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Our 140th Year, Number 39


Friday, July 22, 2005


Madison, Florida 32340


Madison County


Schools Receive A "D"


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.

The Madison County
School District has received a
"D" grade for the second year
in a row from the Florida De-
partment of Education.
Neighboring Suwannee,
Hamilton, Lafayette and Tay-
lor Counties were graded as
"C" schools.
Jefferson County received
a "D" grade.
No school district in Flori-


da received an "F" for 2005.
Lee Elementary School'
received the highest grade of
any school in the District, re-
ceiving a "B." Pinetta Elemen-
tary School and Madison
County Central School re-
ceived "C's."
Madison County High
School was a "D" school.
Madison County Excel re-
ceived, an "F."
Greenville Elementary
School did not meet the crite-
ria to receive a grade.


By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
To comply with a new
state law, everyone who works
around children in schools
must be fingerprinted. The
Madison County School
Board voted unanimously at
its rlv'gu.LI; Irdcltiiy July 19 to_
fund fingerprinting for men--
tors and volunteerss with the
schools.
Superintendent Lou
Miller informed the boards of
the law's requirement. Previ-
ously teachers, aides, and ad-
ministrators were among those
employees who had to register
fingerprints. "Under this new


law," .Miller said, "vendors,
volunteers, and mentors must
be fingerprinted. Anyone who
spends time around the stu-
dents comes under the law."
Miller suggested that the
school board pay the $61 cost
of fingerprinting for volun-
teers and mentors. "If we are
j',kini thrci.i ik, come nd Jo
free services for the school.
then %\e should not ask them iq
pay $61 to do that for us," she
said. She added that parents or
citizens who attend a class to
observe would bear the cost
for their fingerprinting. "That
would be for their own pur-
Please See Fingerprinting,
Page 3A


Board Continues


To Discuss Lee


Road Request

By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.


Lee Manager Cheryl Ar-
chambault appeared again be-
fore the Madison Countr coin-
mission Wednesda3 morning
to discuss the transfer in own-
ership of a road from the coun-
ty to the town.
The matter had previously
been discussed at a Lee town
meeting sas well as the last
county commission session.
County public works director
Jerry McCune has been made
aware of the situation. The dis-
cussion concerned a portion of
Corinth Church Road in Lee.
The road runs east-west. A
new development company is
planning to build a large new
subdivision in Lee and would
like to have a portion of the
road turned over to the town.
The tracts of land where the


Cheryl Archambault
development will be located
have recently been annexed
into the town of Lee. ,
Developers are setting up
the lots with the understanding
that the county will have use
of an easement on each parcel.
Commissioners post-
poned action on the matter un-
til their next meeting. They
will study the situation and try
to make on-site visits to get a
better picture.


2 Sections. 34 Pages


Annie's Mailbox..............15A
Around Madison ............4-7A
Church:..........................-9A
Classifieds.......................16A
Comm. Calendar...............5A
Jail Report.......................3A
Legals...........;.................17A


Obituaries.......................5A
Outdoors.........................13A
The Remote
Guide..................B Section
Madison Co. History......11A
Step Back in Time..........15A
Viewpoints.................2-3A


Chairwoman "Spanked";



CEO Aipplauded


Chairwoman of the Board Faye Todd
hires investigator without board approval


Faye Todd
MCNMH Board Chairman


By Jacob Bembry
and Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.


It \\as officially a non-
meeting although it had
been posted on the Court-
house doors, in the Court-
house Annex and in the hos-
pital's halls with the
top of the page read- It w'
ing "Public Notice" aroui
in big, bold print. But,.
Tuesday night's 97- f
nunute exchange be- tm#
tween Madison
County Memorial Hospital
employees and members of
the Health and Hospital
Board Administrative Review
Committee provided more
quotes, emotions, accusa-
tions, and darts than a Senate
hearing and a Presidential
news conference combined.
The press was not in-
formed of Tuesday night's
meeting, as is the courtesy of
most governing boards or re-
,view committees. Two weeks
earlier. reporter Mike Moore
was asked to leave a meeting
of the Administrative Review
Committee, which had a bul-
letin posted as "Public No-
tice" on the front door of the
courthouse. The request for
Moore to leave is in direct vi-
olation of the Florida Sun-
shine Laws because the board
advertised a public meeting
and then asked the press to
leave. The press is, in reality,
designated as the eyes and
ears of the taxpaying public
and the people the board ser-


vices.
These public meetings
are being called by Faye
Todd. chair oman of the
MCMH Board of Directors,
' withoutt proper notification of
the entire board. appointed by
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Todd, along \\ ith Adnin-
istrative Review Committee
members Tom Stone and Os-
car Brennan, also hired a pri-
vate investigator, without
conferring with the entire
board. and they now want the
hospital board to pa\ for his
services. The investigator
who was supposed to be
hired, Chris Africano. did not


John Seasholtz, the hos-
pital's radiologist, asked, "If
the board didn't approve this
private in estigator. then who
is going to pay his fee?"
Committee member Brennan
said, "He will be paid."
-One of, the employees
asked, "Is this a reflection
that they (the committee)
control the board?"
Todd kept insisting,
"This is not an open meeting.
We will not discuss any of
these personnel matters. Ei-
ther you all can lea\e this
meeting, or \%e %on"t meet."
After the physicians, em-
ployees and press refused to


as noted that Bob Pugh had turned the hospital's final
nd. He hadpaid off the county in full, the staff wa
pid oan thti edebis .bffc:g on fQy i tie rbt gl
tory iandtte hospjtalhas money iffn the bank.


show up at the hospital to do
the investigating. Instead, an-
other investigator appeared
and questioned employees
without advance warning.
The investigator did not have
his credentials with him when
he appeared at the hospital.
"I'm concerned about an
unauthorized person in the'
hospital," Gary Mack, the
hospital's maintenance and
security person, said at the
meeting.
-NMa3be you're :not as
good a security person as you
think you are," said Stone.
"We have had other investi-
gators here that maybe you
weren't aware of."
Stone said that there had
been at least three other in-
vestigations.
More questions followed,
about where the money came
from to pay the pre ious in-
vestigators, and why finan-
cial records were covered up,


leave, the three board mem-
bers and their attorney aban-
doned any semblance of an
organized meeting.
During the heated discus-
sion that ensued, Bob Pugh,
hospital administrator, of-
fered to resign three different
times.
Three different times, the
hospital staff members who
were present at the meeting,
including physicians, nurses
and administrative staff,
called for Pugh not to resign.
While their support \ as obvi-
ously for Pugh, they were
verbally upset at Todd and
her committee.
It was noted that Bob
Pugh had turned the hospi-
tal's finances around. He had
paid off the county in full, the
staff A\ as being paid on time,
debt is being eliminated for
the first time in memory and
the hospital has money in the
bank. /


not indicating those expendi- Pugh, almost in tears,
tures, told the committee, "If you


Bob Pugh
MCMH CEO


will call the dogs off and
leave my people alone, I will
resign. You want a sacrificial
lamb?"
Pugh offered to give
Todd the keys to his office
and let her do his job.
The employees pointed
out that Pugh had
Inces worked without pay
s be- for nine months. One
employee blurted out
i 10to Cary Hardee, the
attorney for the
board of directors,
"Would you work without
pay, Cary ?"
Hardee responded that he
couldn't.
Employees said that
working at the hospital is a
"hostile situation." They said
they feel as if they are being
spied on, with Todd walking
through the hospital, grab-
bing them and questioning
them..
As Todd was walking
through the hospital, an em-
plo)ee overheard her saying,
"I have to micro-manage this
hospital."
Brennan asked,; "Where
do we go from here? How do
we fix things?"
"Stop the witch hunt," re-
sponded Mack.
"We should pray .about
how to unite these people.,"
said Bob Smith, a member of
the hospital's Board of Direc-
tors, who is not a member of
the "Chosen Three" board
Please See Hospital,
Page 2A


By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County com-
missioners heard a presen-
tation at Wednesda,'s
meeting by attorney Tom
Reeves about an ordinance
for mandatory sewer hook-
ups.
Reeves, presented the
ordinance he had drafted
for the board to examine.
The state says counties
may enact such an ordi-
nance but then must give
themselves power to en-
force it. The new law
would require homeown-
ers and property owners


New Count.s Commission Chairman Ricky Henderson.
left, receives the gavel from former Chairman Alfred Mar-
tin. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Mike Moore, July 20,
2005)


with access to the sewer
system to sign up for the
service.
The law'falls under state
home rule powers given by
the Florida Constitution.
The proposed ordinance is
a five-page document.
Enforcement is to be "to
the fullest extent of the
law." This will include
lawsuits if needed.
Commissioners elected
to re-agenda the item'until
the next regular meeting in
August. Board members
will study the proposed or-
dinance and may vote on it
at the August 3 meeting.


New State Law Means

School Fingerprinting


Commissioners Look At



Sewer Hook-Up Ordinance


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VIEWPOINTS


Friday, July 22, 2005


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

"Have You No


Sense Of Shame?"


Dear Editor,
I picked up a copy of your fine newspa-
per while traveling through Madison and I
read it later at a Truckers Welcome motel. I
was struck by a column by a Jacob Bembry,
who wrote about jumping to conclusions
about Wyatt Sexton and closed with knowing
for a fact that Jesus Christ was the Son'of
God.
Let me say, first off, Bembry's admission
about thinking Wyatt was on drugs or bi-po-
lar is proof of the liberal media bias against
bi-polar drug users. I am frankly tired of
every time somebody gets in trouble the. first
thing they do is claim to be bi-polar and plead
insanity to escape the death penalty. It is just
more homo-loving, left-wing thinking by a
bunch of people who think the state owes


everybody free food and medical care. Three
hots and a cot I think they call it at the state
hospital in Chattahoochee.
Yet, meantime, Bembry can turn right
around and tell us he is certain of the divini-
ty of Christ, and the virgin birth, etc. This is
a case of the pot calling the kettle black, and
I am deeply offended by your hypocrisy. As
the quote famously goes, said to Sen. Joe
McCarthy during the Watergate hearings: "At
long last, sir, have you no sense of shame?
Have you no sense of shame, 'sir?"


Thank you and best regards,
Hugh Janus ,
Janus Agency
Press & Public Relations


Hospital
Cont'd from Page 1 A
which meets in secret.
Hardee kept saving. "You've got the cart before the horse."
He ad\ ised everyone that they didn't need to ask quesuons yet about w\ho \\as being in\esti-


Congratulations,


Mary Ellen Greene
Mary Ellen Greene,
Congratulations! On this glad occasion we wish you all the best.
Your "Shining Star" award is much deserved!

Sincerely,
Beth and Brad
Edward Jones

Michael Schiavo


Is Not The Victim


Response to "The Ginger Jar"
This letter is in reference to "The Ginger
Jar" column pub'lihe'd i rie Jtiine 24th issue of
the Enterprise Recorder. First, this letter is in
regards to your Schiavo comment. Secondly, it
addresses your Vacation Bible School com-
ment.
NMrs. Jarvis; I strongly disagree with your
"hypodermic darts" to Governor Jeb Bush re-
garding the Schiavo case..
How can you condemn Gov. Bush for re-
opening a case that was: never resolved? For
your information, there was no investigation
into the cause of her collapse., There seems to
be a gap in time between her collapse and when
the call was made to EMS. Gov. Bush is trying
to find out why there was a delay, and what
caused her collapse. Terri's autopsy did not re-,
veal the cause of her collapse.
You sympathize with Michael Schiavo for
:losing his wife? As much as you want to be-
lieve, Mr. Schiavo is. NOT the victim! While
Terri was in her vegetative state, her "devoted"
husband x- as shacking up with another woman
and fathering children with her. You forgot to
mention this fact in your column. Being a
"Christian", do you condone this behavior?
Michael Schiavo gave up his rights to decide


on Terri's right to lie or die when he took an-
other woman. He "conveniently" recalled that
"his N'fe iold'him that she did not want to live
that way. Her loving family was willing to care
for her for the rest of her life. Even at the end,
he prevented them from being in the room, and
he didn't even inform them of the funeral:
What does this tell you about the kind of person
he is. I guess you don't see anything wrong
with this picture.
Mrs. Jarvis, Governor Bush IS attending to
real. governor's business. He is protecting the
-welfare of a citizen. You don't get to decide
what the governor's business is. However, we
all know this is not about Jeb Bush. He can
never do anything right for you. I wonder why.
In addition, the last bit of this letter is in re-
gards to your "fuzzy wuzzy darts" to the par-
ents not taking their kids to Vacation Bible
School. Just, because they choose not to, does-
n't necessarily make them bad parents. As chil-
dren, my siblings and I neter attended these
church bible schools, and we turned out just
fine. We learned turn-taking, manners, and re-
ligion in our home.


Jamie Ledee


PUBLISHER/EDITOR
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PRODUCTION MANAGER.
Lisa Greene
STAFF WRITERS
Jacob Bembry and Mike Moor oi..
GRAPHmc DESIGNERS '1
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TYPESETTER ':
Kerry Cohen
ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVES
Mary Ellen Greene. Dorothy McKinney,
and Shanna Colvin
CLASSIFIED AND LEGAL ADS
Susan Grimes
Deadline for clas.sifieds is Monday ar 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for Legal Advertisonent is Monday 't 5pm.
Theie wdil be a '3" change for Affidvirts..
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
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(State & local taxes Included)


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"'Telling it like it is ith honest. and integrity "
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New Enterpnse established 1901.
Consolidated June 25. 1908
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Greene Pubhslmnr/. Inc. \\ill not be responsible for pho-
to. beyond said deadline


gated and \\h.
"Just wait and see how it comes out," Hardee said.
When Todd said that the employees present were trying to hijack the' meeting.
Richardson. a physician who is in charge of the hospital clinic, speaking on behalf of
ployees, responded. "That's right."
Another employee asked, "Why a secret committee? What are the) trying to hide?"
Approximately 100 people are employed at the hospital.,
The next hospital board meeting was set for Thursday night, July 21, at 6:00 p.m.




I *: .. JacobBembry


For A Long,
; I hear some of my friends talk about the
end of the world, but I don't really worry about
that. Why should I worry about something that
won't happen for at least 1,007 more years?
The rapture could take place at any second.
When that happens, I expect to fly upward, to-
wards Heaven to be with Jesus. Other folks
may be left on Earth to suffer through the sev-
en years of tribulation but I'm not going tobe
here. At the end of the seven years, Jesus will
come back like He said, and then He will reign'
for 1,000 years. At the end of the 1,000 years,
the Earth. as we know it, will be destroyed with
a fervent heat.


LJongTime.
There are all sorts of things thauii JWOttO~t
behoove others to worry, about more than ,the
end of the world, %which .x ill definitely not hap-
pen in our lifetime. The Rapture can. Hurri-
canes can and do, Tornadoes do. A nuclear
bomb from China, South Korea or some banana,
republic could even destroy the United States.
The world will not end, though.
Instead of worrying'about all these things,
which make us fret, suffer and get high blood
pressure and ulcers, why not do something
more useful? Why not d % ell on the good things
of life? Why not dwell on the saving power of
Jesus Christ?


Businesses Doing Brisk


Trade At New Locations


Have you been to Kentucky Fried or CVS
lately ? Both are open at their new locations,
and looking good. Attractive buildings and
sites, plus parking lots filled x ith cars make a
welcome sight to Gatepost and to others, we're
sure. Congratulations to both businesses and
continued success in their new places.
My mother, Clara Barrett, and I have been
away at Indian Springs Camp Meeting up near
Jackson, Ga. We had a great time seeing friends
and relatives, singing the old gospel songs, and
being touched by the sermons. We both came
back spiritually refreshed. What blessings we
received.
Picket fence pride: those cascading crape
myrtles in front of Capital City Bank, and the
yard across the street from them with its myr-
tles and whatever those fuchsia flowers are.
Breath-taking! Bonus picket: that magnificent
white crape myrtle at the corner of Hancock
and Rutledge. Ooohh.
Folks having birthdays in the next week in-
clude Trey Killingsworth and Vertle Brinson,
July 28; Lauren Maultsby, Haili Bethea, Jared
Waring, Felicia Cherry, Travis Hames, Casey
Allen (we forgot her married, name), and Shyk-
erra Rodgers (she'll be 16), July 29; Hank
Stallings, July 30; young miss Jessica, Nor-


wood. Charles Maultsbv. and Cath', Studstill,
July 31; Mike Christmas, August 1; Tekindra
West, and Alice Sims, Aug. 2; and'barber ex-
traordinaire Jimmy Roebuck, Aug. 3. Gatepost
congratulations to every one of-you.
John Paul and July Mlaultsby mark their
wedding anniversary on July 27. We wish them
continued blessings.
Dennis and Bridget Miller and Frances and
Otis Revels celebrate their wedding anniver-
saries on July 30. May both of these couples be
blessed with more.happy years.
On July 31, Glen and Lynne King observe
their anniversary. We wish them every good
thing.
Let's continue to pray for Elizabeth Tuttle
as she battles cancer.
Add Greg Molnar to your prayer list; he's
having foot surgery.
Our condolences to Kay Kelley and her
family in their time of mourning the loss of her
mother. Let's pray for them.
We want your news. Drop a note at the
Greene Publishing Building on S Hwy. 53, call
us at (850)973-4141 or 973-3820,.or email jav-
vag@hotmail.com. Gatepost appreciates your
help.
Meet you at the gatepost next week.


M973-
CALL


Charles
the em-


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Martin, What's got you up
S and snif fin'around?


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Friday, July 22, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


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Credit Cards


Can Be Overused
"Charge it," a phrase that many consumers have come to de-
pend on as a way of extending their buying power. Today more
and more people are using charge accounts and credit cards as a
convenient way to buy now and pay later. Although convenient,
it is a practice that can get you overextended and in debt for
years to come.
Charge accounts are convenient, especially for busy people.
Shopping is done easily over the telephone or the buyer can shop
without cash. But convenient as credit buying is, it has two de-
cided disadvantages. Unless the charger is cautious, it's easy to
overbuy. A second hazard is the extra money you will pay in in-
terest.
Many stores have different kinds of charge accounts. The
one most often used when buying small, less expensive items is
the 30 day account. This allows the customer one month to pay
at a cash rate for purchases. If paid within 30 days, there is usu-
ally no additional charge for this service. However, prices may
.be higher to help cover the cost of this service.
An account longer than the 30 day period generally is con-
sidered a revolving, flexible or budget account. The store gen-
erally will charge 1 1/2 percent interest on unpaid balance at the
beginning of the billing period. This is 21% per year. Some
stores automatically charge a basic service charge each month.
An annual credit card fee is often charged for credit cards.
Contracts are used if the amount purchased is a large sum,
as in the case of home improvements, appliances and some lux-
uries. Many stores are charging a stated percentage rate as their
contract interest rate, for example 4 to 21 percent. Others have
their charges on a sliding scale. A few stores charge a flat rate.
This is added to the amount owed, and the total is divided by the
number of payments to be made.
Before signing a contract, find out in 'dollars and cents ex-
actly what the charge for credit will be. Compare cash or cred-
it costs at several stores before buying on credit.
A good rule to follow to determine your family's credit lim-
it is to add your fixed and flexible expenses (including savings
and irregular payments) and subtract from your income. The
amount you have left is the maximum you can afford to spend or
save. Decide what part of this you can afford to commit for cred-
it p.' minutes -\ safe debt load i nho 'ote-ffan 20%'o df'ydarf-tke"-
'home pay. i:e i.--: -. -. \\- -r,,,r i at tr -i;L .
Never obligate yourself to a debt you cannot repa\. Credit
is a tool not to be abused. For more information on credit and
money management, contact the Madison County Extension
Service.


Fingerprinting

Cont'd from Page 1A

poses, so the\ would have to pay." she explained.,
According to School District Financial Officer Andy
Barnes, the funding would cover about 100 mentors and \ olun-
teers throughout the six campuses, at a collective cost of around
$6100. He said that vendors would pay for their own finger-
printing.
VeEtta Hagan-Smith and Kenny Hall moved to foot the bill
for the fingerprinting; the motion passed with no dissent, .
In other business, the board set a special meeting for July
21 for reviewing and approving the tentative budget and taxes.
The results of that meeting will be advertised for public hear-
ings before the board votes on the budget for the new school
year.,
In'related action, the board approved a $10,000 request for
a budget item for overtime'pay for bus drivers and mechanics.
Presenting the request, Ivan Johnson. said that the funds' are
needed "due to the shortage of substitute driver's available, cur-
rent bus dri% ers x ho % ork part-time in the cafeteria, activity bus
drivers, field trip bus drivers, and any person who puts in more
than 40 hours into their regular assigned dut\."


Man Arrested On Theft

And Firearms Charges
A Madison man was ar- .s
rested for dealing in stolen
property, grand theft, and pos-
session of a firearm in the
commission of a felony.
According to the Madison
Police Department, the victim
of the crime reported to Sgt.
William Greene on July 12
that he had returned home
from the hospital and found
three handguns missing. MPD .
Capt. Willie McGhee spoke to Christopher Leon Moore
several witnesses later in the'
week that said that they had seen Christopher Leon Moore with
three guns matching.the description.
One of the guns was turned over to McGhee. The victim's
brother identified the gun.
A warrant was issued for Moore's arrest.
Moore was arrested on MondaN. July 18.

Madison County...

Jail Report


7/13/05
Donald Ervin Bowen,
Jr.--Criminal registration
Marvin Charles Pea-
cock--Contempt of court
Bobby Lewis Thomp-
kins--Leaving the scene of
an accident
Robert A. Woods--Pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia, possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams
Andre Nashied Rodgers-
-DWLSR or cancelled, re-
sisting an officer without vi-
olence
Kirk Edward Cruce--
.,%P>LSR pr qa yelled
7/14/05
Marcus Antonio Arnold-
-Aggravated battery, un-
known charge,
Jennifer L. Williams--
DWLSR or cancelled
John Christopher Hamp-
ton, Jr.--Criminal registra-
tion
Johnny Williams III--
Contempt of court (non-sup-
port)
Anthony Lee Devan--
DWLSR or cancelled
7/15/05


Patricia Ann Lamb--
VOP (circuit)
Michael Wayne Linger-
felt--VOP (county)
Toccara L. Newsome--,
No valid or expired drivers
license
7/16/05
Lee Marvin Jones--Writ
of bodil% attachment
Michael Arthur
Fontaine--No valid or ex-
pired drivers license
Anthony Maurice
Thompkins--DWLSR or
cancelled
7/18/05 '
Jessie Lee Jones--DUI
"Christopher Leon
AMoore--Dealing in stolen
property theft/trafficking,
grand theft, possession of a
firearm in the commission of
a felony ,
Cedrick Lenard Gee--
Contempt of court (non-sup-
port), failure to appear
Michael. Vernell Mon-
lyn--Criminal registration
7/19/05
Chancie Lynette Ander-
son--No valid or expired dri-'
vers license


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Giving Good Instructions
It is good to follow directions and to give clear instructions.
Recently, I was at a Civil War battlefield in Virginia and lis-
tened to the park ranger explain how things got very confusing
in a major conflict. The orders could have been made clearer and
those receiving them could have asked questions so as to under-
stand better. One commander even asked some local residents to
guide him along the right road. They took the wrong road and-
the troops marched away from where they were supposed to'be.
At the Battle of Chickamauga in the same war, a Union gen-
eral misunderstood the orders from his commanding officer. He
pulled his men out of line, leaving a gaping hole in the front. Just
at that moment, Longstreet's Confederates struck with a spirited
attack. They went right through the gap and cut the enemy's
army in two. A retreat into Chattanooga.began.
We were also in ColonialWilliamsburg on our trip. The vis-
itor center there gives instructions such as don't climb trees and
don't get in front of horse-draw n carriages. Good idea.
I purchased one of those sun shields for my car's wind-
shield. The instructions said not to drive around w ith this shade
co' ering the windshield. Good idea.
Then there was the food product which had a warning that
cooked food may be hot. That's new s.
There is also a World WarII story about an army unit which
s' itched road signs to confuse enemN troops.
NMy \ ife and I toured historic Sa\ annah. Georgia. last week.
We:had several tour book- and brochures % ith maps. Though the
streets of the old area (and most of Sa\ annah is old' are not num-
bered, they are laid out in a neatly organized w\ay. About 250
years ago, when the city was being settled, early planners decid-
ed to lay out the place in a way that made sense. The\ also set
aside 24 areas, called squares, where neighborhoods could grow
and flourish. Twenty-one of these are still in existence. So we
drove around, getting used to the cit\. My wife read the map,
calling out street names, and I made the appropriate turns and
stops. At least once, I made a very inappropriate turn. going the
wrong way on a one-way street. I was alerted to this when mo-
torists headed right at us, waving their arms, shaking flags. and
saying things I.could not and did not want to hear.
There is a Bible % erse. I Corinthians 14:8. w% which says. "And
if the bugler, doesn't sound a clear call, how will the soldiers
know they are being called to battle?"
We need to be clear when we offer help to others. Just sa) -
ing. "Hang in there," or "Tough it out," may not be what is need-
ed. We need to let folks know Iail Chnr1 and His Word have the
answers to the tough questions of life.
If the directions are not clear or are not followed correctly,
trouble comes.
These are good lessons to learn.



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Friday, July 22, 2005


John"


By Jacob BembrN
Greene PublisLuia,. Ic.
Each iw th illadJisiio' Eittipisc-Re',-,n'i is
featunng asp, .liht i'i Pei rwinii Deu lpomi, Sen It c
formi rlt lit llaJi son-Jtffi rsin .A-siianoi o't Rct hUal
ed Ctfizes.u. lie ICHS's ESE rainsinc:o !01,)I._W
John James is a young man \\ ho is doing big
things, including working at Dollr General through
the high school's job Iransion program.
John got the job. thanks to N lan Coxd\. die wran-
sition coordinator at Madijso:n oii unr High School.
in conjunction with Personnel De\elopment Ser-
vices. John %\as a mentor in the High School/High
Tech program Cood\ teaches at NICHS. Coody kept
after Laurel NMlten. the manager at Dollar General
until she tinalla landed .n internel0 for John. He \,as
hired as a cashier and stock clerk at the reuil estab-
lishment.
"He's \ orkinc out real egeat." Laurel said. "He's
a good v'.orker and he's good %\ith the customerss.
John's %er. rehable. "
She said that John \\sL, die first student she had


JaTIes


hired through the high school's transition program.
Joaue Schreiber. the assistant manager at the
store., concurred idth Laurel. saying that John is "ver
reliable"
In school. John's fax orite subject is history. Away
from school. John's hobbies include video games and
making amateur movies.
When asked %what hius favorite pan of the job is,
John answered. "Gerting the exercise."
John has lost o\er 100 pounds over the last two
years.
L i John is the son of Jean James. His father was (he
late Gene James.
Laurel added that the besi part about John \\ork-
ing at Dollar General is that he is a "real team player."
John James is working as a stock
clerk and cashier at Dollar General. Pic-
lured. left to right are Joanie Schreiber, as-
sistant manager: John James; and Laurel
Maillen. store manager. iGreene Publishing,
lnc. Photo b) Jacob Bembry. July 8. 2005)


Do You Know The Word To Use When Communicating About People With Disabilities?


People with disabilities
have the same rights as every-
one else in this world: to hold
down a job, to acquire and ad-
equate education and to partic-


ipate in their community.
Above all, the\ ha\e a nrght to,
self-esteem. Please help en-
sure these rights by referring
to individuals in terms that ac-
knowledge their abilities, mer-
it and dignity.
The following is a list of
terms to avoid when commu-
nicating with or writing about
people with disabilities.;
AFFLICTED: Very neg-
ative and definite downer.
Person \\ ho has or is affected


by, is much better.
DISABLED: Sounds like
an inanimate, object instead of
a person. Instead use individ-
ual, person or people with -a
disability.
CRIPPLED OR CRIP-
PLER: This paints a mental
picture at which no one wants
to look. ,
DRAIN OR BURDEN:
Added responsibility is a bet-
ter term to use.
POOR: Disabilities hiaxe


nothing to. do with ho.
wealthy someone is. A per-
son's character determines the
richness of his or her life.
SUFFERS FROM: If
someone with a disability isr
independent and copes, with
life as well as most of us, then
this phrase definitely does not
apply.
UNFORTUNATE.:,
What's unfortunate is that this
word is often used to describe
people \ith disabilities. Don't


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offend %% ith this one.
VICTIMl: A person \ ith
a disability \ as neither sabo-
taged nor necessarily injured
in a plane, train or car crash.
WV H E E L C H A R
BOUND: Lea\es the impres-
sion that the \ wheelchair user
(a better descnpti\e term) is
glued to his or her transporta-
tion.

Division
Of
Forestry
Fire
Prevention
Program

Madison County
Public Library
1000 College Drive,
Madison, FL 32340
850-973-6814

When:
Tuesday. July 26. 2005
Time:
10:00 am 11:00 am

Program Activities:
Nleet Division of
Forestry Personnel
Forestry Video
Importance of a
healthy forest
Types of fires
Games, prizes and
giveaways
Free literature and
pamphlets

Smokey the Bear will
make an appearance!

All elementary age
children are in\ ited to
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Annie Mae Solomon


Annie Mae Solomon, 78,
of Madison, died Thursday,
July 14, 2005, at the South
Georgia Medical Center.
The service will be at 11
a.m. on Saturday, July 23,
2005, at the Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church in Madison
with burial to follow at the old
St. Luke Cemetery in Madi-
son. Visitation/Wake will be
from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday at
the Ganzy Funeral Home.
Mrs. Solomon was a
member of Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church for many years
where she served as devoted
member of the Senior Usher
board and the Kitchen Com-
mittee. She also served as
president of the Usher board
for the Madison County minis-


Mildred Cly
Mildred Clyde Driggers,
age 90, died Tuesday, July 19,
2005, in Madison. Funeral
services were on Thursday,
July 21, 2005 at Beggs Funer-
al Honie Madison Chapel
with burial following in Oak
Ridge Cemetery Madison.
The family received friends
Wednesday, July 20, at the fu-
neral home.
She was born in Madison,
,and had lived in Jacksonville
for 20 years where she was in
the restaurant business for
man\ years, before moving
tack ', Madison.- She was
owner and operator of the Yel-
low Pine Restaurant and the
College Inn Restaurant, and


ters, Deacons and Laymen
Training Union. She was a
member of the Electra Chapter
#64 where she served as secre-
tary for many years.
Survivors include two
daughters, Essie Mae McQuay
(Willie) and Lillie M. Graham
(Clarence), both of Madison;
three sisters, Caretha Smith
(Al) of Tarpon Springs,' Min-
nie Poole of Madison, and Le-
ola Powell of Sanford; five
brothers, Tommie Pridgeon,
Lewis Curry (Bobby), Curtis
Pridgeon, and George Prid-
geon of Madison and Sammie
Pridgeon of Quitman, GA;
sixteen grandchildren, thirty-
eight great grands; eight great
great grands and six great
great great grandchildren.


,de Driggers
was a member of Grace Pres-,
byterian Church in Madison.
She has been in Madison
Nursing Center for 4 1/2
years.
She is survived by 3
nieces: Helen Bland of Madi-
son, Ophelia Allen- and hus-
band Harry of Moultrie, GA,
and Betty Williams and hus-
band James of Madison; and
one nephew, Eustace Home
and wife Lynne of Orlando.
She has many great nieces and
nephews and great great
nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased in
death by her husband, Nilton
Driggers, and a son, Thorpe
Driggers.


Kermit Irwin Taylor


.Kermit Irwin Taylor,
"age 64, died Saturday, July
16. 20105, in Madison;
Nlemorial services will be
-2 p.m. Saturday, July 23,
:2005, at Beggs Funeral
home Madison Chapel.
He was born in Wetzel
County, West Virginia and
.li\ed -in Zephyrhills before


moving to Madison in
1987. He worked as a Sal-
\ager and was a Dealer.
He served in the United
States Navy from 1960 to
1964.
He is survived by his
longtime companion, Mary
Alice Phillips of Madison,
and many close friends.


July 22
Senior Citizens Council
of Madison will be holding
Community Outreach at
Winn Dixie Shopping Center
from 2 pm till 4 pm. The
public is welcome.
July 22-23
The Junior Auxiliary of
Madison is collecting donat-
ed school supplies to be dis-
tributed to Madison County
school students in need. All
supplies can be dropped off
at the Courthouse or Jimmy
Davis Enterprise from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday or at
the Winn-Dixie or Harvey's
Lots from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Saturday.
July 23
Boy Scouts Troop #633
and Girl Scouts Tro.op #40S
are joining forces to hold a
car wash at the Sears parking
lot from 9 a.m.'to 4 p.m. Do-
'nations arewelcome!. Plea,-e
bring your cars, trucks, vans
or bicycles to. help raise
money for the troops' sum-
mer camps and supply funds.
July 26
The Division of Forestry
Fire Prevention Program will


.be held at the Madison
County Public Library, 1000
College Drive,. Madison
from 10 11 a.m. Program,
Activities include, meeting
Division of Forestry person-
nel, le.rnin'-t about the im-
portance of a healthy forest,;
the types of fires, .games,
prizes and .i'ej a\ a ..
Smokey. Bear will make an
appearance! All elementary
age children are invited to
participate in this FREE pro-
gram.
July 28
The Guardian ad Litem
Program needs volunteers.
This court appointed pro-
gram. for abused, neglected
and/or abandoned children
placed in Foster Care helps
provide a, oice for those
who 'can't speak up. New
volunteer classes are from 10
.1 1i I p i 1 1 1 1 r1 It Il-
ence Room at 306NS. Range


St., Madison. For more in-
formation or to register, call
Sandy Tice at 1-866-341-
1425.
July 29
The Madison Counts
High. School Air Force
JROTC is raffling off a hand
crafted Curio Cabinet and
Rocking chair donated to the
FL-033 b\ School board
Member Kenny Hall and his
work crew. Items may been
seen at Bank of America in
Madison daily. Tickets are
$1.00 and may be purchased
at Fat Daddy's Restaurant,
Share Computers, Uphold's
Feed, Bank of Amnerica. any
AFJROTC Cadet or booster
Club member..Winner need
not be present to win.
July 30
Florida A&M University
will be hosting their fourth
II..n .I e- r.11 i u bjct tIak 'I 1i
Quincy. The' subjects that


will be addressed are how to
get started in. the meat goat
business, establishing the: fa-
cilities for meat goats, se-
lecting and evaluating breed-
ing stock and reproductive
ima uement Ot meI C.oa[-..
Registration for this traininit2
Wesion Is $5. For more in-





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I experienced an outpouring of love and concern that was
truly overwhelming before, during and after my cancer surgery.
Many of my friends sent cards, floral arrangements and
food.
For that reason I wish to thank each one of you for your
kindness, your warm words, prayers, beautiful flowers, meals,
phone calls, visits and cards. They provided strength and sup-
port to Bill and I during this time.
I truly value each and every friendship. May God bless each
of you.
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WILLIAMS


By Jacob Bembrv
Greene Pubhi shing, Inc.
GarN Williams. ow) ner of Williams Electric. has over
25 years in the electric business.
Williams began doing electrical \work on the farm.
owned b\ his parents. the late Robert L. and Marie
Williams. He later lied \with his brother. Archie. in
Cabria, California. \\here he did more electrical work.
After a stint in the U S. Arm\, he got his state electri-
cian's license in Florida. He worked for Di\ie Packers
until 1989. when he %ent full-time into the electrical
business.
Williams guarantees quality work. He engages in
both residential and commercial contracting. He does to-.
tal wiring for homes and he current\ does commercial
Work at Realwood.
Williams, a native of Madison. grew\ up in the coun-
ts, attending school at Lee and Madison High School. He
is married to the former Tamm\ Pickles and has two
adult children. Jessica and Jared, by a previous marriage.
Jessica graduated from Valdosta Tech's x-ray technician
program and became state certified as a technician. Jared


is currently attending
Valdosta Tech.
Williams has s
been the chairman of
the Madison Count I
Competency Board
for four years. He is
the community board
member for Capital
City Bank. .


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Town Council of the Town of Lee, Florida, proposes to amend the Official Zoning Atlas
of the Town of Lee Land Development Regulations;, hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, affecting the lands within the corporate limits of the Town as show
on the map below, as follows:.

Ordinance 2005-05, an application by the Town Council, to amend the Official Zoning
Atlas of the Land Development Regulations to change the zoning district from Residential
Single Family -1 to Commercial on the properties described as follows:


Begin @


DESCRIPTION:
Parcel # 11-1S-10-1146
Row of SAL Rail Road 428' E of Section Line E 180' North 380' South 380' to
Point of Beginning, 1.57 acres more or less


Immunizations Are Required For

Kindergarten And Seventh Grade
By Mike Moore All shots must be corn-
Greene Publishing. Inc. pleted before the first day of
Itis time to begin thinking school. Children notirmrnu-
about and planning for nized %%ill not be permitted
those things called to attend school
"shots." Parents ma\ call the
Children entering iMadison County Health
kindergarten must ha'e Department at 973-
proof of required im- 5000 or their private
munizati6ns. physician. Parents are
Children entering reminded to have
seventh grade will these shots com-
be required to pleted to make
have completed sure their, child
Hepatitis B Se- 'ets into
ries and Tetanus kindergarten
Diphtheria: .and seveni
Booster shots. grade.


Florida Reat
__ s


The second of two public hearings on the proposed amendment and the second reading
of the ordinance adopting the proposed amendment will be conducted by the Town Council
onAugust 2, 2005 at 7 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the Town
Council Meeting Room, Town Hall, located at 286 NE County Road 255, Lee, Florida."
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed amendment and the ordinance adopting the proposed amend-
ment.
Copies,of the proposed ordinance adopting the proposed amendment are available for
public inspection at the Office of the Town Manager, Town Hall, 286 NE County Road 255,
Lee, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public hear-
ing, they will need a record of the proceedings and for such propose thel may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record included the"testimony evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Good morning Are you
enjoying summer these very
hot July days? Only if you're
poolside with .a tall iced
drink and dreaming of Alas-
ka or Bermuda.
To stay cool, think cool
thoughts.
Picture snowplows try-
ing to do the impossible dur-
ing Northern Winters, go
mentally skiing or ice-skat-
ing. Better yet, do some-
thing near at hand take a
dip in Blue Springs! How
fortunate we are to live so
near this lovely natural won-
der as well as the beautiful
rivers which border our
county and in which we fish,


hunt and canoe, picnic and
swim. We remember well
how we enjoyed a wiener
and marshmallow roast at
Dr. Long's camp on the
banks of the Withlacoochee
for Madison High's Junior
and Senior Classes. We were
fifteen at a time when such
simple pleasures were big
events in our young lives.
Our LVFD is the proud
possessor of a beautiful new
fire truck. They also were
successful in obtaining a
grant with which they pur-
chases badly needed extrica-
tion equipment. All other
county fire departments were
invited to attend a demon-


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Regina Thompson, who
bought the old Stroup store
and the house behind it, is
having the store remodeled
and thankfully having the
old house razed. She also
bough the Wilmer Bell prop-
erty across 90 from the Jiffy
and will have that house re-
modeled. More on this when
information is available.
In the Lee Business
Complex only one room is
still available for rent. The
cafeteria and kitchen,
though, has a new coat of
paint and may soon be avail-
able to the right tenant. How
about a tearoom and gift
shop? Also we have a new
sport slated for the gym. Al
Allen is in the process of
forming youth teams of vari-
ous ages to teach wrestling.
His intent is to provide an-
other outlet for our youth to
expand all that energy which
might, otherwise be directed
in the wrong direction. Mr.
Allen is a member of the Na-
tional Wrestling Association.
Contact Lee Town Hall for
more information.
Leonard and Janice
Miller and son Jeremy are
enjoying a visit from
younger son Leonard, Jr. and
wife Amanda, the ones with
the new baby. Don't you
know little Abigail is being
terribly spoiled?
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Madison County is in
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The Sherman Vasvary's
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the Kinsev family Simon's
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Friday, July 22, 2005


Rev. Agner Returns From Church General Assembly
Rev. Robert "Robbie" Ag- vention and General Assembly, to serve as one of the six gener- the denomination for twenty Katrina, and her husband, diana, where he serves as exe
ner recently returned from Indi- held in that city. That body al superintendents. She had years. Her husband had earlier David Vickery, as well as with utive pastor of the Collej
anapolis, IN, where he attended made church history this time served as the General Director served as the district superin- his grandchildren and great- Wesleyan Church. In addition
the quadrennial General Con- in that it elected its first woman of the Mission Department of tendent of the North Florida granddaughter. There were he visited his daughter, Bonni


How blessed we are!
How thankful we are to have
six people join us on Sunday.
Kenneth McLeod, son Jack
McLeod, his fiance and
Leslie Ann Criss.
How blessed we are for
new great grandchildren -
Gean, McCullough with her
Lucile Sadie-Gean Cherry and
Juanita Ragans with her great
granddaughter Audrey Lynn
Dickard and for new grand-
children, Bobby and Debbie
Kinsey's grandson Samuel
Noonan, 6 lbs. 8 1/2 oz., born
to Kelly and Jeremy, and for
,expected Baby Copeland (Jen-
nifer and Walter) and the great
shower for them last Sunday;
.f prn"Q


Rehab; for Bobby Kinsey
with broken ankle (and new
firstborn grandchild a boy);
for James Harris; C. J. Blan-
ton; Art Duran; Barbara Fer-
rell (cousin); Dot Reeves
(cousin), Scot Copeland, and
all others.
How thankful for the
great service, great crowd,
great singing, great .spirit,
great message and Dan Camp-
bell singing the song he wrote.
How thankful for Busi-
ness Meeting Sunday night
and being about our "Father's
Business."
The youth Group is col-
lecting staples as in canned
goods, etc.
Brad and Kendra Clark's


parents and her grandparents
visited them from Missouri.
Prayers for Alston and
Kay Kelley and family in the
death of her mother in Key-
stone Heights.
Remember Fifth Sunday
Sing with Ice Cream after-
wards.
How thankful we are for
"A Day of Remembrance" at
the Barbara Memorial Church
of the Nazarene Sunday with
family and friend as we en-
joyed fellowship and friend-
ship.
May the Lord help us re-
member and be grateful for
the firm foundation of faith of
family and friends.
Amen!


District of the denomination.
She was a high school class-
mate of Joyce V. Agner, the de-
ceased wife of Rev, Agner.
For three days dJuiiiii thi
period there was -
teen Bible
quizzing on the
book of Matthew .
from teens from ;
the international e *
church. Brian
Clark from' Mari-
on, Indiana, a .
grandson of Rev.
Agner, quizzed
during this peri-
od, 'achieved ni...
fourth place in the
entire denomina-
tion.
While in In-
dianapolis, Rev,
Agner spent time .
in the home of his Four g
oldest daughter, Mia; Katr


four generations in his family
present while he was there.
He also visited his daugh-
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Rev. GreE Clark. in Marion. In-


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Friday, July 22, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A


Lee First Baptist To Host Spanish

By Jacob Bembry Janet Bailey and their children, people and they we
Greene Publishing, Inc. Jeff Bailey said that the church plans to hold meetings, prob- cans had escaped to
A Spanish ministry is a dream that will be coming true in a ably on Saturdays, at the pavilion at Lee Town Hall. He said that Dream.
couple of weeks for some members of Lee First Baptist Church. several people had expressed an interest in helping with the Jeff, Janet and
A group of 28 people from six Baptist churches recently group, including not only members of Lee First Baptist but also Christ in Spanish, t
went to Mexico on a trip where they helped work on a health other people in the community. Lee community.
clinic and teach Bible school. Among those going were Jeff and Jeff said that the trip to Mexico had opened the eyes of some Jeff Bailey is th


Church Of The Nazarene Hosts Spec


Ministry

re able to better understand why the Mexi-
the United States to follow the American

their team plan to bring the gospel of Jesus
through interpreters, to the Hispanics in the

e youth director at Lee First Baptist Church.


ial Service


Youngest Generation L to R First row Hope Rivers, Joy Rivers, Melissa Lundell, Carolyn
Ulffers. Second row Parker Busch, Noah Rivers, Faith Rivers, Rhett Gwin, Madison Busch.
Third row April Lundell holding Carolina Rose Busch, Grace Rivers, Stacey Lundell, Rob Gwin.


By Sarah Dobbs Gwin
Barbara Memorial Church
of the Nazarene hosted a special
musical remembrance and wor-
ship service on Sunday, July 17,
from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Established in 1936, the
church has been attended
throughout the years by descen-
dants of both Reverend Willie
James Agner, who founded the
church as an interdenomination-
al fellowship of believers, and
his brother, Carradine (Dean)
Dewey Agner, Sr., and local
neighbors and friends.
Cousin Wilbur Pulliam and
others helped construct the first
church facility on the family
property of B.M. and Nina Agn-
er Williams, located on State
Road 254, now known as Dusty
Miller Avenue.
Reverend Willie Agner was
pastor of the congregation from
1936 to 1974, his second son,
Carroll, from 1974 to 1980, and
son Robert has been the pastor
since 1990. Other pastors in-
cluded the Reverends Arthur
Allen, Cecil Beeman, R. L.
Dale, and Bill Carter.
Reverend Willie and his
wife, Fannie Pulliam Agner.
were parents of 13 children,
with the remaining ten still re-
siding in Madison .County.
Dean and his wife,' Clide Stew-
art Agner, had ten children,
three who live, in Madison
County.'
The idea for the special
music service had its roots in
the Agner family gatherings
where the children of both
Willie and Dean Agner joined
around the piano to sing fa-
vorite gospel songs.
Family members from far
and near gathered Sunday to re-
member those "good ole days"
and sing "Supper Time," "Tell It
Again," "Awakening Chorus,"
"Farther Along," "His Eye Is on
the Sparrow," and many more.
The church was organized
as a Church of the Nazarene on
January 1, 1947, and named for
Willie and Dean's mother, Bar-
bara Isabel Stephens Agner,;
who died shortly after thebe-
ginning of the church in 1936.
She and her husband, John
Lewis Agner, who had preceded
her in death, had other children,
namely, Quincy Agner, Nina
Agner Williams, Edith Agner
Summers, Hugh Agner and He-
len Agner Fligh.
The Church of the
Nazarene was founded in 1908,
when several groups from
across the United States 'joined
together. It is truly an interna-
tional church, and has work in
150 world areas or countries.
The last country where the de-
nomination has work is Iraq.
This was announced at the re-
cent General Assemble in Indi-
anapolis, IN, attended by Rev-
erend Robert Agner. At this as-
sembly, it appeared that a South


American, Rev. Valhassoura,
pastor of the largest: church in
the denomination in Brazil,
Should be elected as General Su-
perintendent. the highest elec-
tive office in the church.. He
stood at a microphone. request-
ing that he not be considered for
that office. The reason he stat-
ed: "my heart is in Brazil."
Rev. Robert Agner served
as host of the special service,
%%elconung family and friends.
and later delivered an inspira-
tional message on the power
and proof of God's physical and
spiritual healing. sharing three


personal testimonies.
Music was led by his sister,
Shellie Agner Duran with broth-
er Sam Agner and wife, Jan,
providing musical accompani-
ment on the guitar and piano.
Cousin -Diana Agner Rehberg
also played the piano for a num-
ber of the special songs.
Prior to the celebration,
familN meribers Were asked to
share personal recollecuons and
stories, which %%ere complied
into a memorN book and distrib-
uted to all families present.
This booklet was dedicated to
the deceased \\ife of Re% erend


Agner-Pulliam Cousins First Roi iL to RI Jocc
Williams, Mildred Agner, Hilda Dixon, Diana Rehberg, Alex
Agner. Second row Nell Dobbs, Shellie Duran, Robert Ag-
ner, Paul Agner, Wilbur Pilliam. Third row Joe Dean Agn-
er, Sam Agner, Lewis Agner, C. D. Agner. Jr.. Carroll Agner,
Walter Agner.


Robert Agner, Joyce V, Price
Agner. Great-nieces. Christina
Joost and Ashley Duran helped
assemble the booklets. .
A collection of the.fa\ orite
songs sung on Sunday was pre-
pared by Re% erend Agner and
complied into a songbook by
Jan Agner.
Out of town attendees
were: Gina Rivers, daughter of
Hilda and Jimm\ Di\on. of
King George. VA: children -
Grace. Faith. Noah. Hope. Jo\
and a friend: Carol n Ulffers:
Juds and John Lundell, daugh-
ter and son-in-la\w of C. D. and


Ann A. ner. of ,GaiInesI ilie.
children: Stac,. Aplii Mlelissa
and a friend: Sar. Gv. in.
daughter of Niarjell and Nell
Dobbs. of Chickakti'a-. AL,
children Rob and Rheft;
Lewis and Cassandra Agnei. of
Cantonment: Diana Rehberg,
of Warner Robins,. GA and,
daughter Sand' Busch. of 0-
Fallon, Illinois, children -
Parker, Madison and Carolina
Rose. :
Services are held 'meekl.i
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Church of the Nazarene on
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Since 1830
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
S Rev. Lee Monroe FerDon, O.S.I,.
Brian Sanderson. Youth Pastor
.finl Catron, Lay 1,eader
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MADISON COUNTY HISTORY


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11A


Trains And TracIs Are Part O1 ile lere


By Mike Moore
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Railroads and trains have played a big par.ia.the, historN of
Madison County.
The story began just before the outbreak of "ar between
North and South in the middle of the Nineteenth Century. The,
railroad came to the county during those turbulent times. For the
first time, Madison County was connected to the rest of the na-
tion by rails. And it meant many things The railroads replaced
the slow-moving wagons and coaches of earlier times and
opened the country to local people. People in Madison Count\
were able to move agricultural products, lumber, and other
goods. Passengers also made use of the new. trains and rails.
Goods and people could now be transported between Madison
County and distant locations.
Often, the train station was an important place in small
towns across the country. The mail also began to be moved by
rail, increasii, th[e pL-cdJ .,, ,.hluich ciizen L'otld i1e, ive letters
and packages The telegraph service \\as often handled b) rail
companies.
The steel ribbons were to play an important part in the war
effort during 1861-65. The Civil War was the first conflict in
which the combatants made extensive use of railroads. Troops
were moved from place to place and the huge armies received
many of their supplies by rail. Both sides attacked the railroads,
burning bridges and destroying tracks to prevent enemies from
using them. ",
Historical maps of Madison County show present railroads
and several abandoned lines. In addition, there were many log-


Greenville railroad station during the late 1800's.


Madison railroad station, pictured on November 10, 1969.


going tracks. Several others were suggested but never actually
constructed.
The first railroad to establish service in the.area was the
Penacjlcula..iJ nd Gcn'or.i.T. The i.il hine opened it. irak between,.
Madison and Tallahassee in 1860. It later became the Seaboard
Airline and now is known as CSX.
By November of 1861, shortly after war had come to the na-
tion, there was now a completed line from Tallahassee to Jack-'
sonville, running through Madison County. .
Confederates used the Florida railroads quite a bit during
the war. In February of 1864, Federal forces marched westward
from Tallahassee along the railroad. They met Confederate
troops at Olustee, near Lake City, and were driven back to the
east coast.
At different times during the county's history, several rail-
roads have been operated. These frequently merged, changed
names, or closed down. Today, a line runs east-west from the
Ella ille area, through Greenville, and on to Monticello. A
north-side line comes from Quitman, Georgia, down to Perry in
TaN lor County, also passing through Greenville. The first north-
south line in the county was the Withlachoochee Railroad Com-
pany. a small railroad which operated for about two years in the
S190-s.
in the early 1900s, after several mergers, the Seaboard Air
Line and the Atlantic Coast Line became the tw o major railroads
Sin the state. Both of these survived for manN years, until still
more reorganization changed the landscape again. In the late
S1960s. The ACL and SCL merged and used the name, Seaboard
Coast Line Railroad Company. The rail system is now known as
CSX Transportation Company.
Often, the early engines working on the railroads were
wood-burning locomotives. They needed to be frequently


loaded w ith wood and % after These trams would often combine
several passenger cars i ith a mail/baggage car. A turntable w as
constructed in Madison for use ini turning engines around for re-
turn trips.
And what of the future? Madison Counts has an interstate
highway, and many other good roads. Air travel is a %ailable.
Semi trucks move much of the nation's freight. Logging trucks
haul the loads from the forests to the sawmills.
The..Amtrak system mooes passengers throughout the Unit-
ed States and travelers can board, in Madison. Although no sta-
tion is located here, passengers may board or get off at 1000
South Range Street.
And freight suill rumbles through Madison Count) on the
ribbons of steel.


Daniel NI. Sullivan stands in front of the train depot in
Lee during the early 1900s. Notice the sign on the depot has
the town's name spelled "Lees." The depot was constructed
in the late 1800s.


George Brown and children inspecting the construction
of a railroad line at the Lee railroad station.


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On July 4. 1860, a celebration ias held in honor of the first train to come to the city of
Madison. The day was celebrated with dinner, a large crowed of citizens, and reading of the
Declaration of Independence. (Illustration above b. Tommy Greene, Greene Publishing. Inc.)


The Ge'orgia and Flonda Railway was orga-
nized in 1906 for the purpose of purchasing. build-
ing. and operating railroads in Georgia and Flori-
da. Most of the G&F w as assembled by John Skel-
ton Williams, former president of the Seaboard Air
Line Railwa\. between 1906 and 1911.
Williams acquired six lines: the 53-nule
Millen & Southwestern Railroad iNlillen-Pendle-
ton-Vidalia.: the 30-mile, Augusta and Florida
Railwa\ iKe\sville-Mid\ille);, the 20-mile At-
lanuc and Gulf Short Line Railroad Nid\ille-
S\"ainsboro,: the 87-mile Douglas. Augusta and
Gulf Rualw a (Hazlehursi-NMai'h iille and Barrows
Bluff-Broxtoni; the 12-mile Nash% ille and Sparks
Railroad (Nashiille-Sparks): and the 2S-mile Val-
dosta Southern Railway i Valdosta-Mladisoni.
In 1906 he obtained track rights on the Au-
susta Southern Railroad between Ke stille and


Augusta. Berteen 1906 and 1910, he connected
his various acquisitions with diree new lines: from
Swainsboro to Pendleton. from Hazlehurst to Vi-
dalia,. and from Nash% tlle to Valdosta. The result
%was a north-south line across Georgia from Au-
gusta to Madison. Florida.
After a reorganization in 1926. the G&F was
renamed dithe Georgia and Florida Railroad.
Most of the branch line from Millen to
Pendleton ion the former Millen & Southwest-
ern i % as abandoned in 1930. The former Augus-
tj Southern between Sanders'ille and Kes\ ille
w\as abandoned in 1934. in the midst of the De-
pression. In 1950 the branch line between
Stetens Crossing and Statesboro \as abandoned
In 1954 the Valdosta-Mladison line was sold to
new ow ners,. \ho renamed it the Valdosta South-
ern Railroad


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SCHOOL


Friday, July 22, 2005


Florida Tax Holiday Set For July 23-31
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc. y j ,
The State of Florida will hold its sales tax holiday
beginning Saturday, July 23 and continuing through y :
Sunday, July 31. The sales tax exemptions will apply .. ,
to books, clothing, footwear, certain accessories or certain
school supplies in the state of Florida.
No state sales tax or local option sales tax will be
collected on these items selling for $50 or less, or on
certain school supplies costing $10 or less. .
The exemption will apply to each eligible book i .
or item of clothing selling for $50 or less, and each el- ,iIJUP'
igible school supply selling for $10 or less. The ex-
emption does not apply to the sales of books, clothing or
school supplies within a theme park, entertainment com-
plex, public lodging establishment or airport.
Baby clothes, backpacks, diapers and other i
items are also sales tax-free during the eight-day hol-
iday.



Georgia Shoppers Can Purchase Clothing,

School Supplies And Computers Tax Free


For the fourth consecutive year, Georgia
shoppers will have the opportunity to purchase
certain clothing items, schools supplies, comput-
ers, and computer accessories tax-free during; a
sales tax holiday that begins at 12:01 a.m.,
Thursday, July 28 and continues until.midnight
Sunday, July 31.
"Thanks to the tax free holiday, Georgians
will find school supplies and other items more
affordable," said Governor Sonny Perdue.
"Past experience shows that retail stores will
also benefit from an increase in sales, helping lo-
cal economies to prosper.",
Purchases of personal computers and acces-
sories are exempt up to $1,500 per transaction.
Items included in the personal computer exemp-
tion category include monitors, personal com-
puter base units, keyboards, handheld comput-
ers, monitors, printers, modems, non-recreation-
al software, and other peripheral devices.
Personal digital assistants are exempt unless
*they allow voice communication. Other items
That are not exempt include regular cell phones.
digital cameras.. furniture .ind anisysteems. de-
vices, software, or peripherals, designed or in-
tended primarily for recreational use.
School supplies bought for classroom use
or classroom related activities are exempt if
they cost $20 or less per item. Included in this
area are pens, pencils, notebooks, paper, book
bags, calculators, dictionaries, thesauruses, chil-
dren's books, and books listed on approved
school reading lists for pre-kindergarten
through 12th grade. Sales tax \\ ill be due on the
purchase of an\ single school supply item that
exceeds $20.
Clothing and. foortear .are exempt up to
$100 per item, but there is no limit on ho\\ man .
pairs of shoes and clothing items an individual
can buy. If the price of an article of clothing or
pair of shoes exceeds $100. then the item \\ ill be
taxed at its full retail pnce. Clothing acces-
sones. jeeLr). handbags. umbrellas. e\e%%ear,
watches. w\atchbands. and smular items are not


exempt from sales tax during the tax-free period.
The sales tax exemption is intended only for
individuals and their personal use. It does not
appli to purchases made for resale, purchases by
businesses. items leased or rented, or items sold
at sports facilines. theme parks, restaurants, pub-.
lik lodging establishments, and airports.
Additional information and a comprehein-
sive list of exempt items are available at any of
the Department of Revenue's regional offices or
on the Internet at the Department's \ eb site:
www.gatax.org Individuals can also get infor-
mation by calling 404-417-6601 or contacting
the Department of Revenue via e-mail at
salestaxholiday@gatax.org.
House Bill 5 provides for a sales tax ex-
emption from both state and local sales taxes for
four days, July 28 31, 2005, for the back-to-
school shopping season.
During the sales tax holiday period, a sales tax
exemption applies to items of tangible personal
property in the following three categories:
Articles of Clothing: The exemption ap-
plies it aticles qof clothing and foot ear \\ ith a
sales price of $100 or lessper item. Clothing ac-
cessories such as handbags, umbrellas, etc. are
not exempt:
Personal Computers: A single $1,500 or
less purchase of personal computers and related
accessories is exempt. The exemption is granted
to computers, Internet modems, printers, speak-
ers, anl non-recreational software. If the single
purchase exceeds $1,500, the entire transaction
is taxable.
1 General School Supplies: The exemption
applies to the purchase of general school sup-
plie \\ ithi a sales price of $20 or less per item.
,The exemptions are intended for individuals
and their personal use. The exemption excludes
items rented or leased and does not apply to pur-
chases made b\ businesses or purchases made
for resale. The exemption also does not appl[ to
exempt items sold at theme parks. entertainment
complexes. hotels. restaurants. and airports.


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OUTDOORS


Friday, July 22, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A


Dove Club Permits On Sale ..


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oFowi.


Each year, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commnussion (FWC) of-
fers exceptional dove hunting
opportunities throughout the
state.. The FWC manages
nine special-opportunity
dove fields through its Dove
Club, the agency's Special-
Opportunity Dove Hunt Pro-

Beginning at 10 a.m.
(EDT) July 1, sportsmen can
apply to purchase Dove Club
Permits' .at any county tax
collector's office, authorized
license .agent, online at
MyFWC.com/dove or by
calling 1-888-HUNT-FLORI-
DA -(486-8356), toll-free
from anywhere in the United
States or Canada.
Dove Club Permits,
which are available on a first-
come. first-sered basis, al-
low one adult and one youth
(under age 16i to participate
in all scheduled hunts for a


designated dove field (up to 8
days). These half-day hunts
cost $150 and enable the per-
mit holder and the youth to
both take a daill bag limit of
birds.
Dove hunung opportuni-
ties ore in high demand, and
these special hunts offer the
perfect setting for friends and
family to hunt together in a
friendly, social atmosphere.
Hunters \\ho purchase these
annual permits will -sa-ae
themselves more than half off
the cost of daily permits for
the season.
There are two new spe-
cial-opportunity dove fields
that %%ill be open this coming
season. A 31- acre do\e
field has been added to the
Bayard Public Small-Game
Hunting Area (PSGHA) in
Clay CountN. and 50 acres
has been created as a dove
field at the Fussel Road PS-
GHA in Polk County.


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Seven additional special-
opportunity do\e fields are
probably\ already cery famil-
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were open last year. They
are: Schneider Farms tEs-
cambia County), Parker Road
(Alachua County). Caravelle
Ranch (Putnam County).
Dexter/Mary Farms Unit
(Volusia County1. Hilochee
iPolk CountN m. Allapattah
Road iMartin County) and
Frog Pond iMiami-Dade
County).
Dove Day Permits also
are available at a cost of $35.
These daily permits enable
one adult and one south (un-
der age 16) to hunt together.
but only allow\ s one bag limit
of birds to be harvested be-
tween the two.
Additionally, there is an
option to buy a $10 Youth
Permit at the same time a
Dove Day Permit is pur-
chased. The Youth Permit
enables one youth, %while
hunting under the super-i-
sion of the adult Do\e Day
Permit holder, to harvest ani
additional daily bag limit of
birds. The Dove Day and
Youth permits go on sale at
10 a.m. (EDT) on Sept. 18,
and they are transferable.
Interested hunters-are en-
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Bronson Announces Reopening Of Two Summer

Oyster Harvesting Areas Of Apalachicola Bay
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Charles H. Bronson announced today the re-
opening of two of five summer oyster harvesting areas in Apalachicola Bay.
The reopening of those areas comes 10 days after the Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services had closed all of the bay to oyster har-
vesting as a result of potential impacts from Hurricane
Dennis.
Public safety is our number one concern and
e, we had to make sure that the waters open for
-- harvest meet FDA standards," said Bron-
-.son.


What price can you put
on superior performance.


As a result of extensive monitoring of
the bay, officials say the) are reopening.
Areas 1652 and 1662 as tests show that
oysters are safe to consume from those
Sareas.. ;Area 1652 is north of the John
Gorrie Memorial Bridge while 1662 is
south of the bridge.
Bronson emphasized that testing is on-
going, and the remainder of the sliellfish har-
vesting areas will reopen as soon as tests indi-
cate that shellfish from those areas are safe to
consume.
The Department of Agricuilture'and Consumer Ser-
vices, which is responsible for ensuring the safe har-
vest of Florida shellfish, is reminding high-risk Floridians
to avoid consuming raw oysters. which often harbor the natu-
rally occurring bacteria Vibrio Vulnificus.

the bacteria include hea\v drinkers %with liver damage.
as well as people with certain health conditions, includ-
ing those with liver disease, diabetes. cancer, stomach
disorders or any illness or treatment that weakens the
immune system.
There are several cooking techniques that individr
uals in high-risk groups can use to enjoy oysters while
remaining safe. Thoroughly cooking>,oysters either by
r'fu .t y'fqyin'g' stewing Or roasting -' elimir-ates harmful bacteria
and viruses in the meat. Consuming raw oysters that
have undergone a post-harvest treatment process to
eliminate the bacteria can also reduce the risk of illness.
Information on the status of shellfish harvesting
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July 22, 1955 Editionh
Vacation Bible School Commences
The commencement exercises were
Shield Thursday evening in Greenville for
the Greenville Methodist Church, cls-
ing a very successful term of vacation
Bible School. Mrs. G. E. Bowers was
superintendent of the school and approx-
imately 50 were enrolled.

Free Parking
A big Greggs' Cookies truck
knocked down one of the alunmiilim
light poles and a city parking meter on
the south side of the city park last Thurs-
day afternoon. Damage was covered by
insurance to repair the pole and meter,
but in the meantime, there is one free
parking space near the city park.

Picnic At The Lake
Members of the Greefiville Baptist
Sunday School, church and visitors en-


joyed a picnic lunch at Cherry Lake
Wednesday evening. After swimming
and other recreation, all enjoyed a boun-
tiful supper followed by Vespers.

July 23, 1965 Edition
Perry-Patterson Reunion
Attending the annual Perry-Paterson
Reunion at Hart Springs held on Sunday,
July 18th were Mrs. E. P. Sanders, Mrs.
R. D. Baker, Mr. Richard Baker and
'Mrs; George Gand).

New Lieutenant
J. P. Morrow, Jr. of the Naval Air
Force in San Diego, CA, and son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Morrow of Madison, has
been promoted from ensign to Lt. J. G.

Going To Seminary
Don Wayne Davis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward C. Davis, of Madison, has
been accepted for admission to Southern


Baptist Theological Seminary in
Louisville. Kentucky. in the fall.

July 25, 1975 Edition
Miss Madison County Agriculture'
Susan Spradley was chosen Miss
Madison County Agriculture Tuesday
evening at the Annual Recreation Meet-
ing of the Farm Bureau. Spradley is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Spradley
of Greenville.

One Win,- One Loss
Last Friday night, the Madison Co
Little League All Stars played San Ma-
teo of Jacksonville and won with a
score of 3 to 2. That win' advanced
them to a meeting with the Callahan
Little League All Stars on Saturday
night at Fernandina Beach for the Dis-
trict II. Championship. The Madison
team lost that game with a close score
of 3 to 4.


Attending Seminar
Ben 0. Mercer and his wife, along
,with assistants Mrs. Mamie Woodard
and Mrs. Corine Henderson were in
Daytona recently to attend a seminar:
s on Medical Office Management
taught by. Reuben Groom, of Jack- ,
- sonville.

Y 'July 26, 1985 Edition
Library Program Drawing to an End
"Footloose in Florida" Summer Li-
brary Program is drawing to an end. The
. last program will be held Wednesday,
- July 31, at 10 a.m. We will be watching
a the movie The Yearling.

Luau Scramble
y. -A luau golf scramble with four-man
- teams will be hosted at the Suwannee
River Valley Country Club on July 27.
Come join in the laid back fun-filled
scrambling good time.


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Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326

Security Systems
Lifetime Warranty
Monitored 24 hours. Burglar and
Fire. Hardwire or wireless mo-
tion detectors. Door contacts,
glass break detectors, heat and
smoke detectors, panic buttons,
and many brand new and innov-
ative ideas offered only by this
company. BEST PRICES!!
William Greene-Security Con-
sultant 973-6131


Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Jrrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848






Dale Hodges

Mobile Homes
Oldest dealership in Valdosta Ga
celebrating 25 years of
"BLESSED BUSINESS".
229-242-3795,
Toll free 800-942-3795





Yard Sale Fri & Sat. 7/22 & 7/23
Circa 1950 Hammond chord organ,
circa 1950 Avon bottle chess set,
books, movies, plants, full Lynx
pelt mnt. man hat, Santa Claus col-
lection, Turquoise jewelry & caba-
chons, cassette tapes, diamond
plate, p/u tool box and much more
Hwy 360 SW 1 mile East of 221 -
Sirmons follow arrow.
Multi Family Yard Sale
Saturday, July 23 7am 2pm
Furniture, .small appliances, bake-
V are. clothing & more 646 NE Old
Blue Springs Rd. Lee Turn North
off of H'.,, 90 appro\ 1/2 ,mile on
Right. .. : .,




Brand New'
Ford F150 2005
3,800 miles. List $42,000 plus.
Selling for $36,000. Has DVD'
player, 6 disc CD player, upgraded
stereo system, bedliner, raingaurds,
and bugshield. Must see!' 850-929-
2960 or mobile: 850-673-1669




For Sale
(2pci Sectional sofa, $100
(1) BacklJes couch, $35
(1) Queen size bed, mattress, box
spring & frame, $100
(3) TV's, $20, $45, $50
(3) Kitchen chairs, $45,
(1) Spalding golf bag, $40
(1) Antique Spindle bed, $75
(2) sets 6' wide, interior, oak
French folding doors w/jams, $65
Mention This ad and get an
additional 25% off any item
mentioned above.
To see call 973-8548.
Please all calls before 9pm.


Queen Mattress set, double pillow
top. New in plastic with warranty.
$150. 850-425-8374
New leather sofa and loveseat.
$750, can deliver. 850-222-2113
MATTRESS SET New full set
with factory warranty, $99, call
850-222-7783
CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250.
Brand new, solid wood.
850-222-9879
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, in unopened plastic.
Must sell, $125. 850-545-7112
NEW Brand Name King Mattress
Set, $250, in factory plastic, war-
ranty. 850-425-8374
NEW BEDROOM SET: Beautiful
cherry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood
- King sleigh bed, dresser, mirror,
chest, 2 nightstands. Sug.List,
$4600, sell $1650.
850-545-7112

25lbs. of
Clean Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
850-973-4141


INCOME
OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Three rental mobile homes in
an established trailer park.
Current renters have rented
these homes for approxi-
mately three years. Always
pay on time, and take care of
house. $24,000 for all three
homes.
Will sign lot rent contract to
assure return of your invest-
ment.
Call 850-973-6131 or
850-464-1165

FORMAL DINING ROOM -
Brand new cherry table with 6
chairs and lighted china cabinet.
$3K retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374
6Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New
in boxes, sacrifice $550.
850-222-7783





Caretaker
Homes Livestock -
Dogs Cats Parrots
Keep your animals in their own
environment. I'll come and feed,
water and play with your pets.
No more worry about kennel
cough or the stress of being
away from home. Farm owner
with 30 years experience with
livestock, cats, dogs and Parrots.
Home Visit and Care
$10 per trip
Services Available:
Bring in your mail Turn
lights on/off Check air/heat,
doors, locks, windows. Check
property, gates, fences'. Give
feed/hay. Custom services ne-
gotiable.
References gladly given.
Call Susan at
850- 948-5097
evenings before 9 pm


Job Announcement


The Madison County Solid Waste/Recycling Department
is accepting applications for a Part-Time Collection Center
Attendant.

Responsibilities include record keeping of the Center's
daily activities, assist residents with proper disposal and recy-
cling techniques, distribute informative and educational print-
ed material to residents, report any problems and concerns to
the office of the Solid Waste Coordinator, and maintain cen-
ter grounds in a neat, clean and orderly fashion. Applicants
must have the ability to establish and maintain good positive
correspondence with residents using the Collection Center. A
20-30 hour work week is required with flexible hours a must,
and additional hours as needed. Salary starts at $6.53 per
hour. The position will remain open until filled. For addition-
al information, contact the office of the Solid Waste
Coordinator at 973-2611.

A completed Madison County Employment Application is
required. Madison County is an equal opportunity employer
and a Drug Free Workplace.

All applications must be submitted to the following address
by Friday, July 29, 2005 at 5:00 p.m.

Madison County Board of Commissioners
Att: Heidi Hemanes
Courthouse Annex
112 East Pinckney Street
P.O. Box 539
Madison, Florida 32341


Vacation Rental
Cherry Lake, 3bd, 2bth, sleeps 8.
By the week or by the weekend.'
Call 850-929-2905
2 bedroom, 1 bath MH's in park
on Highway 53, $140/per week in-
cludes $60 gas per month and $120
of electric per month. -
Must fill out application for Leas-
ing of Rental Property. $300 de-
posit plus first week's rent in ad-
vance. Call Alan 850-570-0742
3/2 bath MH in park 1/2 mile from
1-10 at Hwy 53, split plan, master
has own bathroom, $650 month in-
cluding $120 of Electric and $60
worth of gas. First two weeks in ad-
vance and $300 deposit. Will be
ready 7/15.

Martin House
Downtown Madison
1 Large efficiency $275.
1 Large 2 bedroom $450.
Heat & Air, mature responsible
adults. No children and No pets.
Call 850-578-2781


Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity .



Greenville Pointe

Apartments

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD. vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity

Qouthem Ivllas of

C^ adison C'partments


HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR. HC & nor-HC accessible apis.
Call 850-973-$552/ TDDTTY 711
.200i Southern Villas Circle. Madi-,:
.son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.


Doublewide Mobile Home
3bd, 2bth, Recently Remodled.
$550ino and $550 security de-
posit call 929-4333.





Commercial Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Corner lots. Front both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant, and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141.


Wanted:
75-100 acres at reasonable cost for
released quail hunting in North
Florida during 2005-2006 hunting
season. Land must be opened
enough to allow quail hunting.
Call 850-878-1670 eves. or,
e-mail dbrububba@aol.com


Sell It Qtuick
With/ Clacssifieds


CASH $$ Paid for land,
acreage, homes or mobile
homes with property. Top
dollar paid with quick clos-
ing.
Call Ben (386) 365-7653

House For Sale By Owner
Near Lake Frances, 910 Woodlawn
St. 3 br, 1 bath, screened porch,
fenced back yard, shown by ap-
pointment. $75,000, 973-8272
Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services'
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326




Justin Davis Enterprises
Now hiring in the Madison area.
Clean Class A CDL required with
tanker endorsement. Good benefits,
paid vacation, health insurance &
sick pay. Good pay for motivated
drivers.
Call 850-973-6648
$$AVON $$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
Sell $500, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy 973-3153

Stylist
Nail Tech
Space now available in booth
rental salon. Call 850-251-4828

Advent Christian Village
658-5627
wwwACVillage.net
FT/RN Supervisor/Restorative/
Wound Care, Unrestricted Florida
License, knowledge of LTC regs,
and experience in LTC setting re-
quired. Knlowledge/experience in
new CMS protocols desired. Com-
petitive wages, good benefits,
great working environment. Apply,
in person at Personnel Office Mon-
day through Friday from 9:00 a.m.
until 4:00 p.m., Carter Village Hall,
10680 CR 136, Dowling Park, FL:
or fa\ resumeto (356) 65s-5160,
EOE/DFW
Florida Department
Of Transportation Has A
Vacancy In Taylor County:


Position Number: 504049
Broad Band Title:
Engineering Technician IV
Working Title:
MMS/RCI Inspector
Closing Date:
August 2, 2005
For more information concerning
job dcscnpiion and requirements
and to apple\ online go to:
peoplefrirsL.nflorida.com/Iogon.him
or call 1-877-562-728S
The Department of Traansporta-
tion is an Equal Employment Op-
portunity, Affirmative Action and
Drug Free Workplace employer..

Roofing Help Needed
No Exp. Necessary $8 hour
Local and out of town work
Must have valid DL and own trans-
portation., For information and ap-
plication contact Becky:
(386) 754-2877 or (866) 417-6637


Florida Department
of Agriculture
Now accepting applications for
seasonal' positions as peanut in-
spection aides and samplers in
Lee. Call 1-800-782-3240, ext
261. Lea,'.e oui name, number
and specify) Lee.


Kegistranon ana tecoras
Specialist
(Part-time 25 hours per week). Du-
ties include: Assisting with the day
to day record keeping in the depart-
ment of Enrollment Services. Com-
plete job description on web site.
Qualifications: Must be High
School Graduate, AA/AS degree
preferred. Proficient in Microsoft
software.
Applications to: Director HR,
North Florida Community College,
1000 Turner Davis Drive, Madison,
Florida 32340. A complete packet
includes: resume and application
(available at www.nfcc.edu. Ques-
tions call 850-973-9487. Applica-
tion packet must be received by
07/29/2005. EOE

Office Staff Person
Growing Insurance agency look-
ing for take charge staff sales
person. Established office in the
Mad i -on area, Must be customer
oriented, professional ,appear-
ance. Sales experience is a plus.
Prefer insurance license but not
mandatory. Willing to train the
right person. Competitive salary
plus growth potential. Send re-
sumes to:
Keith Hargrove
121 West Base St.
Madison, FL 32340

Yarbrough Corp.
will be sponsoring a school to ob-
tain a security license for security
employment. The class will be held
July 226 & 27 at 8:00am at the
Kountry Kitchen Restaurant, in:
*,Lee, on 1-10.
Employment positions a, ailable
at present time.
Joe Peavy 850-929-4747,

Mature Christian needed to
work in .church nursery on Wed
& Sunday only. Call Fellow-
ship Baptist Church office @
973-3266 to inquire. Starting
pay $7.50, background check
will be required.

LPN or Paramedic
Needed
Busy physician's office seeking
motivated LPN or Paramedic for
full-time position. At least one year
of experience preferred. Wages
based on experience.
Send resume to:
312 S. Washington St..
Madison, FL 32340
Or fa\ 850-973--4929
Position Closes 7/22/2005
The Healthy Start Coalition
of Jefferson, Madison and
Taylor Counties '
is seeking a' Projects Coordinator.
Position requires knowledge of lo-
cal community health 'services and
agencies, ability to communicate'
clearly and concisely through oral
and written communication, ability
to establish and maintain effective
working g relationships with Coali-
tion membership, staff, all
providers and the general public,
ability to design, prepare and deliv-
er health education presentations,
and the ability to work indepen-
dently in local office or in the field.
Requires reliable transportation,
valid driver's license, good driving
record and automobile insurance.
The ideal candidate will have Bach-
elor's degree in social work, social
sciences, education, health, or so-,
cial services related field of studies
and a strong working knowledge of
all Microsoft Office functions,.
Knowledge of community rela-
tions, public healthissues, maternal
and child health, social work, or
'marketing experience preferred.
Experience in the community's so-
cial services preferred; must reside
in Jefferson, Madison or Taylor
Counties. Base Salary $27,000.00.
Submit Resume to:
Healthy Start
PO Box 568
Greenville, FL 32331
by Jul 30, ?005.


Just one more
week left"f!



Yard Sale Ad
Special Ends
Next Weekj
Florida Department
of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County :
Position Number: 04847
Broad Band Title: Highu:i\ Mjin-
tenance \Vorkei. -,Le' el I
Ilorking Title: Highway Mainte-
nance Technician
Closing Date:
June 2g. 2005 '
For more information conccinirneg
job description and requirement,
appik online.
peoplefirst.m) ilorida.comlloelii.htmi
or call toll free 1-877-562-7287
The Department of Transportation is
an Equal Employment Opportunity,
Affirmative Action and Drag Free
Workplace employer..

Shingle Applicators Needed
Experience Req./Greal Pay
Must have valid DL Jnd o, n nian-
portation. For information nd ap-
plication contact Becky:
(386) 754-2877 or (866) 417-6637

Housekeeper

Deerwood Inn

850-973-2504 [








Advertising Sales
Person
needed at.
GREENE PUBLISHING
Professional appearance and
pleasant personality a must. Must
be able to work well under pie.-
sure and maintain a team player
relationship with coworkers. Expe-
rience and/or education in this
field preferred but not required.
Apply in person with resume
at our Hwy 53 office


Tractor

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|SUWANNEE VALLEY HUMANE SOCIE TY CRITTER CORNER ] FRE ETIJ MATES


Tv.o nule _;uioth of Lee off
C.R. 255 From 1-10 Exit 262. Take
C.R. 255 north 1/2 mile
We are a Limited Space Shelter
(no kill). You must check with us
prior to bringing a drop-off animal to
the. shelter. Hours: Tues. to Sat.


Childcare

and

CDA Classes

begin

August 5.

Contact us

about

FREE Tuition!

(386) 364-2798


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HAMILTON W
TECHNICAL CENTER .
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386) 364-2750,~72427-F


10 0 to 2 00 or b) appointment.
Call us at (850) 971-9904 or toll free
at 1-866-236-7812.
DOGS
2806 CHELSEA 4 month old
Tricolor Female. Oh, she is so frisky
and full of beans! You'll laugh at
her adorable tricks and be so glad
you decided to take her home.
2345 MORRIS 1 year old Black
and Brown Male. He loves the shel-
ter and all his friends here, but he
would love to have his own people-
family. Morris will make a mar-
velous addition to a dog-loving fam-
ily...yours perhaps?
2744 GRACE 4 month old
Black and Brindle Female. Are you
going to be the one who can look
her in the eye and say no? I don't
think so, just because she is truly ir-
resistible. Please come and meet
her.
2770 GRIZZLY 7 month old
Tan and White Male. When you
hear that name, don't you think of
an old prospector, panning for gold?
Well, Grizzly is the gold! At least
his heart is made of gold; the rest of
him is pure doggy!
CATS
2812 IVAN Three and a half
month old Black and White Male.
Is he Ivan the Great or Ivan the Ter-
rible? Well, he's a Greatly sweet


natured bo3 and Teiribly adorable
one too. So maybe a little of
both....you decide.
2805 JOE 11 week old Oragge
Male. He is an all-boy, all-fun type
of guy. Come and meet this playful
boy; he'll win your heart and when
he's yours, your life's supply of joy
will multiply. ,
2796 MITZI 8 week old Grey
and Tabby Female. One of five tiny
grey shadows with huge blue eyes
and heart shaped faces. Your only
problem here is to decide which one
you'll take home...maybe two...or
three...or more???
2791 CHARLENE -Three and a
half month old Orange and White
Female. As pretty as a baby pump-
kin and has a gentle manner and a
loving personality. You could never
make a better choice than our much
loved Charlene.
LOST DOGS
CHE CHE German Shepherd/mix
- female about 60#'s, not spayed,
golden brown. She is very friendly.
Found on 60th St. close to Nobles
Fairy Rd. Call (386) 362-1181.
SWEET PEA Boston Terrier Fe-
male, black and white, 20 to 25 #'s.
Has a sore on back. Might growl if
picked up but she is not aggressive.
Lost around Haynes St. in Madison.
Call (850) 973-9601.


NO JOB TOO SNlALL
Mowing, Discing, tillinut
and box blading.
Paul Kinsley
Call 973-6326.




Saturday, July 30 10 A.M.
Statenville (Echols Co.), GA

(#1) HOUSE on 1* ACRE LAND
196 Sylvia St., Statenville
(#2) 22,000, SQ. FT. BLDG.
Factory Lane, Statenville
(#3) DUPLEX
US 129 North, Statenville
(#4) 24x40 DOUBLE WIDE
144 Belinda St., Statenville
(#5) 14x65 SINGLE WIDE .
152 Belinda., Statenville
(#6) 1/3, ACRE LOT
329 Hwy. 129 N., Statenville
(#7) 14x65 SINGLE WIDE
289 Jean Circle, Statenville
TERMS: 20% down auction
day with balance due In cash at
closing Within 30 days.
INSPECTION: drive by at any
time or call for an appointment.
10% buyers premium on all
purchases
Zenith Auction & Realty, Inc.
Donald Patton, CAI, Auctioneer.
GAL #1294 / REL #107251
P.O. Box 98, Lakeland, GA 31635
wwwzenithauctlons.com
229-482-2116 / 1-800-822-0653


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FREE $$ CASH $$ GRANTS! For
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Home buying! School! New Business!
$5,000-$500,000. Live Operators!
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Excellent Pay & Benefits for Experi-
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Graduate Students. Bonuses Available.
Refrigerated Now Available.
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years experience. Call Bynum Transport
for your opportunity today. (800)741-
7950.
Now Hiring for 2005 Postal Positions
$17.50-$59.00+/hr. Full Benefits/Paid
Training and Vacations No Experience Nec-
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$600 WEEKLY Working through the
government part-time. No Experience. A
lot of Opportunities. (800)493-3688
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

CASE NO: 05-24-CP


IN RE: ESTATE OF

ANTWON GIBSON,


Deceased.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the estate of ANTWON GIBSON, deceased, File Num-
ber 05-24-CP, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which isMadison County Courthouse, Madison, FL 32340. The name
and address of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are required to file with this Court, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLIC TION OF THIS NOTICE: 1 I all claims against the
estate and 12i any objection by an interested person on whom this notice was served that

challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifications of the personal representative, venue,
or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

Publication of this Notice has begun on July 15, 2005.
CALANDRA T. GIBSON,
203 N. E. Woodview Lane
Madison, FL 32340

MICHAEL A. REICHMAN
Post Office Box 41
Monticello, Florida, 32345
(850) 997-5100
FL. BAR NO: 183518

7/15. 7/22


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for Stunctured Settlements!


NOTICE
The District School Board of Madison County, Florida, will hold a public hearing on Tues.
lay, September 6, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the School Board Meet.
ng Room of the Superintendent's Office, 312 N.E. Duval Street, Madison, Florida.


A copy of the Student Progrrsiion Plan is on file a the
Madison Count) Scihol Board Otfict Ifor rei it.

The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 312 NE Dual S-t.
Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 120.54, 1001.43 F.S.

IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, WITH
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED \T THIS MEETING OR HEARING
HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS. %ND FOR SUCH PUR.
POSE, HE/SHE MA% NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERB\IIM RECORD OF THIE
PROCEEDINGS IS MAlDE, tHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY ANI
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.


7/22/05


IN RE:


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

Estate of


ALLEN GRAHAM a/k/a
A.G. GRAHAM, JR.

Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-82-CP


NOTICE OF ACTION

To: Unknown parties, if any, who
may claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees or other claimants by, through
or against a known person who is dead
or alive.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to determine beneficiaries of

Allen Graham a/k/a A. G. Graham, Jr. and Petition for Summary Administration has been
filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Rufus 0. Jefferson, 810 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303 and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above-styled court on or before AUGUST 5, 2005. Otherwise a
judgment may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of said court on this 5th day of JULY, 2005.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

By: Peggy Newman
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THUE TIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY

CASE NO. 05-232-CA


BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Pldintiff,


NOTICE OF ACTION


LINDA KAY JACKSON, IF LIVING, AND IF
DE \D. THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BI. THROUGH.
UNDER OR AGAINST LINDA KA1 JACKSON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LINDA KAN J\CKSON:
TINA MARIE JACKSON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF TINA MARIE JACKSON; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2,
Defendant.


10: LINI) K.\ It\KSON; tUNKNO\\N SPOUSE OF LINDA KAY J.Ck-
SON! TINA MARIE JACKSON: .INKNOVWN SPOUSE OF TINA MARIE
J.ACKSON

Last knoun addresses:

LINDA KAY JACKSON
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LINDA KAY JACKSON
902 S. HORRY ST.
MADISON, FL 32340

TINA MARIE JACKSON
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TINA MARIE JACKSON
810 COLLEGE ST.
NASHVILLE, GA 31639

If alive, arid if dead, all parties claiming initerrt hb~. through. under or against Def Name
and all parties having or claiming to have any right. ritlt or interest in the property de-
scribed herein.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described property:

COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 9 EAST, MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 23
MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST 129.20 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING, RUN THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 56 MIN-
UTES WEST 417.08 FEET, THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 10 SEC-
ONDS WEST 81.0 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES EAST 417.06
FEET TO THE WEST SIDE OF HORRY STREET, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 23
MINUTES 10 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID HORRY STREET 81.0 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, LESS AND EXCEPT:
COMMENCE ,\T THE SOLUTHE AST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTIH4lEST QUARTER OF SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST, MAISON COUNTY, FLO1IDA AND RUN NORTH 129
FEET, THENCE WEST 258.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM SAID
POINT OFBEGINNING, CONTINUE WEST 161.99 FEET, THENCE NORTH 81.0
FEET, THENCE EAST 162.58 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 81.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING,
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it, on Dinna Kawass,, Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 951 N.E. 167th
Street, Suite 204, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 within 30 days after the first publication
of this notice and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the complaint.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 11 day of July, 2005.
TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of the Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

A copy of this Notice of Action, Complaint and Lis Pendens were sent to the defendant and
address named above.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate in this proceeding should, no later than seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the Court's disability coordinator at 9049582163, PO BOX 1569,
LAKE CITY FL, 32056. If hearing impaired, contact (TDD) via Florida Relay System.

This is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that
purpose.
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