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Town Hall

meeting to

address

health care

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Do you have concerns about
healthcare and health-related issues
and want straight answers?
Come to an old-fashioned Town
Hall meeting next Wednesday, Feb.
.23, from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Gadsden
-County Senior Citizens Center
:(directly behind Gadsden Commu-
nity Hospital) to express those con-
-cerns. The healthcare meeting is the
brainchild of Congressman Allen
Boyd (D-North Florida) and is part
of Boyd's Healthcare Tour through-
out North Florida.
"During the past few years, my
constituents have consistently
expressed their concerns about the
availability and quality of health
care in North Florida. I urge the
:public to attend and participate in
the meeting so that I can better
serve the interests of North Floridi-
ans in Washington," Boyd said.
The meeting is intended to allow
for candid conversations within the
community on important healthcare
issues. Boyd said he expects and
encourages citizens to ask questions
on a broad range of health-related
issues.


Accused




murderer




stands trial


Photo by Byron Spires


Accused murderer Andrew Romeo Johnson and defense attorney Judy Hall listen to testi-
mony from state expert witnesses during the opening hours of his trial in Quincy Tuesday.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Expert witnesses said the gun used
to kill 53-year-old Jerome Pete in
December of 2003 could not have
fired accidentally, even though the
scope was missing two screws and
parts of it were in pretty bad shape.
Jeff Foggy, a crime lab analyst with
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, said he fired the gun
at the lab and tried to make it "go
off' but it never did unless he pulled
the trigger.
"I've never known a gun like this
to just go off," said Foggy.
"Even," asked defense attorney
Judy Hall, "if it had been bouncing
around in a car?"
"No" replied Foggy.
Hall's client, Andrew Romeo John-
son, 48, is on trial this week for
Pete's murder. He could face life in


Photo by Byron Spires
FDLE Crime scene specialist
Robert Shawn Yoa displays
Jerome Pete's bloody shirt.
prison if convicted.
In a recorded statement taken on
Dec. 29, 2003 Johnson said he gave
Pete's niece, Rachel Pete, a ride to
See MURDER TRIAL on Page 7


Development gets "go-ahead"


"The Farms" opposition centers around sewage, traffic


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

After more than an hour of hearing from resi-
dents of The Farms at Quincy, the Board of
County Commissioners at their regular meeting
Tuesday night voted to approve the ordinance on
the second reading to clear the way to change the
comprehensive plan to allow for land use changes
on three sites.
Graves Williams, who owns 1,000 acres north
of the Quincy city limits, wants to use part of the
property for a 161 unit housing development. To
do that an ordinance must be passed changing the
use on the comprehensive plan from Agriculture
3 to Agriculture 1.
While the local planning agency and the county
commissioners already approved the amendment,
an ordinance must be adopted.
Cindy D'Entremont, president of The Farms at


Quincy Property Owner's Association had given
several reasons why the 200 taxpayers she repre-
sented opposed the ordinance. She cited the
increase in traffic that would be generated from
161 new homes and the excessive use and wear
and tear on the newly repaved Glory Road. The
main point, however, was the developer's sani-
tary wastewater solution.
"This is our greatest concern. Their plan to
install up to 161 additional septic tank systems in
this development puts our community's water
system in peril. Our only source of water is from
our community and individual wells. This area of
the county has many, many springs and we enjoy
a very high quality water supply," she said.
D'Entremont said the association did not want
to block progress and that new developments
are needed but requested that all develop-
ers be directed stop using "antiquated and harm-
ful methods of wastewater disposal and to require


the use of new technology and thereby minimize
any chances of spoiling our beautiful area."
Property owner John Sutton said he moved here
from Virginia one of the fastest growing area in
the nation and knows first hand what happens
when too many septic tanks are allowed in one
area. "This is no small issue. It will come back to
haunt you and haunt you," he warned.
Clarence Lewis former Gretna mayor said the
developer should look into other alternatives
before septic tanks.
"I'm concerned about the health of Gadsden
County. Has anyone from the Williams outfit
gone to talk with Gretna about hooking up with
them? Here's another option: have they talked to
the rural development (Farmer's Home Adminis-
tration) about putting in their own system?
Between the tomato fields and the septic tanks,
I'll be damned if they won't kill all of us off," he
See HOUSES on page 7


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Lecture to celebrate famous Black fighter pilots


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

There was a time when blacks
who were interested in aviation had
no outlet in the United States. For
some the only way to learn was to
move to Europe in general and
France in particular.
That was until the 1940s when an
experiment called the "Tuskegee
Airmen" took place in Tuskegee,


Alabama and the rest is history. The
black pilots trained there became
some of the best fighter pilots of the
times and contributed significantly
to America's victory in World War
II.
Sunday, February 20, from 4 p.m.
to 5 p.m. a lecture will be given on
the airmen. It is called "The
Tuskegee Airmen: Highlights of
Black Aviators" and the presenters
are Norman Jackson Ph.D., Quincy


resident and retired educa-
tor from Florida State
University and graduate of
Tuskegee Institute, and
Eddie Jackson, a former
vice-president at Florida A
& M University.
The two men are not
related but share an inter-
est in the subject and have
been close friends for
See AIRMEN on Page 7


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at the center Photos by Byron Spires

Golloway retires from Gadsden Art Center

"Zoe" takes a walk down memory lane of art, people and shows


by ALICE DU 'PONT ,%'
Times Editor

When you refer to some folks
by only their first name evern- I
one knows immediately who L "
you're talking about. You kno\\ I I
them: there's Cher, Tyra, and
Madonna. Just say "Zoe" in
Gadsden county and everyone
knows you're talking about Zoe
Golloway, the woman ahead of.
behind and beside The Gadsden
Art Center for the past 16 years.
It was warm last Frida\
morning and Zoe, the executiNve
director of Gadsden Arts, Inc.
sat at her desk wrapped in a
pretty red shawl. She said she
borrowed the shawl from the
gift shop to keep her warm. The -
chill was coming from what she "--
suspected was the beginnings of -'
a cold.
Her desk was strewn with "-


color photographs. "This is 15 5
years' worth of stuff. I'm sorting
it out to put into scrap books.
There were pictures of opening
nights, individuals' arts, guests
of the center and other candid
shots that had been taken since
the old-Bell & Bates Hardware
store became Art in Gadsden.
"I call it going down memory
lane," she said of the hundreds
of pictures in front of her. Gol-
loway is leaving the art center.
She is retiring as of the end of
the month, In a way it's like let-
ting a child go. Golloway has
been the only mother since she
took over from Beth Appleton
and Dave Harbaugh in 1989.
Golloway recalls the early
years when each November the
show was moved from place to
place. There were shows in the
lobbies of the Quincy State and
Barnett Banks, the old
McCrory's Five and Dime Store,
and the old Wilson's Building.
"All of us loved the show, but it
was just so much work moving
from place to place every year,"
she said.
Golloway recalled how she
first came to Quincy. She and
her husband (Dr. Glenn Gol-
loway) moved to Gadsden
county from Tampa. He had
been hired at Florida State Hos-
pital as the physician in charge
of the forensic medical unit. "We
lived on the grounds at the hos-
pital and soon bought a house at
Lake Talquin to get away from
the hospital on weekends," she
said. On one of her drives to
familiarize herself with her new
county, she came to see what
Quincy was really like. She met'
Appleton and Harbaugh and
became involved their vision for
a permanent art center.
Throughout the 16 years she
has been at the center, Golloway
has had her own vision. "I see it
as providing an outlet for the


community, a space for activities
that are fun and useful," she
said. He center has turned into
that and more under Golloway's
leadership. Between 15,000 and
20,000 people visit the gallery
annually and visitors have come
from' almost all over, the world.
"A lot of the people are from
other places and they learn about
us through word of mouth," she
said. Except for the one time a
German man who planned to
visit the United States saw a
blurb in a German travel maga-
zine about Gadsden Arts and
decided that a side trip to Quincy
and the center would be worth
the extra effort. "A lot of people
are beginning to go off the
beaten path more and more and
come to places like Quincy. I'm
just hoping that more and more
places will open in the down-
town to draw these people," she
said. She would like for
county and city officials to see
the center as economic develop-
ment and not a charitable dona-
tion.
And while out-of-towners are
always welcome, she had tried to
encourage local people to take
advantage of the gallery and all
it has to offer throughout the
year. The gallery's only juried
show, "Art In Gadsden: A
Regional Exhibition of Fine Art"
is hailed as one of the best shows
in North Florida. That one
month show alone draws thou-
sands annually and the number
of artists competing continues to
grow as well.
Golloway recalled when the
place was full of young faces
fascinated by their own art work
and in awe of the works of oth-
ers. "They pulled art out of the
school system. It' s been proved
that the arts aid in learning. At
one time all of the county's fifth
graders came to the center once a


year, but that has since
stopped. It's much
harder to get kids in
here and children have
to be exposed (to art)
to appreciate it," she
said.


Still,. without
the children, Golloway
said she has met many
people along the way
through her work with
the- art center. "People
like Yvonne Tucker,
retired FAMU profes-
sor, and of course
Dean Mitchell, Becky
'__- Carlin and Becky
Reep, who are just
amazing staff, and
Beth and Dave. And
what would I have
i done without Leo and
Dawn McMillan who
took me in as a family
member when Glenn
died?" she asked.
Next Friday, Feb. 25, a show
will be dedicated to one of her
favorite artists Bill Thursday,
who passed several years ago.
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Local Guard recruitment

marches on in face of war


Bonuses, tuition

still help draw

new recruits
by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

What effect does the war in Iraq
have on the Florida Army National
Guard's recruitment, especially
when 60 soldiers have been
deployed from the 708th Mainte-
nance Company here in Gadsden
county?
According to Staff Sergeant
Charles Prieto, recruiting and
retention NCO located at the
708th, very little.
Prieto said that statewide the
numbers were down, primarily in
retention, but that was primarily
because so Mnany Florida Guards-
men were deployed. In addi-
tion, Prieto was quick to note that
not all of the guardsmen had been
deployed to a war zone.
. "We've actually had some join
because of the war," Prieto said.
Prieto was quick to say that he
felt the media had focused more
on the negative than on those that
have not complained about being
deployed.
"We are citizen soldiers. This is
not a nine to five job and we
understand that. They (guards-
men) understand that they could
get that call. They understand that


and they go. It's a soldiers right to
complain, but we will complain
while we do our job with maxi-
mum effort," Prieto said.
Prieto said that many of those
that he has talked to who have
returned from Iraq talk about the
good that has been done in the
country. He said they talk about
giving the Iraqi people water, sup-
plies and medicine.
He said that it is a different
world than the public sees on
national television.
One soldier lost was too many
Prieto said.
So far, according to the
National Guard web site four
Florida Army Guardsmen have
lost their lives while on deploy-
ment.
PFC Brandon Wadman, 19 was
killed in Afghanistan. Three
guardsmen, Specialist Jeffery M.
Wershow, 22 and Corporal John T.
Rivero, 23 and Robert A. Wise, 21
(Tallahassee) have died in Iraq.
Sergeant Dennis J. Boles, 46 was
killed in Kuwait.Even with
guardsmen being deployed to
areas like Iraq and Afghanistan
recruits are still joining the guard
One of the reasons that the
guard is continuing to recruit
young men and women, Prieto
said, is the benefits the guard
offers both those that want to stay
in the guard and those that are
looking to join.


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

If you have a broken bone you
go to the hospital and have it set.
If you have a mental illness, you
just deal with it.
Or do you?
That has been the norm for
A\mcicin 1-.Liety- for many
decades.
There is. for some, still a stigma
attached to having a mental illness.
But there are some sobering sta-
tistics that shed a brighter light on
those who must deal with mental
illness, they are not as alone as you
may think.
SToday, one in every five Ameri-
cans suffers from a diagnosable
mental disorder in any given year.
You are almost guaranteed to
come in contact with a person who
suffers with some form of a mental
disorder in your lifetime. It could
be a spouse, a child, a relative or a
friend.
It could be depression, Bipolar
Disorder, Anxiety, Panic Disorder
or a host of other mental illnesses.
Mental illness crosses all racial,
age, socioeconomic and gender
boundaries.
The cost of mental illness is
unmeasurable in human toll. The
loss of work, loss of productivity,
premature deaths and disability are
factors that should also be included
when figuring the cost of mental
illness, but they have no direct
financial bearing at least in actual
dollars lost.
One economic tally that can be


figured is the nearly $100 billion a
year that is spent for mental health
care.
The odds are that you probably
know someone who suffers some
form of mental illness.
For those that suffer with or
must deal with someone with a
mental illness locally there is hope.
The Apalachee Center located,
on LaSalle Path in Quincy (behind
the Gadsden Memorial Hospital)
works daily with clients who are
dealing with the issues surrounding
mental illness.
"Our goal is not to send people
to the state hospital, but to get
them back with their families and
into society," Barbara Hanks, pro-
gram director for Apalachee Center
said.
Hanks said that there were sev-
eral local group homes in the
county that are used to help clients
make the transition back into soci-
ety.
Hanks oversees an eight-county
district that includes Gadsden, Lib-
erty, Franklin, and Wakulla coun-
ties. The non-profit center works
with family members as well as
clients to ensure that the families
stay together during the clients' ill-
ness.
"If the client will allow us we
want to keep their family
involved," Hanks said. Hanks said
that her staff acts as advocates for
their clients. They work closely
with other agencies to make sure
their clients receive the benefits
they need.
"We link them to the services


IM .e State Attorney moves from local office


SSG. Charles Prieto is shown talking to two young people about


the benefits of the Guard offers.

"We offer great benefits and
cash bonuses," Prieto said.
On the re-enlistment side, Pri-
eto said to re-up for six years
could net a guardsman a $15,000
bonus. A three year commitment
could mean a $7,500 bonus.
There is a host of benefits that
are available on joining. But, you
have to sign a six-year commit-
ment and spend 13 weeks in boot
camp, then it's off to training in
your field for a total of five to six
months away from home, Prieto
said.
Once back at home, it is one
weekend a month of local training
and two weeks a year at camp.
For that the Guard will pay you-
$194.16 a month for the first two
years as a PFC and an E-5 (Sgt.)
will earn $274.76 a month.
There are other perks that
include up to a $10,000 signing
bonus, paid college tuition, stu-


that they need and at the same time
we monitor their mental illness."
Currently Gadsden county does
not have a residential facility for
clients. Leon county has an inpa-
tient and residential program
Hanks said.
Transportation for many Gads-
den County residents is a problem,
and the center provides transporta-
tion for their clients, Hanks said.
The center operates Monday
through Friday and provides
classes for clients in arts and crafts,
communication. budgenng. and
regular lea]Lh issues. Also offered
to the clients are outings that
include educational field trips and
shopping trips. This, Hanks said,
helps some of their clients with
their social skills.
There are two groups each day
that use the facility. In order to be a
part of the groups that use the facil-
ity, Hanks said the clients must be
physically able to take care of
themselves.
Apalachee also works with chil-
dren. The referrals come through
individual schools and currently
the center has case managers and
behavioral specialist who work
with the child, the parents and the
teacher.
Hanks said that if a parent has
concerns about their child they
should contact the child's guidance
counselor for a referral.
To fund the private non-profit
center, Hanks said the organization
depends on Medicaid, Medicare,
outside insurance and some state
funding.
Hanks has high praise for her
staff which she says are competent
and caring when it comes to deal-
ing with the center's clients. "I
could not do what I need to do if I


photo by Byron Spires


dent loans, complete your six
years and qualify for a VA loan.
Prieto said that you can retire
at 20 years with benefits.
"We are professional soldiers,
we teach you to think on your
feet," Prieto said.
Joining the guard is not just a
trip to the armory to sign up. Each
applicant must complete an appli-
cation, be between the ages of 18-
35, have a high school diploma,
pass a physical and complete an
aptitude test.
"We are not asking people to
join the Guard, but to take on a
lifestyle. We will make a definite
change in a person," Prieto said.
If you would like more infor-
mation about the guard contact
SSG Charles Prieto at 850-627-
9852 .or at guard.com >



did not have this staff," Hanks
said.
About the Apalachee Center
program, Hanks had this to say,
"This agency is very family ori-
ented, we are very supportive of
each other. I would not have stayed
in this job for the past 19 years if it
were not for this staff and our
clients," Hanks said.
If you would like more informa-
tion about Apalachee Center you
can contact them at 850-875-2422
or at their web site <
\ ww'.apalacheecenter.org >


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Children change your life.
Assistant State Attorney Phil
Smith's last day in Gadsden
county was last Friday. "I love it
here, but basically it came down
to my kids. They are 12 and 16
and I just feel I need to be there
more for them," he said, sitting
amid boxes that contained 18
years of accumulated office
clutter. Smith lives in Tallahas-
see and is the first to admit that
he often gets home too late to
spend quality time with the
kids.
"It is with mixed emotions
that we see Phil go," said co-
worker Frank Allman.
Smith will be working in the
Tallahassee office where he will
be reviewing felony cases try-
ing to find appropriate pleas and
possibly keep some cases out of
the courts. "It will be less
intense, I won't be in court so
much," he said. What he will
miss most, though, about
Quincy is the slow pace of life
here and the fact that when he
walks down the street, people
say hello and know him by
name.
He will also miss calls from
inmates who want to work out
their own deals and pleas with-
out their attorney. "They'll cajl
me and want to work out a deal.
S.they know better but they still
try," he said, recalling some of
the lighter moments in the job.
Certain aspects of a job as
hard as his deal with the human
condition at its worst. Stamped
on his memory forever and
vividly is the murder of Peggy
Cook, the secretary in the
Havana office of Pat Thomas &
Associates Insurance. "I guess
that really got to me because her
child (got off the school bus)
walked in and found her dead,"


he said.
That may have been the most
difficult case, but Smith said the
county and his office changed
when "crack" cocaine hit rural
America in 1982.
"It was the spring of 1984
when crack hit North Florida.
There were increases in rob-


Phil Smith


bery, petty theft, snatch and
grab robberies," he said. The
drug caused the state attorney's
office to change, too. "Before
long we had to adapt ourselves
to dealing with "crack" babies.
Thank God for grandparents.
We had to change the math for
prosecution," he said. In rural
areas like Gadsden county, there
was no place to put offenders,
although their crimes were
drug-related, but in jail. "There
is no access to help these peo-
ple," he said.
He has also seen another
drug spin-off: people who are
committing multiple crimes and
an increase in females who are
landing in jail. "There are
fewer people, but they are com-
mitting a multitude of crimes,"
he said.
After 28 years Smith says
they are still looking for
answers, but he has accepted the
fact that there is no "crystal
ball." "


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4 February 17, 2005


PINIONS


findingg Roads


By: BYron Spires ^l



It's just a matter of time


Have you ever.thought of
how much time we have
wished away?
Let me give you an example
of what I'm talking about.
You are sitting in ninth
grade algebra class just before
lunch and you're hungry. There
is fifteen minutes left in the
class.
"Boy, I wish it was lunch
already," you thought.
Swish! You just wished
away fifteen minutes of your
life.
Along the same train of
thought, I'll give you a few
more examples.
Again back in school, you
managed to get a date or if
you're female, asked out on a
date on Wednesday for the
coming Friday. The next thing
you know you have wished
away nearly three days.
We do it all of our lives.
How many times have you
heard "I wish this wedding was
over." You can wish away a lot
of time waiting on a wedding,
especially if you have a long
engagement.


Ever caught yourself saying,
"Boy, I wish this day was
over."
Another two hours gobbled
up in another wish.
I can't wait (another way to
wish things along) till my kids
are grown, my mother-in-law
moves out, the house is paid
off or my vacation gets here,
are other ways we wish away
our time.
We even wish old age on
ourselves.
Have you ever heard some-
one say something like, "I wish
I was retiring tomorrow."
And the irony of it is that
wishing away time actually
works.
It really does.
I wished from the age of
about 11 or 12 for my 16th
birthday so that I could get my
driver's license and drive by
myself.-
Think about it, I wished
away four or five years for
something that I've been doing
now for nearly 36 years. Look-
ing back that was a waste of a
good wish, but at the time it


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Dear Editor.

Valentines Da\ has passed with
man) emotions...sweet and sad.
Living \ ith Illness day to dJa. the
holidays -eenm to bring them up in
inc. What I w ish., what I wantt seems
so far away. But the Lord does work
in enr interestine.ml serious \wa s.
One of the-e discoveries in this
adventure of paral, sis [ni\ son is c-
5 incomplete] is meeting Dr. Jesse
Furlow. A woman of the utmost
integrity, compassion, and stamina
has been living and practicing med-
icine at Gadsden Medical Center for
many years now. I ~ anted it tell her,
publicly for myself and definitely\


for E\erect that our admiration for
her and her \work far exceeds a
\alentines card or a dozen roses.
Tina Turner w rote a song..I think the
title is "You're simply the best!"
Well. -he !i the best!
I suppose being locked put of the
"other" medical practice \ as a good
thune after all. Nla be it w as God's
way of putting E'.eiett into her car-
ing hands. The difference in treat-
ment is phenomenal. To see sick
folks e\ er\ da\. to go back to w ork
so s-oon after losing the lo\e of her,
ife. to be hugged b\ her at the hos-
pital...she held me in her arms and
\e cried together...to find strength
from the Man upstairs through Dr.


4 February 17, 2005


About love: From the mouths of babes


by Jack Levine

As Valentine's Day is near, I
wanted to share this message as
my gift to you.
A group of 4 to 10 year-olds
was asked, "What does love
mean?" A selection of
the answers......from the mouths
of babes!
"When my grandmother got
arthritis, she couldn't bend over
and paint her toenails anymore.
So my grandfather does it for her
all the time, even when his hands
got arthritis too. That's love."
(Rebecca age 8)
"When someone loves you, the
way they say your name is differ-
ent. You just know
that your name is safe in their
mouth.". (Billy age 4)
"Love is when a girl puts on
perfume and a boy puts on shav-
ing cologne and they go out and
smell each other." (Karl age 5)
"Love is when you go out to
eat and give somebody most of
your French fries without making
them give you any of theirs."
(Chrissie age 6)
"Love is what makes you smile
when you're too tired to think."
(Terri age 9)


"Love is when my mommy
makes coffee for my daddy and
she takes a sip before giving it to
him, to make sure the taste is
OK." (Danny age 7)a
"Love is the silent sound in the
room when the people you care
about are all together." (Luis age
10)
"Love is, when you tell a boy
you like his shirt, and then he
wears it everyday."
(Noelle age 7)
"Love is like a little old woman
and a little old man who dre still
friends even after they know each
other too well." (Tommy age 6)
"During my piano recital, I was
on a stage and I was scared. I
looked at all the people watching
me and I saw my daddy waving
and smiling. I wasn't scared
anymore. Love does that." (Cindy
- age 8)
"My mommy loves me more
than anybody. You don't see any-
one else kissing me to sleep at
night, do you?" (Clare age 6)
"Love is when Mommy gives
Daddy the best piece of chicken
and doesn't even think about it."
(Elaine age 5)
"Love is when Mommy sees
Daddy smelly and sweaty and still


says he is handsomer than Robert
Redford." (Chris age 7)
"Love is when your puppy
licks your face even after you left
him alone all day." (Mary Ann -
age 4)
"When you love somebody,
your eyelashes go up and down
and little stars come out of you."
(Karen age 7)
"You really shouldn't say 'I
love you' unless you mean it. But
if you mean it,
you should say it a lot. People for-
get." (Jessica age 8)
And the final one to melt any-
body's heart:
Author and lecturer Leo
Buscaglia once talked about a
contest he was asked to judge.
The purpose of the contest was to
find the most caring child.
The winner was a four year old
child whose next door neighbor
was an elderly gentleman who had
recently lost his wife. Upon see-
ing the man cry, the little boy
went into the old gentleman's
yard, climbed onto his lap, and
just sat there. When his Mother
asked him what he had said to the
neighbor, the little boy said,
"Nothing, really. I just helped him
cry."


seemed like a good idea.
In perspective it really does-
n't make sense to wish away
any of your time.
Because once you wish it
away, it is gone forever.
I know that I would like to
go back and retrieve some of
that time that I wished away.
As a matter of fact I did
some quick calculations and
came up with a ball park figure
of the amount of time I have
wished away.
The answer scared me, I'm
actually living on borrowed
time.
The way I got it figured I
will need to live to about 2051,
give or take 10 years to make
up for all of the time that I
have wished away.
There is one catch however,
I can't wish away any more
time.
That may be difficult for me
I'm afraid, especially since
I've got an income tax refund
coming, some more vacation
time left this year and a trip
planned to my daughter's col-
lege graduation.
Did I mention that baseball
season is just around the corner
and that I got one of those
packets in the mail that said I
could be a winner in the June
drawing?
So, since I'm a procrastina-
tor, I'll just worry about wish-
ing away time tomorrow.
Oh, well, old habits are hard
to break aren't they?

Furloi\\ is a teimon fto" share.
Beleive me when I say that she is a
special and rare rose that cannot be
propagated so readily. She has the
Word. She has beauty in her eyes
and soul that can only be seen
quickly because she is not arrogant
or boastful like many doctors of the
day. She does not flaunt her intelli-
gence AT you, she listens intently to
you.
Dear. dear Dr. Jesse Furlow\.
thank Nou for helping E\erett. Life
is hard for us right now and it is a
true blessing to ha\c you for his
doctoi. To visitt a rose arden of
color and beaut\ instead of a long,
dry, dirt road has helped me when
times were eitra tough. Histoi\
show s us that the lose is a \ mbol of
lo\e The color ied symbolizes
passion piiik-simplicit., white.
purity yello\\-perfect achievement.
Dr. Furlo\ is all ot these and more.
Thank you. Dr. Futlol\. for being
the ro-e that r ou iae'

NIartha Henderson-Moor


Photos by Byron Spires


Smoke

gets in

your eyes

Saturday afternoon a control
burn on Highway 12
between Quincy and Havana
covered the road above, with
smoke and sent plumes of
smoke into the clear after-
noon skies. A lone tractor
checks the burn line along a
fence row near the road.


Assisted living questions answered

'Aghig A.nterians '.' ant the'fidd- member,," 'says: *C inthia R tidder;r? best-and can implement changes 'to
pendence and choice that;''ssisted PhD, executive director of the, create the most satisfying environ-
living facilities promise, but experts LTCCC. "We also know that ment for the residents.
say that reality often does not live assisted living staff and managers "Unlike other guides, these pro-
up to their expectations. According really want to make all of these vide practical advice for those who
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Coalition (LTCCC) and the Coali- it's not easy for them. There are ing independence, choice and con-
tion of Institutionalized Aged and many legitimate concerns and trol in an assisted living situation,
Disabled (CIAD), which have obstacles that must be overcome." specifically potential and current
extensively studied assisted living With funding from the Robert residents and their families, man-
arrangements throughout the nation, Wood Johnson Foundation, LTCCC agers and staff," says Geoff Lieber-
staff and managers of assisted living and CIAD developed four resource man, executive director of CIAD.
environmentsare committed to mak- guides to empower assisted living "A variety of obstacles exist that
ing the facilities meet the residents' residents, staff and consumers to hinder a resident's ability to lead an
desires, but often have a hard time create environments that offer inde- independent lifestyle. These guides
doing so. Competing needs of resi- pendence, choice and control for aim to initiate further discussion
dents, their children, managers and residents. The new resource guides about these obstacles and concerns
other staff make it difficult to create aim to effectively maximize resi- and offer solutions for overcoming
a lifestyle that is 'just like home' for dents' living experiences' by facili- most of them."
residents. Although fulfilling the tating discussion between assisted For example, although many res-
promise of assisted living is very living staff and residents, and offer- idents are able to choose which food
hard to achieve, experts say with the ing solutions that will further inde- they eat and what activities they
right tools, it can be done. pendence for residents. participate in, they have little
To help, easy-to-use resource The Guide For Potential Residents involvement in deciding what
guides that help residents' and staff helps potential residents and their options are offered as choices. The
maximize the assisted living experi- families choose an assisted living Guide for Current Residents sug-
ence are available free of charge at community that is the right fit for gests ways residents can work with
www.assisted-living411.org. the resident. staff to create menu and activity
Assisted living is typically a The Guide For Current Residents choices that are more representative
group-housing arrangement that helps people already in assisted liv- of residents' tastes and interests
assists residents with. their care ing assess whether their residence while the Guides for Managers and
needs while helping them maintain meets their expectations and sug- Direct Care Staff help staff respond
their autonomy and independence, gests ways to work with staff and to these requests and use residents'
The demand for this type of other residents to make it better. suggestions as a resource for creat-
arrangement created a boom in the The Guide For Assisted Living ing an environment that meets resi-
assisted living industry between Managers helps managers make dents' needs.
1998 and 2000, when the number of their management vision a reality, The guides are based on research
assisted living communities by providing practical tips and case performed by the LTCCC and the
increased more than 33 percent. studies that help staff meet resi- CIAD, both headquartered in New
"We know that satisfaction is dents' needs and overcome typical York City. All guides were
increased when residents maintain obstacles, reviewed by a professional advisory
their independence, ability to make The Guide For Assisted Living board and were pilot-tested in
decisions and control over their own Direct Care Staff is a uniquere- diverse communities across the
life and are able to clearly express source that recognizes that staff nation.
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of Directors of residents from facil-
ities throughout the New York City
area. Formed in 1973, CIAD is ded-
icated to protecting the rights of res-
idents and improving the quality of
their life and care.
The Long Term Care Community
Coalition is a coalition of consumer,
civic and professional organizations
whose collective mission is to pro-
tect and improve the quality of life
and care for people who use and/or
reside in nursing homes and other
types of long-term care residences
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Steppin' up
A small but enthusiastic group joined others statewide Saturday as Step
Up, Florida urged all of us to become more active and improve our
lifestyles. Walkers hit the pavement for some exercise as well as to carry
the banners to spread the word.


Parents' College Saturday


A free conference for parents of
children of all ages is being held
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Tallahassee Community College in
the Center for Economic Workforce
Development building.
The purpose of the event is to help
parents access information and learn
skills which will assist them in
meeting the day-to-day challenges
of parenting. Workshops will be
held in five areas including educa-
tion, health nutrition and safety, par-
enting and family issues, personal
finance and employment, and the
"pampered parent".
Thirty workshops will be held dur-
ing three sessions. Parents can learn
about becoming, a first time home=-
owner, they canr learr how to cure
the homework and studying blues,
or they can learn how to help chil-
dren cope with divorce, and much
more. In addition, there will be a
parent resource room with partici-
pants from area not-for-profit organ-
izations, and vendors will also be on
hand.


Limited child care is available for
a $5 fee at Eagles' Nest and the
Budd Bell Early Learning Center.
Free transportation is available. The
Boys & Girls Clubs bus will pick up
parents at the Gadsden County
Courthouse at 7:15 a.m. and the Fly-
ing J in Midway at 7:45 a.m. Parents
will be dropped off at the same loca-
tions at the conclusion of the confer-
ence.
To register call 414-9800, ext. 110
or email at info@kidsincorpo-
rated.org.
The event is being brought to the
community by a group of not-for-
profit organizations including Kids
Incorporated of the Bid Bend, the
Boys &. Girls Clubs of the Big.
Bend, FSU Early Head Start, the
Early Learning Coalition, Capital
Area Healthy Start, Capital Area
Community Action Agency, Inc.,
Whole Child Project Leon, the Area
Management Coalition for School
Readiness and the GFWC Tallahas-
see Junior Woman's Club.


Quincy Conference Center,

Cadillac Joe starts 'teen nites'


The Quincy Conference Center,
Inc: in conjunction with Cadillac
Joe has begun "TEEN NITE" every
Friday from 8 to 11 p.m. during the
school year. So, parents, your kids
haven't been pulling your leg!
Cadillac Joe is Quincy's own well
known DJ and has always been
hosting teen events. Teen Nite is a
positive atmosphere where kids can
socialize, dance and just have fun
together. Security is in full force and
provided by QPD.
There is a zero-tolerance policy at
Teen Nite, and parents are always
welcome. Parents are reminded to
pick up their children by 11:15 p.m.,
the staff will remain- until all chil-
dren are collected.
We're not just talking about our
kids' needs we are doing some-
thing about it, because if we don't
create a positive activity for "our"
kids, who will?
For those who would like to help,


we suggest you to sponsor a child
(pay their admission: $5 before 8:30
p.m. and $7 after 8:30 p.m.) Special
concerts and events admission
prices may change. If you have any
questions please feel free to call:
875-4507.
Kids: appearing at Teen Nite is
singer Khia -so dress to impress.



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S. j Coach "D" ready to light a fire for FCAT


Darrell "Coach D" Andrews will be speaking at
Shanks Middle School on Saturday, February
19th at 9 AM to Gadsden County parents and stu-
dents about getting excited and being prepared
for the upcoming Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test (FCAT) which will be given in March.
Florida Communities In Schools, in partnership
with the 21st Century GREAT Centers, are bring-
ing "D" to promote high expectations and "No
Excuses" to Gadsden County parents and stu-
dents.
"It's that time of year when we start to hear the
words 'FCAT' more and more. We want parents


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Class of 62
Carter-Parramore High School
class of 1962 will meet briefly for a
Super Reunion class photo on Satur-
day, Feb. 19 at 3 p.m. on the campus
of Carter-Parramore Academy.
Please call a friend and let them
know.

Commodities
distributions dates set
The Gadsden County Food Orga-
nization will be distributing US
Department of Agriculture surplus
commodities to eligible residents at
the following locations:
Quincy-Emergency Food ware-
house, 341 S. Cone St. Tuesday,
Feb. 21 through Friday, Feb. 25.
Hours are Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m., and Thursday from 1 to 4
p.m.
Chattahoochee-Recreation
Department, 131 Oak St. Thursday,
Feb. 24 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
Please bring bags to carry food
items in.
Rules for acceptance and partici-
pation in the program are the same
for everyone without regard to race,
color, national origin, age, sex, or
handicap.

West Gadsden

Historical Society
The rccqntly organized.Wcst Qads-
den Hiljsprical Society, Inc. n ill hold
its monthly meeting at 3 p.m. Sun-
day, Feb. 20 in Greensboro at the
Earl Willis Community Center, 163
S. Green Ave. (Hwy 12).
All people interested in the
history of the area, including Chatta-
hoochee, Mt. Pleasant, Hardaway,
Sycamore, Sawdust, Providence,
and all surrounding communities are
encouraged and welcome to join in
their efforts to preserve the pictures,


to know that they play an important role in mak-
ing sure their children are ready, prepared and
focused. Coach D will be instrumental in moti-
vating our students for the test," said Superinten-
dent Reginald C. James.
Coach D is a nationally renowned speaker and
the son of a mother who was a single parent and
a high school drop out.
He became a three-sport, all-star in high school,
a leader at his college and the first in his family to
graduate from college.
His desire to go to college pushed him to pack
all his belongings in five garbage bags and set out


artifacts and memories of times
gone by.
For further information, e-mail
lbs@tds.net or phone 627-3030.


Baby contest

in Havana
The Havana Knights of Pythian
Lodge #109 and Court of Acanthine
#79 will sponsor a baby contest on
Sunday, Feb 20 at 3 p.m. at Mt.
Zion AME Church in Havana
(Glade Community). Rev. Semmeal
Thomas, Pastor, Bro. Alonza
McBride, Chancellor. For further
information, please contact Bro.
McBride at 850-539-6989.

JAS class of 1971
The James A. Shanks class of 1971
will have a class meeting Sunday,
Feb. 20 at 5 p.m. at the home of
Lindsey Anderson, Sr. All members
are asked to attend.

JAS class of '85
James A. Shanks High School
class of 1985 will have a class meet-
ing on Sunday, Feb. 27, 4 p.m. at
Quincy City Hall to finalize the 20th
reunion. All classmates are asked to
attend. For more information.please
contact Shelia Thomas at 850-875-
4934.

Healthcare Town Hall
meeting with Boyd
On Wednesday, Feb. 23, Con-
gressman Allen Boyd (D-North
Florida) will host a Town Hall Meet-
ing for constituents to express their
concerns and ask questions on a
broad range of health-related issues.
The Town Hall Meeting is part of
Congressman Boyd's Healthcare
Tour throughout North Florida. It
will allow for candid conversations


for an unfamiliar city where he did not have
money to pay for tuition or board. With only $42
dollars in his pocket, he made his goal of obtain-
ing a college education a reality.
"I didn't know where I was going, but it had to
be better than where I was," Coach D states.
Transportation to the event is being provided to
all parents and students of the GREAT Center
program; however, all citizens are being asked to
attend.
Coach D will be speaking to students at East
Gadsden High School and Havana Middle School
on Friday, February 18th.


within the community on important
healthcare issues.
"During the past few years, my
constituents have consistently
expressed their concerns about the
availability and quality of healthcare
in North Florida," Boyd said. "I urge
the public to attend and participate
in the meeting so that I can better
serve the interests of North Floridi-
ans in Washington."
The meeting will be held from 4 to
5 p.m. at the Gadsden County
Senior Citizen Center, directly
behind Gadsden Memorial Hospital,
Hwy. 90 West in Quincy.


Pre-K, kindergarten
open house Feb. 24

The annual open house at the John
Allen Blitch Development Center in
Quincy is scheduled for Thursday,
Feb. 24, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Inter-
ested parents are encouraged to visit
and bring children. This will give
everyone an opportunity to see the
facilities and ask questions concern-
ing curriculum and the after-care
program. Teachers will be avail-
able. Applications for the up com-
ing 2005-2006 school year became
available Feb. 1st.


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Portable Buildings Marianna Mon-Sat8 a.. 5p.m.


NOTICE

TO ALL HOMEOWNERS

Tuesday, March 1, 2005 is the
Last Day to File for
Homestead Exemption.

NEW HOMEOWNERS
MUST APPLY IN PERSON

Widow, Widowers and New Homeowners
Should Apply for Exemption by March 1.

AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION
APPLICATIONS ARE ALSO DUE

All Personal Property Returns MUST
Be Filed by April 1, 2005, in order to
Avoid at 25% Mandatory Penalty.

AT THE
PROPERTY APPRAISER'S OFFICE
16 S. Calhoun Street Quincy, FL
Clay VanLandingham
Property Appraiser



NOTICE TO ALL
HOMESTEAD RECIPIENTS
The Gadsden County Property Appraiser's Office has received numerous
Homestead Automatic Renewal cards and Agricultural Classification cards due
to insufficient addresses. If you did not receive your card, please contact our
office as soon as possible so that we can make a second attempt to deliver your
renewal cards. The original cards were mailed December 31, 2004. Please con-
tact our office at 627-7168. We apologize for any inconvenience.


GADSEN COUNTY
HABITAT for HUMANITY
announces potential homeowners meetings

Wednesday, February 23 at 6:30 PM
at the Town Hall, Midway
or
Wednesday, March 16 at 6:30 PM
at the Public Library in Havana.


MEETING
For potential Homeowners: An opportunity to
find out if you can qualify for a home and the process for
applying. You must attend in order to be considered.

Contact: Inez Holt 627-8951 or Ruth Sutphin 539-0565


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If you would like to share news about your church's
activities you may submit news and photos to
Gadsden1 T gctimes@comcast.net. Church news items are free of
SS charge, but must be submitted by 9 a.m. Monday for
County that week's issue. Information may also be faxed to us
s ant 627-7191 or brought to our office at 15 S. Madison,
Times Quincy.


Brother Brandon Killings

Bro. Killings at

New Bethel
New Bethel AME Church
invites you to the Annual Black
History Program sponsored by
the Christian Education Depart-
ment and the YPDer on Sunday
at 11 a.m. The guest speaker is
Bro. Brandon Killings of St.
James AME Church, Marianna.
Featured will be the New Bethel
Drum Line. The entire congre-
gation is asked to dress in
African attire. Dinner will be
served. Rev. Roosevelt Hardy is
pastor. For more information
contact Tina Moore at 875-4889
or Leola Palmer at 627-6514.


Beulah Hill sweet-

heart reception
On Friday, Feb. 18, Beu-
lah Hill Missionary Baptist
Church in Gretna will hold
its 2005 Sweetheart Recep-
tion in the fellowship hall at
the church. The 'iTionorable
Reginald James, superintend-
ent of the Gadsden County
School District will be the
speaker.
"Our sweetheart reception
is an opportunity for our
church to celebrate honor-
able love for couples, singles
and families," stated Rev.
Matthew M. Carter II, pastor
of Beulah Hill. "Knowing of
his commitment to the fam-
ily, we are blessed and privi-
leged to have Supt. James as
our speaker."
The Beulah Hills Couples
Ministry sponsors this event
annually as a celebration of
family and of God's love for
His people.

Greater Tanner

Chapel Black
Heritage program
The Phoebe. McGee
Women's Missionary society
will sponsor an interesting,
rich and entertaining Black
Heritage Program on Feb. 20
at 6 p.m. at Greater Tanner
Chapel AME Church where
Rev. Elizabeth Yates is pas-
tor. The public is cordially
invited to attend.

FountainHead Black
History celebration
The members of Foun-
tainHead AME Church would
like to invite the public to
join them Feb. 27 at 5 p.m.
for the annual Black History
Program. Guest speaker will
be Elder Al Rivers Jr;, from
Tallahassee. Attendees are
encouraged to wear African
attire. For more information
please contact the church at
856-8015, Bro. Terrence
Wood, chairman.
Also, March 5 at 7 p.m.
there will be a Fellowship
service with St. Stephens PB
Church and Elder Harry
Cloud. The public is invited.


An R6 mem dance o94s w loved
Ella Fair "MaDear" Hodges

God saw you getting weary so He did what he
thought was best. He came beside you and
whispered come, my child and rest. You bid
only a few farewell, and said very little good-
byes. You were gone before the rest of us
knew it, and only God knows why. May you
continue to rest in peace, and we all will meet
again someday.
We miss you, JoAnne, Bessie, Mary, Emma,
Melvin, Joe, Evelyn, Willie, Crystal, Eleatha,
Joe, Vassie, Dorothy, Norman, Matilda,
Dec. 25, 1928-Feb. 16, 2004 Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren and
Great Great Grandchildren.


vii. Lion news
Wednesday 7 p.m. Bible
study and youth teaching.
Gospel Mass Choir rehearsal
Thursday 7 p.m. Church School
Sunday morning 9:30 a.m.
Morning worship. service at 11
a.m. The Gospel Mass Choir will
render the musical selections
and the Sun Beam Ushers will be
on duty. Intercessary prayer
service each Monday and Tues-
day at 12 noon.
Mother Maggie S. King and
the Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist
Church family have participated
in the Black History Parade each
year since its inception. They
will have two units in the parade
this year representing the
Matrons Society and the Youth
Department of the church.
The clothes closet and food
pantry is available for those
needing this service. Please call
627-8442 for assistance.


Church anniversary
Church of Jesus Christ HM
Pentecostal will be celebrating
its 30th church anniversary Feb.
17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb.
20 at 11:30 a.m. The public is
invited to attend. Elder James M.
Jones is pastor of the church
located on 65 North, Attapulgus
Hwy, Scott Town.

Union Baptist Con-
vention fundraiser
The Union Baptist Associa-
tion is making preparations to
attend the Progressive M&E
Baptist State Convention of
Florida, Inc. held in Tampa
March 21-25. The will hold a
fundraiser -on Friday, Feb. 18 at
the Johnny Johnson pavilion on
the Florida State Hospital cam-
pus from 10:45 a.m. until. For
more information on the menu
and ticket prices contact Bro.
Joseph Richardson at 850-663-
4124, Sis. Laverne Nealey at
850-856-9303, or Sis. Everline
Brown at 850-663-2187.

Greater Harvest

Ministries
Thursday, Feb. 17th, 6:30
p.m.-Music Ministry. Sunday,
Feb. 20th, 9 a.m.-Church in
Training; 10 a.m.-Morning
Glory service (dress down),
Invite a Friend Sunday. Mon-
day, Feb. 21st, 7 p.m.-Teens,
Singles, Couples and Marriage
ministries meet. New location is
230 East Crawford St. in
Quinic\. Phone is 875-1107.

Greenshade AME

Black History

program
Greenshade AME Church
Usher Board will be sponsoring
the Black History program.
Everyone is cordially invited to
come at 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 20.


Walker-Copeland

Birthday celebration
II Corinthians Ministry, Inc.
(Shiloh Community) is having a
birthday celebration for Pastor
Rosilyn Walker-Copeland Feb.
23-25 at 7:30 nightly. Featured
will be New Jerusalem Church
of God, Pastor Willis L. Rain on
Feb. 23; St. Peter Apostolic, Pas-
tor Battle on Feb. 24; and God's
D.A.R.E. Ministry, Prophetess
Debra Wooden on Feb. 25.
For more information please
contact Patsy Henry at 850-875-
4497 Mon-Fri 10:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. The church is located at 91
Serenity Lane in Quincy.


Womens Missionary
Society tea
The Mattie Jones Womens
Missionary Soceity will sponsor
a continent tea on Feb. 19 at 4
p.m. Everyone is invited. Call
Sis. Emma Baker for tickets,


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YWAP Liberty

Campaign 2005
Youth With A Purpose (YWAP)
is sponsoring Liberty Campaign
2005 featuring James Cain "The
Revelation", Squad D "Saving Souls
with a Dance", Miss Tanya Fitzger-
ald singer songwriter and musician
and a host of other guests at various
sites, with free food in the parks.
Friday, Feb. 18 they will be at
East Gadsden High, FAMU, Talla-
hassee Detention Center and Quincy
Recreation Center.
Saturday, Feb. 19 they will be at
Shanks High, Chattahoochee Park
by the river from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday Feb. 20 they will be at
the Bristol Detention Center, and at
Old Stevens Park from 12 noon to 4
p.m. For more information con-
tactFACTS at 850-875-4994 or 445-
8712.

Mt. Hosea's week

long celebration
Mt. Hosea Missionary Baptist
Church will be honoring a wonderful
partnership in faith, love and purpose
with a week long celebration of the
86th church anniversary and the 46th
pastor anniversary February 21-27,
2005. Services will begin at 7:30
pm nightly, Monday Friday, and
culminate at the 11:00 am Sunday
morning service February 27th. So
come out and help us celebrate by
uplifting and praising the Lord. The
church is located in the Robertsville
Community at 1212 ML Hosea
Church Road, Quincy, Florida.

Mt, Pilgrim Black
history program
The Mt. Pilgrim PB Church
family will celebrate its annual
Black History Program on Feb.
27 at 5 p.m. The guest speaker
will be Pastor Flavius Johnson.
An invitation is extended to
everyone to attend.


Shiloh PB mid-week
midday service
Each Wednesday at noon,
Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church
on Pat Thomas Pkwy has prayer
and worship service. Everyone is
invited. Elder Ester Watson is
pastor.
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Thank You
For every kind and
thoughtful deed.


The families of:
Mrs. Elnora Harrington
Mr Shih Wang Kincy


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Madry Memorial Funeral Chapel
55 George Madry Court, Highway 90 E, Quincy, FL 32351
Rev. George M. Madry, L.F.D.
Ph: 850-875-2665 Fax: 850-627-2885


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Special programs at
Rosedale Community
Rosedale Community Firs
Born Church of the Living God
Chattahoochee, in the Bonniehil
Community presents '"React
Beyond the Break" Roman
8:38. Speakers are Elder Randal
Williams of Greater Faith Spin
tual House of Prayer, Panam
City, Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. EST
and Elder Susan Williams of St
John Missionary Baptist Church
Panama City, Feb. 19 at 7:3(
EST.
Register for a Compac cor
puter to be given away. Th
computer has been refurbished
and is ready to go, and will b
set up on-site for examination:
both nights. The winner will b
announced on Saturday afte
services. Sponsored by Evange
list Darlene Frost-Penn; fo
more information please cal
850-875-1009 or 850-922-7702

St. Mark MB

Church Black

History program
The St. Mark Missionar
Baptist Church is presenting it
annual Black History Mont
program at 11 a.m. on Sunda)
Feb. 20. Dr. Charles Evans
President of the Leon Count
Chapter NAACP is the guess
speaker. The congregation
asked to wear African attire. Th
church is located at 319 Hol
For more information call Re'
Arthur. Hargrett at 850-875
9544.

Ushers anniversary
Steward Temple AM:
Church's Usher Board No.
will celebrate its annual annivel
sary Sunday, Feb. 27 at 11 a.n
Guest Church is Centenar
AME from Tallahassee, Re'
Thaddeus McKinnon, pastor.
All Usher Boards fror
churches throughout the city ar
invited to worship with then
Please contact Sis. Patricia Tay
lor, 627-3534. Rev. Louis
Thomas, pastor.





Horace Roosevelt
Fitzgerald, Jr.
February 18, 1957
May 7, 2004










"Gone, yet not forgotten,
Like an eternal flame
your memory will
live on forever."

aWe love & miss you
Tamekia & Tangee
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,r Black History month. In
- order to prove our love for
)r Black History month, let us
11 start marching for Jesus, it is
about time. We love God
because he first loved us.,
Phil. 3 GNMM 12 says, Let
us agree with the apostle
Paul, I do not claim that I
have already succeeded nor
y become perfect, but I keep"
ts going on trying to reach per-
h fection out of the things we
,have been through. We still
s, have joy to know that we
y have Jesus leading and pro-i
st testing us along our way. Let
s us say like Paul, one thing I
e do is forget those things,
t. behind me, and do our best!
. to reach what lies ahead. We.
5_ must press on our way: there;
is light t ithe end of the tun-
-. 'nel. but \\e nmuI go through
y the tunnel.
Whatever the problem
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Jesus is the problem solver.
1
He will change our weak and
r sick bodies and make them'
like his own glorious body
-Y using that power by which he
is able to bring all things
under his rule. All nations
with God is as nothing, and
e they are counted to him less
' than nothing and vanity. Isa-
- iah 40:17 KJ.
3a Let all the earth fear the
Lord, let all the inhabitants
of the world stand in awe of
him, for he spoke and it was
done. He commanded and it
stood fast, the Lord bringeth
the counsel of the heathen to
naught. He maketh the
devices of the people to have
no effect, which is why they
are failing even with all the
knowledge. Blessed is the
nation whose God is the
Lord, and the people whom
he has chosen for his own
inheritance. They looketh
down from Heaven, he
beholdeth all the sons of man
and his eyes behold the evil
and the good. Psalms 33: 8-
13 KJV.
It is time for a change. Do
we really know. who Jesus
is? Do we know who we are
in Christ? His discple
thought he was a ghost after
feeding five thousand men
besides women and children.
St. Mark 6:39. When the
storm arose they forgot the
miracle working power of
God. Let us not forget to
trust and obey God at all
times in any situation. Jesus
is and will come to our res-
cue if we abide in him and
let his word abide in us. It is
time for a change. Jesus can-
not fail; the failing is in the
people. Jesus told his disci-
ples, It is I, be not afraid
when trials come of any
nature. Let us trust him for
his word.
Humbly submitted,
Florence M. Bradwell


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Rev. Powell's

retirement affair

planned
Rev. Audrey Powell retired
August 27, 2004, after more than
40 years of active pastoring in
the AME Church. Answering the
call of God to "go preach His
Word" Rev. Powell is recognized
as one of the first females to
become an ordained elder in the
AME Church. The public is
invited to join them on Saturday,
Feb. 19, at the Washington
Lodge #2 on E. Jefferson St. in
Quincy at 3 p.m. to celebrate and
honor Rev. Powell.


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Murder trial


continued from Page 1
the mobile home where Pete lived
on Post Plant Road. He said when
Rachel got out of the car he decided
to take his high-powered 270 rifle
from the back seat and place it in the
front seat. "She got out (of the car)
as I was pulling off it went BOOM.
I reloaded and it went BOOM
again," Johnson said in a taped
interview played for the six-member
jury Wednesday morning.
Johnson said he saw a bunch of
kids running and drove off because
he thought he might have shot one
of them and was afraid. "I said 'oh
my God' I hit one of those kids,"
Johnson said. He then drove down
the road, turned around and came
back, but did not stop. He said he
then went to his sister's house to
hide the gun. He said he knew he
was in trouble when he met two
deputy sheriffs headed to the area he
had just left. All he remembered, he
said, was thinking what he was
going to do.
In her statement Rachel said she
asked Johnson, whom she referred
to as "James", for a ride to her
uncle's house. She said she went
there to ask her uncle to apologize to
"James" for statements allegedly
made in the community that upset
"James." Authorities speculated that
Rachel referred to Johnson as


"James" because she didn't want to
immediately identify him to law
enforcement officers.
"He told me I'd better talk to my
uncle before he did," Rachel said.
She said she was afraid that Johnson
would hurt her mother, aunt, and
grandmother if her uncle didn't
apologize. She said she went to the
door, knocked, and as she stood
there asking her uncle to apologize
shots rang out. She said the first shot
hit her uncle around the shoulder
and he fell. "I got scared and ran,"
she said.
A few minutes later Johnson
picked her up "down the road" from
the shooting and said, "I got him."
"He dropped me off and said
'good-bye'," she said.
Johnson told authorities hours
after the shooting that he has acci-
dentally discharged the rifle and a
shotgun when he moved the
weapons from the back seat to the
front seat of his car. He gave no rea-
son for moving the rifle at the time.
Pete was shot once in the chest and
once in the abdomen area.
The trial is expected to last
through today. Pete had complained
that he disapproved of the relation-
ship between Rachel, then 17, and
47-year-old Johnson. Both Johnson
and Rachel denied any relationship.
In fact, Johnson said he didn't know
Rachel or her uncle. "I didn't know
Jerome Pete, I had never met him
before," Johnson said in his state-


ment to police. He said on the night
of the shooting he was roaming
around in the St. Hebron Commu-
nity, where the shooting took place,
"looking for some weed" when
Rachel waved down his black
Chevrolet Celebrity. He said after he
dropped Rachel off where she
wanted to go, his intentions were to
drive to the Robertsville Commu-
nity to continue his search for a bag
of marijuana.
Rachel also denied any relation-
ship with Johnson other than know-
ing him generally from the commu-
nity. Before the shooting she said
she and Johnson played a video
game, but that there was not a sexual
relationship between the two.
But Jerome Pete must have
thought there was more to it than
friendship because the day prior to
the shooting he approached then
deputy Morris Young and inquired
about finding a way to break up the
relationship between Johnson and
Rachel. Young was off duty at the
time and advised Pete to file an offi-
cial complaint with the Gadsden
County Sheriff's office. Because it
was unclear what action Pete took,
Young was not called to testify.
State Attorney Frank Allman
referred to Rachel Pete as a reluctant
witness. "I believe there are still
some issues there and she may still
care for him," he said.
The trial is expected to go to the
jury no later than Friday.


Houses


Continued from Page 1

said.
Graves Williams, the developer,
said he wants to bring a quality
housing development to the area. "I
live in the neighborhood. I have a
septic tank and a well fifty feet
away. I'm not going to do anything
to hurt myself. A planned develop-
ment of this scope is a unique
opportunity for Quincy, not a detri-
ment," he said, adding "Everything
I have done for the past 55 years has
been to improve Quincy."
While commissioners, the devel-
oper, and opposes to the ordinance
agreed that something must be done
to help Gretna, the fact is that
Gretna's financial situation prevents
them from taking advantage of any
state and federal aid currently avail-
able. "Even if Gretna wants to,
Gretna can't receive any funds until
they solve their financial prob-
lems," Mike Sherman, representing
Williams, told the commissioners.
Chairman Ed Dixon informed
those opposing the ordinance that
before anything can be done with
the property, the developer must
come back before the commission
with plans. "What they will get
probably won't look anything like
this," he said, holding up a render-
ing of the 161 lots.


Crystal Maldonado is migrant

student of year for Florida


RFM Key Club sponsors blood drive
Red wristbands were given out to donors at the February blood drive
at Robert F. Munroe Day School. The blood mobile was on campus
from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, February 10, 2005. "Give
from the heart during February" was the theme for Key Club members
as they coordinated the schedule for donors, where students and adults
donated. Mr. John Mark Bryant, sponsor of Key Club, worked closely
with the officers and Southeastern Community Blood Center from
Marianna to make the day a successful one. Pictured are SCBC nurse
Michael Flower, a former RFM student, and senior Duncan Williams
from Chattahoochee.


TCC Notes


African-American
History Month
As part of its month-long celebra-
tion of African-American History
Month, Tallahassee Community
College will present "Sankofa
Museum" from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on
February 21-22 in the Student
Union Ballroom. Sankofa will be on
campus Monday and Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 21 and 22 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sankofa is literally a museum on
wheels, containing almost $1 mil-
lion in historic artifacts, dating
African-American history back to
1860.

C&CE classes
The Community & Continuing
Education Division at Tallahassee
Community College has a number
of courses scheduled for the month


of February at TCC, the Southwood
extension, and Quincy House, the
College's Gadsden County Service
Center.
Computer classes offered at TCC
include: "Access, Level 1" from 6-9
p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
February 24-March 3, cost is $85;
"Excel, Level 1" from 9 a.m.-12
noon on Tuesday-Thursday, March
1-3, $85; "Bridging the Digital
Divide: Selling on E-Bay" from 1-4
p.m., Saturday, March 5, $29, and
"Bridging the Digital Divide: Buy-
ing on E-Bay", from 9 a.m.-noon,
Saturday, March 5, $29.
Continuing Education classes
offered at TCC include: "Parents,
Children, and Divorce" from 6-10
p.m. on Thursday, February 17, and
again from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. on Satur-
day, March 5, the cost for each is
$30; "Dealing With Conflict-Con-
flict and Confrontation" from 8
a.m.-noon on Wednesday, February
23, $50; and "Association Manage-
ment" from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesdays,


From her early years of playing
beside the agriculture fields with her
sister while her parents labored in
the fields picking tomatoes to her
current status as a freshman at
SFlorida State University planning to
major in political science, Crystal
Maldonado has grown up as a
migrant student in the Florida
Migrant Education Program.
Maldonado, 18, was very fortunate
to have parents who were concerned
enough about their l,!dL cin"., educa-
tional well-being that they made the
effort and necessary sacrifices to /
keep the children stabilized in
school in Bonita Springs during the
school year so that they wouldn't
suffer being uprooted and moved
often during the year which is an
economic necessity for many
migrant families.
Those sacrifices have greatly ben-
efited Maldonado who has excelled
in her academic career. She recently
received a $500 scholarship from
the Joseph and Gloria Matera Schol-
arship Fund which is a scholarship
fund for academically outstanding
migrant students.
Her greatest award came this past
November during the Florida
Migrant Education Conference in
Tampa when she received a 2002
Hyundai Accent from the Florida,
Migrant Interstate Program (FMIP)
for her being recognized as Florida
Female Migrant Student of the Year
for 2004 by the Florida Department
of Education. Maldonado will now
use the car to commute to Quincy to
work for the Panhandle Area Educa-
tional Consortium (PAEC) Migrant
Education Program where she will
work with preschool-aged migrant
students while attending FSU.
Maldonado hopes that her plans to
pursue a career as a civil rights
lawyer will give her the opportunity
to help migrant families better
understand their rights and responsi-
bilities. She says she was inspired
to pursue a career in this field while
she performed community service
with the migrant education program
in Bonita Springs during her high-
school years helping migrant par-
ents and families by interpreting
and assisting with completing forms


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for those with limited or no English
communication skills.
Her schooling began when a
migrant recruiter in Bonita Springs
met her and her family in one of
the local fields and helped to get
Maldonado into the Pre-K program
there. She showed strong leadership
skills by fifth grade when she could
speak confidently before groups.
When asked who her mentors
were during her youth, she said her
parents were the most influential on
her academic success.


Airmen


Continued from Page 1

many years.
Eddie Jackson said the lecture will
feature little-known facts about the
airmen. "I have always been fasci-
nated with World War II and about
the conditions during that time. The
Tuskegee Airmen played such a
great role during that time that natu-
rally I wanted to know more," he
said. Jackson is writing a book on
the airmen.
Norm Jackson graduated from the
then Tuskegee Institute in 1955 with
a bachelor's degree. He has
remained affiliated closely with the
university by serving as the presi-
dent of the National Alumni Associ-
ation from 1998-2000 and was the
recipient of the university's Alumni
Merit Award and the Birmingham
Tuskegee Award for Vision in
Reconnecting Alumni in 2000.
His ties with the airmen are closer
to home. His brother, Robert W.
Saunders, was a Tuskegee Airmen.
There were over 900 airmen who
actually finished training and about
400 who went abroad to fight.
"It was a very difficult job. You
have to remember that many people
thought that blacks could not
become pilots and, in a way, their
training was more rigorous than for
whites. The recruits came from all
over the country. To even apply you
needed at least two years of college
and a lot of the men had college
degrees, but many of them washed
out. Those who did not become
pilots went on the become mechani-
ics and did other things affiliated
with aviation," Norm Jackson said.
Tuskegee was selected as the site
to train black pilots because the
school already had a civilian avia-


tion corps.
Plus there was lots of land. A lot
of people don't know this but
Tuskegee is one of the largest black
colleges in land area, but not in pop-
ulation. Closer to home, some of
the black pilots trained in Tallahas-
see.
Two FAMU graduates, Roy
Spencer and James Pokinghorne
(for whom Pokinghorne Village for
married students was named) were
celebrated fighter pilots and
Tuskegee Airmen.
Eddie Jackson, who for years has
been researching the plight of the
airmen said the black press played a
significant role in forcing the issue
of training black pilots. "Remember
that it was widely thought that
blacks didn't have the ability to fly
airplanes," he said.
Women will be interested in what
the two have to say about Bessie
Coleman, the first black female
pilot. "She had to be trained in
France and when she came back to
the United States she was relegated
to barnstorming, a sport where
pilots entertained using intricate air"
maneuvers and stunt flying.
"I think anyone who attends the
lecture will come away with a new
appreciation for what this group of
brave men went through to serve.
their country," Eddie Jackson said.

TCC hosts concert

on February 21

Tallahassee Community College's
Turner Auditorium is the place to be
on February 21 when it hosts a joint
concert with the TCC Jazz Band, the
Capital City Band of TCC and spe-
cial guest solois Michael McKenzie.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
and admission is free to the public.
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Kyler Reshawn Hall

Kyler Hall's first
birthday
Kyler Reshawn Hall will cel-
ebrate his first birthday on Feb-
ruary 17. He is the son of Del-
wyn and Anika Hall. His pater-
nal grandparents are Elmo Hall
and Gladys Martin, maternal
grandparents are James L. Jones
and Virginia Jones. His great-
grandparents are Lester Wilson,
Mildred Chandler and Elouise
Jones, and godmother is
Michelle Anderson.
Kyler will celebrate his birth-
day Saturday, Feb. 19 with fam-
ily and friends.


Ty'Teanna Donald


Ty'Teanna Donald
Turns. one
Ty'Teainia Donald will cele-
brate her thirst birthday on Friday,
Feb. 18. She is the daughter of
Rhonda and Tyrone Donald. Her
maternal grandparents are Eddie
and Evelyn Gurley, paternal
grandmother is Juanita Smiley
Keys, and her godparents are
Roy and Shelia Miller. She has
two sisters, DruShonda Donald
and Whitney Patterson.
A party will be given for
Ty'Teanna at Starlight Daycare
following a party at her grand-
mother's house. All family and
friends are invited.


Private Johnson
has graduated
Army National Guard Pvt.
Sha'Quanna N. Johnson has
graduated from the Automated
Logistical Specialist Advanced
Individual Training (AIT) course
at the U.S. Army Quartermaster
Center and School, Fort Lee,
Petersburg, Va.
The course is designed to train
soldiers to establish and main-
tain stock records and other doc-
uments such as inventory,
materiel control, accounting and
support reports, automated and
manual accounting records; per-
form stock record/warehouse
functions pertaining to receipt,
storage, distribution and issue
and maintain equipment records
and parts; review and verify bills
of lading, contracts, and pur-
chase orders; repair and con-
struct shipping crates for equip-
ment and supplies, and perform
prescribed loads and shop stock
lists in manual and automated
supply applications.
She is the daughter of Angela
J. Harris of Lewis Jackson Lane,
Chattahoochee, Fla., and niece
of Linda Martin of Dusty House
Road, Quincy, Fla.
Johnson is a 2004 graduate of
East Gadsden High School,
Havana, Fla.

James Hughes on
Dean's List
Springfield College has named
James Hughes of Quincy to the
dean's list for academic excellence
for the Fall 2004 term. Hughes is a
second year student majoring in
Human Services.
Springfield College is a private,
coeducational institution that empha-
sizes the education of leaders for the
allied health sciences, human and
social services, sports and movement
activities and the arts and sciences.

Quinicy Garden
Club to host
theatre dinner
The Quincy Garden Club
will be hosting a dinner opening
weekend of the Quincy Music
Theatre's production of Jesus
Christ Superstar on Saturday,
Feb. 26. Wine and other bever-
ages will be served at 5:45 p.m.
and dinner will be served
promptly at 6:15 p.m. in the
main house of the Quiincy Gar-
den Center.
Please call 627-2437 for din-
ner reservations by Thursday,
Feb. 24 at 5 p.m. Tickets for the
theatre production at 8 p.m. are
purchased separately from the
box office at 875-9444.


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Girl Scouts and leaders of troops #648 and #649 of Havana deliv-
ered fruit baskets to area nursing homes in December. The girls
had a wonderful time and the residents were truly thankful.
Members of the troops posed outside RiverChase with leaders
Katina Washington and Viola Baker, and volunteer Teresa Davis.


Raymond and Ann Dean

Dean's 50th anniversary celebration
Raymond and Ani Dean of Panama City: Will celebrate theii 50th
wedding anniversary on Feb. 19th at 1 p.m. CT at Hiland Park Bap-
tist Church in Panama City. The celebration will be hosted by their
children, Ray Dean, Laura Grant, Sandra West, Melinda Martinez
and Lynnette Martin.
The Dean's were married Feb. 13, 1955 at First Baptist Church in
Quincy. Raymond retired in 1991 after 35 years as an aviation
mechanic for Pan Am Airlines.


Turner, Webb
engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Webb of
Quincy announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,' Kylie
Renee Webb, to Woodrow Dono-
van Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Turner of Tallassee, AL.
The bride-elect is a native of
Quincy and a 2000 graduate of
Robert F. Munroe school. She is
a 2003 graduate of Florida State
University, earning her Bachelor
of Science degree in nursing.
She is currently employed as a
registered nurse in the emer-
gency room at Jewish Hospital in
Louisville, KY.
The groom-elect is a native of
Tallassee, AL and a 2002 gradu-


Kylie Renee Webb and
Woodrow Donovan Turner
ate of the University of Mobile,
AL, where he earned his Bache-
lor's degree in religion. He is
currently pursuing a Master's
degree. at Southern Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary in Louisville,
KY.
The wedding is planned for
May 28 at First Baptist Church
in Quincy.


S Te' Niyah Jacobs the daughter of
Travis and Johnni Mae Jacobs cele-
brated her 3rd birthday Tuesday,
February 15, 2005. Te' Niyah was
given a sweetheart pizza party on
Saturday, February 12, 2005 at the
Jacobs home.



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Jacobs celebrated their 2nd
Anniversary on Tuesda\,
FebruarN 15. 2005.
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NOTICE OF INTENT

TO TRANSMIT

Proposed Text Revisions

to the Comprehensive Plan

The Gadsden County Planning Commission seated
as the Local Planning Agency will hold a public meeting
to discuss proposed changes to the Gadsden County
Comprehensive Plan. The proposals for discussion
include:
2005-02-TI Revisions to the Future Land Use Element,
2005-02-T2 Revisions to the Conservation Element, and
2005-02-T3 Revisions to the Capital Improvements:Ele-
ment.
Revisions to the Future Land Use and Conservation
Elements are primarily intended to provide additional cri-
teria and protections for conservation easement, environ-
mentally sensitive lands, and restrictions for designated
open space areas. Revisions to the Capital Improvements
Element are intended to provide additional definition to
the scope and schedule of recreational improvements in
the County's parks program and will include water and
sewer projects in the five year Capital Improvements
Plan.
The meeting will be held as a part of the regular
meeting which is scheduled to held on March 2nd, 2005.
If duly forwarded, the County Commission will hear and
discuss the proposed text amendments on Tuesday,
March 15th, 2005. Both meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.
in the County Commission meeting room, at 7 East Jef-
ferson Street, Quincy, Florida. If approved for transmittal
by the County Commission, the application will be trans-
mitted to the Department of Community Affairs for
approval or comment as a part of the 2005-02 Compre-
hensive Plan amendment series.
Copies of the proposed Plan Text Amendments will be available
at the Growth Management Department, 1B East Jefferson Street,
Quincy. Persons wishing to comment may do in person at the public
hearing or in writing to the Gadsden County Board of County Commis-
sioners, 7 East Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL 32351. If a person decides
to appeal any decision by the Board of County Commissions with
respect to any matter considered at such public hearing, he/she will need
a record of the proceedings and for such purpose he/she may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes testimony and evidence to which the appeal is to be heard.
(2/17c)


Zavion Tashon Jessie


Zavion Jessie's
first birthday
Zavion Tashon Jessie will cel-
ebrate his first birthday Feb.
18th. He is the son of Shaedreu-
nia Simmons and William R.
Jessie. His grandparents are
Yvette Pouncey and Terrance
Simmons, Cassandra Jesse and
William Jessie II. Zavion will
have a party at Chuck-E-Cheese
Saturday, Feb. 19 at 2 p.m.


Photo by Olivia Gonzalez-Angelino/ PAEC
Mirna Barrios

Barrios receives
U. S. citizenship
The PAEC Migrant Education
program is proud to announce
that Mirna Barrios, a former
migrant parent obtained her
United States citizenship on
Thursday, January 20, 2005 after
years of perseverance in striving
to learn enough English and
meet the other requirements to
become a citizen. Ms. Barrios is
an inspiration to our migrant
parents and students.


RFM's Teddy Bear
Tea Party
Robert F. Munroe's Teddy
Bear Tea Party: Mrs. Martha
Sapp's second grade recently
held its annual Teddy Bear Tea
Party as a part of their reading
program. Each student brought a
bear and dressed up for the occa-
sion. Everything from hats to
boas was worn as the bears and
bear owners enjoyed a spot of
tea! Pictured above, front row:
Ryann Moore, Victoria Ander-


son, Atticus Stephens, Kay
Fletcher. Second row: Ramsey
Higdon, Will Harris, Lucas Jack-
son, Erica Taylor. Third row:
Megan Watson, Max Baroody,
Kushbu Patel, Jake Branson.
Back row: Karleebeth Perkins,
Mrs. Martha Sapp, Allen Smith,
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Obituarie6


Alton Black
IAlton Freddie Black, 68, of Bristol, died on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 in
3ristol. A native of Liberty County, he was a member of Church of God of
Prophecy. Services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13 at the church with burial
in Bristol Cemetery. Bradwell Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by two sons, Larry Dawson of Bristol and Derrick Black
pf Windsor, CT; a daughter, Victoria Black of Bear, DE; his mother, Lau-
rentine Floyd Black of Bristol; a sister,.Eleanor Monroe of Ft. Lauderdale,
and a brother, Lloyd Black of Hartford, CT.

Elnora Conyers
Elnora Williams Conyers, 79, of
Gretna, died Sunday, February 13,
2005 at home. She was a native of
!Chattahoochee, a resident of Belle
Glade for 30 years and of Gretna for
the past 20 years. She was a farm
.-.- laborer and a former member of Beu-
lah Hill Missionary Baptist Church
in Gretna. Services will be Saturday,
S.. Feb. 19 at 11 a.m. at Blessed Hope
Missionary Baptist Church in
Quincy with the Rev. Nathaniel
Trumpet officiating. Burial will be in
Sthe UBA Cemetery, Chattahoochee.
Visitation is Friday, Feb. 18 from 5 to
7 p.m. at Madry Memorial Funeral
Chapel who has charge of arrange-
ments.
She is survived by five sons, Harry Conyers, Jr and John Conyers of
Gretna, Willie Conyers, Leroy (Anita) Conyers, and Jerry (Catherine) Cony-
ers, Sr. of Quincy; four daughters, Erma C. (John) Turner and Matilda C.
(Norman) Vickers of Gretna, Mary Joe C. (Willie) Smith of St. Petersburg,
and Christell C. (John) Jenkins of Quincy; stepdaughter, Marilyn Conyers of
Gretna; a sister, Lorene Goodson of Miami; 33 grandchildren and a host of
great- and great great-grandchildren.

Bennie Cox
Bennie Maxine Cox, 86, of Starke died on Wednesday, February 8, 2005
at Shands at Starke. A native of Fowlstown, GA, she was a member of
Hopewell Methodist Church. Graveside service was Monday, Feb. 12 at 1
p.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery with the Rev. Michael Hutcherson officiating.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was in charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her son, Sam Cox of Lake Mary; her daughter, Claire
Roberts of Starke; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Felix Cox
Felix "FJ" Cox, 86, of Quincy, died on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 in Tal-
lahassee. He was a native of Gadsden. Services were at 1 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 12 at First Elizabeth MB Church in Quincy, with burial at Cox Ceme-
tery. Bradwell Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by four sons, Jerome Cox and Brian Cox of Tallahassee,
Christopher Manuel and Kenny Cox of Quincy; eight daughters, Shirley C.
Mims, Carolyn C. Cannon, Vivian C. Gaymon. and Gloria Cox all of Talla-
hassee, Irene Bassa, Mary C. Lee. Marion C.,,Taylor and Brenda C. Favors
all of Quincy; two sisters; C.trolj ni Co. Green and Gloria Jean Holt both of
Greensboro; a brother, Wesley Cox of Tampa; stepmother Alma Ruth Cox;
and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren; special thanks to Big
Bend Hospice.

Dan Daniels
i Dan Daniels, 43, of Quincy, died on
Saturday, February 12, 2005 in Talla-
hassee. He was a native of Gadsden
county. Services will be at 1 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 19 at Mt. Zion PB
Church in Quincy with burial at Sun-
nyvale Cemetery. Bradwell Mortuary
is in charge of arrangements. View-
ing will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 18 at Bradwell Mortuary.
He is survived by his wife, Angela
SMills Daniels, son, Byron Daniels
and daughter, Dannielle Daniels all
9 of Tallahassee; his mother, Johnnie
.Mae Daniels of Quincy; sisters Patri-
cia Tinmmons of Jacksonville, John-
nie Ma Leonard of Lakeland, Rose
Daniels of Quincy, Lynette Daniels
of Havana, and Brenda Daniels of
Tallahassee; brothers John Daniels of Quincy, Canary Daniels of Havana,
Malcom Daniels of Rivera Beach, Willie Nelson and Tommy Nelson of
Quincy, Robert Webb of Jacksonville, and Johnny L. Daniels of Arcadia;
iand godfather John Williams of Quincy.


Shih Kincy
SShih Wang Kincy, 33, of Quincy
: died on Thursday, February 10, 2005
S !.at Gadsden Community Hospital in
Quincy. He was a lifelong resident of
SQuincy, grocery laborer, 1990 gradu-
Sate of James A. Shanks High School
,and a computer enthusiast. Graveside
services were held Tuesday, Feb. 15
at 1 p.m. at the St. John Cemetery in
Midway, Elder Donald Jefferson
officiated. Madry Memorial Funeral
Chapel was in charge of arrange-
ments.
Sr He is survived by his mother, Mary
,Ic1 hlt- K nr-- anii ftcher, Isiah Kincy of Quincy; brothers Harold A.F McK-
t 'hi oL Qu icy, and Timothy (Sharon) Robinson of Orlando; and maternal


r.i nd IniOthi. Myrtle Moore of Rochester, NY.

ay Nlarr
Ray C. Marr, 80, of Quincy, died on Sunday, February 13, 2005. He was
retired aircraft mechanic. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thurs-
ay, Feb. 17 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Quincy. McClellan Funeral Home,
lucLyl is in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by two sons, Michael Marr of Belle Glade, and Paul Allen
larr .-,t Sncads; one daughter, Melanie Ann Laney of Jacksonville; six
ItiiliclJrirei' and three great-grandchildren.

"arol Meadows
Carol Poythress Meadows, 57, of Greenville, SC, died on Monday, Feb-
r.y 7, 2005, at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Born Feb. 14, 1947 in


Quincy to Gene Raybern Poythress and Margaret Elizabeth Revells
Poythress, she was a member of Hickory Grove Baptist Church and was a
homemaker. Services were at 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10 at Beulah Hill Bap-
tist Church, conducted by Dr. Eddy Mattison, with burial in Cannon Memo-
rial Park. Memorials may be made to the Lupus Foundation of America, SC
Chapter, 180 Rusty Lane, Easley, SC 29642.
She is survived by her husband, James E. Meadows of Greenville, SC; her
father, Gene Poythress of Chattahoochee; a son, Brad Meadows of Simp-
sonville, SC; a daughter, April (Stephen) Abercrombie of Simpsonville, SC;
and a brother, Ray Poythress of Chattahoochee. She was preceded in death
by a sister, Bobbie Jean Locke.

Kathryn NeSmith
Kathryn L. NeSmith of Chattahoochee died on Sunday, February 13, 2005
in Greenwood. She was a native of Georgia. A private memorial service will
be held at a later date; McClellan Funeral Home is in charge of arrange-
ments. Memorial contributions may be made to The American Cancer Soci-
ety, 2012 Lisenby Ave., Panama City, FL 32405, or to a charity of your
choice.
She is survived by two sons, Jimmy NeSmith of Greenwood, and Ray
NeSmith of Sneads; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Edwin Parrish
Edwin Parrish, 80, of Bristol died Friday, February 11, 2005 at Medart. He
was a native of Liberty County. Graveside services were Monday, Feb. 14
at Lake Mystic Cemetery. McClellan Funeral Home, Bristol was in charge
of arrangements.
He is survived by a son, Charles (Bobby) Britt of Bristol, and three grand-
children. He was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine Shepard Parrish.


Clarence Peterson, Sr.
Clarence "Moon" Peterson, Sr., 76,
of Tallahassee, died on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 13, 2005 at Tallahassee Memo-
rial Hospital. A native of Chatta-
hoochee, he was a former resident of
Greensbor and lived in Tallahassee
for the past 18 years. He was a for-
mer deacon of Pine Bloom Mission-
ary Baptist Church in Greensboro.
He was presently a member of Mt.
Olive Freewill Baptist Church of
Quincy, where funeral services will
be held Saturday, Feb. 19 at 3 p.m.
with burial in the Bonnie Hill Ceme-
tery in Chattahoochee. Visitation will be Friday, Feb. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m, at
Madry Chapel. Madry Memorial Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrange-
ments.
He is survived by his wife, Sarah Jakes Peterson of Tallahassee; two sons,
Clarence (Catherine) Peterson, Jr. and Richard Peterson of Tallahassee; four
daughters, Gail D. Peterson of Albany, GA, Betty P.(Carl) Newkirk of
Tampa, Jeannette P. (Frederick, Sr.) Pearson of Greensboro, and Linda
P.(Maj. Charlie) Bates, Jr. of Florence, SC; stepsons Eric Jakes and Christo-
pher Jakes of Tallahassee; stepdaughters Adele Jakes of Chattahoochee,
Sylvia J. (Morris) Sanders of Quincy, Kimberly J. (Kelvin) Lee of Oak
Grove, Sandra Jakes, Gloria Jakes, Pamela Jakes, and Stephanie Jakes of
Tallahassee; sister Mary A. Howard of Tampa; 11 grandchildren, 30 step-
grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and nine stepgreat-grandchildren.
: t >.." ; ,:.,
Connie Smith
Connie Rae Smith, 55, of Tallahassee, died on Friday, February 11, 2005
at home. She was a native of Illinois. Memorial service will be Saturday,
Feb. 19 at 3 p.m. EST at Providence Baptist Church. McClellan Funeral
Home, Quincy is in charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her son, Arthur Smith of Tallahassee, her father, Ray
Eugene Smith of Olive Branch, IL; her brother, Steven Eugene Smith of
Hardin, IL; and one grandchild.

Lucille Woods
Lucille Woods, 78, of Quincy died on Monday, February 14, 2005 at Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospital. A native of Gadsden she was a member of
Greenshade AME Church. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 19 at
Williams Chapel, with burial in Greenshade Cemetery. Visitiation will be
from 1 to 7 p.m. Friday. Williams Funeral Home is in charge of arrange-
ments.
She is survived by nieces Rebecca Ellis and. Sarah Byrd of Quincy, and
Janie James of Atlanta, GA; nephews Horace (Oce) Nealy of Monticello,
AL, and Coleman Ellis of Tallahassee; and cousin, and Gladys Cooper.



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MEETING NOTICE


The City of Quincy will be

holding a Community Forum on

Quincyfest 2005

on Monday, February 21, 2005

at 6:00 p.m. in the

City Commission's Chambers at City Hall.


Everyone interested in helping with Quincyfest
is welcome to come and share your ideas.

Please contact the Building and Planning Department
at (850) 627-7681 ext. 226 with any questions or comments.
If you have a disability requiring accommodations, please contact the
Quincy Building and Planning Department
at least three (3) working days prior to
the hearing. To access a Telecommunications
Device for Deaf Persons (TDD) please call (850) 875-7310.


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Pre-dedication
breakfast, and Black
history program
The youth department of
Steward Temple African
Methodist Episcopal Church
will sponsor the annual Black
History Program on Sunday,
Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. Guest speaker
is Minister Vivian Howard. The
church is located at 85 Wood-
ward Rd, Quincy. Pastor Louisa
Thomas and congregation invite
the public to attend.
A prayer breakfast will be
held Saturday, Feb. 19 at 8 a.m.
Call Sis. Betty Brown at 875-
2811 for details.

Award winner

Kathy Troccoli in

concert
Popular Christian musician
Kathy Troccoli will be in concert
at 7 p.m. March 4 at
Thomasville Road Baptist
Church in Tallahassee. She is a
three-time Dove award-winning
artist. The Dove Awards are con-
sidered gospel music's most
prestigious awards.
Tickets to the concert may
be purchased during business
hours at the church office. For
more information, call 850-386-
4288 or visit
www.thomasvilleroad.org. The
church is located at 3131
Thomasville Rd. in Tallahassee,
one mile south of I-10.


Evening in white

program
Union Chapel A.M.E.
Church, Women Missionary
Society, Evening In White
Program, February 20, 2005
@ 5:00p.m. We are inviting
all Missionaries, all
Churches, Pastors, members
and friends. Thank you and
May God Bless you. Carl L.
Hill, Pastor.


WMS, YPD meeting
The Cora Alexander Area
Women's Missionary Society
and Young People and Chil-
dren Division will hold its
second area meeting on Sat-
urday, Feb. 19 at 9:30 a.m. at
New Bethel AME Church in
Quincy. Sis. Nikki R. Cole,
area'WMS president and Sis
Lois C. McBride, area YPD
director.


St. Stephen PB

Celebration of

Life benefit
St. Stephen Primitive
Baptist Church of Christ,
Gretna, is hosting a Celebra-
tion of Live benefit program
on behalf of Sis. Evalena
Williams, Saturday, Feb. 26
at 7 p.m. All are invited to
attend this evening of song.


3rd annual Family History Fair


The Third annual Family
History Faii .v, ill be held. in Tia.-
lahassee on Sjaurd;i), Feb. 19 at
312 Stadium Drive. Doors open
at 9 a.m. for exhibits. Six con-
current workshops will be held
every hour on the hour beginning
at 10 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m.
Researching and learning
about ancestors and preserving
family history is now one of the
largest hobbies in the. United
States. For beginners who want
to get a jumpstart, and for sea-
soned historians who have hit 'a
snag, there will be resources and


experts on hand to share their
experience, local prominent fam-
ily collections, displays of
antique clothing and other histor-
ical treasures, different databases
and much more.
The fair is located at the
Family History Center at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.


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about your school's activities you
may submit news and photos to
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items are free of charge, but must
be submitted by 9 a.m. Monday for
that week's issue. Information may
also be faxed to us at 627-7191 or
brought to our office at 15 S.
Madison, Quincy.


Centenary "Ag in the classroom"
Agriculture education is on the move with the debut of the Florida
Agriculture in the Classroom's (FAITC) Ag Learning Barn to Gadsden
County. FAITC, established in 1986, is a non-profit organization that
operates solely on proceeds from the Florida Agriculture License Plate
or "Ag Tag." The mission of FAITC is to help teachers and students
develop a better understanding of our multi-faceted agricultural sys-
tem and its relationship to our economy, environment, health and qual-
ity of life. The Learning Barn is a traveling exhibit used to educate stu-
dents about agriculture and teach them where their food comes from.
Centenary United Methodist Preschool program is the first school in
Gadsden County to host the Learning Barn. The portable structure is
filled with a variety of learning materials ideal for teaching young chil-
dren from Pre-K through fifth grade about agriculture and may
include videos, computer programs, books, activity pages, posters, pup-
pets, puzzles and toys. Teachers may check out the materials while the
barn is stationed at their school. The barn is available to all schools
both public and private in Gadsden County.


Havana Middle

School students get

caught studying
Stop! Drop! And Study! That's the
latest advice being given to all
Gadsden County students in efforts
to motivate them to prepare for the
upcoming FCAT exams. Imple-
mented by the District's Parent Ser-
vices Coordinator Audrey Lewis-
Potter, the Stop! Drop! And Study!
program has become a hit with fac-
ulty and students of Havana Middle
School.
Starting back in January, the little
yellow bus, driven by Mr. Herman
Knight, loaded up with the princi-
pal, Dr. Verna Norris, Assistant Prin-
cipal Lillie Stokes, Parent Liaison


Vemita Edwards, faculty members
Delshaunna Jackson, Maurine
Knight, Nekeshia Hicks-Harris, Por-
tia Williams, Michael Harvey, Ronte
harris, Jhamilia Hill and Jari Lewis.
The bus riders make their way
throughout the communities search-
ing for lit porch lights. If a student
at the home is caught studying, they
are rewarded with a prize bag and a
ticket to be filled out and turned in
for a grand drawing before the.
FCAT exams.
Lucky recipients so far
include: Terrance Williams, Jarvis
Herring, Nekosha Chukes, Sunetta
Edwards, Jessica Glenn, Ciara
Mack, Alisha Strong, Tiera Bush,
Carlton Strong, Coesid Frank,
Latoya Harrison, Whitney Andrews,
Craig Gaines, Demarquis Joseph


and Shanice Daniels.
Donations for the program
have been received from Beulah's
Kitchen owners Bobby Brown and
Leroy Edwards, Harvey's Super-
market, Winn-Dixie, Fun Station,
Wal-Mart, and First Believers Chris-
tian Center.
Support has also come in
the form of participation from guest
bus riders Eugene Lamb, Gadsden
County Commissioner District 1,


and Pastor Leanne Little of FirstC
Believers Christian Center.
The communities visited to-.
date include Main Street, Havana-'
Heights, Riverside Apartments,
Rich Bay, Coon Bottom, Bell Road,L
Twin Creek and Concord. With sod
many other areas to cover and five
more weeks before FCAT, it will-
pay to "get caught studying with_
your porch light on."


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FBLA attends competition
West Gadsden High School Future Business Leaders of America mem-
bers attended district competitions at Rickards High School in Talla-
hassee on Jan. 31. Students competed in various events such as busi-
ness math, business calculations, business law, FBLA principals and
procedures, business communications, introduction business commu-
nications, and job interview. The following students placed in their
competitive events: Travis Hinson- 3rd Place FBLA Principals and
Procedures; Ariele Branson- 3rd Place Business Math; and Yashica
Washington- 3rd Place Business Calculations. Students will travel to
Orlando on March 28 to compete at the state level. Mrs. Kareen Jack-
son, FBLA supervisor, chaperoned the students. Other members
attending the district competition were Recarder Marlowe, Jarvis Pol-
lock, Krystal Baker, Brianna Atkins, Telisha Manuel, Elizabeth Derico,
and John McAlpin.


St. John artwork

displayed at

Gadsden library


Student artwork from St. John Ele-
mentary School is on display this
month at the Gadsden County Pub-
lic Library. Included are examples
of two- and three-dimensional art-
work, as well as mathematical tes-


sellations.
Artists from St. John are Kaylis
Baxter, Tasha Watson, Frederick
Baker, Ja'Variius Jones, Joshua
Rivera, Deshard Daniels, Denicia
Howard, Leticia Jose, Juan De la
Fuente, Bulmaro Ramos, Ja'Karious
Jackson, Kymere Thompson,
Chanteea Moye, Alicia Evans,
Angelica Warren, Marlon Bridges,
Jahmal Edwards, Fernando Jose,
Jasmine Murphy, Shikyra Clark,
Luis Reyes, Jamar Edme, Tyrone
Sweet, Keyunna Reynolds and
Kenyetta Walker.


GWM Pre-K soars
George W. Munroe Elementary
School's Pre-K students visited
the Tallahassee Regional Airport
this past Friday. Students talked
with several flightline pilots, air-
port firefighters, and saw all
types of planes, jets, and helicop-
ters. Pictured with Mrs. Campos'
Pre-K class is Lt. Xavier Samuels,
Navy pilot training officer from
Pensacola, Florida.

Gadsden County

Schools menus
Friday, Feb. 18: Breakfast-Apple-
sauce, muffin.
Lunch-Chef's sandwich, french
fries, toss salad, apple wedges,
Chef's dessert.
Monday, Feb. 22: HOLIDAY
Tuesday, Feb. 23: Breakfast-
Orange juice, muffin, sausage
.patty.
Lunch-Fried chicken, Po' Boy, sea-
soned greens, rice, cornbread,
pineapple tidbits.
Wednesday, Feb. 24: Breakfast-
Apple juice, hash brown potatoes,
scrambled eggs, toast.
Lunch-Baked turkey or Chef's
salad, whipped potatoes, green
beans, cornbread, school's dessert.
Thursday, Feb. 25: Breakfast-
Orange juice, peanut butter toast,
cereal.
Lunch-Hamburger on bun w/let-
tuce & tomato, chili w/crackers,
french fries, cinnamon roll, orange
wedges.


PREPARATION

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.-' Jobs and careers aren't what they used to be. And neither is preparing
for them.

Today, there are thousands of career options open to young people.
Jobs with great pay. Unlimited opportunities for advancement. A
:,. a -i lifetime filled with success.

But every one of those jobs requires skill and technical training unheard of a generation ago.
That's why preparation for a place in today's workforce requires a complete education, one
that includes career and technical courses as part of the high school experience.

Career and technical courses expose students to a whole world of '
possibilities. They include mentoring programs, internships and other ,
"real world" experiences. And continued learning in 4-year colleges,
community and technical colleges, and industry-based training .
programs is an essential part of every program. .i -..';.

If your school has career and technical courses, find out more about them. And if it doesn't,
find out why! Because real success these days requires complete preparation, including an
education that includes career and technical.

Want Career Success? Get Career Skills!
Find out more at www.getcareerskills.com


A public services message from the
Association for Career and Technical Education
and its Business-Education Partnership


Legal Notice

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA, announces a workshop
and legislative hearings to which all interested persons are invited.


Tuesday, February 21, 2005
3:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
Worshop GCCTA Legislative Hearing
School Board Meeting Room,
Max D. Walker School Administration Bldg.
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, Florida


7:00 P.M.
GESPA Legislative Hearing


PURPOSE:
WORKSHOP: For Ajax Building Construction to give Board members an update on
the new West Gadsden High School project.
LEGISLATIVE HEARING: Public hearing on salary impasse issues regarding
Gadsden County Classroom Teachers Association.
LEGISLATIVE HEARING: Public hearing on salary impasse issues regarding
Gadsden Educational Support Personnel Association.
A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, or otherwise contacting: The School Board of
Gadsden County, Florida, Attention: Mr. Reginald C. James, Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin
Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351.
Notice is hereby given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at the meeting, lie/she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such
purpose he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings are made, which records
would include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Dated this 14th day of February, 2005 A.D.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Reginald C. James
Superintendent of Schools 2/14c


Legal Notice

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA, announces its
regularly scheduled Board meeting to which all interested persons are invited.

Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2005
Time: 6:00 P.M.
Place: School Board Meeting Room,
Max D. Walker School Administration Bldg.
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, Florida

PURPOSE: BOARD MEETING: To ratify payment of bills, consider person-
nel actions, consider bids and quotations, consider and/or act on proposal
and/or adoption of Administrative Rules, the district technology plan, compli-
ance with the Children's Internet Protection Act, E-Rate Plans for Year 8, July
2005 June 2006, and such other business as may be ready for consideration.

A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, or otherwise contacting: The School Board of
Gadsden County, Florida, Attention: Mr. Reginald C. James, Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin
Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351.
Notice is hereby given that if a person decides toappeal any decision made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at the meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such
purpose lie/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings are made, which records
would include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Dated this 14th day of February, 2005 A.D.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Reginald C. James
Superintendent of Schools
2/14c


Legal Notice

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA, announces a
special Board meeting to which all interested persons are invited.

Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2005
Time: 9:00 A.M. 1:00 PM
Special Board Meeting Palm Pilot Training
Place: School Board Meeting Room,
Max D. Walker School Administration Bldg.
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, Florida

PURPOSE: BOARD MEETING: For Board members to discuss, review and
make school board rule changes, receive update on the universal Pre-K pro-
gram and to receive palm pilot training, and other such business as may be
ready for consideration.
A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, or otherwise contacting: The School Board of
Gadsden County, Florida, Attelition: Mr. Reginald C. James, Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin
Luther King. Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351.
Notice is hereby given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at the meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such
purpose he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings are made, which records
would include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Dated this 14th day of February, 2005 A.D.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Reginald C. James
Superintendent of Schools
2/14ec


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Henri Williams-aggravated assault
on LEO 2 cts, aggravated fleeing
and eluding, attempted sale of
cocaine, reckless driving and
DWLSR; Bridget Bryant-PWBC F-
3; Carolyn Dickens-VOP/public
assistance fraud; Trinton Bryant-
VOP/fleeing and eluding.
Paul Green-aggravated domestic
assault; Ray Simmons-grand theft
auto; Tony Bostick-VOP/RAWV,


battery, aggravated fleeing/attempt
to elude LEO, DWLSR and
RAWOV; Willie Bostic-RAWOV,
VOP and battery on LEO K9; Elvin
Gilyard-burglary of structure (Leon
Co); Beth Hamilton-VOP/sale of
controlled substance, possession of
controlled substance; William Win-
bush-burglary of dwelling; Willie
Bostic-VOP/robbery by sudden
snatching.


Teachers jump in the action with hip-hop artist/teacher Jack Hartmann, delighting their Head Start and
Pre-K students at a "learning concert" last week.

Hip-Hoppin'ABCs in Quincy

Head Start, Pre-K students attend "learning concert"


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer
ABCs sung to the beat of "Hip-Hop" is what you
heard if you happened to be passing Quincy's Joe Fer-
olito Recreation Center Monday morning.
640 Head Start and Pre-K students were there to be
entertained as well as learn from Jack Hartmann who
travels all over the United States putting on learning
concerts for both students and teachers.
His innovative style of teaching two- to eight-year-
old centers around music.
Through music, Hartmann teaches alphabet recogni-
tion, letter sound awareness, and colors. His teaching
through music enables pre-k students to learn phono-
logical awareness and reading readiness skills.
,.Gadsden County's Head Start and Pre-K classes are
currently using Hartmann's programs and CDs in the
classroom.


"We were fortunate to have Jack Hartmann to visit
us," director of the Head Start and Pre-K programs
Cynthia Hayes-Riley said.
Hayes-Riley said she had heard Hartmann at a con-
ference two years ago. Hartmann holds workshops
where he instructs teachers in the benefits of using
music to strengthen and energize early childhood cur-
ricula.
Students were not the only participates in Hart-
mann's performance Monday.
"I need all of the teachers up here," Hartmann said.
Two dozen teachers obliged him and to the entertain-
ment of the students they learned some dance moves.
Another song rang out over the speakers and Hart-
mann and the teachers sang and danced to their stu-
dents delight.
Hartman uses a variety of songs including nursery
rhymes, children's songs, and some of his own songs
and games to teach students numbers and letters.


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violence and possession of drug
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by Joe Ferolito
"I think the team was tired of
playing bad." Coach Tom Bolton
said about his Tallavana Lion bas-
ketball team. "We had not play well
toward the end of the season, but
this week-end we came to play."
Play they did as they roared
through the Panhandle Christian
Conference East Tournament to
advance to the Panhandle Confer-
ence Championships this week.
The Lion won it with a convinc-
ing 86-53 win over Maranatha Sat-
urday afternoon at the Lion's Den ,
on the Tallavana campus.
They did it by breaking away
from a 40-39 halftime lead to domi-
nate the second half over a tired but
game Patriot team.
6-4 senior Phillip Suber could not
be stopped inside scoring 32 in the
game and also adding 12 rebounds.
Suber who hit 17 in the first half
stayed on course with 15 after inter-
mission and keying the Tallavana
pull away.
John Risk's first half perform-
ance for Maranatha had the Patriots
smack in the game. Risk hit 28 in
the first half but good defense by
Matt Suber along with being tired
limited Risk to just 2 second half
points as the Lion ran away.
Besides his contribution on
defense M. Suber hit 12 points and
had 11 rebounds. Other Tallavana
players putting up numbers were
Craig Bolton who had 16 points and
12 rebounds, Josh Rudd who
crashed the boards for 16 rebounds,


Rickards wir


at East Gads
It was a perfect game for Demet-
ric Salters East Gadsden Jaguars to
help get them keyed for this weeks
District 2-A state play-off tourna-
ment.
The ending didn't come out the
way the Jaguars had hoped but they
put up a strong effort before getting
edged by the Big Bends number one
team Rickards 58-52 Friday night in
the Jaguar Gym, in front of a crowd


Keith Cooper who had 7 points and
6 assists and Christian Granger
who put up 7 points in the last 2
minutes on 2 three point shots and a
foul.
Craig Lashaway scored 14 points
to compliment Risk in scoring for
Maranatha. Lashaway sat out much
of the first half with 3 fouls.
Maranatha who played three games
in what was almost a days time got
31 from Lashaway and 27 from Risk
in a 66-60 win over Grace Saturday
morning in a semi-final game.
Risk had scored 34 and Lash-
away 15 Friday in an opening round
71-68 win over P.C. Covenant.
Tallavana drew a first round bye
and defeated P.C. Christian 78-58 in
their semi-final win Friday night.
Bolton had the hot hand in that
game scoring 25. P. Suber put up
17, Cooper had 14, and Jason Patton
10.
It's on to the Panhandle Christian
Finals for the Lion.
They will play Milton West
Florida Baptist in a first round game
at 4:45 p.m. Friday at Alethia Chris-
tian School in Pensacola. A win on
Friday will put them in Saturday's
final against either Central Baptist
of Robertsdale Al. or Maranatha.
"West Florida Baptist is a stocky
big team." Bolton said. "Central
Baptist was undefeated in the west
part of the conference. If we play
with the same intensity we had this
week-end we have a siot to win it
all." Bolton concluded.


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iden Friday
estimated at 2,000.
It was a see-saw battle most of the
way but mistakes down the stretch
and the Raiders ability to hit free
throws kept the Jaguars at bay.
The Raiders managed to win
despite an outstanding effort by the
Jaguars Brandon Bryant.
Bryant hit 29 points in the game
including 19 in the second half to
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Girls Ages 6-10 yrs. old
Connie Williams, Program Manager
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Quincy American (Jackson Heights Park)-lsome Francis, Sports Coordinator
Ages I 0& Under (Dixie Youth AAA)
Ages 12 & Under (Dixie Youth Majors)
Quincy National (Conners Park)-Don Morris. Sports Coordinator
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Ages 12 & Under (Dixie Youth Majors)
Joseph L. Ferolito, Jr. Center Prep Baseball (Corry Baseball Complex)
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Bobcats season


ends in Aucilla


The Munroe Bobcats saw their
basketball season end Tuesday night
in a 69-49 defeat by Aucilla in the
District 3-A tournament play-in
game in Aucilla.
Aucilla led by Drew Sharrod's 19
points and 17 from Stephen Griffin
took a 32-14 lead into the half and
coasted to the win.


Munroe's BeeJay Philmore was
the games leading scorer with 29
points. John Dooner notched 9 for
Munroe.
The Bobcats end their season with
a 5-20 mark while Aucilla moves
into the semi-finals facing
Apalachicola Friday at 7 PM.


Jackson leads West


Gadsden to semi-finals


Tuesday night's district play-in
game was an important one to West
Gadsden. The talented team has had
an up and down year and the district
tournament could afford the Pan-
thers a chance for a second season.
They took a right step Tuesday
when they defeated Liberty Co. 67-
48 breaking open a close game with
a 28-11 run in the last quarter.
Larry Jackson's 17 points and 12
by Ronnie Jackson boosted the scor-
ing effort for the Panthers Tuesday
night. Brian Walker scored 15 and
Chris Atkins added 10.
Next up will be district top seed
Maclay a team that defeated West
Gadsden twice during the year.

Men's Fastbreak

basketball league
Quincy City Rec Dept

LEAGUE
STANDINGS
1. Monsters 6-0
2. Equalizers 4-2
3. Youngblood 4-2
4. McGriff Security 3-0
5. Sanders 3-4
6. 2K-3 2-3
7. Sanders 2-4
8. Outsiders 0-7

TOP SCORER
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Both games were competitive and
the match up at Maclay at 7:30 p.m.
Friday could be a good one.
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Marianna Saturday night 58-44
again using a big fourth quarter mar-
gin.
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put in 14 and Andrico Ivory hit 10.

East Gadsden

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keep the Jaguars in an upset mode.
Rickards with Jermonte Bryant
scoring 18, Theron Cole hitting 16,
and Courtney Bradwell scoring 15
overcame Bryant's effort and got
the Raiders record to 21-4 for the
year.
East Gadsden is 18-8 entering
their District 2-3A tournament. The
Jaguars played their first game in
the tournament Wednesday night
meeting Taylor Co. A win in that
game would put them in the district
finals facing either Suwannee Co.
or Florida High Saturday night.
The tournament is being played at
Wakulla High in Medart.


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By Joe Ferolito


THREE MOVE ON
East Gadsden. West Gadsden. .
and Munroe will have theui girl's .
basketball teams playing in the '
FHSAA regionals Thursday. .
East Gadsden will be the sole .. ... .
home team hosune Marianna at 7 .
p.m. in the Jaguar Gym.
West Gadsden and Nlunroe travel. The Lad', Panthers to CoitondaleL
and Munroe to Jackson ille \w here the\ meet Pottci House ChristiIn.
East Gadsden bnngs a 22-5 record into their game against a I(-14
Marianna team. A win by the Lad\ Iagu.rs puts them in ithe second ilound
where they will face either Alachua or Jackson\ille Ribauli If .lachua
wins the Lad\ Raiders w ill be home A Ribauilt .in would d put them at
East Gadsden next Tuesday
Cottondale aw aits \West Gadsdue w ith a 21-4 lecoid The Coui-ndale -
West Gadsden winner faces the Chiple -Baker winner nei- t Tuesda\ A
Lad, Panther xin w oultd ldlow\ them to be the home team if C'hple \\win


Tli'. oulJ uani.l to Baker 11 the Lady Gators v.in
.\s ftoN Muinro the Lad', Bobcats t.Lke a 17-7 mark to Jackson ille. A
v. n pui, tihen in the regional scmis, Tuesda. against either Rock\ BVaou
ChlnsirI. or Girac'.ille. It Grace\ille v.ins.. Mlunroe would rra-el. If
Rocks Bao-Uu w ins the Lad r Cats ill host the game

JAGS. PANTHERS TRY TO ADVANCE
Wednesday uight the East Gadsden boss basketball team opened their
attump i o teach the state finals again \'. it a game against Taylor Co. in
the DistrLIc 2-3A tournament at Medart.
The Jaguars w\ ere the top seeded team and %kith a min would face
either Florida Hih or Sus\annee Saturday night for the championship.
The WVest Gadsden Panthers won their play-in game in the District 4-
2A ituniament Tuesday night and will face Maclay Friday night in the
ioaurnarneni scrnis. Jeffeison Co. and North Florida make up the brack-
eti other half .\ iih Friday's winners meeting Saturday night for the cham-
pionstup.
Both chamnpions and runners-up advance to the regional Thmsdja the
24th

BUDDY'S HONORED
A patr of o'od friends have been and are being honored during the
v. eek and I'm proud to report it.
Bob Alberison had the new g\m at Florida High renamed for him last
Wednesday rught at a cerenlony
Mr. Bob as he s kno\ n by most coached at Florida High for more than
31) 'ears u inning a state basketball champiouship in the 60's He' also
well known as a football official for e\ r 30 years in the area as v ell as
the orticial score foi the FSU men's basketball team for a number of


HeX' piobabl\ best known for his sense of humor though. He's got a
new joke eterN time ott run into him.
Franklin Thompson is among the first inductees into Leon High
School's Baseball Hall of Fame Fridav night.
An outstanding left-handed pitcher in the mid 60's Franklin sign a con-
tract v.ith the Cincinnati Reds before having his career curtailed with an
arm injury.
Franklin w as an outstanding softball play er for Buddy's Sporting
Goods and competed in Quinc. many nimes
He has also officiated with the Quinc. Basketball Officials Associa-
tion for the past 10 years.
I'm proud to sa\ both men aie m good friends and 1 offer my con-
gratulations

THE LION ROARS ON
Talla\ana's Lion basketball team roared through their East Panhandle
Christian tournament last w eek-end and head for the Conference Chanipi-
onships in Pensacola htuch begin Frida;
Semor Phllhp Suber was the tournament MVP with 49 points in the
teams 2 wins.
Suber had plenty of help though. Craig Bolion, Keith Cooper, Matt
Suber. Josh Rudd. Jason Patton, Aaron Ross and Christian Granger all
scored in the championship N\tn oer Maianatha.
Talla' ana \ ill meet West Florida Bapust of Milton in their opening
game Fnrda. nieht. That games \ inner meets either Central Baptist of
Robertsdale Al. or Maranatha for the championship Saturday
"'If we shove. the same enthusiasm and readiness ,\ c showed in the East
Conference Tournament \e can \will it all.'" Lion coach Tom Bolton feels.


Old School

men's basketball


tournament set

The Shanks Class of 1982 will
be sponsoring an Old School
Men's Basketball Tournament to
benefit the American Cancer
Society Relay for Life on March
19.
The tournament will consist of 3
divisions (70's division, 80's divi-
sion and 90's division). There will
be four teams in each division. A
champion will emerge from each
division bracket.
Teams will only play within
their division. The entry fee for
the tournament is $100.
This tournament will be fun-
filled and exciting as we watch
old classmates and friends from
the Big Bend area showcase their
talents from the past and help us
with our fight against cancer.
If you are interested in placing a
team in the tournament or if you
need more information about the
event, please contact Rutha Black
at 545-5372.


Player of the Week
East Gadsden High School


Chelsea McMillian
Chelsea was a dominating force for
the Lady Panthers Saturday night,
leading them to the district champi-
onship with a 24-point, 19-rebound
game against Florida High.



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Tyeshia had 45 points in two dis-
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Lady Jaguars on fire!


Beat 3 strong Leon teams to end regular season;

Lady Cats, West Gadsden ready for district play


by Susie Morris

District tournaments are being held this week for
FHSAA schools and no team is hotter than the East
Gadsden Jaguars.
Not only did they defeat three strong Tallahassee
teams last week but they are also hosting their Class 3A
District 2 tournament. The Jaguars defeated Leon 58-40,
FAMU 50-39 and Godby 69-49.
In the Leon game, Shryelle Home had the hot hand
scoring 21 points and dishing out eight assists. Chair-
man of the Boards, Chelsea McMillan, continued to
make pulling down rebounds easy with 20 rebounds to
go along with 13 points.
Dytesha Francis added 10 points. The team then
handed FAMU only their third loss of the season and
their first loss since the Christmas break.
East Gadsden outscored FAMU 23-12 in the fourth
quarter to pull away for the win. Home and McMillan
combined for 25 points and again McMillan pulled
down twenty rebounds. Kia Andrews and Hayes com-
bined for twenty seven rebounds as well.
Sophomore center Chelsea NIcMillan had her third
straight of twenty rebounds and scored 16 points to help


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Danielle Fagg
Her 28 points topped the scoring
against John Paul II in the district
semifinals gaining the Lady Bob-
cats a regional berth.




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lead her Jaguar team to their 20th win of the season and
a 69-49 defeat of Godby.
East Gadsden jumped out 21-10 in the first quarter and
never looked back. Tiffany Hayes added 17 rebounds
and Kia Andrews 10. Shyrelle Home scored 15 points
and dished out 16 assists.
The Jaguars are the top seed in their district tourna-
ment and should be playing Florida High on Saturday.
night for the championship.
The Munroe Lady Cats ended their regular season with
a win over Chiles in Tallahassee. The 33-19 win ended
the Lady Cats regular season at 16-6.
Danielle Fagg finished with 23 points. Crystal Wade
pulled down nine rebounds.
The Lady Cats are hosting the Class A District 3 tour-
nament at the Munroe gym this week. Munroe was the
second seed behind FAMU and both teams earned byes
from Tuesday night's games.
FAMU will play Carrabelle on Thursday night at 7:00
and Munroe will square off against John Paul II at 5:30,
West Gadsden is also the number two seed in their dis-
trict tournament to be held at Maclay. Number one
seed is North Florida Christian. The Panthers,will tip
off Thursday night at 6:00 against host Maclay.


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Basic independent judgment and initiative are
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Gadsden EMS, Quincy, Florida is accepting
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that TIM BREWTON, the
holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate
for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 85 YEAR
OF ISSUANCE: 1999

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

COMM AT THE SWC AND
RUN N 00 DEG 49 MIN E
1321.6 FT., N 01 DEG 32 MIN
E 186.04 FT., N 02 DEG 35
MIN W 162.62 FT, N 03 DEG
41 MIN E 311.87 FT., N 01
DEG 24MIN E 619.55 FT., N
01 DEG 25 MIN E1133.72 FT
TO BEGIN, THENCE N 88
DEG 47 MIN 15 SECONDS E
1321.05 FT., N 01 DEG 26
MIN 14 SECONDS E 620.21
FT., N 89 DEG 28 MIN 05
SECONDS W 1320.04 FT, S
01 DEG 25 MIN W 660.43 FT
TO THE PO.B. OR 363 P
815, LESS PART
PER OR 365 P 229.
IN SECTION 19-3N-1W

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2193N1W0000002300200

Name in which assessed:
RICHARD D. & MARY L.
PORTER

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall, be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at tl :. unnou..a u .jo,
on the 9T-1 d.y ,- MIARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&3/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that EDDIE J. BLACKWELL,
the holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certifi-
cate number and year of.
issuance, the description of
the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are
as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 99 YEAR
OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 418 P 913
COMM AT NWC OF SW 1/4
OF FRACT. SECT 11-3N-1W,
AND S 01*33'07" W 833.16
FT TO E/LY R/WAY OF OCK-
LOCKONEE RIVER RD; S
18*30' E 89.57 FT, S
01*25'17" E 98.22 FT, S
02*41'35" W 27.61 FT TO
BEGIN, THEN S 02*41'35" W
69.22 FT, S 10*48'39" W
210.55 FT, S 13*20'44" W
25.53 FT, S 88*40'54" E
313.22 FT, N 01*33'07" E
301.84 FT, N 88*40'54" W
272.74 FT TO THE P.O.B.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2113N1W0000003230200

Name in which assessed:
BERTHA LEE JONES BYRD

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 2ND day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY Ugreenal Ivey
.Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that DANIEL RILEY, the hold-
er of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 707
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 429 P 723; OR 440 P
1148
LOT 5 & E/LY HALF OF LOT
6, BLK "D" GRETNA
ESTATES, UNIT #2

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2323N4W04350000D0050

Name in which assessed:
JENNELL WALKER -

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 3RD day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION;
FOR.TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that DEBORAH MORN-
INGSTAR, the holder of the
following certificate 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 the names
in which it was assessed are
as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 740
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1997

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

LOT 26, UNIT NO. 3, DEER
CREEK.
OR 360 P 1452.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3022N2W1300000030260

Name in which assessed: RD
& KRISTEN T. SADBERRY

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that DANIEL RILEY., the hold-
er of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 942
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 441 P 1615
LOT 20,SUTTERS CREEK.
OR 365 P 503.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3032N2W0562000000200


Name in which assessed:
CHERYL GEIN

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 4TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that BANK ATLANTIC, the
holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate
for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1102
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 491 P 451-456 OR 491 P
449
COMM ATTHE NEC OFTHE
NW 1/4 OFTHE NW 1/4AND
RUN S 442 FT., W 645 FT., S
488 FT., W 425 FT., S 100 FT
TO BEGIN; THEN RUN W
200 FT., S 100 FT., E'200 FT.,
SN100 FT TO P.O.B.
'OR 316 P 114
IN SECTION 3-2N-3W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3032N3W0000002230700

Name in which assessed:
KERRY KENON & VICKI R.
ELLINSON

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 2ND day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that AMERICAN TAX FUND-
ING, LLC, the holder of the
following certificate 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 the names
in which it was assessed are
as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1211
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 479 P 1823
BEGIN AT NEC OF LOT 158,
ORIGINAL QUINCY, RUN W
200 FEET, S 135 FT., E 200
FT., N 135 FT. TO POB. OR
261 P 151 ALSO: OR 139 P
600; BEGIN AT SEC OF LOT
158 ORIGINAL QUINCY;
RUN NORTH ALONG WEST
BNDRY OF ,CALHOUN ST
165 FT; S 89*51'W 99.74 FT;
S00*01'36" W 165.31 FT TO
NORTH RT/WY OF CLARK
ST; N89*47'E ALONG
NORTH RT/WY OF CLARK
ST 99.77 FTTO POB. ALSO:
COMM AT SEC OF LOT 158
ORIGINAL QUINCY, RUN
N89*47'W ALONG NORTH
BNDRY OF CLARK ST 99.77
FT TO BEGIN. S89*47'W
199.55 FT TO SWC OF LOT
157 ORIGINAL QUINCY;
N00*03'E ALONG EAST
BNDRY OF STEWART ST
165.54 FT N89*51'E 199.49
FT; S00*01'36 W 165.31 FT


TO POB, PER OR 261 P 60

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3072N3W0730000001580

Name in which assessed:
BAHAMA LAND PARTNER-
SHIP

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that DICK N. RILEY, the hold-
er of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1282
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 475 P 1057
OR 473 P 831 OR 371 P 182
LOT 1 'JOYLr-t' SUBDIVI-,
SlON.'tX ,
OR 412 P 316 OR 412 P 627
LESS ROAD R/WAY PER
OR 372 P 993.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3162N3W0785000000010

Name in which assessed:
TRACY ANN SMITH

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&3/03/05c,


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that BANK ATLANTIC, the
holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate
for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1296
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 177 P 414 OR 411 P
1598.
LOT 6, BLOCK C, OAK
PARK SUBDIVISION.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3172N3W07900000C0060

Name in which assessed:
SHAWN R. FIGGERS

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 2ND day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida


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BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that JANICE E. STANLEY, the
holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate
for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1859
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2002

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 109, P. 491 COMM. ATA
PT. 2713.05 FT. E. AND
884.35 FT. S. OF NWC OF
SW 1/4., RUN N. 379 FT., S.
88 DEG 26 MINE. 140 FT., S.
76 DEG 47 MIN E. 164.5 FT.
TO BEGIN, RUN N. 88 DEG
51 MIN E. 150FT., S. 1 DEG
9 MIN E. 100 FT., S. 88 DEG
51,MIN W. 150 FT, N. 1 DEG
9 MIN W. 100 FT. TO THE
P.O.B. SECTION 9-1N-2W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
4091N2W0000004220200

Name in which assessed:
RAYMOND NICHOLS EST.

C/O CHARLES WILLIAMS

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 4TH day of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/10,17,24&03/03/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 02-1638-CA-B

U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE


Plaintiff,

vs.

HENRY LOVE, A/K/A
HENRY LAMAR LOVE;
EMCC, INC., THE OWNER
OF CERTAIN RECEIV-
ABLES ORIGINATED BY
TRANSAMERICA
ACCOUNT, and any
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming
by, through and under any of
the above-named
Defendants,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that
the undersigned Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gadsden
County, Florida, will on the 1st
day of March, 2005, at 11:00
o'clockA.M. at the South front
door of the Gadsden County
Courthouse in Quincy,
Florida, offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the
following-described property
situate in Gadsden County,
Florida:

The West one-half (1/2) of Lot
1, Block "D", of SUMMIT
HEIGHTS, as per map or plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
1, Page 165, of the Public
Records of Gadsden County,
Florida.

pursuant to the Final
Judgment entered in a case
*pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated
above.

WITNESS my hand and offi-
cial seal of said Court this
31st day of January, 2005.

In accordance with the
Americans With Disabilities
Act, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommo-
dation ,to participate in this
proceeding should contact
Court Administration at 10 E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351, telephone
850-875-8621, not later than
seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding. If hearing
impaired (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relay
Service.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL) .

by Betty Sue Sadberry


Deputy Clerk NORTHEAST CORNER OF
02/10&17/05c SOUTHWEST QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 24,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL RANGE 3 WEST, GADSDEN
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
GADSDEN COUNTY, RUN THENCE SOUTH 00
FLORIDA DEGREES 09 MINUTES 56
GENERAL JURISDICTION SECONDS EAST 1408.51
DIVISION FEET TO A POINT ON THE
NORTH LINE OF SECTION
CASE NO: 04-713-CA B 25; THENCE RUN NORTH
88 DEGREES 33 MINUTES
WELLS FARGO BANK, 55 SECONDS 1420.00 FEET
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER NING. FROM SAID POINT
TO WELLS FARGO HOME OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
MORTGAGE, INC. F/K/A NORTH 88 DEGREES 33
NORWEST MORTGAGE, MINUTES 55 SECONDS
INC. F/K/A DIRECTORS EAST 880.80 FEET;
MORTGAGE LOAN CORP. THENCE SOUTH 36
PLAINTIFF DEGREES 51 MINUTES 06
SECONDS WEST 832.60
VS. FEET, TO A POINT IN THE
CENTERLINE OF A-60
LOUIS EDENFIELD IF LIV- FOOT ROADWAY EASE-
ING, AND IF DEAD, THE MENT, THENCE RUN
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, NORTH 53 DEGREES 08
HEIRS, DEVISEES, MINUTES 545 SECONDS
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, WEST ALONG SAID CEN-
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TERLINE 175.00 FEET;
TRUSTEES. AND ALL THENCE NORTH 24
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING DEGREES 07 MINUTES 22
AN INTEREST BY, SECONDS WEST ALONG
THROUGH, UNDER OR SAID CENTERLINE 590.83
AGAINST LOUIS EDEN- FEET TO THE POINT OF
FIELD; JACQUELINE EDEN- BEGINNING. THE WESTER-
FIELD IF LIVING, AND IF LY 30 FEET OF THE
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN AFOREMENTIONED
SPOUSE, HEIRS, TRACT BEING SUBJECT
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, TO A ROADWAY EASE-
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, MENT. TOGETHER WITH A
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES 1985 REGA DOUBLE WIDE
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES MOBILE HOME VIN
CLAIMING AN INTEREST #6612D3322A AND
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR :6612D3322B.
AGAINST JACQUELINE
EDENFIELD; JOHN DOE Dated this 3 day of February,
AND JANE DOE AS 2005.
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION Nicholas Thomas
DEFENDANT(S) Clerk of the Circuit Court

RE-NOTICE OF (SEAL)
FORECLOSURE SALE
by Betty Sue Sadberry
NOTICE IS HEREBY Deputy Clerk
GIVEN pursuant to an Order 02/10&17/05c
Granting the Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated
February 3, 2005 entered in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Civil Case No. 04-713-CA B SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
of the Circuit Court of the 2nd CUIT, IN AND FOR GADS-
Judicial Circuit in and for DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
GADSDEN County, QUINCY,
Florida, I will sell to the high- CASE NO.: 05-43-CPA
est and best bidder for cash at
the SOUTH DOOR of the IN RE: The Estate of LUCY
GADSDEN County EDWARDS,
Courthouse, 10 EAST JEF- Deceased.
PERSON, QUINCY, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 9th day of NOTICE OF
March, 2005 the following ADMINISTRATION
described property as set
forth in said Summary Final The administration of the
Judgment, to-wit: estate of LUCY EDWARDS,
Deceased, File Number 05-
COMMENCE AT THE 43-CPA is pending in the


Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is Gadsden County
Courthouse, 10 .East
Jefferson Street (32351), Post
Office Box 1649, Quincy, FL
32353-1649. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All persons on whom this
notice is served who have
objections that challenge the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of this Court are required
to file their objections with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
within three months after the
date of the first publication of
this notice must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE,
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is February
17,2005.

/s/HAROLD S. RICHMOND
Florida Bar No.: 0120520
227 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 695
Quincy, FL 32353-0695
850-875-1339
850-875-1164-facsimile
Attorney 'for Personal
Representative

/s/ PATRICIA A. TENNELL
Personal Representative
02/17&24/05c
cont. on pg B6


February


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Sixty-five new Eagle Scouts were recognized at the 2004 banquet held recently in Tallahassee.


Flying High


3 Boy Scouts from Gadsden County among newest Eagles


Three Boy Scouts from Gadsden
County, Troop 201, which meets at
the Presbyterian Church in Quincy,
received their Eagle Scout rank in
2004. They were among 65 Scouts
recognized for the achievement at
the annual Eagle Scout banquet held
recently in Tallahassee.
Gadsden County Eagle Scouts are:
Christopher Morris he rebuilt the
inside of the concession stand at
the City of Quincy Connor Baseball
Field
Michael Noah Perkins land-
scaped a triangular intersection in
Quincy
Ronald Rentz, Jr. cleaned the
cemetery in the historical district of
Quincy.
Prior to the banquet the Eagle
Scouts showcased their Eagle Scout
projects. The Eagle Scout project is
one of the primary requirements for
being awarded the Eagle Scout rank.


Fiesta
En enero 21 de 2005 la clase de
Pre-Kinder de la Maestra Campos
con la ayuda de las paraprofesion-
ales Francis y Contreras invitaron a
los padres de familiar a una "Fiesta"
para compartir con los nifios. La
clase de la maestra Campos ha estu-
diado las tradiciones de M6xico e
hicieron una pifiata. Algunas
madres asi como la director de la
escuela de George W. Munroe;
Bonnie T Blitch y Cherith Sivyer,
coordinadora del programma de
ESOL estuvieron presents apoyan-
do a la clase. Todos disfrutamos de
una buen a Fiesta! Front row: Jose
Celis, Anthony Corpus, Jose Torres,
Ricky Torres, and Ismael-Cruz.
Standing: Azui'ena Alacedo (Joose
Celis' mother, Mlaribel Rodriques
holding her son Oscar Corpus.
Ivette Torres and Dora Camacho.

And in English...
On Jan. 21, Mrs. Campos' Pre-K
class, with help from Ms. Francis
and Ms. Contreras, invited the par-
ents to our classroom for a fiesta.
The class is studying Mexico's tradi-
tions and made a pifiata. Many par-
ents, the principal of George WV.
Munroe, Mrs. Bonnie T. Blitch. and
Cherith Sivyer, coordinator for the
ESOL program showed up to help
support the class and to have fun.


These included a variety of proj-
ects that benefited the community,
church or the environment. All of
these projects included extensive
planning, obtaining materials for the
project and organizing the manpow-
er to construct the project. Some of
the Eagle Scout projects showcased
at the banquet included the construc-
tion of a Butterfly Garden at Sealy
Elementary School, renovation of
nature trail at Tallahassee Museum
of History and Natural Science, and
the planning and placement of 30
American flags along U.S. Highway
84 near Wigham, Georgia in memo-
ry of 9/11.
The Eagle Scout rank is the highest
rank in Boy Scouts and is attained by
fewer than four percent of the boys
who enter the Boys Scouts. The
Eagle Scout rank is a true lifetime
achievement that signifies many years
of continuous hard work in the Boy


Scouts and the community.
Many Eagle Scouts go on to
become leaders in their community
and the nation. An often cited fact
is that every man that has walked on
the moon is an Eagle Scout. Other
famous Eagle Scouts include H.
Ross Perot, chairman, EDS Corp.;
Steven Spielberg, film director/pro-
ducer; Walter Cronkite journalist,
TV commentator; and Sam Nunn,
U.S. Senator from Georgia.
The annual Eagle Scout Banquet
is sponsored by the Suwannee River
Area Council (SRAC) of the Boy
Scouts.of America.
The SRAC has over 169 scouting
programs such as Cub Scouts, Boy
Scouts, and Venturing, covering 13
counties in northwest Florida and
south Georgia. Former President
of the Senate, Mallory Home, was
the guest speaker at the Eagle Scout
Banquet.


EGHS lists honor students


East Gadsden High School second
nine weeks honor rolls
Principal's list (4.0 and above)
9th Grade: Tim Bryant, Jacquelin
Grant, Vincent Grice, Keisenda
Jones, Samuel McLaurin,
Matherlyn Norwood, Sarah Smith.
10th Grade: Travis Akins, Curtis
Bridges, Kaysha Clems, Alexis
Davis, Alicia Oliver, Evan Sanders,
Jakari Turner.
llth Grade: Deonte Brown,
Brittany Green, Shyrelle Home,
Maria Hurtado, Shawandra
Johnson, Miranda Lewis, Gabriel
Mack.
12th Grade: Brian Britt, Don
Brown, Daniel Figgers, Jeremy
Ford, Rana Halim, Lashaundra
Jones, Todd Kirkland, Miranda
Mack, Betty McKinnon, Terrance
Roberts, Rellas Salter, Warren
Sanger, Phillip Sheets.

Jaguars' list (3.9-3.5)
9th Grade: Erica Alexander,
Altrimese Bell, Rondereus. Blair,
Jessica Brooker, Chekeria Brooks,
Christiane Caldwell, Lashondra
Chandler, Tracy Crews, Brettney
Dixon, Donovan Hayes, Amber
Hill, Jasmyne Holmes, Tonica
McDonald, Frank Murray, Andrew
Poole, Delvin Price, Niara
Randolph, Gregory Saenz, Kiara
Williams, Jelani York.
10th Grade: Tamekia Cummings,
Jasper Emanuel, Sha'Niece Gordon,
Brenton Hardwick, Bryan Harris,
Mercedes Hendley, Eunika Jackson,
Gloria Johnson, Natasha Larkins,
Iashea McDavid, Julius
McGlockton, Jessica Richardson,
Gary Russ, Corelia Sanger, I'ssha
Scott, Brittney Smith, Vontago
Smith, Carnail Spencer, Arsenio
Taylor, Milton Thomas, Deondra
Watson, 'Rio Weaver, Jalessa
Williams.
llth Grade: Ronterris Chavers,
Elliott Cunningham, Valriece Ford,
Porsha Green, Dedrick Hall,
Laquanda Hamon, Norman Harris,
Takayla Hinson, Fredrika Hobbs,
Ani Hovhannisyan, Marymaxine
Huber, Darius Jessie, Lakendria
Kenon, Jutharat Kerdpet, Treece
Lewis, Amber Mann, Joy Mathis,
Thomas McLendon, Jaquandra
McNealy, Amanda Mincy, Danah
Mobley, Kimberly Moye, Taleia
Spence, Dontavius Tribue.
12th Grade: Kia Andrews, Logan
Bentley, Christopher Burke, Caprice
Dixon, Kandace Gordon, Shiquita
Green, Andrenetta Hinson,
Andrankia Jones, Damesha Jones,
Larry Kirkland, Phillip Kirkland,
Marcus McMillon, Natalie
Richardson, Princess Ruffin,
Kenneth Sanders, Maranda Sapp,
Travis West.-
Commended list (3.4-3.0)
9th Grade: Terrill Adams,


Michelle Anderson, Delicia
Ankcroum, Brittany Baker,
Keyshanda Bean, Erica Bell, Paul
Bell, Quishaundr Bouie, Cassandra
Bowden, Shanderiek Clark, Jamel
David, Shalandria Dixon,
Reighnesia Ford, Shaquille Graham,
Tiffany Griffin, Jonathan Harris,
Alejandra Hurtado, Shaniqua
Jackson, Cortney Jones, Jessie
Marshall, Shantisse McGhee,
Deante McMillan, Dierra Milton,
Jasmine Robinson, Nathalie
Robinson, Gabriel Saenz, Dailyn
Sailor, Amanda Salters, Mildred
Sheffield, Brittany Sweet, Renita
Thomas, April Williamson.
10th Grade: Reshaunna Austin,
Sheridan Blair, Dominique Bostic,
Deric Broadhead, Eric Broadhead,
Terrence Brown, Brittney Burrell,
Broderick Carter, Kendra
Chambers, Christina Cummings,
Tiara Dantley, Krystal Davis,
Sharonda Elias, Eric Fryson,
Marvin Fudge, Antwan Golden,
Ladeidra Gordon, Wasem Halim,
Silvia Hernandez, Reva Hicks,
Keshandra Highman, Ashley Holt,
Deandrea Joseph, Traci Lewis,
Reginald McClendon, Adontay
McLaurin, Chelsea McMillan,
Jasmine McNealy, Cierra Moore,
Lakesha Moore, Briseida Morales,
Latheria Parker, Jasmine Proctor,
Dominga Robinson, 'Kargrecia
Robinson, Dontavia Sanders,
George Scott, Latron Sheffield,
Alicia Skeete, Shidanaka Smith,
Tabatha Washington, Vicki
Williams, Monica Winbush, Ericka
Yon, Justin Young.
llth Grade: Brandon Allen,
Shontoria Allen, Lillian Banks,
Ronterrius Bowen, Breshaun
Chambers, Brittany Charleston,
Kenchard Daniels, Aviance
Dawkins, Brandon Dilworth,
Brandon Dixon, Shantia Ferguson,
Andrea Forehand, Ricky Gennie,
Ashley Green, Destiny Green,
Trevor Gunn, Travis Heacock,
Natasha Hendley, Candace Holt,
Leticia Huapilla, Ana Ibarra,
Demetis Isaac, Quantavius Jackson,
Makenzie Lamb, Shari Mayo,
Frederika McGhee, Ashley Murphy,
Ke'Londra Ramey, Teecara
Richardson, Courtney Shaw, Jerome
Showers, Kennard Squire,
Reshemah Sweet, Kenneth Thomas,
Devajerri Travis, Alexis White,
Alondrea Williams, Christina
Williams, Valery Williams.
12th Grade: Tiffany Baker,
Ladeisha Blowe, Antonia Brito,
Tommy Britt, Brandon Bryant, Tony
Bunion, Dina Campos, Quentin
Canty, Quintina Cato, Victor
Collier, Natasha Conway, Robert
Cqpeland, Ruby Deobse, Kendrick
Fain, Antoine Favors, Tiffany


Frazier,


Robert Galloway,


Mashonda Gibson, Wanda Gilchrist,
Pee'Lar Gilyard, Shannon Glynn,
Cherez Hayes, Sintilla Jordan,
Clarence Lightfoot, Crystal Lopez,
Samelia Maine, Angela Mathews,
Martez Mitchell, Danielle Moore,
Tracy Moore, Deshawnda Moye,
Kimberly Nelson, Marcus Nelson,
Michael Nelson, Michaela
Sheffield, Na'Sasha Thomas,
Shaunteilla Thomas, Justina
Williams, Tamila Wright.


Fletcher Vaughn


Fletcher qualifies for

Duke talent search


Fletcher Vaughn, fifth grade stu-
dent at Holy Comforter Episcopal
School in Tallahassee, has qualified
to participate in the 5th Grade Talent
Search sponsored by Duke
University. The program identifies
academically talented students and
provides innovative programs and
resources to support the develop-
ment of their optimal educational
potential.
Duke University is committed to
working hand-in-hand with parents
and schools to provide valuable
resources for all academically gifted
students.
Fletcher is the son of Dixon
Vaughn and the late Laura
Mahaffey.




Football


boosters


elections

Called meeting of East Gadsden
High School football boosters to
hold elections Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m.
in the cafeteria. All prospective
boosters are asked to attend.


LEG AL


LEGALS from B5


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 05-48-CPA

IN RE: PETITION FOR
DETERMINATION OF
HEIRS OF OLIVER FLEM-
ING McKEOWN, SR.,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO HEIRS

TO ALL PERSONS WHO
BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE
THE RIGHTFUL HEIRS,
LEGATEES, DEVISEES OF
OLIVER FLEMING
McKEOWN, SR., WHO DIED
WITHOUT A WILL ON
MARCH 28, 1961 IN CHAT-
TAHOOCHEE, FLORIDA:

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for
Determination of Heirs is
pending in the Circuit Court of
the Second Judicial Circuit of
Gadsden County, Florida,
Probate Division, as styled
above, the Post Office of
which is Post Office Box 231,
Quincy, Florida 32353-0231.
That court shall determine the
rightful heirs entitled to
receive the assets owned by
the Decedent as named
above at his death.
All interested persons claim-
ing by and through the above
Decedent are required to file
their claims and addresses
with the Court ON OR
BEFORE MARCH 21, 2005
and to serve a copy of the
same upon the Petitioners'
attorney as set forth below. A
legal description of the lands
in question is set forth in the


Petition in the above-styled
cause and will be provided by
'the Petitioners' attorney upon
request.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on February 17, 2005.

/s/ VALERIE E. JANARD
Fla. Bar No. 284203
237 East Washington Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
850-875-4410
850-875-4420 facsimile
Attorney for Petitioners
02/17,24&03/03,10/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 04-1362-CAB

LEX C. THOMPSON,
Plaintiff,

vs.

STARLA D. SHAW; JAMES
HALL; TCF NATIONAL
BANK, MINNESOTA; AUTO
OWNERS 'INSURANCE
COMPANY; KEN KIRBY;
ELIZABETH KIRBY; GADS-
DEN COUNTY; and
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of Gadsden
County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Gadsden
County, Florida, described as:

Lot 3-B.

A portion of Lot 3 of an
unrecorded subdivision for
Gene Williams, as described


in the instrument recorded in
Official Records Book 451,
Page 372 of the Public
Records of Gadsden County,
Florida, lying in Lot 27 of the
McNeil's Little River Survey of
the Forbes Purchase in
Gadsden County, Florida
described as follows:

COMMENCE at a re-bar
marking the east quarter cor-
ner of Fractional Section 36,
Township 2 North, Range 4
West, Gadsden County,
Florida and run thence South
00 degrees 04 minutes 14
seconds West 335.01 feet to
an iron pipe; thence run South
79 degrees 23 minutes 11
seconds West 170.82 feet to
an iron pipe; thence run South
14 degrees 54-minutes 58
seconds West 196.38 feet to
an iron pipe on the northeast-
erly right of way boundary of
County Road No. 267-A (70
foot right of way); thence leav-
ing said northeasterly right of
way, run South 06 degrees 55
minutes' 51 seconds West
89.67 feet to an iron pipe on
the Southeasterly right of way
boundary of said County
Road No. 267-A, said point
lying on a curve concave
Southwesterly; thence
Northwesterly along said
curve with a radius of 2260.80
feet through a central angle of
03 degrees 48 minutes 05
seconds, for an arc distance
of 150.00 (the chord of said
arc bears North 45 degrees
34 minutes 58 seconds West
149.97 feet) to a concrete
monument with cap marked
LS#3031 and the northeast
comer of said Lot 3 for the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
From said POINT OF BEGIN-
NING and leaving said right of
way, run South 71 degrees 37
minutes 28 seconds West
along the southerly boundary
of said Lot 3, a distance of
178.64 feet to a concrete
monument with cap marked
LS#3031 lying on the afore-


said southerly right of way
boundary of County Road No.
267-A, said point lying on a
curve concave
Southwesterly; thence
Southeasterly along said
curve with a radius of 2260.80
feet; through a central angle
of 06 degrees 59 minutes 12
seconds; for an arc distance
of 275.68 feet (the chord of
said arc bears South 50
degrees 58 minutes 36 sec-
onds East 275.51 feet) to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.

at public sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the south
front door of the Gadsden
County Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on
March 8, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
02/17&24/05c


INI THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 05-24-CAB

JAMES L. THOMPSON
Plaintiff,

vs.

DEREK ALLEN; TAMMY M.
ALLEN; and UNKNOWN
TENANTS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: TAMMY M. ALLEN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Foreclosure
has been filed against you
and others, and you are


required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any,
to it on DANIEL E. MAN-
AUSA, ESQUIRE, SMITH,
THOMPSON, SHAW & MAN-
AUSA, P.A., Plaintiff's attor-
neys; 3520 Thomasville,
Raod, 4th Floor, Tallahassee,
Florida 32309-3469, no more
than thirty (30) days from the
first publication date of this
notice of action, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attomeys or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
DATED this 4th day of
February, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
02/17&24/05c


IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 04-1656 CAB
U C N :
202004CA001656XXXXXX

WACHOVIA BANK, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE REGIS-
TERED HOLDERS OF
AEGIS ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES TRUST,
MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2004-2,
Plaintiff,

vs.

FELITA K. HENRY A/K/A
FELITA M. HENRY; ETAL.,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE PUR-


SUANT TO CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an Order
or Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated
February 7, 2005, and
entered in Case No. 04-1656
CAB UCN:
202004CA001656XXXXXX
of the Circuit Court in and for
Gadsden County, Florida,
wherein Wachovia Bank,
N.A., as Trustee for the regis-
tered holders of Aegis Asset
Backed Securities Trust,
Mortgage Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2004-2 is
Plaintiff and FELITA K.
HENRY A/K/A FELITA M.
HENRY; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO. 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST NAMED DEFEN-
DANT TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE
OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the South Front Door
of the Gadsden County
Courthouse, 10 E. Jefferson
Street, Quincy, Florida 32351
at Gadsden County, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 23 day of
March, 2005, the following
described property as set
forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:

BEGIN AT A POINT 911.25
FEET EAST AND 15 FEET
SOUTH OF THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHWEST QUAR-
TER OF SECTION 3, AND
THENCE RUN EAST 78.75
FEET, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 432 FEET, THENCE
RUN WEST 78.75 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 432
FEET TO THE POINT OF


BEGINNING. SAID LOT


BEGINNING. SAID LOT
CONTAINING 0.78 ACRE
MORE OR LESS AND
BEING IN THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF THE NORTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 3, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST,
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

LESS AND EXCEPT THAT
PORTION CONVEYED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
436, PAGE 1645 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS .OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision. of certain
assistance. Please contact
the Court at 850-875-8601
(fax 850-875-8612) within two
(2) working days of your
receipt of this Notice; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call Florida Relay Service
(800) 955-8770.

DATED at Quincy, Florida,
on February 7, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk, Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
02/17&24/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT

Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Chapter 373,
Florida Statutes, the following
applications) for water use
permits) have been received
by the Northwest Florida
Water Management District:

Application number I 06508


filed 01/31/2005
C.W. Roberts Contracting,
Inc., Post Office Box 188,
Hosford, FL 32334
Requesting a maximum with-
drawal of 96,000 gallons per
day from the Floridan Aquifer
System for Water Based
Recreation use by an existing
facility.
General withdrawal
locations) in Gadsden
County: T1S, R4W, Sec. 7

Interested persons may
object to or comment upon
the applications or submit a
written request for a copy of
the staff reports) containing
proposed agency action
regarding the applications)
by writing to the Division of
Resource Regulation of the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District, atten-
tion Terri Peterson, 152 Water
Management Drive, Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but such
comments or requests must
be received by 5 o'clock p.m.
on March 7, 2005.

No further public notice will
be provided regarding this
(these) applicationss.
Publication of this notice con-
stitutes constructive.notice of
this permit application to all
substantially affected per-
sons. A copy of the staff
reports) must be requested
in order to remain advised of
further proceedings and any
public hearing date.
Substantially affected per-
sons are entitled to request an
administrative hearing regard-
ing the proposed agency
action by submitting a written
request according to the pro-
visions of 40A-1.521, Florida
Administrative Code. Notice
of Proposed Agency Action
will be mailed only to persons
who have filed such requests.
02/17/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION


FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that ORION .PARTNERS,
L.P., the holder of the follow-
ing certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certifi-
cate number and year of
issuance, the description of
the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are
as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1415
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2001

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 443 P 1442
LOT 1 IN LOT 28 IN
ROBERT CITY. OR 390 P
1234.
IN SECTION 12-2N-4W.
OR 426 P 709

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3122N4W0000001331300

Name in which assessed:
WILLIE F. AND SHARON
ANKCROUM

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State of
Florida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door
on the 9TH day of MARCH,
2005, at 10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day. of FEB-
RUARY 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
02/17,24&3/03,10/05c








B7 February 17, 2005 Gadsden County Times


Join the harlots,

aristocrats and

entertainers at

'Trade Faire'
The annual Colonial Trade Faire will be
held on Friday, Feb. 18 through Sunday,
Feb 20 at Bradley's Pond, across from
Bradley's Country store, about 12 miles
North of Capital Circle out Centerville
Road, Tallahassee. The hours are 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. each a day. Admission is $5. Chil-
dren under 12 free.
The purpose of the Tallahassee Colonial
Faire is to create an 18th Century historical
experience with a living history event.
Travel back in time to the 1700's and see


how our
colonial
folk lived.
Talk to the
craftsmen .'
and traders
and find
out what'
life was
like back
then. Get
away from
the com-
puters, ,
TVs and
cell phones
and see..
how people
of all ages
dressed -
back then.
There will be demonstrations, music,
stores, great food and so much to. see.


Colonial Trade Faires were held in all the
colonies. The object of the faires were to
get people together, providing them with a


means to
buy and
sell prod-
ucts of
manufac-
S .. ture, live-
.*" stock, pro-
duce and
other sorts
,.of goods
and mer-
chandise.
Artisans,
tinkers and
mongers
would
9 gather to
hawk their
: 'wares.
Comman-
ders of
forts throughout the colonies would organ-
ize faires in an effort to supply the men un-


der them with the personal items that were
not provided by government rations and to
promote better well-being with the civilians
in and around the outpost.
The faires, generally lasting three days,
became home to itinerant entertainers, food
vendors, pickpockets, showmen and har-
lots. When you add to these the militia-
men, aristocrats, housewives and children,
you create a frontier celebration with the
sights and smells unlike any other activity.
This year's event will be extra special.
We will have an 18th Century conjurer
(magician), a sword swallower, pirates,
pony pulled wagons, jugglers and more all
in a park-like setting. Participants will be
lodged in canvas tents and cook over open
fires.
Friday: Seniors (65+) admission half
price! School groups will receive free ad-
mission and children will be given discount
coupons for their families to be used on the
weekend.


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Mon 7 pm Wed. 7 pm
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Tues. Sat. 10 am 6 pm
Jeans $300 Slacks $200
Work Pants $1" Blouse $200
Dresses $300 & $400 Shoes $200
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If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation...
II Corinthians 5:17a


The Baha'i Faith
Baha'is are dedicated to:
The Adoration of One God and the
Reconciliation of all Major Religions:
Appreciation for the Diversity and Nobility
of the Human Family
and the Elimination of all Prejudice:
Establishment of World Peace,
Equality of Women and Men,
Universal Education;
Cooperation between Science and Religion
in the Individual's Search for Truth;
Fostering of Joy and Radiance, and the
Promotion of Human Dignity.

For more information on the Baha'i Faith contact
Mary or Bill Leonard at 627-0273
Join us for Devotions every Sunday at 11 am
and for Study Circles every Sunday at 5 pm


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James Byrd, Owner.
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Contact: Pat Murray
Mobile: 850/933-5377


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Havana, FL 32333


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Beulah Hill
Missionary Baptist Church
"A Christ-Centered Bible Based Church"
Come worship with us!

Sunday Services
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Worship Service
Bible Study: Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Radio Broadcasts
Monday through Fridays at 9:30 a.m.
WTCL (1580 AM) Chattahoochee
WWSD (1230 AM) Quincy
Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
WTAL (1450 AM) Tallahassee
Rev. Matthew M. Carter, II, Pastor
Beulah Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Gretna, Florida 32332-0418
(850) 856-9203 Church Office
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Racing

This Week


Daytona 500

* Where: Daytona International
Speedway (Daytona Beach,
Fla.)
* When: Feb. 20, 1 p.m.
* On the air: Fox
* Track qualifying record: Bill
Elliott, 210.364 mph, 1987
* Track race record: Buddy
Baker, 177.602 mph, Feb. 17,
1980

Daytona International

Speedway


* Track: 2.5-mile tri-oval
* Banking: 31 degrees


Busch Series
* Race: Hershey's-JAKE 5 300 .
(Daytona .
International Speedway)
* When: Feb. 19, 1 p.m.
* On the air: Fox


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