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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Friday, December 5, 2008


Madison, Florida


Bring Your Bargains To


Fort Madison Yard Sale

This Saturday, December 6, starting at 8 a.m., Fort Madison Self-Storage will be
sponsoring a yard sale and everyone is invited, including sellers. In fact, sellers will
be allowed to set up their own tables at no charge, joining those bargain hunters that
are already scheduled to attend.
In these tight times with everyone looking to stretch a dollar, this will be a great
opportunity to buy what you need and sell what you don't.
Fort Madison Self-Storage is located on State Road 53 South just north of Harvey
Greene Drive and across the street from Greene Publishing. There is plenty of space
and great parking. For further information, call Latrelle Palhoff at (850) 973-4141.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Cowboys are hosting The Bolles School (Jacksonville) at
Boot Hill Friday night, kick-off at 7:30 p.m. The, Cowboys are ranked No. 1 coming into
this semi-final match-up, with the Bulldogs ranked No. 2 in the Associated Press 2-A
Florida state ranking.
Everyone is urged to come out and support the Cowboys on their historic '"Road
to the Repeat."
The Coivboys will miss rwilniig back Corey Akins, v..ho ..fF-r.r "dj an tin.iLiut. illn-
jury last week against Pensacola Catholic. This reporter joins the Cowboy communi-
ty in wishing him a speedy recovery and huge kudos for his performance all year. On
a bright note, Jordan Johnson is expected to return from his injury to step into the
void.
Coaches, parents, players and boosters urge anyone who has never enjoyed a Cow-.
boy game to bring the family and become part of the championship tradition.
Michael Curtiscan be reached at michael(S@reenepublishing.com.


Former Cowboy Player Receives

College All-Conference Honors
Is The All-American Team Next For Billy Ray Reddick?


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Billy Ray Reddick, a
former Madison County
blue chip football player,
has been named first-team
All-Conference at Bacone
College in Oklahoma.
Bacone College partic-
ipates in the Central States
Football League (CSFL).,
Reddick, a 5'9", .205-
pound linebacker 'record-
-ed over 100 tackles this
season as he led the CSFL.
In one. game, he re-
turned an interception 47,
yards before "he ran out of
gas" only 30 yards away
from paydirt, according to
Shane Wheeler. Bacone
Warriors Defensive Coor-
dinator and. Assistant
Head Coach.
Reddick is also a candi-
date foi Division III All-
American.
"I would be very disap-
pointed if he doesn't make'
All-American," Wheeler
said.
Reddick's amazing
stats include: 41 solo tack-
les, 55 assisted tackles, 96
total tackles, 10 tackles for
loss. 31.5 yards during
tackles for loss, 1 sack, 3
fumble recoveries. 2 forced
fumbles. 1 interception
and 3 pass breakups
Reddick helped
lead the Bacone Warriors
defense, doing checks and
making calls on the field.
"He plans to be a foot-
ball coach," Wheelei- said.
"He will make a heckuva
coach. That's what he has


done on the field for us and
it helps me out as a coach
to have another coach on
the field playing."
Reddick is not only a
talented athlete, he is an
exceptional student, who
will graduate in May with
his B.S. degree in Busi-
ness.,
Reddick began his col-
legiate athletic career at
Florida State University as
a walk-on after he received
a Bright Futures scholar-
ship. He made the team,
but never got to play, so
with Cowboys' Head
Coach Frankie Carroll's
assistance and encourage-
ment, he transferred to Ba-
cone College.
Carroll called Wheeler,
who had played for Suwan-
nee High School in Live
Oak in the 1990s, and told
him about Reddick.
"I asked Coach Carroll
about Reddick's grades
Please See Former Cow-
boy, Page 3A


20-Year-OldMadison Man



Indicted For Murdering His Father


By Jacob Bembry *
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A grand jury returned
a murder indictment on
Monday, Dec. 1, against
Ryan Crosby, a 20-year-old
accused of murdering his
father, David Crosby
On October 23, Ryan
Crosby allegedly shot
David Crosby with a rifle,
causing his death.
Crosby also reportedly
fraudulently used a Mili-


tary Star Credit Card is-
sued in his father's name.
Crosby was also indict-
ed for grand theft.
According to a Madi-
son Police Department re-
port, on Friday, October
31, at approximately 10:20
a.m., the MPD received in-
formation from the vic-
tim's mother (who resides
in St. Augustine) that she
Please See Indictment,
Page'3A


New Board Considers


Full Agenda


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By Michael Curtis'
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The first regular meet-
ing to include the two new-
ly elected members of the,
Madison County Board of
County Commissioners
was held Dec. 3 at the
Courthouse Annex. Chair
Wayn\' Vickers presided
over the meeting that in-
cluded Commissioners
Renetta Parrish and
Justin Hamrick, both of
whom were sworn in Nov.
17. The two officials had
participated in a brief
meeting held Nov. 26 re-
garding the alcohol peti-
tion, but the Dec. 3 meet-
ing represented their first
full agenda.
From the opening,
both new members were
evidently well prepared to
hear and ask questions, as
well as nrenared to take a


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Santa's making a list
and he's checking it twice.
It's that time of year to
show Santa who the good
girls and boys have been
and write letters to Santa
Claus.
Greene Publishing,
Inc. can save children the
cost of postage to send let-
ters to the North Pole.
Children can instead send
their letters to Greene Pub-
lishing, which will publish
the letters in the newspa-
per. Santa will get a copy,
so he can read it and check
what each child wants.


Justin Hamrick
stand for constituents.
This was especially appar-
ent during a 3-2 declining
vote to adopt a resolution
regarding state funding to
expand a bike trail that
runs north through Pinet-
ta to the Withlacochee Rir-
el: Although the construc-
tion costs wiobtd have been-
covered with state funds, it
was determined that the
disruption to local resi-
dents outweighed the bdn-
efit.
Other county costs and
benefits were also consid-
ered, as the board decided
to: bid out its drug testing
and fire extinguisher sys-
tem contracts. Inquiries
were also made regarding
$40,000 that remained from
a Department of Commu-
nity Affairs grant original
Please See New Board,
Pane 3A


The deadline for en-
tries is December 18. Let-
ters must be written to


Santa in care of
Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc.,
P.O. Drawer
772, Madison,
FL 32340 or
dropped off at
Greene Pub-
lishing, on
Highway 53
South in Madi-
son. Teachers
will also be col-
lecting letters
for publication
so Santa can
read them.


LES Asks

Community For

New Mascot

Ideas
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Years ago, Lee Elemen-
tary School (LES) was'the
"Rockets." Along the way
they became the "Trailblaz-
ers." Well, three will hope-
fully be a charm as the facul-
ty of LES gratefully requests
Lee and surrounding neigh-
bors to submit their sugges-
tions for a new mascot.
As the mighty Madison
County Cowboys have
proven, sometimes a mascot
change can be just the thing
to create a new team spirit
and community connection.
Therefore, as Principal Jack
McClellan pointed out, it
should be a community deci-
sion.
Between now. and
Christmas break, everyone
is urged to contact the school
by email if possible, or by
phone if preferred, with all
suggestions.
The email address is mlc-
clel]jmadison.kl2f.us and
the phone number is (850)
971-5030.
Since this is a public an-
nouncement and this re-
porter 'has two children at
LES, here's a suggestion:
the "Lee Lions," keeping in
mind that it's all about get-
ting the children to take
pride in everything they do,
that is to show their "Lions
Pride." This is also a great
complement -to the town's
motto, "Little but Proud."
But the icing on the cake
comes from the fact that a
group of lions is also called a
"pride." Sometimes it just
all comes together, doesn't
it?
Other notable Lee resi-
dents have recommended
bringing the "Rockets" back,
including this paper's editor
and previous Lee Citizen of
the Year, Jacob Bembry, with
the "Let's re-launch the
Rockets" campaign. So
whether desiring to bring
back, move forward or move
sideways, in Lee, the first
priority is to do it together.
Let your opinion be known.
GO, LEE ELEMENTARY!
Michael Curtis can be
reached at
Michael(&reeneoublishine.c


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Sheree Miller


Word To My Pugalugs
It's amazing how some words can be turned around
and mean something totally different than their intend-
ed use.
SI have a friend named Adrienne, who I went to high
school with. She has lived in Australia for over 20 years.
Adrienne and I keep in contact through Facebook, an In-
ternet social networking site. One day, on there, she
asked me if I had kept up with a classmate whom she re-
ferred to as "bugalug." She. explained to me that
'.bugalug' was an Australian term of endearment. Cu-
rious, I decided to look up the term on Google. My
search led me to the Urban Dictionary, which I discov-
ered had the definition of the Australian term, as well as
ain urban term. Apparently in street language, a bugalug
is a male prostitute. Adrienne's bugalug, however, was a
term of endearment, such as a parent would use for
their child.
Slang words confuse me sometimes. It was two years
before I found out that the word "homey" did not mean
homosexual. I had heard my Latin American friends use
the word "esai." I thought that they were asking me to
write essays for their children's school assignments. It
took writing five essays for me to figure that out. (Just
kidding!)
Other words with alternative definitions include:
* "Hot," which can mean the temperature is high or
that someone is sexy Another definition is that some-
one is doing very well on his or her job, such as a base-
ball player who is hitting well, has a "hot" bat.
* "Cool," which can mean that the temperature is
moderate but more towards the cold side than the hot
side. It can also mean that a person has appeal or
charm.
* "Warm," which can mean that the temperature is
moderate, but more towards the hot side than the cold
side. It can also indicate that a person is nearing the
proximity of an object, such as in a guessing game or
blindfold game, when you tell someone, "You're getting
warmer."
* "Word" is another word that can mean something
different. It can mean the words you see on this page or
it can be a message, like Paul Revere had to get word to
the minutemen that the British were coming. It can also
be used in hip-hop street language, such as, "Wordit6'
your mother!"
Some terms in the Bible also have different defini-
tions than what we would think of today One word is
"corn." It does not mean maize, what we linow as corn
in America, but it means the head:of a wheat or grain
plant. The term "wine" has different meanings in the
Bible. One term means an alcoholic beverage; the other
means grape juice, basically Also, when God refers to
man in the Bible, he usually refers to mankind, includ-
ing women, and not just men.
I hope that my readers are all my bugalugs (Adri-
enne's Australian term of endearment and not the street
vernacular) and that all are enjoying the season, which
celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.
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Mary in Williamsburg, Va.
1791
Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died in Vien-
na, Austria, at the age of 35.
1848
President Polk triggered the Gold Rush of 1848 by
confirming that gold had been discovered in California.
1872
Having left New York on Nov. 5, the brigantine Mary
Celeste was found adrift off Portugal with everyone
aboard mysteriously missing.
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The 21st Amendment to the Constitution, repealing
prohibition, was ratified.
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The American Federation of Labor and the Con-
gress of Industrial Organizations merged to form the
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Thanksgiving

with the Family
Sorry I missed you last week, folks! I guess I had too
much on my Thanksgiving plate and couldn't make my
earlier-than-usual deadline. I do hope that everyone had
an enjoyable Thanksgiving with their families.
Twenty of our family members enjoyed lots of
turkey and all the trimmings: over the course of the
weekend. It was good, quality family time, but don't
think that I didn't breathe a sigh of relief when all the
company left on Sunday afternoon.
As I was heading out in the newspaper van on Fri-
day to finish the route, the first song I heard on the radio
was a Christmas song. This quickly snapped me back
into reality, and that Christmastime is near. I usually
have my home "and property all decked out in silver,
gold, red and green by now. Unfortunately, as of Sunday
my Holiday tree was still sporting fall leaves and white
lights. Therefore, first thing Monday, I started putting
away Halloween pumpkins and Thanksgiving d6cor and
brought out all of -my Christmas decorations hoping
that they would get me in the Christmas holiday spirit.
Shopping?! I haven't even started yet. I told the kids
maybe we should do the gift exchange the 25th of Janu-
ary instead.
Before I close this week, I would like to wish my son
Thomas a very Happy 28th Birthday! We will be cele-
brating our birthdays together on Monday the 8th. He
was my 20th birthday present. Okay, I'll let you do the
math.
See you next week!

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Jacob Bembry Classified and
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Production Manger Debra Lewis and
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Deadline for classified is
Staff Writers Monday at 3:00 p.m.
Michael Curtis and Deadline for Legal
Tyrra Meserve Advertisement is
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Graphic Designers There will be a $3.00 charge
Stephen Bochnia for Affidavits.
and James Sutter
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New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
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and he told me that Billy Ray was a smart kid," Wheeler
said. "It really paid off."
The Bacone Warriors finished 7-4 on the year and 3-
1 in their conference, barely missing the playoffs.
"Our 7-4 record was tied for the most wins in school
history," Wheeler said.


Around The Towi
Thelma Thompson
Guest Columnist
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Radlitfchit's


Holiday Overload


By now, you may be on your way to what can be de-
scribed as "holiday overload." It's the feeling you get
when you are doing too much in the few short weeks be-
tween Thanksgiving-and New Year's.
There's shopping, school plays, holiday functions,
extra meals, parties and holiday baking, just to name a
few of the activities. Most families have a busy schedule.
Add more activities to the calendar and your to-do list
seems endless. By the end of the season, you feel
stressed and frazzled.
Keep in mind that you can't do everything. Plan your
time and money so you enjoy a few activities rather than
over commit. Here are a few tips from time management
specialists to get you through the holiday season.
Avoid overeating. It is often said that we gain five
pounds during the holiday season. The reality is that
most people only gain one to two pounds. Enjoy the
foods you like, just keep the portions in line. If you are
at a party, fill your plate, but don't overload it. Save room
for dessert and spend time socializing, rather than stuff-
ing your face. Cookies and candy are all part of the fes-
tivities. Put your selection on a small plate or napkin,
and walk away from the tray.
Keeping your activity level up helps burn calories,
so get some walking time in during the week. Take a 15-
minute walk during your lunch hour, or take long walks
on the weekend. When you go shopping,.park your car at
the far end of the parking lot and walk to the stores.
This idea works with weekly trips to the grocery store,
too. Exercise also helps reduce stress, so you get a dou-
ble benefit.
Avoid overspending. Set a limit on the total dollars
you will spend this holiday, and stick to it. If you use
credit, charge only what you can pay off on your next
statement. This might mean family members may need
to recheck their list and prioritize the top two or three-
items. Drawing names instead of gift buying-for-every-
person works well with adults and extended family.
Food spending is one category that many families
overlook at the holiday season, Americans tend to cen-
ter celebrations around food, so the grocery bill can take
a large chunk out of the monthly budget. Make a list and
check it twice before going to, the. grocery store. And if,
you can remember to eat before you go, you'll do a better
job of sticking to youfrist.
People tend to eat out more often during the holiday
season, simply because they have less time to prepare
meals. This practice is very expensive, and if you take
time to record all of the money spent on meals away
from home, you could probably pay cash for everything
on your Christmas list by eliminating this one habit.
Bottom line: Be careful to keep meals out to a minimum
during the holidays.
Take care of yourself. If you can, give yourself some
time each day to relax. For some, it may mean getting up
30 minutes earlier to read the paper without interrup-
tion. Others might relax by a fire and reflect on the
memories of the holidays. Do whatever works for you,
and create some down time to de-stress and keep holiday
overload from taking over.
The University of Florida Extension/Madison Coun-
ty is an Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Ac-
tion Employer authorized to provide research, education-
al information and othet services only to individuals and
institutions that function without regard to race, color,
sex, age, handicap or national origin.


cont from Page 3A
ly earmarked for planning, but had been swept into a re-
serve account during the recent budget process. It was
explained that the money was still earmarked for plan-
ning services currently being performed by (imley-
Horn of Tallahassee.
In other discussion, Property Appraiser Leigh
Barfield told the board that widespread assessments
were underway and valuations were down, noting that a
complete report, including all aspects that affect the bot-
tom line, would be forthcoming.
Lastly, Willie Gamalero of Madison County Com-
munity Bank gave a very compelling presentation to the
board urging each to join in the closing days of the Unit-
ed Way Fund "Drive with a personal donation. This
year's goal of $120,000, which is more than a ten percent
increase over last year's total and fifty percent higher
than last year's goal of $80,000, had almost been reached.
All involved emphasized that every dollar generated in
this worthwhile cause stays in Madison County.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@Areenepublishing.com


Indictment

cont from Page 1A
was worried about her son. She had not heard from her
son in more than a week.
The son, David Crosby, 46, was living in Madison
with-ris-son, Ryan Crosby, 20, at 334 NE Shelby Street.
The mother was concerned for David Crosby's well-be-
ing, because he had been suffering from depression. She
had talked with her grandson, who said that David Cros-
by left home on October 23 in the middle of the night and
he had not seen him since. Ryan told his grandmother
that he had already made a missing persons report to
the Madison County Sheriff's Office, but no missing per-
sons report could be found.
MPD Sgt. James Roebuck met with Ryan Crosby at
approximately 11 a.m. at his residence to follow up on
the report, and to begin a missing person investigation.
During questioning, Ryan Crosby gave statements of
David Crosby's travel plans and other statements that
were quickly proven untruthful. Roebuck left the resi-
dence, stressing to Ryan that the police. department
would continue looking for David Crosby until he was
found.
On the same date at approximately 12:45 p.m., Ryan
Crosby drove to the police department and met with Sgt.
Roebuck. Ryan Crosby confessed to Inv. Ben Ebberson
and Roebuck that he killed his father on the morning of
October 23 and later disposed of the body in a wooded
area south of Madison.
Chief Rick Davis notified the Sheriff, Florida De-
partment of Law Enforcement and the State Attorney's
Office.
Ryan Crosby led law enforcement to the site where
he disposed of the body.
The FDLE Crime Lab Unit" processed the crime
scene at the disposal site and residence.


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enjoyable Thanksgiving and is breathing a sigh of relief
on coming down from the wonderful high that Thanks-
giving always brings (especially the stuffing, which we
do to ourselves as well as the turkey).
My family combined Thanksgiving with celebrating
Joan's birthday, which was on the 22nd. My eldest child
turned 70 on that date. Granddaughter Cindy had spent
a couple of weeks here before Mona and Charlie arrived
to take us to Atlanta. Gloria and Sharon were already
there. Both of them could only stay a couple of days,
since Sharon had to work Monday, and Vicki, with
grandson Alex, didn't get there until Wednesday be-
cause of her work. So, except for Pat (who will have that
bad knee finally operated on next week), all of Joan's
siblings made it to Atlanta.
And it was so cold, and then rainy, that I didn't want
to leave the nice fire, which Jack kept going in that huge
stone fireplace! Just for me, I think. One day, Joan took
Alex out for breakfast and a ride; another day Jack and
Vicki took him to Stone Mountain. He had wanted to see
the Aquarium, but the prices, even for children, are very
high. Plus, no one wanted to involve themselves in
downtown Atlanta traffic during the holiday.
Besides the Florida group, Joan's daughter Pam,
with husband Chuck, who live in Atlanta's
Lawrenceville sector, and Joan's son Don, who lives with
her and Jack in the Conyers sector, added to our conge-
nial group. Also, in spite of all his health problems, Carl-
ton Bembry made it over for a couple of hours that
evening. He is looking well, though.
One thing I enjoyed immensely after our 5:30 dinner
that evening was the Celtic Thunder concert we watched
on DVD. Jack had taken Joan to the real concert at the
Coliseum for her birthday. But even the DVD was spell-
binding. Those Irish voices were outstanding. The
singers were all male and ranged in age from about 40 to
the youngest at 14. In my opinion, he was the best, if it's
possible to pick one from that group.
If you can't see the real thing, I highly recommend
the DVD. And now that I'm back to the mundane,'as
much as I enjoyed being in Atlanta, it surely is nice to
relax at home...and think of Christmas!









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S. Florida Gang Members s County.

Convicted Of Racketeering


Woman Arrested For

Criminal Mischief
A Madison woman was arrested for criminal mis-
chief on Dec. 1.
. According to a Madison Police Department report,
MPD Sgt. Chris Cooks was dispatched to a residence on
Shelby Avenue on Nov. 24 in reference to vandalism.
Upon Cooks' arrival, he made contact with the vic-
tim, who said that someone had come to his address and
busted the window out of his rental car.
On Dec. 1, Cooks made contact with a suspect, Ciera
Jones. Jones told Cooks that she busted the window out
of the car and that she had also scratched the car with
a razor.
Jones was arrested and taken to the Madison Coun-
ty Jail. /

Man Arrested For Pot

Possession. . Again
A man, who had been arrested a week earlier for
marijuana possession, was arrested again on Tuesday,
Dec. 2, on pot possession charges.
According to a Madison Police Department report,
Patrolman Eric Gilbert conducted a traffic stop on Bran-
don Bernard Haynes, 23.
During the stop, Gilbert detected a strong odor of
marijuana and he searched the vehicle.
During the search, Gilbert found marijuana seeds
and less than 20 grams of pot.
Haynes was arrested and transported to the Madi-
son County Jail. "
Madison County Sheriff's Sgt. David Harper assist-
ed with the arrest ..


Good for S3.00 off


Attorney General Bill
McCollum announced
that two members of the
Top-6 criminal gang were
convicted by a Palm Beach
County jury on criminal
charges of racketeering.
One of the defendants was
also convicted of numer-
ous other criminal
charges.
The two men are
among 12 who were arrest-
ed earlier this year during
a coordinated operation
by the Attorney General's
Office of Statewide Prose-
cUtion,, the Florida De-
partment of Law Enforce-
ment, Palm Beach County,
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw's
Office, and the Police De-,
partments for Lantana
and Boynton Beach.
The jury returned
guilty verdicts against
Jessee Thomas, 22, for
criminal racketeering,
conspiracy to commit
racketeering; possession
of marijuana with intent
to sell; two counts of pos-
session of paraphernalia;
resisting without vio-.
lence; and possessing
forged notes, bills, checks
or drafts.
Thomas, also known
as "Black" or "Blackman,"


faces up to 77 years in
prison when sentenced
next week.
Also convicted was
Ernst Exavier, 25, of crim-
inal racketeering. Exavier,
also known as "Shotgun,"
faces up to 30 years in
prison when he is sen-
tenced, also next week.
The two men, both of
Lake Worth, were indicted
by the 18th Statewide
Grand Jury in June.
The Top-6 gang is a vi-
olent Haitian group that
has been connected to a
number of murders, both
as assailants and victims.
The specific charges
against these men related
to sales of narcotics, vio-
lent crime, and gun
charges, including posses-
sion of firearms as con-
victed felons and posses-
sion of firearms with al-
tered or removed serial
numbers.
The case was prosecut-
ed by the Attorney Gener-
al's 'Office of Statewide
Prosecution in the 15th Ju-
!dicial Circuit and Judge
Karen Miller presided
over the case.
The remaining gang
members are set for trial
at a date in the future.


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Johnnie Thomas Mil-
.ton - Criminal registra-
tion
11/27/08
Pablo Cesar Sanchez
Hernandez - No valid or
expired driver's license
Tomothy' Gienn
Coburn - DUI
Lanerik Andrea Bay-
nard - Disorderly intoxi-
cation
11/28/08
Kenneth Henry For-
ton - VOP (circuit)
Hermena Victoria
McDaniel - Failure to ap-
pear
11/29/08
Deborah Ann Dobbs -
Failure to appear (ar-
raignment)
Jonathon Earl Lar-
son - Driving while li-
cense suspended (habitu-
al offender), DUI, grand
theft III (vehicle theft),
resisting an officer with-
out violence
12/1/08
Ronlyn Dalhon Mon-
lyn - Possession of mari-
juana, less than 20 grams
Akeena Ramonte
Simpo - Failure to ap-
pear (arraignment)
Rashard Joseph
Sueller - Driving while
license suspended, re-


evoked or cancelled
Curtis Henry Oliver -
Aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon without
intent to kill
, Wendy LaChris
Branch - Petit theft
Cierra Lavonda
Jones - Criminal mis-
chief
John Alan Williams -
Out-of-county warrant
. Shanieka Phylisse
Duncan - VOP (county)
Jerry Donnell Sledge,
Sr. - Driving while li-
cense suspended, re-
voked or cancelled
Johnny Williams, III
- Trespass after warning
SJesse Wilbur White -
Disorderly conduct
Curtis Henry Oliver -
Out-of-county warrant
12/2/08
Ryan Michael Crosby
- Fraudulent use of a
credit card, grand theft
Earl Dewayne Davis -
Possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession of
MDMA (Ecstacy), posses-
sion of marijuana with
intent to sell, trafficking
(sale) of cocaine, fleeing
or attempting to elude
Deidre Latrice Reed -
Criminal registration
George Johnson -
Criminal registration


Man Arrested For Possession

Of Child Pornography
Attorney General Bill McCollum announced that
Christopher Paul Bachman was taken into custody today
by.theAttorney General's CyberCrime Unit, the Q4.oq�sa
County Sheriff's Office, and the U.S. Air Force's Office of
Special Investigation. Bachman is an enlisted member of
the U.S. Air Force.
Law enforcement with , [1, Ij1[ I I
the CyberCrime Unit located *K
images of child pornography
online ahd traced them back
to Bachman's computer:


A search warrant was
executed by the CyberCrime
Unit and the Okaloosa Sher-
iff's Office at Bachman's


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and an external hard drive,
were seized for forensic:
analysis. The CyberCrime
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ered numerous videos and
pictures containing images
of child pornography
Bachman, 26, will be
charged with one count of
promoting the sexual perfor-
mance of a child and 15
counts of possession of child
pornography, all of which
may qualify for enhanced
felony charges under the Cy-
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Act of 2007.


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Curtis D. Vickers


Curtis D. Vickers, age
51, of Greenville died Fri-
day, Nov. 28, 2008.
He was a business
owner, and he served as a
deacon of Damascus M.B.
Church. He was also a
United States Marine
Corps veteran.
Services will be held at
1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6,
at Damascus M.B. Church
in Madison, with burial at
the New Zion cemetery in
Greenville.


The family will receive
friends from 4-6 p.m. at
Damascus M.B. Church on
Friday
He leaves to mourn his
passing: his daughters, Ch-
asity and Caroline Vickers;
four sisters, Marilyn
Seabrooks, Dorothy V.
Ganzy, Marietta Vickers
and Andrea Vickers; and
four brothers, Master Sgt.
Harry Vickers, First Sgt.
Garry Vickers, Derrick
Vickers and Duvon Collins.


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December 5, 1958
PFC Alex S. Hudson, of
Fort Hood, Texas, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A.J. Hudson, of Jack-
sonville, spent most of his 29-
day leave in Jacksonville with
his parents, brothers and
many friends. Scott left Jack-
sonville Thanksgiving after-
noon to return to Fort Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Smith
and children had as guests at a
family dinner Thanksgiving
day: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cantey
and Sister Cantey, of Madison;
Pat Cantey, Jr., of FSU; and
Mrs. Charles Phillips and Mrs.
Gertrude: Wildner and chil-
dren, Dicky and Wini, of Tal-
lahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sims are


enlarging and remodeling
their home on West Marion St.
An apartment and an extra
bedroom are being added, and
the entire exterior will be
brick veneered.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fos-
ter, of Valdosta, Ga., are
pleased to announce the ar-
rival of a 9 lb., 10/2' oz. baby
girl, born at Pineview Hospi-
tal, Wednesday, Dec. 3. Mrs.
Foster is remembered here as
Miss Mary Coody. The little
lady is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. WE Foster, of
Madison.
Mrs. Rosa Hay spent
Thanksgiving in Live Oak
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill
Smith.


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December 8, 1978
Chuck and Melody Pre-
morel are the proud parents
of a new baby girl. Kimberly
Ann was born Friday, Dec. 1,
at South Georgia Medical
Center. She weighed 6 lbs., 10
oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Day,
of Greenville, announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Shari Lynn, to Keith Lee
Eakins. Mr. Eakins is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Eakins, of Sirmans.
Tom E. Drew and Miss
Arie Selph were married in
Madison on Nov. 28. Vrs. B.F
Williamson, Notary, officiat-
ed.


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Every Monday In December
Mommy's Club Is an opportunity for
Mother's and Mothers-to- be to share, dis-,
cuss and explore concerns regarding
childbirth, baby care and life choices af-
ter birth. All are welcome and it is free.
We will meet at Madison Public Library
every Monday in December from 10 am til
12 noon. Kathy Harvey, a Certified Doula
and Childbirth Educator, will host. For
more iTformation call 850-929-295 or 850-
464- 487. ..
Everyday Except Tuesdays
The Senior Citizens Center offers
computer classes to seniors 60 and old-
er everyday except Tuesdays. For more
information or to sign up, please call
(850) 973-4241.
Third Tuesday of Each Month
The Greater Greenville Area Dia-
betes Support Group is a free educa-
tional service and support for diabetes
and those wanting to prevent diabetes.
The group meets the third Tuesday of
each month at the Greenville Public Li-
brary Conference Room at 312 SW
Church Street, Greenville, 11-11:30 a.m.
Everyone is welcome.
Every Wednesday and Friday
The Senior Citizens Center's
sewing club for seniors 60 and older
meets every Wednesday and Friday For
more information or to sign up, please
call (850) 973-4241.
Third Wednesday of Each Month
The Madison County Health Educa-
tion Club is holding a free educational
service and support group for people
interested in preventing or controlling
diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated
cholesterol levels, obesity, and other
chronic health conditions. The club
meets the third Wednesday of each
month at the Madison Public Library
Conference Room at 378 NW College
Loop, Madison, 12:15-12:45 p.m. Every-
one is welcome to bring their own
lunch.


Fourth Wednesday of Each Month
An informational meeting for those
injured and needing help returning to
work will be held the fourth Wednesday
of each month from 12-3 p.m. at the
Madison County Extension Office lo-
cated on 184 College Loop. The meeting
is free and open to the public. For more
information, please call (850)-245-3489.
Every Friday Night
Area line dancers, and any others'
that would like to come, are invited to
join in line dancing open to the public
at the new Elks Club in Valdosta, Ga.,
each Friday night from 7:30-11:30 p.m.
The Club is located about a mile west of
1-75 on the Quitman Hwy, 2309 Hwy 84,
W. A cover charge of $5 per person will
be requested at the door to the dance-
hall.' Call (229) 455-2267 for more infor-
mation.
December 5-12
Madison County Central School is
sponsoring the "Mistletoe Mall" in the
Media Center at MCCS Dec. 1-12, from
8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Great Avon Christ-
mas gifts will be available for only
$1-$20.
December 5-6
Dec. 5:1 Arrival/pictures with Santa
at 5 p.m., Christmas vendors, late night
shopping downtown Madison until 9
p.m.
Dec. 6: Christmas vendors, along
with Santa from 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Christ-
mas tour of homes from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. by
candlelight in the historic district, along
with a horse and carriage ride. Tickets
for horse and carriage ride will be $20.
There will be Christmas caroling and en-
tertainment.
December 6
Heirline will be in concert at Sirmans
Baptist Church on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7
p.m. Admission is free. A love offering
will be received during the concert.
December 6
New Bethel P.B. Church of Madison


will be having a musical pro-
gram Saturday, Dec. 6, at 6:30
p.m. They are asking all choirs, U
groups and soloists,to go and ren-
der twvo selections. For more in-
formation, please call (850) 673-
7630.
December 6
Laura Statina, author and artist of
Mewingham Manor, will be available to
,,sign, volumes on sale at the Art Gallery,
196 SW Range Ave., from 1-3 p.m. on
Saturday, Dec. 6
December 6
On Saturday evening, Dec. 6, 2008, at
6:30 p.m., LATMA Christian Academy
will celebrate its fifth completed school
year at the Annual Celebration. Ticket
donations are $20 per person. LATMA
endeavors to have 100 ministers pre-
sent at this event, among others. LCA
needs your support! The event will
take place at the school at 491 SW Cap-
tain Brown Road/Madison, FL 32,340.
For more information, please call (850)
973-2359.
December 7
The Community Chorus of North
Florida Community College will per-
form a concert Sunday, Dec. 7, at 3 p.m.,
at the NFCC Fine Arts Auditorium
(Bldg. 10). The public is invited to at-
tend; there is no admission fee.'
December 9-410
GED testing will be administered at
5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Technical Center,
Madison, FL. Pre-registration is re-
quired. To register, please call (850).
973-1629.
December 10
The 55 Plus Club will hold its Christ-
mas Celebration Meeting at the United
Methodist Community Center, Hwy. 145,
five miles north of Madison. All are in-
vited. For additional information, please
contact Linda Gaston at 929-4938.
December 11
College Placement Tests (CPT) will
be admin-
istered at
the NFCC
Testing
Center


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Student Services 24 hours before test.
For information, pleas aJll (850) 973-
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December 12
Fourth Annual Christmas Gospel
Sing, featuring Benny Daniels and the Di-
amonds will be held at Yogi Bear's Jelly-
stone Park at 7 p.m. Please bring non-per-.
ishable food items to help the needy in
our area. For more information, please
call (850) 519-1613.
December 13
The AARP Driver Safety Program
will be offered on Dec. 13. This class will
be held at the Madison Extension build-
ing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a $10
fee for books and certificates. Any driver
over 55 with a certificate of completion
must be given a discount by his or her
insurance provider. For more informa-
tion, please call (850) 973-2422 to reserve
a seat.
December 13
Greenville. Country Christmas Gin-
gerbread House Decorating Contest will
be held Saturday, Dec. 13, at the gazebo in
Haffye Hayes Park 9:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
For' further information, please call
Farmers and Merchants Bank at (850) 948-
2626.
December 15
The Madison Soil and Water Conserva-
tion District will have their monthly
meeting on Dec. 15, at 7:30 a.m., at
Shelby's Restaurant on US 90E, across
from USDA-NRCS Center. This is a
breakfast meeting, Dutch treat. Gener-
al business will be attended. The public
is invited.
January 3
LifeSong, southern gospel's newest
trio, will be in concert at San Pedro
Church on Saturday, Jan. 3, at 7 p.m. Ad-
mission is free, however a love offering
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Meeting A Doctor Who Serves

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Thursday, Nov. 20, offered the Kiwanis Club a chance
A,. . to meet a new doctor that serves the Madison County
area. Dr. Shayla Grey joined David Ambercrombie and
S. Vicki Howerton as guest speakers for the Kiwanis Club
meeting.
Working along side Dr. Perkins and Dr. Kumar, Dr.
Grey is the newest addition to professional medicine at
the Four Freedoms Health Clinic. A doctor with a motto,
Grey has arrived to provide service with a heart to
Madison.
"A physician's role is to serve," Dr. Grey stated sim-
ply at the podium of the Nov. 20 meeting of Kiwanis.
---After 11 years of training, and practice added to
that, Grey has definitely learned how to provide excel-
lent service to her patients. Being pulled into the med-
ical field by a niece who required rehabilitation, Grey
admits to having a deep passion for her work.
"It encourages me to be there to help. When I was
asked where I wanted to go after graduation to start
practice, the only thing I could respond with was, 'Some-
where there's a need.' That need is something that
changes from community to community. As a doctor, one
has to spend time there, make an effort, pay attention
and listen to what that need is," she said.
Studying at both FAMU for four years and Florida
State Medical, Grey has 11 total years of school training
and is basingher knowledge in the Madison community
New to thecommunity, Grey is excited to have a chance
to build relationships here in Madison.
"We need to teach our young people how to build bet-
ter communities," Grey enlightened. "Not just for right
Greene Publishing, Inc., Photo by Tyrra B Meserve, November 20, 2008 now, but for generations to come."
David Ambercrombie, Elvita Miller, and Shayla Grey meet'at the Kiwanis Club to discuss medical services in Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be reached at
lison County. tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


NFCC Community Chorus


To Present Concert


By Tyrra B Meserve 1
Greene Publishing, Inc.
With the holidays rolling in
and Christmas bells a'ringing,
North Florida Community Col-
lege is right in time with a per-
forma nce by ,the Community'
Chorus. Performing on Sunday,
Dec.1 7, at 3 p.m., the chorus will
be singing an assortment of holi-
day pieces, spirituals and fa-
vorites from different composers
inthe NFCC Fine Arts Auditori-
um. The concert is free and open
to the public, and all are invited
to attend.
Made of members of all ages
from throughout the Big Bend
area of Madison, Jefferson,
Hamilton,- Lafayette, Suwannee
and
Tay-
S o r
counties,
the group
will be per-
forming
Classic
choral se-
lections for
this season-
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of both traditional holiday pieces, as
well as favorites from assorted com-
.posers, this is a - concert not to be
missed.
Come join co-directors Rebecca
Burkart and Arnold Burkart as they lead
the chorus in song at the Fine Arts Audi-
torium. After all, it's not Christmas until
the choir sings.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be
reached at tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


.. obin and Bill Hart of Madison, and Carol Shirley
Hodge of Lake City, request the honor of your presence at the
marriage of their children, Jennifer Nicole Hart and Shane Lee
Halstead.
S, The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Janet Zygarlowski and
the late Clement (Ski) Zygarlowski and Billy and Jean Hart of
* Madison. The groom-to-be is the grandson of the late Ruth and
Floyd Edgerly.
* : ]Jennifer is currently employed at Shands Live Oak in Live Oak.
Shane is currently employed at Quest Aviation, Inc., in Lake City.
The ceremony will take place Dec. 6, 2008, at 4:30 in the after-
.. noon at the First Baptist Church 1898 Sanctuary, Madison. The
reception will follow at the Madison County Country Club in
: . Madison. No local invitations are being sent. All family and
friends are invited to attend.


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Show off your unique decorating abilities in
the Gingerbread House Decorating Contest. The
contest will take place during the 23rd annual
Greenville Country Christmas.
All entries must be submitted at the gazebo in
Haffye Hayes Park between 9:30 a.m. and 12:15
p.m., Saturday, Dec. 13.
The houses may be made with traditional or
non-traditional materials and should be marked
on the bottom with the participant's name(s), ad-
dress, phone number and age.
In addition, there will be three different cate-
gories according to the age of participant. Win-
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All gingerbread houses should be picked up af-
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than 2 p.m.
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event volunteers. Country Christmas will not be
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recipes of cakes, pies, candies, cookies or breads and en-
ter the Greenville Country Christmas Bake-Off.
All participants must have a Greenville address, and
entries must be marked with name, phone number and
the title of their goodies.
Please submit your entry at the Senior Citizens
Building in Greenville, 4 p.m.-5 p.m., on Friday, Dec. 12.
Judging will begin at 5 p.m.
For further information, please contact Elesta
Pritchett at'948-7501 or Frances Norris at 948-4900.


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Join the community of Greenville
in celebrating the 23rd annual
Greenville Country Christmas Dec.
.12-13.
On Friday at 5 p.m., there will be a
bake-off contest held at the Senior
Citizen's Center in Greenville.
Following the bake-off, walk over
to Haffye Hays Park gazebo and enjoy
an evening full of entertainment host-
ed by the First Baptist Church of
Greenville. There will be. a live nativi-
ty, community caroling and a tree-
lighting ceremony To wrap things up,
enjoy homemade refreshments at the


Senior Citizen's Center.
On Saturday, the day will start at 9
a.m. with the opening ceremony held
at Haffye Hays Park. Afterward, beat
the crowd and enjoy arts and crafts at
the park before the parade starts at 11
a.m. Announcements will start after
the parade back at the town gazebo,
and a day of entertainment for the
whole family will follow. There will
also be a chance to meet Santa Claus
in the park.
The Greenville Woman's Club will
be having a raffle at their booth for
handcrafted ladies' handbags and


Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls.
At 6 p.m., there will be a
Greenville High School Reunion for
all classes held at the Greenville Bap-
tist Church Fellowship Hall on S
Grand St.
Get in the spirit of Christmas by
joining Greenville for a weekend full
of fun-filled events.
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By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In today's hard eco-
nomic times, it's next to,
impossible to concentrate
on anything but how to
make and save those extra
bucks that hold the house-
hold budget together.
It was announced Mon-
day that the United States
is officially experiencing a
recession. While the reces-
sion is affecting all, some
homes feel the pinch more
than others, especially
those that were already
riding close to the red.
So, what can Joe Q.
Public do to help alleviate
some financial stress with-
out having to invest time
and money that is already
in short supply? The an-
swer might just lie within
arm's reach, or within the
home itself.
Sitting on' the sofa,
flipping aimlessly through
the T.V. channels while
thoughts of dead presi-
dents battle the brain, the
average Joe has been
struggling just to make
ends meet, and now it's
getting serious.
Jobs are being out,
wages are down and the
unemployment rate has
left little resource out
there to be tapped into in
times of crisis. Joe's on
his own, and the road isn't
just bumpy, it's pot-holed.
Just as many are los-
ing hope, a little creative
thinking may be what
saves the day, or in Joe's
case, the home. Concen-
trating only on what is
around the house, Joe has
options to help bring in
those few cents that, -when
added up, could equal that
extra something that pulls
Joe through in the nick of
time. The first step Joe
takes is toward recycling.
"A lot of the refuse
that ends up in the land
fills," Jerome Wyche,
Madison County Solid


Waste Department direc-
tor, offered, "could be recy-
cled. If everyone were to
concentrate their efforts
on basic recyclables, the
average savings for a
household could be as
much as $200 a year."
Pocket change for
some, $200 could be quite a
mood lifter for others. To
think that money can be
made from cans, bottles,
newspapers and cardL
board is enough to make
anyone excited.
That is merely the first


step, though, and now Joe
starts to look around to see
what else can be done. It is
then that the phone rings
and Joe has a brilliant
thought. Where did those
old celliphones go?
"A conservative esti-
mate would be that 25 per-
cent of the solid waste that
goes into our landfills
could be recycled," Wyche
continued. "That is only
considering glass, newspa-
pers, cardboard and cans.
"As a rural community,
Madison hasn't really got-


ten into tech-tronics or
composting yet. That is
still more concentrated on
in the bigger cities"
So, knowing how
rough on the environment
the disposal of high-tech
gadgets is, it is safe to say
that recycling these can
also benefit the household.
Turning those old cell
phones into pennies saved
for a rainy day, is perhaps
easier than most would
have thought.
A quick check online
can lead Joe to any num-
ber of. sites that offer any-
where from $1 to $70 for
gently used cell phones.
Some even accept non-
functional phones, and
many pay for shipping.
Finding a good first place
to browse, Joe looked into
MyBoneYard (www.my
boneyard.com) because
they also pay for working
flat panel TV's, computers
and laptops.
A little research, and a
quick jaunt to the post of-
fice, now has Joe sitting a
little easier in the wallet de-
partment, and now his
mind is working on other
options,
A little creativity and a
couple steps in the right di-
rection, will have Joe
breathing easier, if nothing
else. These pennies a day
may not add up to enough
for Joe to sell his cottage
and move into a mansion,
but it is guaranteed that
Joe's cottage will be a bit
less cluttered and Joe's
mind might be able to take
some time off those pesky
bills. It all starts with little
green footsteps.
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Meserve can be reached at
tyrra@greenepublishing.
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By Kristin Finney
"God's love is everlasting; there is no love compara-
ble tothe love of Christ."
Sunday morning service began with Shelly Hol-
brook singing the Message through song. This was fol-
lowed by, Milton Driggers giving the offertory prayer.
Pastor Ferrell preached from Genesis 6:8-7:16.
Sunday night was also Family Night at Madison
First Baptist. This was a time full of fun fellowship aild
great food. This week was also the Week of Prayer for In-
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ternational Missions and International Mission Study.
Upcoming events at Madison First are as follows:
The month of December is the annual Lottie Moon
Christmas Offering.
SIf you would like to have a poinsettia placed in the
sanctuary during the holiday season "in honor" or "in
memory" of someone special, please complete an order
fPorm or call the church office. The cost is $12.
This Saturday, Shelly Holbrook and Joseph Smith
will be getting married in the First Baptist Sanctuary at
6 p.m. Everyone i invited to join. There will be a recep-
tion after the ceremony.
On Dec. 20 and 21, First Baptist's Chancel Choir and
Chamber Orchestra will be having a Christmas music
special entitled "Unspeakable Joy." Services wi be 'held
at 6 p.m. both nights. Following the Sunday night per-
formance will be a Christmas social.
Christmas Eve, at 6:30 p.m., there will be a special
candle light communion service.
We would like to invite you to join us for our ser-
vices! Our worship schedule is as follows: Sunday
School 10-11 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.-12
noon. Sunday Eveiiing Worship 6-7 p.m. followed by
youth dinner and fellowship until 8 p.m. Wednesday
evening services begin at 6 p.m. for both the adults and
youth and lasts until 8 p.m.
6This week, our prayers go out to every family in our
community. The holiday season is the time to celebrate
the love ofLChrist and the love of family. We wish you
and your family the happiest, of holidays and a very
Merry Christmas!
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, November 22, 2008
Darla Carver, president of the Pinetta Elementary PTO, had lots of help in making the school's Fall Festival such
a success. Pictured left to right are: Lori Dowdy, Tyuanna McCall, Sonya Peeler, Erin Peeler, Daria Carver and Judy
Hill.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, November 22, 0108
Brandon Wiser, Marvin Davis and Nicolas Rykard, seen here, standing left to right,
in front of.School Board members, Kenny Hall and Bart Alford (back left and right), en-
joy the PES Fall Festival bounce house. Hall, who represents the Pinetta District, gra-
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Popularity sometimes comes at a price, as the
2007-08 Pinetta and Madison County Teacher of the
Year, Gail Washington, realized while puckering up for a
piggy kiss to close the Pinetta Elementary.School Fall
Festival held Saturday, Nov. 22. Washington didn't com-
plain, however, realizing that her second of sweet swine
lovin' came as part of a fundraising finale that benefit-
ed students, the likes of which she has cherished for the
past thirty years.
For the last few weeks, donations have been steadily
piling up for Washington, and a number of other
."school-ebrities," who were nominated as part of the
Kiss the Pig fundraiser, where the nominee with the
most overall -donations "wins" the privilege of giving
back with a smack on the snout of a lovely pig brought
in by Rufus Johnson.
The Fall Festival was filled with games, raffles and
rides, not to mention a variety of tasty treats, including
Beth Moore's funnel cakes that had visitors standing in
line all afternoon.,
School Board member Kenny Hall sponsored a great
bounce house ride and Carl Peterson manned the grill.
In the end, all were entertained and filled up with
snacks, hugs and a surprise or two.
Pinetta PTO President, and event organizer, Darla
Carver kept the program wonderfully on track, al-
though she was quick to give credit to all the faculty,
friends and parents of Pinetta for making the 2008 PES
Fall Festival such a success.
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By Alfa Hurnt
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Because of the disappointment of
George McClellan's failure when he
tried to invade Richmond, President
Lincoln appointed a new general, John
Pope. Lincoln had high hope's that Pope
would be able to rally the Union army
and defeat Lee.
As Pope moved his army forward,
Lee had managed to make one of the
toughest,armies in American history At
the Battle of Second Manassas, Lee
thrashed Pope's army in Aug. 1862.
General Robert E. Lee had managed
to drive attacking forces on Richmond
back and had also been able to find suc-
cess at the Second Battle of Bull Run.
Lee felt potential in his army and was'
able to convince Confederate President
Jefferson Davis to let him invade Mary-
land where he hoped success would meet
him and force the Union to sue for peace.
He made it clear that he dared not at-
tack the defenses around Washington,
D.C. His plan was to cross Maryland into
Pennsylvania where there, were lush
farms that would feed his starving army.
He also hoped panic in the North would
quickly spread when bloody battles were
fought on their soil. On Sept. ,4, 1862, the
Army of Northern Virginia crossed the
Potomac.
Politically, the Confederate Army
was never closer to victory, because the
Northern defeats were weakening their
diplomatic alliances with European
countries. Observers in London and
Paris watched as the, war unveiled to re-
veal the many victories of the South.
In the eyes of the political European
observers, one more victory by the Con-
federacy could assure its independence.
Such an assurance would convince the
European nations to step in and side
with the Confederacy
Lincoln had become desperate. for a
victory that would convince the Euro-
pean powers to hold off on interfering.
With reluctance, he .turned again to
George McClellan.
McClellan met with a fortunate inci,
dent when he assumed command once
again. A copy of General Lee's orders
had fallen into McClellan's hands. The
orders stated that Lee planned to dan-
gerously .split the Southern army. Mc-
Clellan was.sure he had the upper hand
now.
With this information in hand, Mc-
Clellan moved west and pushed Lee's
forces out of the mountains of Mary-
land., On Sept.15, Lee pulled back to
heights overlooking the peaceful Anti-
etam Creek and only hoped that he
would not be attacked before he could re-
assemble his forces.
McClellan didn't attack, which gave
Lee all the time he needed., With his
army reassembled, Lee was ready to
seek total victory, and to get it, he risked
absolute defeat of the Southern Army.
His risky venture resulted in the bloodi-
est battle in American history.
In the early morning hours of (Sept.
15, Union General Thomas Francis
Meagher readied himself for battle. He
eagerly awaited: the moment when he
could send his men, the legendary Irish
Brigade, into a battle of 'fame and glory
Meagher was born into a wealthy
Irish family in Waterford, Ireland in
1823. He started out as a lawyer but soon
became one of the most passionate voic-
es for Irish independence from England.
During one of his speeches, he is
quoted as saying, "In this Ireland, the
English will, never, ever have, rest until
that government is thoroughly upset I
shall not cease to write, to speak, to act."
In 1848, his actions got him arrested
and he was sentenced to be hanged,
drawn, and quartered. Fortunately for
Meagher, the English Parliament com-
muted that sentence to life imprison-
ment, which meant Meagher would be
sent to prison in Tasmania.
Shortly after his arrival in Tasma-
nia, Meagher escaped and fled to the
crowded streets of New York City. He
quickly established himself as one of
the leading Irish figures and greatest or-
ators for the cause of Irish indepen-
dence. He hoped one day to return to his
beloved Ireland arid help rid it of the
hated English.
When the Civil War broke out, he
sided with the Union and formed a com-
pany to join other Irish immigrants in
the 69th New York Militia.


The First Battle of Bull Run was his
first taste of battle, and he did very well
in the eyes of his superiors. He returned
to New York to raise an all Irish Brigade
so the world could see how the Irish
could fight for a just cause.


Meagher had no problems raising
the brigade and because of his political
contacts, he was soon appointed its
leader by Lincoln.
The morning of Sept. 17, 1862, over a
mile away from where the Irish Brigade
was stationed, a Rebel commander,
Colonel John B. Gordon waited to send
his 6th Alabama Regiment into battle.
Gordon was raised in Georgia and
had become successful in the family's
coal mining business. He soon became
caught up in the passionate cries for se-
cession. When the war broke out, Gor-
don joined a southern regiment.
The regiment was comprised of
mainly mountain men from northern
Alabama and Georgia who gave them-
selves the name "Raccoon Ruffs." The
men were soon joined by other compa-
nies and within a year, Gordon was
made its commander.:
Historians agree that Gordon was a
spectacular officer in combat even
though he was not administratively bril-
liant. Gordon never had any military ex-
perience before the war, but he seemed
to have a natural talent for leading his
men. His skills on the battlefield made
him popular among his men. - '
One Alabamian wrote, "Did you ever
see the general in battle? He's the most
pushiestt' thing you ever did see in a
field of fight. It put fight into a whipped
chicken just to look at him." Another Al-
abamian said, "He makes me feel like I
could storm Hell."
Meagher and Gordon waited patient-
ly as they prepared their men for battle.
For two days, Lee's men had their can-
nons lined up for battle as if inviting the
Union soldiers to attack.
At 5:30 in the morning of Sept. 17,
1862, the Federals happily obliged. The
battle began on the Union right and men
under "Fighting Joe" Hooker move into
a nearby cornfield. Almost immediately,
they meet death.
For nearly two hours, the battle
raged on through a cloud of gunpowder
smoke on the northern front of the Anti-
etam battlefield. Both sides were taking
heavy casualties :and, neither seemed
able to grasp the upper hand.
Lee's forces were outnumbered 2:1,
but McClellan insisted on moving his
army into battle piecemeal, one unit at a
time. Historian Robert K. Krick said:
"Given the tremendous preponderance


of power that George McClellan had, it's
obvious he should have used it in tan-
dem; he should have attacked in several
places at once so that Lee wouldn't have
bedn able to do what he did, and that is
to shuffle troops from one end of the line
to the other."
As the Union attack stalled, McClel-
lan moved forward his largest unit, the
Second Corp, under veteran Edwin Sum-
ner. Sumner- rushed into battle, leaving
two of his three divisions without or-
ders and the result was catastrophic.
Sumner's lead division was crushed un-
der a heavy counterattack by the Rebels.
McClellan's master plan now hung by a
thread.
Lee sensed that the battle would


mand of Maj. Gen. William French, or as
his men called him "Old Blinky" be-
cause of his habit of continuously blink-
ing his eyes as he spoke. Without any au-
thority, French changed the direction of
his attack; instead of marching west to
aid Sumner, he veered southwest to-'
wards the Sunken Road.
French's men outnumbered the
Rebels in the Sunken Road by more than
3,000 men, but the Southerners were al-
most completely protected Within the
natural depression of the country lane.
The Yankees had to cross through open
fields in order to reach their enemies.
French's men came over a rise and
paused to dress their lines. The Confed-
erates in the trench held their fire and


soon shift to the center of
his line. He ordered North
Alabama and North Car-
olina men to move and
prepare for an attack. At
this time, these regiments
had just settled down to
breakfast when they re-
ceived orders to move.
Sergeant Taylor of the
6th Alabama wrote, "At
sunup our breakfast had
come to us. We were eating
when General Rhodes or-
dered us to a different
place. We did not like to
move, but we put our grub
in our haversacks, formed
lines and moved about 250
yards."
The new position the
Confederates took up was
along a small wagon trial
between two fields.. The
quiet lane was known as
the Sunken Road. Keith
Snyder of the. Antietam
National Battlefield' Park
tells what the sunken road
was during that time peri-
od:
"Sunken Road was just
a country farm lane that
connected two, major
roads. Farmers would use
it to carry their wagons
and grains to the south-
end of what would be-
come the battlefield. It
was-worn down by years
of erosion and in certain places ii
: three to five feet deep."
The Confederates immediately
moved into the Sunken Road and began
to stack up the fence rails making, tl
:road a fortified trench. Lee was ver
concerned about the line here, and a
Gordon prepared his men at the Sunk(
Road, Lee rode up to him to see how t]
preparations were going.
Gordon called out to Lee, "The
men are going to stay here, General, u
til the sun goes down or the day is won
Lee rode off with confidence that tl
men would do well.
At about 9:30, the second division c
Sumner's army soon made their way 1
wards the battlefield to come to his re
cue. This division was under the coi


for a few moments there was silence on
the field. At last, a small band struck up
to encourage the Yankees to charge after
French gave the orders.
Col. Gordon. watched the advancing
enemy in awe. "It was a thrilling specta-
cle," he wrote in his journal, '"As Ilooked
upon that brilliant pageant, I thought
'What a pity to spoil with bullets such a
scene of martial beauty, but there was
nothing else to do." Gordon waited until
the last possible moment before giving
the order. "The front right was within a
few rods of where I stood; it would not
do to wait another second."
The Confederates fired volley after
volley into the Yankees at point-blank
range. In less than five minutes, 450 of
French's troops were lost. A second
brigade followed by a third moved over.
the top of the hill towards the Sunken
Road and their wounded comrades.
The combined fire of the three
brigades finally began to kill some of
the Confederate men. Col. Gordon was
shot in the thigh. It was the first time he
had been wounded in the war. Gordon ig-
nored the injury and continued to shout
orders to his men.
Thomas Galloway of.. the 8th Ohio
was one of the Federal soldiers at the
Sunken Road. "The din is frightful. Alas,
words cannot depict the horrors of great
battle. We had seen a great deal of ser-
vice before, but what we see now looks to
us'to be systematic killing."
The Union brigade went into the bat-
tle with only 60 rounds per man. The fir-
ing was so intense that men who were
still alive had to search the dead or dy-
ing for more ammunition. The Confeder-
ates were cutting through the three
brigades that faced them. French's
brigade was completely obliterated and
the two others were close to total annihi-
lation.
Maj. Gen.. Israel "Fighting Dick"
Richardson, a veteran of the Mexican
and Indian Wars, saw that help was
needed along the Sunken Road. Richard-
son commanded three brigades of expe-
rienced men. The first brigade he sent
out was the Irish Brigade under
Meagher.
Meagher's men began preparing for
battle. Maj. Patrick Clooney of the Irish
Brigade saw to it that the emerald Irish
banners were uncased and held at the
front of the line. The regiments of the
Irish Brigade were not completely com-
prised of Irish men. The men who were
not of Irish blood were considered "hon-
orary Irishmen" by their comrades.
. As Meagher took up his stance at the
front of the line, his men began to call
out "Faugh a Ballaugh!" which means
"Clear the way!" Meagher turned to his
men and shouted, "Irish Brigade, for-
ward!"
Meagher had longed dreamed of
leading his men into a great battle, and
he was sure that this would be that bat-
tle he had long sought after. Meagher
was right, for this was the one battle
that would make the Irish Brigade go
down in history


Cap. Thomas F. Meagher and men from the Irish Brigade.


Thomas F. Meagher, Captain of the
69th New York "Irish Brigade."





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SOME AliRE BRIILIG DEEP BLUES


By Tyrra B Meserve flicts, loneliness and other life obstacles, one more
Greene Publishing, Inc. problem can often be the stray that breaks the camel's

"Eeyore was very glad to be able to stop thinking for . .. . .....
a little, in order to say 'How do you do?' in a gloomy
manner to Pooh. And how are you?' asked Winnie-the-
Pooh. Eeyore shook his head from side to side. 'Not very
how,' he said. *'I don't seem to have felt at all how for a
very long time."
A.A. Milne

Though statistics show no truth to the legend of in-
creased suicide rates during the holiday season, there
is still truth to the fact that many experience increased
episodes of what is considered severe depression dur- i
ing this time. With economical hardships, global ten- .
sion and discord combined with what may be other life
hurdles, some may be finding it hard to cope in this,
what is supposed to be, the most joyous season of all.
As others gather to feast and celebrate with friends,
family and loved ones, what happens to the isolated
souls that are alone and cheerless, downtrodden and
hopelessly detached?
"I feel that sometimes the econorpy adds a lot of
pressure during the holiday season," said Sheriff Pete .
Bucher of the Madison County Sheriff's Department.
"We definitely see it, though. We have these issues pe-
riodically, of course, where people are off work. They
congregate and start partying, and then something ....
goes wrong and it becomes a fight. During the holiday
season though, there's even more pressure. Everyone's
worried about the economy, money problems and how back, especially during the holidays.
they are going to get the kids gifts. For those that are Though studies have shown that in many cases, the
unemployed and struggling outside the holiday season, suicide rate drops on both Thanksgiving and Christ-
it's hard enough. 'Tis the season and the season adds mas Day, often the increase takes place right at the eve
pressure." .of the New Year. Many believe this is due to the fact
Teetering on the edge of depression, sometimes all that some- cling to the holidays as an escape from the
it takes is a little push in either direction for someone mundane, only to face the prospect once again of re-
to fall by the wayside. Dealing with unresolved con- turning to work and everyday life after the start of the


Florida Foodborne Illness


Outbreaks Continue to Decline
-Restaurant Food Safety Laws Work-


The Florida Depart-
ment of Health (DOH) re-
cently made the 2007
food/waterborne illness
statistics available, prov-
ing that the number of food
and water borne illnesses
continues to decline in
Florida. The DOH reports
that in 2007 there were 119
food/waterborne illness
outbreaks, which is a'de-
crease from 148 in 2006 and
a sharp decrease from 433
outbreaks in 1997. This 72
percent decrease in the
number of food/waterb-
orne illnesses throughout
10 years is a direct result
of more aggressive food
safety regulations in Flori-
da.
Restaurants typically
account for 75 percent of
the total number of
food/waterborne illness
outbreaks in Florida, and
were the primary culprit
for the high foodborne ill-
ness outbreaks prior to
2000 when the state enact-
ed a proactive measure
that required Florida


restaurants to train all em-
ployees who touch, handle
or come into contact with
food. ISince the initiation
of this requirement, the
restaurant-specific and,
overall food/waterborne
illness numbers have de-
creased substantially.
"I think the correla-
tion between the huge de-
crease in the number of
foodborne illness out-
breaks and the mandatory
training of all food han-
dlers explains why we're
seeing a continual decline
in foodborne illness out-
breaks," says Rick Wal-
lace, CEO of TrainSafe, a
state-approved food safety
provider in Florida.
Florida is the only state
that has enacted a require-
ment for restaurant em-
ployees to-become trained
in food safety Some organi-
zations continue to claim
that Florida has the high-
est number of reported
foodborne illness out-
breaks in the Country, but
state officials say that this


claim is not accurate be-
cause unlike other states,
Florida reports both sls-
pected and confirmed out-
breaks. In addition, Flori-
da is one of the only states
that has a uniform state-
wide inspection and re-
porting mechanism. Most
states divide the responsi-
bility of restaurant regu-
lation to various local ju-
risdictions, which makes
aggregate state-wide data
impossible to interpret.
Restaurants who do
not have a proprietary
state-approved food safety
program must provide
proof to a state restaurant
inspector that all food-
handlers are trained and
that the training is cur-
rent. Employees must be
re-certified every three
years.
Restaurants that are
found to be in violation of
the food safety training
law, will receive a critical
violation and may have to
attend a Hospitality Educa-
tion Program certification.


upcoming year.
Experts stress the fact that the holidays are ex-
tremely demanding times for anyone. Most eat and
drink more than usual, sleep patterns are disrupted,
exercise regiments are neglected and all are battling
traffic jams, mobbed malls and economical pitfalls.
Everyone is tired and anxious. Some are lucky enough
to be balanced by increased levels of emotional support
from family and friends. Some however, are not so fortu-
nate.
Often viewed as a character flaw, depression is de-
fined as a mood disorder that causes such symptoms as
low energy, extreme weight loss or gain, irritability and
a general lack of interest in daily activities. Depression
can also be accompanied by poor concentration, difficul-
ty sleeping, poor memory loss of interest in activities
once enjoyed, and feelings of guilt, despair and hope-
lessness.
Often needing the attention of a professional coun-
selor and possible medication, depression can be treat-
ed. The first step is finding the courage and determina-
tion to talk about it.
"We are fortunate to live in the community that we
do," Bucher continued. "We have access to a number of
resources that might not be available in some of the larg-
er cities where it is easy to get overlooked. In Madison,
there are a number of churches and private organiza-
tions that are there and dedicated to helping those in
need of them. A number of community groups have
places to go with soup kitchens and food or toy drives.
. That is- what this season is truly about, that we have
the ability to relieve some of that pressure.
So this holiday season, as the chestnuts are roasting
and the family fires are burning warm in the hearth, it
is the responsibility of all to remember what this season
is really about.
"For God so loved the world that he gave his only be-
gotten son..."
Let man not forget to love his brother, during this,


urnin9 jcathroomi green


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In the fast-growing, ever-changing
world of today, one hears daily messages
begging society "go green" before it is
too late. "Save the Earth" is no longer a
phrase uttered only by tree-hugging,
granola-munching, baby-seal-saving
hippies from Berkley left over from the
days of free love. The cry has gone out to
reach the ears of all earth residents who
call this spinning blue rock in the sky
home. The challenge is now on, what
can one person do to help save the
Earth? The answer starts at home.
"I truly believe it is extremely im-
portant for us as citizens of this Earth
to begin thinking green together," of-
fered Jerome Wyche, Director of
Madison Solid Waste Depart-
ment. "It- is only together
that we will be able to cre- F
ate the changes that will FFr
positively impact our en- T
vironment." F
From recycling to
landfill .reduction, re-
useable grocery bags
to eco-friendly clean-
ing products, there is-
n't a place in the H
home that cannot be
improved with a little-
,green thinking.
Kitchens can be solar
powered, reducing the
need for crude power.
The living room can be
cleaned with eco-friendly
products that do no harm to
the waters they are, drained
back into. Even the bedroom can
be equipped with solar heating and
earth friendly linens. But, the bath-
room? Indeed, even today's bathroom
can benefit from a bit of eco-minded-
ness. It is, after all, one of the most vis-
ited rooms in the house.
Most would not consider the bath-
room to be a danger zone under normal
circumstances, but it just may be. There
are all kinds of hidden perils in today's
bathroom that can do harm not only to
the environment, but also to the individ-
uals who use it. Poisons and toxins lurk
behind some of the most innocent look-
ing objects. Some, one would never even
guess were there.
A shocking thought that most would
never consider is that their shower cur-
tain might be toxic. In fact, not only do
vinyl shower curtains pollute the envi-
ronment while being made, but also
gassing bff chemicals continue to be
emitted from the curtain for the dura-
tion of its use. A number of local outlets
stock cotton or organic cotton shower
curtains that are much more environ-
mentally sound. For an extreme alterna-
tive, such as a hemp shower curtain,


which is naturally mildew and mold re-
sistant, one might need to visit a spe-
cialty store like Bed, Bath & Beyond in
Tallahassee or browse online. Be sure to
check out those cozy organic cotton tow-
els while at it, they come in every color
in the spectrum.
Another silent killer is chloroform
gas seeping through the shower. Dizzi-
ness, sinus problems and frequent'
headaches can all be symptoms of chlo-
roform gas exposure. So, one might ask,
how did it get into the shower? Easy,
every time chlorine, that stuff that runs
through most public water systems, is
heated, vaporized and comes in contact
with biological matter, such as dead
skin cells, it turns into chloroform
--as. Standing in the enclosed
bathroom shower, steaming
chlorinated water pour-
ing over the body, one is
breathing in chloro-
form gas at the start
of each new day. The
-a- best combat, a chlo-
gI - - r fine shower filter.
1 Not only will there
Ji be an improve-
ment in hair and
skin texture, but
one can breath
easier, too. .
Look ing for a way
to scour that tub
without poisoning
the water supply?
Though
there are any assqrt-
/ment of eco-friendly
� 1 cleaning products on the
n market, not all of them are
readily available and some are
just too costly when the household bud-
get is synched. Instead, try making a
cleaner with some already around the
house supplies. A homemade scrub
stored in a reusable plastic container
can be just the answer for the eco-mind-
ed housekeeper of today. All that is need-
ed is 3/4-cup baking soda, 1/4-cup borax
and a dash of dish soap and those tubs
and sinks will be sparkling in no time.
For the toilet, try one-cup borax mixed
with % cup vinegar or lemon juice, and
any extra can be saved for the next us-
age.
Throughout the house there are all
kinds of ways to tweek a bit of eco-
friendliness. Start with small and build
up to bigger projects, one little green
step at a time. With just a little thought-
fulness and a little bit of knowledge, the
bathroom can be the first move into a
brighter eco-friendly home. Good for the
earth and those that dwell on it, the
world will give thanks for every bit of
green given back.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be
reached at tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


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You probably grew up
with the toy that George
Lerner' invented, yet you
probably never heard of
George Lerner. Until now.
George was born in
New York City in 1922. He
'invented the toy in 1952 by
using pieces of various
vegetables as the parts.
This didn't always sit well
with parents who preach to
their kids that they should-
n't play with their food.
He became a household
nambe. Not George, but
rather his toy invention.
Our hero even enjoyed
a TV- and movie career.
Again, not George, but
rather his toy invention.
George first launched
his invention when he sold
the rights to it for $5,000 to.
a cereal company Or is it
spelled "serial?" Potato,
potato. Either way, he had
a hunch that his toy inven-
tion could do more than
just serve as a premium
when parents bought a box
of cereal.
So George bought back
the rights for $7,000 and in-
curred a> $2,000 short-term
loss in the process.
George's invention was
the first toy to be adver-
tised on TV This lovable lit-
tle character even received
a few write-in votes for
mayor in the 1985 election
in Boise,. Idaho. Once
again, not George, but
rather his toy invention.
George sold the rights
of his toy to Henry and
Merrill Hassenfeld. The


Hassenfeld brothers' .com-
pany is known as Hasbro
for short, and they manu-
facture and market the toy
product.
To recap, here are the
clues:
* George ihade the toy
by using pieces of various
vegetables.
* Potato, potato.
* The toy received a few
write-in votes in the 1985
mayoral race in Boise, Ida-
ho (which is in the heart of
potato country).
We're talking about Mr.
Potato Head, the toy veg-
etable that is loved by kids
all over the world.
Mr. Potato Head's popu-
larity has made him the
ideal spokesman-or spoke
spud-for many causes,
and he's received many
awards and honors, includ-
ing:
* He was the spokes-
man for the American Can-
cer Society's annual "Great
American Smokeout" for'
several years beginning in
1987. When, the surgeon
general asked that Mr. Pota-
to Head give up smoking
his pipe,. Mr. Potato Head
gave him his last pipe.
* Mr. Potato Head re-
ceived an award from the
President's Council 'on
Physical Fitness on the
White House lawn in 1992.
* In 2000, the Chicago
Cubs held a "Mr. Potato
SHead Day" at Wrigley Field,
and Mr. Potato Head also
threw out the first pitch.
* Also in 2000, Mr. Pota-
to Head was inducted into
the Toy Hall of Fame.
* One day in 2002, Mr.
Potato Head rang the open-
ing bell of the New York
Stock Exchange.
In the process, he creat-
ed an American icon. It
wasn't Mr. Potato Head
who created the icon, but
rather his inventor, George
Lerner.


ASTROLOGY


Aries (Maichb 21-April 19): Ask yourself a probing
question or two. Spend a few minutes on this, allowing
time for memories, emotions and feelings to return to
you.

Taurus (April 0-May 20): Identify unnecessary ex-
penses and eliminate them. YouIl be richer for this, and
not just finclalype ng. -

Gemini (May 21- Jue 21): The one who has wronged
you asks you to let it go. You must admit that in some
way you are like the other person, and in that moment
forgiveness happens.

Canter (June 22-July 22): You'll get together with a
friend and talk about the future with hope and enthusi-
asm. In this act you honor and celebrate the higher spir-
it in each other.

Leo. (July,23-Aug. 22): People fteed people to look up
to, and you're being singled out. Prepare tO be raised on
a pedestal and make sure that your actions are ad-
mirable.

Virgo (Attg. 23-Sept. 22):. Let yourself be pampered.
Friends and colleagues Will marvel at your ability to
.take excellent care of yourself 'under high-stress cir-
cumstances.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23): Your life is enhanced by peo-
ple who communicate as well or better than you. Spend
more time with those who are committed to the re-
spectftl exchange of ideas.

Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21): Can you. imagine the world'
beyond your lifetime? It helps you get into a positive
frame of mind. Expanding your perspective requires
you to engage your higher mind.,

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Being willing to think
of the long term and building success slowly sends a
message that you are mature enough to handle all you
desire.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Whatever challenges are
ahead, you open your arms and declare, "Bring it on."
You are able to perform strenuous tasks while remain-
ing supple on'the inside.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You can feel good about
fitting in. even though appearances suggest that you're.
not like the people with whom you find a sense of be-
longing. -

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): You feelthat your message
is so intelligent a-nd clear that you ,shouldn't have to re-
peat it. However, not everyone is as receptive as you.


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Rental assistance may be
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315 SW Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
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*Apartments designed for Senior's
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2BR ($435.) Subsidy available
pt times. HllD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 -
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Madison Heights Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bed-oom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed for-
low'income families
15Q SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 1-800-545-1833 ext, 485
Equal Housing Opportunity

House for Rent in Greenville, FL
(located near elementary school).
All Electric, Newly remodeled 3
bedrooms, 1 bath $600/mo. 1st &
security deposit. .Housing Choice
,Vouchers Accepted Call
850-973-7349 or 617-4 37-1905
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HOME FOR RENT
Restored 3 BR Home, CH & Air.
Oak floors, large storage,
1335 Sq Ft Yard Maint. included.
Adult family only, no pets, $800
rent and deposit. Credit check.
432 NE Horry Ave. Madison..
Call George 973-8583, 557-0994
..10/17- RTN

For Rent in Lee, FL
M.H. 3 B/R 2 Bath
2 B/R 1 Bath
4 B/R 2 Bath
850-973-4606
850-673-95641
11/28-12/19

Furnished, quiet one BR house
395.00 mo plus Security Deposit
Plus 100.00 Electric
973-4030.
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Downtown Office/ Retail space
for rent. 700 to 1,400 Sql ft.
. 567-1523 .
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FOR RENT
Office Building across street
from Post Office, Courthouse,
and Courthouse Annex.


FOR SALE / OWNER
FINANCING
ALL LAND BELOW IS HIGH
AND DRY

5 acres Lee, North of Hwy 6,
Cayenne Rd., rolling hills,
restrictions, $39,995
$5,000 down, $325/mo

10 acres Beulah Meadows Rd,
DWMH and houses allowed,
$49,500,, $5,000 down $459/mo

10 acres Old Blue Springs Rd.
access, DWMH and houses al-
lowed, $49,500, $5,000 down,
$459/mo

14.8 acres Madison, North of
Hwy 6, Cactus Rd., restrictions
$73,950 ($5,000 / Ac)
25 Acres on Hwy 90, Lee,
.$112,500 ($4,500/ac)

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116
RTN

1/2 ACRE IN THE COUNTRY,
MADISON COUNTY $5,000
850-869-0916
RTN/TO


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cres.
Z005.
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House for sale by ow
2BR 1 Bath on;2.02 a
Newly remodeled in 2
Additional storage shed
washer & dryer hool
Appliances include
$65,000 Firm
2 miles North of Mad
city limits
850-509-7084 or
850-973-6979

Vacant Land
Parcel #5 Rolling H
Plantation, Madison,
13.57 Acres Vacant L
Price $89,000 or make
Call (850) 402-801
Realtors Welcome
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Commercial/Industr


Property
with state highway frontage
23 acres, Corner lots.
Fronts both Harvey Greene Dr.
and Highway 53 South.
Natural gas line,
8 inch water main,
access to city utilities,
fire. hydrant, and service from
two power companies.
Property has easy access to
1-10, viaSR53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141
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Dunn's
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts
850-973-4723
2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340
ANYTHING LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD
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For Sale 1989 Chev. Caprice,
Classic $1,950. 00
Call 850-929-4794 or
850-673-1148
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Lay A Way for Christmas
Scooters and 4 wheelers
JUST SCOOTERS
221 N. Greenville
850-242-9342 or 850-948-1788
Ask for Bob
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I build decks, sheds, exterior
carpentry work
Call 850-242-9342
ask for Bob


HOME BUYERS.. GUARAN-
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B.O.T.!! PROGRAM
386-719-0044
WE PAY CASH..... FOR YOUR
USED MOBILE HOMES 1980
OR NEWER. LYNN SWEAT
386-365-5129
FOR SALE 2.68 ACRES
BETWEEN LAKE CITY AND
LIVE OAK
CAN POSSIBLY BE ZONED
COMMERCIAL
MAKE OFFER 386-365-5129
LYNN SWEAT

FIRST TIME HOME BUYER
$7,500.00 CASH IN YOUR
POCKET CALL DAVID FOR
DETAILS 386-719-0044
MUST SELL 5 BR HOME
$49,900.00 CALL 386-288-4560

LOW CREDIT SCORES???
I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP
YOU BUY A HOME.
386-288-4560
NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH
READY TO MOVE IN. CALL
386-288-4560
HOME ONLY LOANS
No mortgage on your land. Put
* Home on your land,
family land, state land or rental
lot. Singlewides start at $350.00
month and
Doublewides at $440.00.
EVERYTHING INCLUDED,
NO HIDDEN CHARGES
CINDY 386-365-5370


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ills $520.00 P&I per mo, or Dou-
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,and $602.00 P&I per mo. Our land
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2/3-12/26 phone, credit decision next busi-
ness day. Let me help make your,
new home dream come true.
*Trades welcome.
rial 1 . Cindy 386-365-5370


BEST CASH DEALS ON
MOBILE HOMES. NO ONE
BEATS MY PRICES
386-719-0044
SINGLE WIDE 14X70 2BR/ 2
BATH EXCELLENT SHAPE
NEED CHAS, PRICED TO
SELL CALL MIKE AT
386-623-4218
MODULAR HOME FOR SALE
IN TOWN SAVE $20,000.00
TURN KEY DEAL OWNER
SAYS MAKE AN OFFER IT
MUST GO CALL MIKE AT
386-623-4218
BRAND SPANKING NEW 2009,
5 BEDROOM 3 BATH 2004 Sq
Ft $594.31 PER MO. SELLER
PAYS $3,500 TOWARD
CLOSING COST CALL MIKE
386-623-4218
PRICE REDUCED! SPACIOUS
. MFG HOME WITH 4 BED-
ROOMS, 3 BATH, BONUS
ROOM WITH LOTS OF WIN-
DOWS. DISCONTINUED
FLOORPLAN. FOR MORE
INFO CALL SARAH
386-288-0964
BECOME A HOMEOWNER
FOR THE SAME MONTHLY
.PAYMENTS YOU ARE
THROWING AWAY ON RENT.
CALL SARAH FOR MORE '
INFO 386-288-0964
NEED MORE SPACE FOR A
GROWING FAMILY? 2001, 5
BEDROOM, 4 BATH TRADE-
IN. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
FOR MORE INFO CALL
SARAH 386-288-0964

FOR SALE ON 1/2 ACRE 3
BEDROOM/2 BATH WITH
ALL IMPROVEMENTS POSSI-
BLE OWNER FINANCING.
CALL WILL OR AARON FOR
DETAILS 850-253-8001

FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM/2
BATH ON .75 ACRE ALREADY
SET-UP $2500.00 DOWN AND
ONLY $649.00/MONTH CALL
WILL OR AARON 850-253-
8001

FOR SALE 4 BEDROOM/2
BATH ON 1 ACRE READY
NOW FOR ONLY
$699.00/MONTH. CALL
TODAY 850-253-8001

FOR SALE 1999 28X64 3 BED-
ROOM/ 2 BATH $25,000.00
CALL WILL OR AARON FOR
DETAILS 850-253-8001
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Work in a Community; Feel like one of the Family!

Director of Dietary Services
Coordinate all aspects of dietary service in institutional setting, 3
meals daily, limited special events; prior supervisory or management
experience in food service industry strongly required. CDM
required. Relevant specialized training a plus.
SLPN
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required; GPNs welcome.
Housekeeping / Operations Specialist
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upkeep; valid Florida DL required; swimming pool maintenance
certificate a plus; weekend shifts may be required.
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Florida certification required.
Food Service Staff
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and cafeteria. Prior experience in institutional of cafeteria food
, service a plus but not required.

FT positions include health, dental, life, disability, supplemental
insurance; 403b retirement account; paid time off, access to onsite
daycare and fitness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Office
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. or fax
resume / credentials to 386-658-5160. EOE / Drug-Free Workplace /
Criminal background checks required.
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The City of Madison Police Department is accepting applications for
Police Officer. Applicants must meet all of the following
requirements to be considered for employment:

* Applicants must be at least 19 years old.
* Must hold a current law enforcement officer certification by the
Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission at
time of employment.
* Must have a valid Florida Drivers License with no poor driving
record.
* Applicants must be of good moral character as demonstrated by
background, polygraph and psychological examinations.
* Applicants must pass both an oral, written and physical
examinations to be considered for employment.
* Applicants must pass a physical abilities test.

Applications and selection criteria may be picked up at the Madison
Police Department, 310 W. Rutledge Street, Madison Florida 32340
or by calling (850) 973-5077, or at the police department website at
www.madisonfl.govoffice2.com. Applications may be found at the
police department webpage. Applications received will be kept in
active status for a period of six months, at which time applications
are placed considered inactive. It is each applicant's responsibility to
keep their application up to date and active to be considered for
employment, as openings occur. The police department accepts and
receives applications on a continuous basis and chooses qualified
employees based on active applications currently on file. The City of
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ARDEN BROWN, the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance, description of property and the name in which it is assessed
is as follows:
CERTIFICATE N0.06-910-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2006
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: RHEA BRANSTED and GEORGE BRANSTED
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Parcel #00-00-00-6082-000-000
LOT 10 BLOCK B OF GOLDEN ACRES; a subdivision
Of the SE Q of Section 33 T 2 RIO E
All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest bidder at the WEST FRONT DOOR at the Madison
County Courthouse on the 30th day of DECEMBER, 2008 at 11:00 am.
Dated this 25TH day of November, 2008.
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
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MADISON, FLORIDA
1 BI: RAMONA DICKINSON
Deputy.Clerk
S11/28/08., 12/05/05. 12/12/08. 12/19/08

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ARUTHUR G SMITH or FLORIDA D SMITH,
the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed io be is-
sued . ' L ' hereoih.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property , and name
in which it is assessed is as follows-
CERTIFICATE NO.: 02-958-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002
NAME INWHICH ASSESSED: ERIK N BOEHM
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
L OT 4 OF MADISON ESTATES SUBDIVISION
All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Unless such cer-
rificate shall be redeemed, according to the law, the property described in such cerlifi-
ac t will be sold-.to th hiohesit bidder at'the west front door al the Madison County


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JOINT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The Towns of Greenville and Lee (Madison County, Florida) are requesting proposals
from qualified individuals or firms to perform inspection/maintenance activities for
three (3) above ground water storage tanks to comply with Section 62.555.350, Florida
Department of Environmental Protection Rules.
The activities will include visual inspection, washout and written-reports of activities,
undertaken, findings and recommendations for each tank, as follows:
Town of Greenville -Two tanks (200,000 gallon and 115,000 gallon)
Town of Lee - One tank (100,000 gallon)
Proposals must, at a minimum, include the following information:
- Florida experience for projects meeting the requirements of Rule 62.555.350, in-
cluding name of professional engineer licensed in the state of Florida under which pro-
posed work will be performed.
Cost per tank to meet Rule 62.555.350 requirements.
, Cost to pressure wash exterior of one 115,000 tank.
. . Client contact information for at least five (5) recent similar Florida projects.
Proof of liability insurance and bonding capability for proposed project
S A pre-bid conference will be held at 10:00 a.m., EST, Tuesday, December 16, 2008, at
Greenville Town Hall, followed by a physical inspection of the three water storage
tanks. Sealed bids must be received by 11:00 a.m., EST, Tuesday, December 29,2008,
"i al the Town Cierk'sOffice, Greenville Town Hall, P.O. Box 235, 154 SW Old Mission
%tenue,'Greenville, Florida 32331-0235.
i For further information please contact James W. Parrish, Greenville Special Projects
Consultant, at 850/668-3384, or Cheryl Archambault, Lee Town Manager, at 850/971-
5867. '
The Towny of Greenville and Lee reserve the right to reject any or all proposals, to
waive any informalities or Irregularities in the proposal. process, and to award con-
between the successful bidder and therespective jurisdictions.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS, FAIR HOUSING, HANDICAPPED AC-
CESS JURISDICTIONS


12/0/08.12/12/08

PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice of Public Hearing The Madison County Housing Partnership Administrators will
hold a public hearing on December 17, 2008 at 3:00 p.m. to receive comment on the af-
fordable Housing Incentives. The Public Hearing.is' being held at the Suwannee River
,Economic Council in Madison County located at 645 5E Lakeshore Drive, Madison,
Florida 32341. f Special accommodations are necessary, contact Matt Pearson at (386)
362- 4115 ext. 242. .
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Courthouse on the 30TH day of DECEMBER, 2008-at 11:00 a.m. i 'm I M i MI M
Dated this 25TH day of November, 2008.
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11/28/08. 12/05/05. 1212/08 12/19/08 B,: R 'HOLMAN , , , . . : ., ,
.LERK OF THE C T. COU T - - ' , ' , ,,' ' " "
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LEGAL NOTICE
THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT fold here . /
TO DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSON L PROPERTY BELONGING TO
MS. REBSHEBA CUTHBERTSON, WHICHH IS LOCATED A GREENVILLE
STORAGE CENTER 14026 ll. HvW1.90,,GREENVILLE, FLORIDA.
TO BE PARTICULAR - UNITS G
LET IT BE KNOtt N TO ALL THAT SAID STORAGE UNIT WELL BE
EMPTIED AND DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TOA
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER
9AM ON DECEMBER 31. 2008.
LEGAL'NOTICE
THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT I
' 1o DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO .
N MR. JASON SULiLL'AN, �lHICH IS LOCATED AT GREENVILLE STORAGE
' CENTER 14(026b. HAY.90, GREENVILLE, FLORIDA.
TO BE PARTICLiLAR - UNIT E I
; LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT SID STORAGE UNIT WILL BE
SEMlPTIED ANDT) DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TO A ; '
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER 9AM ON DECEMBER 31, 2008. .


THIS LEGAL NOTICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADVERTISING THE INTENT
TO DISPOSE OF SOME SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO
MS. L TONYA SCOTT. UHICH IS LOCATED AT GREENVILLE STORAGE
CENTER 14026 . mHWIV. 90. GREENVILLE, FLORA.
TO BE PARTICLiLAR - ULiNIT J .
LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT SAID STORAGE UNIT WILL BE r
EMPTIED .AND DISPOSED OF IN THE FORM OF DONATION TO A i
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION ON OR AFTER .
S9AM ON DECEMBER 31.2008.
12 05/)8. "12/12/0. 8_12/19/08 , --3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICLXL CIRCUIT .
IN AND FOR NL\DISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK, F.S.B. .' ..
F/K/A INDYMAC BANK,F.S.B., ,
Plaintiff,
C %SE NO. 40-2008-CA-000422
, s. " DIVISION .02
ELIZABETH ORTIZ, etal,
Defendanlns.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure I
dated December 02, 2008 and entered in Case No. 40-2008-CA-000422 of the Circuit
Court of the T-IIRD Judicial Circuit in and for MADISON County, Florida wherein
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK, F.ES.B. F/K/A INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B., is the
Plaintiff and ELIZABETH ORT1Z; JULIO V. YANEZ; ANY AI\C ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,.GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS: are the
Defendants, I-will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at EAST DOOR OF THE
MADISON COUNTY COURTHOliSE al II :OOAM.on the l31hofJanuar>.2008t he
following described proper) as set forth in said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LIlNG IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 17. TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH,.RANGE 7 . ,
E %ST, MADISON COUNT'. FLORIDA. DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OFSAIDWe hate waste. e love to sell newspapers.
NORTHEAST 1/4 OFTHE NORTHWEST 1l/4 (THE POINT OF . V Ia was. v t n w aper.
BEGINNING); THENCE RUN NORTH S9 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 17 we'r not too proud to recomm end
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1343.83 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 . And, w o to prou reomm
DEGREES 02 MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 72.27 h wrp yur fi in
FEET TO THE NORTHWEST RIGHT OF WAY OF U.S. 221 (STATE . .... yO w y fish i"
ROAD 55); THENCE SOUTH 39 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 58 SECONDS ' Maison COnf Carrier
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 295.63 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE TO
THE RIGHT; THENCE SOUTHWEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY M d n nt ri -R
CURVE, HAVING A RADIUS OF 1874.S6 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL Maadson Enterprise-Recorder
ANGLE OF 20 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 19 SECONDS, FOR AN ARC We do "
DISTANCE OF.677.53 FEET TO A POINT .OF TANGENT; THENCE
SOUTH60DEGREES Q9 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST.A DISTANCE Subscribe now and we'll mail your fish wrapper to
OF 437.03 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF WAY, RUJN
NORTH 10 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 44 SECONDS WEST ALONG ' you every week for a year!
CHURCH PROPERTY A DISTANCE OF 277.07 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID CHURCH
PROPERTY A DISTANCE OF 209.94 FEET; THENCE NOTH 00 fold here
DEGREES 02 MINUTES 43 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 678.36
FEET TO THE PROPERTY OF BEGINNING " S BSC RI IBE TO DAY!
A/K/A 5209 SW HIGHWAY. GREENVILLE, FL 32331 . .-----. .
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the : / ame.
property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days '
after the sale. ' ONE YEAR Address: -- ---- ONE YEAR _
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on December 2, 2008. IN STATE --OUT OF STATE
Tim Sanders 4f SUBSCRIPTION Phone Number: SUBSCRIPTION
Clerk of the Circuit Court W Please fill out and mail this back with a check or
J money order made out to Greene Publishing, Inc.
By: Ramona Dickinson P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32340
Deputy Clerk - 850-973-4141
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