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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise recorder
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Enterprise-recorder
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Madison Fla
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Our 149th Year, Number 34www.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, Telling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right To Know Index1 Section, 12 Pages Local WeatherViewpoints 2 Obituaries 4 Around Madison 3 -7 Sports 8-9Classieds 10 Legals 11Friday, May 2, 2014Madison, Florida Gunslinger Pawn And Gun Owner SentencedSubmitted by the U.S. Department of JusticeChad Eric Jones, 43, of Madison, was sentenced on April 29, to one year in federal prison by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle following acceptance of his guilty plea in November of last year. Jones, a federally licensed firearms dealer, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of selling firearms to a convicted felon and a single count of selling a handgun to a person under 21 years of age. In September of last year, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, with the assistance of the Madison County Sheriffs Office and the Madison Police Department, executed a search warrant at Jones residence and place of business, Gunslingers Pawn and Gun on Duval Street in Madison. While executing the search warrant at Gunslingers Pawn and Gun, agents seized 67 firearms not listed in the Gunslingers acquisition and disposition book. Jones ultimately forfeited all of these firearms to the government and surrendered his federal firearms license. During the course of the investigation, agents obtained an audio recording in which Jones admitted that he intentionally kept certain firearms out of his acquisition and disposition book to conceal the fact that he was selling firearms to prohibited persons. If a firearm was not in his acquisition and disposition book, Jones believed that government agents would be unable to determine that he had sold the firearm to a convicted felon. This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Madison County Sheriffs Office and the Madison Police Department. The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Jason S. Beaton.Oliver Bradley Recognized By County CommissionBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Oliver Bradley, Veterans' Services Ofcer for both Madison and Jefferson Counties, was all smiles as he stood in front of the County Commission, wearing the red-ribboned gold medal he had received from the Governor's ofce a few days earlier. On April 10, Bradley had been the recipient of the Governor's Veterans Service Award from Florida's Gov. Rick Scott. At the County Commission Meeting a couple of weeks later, the commissioners were ofcially recognizing his achievement and offering their congratulations. It's a great thing the governor's doing, said Bradley. Especially for the Korean and Vietnam veterans Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, April 23, 2014A happy man...with an almost non-stop smile, Oliver Bradley tells the joke about The Most Humble Man award winner who lost the award when he showed up to claim it; turning serious for a bit, he spoke briey about the need to make sure all veterans received the care and benets they were entitled to, and thanked the commission for the chance to speak about the subject...and let everyone see the medal he'd received from Gov. Rick Scott. See Oliver Bradley On Page 3 Relay For Life Only One Week AwayBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Relay for Life is only one week away, but there is still time to form a team, plan to walk as a survivor or caregiver or become involved in any other way in the Madison County Relay for Life this year. Renae Williams, one of the Relay co-chairs for this years campaign said they had a great bank night this past Tuesday and have almost reached their goal but adds, We need all Madison residents to help us nish. Williams said there would be one more meeting, Tuesday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m., where teams will be able to turn in money and discuss details of the event. Relay for Life is an overnight event increasing cancer aware-See Relay On Page 3 Free Child ID Program Provided By Madison County MasonsBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The Child ID Program, provided by the Grand Lodge of Florida and supported and implemented by the Masonic Lodges of Madison and Greenville, will be at the Madison Pizza Hut, Tuesday, May 6. The ID program is a free service offered by the Masons and is designed to help parents and law enforcement, in the unfortunate circumstances of a missing or abducted child. Digital images, video, ngerprinting and DNA samples (where possible) are taken of the child during the program and can be disseminated across the state and to the National Law Enforcement Network very quickly, increasing the probability the child will be found. Keeping See Child ID On Page 3Semi Carrying Cooking Oil WrecksBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Asemi truck belonging to Kendra Trucking in Cherry Lake wrecked just before the crossroads of Hwy 53 and Hwy 150 on Sunday, April 27. It is unclear how the driver lost control but the semi ended up laying on it side. According to Cherry Lake Fire Rescue Fire Chief Scott Singletary, the semi was loaded with cooking oil that was contained in plastic jugs. This was a minor spill and the cooking oil is non hazardous. Hwy 150 was closed for over an hour while workers transferred the oil to a new truck. Photo By Russell WilliamsWorkers from Kendra Trucking look over the damage after a semi rolled on its side on Hwy 150 in Cherry Lake. Betty Lawrence Updates Commission On Possible Library GrantBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Betty Lawrence, Suwannee River Regional Librarian for the Madison, Suwannee and Hamilton County library systems, appeared before the County Commission to give everyone an update on the possibility of receiving State Aid To Libraries grant money again this year. The state now has some new requirements for its library grant, which could mean that Madison might get a little more this year, but we have to go through the process, and get the proper signatures and verify that at least one library in the county is open 40 hours a week, Lawrence told the commissioners. The City of Madison Public Library meets that 40-hour-aweek requirement, and once the commission approved Amendment #1 to the State Library Grant Agreement, it seemed everything would be in order for the upcoming grant cycle. Lawrence also briefed everyone on the automated record system with its advantages of better administrative recordkeeping, and the userfriendly electronic card-catalogue for library patrons. As for the Greenville Library, Lawrence told the commission that now was the time to prepare a grant application and get Greenville placed See Grant On Page 3Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, April 23, 2014Regional Librarian Betty Lawrence (standing) hands out updates on the new state requirements for receiving grant money for the library system. Seated at the table facing her are (left to right): Commissioner Wayne Vickers, Commissioner Clyde Alexander, and County Attorney Tommy Reeves. Florida Speed Limits Apt To IncreaseIf you think motorists now speed on Floridas interstates, a recently approved Senate bill could well increase speeds. Senate Bill 392, which the Florida Senate approved on Thursday, April 24, would up the maximum allowable speed on interstate highways by ve miles per hour, from the current 70 to 75 mph. Meaning that motorists could concei vably push that speed to 80 mph with little fear of getting ticketed, as Florida law allows for warnings to those traveling less than six mph above the posted speed limit. If its any comfort, the bill leaves the nal determination to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), for all divided highways that have at least four lanes of trafc. Proponents argue that the measure will even out trafc ows, reduce conicts amongSee Speed Limit On Page 3District 2 City Commission MeetingBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.District 2 City Commissioner Ina Thompson hosted a community meeting on Thursday, April 24, at Madison City Hall. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss concerns that citizens and business owners had. City Manager Tim Bennett, Police Chief Gary Calhoun and Fire Chief Bruce Jordan also attended the meeting. Around twenty people attended the meeting with only a handful of people from Districts 2. The rest was from the other districts. A citizen brought up the need for policing the 20 mph. speed limit on Livingston Street going down parallel to Hwy 53. A different citizen brought up a concern for speeding on Bunker Street. Id like to just take different sections of the city and look and see what signs are there. Do they still need to be there, some need to be cleaned up and some probably need to be taken down and some others need to be put up, so just an overall survey of different areas; if you see a something like that in your area, let us know, said Madison Police Chief Gary Calhoun. A citizen mentioned a log truck that was parked on a lot at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Livingston Street. Concerning the log truck, I believe the log truck was parking somewhere else, we asked him to move, said Bennett. Weve talked to him aboutSee City Comm. On Page 3 Ina Thompson

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Dear Editor, Before we move into high gear with the political season this year, let's review what Congressman Southerland has (or hasn't) done for us in the past year or so regarding jobs, our economy, and fairness. He and his colleagues shutdown the government, costing the economy $24 Billion in economic growth; he would've thrown the federal government into default, making it more expensive both for the government and the average citizen and small business to borrow monies due to higher interest rates, and slowing the creation of jobs. He and his colleagues in the House voted to pass Republican Paul Ryan's budget plan, which among other things: (1) raises taxes on middle class families with children while lowering taxes on millionaires by an average of $87,000 apiece; (2) cuts monies to Medicare, the health care for our seniors; and (3) cuts monies for early education, pell grants, and job training, all essential for folks to get a fair shake for jobs in today's workforce. Congressman Southerland has consistently been against spending necessary monies to rebuild America's/North Florida's crumbling infrastructure, whether it be roads, bridges, transit systems, wastewater facilities and what have you, depriving many people of employment opportunities. He's been against increasing the minimum wage at all, and we all know that no one can support a family on the current minimum wage, much less pump necessary monies into the economy to create more needed jobs for people. He's been against the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would work to equalize pay for the same work between men and women, where currently a woman only earns on average 83% of what a man does, and that takes necessary monies both out of people's immediate households but also out of the overall economy which, again, would create more and better paying jobs for people. Yes, Congressman Southerland in the upcoming election might say popular statements about jobs and the economy to keep/gain your support, but his actual votes and positions show the truth of where he's really coming from and you need to remember this come when it's time for you to cast your votes in November. Sincerely, John Hedrick Iwas reading a book the other day called The Circle Maker when one of the subject headings blared like a trumpet in my eyes. I could hear the sound of the silent marching and the sound of the trumpet as it blew a melody called victory as the Israeli army watched the walls fall and they entered and took the city of Jericho as I read it. It posed the question to me: What is your Jericho? I thought to myself: Well, I've faced many Jerichos. I have had problems that seemed like giants and made me seem small in my own mind. I have faced walls that were too high to scale and too thick to crash through. I thought those things to myself, but as I think back on all the valleys in my life, I see that God has always helped me climb back to the mountain. As I think on all the box canyons in my life, God has always showed me a route to escape through. So many times, we look at our problems and that's all we see. We need to look to Jesus who is interceding for us as we made our prayers to God, the Father. What is your Jericho? Listen to God, read the Word and pray and those walls will come tumbling down. May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute encourage all Americans to keep a check on your blood pressure to reduce your risk of several chronic diseases. This month, take action and find out what your blood pressure numbers are, what they mean, and what to do to prevent or control this all too common condition. The NHBLI warns that high blood pressure is a dangerous condition. Sometimes known as the silent killer, many people do not exhibit symptoms, so you may not even know you have it. Over time, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, stroke and kidney disease which are ranked 1st, 3rdand 9thamong the leading causes of death in the U.S. The good news is that high blood pressure can be prevented, and if your blood pressure is high, it can be controlled. You can work on making a few lifestyle changes, the following are suggestions from several reliable sources including Extension, USDA and the NHBLI: If you weigh more than is recommended for your height, work on losing weight, and work on maintaining a healthy weight. Become more physically active walk, ride a bike or yard work are all example of physical activities. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines now recommends that you get at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day. If you have trouble getting 30 minutes, try 10 -15 minutes a couple times a day. All activity is helpful. Follow a healthy eating plan. If you arent sure how to begin, contact the Extension office for fact sheets to get you on the right track. Choose MyPlate website, sponsored by USDA, it also has great consumer information. Eat less salt and sodium. Any seasoning with the word salt in it needs to be eliminated from your food preparation. This means switching to herbs and spices to season the food you eat. An example would be to use garlic powder instead of garlic salt. Research has shown that a healthy eating plan called DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) can reduce your chances of developing high blood pressure and it has positive results in lowering blood pressure. A detailed fact sheet with details of the DASH diet can be downloaded from the NHBLIs website at www.nhlbi.nih.gov/hb p/index.html. The plan emphasizes fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and low fat dairy products and is moderate in total fat and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It also includes whole grains, poultry, fish and nuts. There are many eating strategies to help reduce your salt and sodium intake. Of course, you can get fact sheets on healthful eating and reducing fat and sodium in your diet by contacting the Madison County Extension Office. Call or stop by the office for your free copies. The University of Florida IFAS/Extension is an Equal Opportunity Institution.Viewpoints & Opinions2 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Read Jacobs blog at www.jacobbembry.com. His book, Higher Call, is available in Kindle format at www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com. Madison County Extension ServiceLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted Letters must be 600 words or less Letter To The Editor Jacobs Ladder Jacob BembryColumnist Conservative Corner Conservative CornerBy Robert J. Bezick Jr. Diann DouglasGuest Columnist W h a t I s Y o u r J e r i c h o ? Its National High Blood Pressure Education Month AMERICAN DREAM INDEPENDENCE WAS OUR MOTTO When we think about our quest for the American Dream, do we even remember how it came about? Maybe we should ask rst why it came about. Many of our ancestors picked this country to immigrate to and decided to work hard and advance themselves without the benet of the US government. It seems like only yesterday we were the envy of all people. America was where freedoms were granteda right of passage. Come to America where opportunity was abundant. Now we seem to be under attack from all fronts, internal threats toward our freedoms as well as external threats to our exceptionalism. Where did we go wrong? I believe it all stems from trusting our elected ofcials and those in authority with the keys to the kingdom called America. While most Americans were busy taking care of business, family and other matters of lifes journey; we gave too much credit to those in charge of government to preserve these inalienable rights that we wanted to promote to everyone that came here. The reins of government were handed over carte blanche and now we are reaping the consequences of our trusting populace. The silent majority, or middle class America, will be the ones who lose the most. Capitalism and the free marketplace brought us to the exceptionalism that was America. The hope and change we need is that the courage of our founding fathers is resurrected now to save our way of life that we have come to expect. It needs to be now and not later so that we can be proud to pass this thing we call the American Dream on to the generations that come after us. We have been silent too long. We need to become part of the solution and engage in the process of correcting our course so that this nation will remain the land of opportunity for all of those seeking freedom from the many forms of oppression that still exist. Our exceptionalism that we once possessed has been diminished by the abundant greed of those entrusted with the pillars of our republicour family valuesour faith..and our character, where your word was your bond. These pillars were paramount to protecting our once great republic; we all stood strong together against the foreign enemies that wanted to divide us. Now these pillars of strength have been so eroded that we no longer recognize the American culture that brought us to that lofty perch we once had, and that the world envied. Our mission now, if we want to accept it, is to have all brave and courageous American patriots to step forward and do their part to protect the freedoms we have enjoyed all these many years the same freedoms we want for our children and the generations yet to come. The American culture needs your help now. Protect the legacy of this great country by restoring the family values, our faith, and the character our founding fathers initiated when they declared their independence. Lets all become independent again. THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MADISON COUNTYMeets Monday, May 12 at 12:00 noon at Shelby's Restaurant SMART METERS, By Tri County Electric EVERYONE WELCOME Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com L e t s R e v i e w C o n g r e s s m a n S t e v e S o u t h e r l a n d Bandit Begs Judge For A Drink After He And Pals Get 32 Years Thieves Swipe $18,000 Worth Of Axe Shower Gel From Semi Man Hit Girlfriend With Anger Management Book; Both Arrested He wanted one last trip to Margaritaville before spending the next three decades in prison. One of three black men who wore Hollywood-grade masks to make them look white in a 2010 stickup begged a Brooklyn federal court judge for a stiff one before getting sentenced. Someone broke into the trailer of a semi truck late Saturday parked on the Eastside, police said, and made off with one whole pallet of Axe shower gel. One thing about it: Somewhere, wandering the streets of Indianapolis, might be one sexy-smelling thief. Deputies said they were called to the woman's apartment Monday night where the ght broke out while watching a movie. A Spartanburg County man is accused of hitting his girlfriend with his anger management book while she was accused of stabbing him with a boxcutter, landing both of them in jail.

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From Page One Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 World NewsBy Rose Klein The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreenePath of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativeJeanette DunnBookkeeperBrooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classieds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Wednesday at 3 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included)Since 1865 -Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity.The Madison The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Enterprise-RecorderMadison Recorder established 1865 New Enterprise established 1901 Consolidated June 25, 1908 Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Ofce 32340. Publication No. 177.400. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enterprise-Recorder, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline.P.O. Box 772 Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com 2013Teens Poisons Food After Grandmother Takes CellphoneIn Fayetteville, N.C., a teen was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder after she allegedly poisoned a pot of her grandmothers collard greens. Tytana LisaNicole Johnson is accused of pouring insecticide and termiticide into the pot of greens while her grandmother attended Easter services, because 51-year-old Gaylon Moody had taken away her cellphone as a punishment. Moody and a friend, Clifton Evans, had to be taken to the hospital after eating the greens. Johnson admitted to poisoning the collards and apologized to Evans for making him sick. Moody said, She got mad because I took her cellphone from her, and she poisoned my food. Ill tell you one thing: It aint good to feel.Boy Refused Fast Food Service For Being Too YoungIn Manchester, England, a KFC restaurant refused to serve a 13-yearold who was attempting to pick up food for himself and his 8-year-old brother. Jake Butterworth was sent to the food establishment by his father, who was running late for work, but Butterworth was refused service by staff who said he would, mess about and throw food and they would only serve him if he was 18. The boys father was furious and in turn received an apology from KFC, who cited previous instances where staff had to deal with anti-social behavior with young customers. They offered the family a free meal with their apology.Library Asked To Remove Dr. Seuss Book Due To ViolenceIn Toronto, Canada, a complaint was given to the Toronto Public Library, asking them to remove the 1963 Dr. Seuss classic, Hop on Pop because it promotes violence. The complaint states the childrens book encourages children to use violence against their fathers and wanted Toronto area dads to receive an apology. The complaint also asked the library to pay for damages resulting from the book. The Materials Review Committee said the book is humorous, wellloved and has appeared on many Best of Childrens book lists. The MRC pointed out that the children in the Pulitzer Prize-winning authors book are actually told not to hop on pop. The library opted to retain the book.who didn't have such a great homecoming. Oliver's been a great service to our veterans in Madison and Jefferson Counties, said County Coordinator Allen Cherry. He ghts for thousands of dollars worth of benets for our veterans. I feel real good about it, said Bradley with a huge smile, adding that he planned to cherish the medal for a little while longer. Thank you, Mr. Cherry, for giving me the opportunity to show it off a little. Thank you all. The Veterans Services Ofce for Madison County is located on the rst oor of the Courthouse Annex, in Room 113. Local veterans who need assistance in nding out what benets they're entitled to, or need help accessing those benets, can contact Bradley at (850) 9733208. Oliver Bradley Cont. From Page 1 ness while raising much-needed funds for the American Cancer Societys local patient services and programs, advocacy, community education and cancer research. Relay for Life empowers the community to take part in the ght against cancer while honoring survivors and remembering friends and loved ones lost to the disease by composing teams of people from local companies, clubs, neighborhoods and families to raise funds prior to the event. At the relay, team members take turns walking around a track, relay-style. Participants camp-out, enjoy music, entertainment and food while building team spirit to help in the ght against cancer. This year, Relay has changed their hours to better accommodate busy schedules and as a result of the shorter hours, will be squeezing more entertainment and events into their schedule, but the Luminaria Ceremony, the highlight of the evening, will remain untouched. Paper luminarias, decorated by loved ones, are lined around the track and left burning throughout the evening to remind participants of the incredible importance of their contribution. Relay will take place next weekend at the Madison County High School, located at 2649 W US 90, from 7 p.m., Friday, May 9 until 7 a.m., Saturday, May 10. Plan to attend and help support those in their walk against cancer. Immediately following this event, there will be a 5K run that starts at 8 a.m. on the track, to help raise money for Relay. The cost will be $10 and everyone is invited. All money raised during the upcoming weekend will go towards the ght against cancer. For more information on forming a team, placing a luminaria, walking as a survivor or caregiver or to donate time or services to the event, contact Renae Williams at (850) 673-8492. For information on the 5K run, contact Danyel Rucker at (850) 673-8539. Relay Cont. From Page 1 on the list for a new library building. There were things they needed to think about, including: did the county have land in or near Greenville for a new site, or did they need to purchase some? Were there any landowners in the area who might donate a small plot of land for a new library building? Did they want to build an entirely new building from the ground up, or was there a suitable building, that, with grant-funded renovations, would work just as well? With that in mind, the commission voted unanimously to approve the amendment to the State Library Grant Agreement. Grant Cont. From Page 1 your childs information current is important and should be updated yearly. Tuesday, the Masons will also be a holding a fundraiser, Eat Pizza, Raise Dough where the public can help raise money to purchase the newest technology needed for the ID program. The fundraiser will be all day, Dine In or Carry Out. Patrons who present a voucher at checkout will have their bill total counted towards the Child ID fundraiser, of which Pizza Hut will donate a percentage. To get a voucher, cut one out of this newspaper or email John Sirmon atsirmonj@gmail.com. A voucher must be present for the Masons to receive funds. The child ID Program at Pizza Hut will start at 5 p.m. and run through 8 p.m., and is for children 0-18 years old. Identification of each child will take roughly 10 to 15 minutes, allowing approximately 30 children in the three-hour period. As part of the program, children under the age of 10 years old can eat for free with an adult (one child per adult) from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Madison Pizza Hut is located at 855 W. Base Street and is open from 11:15 a.m., until 10 p.m. Bring a voucher and enjoy a pizza while you help a worthy cause and be there from 5-8 p.m., for a free ID of your child, courtesy of the Masons. Child ID Cont. From Page 1 Speed Limit Cont. From Page 1vehicles and reduce accidents. Opponents say the higher speed can potentially impact on tourists and seniors and increase safety hazards. They point to other states where higher speed limits have resulted in increased traffic fatalities because of drivers reduced reaction, along with more severe injuries. The Houses companion bill, HB-761, has yet to hit the floor. If approved, the bill would make Florida the second state east of the Mississippi River with a posted maximum speed of 75 mph. The other eastern state is Maine. West of the Mississippi River, 16 states have posted maximum speeds of 75 mph or greater, with Texas having the highest speed limits in the nation at 85 mph. The AAA opposed the proposal. City Comm. Cont. From Page 1parking his truck where he is currently parking. Were trying to enforce regulations with a little common sense and compassions, so we will still go out and speak with the resident there and see what they can do about parking it somewhere else. A man brought up his concerns about drugs being sold in Madison. He said that he has been talking with the Police Chief for several years. He wanted the City to respond in writing about why there is nothing being done about the drug problem. City Manager Tim Bennett addressed the man by stating that they had already answered his concerns through email but would resend the response to him. A woman is concerned with paving her road Flag Street. According to Bennett, he is working on three road projects. One project on Valentine Street to x the potholes, one on Flag Street to mill the road to x the erosion problem and one on College Loop to repave the road. Bennett is currently working on demolishing ve houses under a nuisance ordinance. A house on Dade Street will be taken down. I just wanted to use this forum to give compliments to the cleanup crew after Down Home Days, said an attendant of the meeting. Its done quickly and efciently and this is not the only time that this has happened. Bennett took note of the meeting attendants concerns about road conditions that could not be answered at the meeting so he could address them when he had answers. District 3 Commissioner Jim Catron is planning to host a community meeting in May.

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Submitted by Madison County Genealogy Society The Madison County Genealogy Society was honored recently with a request from Greene Publishing, Inc. to submit a bi-weekly sketch of a Madison County Pioneer. Many of the residents of Madison County have deep family roots here; and the rest of us may be interested in learning about the earliest settlers who struck out into an unknown territory to forge a new life for themselves and their descendants. Genealogy Society members will submit sketches of their pioneer ancestors; biographies will be taken from the Genealogy Society Newsletter; and excerpts from the Madison County, Florida Family History Book will also be used. But the best information, we know, is in your familys history. We would be honored, again, if you, the reader, would let us share your Madison County Pioneer story. You could write it, and send it by mail to Madison County Genealogy Society, P. O. Box 136, Madison, Fl. 32341-0136. An emailed story could be sent to mcgenealogysociety@live.com. Or, if you would like for us to write your story, we would love to interview you and collect your information. Send us an e-mail or a note through regular mail with your phone number, and we will gladly contact you. Submitted sketches could include the following: 1. The name of your earliest pioneer ancestor and when he arrived in Madison County. 2. Where he came from. 3. Which part of the county he settled in. 4. What brought him to Madison County and what he did for a living. 5. Interesting family stories that have been passed down. 6. How you descend from that pioneer. When was Madison County Created? In 1821, Florida became a Territory, purchased by the United States government from Spain for $5,000,000. In 1827, Madison County was created, from Jefferson County, and was one of only 15 states in Florida. At this time, Madison County included present-day Lafayette, Taylor and Dixie counties. In 1845, Florida became a state. And in 1856 Lafayette and Taylor were created as separate counties out of Madison County. When did Pioneers move into Madison? The rst census available for Madison was in 1830. At that time, there were 44 free white families here; 263 slaves were in the county. By 1840, 243 families were living in the county. In 1850, 500 families were here. A large number of these family members were born in South Carolina. What did the Pioneers see when they moved to Madison? Beth Sims, in The History of Madison County Florida reports that in 1821, There was a settlement at Pensacola, a larger, more sophisticated town at St. Augustine, a small village at St. Marks. In between was a virtual jungle, occupied by wandering Indians, smugglers, runaway slaves, cattle thieves and a few respectable cattle herders and settlers. Please let us hear about your brave, hardy ancestors who came to Madison County in the 1800s. And please join us in the Madison County Genealogical Society as we try to preserve their histories. Society meetings are from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month at the Madison Public Library. Annual dues are $25.Around Madison County4 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Jail ReportInformation in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc., by the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identied in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001. ObituariesCommunity CalenderMay 2Reapers of the Harvest church will be holding a revival, Friday, May 2 Sunday, May 4. Reverend Harold Peterson will be preaching Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 11 a.m. The church is located two miles west from Greenville on Hwy. 90. For more information, contact Reverend Samuel Bass at (850) 948-6751. Everyone is welcome, come and be blessed.May 3A Preparedness Workshop on preparing for a disaster or economic hard times is being offered at the Fellowship Hall at New Testament Christian Center on Hwy. 90 East, Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Bring a bag lunch, but childcare will be provided. A love offering will be received for the speakers. For more information call Cindi Perron at (850) 4642514.May 10The Suwannee Valley Humane Society will be hosting their annual Spring Fling as well as celebrating their 30thAnniversary, Saturday, May 10, from 10 a.m.1 p.m. Come out and meet the residents and buy plants, clothes and household items at the Thrift Store. Enjoy refreshments and baked goods that are all reasonably priced and take advantage of the free adoption day for large dogs and adult cats over one year old. For more information or to donate items, email suwanneevalley@embarqmail.com.May 15The Branford Camera Club will be holding their 3rdAnnual Spring Photo Critique with Master Photographer, Chuck Neubauer, judging this years critique. Participation is open to the public. Novice through professional photographers is welcomed. For more information or to receive a copy of the event guidelines, call Program Chair Carolyn Hogue at (386) 935-2044.May 17Former NFL football player and Madison resident, Jesse Solomon, will be hosting the Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp, Saturday, May 17, at Madison Lanier Field. The event is open to children 4ththru 10thgrades. Registration starts at 11 a.m., with camp starting at noon and lasting until 4 p.m. Parents can also register their child online at www.usafootball.com /fun, click on Clinics, and then select Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp.May 19The 4thannual B.F. Killingsworth Gator Golf Classic will be held Monday, May 19 at the Madison County Country Club, located at 445 SW Country Club Rd. Spots are still available with tee times at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards the Madison County Gator Club Scholarship fund. For more information contact Stefanie Thomas at (850) 4641177. April 24 Reuben Lee Graham Jr. Failure to appear/Arraignment. Von Feridawn Powell Criminal registration. Abel Alejandro Loor Possession of drug equipment and possession of liquor. Michael William Pascale Marijuana possession less than 20 grams and possession of drug equipment. Michael Antoine Hill Controlled substance-possess/sell, introducing contraband into County Jail, driving while license suspended or revoked, attached tag not assigned to vehicle and petty/grand theft from vehicle. Camoins Telusnor Driving while license suspended with knowledge. Betty Jean Blackshear Failure to appear. Bernard Powell Driving while license suspended or revoked. Mark Anthony Garza No valid drivers license. Brittani TyIana Gillyard Violation of parole. April 25 Gene Austin McClamma Serving weekends. Kelvin Lanorris May Jr. Possession of stolen property. Flammer Williams Out of county warrant/Violation of parole in Leon County. April 26 Joseph Jermaine Reddick Trespass property other than structure, resisting without violence, violation of parole, simple battery and corruption by threat on public ofcial. Robin Marie Logan Concealed rearm and possession of stolen property (rearm). Jermaine Lamar Monlyn Failure to appear. April 27 Jeremiah Jamel Gillyard Violation of parole (circuit). April 28 Jason Tanner Law Criminal registration. Julie Diane Drummond Possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. April 29 Jason Aaron Brennan Criminal registration. Jerel Termaine McQuay Criminal registration. Oscar Nerease Jones Driving while license suspended or revoked / habitual. Brenda Pollard Roberts Driving with expired driving license for more than four months. Shandra Devone Keller Violation of parole. Austin Lee Keller Violation of parole. W a y B a c k W h e n April 29, 1949 The First Baptist Church of Madison offers a cordial invitation to everyone to attend the revival services during the week of May 1 through the 8. During this time Rev. C. W. Milford will be in charge of the services with Brother R. A. Marston leading the song service. Miss Martha Cave and Tommy Beggs have been elected May Queen and King in the balloting at the high school. Sixth grade Queen and King are Nencie Bevan and Billy Paschal. They will be crowned the May Fete, May 6th. Mrs. J. Vickers returned Sunday after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Holloway of Macon, Ga. While away, Mrs. Vickers and Mrs. Holloway attended New York Grand Opera in Atlanta. Members of the Boy Scout Troop are making preparations to attend a Camporee in Thomasville Friday night and Saturday when boys from all districts in Suwannee River Council will gather for the occasion. About five hundred are expected to attend. May 5, 1950 Mrs. E E Hadden and Mrs. R L Simpson will present their pupils in piano recitals Monday and Tuesday nights, May 8 and 9, at 8 oclock at the high school auditorium. Prof. J. Donald DeLong will give an organ recital at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday May 14th, at 4:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited. The Madison High School Band gave a delightful concert Sunday afternoon on C S Blalock Corner at Range and Base streets. Madison turned out en masse to enjoy the rendition. Rev J M Rasnake of Ellisville, Miss., filled the pulpit at the Hamburg Universalist Church, Sunday, preaching to large congregations which began to spread the bountiful picnic dinner served at the church. May 4, 1951 An unusual accident occurred about four miles west of Madison on Highway 90, Sunday morning when a large dual wheel ran off a lumber truck, and coasting down a hill, crashed with a Plymouth automobile, driven by William Peter Bishie, age 58, of Jacksonville, going west. Due to the splendid cooperation of both races, including numerous organizations, groups and individuals, Madison County has collected $908.39 in the campaign against cancer. The quota was $602.50. Cancer Headquarters wishes to thank every person who helped to achieve this splendid record. A telephone call from Congressman Bennetts office in Washington at noon this Thursday advises that the Nation Production Authority has approved construction of the big paper mill near Clyattville. Madison defeated Nashville in a free-hitting baseball game Sunday 15 to 12. Jim Swindle knocked a home run, with one on, in the fourth inning for the losers.Martha Carolyn TaylorMrs. Martha Carolyn Taylor, 66, of Quitman passed away Monday, April 28, at her daughter's residence. Mrs. Taylor was born November 8, 1947 to the late Bryce and Mable Hunter Clemens. She was a member of the First Baptist Church and was a retailer in antiques. Survivors include her husband, Jerry Taylor of Quitman; four children: Kristi (Jason) Hylton of Quitman, Jodi (Johnny) Johnson of Quitman, Brandon (Darlene) Bateman of Adairsville, Ga., and Amy (Carlton) Hart of Quitman; grandchildren: Will and Sydni Hall, Jaden and Luke Hylton, Dusty Smith, Casey and Elizabeth Johnson, Kelli Kimbrell, Amy Kimbrell, Tiffany Kimbrell, Jacob and Abby Bateman, Taylor Hart, Alden Hart, and Bryce Hart; one brother: Frank Clemons of Louisville, Tenn.; cousin, Mary Ann Pezzullo of Alphrattea, Ga. Mrs. Taylor was preceded in death by her brother, Robert Hatton. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 1, at 2 p.m., at First Baptist Church with Rev. Chris Hilliard, and Rev. Randy Blow officiating. Interment followed at Oak Hill Cemetery with Carlton Hart officiating. Condolences may be expressed to the family online atwww.maxwellmillerfuneralhome.com.Maxwell-Miller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Frederick L. DeRoccoFrederick L. DeRocco, 72, of Jasper, passed away Thursday, April 24, at Madison County Memorial Hospital in Madison. Mr. DeRocco was born in Ilion, New York on March 29, 1942 to the late Alfonso and Gertrude Potter DeRocco. He was a machinist and mechanic. As a young man he served his country in the United States Army. In 1989 he moved his family to Jasper, Fl. from Immokalee, Fl. He worked with wood and could build anything. He shared this talent with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. In sharing amongst family members it was said that even though he was a double amputee Grandpa stood 10 feet tall. He made a lot of choices in his life but the greatest choice he made was accepting the Lord Jesus as his Savior. Mr. DeRocco loved his family and loved spending time with them. He will be missed. Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Daisy DeRocco; three sons: Laddie DeRocco (Robin), Adam DeRocco (Susan) and Frederick DeRocco, Jr. (Bethany); four daughters: Ranie DeRocco, Sheila Young (Brian), Kathy Carlisle and Laurie Padgett; one brother: Sammy and two sisters: Mary Ann and Carol; 17 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. He had three great grandchildren on the way. Per his wishes, Mr. DeRocco was cremated. Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.PIONEERS OF MADISON COUNTY

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The Madison County Sheriffs Ofce will be facilitating its next Concealed Carry Weapons class on Saturday, May 3. The National Rie Association (N.R.A.) First Steps Pistol course is the foundation for the sheriffs ofce eight hour concealed carry class. In addition, information is provided to ensure that each student is aware of what they can expect to take place before, during and after violent confrontations and how they, as individuals, can best prepare for these dynamics. They emphasize to their students how important it is to value life and to employ less lethal options when the circumstances permit, but we want our students to be condently prepared. The Florida standards for legally carrying a concealed rearm may not be sufcient to prepare for violent confrontations. Their goal is to fully prepare law abiding citizens for the complex dynamics of violent confrontations while helping to preserve each of our 2ndAmendment rights. This class far exceeds the requirements to apply for the State of Florida Concealed Carry Weapons Permit for residents and non-residents. The Florida Concealed Carry Weapons permit is honored in 36 states. These classes are taught by N.R.A. multi-discipline law enforcement rearms instructors who have military, S.W.A.T. and violent confrontation experience. The cost for this course is $65. The cost goes down for additional people in a group. A large portion of these course fees will support youth adventure camps sponsored by the sheriffs ofce as well as other free courses for the community. If you would like to register for this class, or if you have any questions, please contact Captain Mark W. Joost at (850) 519-0947.Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Deadline For Entry Is May 7thBy 4:00 PM Use the Madison County Carrierto wish your mother Happy Mothers Day!Mothers DayDont Miss This CHANCE!The Mothers Day Edition Will Run May 9th Sign Up NOW AE Only$25 Actual Ad Size Name:____________________________ Message:_________________________ _________________________________ From:____________________________ _________________________________ Greene Publishing PO Drawer 772 (850) 973-4141 Concealed Carry Weapons Class To Be Held This Weekend F l o r i d a B i c y c l e S a f a r i S t o p s A t F o u r F r e e d o m s P a r k By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The 34th Florida Bicycle Safari sponsored by the Florida Freewheelers came to Madison on Tuesday, April 29. A station of snacks and drinks was set up for the riders at the Four Freedoms Park. The Safari offers two ride options, a three-day and a sixday ride. The six-day ride is limited to 250 riders. The first two days riders were based at the Suwannee County Fairgrounds in Live Oak and different routes were offered each day. On Monday, April 28, as the three-day cyclists looped back to Live Oak, the riders on the six-day trip headed north past Madison. The Florida Bicycle Safari camped at the Cherry Lake campground for three nights. A different route was featured each day. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Alan Richards from Arlington, Tenn. came to participate in the Florida Bicycle Safari by word of mouth and thinks the trip is grand.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Susan and Stuart Beal from Winter Park, Fl., participated in the Florida Bicycle Safari ride for the second time. The rides in Madison are Susans favorite part. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Noelle Daniel from Redington Shores, Fl. and Ed Ruark from Tampa are enjoying their rst trip. They really enjoy that they have a home base to come to each night and not having to worry about their luggage. Golf Tournament Fundraiser A HitBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Agolf tournament was hosted by the Madison Golf and Country Club and partnered with Timberland Ford and Team Lundy on Tuesday, April 29. The proceeds from this event will go to help Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting. The tournament had tee times at 8 a.m. and at 1 p.m. At the 8 a.m. tee time, there were 54 people who came to participate. Due to the rain that was received, some teams were unable to compete at the 1 p.m. tee time, however, 40 people participated in the tournament. To show their support, Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart, Taylor County Sheriff L.E. Bummy Williams, Dixie County Sheriff Dewey Hatcher, Sr. and Lafayette County Sheriff Brian Lamb attended the golf tournament. We appreciate all the thought and prayers, said Debra Cook, wife of Mike Cook. The community has been excellent, said Mike Cook. Cook also wanted to thank his surgeon Dr. Miles Nelson in Perry. I am doing a lot better, said Deputy Robert Lundy. Just taking it day by day. It meant a lot to Lundy to see everyone who showed for the golf tournament. I want to thank everyone for coming out today to show support from the bottom of my heart, said Lundy. According to Chief Deputy Epp Richardson, The golf tournament raised $6,000 for Deputy Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Debra and Mike Cook pose for a picture after expressing their gratitude to all of the support that they have received from the community. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Deputy Robert Lundy poses for a picture after enjoying the lunch at the golf tournament. Fill out the form below and send it in to:Greene Publishing, Inc.P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341With money order or check payment made out to Greene Publishing, Inc. in the amount for the In or Out-of-County rate $35 In County $45 Out-of-County Name:_________________________________ Address:________________________________ _______________________________________ City:___________________________________ State:_______________ Zip:_______________ Phone:___________________________________

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Story SubmittedTri-County Family Health Care in Greenville is now providing counseling services with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Stan Mitchell. Mitchell received his Masters in Social Work from Florida State University and has been practicing since 1996. Mitchell also has a Masters in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, focusing on Christian social ministry and counseling. As a LCSW, Mitchell provides individual, marital, premarital and family counseling. He specializes in helping patients with depression, anxiety, grief, providing anger management, stress management and life adjustment issues. Those interested in scheduling an appointment should call (850)l 948-3410. A physicians referral is not required. While many Americans have become more open to counseling and mental health services, the stigma attached to counseling continues. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that one in ve adults has the need for counseling in a given year. The stigma prevents people from knowing where to turn for services. Our goal is to provide better access to services said Mitchell. This new service is part of our commitment to meet the needs of our patients when they may not be able to nd them readily available in their communities. We are here to help. Tri-County Family Health Care is part of the North Florida Medical Centers family and committed to providing comprehensive primary health care services to the community. TriCounty Family Health Care accepts most insurance and offers a sliding scale discount program for eligible patients; eligibility criteria are available at the center. The center provides highly efcient and costeffective medical and mental health care for the entire family, which reduces or eliminates the need for costly care in the emergency room or avoidable hospital stays. To schedule an appointment at Tri-County Family Health Care, please call (850) 9482840.Story SubmittedMadison County resident and local business owner, Brian Annett, has recently been elected to chair the United Motorcoach Association (UMA). UMA represents motorcoach and bus companies across the country and is headquartered in Alexandria, Va. Mr. Annett, President of Annett Bus Lines has served on the 25 member UMA board for six years, serving time as Treasurer, Vice Chair and now Chairman of the Board. The work of the association is to create awareness in Washington DC and on individual state levels about the efciencies of bus travel. Most UMA members are small business owners who are the backbone of the American economy. Our role as an association is to help government understand the possibilities our industry brings to the table in terms of sustainable, efcient, and most of all, safe transportation to the traveling public, says Annett. UMA and the entire motorcoach industry is fortunate to have Brian Annett as its chair. Brian brings a progressive perspective to his leadership role, one based on businessbuilding metrics. And having grown up in this business, he also has a keen understanding and appreciation for the values and principles upon which UMA was founded; ensuring that the motorcoach industry remains free of the shackles of economic regulation, while promoting safety measures backed by sound science, said UMA President and CEO, Victor S. Parra. About Annett Bus Lines: Annett Bus Lines is a family owned and operated charter bus company. Currently owned and operated by Brian and Christi Annett and David and Tamra Annett. The brother/wife teams are growing the family business with operations in Sebring, Jacksonville, Lee and Ocala, Fl. To nd out more about the services provided by Annett Bus Lines go towww.annettbuslines.com.About the United Motorcoach Association: The UMA is North America's largest association for operators of motorcoach companies providing charter, tour and regular route services. Founded in 1971, UMA is comprised of over 900 professional bus and motorcoach companies who provide transportation services in all 50 states, Canada and Mexico, and more than 250 supplier, manufacturer and travel partner members. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., UMA is dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the entire motorcoach industry and providing its members with programs and services to enhance the success of their operations. UMAs Bus & Motorcoach Academy, UMA Motorcoach EXPO at Travel Exchange, Bus & Motorcoach NEWS and BusRates.com are valuable industry resources. More information can be obtained by visiting www.uma.org.Around Madison County6 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 btnfntr btnfr t btnnfrfnt No Photocopies Accepted Tickets are good for Saturday, May 10thonly Deadline To Enter May 6, 2014Name____________________________ Address__________________________ __________________________ Phone Number____________________ Fill out and return to Greene Publishing at P.O. Drawer 772 or 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32341 Annett Assumes UMA Chair Position Photo SubmittedThe Annett family pose for a quick picture. Sitting are the Annett children, Abbi (left) and Drew (right). Brian and his wife, Christi, stand. Farm Credit Of Northwest Florida Promotes John Mottice To Chief Financial OfficerFarm Credit of Northwest Florida has promoted John Mottice to Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Mottice joined the Association in 2011 and established and managed the Capital Markets Division. In his new role, Mr. Mottice will oversee the economic strategy and forecasting for the association as well as managing the accounting department. Mr. Mottice brings over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, budgeting, financial reporting and shareholder reporting. John will be able to use his analytical and managerial qualifications to help our organization meet our strategic objectives, said President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Bitner. Mr. Mottice resides in Tallahassee with his wife, Gwen. They have two sons, John and David. In his spare time, Mr. Mottice enjoys playing tennis, cycling and spending time with family and friends. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is a locally owned and controlled agriculture financial cooperative, headquartered in Marianna, Florida and owned by its member borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock, production and rural home mortgages. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is part of the National Farm Credit system established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America. For more information, visit www.farmcreditfl.com. Tri-County Family Health Care Announces New Counseling Services Photo SubmittedStan Mitchell

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The weekend of March 21 through the 23, the American Patriot Outfitters (APO), a local veterans service organization that offers outdoor adventures for those that served, hosted its first official annual spring turkey hunt for veterans. American Patriot Outfitters was founded in 2013 by retired USMC Gunnery Sergeant Brent Whitman as a way of supporting and helping our veterans of the United States Armed Forces through camaraderie and a shared love of adventures of the great outdoors. This year, Madison County was proud to host four veterans that are also native Floridians for the annual Spring Turkey Fling weekend US Army Retired Lt. Col and current Executive Director of the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs Michael Prendergast of Beverly Hills, Fl., US Army Retired Sgt. First Class Thomas North of Live Oak, US Army Sgt. First Class Caleb Baugh, currently stationed at Ft, Rucker, Ala. and US Army Sgt. Dominic Mascolo, currently stationed at Ft. Rucker, Ala. After arriving, the evening of March 21 at the APOs hunting headquarters FOB Gunny in Madison County, the Vets began settling in and spending time getting acquainted. Later that evening the Vets were treated to an outstanding BBQ dinner and a meet n greet with guests, volunteers and guides. Afterwards, the vets hit the rack in anticipation of two great days of turkey hunting. As the sun rose March 22, the veterans were treated to a symphony of spring sounds, including sandhill cranes, ducks, geese and of course, turkeys. Caleb and Dominic, with guides Kit and Frankie Storey, had numerous hens and toms work the areas they were hunting, with Caleb scoring a Jake as the morning ended. Thomas, with guide David Floyd, hunted hard and saw several birds but all stayed out of gun range. Mike and his guide hunted hard, but were disappointed in the signs and number of birds seen. After lunch and rest, all four vets headed out again in the afternoon to new locations. All continued seeing hens and toms, but they remained just out of gun range as the afternoon faded away. Sunday morning arrived with the anticipation of having a great hunt. By 6:30 a.m., all had heard birds and by 7:15 a.m., there were hens preening and toms strutting, but as luck would have it, just out of gun range. As the veterans returned home Sunday, March 23, another chapter for the APOs Spring Turkey Fling weekend came to a close. Great memories and friends were made. More importantly, the camaraderie and experiences shared hopefully helped fill a missing void. This event would not have been possible without the help of several businesses and individuals from the Madison and north Florida area. A special thanks goes out to Madison Engineering and Anheuser Busch for providing funding and outstanding accommodations and meals. Hunting access to properties was provided by Running M Ranch and Floyd Farms of Cherry Lake and Greene Publishing. Special thanks and recognition goes out to all of our veterans who have given so much to protect the freedoms we enjoy. Stay tuned for 2015 as "APO Spring Turkey Fling" will return bigger and better.Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 7 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 OUR REPUTATION AND OUR BUSINESS HAS BEEN BUILT ON FRESH QUALITY MEAT YOU DESERVE ITYOULL GET IT!!!WHEN YOU WANT REAL HOPE AND CHANGE WITH A PEACE THAT SURPASSES ALL UNDERSTANDING GIVE YOUR LIFE AND BURDENS TO JESUS CHRIST OUR SAVIOR. IGAWORKING HARD TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS BETTER!!!1405 N. Lee Street 245-8300 Mon. Sat. 8:00 8:00 Sun. 8:00 5:00 WE ACCEPT WIC, EBT, ATM CARDSPrices Good April 30-may 6, 2014 Only!WE SELL AT COST PLUS 10 % 365 DAYS A YEAR ALL SHELF PRICES ARE OUR COST WITH ALL DEALS GIVEN TO YOU AT CHECKOUT, JUST 10% IS ADDED TO COVER OUR OPERATING EXPENSES. SHOP WITH US FOR THE BEST PRICES ON THE FRESHEST MEAT IN VALDOSTA EVERY DAY! 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Guests, volunteers, guides and four military veterans were also treated to an outstanding BBQ dinner and a meet n greet. Pictured back row, left to right: Jamie Taylor, Tim Owens, Brian Daniel, Thomas North, David Floyd, Brent Whitman, Michael Prendergast and John Thomas. Front row, left to right: Caleb Baugh and Dominic Mascola.

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By Fran Hunt Greene Publishing, Inc.The softball and baseball teams at Aucilla Christian Academy honored their seniors during senior Night, prior to the games on April 17. Each team paid tribute to two seniors. On the softball team, one of the two seniors was Whitney Stevens, the daughter of Johnny and Tammy Stevens of Madison. She has played softball at ACA for two years. Her favorite softball memory from last season was when the team poured a cooler full of ice water on Coach Becky (Lauth) after winning the championship game. She admits, Yes, it was totally my idea! While last seasons memory brought great laughter, Whitneys favorite memory for this season would be the ten-inning game victory against Mayo. It will never be forgotten. Her plans after graduation are to attend Easter Florida State College in Palm Bay on a full softball scholarship. Afterwards, she plans to transfer to a university to pursue a health care degree in occupational therapy. She thanked her daddy and her mama for their love, support, being her biggest fans in the stands, helping her dream of playing college softball become a reality and for making her the person she is today. She also thanked Coach Tommy Santiago for encouraging her to believe in her athletic ability and pursuing her dream to play college softball. In addition, she thanked all of the ACA coaches for their love and dedication to the game and for helping her to have a great time during the past two seasons, and especially Coach Jarrod Lauth, who told the girls, "Im not just here to give you lessons about softball, I am here to give you lessons about life. He specially thanked Jerry and Anita Horne for all they have done for the softball team since Whitney has attended Aucilla. Lastly, and not least, Whitney thanked all of the softball girls for giving her an amazing season of hard work, laughter and great memories. Whitney has played varsity softball in ninth through twelfth grade. She is varsity lettered in volleyball, cross-country, basketball and cheerleading. She has received awards as the Most Valuable Player, Athlete of the Month by Game Speed, Most Coachable Player and Pitcher of the Year. She has played in national softball tournaments in Las Vegas, NV, Utah and Virginia. She was nominated for the 2014 Florida High School Athletic Association Academic All-State Team and the 2014 Florida Athletic Coaches Association AllStar Game. She plays travel ball with the North Florida Pride Gold. She has a 3.9 GPA and serves as Beta Club Treasurer and is on the Leadership Team for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In addition to school activities, she is a junior volunteer at the Madison County Memorial Hospital. Whitney received a trophy with a silver glove holding a ball, and her mother received a beautiful bouquet of owers. Sports8 Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 MCHS Weightlifting Team Went To StateBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Two Madison County High School weightlifting team members went to the State Championship in Kissimmee on Friday, April 25. Zack Sprenkle placed 4thin the Unlimited Weight Class. His total was 715 pounds with a bench of 410 and a clean and jerk of 305. Sprenkle only made two of his three bench presses due to a sprained pectoral muscle. This is an injury that he has been dealing with for awhile. Coach Ben White and Sprenkle decided that a third bench press could cause the muscle to tear. Andrew Strom nished 15thin the 139Pound Weight Class. His total was 420 pounds with a bench of 210 and a clean and jerk of 210. The Madison County High School weightlifting team is tied for 11thplace in the state. Coach White is optimistic about next years season. Everyone on the team this year will be coming back and others are already interested in joining. Lady Warriors Stomp Dance On Cedar CreekBy Fran Hunt Greene Publishing, Inc.The Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors went into the regional Quarter-Finals against Cedar Creek Christian on April 23. The Lady Warriors stomp danced on Cedar Creek to waltz out with a 26-1 victory after just three innings of play. The game was called due to the 15run mercy rule. Aucilla scored 13 runs in the first inning and 13 in the second inning. Cedar Creek brought one run across the plate during the second inning, was unable to score in the third inning and the game was called, leaving Aucilla without batting during the third inning. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 34 plate appearances, 18 at bats, 11 hits, 10 singles, one triple, 21 RBIs, 26 runs, 12 walks and one strikeout. Whitney Stevens had four plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single, three RBIs, two runs and one walk. Ashlyn Rogers had two plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, one single, one triple, four RBIs and one run. Emma Witmer had one plate appearance, one RBI, one run and one walk. Natalie Sorensen had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. Ramsey Sullivan had two plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run and one strikeout. Megan Schofill had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. Kelly Horne had four plate appearances, one a bat, one hit, one single, three RBIs, three runs and one walk. Courtney Watts had two plate appearances, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, two runs and one walk. Abigail Morgan had four plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, two singles, three RBIs, two runs and two walks. Elizabeth Hightower had four plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single, three RBIs, four runs and one walk. Taylor Copeland had three plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single and two runs. Carly Joiner had two plate appearances, one at bat, one hit, one single, two runs and one walk. Gaige Winchester had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 10 total chances, one assist, nine putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had nine total chances, one assist, eight putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Morgan had one total chance, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. On the mound, Stevens pitched one inning, striking out three batters. She was named the winning pitcher in the no-hitter. Morgan pitched one inning, giving up two walks, one run, which was earned and striking out three batters. Hightower pitched one inning, striking out three batters. The Lady Warriors were slated to take on rivals Munroe in the Regional Semi-Finals on Tuesday, April 29 at 4 p.m., at home. Those statistics will be forthcoming. ACA CELEBRATES SENIOR NIGHTPhoto SubmittedWhitney Stevens was escorted by her parents, Johnny and Tammy Stevens of Madison.

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By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.After wrapping up 17 games on the regular season, and emerging with a 14-3 record, the Aucilla Christian Academy varsity Lady Warriors have mounted some very impressive softball statistics. As a team, at the plate, Aucilla played 17 games, had 553 plate appearances, 456 at bats, 159 hits, 110 singles, 33 doubles, eight triples, seven homeruns, 118 RBIs, nine hit by pitches, 43 reach on errors, 14 fielders choice 84 walks, 66 strikeouts, a batting average of .346, an on base percentage of .454 and a slugging average of .500. Abigail Morgan played in 17 games, with 62 plate appearances, 41 at bats, 10 hits, six singles, two doubles, one triple, one homerun, 14 RBIs, 18 runs, three reach on errors, 19 walks, eight strikeouts, a batting average of .244, an on base percentage of .468 and a slugging average of .415. Ashlyn Rogers played in one game, with three plate appearances, three at bats, two hits, two singles, one RBI, one run, a batting average of .667, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .667. Carly Joiner played in 16 games, with 59 plate appearances, 54 at bats, 17 hits, 15 singles, two doubles, six RBIs, 24 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, four fielders choice, four walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .315, an on base percentage of .373 and a slugging average of .352. Courtney Watts played in 12 games, with 29 plate appearances, 21 at bats, five hits, four singles, one double, seven runs, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, two fielders choice, six walks, six strikeouts, batting average of .238, an on base percentage of .448 and a slugging average of .286. Elizabeth Hightower played in 15 games, with 58 plate appearances, 55 at bats, 19 hits, nine singles, three doubles, three triples, four homeruns, 24 RBIs, 15 runs, seven reach on error, one fielders choice, three walks, five strikeouts, a batting average of .345, an on base percentage of .379 and a slugging average of .727. Emma Witmer played in 14 games, with 34 plate appearances, two at bats, 10 hits, five singles, three doubles, two triples, 12 RBIs, eight runs, two hit by pitches, three reach on errors, three walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of 345, an on base percentage of .441 and a slugging average of .586. Gaige Winchester played in seven games, with 12 plate appearances, 10 at bats, six hits, six singles, four RBIs, six runs, one hit by pitch, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .600, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .600. Kelly Horne played in 16 games, with 61 plate appearances, 47 at bats, 25 hits, 13 singles, 10 doubles, one triple, one homerun, 18 RBIs, 24 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, 13 walks, three strikeouts, a batting average of .532, an on base percentage of .639 and a slugging average of .851. Megan Schofill played in two games, with four plate appearances, two at bats, four runs, one reach on error, two walks, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .500 and a slugging average of .000. Monique Restrepo played in three games, with six plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two runs, four walks, one strikeout, a batting average of .500, an on base percentage of .833 and a slugging average of .500. Natalie Sorensen played in 17 games, with 49 plate appearances, 39 at bats, 13 hits, nine singles, three doubles, one homerun, 12 RBIs, 13 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, eight walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .333, an on base percentage of .449 and a slugging average of .487. Payal Chaudhari played in four games, with five plate appearances, four at bats, one run, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .200 and a slugging average of .000. Ramsey Sullivan played in 17 games, with 67 plate appearances, 61 at bats, 25 hits, 22 singles, three doubles, nine RBIs, 20 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, three fielders choice, five walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .400, an on base percentage of .463 and a slugging average of .459. Stormie Roberts played in one game, with one plate appearance, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run, a batting average of 1.000 an on base percentage of 1.000 and a slugging average of 1.000. Taylor Copeland played in 16 games, with 54 plate appearances, 45 at bats, 10 hits, seven singles, two doubles, one triple, nine RBIs, 12 runs, four reach on errors, one fielders choice, eight walks, 10 strikeouts, a batting average of .222, an on base percentage of .333 and a slugging average of .311. Whitney Stevens played in 15 games, with 49 plate appearances, 42 at bats, 14 hits, 10 singles, four doubles, seven RBIs, 14 runs, four reach on errors, three fielders choice, seven walks, nine strikeouts, a batting average of .333, an on base percentage of .429 and a slugging average of .429. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 383 total chances, 88 assists, 286 putouts, 18 errors, one double play and a fielding percentage of .952. Morgan had 69 total chances, five assists, 64 putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Rogers had one total chance, one assist and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had 31 total chances, 17 assists, nine putouts, five errors and a fielding percentage of .839. Watts had 11 total chances, one assist, seven putouts, three errors and a fielding percentage of .727. Hightower had 50 total chances, 24 assists, 25 putouts, one error, one double play and a fielding percentage of .980. Witmer had 23 total chances, 23 putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Winchester had five total chances, four assists, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had 55 total chances, five assists, 48 putouts, two errors and a fielding percentage of .964. Schofill had one total chance, one error and a fielding percentage of .000. Sorensen had 13 total chances, four assists, eight putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .923. Sullivan had 101 total chances, 17 assists, 82 putouts, two errors, one double play and a fielding percentage of .980. Copeland had 16 total chances, one assist, 14 putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .938. Stevens had 17 total chances, nine assists, five putouts, three errors and a fielding percentage of .824. On the mound, Morgan played on the mound during seven games, pitched 22.0 innings, has a 4-1 record, gave up 18 hits, 13 runs, four of which were earned, 11 walks, 33 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.273. Hightower played on the mound during nine games, pitching 38.0 innings, has a 5-1 record, gave up 20 hits, eight runs, five of which were earned, 18 walks, 49 strikeouts and an earned run average of .921. Stevens played on the mound during seven games, pitched 35.0 innings, has a 5-1 record, gave up 26 hits, 18 runs, seven of which were earned, seven walks, 47 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.179.SportsMadison Enterprise-Recorder 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of May 2 May 8, 2014 Friday May 2 *3:30 AM 9:40 AM *3:55 PM 10:10 PM Saturday May 3 *3:30 AM 10:30 AM *4:50 PM 11:10 PM Sunday May 4 *5:20 AM 11:25 AM *5:40 PM 11:55 PM Monday May 5 *6:10 AM 12:20 AM *6:30 PM Tuesday May 6 12:45 AM *6:55 PM 1:10 PM *7:20 PM Wednesday May 7 1:30 AM *7:45 AM 1:55 PM *8:10 PM Thursday May 8 2:25 AM *8:25 AM 2:35 PM *8:55 PM Owning a home outright is a dream that many Americans share. Having a mortgage can be a huge burden, and paying it off may be the first item on your financial todo list. But competing with the desire to own your home free and clear is your need to invest for retirement, your childs college education, or some other goal. Putting extra cash toward one of these goals may mean sacrificing another. So how do you choose? Evaluating the opportunity cost Deciding between prepaying your mortgage and investing your extra cash isnt easy, because each option has advantages and disadvantages. But you can start by weighing what youll gain financially by choosing one option against what youll give up. In economic terms, this is known as evaluating the opportunity cost. Heres an example. Lets assume that you have a $300,000 balance and 20 years remaining on your 30-year mortgage, and youre paying 6.25% interest. If you were to put an extra $400 toward your mortgage each month, you would save approximately $62,000 in interest, and pay off your loan almost 6 years early. By making extra payments and saving all of that interest, youll clearly be gaining a lot of financial ground. But before you opt to prepay your mortgage, you still have to consider what you might be giving up by doing so--the opportunity to potentially profit even more from investing. To determine if you would come out ahead if you invested your extra cash, start by looking at the after-tax rate of return you can expect from prepaying your mortgage. This is generally less than the interest rate youre paying on your mortgage, once you take into account any tax deduction you receive for mortgage interest. Once youve calculated that figure, compare it to the after-tax return you could receive by investing your extra cash. For example, the after-tax cost of a 6.25% mortgage would be approximately 4.5% if you were in the 28% tax bracket and were able to deduct mortgage interest on your federal income tax return (the aftertax cost might be even lower if you were also able to deduct mortgage interest on your state income tax return). Could you receive a higher after-tax rate of return if you invested your money instead of prepaying your mortgage? Keep in mind that the rate of return youll receive is directly related to the investments you choose. Investments with the potential for higher returns may expose you to more risk, so take this into account when making your decision. Stacy Bush, President Bush Wealth Management The Bush Wealth Advantage Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage or Invest? Our column, The Bush Wealth Advantage is our way of giving back to the community with all sorts of insights, relevant news, and practical wealth planning strategies. Stacy Bush has practiced independent financial advising in the Valdosta area for 14 years. Growing up on a farm in Donalsonville, Georgia, he is keen to the financial needs of South Georgia and North Florida families. Stacy and his wife, Carla, live in Valdosta with their four children. You can submit questions about this article to askstacybush@lpl.com Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC. The opinion voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provid e specific advice or recommendations for any individual. 866059 Lady Warriors Season Statistics

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CYAN MAYELLOW BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Odd Eve U U new new Odd EveU U new new www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com and at www.oridapublicnotices.com L e g a l s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2013-272-CA MICHAEL J. GRIFFIN LOIS J. GRIFFIN 268 Griffin Pond lane Nashville, GA 31639 Plaintiffs, vs. FORECLOSURE AND OTHER RELIEF JAMES L. LINDSEY CHARLES R, LINDSEY 8881 Rosehill Dr. South Jacksonville, FL 32221; unknown tenants; and other unknown parties in possession, including the unknown spouse of any person in possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased, the surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under or against that Defendant, and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the named or described Defendants, Defendants. _______________________________/ NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1), FLORIDA STATUTES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered on April 22, 2014, in the above styled action I, TIM SANDERS, Clerk of the Court, will sell at public sale the following described real property: Lot 14, River Country, an unrecorded subdivision lying in Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 11 East, Madison County, Florida. Also described as: Lot 14 of River Country Subdivision, a subdivision as more particularly described in the Declaration of Restrictions and Protective Covenants as recorded in OR Book 136, Page 216, of the Public Records of Madison County, Florida. The sale will be held on May 15, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as possible, provided that said sale must be commenced prior to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the West door of the courthouse in Madison County, in Madison, Florida, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the owner of the above described property as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Sondra Williams, court administrator, Post Office Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056, telephone:(386)758-2163, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated:April 22, 2014. TIM SANDERS, As Clerk of the Court By: /s/Renata Keeling As Deputy Clerk April 25, 2014 and May 2, 2014 4/25, 5/2 April 25, 2014 and May 2, 2014 4/25, 5/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 2013-CA-000222 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS OF THE CWABS INC., ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-22, Plaintiff, vs. JONATHAN FERRELL, et. al. Defendant(s), ____________________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE TO: JONATHAN S. FERRELL AND THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JONATHAN S. FERRELL whose residence is unknown if he/she/they be living; and if he/she/they be dead, the unknown defendants who may be spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all parties claiming an interest by, through, under or against the Defendants, who are not known to be dead or alive, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property: An undivided One half interest in and to the following: Commence at the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Sesction12, Township 2 North, Range 9 East, Madison County, Florida, and Run Thence North 00degs.53 mins. East (D.O.T.) Bearing Base) 1129.38 to the Point of Beginning, from said Point of Beginning continue Thence North 00degs. 53 mins. East 187.34, Thence North89 degs. 49 mins. 20 secs. East 464.0 to the centerline of a proposed 30roadway.Thence South 00degs. 53 mins. West along said centerline 188.26, Thence leaving said roadway, run South 89 degs. 56 mins. 08 secs. West 464.0 to the Point of Beginning, containing 2.0 acres, more or less. The exact quantity of land or number of acres and/or square feet contained within the property described herein is not guaranteed by this company has been led against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on counsel for Plaintiff, whose address is 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida 33487 on or before ______________/(30 days from Date of First Publication of this Notice) and le the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition led herein. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court at County, Florida, this 17 day of April 2014. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY:/s/ Ramona Dickinson DEPUTY CLERK ROBERTSON, ANSCHUTZ, AND SCHNEID, PL ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 6409 CONGRESS AVENUE, SUITE 100 BOCA RATON, FL 334874/25, 5/2 5/2, 5/9 5/2, 5/9

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Our 149th Year, Number 34www.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, T elling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right T o Know Index 1 Section, 12 Pages Local Weather Viewpoints 2 Obituaries 4 Around Madison 3 -7 Sports 8-9Classieds 10 Legals 11Friday, May 2, 2014Madison, Florida Gunslinger Pawn And Gun Owner SentencedSubmitted by the U.S. Department of JusticeChad Eric Jones, 43, of Madison, was sentenced on April 29, to one year in federal prison by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle following acceptance of his guilty plea in November of last year. Jones, a federally licensed firearms dealer, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of selling firearms to a convicted felon and a single count of selling a handgun to a person under 21 years of age. In September of last year, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, with the assistance of the Madison County Sheriff's Office and the Madison Police Department, executed a search warrant at Jones' residence and place of business, Gunslingers Pawn and Gun on Duval Street in Madison. While executing the search warrant at Gunslingers Pawn and Gun, agents seized 67 firearms not listed in the Gunslingers acquisition and disposition book. Jones ultimately forfeited all of these firearms to the government and surrendered his federal firearms license. During the course of the investigation, agents obtained an audio recording in which Jones admitted that he intentionally kept certain firearms out of his acquisition and disposition book to conceal the fact that he was selling firearms to prohibited persons. If a firearm was not in his acquisition and disposition book, Jones believed that government agents would be unable to determine that he had sold the firearm to a convicted felon. This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Madison County Sheriff's Office and the Madison Police Department. The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Jason S. Beaton.Oliver Bradley Recognized By County CommissionBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Oliver Bradley, Veterans' Services Ofcer for both Madison and Jefferson Counties, was all smiles as he stood in front of the County Commission, wearing the red-ribboned gold medal he had received from the Governor's ofce a few days earlier. On April 10, Bradley had been the recipient of the Governor's Veterans Service Award from Florida's Gov. Rick Scott. At the County Commission Meeting a couple of weeks later, the commissioners were ofcially recognizing his achievement and offering their congratulations. "It's a great thing the governor's doing," said Bradley. "Especially for the Korean and Vietnam veterans Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, April 23, 2014A happy man...with an almost non-stop smile, Oliver Bradley tells the joke about The Most Humble ManŽ award winner who lost the award when he showed up to claim it; turning serious for a bit, he spoke brie”y about the need to make sure all veterans received the care and bene“ts they were entitled to, and thanked the commission for the chance to speak about the subject...and let everyone see the medal he'd received from Gov. Rick Scott. See Oliver Bradley On Page 3 Relay For Life Only One Week AwayBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.Relay for Life is only one week away, but there is still time to form a team, plan to walk as a survivor or caregiver or become involved in any other way in the Madison County Relay for Life this year. Renae Williams, one of the Relay co-chairs for this year's campaign said they had a great "bank night" this past Tuesday and have almost reached their goal but adds, "We need all Madison residents to help us nish." Williams said there would be one more meeting, Tuesday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m., where teams will be able to turn in money and discuss details of the event. Relay for Life is an overnight event increasing cancer aware-See Relay On Page 3 Free Child ID Program Provided By Madison County MasonsBy Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The Child ID Program, provided by the Grand Lodge of Florida and supported and implemented by the Masonic Lodges of Madison and Greenville, will be at the Madison Pizza Hut, Tuesday, May 6. The ID program is a free service offered by the Masons and is designed to help parents and law enforcement, in the unfortunate circumstances of a missing or abducted child. Digital images, video, ngerprinting and DNA samples (where possible) are taken of the child during the program and can be disseminated across the state and to the National Law Enforcement Network very quickly, increasing the probability the child will be found. Keeping See Child ID On Page 3Semi Carrying Cooking Oil WrecksBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Asemi truck belonging to Kendra Trucking in Cherry Lake wrecked just before the crossroads of Hwy 53 and Hwy 150 on Sunday, April 27. It is unclear how the driver lost control but the semi ended up laying on it side. According to Cherry Lake Fire Rescue Fire Chief Scott Singletary, the semi was loaded with cooking oil that was contained in plastic jugs. This was a minor spill and the cooking oil is non hazardous. Hwy 150 was closed for over an hour while workers transferred the oil to a new truck. Photo By Russell WilliamsWorkers from Kendra Trucking look over the damage after a semi rolled on its side on Hwy 150 in Cherry Lake. Betty Lawrence Updates Commission On Possible Library GrantBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Betty Lawrence, Suwannee River Regional Librarian for the Madison, Suwannee and Hamilton County library systems, appeared before the County Commission to give everyone an update on the possibility of receiving State Aid To Libraries grant money again this year. The state now has some new requirements for its library grant, which could mean that Madison might get a little more this year, but "we have to go through the process, and get the proper signatures and verify that at least one library in the county is open 40 hours a week," Lawrence told the commissioners. The City of Madison Public Library meets that 40-hour-aweek requirement, and once the commission approved Amendment #1 to the State Library Grant Agreement, it seemed everything would be in order for the upcoming grant cycle. Lawrence also briefed everyone on the automated record system with its advantages of better administrative recordkeeping, and the userfriendly electronic card-catalogue for library patrons. As for the Greenville Library, Lawrence told the commission that now was the time to prepare a grant application and get Greenville placed See Grant On Page 3Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, April 23, 2014Regional Librarian Betty Lawrence (standing) hands out updates on the new state requirements for receiving grant money for the library system. Seated at the table facing her are (left to right): Commissioner Wayne Vickers, Commissioner Clyde Alexander, and County Attorney Tommy Reeves. Florida Speed Limits Apt To IncreaseIf you think motorists now speed on Florida's interstates, a recently approved Senate bill could well increase speeds. Senate Bill 392, which the Florida Senate approved on Thursday, April 24, would up the maximum allowable speed on interstate highways by ve miles per hour, from the current 70 to 75 mph. Meaning that motorists could concei vably push that speed to 80 mph with little fear of getting ticketed, as Florida law allows for warnings to those traveling less than six mph above the posted speed limit. If it's any comfort, the bill leaves the nal determination to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), for all divided highways that have at least four lanes of trafc. Proponents argue that the measure will even out trafc ows, reduce conicts amongSee Speed Limit On Page 3District 2 City Commission MeetingBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.District 2 City Commissioner Ina Thompson hosted a community meeting on Thursday, April 24, at Madison City Hall. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss concerns that citizens and business owners had. City Manager Tim Bennett, Police Chief Gary Calhoun and Fire Chief Bruce Jordan also attended the meeting. Around twenty people attended the meeting with only a handful of people from Districts 2. The rest was from the other districts. A citizen brought up the need for policing the 20 mph. speed limit on Livingston Street going down parallel to Hwy 53. A different citizen brought up a concern for speeding on Bunker Street. "I'd like to just take different sections of the city and look and see what signs are there. Do they still need to be there, some need to be cleaned up and some probably need to be taken down and some others need to be put up, so just an overall survey of different areas; if you see a something like that in your area, let us know," said Madison Police Chief Gary Calhoun. A citizen mentioned a log truck that was parked on a lot at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Livingston Street. "Concerning the log truck, I believe the log truck was parking somewhere else, we asked him to move," said Bennett. "We've talked to him aboutSee City Comm. On Page 3 Ina Thompson

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Dear Editor, Before we move into high gear with the political season this year, let's review what Congressman Southerland has (or hasn't) done for us in the past year or so regarding jobs, our economy, and fairness. He and his colleagues shutdown the government, costing the economy $24 Billion in economic growth; he would've thrown the federal government into default, making it more expensive both for the government and the average citizen and small business to borrow monies due to higher interest rates, and slowing the creation of jobs. He and his colleagues in the House voted to pass Republican Paul Ryan's budget plan, which among other things: (1) raises taxes on middle class families with children while lowering taxes on millionaires by an average of $87,000 apiece; (2) cuts monies to Medicare, the health care for our seniors; and (3) cuts monies for early education, pell grants, and job training, all essential for folks to get a fair shake for jobs in today's workforce. Congressman Southerland has consistently been against spending necessary monies to rebuild America's/North Florida's crumbling infrastructure, whether it be roads, bridges, transit systems, wastewater facilities and what have you, depriving many people of employment opportunities. He's been against increasing the minimum wage at all, and we all know that no one can support a family on the current minimum wage, much less pump necessary monies into the economy to create more needed jobs for people. He's been against the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would work to equalize pay for the same work between men and women, where currently a woman only earns on average 83% of what a man does, and that takes necessary monies both out of people's immediate households but also out of the overall economy which, again, would create more and better paying jobs for people. Yes, Congressman Southerland in the upcoming election might say popular statements about jobs and the economy to keep/gain your support, but his actual votes and positions show the truth of where he's really coming from and you need to remember this come when it's time for you to cast your votes in November. Sincerely, John Hedrick Iwas reading a book the other day called “The Circle Maker” when one of the subject headings blared like a trumpet in my eyes. I could hear the sound of the silent marching and the sound of the trumpet as it blew a melody called victory as the Israeli army watched the walls fall and they entered and took the city of Jericho as I read it. It posed the question to me: “What is your Jericho?” I thought to myself: “Well, I've faced many Jerichos. I have had problems that seemed like giants and made me seem small in my own mind. I have faced walls that were too high to scale and too thick to crash through.” I thought those things to myself, but as I think back on all the valleys in my life, I see that God has always helped me climb back to the mountain. As I think on all the box canyons in my life, God has always showed me a route to escape through. So many times, we look at our problems and that's all we see. We need to look to Jesus who is interceding for us as we made our prayers to God, the Father. What is your Jericho? Listen to God, read the Word and pray and those walls will come tumbling down. May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute encourage all Americans to keep a check on your blood pressure to reduce your risk of several chronic diseases. This month, take action and find out what your blood pressure numbers are, what they mean, and what to do to prevent or control this all too common condition. The NHBLI warns that high blood pressure is a dangerous condition. Sometimes known as the silent killer, many people do not exhibit symptoms, so you may not even know you have it. Over time, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, stroke and kidney disease which are ranked 1st, 3rdand 9thamong the leading causes of death in the U.S. The good news is that high blood pressure can be prevented, and if your blood pressure is high, it can be controlled. You can work on making a few lifestyle changes, the following are suggestions from several reliable sources including Extension, USDA and the NHBLI: If you weigh more than is recommended for your height, work on losing weight, and work on maintaining a healthy weight. Become more physically active – walk, ride a bike or yard work are all example of physical activities. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines now recommends that you get at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day. If you have trouble getting 30 minutes, try 10 -15 minutes a couple times a day. All activity is helpful. Follow a healthy eating plan. If you aren’t sure how to begin, contact the Extension office for fact sheets to get you on the right track. Choose MyPlate website, sponsored by USDA, it also has great consumer information. Eat less salt and sodium. Any seasoning with the word “salt” in it needs to be eliminated from your food preparation. This means switching to herbs and spices to season the food you eat. An example would be to use garlic powder instead of garlic salt. Research has shown that a healthy eating plan called DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) can reduce your chances of developing high blood pressure and it has positive results in lowering blood pressure. A detailed fact sheet with details of the DASH diet can be downloaded from the NHBLI’s website at www.nhlbi.nih.gov/hb p/index.html. The plan emphasizes fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and low fat dairy products and is moderate in total fat and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It also includes whole grains, poultry, fish and nuts. There are many eating strategies to help reduce your salt and sodium intake. Of course, you can get fact sheets on healthful eating and reducing fat and sodium in your diet by contacting the Madison County Extension Office. Call or stop by the office for your free copies. The University of Florida IFAS/Extension is an Equal Opportunity Institution.Viewpoints & Opinions2 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Read Jacob’s blog at www.jacobbembry.com His book, Higher Call is available in Kindle format at www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com. Madison County Extension ServiceLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted Letters must be 600 words or less Letter To The Editor Jacobs Ladder Jacob BembryColumnist Conservative Corner Conservative Corner By Robert J. Bezick Jr. Diann DouglasGuest Columnist What Is Your Jericho? It’s National High Blood Pressure Education Month AMERICAN DREAMƒ INDEPENDENCE WAS OUR MOTTO When we think about our quest for the American Dream, do we even remember how it came about? Maybe we should ask rst why it came about. Many of our ancestors picked this country to immigrate to and decided to work hard and advance themselves without the benet of the US government. It seems like only yesterday we were the envy of all people. America was where freedoms were granteda right of passage. Come to America where opportunity was abundant. Now we seem to be under attack from all fronts, internal threats toward our freedoms as well as external threats to our exceptionalism. Where did we go wrong? I believe it all stems from trusting our elected ofcials and those in authority with the keys to the kingdom called America. While most Americans were busy taking care of business, family and other matters of life’s journey; we gave too much credit to those in charge of government to preserve these inalienable rights that we wanted to promote to everyone that came here. The reins of government were handed over carte blanche and now we are reaping the consequences of our trusting populace. The silent majority, or middle class America, will be the ones who lose the most. Capitalism and the free marketplace brought us to the exceptionalism that was America. The hope and change we need is that the courage of our founding fathers is resurrected now to save our way of life that we have come to expect. It needs to be now and not later so that we can be proud to pass this thing we call the American Dream on to the generations that come after us. We have been silent too long. We need to become part of the solution and engage in the process of correcting our course so that this nation will remain the land of opportunity for all of those seeking freedom from the many forms of oppression that still exist. Our exceptionalism that we once possessed has been diminished by the abundant greed of those entrusted with the pillars of our republic…our family values…our faith…..and our character, where your word was your bond. These pillars were paramount to protecting our once great republic; we all stood strong together against the foreign enemies that wanted to divide us. Now these pillars of strength have been so eroded that we no longer recognize the American culture that brought us to that lofty perch we once had, and that the world envied. Our mission now, if we want to accept it, is to have all brave and courageous American patriots to step forward and do their part to protect the freedoms we have enjoyed all these many years the same freedoms we want for our children and the generations yet to come. The American culture needs your help now. Protect the legacy of this great country by restoring the family values, our faith, and the character our founding fathers initiated when they declared their independence. Let’s all become independent again. THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MADISON COUNTYMeets Monday May 12 at 12:00 noon at Shelby's Restaurant SMART METERS By Tri County Electric EVERYONE WELCOME Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com Let’s Review Congressman Steve Southerland Bandit Begs Judge For A Drink After He And Pals Get 32 Years Thieves Swipe $18,000 Worth Of Axe Shower Gel From Semi Man Hit Girlfriend With Anger Management Book; Both Arrested He wanted one last trip to Margaritaville before spending the next three decades in prison. One of three black men who wore Hollywood-grade masks to make them look white in a 2010 stickup begged a Brooklyn federal court judge for a stiff one before getting sentenced. Someone broke into the trailer of a semi truck late Saturday parked on the Eastside, police said, and made off with one whole pallet of Axe shower gel. One thing about it: Somewhere, wandering the streets of Indianapolis, might be one sexy-smelling thief. Deputies said they were called to the woman's apartment Monday night where the ght broke out while watching a movie. A Spartanburg County man is accused of hitting his girlfriend with his anger management book while she was accused of stabbing him with a boxcutter, landing both of them in jail.

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From Page One Madison Enterprise-Recorder € 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 World NewsBy Rose Klein The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreenePath of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativeJeanette DunnBookkeeperBrooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classi“eds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Wednesday at 3 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included)Since 1865 -Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity.ŽThe Madison The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Enterprise-RecorderMadison Recorder established 1865 New Enterprise established 1901 Consolidated June 25, 1908 Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. 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Box 772 € Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 € Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 € Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com 2013Teens Poisons Food After Grandmother Takes CellphoneIn Fayetteville, N.C., a teen was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder after she allegedly poisoned a pot of her grandmother’s collard greens. Tyt’ana LisaNicole Johnson is accused of pouring insecticide and termiticide into the pot of greens while her grandmother attended Easter services, because 51-year-old Gaylon Moody had taken away her cellphone as a punishment. Moody and a friend, Clifton Evans, had to be taken to the hospital after eating the greens. Johnson admitted to poisoning the collards and apologized to Evans for making him sick. Moody said, “She got mad because I took her cellphone from her, and she poisoned my food. I’ll tell you one thing: It ain’t good to feel.”Boy Refused Fast Food Service For Being Too YoungIn Manchester, England, a KFC restaurant refused to serve a 13-yearold who was attempting to pick up food for himself and his 8-year-old brother. Jake Butterworth was sent to the food establishment by his father, who was running late for work, but Butterworth was refused service by staff who said he would, “mess about” and “throw food” and they would only serve him if he was 18. The boys’ father was furious and in turn received an apology from KFC, who cited previous instances where staff had to deal with anti-social behavior with young customers. They offered the family a free meal with their apology.Library Asked To Remove Dr. Seuss Book Due To ViolenceIn Toronto, Canada, a complaint was given to the Toronto Public Library, asking them to remove the 1963 Dr. Seuss classic, “Hop on Pop” because it promotes violence. The complaint states the children’s book encourages children to use violence against their fathers and wanted Toronto area dads to receive an apology. The complaint also asked the library to “pay for damages resulting from the book.” The Materials Review Committee said the book is “humorous, wellloved and has appeared on many ‘Best of Children’s book lists.’” The MRC pointed out that the children in the Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s book are actually told not to hop on pop. The library opted to retain the book.who didn't have such a great homecoming.” “Oliver's been a great service to our veterans in Madison and Jefferson Counties,” said County Coordinator Allen Cherry. “He ghts for thousands of dollars worth of benets for our veterans.” “I feel real good about it,” said Bradley with a huge smile, adding that he planned to cherish the medal for a little while longer. “Thank you, Mr. Cherry, for giving me the opportunity to show it off a little. Thank you all.” The Veterans Services Ofce for Madison County is located on the rst oor of the Courthouse Annex, in Room 113. Local veterans who need assistance in nding out what benets they're entitled to, or need help accessing those benets, can contact Bradley at (850) 9733208. Oliver Bradley Cont. From Page 1 ness while raising much-needed funds for the American Cancer Society’s local patient services and programs, advocacy, community education and cancer research. Relay for Life empowers the community to take part in the ght against cancer while honoring survivors and remembering friends and loved ones lost to the disease by composing teams of people from local companies, clubs, neighborhoods and families to raise funds prior to the event. At the relay, team members take turns walking around a track, relay-style. Participants camp-out, enjoy music, entertainment and food while building team spirit to help in the ght against cancer. This year, Relay has changed their hours to better accommodate busy schedules and as a result of the shorter hours, will be squeezing more entertainment and events into their schedule, but the Luminaria Ceremony, the highlight of the evening, will remain untouched. Paper luminarias, decorated by loved ones, are lined around the track and left burning throughout the evening to remind participants of the incredible importance of their contribution. Relay will take place next weekend at the Madison County High School, located at 2649 W US 90, from 7 p.m., Friday, May 9 until 7 a.m., Saturday, May 10. Plan to attend and help support those in their walk against cancer. Immediately following this event, there will be a 5K run that starts at 8 a.m. on the track, to help raise money for Relay. The cost will be $10 and everyone is invited. All money raised during the upcoming weekend will go towards the ght against cancer. For more information on forming a team, placing a luminaria, walking as a survivor or caregiver or to donate time or services to the event, contact Renae Williams at (850) 673-8492. For information on the 5K run, contact Danyel Rucker at (850) 673-8539. Relay Cont. From Page 1 on the list for a new library building. There were things they needed to think about, including: did the county have land in or near Greenville for a new site, or did they need to purchase some? Were there any landowners in the area who might donate a small plot of land for a new library building? Did they want to build an entirely new building from the ground up, or was there a suitable building, that, with grant-funded renovations, would work just as well? With that in mind, the commission voted unanimously to approve the amendment to the State Library Grant Agreement. Grant Cont. From Page 1 your child’s information current is important and should be updated yearly. Tuesday, the Masons will also be a holding a fundraiser, “Eat Pizza, Raise Dough” where the public can help raise money to purchase the newest technology needed for the ID program. The fundraiser will be all day, Dine In or Carry Out. Patrons who present a voucher at checkout will have their bill total counted towards the Child ID fundraiser, of which Pizza Hut will donate a percentage. To get a voucher, cut one out of this newspaper or email John Sirmon atsirmonj@gmail.com. A voucher must be present for the Masons to receive funds. The child ID Program at Pizza Hut will start at 5 p.m. and run through 8 p.m., and is for children 0-18 years old. Identification of each child will take roughly 10 to 15 minutes, allowing approximately 30 children in the three-hour period. As part of the program, children under the age of 10 years old can eat for free with an adult (one child per adult) from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Madison Pizza Hut is located at 855 W. Base Street and is open from 11:15 a.m., until 10 p.m. Bring a voucher and enjoy a pizza while you help a worthy cause and be there from 5-8 p.m., for a free ID of your child, courtesy of the Masons. Child ID Cont. From Page 1 Speed Limit Cont. From Page 1vehicles and reduce accidents. Opponents say the higher speed can potentially impact on tourists and seniors and increase safety hazards. They point to other states where higher speed limits have resulted in increased traffic fatalities because of drivers’ reduced reaction, along with more severe injuries. The House’s companion bill, HB-761, has yet to hit the floor. If approved, the bill would make Florida the second state east of the Mississippi River with a posted maximum speed of 75 mph. The other eastern state is Maine. West of the Mississippi River, 16 states have posted maximum speeds of 75 mph or greater, with Texas having the highest speed limits in the nation at 85 mph. The AAA opposed the proposal. City Comm. Cont. From Page 1parking his truck where he is currently parking. We’re trying to enforce regulations with a little common sense and compassions, so we will still go out and speak with the resident there and see what they can do about parking it somewhere else.” A man brought up his concerns about drugs being sold in Madison. He said that he has been talking with the Police Chief for several years. He wanted the City to respond in writing about why there is nothing being done about the drug problem. City Manager Tim Bennett addressed the man by stating that they had already answered his concerns through email but would resend the response to him. A woman is concerned with paving her road Flag Street. According to Bennett, he is working on three road projects. One project on Valentine Street to x the potholes, one on Flag Street to mill the road to x the erosion problem and one on College Loop to repave the road. Bennett is currently working on demolishing ve houses under a nuisance ordinance. A house on Dade Street will be taken down. “I just wanted to use this forum to give compliments to the cleanup crew after Down Home Days,” said an attendant of the meeting. “It’s done quickly and efciently and this is not the only time that this has happened.” Bennett took note of the meeting attendants concerns about road conditions that could not be answered at the meeting so he could address them when he had answers. District 3 Commissioner Jim Catron is planning to host a community meeting in May.

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Submitted by Madison County Genealogy Society The Madison County Genealogy Society was honored recently with a request from Greene Publishing, Inc. to submit a bi-weekly sketch of a Madison County Pioneer. Many of the residents of Madison County have deep family roots here; and the rest of us may be interested in learning about the earliest settlers who struck out into an unknown territory to forge a new life for themselves and their descendants. Genealogy Society members will submit sketches of their pioneer ancestors; biographies will be taken from the Genealogy Society Newsletter; and excerpts from the Madison County, Florida Family History Book will also be used. But the best information, we know, is in your family’s history. We would be honored, again, if you, the reader, would let us share your Madison County Pioneer story. You could write it, and send it by mail to Madison County Genealogy Society, P. O. Box 136, Madison, Fl. 32341-0136. An emailed story could be sent to mcgenealogysociety@live.com Or, if you would like for us to write your story, we would love to interview you and collect your information. Send us an e-mail or a note through regular mail with your phone number, and we will gladly contact you. Submitted sketches could include the following: 1. The name of your earliest pioneer ancestor and when he arrived in Madison County. 2. Where he came from. 3. Which part of the county he settled in. 4. What brought him to Madison County and what he did for a living. 5. Interesting family stories that have been passed down. 6. How you descend from that pioneer. When was Madison County Created? In 1821, Florida became a Territory, purchased by the United States government from Spain for $5,000,000. In 1827, Madison County was created, from Jefferson County, and was one of only 15 states in Florida. At this time, Madison County included present-day Lafayette, Taylor and Dixie counties. In 1845, Florida became a state. And in 1856 Lafayette and Taylor were created as separate counties out of Madison County. When did Pioneers move into Madison? The rst census available for Madison was in 1830. At that time, there were 44 free white families here; 263 slaves were in the county. By 1840, 243 families were living in the county. In 1850, 500 families were here. A large number of these family members were born in South Carolina. What did the Pioneers see when they moved to Madison? Beth Sims, in The History of Madison County Florida reports that in 1821, “There was a settlement at Pensacola, a larger, more sophisticated town at St. Augustine, a small village at St. Marks. In between was a virtual jungle, occupied by wandering Indians, smugglers, runaway slaves, cattle thieves and a few respectable cattle herders and settlers.” Please let us hear about your brave, hardy ancestors who came to Madison County in the 1800’s. And please join us in the Madison County Genealogical Society as we try to preserve their histories. Society meetings are from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month at the Madison Public Library. Annual dues are $25.Around Madison County4 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Jail Report Information in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc. by the Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identied in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001. Obituaries Community CalenderMay 2Reapers of the Harvest church will be holding a revival, Friday, May 2 Sunday, May 4. Reverend Harold Peterson will be preaching Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 11 a.m. The church is located two miles west from Greenville on Hwy. 90. For more information, contact Reverend Samuel Bass at (850) 948-6751. Everyone is welcome, come and be blessed.May 3A Preparedness Workshop on preparing for a disaster or economic hard times is being offered at the Fellowship Hall at New Testament Christian Center on Hwy. 90 East, Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Bring a bag lunch, but childcare will be provided. A love offering will be received for the speakers. For more information call Cindi Perron at (850) 4642514.May 10The Suwannee Valley Humane Society will be hosting their annual Spring Fling as well as celebrating their 30thAnniversary, Saturday, May 10, from 10 a.m.1 p.m. Come out and meet the residents and buy plants, clothes and household items at the Thrift Store. Enjoy refreshments and baked goods that are all reasonably priced and take advantage of the free adoption day for large dogs and adult cats over one year old. For more information or to donate items, email suwanneevalley@embarqmail.com.May 15The Branford Camera Club will be holding their 3rdAnnual Spring Photo Critique with Master Photographer, Chuck Neubauer, judging this year’s critique. Participation is open to the public. Novice through professional photographers is welcomed. For more information or to receive a copy of the event guidelines, call Program Chair Carolyn Hogue at (386) 935-2044.May 17Former NFL football player and Madison resident, Jesse Solomon, will be hosting the Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp, Saturday, May 17, at Madison Lanier Field. The event is open to children 4ththru 10thgrades. Registration starts at 11 a.m., with camp starting at noon and lasting until 4 p.m. Parents can also register their child online at www.usafootball.com /fun click on Clinics, and then select Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp.May 19The 4thannual B.F. Killingsworth Gator Golf Classic will be held Monday, May 19 at the Madison County Country Club, located at 445 SW Country Club Rd. Spots are still available with tee times at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards the Madison County Gator Club Scholarship fund. For more information contact Stefanie Thomas at (850) 4641177. April 24 Reuben Lee Graham Jr. – Failure to appear/Arraignment. Von Feridawn Powell – Criminal registration. Abel Alejandro Loor – Possession of drug equipment and possession of liquor. Michael William Pascale – Marijuana possession less than 20 grams and possession of drug equipment. Michael Antoine Hill – Controlled substance-possess/sell, introducing contraband into County Jail, driving while license suspended or revoked, attached tag not assigned to vehicle and petty/grand theft from vehicle. Camoins Telusnor – Driving while license suspended with knowledge. Betty Jean Blackshear – Failure to appear. Bernard Powell – Driving while license suspended or revoked. Mark Anthony Garza – No valid driver’s license. Brittani Ty’Iana Gillyard – Violation of parole. April 25 Gene Austin McClamma – Serving weekends. Kelvin Lanorris May Jr. – Possession of stolen property. Flammer Williams – Out of county warrant/Violation of parole in Leon County. April 26 Joseph Jermaine Reddick – Trespass property other than structure, resisting without violence, violation of parole, simple battery and corruption by threat on public ofcial. Robin Marie Logan – Concealed rearm and possession of stolen property (rearm). Jermaine Lamar Monlyn – Failure to appear. April 27 Jeremiah Jamel Gillyard – Violation of parole (circuit). April 28 Jason Tanner Law – Criminal registration. Julie Diane Drummond – Possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. April 29 Jason Aaron Brennan – Criminal registration. Jerel Termaine McQuay – Criminal registration. Oscar Nerease Jones – Driving while license suspended or revoked / habitual. Brenda Pollard Roberts – Driving with expired driving license for more than four months. Shandra Devone Keller – Violation of parole. Austin Lee Keller – Violation of parole. W a y B a c k W h e n April 29, 1949 The First Baptist Church of Madison offers a cordial invitation to everyone to attend the revival services during the week of May 1 through the 8. During this time Rev. C. W. Milford will be in charge of the services with Brother R. A. Marston leading the song service. Miss Martha Cave and Tommy Beggs have been elected May Queen and King in the balloting at the high school. Sixth grade Queen and King are Nencie Bevan and Billy Paschal. They will be crowned the May Fete, May 6th. Mrs. J. Vickers returned Sunday after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Holloway of Macon, Ga. While away, Mrs. Vickers and Mrs. Holloway attended New York Grand Opera in Atlanta. Members of the Boy Scout Troop are making preparations to attend a Camporee in Thomasville Friday night and Saturday when boys from all districts in Suwannee River Council will gather for the occasion. About five hundred are expected to attend. May 5, 1950 Mrs. E E Hadden and Mrs. R L Simpson will present their pupils in piano recitals Monday and Tuesday nights, May 8 and 9, at 8 o’clock at the high school auditorium. Prof. J. Donald DeLong will give an organ recital at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday May 14th, at 4:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited. The Madison High School Band gave a delightful concert Sunday afternoon on C S Blalock Corner at Range and Base streets. Madison turned out en masse to enjoy the rendition. Rev J M Rasnake of Ellisville, Miss., filled the pulpit at the Hamburg Universalist Church, Sunday, preaching to large congregations which began to spread the bountiful picnic dinner served at the church. May 4, 1951 An unusual accident occurred about four miles west of Madison on Highway 90, Sunday morning when a large dual wheel ran off a lumber truck, and coasting down a hill, crashed with a Plymouth automobile, driven by William Peter Bishie, age 58, of Jacksonville, going west. Due to the splendid cooperation of both races, including numerous organizations, groups and individuals, Madison County has collected $908.39 in the campaign against cancer. The quota was $602.50. Cancer Headquarters wishes to thank every person who helped to achieve this splendid record. A telephone call from Congressman Bennett’s office in Washington at noon this Thursday advises that the Nation Production Authority has approved construction of the big paper mill near Clyattville. Madison defeated Nashville in a free-hitting baseball game Sunday 15 to 12. Jim Swindle knocked a home run, with one on, in the fourth inning for the losers.Martha Carolyn TaylorMrs. Martha Carolyn Taylor, 66, of Quitman passed away Monday, April 28, at her daughter's residence. Mrs. Taylor was born November 8, 1947 to the late Bryce and Mable Hunter Clemens. She was a member of the First Baptist Church and was a retailer in antiques. Survivors include her husband, Jerry Taylor of Quitman; four children: Kristi (Jason) Hylton of Quitman, Jodi (Johnny) Johnson of Quitman, Brandon (Darlene) Bateman of Adairsville, Ga., and Amy (Carlton) Hart of Quitman; grandchildren: Will and Sydni Hall, Jaden and Luke Hylton, Dusty Smith, Casey and Elizabeth Johnson, Kelli Kimbrell, Amy Kimbrell, Tiffany Kimbrell, Jacob and Abby Bateman, Taylor Hart, Alden Hart, and Bryce Hart; one brother: Frank Clemons of Louisville, Tenn.; cousin, Mary Ann Pezzullo of Alphrattea, Ga. Mrs. Taylor was preceded in death by her brother, Robert Hatton. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 1, at 2 p.m., at First Baptist Church with Rev. Chris Hilliard, and Rev. Randy Blow officiating. Interment followed at Oak Hill Cemetery with Carlton Hart officiating. Condolences may be expressed to the family online atwww.maxwellmillerfuneralhome.com.Maxwell-Miller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Frederick L. DeRoccoFrederick L. DeRocco, 72, of Jasper, passed away Thursday, April 24, at Madison County Memorial Hospital in Madison. Mr. DeRocco was born in Ilion, New York on March 29, 1942 to the late Alfonso and Gertrude Potter DeRocco. He was a machinist and mechanic. As a young man he served his country in the United States Army. In 1989 he moved his family to Jasper, Fl. from Immokalee, Fl. He worked with wood and could build anything. He shared this talent with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. In sharing amongst family members it was said that even though he was a double amputee Grandpa stood 10 feet tall. He made a lot of choices in his life but the greatest choice he made was accepting the Lord Jesus as his Savior. Mr. DeRocco loved his family and loved spending time with them. He will be missed. Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Daisy DeRocco; three sons: Laddie DeRocco (Robin), Adam DeRocco (Susan) and Frederick DeRocco, Jr. (Bethany); four daughters: Ranie DeRocco, Sheila Young (Brian), Kathy Carlisle and Laurie Padgett; one brother: Sammy and two sisters: Mary Ann and Carol; 17 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. He had three great grandchildren “on the way.” Per his wishes, Mr. DeRocco was cremated. Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.PIONEERS OF MADISON COUNTY

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The Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce will be facilitating its next Concealed Carry Weapons class on Saturday, May 3. The National Rie Association (N.R.A.) First Steps Pistol course is the foundation for the sheriff’s ofce eight hour concealed carry class. In addition, information is provided to ensure that each student is aware of what they can expect to take place before, during and after violent confrontations and how they, as individuals, can best prepare for these dynamics. They emphasize to their students how important it is to value life and to employ less lethal options when the circumstances permit, but we want our students to be condently prepared. The Florida standards for legally carrying a concealed rearm may not be sufcient to prepare for violent confrontations. Their goal is to fully prepare law abiding citizens for the complex dynamics of violent confrontations while helping to preserve each of our 2ndAmendment rights. This class far exceeds the requirements to apply for the State of Florida Concealed Carry Weapons Permit for residents and non-residents. The Florida Concealed Carry Weapons permit is honored in 36 states. These classes are taught by N.R.A. multi-discipline law enforcement rearms instructors who have military, S.W.A.T. and violent confrontation experience. The cost for this course is $65. The cost goes down for additional people in a group. A large portion of these course fees will support youth adventure camps sponsored by the sheriff’s ofce as well as other free courses for the community. If you would like to register for this class, or if you have any questions, please contact Captain Mark W. Joost at (850) 519-0947.Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder € 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Deadline For Entry Is May 7thBy 4:00 PM Use the Madison County Carrierto wish your mother Happy Mothers Day!Mothers Day Dont Miss This CHANCE! The Mothers Day Edition Will Run May 9th Sign Up NOW AE Only$25 Actual Ad Size Name:____________________________ Message:_________________________ _________________________________ From:____________________________ _________________________________ Greene Publishing € PO Drawer 772 (850) 973-4141 Concealed Carry Weapons Class To Be Held This Weekend Florida Bicycle Safari Stops At Four Freedoms ParkBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The 34th Florida Bicycle Safari sponsored by the Florida Freewheelers came to Madison on Tuesday, April 29. A station of snacks and drinks was set up for the riders at the Four Freedoms Park. The Safari offers two ride options, a three-day and a sixday ride. The six-day ride is limited to 250 riders. The first two days riders were based at the Suwannee County Fairgrounds in Live Oak and different routes were offered each day. On Monday, April 28, as the three-day cyclists looped back to Live Oak, the riders on the six-day trip headed north past Madison. The Florida Bicycle Safari camped at the Cherry Lake campground for three nights. A different route was featured each day. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Alan Richards from Arlington, Tenn. came to participate in the Florida Bicycle Safari by word of mouth and thinks the trip is grand.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Susan and Stuart Beal from Winter Park, Fl., participated in the Florida Bicycle Safari ride for the second time. The rides in Madison are Susans favorite part. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Noelle Daniel from Redington Shores, Fl. and Ed Ruark from Tampa are enjoying their “rst trip. They really enjoy that they have a home base to come to each night and not having to worry about their luggage. Golf Tournament Fundraiser A Hit By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Agolf tournament was hosted by the Madison Golf and Country Club and partnered with Timberland Ford and Team Lundy on Tuesday, April 29. The proceeds from this event will go to help Deputy Robert Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney, victims of the Feb. 5 shooting. The tournament had tee times at 8 a.m. and at 1 p.m. At the 8 a.m. tee time, there were 54 people who came to participate. Due to the rain that was received, some teams were unable to compete at the 1 p.m. tee time, however, 40 people participated in the tournament. To show their support, Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart, Taylor County Sheriff L.E. Bummy Williams, Dixie County Sheriff Dewey Hatcher, Sr. and Lafayette County Sheriff Brian Lamb attended the golf tournament. “We appreciate all the thought and prayers,” said Debra Cook, wife of Mike Cook. “The community has been excellent,” said Mike Cook. Cook also wanted to thank his surgeon Dr. Miles Nelson in Perry. “I am doing a lot better,” said Deputy Robert Lundy. “Just taking it day by day.” It meant a lot to Lundy to see everyone who showed for the golf tournament. “ I want to thank everyone for coming out today to show support from the bottom of my heart,” said Lundy. According to Chief Deputy Epp Richardson, The golf tournament raised $6,000 for Deputy Lundy, Mike Cook and John Mahoney. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Debra and Mike Cook pose for a picture after expressing their gratitude to all of the support that they have received from the community. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, April 29, 2014Deputy Robert Lundy poses for a picture after enjoying the lunch at the golf tournament. Fill out the form below and send it in to:Greene Publishing, Inc.P.O. Drawer 772  Madison, FL 32341With money order or check payment made out to Greene Publishing, Inc. in the amount for the In or Out-of-County rate $35 In County $45 Out-of-County Name:_________________________________ Address:________________________________ _______________________________________ City:___________________________________ State:_______________ Zip:_______________ Phone:___________________________________

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Story SubmittedTri-County Family Health Care in Greenville is now providing counseling services with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Stan Mitchell. Mitchell received his Masters in Social Work from Florida State University and has been practicing since 1996. Mitchell also has a Masters in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, focusing on Christian social ministry and counseling. As a LCSW, Mitchell provides individual, marital, premarital and family counseling. He specializes in helping patients with depression, anxiety, grief, providing anger management, stress management and life adjustment issues. Those interested in scheduling an appointment should call (850)l 948-3410. A physician’s referral is not required. While many Americans have become more open to counseling and mental health services, the stigma attached to counseling continues. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that one in ve adults has the need for counseling in a given year. The stigma prevents people from knowing where to turn for services. “Our goal is to provide better access to services” said Mitchell. “This new service is part of our commitment to meet the needs of our patients when they may not be able to nd them readily available in their communities. We are here to help.” Tri-County Family Health Care is part of the North Florida Medical Centers family and committed to providing comprehensive primary health care services to the community. TriCounty Family Health Care accepts most insurance and offers a sliding scale discount program for eligible patients; eligibility criteria are available at the center. The center provides highly efcient and costeffective medical and mental health care for the entire family, which reduces or eliminates the need for costly care in the emergency room or avoidable hospital stays. To schedule an appointment at Tri-County Family Health Care, please call (850) 9482840.Story SubmittedMadison County resident and local business owner, Brian Annett, has recently been elected to chair the United Motorcoach Association (UMA). UMA represents motorcoach and bus companies across the country and is headquartered in Alexandria, Va. Mr. Annett, President of Annett Bus Lines has served on the 25 member UMA board for six years, serving time as Treasurer, Vice Chair and now Chairman of the Board. The work of the association is to create awareness in Washington DC and on individual state levels about the efciencies of bus travel. “Most UMA members are small business owners who are the backbone of the American economy. Our role as an association is to help government understand the possibilities our industry brings to the table in terms of sustainable, efcient, and most of all, safe transportation to the traveling public,” says Annett. “UMA – and the entire motorcoach industry – is fortunate to have Brian Annett as its chair. Brian brings a progressive perspective to his leadership role, one based on businessbuilding metrics. And having grown up in this business, he also has a keen understanding and appreciation for the values and principles upon which UMA was founded; ensuring that the motorcoach industry remains free of the shackles of economic regulation, while promoting safety measures backed by sound science,” said UMA President and CEO, Victor S. Parra. About Annett Bus Lines: Annett Bus Lines is a family owned and operated charter bus company. Currently owned and operated by Brian and Christi Annett and David and Tamra Annett. The brother/wife teams are growing the family business with operations in Sebring, Jacksonville, Lee and Ocala, Fl. To nd out more about the services provided by Annett Bus Lines go towww.annettbuslines.com.About the United Motorcoach Association: The UMA is North America's largest association for operators of motorcoach companies providing charter, tour and regular route services. Founded in 1971, UMA is comprised of over 900 professional bus and motorcoach companies who provide transportation services in all 50 states, Canada and Mexico, and more than 250 supplier, manufacturer and travel partner members. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., UMA is dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the entire motorcoach industry and providing its members with programs and services to enhance the success of their operations. UMA’s Bus & Motorcoach Academy, UMA Motorcoach EXPO at Travel Exchange, Bus & Motorcoach NEWS and BusRates.com are valuable industry resources. More information can be obtained by visiting www.uma.org .Around Madison County6 € Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 No Photocopies Accepted € Tickets are good for Saturday, May 10thonly € Deadline To Enter May 6, 2014Name____________________________ Address__________________________ __________________________ Phone Number____________________ Fill out and return to Greene Publishing at P.O. Drawer 772 or 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32341 Annett Assumes UMA Chair Position Photo SubmittedThe Annett family pose for a quick picture. Sitting are the Annett children, Abbi (left) and Drew (right). Brian and his wife, Christi, stand. Farm Credit Of Northwest Florida Promotes John Mottice To Chief Financial OfficerFarm Credit of Northwest Florida has promoted John Mottice to Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Mottice joined the Association in 2011 and established and managed the Capital Markets Division. In his new role, Mr. Mottice will oversee the economic strategy and forecasting for the association as well as managing the accounting department. Mr. Mottice brings over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, budgeting, financial reporting and shareholder reporting. “John will be able to use his analytical and managerial qualifications to help our organization meet our strategic objectives,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Bitner. Mr. Mottice resides in Tallahassee with his wife, Gwen. They have two sons, John and David. In his spare time, Mr. Mottice enjoys playing tennis, cycling and spending time with family and friends. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is a locally owned and controlled agriculture financial cooperative, headquartered in Marianna, Florida and owned by its member borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock, production and rural home mortgages. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is part of the National Farm Credit system established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America. For more information, visit www.farmcreditfl.com. Tri-County Family Health Care Announces New Counseling Services Photo SubmittedStan Mitchell

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The weekend of March 21 through the 23, the American Patriot Outfitters (APO), a local veteran’s service organization that offers outdoor adventures for those that served, hosted its first ‘official’ annual spring turkey hunt for veterans. American Patriot Outfitters was founded in 2013 by retired USMC Gunnery Sergeant Brent Whitman as a way of supporting and helping our veterans of the United States Armed Forces through camaraderie and a shared love of adventures of the great outdoors. This year, Madison County was proud to host four veterans that are also native Floridians for the annual Spring Turkey Fling weekend – US Army Retired Lt. Col and current Executive Director of the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs Michael Prendergast of Beverly Hills, Fl., US Army Retired Sgt. First Class Thomas North of Live Oak, US Army Sgt. First Class Caleb Baugh, currently stationed at Ft, Rucker, Ala. and US Army Sgt. Dominic Mascolo, currently stationed at Ft. Rucker, Ala. After arriving, the evening of March 21 at the APO’s hunting headquarters “FOB Gunny” in Madison County, the Vets began settling in and spending time getting acquainted. Later that evening the Vets were treated to an outstanding BBQ dinner and a “meet ‘n greet” with guests, volunteers and guides. Afterwards, the vets hit the rack in anticipation of two great days of turkey hunting. As the sun rose March 22, the veterans were treated to a symphony of spring sounds, including sandhill cranes, ducks, geese and of course, turkeys. Caleb and Dominic, with guides Kit and Frankie Storey, had numerous hens and toms work the areas they were hunting, with Caleb scoring a Jake as the morning ended. Thomas, with guide David Floyd, hunted hard and saw several birds but all stayed out of gun range. Mike and his guide hunted hard, but were disappointed in the signs and number of birds seen. After lunch and rest, all four vets headed out again in the afternoon to new locations. All continued seeing hens and toms, but they remained just out of gun range as the afternoon faded away. Sunday morning arrived with the anticipation of having a great hunt. By 6:30 a.m., all had heard birds and by 7:15 a.m., there were hens preening and toms strutting, but as luck would have it, just out of gun range. As the veterans returned home Sunday, March 23, another chapter for the APO’s Spring Turkey Fling weekend came to a close. Great memories and friends were made. More importantly, the camaraderie and experiences shared hopefully helped fill a missing void. This event would not have been possible without the help of several businesses and individuals from the Madison and north Florida area. A special thanks goes out to Madison Engineering and Anheuser Busch for providing funding and outstanding accommodations and meals. Hunting access to properties was provided by Running M Ranch and Floyd Farms of Cherry Lake and Greene Publishing. 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Guests, volunteers, guid es and four military veterans were also treated to an outstanding BBQ dinner and a meet n greet. Pictured back row, left to right: Jamie Taylor, Tim Owens, Bri an Daniel, Thomas North, David Floyd, Brent Whitman, Michael Prendergast and John Thomas. Front row, left to right: Caleb Baugh and Dominic Mascola.

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By Fran Hunt Greene Publishing, Inc.The softball and baseball teams at Aucilla Christian Academy honored their seniors during senior Night, prior to the games on April 17. Each team paid tribute to two seniors. On the softball team, one of the two seniors was Whitney Stevens, the daughter of Johnny and Tammy Stevens of Madison. She has played softball at ACA for two years. Her favorite softball memory from last season was when the team poured a cooler full of ice water on Coach Becky (Lauth) after winning the championship game. She admits, “Yes, it was totally my idea!” While last season’s memory brought great laughter, Whitney’s favorite memory for this season would be the ten-inning game victory against Mayo. It will never be forgotten. Her plans after graduation are to attend Easter Florida State College in Palm Bay on a full softball scholarship. Afterwards, she plans to transfer to a university to pursue a health care degree in occupational therapy. She thanked her daddy and her mama for their love, support, being her biggest fans in the stands, helping her dream of playing college softball become a reality and for making her the person she is today. She also thanked Coach Tommy Santiago for encouraging her to believe in her athletic ability and pursuing her dream to play college softball. In addition, she thanked all of the ACA coaches for their love and dedication to the game and for helping her to have a great time during the past two seasons, and especially Coach Jarrod Lauth, who told the girls, "I’m not just here to give you lessons about softball, I am here to give you lessons about life.” He specially thanked Jerry and Anita Horne for all they have done for the softball team since Whitney has attended Aucilla. Lastly, and not least, Whitney thanked all of the softball girls for giving her an amazing season of hard work, laughter and great memories. Whitney has played varsity softball in ninth through twelfth grade. She is varsity lettered in volleyball, cross-country, basketball and cheerleading. She has received awards as the Most Valuable Player, Athlete of the Month by Game Speed, Most Coachable Player and Pitcher of the Year. She has played in national softball tournaments in Las Vegas, NV, Utah and Virginia. She was nominated for the 2014 Florida High School Athletic Association Academic All-State Team and the 2014 Florida Athletic Coaches Association AllStar Game. She plays travel ball with the North Florida Pride Gold. She has a 3.9 GPA and serves as Beta Club Treasurer and is on the Leadership Team for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In addition to school activities, she is a junior volunteer at the Madison County Memorial Hospital. Whitney received a trophy with a silver glove holding a ball, and her mother received a beautiful bouquet of owers. Sports8 €Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 MCHS Weightlifting Team Went To StateBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Two Madison County High School weightlifting team members went to the State Championship in Kissimmee on Friday, April 25. Zack Sprenkle placed 4thin the Unlimited Weight Class. His total was 715 pounds with a bench of 410 and a clean and jerk of 305. Sprenkle only made two of his three bench presses due to a sprained pectoral muscle. This is an injury that he has been dealing with for awhile. Coach Ben White and Sprenkle decided that a third bench press could cause the muscle to tear. Andrew Strom nished 15thin the 139Pound Weight Class. His total was 420 pounds with a bench of 210 and a clean and jerk of 210. The Madison County High School weightlifting team is tied for 11thplace in the state. Coach White is optimistic about next year’s season. Everyone on the team this year will be coming back and others are already interested in joining. Lady Warriors Stomp Dance On Cedar CreekBy Fran Hunt Greene Publishing, Inc.The Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors went into the regional Quarter-Finals against Cedar Creek Christian on April 23. The Lady Warriors stomp danced on Cedar Creek to waltz out with a 26-1 victory after just three innings of play. The game was called due to the 15run mercy rule. Aucilla scored 13 runs in the first inning and 13 in the second inning. Cedar Creek brought one run across the plate during the second inning, was unable to score in the third inning and the game was called, leaving Aucilla without batting during the third inning. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 34 plate appearances, 18 at bats, 11 hits, 10 singles, one triple, 21 RBIs, 26 runs, 12 walks and one strikeout. Whitney Stevens had four plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single, three RBIs, two runs and one walk. Ashlyn Rogers had two plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, one single, one triple, four RBIs and one run. Emma Witmer had one plate appearance, one RBI, one run and one walk. Natalie Sorensen had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. Ramsey Sullivan had two plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run and one strikeout. Megan Schofill had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. Kelly Horne had four plate appearances, one a bat, one hit, one single, three RBIs, three runs and one walk. Courtney Watts had two plate appearances, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, two runs and one walk. Abigail Morgan had four plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, two singles, three RBIs, two runs and two walks. Elizabeth Hightower had four plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single, three RBIs, four runs and one walk. Taylor Copeland had three plate appearances, three at bats, one hit, one single and two runs. Carly Joiner had two plate appearances, one at bat, one hit, one single, two runs and one walk. Gaige Winchester had two plate appearances, two runs and one walk. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 10 total chances, one assist, nine putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had nine total chances, one assist, eight putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Morgan had one total chance, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. On the mound, Stevens pitched one inning, striking out three batters. She was named the winning pitcher in the no-hitter. Morgan pitched one inning, giving up two walks, one run, which was earned and striking out three batters. Hightower pitched one inning, striking out three batters. The Lady Warriors were slated to take on rivals Munroe in the Regional Semi-Finals on Tuesday, April 29 at 4 p.m., at home. Those statistics will be forthcoming. ACA CELEBRATES SENIOR NIGHTPhoto SubmittedWhitney Stevens was escorted by her parents, Johnny and Tammy Stevens of Madison.

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By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.After wrapping up 17 games on the regular season, and emerging with a 14-3 record, the Aucilla Christian Academy varsity Lady Warriors have mounted some very impressive softball statistics. As a team, at the plate, Aucilla played 17 games, had 553 plate appearances, 456 at bats, 159 hits, 110 singles, 33 doubles, eight triples, seven homeruns, 118 RBIs, nine hit by pitches, 43 reach on errors, 14 fielder’s choice 84 walks, 66 strikeouts, a batting average of .346, an on base percentage of .454 and a slugging average of .500. Abigail Morgan played in 17 games, with 62 plate appearances, 41 at bats, 10 hits, six singles, two doubles, one triple, one homerun, 14 RBIs, 18 runs, three reach on errors, 19 walks, eight strikeouts, a batting average of .244, an on base percentage of .468 and a slugging average of .415. Ashlyn Rogers played in one game, with three plate appearances, three at bats, two hits, two singles, one RBI, one run, a batting average of .667, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .667. Carly Joiner played in 16 games, with 59 plate appearances, 54 at bats, 17 hits, 15 singles, two doubles, six RBIs, 24 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, four fielder’s choice, four walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .315, an on base percentage of .373 and a slugging average of .352. Courtney Watts played in 12 games, with 29 plate appearances, 21 at bats, five hits, four singles, one double, seven runs, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, two fielder’s choice, six walks, six strikeouts, batting average of .238, an on base percentage of .448 and a slugging average of .286. Elizabeth Hightower played in 15 games, with 58 plate appearances, 55 at bats, 19 hits, nine singles, three doubles, three triples, four homeruns, 24 RBIs, 15 runs, seven reach on error, one fielder’s choice, three walks, five strikeouts, a batting average of .345, an on base percentage of .379 and a slugging average of .727. Emma Witmer played in 14 games, with 34 plate appearances, two at bats, 10 hits, five singles, three doubles, two triples, 12 RBIs, eight runs, two hit by pitches, three reach on errors, three walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of 345, an on base percentage of .441 and a slugging average of .586. Gaige Winchester played in seven games, with 12 plate appearances, 10 at bats, six hits, six singles, four RBIs, six runs, one hit by pitch, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .600, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .600. Kelly Horne played in 16 games, with 61 plate appearances, 47 at bats, 25 hits, 13 singles, 10 doubles, one triple, one homerun, 18 RBIs, 24 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, 13 walks, three strikeouts, a batting average of .532, an on base percentage of .639 and a slugging average of .851. Megan Schofill played in two games, with four plate appearances, two at bats, four runs, one reach on error, two walks, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .500 and a slugging average of .000. Monique Restrepo played in three games, with six plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two runs, four walks, one strikeout, a batting average of .500, an on base percentage of .833 and a slugging average of .500. Natalie Sorensen played in 17 games, with 49 plate appearances, 39 at bats, 13 hits, nine singles, three doubles, one homerun, 12 RBIs, 13 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, eight walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .333, an on base percentage of .449 and a slugging average of .487. Payal Chaudhari played in four games, with five plate appearances, four at bats, one run, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .200 and a slugging average of .000. Ramsey Sullivan played in 17 games, with 67 plate appearances, 61 at bats, 25 hits, 22 singles, three doubles, nine RBIs, 20 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, three fielder’s choice, five walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .400, an on base percentage of .463 and a slugging average of .459. Stormie Roberts played in one game, with one plate appearance, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run, a batting average of 1.000 an on base percentage of 1.000 and a slugging average of 1.000. Taylor Copeland played in 16 games, with 54 plate appearances, 45 at bats, 10 hits, seven singles, two doubles, one triple, nine RBIs, 12 runs, four reach on errors, one fielder’s choice, eight walks, 10 strikeouts, a batting average of .222, an on base percentage of .333 and a slugging average of .311. Whitney Stevens played in 15 games, with 49 plate appearances, 42 at bats, 14 hits, 10 singles, four doubles, seven RBIs, 14 runs, four reach on errors, three fielder’s choice, seven walks, nine strikeouts, a batting average of .333, an on base percentage of .429 and a slugging average of .429. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 383 total chances, 88 assists, 286 putouts, 18 errors, one double play and a fielding percentage of .952. Morgan had 69 total chances, five assists, 64 putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Rogers had one total chance, one assist and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had 31 total chances, 17 assists, nine putouts, five errors and a fielding percentage of .839. Watts had 11 total chances, one assist, seven putouts, three errors and a fielding percentage of .727. Hightower had 50 total chances, 24 assists, 25 putouts, one error, one double play and a fielding percentage of .980. Witmer had 23 total chances, 23 putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Winchester had five total chances, four assists, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had 55 total chances, five assists, 48 putouts, two errors and a fielding percentage of .964. Schofill had one total chance, one error and a fielding percentage of .000. Sorensen had 13 total chances, four assists, eight putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .923. Sullivan had 101 total chances, 17 assists, 82 putouts, two errors, one double play and a fielding percentage of .980. Copeland had 16 total chances, one assist, 14 putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .938. Stevens had 17 total chances, nine assists, five putouts, three errors and a fielding percentage of .824. On the mound, Morgan played on the mound during seven games, pitched 22.0 innings, has a 4-1 record, gave up 18 hits, 13 runs, four of which were earned, 11 walks, 33 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.273. Hightower played on the mound during nine games, pitching 38.0 innings, has a 5-1 record, gave up 20 hits, eight runs, five of which were earned, 18 walks, 49 strikeouts and an earned run average of .921. Stevens played on the mound during seven games, pitched 35.0 innings, has a 5-1 record, gave up 26 hits, 18 runs, seven of which were earned, seven walks, 47 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.179.SportsMadison Enterprise-Recorder € 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of May 2 May 8, 2014 Friday May 2 *3:30 AM 9:40 AM *3:55 PM 10:10 PM Saturday May 3 *3:30 AM 10:30 AM *4:50 PM 11:10 PM Sunday May 4 *5:20 AM 11:25 AM *5:40 PM 11:55 PM Monday May 5 *6:10 AM 12:20 AM *6:30 PM Tuesday May 6 12:45 AM *6:55 PM 1:10 PM *7:20 PM Wednesday May 7 1:30 AM *7:45 AM 1:55 PM *8:10 PM Thursday May 8 2:25 AM *8:25 AM 2:35 PM *8:55 PM Owning a home outright is a dream that many Americans share. Having a mortgage can be a huge burden, and paying it off may be the first item on your financial todo list. But competing with the desire to own your home free and clear is your need to invest for retirement, your childs college education, or some other goal. Putting extra cash toward one of these goals may mean sacrificing another. So how do you choose? Evaluating the opportunity cost Deciding between prepaying your mortgage and investing your extra cash isnt easy, because each option has advantages and disadvantages. But you can start by weighing what youll gain financially by choosing one option against what youll give up. In economic terms, this is known as evaluating the opportunity cost. Heres an example. Lets assume that you have a $300,000 balance and 20 years remaining on your 30-year mortgage, and youre paying 6.25% interest. If you were to put an extra $400 toward your mortgage each month, you would save approximately $62,000 in interest, and pay off your loan almost 6 years early. By making extra payments and saving all of that interest, youll clearly be gaining a lot of financial ground. But before you opt to prepay your mortgage, you still have to consider what you might be giving up by doing so--the opportunity to potentially profit even more from investing. To determine if you would come out ahead if you invested your extra cash, start by looking at the after-tax rate of return you can expect from prepaying your mortgage. This is generally less than the interest rate youre paying on your mortgage, once you take into account any tax deduction you receive for mortgage interest. Once youve calculated that figure, compare it to the after-tax return you could receive by investing your extra cash. For example, the after-tax cost of a 6.25% mortgage would be approximately 4.5% if you were in the 28% tax bracket and were able to deduct mortgage interest on your federal income tax return (the aftertax cost might be even lower if you were also able to deduct mortgage interest on your state income tax return). Could you receive a higher after-tax rate of return if you invested your money instead of prepaying your mortgage? Keep in mind that the rate of return youll receive is directly related to the investments you choose. Investments with the potential for higher returns may expose you to more risk, so take this into account when making your decision. Stacy Bush, President Bush Wealth Management The Bush Wealth Advantage Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage or Invest? Our column, The Bush Wealth AdvantageŽ is our way of giving back to the community with all sorts of insights, relevant news, and practical wealth planning strategies. Stacy Bush has practiced independent financial advising in the Valdosta area for 14 years. Growing up on a farm in Donalsonville, Georgia, he is keen to the financial needs of South Georgia and North Florida families. Stacy and his wife, Carla, live in Valdosta with their four children. You can submit questions about this article to askstacybush@lpl.com Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC. The opinion voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provid e specific advice or recommendations for any individual. 866059 Lady Warriors Season Statistics

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c MOBILE HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED YARD SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED www.greenepublishing.com SERVICES Classifieds . . . . . 10 € Madison Enterprise-Recorder Friday, May 2, 2014 AUCTION FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 4/28/2014 THROUGH 5/4/2014 I am a retired nurse; and want to do private duty work with the elderly. If you can use me, I am available for any shift. Excellent references. 464-7276 (Cell).3/26 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.4/2 4/30, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veri“ed experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper of“ce is seeking an outstanding individual to join our sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper of“ce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.Too Much Junk? … Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? Let us make you an offer on it all … And we clean it up at the same time. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c We want your Ghosts!! We are collecting YOUR stories of Ghosts, Goblins, Spooks, Specters, Aliens, Haunted Houses, Paranormal Events, Angels, and any other Supernatural Tales from Madison County and surrounding counties. We want personal experiences, legends, and family traditions. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/cQueen Pillow Top Mattress and Box Set New, still in company plastic. $195 obo. (850) 596-6437.4/16 4/30, pdBusy medical practice looking for part-time medical assistance. Send resume to CIMG 293 W Base Street Madison, Fl 32340.4/16 4/30, c Set of four (4) “Weld” (Mountain Crusher) billet aluminum wheels 8 lug with bolt on center caps. Fits Dodge or Chevy. $200 OBO. Call (229) 460-5296.3/26 rtn, n/c A few chickens and a rooster for my yard. (850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/cStaff Assistant for North Florida Rural Health Workforce Development Network. See www.nfcc.edu for details.4/9 4/30, c Reduce your stress! 2 BD 2 BA home lawn maintenance, water, trash disposal, taxes, insurance all included in one year lease. Access to “shing lake and a secure semi-gated community in Madison, Fl. $700/month, $800 deposit. Accepting applications. (850) 464-7051 or 464-7052.4/30, 5/7, pd RN’s NEEDED!! If you love patient-centered health care with real relationships inside a company that encourages fun on and off the clock, then DaVita is the place for you. We offer career options to “t your lifestyle! DaVita has openings now in Madison, for RNs the hours are M-W-F 5 a.m. … 5 p.m. Dialysis experience is strongly preferred but DaVita will train. Why wait? Explore a career with DaVita today! Apply online at: http://careers.davita.com or contact Tiffy Christian at 877-482-7625. DaVita is an Equal Opportunity Employer. http://careers.davita.com 2011 DaVita Inc. All rights reserved.4/23, 4/30, c Primrose Oil Company, an organization since 1916, seeks sales reps for commercial, industrial, agricultural and construction accounts. Excellent commissions, opportunity for advancement w/bene“ts. Training provided. Email resume with current address included to Shawn Choate at schoate@primrose.com for info packet.4/25, 4/30, pd Advent Christian Village 658-5627 or www.acvillage.net Be Your Best Among the Best! LPNs & RNs Positions available in long-term care setting; unrestricted Florida license & knowledge of LTC regulation required; supervisory experience & LTC experience strongly preferred. Must be committed to personalized & compassionate elder care, maintain a minimum work schedule, maintain training requirements, and support & participate in multidisciplinary approach to patient care. CNAs – Full Time & Part Time Valid FL CNA certi“cate required; long-term care experience and knowledge of Florida LTC regulations preferred. Must be committed to personalized & compassionate elder care, maintain minimum work schedule, and maintain certi“cation and training. Competitive bene“ts plus access to onsite daycare and “tness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Of“ce Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., or fax resume/ credentials to (386) 658-5160. EOE / Drug-Free Workplace / Criminal background checks required.4/30, 5/7, c CNAs – Full Time 3 – 11 Competitive wages Bene“ts include health and dental insurance, PTO and more. Long term care experience preferred. Applications accepted weekdays 8 a.m. 4 p.m at Madison Health and Rehab 2481 West US 90 Madison, Fl., 32340. EOE F/M/D/V.4/30, 5/7, c AUCTION SATURDAY MAY 10 AT 6:30 P.M. MADISON AUCTION HOUSE. 1693 SW MOSELEY HALL RD (CR360) 850 973-1444 SELLING ITEMS FOR A MAJOR RETAILER. WE ALSO WILL HAVE A LICENSED GUN DEALER WITH GUNS AND KNIFES. SAVE OVER STORE PRICES AND HAVE SOME FUN. WE ARE AIR CONDITIONED 10% BUYERS PREMIUM. 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CYAN MAYELLOW BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Odd Eve U U new new Odd Eve U U new new www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 2, 2014 Madison Enterprise-Recorder € 11 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com and at www.oridapublicnotices.com ----Legals---IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2013-272-CA MICHAEL J. GRIFFIN LOIS J. GRIFFIN 268 Griffin Pond lane Nashville, GA 31639 Plaintiffs, vs.FORECLOSURE AND OTHER RELIEF JAMES L. LINDSEY CHARLES R, LINDSEY 8881 Rosehill Dr. South Jacksonville, FL 32221; unknown tenants; and other unknown parties in possession, including the unknown spouse of any person in possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased, the surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under or against that Defendant, and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the named or described Defendants, Defendants. _______________________________/ NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1), FLORIDA STATUTES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered on April 22, 2014, in the above styled action I, TIM SANDERS, Clerk of the Court, will sell at public sale the following described real property: Lot 14, River Country, an unrecorded subdivision lying in Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 11 East, Madison County, Florida. Also described as: Lot 14 of River Country Subdivision, a subdivision as more particularly described in the Declaration of Restrictions and Protective Covenants as recorded in OR Book 136, Page 216, of the Public Records of Madison County, Florida. The sale will be held on May 15, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as possible, provided that said sale must be commenced prior to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the West door of the courthouse in Madison County, in Madison, Florida, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the owner of the above described property as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Sondra Williams, court administrator, Post Office Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056, telephone:(386)758-2163, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated:April 22, 2014. TIM SANDERS, As Clerk of the Court By: /s/Renata Keeling As Deputy Clerk April 25, 2014 and May 2, 2014 4/25, 5/2 April 25, 2014 and May 2, 2014 4/25, 5/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 2013-CA-000222 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS OF THE CWABS INC., ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-22, Plaintiff, vs. JONATHAN FERRELL, et. al. Defendant(s), ____________________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE TO: JONATHAN S. FERRELL AND THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JONATHAN S. FERRELL whose residence is unknown if he/she/they be living; and if he/she/they be dead, the unknown defendants who may be spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all parties claiming an interest by, through, under or against the Defendants, who are not known to be dead or alive, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property: An undivided One half interest in and to the following: Commence at the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Sesction12, Township 2 North, Range 9 East, Madison County, Florida, and Run Thence North 00degs.53 mins. East (D.O.T.) Bearing Base) 1129.38’ to the Point of Beginning, from said Point of Beginning continue Thence North 00degs. 53 mins. East 187.34’, Thence North89 degs. 49 mins. 20 secs. East 464.0’ to the centerline of a proposed 30’roadway.Thence South 00degs. 53 mins. West along said centerline 188.26’, Thence leaving said roadway, run South 89 degs. 56 mins. 08 secs. West 464.0 to the Point of Beginning, containing 2.0 acres, more or less. The exact quantity of land or number of acres and/or square feet contained within the property described herein is not guaranteed by this company has been “led against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on counsel for Plaintiff, whose address is 6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Florida 33487 on or before ______________/(30 days from Date of First Publication of this Notice) and “le the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition “led herein. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court at County, Florida, this 17 day of April 2014. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY:/s/ Ramona Dickinson DEPUTY CLERK ROBERTSON, ANSCHUTZ, AND SCHNEID, PL ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 6409 CONGRESS AVENUE, SUITE 100 BOCA RATON, FL 334874/25, 5/2 5/2, 5/9 5/2, 5/9

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