ye arold woman died from injuries sustained in an end of her Yamaha Bruin ATV collided with a tree. Fritz was
ATV aceide early Friday morning at-approximately 1:10 a.m. ejected from the ATV and, during the ejection; struck her head
'Aecordii to a Florida Highway Patrol report. Rebecca on the tree.
May Fritz. 21, of Green Acres, was traveling west on a dirt dri- FHP Cpl. Brannon M. Snead was the investigating officer,
veway ofi'private property. -Fritz'traveled off the dirt driveway, as well as the homicide officer.

Brooks County,

Ga. Won't Dump

Waste Into

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
"We don't want the land-
fill" was the message received
loud and clear as Brooks
County, Ga., commissioners
voted 3-2 to oppose construc-
tion of a new landfill near the
Withlacoochee River. Approx-
imately 300 people attended
the public hearing at Walker,
Street Gym in Quitman on
Thursday evening, June 29.
The. Madison County
Commission had voted 5-0 to
adopt a resolution opposing
the landfill at its Wednesday,
June 21, meeting.
During that meeting, the
Please see Brooks County,
Page 10A

Local Man Electrocuted

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jimmy Pridgeon is not a statistic. Some
people will look at the fact that four people, on
average, die each year after being electrocuted
while trying to re-
pair microwave
ovens and say that
is what makes
Pridgeon a statis- .
tic. The people,
who knew him
best, say he was
much more than.

On June 10, as
he was attempting
to repair a mi-
crowave oven,
which had been
unplugged from its
power source,
Pridgeon received
a jolt of approxi-
mately 50,000
:tatlK. He as.

rushed to the hospital, where he was placed on
life support. He remained on life support until
his family made the decision to pull the plug on
Father's Day, June 18. He died three days later
on June 21.

(Photo Submitted)
Jimmy Ptidgeon is pictured with his
grandchild, Shawn Medders.

"If he couldn't
breathe on his own,
there. was no use in
having him on life
support; he would-
n't have wanted to
live that way," his
daughter. Launa
Bow en, said.
Launa said that
Jimmy was "a real
good man. If some-
one asked him to
come and help, my
dad was there. He
was real good with
"He was my, fa-
t h e r i aw, "
Please see Electro-
cuted. Page 3A

Pat Baker Raines
Announces Candidacy For
Madison County Commissioner,
District 2

I am Pat Baker Raines
and I am running for the of-
fice of County Commission-
er for District 2.
Unlike a lot of you I
was not born in this county.
My family, however, -loved
this county and I was raised
at Cherry Lake and attended
Cherry Lake and Madison
schools and Florida State
I was a School Board
member for four years.
Also, my job has been one
that comes in contact with
the public on a daily basis. I
am aware of a lot of the


Pat Baker Raines

needs and problems that we have in our county and I believe I
am qualified to serve as your County Commissioner. If elected I
will always endeavor to vote in your best interest.
I know if elected I cannot please everyone, but I do promise
to remember that what effects you also effects me. "Your Coun-
ty is My County"'.
I will appreciate your support and vote on September 5th.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Pat
Raines, Democrat, for Madison County Commissioner District

Christian Heritage

Academy Established

In Greenville

Light Pole
By Jacob Bembrv,

An accident in the Winn-Di\ie Shop- '
ping Center resulted in a concrete liht .

worth of danmagc to the SLiV. \\ which struck .f. ..- _i .- " : '

According to a Mladison Police De-
partment report. Richard C. Peak. 43. said
he w\as leainrg the parking lot when hi:
cell phone rang He reached do\\ in to pick
it up. Looking up. Peak :a\\ the light pole.
He didn't react quick eno-ugh to brake in
The collision sent the pole to the
ground and messed up the front end of the
Peak \%as repoitedl\ traveling 15
miles per hour %when he hit the pole He
was not injured in the accident.
MPD Patrolman Brandon Abbott was
the investigating officer.

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Shoppers were surprised when they saw an SUV, driven by FRichard C.
Peak, of Madison, collide with a light pole in the Winn-Dixie Shopping
Center. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, June 29, 2006)

By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The First Baptist Church of Greenville has just recently es-
tablished a brand new private school, Christian Heritage Acade-
my, for students who range from kindergarten twelfth grades.
Please see Christian Heritage, Page 10A

Governor Signs Bill To
Protect Florida's Children
From Online Predators

Sirmans VFD


Graduate From
First Responder
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
- Seven members of the Sir-
mans Volunteer Fire Depart-

ment were recently
First Responders.
(Photo Submitted) The seven me
The Sirmans Volunteer Fire Department stands with their First Responder certifi- taken the First
cates presented to them by Frank Garrard, their trainer. Pictured left to right are: An- course through th
thony Willoughby, Liz Connell, George Blevins, Gail Blevins, Frank Garrard, Patrick Please see Sirma
Hodge, Katie Hodge and Jim Willoughby. Page 1OA

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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Gov. Jeb Bush has signed a Child Predator CyberCrime Unit
bill into law.
The CyberCrime legislation establishes the Unit, which was
already organized under Attorney General Charlie Crist's office,
under the Florida Statutes.
Crist's office established the CyberCrime Unit as a pilot
project to aggressively pursue those who solicit children online.
The CyberCrime Unit has been responsible for the arrests of 19
offenders in less than 10 months. The agency works in coopera-
tion with local law enforcement agencies, federal agencies and
state attorneys, employing its resources and expertise to protect
Florida's children from online predators.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement maintains a
listing of sexual offenders living in the state on its website at
Please see Online Predators, Page 4A

VOL, 42 NO.'49,t Weidnesday, July 5,2006 Madison, Florida

Girls' All-Stars To Hold
Car Wash Saturday
The 10 and under Madison County All-Star Girls' Softball Team will
host a fundraiser on Saturday to raise money for a trip to the state tour-
nament in Oviedo.
You are asked to come out and -
support the girls as they earn money .
for them and their family to make the

The fundraiser will be held in
front of Odiorne Insurance, located at
600 East Base Street, next to McDon-
ald's in Madison.

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2A Madison County Carrier www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, July 5, 2006


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

Wake Up, Madison!

I am not a long time resi-
dent of Madison but I have
close ties to the community
and this article cuts deep the
issues that have puzzled me
even to this day. For example
events like Project Graduation
and Down Home Days are
featured in the newspaper
with big write-ups and plenty
of pictures. But have you no-
ticed that they don't feature
any of the many African
Americans or other minorities
that participated in these
events. I did not see the
African American Assistant'
Principal of MCHS, students
or any of the African Ameri-
can vendors in the newspaper.
I probably won't see this re-
sponse either. African Ameri-
cans all ,over the world have
made great strides and would
like their accomplishments
mentioned and recognized
like everyone else. Check the .'
statistics of at risk youth in
Madison County and in most
inner cities. The majority of
the individuals are "minori-
ties" and in response to their
needs programs like the
NFCC Men's Basketball
Academy and 'Miss Black"
Madison County!
(American) pageants are
formed. Look in the archives
of the Miss Madison County
Pageant and take note how
many times an African Ameri-
can has won since it began. J.
Morris Anderson 'first created
and produced the Miss Black
America Pageant on August
17,' 1968, it was a local
Philadelphia area pageant to
protest the lack of black
women in the Miss America
pageant. In 1969, the Miss
Black America became na-
tional with 42 states partici-
pating (Wikipedia.com).
There was a time when
African Americans did not
posses the rights to do or have
much of anything that they
could call their own. Now
-that they are making strides in
society and taking the time to
educate and support their
youth, elderly and family
unit's racial overtones once
again prevail with the intent to
destroy the positive nature of
certain organizations geared
toward African Americans.
This town like many, oth-
ers is still divided by racial is-
sues. African Americans
make up over 60% of the pop-
ulation of Madison County ac-
cording to the Census Bureau;
however most of all the Offi-
cials, businesses, and land is
owned or occupied by Cau-
casians. In actuality African
Americans are the majority
here not the minority. Just be-
cause you have friends of di-
verse backgrounds does not
mean that you don't carry cer-
tain prejudices in your heart.
If you did not, the issues that
were mentioned in the article
would not trouble you so '
much. Does having a Miss
Black Madison County or a
basketball team lacking other
races really bother you or is it
the fact that it appears to ben-
efit only citizens of color?
Trivia: Ask yourself why
all other parades in Madison
take place on US Hwy 90 and
African Americans flock to
the event but when the 20th of
May celebration parade starts
down Martin Luther King
Blvd. you don't see that many
(if any) Caucasians participat-
ing. If you ask me it should
start uptown and end on MLK
at the recreation park and

everyone should participate
like they do uptown at The
Four Freedoms Festival and
Down Home Days. Wake up
Madison. If you don't stand
for something, you'll fall for

Concerned citizens of Diverse

Editor/Publisher's Note:
We published a letter to
the editor last'week where a
Madison County citizen was
upset with a scholarship op-
portunity that was only being
offered to black students.
I then received your "let-
ter to the editor" and am still
puzzled at how I (and my
newspaper) got drawn into
this and the fact that you think
I'm discriminating' against
blacks by not putting their sto-
ries and pictures in the news-
One stltemcnt says "I did
not see the African American
Assistant Principal of
MCHS." I'm not sure where
this statement fits in. Is it
about project graduation, or
Down Home Days, or what?
Project Graduation pictures
were supplied to this newspa-
per by someone else. Neither
I, nor my staff, were able to
cover that event. As far as
Down Home Days......it just
about got rained out (did you
know that)? I was lpckcy to get
as many pictures as I got. I
iad fouidan'fing pic'iures, dc
'quilt show was provided to us,
I took many parade pictures
(several had black partici-
pates), Four Freedoms Run
pictures were provided (pic-
tures show who enters, re-
gardless of race, creed or reli-
gion), and I took the dog show
winners and the frog hop win-
ners' (once again, pictures
show winners, regardless of
race, creed or religion). I
cannot believe I am reduced to
having to go thru my papers
one by one in order to show
you these things!!!!
Another comment......
"African Americans all over
the world have made great
strides and would like their
accomplishments mentioned
and recognized like everyone
Why must an astronaut be
recognized as "the first
BLACK astronaut" that did
"whatever." After all the
years of training and prepara-
tion, I'm sure that is even de-
meaning to him. Surely he
would like to be recognized as
an outstanding astronaut, an
equal. Anyone wishing for
racial equality should fight
THOSE type headlines first.
However..... given your
statement towards my local
news (and newspaper)......
here we go (again)......
Chris Cooks Named
State's Law Officer Of The
Year Madison County Carri-
er, June 28, 2006 FRONT
Stanley James Aims To
Make A Difference In The
Classroom Madison County
Carrier, June 28, 2006, page
Venicia Brown Makes All
Big Bend Softball Team -
Madison County Carrier, June
21, 2006, page 15A
Charmettes Fund Schol-
arships (for African American
Students) Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, June 16,
2006, page 3B
Madison County Student
Selected For Florida Youth
Forum (Aaron Thomas, Jr) -

Madison Enterprise-Recorder,
June 9, 2006, page 14A
Charmettes Celebrate
Black History, Madison Coun-
ty Carrier, May 24, 2006,
page 10A
Sam McGhee Named
Grand Marshal For May 20th
Celebration Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, May 19, 2006,
Master Sergeant Harry B.
Vickers Retires From Marines
After 25 Years Madison
County Carrier, May 17,
2006, page 6A
Scholarship Program Re-
ceives Letter Of Approval
From County Commission -
Madison County Carrier,
'April 26, 2006, FRONT PAGE
New Activities Director
Has Big Plans For.The Lake
Park Of Madison Nursingt
Home Madison County,Car-
rier April 19, 2006, page 6A,
Chris Cooks Chosen Law
Officer of the Year Madison
Enterprise-Recorder, April 14,
MCHS Athletes To Play In,
Big Bend Showcase This
Weekend Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, March 10,
2006, page 12A
Miss Black Madison
County Pageant Set For Sun-
day Madison Enterprise-
Recorder, February 24, 2006,
Retirement Service Held
For Anthony, "Tony". J. Evans
Madison Entu prise-
Rec rcer, Febrary 10, 2006,'
page 6A
Dale Carnegie Training
Helps Excel Principal (Maceo
Howell) Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, February 10,
2006, page 12A
Former Greenville Resi-
dent Receives Georgia Gov-
ernertorial Commission and
Staff Appointment Madison
Enterprise-Recorder, January
6, 2006, page 6A

I asked my 13 year old
daughter to briefly go through
the newspaper to pick out a
few things since January.
Those were a few she came up
with. I'm sure some were
missed (January June).
Once again, I'm not sure
how, OR WHY, you thought it
necessary to try to attack me
on racial issues and I didn't
HAVE to try to show cause
otherwise, but just couldn't let
this pass by.
And another quote.....
"Look in the archives of the
Miss Madison County
Pageant and take note how

many times an African Ameri-
can has won since it began."
I DID!!!.....
1989 no entries were
African American
1990 no entries were
African American
1991 no entries were
African American
1992 no entries were
African American
1993 no entries were
African American
1994 Anita lihitbyv
crowned Miss Madison County
(and very much deserved it, I
might add. And did a WON-
DERFUL job representing
Madison County as the queen.)
1995 no entries were
African American
1996 no entries were
African American
1997 two (2) entries,
were African American
1998. no entries were
African American
1999 one (1) entry was
African American She re-
ceived 1st runner-up
2000 Ryntonia Johnson
crowned Miss Madison Coun-
ty (and deserved it too, I might
2001 no entries were

African American
2002 no entries were
African American
2003 no entries were
African American
2004 two (2) entries
were African American
2005 two (2) entries
were African American
2006 no entries were
African American

Once again......I truly be-
lieve that Anita and Ryntonia
would like for you to recognize
them as a Miss Madison Coun-
ty Queen not just a black
Miss Madison County queen.
They entered that pageant
(while I was the director for 11
years) and did an outstanding
job, and won that pageant be-,
cause of WHO THEY ARE -
NOT because they are black.
To whomever wrote this I
run this paper to the best of my
ability and tiy my best (as does
this entire staff) to report the
things that happen in this
county. There are only so many
of us on this staff and we can
only cover somany things at
one time. We do our best but
some things don't get covered
(with no regards to race, creed,

or religion).
It has always amazed me
at how many people call me to
complain about how I'm doing
my job. If you think you can do
sooooo much better- then let's
see you try. I don't call other
people to tell them how to run
their business (which I would-
n't have a clue how to do), so
don't call me (or write me) to
tell me how much I'm messing
I run "Letters to the Edi-
tor" in this paper because
everyone gets to write their
opinion (as do you). (And take
note that I did run your letter,
even though you HAD to throw
in that remark "I probably
won't see this response ei-
ther.") But, along with your
right to voice your opinion, I
have my right to tell you my
opinion too. Thanks for listen-
PS. To the best of my
knowledge, a parade permit is
issued after an application is
filed, stating date, time, and
parade route (beginning and
end). This route was chosen by
the ones holding the parade,
not given to them because of
their color Emerald Greene Kinsley

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Wednesday, July 5, 2006


Madison County Carrier .* 3A


Lee Limelight
Jacob Bembry

A Salute To The Lee Volunteer

Fire Department
It was brought to my attention that I had neglected to men-
tion in a few of my articles that the Lee Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment had responded to the scenes of several accidents. For this,
I apologize. I, along with other citizens of the Town of Lee, am
very proud of our all-volunteer department and feel a little safer
and secure while they are around. I would like to thank them for
all that they do.
Lee Worship Center will host its monthly Gospel Jamboree
on Friday, July 6.
The concert is an open microphone event. The event is-held
the first Friday of each month and features ,anyone who wishes
to sing or to play an instrument for the glory of the Lord.
Everyone is asked to wear red, white and blue to celebrate
.Independence Day.
A freewill love offering will. be accepted tp benefit the sing
and to go towards the church's building fund to repair the roof.
The fun begins at 6:30 p.m..
That's all the news for this week! Have a great week and a
beautiful forever! May God bless each and every one of you!-

Madison Gatepost

Ginger Jarvis

We Hope Your Fourth
Weekend Was Wonderful
Fireworks, visitors, cookouts, and fishing trips these
kept most of us busy during this past weekend. We hope your
Independence Day celebration was good.
Newcomers Wayne and Anna Albertson are back from a
short hop to Kent.ckk\ where the\ visitedd relatives for the
Foufth and retrieved their daughters for the trek home.
A crowd of ladies gathered Saturday for a bndal shower
honoring Rachel Potter. Her w eddi ng to Thomas Greene will be
an event on July 29.
We welcome Curves to our group of downtown businesses.
Gatepost has already heard good things froit members.
Thanks to Johnson and Johnson, our ch rches, and our Fire
Department, EMS, and Law Enforcement personnel for a great
July 4th event.
Birthday greetings go out this week to Albert Cherry,
Michael Miller, and Daniel Pfeiffer, July 6; Stuart Scott and
Paula Farley, July 7; Lee Cason, Marjorie Brown, Frances Rev-,
els, and Lora Brooks (she'll be 17), July 8; John Maultsby and
Lucas-Waring, July 9; Satori Wright, Inez Browning, and Tony
Socaras, Jly -10; and Norma Aikens, Kenneth Mattair, Tonyell
Roberson, Ree..Gaston, CullenGudz, and Alston Kelley, July
12. May you all have a fabulous day of blowing out candles and
scarfing down cake.
Anniversary blessings to Joe and Penny Worden on July 6
and to Rich and Julie Klein on July 7. May you enjoy many
more years of happiness.
Picket Fence Pride: Lake Francis, especially, when sur-
rounded by a flock of folks oohing and aahing at the fireworks
overhead. How beautiful that is.
Let's add our coworker Susan Grimes to our prayer list. She
is recovering from gall-bladder surgery.
Jo Floyd is home from the hospital, but not doing well.
Let's pray for her, too.
Elbert Strickland is due to get out of the hospital this week
if medication works properly on a blood clot. Let's pray for him.
Our deepest condolences go out to the family of Jimmy
Pridgeon as they mourn his tragic passing. His helpful spirit
will be greatly missed.
We extend our sympathy to the family of Louvinia Hames
during their time of grief at her loss. She tended so many of us
as a nurse, and her caring hands will be missed.
Let Gatepost know about your vacation trips and your visi-
tors. Call us at (850) 973-4141 or 567-3073; leave a note at the
Greene Publishing Building on Hwy. 53 S; or email us at jmv-
Meet you at the gatepost next week.

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in our monthly Real Estate Guide.

The next Real Estate Guide will be published the first week of August.
The deadline to place an ad is 4:00 pm on July 28, 2006,

Neet Your

Arlene Parke
Family: Three children
Residence: Madison
Title: Case Manager/Infection Pa-
trol Practicioner
Main responsibility: All cases that
come through MCMH are meeting
the specific criteria and keeping the
risk factor of infection to a minimum.
Spare time: I like to exercise, I spend time with my
children and I attend the New Testament Christian

Nikki Willis
Family: Mom, dad, one brother
and three dogs!
Residence: Madison
Title: Director of Nursing
Main responsibility: Oversee
nursing staff, ER, medical floor and
the Disaster Preparedness' Program.


Also, I am on the chair of the Employee Recognition
Spare time: I attend school, play with my dogs,
watch movies and read books!
Nikki Hunter .
Family: Husband, Kyle and 4 dogs
Residence: Cherry Lake area
Title: Health Information Manage-
4 ment Clerk
Main responsibility: Organizing pa-
""- tient records
r- -- Spare time: Attending school and
Regina Branch
Family: Husband
Residence: Lee
Title: Dietary Aide
Main responsibility: I cook for I" -
the patients "
Spare time: I work at Lake Park of
.,Madison part time, if I'm not working

Johnny Bowen, Launa's husband, said. "He was like my dad.
I'm going to miss him a whole lot. I'm having a hard time deal-
ing with it. He might as well hav e been my.dad."'
Pridgeon's cousin, Eddie Merritt, said of Jimmy, who did
odd jobs on the side as a mechanic and carpenter: "The only
thing I can really tell you about Jimmy is he was a kind, loving
person. He would do for others before he would do for you. He
would even give you the shirt off his back. I know this for a fact
because he did it for me. My children called him 'Papa Jimmy.'
He was a straightforward, fast shooting ki'd of guy. He will be
missed around the town. People had different nicknames, for
him, including Eightball, Dime and Jimmy Dime. You hear peo-
ple talk but they can't say nothing' bad about Jim'my. If he could
fix it, he would do, it. His son, John, is following in his father's
,footsteps and, if he is half the man Jimmy was, he will be a hell
of man. I tried to follow in his footsteps and I couldn't do it."
Joe McClung, who worked with Pridgeon at Consolidated
Christian Ministries, said that Jimmy had to be a caretaker to his
wife and to his stepfather and didn't have time for a full-time,
job. He also volunteered to work at CCM.
"He was my backbone," McClung said. 'He was my assis-
tant. He did all the receiving and the stacking. He had become
like a best friend and a brother to me, as well as being my co-
worker. He was always willing to help somebody."
Pridgeon left behind a wife, Wendy, a daughter, Launa
Bowen; two sons, John and James Pridgeon, Jr.; and five grand-
children. He also left behind a legacy of caring, concern and
compassion for them to try and emulate.
ElectroCution Hazard With Do-It-Yourself
Repairs of Microwave Ovens
The U. S. Consumer Product Safer, Comn ission i CPSC I
warns against do-it-yourself repairs ot mncro'taje ovens. Each
year. on average. four people die from electrocunonr ting i,.g re-
pair their rmcro\wave ovens. Micio0)V.ale o.0ens use high .o llage
which makes it particularly hazardous for consuiners to iem:n'. e
the co'er and touch electrical parts. The possibility for elecijcal
shock from a micro\ate' omen sill exist e'.en after the oen ii,
disconnected front the poter source. Should certain inteirn.il de-
vices fail. even unplugged o.ens can can .e serious iniur..
The Commission stronglN recommends that conrinumers i.e c
professionals repair microwave ovens be.jusc electrical ,appli-
ances can be hazardous if consumers e\posc li'.e ekcciical pais

Established 1964
A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express
reading pleasures of the,people of its circulation area, be they past, pre-
sent or future residents.
Published weekly by Greene Publishing, Inc., 1695 South State
Road 53, Madison, Florida 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post
Office in Madison, Florida 32340.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY
CARRIER, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.
This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news
matter, or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not
be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper,
and to investigate any advertisement submitted.

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Joe Boyles
Guest Columnist



Two Souls Indivisible
I: first was alerted to James Hirsch's book "Two Souls Indi-
visible" (Mariner 0iooks, 2004) by a C-Span program. Hirsch
introduced his story to the audience, follow \ ed by an interview of
the two principal characters, Fred Cherry and Porter Halyburiton.
Cherr3 and Halyburton came from very different worlds.
Cherry is black, raised in the rural, segregated South. By con-
trast, Halyburton is white, and college educated. Although raised
in the South like Cherry, Porter %\ as from a position of privilege.
But fate brought these two unlikely souls together. They
were both military aviators and in October 1965, they were shot
out of the sky, over North Vietnam and captured. Cherry was
badly hurt as a result of.his high-speed ejection, primarily from
a damaged left shoulder. He was denied medical care for his in-
juries, and the3 became,badly infected
Although Porter Halyburton had lost his pilot, he escaped
serious injury. His ejection was so narrow that the Navy con-
chided lie \\as killed For 1' months., his \ ife and infant daugh-
ter thought Daddy \\as gone fore' er. A funeral service was held
for him in Da\ idson. North Carolinj. and a monument to his
memory was placed in the cemetery.
For several, weeks, Halyburton ,was isolated from other pris-
oners and tortured by his captors. His mind and will to resist be-,
gan to break down under the relentless pressure, but he grimly
held on to his sanity. Finally, the North Vietnamese figured out
how they might break Porter's will. They decided to put him in
the same cell as Fred Cherry. You see, Cherry was'older than
Halihburon and more senior. The Vietnamese knew about racial
segregation in the South and figured that this unlikely pairing
would d lead to Hal\burton's breakdov t n. ""ou take care of Cher-
ry," the\ intoned.
.They couldn't have been more ron,2. To each man, the oth-
er was his salvation. Halyburton began to nurse Cherry back to
health, caring for his every, most,basic needs. In turn, Cherry
helped to strengthen Halyburton's resolve,, providing for his
emotional needs. Fred Cherry was and is a very strong man, leg-
endary among his fellow prisoners who should know something
about the subject. Weathering the scars of years of segregation
and prejudice had strengthened his character far beyond normal
limits. When Senator John McCain, a fellow POW, says that
'Fred is a bigger man. thrn I." you get a measure of the min.
Alihouhi both men w would remain prisoners of \\ar for well
over seven years, they would be roommates for only about sev-
en months. Still, each credits the other with saying their life.
Their relationship and camaraderie became legendary in the
POW community that would eventually grow to more than
You see, what became immediately apparent to both men
was that what they had in common far outweighed their differ-
ences. Sure the color of their skin was different as was their
rank, but above all, they were both Anieric.ins and theymneeded
each other. Each helped to heal the other and in the process,
they became the most famous of friends.
It is an oxymoron to say that the color of one's skin is no
more than skin-deep, but it is so true. What lies below,'in terms
of heart and mind, is much, much more important. Just tvo
years before this.,experience, Martin Luther King had stood in
the shadow of the, Lincoln,Memorial and dreamed of "the day
whenimy children \\ill be judged not for the color of their skin
but for the content of their character." In the squalid conditions
of a North Vietnamese prison, Fred Cherry and Porter Haly-
buiton found the dream and put it. into practice.
Today. Fred Cherry and Poiter Halyburton gather periodi-
cally to tell of their experience together in prison so long ago.
Their story is a constant inspiration to generations of Ameri-
cans \i\t 1 recognize heroism when they see it. In Porter's back-
yard rests his gravestone.. .just a little premature.
read a lot of books, usually to improve my knowledge
and understanding. I read "Two Souls Indivisible" for inspira-
tion, and for that reason; I recommend it to you.

Ellen H. Sears vs. Brian A. Maitlen-domestic injunction
Carrie Sampson vs. Samuel Sampson-domiestic injunction
Elizabeth Anne Burciagi vs. Armando Trevino Burciagi-
dissolution of marriage -' /
Green Tree Services, Inc. vs. Donald W. Borovy-other civ-
Marvin Miranda vs. James R. McDonough-other civil
Sabrina L. Cooks vs. Maurice P. Cooks-dissolution of mar-
City of Madison vs. Jean Ethel Delaughter, et al-mortgage
Edward Vale vs. Florida Department of Corrections-other
JoAnn Mitchell vs. Derenza Cherry-domestic injunction
Josephine Leslie vs. Mineta Rae Doric-domestic injunction
Syreeta House vs. Tommy House, Jr.-dissolution of mar-

Jackie Terry-other domestic



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Man Arrested For Grand Theft
On Sunday, June 25th, Suwannee County Sheriff's Deputi\
Tanya Joy arrested Timothy Andrew Hand, .18, 17802 165th
Road, Live Oak, FL. Hand was charged with grand theft.
At Jappro\imniite1l S:25 p.m. Deputy Joy was dispatched to
the Luraville Store in regard to the theft of a golf cart. Gary Her-
ron reported to her that he had seen two men riding by his resi-
dence on a golf cart. He had.recognized it as belonging to the
man whose property\ he took care of. When he attempted to talk
to them about the cart, they got off the golf cart and .ran. Hand
was caught atthe Luraville Store but the other one got away.
Hand told the deputy that he did not know the cart was stolen un-
til the caretaker approached them. He also told the deputy the
name of the person who had taken the cart. That man later con-
tacted the Shentr's Office and told them he would turn'himself
in. He has not done so at this time.
Hand was arrested and transported to the Suwannee County
Jail. Bond for the grand theft charge was set at $5,000.00. He
also had several other open Suwannee County warrants.

Lake City Man Arrested For Possession Of Cocaine
On Friday, June 23rd, Suwannee County Sheriff's Drug
Task Force arrested Brian Keith Thomas, 21, 591 Bozeman
Court, Lake City, FL. Thomas was charged with possession of
cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Thomas had an outstanding Columbia County warrant for
his arrest. When the Drug Task Force members located him he
was found to have cocaine and a smoking pipe in his possession.
Thomas was arrested and transported to the Suwannee County
Jail, where his bond has been set at $2,500.00.

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The Crime report is published every Wednesday. It also includes
an individual from Madison County's active warrant list or a wanted
person believed to be in Madison County.
If you have any information concerning the suspect, or know
his/her whereabouts, please contact one of the following agencies.
Madison County Sheriff's Department 973-4001, Madison .Police De-
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Information on these individuals is printed as given each i eek by

the Madison County Sheriff's Department or other law enforcement

Unsettling Times Still Offer
Opportunities for Investors
Provided by Brad Bashaw, Edward Jones
If you remember 1973, you know it was a difficult period
for the United States. A series of events including the
Watergate scandal, the OPEC oil embargo, the Vietnam War
and the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew had shak-
en the public's morale. By November, President Richard
Nixon's approval rating stood at 37 percent and presidential
approval ratings tend to track the mood of the nation. Given all
this, you might think that 1973 was not a good year in which
to invest in the stock market
SBut Vou'd be ,\rong From No-. 30, 1973, to Nov. 30,
1983, the S&P 501.1 recorded an average annual return of 10.9
percent. So, if you had invested $10,000 in the market at the
beginning of that period, it would have grown to $28,139 by
the end. And over the next 20 years, from Nov. 30, 1983, to
Nov. 30, 2003, the S&P 500 returned, on average, 12.8 percent
a year; consequently, $10,000 invested in 1983 would have
grown to $111,219 in 20 years. (Keep in mind, however, that
the S & P 500 is an unnianagedindex, and you cannot invest
directly into it. Also, past performance is not an indication of
future results.)
Jn short, if you had started investing in the troubled year
of 1973, and you had kept investing, you wouldhave probably
done pretty well over the next three decades.
Now, let's look at what's happening in the country in 2006.
We are facing global unrest, high gas prices and concerns
about economic security. Although there are some similarities
between 1973 and 2006 a controversial war, high gas prices,
political concerns there are also some key differences.
Perhaps most important, our economy today is much
stronger than it was back then. And as an investor, you might
be particularly interested in the following:
*Interest rates are near a 40-year low. When interest
rates are low, it is less expensive for businesses to borrow
money to expand their operations. And as businesses grow, so
does their attractiveness to investors.
*Corporate profits are growing rapidly. Corporate prof-
its have expanded at double-digit rates for 10 consecutive
quarters; profitability is one of the key fundamentals that drive
a company's stock price. So, despite the worried national
mood, the investment climate of 2006 may actually be quite
Don't Stop Investing
It's true that 2006 may be an unusually tense year for the
country. But as we've seen, 1973 was also a difficult year in
fact, by some measures, considerably more unsettling than
2006 and yet, many investors who had faith in the financial
markets in 1973 were amply rewarded.
Of course, you might not achieve similar returns going
forward over the next few decades no one can predict the
future course of the markets. But the experience of 1973 shows
the historical importance of continuous investing. A systemat-
ic investment plan does not assure a profit and does not protect
against loss in declining markets. Such a plan involves contin-
uous investment in securities regardless of fluctuating price
levels of such securities, the investor should consider the
financial ability to continue the purchases through periods of
low price levels.
So, don't let today's headlines keep you on the investment
"sidelines." If you buy quality investments, diversify your
portfolio and invest for the long term, you may be able to
design a strategy designed to work toward your financial goals
- in good times and bad.

Brad Bashaw
Investment Representative

114 SW Range Avenue
P.O. Box 631
Madison, FL 32341
Bus 850-973-8334 Fax 877-516-2596
Hm 386-362-6204 Toll Free 866-973-8334
Serving Individual Investors Since 1871

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Teenager Arrested For

Disorderly Conduct
An 18-year-old Greenville
girl was arrested for disorderly
conduct on Thursday, June 29.
According to a Madison -
Police Department report, Pa-
.trolman Brandon Abbott re- -
sponded to a verbal altercation .
on Jeanette Circle. Upon his
arrival, he observed two fe-
males yelling at each other.-He -
approached both subjects and
told them to calm down. One
did as Abbott requested.
Ka'Tisha Williams be-
came aggressive and tried to Ka'Tisha Williams
push past Abbott and another girl, who was trying, to hold her
Abbott told Williams several times to calm down or. she
would be arrested. She continued to yell and,push past him.
Williams was placed under arrest and transported to the
Madison County Jail.

www.fdle.state.fl.us. Currently, there are 27 registered se\ual of-
fenders residing in Madison County. .
The FDLE also offers a Neighborhood Search feature on its
website, which allows anyone to enter their ov. n address and to
do a search of sexual offenders living from 1-5 miles from their
address. Users may also map the address of rei-iered offenders
by clicking the "Map It" feature below any offender's address
when using the Neighborhood Search.
The following statistics are given by the U.S. Department of
Justice, with the sources for the information listed in the paren-
Sexual assault statistics:
S10 5 estimates indicate that 260,300 rapes and attempted
rapes'and nearly 95,)000 sexual assault d threatsof sexual'as-
sault were committed against persons 12 years of age or older
(Greenfeld, 1997).
*In 1998, 20,608 arrests were made for forcible rape and
62,045 arrests were made for other sexual offenses (FBI, 1998).
*43% of all rapes/sexual assaults occur between 6 p.m. and
*Six out of every 10 rapes/sexual assaults occur in the
homes of victims, family members,. or friends (Greenfeld,
*Sexual assault victimizations are highest among young
adults between the ages of 16 and 19, low income individuals,
and urban residents (Greenfeld, 1997).
Criminal history characteristics of adult sex offenders:
*In 1994, it was estimated that 12% of imprisoned violent
sex offenders had a prior conviction for rape or sexual assault,
while 61% had a prior felony conviction for other crimes
(Greenfeld, 1997).
*In 1997, approximately 234,000 convicted sex offenders
were under the care, custody or control of corrections agencies
on an average day. Nearly 60% were under conditional supervi-
sion in the community (Greenfeld, 1997). By 1998, this number
grew to 265,000.
Characteristics of juvenile sex offenders:
*Juvenile sex offenders are typically between the ages of 13
and 17.
*They are generally male.
*30-60% exhibit learning disabilities and academic dys-
*Up to 80% have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder.
*Many have difficulties with impulse control and judgment.
*20-50% have histories of physical abuse.
40-80% have histories of sexual abuse

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We thought of you with love today. But that is
nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and
d \ s before that too. We think of you in silence,
and often speak your name. Now all we have are
memories and your picture in a frame.
God has you in His keeping. We have you in
our hearts. You were gone before we knew it. And
only God knows why our hearts still ache in sad-
ness and secret tears still flow.
What it meant to lose you; no one can ever
know. We miss you and we love you.'
'.W, s "' July 4th, 2005
ST ia, Tim, Jarred

Tuesday night June 6, 2006, Evelyn Rhodes Pulliam, our
loved one, was called to her Eternal -Home, there to rest in the
arms of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We wish to express our appreciation for the prayers and
wonderful expressions: of s:, np.ithv. h.iuch v, e received. We
know these were sent from your heart and they will remain in
our precious memories of Evelyn.
We were blessed by many loving and caring people. May
you be blessed with Special Blessings from God, is our prayer.
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Love of
God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all.
II Corinthians 13:14
Evelyn's Family:
Wilbur Pulliam, Jr.
David Pulliam
Neita R. Taylor
Velma R. Bratcher



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July 8
Open tryouts for the
NFCC Men's Basketball
Academy will be held at the
Colin P. Kelly Gym on the
NFCC Campus from 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. For more infor-
mation, contact 850-973-9409
or email:
MensBBAcademv @ nfcc.edu.
July 8
The Ezell Family Reunion
is taking place July 8th, the
2nd Saturday of the month.
-The occasion will be held at
the Day Community center.


Herndon Hames
LouL inia Herndon
Hanes, .ge 87. died Satur-
da\. J.lul 1. MNl.tdison
Gra'. eide funeral ser-
vices \%ere Monda-. JtulR 3.
20(06. at 11:00 a m. at Bel-
k ille Cemeter\, Hamilton
Loutlin\ia as born in
Madison. the daughter o'i the
late Le\\ Heindon and Mol-
lie \\illiams Herndon. She
S\as a life-lon,2 resident of
Madison She \\as a nurse at
the Nladison Contin ilemori-
al Hospital in Madison prior
to her retirement. She %\as a
member of the Pinetta
Nlethodist Chtl ch. Pinetta..
She I ur' ir\ ed bi her
son Paul Hiiimes and his \\ ife
Dennra Haiies of MNldison;
three giandsons. Matt, Tialis
and Daniel Hamnes, all of
NIadison: i\'o isteis' Hancel
Potali\o ofl Los \Leas., NV
and Minnie Johrson of M.adi-

Bring a basket lunch and fel-
lowship .will 'begin at 10:00
a.m. For more information call
386-294-2080 or 386-294-
July 8
The Wash Johnson Family
Reunion will be held at the
Perry Woman's Club, starting
at 11:00 a.m. Paper Products
and Ice will be provided.
Family and friends are invited
to the covered dish lunch.
July 8
Come to One Church One
Child Of Florida Inc. Adop-
tion/Foster Care & God Parent
Orientation Class. You can
help save a child through
Adoption/Foster Care & God
Parenting. Come to an infor-
il.itiorijl class and learn, the
requirements for adopting and
fostering children, about the
children who are waiting 'for

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5. What Watergate con-
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an adoptive family, about the
kinds of foster and adoptive
homes needed and about the
godparenting program & fam-
ily support for children. You
can make a difference in a
child's life. This occasion is
held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00
p.m. on July 8th, at the Leroy
Collins Branch, ,Public Li-
brary (program room B)
which is located at 200 W.
Park Avenue in Tallahassee,
Florida. For more information
contact One Church, One
Child of Florida, Inc. at (850)
414-5620 or toll free 1-888-,
September 12 15
The New .Home Baptist

Church will hold Revival Ser-
vices with Ben Glosson at
7:00 p.m. each night. Glosson
is Pastor of the Southside
Baptist Church in Hazlehurst,
Georgia where that Church
has led their Association in
Baptisms for the last 18 years.
New Home Baptist Church is
located at 1100 SW Moseley
Hall Road on Hwy 360.

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about their qualifications and experience.

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Veterinary Clinic

Announces Association


Darren W. Baxley, D.V.M.

By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Monday, June 19, the
Madison Veterinary Clinic

proudly welcomed new asso-
ciate, Darren W. Baxley,
D.V.M. to their team!
Baxley is a 2005 graduate

John C. Lewis, PV.M.
and the staff of
Madison Veterinary Clinic
proudly announce the association of
Warren W. axley, R.V.M.

Dr. Baxley has a special interest in
large animal medicine.

Please join us at
Madison Veterinary Clinic on Friday
afternoon, July Z 2006, from 2-4pm
for light ref reshments with
1Pr. Iaxley and our staff,

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Mr. and NIrs.
Wilbam Joseph Sher-
rard and NMs. Terrn Ra-
gans Sherrard of Lee
annlounrce the engage-
ment of their dau hier. _
Terri Leigh Sherrard, t)
Ke\im James NcNutt.
S the son of Mr. George 1I
Richard McNutt and
lthe late Kathleen
hN.-otichka McNutt of
Williamsburg. Va.
The wedding \ill
take place at 7:.0- p.m "
on SaturdaN. August
26. 2006. at MNadison
First Baptist Church.
Madison. All friend, .
and relatives of the .
couple are mi\ted to at-

MCHS Students

Volunteer At MCMH

Madison County High School (MCHS) students have
enjoyed volunteering at the Madison County Memorial
Hospital (MCMH). Pictured left to right are, Reggie Gra-
ham; Juanita Gallon, Environmental Services Supervisor;
and Jasmin McGee. (Photo submitted)

By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Memor-
ial Hospital (MCMH) thanks
two high school students who
chose to do community ser-
vice at the hospital as part of
their high school curriculum.
Jasmin McGee volun-
teered 75 hours this summer
and has earned 0.5 high

school credits.'
Rec-ie Graham is volun-
teering 150 hours to earn 1
high school credit.,
Both of the students are
working with Juanita Gallon,
Environmental Services Su-
pervisor, to learn about the
important role this depart-
ment has in quality patient

of Auburn University's
School of Veterinary Medi-
Baxley has a very special
interest in large animal medi-
cine such as horses, cattle,
sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas
and much more.
Baxley decided to be-
come John Lewis' newest as-
sociate because "Dr. Lewis
seemed to be an exceptional
gentlemen and an outstanding
Baxley decided to pursue
a career in Veterinary Medi-
cine because he wanted to be
closely associated with Agri-
culture and Science. A career
in Veterinary .Medicine made
it possible to do so.
Darren Baxley. and his
wife, Carrie Lee, will soon be
residing in the Cherry Lake
area. .
They have some pets of
their own, which include a
roping horse, a blue heeler. a
beagle and a cur.
Baxley considers somnie of
the most significant parts of
his job to be providing animal
owners with fixing a broken.
leg of their valued pet, help-
ing farmers maintain a healthy
cow herd which minimizes
loss and risk and helping ani-
mal owner's keep their fa-
vonte pets healthy and happy.
Altogether, "There is nothing
more rewarding than helping
someone by helping their
pet," -sited Ba\le\.
Also. Ba\le\ commented.
"We are a sincere people busi-
ness that performs through the
work of animal patients "

Former Lee Man Retires From

Columbia County Sheriff's Office

Jimmy Lyons officially
retired at the rank of lieu-
tenant from the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office on
June 29.
Lyons celebrated his 55th

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of family and friends.
Lyons said that he not to-
tally giving up his gun and

badge. He will remain as a
member of the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office Re-
serve Unit.

Sgt. Clyde Nelson, left, looks on as Lt. Jimmy
Lyons examines his plaque and a gift presented to him
at his retirement ceremony. (Photo submitted)


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6A Madison County Carrier

They have been hard
workers and made the most of
their community service time.
The MCMH staff stated, "We
have enjoyed hli- ing them at
the hospital and look forward
to working with future com-
munity volunteers."


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Mandatory Orientation Aug 3

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Lee Business Featured

In Postal Newsletter

Our Dining Out Guide

is your "menu" of great places to eat!

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Lee Postmaster, Mary Santerfeit, right, and Fast-
pack Packaging owner, Jason Archambault show a
package from his business. (Photo submitted by Ken
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,' Inc.
A Lee business was featured in a recent edition of the South-
east Area Update, a newsletter, which is received by post offices
throughout the southeastern United States.
The story tells how Mary Santerfeit, Lee Postmaster, was
able to pick up $52,000 in new revenue for the post office in Lee
and to please Jason Archambault, owner ofFastPack Packaging.
Archambault, who owns the company which sells bulk
mailing supplies over the Internet, started his business seven
years ago and had done much of his mailing through the United
States Postal Service.
As his business grew. Archambault discovered that he was'
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load and unload" his mailings, plus he was being charged for the
huge packages.
Archambault decided to take his business to a competitor
who offered a lower base rate and package pickup. He later dis-
covered that the pickup times were unscheduled and that resi-
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customers were also complaining, saying that they had received
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to pick up the filled containers the next day.
"The Postal Service has been absolutely great," Archam-
bault said. "The service is much more than I expected. I can't re-
member when we had a complaint about product damage."

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8 a.m. until 12 noon,
At Madison Super Storage on Mar-
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with state highway frontage-
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State of the art dental practice
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Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee, FL
32309-3459. -

First shift assembly positions
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Joann Bridges Academy in
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with a Associate Degree in nursing
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six months clinical or public health
and emergency nursing preferred.
Please 'submit a resume to Attn.
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Position: Registered Nurse/PRN
Duties' Include: Monitoring in-
home service workers, observing
personal care and all services perti-
nent to the frail homebound elderly.
To obtain information please come
by the Madison County Senior
Center at 486 SW Rutledge Street,
office hours are 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


W/Computer Experience.
(1 person)
Well groomed and pleasant person-
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will have clear command of the
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be able to type 40wpm and also
work well with public. Experience
needed in answering multi-line
phone system. -
Apply in person at only:
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1695 South SR 53


Dental Hygienist
Busy dental practice seeking Hy-
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who is self motivated. and a team
player. Salary based on experience
with exceptional benefits. Mail re-
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Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee, FL
JoAnn Bridges Academy in
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Mental Health Therapist
The Therapist will provide individ-
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py and develop specific treatment
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A Behavioral Health Care Center in
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The administration of the estate of Julian Harvard Andrews, deceased,
whose date of death was May 3, 2006, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison Coun-
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Florida 32340. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
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their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or de-
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The date of first publication of this notice is June 28, 2006.

Attorney for Personal Representatives:

/S/ John P. Cole
Florida Bar No. 0898155
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One Independent Drive, Suite 3131
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Telephone: (904) 358-3006
Facsimile: (904)358-3066

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10A Madison County Carrier


Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Commission listened to a presentation by Tom Lovett, a Brooks
County citizen who is opposed to the landfill. Lovett said that
the landfill would not only adversely affect Brooks County but
Madison, Hamilton and Suwannee Counties, as well.
Lovett said that the landfill would encompass 714 acres.
"You all know that 640 acres is a square mile," Lovett said.
Lovett also said that the site chosen for the proposed land-
fill is not only near the Withlacoochee, but it is in a groundwa-
ter recharge area.
"When it (the garbage) leaks, all the downstream counties
would be affected," Lovett said, "with Madison being the
Lovett said that Nestle Waters was opposed to the landfill
and that Nestle's attorney, Austin Peale, had been at a previous
meeting to voice Nestle's opposition to the landfill.
County Commissioner Ricky Henderson made a motion to

sign the resolution presented to them by Lovett, opposing the
landfill. His motion was seconded by Commissioner Alfred-
Martin, who withdrew his second after County Attorney Tom
Reeves asked how the commissioners would fill if the roles
were reversed and they were trying to do something that
Brooks County did not like.
When asked how the Brooks County commissioners stood
on the issue, Lovett said that he felt that two were against it but
he could not tell about the other three and didn't feel confident
in making a guess.
It was pointed out to the commissioners that Brooks Coun-
ty had not conferred with them before bringing up the landfill
Henderson refused to withdraw his'motion. Commissioner
Clyde King seconded the motion. When the vote was called
for, it passed 5-0.

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Frank Garrard, a local paramedic, had taught the 40-hour class.
Jim Willoughby, a member of the. Sirmans Volunteer Fire
Department, said that the members had taken the class in an ef-
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partment had folded earlier because it was having trouble get-
ting volunteers.
Willoughby said that the volunteers could now respond to
fire calls and wrecks, as well as medical emergency calls and
render first aid to the victim. He said that they would also be
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Patrick Hodge is the chief of the ten-member department.
The department will host an auction on July 15 at the auc-
tion house on Highway 360 South. During that time, they will
be raffling off a $900 metal picnic table, which is plastic coated
and seats eight people. Eric Hearn, who owns Hearn Mechani-
cal out of Jacksonville, donated the table. Tickets are being sold
for $2 each and may be purchased from any Sirmans VFD mem-

Jeff Bailey has been min-
istering at the First Baptist
Church of Greenm ille since
March. He is looking forward
to taking on the obligations of
administrator at the new
school. The school is a min-
istry ,of the First Baptist
Church of Greenville.
Jeff and Janet Bailey
moved to Greenville from
Lee. Both used to teach at
Corinth Christian Academy.
Jeff taught eighth graders and
Janet taught sixth graders.
Jeff had been the youth
pastor at Lee First Baptist
Church for three-and-a-half
years. Janet had worked in the
public school system for over:
ten years before going to work
at Corinth Christian Academ)
in Hamilton County.,
Christian Heritage will be
offering students the Abeca
curriculum, which is pub-
lished by Pensacola Christian
College. The curriculum is one
of the best ways to prepare
students for college. The
school offers a daily Bible
class (which is required of all
students). Chapel service will.
be held each Wednesday at
8:30 a.m. The chapel service
will be open to anyone who
wishes to attend.
Jeff stated, "There is a
need for ministry among the
younger generation and the.
Academy does just that! The
school will bring direction,
guidance and a positive influ-
ence to our children."
The Baileys said that they
had prayer and asked God to
give them a passion for the
people of Greenville. The seed
of an idea about Christian Her-
itage Academy took root and
began to sprout. The couple
had mentioned it in church one
night and the church members
wholeheartedly backed the

idea and made it a reality.
Gary Abbott, the pastor of
Corinth Baptist Church, and
Margaret Ragans, the school's
principal, have been very sup-.
porti\e of the idea to start a
school in the Greenville area.
Right now, 27 students are
enrolled for the school year at
Christian Heritage Academy.
Classes will be held in the
church and Carpenters for
Christ are coming in January
to begin remodeling the old
church sanctuary for the
The tuition of Christian
Heritage Academy is only
$1800 per child, plus parents
receive, a discount for every
child they enroll after signing
the first child up!
The Academy will open
its doors on August 14 for the
2006-2007 school year and the
school is currently enrolling
To enroll, please call the
First Baptist Church of
Greenville at 948-2068.

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