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Fun-loving Curtis Sweet died when the lights went out


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

It's been nine years since some-
one turned out the lights on the
dance floor at Dut Collins' place.
The tiny club was frequented mostly
by the folks in the neighborhoods
off U.S. Highway 90, across from
Gadsden Community Hospital. On
March 20, 1996 while the music
blared, suddenly the lights uent out.


then shots rang out. When the lights
came back on Curtis Sweet lay
dead in the middle of the floor.
Two others has also been shot but
their injuries were not life threat-
ening.
Judy Sweet misses her brother.
"He was a fun-loving person. You'
had to really do something bad to
Curtis to make him angry. He liked
people." Judy said. Sweet also liked
to dance and that is what drew him


to Dut's Place often. Sitll. Sweet


was an outsider in a neighborhood
bar,
That could be the reason no one


has e\ er come forward.
Inv. Shelton Turner investigated
the case when it occun-ed. He has
.been assigned the case again.
This time. it is one of 16 cold
case murders that Sheriff Morris
Young promised to re-open when
he was a candidate for the
county's top cop position.
Sweet's family wants closure to
the case. Judy and her father. Char-
lie. say they have accepted his


death, but
they want
ollleolne
to come
forv ard
and help
pu, the
kil:.,
behi nd
bars. "He


See SWEET on Page 9.


Slave


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may be

at site for


WGHS

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
Less than an hour after AJAX
Construction Company updated the
Gadsden County School Board on
the progress and projections for
West Gadsden High School, a
bombshell was dropped.
Sam Hawkins, repre'senLing ith
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
(NAACP), told the board that he
and the organization's regional
director had identified a slave ceme-
tery on the property with at least
200 graves.
"We're prepared to take legal
action to stop construction (of the
new school)," Hawkins said. He
said at least three grave sites have
been identified on the property
See CEMETERY on Page 9


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by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
"Everyone we have here today are all winners," said Sheri
Helm, president of the Pilot Club of Quincy before announcing
that Sgt. Joseph Floyd of the Havana Police Department was
named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
The event is sponsored annually by Quincy Kiwanis, Quincy
Pilot Club, and the Quincy Rotary Club. This year, the Havana
Kiwanis Club also attended the luncheon held Tuesday to
honor law enforcement officers.
"Thank you for this honor. These guys are all outstanding
officers," Floyd said. The other nominees were: Officer Jason


Newlin of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission, Deputy Kenny-Lewis of the Gadsden County Sher-
iff's Office, and Officer Mike Graham of the Quincy Police
Department.
Sgt. Floyd has been in law only since 2004. In that time, he
has made 47 street level narcotics arrests, keeping drugs off the
streets of Havana.
He leads the department in DUI arrests and nine convictions.
In April of this year he received a letter of commendation from
his supervisors for outstanding job performance in narcotics
investigation leading to the arrest of a violent armed drug
offender.
See OFFICER on Page 9


Man found



dead in car


Photo by Alice DuPont
Gadsden County sheriff's deputies examine the trunk of the car where Jerry Sanders' body was found Tues-
day afternoon.


Jerry Sanders

was strangled,

bound, in trunk
by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The Gadsden County Sheriff's
Office is looking for clues in the
murder of 39 year old Jeremiah
"Jerry" Sanders. He was found
strangled, bound with telephone
cord, wrapped in a blanket and
stuffed in the trunk of his car. "Who-


ever did it wanted to make sure tfEgs
had several days to get away," said
Inv. Shelton Turner.
Sanders was last heard from aboit.
10:30 Sunday night when he had-a;
telephone conversation with his
daughter, Jessica. Sanders, a heavy
equipment operator- with the
county's Road and Bridge Depart-
ment, was a creature of habit. SD,
when his normal routine was int&r-
rupted, family members called tihe
sheriff's office Tuesday morning lo:
report him missing.
It was out of character for Jerry
See MURDER on Page 9


Taylor: City needs


to find money to fix


Tanyard Cr. bridge


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer
Part of Stewart Street is still closed
and Mayor Sherrie Taylor wants
something done about it. T h e
street at the Tanyard Creek bridge
has been closed off for five weeks,
she said. "I take a lot of heat about
that street," Taylor said
Taylor represents the district that
includes the area around Stewart
Street, which is a connector street
between Jefferson Street and Martin
Luther King Blvd.
It has a lot of through traffic
including school buses headed to
Stewart Street Elementary, Carter
Parramore Educational Center,
Gadsden Vo-Tech, Gadsden County
School District's transportation cen-
ter which houses the system's buses,
and Quincy Elementary Magnet
School.
The street collapsed over the
bridge about 18 inches, according to
city utilities director Gene Tucker,
because of April's heavy rains
draining into Tanyard Creek.
The creek damaged the sub-struc-
ture of the bridge. Tucker had told
the commissioners at their last
meeting that an engineer would


need to determine what damage was
actually done and the cost of repair-
ing the bridge. He gave them a
price of about $21,000 for the test-
ing and an estimated $250,000 to
replace the bridge. No action was
taken by the commission on the
matter of the bridge, the reason
appearing to be the tight budgetary
restraints the city is currently facing.
Tucker was again before the com-
mission Tuesday night with the
same figures. The first phase
would be $21,875, he said, the cost
would be for soil samples around
the bridge and adjacent Tanyard
Creek flood zone, geo-technical
work and soil samples.
He gave the commissioners a
"ballpark" figure of the same
$250,000 to fix the bridge.T h i s
.time Taylor did not let 'no response'
to the request go unanswered. "We
need to find the money," Taylor
said.
Taylor quizzed both Banks and
financial director Neva Reeds about
where they could find the money to
start the first phase of the project.
Both replied that they would find
the money for the testing.
The city of Quincy operates on a
See BRIDGE on Page 9


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Dianna Decker (Kiwanis
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Newlin (FWCC), Sgt. Joseph
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2 Gadsden County Times May 26, 2005

Where in the world LE.,i i rI A w


is


Jerry Wynn?


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
With the 2006 hurricane fast approaching and the 2005 season still vivid
in the memory of many South Floridians, state officials are borrowing
people from areas not severely affected by last season's four hurricanes to
help others.
Jerry Wynn, director of the t
Gadsden County Health Depart- g to
ment, has been dispatched to the L
Charlotte County Health Depart- C h ilott
ment "to assist with some of the
lingering issues related to Huri- m,1 t
cane Charley," said Bonita Soren-, y
son of the Florida Department of p ith
Health. He will be assisting that it
county for the next 60 to 90 days.
Wynn, who has over 30 years
experience, was selected because rr oc n'
he has a wealth of experience in
public health and, Sorenson said, rea ine 1a s
has a proven record of getting
health departments back on track.
This isn't the first time Wynn has been summoned to help. In'the after-
math of Hurricane Charley, Wynn was sent to help out the Desoto County
Health Department. Sorenson said that because Wynn has already helped
out in the area, he has knowledge of what the health departments are
going through.
In a letter to health department employees in Charlotte County, Sorenson
said, "I imagine that you most certainly should feel physically broken and
emotionally broken. My heart and the hearts of all of your colleagues are
with you."
"In an effort to help all of you get over the hump, I have called on Jerry
and he has graciously and enthusiastically responded that he is willing to
do anything he can to help Charlotte CHD employees," Sorenson.
, Wynn's charge is to assist Charlotte County Health Department in the
recovery process. Specifically, he will he assess how the department is
meeting the needs of the community, identify program priorities for meet-
ing the community's needs, assess the effectiveness of relationships with
the medical community and assess the readiness for hurricane response.
Wynn will also help with the human resources in the department. He
will look for ways to improve employee teamwork and morale as well as
address the need for more employee support at home and at work.
The employees are in a unique situation, according to Sorenson. "I do
know that Charlotte County CHD employees have suffered an extraordi-
nary amount of damage to their homes, their work sites and their commu-
nity. I can't even fathom how most of you must feel at this point, having
to face another hurricane season," she said.
Wynn has been asked to help monitor the department's spending plan,
help develop a budget in a timely manner, review salaries as compared to
other counties, and review individual development plans.
Sorenson asked Charlotte county employees to work with Wynn and
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East Gadsden graduates threw their hates in the air at the close of commencement Friday night at Jaguar Stadium.Valedictorian Miranda
Mack and Salutatorian Bettye McKinnon were the speakers for the ceremony. photo by Alice DuPont


Graduates urged to "take road less travelled"


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

If the seniors at East Gadsden
High School wanted to get away
and celebrate Friday night, they
didn't have to sit through end-
less words of wisdom and long,
drawn out farewells. The pro-
gram started at 7 p.m. and was
over a little before 8 p.m.
As if rehearsed, they tossed
their Carolina blue caps into the
air and it was all over but the
shouting.
Some will be going to col-
lege, others have joined the mil-
itary, some already have jobs.


Wherever their paths will lead
them, they were all smiles Fri-
day night as the second, "and
the best" class from EGHS
made its exit.
"The doorways of opportu-
nity have been opened, all we
have to do is step across the
threshold. I challenge each of
you to take the road less trav-
elled," valedictorian Miranda
Mack said, promising her class-
mates that "the best is yet to
come.",
Mack's best friend and salu-
tatorian Bettye McKinnon also
spoke briefly to her classmates,
sometime in words almost too


mature for people who haven't
yet reached the 20 year mark.
"The past years have not always
been golden. We have finally
reached the turning point in our
lives," she said.
Before the students crossed
the stage to received their diplo-
mas, and to shake the hands of
the Superintendent of Schools
and School Board members,
they got a little antsy as Supt.
Reginald James delivered a final
challenge asking students to
strive to reach their fullest
potential. He also asked them to
remember what their classmates
look like Friday night and


Sheriff's Department to begin its D.A.R.E program


The Gadsden Countr Sher-
i.ff', Dc pa i m cnD1 vII viknIg 11
counjunction \\ ith the Gadsden
County School Board is
pleased to announce the imple-
mentation of the D.A.R.E. pro-
gram in all Gadsden County
Elementary Schools starting in
the 2005-2006 school \car.
D.A.R.E. which stands for
Drug Aware Resistance Educa-
tion, is a law enforcement pro-
gram that is designed to reduce
the use of tobacco. alcohol.
and drugs as well as pre\ ent
violence among our commlu-
nity's youth. D.A.R.E. is a la"\
enforcement office-r-led series
of classroom lessons that gi\ es
kids the life skills the) need to
avoid involvement with drugs,
gangs, and violence. Drug and
alcohol abuse is one of the
greatest threats to the health,
well-being and future of our
youth. This summer the Sher-


Gadsden County Sheriff's deputy Anthony Brown is shown with the
D.A.R.E. car used in the new program. The, car was confiscated
from a drug dealer. photo by Byron Spires


iff's Department will send
Deputy Anthony Brown to the
D.A.R.E. instructor's training
conference in Orlando. Deputy


Brown is currently assigned to
the School Resource Division
at Shanks Middle School.
SSheriff Young, who is also a


Students may be in uniforms by fall


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Come next fall, school chil-
dren in the lower grades will
follow millions of others stu-
dents around the world in the
way they dress for school. Away
with the designer logos and
name brand togs. If all goes as
Superintendent of Schools
Reginald James hopes, uniforms
will be worn by all elementary
school students throughout the
county.
James said statistics have
proved that when students wear
uniforms there are fewer fights
and grades go up. "I'm all for
anything that will helpour stu-
dents improve," he said.
In early May, James sent a
letter to parents asking for their
support and iecouragement for
uniforms. "The research data is
very positive, powerful, and
promising. However, this effort
cannot be successful without
your support. There are many


benefits for you as a parent and
for your child," James wrote.
Since that letter the school
advisory councils at all elemen-
tary schools have met to discuss
the idea. "All of our elementary
schools have received the idea
very well. Some of them have
even had fashion shows," said
Audrey Lewis -Potter, parent
liaison coordinator. She said
that based on school responses,
schools will be ready to go with
uniforms in thefall. Lewis-Pot-
ter said that James A. Shanks
and Havana Middle Schools are
also considering uniforms.
School officials estimate that
the uniforms will cost about
$20 per uniform which will ulti-
mately save parents money.
James said that plans and con-
siderations are being made for
establishing a clothes closet to
help parents. A flyer included
with the letter to parents out-
lined what James thinks will
happen if uniforms are worn.
Uniforms will:


*Eliminate clothing that will
conceal weapons and drugs
*Eliminate intruders on cam-
puses
*Allow students to experi-
ence greater academic success
*Motivate students to be less
inclined or persuaded by peer
pressure
*Motivate students to be
more self-confident and less
likely influenced by negative
peer behavior
*Prove cost effective ($20 per
outfit)
*Reduce violence and disci-
pline problems
*Encourage students to con-
centrate on their studies instead
of what other students are wear-
ing
*Increase students' grades
*Reduce fighting between
students
The school board will hear
more about uniforms during a
June 6 workshop at 6 p.m. at
the school district office, 35
Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.


remember that picture when
they see each other at their 10
year class reunion.
Friday night belonged to the
Class of 2005. Proud parents,
well wishing friends and rela-
tives greeted the graduates with
hugs and kisses while others
thrust balloons and flowers into
the arms of their favorite grad
as disposable cameras and top-
of-the-line digital cameras
clicked away.
In all, 140 students walked
away with Certificates of Atten-
dance, Special Diplomas and
regular Diplomas.

past D.A.R.E. instructor,
believes that the D.A.R.E. pro-
gram is the gold standard for
drug abuse education and pre-
.vention and has made thil a top
priority for the upcoming
school year. Any parent inter-
ested in volunteering with the
D.A.R.E. program and would
like more information is
encouraged to contact the sher-
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OPINIONS


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Is it really change!

It's true that the more things change, the more they
remain the same.
I was looking back through old newspapers earlier this
week, trying to find the articles that were written about the
Curtis Sweet murder, the cold case that I'm profiling this
week. I didn't find much written about Sweet, but I found a
lot written about then Gadsden Memorial Hospital.
- Seems the only thing that has changed is that nine years
ago, the managing company of the hospital was an outfit
called HealthMark. There were special meetings, there were
attempts to get the county attorney to get the management
company to do the right thing.

Same ol' same ol'

Sounds almost exactly like the conversation I heard last
veek during the county commission meeting when they
were talking about the management company at the hospital:
Ashland HealthCare.
I Small hospitals like ours are struggling nationwide. They
are being eaten up by big regional hospitals and that, to me,
is a shame.
4 Back then the schools unveiled a new reading initiative
that called for all of the citizens to buy into: it was called
'iGadsden Looks to Books" and outlined what kind of books
we all ought to be reading each month. That's been replaced
this year with "Stop, Drop, and Read" and this year we were
411 supposed to stop at a certain time and read. If they caught
you reading, you were going to get some sort of prize. I
4on't know if anybody ever got caught reading or not.
The "Looks to Books" committee said they hoped that
everyone in the county would get excited about reading.
they even gave out pledge cards that proclaimed the bearer
promised to read whenever they cold.
' And schools were still struggling with test scores. It was-
Fi't the FCAT in 1996, it was the Comprehensive Test of
Basic Skills (CTBS) that caused all the hand wringing. Mid-
dle and high school test scores were up, but elementary
schools were causing headaches. Now, it's the other way
around.

Now for the good

One good thing we seem to be experiencing less crime.
i don't remember the last time I wrote about stolen cars,
vandalized auto dealerships or glass just randomly smashed.
The police department wanted to get more people
involved. They started what they called the Citizen's Police
Academy. I think it lasted about a year. I see now, however,
they have concentrated their efforts on kids. That seems to
be working fairly well. I'm seeing the Explorers all over the
place.

Keep trying

What I see is that people in our community are still trying. If
At first you don't succeed, some people here are committed
Io keep trying until something works.


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finding Roads

By: Byron Spires


Lives lost and things

remembered

This week there is a special section of the paper about
the ten men who perished during World War Two from the
Providence Community. It is certainly a story about lives
lost and the tragedy of war.
But, there is also another story within the story.
To understand what I mean, let me tell you how I came
by such a remarkable tale.
In November of 2003 I covered the dedication of the
monument placed at Providence Baptist Church's Ceme-
tery in honor of the ten men from the area who had died
during World War Two.
As I stood and listened to the ceremony and watched the
friends and rela-
tives of the slain
men honor them,
I knew that it was
a special story
that needed to be
told.
Dick Suber had
provided the
monument. He
had felt the need
to honor those
men. He had
grown up around
most of them and
1et thlat th kc'
rifices should not
go unnoticed.
He was right.
They were unique, not that they had died during a war,
but that they had lived in such close proximity to each
other and. shared family and friends together.
And more than their deaths, there was something else,
too.

A time to grow

It was the growing up years of a generation of people
who scratched their living out of the soil. It was before
electricity or television and you had to create your own
entertainment. It was a time when a mule and wagon were
how you visited your neighbor.
It was time when the big Sunday dinner meant you had
to get up early and catch one of the chickens, and the table
would be full of vegetables you had helped grow and pick.
It was a time when a Saturday night meant gathering at
a neighbors house, moving the furniture around, getting
out a fiddle and enjoying the company of friends and
neighbors.


SThose ten men's lives had centered around a time when
'life was simple. When neighbors shared what they had
with each other and to be poor really didn't mean much,
especially when everyone else was poor.
As much as that monument stands for those ten men, it
also stands for the good times before a war would change
the world.

A time for reflection

I knew that when I stood there that November day in
2003 and listened to the the dedication speakers.
It was confirmed for me Monday when I sat and listened
to those that remembered the ten men.
They talked about the good times and laughed over the
silly things kids growing up do to each other.
It was in their eyes, they missed their friends, but they
missed those good times almost as much.
For them that monument will always be a reminder, not
just of relatives or neighbors, but of a time gone by that
can never be repeated.

A time gone by

Floyd Suber, said it best when he said those years grow-
ing up in Providence had been the best years of his life.
We owe a lot to those men who've died in wars for our
freedoms and we owe a lot to those who survived as well.
I think a monument in honor of those ten men was a good
idea. We need to be reminded sometimes of the sacrifices
that have been made for us.

A time to remember

Let me recom-
mend this
Memorial Day
that you take a
drive out to
Piovidence Bap-
tist Church and- :, .
visit the monu- 'e. ..-. ,.
ment dedicated .
to Providence's
sons.
You will not
have any prob-
lem finding it. .
There is an 04
American Flag
standing above it
near the center of
the cemetery.
If you do go, let me make a recommendation. As you
stand there and read the names carved across the monu-
ment's face think about this: from where you stand you
could see where some of these young men grew up. If you
climbed to the top of one of the nearby pines you could
see where most of these young men grew up.
And as you stand underneath the flag remember one
final thing:
Memorial Day is more than just a day off, it is a time
set aside to remember those who paid the ultimate price
for freedom, their lives.


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Dwayne Gainous (left), Tellie
Mathis (center) fried up more
than 20 pounds of chicken and
100 pounds of fish to feed the
hundreds who showed for the
50th annual Emancipation
Proclamation celebration on
May 20. At right three genera-
tions of S.B. Gunn's decen-
dants (left to right): 9-year-old
Jazzmine Gainous, 1-year-old
Ya'Mya Roberts and 30-year-
old Taohebia Roberts.
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T-Formation begins

production in Midway

T-Formation, a nationally recog-
nized screen-printing and t-shirt
company, has relocated its produc-
tion facility to Midway, bringing
with it 92 jobs and a new 42,000
square foot building.
T-Formation has experienced
tremendous growth in recent years
and had outgrown its current Talla-
hassee facility. The choice to move
to the 10/90 Industrial Park in Mid-
way was made extremely attractive
due to lower lands costs, ease of
permitting and the ability to operate
within an Enterprise Zone, which
offers the company numerous
advantages, including special tax
credits and employee training.
"Gadsden County is truly excited
to have a great business like T-For-
mation locating here. They are truly
a local success story and one of the
best kept secrets in the region with
regard to manufacturing," said
David Gardner, Executive Director
of Gadsden County Chamber of
Commerce.


Alan Gentry (center) president of T-Formation, explains the pi
of silk screening during the company's open house Thursday a
noon.


T-Formation was originally
founded in Tallahassee in 1985,
with a total five of employees.
Today, the company employs 92
associates and operates 24 hours a
day, six days per week.
Alan Gentry, president of T-For-
mation, said, "We produced over 5
million shirts in 2004 in very
cramped quarters at our previous
facility. Since we opened the facil-


ity in January 2005, we have seen
our production numbers rise dra-
matically and with great effi-
ciency,"
In addition to being one of
Florida's largest textile screen
printers, the company is adding an
embroidery operation to provide its
-clients with a broader array of
products and services prior to the
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Nancy Stabler Vanstone of Quincy
and Andrew Vanstone of Niagra
Falls, NY announce the engagement
of their daughter, Elizabeth Van-
stone, to Wiley Meggs, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William N. Meggs of Tal-
lahassee.
The bride-elect is the granddaugh-
ter of George F. Stabler and the late
r" Lena Massey Stabler of Quincy.
She is a graduate of Florida State
S University and is employed with
H&H in Havana.
The groom-elect is the grandson
of Edith Meggs and the late Dowal
Meggs and Emory Elkins and the
late Mae Bess Elkins all of Talla-
hassee. He is a graduate of Florida
State University and is employed
with the Leon County Sheriff's
Office.
'The wedding is planned for

Quincy.

Jones Tractor

expands in

North Florida

Jones Tractor Company of
Thomasville, Tallahassee, and
Cairo, a locally owned John Deere
dealership, today announced plans
to merge with two Florida John
Deere dealers, more than doubling
the geographic territory Jones Trac-
tor currently serves.
Southern Ag & Turf with locations
in Hastings, Chiefland and New-
berry and Marion Tractor Company
in Ocala will merge with Jones
S Tractor, effective September 1.
Through the merger, each location
will benefit through access to
greater product inventory, better
access to information, and through
improved customer service.
Local management in each of the
locations will continue in place,
benefiting from the combined
strength of the merged companies.
Employment at each of the loca-
tions involved is expected to remain
constant.
"Our 'customers will benefit
S tremendously because of our
merger,' said Earl Jones. "We will
have greater purchasing power and
improved access to inventory. Each
of the dealerships brings unique
S strengths to the merger.
We have worked for 34 years to
S build Jones Tractor's strong reputa-
tion for customer service. Under the
newly merged company, our focus
still will be on providing for our
customers the products and service
they need. With our increased
access to inventory, what we offer.
customers will be even stronger."
Jones Tractor Company, estab-
lished in 1971 in Thomasville,
Georgia, sells and services John
Deere equipment. In 1987, Jones
Tractor expanded with a dealership
process location in Tallahassee and acquired
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The Quincy Garden Club installed
new officers at its monthly board
meeting Tuesday, May 10. Officers
for 2005-2007 are Rache'l Layerd,
president; Ann Munroe, vice-presi-
dent; Mary Ruth Harden, secretary;
and Mary Alice Tiller, treasurer.
Club members from all four Gar-
den Club circles joined the newly
installed officers for a salad supper.
2001-2003 president Debbie Whid-
don conducted the installation and
presented the officers with hand-
made butterfly plaques made by
2003-2005 president Buena Prdsk-
ine. Buena was thanked for her hard
work as club president for the past
two years, and was presented a
peace lily plant by incoming Presi-
dent Layerd.
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organized in 1948, federated in
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oversees various beautification proj-
ect in, the community which include
the grounds of the Quincy Garden
Center and the courthouse square'
They also conduct Garden Therapy:
at the Magnolia House Assisted Liv-
ing Faciilty four time a year, and has-:
Junior Gardening activities at sev-
eral schools in the community,
throughout the year.
The Garden Club along with Pam
Abbott and Evie Sheward serve as,
hosts for the Quincy Garden Center:
They are involved with the Quincy,
Main Street program in promoting
downtown Quincy. The Garderi
Center may be rented for private'
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Fifth Sunday fellowship

First Mission Christ Temple COGIC, 419 W. Carolina
St, Tallahassee, will host the Tallahassee District Church
of God in Christ 5th Sunday Fellowship May 29th.

SEMBC Camp Gnosis

The Second Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church is
~.pmioiisolin a summer c.mp full of kinov.lcd.ge and fiiit
The SEMNBC Camp (Gnosi- IGnomls. me.ins knox\ ledgc.i
is June 6 -July 15. C.rnip Gnoi s illi mclude aca.iJlci-i
studies (FCAT, reading, math and English), physical
education, safety, Stop-Drop-And-Roll, 4-H, CPR, arts
and crafts, weekly field trips and many more activities.
The cost 6f the camp is $35 per week for the first child
and $30 a week for all others children in the home. Reg-
istration is on Tuesday and Wednesday 5 p.m. 8 p.m.,
Saturday from 11-3, and Sunday until 2:00 PM.
This camp is located at 2718 Attapulgus Highway,
Quincy. For more information, please call Shelia Harris-
Foster at 567-6115 or Charlie Shaw at 627-8730.

Family and Friends day
at Cornerstone Church

Cornerstone Community Outreach C.O.G.I.C., 1130
W. Franklin St., Quincy, will be celebrating their annual
Family and Friends Day on May 29 at 3 p.m. Elder Ray-
mond Wilson, pastor.

Fifth Sunday Coalition

The Fifth Sunday Coalition will meet on Friday, May
27 at 7 p.m. at Greenshade A.M.E. Church. The coalition
fellowship will also meet at Greenshade A.M.E. Church
on May 29 at 11 a.m. The speaker for this event will be
Reverend Carl Hill.

Foundation of
Faith Church Intl.

Worship with the Foundation of Faith Intl. Tuesday -
prayer and deliverance beginning at 6:30 p.m.; Wednes-
day Bible study at 7 p.m.; Sunday service at 10 a.m.
For more information call 575-5400.

Praise, Power, and
Prosperity conference

The Greater Open Door Church will host a Praise,
Power, .and Prosperity Conference June 2-4. The theme
of the conference is "Reaching the Whole Man". The
schedule of events for the conference is: June 2 Praise
and worship lecture with Derek Thomas, Cynthia Lee,
and Geradine Harris from 6:45-7:30 p.m., and a
praise/worship jam at 7:30.
June 3 Women's workshop with Evangelist Isabella
Dubose and Evangelist Darlene Frost from 10:30-11
a.m., Youth time with Minister Damario Belford from
11:15-11:50., Men's Hour with Pastor Delwynn G.
Williams of Panama City beginning at 12 noon, Family
focus evangelism with Reverend Charlie Fryson from 6-
6:50 p.m., Ladies night with Missy Jennifer Pollock, Pas-
tor Leterva Stallworth, and Pastor Rosalyn Copeland.
June 4 Prayer breakfast/Debt free workshop with Dr.
Matthew Carter of Simon Scott Senior Citizen Complex
from 9:15-11 a.m., Marriage/Singles workshop with Pas-
tor Marilyn Barnes from 11-12noon, conference concert
featuring local choirs/G.O.D.C. beginning at 7 p.m.

Greater Harvest
Ministries, Inc.

Services hosted by Greater Harvest Ministries
include: Monday-Friday radio ministry (WWSD 1230


am); Tuesday TNT worship service, 7 p.m.; Wednesday
- Noon day prayer, 12 noon; Saturday Intercessory
prayer, 9 a.m., Music ministry (male chorus), 10:30 a.m.,
Men of purpose (men's fellowship), 12 noon; Sunday -
Church in training, 9 a.m., Morning glory service, 10
a.m.
May 26 Last night of Spring revival at 7 p.m. May
29 GHM at Peace M.B. Church, Gretna. Alvin Bush,
pastor.,
Month of June GHM presents Boost Church in
Training Month.

Church mothers"
appreciation d ay

Greater Open Door Church cordially invites the pub-
lic to the church mothers' appreciation Day. The pro-
gram entitled "Who can find a virtuous woman?" Will
honor our church mothers for their hard work and dedi-
cation in'service to our lord Jesus Christ. The honorees
are Mother Marva Ann Alls and Mother Ella Mae
Brown.
The grand speaker will be Senior Mother Dollie Alls.
"B.B. Queen."

Holy Community revival

On May 25-27, Apostle Isreal Jones of Conyers, GA,
will be at Holy Community Church during a three night
revival beginning at 7:30 p.m., nightly. Also, on June 21-
23, Apostle Ingram of St. Petersburg will be featured in
a three night revival. For more information contact 385-
1099 or 459-9239.

Services at II Corinthians

Wroship service every Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m. Praise and worship at 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. Morning Glory Saturday at 9 a.m.
May 27: The power of praise, pastor Dorothy Harris at
II Corinthians 7:30 p.m.
June 9: Greater St. Andrews and Greater Open Door
pastor Jarvis Alls at II Corinthians 7:30 p.m.
Church anniversary June 13-17, 7:30 p.m. nightly.
13th-Victory, pastor Dennis Dubose; June 14-Greater
Harvest Ministries, pastor Gerald Thomas; June 15-
Greater Bethel MB Church, pastor Clarence Jackson;
June 16-Highly Favored, pastor Dr. Janet Clary; June
17-True Light Ministry, pastor Kennerly.
For more information contact Patsy Henry at 875-4497
Mon-Fri 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Mt. Zion workshop

Wednesday at 7 p.m. all members and friends are
asked to bring their children to a workshop conducted by
Sheriff Morris Young. Tips on how to have a happy and
safe surmner vacation will be discussed.
Male Chorus rehearsal-Thursday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 7:30 a.m. everyone is asked to meet at the
church: it's Clean-Up time, breakfast will be served.
Church school Sunday morning 9:30 a.m. Sunday at 11
a.m. the Twelve Tribes of Israel program will be pre-
sented. All members are asked to honor their commit-
ment.
Intercessary prayer each Monday and Tuesday at 12
noon.
The Clothes Closet and Food Pantry is available for
those needing this service. Please call 627-8442 for
assistance.
Let's remember those who gave their lives for Freedom
by honoring them on Memorial Day.

New Birth Church

Services at New Bethel are 11 a.m. first, second and
third Sundays; 10 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday; 7
p.mm Bible teaching and prayer meeting Wednesday
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Obifturies

Johnnie Austin

Johnnie Will Dixon Austin, 57, of Quincy, died on Saturday, May 21,
2005, in Tallahassee. A native of Gadsden County, she was a member of
Glory Tabernacle Church of God.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at Glory Tabernacle
Church of God in Gretna with burial at Sunnyvale Cemetery in Quincy. Vis-
itation is from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday at Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of
arrangements.
She is survived by her husband, Alfonso Austin, Jr of Quincy; four sons,
Ronnie Dixon, Eddie Smith III, and Johnny Smith all of Quincy, and Ken-
neth Holloway of St. Petersburg; six daughters, Patricia Marshall, Peggie
Kenon, Lenora Holmes, Marie Gunn, Diane Smith and Melissa Smith all of
Quincy; her father, Major Robert Dixon of Quincy; her mother, Bertha
Dixon of Quincy; eight brothers, Major Dixon, Willie Dixon, Tony Dixon,
Curtis Dixon, Richard Dixon, Eric Dixon and Daniel Dixon all of Quincy,
and Henry Dixon of Tampa; five sisters, Lillie Salter, Sandra Vickers,
Katherine Dixon, Martha Dixon and Bertha Daniels all of Quincy; 27 grand-
children and 17 great-grandchildren.

Carlos Barnes

Carlos (Chief) Barnes, 33 of Quincy, died on
Thursday, May 19, 2005, in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. He was a native of Gadsden County.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May
28 at St. John AME Church in Quincy with burial at
St. John AME Church cemetery. Visitation is from 3
to 8 p.m. Friday at Bradwell Mortuary, who has
charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his mother, Josephine Barnes of
Quincy; his father, Arthur Barnes, Jr of Quincy; and two brothers, Anthony
Barnes and Tyrone Barnes, both of Quincy.


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A week of singing, praying, prais-
ing and spiritual uplifting is planned
at Mt. Pilgrim PB Church in Quincy.
Praise and prayer service May 23
and 24. Delwynn G. Williams, pas-
tor of St. John MB Church in
Panama City is guest speaker May
25-27, 7 p.m. nightly. Elder Mark
Wilkerson, Sr, pastor/teacher.

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Independent
Pallbearers
program

The Second Elizabeth M.B.
Church will host it's annual Pall-
bearers Program at SEMBC on-Sun-
day, Ma:, ,30 at 11 a.m. The speaker
for this occasion is 'Re'.erend
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Second Elizabeth M.B. Church
will hold bible study on Wednesday,
June 1 at 6 p.m. Church enrichment
will be held on Thursday, June 2.

Soteria Christian
Academy grand
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Foundation of Faith Church Intl.
announces the grand opening of
Soteria Christian Academy, 1915
Dale Street, open house, Thursday
June 2 at 6:30 p.m. For more infor-
mation call 575-5400.


Spring revival

St. Mary M.B. Church, Hosford
Hwy, Quincy, will begin Spring
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through Friday, June 3.

Family and
Friend Day

Tabernacle of Praise Deliverance
Church Ministry, Inc, will host Fam-
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May 29 at 114 N. Madison St.


Shirley Daniels

Shirley Barineau Daniels, 65, of Havana, died on Sunday, May 22, 2005, in
Tallahassee. She was a longtime resident of Havana and was a member of First
Baptist Church of Havana. She retired from loan operations at Capital City
Bank, formerly Havana State Bank, after 36 years. She was involved in and
supported the March of Dimes and Relay for Life.
Funeral services were Wednesday at First Baptist Church of Havana with bur-
ial at Woodland Cemetery. Bevis Funeral Home of Quincy had charge of the
arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to March of Dimes Birth
Defects, Northwest Florida Chapter, 3375 Capital Circle NE, Tallahassee, FL
32308.
Surviving are her husband, Don Daniels, a son, Steve (Sandra) Barineau of
Havana; two daughters, Lynn (Jeff) Garver of Jasper, and Kathi (Stuart) Griner
of Calvary, GA; a brother, Dan Kelley of Tallahassee; two sisters, Lois Kelley
of Woodville and Mary Lou Schwall of Tallahassee; and six grandchildren.

Anna Ferguson

Anna Martha Miller Ferguson, 79, of Quincy, died on Sunday, May 22,
2005, at the Magnolia House in Quincy. A native of Madison, she was a
retired bookkeeper and member of First Presbyterian Church.
Funeral services were Tuesday, May 24 at Old Philadelphia Presbyterian
Church with burial in Old Philadelphia Cemetery. Charles McClellan
Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by a son, William A. (Nancy) Ferguson of Tallahassee; two
daughters, Carol (John) Robinson of Orlando, and Ann (Ronnie) McLane of
Ocala; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Willie Ferguson.


has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by two sons, Jim (Tish) Peacock of Quincy, and Jerry (Betty)
Peacock of Baker City, OR; a brother, Jim Waddell of Portland, OR; a sister,
Cheryl Lampton of Texas; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Elizabeth Scoggins

Elizabeth Joiner Scoggins, 79, of Plantation, died on Tuesday, May 17,
2005. She married Lester "Toby" Scoggins, who preceded her in death. She-
retired from the state of Florida in 1992 after 27 years in the health-services
area.
Graveside services were held Saturday, May 21 at Vickers Cemetery in Tal-
lahassee. Bevis Funeral Home of Tallahassee had charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to Vickers Cemetery Association,
1806 Sunset Lane, Tallahassee, FL 32308, or Plantation United Methodist
Church, 1001 NW 70th Ave., Plantation, FL 33313.
She is survived by a son, Ronald (Kathy) Scoggins of St. Petersburg; a
daughter, Nancy (B.G.) Thompson of Davie; two sisters, Joyce Bell and
Jeanette Singletary of Tallahassee; a sister-in-law, Eunice Joiner of Tallahas-
see; and two grandchildren.
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you ask in my name I will do it. So there is a problem somewhere. Is it on our side or God's
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Playin 'safe



Pilot Club of Quincy member Keran
Fishburne (right) adjusts the bicycle
helmet for one of about 50 kids who
attended the Bicycle rodeo Saturday at
New Philadelphia presbyterian
Church. Others (below) walk the obsta-
cle course before they rode bicycles.
Photos by Alice DuPont


Officer


Continued from Page 1

armed drug offender.
The Havana Police Department administrators said
that Floyd strives to be an example for fellow officers
with a positive attitude and quality work performance.
"He is self-motivated and demonstrates a genuine com-
mitment to his profession, the community and our coun-
try," wrote his superior officer.
FWC Officer Newlin was honored for his outstanding
service. He is credited with checking over 5,000 people
engaged in outdoor activities and issuing over 120
arrests and warnings. He participated in several search
and rescue missions including one that involved a U.S.
Air Force Colonel who ejected from his F-15 over the
Gulf of Mexico.
"His diligent search resulted in the rescue of the pilot
five miles offshore," his nomination stated.
Quincy Police Departrient's Mike Graham was nom-
inated for the honor based on his work as a K-9 handler
and his involvement with confiscation of illegal drugs,
issuing traffic citations and warnings, and recovery of
stolen property.
He also participates in crime prevention and commu-
nity relations by conducting demonstrations at local
schools and at public events.
Deputy Kenny Lewis earned top honors from the
GCSO because of his willingness to assist other officers,
accuracy in reports and timely reporting. He is credited
with rescuing a family of 10 who was stranded after a
heavy rain.
"To be in the company of such professionals is really
an honor for me," Floyd said.
The luncheon speaker was State Attorney Willie
Meggs who said that crime in north Florida is the low-
est it's been in 33 years. The decrease can be attributed
to several things, including convicted criminals who are
now staying in jail at least 85 percent of their sentences.
Gains in DNA testing have put even more criminals
behind bars, too. Meggs said that when he first started in
law enforcement, fingerprints were only "prints" unless


you had something to compare them with. Now, each
person who enters the justice system is logged into the
system with DNA and fingerprints.
He recalled a woman who was brought to Tallahassee
where she was raped, beaten and left for dead. The
woman, he said, could not recall anything about her
attacker. The man had never been to Tallahassee except
to commit the crime and moved on. However, because
of scientific break through, a partial fingerprint was able
to link the man to the woman.
"Twenty years after the crime, he was tried and con-
victed. He'll never be out of jail again," Meggs said.
* He urged the audience of more than 100 members of
several civic organizations to support law enforcement.
"When we're with our families, they're out in the
street," he said.


Cemetery

Continued from Page 1
where WGHS is to be constructed.
All of the board members were caught off guard with
Hawkins announcement. Issac Simmons, who has been
on the board since before the land acquisition and who
represents that district, told Hawkins he had not
received any information to "validate" the claims.
"Nobody has ever said there were graves on that prop-
erty," he said.
"It (information on the cemetery) has been presented
to the county and that's why no permits have been
issued, and it has been presented to the state. Our thing
is to preserve our history," Hawkins said.
He added that he discussed the matter with Sheriff
Morris Young and this weekend they planned to go out
and flag the property to show exactly where the grave
sites are located.
"Everybody has received something but us. All I is
want is to see what everyone else has seen," said Char-
lie Frost, referring to the documents Hawkins said he
has already shared with County Manager Marlon
Brown and State of Florida officials.
Community meetings were held in Greensboro to dis-
cuss all of the sites that were under consideration for
the new school. Superintendent Reginald James said


Sweet


Continued from Page 1

was a good person. He worked hard to care
for his family. That was all he had on his
mind, taking care of his family," Charlie
Sweet said.
Curtis, who was 32 years old when he was
killed, left a wife and three children behind.
Minutes after the murder, evidence was
sketchy and witnesses weren't talking. When
the breaker switch was pulled from the out-
side, no one saw anyone. When the lights
came back on, no one saw anyone either.
"I'm not buying that," Turner said, adding,
"all we really knew that night is that Sweet
died from multi Turner said he will do what
he has done with other cold cases he's work-
ing. He will again interview people who were
in the club. He will retrace Sweet's steps to
find out if he had made some new enemies
who would have had it in for him that night.


Murder


Continued from Page 1

Sanders not to talk with his daughter everyday. It was
out of character for him not to show up for work. It was
out of character for him not to go to his mother's house
for supper every day after work.
Sanders' stepfather, Charlie James Lee, said he his
wife last saw Jerry when he came by after church Sun-
day. "He had asked me to put an alternator on his truck.
When he didn't come by (Monday afternoon) me and
my wife came out here (to the double-wide trailer where
Sanders lives in Douglas City). I blew and blew the
horn," Lee said.
"I got out and knocked on the door and he didn't
answer. I didn't know my child was dead. I just buried
my other son, Curtis, last ninthh" said Elease James,
Sanders' mother. Another son is a long distance semi-
tractor truck driver. Struggling to hold her emotions in
check, she asked a deputy to find him and break the
news. "I just can't be the one to tell him," she said..
Robert Presnell, Sanders' supervisor, said some of the
men at the Road and Bridge Department were worried
enough about Sanders to come by his home. The house
was locked up, Sanders' pickup truck and car were both-
in the yard. Knocks on the door and yells went unan-
swered.
When deputies arrived late Tuesday morning they too
were met with silence. Finally they were given permis-
sion to go in the home, but couldn't locate S.i ideil
Deputies then searched around the house, nearby fields
and finally a red mid-sized vehicle in Sanders' yard. He
was found in the trunk.
SPeople who live in the trailer park wondered who
could have done such a thing.
Sheriff Morris Young was a classmate of Sanders and
said the last time he saw him was at the recent Quin-
cyfest event downtown.'"He told me he needed to talk
to me," Young said, "I think he came to the office but I
wasn't there...I never got the chance to find out what he
wanted," Young said.
"He was a good guy. He wouldn't harm a flea," Pres-
nell said.
Anyone with information on Sanders' death is asked
to call the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office at 850-627-
9233.



Bridge


Continued from Page 1

balanced budget and items such as the damaged bridge
were not allowed for in the 2004-2005 budget. In order
for the money to be spent, money not only needs to be
in the city's coffers, but will need to be moved from
other budgeted items to repair the bridge.
That was not enough for Taylor, she wanted to find
the money for the entire project.
City manager Willie Earl Banks told Taylor that he had
not been able to locate the needed funding for the proj-
ect. He added that he was not sure that there would be
any money left over from another project on South
Shelfer Street which is slated to start soon to restruc-
ture the street to be used on the Stewart Street
dilemma.
The Shelfer Street project in commissioner Keith


many issues surfaced from people in the area but no
one brought up cemeteries. Hawkins said he didn't
know anything about it either until about a month ago.
"I got about 31 phone calls from people saying their
relatives were buried over there."
James and members of the board assured Hawkins
that if the documentation proves cemeteries are on the
site they would do everything possible to respect the
deceased and their descendants.
"We'd be willing to relocate the graves and erect a
monument so that the history will be preserved for the
children." James said.
But he only heard about the cemeteries, he said, when
Hawkins walked into his office last week. James has
some concerns about Hawkins' revelation since the
school is scheduled for completion by next fall and
already it will be cutting it close to open in time for the
new school year.
School Attorney, Deborah Minnis, said no legal doc-
umentation has reached her office either. "We had no
knowledge of this before tonight. Apparently, this just
came up. We (school officials) went out and looked at
the site and it (cemeteries) never came up," she said,
Whether or not the NAACP can stop construction is
a question that will be answered in the future, by the
State of Florida. "A lot of times it depends on the his-
toric value," Minnis surmised.


But Dut's Place is gone. All that is left is an
empty shell of what was one a jumping joint
with a small dance floor that packed in
patrons looking for a good time several nights
a week.
At the time of his murder, Sweet's family
offered a small reward. There were no takers.
Turner is hoping that more money will entice
someone to remember something now that
they couldn't remember in 1996.
"This is one of those cases where we have
so few clues. We will have to rely on people
who were there on the night the crime
occurred and hope that over the years some-
thing would have tugged at a conscious
enough for them to want to cooperate with
law enforcement," Turner said.
"Whoever did this didn't have to kill my
brother. He wouldn't bother anyone," Judy
said.
If you have information on this case, call
Turner at the Gadsden County Sheriff's
Department at 850-627-9233.


Photo by Byron Spires

$20,000 for Scouts

Daniel McMillan speaks at this year's Suwannee
River Area Council Guardian dinner held at the Lit-
tle River Lodge Monday. The money raised will be
used for local Scouting events and to support Wall-
wood Boy Scout Reservation in southern Gadsden
County.


Dowdell's district had been approved in April and the
money was to be taken from the approximately
$250,000 left over from the city's $7.6 million bond
issue to pave roads in the city.
Taylor asked about the funding from the Shelfer Street
project. Her comment got a quick "no" response from
Dowdell who has lobbied for the past several years to
fix the ditch and street at the south end of Shelfer Street.
Taylor requested a special called city commissioner
meeting Thursday at 4:30 to deal with the Stewart Street
bridge money problems and to review several other
budget issues as well. The commissioners approved the
special called meeting.
In other business the commissioners:
Heard a recap of the Quincyfest 2005 Presents Blues
and Barbecue by building and planning director, Arleen
Houston. The festival was very successful and the prof-
its were estimated at $3,000. She said the Quincyfest
committee requested the money be placed in a reserve
account and used for next year's event which has been
planned for Saturday May 6, 2006. The commissioners
approved the request.
Recognized Quincy's police officer of the year, Mike
Graham.
Approved two contractors for the CDBG housing
grant, Bryan Scruggs Construction and L and T Build-
ing, LLC.
Denied a request by Redeemed Inc. for a waiver of
the $250 application fee for a special use permit.
Redeemed Inc. plans to operate a transitional group
home at 319 South Tenth Street for six to eight women
who have been recently released from incarceration.
Heard a request from Cintron Tyrone Crankfield for
financial help traveling to a language school in Japan.
Crankfield, an FSU junior, plans to become a translator
of Japanese, Chinese and Korean. He said the trip and
study would cost $1600. Commissioner Keith Dowdell
and Mayor Sherrie Taylor gave Crankfield $250 each.
Banks told commissioners that All-Tech Southeast
had requested to meet with the commission at next
month's meeting. All-Tech Southeast and the City of
Quincy are currently under the gun about a CDBG grant
used to build the city's first phase of the Quincy Busi-
ness park on Joe Adams Road. There are several legal
questions concerning All-Tech and the city that need to
be corrected concerning the grant, including the expo-
sure of the city to repay a portion to the grantor, The
Florida Department of Community Affairs.


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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.


Amari Destiny-Dior Wright cel-
ebrated her first birthday on Mon-
day, May 23. Amari is the daughter
of Dexter Wright and Shannon
Jones. Her maternal grandparents
are Cadari and Cathy Jones. Her
paternal grandparents are King
David and Mary Wright:
Amari's birthday party was held
on Saturday, May 21.


Jones, Donald wed April 16
Dr. Aleicia Jones of Jacksonville and Dr. Chancellor Donald of Gretna
announce their marriage on Saturday, April 16; in Jacksonville.
Dr. Jones is the daughter of Dr. Jerome and Carla Jones of Barbados. She
is a 2005 graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine. She also
matched at the Tulane University Anesthesiology program.
Dr. Donald is the son of Dewitt Donald and Nettie Donald-Williams of
Gretna. He is currently a resident at Tulane University and will serve next
year as Chief Resident of Tulane's Internal Medicine program. He has also
been accepted to the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship program at Tulane.
The couple will reside in New Orleans, LA.


Harrison-Braynen to wed Tribue Daniel is one


Gregory Braynen announces the
engagement of his mother, Pamela
Harrison-Braynen, to Marvin Tribue.
The bride-elect is a graduate of James
A. Shanks High School and :.
employed.. '..nh First Amiericar
Exchange of Tallahassee. Hefrparen z
are the late Clarence and Verdell Hai -
rison.
The groom is a graduate of Ft. Wal-
ton Beach -High School and -;
employed with the City of Quincy. L?
parents are Marsby and Essie Tribue
The wedding is planned for 5 p.nm
Saturday, June 4,. at St. Paul P.B
Church in Gretna. A reception will fol -
low at the Washington Lodge iin
Quincy. Family and friends are
invited.

Parker, Johnson
Randy and Peggy Parker of
Greensboro announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Melanie to
Carlis Johnson, son of David and
Marie Horton, and Ray Johnson of
Chattahoochee.
The bride-elect is a native of
Greensboro and a 2003 graduate of
Greensboro High School. She 'is
employed as a receptionist for Hig-
don Furniture Company in Quincy.
The groom is a native of Chatta-
hoochee and a 2000 graduate of
Sneads High School. He is
employed as a service technician for
Locke's Heating and Air in Talla-
hassee.
The wedding is planned for 3 p.m.
June 18 at Bethel Assembly of God
Church in Greensboro. A reception


Daniel Defofest Tomlin celebrated
his first birthday May 24. He is the
son of Austin and Beth Tomlin of
Greenacre's.

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Zachari Robinson, the son of Clif-
ford and Shaun Robinson, cele-
brated his first birthday May 17. He
is the maternal grandson of Annie
and Attaway Holloman, and
Langston and Betty Shaw. Paternal
grandparents are Travis and Delores
Robinson, and Martha and Jerome
Smith. Zac's godparents are Mama
Juanita Alls, Margaret Bronson,
Carlton and Desmona McWhite,
Michelle Moore, Mary Davis,
LaKaye Stevens and lyran Francis.
His party will be held on Monday,
May 30 at 4 p.m. at the home of
Annie and Attaway Holloman.

George
graduates

Minister Sterling George partici-
pated in graduation exercises Sun-
day, May 22 at Smith Chapel Bible
College. Commencement took
place at Heritage Hall, R.A. Gray
Building in Tallahassee. George
graduated Cum Laude with. an
Associate of Theological Studies
degree. He is the husband of
Marva George.

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seafood party for Sis. Deneicia Dubose at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at the home
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Willie M. Cox of Quincy. Martina is
employed by Medical Center Phar-
macy as a Pharmacy Technician.
Anthony is the grandson of
Madelle Hood of Quincy, the late
Fred Hood, Jeanette Sirmons of
Havana and the late Larry Sirmons.
He is employed by Florida Georgia
Turf as a Farm Manager.
A November 12 wedding is
planned.


Annie L. Alls-Holloman


Love your grandchildren,
L Miss T, Dontreal,
Antwan, Jr., Zac,
D.J. & Kailer


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NOW .A lS AVAILABLE

ORGANIC PRODUCTS DIVISION
Now with a Full Line of Mushroom Compost-Based Soil Products
Delivered in 8 and 16 Cubic Yard Loads
Finished Compost premium grade, stable compost
Topsoil Plus safe, all-purpose mix
Topsoil Lite Lighter version of Top Soil Plus
Lawn Mix Top-dress your lawns
Plant Mix Basic Potting Soil
190 Mannie Gunn Road Quincy, FL 32351 Phone 850/875-1600
www.quincycompost.com



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Happy 1st Zac's first
birthday Amari birthday


The families of Robin Elana Douglas and
Octavius Romone Jackson invite you to
share in their joy, as their children unite in
marriage. The wedding celebration will be
held on Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 4 o'clock
at New Bethel AME Church.





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Tallahassee.Community College

Congratulates Gadsden County Graduates in the
Take Stock in Children Program and

College Reach-Out Program (CROP)
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These students have received 2-year & 2+2 year scholarships from
TCC CROP to attend Tallahassee Community College.
We welcome you to our campus and wish you continued success!


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Suzana Maldonado
Flurid., Nigh Schwio


Wend Maldonado


If you would like more information on how to get involved, call (850) 201-8314.
Thanks to the many individual donors thathelped make this event possible with a special thanks to Gretna Presbyterian Church.

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If you would like to share news
about your school's activities you
may submit news and photos to
gctimes@comcast.net. School
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.


Grandparents' Day
Celebrated at Munroe


Glover receives Shiloh scholarship

The Shiloh Community is proud to present its first academic scholarship
to Chelsey Glover, a graduate of East Gadsden High School. She is the
daughter of Henry and Mattie Glover, and a member of New Zion AME
Qiurch. She plans to continue her education at Florida State University.
JPresenting the scholarship are Pastor Jerome Pendleton, founder of the
Shiloh Community Scholarship Fund, and Louise Wynn, interim president
Shiloh Community Action Group.

Kim Presnell receives BS Degree
Kim Presnell graduated from
University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa)
with a Bachelor of Science degree in
Administrative Sciences with a
depth study in Public Administration
on May 7, 2005. Kim is employed
l -.* * MI as the Director of Utility and Public
S I Works with the City of Chatta-
1i "i hoochee. She is the daughter of
i "-" l '* | I Della and CL Fordham, Tallahassee,
l FL., granddaughter of Marcus and
i Leona McAlpin, Chattahoochee,
N FL, and the mother of Bobby Pres-
nell, Chattahoochee, FL. Kim
would like to thank her family,
friends and co-workers for their con-
tinuous support and encouragement
S- while she worked towards the com-
g;'* .-. ^-I'^.. B l pletion of her degree requirements.


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The Anchor accepted the "Adopt a Highway" challenge as one of their proj-
ects for the year. Mrs. Maxwell and members Meagan Morgan and Malo-
rie McKinnon work to bag trash near the school.


Miss Betty's fourth grade weaves the colorful May Pole streamers to
openthe May Day program for Grandparents' Day at Robert F. Munroe Day
School.


After weeks of practice, the stu-
dents at Robert F. Munroe Day
School began last week with a
"clean up for company" sweep of
the grounds in anticipation of the
Parents' night performance and
Grandparents' Day on Wednesday
for May Day. Each class took an
area of the campus, and the Key
and Anchor clubs policed "the
strip."
The program included songs by
each elementary class and the tradi-
tional May Pole dance by the
fourth grade. The theme of this
May Day was a "Hootenanny and
Sing Along." The accompanist for
the program was Mrs. Glenda
Beach, grandmother of Hannah,
Anna, and Chuck Beach. Sound
was run by ninth graders, Jason
Cook and Ben Young.


The show opened with the Class
of 2018 singing and ended with
fifth grade songs on Tuesday
evening. The Wednesday perform-
ance changed in honor of Mrs. Car-
olyn May. The change included
songs by the middle and upper
school students. The Anchor also
reprised "Anything You Can Do, I
Can Do Better," their State winning
lip sync, with Anchor Dreamboat
Jay Revell Mr. Ric Edmiston,
music teacher, began teaching at
Munroe in January of this
year. He earned his B.A. in Music
from the University of Maine. He
directed a high school jazz band in
Maine before moving to Florida.
Mr.
Edmiston also works as a guitarist
and performer in the area and has
released two C.D.s.


The Key Club members walked the strip, Highway 379, on Tuesday to help
Anchor clean for the second time during the school year.


Tallavana Middle and High School Students of the Week

t, Tallavana Christian School Middle and High School students of the week for the week of May 5 were:Phillip
BiBadwell, Sarah Smith, Abbie Johnson, Jasmin Williams, Latoya Akins and not pictured Marianna Garcia


R.F.M.
Sophomores
Chose Rings
Jostens representative, Phil
Brown, took orders for class rings.
Several styles were available.


Times Printing
15 S. Madison St.
627-7649


TCLI summer
school

Summer school will begin at TCLI
Ion June 6. Classes will begin at 8
a.m. and end at noon Monday
through Thursday. All students are
welcome.
For more information call 627-
8150.


GwenAndrews
Home of
Success, Inc.

SUMMER
TUTORIAL
PROGRAM
Accepting Applications

627-0293
or
443-5712


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21st Century Gadsden Recreational,

Arts & Technology Summer Program

June 13, 2005 July 8, 2005
Monday Friday

Times of Operation
8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.

Summer Enrichment Sites:
East Gadsden High (Grades 9th 12th)
West Gadsden High (Grades 3rd 12th)
Havana Middle (Grades 3rd 12th)
Shanks Middle (Grades 3rd 8th) Location Carter-Parramore Academy
Chattahoochee Elementary (Grades 3rd 6th)


Academics Recreation Arts Techology/ Free Trips
Business
Island of
Math Football Music Computer Lab Adventures
(Orlando)
Reading Basketball Dance Workshop BuschGardens
(Tampa)
FCAT Explorer Softball Music Training Robotics WildAdventures
(Valdosta, GA)
Research Project Board Games Music Web questUniversal Studios
Appreciation (Orlando)
Aerobics Judo PPT Water Mania
(Orlando)
Wellness Startin a Business Ship Wreck Island
Wellness Starting a Business
(Panama City)
Hands on Art Create Newsletter Jacksonville ZOO
(Jacksonville)
Speed cup
Swimming

Open enrollment for all students who scored Level 1 or 2 on the FCAT Math or Reading
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE

For more information please contact the Site Coordinators
West Gadsden Mr. Cedric Chandler 850-442-6327
Shanks Middle Ms. Carla Galvin 850-875-8737
Havana Middle Mr. Marshall Williams 850-539-2822
East Gadsden High Mrs. Michelle Taylor 850-539-2882
Chattahoochee Elem. Mrs. Tylisa Chapman-Thomas 850-663-4373


Be the DIFERENCE. olunteer
850-488-7612


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Gadsden County Times May 26, 2005 13


From the Director
David Gardner

During the month 4 ,laa. Vour Chanmbel r of Colmmerile c ntinues to be tihe
"point ot contact" bor Gadslden Couity. Ovcr the last te' months ie l have
received an ll'ere pe/ r month oir l300 ilnqircs a bout our commIunit',. lie
believe in our conuininir as a ,'reat place to live. visit and do business.

lany times I have be-en asked Illuht does tilh Chamber do?" and to answer
this question you mustflirst knoi .l'ho the Chamber is. It is a diverse
partnership ofo pt'essionals train Ccross the Counts' dedicated to bettering the
couImiuniti by iprovl'ing both the health of our economy and the qualinr of
life in our Counrv. lie arc thl information center for Gadsden Counry.

The Chamber participates in Economic devehlopment- creating newi jobs.
providing service and information to menber'bc, and rlcruiting new busing vsesS
and industries. \which creates ne\ jiobs:. Coutoymmtn h'deedopment-~ planning.,
for g_ o'il1, rel'itliCing o'il/lt itol: HIl lltn: Human Rtsourc's- COinldct tconom/ic
edlucatioll ald t/railing programs, develop min/orirv business ses.

\'e encourarq 'c vours ia t ii :c to get involve d in your lc Oml//illliti': volunllte'le
or mentor' a child.


Chamber adds Gia Howell to staff


We are pleased to announce the
addition of Gia Howell, as the
Chamber's new Vice President of
Membership. Gia will be'
responsible for procuring new
members and working with our
current members to make sure
member information is up to date.
In addition she will be assisting
visitors and callers with any
information they may need
concerning Gadsden County and
the opportunities we offer. Her
other duties will include assisting
with ribbon cuttings and open
houses sponsored by the Chamber.
Our office hours are 8 A.M. 9
P.M. Monday thru Friday and we
would like to invite you to come
by our office at 208 North Adams
Street to meet Gia and learn more
about your Gadsden County
Chamber of Commerce.


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Meet your Chamber

Board member

Each month we will be introducing you to
our board of directors.
Meet James Hinson, a resident and council
member of the City of Midway. Hinson is a
District Sales manager for AIG Insurance.


Gadsden County's Coming Events:
*Sat-Sun, June 4-5 the Sixth Annual Chattahoochee Challenge Boat Race


Alan Gentry left, of T-Formation explains the different types of shirts produced by the company to Gadsden
County Commissioner Eugene Lamb, center and Midway Mayor Delores Madison right.


T-Formation up and running in


Midway's 10-90 Commercial Park

T-Formation, a nationally recognized screen-printing and t-shirt company, has relocated its production
facility to Midway, Fla. bringing with it 92 jobs and a new 42,000 square foot building.
T-Formation has experienced tremendous growth in recent years and had outgrown its
current Tallahassee facility. The choice to move to the 10/90 Industrial Park in Midway was made extiemely
attractive due to lower lands costs, ease of permitting and the ability to operate within an Enterprise one,
which offers the company numerous advantages, including special tax credits and employee traininiing'
"Gadsden County is truly excited to have a great business like T-Formation locating here.
They are truly a local success story and one of the best kept secrets in the region with regard to
manufacturing," said David Gardner, Executive Director of Gadsden County Chamber of
Commerce.
T-Formation was originally founded in Tallahassee, Fla. in 1985, with a total 5 of employees.
Today, the company employs 92 associates and operates 24 hours a day, 6 days per week.
Alan Gentry, President of T-Formation said, "We produced over 5 million shirts in 2004 in
very cramped quarters at our previous facility. Since we opened the facility in January 2005, we have seen
our production numbers rise dramatically and with great efficiency,"
In addition to being one of Florida's largest textile screen printers, the company is adding
an embroidery operation to provide its clients I iith a broader array of products and services prior to the end
of the second quarter in 2005.
T-Formation Facts.
* FOUNDED IN 1985 WITH 5 EMPLOYEES INA 1,500 SQUARE FOOT FACILITY ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST
TEXTILE SCREEN PRINTERS BEGAN PRODUCTION IN OUR PRESENT 42,000 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING IN
JANUARY 2005 OPERATES 24 HOURS A DAY, 6 DAYS A WEEK EMPLOYS 92 ASSOCIATES ONE OF THE
LARGEST SHIPPERS IN THE GREATER TALLAHASSEE AREA TOP 5 LARGEST HANES CUSTOMER IN
SOUTHEAST SCREEN PRINTED 5 MILLION SHIRTS IN 2004 NATIONAL VENDOR FOR MARCH OF ljIMES,
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETYAND LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
* MAJORITY OF BUSINESS IS FOR FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES TOP 5% oF TEXTILE SCREEN PRINTERS IN THE
UNITED STATES FACT SHEET

What does your Chamber do for you?
Your Chamber is here to enhance and manage the quality of life
in Gadsden County. It promotes business in Gadsden Count
and looks to bring in new businesses and employment
opportunities for the citizens of the county.

What are the objectives of your Chamber?
As it works to improve your community's economy and quality
of life, your Chamber keeps these broad objectives in mind:
To help business prosper and grow

To increase job opportunities

Encourage an orderly expansion and development of I1
segments of the community


*Contribute to the overall economic stability of the community


Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce

208 N. Adams St. Quincy, FL 32351 850-627-9231

e-mail: gadsdencc@tds.net


Low Prices Every Day

Quincy Store Located on

Pat Thomas Parkway


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School News


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tHavana Middle held fifth grade orientation
Havana Middle School's fifth grade orientation was a success as the fifth graders were welcomed into the Bears'
"den Sherelle Robinson, mistress of ceremony, led the auditorium in a rousing rendition of the HMS's school song.
he welcome was given by Dr. Verna Norris, followed by a school safety and sixth grade curriculum briefing by
Lillie Stokes. The HMS band performed two delightful selections. Linda Jones gave a briefing on How to Succeed
in Middle School. The closing remarks were given by Ida Mae Lockett, guidance counselor, after which the stu-
lents were treated to a grand tour of the facility. Immediately following the tour Mrs. P. Range served the young-
ster treats.


3ore pesticide training will be offered by Extension Service
f The Gadsden County Extension 4.0 CEUs. If you attend both mor- to individuals and groups that func-
'Se,, ice will offer a Core Pesticide .ing and afternoon training you will tion without regard to race, color,
,Trlining on Friday, June 3, at the receive 7.5 CEU Core credits. The sex, handicap or national origin. Per-
W~tlliam Inman Agricultural Center exam for a Core license will be given sons with disabilities who require
4n Quincy. The training will begin at at 4:30 p.m. special accommodations and other
8:45 a.m. This is a preparatory train- To register please call Gadsden program information in alternative
ing for a State of Florida pesticide County Extension Service at 850- formats are asked to contact the
license and also available for Core 875-7255. Gadsden County Extension Service
CEU credits. The Gadsden County Coopera- in Quncy at least five working days
V Morning training from 8:45 a.m. tive Extension Service provides prior to the program. If you are hear-
to l2:10 p.m. 3.5 CEUs. Afternoon research and educational informa- ing impaired, please contact the Uni-
traning from 12:55 to 4:30 p.m. tion and other services and activities versity of Florida at 352-846-1046.

3d annual
arm Field Day USDA
rie othaten Sml


, The Southeastern Small
Karmer's Network will host its third
annuall Tri-state Farm Field Day on
'June 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST,
pt the Johnny Dumas farm in Slo-
Comb. AL. The farm islbocated at:
1s,510 Sonny Mixon Rd, 11 miles
.c,'uili of Dothan.
Activities include information on
goat and vegetable production,
developing an effective record
keeping system, establishing a
cooperative for livestock producers,
abbit management and much more.
here will also be entertainment for
the children and raffle tickets will
,be available.
I Registration (pay on site) for this
field day is $6, which includes a
~eal. For more information contact
irma Tillman at 386-303-1361 or
,Igel Jla kes at 850-875-8557. This
fAd da\ is sponsored by Heifer
I~fernatronal and Florida A&M
university.

Library summer
programs
Kids and families are encour-
ged to experience STAR LAB, a
portable planetarium, on Monday,
June 6 at 7 p.m. in the program
oom of the Gadsden County Public
library .
SComedy, juggling and mime duo
)r.Tom and Son will be performing
ft the library on June 10 at 10:30
.ri. in the program room. Both pro-
grams are free and everyone is
.inited. For more information call
P27-7106.

Annual
daylily show
The Tallahassee Daylily Society
will hold its annual daylily show
uitr plant sale on Sunday, May 29,
it the Tallahassee Mall, 2415 N.
Vonroe St. Several out-of-town and
local growers will be competing,
Awith judging from 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
SThis breathtaking display will be
)pen for public viewing from 1 to 5
.m. Plant sales will start at 11 a.m.,
with over 2,000 registered daylilies.
Free educational material on
daylilies will also be available.
Come join us for an unforgettable
family experience you won't want
to miss.


TIMES
PRINTING
15 S. Madison St.
627-7649


Munroe Anchor
The new officers for next
year's Anchor Club have been
chosen and are already making
plans for the coming year's proj-
ects. Megan Rowan, daughter of
Tim and Karen Rowan of Quincy,
is the president. There are two
president- elects: Ashton Fallis,
daughter of Clay and Sandy Fallis
of Mt. Pleasant, and Sarah Pow-
ell, daughter of Ben and Kathy
Powell of Quincy, were both
named to that post. Secretary is
Mallary Taylor, daughter of Law-
son and Kelly Taylor of Attapul-
gus, and Julia Bates, daughter of
Mark and Patsy Bates of Quincy,
will serve as the treasurer. The
historian is Meagan Morgan,
daughter of Mac and Jenni Mor-
gan of Havana.


United States Department of Agriculture


names officers for 2005-2006
The board members include Greensboro and Bill Bridges of
Elizabeth Bridges, senior board Quincy. Kyndal is the daughter of
member; Kyndal McPhaul, junior Sherrie McPhaul and David
board member; Malorie McKin- McPhaul, both of Quincy. Malorie
non, sophomore board member; is the daughter of Howard and
and Chelsey Smith, freshman Elaine McKinnon of Quincy, and
board member. Elizabeth is the Chelsey is the daughter of Wade
daughter of Janet Bridges of and Dawn Williams of Quincy.


NELSON AW M DLC h
1" TTFIRt, PLC- Attorney At Law

REAL ESTATE CLOSINGS
Business Law Bankruptcy Personal Injury
(850) 224-5700
251 East Harrison Street/Suite 300 Tallahassee, FL 32301
Fax- (850) 224-7505
e-mail-ANELSON@NELSONLAW CC


The Tobacco Transition Payment


Program (also called "Tobacco Buyout").




You've heard about it.


Now be a part of it.


This is it. The Federal tobacco marketing quota systeIl is over. No more plant-
ing restrictions. No more marketing cards. No more price support loans.
Instead, the USDA's new Tobacco Transition Payment Program will provide
money to eligible tobacco quota holders and producers to help in this transi-
tion that ends the old system. But sign up now or you will not get a 2005 payment.


> Did you own a farm as of October 22, 2004, with a 2004 basic
marketing quota?

Are you an owner, operator, landlord, tenant, or sharecropper who
shared in the risk of producing tobacco anytime between 2002 and
2004?

) Do you grow Flue-cured, Burley, Fire-cured, Dark air-cured, Virginia
sun-cured, or Cigar filler/binder tobacco?


Please sign up between March 14, 2005, and June 17, 2005,
at your local USDA Service Center.

Call 1-866-887-0140 or visit http://offices.usda.gov
to find your local county Service Center.


Farm Service Agency

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer


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Gadsden county Times May 26, 2005


CLASSIFIED


- ~FORinISALE


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For Sale: Rabbits, to eat
or for pets. Call 856-9651
5/19-6/09p


5PC BEDROOM SET -
New in Boxes.
Headboard, frame, dress-
er, mirror, nightstand.
$475. 425-8374
04/14tf


Mattress Set, NEW King
Pillow Top Mattress and
Base in sealed plastic,
factory warranty, $275.
545-7112.
04/14tf


QUEEN PILLOW TOP
mattress set. New in plas'
tic with warranty. Sacrifice


For Sale: '99 Dodge
Durango. V8 5.2; 2WD,
AC front and rear. Third
row seats, towing pkg,
one owner; well main-
tained. Call 627-8333 or
510-038. $9,000


IA3YR ALES


Yard Sale: May 27 & 28.
Many items. Clothes,
china, furniture, etc. 1121
W. Clark St. Quincy
5/26p


.Garage Sale: Sat. May
28. 700 Woodland Ave.
from 7 a.m. until. Baby
items, big man/plus size
clothing, furniture, beanie
babies & more.
5/26p


HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT


II.


Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Next Class: June 20th
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement

800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


IN THE CIRCUIT
OF THE SECOND
CIAL CIRCUIT,
FOR GADSDEN
FLORIDA

Case No. 05-426-1
Division: Family

Ruth Arely
DePinto,
Petitioner

and

Jhonny Alexie
Gonzales,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTI
DISSOLUTIOI
MARRIAGE

To: Jhonny Alex
Gonzales, Santa
Salvador

YOU ARE NOTI
an action has b
against you and th.
required to serve
your written defe
any, to it on Ri
Guevara DePinto
address is PO 0
Midway, FL 3234
before June 10, 2
file the original with
of this Court a


* COURT
qD JUDI-
IN AND
COUNTY,

DRA


$175. 222-9879.
04/14tf


Brand new Micro Fiber
Sofa Hardwood frame,
lifetime warranty. Must
sell, $275. 425-8374..
04/14tf


New Bedroom: 7 piece
sleigh bed set, $775. In
storage, unopened boxes,
can deliver. 222-2113.
04/14tf



BED $275, Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed. New,
still boxed. 222-2113.
04/14tf


For Sale: 1994 Olds
Cutlass Cierra, 157,000
miles. Great int/ext. Runs.
A/C need work. $1300
OBO Call Keith @ 856-
8189 after 5 p.m.


Jefferson St., Quincy,
Florida 32351 before serv-
ice on Peititioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the peti-
tion.


Guevara Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review
these documents upon
Pinto request.

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
ON FOR notified of your current
N OF address. (You may file
E Notice of Current address,
**Florida Supreme, Court
xie Pinto Approved Family Law Form
Ana, El 12.915) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the
FIED that clerk's office.
een filed
at you are WARNING: Rule 12.285,
a copy of Florida Family Law Rules of
senses, if Procedure, requires certain
uth Arely automatic disclosure of doc-
o, whose uments and information.
Box 815, Failure to comply can result
3, on or in sanctions, including dis-
-005, and missal or striking of plead-
h the clerk ings.
t 10 E.


C&N DECKS & MORE.
Specializing in Handicap
& elderly Lift Decks.-
Custom made to order.
Push button operation or
remote controlled. 850-
544-1715/850-544-2227.
5/12-6/2p


HOME REMODELING,
RENOVATIONS,
REPAIRS by semi-retired
builder with 30 years
experience. Cabinets,
trim, countertops, doors,
windows, etc.
Reasonable, references.
Call 627-7169.
5/5-26p


C&N REMODELING
SERVICES. Where Your
One Call takes care of it
all. Decks, carpentry,
roofing, siding, plumbing.
electrical, termite repair,


etc, etc...850-5
850-544-1715
4919 fax.


5/19&26p Thanks
Reading
Gadsd
County


YARD SALE
May 28
8 a.m. until
Santa Clara
Baptist
Church in the
Fellowship
Hall.
Entrance on
Chalk St. off
E. Jefferson
St.


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Experienced Driver
Needed
Prospective applicant
must possess a Class A
CDL license, have a
positive driving
record, submit to a
drug test, have a posi-
tive employment back-
ground, have a positive
attitude, three years of
continuous driving
experience without a
break in employment.
Serious applicants
only call 850-539-
4555 for an application
or to inquire. Salary
negotiable.
EOE / Havana Florida


Owner Operators need-
ed: We provide equip-
ment,, plenty of work for
experienced owner oper-
ators. Good MVR and
home weekends. Fuel
price hold 1.25/gal. New
Line Transports, 888-714-
0056.
5/19-6/02p


NEED a second job?
Become a licensed Body
Wrapper. Work in a salon
or spa. Classes are limit-
ed, call 224-3849.
5/12-5/26c


44-2227 / Run Mega OR Short
' 850-442- Haul. Home nightly &/OR
once during the week &
5/12-6/2p w e e k e n d s !
Lease/Purchase
Available. Own your own
Sfor Truck! No Money/Credit?
No Problem! CDL-A w/ 2
g the yrs TT exp. .Shelton
den Trucking 800-877-3201
Times5/26p


Septic Tank Installer

Needed
Experienced installer with a Class
A CDL license and must be able to
operate a backhoe. Also need a
Laborer experienced in installing
septic tanks and repairing drain-
fields. Request applications or
send resume to: nfvstm@aol.com ,
fax to 1.801.757.5462 or call
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(SEAL)

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

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DIVISION
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IN THE INTEREST OF:

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MINOR CHILD

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TO: KARIEM JOHNSON
father of Z. B. J.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
123 ANY STREET
QUINCY, FLORIDA

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Quincy, Florida, on Friday,
the 24th day of JUNE, 2005,
at the hour of 1:30 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the
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You must either appear on
the date and at the time
specified, or send a written
response to the court prior
to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO
RESPOND TO THIS
NOTICE OR TO APPEAR
AT THIS HEARING CON-
STITUTES CONSENT TO
THE TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS OVER
AND TO THE CHILD.

Witness my hand as Clerk
of said Court, and the seal
thereof this 02 day of May,
2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: Neshanta McMillian
Deputy Clerk
05/12,19,26&06/02/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,


FLORIDA

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 05-288-CAB

MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INC., F/K/A
COUNTRYWIDE FUNDING
CORPORATION D/B/A
AMERICA'S WHOLESALE
LENDER,
Plaintiff,

vs.

GERARD T. LAVIANO, et al,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: GERARD T. LAVIANO
(Residence Unknown)
L/K/A 317 NORTH MON-
ROE STREET, QUINCY, FL
32351

UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
GERARD T. LAVIANO
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
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Mortgage on the following
described property:

ALL THAT PARCEL OF
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LYING IN SECTION 7,
TOWNSHIP, 2 NORTH,
RANGE 3 WEST GADS-
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May 26, 2005


I LEGAL NOTICES I


NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
A regular meeting of the Gadsden County Industrial
'Development Authority will be held at 10 am. on Wednesday,
June 8, 2005 at the Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce
office located at 208 North Adams Street, Quincy, Florida, for the
'purpose of taking action with respect to the election of officers.
cThe purpose of the Regular Meeting is to review the Authority's
economic development The Authority will also consider any
other such matters as may properly come before it at said meet-
ing.
'Incompliance with Section 286.0205 ES. all concerned are here-
by advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by
the authority with respect to any matter considered at such meet-
ing, that person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
,evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
E. Wison Hinson, Jr. Chairman
Gadsden County Industrial
Development Authori
5/26&6/0 c


FROM pg 15
address is 1800 NW 49th
Street, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE, FL 33309
on or before June 18, 2005,
a date which is within thirty
(30) days after the first pub-
lication of this Notice in THE
GADSDEN COUNTY
TIMES and file the original
yvith the Clerk of this Court
ebiher before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
Piiately thereafter; otherwise
default will be entered
painst you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
i I
SNotice to person with
Disabilities: If you have a
disabilities which required
&ny accommodation in
order to participate in this
proceeding you are entitled
at no cost to you to the pro-
sisions of certain assis-
fahce, please contact
NICHOLAS THOMAS Clerk
ft (850) 875-8601 or write to
him at P.O. BOX 1649
huincy, FL 32353 within 2
Working days of your receipt
at this notice. If you are
rearing or Voice impaired
tall 1-800-955-8771.

WNITNESS my hand and the
peal of this Court this 5th
lday of May, 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
05/19 & 26/05nc


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

CASE NO. 05-528-CAB

SGLJGAPLUM PROPER-
:;TIE .ISECIATES. LTD.
Plaintiff,

,s.

ERALD MCSWAIN, JR.,
-AMARA OWENS
VCSWAIN, FORD MOTOR
PREDIT, a Foreign corpora-
tion, JOE NESTER and
3LORIA NESTER,
defendants .

NOTICE OF ACTION

,O: GERALD MCSWAIN,
JR., TAMARA MCSWAIN

LOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
foreclosure action has been
iled against you on the fol-
owing described property:

Lot 46, Block "B" of Quail
Ridge, Phase II & III, as per
,nap or plat thereof as
recordedd in Plat Book 2,
Page 69 of the Public
Records of Gadsden
county, Florida.

md you are required to file
i written response with the
courtt and serve a copy of
'our written defenses, if
ny, to it on Melissa V.
ornsby, Plaintiff's attorney,
hose address is 2810
lemington Green Circle,
Tallahassee, Florida,
12308, at least thirty (30)
lays from the date of first
publication, and file the orig-
ral with the clerk of this
iourt either before service
$n Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; oth-
.rwise, a default will be
enteredd against you for the
relief demanded in the com-.
Dlaint.

bated this 5th day of May,
,005.

icholas Thomas
lerk of the Circuit Court

SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
deputy Clerk
SMay 19&26, 2005c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
LORIDA

EASE NO: 03-1329-CAB

BANK ONE NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE F/K/A THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
RF CHICAGO, AS
TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,


JOHN S. RICHMOND;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN S. RICHMOND;
DEBORAH D. COAKER;
JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN
TENANT N/K/A NATE
PORTH; JANE DOE,
UNKNOWN TENANT N/K/A
STEPHANIE PORTH
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgment of.
Foreclosure dated May 27,
2004, and entered in Case
No. 03-1329-CAB in the
Circuit Court of the 2nd
Judicial Circuit in and for
Gadsden County, Florida
wherein Bank One, National
Association, as Trustee
f/k/a/ The First National
Bank of Chicago, as Trustee
is Plaintiff and John S.
Richmond, Unknown
Spouse of John S.
Richmond, Deborah D.
Coaker, John Doe,
Unknown Tenant, n/k/a
Nate Porth and Jane Doe,
Unknown Tenant, n/k/a
Stephanie Porth are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash on the South Side of
the Gadsden County
Courthouse located at 10 E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
15th day of Jdue, 2005, the
following described property
in Gadsden County, Florida:

Commence at a concrete
monument (found) known
as marking the Northeast
corner of the West one-half
of Section 17, Township 2
North, Range 2 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
and run thence South 01O
12' 54" West 1655.59 feet to
a concrete monument (set)
for the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. From said-POINT OF'
BEGINNIIIJG Irience conin.r
ue Sr..uir 01 12 5 -1 4 V'e
231:84 feet; thence North
872 35'01" West 810.12 feet
to a point on the easterly,
maintained right-of-way
boundary of a county road-
way known as Lanier Road'
thence North 170 18' 46"
East along said easterly
maintained right-of-way
boundary, a distance of
223.63 feet; thence South
889 47' 06" East 747.93 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

Dated this 23rd day of May
2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
5/26 & 6/02/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 05-348-CA-B


BRILENA,
LLC
Plaintiff,


INC / TUCANA,


vs.

JUANITA GEE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JUANITA
GEE; UNKNOWN TENANT
I; UNKNOWN TENANT II,
and any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, credi-
tors and other unknown per-
sons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and
under any 'of the above-
named Defendants,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given
that the undersigned Clerk
of the Circuit Court of
Gadsden County, Florida,
will on the 23rd day of June,
2005, at 11:00 o'clock a.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 70.56 feet of Lot
Three (3) of FLETCHER
TOWN; and also: Begin at a
point 450 Feet North and
70.56 Feet East of the
Southwest corner of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 12,
Township 2 North, Range 4
West and thence run North


60 Feet; East 34.44 Feet;
thence run South 60 Feet;
thence run West 34.44 Feet
to the Point of Beginning. All
being Lot Three (3) of
FLETCHER TOWN, a map
or plat of which is recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 25 in
the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gadsden
County, Florida, and being
in the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 12, Township 2
North, Range 4 West,
Quincy, Gadsden County,
Florida. Less existing Road
Right-of-Way. Together with
that certain Enabler II
Mobile Home Model # 602
Serial # 15682 located
thereon

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 fo said Court this
17th day of May, 2005.

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-


ing a special accord
tion should contact
ADMINISTRATION,
GADSDEN
Courthouse at 8
8629, no later that se
days prior to the p
ing. If hearing imp
800-955-8771 (TDD
800-955-8770, via
Relay Service.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadbe
Deputy Clerk
5/26&6


IN THE CIRCUIT
OF THE 2ND JU
CIRCUIT, IN AN[
GADSDEN C(
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURSID
DIVISION

CASE NO: 01-88-CA

COUNTRYWIDE
LOANS INC.
PLAINTIFF

VS.

QUINTON MIKE
QUINTIN MIKE, IF
AND IF DEAD,
"UNKNOWN SP
HEIRS, ' -DEV
GRAIi7EES, ASSIGN
LIENORS, CRED
TRUSTEES AND
OTHER PARTIES
ING AN INTEREST
THROUGH, UNDE
AGAINST QUINTOI
A/K/A QUINTIN
RUTHIE MIKE, IF
AND IF DEAD,
UNKNOWN SF
HEIRS, DEV
GRANTEES, ASSIGN
LIENORS, CRED
TRUSTEES AND
OTHER PARTIES
ING AN INTEREST
THROUGH, UNDE
AGAINST RUTHIE
HOUSEHOLD FII
CORPORATION
RANDY LOY; Cl
LOY; JOHN DOE
JANE DOE AS UNK
TENANTS IN PC
SION
DEFENDANTS)

RE-NOTICE OF
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS H
GIVEN pursuant
Order Granting the
to Reset Foreclosu
dated May 16, 2005
in Civil Case No.
CAB of the Circuit (
the 2ND Judicial C
and for GADSDEN
QUINCY, Florida, I
to the highest and b
der for cash at THE
DOOR of the GAI
County Courthouse
Jefferson, QUINCY,
at 11:00 a.m. on tl
day of June, 2005
,lowing described p
as set forth ir
Summary Final Juo
to-wit:

BEGIN IN THE C
LINE OF DITCH I
STATE HIGHWAY 1
RUN NORTH 100
ALONG EAST LII
SAID HIGHWAY T
POINT OF BEGII
THENCE RUN
ALONG EAST LII
SAID HIGHWAY 11(
THENCE EAST PAF
TO THE NORTH LI
SAID DITCH IF E)
ED 150 FEET; TI
SOUTH 110
THENCE WEST 15
TO THE POINT OF
NING, SAID PRO
BEING IN SECTI
TOWNSHIP 3 N
RANGE 1 WEST
ADJOINING ON
SOUTH SIDE PRO
HERETOFORE Dl
TO ARC-
CHESTER.

Dated this 17th day
2005.


Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse at 850-875-
8629, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
05/26&6/02/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 05-164-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF ALVIN
WRIGHT, SR.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS


mmoda- The administration of the
COURT estate of Alvin Wright, Sr.,
at the deceased, whose date of
County death was April 5, 2005, is
50-875- pending in the Circuit Court
even (7) for Gadsden County,
iroceed- Florida, Probate Division,
)aired,1- the address of which is 10
)) or 1- West Jefferson Street. The
Florida names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set
court forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands
arry against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
6/02/05c notice is required to be
served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
COURT LATER OF 3 MONTHS
IDICIAL AFTER THE TIME OF THE
D FOR FIRST PUBLICATION OF
COUNTY, THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
ACTION SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
AB decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
HOME against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court. WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
A/K/A NOTICE.
LIVING, ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
THE WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
'OUSE, ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
'ISEES, TION 733.702 OF THE
GNEES, FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
ITORS, WILL BE FOREVER
ALL BARRED.
CLAIM- NOTWITHSTANDING
ST BY, THE TIME PERIODS SET
ER OR FORTH ABOVE, ANY
N MIKE CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
MIKE; YEARS OR MORE AFTER
LIVING, THE DECEDENT'S DATE
THE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
'OUSE, The date of first publication
'ISEES, of this notice is May 26,
GNEES, 2005.
ITORS,
ALL Attorney for Personal
CLAIM- Representative:
ST BY, Harold S. Richmond
ER OR Attorney for Mary Lee
MIKE; .Wright
NANCE Florida Bar No. 0120520
III; 227 East Jefferson Street
ECELIA Post Office Box 695
E AND Quincy, Florida 32353
KNOWN Telephone: 850-875-1339
)SSES-
Personal Representative:
Mary Lee Wright
304 Shiloh Road
FORE- Quincy, Florida 32351
5/26&6/02/05c

EREBY
to an IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Motion FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
re Sale FLORIDA
entered
01-88- PROBATE DIVISION
Court of File No.: 05-164-CPA
ircuit in
County, IN RE: ESTATE OF ALVIN
will sell WRIGHT, SR.
eest bid- Deceased.
SOUTH
DSDEN NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
10 E. TION
Florida, (Intestate)
he 14th
the fol- The administration of the
propertyy estate of Alvin Wright, Sr.,
S said deceased, is pending in the
dgment, Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
ENTER which is 10 West Jefferson
UNDER Street. The estate is intes-
57 AND tate. The names and
FEET addresses of the personal
NE OF representative and the per-
O THE sonal representative's attor-
NNING; ney are set forth below.
NORTH Any interested person on
NE OF whom a copy of the notice
0 FEET; of administration is served
RALLEL must object to the qualifica-
INE OF tions of the personal repre-
XTEND- sentative, venue, or jurisdic-
-ENCE tion of the court, by filing a
FEET; petition or other pleading
0 FEET requesting relief in accor-
BEGIN- dance with the Florida
PERTY Probate Rules, WITHIN 3
ON 7, MONTHS AFTER THE
IORTH, DATE OF SERVICE OF A
SAND COPY OF THE NOTICE ON
THE THE OBJECTING PER-
iPERTY SON, OR THOSE OBJEC-
EEDED TIONS ARE FOREVER
HIBALD BARRED.
Any person entitled to
exempt property is required
of May, to file a petition for determi-
nation of exempt property
WITHIN THE TIME PRO-


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Renovation nearly
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four bedrooms, two
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on .8 acre in Quincy's
historic district. Large
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swimming pool, huge
great room with vaulted
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deck, gas fireplace,
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$185,000
567-2333





VIDED BY LAW OR THE
RIGHT TO. EXEMPT
PROPERTY IS DEEMED
WAIVED. Any person enti-
tled to elective share is
required to file an election to.
take elective share WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Harold S. Richmond
Attorney for Mary Lee
Wright
Florida Bar No. 0120520
227 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 695
Quincy, Florida 32353
Telephone: 850-875-1339

Personal Representative:
Mary Lee Wright
304 Shiloh Road
Quincy, Florida 32351
5/26&6/02/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 05-343-CA
UCN:
202005CA000343XXXXXX

FIDELITY BANK,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JUAN M. LINARES, et al.,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANTTO CHAPTER-45

NOTICE' IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 17, 2005, and
entered in Case No. 05-
343-CA UCN:
202005CA000343XXXXXX
of the Circuit Court in and
for Gadsden County,
Florida, wherein Fidelity,
Bank is Plaintiff, and JUAN
M. LINARES; MARIA F.
LINARES; CITY OF QUIN-
CY; UNKNOWN TENANT
NO. 1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS
ACTION, OR HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-
EST 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 30th day of
June, 2005, the following
described property as set
forth in said Order of Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LAND SITUATED IN THE
CITY OF QUINCY, GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
DESCRIBED AS: LOT
NUMBER FIVE (5) AND
THE WEST THIRTY (30)
FEET OF LOT NUMBER
FOUR (4) IN BLOCK
THREE (3) ON AND
ACCORDING TO A MAP
OR PLAT OF COLLEGE
PARK ADDITION TO THE
CITY OF QUINCY, FLORI-
DA, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 39,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to


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Privacy gate. HUD appli-
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4/21 tf


Spacious 2 BD, 1 BA
house for rent. Nice loca-
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$650/mo. HUD accepted.
Call 251-5251 or 251-
5122.
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1221 S.
Chattahooche
accept HUD p
only. $700/mi
3565.



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3553.


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Each office independently owned and operated


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Basement. Deck, garden tub $1,000 deposit and proof of
funds or loan required. $164,900 C-1651
LIKE NEW DWMH with 3 BR, 2BA, 1152 sf. Above-
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IDEAL FOR A SMALL FAMILY OR RENTAL
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Large fenced back yard. $70,000 W-1650


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5/19&26p 966 sf. $1,000 deposit and proof of cash or loan required.
$18,500 C-1652


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large fenced back yard in
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BR, 2 BA. 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
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participants utilities. Rental assistance
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applicants. Handicap
4/28-6/16p Units Available. For rental
information call 850-875-
3596. 944 Strong Rd,
2BR 1BA. Quincy. Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to
unity. 627- 5 p.m. Equal Housing
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Great buy on this super
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mobile home situated on
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Apartment Complexes for
sale in Quincy. Complex I


& II: 4 units-2BR/1BA
$204,000 each. Complex
III: 4-2BR/1BA & 2-
1BR/1BA $270,000. Call
627-8333 or 510-0338.
5/19&26p


1.25 and 1.5 acre lots for
sale in an approved sub-
division. Property located
in the Sawdust area on
Edwards Rd. Talquin
water and utilities are
available. Some restric-
tions apply. Call 627-77331
or 545-0608.
05/19-7/07p


LEGAL NOTICESA


participate in this proceed-
ing, 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 May 17, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
5/26&6/02/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO.: 05-14-CAB

MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC .REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY,
Plaintiff,

vs.

GARY DEXTER MILLS;
MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR ACCREDITED HOME
LENDERS, INC.;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
GARY DEXTER MILLS;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.

RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Motion
and Order Resetting
Foreclosure Sale Date
dated the 16th day of May,
2005, and entered in Case
No. 05-14-CAB, of the
Circuit Court of the 2ND
Judicial Circuit in and for
Gadsden County, Floriday
wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-


TION SYSTEMS, INC. AS
NOMINEE FOR
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY is the Plaintiff and
GARY DEXTER MILLS;
-MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR ACCREDITED HOME
LENDERS, INC;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
GARY DEXTER MILLS;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the GADSDEN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
SOUTH SIDE OF COURT-
HOUSE STEPS, 10 EAST
JEFFERSON, QUINCY,
FLORIDA, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 14th day of June, 2005,
the following described
property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:

LOT NUMBERED FIVE (5),
BLOCK "D", ON AND
ACCORDING TO A MAP
OR PLAT OF SUNSET
ACRES, SAID MAP OR
PLAT BEING OF RECORD
IN ,PLAT BOOK NO. 1,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA. SAID LAND SIT-
UATE, LYING AND BEING
IN THE CITY OF QUINCY,
COUNTY OF GADSDEN
AND STATE OF FLORIDA.

Notice to persons with dis-
abilities. If you have a dis-
ability which requires any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing you are entitled at no
cost to you to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Nicholas
Thomas, Clerk, at 850-875-
8601 or write to him at PO
Box 1649, Quincy, FL 32353
within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice. If
you are hearing or voice
impaired call 1-800-955-
8771.

Dated this 17th day of May,
2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
05/26&06/02/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT

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

Application number I 06551
filed 05/19/2005
Hillandale Farms of Florida,
Inc., PO Box 649, Quincy,
FL 32353-0649
Requesting a maximum
withdrawal of 73,000 gal-
lons per day from the
Floridan Aquifer System for
Livestock use by an existing
facility.
General withdrawal loca-
tion(s) in Gadsden County:
T03N, R04W, Sec. 17B,
17C

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 June 9, 2005.

No further public notice will
be provided regarding this
(these) applicationss.
Publication of this notice
constitutes constructive
notice of this permit applica-
tion to all substantially
affected persons. A copy of
the staff reports) must be
requested in order to remain
advised of further proceed-
ings and any public hearing
date. Substantially affected
persons are entitled to
request an administrative
hearing regarding the pro-
posed agency action by
submitting a written request
according to the provisions
of 40A-1.521, Florida
Administrative Code. Notice
of Proposed Agency Action
will be mailed only to per-
sons who have filed such
requests.
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Celebrate Freedom to present musical

A patriotic musical will be held at 6 p.m. on July 2 at the Quincy Music
theatre sponsored by Celebrate Freedom, a newly formed organization that
Vill focus on the true meaning of Independence Day, educate citizens about
he history of America, increase awareness and show appreciation to law en-
orcement officers, fire and rescue departments, emergency medical servic-


es and men and women of the Armed Forces.
Tickets for this event will go on sale June 1 at Lisa & Joe's Caf6-114 E.
Washington St; Padgett Jewelers-21 E. Jefferson St; and Brown's Variety
Shop-14 N. Adams St. in Quincy. If you have a family or class reunion
scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend, please plan to make this Inde-
pendence Day celebration a part of your schedule of events.
Solicitation for support is being made for actors, soloists, and instrumen-
talists to be a part of the musical "We the People". This patriotic musical will
focus on the spirit of freedom, adventure and hope. Your support and in-
volvement is needed. Please call Joanie Bradwell at 904-234-6706 or 850-
627-0397 for additional information.


GTI/JASHS class of 96

Please visit www.freewebs.com/reunionl996 for information concerning
the 2006 class reunion. The next scheduled monthly meeting will be Sunday,
June 26 from 4-5p.m. in the Crossroad Academy meeting room.
SWe would like your input on the cruise destination, the discount survey
and the T-Shirt design. You may also vote for your favorites on the website.
Dues are $10.
For more information please contact Octavius at 627.6077 or email Re-
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18 Gadsden County Times May 26, 2005


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5th Annual Kids

Fishing Day
Bring the kids of all ages and join
us for a great morning of fishing at
Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State
Park on Saturday, June 4, from 9 to
11 a.m. at the 5th Annual Kids Fish-
irig Day.
'Kids will work through seven sta-
tions while learning different
aspects of fishing such as casting
and rod & reel repair. A fly fishing
demonstration will be presented..
Pizes will be awarded. Participa-
tion in this event is free with park
admission, and participants should
meet at the recreation area at 9 a.m.
For more information call 487-
4556.

GED registration

set for June 2
Registration for the June General
Education Diploma (GED) test will
be given on Monday, June 2 at 8
a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Registration
requirements for individuals 18
years or older are two (2) valid iden-
tifications and $50 cash or money
order for the complete battery and is
dbe at the time of registration. Can-
didates may register for parts of the
GED test. Approximate time for first
time registrants is two (2) hours and
will start promptly at the stated
tipfes. This will take place in the
SIA.I.L./V.P.ILab on the campus of
Gadsden Technical Institute, 201
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Quincy. For additional information
please call 875-8324 ext. 224 or ext
237.

Free dental care for

those who qualify
iFree dental care will be offered to
those who qualify by Gadsden
County Baptist Association, The
Florida Baptist Convention, and the
University of Florida. All persons
niust first qualify to receive an
appointment. If you wish to receive
dental care, you will need to qualify
on Junei fr'omi10-2 .i Santl CLual
B~aptist Church. If you qualify for
dental care at that time, you will be
given an appointment.
Appointments for children 10-18
years of age will be given for June
13 or 14. A guardian of the child
must be present and sign the consent
form. Adults 19 and older will be
given an appointment for the dates
of June 15, 16, or 17.
Please note carefully...registration
for dental care is at Santa Clara Bap-
tist Church. The Dental Bus will be
located next to the library and Fire
Station in Greensboro; June 13-17,
from 10-5. Please call 627-9263 for
questions.

C-P class of 1966
All graduates of Carter-Parramore
High School class of 1966 are


invited to attend the first class meet-
ing for the 2006 class reunion, Sun-
day, May 29 at 4 p.m. at Le'Theria
Smith Peters' home, 322 S. Adams
St, Quincy. This meeting is very
important-please attend. Refresh-
ments will be served.

JAS Class of 1980
Please be reminded that the James
A. Shanks class of 1980 will have a
meeting on Sunday, May 29, at 6
p.m. at the home of Mary Baker.
Ivory. All class members are urged
to attend. For further information
please contact Cedric Crawford at
671-1750 or Judy Russ-Ware at
627-1022.

JAS Class of 85 reunion
The 20th reunion is set for June 2
through 5. 2nd-get acquainted at
Stanley & Harriet Bush residence;
3rd-dinner cruise Jacksonville; 4th-
family picnic at Kelly/Campbell;
banquet at Kelly/Campbell; 5th-
memorial service at St. Joseph MB
Church in the Friendship Commu-
nity; farewell gathering at Stanley &
Harriet Bush residence. For more
information please contact Shelia
Thomas at 850-875-4934.

JASHS Class of 1990
The James A. Shanks High School
Class of 1990 will meet on Thurs-
day, May 26, at Shanks park. Please
meet promptly at 6:00 for a brief.
meeting before choir rehearsal.
Questions or concerns should be
addressed to Catina Simmons-Russ
at 875-1845 or
tinas@netquincy.com.

Stevens High reunion
The Stevens High School Alumni
and Friends have set reunion for
June 17 and 18 in Quincy. We
remind you to send in any history of
the school you may have so we can
compile it for the reunion.
Schedule' of events: Friday, June
17: Breakfast/business meeting at
Carol's Country Restaurant 8:30
a.m. Banquet at the Kelly-Campbell
Center on the Stevens campus 6 to
10 p.m.
Saturday, June 18: picnic at
Stevens Park on the campus from
noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday worship service.
Persons planning to attend events
are asked to contribute $15 for pic-
nic, $30 for banquet, scholarship
$15. All funds should be mailed to
P.O. Box 1223, Quincy, FL 32353
by May 29.
Children under age 12 may attend
the picnic with a fee. For more
information call 850-627-7223 or
850-627-8580.

Veterans Service
transportation

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begin providing transportation to
and from the Tallahassee outpatient
clinic Monday through Thursday,
with a continued trip to Lake City
and Gainesville Medical Centers on
Friday only.
Anyone with an appointment to
Lake City/Gainesville on Monday
through Thursday will be trans-
ported by the Lake City-Gainesville
shuttle, with an arrival time at
TOPC no later than 7:10 a.m.
Pickup locations are Edward J.
Butler Gadsden County Govern-
mental complex, rear parking lot;
Chattahoochee Police Station park-
ing lot; Greensboro Police Station
parking lot; Havana Police Station
parking lot; Midway Post Office
parking lot; St. John AME Church
parking lot; Mt. Calvary Church
parking lot; and the St. Hebron
AME Church, playground parking
lot, County Road 161 and Point
Mulligan. The van will only go to
pickup points when an appointment
has been confirmed.


Freedom Fund

banquet is held

Appearance, approach and atti-
tude: these were the words of inspi-
ration from Elmore Bryant, Presi-
dent of the Jackson County Branch
NAACP and the Florida Area Direc-
tor of the NAACP, to the citizens of
Gadsden County as he spoke at the
first annual Freedom Fund banquet,
sponsored by the Quincy, Gadsden
County Branch NAACP #5149 and
was held at the Campbell-Kelly
Center May 14.
Community leaders attending the
banquet included Sheriff Morris
Young, commissioners Brenda A.
Holt-district 4, and Derrick Price-
district 3, County Manager Marlon
Brown, attorney Marva A. Davis,
retired attorney John Duc, Rev. John
Battles and Rev. Eddie York, Sr.
Also attending were the St. Peter
Apostolic Church congregation and
New Bethel AME members and oth-
ers.
The evening was filled with infor-
mation, inspiration and encourage-
ment. The executive committee
would like to extend thanks to the
business sponsors. The Gadsden
County Branch of the NAACP
would like to extend an invitation to
all citizens in Gadsden County to
join in the fight for freedom for
everyone. Remember, "Freedom is
Not Free". To join please call 627-
2085 for more information.


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The safety belt use rate in Florida
is the highest it has ever been at 76.3
percent, but that still leaves a large
.portion of Florida motorists risking
their lives by riding unbuckled.
Quincy Police Department is join-
ing law enforcement across the state
in an effort to save those who don't
buckle up. From May 23 to June 5,
the "Click It or Ticket" campaign
will be in full force.
Click It or Ticket, the nationwide
safety belt enforcement wave, is
being implemented with public
awareness events in communities
across the state. During this time,
state and local law enforcement will
show zero tolerance for motorists
who fail to use their safety belts.
"This campaign is not about writ-
ing tickets, it's about saving lives,"
said Chief Gerald McSwain, Quincy
Police Department. "Our officers,
however, would much rather write a
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MEETING NOTICE

The City of Quincy
Historic Preservation
Commission (QHPC)
will meet on
Monday, June 6, 2005
at 5:15 p.m. in the
City Commission's,
Chambers at City Hall.
The agenda includes the
following item:
Certificate of
Appropriateness Request
for 121 North Jackson Street
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.
5/26p


person killed in a crash because they
failed to wear a safety belt."
Research from the National High-
way Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA) shows that drivers and
passengers who do not buckle up are
approximately 14 times more likely
to die in a traffic crash than those
who use their safety belt. Out of all
of the holidays last year, Memorial
Day was the deadliest, with the
highest recorded fatality rate per
hour, even surpassing New Years
and Fourth of July.
Chief McSwain said the only
proven way to get significant
increases in belt use and ultimately
save lives, is through high visibility
enforcement, including targeted and
intense advertising to alert people to
the enforcement.
Public service announcements
reminding everyone to buckle up
will be airing statewide from May
16 to 29 in the ten major media mar-



Meeting Notice
The City of Quincy
Community Redevelopment
Agency Board (CRA)
will meet in
Special Session
on Wednesday, June 1, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. at The City Hall
Commission Chambers
404 West Jefferson Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
The agenda includes the
following items:
(1) CRA Attorney Contract
(2) Courthouse Square
Beautification Project
(3) Historic Preservation
Project/ Wilson House Renovation
(4) "Celebrate Freedom"
Donation Request
(5) FY 2005-2006 CRA Budget
(6) Update on projects
Please contact Marsha Harpool or
Forest McNeil at the Quincy CRA
Office at (850) 627-7681 Ext: 333 with
any questions or comments. If you have
-a disability requiring accommodations,
please contact the Quincy CRA Office
at least three days prior to the meeting.
To access a Telecommunications
Device for Deaf Persons (TDD) please
call (850) 875-7310.
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kets in Florida, which includes three
of the largest markets in the nation.
The combination of safety belt
enforcement with television and
radio announcements has been
shown to increase safety belt usage
because of the constant reminder to
motorists to click it or they will get
a ticket.
With support from NHTSA and the
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion, Quincy Police Department, and
law enforcement agencies across
Florida join forces with more than
12,000 law enforcement agencies in
all 50 states, the District of Colum-
bia and Puerto Rico in conducting
heightened awareness and enforce-
ment activities as part of the Click It
or Ticket effort.


MEETING NOTICE
The City of Quincy
Planning and Development
Review Board (PDRB)
will meet on
Tuesday, June 7, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the
City Commission Chambers
at City Hall.
The agenda includes the following item:
(1) Major Development Review
at 1300 Airport Road
(2) Major Development Review
at 64 North Cleveland Street
(3) Variance Request at
359 East Jefferson Street
(4) Variance Request at
121 North Jackson Street
(5) Major Development Review
at the southwest corner of
Pat Thomas Parkway and
West Jefferson Street
(1211 West Jefferson Street)

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-
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All-County baseball, softball players named


kLL COUNTY SOFTBALL
4AME SCHOOL GRADE POSITIONS) KEY STATS/FACTS
;allie Willis Munroe 11 Pitcher Record: 7-4, 75 strikeouts only 10 walks,
vent 27 consecutive innings without a walk.
dIalorie McKinnon Munroe 9 2nd, Pitcher Pitched in 8 games as a
freshman (3-5), one of top hitters batting .393. Clutch hitter for Lady Cats
rystal Wade Munroe 9 3rd Batted .325 as a freshman. Very good de-
fensive player, committed only one error all season.
indsey Hosey Tallavana Christian 12 Pitcher, 3rd Solid infielder and
pitcherr (12 wins, 33 strikeouts in tournament), team MVP.
,ara Newberry TallavanaChristian 11 Catcher Very quick, high on-base
percentage, 1st Team All Conference as catcher
Crystal Dougherty Tallavana Christian 11 3rd Will take over next season
is team leader, strong player, excellent defensive player for Lady Lion.
Taquandra McNealy East Gadsden 11 Pitcher, SS, C, OF Total utility
player for Jags, team's top hitter with 3 HR's, 2 Triples and 5 doubles on
season


Jasmine McNealy East Gadsden 10 1st, 3rd Sister of Jaquandra, came
on strong late in season, hit big game winning triple for win over Rickards
Whitney Ward East Gadsden 11 Catcher Consistent hitter for Jags, sev-
eral clutch hits during season, good defensive player, very good bunter..

No response from West Gadsden High School

ALL COUNTY BASEBALL
NAME SCHOOL GRADE POSITIONS) KEY STATS/FACTS
Dontavious Tribue East Gadsden 11 SS, 3rd Led team in every of-
fensive category, hit two homeruns and finished with 25 Rbi's. Also stole
15 bases.
Demario Gaines East Gadsden 11 Catcher Defensive Player of the Year
for Jags, batted an even .250, outstanding leadership, threw out almost half
of stealing baserunners.
Ricky Gennie East Gadsden 11 Outfield Batted .320 with 25 stolen"
bases, tallied 18 rbi's and an outstanding defensive centerfielder.


Andrew Gay Munroe 12 Shortstop 1st Team All Big Bend, led Big Bend
in hitting with .560 average, signed to play at Chipola Jr. College in fall, 5
Year Varsity Starter.
Blake Holcomb. Munroe 12 Catcher 3rd leading hitter on 17-10 Bobcats,
Defensive Player of the Year Award, four year starter, three sport athlete,
school's Athlete of the Year, All County Football 2004
Joey Higdon Munroe 12 Pitcher Pitched 71 innings, top record in Big
Bend, top ERA at 1.18, 78 Strikouts
Whiddon Macon Munroe 12 Centerfield Top defensive outfielder, 2nd
leading hitter with .385 average, came back from injury to help lead Bob,
cats to state series playoffs, All County Football 2004
Thomas Sirmons Munroe 12 Pitcher, Utility Came out of nowhere to,
backup Higdon on the mound, 5-3 record, also played 1st, 3rd and OF for
Bobcats.
Nate Curtis Tallavana Christian 11 Pitcher, Catcher No stats supplied.

No response from West Gadsden High School


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By Joe Ferolito


SWAT BASEBALL
The SWAT team gets its season
under~ a Saturda, with 2 games in
the TBC Memorial Week-End Tour-
nament. S\AT plays TBC at lu am
and the Tallahassee Bears at 5:30
pm Saturday at Godh\
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against Mariamia Thursday June 2.
The teams home games will be
played at Te;rell Field in Chaita-


CORRECTION
In last week's column I reported
that West Gadsden. Port St Joe.
Wewahitchka, and Liberty Co
made up a football district. Add
Jay, Freeport. and Sneads and you
will have District 2-A in football.
West Gadsden. Port St Joe. Lib-
erty Co.. and Wewahitchka will
make up District 2-2A in basketball,
volleyball. softball, and baseball.

COLLEGE BASEBALL
Both FSU and Florida will be
competing in their conference base-
ball tournmunents this week. How%
both fair may have a bearing on ei-
ther's bid to host a regional next
week-end. No matter how each of


them do in their conference tourna-
inents they will get regional bids.
How they finish in their respective
tournaments will probably deter-
mine their fate of being a host or
not.
FSU and UF will be two of prob-
ably 8 state teams that will be se-
lected for the 64 team regionals.
By the way remember when re-
gionals were played on Memorial
Week-End Now the College sea-
son has been pushed back a few
weeks to give the northern teams a
fairer chance they say.
Things won't change much
though. Of the 8 reams to make it to
this years College World Series I
bet at least 6 will be from the south
or west.





West Gad,


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Photo by Joe Ferolito
action from the West Gadsden-Liberty County Spring Football Jamboree quarter Thursday in Port St. Joe.
West Gadsden lost to Liberty County 8-0 and Port St. Joe 14-0.


by Joe Ferolito
Port St. Joe was the big winner in
last Thursday's Spring Football
Jamboree held in Port St. Joe.
The Sharks defeated Liberty
County 21-0 in a quarter and then
topped West Gadsden 14-0 in a
quarter.
Liberty County beat West Gads-
den 8-0 in completing the round
robin event.
In the loss to Port St. Joe, West
Gadsden used some nice runs by
Ron Burns to get in Shark territory
twice. Once the Panthers were
stopped by a fumble and the other
time by a pass interception.
Quinton Jenkins scored St. Joe's
first touchdown on a 15 yard run and.
Daniel Welch scored the second
Shark t.d. on a 10 yard scamper.
Michael Sparks kicked both extra
points.,
Burns had 40 rushing yards in the
quarter.
Defense highlighted the West
Gadsden-Liberty Co. quarter. The


SWAT baseball starts

The summer baseball season will played at Munroe led Big Bend's,
get underway for SWAT Saturday high schools in hitting, this, his sen,,
as they compete in the TBC Memo- ior year. He has signed a baseball
rial Week-End Classic at Godby. scholarship with Chipola.
SWAT will play host TBC at 10 The left-handed hitter will play.'
am and then meet the Tallahassee second and catch some for SWAT.
Bears at 5:30 pm., Kurt Lewis, an outfielder, and'
This will be the 8th year of Colby Smith; an infielder-pitcher,'
SWAT (Students Working Against are the other returners. Lewis and
Tobacco) baseball and Brent Shel- Smith also plan to play baseball at
ton will be in his third year as the Chipola.
SWAT head coach. Jody Parrish a shortstop is th&
Last year SWAT finished with a player who returns to SWAT after
21-9 record after starting off 0-5. sitting out a year.
Three, players return off last Besides Parrish, Smith, and Gay;,
years team and another player re- SWAT will have Kyle Marks, Rex
turns after sitting out a year. Wade, and Jamie Medina as middle'
Andrew Gay heads the list of re- infielders. First base will be han-
turners and will be playing his 4th dled by Bryant Elkins, Jeff Horn$
year of SWAT baseball. Gay who and Andrew Finch.
SElkins will also pitch and will
join Andy Perez, Melvin Wright',
d en 0 2 David and John Travis, Chad Davis,
Smith, and Damon Brewer to forfn
the pitching staff.
Blake Burns and Stephen Kent,
am boree will share most of the catching du
ties.
Sties. Elkins, ;from Fl.:l id.a Hi ih has
signed with North Flolida CC,.
Panthers, Chris Atkins had a pair of Home played at Andrews College
sacks in the quarter and things this year, and Brewer pitched af
seemed to be going West Gadsden's Lake City CC.
way when runs by Burs and Ronnie SWAT will play as an American
Jackson got the Panthers to the Lib- Legion team and will play a 40'
erty Co. 30 yard line mid-way the game schedule.- SWAT will play:
quarter, teams from Tallahassee, Bainti
A fumble stopped that drive and bridge, Marianna, Panama Cityg
he Bulldogs wenton a 70yardscor- Slocum Al. ,Bonifay, Chipley, and,
,the Bllh 1s went, ,on a h0ya ThS Dothan during the summer.
inr rch lr d"b innn-b khqolk Th ,d


ng marc ie y runnng ac ana
Alston. The big back hammered his
way for 53 yards on 8 carries in the
drive and scored on a 2 yard run.
Jace Ford ran in the Liberty Co. ex-
tra point to get the final to 8-0.
"We played a lot of young guys
and helped get some experience."
Panther coach Robert Jackson said
about the Jamboree. "We looked
about like I expected with only a
couple of weeks practice. But we
found out some things that will help
when fall practice starts."
East Gadsden will play at FAMU
in a Kick-Off Classic in their first
game of the football season.


EGHS drops spring



game to Madison


t real fish tale...
eventy-five pounds of catfish can put up quite a fight, as two Gadsden County fisher-
:en can tell you with authority. The fishermen are Timothy Lawrence, left, and Jimmy
)onaldson, both of Quincy. They caught the huge fish Monday on a rod and reel in the
palachicola River while fishing with a shiner. The fight took just 10 minutes.


by Joe Ferolito
Things started out just fine for
East Gadsden in their spring foot-
ball game against Madison Co. Sat-
urday night.
The Jaguars looked sharp as they
took their opening drive in for a
touchdown and an early lead.
Things didn't go quite as well the
rest of the game and East Gadsden
fell 33-7 to what looks like another
strong Madison Co. team.
The Jaguars moved crisply down
the field on the opening drive and
scored when Darius Jackson ran in
from 21 yards out as East Gadsden
went up 7-0.
Before the first quarter was over
the host Cowboys scored on a 13
yard Harry Redding run to cut it to
7-6.
By the half Madison Co. had
added touchdowns on a 21 yard run
by Fred Johnson and a 65 yard dash
by Desmond Gee to put the Cow-
boys up 20-7.


Madison county got 2 more
scores in the 3rd quarter with Bob
Brown running 36 yards for one of
them and Vincent Lee scoring the
other on a 36 yard scoot.
East Gadsden appeared to have
scored late in the 4th quarter when
Ronald Gordon returned a fumble
recovery 80 yards for a touchdown.
That play was called back on a
penalty.
"I'm proud of the way we played
in some aspects of the game." Said
Jaguar coach Rodell Thomas. "We
moved the ball in spots despite hav-
ing 3 of our starting offensive line-
men missing because of injuries."
He continued. "Madison will be
tough again next year, but they're a
good team to play because you can
learn from good competition."
East Gadsden will play in 4A
next year with PC. Bay, P.C.
Arnold, Godby, Rickards and
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Seminole

Ramlins
by Jack Wingate


Believe or not, there is on the market now, .
bumper stickers that read, "GA, the only state in -
the nation that is totally run by the D.N.R.".
.The 5 Flags Bass Club of Pensacola is doing very good with their tourne-
ment. Lots of action on the top water for them. I had to have help on the
-Five Flags. First, there was Spanish, French, English, Confederate and
*American. A great Bass Club and most of them knows how to lay a lure to
the fish.
' By noon Friday, a Florida boat had 30 Bream and 15 Specks. Mike
Sloan, one of the owners of Wingates, made a 1 1/2 hour trip and took a big
iness of Specks. He's
got them cornered some
where, don't know i
where.
Also, by iioon Friday, 2
small boats had landed 33,.
Bass and took out heading' .as 't
for home. The windgot 'g *'
too heavy on.them small
boats.
We have done real well
on Catfish this week.,.
There at this time there is '
no limit on Catfish, but
soon there will be. 1
boat, 2 men fishen in 4
da3 s boated o\er,300 Channell Cats. That is a lot of fish to skin. They al-
so had a -12 lbs. Channell Cat. I could have made a wash pot full of Catfish
Chowder. Channel Catfish so small you don't have to slice them is one of
my favorite meals. They sure do eat good with salt, cole slaw and onion.
Jim Merritt and his partner, Mr. Henderson won the Tri-States Bass
Tournament today and they also got the Big Fish.
We give you this as part of nature, "Put a full grown buzzard in a 4 x 4 fence
5 ft. high and he'll set there and kill himself trying to get out without never
looking up. Put a bat on the floor in a house and he can't fly off the floor.
Put a hummen bird in.an open goblet and it will never look up and will die.
in the goblet.
The velvet of a buck deer is the fastest growing flesh.known to man. It
also turns into the hardest bone known to man. Native Americans have
used the deer antler to chip and shape flint.


Wingate's Fishing Report
Lake Surface Temp:
Lake Level:
Big Lake:
Chattahoochee:
Flint:
Spring Creek:
Fish Pond Drain:


800
Near Full
Cloudy and Swift
Cloudy and Fast.
Cloudy and.Fast
Cloudy and Fast
Clear


The picture is of Merritt and Henderson with some of their nice catch
from Sunday.


QPRD

Activities

Men's Softball League: 5/16/05 Show-
time vs. Shiloh (22-16), Heat vs. Shiloh
(27-4), 5/17/05 Avengers vs. Shiloh (19-
16), Heat vs. Avengers (18-15).
STANDINGS: Firestown Heat (10-1),
Showtime (6-5), Welco Avengers (3-7),
DJ Cadillac Joe Shiloh (2-9). END OF
SEASON TOURNAMENT BEGINS
5/26/05.

Women's Softball League: 5/16/05 La-
dy Panthers vs. Diamond Girls (17-8),
Lady Hornets vs. JT Sports (7-0).
5/17/05 Lady Hornets vs. Lady Panthers
(17-10), JT Sports vs. Diamond Girls
(15-11). STANDINGS: Lady Panthers
(9-2), Lady Hornets (10-1), Diamond


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The Quincy Parks & Recreation De-
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7:30PM at the Ferolito Recreation Cen-
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The Quincy Parks and Recreation De
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youth and adult seven years old an
above.
The classes are held at the Ferolit
Recreation Center on Tuesdays an
Thursday from 6:00pm until 7:00pir
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of Lynn's Taekwondo Academy. Th
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Gadsden County Times May 26, 2005 21


people


Local student among 250 selected for the

samma Beta Boule achievement award


Harold Alexander Davis, son of
Ar. and Mrs. Harold Eugene Davis
Lnd Phyllis Bell-Davis, was one of
!50 students who received recogni-
ion for outstanding academic
Achievement for the 2004-05 school
year. The Gamma Beta Boul6,
;igma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. recog-
lized these students at their Annual
High Potential Youth Recognition
program, held recently at Florida
Community College, South Cam-
pus. This is Harold's second award
from the fraternity.
Harold, a rising senior in the
International Baccalaureate
Diploma program at Paxon School
for Advanced Studies (PSAS), is a
member of the PSAS-National
Honor Society and the Beta Club.
He is an active member of the Teen
Ministry at Cherry Street Church of
Christ, and is also a jazz pianist, and
a junior docent and employee with
the Cummer Museum of Art and
Gardens. Harold has distinguished
himself as a member of Who's Who
Among American High School Stu-
dents and the National Honor Roll.
Upon graduation in 2006, Harold
will pursue a degree in aerospace
engineering.
The fraternity honors high
achieving students from Duval
County public and private schools
who scored at the 90th percentile or
higher on a national standardized
test and scored at achievement level
4 or higher on Florida Comprehen-
sive Assessment Test (FCAT). The
fraternity has been honoring stu-
dents since 1985. All students
received certificates indicating out-


standing academic achievement and
trophies or medallions.
During the program, over
$22,000 in scholarships wete
offered by various colleges and uni-
versities, as well as by the fraternity,
to 12th grade students who received
a composite score of 1000 or higher
on the Scholastic Aptitude Test
(SAT). Colleges and universities
that participated in the program, as
well as past programs, include the
University of North Florida, Edward
Waters College, Bethune-Cookman
College, Florida Community Col-
lege at Jacksonville, Florida A&M
University, Hampton University,
Florida Memorial University, Jack-
sonville University and University
of Florida.
The speaker for the event was


Local Marine graduates


Marine Corps Sgt. John McClean
III, son of Teresa Hopkins of Quincy
and John McClean, Jr of Laurin-
burg, N. C., recently graduated from
the Hygiene Equipment Operator
Non-Commissioned Officer Course
at Marine Corps Engineer School,
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune,
N. C.
With his newly acquired knowl-


ObitM*Arie4

Kim Standland

Kim Standland, 46, of Quincy, died
on Wednesday, May 18,. 2005. She
was a lifelong resident of Quincy, and
member of the Methodist faith. She
was a broker for Capital City Bank.
Graveside services were held Fri-
day, May 20 at Hillcrest Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be
made to March of Dimes Birth
Defects, Northwest Florida Chapter,
3375 Capital Circle NE, Tallahassee,
FL 32308.. Bevis Funeral Home of
Quincy had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her mother, Betty
Standland; her fiance, Jackie Snell; a
brother, Todd Standland; a sister,
Karen (Tim) Rowan; and two nieces,
Megan and Morgan Rowan all of
Quincy.

Bennie Woods, Jr.

Bennie. Gene Woods, Jr., 57, of
Orlando, died on May 17, 2005, in
Orlando. He was a native of Troy,
AL.
Funeral services will be at 4 p.m.
Thursday, May 26 at Bradwell Mor-
tuary Chapel in Quincy. Visitation is
from 10 a.m. to service time. Brad-
well Mortuary has charge of
arrangements.
He is survived by two daughters,
Emma Gene Gilyard, and Farrah
Woods both of Quincy; two sons,
Bennie Woods, Jr of Quincy and
Sonald Chaver of Orlando; three
sisters Annie Woods and Bobbie
4ene Smith of Quincy, and Ruby
iminuons of Troy, AL; three broth-
rs,Joe Frank (Bessie) Woods of
larianna, Willie Woods of'Quincy,
ind Roosvelt Woods of Troy, AL;
ne devoted uncle, FD. Beauchamp
f Quincy; and four grandchildren.


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tion and sanitation, McClean is
ready to apply these skills at a
Marine Corps base or field unit, pro-
viding troops with a safe and ade-
quate water supply. McClean is a
2000 graduate of James A. Shanks
High School of Quincy and joined
the Marine Corps in August 2001.


Mr. and Mrs. Lorenza Baker of
Troy, AL announce the engagement
of their daughter, Erica Starr Baker,
to Richard Leon Taylor, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor of
Quincy. Erica is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Fannie L. Gillis of Troy, AL,
and the late Mr. Henry Gillis, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Park
Baker.
The bride-elect is a 1997 gradu-
ate of Charles Henderson High
School and a 2001 graduate of
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
University in Tallahassee. Erica will
finish her MBA at the University of
Phoenix in the fall. She is currently


employed with Frito-Lay, Inc, in
Orlando as an operations manager.
The future groom is the grandson
of Mrs. Delia M. Moye of Quincy,
and the late Mr. Willie B. Moye, Sr.,
and the late Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Taylor. Richard is a 1997 graduate"
of James A. Shanks High School
and a 2004 graduate of Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical University.
He is employed by the Gadsden
County School Board, where he is a
science educator at East Gadsden
High School in Havana.
The wedding will be August 13,
2005, at 4:30 pm at the Greater
Saint Paul AME Church, Troy, AL:


Cornell Leverette Moore, Esq., the
grand sire archon-elect Sigma Pi Phi
Fraternity, who encouraged the stu-
dents to take advantage of his "10
Be's" plus one, which included be
fair, be available, be good, be honor-
able, be human, be known, be
needed, be ready, be responsive, be
yourself and'be humble.
Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc., is
the country's oldest African Ameri-
can fraternity. Unlike most fraterni-
ties which you can commonly iden-
tify, Sigma Pi Phi selects its mem-
bership from male college graduates
who are recognized as outstanding
achievers and productive citizens.
On June 9, 1984, Sigma Pi Phi Fra-
ternity, Inc., officially called
Gamma Beta Boule as its 74th sub-
ordinate chapter.


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