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Our 143rd Year, Number 50

Friday, August 15,2008

Madison, Florida

__-__ Man Found Guilty On Sex Charges

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Church 11 Madison History 10
Classifieds 18 Outdoors 12
FunPage 14 T.V. Guide 15-17

On Tuesday, August 12,
twelve Madison County jurors
deliberated for 13 minutes be-
fore finding 36-year-old Ray-
mond E. Reynolds guilty as
charged on all six counts. The
charges included capital sexu-
al battery on a five-year-old.
According to a statement
released from Madison County
Sheriff's Captain Mark W.
Joost. on Monday, August 7,
2006, a friend of the victim
contacted the Madison County
Sheriff's Office to report their
suspicions of sexual and phys-
ical abuse. Corporal Josh M.
Harris conducted a prelimi-
nary investigation and he
placed Reynolds under arrest
for Child Abuse. The victim
was the five-year-old daughter
of Reynolds' girlfriend. The in-

vestigation revealed that the
five-year-old's six-year-old and
12-year-old brothers were also
apparently victims of sexual
abuse by Reynolds.
Reynolds lived with his
girlfriend and her three chil-
dren and he was frequently
alone with the children while
his girlfriend went to work.....
Due to the nature of the allega-
tions and the preliminary in-
formation, additional inter-
views and a forensic medical
examination was performed.
On Wednesday, August 9.
2006. Captain Mark W. Joost,
the Chief Investigator for the
sheriff's office, conducted sev-
eral interviews of Reynolds.
As a result of these interviews,
Reynolds was subsequently
charged with Sexual Battery
On A Child Under 12 Years Of

Domestic Violence Discussed

As CALL Holds
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Citizens Against Legalizing
Liquor (CALL) held its third
meeting on Monday evening,
August 11. at the Madison
County Courthouse.
Sheriff Pete Bucher, chair-
man, welcomed everyone to the
meeting and Gene Stokes, vice-
chairman, said the opening
prayer. Linda Howell, secretary,
read the minutes of the previ-
ous meeting. Willy Gamalero,
chairman of the finance com-
mittee, presented the financial
report. Connie &trickland, trea-
surer, was not at the meeting.
Stokes introduced a num-
ber of talking points on the al-
cohol issue to present when
group members are discussing
the issue with others.
One of the talking points
discussed was the great in-
crease in the number of domes-
tic violence cases where liquor
and beer are involved. Bucher
estimated that the sheriff's of-
fice's domestic violence calls
could go down by as much as 50
percent if alcohol was removed.
The talking points included
the fact that if the group pro-
moting the petition to get an

Third Meeting
initiative on the ballot legaliz-
ing the sale of hard liquor and
wine, it will cost the county tax-
payers at least $25,000;
Revenue generation for
Madison County would be min-
imal. The county business li-
cense costs $13 per year. A
restaurant license is based on
seating capacity The cost of the
license would run from $30-
$82.50 per year. If there are any
ad valorem and tangible proper-
ty tax, it would go to the county.
Liquor license proceeds
would go directly to the state.
The cost for the first year would
be $10,700, with the bulk of the
fee going towards education to
inform people of the dangers of
The county would only re-
ceive one-and-a-half sales tax.
Six percent of the sales tax
would go to the state. One-half
cent of the money would be ear-
marked for infrastructure debt
retirement, one-half cent for
new hospital debt retirement
and one-half cent for EMS.
Stokes pointed out that
75,000 deaths are attributed to
alcohol use each year in the
Please see CALL,
Page 3A

Funds To Be Presented For Landfill

Funds appropri-
ated by the Florida
Legislature this
year for the
Greenville Landfill
will be presented to
the town by Rep.
Will Kendrick (R-
Carrabelle) on
Tuesday, August 19,
The ceremony
will be held at City
Hall at 2:00 p.m.
Everyone is invited
to attend and sup-
port local efforts to
provide support for
this ongoing pro-
"These funds
will provide a
boost to the
ongoing ef-
forts of the
Town of
Greenville to
work toward
a long term
goal of recla-
mation of the
Old Town
said Rep.

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The Town of
Greenville will re-
ceive $116,000.00 for
ground water moni-
toring required un-
der Florida Depart-
rnent of Environ-
mental Protection
standards. The
semi-annual moni-
toring is at a cost of
$30,000 annually for
the town but is es-
sential until fund-
ing is available for a
permanent solu-

properly remov-
ing the solid waste

from the abandoned
site will allow for
reclaiming the site
for a productive use.
The Town of
Greenville will con-
tinue efforts in the
future at the state
level to obtain fund-
ing for reclamation
of the landfill.
Others antici-
pated to be in atten-
dance for the pre-
sentation of cere-
monial checks are
Members of the
Legislative Delega-
tion, local officials,
and community

Age, Attempted Sexual Battery
On A Child Under 12 Years Of
Age, Lewd And Lascivious Act
Upon A Child Under 12 Years
Of Age and Child Abuse for
crimes perpetrated against the
five-year-old girl. Reynolds was
charged with Lewd And Las-
civious Act Upon A Child Un-
der 12 Years Of Age against
thd six-year-old boy and Lewd
Or Lascivious Conduct/Solici-
tation against the 12-year-old.
Reynolds has remained in
the Madison County Jail since
August of 2006.
Assistant State Attorney
Melissa Blackwell presented
the case to the jury during the
one-day trial on Tuesday.
Reynolds' sentencing date
has not been set, but he faces
life in prison.


And Board

Chair Looking

For Great 2008
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County Stiperin-
tendent of Schools Lou Miller
and Board Chair VeEtta Ha-
gan met at the district office
on August 7 to discuss the op-
portunities and challenges fac-
ing the district in the: upcom-
ing school year. Last year, sig-
nificant testing improvements
at several schools coincided
with four key staff vacancies,
leaving the Superintendent
and Board with the daunting
task of replacing administra-
tive and instructional staff
over the summer, not to men-
tion dealing with new budget
constraints. In the end, how-
ever, both Miller and Hagan
agreed that momentum would
continue into the 2008-2009
school year.
"The people are in place to
continue the many gains made
last year. We are pleased with
the teamwork anid look for-
ward with enthusiasm," Ha-
gan noted.
Miller agreed, adding, 'All
the- schools, especially
Greenville, made enormous
strides last year. Lee improved
as well and Pinetta main-
tained an A. Both the Central
School and High School im-
proved and both were just shy
of the next testing level as
well. We will continue to im-
plement key programs to en-
sure those improvements,
throughout the district."
As Chair of the five-mem-
ber School Board, Hagan ac-
knowledges that she gets an
earful of the good and the bad
along the way, admittedly
more of the latter because, peo-
ple rarely take as much time to
mention a compliment as they
do a complaint.
"That's part of the job. We
are paid professionals that un-
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Friday, August 15, 2008

An older
person gets a
letter in the
mail. He does-
n't under-
stand it but
the letter en-
courages him
to fill out the
other side and
send it in to an address that is unfamil-
iar to him. Thinking that it is something
from the government, he signs it and
sends it back.
A young woman, who enjoys the par-
ty life, gets the same letter. She reads it
and it seems to be good to her. "Party
on," she says as she signs the back of
the letter, places a 42-cent stamp on it
and sends it to the address.
A restaurant owner, who has been
too busy to pay attention to anything
other than his profit margin, reads the
letter signs in and sends it back.
A young man, who has just turned
18, thinks that it is his first time to make
an important decision and signs the
back of the letter and sends it back.
Later,. the older person finds out
what he has signed. He is upset that
someone would try to take advantage of
him. He finds a way to remove his name
from the list but it's too late.
A week after signing the form, the
young woman finds put she's pregnant.
It had happened after a wild night of
drinking and partying. Four years later,
a drunk driver who was able to get the
liquor at a local liquor store, kills her
and her daughter as he runs a red light
in downtown Madison.
A couple of years later, the restau-
rant owner who had been making huge
amounts of money, sees money shifted
from his business to another one, which
serves hard liquor and hard drinks, in-
stead of iced tea and soft drinks.

the night
that the
.. liquor
Jacob Bemb referen-
d um
the 18-
is cele-
brating with friends when a drunk dri-
ver hits the car they are in. All four die
at the scene.
The above is an illustration. Similar
things could happen, but I pray not. If
North Florida is in the Bible Belt, then
MadisonCounty is certainly the buckle
of the Bible Belt. That is something we
should beiproud of and promote, instead
of trying to introduce hard liquor into
the county through a ballot initiative.
There will be no serious economic bene-
fit to Madison County, only. to those who
sell the alcohol. It doesn't benefit every-
one and it's not even something we
should consider.
I urge my readers to exercise their
own good judgment when considering
the petitions to. legalize liquor, which
are misleading. That may have been
done by design. I don't know. I do know
the best way to deal with the petition is
to sijiply shred it and throw it away. If
anyone tells you that you are un-Ameri-
can or unpatriotic by doing so, simply
tell them you are exercising your First
Amendment rights and that is simply a
vote you are casting at this phase of the
legislative process. If you have signed
one by mistake or have changed your
mind, please contact Gene Stokes at 973-
8607 or 971-5774 for information on how
to get your name removed from the peti-
Remember, Madison County is a
great place to live and a great place to
visit: Let's keep it clean and safe!

- W UP

Yo lSnowe irI Ben Ti
Sheree Miller


Suminer vacation is
coming to a close as Madi-
son County schools will
be starting up on Monday.
Rerouting of buses and
heavy traffic flow may be
present during peak
morning and afternoon
hours, so it is best to plan
ahead and give yourself
extra time for your own
commute to work and
such, as you may run into
unexpected bus stops anid
slow moving traffic. Don't
forget to use caution and
slow down within all the
school zones.
In my travels around
the county, I've noticed a
lot of high grass along the
county's roadsides. I real-
ize that we've been saving
the county's tax money by
not mowing as often due
to the high fuel prices. I
understand why this is
important, but I believe
for the safety of all the
children standing on the
side of the roads waiting
for school buses, I do hope
that they will be mowed
by Monday.
This grandma will be-
gin home-schooling my
grandchildren this week.
At least for the four-year-
old pre-kindergarten this
year as they were turned
away, due to lack of space
in the public school sys-
tem and they scored too
high on the screening. I
suppose it works on a
need be system, from
what I understand. That's
all right they will be more
than ready for kinder-
garten next year. I only

hope that the schools will
be ready for them.
I hope everyone sur-
vived the strong storms
that passed ; through
Madison County
Wednesday afternoon.
I'm not sure how other
areas faired, but the
Cherry Lake area en-
dured some .mighty
strong winds and rain.
We lost three trees our-
selves, and I heard there

were more that fell
across roads and wires
causing some brief pow-
er outages.
Well, it seems that
summer vacation is over
but the hot temperatures
will probably linger for a
couple more months.
Then it will be time once
again to think about the
fast approaching holi-
days throughout the re-
mainder of the year.

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Friday, August 15, 2008

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Diann Douglas J-;
CGuest Columnist -

Stay Hydrated In This

Summer Heat
I was just thinking last week, the heat and humidity
has not been oppressive this summer. Of course, sum-
mer is not over and if you thought the heat and humidi-
ty hasn't been too bad so far, this week of high tempera-
tures and a heat index over 1000 has reminded me we do
live in Florida where the summers are hot. During
these periods of high temperatures, you need to be cau-
tious about dehydration which can lead to serious com-
plications. Water, an essential nutrient, is the best
choice to keep hydrated during summer heat.
'"Cbnsuming water throughout the day is especially
importantt in our hot Florida weather. In normal every-
day activity you may lose 8 to 12 cups of water per day;
this loss needs to be replaced. Experts suggest men
need 12 cups of fluids daily and women need about 9
cups. Many factors, however, play a role and may in-
crease the need for more water. Exercise, hot weather,
caffeine and alcohol will increase fluid loss, which
means you need to increase your intake of fluid.
Nutritionists recommend most of your fluid needs
should be met by drinking water. To ensure an adequate
amount, drinks at least 8 cups of water each day The
rest of your fluid requirements can be met from other
sources beverages, 100% juice and milk. Even fruits
and vegetables contain water. Be aware, however, caf-
feinated beverages and soda do not increase your body
fluid because the caffeine in these drinks acts as a di-
uretic and actually causes a water loss.
Keeping hydrated is as simple as drinking plain wa-
ter from the tap. Drink water throughout the day to
maintain a fluid balance. Getting an adequate daily in-
take of water is as important to a balanced diet as eating
a variety of foods from all of the food groups. Commu-
nicating for Good Health suggests the following,
*Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning be-
fore you have a cup of coffee.
Carry water bottles wherever you go, drink from it
*For every cup of caffeinated coffee, tea 'or soda,
drink a cup of water.
*Choose decaffeinated coffee, tea or soda.
In a restaurant, order a glass of water with a
Drink a glass of water before each meal or snack.
If you are outside working or exercising, carry a
bottle of water and be sure to take a drink often.


derstanrd the roles and responsibili-
ties of leadership in the district.
When an issue arises, we make sure
the Superintendent is made aware
and remain available for feedback
and future consideration as re-
quired," Hagan explained.
Faced with hiring at least ten
new instructors, four key adminis-
trators and several district staff,
there is certainly no shortage of
opinions and complaints. Making
matters more difficult is the practi-
cal reality that candidates mostly
know one another, making broad
satisfaction virtually impossible.
But again, even under sometimes-
awkward circumstances at times,
Miller and Hagan recognize that the
key is fairness in the selection
Another challenge that both
Miller and Hagan are determined to
overcome is the consistent decrease
in enrollment the'district has expe-
rienced this decade. A combination
of population and cultural change,
parents have also elected more often
to put their children in faith-based
and private schools, this in spite of


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A Shared Thought
By Ted Ensminger
Have you ever started
thinking about something
and you just couldn't get it
out of your head? I have
been wrestling with one of
these thoughts for the past
couple of weeks, so per-
haps, to-get it out of my
mind, I'll put it into yours.
During the treachery that
was World War I, some-
body said, "There are no
atheists in a foxhole." I
guess the first several
times I heard these words
I chuckled, just like most
folks do. And I chuckled
not so much because I
consider it funny, but be-
cause I consider it an un-
derstatement. Surely, any-
one caught in the heat of
battle, with destruction
and death so close they
can see it, surely everyone
would turn to the Lord in
prayer for protection and
grace. Right?
"There are no atheists
in a foxhole."
The reality is, I can't
get this thought out of my
mind because I keep think-
ing about that foxhole.
And why, you asked, can I
not stop thinking about
that foxhole? -Good ques-
tion. Because with the
help and prayers of so
many good people, espe-
cially some who attend
our church, I have person-
ally just been helped out of
a foxhole! And with that, I


realized how important a
foxhole is, especially when
you need one. And how
foxholes can be found
everywhere, not just in a
battlefield, not just in bat-
tle, they can be found in
life. And oh, the feeling
when its "safe" to come out
of the foxhole!
Webster defines the
word foxhole as "a hole
dug in the ground as a pro-
tection against enemy
Make notice that Web-
ster does not define the
foxhole as "the" protection
against enemy gunfire,
just "a" protection. As
Christians know, there are
And also take notice
that the definition does
not say anything about
protection from falling
bombs, missiles or
grenades. A foxhole is sim-
ply as close to "far away"
as a soldier can get in the
presence of the fear for his
life. It is where he goes
when he can't go away
Life has foxholes as
well. Who hasn't experi-
enced a time in their life
when they wished there
was a hole they could go
jump into for some kind of
protection? In the absence
of a hole, perhaps we seek
shelter behind some kind
of emotional wall.
But then I asked my-
self, "Who do I personally
know that right now is in

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United States and excessive alcohol u.seis the third lead-
ing lifestyle-related cause of death in the nation. In 200?,
there were two million hospitalizations and over four
million emergency room visits for alcohol-related condi-
Natonwide, Stokes noted, for every dollar received
in taxes from the sale of alcohol, the cost to society is $3
to $5, representing at least a two-dollar deficit.
It was noted also that one of the points that the
group promoting the petition to legalize liquor is using
is the "Valdosta trip myth." The group maintains that
people will stop going to stores in Valdosta, Ga. if they
have liquor readily available in Madison County Anoth-
er myth talked about was the interstate corridor myth.
Members of the group maintain that restaurants, which
serve liquor, such as Applebee's and Chili's, will locate
along the 1-10 corridor if the county is wet. It was noted
that consumers never see those restaurants near inter-
state exits. The restaurant shift was also mentioned,
saying that if the county brings in new restaurants, the
money simply shifts from one facility to another.
Bucher addressed a charge that Elmer Spear, who
founded the group pushing for alcohol to be legalized,
has alleged. Spear has claimed to the media and to sev-
eral people that two county residents had threatened
him. He also claimed to the media that he had given the
names to Bucher.
"He's not given me the names of any people who
have threatened him," Bucher said. "He is being un-
truthful when he says that he had. I tried to get him to
file a report but he refused. You can tell anyone you
want that I said that he is being untruthful."
After Rev. Octavious Tookes said the closing prayer,
several sub-committees met and spoke with each other
and discussed game plans for each group.

cont from page 1A

the expanded resources and pro-
grams available in the public sys-
"I want all parents to know that
the district schools are working and
that there are a lot of young, quali-
fied teachers entering the district
that are eager, dedicated and very
capable of teaching. In addition to
the experienced staff that led last
year's progress, these new instruc-
tors .have studied in a modern col-
lege environment and now they are
ready to bring these new modern
methods to students throughout the
district," Hagan noted.
The Central School is a particu-
lar point of focus due to its size and
in the simple fact that all county ele-
mentary schools feed into it. Chil-
dren basically grow up there, as sev-
eral hundred kids per year literally
go through puberty while attending.
This combination of academic and
social demands creates a unique
mix of priorities that Miller and
school administrators are prepared
to address.
"Grade Level Houses and Small
Learning Communities are among

the strategic structures that have
been set up at the Central School to
meet the teaching and learning
goals established for the new school
year," Miller noted
"The demands placed on school
systems by the No Child Left Behind
process are significant. In fact, none
of the 67 counties in Florida made
Adequate Yearly Progress, more
commonly known as AYP What this
means is that the bar has been set
'high. However, we have tremendous
confidence in the fine men and
women that administer, teach and
care for the students, including all
the great volunteers as well. We can
never thank them enough," she
went on to say.
"The Board wants to join the Su-
perintendent in welcoming students
and parents back to school. We also
encourage everyone to visit his or
her school on the appointed day in
preparation for the start on August
18th. We also invite everyone to
come out to Madison County High
School on August 22nd for the big
kick-off celebration," Hagan con-

some land of a foxhole?
Who do I know that is so
deep in trouble, in despair,
in hurt, in fear, that they
are trembling at the
thought of the next incom-
ing round?"
When I started asking
myself that question, sev-
eral people came to mind.
One is a person who is
struggling with finances,
another who is coping
with physical pain, yet an-
other is a married couple
wrestling with the depth
of their love for one an-
We find many reasons
to seek refuge in our own
personal "foxhole". And
sometimes those reasons
come at us in rapid fire.
Imagine the relief a
lone soldier feels when
one of his buddies jumps
into the foxhole with him.
He may or may not actual-
ly be "safer". Yet, some-
how, knowing that some-
body is with him, facing
his troubles as an ally and
as a friend, somehow the
soldier begins to feel that
just maybe he is going to
make it out of this mess.
In life, there's not
much that can compare to
someone finding a hand
when they need someone
to reach out to. There is
not much that can com-
pare to the relief that
someone feels when they
realize that they. are not
fighting the battle alone.
And there is nothing that
can compare to the discov-
ery that when you jumped
into that foxhole, God was

already there!
May we as Christians,
and as church that
stretches out beyond its
walls, be the leaders in
our community in identi-
fying those that we can
reach out to and bring
into God's love and protec-
tion. Be there none afraid
in their loneliness or de-
spair, which are within
our reach. Amen.
Brown Bag Ministry
Continues this ministry
is sponsored by the United
Methodist Ministries and
is for the purpose of pro-
viding local Seniors in
need with food. Bring
non-perishable food items
to the Fellowship Hall and
leave in the large brown
baskets. Food is collected
and distributed the fourth
week of each month.
Thrift Shop- Volun-
teers This is a great min-
istry and an excellent way
to meet new people! Folks
are needed to prepare do-
nated items for sale and to
man the shop during busi-
ness hours. Interested?
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Cup Retreat Scheduled
for Friday, August 22
through Sunday, August
24, at George T. Bagby
Lodge, Ft. Gaines, GA.
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law will be the presenter!
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additional fee you can
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know more, see Pastor
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fice at 973-6295.

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Lar Enfotcmicnt & Rgional Crime

Friday, August 15, 2008

Santa Rosa County Man Pleads Guilty To Federal

Charges Of Child Pornography Possession

and transportation. Ken-
neth W. Force was earlier
indicted on these counts
by a federal grand jury af-
ter he was arrested by the
Attorney General's Cyber-

Alisha JanaB Robinson Disorderly conduct, tres-
pass after warning
Rodger Pernell Gaines Order revoking condi-
tional release
Talisa Demetrius Ulee Criminal registration
Ruben Morales Trejo No valid or expired dri-
vers license
Carney Delmano McCray Possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of cocaine, driving while
license suspended
Amos Thomas Possession of drug parapherna-
lia, possession of cocaine
Melissa Ann Snyder Possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession of cocaine
Jayson Thomas Messer Improper exhibition of
a dangerous weapon
Michael Lavern Angel Domestic violence/bat-
Emilio Alvarez DUI
Kimberly Ann Mixer (Angel) DUI (refusal_
Christopher Matthew Butler DUI
Charlotte Elizabeth McIntosh Domestic vio-
Charlotte Elizabeth McIntosh Child endanger-
Melissa Pellet Taylor VOP (circuit)
Jerry Lacadrick Miller Disorderly conduct
Arturo Aquino Romero No valid or expired dri-
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Stanley Leon Brown Criminal registration (sex-
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Crime Unit and the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice in April.
Force's possession of
multiple images of child
pornography was discov-
ered through an investiga-
tion initiated by the Lake
County Sheriff's Office
and continued by the Cy-
berCrime Unit. Force, 46,
admitted he used the in-
ternet to "chat" from. De-
cember 2007 through Feb-
ruary 2008 with someone
he thought was the parent

of young children, but in-
stead was an undercover
deputy sheriff. During
those chats, Force solicit-
ed the "parent" for sex
with the parent's young
children and transmitted
images of child pornogra-
phy to the undercover in-
vestigator. He also used a
webcam to send live im-
ages of himself perform-
ing sex acts. The case was
referred to. the Cyber-
Crime Unit when it was
determined Force lived in

Santa Rosa County.
A search warrant was
executed at Force's
Navarre residence by the
CyberCrime Unit and the
Santa Rosa County Sher-
iff's Office, and two com-
puters were seized, along
with 12 disks. Law en-
forcement officers on the
scene discovered at least
10 images of child
pornography, many of
children appearing to be
no more than 10 years of

Force will be sen-
tenced by Senior United
States District Judge
Roger Vinson on October
21, 2008. He faces a
mandatory minimum of
five years in prison, up to
a maximum of 20 years in
prison, and a life term of
supervised release there-
after. The case is being
prosecuted by the U.S. At-
torney's Office for the
Northern District of

Attorney General Reaches $1 Million Agreement With

International Cell Phone Content Provider

Attorney General Bill
McCollum announced
that his office has reached
a $1 million settlement
with a Hong Kong-based
company that creates and
distributes content for
cell phones. Building on
earlier agreements with
advertising networks and
a major wireless carrier,
the agreement with Mo-
bileFunster, Inc., which
does business as FunMo-
bile, is
the first CyberFraud
agreement the Attorney
General's Office has nego-
tiated with a mobile con-
tent provider and address-
es another link in a busi-
ness model that includes
wireless carriers, billing
aggregators, advertising
networks, and content
providers like FunMobile.
"As the first content
provider to adopt adver-
tising standards created
by this office, FunMobile
has clearly stated its in-
tent to lead mobile con-
tent providers in setting
new marketing standards
that will benefit Florida
consumers and cell phone
users nationwide," said
Attorney General McCol-
The large number of
CyberFraud complaints
prompted the Attorney
General to transition his
CyberFraud Task Force to
a permanent CyberFraud
section within his Eco-
nomic Crimes Division.
These complaints also led
to a widespread investiga-
tion which revealed thou-
sands of cell phone con-
sumers had received
charges on their cell
phone bills for third party
services or content they
did not authorize. FunMo-
bile provides mobile con-
tent, usually ringtones or
wallpaper for an individ-
ual's cell phone, which
was marketed by way of
internet advertising that
,often failed to clearly and

conspicuously describe
the price and terms of
service for the content.
Often, the content,
which is usually adver-
tised as "free," results in
customers unwittingly be-
ing signed up for costly
monthly subscriptions.
Today's agreement
with FunMobile requires
that the price of cell
phone content or services
and 'other material terms
of purchase be conspicu-
ously disclosed on all on-
line ordering screens. The
new standard will ensure
that consumers will see
and comprehend the
terms and conditions of
the, purchase offered
In addition to the new
injunctive standard, the
agreement also provides
for a payment of $1 mil-
lion to the Attorney Gen-
,eral to be used to fund
additional investigations
into CyberFraud and to
further CyberSafety edu-
cation. The Attorney Gen-
eral encouraged any Flori-
da consumers who believe
they have been victimized
by unauthorized charges
for mobile content to con-

tact their wireless cell
phone carrier for refunds.
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ment agreement with
FunMobile is available

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August 16
The Cherry Lake Volun-
teer Fire & Rescue, Inc. will
be hosting a Fish Fry/Cake
auction/ political rally
fund-raiser at 5:30 p.m. The
cost will be $7.00 for a fish
fry supper. They will be
serving Fried Fish, grits,
hush puppies, french fries
and baked beans. If you
would like to reserve a fish
dinnerss, please call 850-
929-2354 (fire station and
leave a message). Please
leave your name, contact
phone # and a number of
fish dinners desired, or con-
tact your favorite Cherry
Lake Fire Rescue fireman.
August 16

The spirit of Greenville
will be having a 2009 Inde-
pendence Day fundraiser
for next years fireworks in
Haffye Hays Park on Satur-
day with dinner from 1 to 2
August 22
There will be a Senior
Adult Heath Expo on Au-
gust 22 from 10 a.m. 1:30
p.m. This event will be held
at the Greenville Senior
Center. There will be free
food, info and door prizes
(must be present to win) at
the Health Expo. Represen-
tatives will be there from:
health Insurance, hearing
screening, nutrition educa-
tion, local banks, genealogy


August 15, 1958
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Jones and daughter, Cindy of De-
mopolis, Ala., are here on a vacation trip visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hodnett.
Betty Jean Gibson entertained a number of her
young friends at a slumber party Friday night at her
Miss Nancy Dailey from Columbia, S.C., was the
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs' Anderson Day in

August 16, 1968
After almost forty-three years in the laundry and
dry-cleaning business, Mr. Fred Mickler has decided to
take things a little easier.
Mrs. W.T. Davis entertained the Helen Parramore
Circle Monday afternoon at her home with 15 members
present. Mrs. Rosa Hay was a visitor.
Mrs. C.E. Dickey will begin her new job as Director
of Practical Nursing School at the Adult Education Cen-
ter on August 15. On August 4 she completed 14 years of
service at the Madison County,Healt4, lJ p'adff"iit.. .

August 18, 1978
T.H. Greene lost his sawmill by fire last Saturday af-
ternoon at his place 1 '/% miles south of Madison on the
Troy Road. The fire was thought to have originated from
a pile of edge strips. Mr. Greene estimated his loss at
$4,000 with no insurance.
Cheap gas, friend! Regular high test premium gas
$.17 at Ragans Motor Co.
Mack King, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack King,
was baptized at the Sunday morning service at the
Madison Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Jordan Brad-

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Norman (Rocky) M.
Kauffman, 54, of Lady
Lake, was taken from us on
Tuesday, August 5, 2008 in
a tragic motorcycle acci-
Rocky was born in Lex-
ington, Ohio where he
lived till 1984. In that time,
he helped his parents farm
and worked side by side
with his father and their
Harley Davidson Motorcy-
cle Shop. He then moved to
Madison and later moved
to Lady Lake.
Rocky was owner/op-
erator of Kauffman and
Son Trucking for 25 years
and was the owner of KSC
Performance Cycle in Bel-
He loved riding his
Harley Davidson motorcy-
cles and was involved in
cycling all his life. He was
a member of Hog and All
Harley Davidson Drag Rac-
ing Association.
He is survived be his
wife, Michelle A.; a daugh-
ter, Amanda Chiodo (Jeff)
of Wildwood; a son, Timo-
thy (Vanessa) of Fort
Lauderdalb Beach; two
grandchildren, Sidney and
Ethan; his parents, Wayne
and Patricia Kauffman of
Madison; a grandmother,
Katherine Kauffman of
Mansfield, Ohio; four sis-
ters, Becky Rinehart (Low-
ell) of Lee, Cindy Calhoun
(Joe), of Butler, Ohio,
Waynette Chase (Mike) of
Lexington, Ohio and Kathy
Floyd (Randy) of
Greenville; and many
nieces and nephews.
He will be missed by
his family and many, many
Memorial Services
were held on Saturday, Au-
gust 9, at 11 a.m., at Beyers
Funeral Chapel in Lady
Lake, with John Herring
Memorial donations
can be made to a memorial
fund in Norman Kauff-
man's name to the family.
Beyers Funeral Home
and Crematory of Lady
Lake was in charge of the

memory screening and
alzheimer's info. This event
is for all Seniors and Care-
givers. For more informa-
tion contact (850)-948-2684 or
August 23
Hamburg / Lovett Vol-

Eugene T.

Eugene T. Guess, age
61, died Tuesday, August 12,
2008, in Lake City.
Funeral services will
be Thursday, August 14, at 4
p.m., at Beggs Funeral
Home in Madison with
burial at Hayes Cemetery
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, August
13, from 6-8 p.m., at Beggs
Funeral Home. Donations
may be made to American
Cancer Society, 241 John
Knox Rd. Tallahassee,
FL.32303 or Lake City VA
Medical Center, Voluntary
Services, 619 S. Marion
Ave., Lake City. Florida
He was a Member of
Madison High School Class
of "66 Red Devils," Madi-
son Country Club, Yellow
Pine Breakfast Social Club,
past member and president
of Madison County Athlet-
ic Booster Club, Founding
Member of Madison Coun-
ty Diamond Club, Former
Grand Elk of Madison
BPOE, and an avid hunter,
fisherman and Cowboy
Football fan. He was a
member of Lee United
Methodist Church. He re-
tired from Johnson and
Johnson Transport, and
was a veteran of Vietnam.
He is survived by his
wife, Ramona Mercer
Guess: one son, Grady
(Ashlee) Guess of Tallahas-
see; one daughter, Gena
Guess of Philadelphia, PA;
one brother, Harrison J.
Guess of Tallahassee;
three sisters, Bernice Bo-
denstein and Jo Wesson
both of Madison and Marie
(Wilbur) Selph of Jasper;
one granddaughter, Aren
Guess; mother-in-law,
Frances Mercer; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Har-
rison and Mildred Guess
and father-in-law, Ray-
mond Mercer.

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unteer Fire Department
will be hosting a peanut
boil. Contact Jeff Norris
(948-1674) for information.
August 23
Crabb Revival, one of
American's most exciting
groups, will be in concert at
the Lake City Church of
God on Saturday August 23,
at 7 p.m. A $7 Donation is re-
quested at the door plus a
free-will offering will be re-
ceived. For more informa-
tion, please call (850) 464-
0114 or (904) 472-7865, or vis-
i t
September 5
The MCHS Class of 1983
will meet at the Elks Lodge
for drinks (cash bar) and
heavy Hors d'oeuvers
around 3:30-4:00. They can
go to the football game and
then return after the game
to continue their visiting.
September 6
The MCHS Class of 1983
will be at Divine Events at 7
until about midnight.
There will be more heavy
Hors d'oeuvers, drinks (an-
other cash bar), dancing
and lots of visiting. The
price per couple is $75.00.
and $40 for singles. You can
make your checks out to
"MCHS class of 1983 and
mail them to MCHS Class of
1983, 146 SE Pope Avenue,
Madison, Florida 32340.
We need to receive your pay-
ment no later than August
15, 2008.
For more information call
Edith Watson Read at 636-
293-1304, Sheri Stokes Little-
ton at (850)464-0322, or Alan
Sowell at (850)-973-2701.
September 9-10
There will be free
Prostate Cancer screening
on September 9-10 from 9
a.m.-4 p.m. This event will
be held at the Southeastern
Urological Center located at
2000 Centre Point Blvd., Tal-
lahassee. Call the Tallahas-
see Memorial Cancer center
beginning August 4 at 431-
(ICAN) to register.
September 13
Bible Deliverance
Church will be hosting a
gospel concert featuring
southern gospel's newest
group, LifeSong, on Satur-
day, September 13, at 7 p.m.
Admission is free. All pro-
ceeds will go to benefit the.
church's building fund. For
more information, call
David Cooper at (850) 929-
October 10
General Election Politi-
cal Rally will be held at the
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Catron or Wendy Branham
for information. All candi-
dates whose names will be
on the November General
Election ballot will have an
opportunity to speak 3-5
minutes. Complete details
to follow.
October 11
The Yeomans Family
and LifeSong will be in con-
cert at the Lee City Hall
Pavilion on Saturday Octo-
ber 11, at 7 p.m. The concert
is free to everyone! Conses-
sions will be available. For
more information, please
call (850) 464-0114 or (904)
October 24
Mike and Kelly Bowling
and Lifesong will be in con-
cert at Yogi Bear's Jelly-
stone Park in Madison on
Friday October 24, at 7 p.m.
A $7 Donation is requested
at the door plus a free-will
offering will be received.
For more information,
please call (850) 464-0114 or
(904) 472-7865, or visit
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StouMnb mifan Count,

Friday, August 15, 2008

Quit Smoking Now Class Celebrates Cessation

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Friends and family of graduates of the "Quit Smok-
ing Now" class that was held at Lee City Hall for six
weeks, concluding July 31, gathered for dinner and lots
of encouragement following their choice to drop the
dreaded habit that still grips millions of Floridians and
billions worldwide. The Big Bend Area Health Educa-
tion Center (AHEC) sponsored the smoking cessation
workshop under the regional direction of Preston Math-
ews, who has quickly proven himself as an exceptional-
ly effective program organizer and administrator.
"The key to quitting is building an organized sup-
port system and new men-
tal outlook that drives
back the addictive feel-
ings. Quit Smoking Now
was designed by ex-smok- fj
ers to do just that for all" l
ages and occupations, in--' 11
cluding a physical plan
they could take with them. ,.
In the end, we're not
about counting cigarettes;
we're about counting on
relationships that will be
there for the long haul.
People need to know that during the challenging transi-
tion away from cigarettes," Mathews explained,
To further celebrate the milestone, the group was
treated to some finger-licking barbecue and a host of
sides that Mathews stated the class had certainly earned
for their commitment. There was also a karaoke ma-
chine where Brenda Hanny was especially notable.
Ultimately, all were congratulated, receiving t-shirts
and other items to mark the occasion. And while sever-
al participants had not yet arrived at complete cessa-
tion, each was still recognized and praised for his or her
gains. In fact, perhaps the greatest feature regarding
both the program structure and leadership is that no
one is ever judged, rather inspired, to kick the habit.
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be reached at

"It's Time To Put On Your Dancing Shoes!"

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, July 29, 2008
Grateful and helpful at the same time, the graduates of the "Quit Smoking Now" class that was held at Lee City
Hall for six consecutive Thursdays, ending July 31, stand together. Pictured, left to right, on the front row are: Bren-
da Hanny, Stacey McDonald, Karla Hanners and Richard Arhchambault. The back row, left to right, are Cheryl Lyons,
Preston Mathews and Keith.Hanners.

Local Women's Fitness Franchise Recognizes

Cris Baeli For Outstanding Transformation.

Curves of Madison
knows a fitness transfor-
mation isn't impossible
and their local member,
Cris Baeli (who happens to
be the mother of the own-
er), is proof that the
Curves system works. The
local women's fitness fran-
chise is recognizing Cris's
success and highlighting
the "before" and "after"
Cris joined Curves on
July 21, 2006 and since
then has lost over 7 inches
and .20% body fat. Her
blood pressure and choles-
terol levels, and overall
health were so good at her
recent doctor's visit that
the doctor told her he did-
n't need to see her again
for another year. When the
doctor asked Cris what she
was doing to be so healthy,
she told him she'd been go-
ing to Curves 3 times a
week for the past two
years. She has been a con-
sistent member since join-'
ing and has logged in 311
work outs.
"Weare so happy to be
honoring my mom for her
success and glad we could
do our part in assisting
her with her fitness goals,"
said Judi Wyche, owner qf
Curves of Madison, locat-
ed at 249 SW Range Ave.,
Suite A, in Madison. "The
'before' and 'after' photos
are so dramatic in show-
ing the health that my

mother has enjoyed since
she has been working out.
You can see it in her face! I
don't think she realized
the difference in her ap-
pearance until she saw the
before and after pictures."
Cris upgraded to the
CurvesSmart system since
November of 2007 and she
burns an average of be-
tween 200 and 250 calories
per 30 minute work out.
Her strength has in-
creased dramatically since
joining Curves and espe-
cially since working out
on the new CurvesSmart
system. CurvesSmart is
the newest technology
available in the world to-
day and features 4 differ-
ent programs to meet the
individual strength levels
of the women who join.
Members range in age
from 8 years up to 80 plus.
Curves is great for all aged
women and all fitness lev-
els. Some women need to
lose a lot of weight, some
just a few pounds, and
some women just want to
stay healthy and in shape.
Some women start out
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Locking Onto

The Jaws of Life

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
After an accident, mere seconds count, especial-
ly when someone is trapped inside. This is why, in
1972, Hurst developed the first in hydraulic rescue
tools, the hydraulic spreader. Following later, the
hydraulic cutters and the hydraulic rams, com-
bined, the trio comprises the rescue tools that are
used by firefighters and emergency rescue person-
nel to assist in the rescue of crash and other rescue
victims. Cutting time and risk to victims at an acci-
dent site, it is often the Jaws that many thank for
their life.
"We've needed to use the Jaws of Life so many
times it's hard to count," said Bruce Jordan, fire-
fighter with the Madison County Fire Department.
" If I had to guess, I would say at least 15 to 20 times
a year. They make a huge difference in rescue
Previous to the introduction of the Jaws of Life
by Hurst Performance, Inc. to extract racecar dri-
vers from wrecks on the track, emergency workers
at auto accident sites often used circular saws for
vehicle extrication. These posed problems as, not
only were the tools noisy stressing the victim fur-
ther, but, they were also slow cutting and could gen-
erate sparks, in turn igniting a fire. If alternately,
rescue personnel opted to use a crow-bar, many
times they would find that this compromised the
stability of the vehicle, furthering injuring the vic-
Then, along came Jack Allen Watson with his
fellow co-inventors, who, when submitting his

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Tyrra Meserve
The hydraulic cutters, ram and spreader are the tools
Sof trade in extrication rescue.

drawings for the hydraulic spreader, signed his ini-
tials at the bottom of each and "Jaws,"'as it was af-
fectionately coined by Hurst Inc. was born to save.
The first hydraulic spreader was developed in 1972
by Hurst, to be followed shortly after by the cutter
and hydraulic ram. The trio allows rescue workers
to remove the roof of a car at an accident scene in
about two minutes.
"These newer cars protect a lot better in terms of
metal," Jordan stated, "but the reinforced frames
are that much harder to get through in case of an
emergency. The hydraulic cutters are strong enough
to get through in the shortest amount of time. I have
been to so many horrible accidents and after a while
you realize that you have to just focus on what needs

Bruce Jordan makes holding the spreaders seem like
light work.

to be done and the best way to do it. You do what you
have to do to get the person out and to safety. These
tools make all the difference."
When asked what cautious drivers can do to help
ensure that the Jaws of Life never enter- theirs:
"Wear your seatbelt," Jordan advises. "Don't use
your cruise control in the rain; slow down; but, most
of all, pay attention. I've seen so many injuries that
could have been prevented if only the person had
slowed down and been paying attention."
Made in the interest of saving lives; the Jaws of
Life can actually do the most good if one never has
to see them up close with rescue personnel.
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but t
Legalized liquor may be sold in our county, increasing the amount of liquor consumed, thereby pro-
ducing additional alcoholics, increased crime, and more law enforcement problems,
Marriage vows may b broken, divorces may multiply, homes may be destroyed and children's
problems may greatly increase,
The Government may license the liquor dealers and be deceived into thinking a few tax.dollars justify
the enslavement of the innocent, and bargain away public health and moral principles,
The liquor traffic may corrupt the social and political life of the nation; it may worm its way into all

business, and even into the sacred precincts of the hOile

and the church,

The bells may toll the deafi knell of a human being slain by bevyage alcohol every five minutes of
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please call Gene Stokes, vice-chairman of Citizens Agains4egalizing Liquor, at 973-8607.

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Helping Hands Help With Meals
Helping Hands Hel With Meals

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Elizabeth "Beth"
Brinson has an idea, an
amazingly, wonderfully
giving idea. Its not a new
idea or a particularly in-
novative idea. In fact, it is
an idea based on old tried
but true principles that
seem to fall by the way-
side during times of
strife. The help
those who can not ade-
quately help themselves.

Brinson would like to take
care of the homebound,
and ensure their needs
are being met by taking
care of them herself.
"I know what they
need," Brinson stated
with conviction. "Most of
all, they need someone
who truly cares, and I do."
Brinson, a Madison
native, has worked with
food and food -processing
for a number of years,
which eventually led her

to elderly 'care. Dealing
with pork and poultry for
37 years, Brinson then
went on to become a Di-
etary Supervisor at Lake
Park Nursing Home.
"I've been thinking
about this for over a
year," Brinson said. "It is
something I've always
had a passion for. Wheh I
go into someone's home, I
want them to know I'm
there because I care. It's
not the money A lot of

these clients can't leave
the house; they can't run
their own errands; many
of them can't even cook
for themselves. I want to
make sure that they're
taken care of and its
done right. Its about nu-
trition atd. getting the
basics that they need."
Just starting out,
Brinson is still in the
process of networking
and setting up. Knowing
that it will be an ongoing

task, she remains stead-
fastly undaunted. She
plans on dedicating each
week day and on most
weekends to the care of
the greater Madison
area's elderly.
"I'm going to have to
be very flexible to start,"
Brinson realizes. "Mon-
day through Friday will
be from 8 a.m. until 6
p.m., or there about, Sat-
urdays will by as needed,
and, Sundays will be for

emergencies only. I'd
like to keep one day set
aside for my family. Of
course everything's ne-
Everything' but the
quality of her client's
care, of cou rse. For
that, Brinson will not al-
low herself to give any-
thing but her best.
Staff writer Tyrra B
Meserve can be reached
at tyrra@-greenepublish-

Reeves Earns Florida Bar

Board Certification


George Thomas
Reeves of Madison is one.
of 207 lawyers who recent-
ly earned Florida Bar
board certification. Board
certification evaluates at-
torneys' special knowl-
edge, skills and proficien-
cy in various areas of law
and professionalism and
ethics in practice. Reeves
is board certified in appel-
late practice.
Certified attorneys
are the only Florida
lawyers allowed to identi-
fy or advertise themselves
as specialists or experts.
"Florida's board certi-
fication program is one of
the leaders in the nation
in maintaining the high-
est standards for excel-
lence and professionalism
while adding practice ar-
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cess to legal specialists,"
said Florida Bar President
John G. "Jay" White, III.
"The program is predicat-
ed on experience and in-


tegrity, the foundations
that are inseparable from
our work as lawyers to ad-
vance the administration
of justice."
Certification is the
highest level of evalua-
tion by The Florida Bar of
the competency and expe-
rience of attorneys in ar-
eas of law approved for
certification by the
Supreme Court of Flori-
da. Florida currently of-
fers 22 specialty areas of
practice for which board
certification is available,
the greatest number of
state-approved certifica-
tion areas in the nation.
A lawyer who is a
member in good standing
of The Florida Bar and
who meets the standards
prescribed by the state's
Supreme Court may be-
come board certified in
one or more of the 22 cer-
tification fields. Approxi-
mately 4,200 of Florida's
80,000 lawyers are board
certified. Minimum re-
quirements for certifica-
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By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
If it is soul food that one seeks, the journey just got
a little shorter. Just take the road to Valentine and up
the hill is a little brick building that houses some of the
best soul food around. Made with love by Juanita Gal-
lon, she and her husband, Willie James are cooking up a
storm, while serving the soul at the restaurant they own
in Maidison.
Juanita Gallon opened Sister's Take Out Restaurant
the second week of April.
"I always dreamed of owning a restaurant," Gallon
admits. "One of my sister's used to own E.J.'s, When my
sister passed, I finally decided to open my own."
Growing up the youngest of a large family, it was the
youngest sister that was in charge of the cooking when
all the others were at work.
"I cooked for them all," Gallon said, "I just love to
cook, and it's not like I didn't get a lot of practice. Moth-
er had a family with 10 heads of kids!"
On the way to becoming famous, Sister's restaurant
serves soul food with style. Friday through Sunday, one
can find them there, just follow the nose to where din-
ner's served. They'even have a seafood buffet on Friday
from noon until four.
"We wotld really like to thank everyone who
nated and helped so much," said Gallon with, sincerity
"If it weren't for them, we wouldn't be open at all."
"Thank you" to Anna Washington, for all the equip-
ment she donated to start. To Juanita Bronson, Janet
Perry, Glenda Jones and brother James Fudge, all those
who contributed their time and energies, "a heartfelt
thank you for all that you've done."
,So when in search of food for the soul, a little drive
through town and one will find what they are looking for
at Sister's on the hill. Located at 294 Valentine Street,
drive slow so as to not miss it. The sign should be there
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Big Bend Hospice Hosts Luncheon For Funeral Directors

By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Long after the death of a loved one,
the grieving process continues for those
who are left behind. That is why on Tues-
day; August 26, Big Bend Hospice is host-
ing a luncheon for funeral directors of
the Big Bend area to discuss ways they
may work together to better serve the
communities needs.
"Grief services at Big Bend Hospice
are free and not limited to those who have
used Hospice services" said Diane
Tomasi, Community Relations Director.
"We want to make sure Funeral Directors
are aware of these resources for adults,
teens and children so that even after the
company stops coming and the shock of
the death wears off, bereaved families
will know where to turn during this diffi-
cult time."

Meeting together to meet the needs of
their communities, there are over 35 fu-
neral homes in the eight counties that
comprise the Big Bend of Florida, many
of which have already stated their inten-
tion to attend.
"There are many issues that we hope
to discuss and have a mutual exchange of
information so that together we can
guide families through the process of
saying goodbye," Tomasi said.
The luncheon will be held at noon at
Big Bend Hospice's main office, located at
1723 Mahan Center Boulevard in Talla-
hassee. Funeral directors who wish to at-
tend who have not yet responded or
,would like further information may call
Laurie Ward at 850-878-5310 extension 752
to RSVP.
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Se Aistor Of Mabison County

Friday, August 15, 2008

By Alfa Hunt
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Being buried alive is not a false horror,
but true. During the 16th century in Eng-
land there were several accounts of people
being buried alive. Some reports tell us
that some accounts were hundreds, even
thousands of years earlier.
According to article "Just
Dying to Get Out," the first accounts of
people being buried alive was completely
accidental. Hunters would leave their ill or
wounded comrades in caves and seal he
entrance to prevent wild animals from tak-
ing advantage of the situation. After seal-
ing the entrance, the hunting party would
continue their hunt. They hoped that once
the injured inside the cave regained their
strength, they would be able to push the
barriers away from the entrance and re-
join the party, but as you can imagine, this
hardly ever happened. Many of the in-
jured died from starvation inside the
Several other cases throughout histo-
ry dot the premature dead being placed in
the ground. In the first century, a magician
by the name of Simon Magus buried him-
self alive, according to one report. He did
so expecting a miracle to occur, only it did-
On lonia, during the 6th century, one
of the monks of St. Columbia named
Oran, was dug up the day after his burial
and found to be alive! Legend says he told
people that during his time underground,
he saw heaven and hell. Speaking so
caused him to be quickly dispatched and
re-buried on grounds of heresy
In the 13th century, Thomas a Kempis,
the reputed author of The Imitation of.
Christ, never became a saint because, it
was said, when they dug up his grave for
the ossuary they found scratch marks on
the lid of his coffin. They concluded that
he was not reconciled to his fate.
During the 16th century, the body of a
Mathew Wall was being moved to his grave
in Braughing, England. One of the pall-
bearers tripped, causing the others to drop
the coffin, this reviving the supposedly
dead man. Wall lived for, several more
years after that. He is reported to have cel-
ebrated his "resurrection" annually until
his death in 1595.
In the early years of the 17th century
Marjorie Elphinstone died and was buried
in Ardtannies, Scotland. Not too long after
the funeral, grave robbers decided to dig
her up and steal the jewelry that had been
interred with her. After removing the cof-
fin lid and trying to remove a few pieces of
her jewelry Elphinstone groaned, scaring
the bejesus out of the robbers. The robbers
fled in fear and when Elphinstone became
fully revived, she simply walked home.
She is reported to have outlived her hus-
band by six years.
Marjorie Halcrow Erskine of Chirn-
side, Scotland reportedly died in 1674 and
was buried in a shallow grave by a sac-
ristan, or an officer of the church in
charge of sacred objects, intending on re-
turning later to steal her jewelry That
night, while the sexton tried to cut off one
of her fingers to retrieve a ring, the lady
suddenly awoke. Along with additional
years to her life after the first burial, she
went on to give birth to two sons. N o
one knows exactly what happened to the
sexton. .
The years of the 17th century saw
many premature burials. Collapse and
sudden death were not an uncommon
thing due to plagues, cholera, and small-
pox epidemics. According to contempo-,
rary medical sources, William Tebb dis-
covered there were 219 occasion of narrow
escapes from premature burial, 149 cases
of actual premature burial, 10 cases in
which people were accidently dissected be-
fore their real death, and 2 cases where the
person was not yet dead when the process
of embalming was being performed on
Most of these cases are especially
heartbreaking. In the 1850's, a young girl-
child visiting Edisto Island, South Caroli-
na suddenly died of diphtheria. She was
quickly buried in the family mausoleum
because of the fear that the disease would
spread. When one of the family's sons died
in the Civil War, he was brought the mau-
soleum to be placed within its walls. Just
behind the door, lying on the floor, was a
tiny skeleton wearing the girl's funeral
A report from a British Medical Jour-
nal in 1877 reports the government's re-
sponse on the situation.

"A correspondent at Naples states that
the Appeals Court has had before it a case
not likely, to inspire confidence in the
minds of these who look forward with hor-
ror to the possibility of being buried alive.

It appeared from the evidence that some
time ago, a woman was interred with all
usual formalities, it being believed that
she was dead, while she was only in a
trance. Some days afterwards, when the
grave in which she had been placed was
opened for the reception of another body,
it was found that the clothes which cov-
ered the unfortunate woman were torn to
pieces and the she had even broken her
limbs in attempting to extricate herself
from the living tomb. The Court, after
hearing the case, sentences the doctor who
had signed the certificate of decease, and
the Major who had authorized the inter-
ment each to three months imprisonment
for involuntary manslaughter."
A recent news story reported an inci-
dent which occurred in 1993.
"Sipho William Mdletche might as
well be dead, as far as his fiance is con-
cerned. He was declared deceased after a
traffic accident in Johannesburg, South
Africa. Mdletche, a 24 year old, spent two
days in a metal box in a mortuary before
his cries alerted workers, who rescued
him. But Mdletche is heartbroken, be-
cause his fiancee, who also was hurt in the
crash, doesn't believe his story and refuses
to see him. She thinks he's a zombie who
returned from the dead to haunt her."
A little odd, isn't it?
In 1994, 86 year old Mil-
-dred C. Clarke
spent nine-
ty min-

side a
body bag
before an atten-
dant at the Albany Med-
ical Center Hospital noticed the bag was
breathing. She had been found on her liv-
ing room floor, cold and motionless, with
no detectable heartbeat, or breathing. She
was also stiff as a board. However, she was
still alive and with care, managed to. live
one week later before being declared real-
ly dead.
In 1896, TM. Montgomery supervisor
of the disinterment and moving of the re-
mains at the Fort Randell Cemetery, re-
ported that "nearly 2 percent of those ex-
humed were no doubt victims of suspend-
ed animation."
In this day and age, being buried alive
within the US or Canada is virtually im-
possible. The embalming procedures alone
would finish off anyone who hasn't quite
met St. Peter at the Pearly Gates.
Contrary to a belief, embalming is not
required. The dead carry litter disease
risk compared to those who still walk the
earth. However, despite the claims of the
funeral industry, normal embalming does
not kill all disease-causing organisms. One
study found that in 22 of 23 dead bodies,
common pathogens (including tuberculo-
sis) were still present after 24 to 48 hours
after the embalming procedure. Other in-
fectious organisms are virtually unaffect-
ed by the normal embalming procedure
such as those that cause: anthrax, tetanus,
and gas gangrene.
There have been reports of people dy-
ing during embalming. In 1837, Cardinal
Somaglia took ill, passed out, and was be-
lieved to be dead. Immediate preparations
took place to make sure this important
church official was embalmed. When the
surgeoh/embalmer cut into the chest to in-
still the embalming materials, the surgeon
could see the cardinals heart was still beat-
ing. It was at this point that the cardinal
woke up from his stupor and pushed the
knife away from his chest. Though his at-
tempt, proved fruitless; the chest incision
killed him.
At times, the 'still alive' status of a per-
son is only discovered during the embalm-
ing process. A 1996 newspaper reports
such incidents.
"In 1984, a post-mortem examination
was being conducted in a mortuary in
New York. When the pathologists made
the first cut, the 'corpse' leaped up and
grabbed in by the throat. The pathologists
died of shock.
"The case of Daphne Banks, who was
pronounced dead on New Year's Eve, 1995,
but showed signs of life when she got to
the mortuary is by no means unique.
From the time of Plato to the present there
are many well-document accounts of the

dead coming back to life.
"The Reverend Schwartz, a mission-
ary, was brought back to life by hearing his
favorite hymn being played at his funeral.
The mourners were surprised to suddenly
hear his voice from the coffin joining in
the singing. Nicephorus Glycas, the Greek
Orthodox Bishop of Lesbos, laid in state in
his church for two days while mourners
filed past his coffin. Suddenly he sat up
and demanded to know what everybody
was looking at."
Stowe's Annals 1587 article tells that
discovering a corpse with some life in him
is not new.
"The 20 of Februarie (1587), a strange
thing happened to a man hanged for
felonie at Saint Thomas Waterines, being
begged by the Chirugeons of London, to
have made of him an anatomie, after he
was dead to all men's thinking, cut down,
thrown into a carre, and so brought from
the place of execution through the Bor-
ough of Southwarke over the bridge, and
through the Citie of London to the Chiru-
geons Hall nere unto Criplegate: The chest
being opened there, and the weather ex-
treme cold he was found to be alive, and
lived till three and twentie of Februarie,
and then died."
One of these famous incidents was the
one concerning Anne Greene. After being
hanged for a felony on De-
cember 14, 1650,
sshe was sent
t h e

my hall to
be used for dis-
section. She -awoke' and
lived on for many years for afterwards.
Around the same time, a Professor
Junkur of Halle University received the
body bag of a hanged criminal to used for
dissection. The body was placed in the Pro-
fessor's house after the man had already
gone to bed. During the night, the profes-
sor was wakened to see a shivering naked
man holding an empty sack. The professor
decided to help the man escape, and some
years later he saw the criminal again on
the street. The convicted criminal had be-
come a wealthy merchant with a wife and
two children.
The Newgate Calendar quoted an
anatomist who was not quite as nice as the
Professor Junkur.
"I am pretty certain, gentlemen, from
the warmth of the subject and the flexibil-
ity of the limb, that by a proper degree of
attention and care the vital heat would re-
turn, and life in consequence take place.
But when it is considered what a rascal we
should again have among us, that he was
hanged for so cruel a murder, and that,
should we restore him to life, he would
probably kill somebody else. I say gentle-
man, all these things considered, it is my
opinion that we should proceed in the dis-
Barbara Mikkelsori writes in her arti-
cle, "Just Dying to Get Out", the concerns
of the people about being buried alive and
some methods they began using to insure
this wouldn't happen to them.
"Okay, so it was (and still is) possible to
be buried alive or to meet your maker on a
post-mortem table. The prospect is chill-
ing, and numerous people have gone to
great lengths to make sure it doesn't hap-
pen to them. The practices of 'waking' the
dead (having someone sit with the de-
ceased from the time of death until burial
in case he 'wakes up') began out of this
concern. Especially in bygone days when a
number of illnesses could cause the suf-
ferer to slip into a come and thus make it
appear all life functions had been snuffed
out, the danger of overly hasty interment
was real. (Edgar Allan Poe's macabre
short stories, most notably "Premature
Burial," certainly helped increase such
fears along the general populace).
"Some went so far as to specify in their
wills they wants special test performed on
their bodies to make sure they were actu-
ally dead. Surgical incisions, the applica-
tion of boiling hot liquids, touching red-
hot irons to their flesh, stabbing them
through the heart, or even decapitating
them were all specified at different times
as a way of making sure they didn't wake
up six feet under. Some opted for being

buried with the means to do themselves in,
and guns, knives, and poison were packed
into coffins along with the deceased."
Count Karnice-Karnicki, Chamberlin
to the Czar and Doctor o the Law Faculty
of the University of Louvain became very
upset when a young Belgian girl came out
of a trance and began screaming when
they began to pour dirt on her coffin. In re-
sponse to this.incident, he invented a cof-
fin which allowed a person accendentily
buried to signal for help. Patented in 1897,
this hermetically-sealed coffin had a tube
extending to a box on the surface. The tube
was attached to a spring-loaded bal sitting
on the corpse's chest. Any movement of
the chest would release the spring, open-
ing the lid of the box and admitting light
as well as air into the coffin. The signal for
help was a flag springing up and a bell
would ring for half an hour, and a lam
would burn after sunset. Similar "life-sig-
naling" coffins were patented in the US.
In Monticello, Florida, as well as other
places, a method of tying a string on the
wrist of the corpse was used. The string
would lead through the coffin up to a bell
above the person's grave. A group of peo-
ple would sit around the graveyard, wait-
ing for any of the bells to ring.
This is where the tern, "graveyard shift"
came from. If the deceased suddenly woke,
the bell would begin ringing, alerting peo-
ple on the graveyard shift. Other catch
phrases such as "dead-ringer" and "saved
by the bell" also originated from these in-
cidents. If the person suddenly awoke and
began ringing the bell, he was considered
a "dead-ringer" who was "saved by the
There have been some incidents in his-
tory where people were intentionally
buried alive. It was a popular method of
execution in Roman times for vestal vir-
gins who broke their vow of chastity Some
medieval monks and nuns were also pun-
ished in the same manner for the same
crime. Plutarch described the process for
vestal virgins.
"...a narrow room is constructed, to
which a descent is made by stairs; here
they prepare a bed, and a lightly amp, and
leave a small quantity of victuals, such as
bread and water, a pail of milk, and some
oil; so that body which had been conse-
crated and devoted to most sacred service
of religion might not be said to perish by
such a death as famine. The culprit herself
is put in a litter, which they cover over, and
tie her down with cords on it, so that noth-
ing she utters may be heard. They then
take her to the Forum...When they come
to the place of execution, the officers loose
the cords, and then the high priest, lifting
his hands to heaven, pronounces certain
prayers to himself before the act; then he
brings out the prisoner, being still covered,
and placing her upon the steps that lead
down to the cell, turns away his face...the
stairs are drawn up after she had gone
down, and a quantity of earth is heaped up
over the entrance to the cell...This is the
punishment of those who break their
vows of virginity"
Medieval monks and nuns were often
walled into niches in the walls for break-
ing their vow of chastity They were given
a pittance of food and water, and the bene-
diction Vade in Pacem, which when trans-
lated from Latin means "Depart in Peace".
Mikkelson writes some for interesting
information in her article.
"Some have been buried alive to serve
the dead in the next life...In 1849, an ob-
server at the funeral of King Thien Tri of
Cochin, China reported that along with
rich and plentiful grave goods, all of the
king's childless wives were entombed with
his body thus guarantying he'd be hen-
pecked throughout eternity, but would at
least get his meals on time."
A poem by Percy Russell, 1906, entitled
"Premature Burial". was rather popular,
but installed fear into many men.
"To die is natural; but the living death
Of those who waken into consciousness,
Though for a moment only, ay, or less,
To find a coffin stifling their last breath,
Surpasses every horror underneath
The sun of Heaven,
and should surely check
Haste in the living to remove the wreck
Of what was just before,
the soul's fair sheath,
How many have been
smothered in their shroud!
How many have sustained
this awful woe!
Humanity would shudder could we know
How many have cried to

God in anguish loud,
Accusing the whose haste
a wrong had wrought
Beyond the worst that
ever devil thought."


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Hansonu United Methodist

Church To Host Fun Pay
Members of the Hanson United Methodist Church are busy
preparing for their second annual Fun Day coming up on Saturday,
September 13. This is not just a "stay-awhile" event, but a bring-your-
chair and spend the day event. Something exciting will be going on
from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Entertainment all day long, which includes a
Junior Bake-Off and cake auction, dunking booth, children's carni-
val-type games plus Uncle Tom's hay ride and food throughout the
Don't eat breakfast before coming out. Instead, join us for a vari-
ety of hot biscuits of your choice with hot coffee or orange juice, fun-
nel cakes, churned homemade ice cream. "grilled to perfection" juicy
hamburgers, and Hanson's world renowned Chicken and dumplings.
A big part of Fun D)ay each year is the gigantic yard sale set up
outside under the pavilion and the huge shady oak trees. "Shop until
you drop" and then sit and enjoy the music and talking to your
friends. After all, you're going to be there all day
Another big favorite of those attending is the Country Store full
of crafts, homemade jellies, scrumptious, "made from scratch" cakes
baked by the great cooks of the church. For sell, also, are Hanson's
popular Recipe Baskets made up of items needed to prepare the
recipe attached to each basket. Make your selection early as they dis-
appear fast
Mark the 13th of September on your calendar in big red letters
right now and join in for a day of fun and fellowship. There's more in
tore for the big day, so watch For other events that will be going on for
your enjoyment You don't want to miss them so
H tay "tuned" to future issues of this paper. There's
'something up" with the Madison County preach-
.rs that's going to be fun for everyone.
Let you in on it next time.
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nm going As Fast As I Can!
A little girl, dressed in her Sunday best, was running as fast as she could,
trying not to be late for Bible class. As she ran she prayed, "Dear Lord.
please don't let me be late! Dear Lord, please don't let me be late!" While
she was running and praying, she tripped on a curb and fell, getting her
clothes dirty and tearing her dress. She got up, brushed herself off, and
started running again! in. As she ran she once again began to pray, "Dear\
Lord, please don't let me be late...But please don't shove me either!"

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By Kristin Finney
"I'm so glad I'm a part of the family of God!" Joy filled the con-
'1gregation Sunday morning. Service began with Phillip Holbrook
S singing "The Arms of God." This was followed by Bill Brown
saying the offertory prayer. Finally the Chancel Choir beautifully sang
"Open the Eyes of my Heart Lord." Pastor Ferrell's message topic, since
school will begin next week, was "The School of Salvation." He preached from
2 Timothy 3:15, Romans 1:16, and Psalm 19:7.
Sunday night was a special service led by Madison Firsts youth group. Be-
ginning with classic hymns, and a video from their mission trip camp; this
was followed by four personal testimonies and a slideshow of pictures from
their trip. The youth also extended their thanks to Coach Paulk, Ansley Paulk,
Melanie Parks, Blaine Holder, and the whole congregation for all of their sup-
port during their once in a lifetime experience.
Upcoming events at the church include; Deacon elections September 7th,
and an Ice Cream Social August 31st. Also the AWANA ministry will resume
on September 3rd at 5:30p.m. There will also be a Prayer Meeting on Septem-
ber 3rd at 6:30 p.m. in the 1898 Sanctuary.
Our service hours are as follows: Sunday morning service; ll:00a.m. Sun-
day School; 10 a.m. Sunday evening service: 6 p.m. Wednesday evening service:
6 p.m. Youth Wednesday night service: 6 p.m.
Our prayers this week and in the coming year go out to all of the students
in the county With a new school year can come new temptations, new fears,
new life lessons, and new people. In stressful times such as these it is often
easy to forget that God is with you, but with his strength we can overcome any-
May Gods love keep you strong in this time of new beginnings; may you
never doubt his love; and always know he is with you. '
God Bless!



Barbara Memorial Church
OfThe Nazarene
County Rd. 254 Madison, FL. 973-4160
Rev. Robert Agner, Pastor
Sunday School..............................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship............................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship..............................5:30 p.m.
Bible Study, Wednesday....................7:30 p.m.
You Are Welcome!

N First United Methodist Church
a Rev. Robert E. Laidlaw
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Service of Word & Table.................8:30 a.m.
Sunday School.................................9:45 a.m.
Cto Worship Service...............................11:00 a.m.
Wed. Jr. High Youth (grades 6-8)
5:00 6:00 p.m.
S Wed. Sr. High Youth (grades 9-12)
6:30 7:30 p.m.

Sirmans Missonary
B Baptist Church
168 S.W. Sirmans Church Way* Greenville, Florida
850-948-5506 Garland Jones Pastor
Sunday School.............................................10:00 amn.
Worship............................................ 11:00 a.m.
Sunday. Evening Service...................6:00 p.m.
Wed. Night.................................. 7:00 p.m.
Come Visit With Us! Serving The Lord, Seeking The

Midway Church of God
2485 SE Midway Church Rd., Lee, FL
850-971-5200 Pastor Retis Flowers
Sunday School..............................10:00 a.m.
Childreh'i Church &
Morning Worship.........................11:00 an.m
Evening Worship.......................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Family Training Hour..7 p.m.

Unity Baptist Church
6511 NE Colin Kelly Hwy Madison, Florida
(Highway 145 North in Hanson)
Dr. Murrell Bennett, Pastor
S (229) 559-6417 & (850) 929-4919
Sunday School....................................10:00 a.m.
' Morning Worship Service....................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship Service........................6:00 p.n.
Youth Practice (Sunday Evening)....5:00 p.m.
Choir Practice (Sunday Evening)...7:00 pnm
SWednesday Evening Worship........7:30 p.m.

Mt. Zion A.MI.E. Church
"A Friendly Church"
Cherry Lake, FL 850-929-4355
Rev. L.L. Jefferson
Sunday School...........................9:45 a.m.
Pastoral Sunday an.aJ s, .....11:00 a.m.
Youth Church(2nd,,~ s ...............-11:00 anm.
Pastoral Sunday(.as.,).............11:00 a.m.

Fellowship Baptist Church
One mile north of Madison on 145 850-973-3266
Steve McHargue, Pastor Gary Gazlay, Music
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children' Ministries Active Young
Adult Ministry
Morn. Worship...........................8:00 a.m.,
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School..............................0:00 a.m.
Wednesday Night is Family Night.
Call For Schedule
"A Family of Families" "Contemporary Worship"

Hopewell Baptist Church
Highway 360 Madison, Florida
,(850) 973-6076 Pastor Preston Gainey
Sunday School...................................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship Service.............1..... :00 a.m.
Discipleship Training..............................5:30 p.m.
Evening Worship Service.......................6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Worship.............................7:00 p.m.

Madison Church Of God
771 NE Colin Kelly Hwy., Madison, FL.
Rev. Doyle Glass, Pastor
Sunday School......................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship..................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.....................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Service........7:00 p.m

Lee First Baptist Church
Lee, Florida Corner of CR 255 & W. 90
Sunday Services
Morning Worship.................11:( a.m.
Sunday Bible Study................9:45 a.m.
Discipleship Training..............6:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening Worship......7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening:
Services Wed Bible Study.......7:00 p.m.
Children / Youth Activities.....7:00 p.m.
Adult Choir.........................8:00 p.m.

St. Mary's Episcopal Church
140 N.E. Horry Ave. Madison, FL
SRev. Ben Pfeil, Vicar
Senior Warden, Nate Curtis-
Sunday Church School.........10:00 a.m.
Sunday Holy Eucharist.........10:00 a.m.
Mission Board 2nd Sunday...ll:00 a.m.
Episcopal Church Women
3rd Sunday..........................11:00 amn.
If interested in a home group, call 850-973-8338

Greenville Baptist Church
1365 SW Main St., Greenville, FL
Sunday School -All Ages............10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship..........11:00 an.
Sunday Evening Worship...........7:00 p.m.
Sunday Pre-school, Students, and
Adults Choir Rehearsals..............5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Pre-school children,
Youth & Adult Bible Studies .......7:00 p.m.

Shilah Missionary Baptist Church
221 Martin Luther King Drive Madison, FL
P.O. Box 242 Madison, FL
Email: shilowhfmadison@yahoojcom
Marcus Hawkins, Sr. Pastor
Josie Graham Assistant Pastor
Sunday School........................9:30 am.
Worship Service..........................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Night Bible Study...........6:00 p.m.
"We Walk By faith, Not By Sight."
II Corithians 5:7

Faith Baptist Church
1135 US 90 East Madison, Fl 850-973-2887
Delbert Redditt, Pastor
Sunday School .......................9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship..................11:00 anm.
Discipleship....................... 5:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.....................6:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday...6:45 p.m.
GROW Visitation.....................6:30
Baptist Men, Baptist Women, Music,
Youth Children and
Fun After Fifty-Five Programs available
"Where Love Has No Limits"

Grace Presbyterian Church
Rev. John Hopwood 850-973-2692
688 North Washington Ave. Madison, FL
A Congregation of the Presbyterian
Church in America
Sunday School For All Ages...9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship.....11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Fellowship
Supper/Bible Study...............6:00 p.m.
Youth Groups 1st- 12th Grades
6:30 p.m.
Choir Practice.........................7:30 p.m.
Friday Men's Prayer Breakfast
7:00 anm.
Come Worship And Serve With Us.

Hanson United
Methodist Church
290 NE Daisy Street Hanson, FL
(7.5 miles from Madison on Hwy. 145)
Rev. James Howes, Pastor
Sunday School...............................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship...........................11:15 a.m.
Sunday Evening Bible Study..........6:00 p.m.
Wed. Evening Prayer Service..........7:00 p.m.
Choir Practice Sun. Evening...........5:00 p.m.




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are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good suc-
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Record Blue Catfish

Long-time Washington County resi-
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record blue catfish late Monday after-
noon on the Choctawhatchee River.
The state-record blue catfish
weighed 64 pounds, 8 ounces and was 53
1/2 inches long. The fish is 3 pounds
larger than the previous record, a 61-
pound, 8-ounce blue cat that came from
Little Escambia Creek north of Pensaco-
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission fisheries biologists
Chris Paxton and Claire Mangum met
with Mitchell on Tuesday in Bonifay and
weighed his fish on certified scales.
The 64-year-old Mitchell, who is dis-
abled but still enjoys fishing, fished a fa-
vorite spot on the Choctawhatchee Mon-
day near Caryville. He caught the record
catfish at sundown but needed the help
of his son and grandson to pull the fish
over the side of his boat.
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worn out.
Mitchell fishes for catfish often on
the river and uses bream, which is his
bait of choice.
He caught the blue cat on a hand-
sized bluegill, 6-foot rod and bait-caster
reel loaded with 50-pound-test line.
"The bigger the bream the better,"
Mitchell said. He catches his bream us-
ing either a fly rod or cane pole.
Within the past couple of months,
he's caught big blues or channel cats,
he's not sure which, out of the same
stretch of the river, weighing 40 1/4 and
411/2 pounds.
While blue catfish are found in most of
the rivers and some creeks in the Pan-
handle over to the Suwannee River. they
are not native to the area. They were
originally found in rivers and tribu-
taries in the Midwest and the Mississip-
pi River drainage. Exactly how they
made it to Florida waterways is un-

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Summer is winding down
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ones gear up for the start
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July's hot may-ham has
left Madison County a lit-
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most growers. Stock up
those overflow buckets
when there's a. chance to
over the next couple of
weeks, while there won't
be much extra left after
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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Recently Bubba and Maria Greene were driving past
a section of lawn at North Florida Community College
when they noticed a ring of mushrooms that were es-
sentially forming a perfect-circle. Myths describe these
rings as "Fairy rings" although they are actually caused
by mycelium (a loose network of the delicate filaments
that form the body of a mushroom) of fungi growing
from a central starting point. As the mycelium grows, it
Produces changes in the organic matter of the soil.
As the mycelium increases, it fills the air spaces in
the soil so that rainwater has difficulty in percolating, at
a time when the increased vegetation is making greater
demands on the available water. This causes localized
drought and the plants die, leaving a bare circle. The
part behind dies off and water can now penetrate the
soil and the dead fungus becomes food for the plants,
which invade the bare area and so on. Obviously the
ring widens year on year.
Adding to the circular nature, mushrooms often
Grow in that shape because the mushroom is just the
fruiting body of a huge organism that is mostly under-
ground. In simple terms, the mushroom is just the
"flower" of a plant that exists mostly as a massive un-
derground root system. The part of the organism that is
underground is circular because it grew from a single
spore, and then spread out from there, just as the canopy
w of tree is circular. When the conditions are right, the
m fungus produces mushrooms on the youngest growth,
w and because it is round the youngest growth exists at the
i edge of the circle.
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5. Clash
9. Mexican bread
14. Bell the cat
15. Airport pickup
16. Carry away, in a way
17. roof, architectural roof
design with Eastern influence.
18. Engineering Integrated
19. Bill of fare
20. Effort to prevent or delay
23. His "4" was retired
24. Dundee denial
25. Wire-haired terrier with
short legs
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37. Mine entrance
38. Flowering plant with two
40. Stopping point
41. Confederate soldier, for
42. Aria, e.g.
43. Hairy
44. Mutual association for in-
surance-like purposes
48. Band booking
49. Air letters?






50. Music composed to accom-
pany the action of a drama
59. Bing, bang or boom
60. Bang-up
61. "Gee whillikers!"
62. Positions
63. Boor's lack
64. Corker
65. Assignation
66. Horace volume
67. Original matter that exist-
ed before the formation of the
chemical elements

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2. Anger
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5. Tec
6. Container filled with toys
and candy
7. Gulf VI.P.
8. Mary in the White House
9. Nocturnal gregarious pig-
like wild animals of North
America and South America
10. Any of various widely dis-
tributed beetles
11. Dress worn primarily by
Hindu women
12. "Beetle Bailey" dog


13. Caught in the act
21. "Naked Maja" painter
22. About
25. Muffler
26. Downy duck
27. Accused's need
28. On, as a lamp
29. Air Force base near Orlan-
do, Florida
30. "' bad!"
31. About to explode
32. Enthusiastic approval
33. Come from behind
38. Artful move
39. Calamity
40. Any of several imperial dy-
nasties of China ruling from
220 to 265 and from 386 to 556
42. Most sneering
43. Ponzi scheme, e.g.
45. Front part of a cuirass
46. Attitude
47. Young owls
50. Acad.
51. Black, as la nuit
52. Part of N.Y.C.
53. Alliance acronym
54. Contemptible one
55. Hideous
56. Essence
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Where in
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French-Canadians are
originally from France
in western Europe.
Now they live mainly
in Quebec but can be
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Not everyone is French-Canadian
As most people that know Canadian history can tell you, the French were
the first people from Europe to come to Canada. Because of this, many people
in Canada today have a French heritage. However, not everyone likes to be
called French-Canadian.
In Quebec, for example, they do not consider themselves to be "French-
Canadian" and like to be called qu6b6cois, which is French for "people of
Quebec." Other areas have similar groups, including the Franco-Albertans
(French-Canadians from Alberta) and Franco-Ontarians. New people that
come over from France or French-speaking countries are often called Franco-
Canadians to show that they are new to Canada.
All of the French-Canadian groups, though, have a common history
in Canada's founding. The French came over the Atlantic in hopes of
claiming new land. They found their new land in Canada, Louisiana and the
Mississippi River valley. In what was to become Canada, they found many
animals that they could trap for food and clothing, and worked together with
many tribes of Native Americans to learn how to make the most of each
animal. ,
In the Seven Years' War (or the French and Indian War), the Indians and
the French allied against the British to try to defend the land. The French
lost the war, and Canada became part of the British empire. Ever since then,
the French-Canadian people have been trying to keep their heritage alive
in Canada. In some places like Quebec, signs are posted in French and the
residents speak both English and French. The French-Canadians are proud
to declare their heritage.


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$ Applicants must be at least 19 years old.
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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 19

SIhere will hi a iUriiii 0 nl lthe \uiilln \riui \.lle Solid \li nii adminiklrallon on au-
guiM 18lh 2IIIS ill s : t'. n p.111 inl ih" lliard uf thi .iucill \rea' Solid iWalIe ncili-
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I he hNldion Counlt Health and Hoiplial Board **Special DisricI" ,ill hold a Ho.-
pilnl (. nnl i utlion I inance Commillie meeling on Frida%. \ugusl 22. 2i118 gal 1-15 p.m.
II Ihr Miidion ( ouni Mimorial Hospital dining room. 30W NE Marion SI.. Madison.
I lurid. rhi i-lmccling I iopien i, ihi public.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Harold C. Waldrop, the holder of the following
c rt ificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The certificate
Number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and name in which it is
aspeaed is as follows:
Lot No. 11, of Block 5, of the Town of Sirmans, Florida.
\ II of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida., Unless such cer-
lificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property described in such certifi-
caer will be sold to the highest bidder at the west front door at the Madison County
Courthouse on the 9th day of September, 2008 at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 5th day of August, 2008.

h/8n~d: 8/15/08; 8/22/08: and 8/29/08

The City Commission of the City pf Madison, Florida will have a fiscal year 2008/2009
budget workshop on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall.
Any person whodecides to appeal any decision made by the Commission with respect
to any matter considered of such meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and
that for such purpose, he or she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is based.

The City Commission of the City of Madison, Florida will hold a Workshop on Wednes-
day, August 20, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall for the following purpose:
Discussion of the Superfund Site
The workshop will recess at approximately 5:30 p.m. and reconvene at the Madison
County Courthouse Annex for a joint workshop with the Board of County Commis-
sioners for the same purpose.
Any person who decides to appeal apy decision made by the Commission with respect
to any matter Considered of such meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and
that for such purpose, he or she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is based.


a Florida Limited Liability Company,

CASE NO: 2008-276-CA


To: All Above Named Unknown Defendants, including Unknown Tenant
No.1 and Unknown Tenant No. 2,
Addresses Unknown
seeking foreclosure and other relief on the following property in Madison County,

Parcel 8 BW

Parcel ID # 22-1N-10-5695-004-002

A portion of the West Half (W V2) of the Southwest Quarter (SW '/) of the Northeast
Quarter (NE A/) of Section 22, Township 1 North, Range 10 East, being more particu-
larly described as follows:
Commence at a concrete Monument marking the northwest corner of Northwest Quar-
ter (NW '%) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 'A) of said Section 22; thence South 00004'53'
West along the west line of said NE %/ a distance of 1934.24 feet to the northwest cor-
ner and POINT OF BEGINNING of the following described parcel; thence South
8953'50" East a distance of 663.99 feet to the east line of said W V of SW M1 of NE 'A;
thence South 0003'58" West along said east line a said distance of 328.68 feet; thence
North 8953'50" West a distance of 664.08 feet to the said west line of said W 2 of SW
1A of NE '/; thence North 0004'53" East along said west line a distance of 328.68 feet
has been filed against you, and each of you, are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on Scot B. Copeland, the plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
174 East Base Street, Madison, Florida 32340 on or before September 15,2008, and file
the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the plaintiff's attorney.
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.

Dated this llth day of August, 2008.

As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk

8/15/08. 8/22/08

as Mortgagee,

The unknown spouse of STACEY SHERMAN;
any and all unknown parties claiming by, through,
under, and against the herein named individual
defendants) who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties may claim
an interest as spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
Sor other claimants; Tenant #1, Tenant #2,
Tenant #3, and Tenant #4 the names being
fictitious to account for parties in possession,

To the above-names Defendant(s) and all others whom it may concern YOU ARE NO-
TIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in
Madison County, Florida, to-wit:

A parcel of land lying in section 9 township 2 North; Range 10 East, Madison
County, Florida and being more particularly described as follows: commence at the
Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of said section 9 and run South 89 degrees 31
minutes 36 seconds West 863.20feet, thence South 00 degrees 28 minutes 01 seconds East
44.37feet to the South right of way of County Road 150 and the point of beginning, from
said point of beginning, and leaving said right of way, continue thence south 00 degrees
28minutes 01 seconds East 422.78 feet, thence North 89 degrees 28 minutes 54 seconds
East 130.50feet, thence South 00 degrees 28 minutes 01 seconds East 476.66feet, thence
North 89 degrees 44 minutes 38 seconds West 623.30feet, thence north 00 degrees 16 min-
utes 51 seconds East 485.60 feet, thence South 89 degrees 48 minutes 13 seconds East
208.86feet, thence north 00 degrees 10 minutes 32 seconds East 419.85feet to the South
right of way of County Road 150, thence South 88 degrees 02 minutes 41 seconds East
along said right of way 272.11feet to the point of beginning containing 9.50 acres, more
or less.
Has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiff's attorney and counsel of record, THE LAW OF-
FICES OF MONICA TAIBL, P.L., P.O. Box 836, Madison, Florida, 32340, within thir-
ty 30 days after the first publication of this Notice of Action, and file the original with
the Clerk of Court, Honorable Tim Sanders, whose address is Madison County Cour-
thouse, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison, Florida, 32340, either before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to answer, defend or otherwise
plead to this action to foreclose a mortgage, a Default will be entered against you for
relief demanded in the Complaint. This Notice of Action is executed and published pur-
suant to the provisions of'49.08, et seq.. Florida Statutes.
Witness MY HAND AND THE OFFICIAL SEAL OF SAID Court, this 4th day
of August, 2008 at Madison, Madison County Florida.

By: Christy Wilson
As Deputy Clerk

8/8/08. 8/15/08

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IN RE: The Marriage of

CASE NO: 08-420-DR


To: Marcus Cobb
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it,
on Michael A. Reichman, Petitioner's attorney, who's address is P.O. Box 41, Monti-
cello, FL 32345 on or before September 22, 2008, and file the original with the clerk of
this said court either before service on petitioner's attorney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition.
Dated this August 3, 2008
As Clerk of the Court
By Christy Wilson
Deputy Clerk
8/15/08. 8/22/08

CASE NO. 2008CA0002070001 XX
JANICE D. WOODALL; 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

TO: JANICE D. WOODALL, Defendant, unknown tenants; and other unknown par-
ties 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.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following de-
scribed property in Madison County, Florida, to-wit:
A parcel of land lying in Section 8, Township 1 South; Range 11 East,
Madison County, Florida, and being more particularly described as fol-
lows: Commence at the Northeast comer of said Section 8 and run South
89 Degrees 31 Minutes 49 Seconds West, a distance of 16441 feet; thence
South 00 Degrees 00 Minutes 00 Seconds East, a distance of 38.10 feet,
said point lying on the South and West right of ways of N.E. Beulah
Church Road, thence South 04 Degrees 01 Minutes 49 Seconds West
along said West right of way, a distance of 1,6632.04 feet to the Point of
Beginning, from said Point of Beginning; continue South 04 Degrees 01
Minutes 49 Seconds West along said right of way, a distance of 304.18
feet; thence leaving said right of way, run South 89 Degrees 58 Minutes
13 Seconds West, a distance of 719.25 feet; thence North 04 Degrees 01
Minutes 49 Seconds East, a distance of 304.18 feet; thence North 89 De-
grees 58 Minutes 13 Seconds East, a distance of 719.25 feet to the Point
of Beginning containing 5.01 acres, more or less. And being sub a 10.0
foot easement for utilities and drainage on all side lot lines.
And being subject to a 20.0 foot easement for utilities and drainage on
all front and back lot lines.
And being subject to all county road right of ways.
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiffs attorney and counsel of record,
ROSE M. DECKER, JR., Esquire of The Decker Law irm, P.A., 320
White Avenue, Post Office Drawer 1288, Live Oak, Florida 32064,
within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice of Action, and file the
original with the Clerk of the Court, Honorable TIM SANDERS, whose address is
Madison County Courthouse, Post Office Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341, either be-
fore service on the Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter. If you fail to answer,
defend or otherwise plead to this action to foreclose a mortgage, a Default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This Notice of Action is ex-
ecuted and published pursuant to the provisions of 49.08, et seq., Florida Statutes.
DATE: August 11, 2008
Honorable Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Court
Madison County, Florida
As Deputy Clerk
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Real 6statc

Friday, August 15, 2008

By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
For the average investor, real estate can
be attractive because most people have
some basic experience with it, perhaps sim-
ply through the purchase of a family home.
Real estate is tangible. You can see it, touch
it, change it and use it every day In addi-
tion, real estate can be a good source of
cash flow through rentals. A tenant can
cover mortgage and up-
keep and the taxes on the
rents can be offset by
mortgage interest and de-
preciation. both of which
are great tax deductions
against real estate in-
come. And most impor-
tantly as compared to oth-
er investments, the in-
vestor is in charge. con-
trolling the future of the
investment, although
market dynamics affect
rents and value, of course.
Consider the follow-
ing example. A home is
purchased and subse-
quently rented to a ten-
ant. Five years later, it is sold with the in-
tention of buying a property for a business.
Because such a good decision was made on
the location of the home that has also been
well maintained, the property appreciated
in value considerably
If one were to simply sell the home, the
IRS would tax the profits, also known as
capital gains. The difference between the
home's sales price and what was originally
paid for it, plus improvements, is taxed at
15 percent for long-term property invest-
ments and at one's ordinary income tax
rate for short-term gains, up to 35 percent.
If depreciation was taken over the years, it
will have to be recaptured as well, and

Using A 1031 Exchange Reverse lrtigages Provide

taxed. At the end of the day, it is not un-
common for an investor to pay a third of
their profits to the government. It is avoid-
able, however.
The solution is found in the IRS Tax
Code, Section 1031. A 1031 Exchange is a
provision in the U.S. Tax Code that allows
an investor or business-owner to sell their
real estate and re-invest the money in an-
other piece of property without paying tax-
es. Instead, these taxes
are postponed, or de-
ferred, until one decides
to cash-out.
Exchanges are
easy The first step to
completing an exchange
is to contact a Qualified
Intermediary (QI) to han-
w fow dle the exchange. At the
closing of the old proper-
ty, the QI will hold the
cash proceeds from that
sale in trust on behalf of
the seller. The funds
should be held in a sepa-
rate bank account and not
commingled with other
client funds held by the
QI. Then, when directed to do so, the QI
will forward those funds to purchase the
new property.
There are a few simple rules and time
deadlines that are required to meet 1031 Ex-
change eligibility in order to defer all of
the taxes. For instance, the new property
must be of equal or greater value than the
old property and one can't pull any cash
out of the closing of the old property. Raw
land, apartments, single-family homes, of-
fice space and other categories are eligible
properties. Check with a qualified QI for
more details.
Writer Michael Curtis can be reached at

Lucy Hull, a 68-year-
old, wheelchair-bound wid-
ow living with hei cat
Freckles and her dog Bon-
nie in Overland Park, Kan.,
had to turn her porch
lights off last Halloween
because she couldn't afford
to buy candy for the neigh-
borhood children. Even
though she had carefully
planned for her retirement,
mounting economic pres-
sure was forcing her fur-
ther and further behind in
her bills and she had just
received a foreclosure no-
tice. "I was crying and try-
ing to ignore the trick-or-
treaters at the door," Hull
recalled. "I honestly didn't
know what to do next."
Hull's story is not un-
common. According to the
National Council on Aging,
by the year 2030, retirees
will be $45 billion short of
the income needed to meet
basic .food, shelter and
medical needs. New re-
search shows that both
foreclosures and bankrupt-
cies are on the rise among
senior citizens, making
this an even more pressing
concern for seniors and
their families. Unfortu-
nately, many seniors in sit-
uations similar to Hull's
are simply unaware that
there are compelling fi-
nancing options available

nancial, a reputable re-
source for seniors. As part
of the reverse mortgage
package it found for Hull,
the company first helped
her negotiate a lower pay-
off amount for the impend-
ing foreclosure on her ex-
isting mortgage. With the
help of the loan advisers at
Golden Gateway Financial,
Hull now owns her home
and is secure with a guar-
anteed monthly income as
long as she lives in her
house. "It gave me peace of
mind," she said. "I plan on
staying here until I die."
Seniors in need of cash
or those simply looking to
augment their current in-
come should carefully re-
search reverse mortgages
before deciding on a lender.
Sites like www.goldengate-
waycom are useful re-
sources because tools such
as their award-winning on-
line calculator can help se-
niors ,assess their financial
health and then privately
compare, choose and get
the right reverse mortgage
for their unique situation.
For Hull, and for millions
of other senior Americans
with financial burdens, a
reverse mortgage can pro-
vide financial security and
peace of mind long into
what should be the best
years of their lives.

to them.
One alternative for se-
niors facing foreclosure is
a reverse mortgage. A re-
verse mortgage is a federal-
ly insured mortgage prod-
uct created in 1961 by the
Federal Housing Adminis-
tration that is designed to
protect seniors by helping
them to recapture the equi-
ty they have built up in
their homes. A reverse
mortgage allows individu-
als 62 years old or older
who own their homes and
who have built up equity in
it to secure up-front cash,
ongoing monthly payouts
or a combination of the
two from a lender. The only
stipulation is that the own-
ers remain in their home
and that they maintain the
property (including insur-
ance, property taxes and
critical repairs). No credit
evaluation is required. A
monthly payout from a re-
verse mortgage can sub-
stantially augment Social
Security payments, and be-
cause a borrower will nev-
er owe more than the cur-
rent market value of the
home, it protects heirs
from debt.
.Fortunately, Hull's sto-
ry has a happy ending. She
responded to a reverse
mortgage advertisement
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percent. That's double
what they had estimated
in November, when they
noted the fast-booming
state had never experi-
enced such a decline in re-
cent times.
According to these re-
cent releases, the six per-
cent decrease would be
even higher were it not
for a relatively modest
$55.6 billion in new con-
struction, which is fore-
cast to decrease almost 35
percent, to about $36.4 bil-
lion, for the 2009 tax rolls.
Property values will con-
tinue to decline next year,
too, as the real estate mar-
ket corrects itself after
years of double-digit,
speculator-fueled growth.
As it drops, so will the
economy, likely leading to
painful budget cuts in lo-
cal governments in the

coming months.
The state's total prop-
erty value is estimated to
drop an additional 4.92
percent next year, ticking
down from $2.43 trillion to
almost $2.35 trillion in
2009, according to econo-
mists from the state
House, Senate, tax depart-
ment and Governor's of-
fice who met recently to
estimate the total proper-
ty values of the state for
purposes of figuring
school taxes.
The economists say
there are some bright
spots, however. They pre-
dict property values and
the economy will start to
improve sometime next
year. In the meantime,
homes, particularly those
facing foreclosure, are be-
coming affordable.
"You're seeing more of
what you would think of
as 'fire sales,' just really
rock-bottom prices to
move property," said the
Legislature's chief econo-
mist, Amy Baker. "It's not
a terrible thing. You want
to see that."
The loss in so much

market value also trans-
lates into a loss of taxable
value for schools and lo-
cal governments. The an-
ticipated decline in 2009
would mean that schools
would lose about $140 mil-
lion statewide, unless the
Legislature increases the
tax rate.
With construction and

home sales grinding to a
near-halt, state sales tax
and real estate tax collec-
tions are dropping as

well. At their August 15
meeting, state economists
are likely to forecast a big
budget deficit on top of
the $6 billion the Legisla-
ture and Governor Char-
lie Crist have already cut
over the past year. Ulti-
mately, that may require
more budget cuts and dip-
ping into the state's dwin-
dling reserves.
One of the drastic re-
formation alternatives
will be on the ballots No-
vember 4. Being referred
to as a "tax-swap" plan, it
would eliminate the
school property tax rates
required by the Legisla-
ture. That would wipe out
about 25 percent of the av-
erage homeowner's tax
bill. In return, the Legis-
lature would have to in-
crease the sales tax a pen-
ny and cut other parts of
the budget, then try to re-
work these tax changes
back into school funding
that is already under
heavy duress.
Writer Michael Curtis
can be reached at

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