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coMadison, Florida

Madison, Florida


Fire destroyed a home, belonging to Sarah Haynes, on St. Thomas Church Rd. ear-
ly Saturday morning.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A fire engulfed a mo-
bile home, belonging to
Sarah Haynes, of Madi-
son, at midnight on Sat-
urday morning, January
17.
According to Madison
Fire and Rescue, the de-
partment and the Cherry
Lake Volunteer Fire De-
partment arrived at the


fire at 2378 St. Thomas
Church Road at approxi-
mately 12:10 a.m.
The cause of the fire
was a faulty electric
heater.
The family was able
to get out of the trailer
before the blaze got out of
control.
The family is in need
of clothing in the follow-
ing sizes:


New Legislative Office


Opens In
State Representative
Leonard Bembry (D-
Greenvile) has announced
the opening of a new office
in Madison.
The district office will
be located at 304 NW Crane
Avenue in Madison. It will
be in building 36 on the
campus of North Florida
Community College. The


Madison


office will be a staffed by
Mickie Salter as the full-
time Legislative Aide rep-
resenting Madison, Jeffer-
son, Taylor and Hamilton
counties.
"Having a district "of-
fice in Madison will be
great for our constituents
Please See Legislative
Office, Page 2A


Lee Day Looking For Memories


AsO donation in support of the upcoming Lee Day,
scheduled this year for April 4, which will celebrate the
100th birthday of the "Little but Proud" town, Carlton
Burnette, owner of Burnette Plumbing and Well Service,
generously pledged the price of the new flag.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lee Day Commit-
tee is still looking for in-
teresting memories resi-
dents may have of them or
their families living in
Iee. Pictures are also wel-
comed. Please send your
stories and photos to may-
orekinsey@embarqmail
.com or leemanager@lee
florida.org. Deadline for
all entries has been ex-
tended until Feb. 15. Please


help Lee have the biggest
and best book they can of
"Lee Memories."
The Lee Homecoming
Beauty Pageant registra-
tion is set for Jan. 25, from
2-4 p.m. at Lee City Hall.
There will be a pageant for
younger children, as well
as a Miss Lee and Junior
Miss Lee pageant. For
more information, please
call Charlene Rye at (850)
694-0814 or April Herring
at 971-4414.


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Women's size 18
Lady's shoe size 11
Men's pants, sizes 32
x 34, 36 x 32, 40 x 32
Men's shoe size 10%/
Shirts 2XL and XL
or Large
The family is also in
need of gift certificates
and cash.
To donate items to
the family, please call
(850) 973-6792.


Open House Set

For January 26

For Property

Owners Affected

By New Flood

Maps

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Holly Stalvey, commu-
hications coordinator for
the Suwannee River Water
Management District (SR-
WMD), in coordination
with the Federal Emer-
gency Management
Agency (FEMA) and Madi-
son County officials,
would like to remind all
property owners affected
by the new flood Maps -
flood insurance rate maps
(FIRMs) that an open
house is being held on Jan.
26 at the Madison County
Extension Office from 4
p.m. to 7 p.m. The open
house will offer an oppor-
tunity for the public to re-
view and comment on the
proposed maps before they
are finalized later this
year.
The updated FIRMs
have added, expanded or
removed parcels in Madi-
son County, providing lo-
cal officials and residents
a more accurate represen-
tation of where flooding
risks can occur, which will
assist the public in mak-
ing more informed proper-
,ty decisions. Residents
will have an opportunity
to appeal or protest the
proposed changes and ob-
tain information at the
open house.
Property owners who
are affected should have
received a letter informing
them of the new maps and
the open house. Those af-
fected are strongly encour-
aged to attend, although
those wishing to view the
maps earlier may contact
the county's building and
planning department at
(850) 973-6785 or (850) 973-
3179. One can also contact
water management at (386)
362-1001 or visit www.
srwmdfloodmaps.com.
Michael Curtis can be
contacted at michael@
greenepublishing.com.


Murder Investigation Continues


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Sheriff Ben Stewart
said that the investiga-
tion into the murder of
Marilyn Harris is con-
tinuing and people have
been phoning in leads
that the department is
checking up on.
Harris' body was
found by hunters in a


wooded area off Pettis
Springs Road, south of
Greenville on Thursday
morning, January 15, at
approximately 11 a.m.
Following an autopsy
on Friday, January 16, a
fingerprint check con-
firmed her identity.
A person of interest,
in the death of Marilyn
Iarris, was the'driver of


a black Ford truck seen
in the Pettis Springs
area. of Madison Coun-
ty, on Wednesday, Jan.
14. He is approximative-
ly 5'2," 150 pounds, has a
thin build, medium
complexion, no accent,
no facial hair, and is 40-
50 'years old. Last
Please See Murder
Investigation, Page 2A


Jordan Carroll Signs Baseball Scholarship


Gigee Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, January 16, 2009
The Carroll family legacy for athletic excellence added another chapter Friday,
Jan. 16, as Jordan Carroll signed to play ball for Tallahassee Community College. Pic-
tured back row left to right: Bobby Bass, Frankie Carroll, Louise Carroll, Aimee Carroll,
Jamie Carroll and Jeri Selph; front row left to right: Franklin Carroll and Jordan Carroll.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jordan Carroll contin-
ues the Carroll family ath-
letictradition by signing a
baseball contract to play
for Tallahassee Communi-
ty College (TCC), In a
chilly ceremony held Fri-
day, Jan. 16, at home plate
of the field where he estab-
lished his notable baseball
reputation, family aind
friends gathered to com-
memorate and celebrate
the moment.
TCC Head Coach Mike
McLeod was extremely


Three Injured


In Wreck

By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Three people were in-
jured in a crash on State
Road 14 and SW Florida
Loop on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, Ty-
rone Turner, 32, of Madi-
son, was traveling south in
a 1989 Buick. At the same
time, Joe D. Albritton, 82,
of Madison was headed
south in a 1994 Buick.
Albritton stopped to
make a left turn onto SW
Florida Loop. Turner
crested a small hill in the
roadway and observed that
Albritton was slowing
down. Turner applied the
brakes, but, due to the
roadway being wet from a
previous rain, Turner's
car began to slide.
The right front of
Turner's car collided with
the left rear of Albritton's
car.
Albritton's car came to
a final rest in the middle of
the roadway and was
pointing in a southeasterly
direction.
Turner moved his car
to the right shoulder and it
came to a final rest, point-
ing in a southerly direc-
tion.
Albritton, Turner and
Please See
Three Injured, Page 2A


pleased to sign Carroll, ex-
pressing his excitement
not only at Carroll's athlet-
ic skills, but also his excep-
tional character.
After seeing Jordan
showcase his skills, it was
an easy choice to add him
to our program. His fine
character, and the quality
family he comes from, are
equally important to us
though, and we welcome
him to the TCC family,"
McLeod noted.
TCC Recruiting Coor-
dinator Brad Jackson, who
played for North Florida


Community College in
2004-05, agreed with the
coach's assessment of Car-
roll, adding, "Jordan is an
exceptional athlete and
person. It's great to have
him as a part of our team."
Carroll's friends and
family came out in abun-
dance to share the experi-
ence, leaving the young
athlete with a reminder of
the family and community
support that helped carry
him to the next level
where all believe he will
continue winning on and
off the field.


Judge Gregory S. Parker Praised

As He Takes The Bench


Judge Gregory S. Parker was sworn in as a Circuit
Judge, Third Judicial Circuit, on Jan. 16 at the Madison
County Courthouse. Pictured left to right: Pam Parker,
Circuit Court Judge Gregory S. Parker, Retired Circuit
Court Judge John W. Peach and Madison County Clerk
of the Court Tim Sanders.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The recent retirement
of Third Judicial Circuit
Judge John W. Peach left a
void in the Florida judicia-
ry and Madison communi-
ty few could replace, and
although incoming Judge
Gregory S. Parker might
humbly state otherwise,
those in attendance at his
Investiture held Jan. 16 at
the Madison Courthouse
unanimously agreed that
he was absolutely the right
man for the job.
Madison County got
an extra slice of good news
when it was further stated
that Parker intended to
make his office in Madi-
son, a situation that Clerk
of the Court Tim Sanders


noted had not existed in
Madison County in 42
years. However, this con-
nection to Madison was
not a new one for Parker.
"As a child I would
walk down the street with
my grandmother right out-
side, and looking up at this
great courthouse would
say, 'I'm going to be a
lawyer in there one day,'
and now I'm a judge. This
is more than a dream come
true."
As moving as these
nostalgic memories, cbm-
ments from Parker's
peers regarding his skill
and experience as a jurist
were equally impactful.
County Judges Wetzel
Please See Judge Parker,
Page 2A


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Friday, January 23, 2009


You Don't Leave A Dead

Dog In The Road

"You don't leave a dead dog in the road. It just
stinks. "-Bobby Bembry, January 25, 2004

My daddy's right. If you leave a dead dog in the road,
it will stink. You know how if.you leave something that
stinks alone, the smell will go away,That won't work
with a dead dog-in the road. A car will eventually come
along and run over it. The dog starts stinking again.
What do you do?
Well, you can leave the dog in the road until the buz-
zards come along and pick its carcass. The smell will go
away like that.
Another way to get rid of the dog's smell is to re-
move the dog from the road and take a shovel and bury
the dog.
My daddy said what he did about the dead dog in the
road in a Sunday School class to make a point. His point
was, if you sin, it's the same thing as leaving a dead dog
in the road. It just stinks. The more cars come along and
run over you, the more you will stink.
How do you get rid of the stench of sin? Well, you
could just keep doing it until one day, the buzzards (Sa-
tan's demons) come and carry you off to Hell, or you can
get rid of it forever by asking God's forgiveness. You
don't even have to bury it. It willbe just like it never hap-
pened.
After you've asked God's forgiveness, though, you
don't keep leaving dead dogs in the road (sinning) or else
you will end up stinking all over again..


Judge Parker

Continued from Page 1A
Blair of Madison and Stephen "Buddy" Murphy of Taylor set
the tone that judicial officials echoed throughout the cere-
mony, including fellow Circuit Judge Leandra Johnson who
has admired Parker's legal contributions for several decades.
Literally, one-by-one, each colleague took a few moments to.
express a common sentiment, and that is the excitement they
share at Parker's ascent to the bench, and their complete con-
fidence in his ability to deliver sound judgments.
Following Parker's Oath of Office, which Judge Peach
was honored to perform; and the Presentation of the Robe,
Which Todd Hingson, president of the, Third Judicial Cir-
cuit Bar Association was equally pleased to present; Parker
made a few remarks to the room filled to standing-room
only
The newest circuit judge was extremely generous and
entertaining with his remarks, taking an extra moment to
express deep thanks to his wife Pam and all his family in at-
tendance, unafraid to show a little emotion as he remem-
bered his brother and warmly acknowledged his mother sit-
ting tearfully in front of him.
Chief Judge of the Third Judicial Circuit, E. Vernon,
Douglas, presided over the program, later adjourning every-
one after a closing prayer by Rev. Marcus Hawkins. A re-
ception was then held downstairs in the courthouse lobby
where the congratulations and conversation continued
throughout the afternoon.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greene
publishing.coT.


Three Injured

Continued from Page 1A
Shirley Davis, 43, a passenger in Turner's vehicle, received
minor injuries ;in the crash. Albritton and Davis were
transported to Madison County Memorial Hospital by
Madison County EMS.
Units from the Madison County Sheriff's Office, Madi-
son County EMS and Madison Fire and Rescue assisted at
the scene.
FHP Trooper Berry Crews was the investigating officer.


Legislative Office

Continued from Page 1A
in District 10," said Rep. Bembry. "I am excited to have
an office in my home county"
Placing an office in Madison will provide easy ac-
cess for constituents in Madison and the surrounding
counties of Jefferson, Hamilton, and Taylor counties
and will provide convenience for appointments and
staff availability
"I encourage all citizens with concerns to contact
our office for assistance," said Rep. Bembry.
Phone service for the office will be available in a few
days. In the interim, constituents may call the Tallahas-
see office at (850) 488-7870.


Murder Investigation

Continued from Page 1A
seen wearing a canvas type jacket, jeans, medium toned
ball cap, and black work shoes.
The occupant of the same vehicle is approximately
25-30-years old, 6'2", 225 pounds, medium build, black
male, last seen wearing a black jogging suite possibly with
red and white stripes down the side of the legs, and white
athletic shoes.
Stewart said that the FDLE and the State Attorney's
office are assisting with the investigation. Stewart also
noted that the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office had also
been called, because of the proximity of Pettis Springs
Road to Jefferson County.
FDLE crime scene investigators processed the scene
where the body was found on Thursday.
Harris' truck was found in western Jefferson County
on Wednesday night, Jan. 14, according to Jefferson Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office Major Bill Bullock said. At the time, law
enforcement had no report of Harris being missing.
On Saturday, Jan. 17, the Sheriff's Posse searched the
wooded area where Harris' body was found, looking for
more clues.
Captain Mark Joost is the chief investigator in the
homicide investigation for the Madison County Sheriff's
Office.


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


We here at Consolidat-
ed Christian Ministries
would like to say thank
you, and God bless you, to
all the churches, local com-
panies, organizations and
individuals that were so
gracious with your finan-
cial support, and dona-
tions of time through the
holidays.
Your generous support
helped out food ministry to
provide 150 families with-
in our community with
holiday dinners. Without
your help, these families
would not have been able
to receive such a wonder-
ful blessing. Again, 'we say
thank you.

Sincerely,
Mosley Barfield
President of C.C.M.


The American Way


A statement heard on Inauguration
Day 2009 on National Public Radio
sums up an important political fact.
An African-American named Book-
er, mayor of Newark New Jersey, an-
swered the question whether African-
American political leaders supporting
primarily minority issues are losing
their power as the younger generation
like Mayor Booker and President Oba-
ma are elected by the general popula-
tion. Booker commented that the
younger elected leaders will serve the
interests of all citizens, as non-
African-American elected officials
have done in their times in office.
Additionally, Rev. Barfield's speech
at MLK observance at the Madison
Courthouse focused on our nation's


success depending on individual com-
mitment to carrying out the life as-
signment given each of us, in agree-
ment with the inaugural address em-
phasis on individual responsibility for
our nation to change for the better.
Mayor Booker's perspective sup-
ports governing wisely and equitably
without special status for groups of
citizens; but it does not lessen the pow-
er of special interest groups (issue-ori-
ented, ethnic, business or senior citi-
zen, for examples) to influence legisla-
tors for their positions. That's the
American way that good leaders will
continue to evaluate for the good of the
country.

Marianne Green


Brandon Wisor

"Maybe the Army."




Beverly Oro

"I'm sure I'm going to
be a lawyer!"




Cindy Hardin

"I want to be a
veteranarian."


Chelsea Miller

"I want to be a
pediatrician."



Ethan Ratliff

"I want to be a farmer."



Caleb
Hollingsworth

"I want to play for
the NFL."


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Try A Change Of Plate
If your new year's resolution is to drop a few
pounds, you may want to take a closer look at the Amer-
ican Institute for Cancer Research's campaign "The
New American Plate." It puts into practice the results of
growing research that shows what we eat and how we
live have a lot to do with our risk of developing cancer,
as well as heart disease, adult onset diabetes and many
other chronic health problems.
At the center of the New American Plate is a variety
of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and beans. These
plant-based foods are rich in substances that help keep
us in good health and protect against many types of can-
cer. They are also naturally low in calories.
Reshape your meals by looking at your plate. Two-
thirds of more should by a combination of vegetables,
fruit, whole grains and beans. The remaining one third
can be an animal source of protein.
Include fruits and vegetables at every meal to insure
your get at least five servings each day. These foods pro-
vide vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that pro-
tect the body's cells from damage by cancer-causing
.agents. Make sure you include whole grains in yours
meal each day. They are higher in fiber and natural phy-
tochemicals than refined grains like white bread or rice.
Examples of whole grains are whole wheat bread and
pasta, (be sure to look forthe term "whole wheat") oat-
meal, barley and pea; including kidney, black beans,
lentils and green peas.
When cooking food; bake, steam, microwave or stir-
,fry in a small amount of oil. Choose flavorful and low-
fat toppings such as marinara sauce, salsa, mustard, re-
duced-sodium soy sauce.
To.learn more about the New American Plate, visit
the AICR's website at www.aicr.org. For more informa-
tion about nutrition and eating for health, contact the
:Madison County Extension Service.
The University of Florida Extension Madison
,County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Affirma-
:tive Action Employer authorized to. provide research,
educational information and other services only to indi-
viduals and institutions that function without regard to
Race, color, sex, age, handicap or national origin.
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Tomorrow
"Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow"
has been the theme all day today (Monday)
even tho Martin Luther King is today's honoree
and, of course, also fills the news
channels. But we were shown Obama wielding
a paint roller on a 'day of service' and
asking 'what else have you got for me to do?'
A man of many talents. I believe he has
proven that. A man also who has apparently-
bridged America's racial divide, who has
been acclaimed as savior by the blacks of
America and also as a savior of America's ills,
especially financial ones by both black and
white and those from other nations seeking to
share in this nations 'land of promise' opportunities
(perhapsformer is a better
description). Perhaps, this man (who was
described by one as the 'greatest.man ever'
born' (even greater than Jesus?)! who chose
the African American part of his heritage
instead of the white American part (and who
looks more white than black) will be able to
blend the better parts of both races intelligence
to go down in history as one of America's
greatest leaders, along with Lincoln, his idol
and the man he seeks to emulate. I really
like the man and the promise he holds forth as
a torch lighting the path on which he
treads and I sincerely hope that future isn't
cut short as was Lincolns.
By the time you read this, Obama's ceremonious
road to Americas White House will be ended and he will,
I'm sure, be hard at work doing his best to cure our na-
tion's ills. Most of America, I'm also sure, is wishing
Obama success as I do.
Thelma Thompson,
a native of Illinois,'a state in which many great men
and women have been found, including Thompsons!
I have been asked to put a disclaimer on this column
that the above is my opinion only and does not reflect
the opinions of some of my fellow citizens and I am glad
a %qo longer on the Lee Town Council nor do
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Federal Prison For Running Drug Ring


Conspiracy Involved the Distribution of
Darrell Gene Phillips, 52, of Cedartown, Ga., was
sentenced to serve 47 years in federal prison by U.S. Dis-
trict Judge Harold L. Murphy on charges of conspiracy
to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute
methamphetamine and cocaine and possession of a
firearm, relating to a drug trafficking scheme.
U.S. Attorney David E. Nahmias said of the case,
"This sentencing caps an investigation that successfully
shut down a pipeline of methamphetamine from Mexi-
co, through Atlanta, and into northwest Georgia. This
defendant and others were responsible for bringing
pounds of methamphetamine into northwest Georgia
and distributing it through a network of dealers. If
agents of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the
Federal Bureau of Investigation, working with officers'
of the Haralson County-Paulding County Drug Task
Force had not stepped in,.this organization would have
continued to flood the area with'this insidious poison."
Phillips was sentenced to 47 years in prison, to be
followed by five years of supervised release. Phillips
was convicted of these charges by a federal jury sitting
in Rome, Ga., on Oct. 23, 2008.
According to U.S. Attorney Nahmias and the infor-
mation presented in court: From May through October
2007, Phillips arranged to bring into northwest Georgia
nearly 20 pounds of methamphetamine that was pur-
chased from Mexican sources in the metro-Atlanta area.
Phillips, who at the time also owned his own hardwood


Nearly 20 Pounds of Methamphetamine
flooring business, distributed the methamphetamine
from his home in a quiet Cedartown, Ga., subdivision to
sellers in the area who, in turn, sold the drugs to others.
The GBI and the Haralson County-Paulding County
Drug Task Force received information about Phillips' il-
legal activities and introduced a cooperating informant,
and later, an undercover GBI agent, into Phillips' con-
spiracy In hours of audio and videotaped conversa-
tions, Phillips schemed to obtain more methampheta-
mine and more money to,, in turn, obtain even more of
the drug to distribute in the area. On one occasion,
when the informant went to Phillips' house wearing a
hidden video camera and microphone, Phillips an-
swered the door carrying an UZI-style assault rifle-
that he later bragged was fully automatic and had inter-
changeable barrels so that he could kill someone and
then throw away the barrel, making it untraceable.
Phillips was arrested on Oct. 9, 2007, after he had
met with an undercover GBI agent, who had been pos-
ing as a large-scale drug distributor, in the parking lot of
the Home Depot store in Hiram, Ga., in order to pur-
chase several pounds of methamphetamine from the
undercover agent.
This case was investigated by task force agents of
the Haralson County-Paulding County Drug Task Force,
special agents of the GBI, and special agents of the FBI.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Todd C. Alley prosecuted
the case.


Pinellas County Man Arrested for

Distributing Child Pornography


Attorney General Bill McCol-
lum announced Jan. 16 that a Pinel-
las County man has been taken into
custody on charges he possessed and
distributed' child. pornography.
Michael R. Dube was arrested this
morning by law enforcement offi-
cers with the attorney general's Cy-
berCrime Unit with assistance from
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office and the police departments of
St.Petersburg, New Port Richey,
Bradenton and
Largo. Investigators learned of


Dube's distribution of child pornog-.
raphy while investigating a separate
subject in the Tampa Bay area.
Law enforcement continued in-
vestigating Dube, 52, and executed a
search at his Clearwater residence
this morning, where they found the
images of child pornography, which
had been distributed. Dube admit-
ted to both possessing and distribut-
ing the images. His computer and
other equipment was seized and
will undergo additional forensic
analysis to uncover any additional


images.
Dube will be charged with three
counts of transmission of child
pornography and one count of pos-
session, and additional charges may
be added at a later date. He was
booked into the Pinellas County Jail
Where he is being held on no bond.
The case will be prosecuted by the
attorney general's office. The major-
ity of the' agencies involved in to-
day's operations are members of the
attorney general's CyberCrime Task
Force in Tampa.


1/14/09
Roland Anthony Hig-
gins Possession of mar-
ijuana, petit theft, crimi-
nal mischief
Antwon Andropolist
Wright VOP (circuit),
sale of cannabis, posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia
Fontella Michelle
Monlyn Petit theft
1/15/09
Gail Laverne Alexan-
der Criminal registra-
tion
Keyata Roberta Jen-
nings Failure to appear
Corbin Labaron
Davis Aggravated bat-
tery, grand theft third ae-
gree, burglary of a struc-
ture
Wayne Lee Malone -
Grand theft third degree
Brittany Nichole
Demps Petit theft
Carlos McFarland -
Failure to appear
1/16/09
Karl Michael Miller -
Criminal registration
John Jermaine Jack-
son Grand theft (speci-
fied property)
Keshanna Denita
Weatherspoon Failure
to appear


1/17/09
Brian Keith Ander-
son Battery/domestic
violence
Leonard Collins, Jr. -
Expired drivers license
(over four months)
1/18/09
S cott Allen McDougle
II Failure to appear for
pre-trial conference
Edward Earl Tim-
mons Battery (domestic
violence), aggravated
battery, felony battery
Jothi Terrell
Williams Aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon
Dewayne Steward
Turner Petit theft
1/19/09
Travis Wayne Stur-
gin Aggravated battery
(domestic violence)
David John Young -
Driving while license
suspended, grand theft
motor vehicle
1/20/09
Chad Michael Kinsey
- Failure to appear (bat-
tery/domestic violence),
order revoking bond, out
of county warrant
Margarita Arrazcae-
ta Criminal registra-
tion


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Cubie

Thomas

Morgan
Cubie Thomas Mor-
gan, age 89, of Live Oak,
passed away Saturday, Jan.
17, 2009, at Haven Hospice
in Lake City
Mrs. Morgan was born
'in Madison to the late
Johnnie and Nealey
Wheeler Thomas. She was
a longtime resident of
Jasper, before moving to
Live Oak to be closer to her
children. Mrs. Morgan was
a homemaker and member
of Corinth Baptist Church
in Jasper.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Cur-
tis Morgan; two daughters,
Sherryl and'Tela Morgan;
and a son-in-law, Paul
Sineath.
Survivors include two
sons, Virgil Morgan
(Edith) and Lavell Morgan
(Patsy), both of Live Oak;
four daughters, Margaret
Sineath, Marilyn Clark
(William), Sandra Jerrells
(Byron), all of Live Oak,
and Janet Peeler (WH.) of
Lake City; one brother,
Donald Thomas (Edith) of
Madison; 10 grandchil-
dren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, at
Corinth Baptist Church.
Interment followed in the
church cemetery
The family received
friends Monday, at Harry
T. Reid Funeral Home in
Jasper..


Dorothy

Louise

Rogers
Dorothy Louise
Rogers, age 74, died Mon-
day, Jan. 19, 2009, at Madi-
son Nursing Center.
Funeral services were
Thursday, at 2 p.m., at Beg-
gs Funeral Home, Madison
Chapel, with burial at
Corinth Cemetery.
Donations may be
made to Midway Church of
God Building Fund, 2485
SE Midway Church Rd.,
Lee, FL 32059.
The family received
friends Wednesday, at Beg-
gs Funeral Home.
Mrs. Rogers was born
April 12, 1934, to the late
Robert and Myrtie
Phillips. She was a home-
maker and a member of
Midway Church of God.
She is survived by one
son, Wayne Rogers of
Madison; five daughters,
Myrtle Webb; Carol Brooks
(Eddie), Gloria Cashwell
(David), Nancy; Thigpen
(Larry) and Diane Webb
(Paul); six grandsons,
Kevin Brooks, Lee Rogers,
Rick Jenkins, Larry Thig-
pen, Jr., Derrick Rogers,
and Paul Webb, Jr.; three
granddaughters, Sherry
Clark, Carla Lyles and Va-
lerie Thigpen; nine great-
grandchildren, Ashlyn
Elizabeth Rogers, Jaden
Hylton, Lance Thigpen,
Gracie Jenkins, Micah
Jenkins, Lauri Thigpen
Maddie Lyles, Emma
Grace Rogers and Reid
Brooks; and many other
relatives and friends.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Elvie Rogers.


Randolph

Bellamy, Jr.
Randolph Bellamy, Jr.,
age 74, passed away Tues-
day, Jan. 13, 2009, at home
with. his family
Memorial services will
be held at 11 a.m. on Satur-
day, Jan. 24, at Shiloh Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in
Greenville.
Mr. Bellamy was born
in Monticello and was a
native of Greenville. He
was also a resident of
Jacksonville and New York
City His occupation was a
New York City park police
officer, and returning
home, and back to
Greenville. He was an out-
standing, dedicated log
truck driver for 24 years
for Red Patt of Perry
Mr. Bellamy is sur-
vived by one sister, Iren
Anderson of Greenville;
one brother, Frank Bel-
lamy (Mattie) of Palatka;
four daughters, Linda
Green of Perry, Blanche
Thompkins (Sammie),
Louella Livingston and Lil-
lian Arnold, all of
Greenville; one God-
daughter, Gloria Miller of
Greenville; 11 grandchil-
dren, three devoted grand-
daughters, Samantha
Thompkins, Takara
Thompkins and Domin-
quic Thompkins, all of
Greenville, and three de-
voted grandsons, Hakili
Washington, Quinton
Thompkins, both of Madi-
son, Travin Robinson of
Greenville; 10 great-grand-
children; a very devoted
mother-in-law, Rebecca
Arnold of Greenville;
three sisters-in-law, Jane
Arnold, Suesie Jay and
Buelah Livingston
(James), all of Greenville;
four brothers-in-law, Eddie
Arnold, Woodrow Arnold,
Roosevelt Arnold (Linda)
and Freddie Arnold, all of
Greenville; one uncle-in-
law, Israel Blackshear
(Queen) of Madison; one
favorite niece, Jacquelyn
Morris of Ft. Lauderdale;
two devoted nieces, Bar-
bara Simmons (Michael) of
Greenville and Angle
Thompkins of Monticello;
one devoted great-nephew,
Joseph Brooks, Jr., of
Greenville; and many
more nieces, nephews,
cousins, and sorrowing
friends.
He w.as preceded in
death by his parents, Ran-
dolph Bellamy, Sr., and Iri-
ta Raines Bellamy; one
son, Dr .William Bennings;
one sister, Ruth Mae John-
son; two brothers, Bailey
Bellamy and Maxie Turn-
er Bellamy; the lady of his
life, Mamie Lou Arnold;
one nephew, Charlie Ma-
son Jr. Bellamy; and two
brothers-in-law, Edmond
Anderson and Spencer
Johnson.


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her fiance. Howard Coody Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith Jan. 19, 1979
of Plant City have an- ~ List of baby names
nounced the birth of a, born at South Georgia
son, Robert Patrick Smith, MedicoT Center during the
Jr., Jan. 18, at Plant City month of December: Kim-
Smith is well known here, berly Ann Premorel to
having visited his grand- Melody and William Pre-
mother, Mrs. R.L. Millinor.
Mrs. Smith is the former
Miss Ruth Barton of Plant .
City. q


Mr. and Mrs. William
Charles Webber of Holly-
wood, are announcing the
birth of a son, January 20,
in Miami. The baby
weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz., and
was named William
Leonard Webber. Mrs.
Webber is the former Miss


mission is free. Refresh-
ments will be served fol-
lowing the concert.
January 25
Grammy-nominated
Karen Peck and New Riv-
er will be in concert at
Faith Baptist Church on
Sunday, Jan. 25, at 2:30,
p.m. Admission is free. A
love offering will be re-
ceived during the concert.
For more information,
please call (850) 973-2887.
January 28-30
Bethlehem Mission-
ary Baptist Church invites
Madison and its surround-
ing communities to attend
their revival, Jan. 28-30,'
beginning at 7.p.m. each
night. "Come expecting a
blessing from God." Beth-
lehem Baptist is located at
7378 SW CR 14.


Taylor, Sr. ot Waycross,
Ga. The wedding is
.planned for Jan. 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan C.
Mauldin, Jr., of Lee. an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Gregory Todd, on Satur-
day, Jan. 13, 1979, at
Suwannee County Hospi-
tal.

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The Craft Rendezvous
at the Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park
on U.S. 41 in White
Springs is on Jan. 24, from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Come and
enjoy crafters from all
over the state, as they
gather at the craft demon-
stration area to demon-
strate and sell their hand-
crafted art. The demon-
strations will include pho-
tography, jelly making,
pottery, stained glass,
blacksmithing, woodwork-
ing, fabric arts, aro-
matherapy, jewelry, quilt-
ing, walking sticks, paint-
ing and herbs. The Craft
Rendezvous is free with
paid park admission, $4
per vehicle up to 8 per-
sons. 'For more informa-


tion, call Craft Square at
(386) 397-1920 or visit
www.StephenFosterCSO
.org.
January 24
The Florida Museum
of Natural History in
Gainesville will host its
30th annual Collectors
Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Jan. 24. Visitors will en-
counter a wide variety of
personal collections at
this family-oriented event,
ranging from corkscrews
and antique cars to sports
and war memorabilia. The
event is free and open to
the public. For more infor-
mation, call (352) 273-2061.
January 24
LifeSong will be in
concert at Lamont
Methodist Church on Sat-
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Friday,January 23, 2009


Taking Steps


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Operating efficiently
is the name of the game
when it comes to eco-
friendly living. Learning
how to not only reduce
waste, but also conserve
energy throughout daily
routine, it is always the
little things that add up to
big savings both economi-
cally and ecologically.
Each step taken on the
path to reduce refuge is
one less hurdle future
generations will have to
overcome because of rub-
bish this one has left be-
hind.
Everyone knows to
turn off the lights after
leaving the room. After
all, next to Dad's motto re-
garding chilling the
whole house via an open
refrigerator door, it was
the second most played
speech in Pop's arsenal.
Setting out bundles of
newspapers may not have


come up quite as often,
however, a quick trip to
Granddad's garage
showed he was already on
the right track. Many of
the little traits inherited
by forefathers actually.
turn out to be green gifts
given back to mother
Earth. There are these as
well as many other sim-
ple ways that going green
around the house can be-
come habit, and saving
money makes eco-friend-
ly sense.
"Tire inflation helps a
bunch,".said Ben Koon of
Jimmie's Auto and Truck
Plaza Service Center.
"Not only will it help save
a little bit on overall fuel,
but depending on how un-
der-inflated, it can save
the life of the tire up to
one-half its norm. Less
drag equals less gas and
less wear, resulting in
more savings."
Keeping tires proper-
ly inflated also means


To Reduce


on air-conditioning.
plus curb appeal si
ring like sweet mus
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get five free Crape
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www.arborday.org
more details on how
green with a splash
growing color.
And, even startin
on the morning ro
green life can be a l1
to the wee eco-frien
earth. Instead of buy
new coffee cup
morning.for that bo
caffeinated get up an
use a refillable mug
can be washed
reused. Setting a goc
ample for the little


emitting fewer pollutants
into the air. Cars that run
more efficiently are, of
course, big savers them-
selves on the eco-friendly
road of life.
While on the road, try
shopping at local busi-


Georgia Pasty Company


Opens Doors In Lake Park


GRAHAM AND SHARIE ELLIOTT
The Georgia Pasty Company makes freshly baked Cornish Pasties, pies and pas-
tries in Lake Park, Ga. On Dec. 15, Graham Elliott opened the Southeast's first pasty
bakery and shop. Visit their unique blend of bakery-caf6-restaurant where you can
treat yourself to a wide range of tastes; pasties, imported British and South African
delicacies, mouth-watering chocolates, coffee and ice creams. They have free WiFi, so
one can bring their laptop computer and stay awhile.
The Cornish Pasty, sometimes known as an Oggie, is a "fully baked meal in it's
self." Miners in Cornwall, England made famous this delicious combination of meat,
veggies and potatoes all wrapped up in pastry. But it wasn't only miners who enjoyed
pastys. Even as early as the 11th century, these crusty, flaky, pies have been a favorite
food of young and old, rich and poor including Robin Hood, Shakespeare and Jane
Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife received letters mentioning her favorite pasty
Born and raised in Africa, Graham's English parents initially settled in Kenya;
Graham's father, commissioned by Her Majesty, Royal Postal Service, then moved the
family to Rwanda and Tanzania, and finally to Malawi in southern Africa.
Graham returned to England for high school, where he completed his education
in culinary arts. A love of travel, food and adventure inspired an international career,
and work in Europe and America, in addition to Africa, where he owned a restaurant
in Swaziland called The Swazi River Cafe. His resume also includes time spent in
Iraq, where he supervised catering for American and International coalition forces.
It was also love that brought him to Valdosta. A chance meeting with his now wife
Sharie in 2005 lead him to a small town and farm on the outskirts of Valdosta, Ga.,
where Graham and Sharie now make their home-along with a menagerie of horses,
dogs and cats.
The cafe's address is 5273 Mill Store Rd., Lake Park, GA 31636. They are located in
the Preferred Outlet Mall on the south side next to the Bass shoe and clothing store.
Their hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, from 12 noon-6 p.m. Sunday
They can also reach be reached at (229) 559-3771.


nesses instead of travel-
ing that great divide into
larger metropolises. Buy-
ing from local stores and
obtaining local products
not only cuts down on
shipping costs, it also
cuts the cost of shipping
by-products. Local farm-
ers, growers and food co-
ops that are supported lo-
cally do not. waste the
same precious natural re-
sources by shipping their
products across the coun-
try that are used by larger
manufacturers. That in it-
self can mean big savings
on the round ticket.
Just in time to take
advantage of the Arbor
Day Foundation tree give-
away, planting a tree in
front of the house is also
a quick way to cut back a
bit on the eco-side of life.
One big shade tree in the
front of the house keeps
the whole house cooler,
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lould and money while show-
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rs. To conscious doesn't have to
myr- mean drastic life-style:
Day changes.
at So, when traveling the
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sh of little steps can become
major savings for how the
ig out world uses and reuses the
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7A


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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The top ten list of consumer complaints has been
released for the State of Florida, and it comes as no
surprise to the Charles H. Bronson, Florida Agricul-
ture and Consumer Services Commissioner, that Do
Not Call complaints regarding telemarketers topped
the list again. After dropping by nearly 500 com-
plaints in 2007.to 4223, the Do Not Call law generated
5006 written complaints in 2008. Bronson also says
the department was able to provide more than 7.6 mil-
lion dollars in refunds in the form of cash, goods and
services, 3 million dol-
B ed Rr lars more than last year.
ed R ooms Consumers can pay a fee
Complete Set. of ten dollars with a five-
or by the piect dollar annual renewal fee
A^ 95 & to have their home tele-
Sphone numbers placed on
the list and avoid un-
wanted sales calls. The
fee is used only to admin-
ister the program. The
S types of calls that are ex-
empt from the list can be
found at www.800helpfla
cc .com/no-sales.html.
S 3,, .. According to a recent
: press release, "The Divi-
r ei sion of Consumer Ser-
:lj1Rt. ,i s ~vices is the clearing-
house for consumer com-
Splaints in Florida, regu-
lating 11 industries and


attempting to mediate problems with unregulated
businesses. Complaints against industries that fall in
another agency's jurisdiction are forwarded to those
agencies. Bronson releases the top ten list every year
to ensure consumers know where the biggest prob-
lem areas lie and can take steps to protect them-
selves."
There were 37,227 total complaints filed with the
department in 2008. After Do Not Call complaints,
travel and vacation plans continue to rank second
with 3,582 written complaints, an increase of more
than one thousand over 2007. There were 2,542 com-
plaints about telemarketers that did not relate to the
Do Not Call list. Fourth on the list was credit and
banking with 2,471 complaints and rounding out the
top five is the communications category with 2,370
complaints.
Price gouging once again made the top ten list at
number six this year with 2,291 written complaints.
Bronson continues to investigate complaints about
gasoline price gouging that may have occurred when
Hurricane Ike was in the Gulf..Number seven on the
list was motor vehicle sales with 1,754 complaints,
motor vehicle repairs generated 1,672 complaints;
landlord and tenant issues prompted 1,562 com-
plaints and tenth on the list were construction issues
with 1,216 complaints.
Bronson urges consumers to contact the Depart-
ment's Consumer Hotline at 1-800-HELP FLA (1-800-
435-7352) or 1-800-352-9832 to register any complaints
and to find out the complaint history against a com-
pany before conducting any business.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@
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Kiwanis Host TCEC Manager


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The Madison Kiwanis Club continues their tradition of providing members, guests and the public timely and useful information, hosting a presentation from TCEC Mahn-
ager Julius Hackett at their Jan. 15 meeting. Pictured left to right: Jerome Wyche, David Driggers, Allen Cherry, Julius Hackett and Curtis Richardson.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
During their. Jan. 15 luncheon, which the Madison
Kiwanis Club holds each Thursday -currently at the Ex-
tension Office- at noon, members and guests received
an executive tour of the energy industry, both locally
and nationally, from Tri-County Electric Cooperative
(TCEC) Manager, Julius Hackett. Utilizing an informa-
tional and entertaining blend of instruction and hu-
mor, Hackett's words and illustrations were followed
with great interest as he explained the current status of
the industry and the historic trade-off between the
price of power and the conservation of the environ-
ment.
In a slide show presentation titled, "Our Energy,
Our Future," the Tri-County executive provided valu-
able insights into the recent energy crisis, as well as the
future consequence of its current path. He also provid-
ed an informative checklist regarding good home ener-
gy practices. The presentation further provided a his-
tory of. electric cooperatives and specifically where

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Madison County and TCEC fit in the currentmix.
Among the points covered, the most alarming was
the narrowing capacity margins between available en-
ergy and consumer demand. Hackett noted that while
Madison County isn't facing deficiencies, many parts of
the U.S., especially the West Coast and upper New Eng-
land, are already facing shortages, and even more areas,
including South Florida, are experiencing rate hikes.
"When oil prices were rising so much last year, our
energy resource costs were also rising. In order to lock-
in prices (a common practice in the industry), compa-
nies like TCEC were hedging their purchases. They end-
ed up locking in prices for the next year at those higher
levels. So even though prices came back down, pur-
chases are locked in at those hedge prices." However,
when asked if Madison County residents were looking
at large rate increases soon like other areas in Florida,
Hackett pleasantly replied, "No, we aren't looking at
those significant rate changes here."
As Hackett concluded, all in attendance had a much
better appreciation for the business that Hackett most


capably represents, which. was made all the more evi-
dent from the extensive praise he received. Hackett's
sponsor for this meeting, Jerome Wyche, in addition to:
bringing praise to his invited guest, also brought an-
other honored guest to the gathering, Former Florida
State Representative Curtis Richardson.
Having recently stepped down due to term limits,
Richardson was met with great enthusiasm, as many
Local Residents urged him to pursue greater state of-
fices. Richardson has maintained close ties to Madison
County, where many of his constituency are prepared
to aggressively support his future political aspirations,
In closing, Club President David Driggers extended
appreciation to guests and members, reminding them
that next week's meeting will be held at Shelby's. The
group also shared the good news that long-standing
.member and perennial Kiwanis all-star, Pat Cantey, was:
recovering well after knee surgery, all expressing their
best wishes for his quick recovery and return.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.


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Owning- and operating specialty cafes and delis for
over 65 years, Robert "Spaghetti Bob" Beam and his fami-
ly have seen, up close, many of the trials of life. Being a
part of the Madison community the Spaghetti House was
sorely missed when it closed its doors due to Beam's own
illness. A fighter to the depths of his soul, it wasn't long
before the Spaghetti Man was up on his feet again,
wrestling life and playing his part by serving up the best
spaghetti in town to those he holds new and dear, his
neighbors, family and friends.
"I can't wait to re-open," Beam stated earnestly "I was
getting so tired of staying at home. I've always had a little
place to run. I'm looking forward to continuing to serve
the same family-style Italian-American cuisine. I'm grate-
ful to still be goingtoday"
Thanking all those that stood by him during his ill-
ness, all his purveyors, "Mr. Steve" and Sea Breeze, Paul
Cucinella, "Big Mike," Mr. Beggs and all friends, Beam is
"pushing for the fifth of February" to re-open his Spaghet-
ti House doors. Looking forward to filling his space in the
neighborhood one tummy at a time, in the house where
tummies under two years old are, as always, filled for free,
pasta isn't all that Beam is cooking up.
There's a lot of love, Napolitan style, down at the newly re-
opened, can't be improved, the best spaghetti this side of
Tallahassee, weighing in with the "Bucket of Spaghetti,"
the one, the only "Spaghetti Bob's" Spaghetti House."
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Greenville Masonic Lodge Installs Officers


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-Greenville Lodge No. 28 F.&A.M. installed officers on Jan. 13: Pictured left to right: Marshall Allen Ward, Senior Steward John Sirmon, Treasurer Calvin Cone, Senior War-
dielr Ashley Day, Worshipful Master Jimmy Sherrod, Junior Warden Bert Waldrep, Junior Warden Hugh Sherrod, and Secretary Don Love.
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ByVIichael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Greeriville Lodge No. 28 E&A.M. held its Installation
of Officers ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 13 in its historic
lQdge room, befitting its century-old ,tradition. Outgoing
Worshipful Master John Sirmon was praised greatly for
his.leadership, iot to mention the incredible dinners he
regularly prepares for membership and guests.
Incoming Worshipful Master Jimmy Sherrod
thanked the lodge; also praising Worshipful Sirmon for
his years of service, later noting how he hopes his friend
will continue to provide lodge and district leadership, as
well as those famous dinners. Worshipful Sherrrod also


thanked his wife, Debbie, for her support over the years.
The remaining elected officers installed in the
evening ceremony were: Senior Warden Ashley Day Ju-
nior Warden Bert Waldrep, Secretary Don Love and
Treasurer Calvin Cone, who also presided over the in-
stallation ceremony. Additional appointed officers
sworn in were: Chaplin Frank Cone, Marshall Allen
Wood, Senior Steward John Sirmon and Junior Steward
Hugh Sherrod.
Several district dignitaries joined members, family
and friends attending the ceremony Right Worshipful
Roy Hibbs, who currently serves as Worshipful Master,
of the Madison Lodge and a dual member with


Greenville, as well as Right Worshipful David Lane, cur-
rently serving as District Deputy Grand Master of the
Ninth Masonic District, offered support and encourage-
ment to their fellow leaders.
The Greenville and Madison Lodges have a rich and
broad history, aspiring to develop the best in character
among its membership. As two of the older lodges in the
state, they also have a legacy dating back four, five and
even six generations. Those seeking to learn more about
these lodges, their programs and Masonry in general are
always urged to do so.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greenepub
lishing.com.


Lee Pay Committee Preparing For Centennial Showcase


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
SPreparation for the
annual Lee Day celebra-
tion, which is scheduled
for, Saturday April 4, is
kicking into high gear, as
this year marks the 100th
birthday of the "Little
but Proud" town. As the
planning committee
reaches out for stories to
add to their commemora-
tive history book, in ad-
dition to sponsoring a
countywide essay con-
test, organizers are excit-
ed to announce that the
event is shaping up into a
centennial showcase.
Celebrating "A Cen-


tury of Pride," the event
will include live enter-
tainment, a parade, and
all the crafts and games
one would expect from
such an historic mile-
stone. In fact,- consider-
ing the challenging eco-
nomic times, commit-
ments to ensure the suc-
cess of the event have
been notable, as lead
sponsors make sure their
support is evident. Those
with roots in Madison
County also realize the
rich agricultural her-
itage of this "east-end
gem,"
Organizer Thelma
Thompson was recently


mentioned in a news ar-
ticle for her commitment
to raising funds and
awareness of the special
event. From the support
Senator Bill Nelson, to
the Tallahassee
Shriners, who have
pledged their famously
popular parade caravan,
complete with the clown
cars, there are many fan
favorites, particularly
for the children, the list
is growing, but planners
still seek even greater
participation.
Booth fees are ex-
tremely reasonable and
giveaways are incredible.
The essay contest alone
will be awarding savings
bonds that have a cur-
rent value well over a
thousand dollars. Expen-
sive quilts have been do-
nated, not to mention
dozens of other prizes.
Coming off the holi-
days, the Lee Day Com-
mittee will be reaching
out to reconnect with all
the residents and friends
of Lee to make sure
there is a place at the
table for the expended
Lee family Speaking
of family the committee
is also excited to name
John C. Webb as the 2009
Citizen of the Year; Si-
mon Kinsey as the
Founding Father and
Elvira Brown as Hon-
orary Miss Lee:
Those seeking more
information, or to partic-
ipate in historic 2009 Lee
Day, as either vendor or
volunteer, are urged to
call Lee City Hall at (850)
971-5867. "Get connected
to this commercial and
historic event today."
Michael Curtis can be
reached at michael@
greenepublishing.corn.


Quilter Mary Hamilton
showcases one of the hun-
dreds of pieces she has
crafted over the years. The
quilt seen here has been
donated to support the
centennial celebration.


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By Alfa Hunt receptive to their teachings. Riders went to the Indians, not attend the good talk, and that they were as wicked
Greene Publishing, Inc. but sometimes their Christian-message was not so well as me." Boring later wrote, "What a lamentable truth:"
Circuit riders were recognized as the men who received. Relentlessly, Boring prayed that soon "these children
brought Methodism into the South. Florida was one the When Isaac Boring asked the Seminole leader, John of the woods shall joyfully hear the Gospel."
first territories in which the circuit riders spread their Hicks, to allow him to preach to Hick's tribe. Methodism arrived in Madison County around the
faith. The angry Boring wrote to Hicks: "Persons who same time as Jefferson County when Adam Wirick ar-
The idea of the circuit rider was thought of by Fran- would not hear the good Word and continued to.do bad rived in 1831. Adam Wirick circulated around the area
cis Asbury, a Wesleyan Methodist, who be- teaching the back-wood residents about his
lieved the practice to be the best way to reach faith. Several churches were established
people living in the wilderness, around this time such as the First United
The churches of the day disdained what Methodist organized in 1831.
they thought to be rough and crude ministry, The Greenville Methodist Church was
particularly the churches that were nothing built around 1884. At the time the church
more than a forest clearing, a dirt-floor'cab- was built, the land was deeded to Elijah J.
in, the town courtroom, barn, blockhouse, or Hays who also dedicated the old Hays
a stable. Asbury saw no other way to.reach school building for the church's use. Later,
the "many souls scattered in isolation." Sunday school rooms as well as a fellow-
He began the practicein the later part of ship hall would be added.
the 18th century and by 1808 had five hun- The Bethel Methodist Church was built
dred circuit riders scattered all over the in 1897 on Rocky Ford Road. In 1905 the
states. Pinetta Methodist Church was organized
By 1821, they were ready and willing to and a house of worship was constructed.
make their way to the newly ceded US terri- The land used for the Pinetta church was
tories. Florida riders worked out of three given by John and Mary Cowart. The
main district bases: Pensacola, Tallahassee, Bethel Methodist congregation moved to
and St. Augustine. The men were faced with the newly built church in Pinetta. When
difficult and demanding work. The pay was road 145 was paved in the 1930's, the church
low, at best, and insufficient for the bare ne- had to be moved to its present location and,
cessities. in 1963, a permanent brick building was
A rider usually only had with him erected.
clothes, books, simple rations, and a,sack of During the Antebellum period, most
corn for his horse. It was an isolated journey residents of Madison County were either
covering a 200 mile circuit. It wasn't uncom- Methodists, Baptists, or Presbyterians. By
mon for the riders to go for miles without the late 1850's, there were five churches
seeing another living soul. throughout Madison County. It is reported
Cold, rain, and the Florida heat would of- that if the buildings were at full capacity
ten bring on fever. When the food ran short, during service, there could be 2,000 people
riders were forced to depend on the chance attending at one time.
of coming across a parishioner. The meal of In the late 1830's, Methodism seemed to
riders was usually the same: "Musty corn be booming all over Florida. But, by the
bread...and the tough lungs of a deer fried in mid-1840's, the denomination took in a de-
rancid bacon grease." cline statewide. The steep decline for rid-
One of the earlier riders, John Slade, ers in Florida began when the main
was often referred to as the father of Florida Methodist Conference wanted to remove a
Methodism and he was consistent. In order slave-holding official.
to keep his appointed rounds, he never mind- Methodism, prohibited slave owners
ed jumping on his horse, plunging into rain- from holding any church office. The act
swollen rivers in the.bitter cold, finally ar- against the official prohibited Southern
riving at a small cabin with ice forming on bishoprics to form the "Methodist Episco-
his jacket. pal Church, South" in 1845. The reaction
Slade once said, "The value of an im- was that"some conscientious riders with-
mortal soul could not be estimated.'" Histori- drew into a lay ministry while otherstrav-
an George Smith once described Slade as eled north. During the Civil War,
tall, well-formed, "with a voice strong, clear, Methodist, membership suffered its
and musical. He was endowed with an intel- sharpest decline.
lect of high order, possessed great moral and By the later part of the 19th century,
personal courage, and preached Christ with the Methodist circuit riders had vanished
power...clear and comprehensive." ADAM WIRICK into history, but their legacy of brining the
Even in his later years, Slade's flowing people of the backwoods to Christ was left
white locks made people think of him as, "an old patri- displeased the Almighty and when they died would go as a permanent imprint. Today, there are still numer-
arch or apostle...the fire in his eyes still undimmed." to the bad world." ous Methodist churches located in Madison County to-
Riders soon found that many black people were very. To which Hicks replied, "Many of the whites did day.


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By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A third grader at Pinet-
ta Elementary School,
Brandon Evans, was re-
cently admitted to the Chil-
dren's Hospital at the Med-
ical Center of Central
Georgia, in Macon, with
what doctors believe is a
vascular infection. Trans-
ferred from Valdosta after
being hospitalized when
swelling occurred through-
out his body, this 9-year-old
is no longer in critical con-
Sdition. However, the situa-
tion is still serious. To help
with expenses, Brandon's
class and schoolmates have
rallied together to raise
funds by holding a, benefit
bake sale, dedicating the
monies collected to. his
family.
Manning the bake sale held on Friday, Jan. 16, in
the Pinetta Elementary Gymnasium, was teacher
Catherine Murphy and her staff of fifth graders.
Selling muffins, brownies, mini-cakes and other
sweets, these schoolmates wanted to do what they
could to help a friend in need. Unsure as to when he
will be able to return to school, the money collected
I' from the benefit bake sale will go to the Evans fami-
ly to help him recover.
For anyone who missed the bake sale, but would
like to contribute, please contact either Beth Moore
or Missy Cherry at Pinetta Elementary School, (850)
973-5028. Brandon's classmates and the staff of Pinet-
ta wish to send their warmest regards to Brandon
and his parents.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be reached at
tyrra@greenepublishing.com.


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Fifth graders from Pinetta Elementary School,
Chelsea Miller, Caleb Hollingsworth, Ethan Ratliff,
Beverly Oro, Sydney Hardin, Samantha Hentges and
Brandon Wisor, with teacher Catherine Murphy, raise
support for fellow student Brandon Evans through a
benefit bake sale.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Paul Hull, vice president of advocacy and public
policy for the American Cancer Society was pleased to
announce that the U.S. House of Representatives re-
cently voted to adopt a 61-cent increase in the federal
cigarette tax. Senate action is expected in the near fu-
ture.
State advocacy groups urge the public to reach out
to state officials asking them to follow suit. Currently,
Florida has the lowest tax for a state of its size, and,
considering the number of programs targeting the el-
derly and children that are being slashed, more and
more concerned citizens are speaking out to legisla-
tors to examine their priorities.
The press release further stated, "Today, the U.S.
House of Representatives, by a vote of 289-139, ap-
proved legislation to expand children's access to af-
fordable health insurance by increasing the federal


JV Cowgirls


Put Bite On JV


Lady Bulldogs

By Tamika Brown
MCHS JV Girls Basketball
Coach
The Madison County
High School JV Cowgirls
faced off against the Tay-
lor County Lady Bulldogs
Monday night.
Madison's Bri Davis, at
point guard, led the team
with 17 points, two assists
and three steals. The Cow-
girls were pressured into
playing a man-to-man de-
fense against the JV Lady
Bulldogs and proved to be
very effective in isolating
their shooting guards.
Forward Canissia Grif-
fin contributed 8 points in
the paint. Guard Skyler
Hanna scored 14 points.
She scored 10 points on
fast breaks and shot a 3
pointer to keep the Cow-
girls ahead. Center Jawonda Boynton scored 4 points
and Erika Hunter had 2 points.
The score at the end of the first was tied at 8-8.
The Cowgirls outscored the Lady Bulldogs 5 points in
the second quarter, which put them up by 5 at the
half, 20-15.
At the end of the third, the score was 34-23. The
Cowgirls were able to hold off the Lady Bulldogs for
a 14-point victory Final score: Madison,,45; Taylor,
31. The JV Cowgirls district win-loss record is 3-2.
Go, Cowgirls!
Team stats:
Bri Davis #21: 17 points, 2 assists
Skyler Hanna #13: 14 points
Jawonda Boynton #25: 4 points
Canissia Griffin #30: 8 points
Erika Hunter #11: 2 points
Upcoming games:
Tonight, all four teams Will play at the Central
School Gym against Hamilton County in district
games. "Let's pack the gym."
Saturday, all four teams will play in Suwannee
County.
Thoughts from Coach Brown:
"If you can't learn from your loss, you don't de-
serve the win because you will never fully appreciate
how it feels."
JV Cowgirl chant:
When we play, we play hard!
When we play, we play fair!
What did we come to do?
Win!
Go, Cowgirls!


cigarette tax. The tax will be
raised 61 cents for a total of
$1. This much needed in-
crease will save 900,000
Americans from dying pre-
maturely due to smoking re-
lated illnesses, keep 1.9 mil-
lion kids from becoming
lifelong smokers, and en-
courage 1.4 million adults to
quit."
Here is how Florida's
U.S. House members voted:
YES: Miller, Brown, Cas-
tor, Buchanan, Meek,
Wexler, Diaz-Balart (L),
Diaz-Balart (M), Boyd,
Grayson, Young, Ros-Lehti-
nen, WassermanSchultz,
Klein and Kosmas
NO: Brown-Waite, Mica,
Bilirakis, Posey, Crenshaw,
Stearns, Putnam, Mack and
Rooney
Madison County resi-
dents may reach State Representative Leonard Bem-
bry at (850) 488-7870, State Senator Al Lawson at (850)
487-5004 and State Senator Charlie Dean at (850) 487-
5017. Advocates ask that all reach out now and urge
them to follow the federal action with state action.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@
greenepublishing.com.


Free Credit


Reports Now


Available

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There are vast
amounts of news and ad-
vertising regarding credit,
including offers every-
where to review and im-
prove credit-reports. Flori-
da Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services Commis-.
sioner Charles H. Bronson
is urging residents to take
advantage of the free cred-
it reports from each of the
three major credit report-
ing agencies. He says re-
viewing personal financial
information is a good way
to start the year.
"People have spent the
past month hectically
shopping for the holidays,
possibly without paying as
much attention to receipts
and charge card state-
ments as they usually do," Bronson said. "So it is a
good time to take a close look at your credit report to
see if any fraudulent activity has occurred."
Since 2005, an amendment to the federal Fair
Credit Reporting Act has allowed people to get one
free credit report annually from each of the three
credit reporting agencies. A credit report contains
information about a consumer's credit history, in-
cluding a listing of all credit cards, whether bills
have been paid on time, and whether the consumer
has been sued, arrested or filed for bankruptcy Na-
tional consumer reporting agencies sell the informa-
tion to credit card companies and other creditors, in-
surers, employers and businesses that use it to deter-
mine whether to approve an application for credit,
insurance, loans and employment. A poor credit his-
tory can result in rejection of credit or higher inter-
est rates on a loan, as well as not getting hired.
Bronson recommends that consumers get one of
the reports every four months to monitor their cred-
it throughout the year. He says that enables people to
quickly. report any mistakes or fraudulent activity,
such as a credit card obtained in a consumer's name
by someone else.
"When someone has been victimized by an iden-
tity thief, if they catch the problem early, they can
minimize the damage to their credit," Bronson said.
Bronson is alsoreminding consumers that they
can put a security freeze on their credit reports.
While there is a small fee for the service, the freeze
prevents access to a consumer's credit report with-
out their authorization. Once a freeze is in place, a
criminal would be unable to open a charge card or
other account in the consumer's name without their
knowledge. A recent AARP study found that 81 per-
cent of older consumers are concerned about becom-
ing a victim of identity theft but less than one-third
vere aware of security freeze options.
The three major credit-reporting agencies are
Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. To obtain a free
copy of reports from these agencies, visit www.
AnnualCreditReport.com. People should be wary of
any other site, which claims to offer free reports, but
steer consumers to sites that offer services by sub-
scription or for a fee. Consumers can also order their
reports by calling toll-free 1-877-322-8228.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greene
publishing.com.


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The Lowdown On Getting A Low Down Payment Loan


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
It's not easy for anyone to .get a loan
these days, but the Federal Housing Au-
thority is still offering 3.5-percent-down
loans to borrowers who qualify.
Here's hou) it works:
The credit crunch has made it hard for
anyone to get a loan these days and bor-
rowers who can only make a small down
payment are facing even tougher odds.
But it's not impossible to land a low-
down-payment loan. The Federal Hous-
ing Administration is actually still offer-
ing 3.5-percent-down mortgages to quali-
fied buyers.
The FHA has been flooded with appli-
cations;. in 2008 it helped 630,000 borrow-
ers buy homes, most of them using low-
down payment loans.
"People can get an FHA loan with
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for a client last month for $242,500 on a
$250,000 home. The interest rate came in
at 4.75 percent for a 30-year fixed rate
loan, yielding a monthly payment of only
about $1,265---just $15 more than the rent
the buyer had been paying on a smaller
home. The tax savings will more than off-
set that, as well as his property taxes and
insurance. No wonder the program is
flourishing.
How to get an FHA-insured mortgage:
Applying for an FHA loan isn't diffi-
cult, and the parameters for those who
Qualify are fairly straightforward. Start
by calling a mortgage broker or an FHA-
approved lender. You can search for an
FHA Lender on the Web site of the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban De-
velopment. For lenders, income is the


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main factor in determining who qualifies
for an FHA loan. The agency's guidelines
dictate that that buyers spend no more
than 31 percent of their gross income on
mortgage payments.
Of course, lenders do look at buyers'
credit histories, but the interest rates
that FHA borrowers pay aren't actually
based on their credit scores, as they are
for most homebuyers. Instead, FHA bor-
rowers get the same interest rate that any
conforming borrower with a good credit
score would receive.
Borrowers with scores of 500 or less
are'generally required to pony up a down
payment of 10 percent rather than the
minimum. The FHA also charges insur-
ance premiums, which pay to cover any
defaults. Borrowers pay an up-front fee of
1.5 percent to 2.5 percent of the dollar-
value of loan, as well as an annual fee of
0.5 percent.
So a buyer of a $200,000 home would
be expected to come up with a $7,000
down payment as well as $5,000 for the
initial insurance premium. The borrow-
er's monthly mortgage payment would
come to about $1,096, including the 0.5
percent ongoing fee, at an interest rate of
5 percent.
And there is a limit to just how much
can be borrowed. In most parts of the
country, FHA borrowers may not finance
more than $271,500. In high-cost areas
like New York and California, the cap is
$625,000 for single-family homes. In
Hawaii, the cap is as much as $721,050.
And there, is even more help available
to lower-income homebuyers from the
government-funded American Dream


Down Payment Initiative program. That
fund makes $200 million a year available
to help low-income homebuyers pay for
down payments, or to make home re-
pairs. To be eligible, a borrower's income
must be no more than 80% their area's
median income. And the grants may not
exceed $10,000, or six percent of the home
price, whichever is greater.
After the FHA issues a loan, it has a
strong track record of keeping its bor-
rowers in their homes. The agency's
loans do have significantly higher delin-
quency rates than prime loans-almost
12 percent compared with 4.3 percent for
prime, according to the Mortgage
Bankers Association. But thanks to the
FHA's well-developed loss mitigation pro-
cedures, its delinquent loans rarely end
up in foreclosure.
Less than 1 percent of FHA loans
were foreclosed on during the third quar-
ter of 2008 compared with 0.6 percent for
prime loans. At the same time, more than
4.5 percent of sub prime loans went into
foreclosure. With access to credit so re-
stricted these days, the fact that people
can still obtain safe, affordable mortgages
while putting very little money down pro-
vides a real boost to housing markets.
FHA loans are especially critical for
first-time homebuyers, who are consid-
ered by experts to be critical to getting
housing moving again. When they buy
homes from existing homeowners, which
allows those homeowners to trade up to
more expensive homes. That's the kind of
cycle that could help get the market going.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


How Much Mortgage Can You Afford?
One general rule says that you can borrow up to three times (or two and one-half
times) your annual income when buying a home, But this rule is a really rough esti-
mate. The maximum that a mortgage lender will loan you depends on interest rates.
If rates fall, the monthly payment on a mortgage of a given size also drops. Thus, low-
er interest rates make real estate more affordable.
The following table gives you a ballpark idea of the maximum amount you may be
eligible to borrow. Multi-
ply your gross annual in-
come by the number in the
second column to deter- l
mine the approximate
maximum you may be able Ir
to borrow. For example, if
you're getting a mortgage
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Friday, January 23, 2009


Farm & Outboors


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3B


FSA Announces The 2009 DCP Sign Up

Average Crop Revenue Election Program Sign Up to Begin in the Spring


Mark G. Demott, ,di-
rector, Madison County
Farm Service Agency, an-
nounced that enrollment
for the 2009 Direct and
Counter-cyclical Payment
Program for farms with
base acres begins today
both online and at local
USDA service centers and
continues until June 1,
2009.
Producers can enroll
using the eDCP automat-
ed website to sign up;
however, producers can
visit the Madison County
FSA office to complete
their 2009 DCP contract.
The June 1, 2009,
deadline is mandatory for
all participants. USDA
will not accept late-filed
applications.
The electronic DCP
(or eDCP) service saves
producers time, reduces
paperwork and speeds up
contract processing at
USDA Farm Service
Agency (FSA) offices. It is
available to allproducers
who are eligible to partic-
ipate in the DCP Program
and can be accessed at
owww.fsa.usda.gov/dcp.,To
access the service, pro-
ducers must have an ac-
tive USDA eAuthentica-
tion Level 2 account,i
which requires filling out
an online registration


form at www.eauth.egov
.usda.gov followed by a
visit to the Madison
County USDA Service
Center for identity verifi-
cation.
USDA computes DCP
Program payments using
base acres and payment
yields established for
each farm. Eligible pro-
ducers receive direct pay-
ments at rates established
by statute regardless of
market prices. For 2009,
eligible producers may re-
quest to receive advance
direct payments based on
22 percent of the direct
payment for each com-
modity associated with
the farm. USDA will issue
advance direct payments
beginning December 2008.
Counter-cyclical payment
rates vary depending on
market prices. Counter-
cyclical payments are is-
sued only when the effect
tive price fora commodity
is statutorily set below its
target price. The'effective
price is the higher of the
national average market
price received durin ithe
12-marketing year for
each covered commodity
and the national average
rate for a marketing assis-
tanceloan for the covered
commodity.
Demott said produc-


Florida NRCS Announces Feb. 27 As Cutoff

Date For Two Key Farm Bill Programs


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
According to a recent press release, State Conserva-
tionist Carlos Suarez, representing the USDA-Natural
Resouifces'COnservation Service announced that Feb. 27
is the cutoff date for two Farm Bill conservation pro-
grams. All applications for the Environmental Quality
Incentives Program and the Wildlife Habitat Incentives
Program will not be accepted after close of business that
day.
EQIP and WHIP offer financial and technical assis-
tance to install structural and management practices on
eligible non-federal lands to address natural resource con-
cerns and wildlife habitat restoration. Cost-share rates to
apply approved conservation practices range from 50 to 90
percent. Conservation treatment activities for EQIP and
WHIP are carried out in accordance to a conservation
plan that is developed with the landowner or manager.
Statewide priorities for EQIP include erosion control,
water quality, irrigation, water conservation, grazing
land improvement and confined livestock operations. Pri-
orities for WHIP include habitat restoration on scrubby
flatwoods, pine rocklands, tropical hammocks and native
grasslands for bobwhite quail. Individual county priori-
ties may vary slightly due to locally established objec-
tives.
For additional details on these Farm Bill programs
and for specific eligibility requirements to participate,
contact District Conservationist Bern Smith at the Farm


Service. Center located at 1416 East U.S. 90 Madison.
Phone is (850) 973-6595.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greenepub
lishing.com.



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Set For Jan. 31 Ad Feb. 1


ers who are eligible for the 2012) of the farm's plant-
DCP Program wil also be ed acres times the differ-
eligible to enroll inthe Av- ence between the State
erage Crop Revenue Elec- ACRE guarantee and the
tion Program. The enroll- State revenue times the
ment period for the ACRE ratio of the farm's yield
Program will begin in the divided by the State ex-
spring. Producers may pected yield. The total
first enroll in the DCP number of planted acres
Program, elect to receive for which a producer may
advance direct payments receive ACRE payments
and then; later modify may not exceed the total
their enrollment to in- base on the farm. In ex-
clude the ACRE program change for participating
or they may wait and elect in ACRE, in addition to
to enroll,'in DCP and not receiving counter-
ACRE at the same time in cyclical ,payments, a
Spring 2009. farm'sdirect payment is
The optional ACRE reduced by 20 percent,
Program provides a safe and marketing assistance
ty net based on State rev- loan ratesare reduced by
enue losses and acts in ,30 percent.
place of the 'p ice:based The decision to enroll
safety net>of counter- in the ACRE Program is
cyclical payments under irrevocable, The owner of
DCP. A farm's payment is the farm and all produc-
based on a revenue guar- ers on the' farm must
antee calculatedlusing'a 5- agree to eni'oll in ACRE.
year average state yield Once enrolled, the farm
year State price for each initial crp year and will
eligible commodity For remain in ACRE through
the 2009 crop, the, 2-year the. 2012 cro ye .t



^'**ssue-1 .lW~c ^l^':^^m-
price average will be jDirect paymentrates
based on the 2007 and 2008 and mraximumn, bcounter-
crop years. ,'cyclical rates for 2009 are
An ACRE payment'is available online at www.
issued when both the- fsa.usda.gov. Formore in-
State and the farm have formation on the DCP or
incurred a revenue loss. ACRE program, contact
The payment is based on. the Madison FSA Office at
83.3 percent (85 percent in (850) 973-2205.


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission, in conjunc-
tion with the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, has estab-
lished Jan. 31 and Feb.1 as
Youth Waterfowl Hunting
Days to help pass on the
duck hunting tradition.
This opportunity also
provides a chance for expe-
rienced waterfowl hunters
to take youths afield to
teach them duck hunting
techniques and ethics.
This statewide, two-
day season allows children
younger than 16 years old
to hunt-with adult super-
vision-waterfowl, coots
and common moorhens.
Supervisors (18 years or
older) must be present and
may assist young hunters,
but are prohibited from
hunting. Licenses, per-
mits and federal duck
stamps are not required
for youth hunters younger
than 16 years of age.
The daily bag limit of
ducks is six and may con-
sist of no more than one
black duck, one mottled
duck, one fulvous
whistling-duck, one pin-
tail, two redheads, three
wood ducks, two scaup,
four scoters and four mal-
lards (of which only two
may be female). Taking or
attempting to take canvas-
backs or harlequin ducks
is illegal. All other species
of ducks may be taken up
to the six-bird limit.
The daily limit on
coots and common


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moorhens is 15, and there
is a'five-bird limit on mer-
gansers, only two of which
may be hooded.
Canada and light geese
may be hunted statewide,
with a daily bag limit of,
five.
Light geese include
snow, blue and Ross'
geese. There is a 15-bird
daily bag limit on any
combination of these
geese.
All other regulations
for hunting waterfowl ap'-
ply to this two-day season.
Hunting regulations can
be found online at
MyFWC.com/hunting or in
the. FWC's waterfowl and
coot seasons brochure,
available at county tax col-
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He invented what he called "sheet asphalt pavement."
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man named John Metcalfe in this story, John was born in
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Dolly Benson was the only woman that John had ever
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England. His major contribution to road-building was in his
method of using three layers, which consisted of large
stones for the base, road material such as smaller rocks and
earth in the middle, and a layer of gravel on top. His roads
allowed the rainwater to drain off better than roads built by
his predecessors.
John became the first road builder to build a road over a
marsh. Nothing out of the ordinary here, until you find out
more about John.
You see, John Metcalfe built his roads, despite the fact
that he was blind! He caught smallpox when he was six
years old, which caused him to go blind.
I mentioned earlier that there were three Scottish engi-
neers who pioneered the building of smooth roads. What
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fore the invention of asphalt-paved roads-to handle the
weight of horses and buggies that were used back then.
The other Scottish engineer, John McAdam, mixed the
stones with tar to create a smooth road. His roads became
known as "tarmacadam roads" and were used until the
1870's when they were replaced with asphalt roads.
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Apartments

1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC
accessible apts. Rental assis-
tance may be available. HUD
vouchers accepted. Call 850-
948-3056. TDD/TTY 711.
192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity
rtn


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Sadison partments

entail assis ce may e
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR HC
& non-HC accessible apts.
all 850-973-8582, TDD/TTY
711. 315 SW Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity
rtn


House for Rent
in breehVifll'e; FL '
(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


DOWNTOWN APARTM
FOR RENT, NEWLY
RENOVATED 1BR, 1 B.
$450.00 MO.
567-1523
12/


For Rent:
4 Bedroom 2 Bath house with a
built in office, beautifully re-
modeled tile & wood floors
with carpet in 4 bedrooms.
Fireplace, large shaded yard,
large front porch, all electric.
Lee School district. Off HWY
'6 near Blue Springs, 1 year
lease, References required.
$700 a month.
$700 Security Deposit
423-538-1206 or 423-845-0590
rtn


2 BR 1 bath Singlewide Mot
Home in Cherry Lake Area
$350.00 month, plus depos
973-2353


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House for Rent
2Bed/1 Bth. Great neighbor-
hood. Within city limits.
$500mth. 1st and last mths rent
due. Security deposit required.
673-9425


Private, quite, fumishe
one BR Mobile hom
for one person.
Direct TV, near town, $35
plus Electricity
850-973-4030


HOME FOR RENT
Restored 3 BR Home, C
Air. Oak floors, large sto
1335 Sq Ft
Yard Maint. included
Adult family only, no p
$800 rent and deposit
Credit check.
432 NE Horry Ave. Mad
Call George
973-8583, 557-0994
10/1


Mobile Home For Rent
12'x60'-2 Bed/ 1 Bath
Rodger's Sink Road. 2 miles'
South of I-10 off St. Rt. 53
South. Lee School District.
$350 per mth/ $300 deposit.
Call: 850-971-5856
1/21-1/23


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

25 Acres on Hwy 90, Lee,
$112,500 ($4,500/ac)

Larger tracts available
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116
12/24-rtn
For Sale
2 BR/2 BTH Town House
at 346 SW Macon Street.
Call After 5:30


253-1201.


1/21-1/30


2.25 Acres on Suwannee River


cc/rtn in Hamilton Co.
Approx. 170ft. of River Front.
ENT High and Dry.
g $55,000 firm.
ATH Call Pamela Hood
at 850-673-6409
I rtn
19-rtn


For Sale 3 Bed/ 2 Bth w. A.C. on
1/2 Acre in Lee. Only $599mth.
Call Will for more info at
850-253-8001
rtn


FSBO- 3 Bed, 1.5 Bth, 1 Acre,
1500 sqft, built in 1994, recent
upgrades, Cherry Lake area.
$98,500.
850-464-1368
rtn

For Sale in Hamilton Co.
on 5 Acres.
You Choose Floorplan.
Call Today
850-253-8001


For Sale 4 Bed/2 Bth w. A
in Madison County
for only $649 per mth.
Call to be pre-approved
850-253-8001

Land Owners- with good or
credit!!! You can own a n
home with $0 down.
Call Will at 850-253-800


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HOME BUYERS.. GUARAN-
TEED FINANCING THRU
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
Call Steve 386-365-5370

ZERO DOWN
LAND HOME PACKAGES
Singlewide your land $340.00 P&I
per mo, Doublewide your land
$422.00 P&I per mo. Singlewide
& $30,000.00 for land $520.00
P&I per mo. or Doublewide with
$30,000.00 for land $602.00 P&I
per mo. Our land your land or buy
land. I specialize in credit chal-
lenged customers. Applications
over the phone, credit decision next
business day. Let me help make
your new home dream come true.
Trades welcome.
Call Steve 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 PAY-
MENTS YOU ARE THROWING ,
AWAY ON RENT. CALL SARAH
FOR MORE INFO
386-288-0964


NEED MORE SPACE FOR A
GROWING FAMILY? 2001, 5
rtn
BEDROOM, 4 BATH TRADE-IN.
r bad EXCELLENT CONDITION. FOR
ew MORE INFO CALL SARAH 386-
288-0964


1.
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Haywood Realty
50.00 352-369-0900
FOR SALE
30 Acres with septic and (2) 4"
rtn/cc wells Fenced and Cross Fenced
also with Pond. Approx 25
acres in pasture with bahaya
grass and a beautiful 5 acre
H & homesite with canopy entrance
rage, to property. Excellent location
just 5 miles north of Madison
on Rocky Ford Road. Asking
1. $7,000.00 per acre.
ets, Owner will.take 1/2 Down and
t. Finance Balance at 10%.
Call
ison. Associate Pamela Hood
850-673-6409
10/8-rtn
7- rtn


Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage
Corner lots.
Fronts both Harvey Greene Dr.
and Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
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, via SR 53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant or
short or long term lease.
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141
I'n


Downtown Office/ Retail space
for rent. 700 to 1,400 Sql ft.
567-1523
10/22-rtn


FOR RENT
Office Building across street
from Post Office, Courthouse,
and Courthouse Annex.
(Old Enterprise Recorder
Office);
111 SE Shelby St. Madison
Newly renovated back to the
1920's era Call 973-4141
rtn




For Sale:
Oak China Cabinet
Call after 5:30.
253-1201
1/21-1/30

FOR SALE
4-seater Hot Tub
Blue Marble Design
$500 CASH ONLY FIRM
Call 850-973-4141
rtn/nc





1987 Ford Bronco for Sale. Super
hot engine! 58k original miles.
Auto trans. Differentials don't
leak. Only rolled over once but
never "mud bogged". Upper
body has no glass but engine and
running gear awesome! Now
painted camo $500. 850-464-1165



SERVICES~


MARTIN'S
CARPET REPAIR

Re-Stretching, Patching,
Seam Repair, Berber Pulls,
Bums, Water Damage, etc.

Don't waste money to buy new
carpet if you don't have to....
Call 850-879-0120
or
850-973-2003
for a FREE estimate!

DUNN'S
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts

850-978-4728
2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340

ANYTHING LEFT OVER 30
DAYS WILL BE SOLD

Backhoe Cat 526B
Work Available
$45 per hr. Experienced Opera-
tor. 8ft. Bush-hog work available.
850-929-4823

I build decks, sheds, exterior
carpentry work
Call 850-242-9342
ask for Bob
rtn




Part-time Southern Gospel Trio
has position open for a male tenor
or baritone or a female alto.
Please call for audition. Must be
ministry minded and interested in
performing on weekends. Audi-
tions start immediately. For ore
information call 850-464-0114 or
904-472-7865.
1/14-rtn (nc)






BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004.
IF NO ANSWER, PLEASE
LEAVE NAME, TELEPHONE
NUMBER AND INFORMATION
ABOUT THE MILL.
rtn


Jefferson County Road Dept. is
accepting applications for a
Shop Foreman/ mechanic. Must
have light and heavy equipment
experience, able to work on gas
and diesel equipment, possess a
high school diploma or GED.
Clean Florida drivers License
with class B or better. No felon
background. Pay range is $9.75
to $15.42. Starting pay will be
commensurate with experience.
Pick up application at our of-
fice. Call for information, 997-
2036. Deadline for applications
is January 31, 2009.

Sales Consultant
America's Home Place is seek-
ing an experienced sales person
for our Valdosta
location. The applicant must
have a proven successful sales
track record. Fax resume to
229-245-8790 or email to
bpolk@americahomeplace.com


Are you highly motivated?
Are you a self starter? Do
you posses a strong desire to
succeed? If you answered
yes to any of the above
questions we are looking for you.



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We are currently accepting
applications for Managers in
the Madison area. Interested
appllicants please call Ms.
Kim @ 352-494-7551

Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS
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Call: 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net
24hrs/day, 7days/week

Charming residential communi-
ty on the Suwannee River


LPN (GPNs Welcome)
FT/PT/long-term care setting; un-
restricted license required.

CNA
FT/PT/long-term care setting;
Florida certification required.

ACCOUNTING A/R CLERK
FT position, HSD or equivalent re-
quired; prior experience in insur-
ance billing and coding, PC opera-
tions with MS applications, includ-
ing word processor, spreadsheet,
and database required. Must be de-
tail oriented.

FOOD SERVICE STAFF
PT/FT in various settings includ-
ing summer seasonal, institution-
al, and cafeteria. Prior experience
in institutional or cafeteria food
service a plus but not required.

WATER/ WASTEWATER
TREATMENT OPERATIONS
FT water/waste water treatment
operator; valid FL C water or
waste treatment certification re-
quired; dual certification strongly
preferred. Experience in all aspects
of water/ wastewater & distribu-
tion/collection systems required.


Excellent benefits package and
competitive wages. Apply in per-
son at Personnel Office Monday
through Friday from 9:00a.m. until
4:00 p.m., or fax re-
sume/credentials to 386-658-5160.
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace/ Crimi-
nal Background checks required.


GED. The City of Madison will
be accepting applications for this
position from January 19, 2009
through January 30, 2009.
Applications may be picked up
at City Hall, Monday through
Friday from8:00 a.m. until
5:00 p.m. The City of Madison
is an EOE, a drug free work-
place and recognizes veteran's
preference.


The Madison County Solid
Waste/ Recycling Department is
advertising for (2) part-time
Collection Center Attendants.
Major responsibilities will in-
clude the opening and closing of
the collection center, assisting
residents with proper disposal
and recycling techniques as well
as the distribution of educationa
material. Attendant must main-
tain center grounds in a clean
and orderly fashion. Employee
must have the ability to estab-
lish and maintain positive work-
ing relationships with residents
who use the Drop-Off Center.
Employee must report any prob-
lems and concerns to the office
of the Solid Waste Coordinator.
Other related duties may be re-
quired as assigned by the Ad-
ministrative Staff. 20-30 hour
work week is required with flex-
ible hours being a must, able to
cover weekends and holiday
time schedules. Position will re-
main open until filled. For addi-
tional information contact the
Solid Waste Office at 973-261. A
completed Madison'County Em-
ployment Application is re-
quired. Madison County is an
equal opportunity employer and
a Drug Free Workplace. All ap-
plications must be submitted to
the following address by January
23, 2009 at 5:00pm.

Madison County Board of Com-
missioners
Attn: Allen Cherry
Courthouse Annex, Rm 219
112 E Pickney Street
PO Box 539
Madison, FL 32341
(850) 973-3179


The City of Madison will be ac-
cepting applications for a Water
Mainteirance Technician/Meter
Reader for the Potable Water De-
partment. Applicants must be 18
years of age, possess a valid
Florida "B' Commercial Driver's
License
or obtain such within 6 months
after employment, High School
Diploma or GED, and pass
a drug test,background check
and physical examination. We
prefer someone with at least two
years involving the installation
and maintenance of water distri-
bution system. Job applications
and job descriptions may be
picked up at City Hall
between the hours of 8:00 am
and 5:00 pm Monday through
Friday. We will be accepting
applications for this position
from January 19,2009 until Janu-
ary 30,2009. The City of Madi-
son is an Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer and recognizes
veteran's preference.


The City of Madison has one
pening in the Potable Water De-
partment for a heavy
equipment operator. Applicants
must have a valid FLorida Class
B Commercial Driver's
License, or obtain the same
within six months after being
hired. Applicants must be able
to read and write the English
language, be able to communi-
cate orally and be able to
follow oral or written instruc-
tions. This position requires a lot
of medium to heavy
physical labor, and also requires
the applicants to be able to oper-
ate a backhoe with the
confidence to dig around water,
sewer, gas telephone and electric
lines. The applicant
hired for this position will also
be required to get a water
distribution license and work in
any other pan of the water de-
partment when necessary.
The persons hired for this posi-
tion must pass a physical exami-
nation, background check
and drug test. Applicants must
have a high school diploma or


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Friday, January 23, 2009


NOTICE: The District School Board of Madison County,
Florida, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at 4:00 p.m. The meeting
will be held in the School Board Meeting Room of the Superintendent's Office, 210 NE Du-
val Ave. Madison, Florida.

New Board Policy 2.26
Automated External Defibrillators


The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE Duval Ave,
Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 1001.41, 1001.42
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, WITH
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING OR HEARING,
HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS,.AND FOR SUCH PUR-
POSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS. IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
1/23/2009


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2008-121-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTHY L. BECKNER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of DOROTHY L. BECKNER, deceased, whose
date of death was June 9, 2008; is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Flori-
da. Probate Division; File Number 2008-121-CP; the names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THELATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TIONOF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
ACOPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or
demands against the decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION'OF THIS NOTICE IS January
16, 2009.


Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ Clay A. Schnitker
Clay A. Schnitker
Fla Bar No. 349143
Davis, Schnitker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.
33702
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-4186


Personal Representative:
/s/ Eulas L. Beckner, Jr.
Eulas L. Beckner, Jr.
7940 2nd Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida


01/16/2009 and 01/23/2009


CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES
The City of Madison, Florida, hereby requests proposals from qualified' individuals or
firms to provide professional engineering services under a "continuing contract", as such
term is defined in Section 287.055(2)(g), Florida Statutes. The City desires to establish a
continuing contract with one or more firms.
The continuing contract(s) negotiated as a result of this request will be non-exclusive and
shall give the City the right, but not the obligation, to use any such firm(s) under continu-
ing contract for any particular project or part of a project. Award of a continuing contract
does not guarantee that a firm will be employed on a regular basis nor does it guarantee a
minimum number of tasks or minimum compensation. The City may, from time to time,
issue separate requests for proposals and enter into separate contracts for the performance
of services which are similar or identical to the services indicated in this request. All such
actions shall be subject to the sole discretion of the City. Specific detail regarding scope of
work and information related to submitting proposals may be obtained by contacting:
Harold Emrich, City Manager, (850) 973-5081, madisoncitymgr@embarqmail.com.
01/16/2009 and 01/23/2009


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2008-130-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARGUERITE W. PITTMAN
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MARGUERITE W. PITTMAN, deceased,
whose date of death was October 19, 2008; is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison
County, Florida, Probate Division; File Number 2008-130-CP; the names and addresses of
the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney arepet forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands
against Decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons who have claims or
demands against the Decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must tile their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS December 24, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Representatives: Personal Representatives:


.s/ Clay A. Schnitker
Clay A. Schnitker
Fla Bar No.349143
Davis, Schnitker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida 32341
(850) 973-4186


/s/ Lamar Carlton Pittman
Lamar Carlton Pittman
2810 Bud McKey Circle
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Is/ P.K. Pittman, Jr.
P.K; Pittman
260 SE Madison Street
Madison, Florida 32340
Is/ Marguerite P. Page
Marguerite P. Page
Post Office Box 578
Madison, Florida 32341


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