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VOLUME 106, NUMBER 39/24 PAGES/1 Section QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351 FIFTY CENTS
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Father: child

'overwhelmed'

by blacks in

local schools

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The Gadsden County School Dis-
trict has a policy that parents must
meet if a child is released from the
public schools in this county to
attend school in another county.
The school district has reasons to
approve or deny a request for trans-
fer, including medical reasons or
whether activities or classes are not
offered in a particular district. But
too many blacks students in the
school system is not a reason.
James Burkett moved to Gadsen
County not long ago from Bay
County (Panama City). He loves the
county, but the only problem is the
kids. At first the 11-year-old seemed
to be adjusting fairly well. The five-
year-old, he said, isn't doing so
well. "They are overwhelmed by so
-many blacks. In Panama City the
.schools were more equally divided.
M\ five-year-old throws up every
morning (before school) she's so
per- ous," Burkett said.
"I don't want to say its medical. I
don't know what to do. I'm embar-
rassed to come up here and say this
butI've got to be honest, what else
can I do?" he asked.
The father of 10 said his older
children had no problem attending
schools-with black students. "They
went to Rosenwald in Panama City
and that was a predominantly black
school," he said.
Burkett recalled.an incident when
he was in fourth grade and a little
black girl came to his school. "She
was the only one in the class. She
only stayed about two weeks. No
one did anything to her. But I
remember how she must have felt in
the class that day," Burkett said.
Chairman Judge Helms asked if
the children had been mistreated or
bullied and asked Burkett to give
the district another chance to edu-
cate his children.
In the end, however, the board
upheld the superintendent's recom-
mendation to deny the transfer of
the Burkett children.
In other matters, school board
member Eric Hinson asked school
superintendent Reginald James if
something couldn't be done about
the appearance of school campuses,
especially mowing. He said the
schools' groundskeeping isn't up to
par. "I was embarrassed at the way
one of the schools looked," Hinson
said.
James said that he, too, is dissatis-
fied with the caliber of mowing at
some schools. He said several
providers had been sent what
amounts to letters of reprimand
already and that when the request
for bids is re-issued some changed
will be made.
Also, school board members were
handed copies of old FCAT tests
that have been released by the state.
Jan Andserson asked the board
members to take the test, .which
should be passed by a tenth grader,
and grade themselves.
The test in not the official FCAT,
but is a Release Test, one that has
already been taken by students. The
test was released last month.
Also Senator Al Lawson was pre-
sented a plaque for the work he did
on behalf of the school district dur-
inc the 2005 leislaji]c session.


In The Mist


Wanda Zubr, right, with Tom and Barbie Reynolds, a 70-year-old California couple who
participated in the trek to see the silverbacks.


Legendary

Silverbacks

draw Quincy

woman to Africa

by BYRON SPIRES
lliai s St ul 1 -It Cv

It has been a dream of Wanda Zubr's for
several years to visit the mountain gorilla's
of Uganda.
Zubr is a resident of Quincy and president
of American Coatings located on South
Shelfer Street.
She has a passion to be a pan of the preser-
vation of both the gorillas and their habitat.
She has been an avid participant v.ith The
Mountain Gorilla Foundation which helps
protect the gorillas and their habitat. Her
concerns she said, lay with global conserva-
tion and especially the survival of animals.
This trip. Zubr said. was both educational
and enjoyable. -The country of Uganda is
beautiful." she will tell you.


Male gorilla seen during the trak, distin-
guished by the crown on his head
Zubr made the trip v ith friend Linda Wei-
denback from Tallahassee and her cousin
Anna Zubr from Venezuela, whose passion
for the world's animals also became
Wanda's.
Uganda, for history buffs. was under the
tyrannical reign of Idi Amin from 1971-
1979. Some will remember the famous suc-
cessful "Raid on Entebbe" by Israel to
recover passengers of a highjacked plane.
See GORILLAS on Page 9


Resignation




Elias asks,



Banks declines


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Quincy city manager Willie Earl
Banks found himself between a rock
and a hard place
at Tuesday
night's city con-
mission meeting.
Banks jas
asked by cit\
commissioner
Derrick Elias to
tender his resi- I
nation as cit\
manager.
Elias was still
reeling from the
city's earlier -
workshop \ hen
he was told that
the city's audit
was going to be
late again this
year.
"I'm dis-
pleased," Elias
said about the
audits. Elias had
warned Banks
three- months ago City M
that if the audit
was not done on time he would ask
for his resignation.
Elias said his concerns went
beyond the audit and included the
upcoming budget year's as well. He
said he had asked the city finance
director for an explanation about
why the audit was not completed on
time and she could not answer him.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor gave Banks
an opportunity to respond to Elias'
request.
Banks said that he had put into
place items to insure that the audit
was done on time and most of those
issues had been dealt with. He said
that he had given city finance direc-
tor Neva Reed certain requirements
which included correcting the prob-


lem with reconciliation that had
stymied this year's audit.
Before he finished Taylor asked
him to respond to Elias' question
about his resignation.


manager Willie Earl Banks

Banks said he would not tender his.
resignation at this time.
In Banks' defense, Taylor said that
the problem was not with Banks, but
in those that he had trusted to get the
job done.
Commissioner Finley Cook agreed
with Elias saying he was ready for a
"management change". Cook added
that he had problems with the cur-
rent status of how he and the other
commissioners received informa-
tion concerning the city's finances.
"I don't think we can make a qual-
ified decision for the city," Cook
said about the information that was
forthcoming from the staff about the
See BANKS on Page 22


County passes $30 million budget


Summer jobs for

kids, fire stations

get more funding

by ALICE DU Pont
Times Editor

The county passed a balanced budget of
nearly $30 million Monday evening after the
final public hearing on the matter. The millage
rate was set at 10 mills.
The youth of the county may be the biggest
'winners this year because the board voted to
spend $125,000 for a summer jobs program.
In past years, the amount set aside has been
between $25,000 and $35,000 annually. But
with four of the five commissioners saving
thai summer jobs keep kjds off the street and
out of trouble. staff \\as asked to irel'isit the


budget and find the money.
Chairman Ed Dixon said. he also met with
Tallahassee Community College officials,
who have been administering the program,
and Workforce to find out if more, money
could be added to the program to provide
more jobs. "I think this is going to be a great
partnership and the kids will be the ones to
benefit most," he said.
The money needed was taken from several
sources including the contingency fund and
reduced operating expenses by the board of
reduced overtime expenses. The BOCC also
voted to fund other non-profit organizations
that were not voted on in previous budget
meetings. Commissioner Eugene Lamb said
he did not favor supporting any non-profit
organization that could not account for how
the funds were spent. He made it clear that
administrative costs should not exceed serv-
ices.
I I ant to know ho\% e'.er,, penn\ is spent.
e'.eri quuticr." he said He jalo ieques-ted that


Marlon Brown, county manager, get a quar-
terly report from each non-profit and that no
funds be released until those reports are pre-
sented and approved. Next year the manager
plans to recommend that the money be given
to the United Way to divided among organiza-
tions.
Commissioners also addressed the need for
fire stations in the county. The two sites in
question are in Robertsville and Gretna. The
future fire stations would have four bays and a
community meeting room. Commissioner
Sterling Watson questioned the need for meet-
ing rooms that would add an additional
$100,000 to the cost of construction. Dixon
said the meeting rooms would encourage com-
munities to come together. "People have to
want to become volunteers (firefighters).
These places should be more than fire stations.
They should be a central gathering place for
communities to do what communities do." he
said
But the money to build the -tations \would


come from the road paving fund. Dixon
argued that the money will do greater good for
the community if spend now. Furthermore, he
said, the Road and Bridge Department can't
build any roads faster that they are now even
if the $300,000 they're using for the fire sta-
tions wasn't used.
"The Road and Bridge Department is flush
with money," Dixon said.
"They won't be flush long. That department
is flush with money now because of the bond.
It may be flush today and the borrowed money
will soon be gone and we will not be flush
with money," Watson said.
Lamb said he was disappointed that the
majority of the commissioners chose to use
the $300,000 in paving money for fire sta-
tions. "There are a lot of roads around here
that need to be paved. That should be our pri-
ority," he said. The one cent tax, he said, was
intended for paving. He asked commissioners

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Cast members are, left to
right Erin Howard,
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adults, $11 for seniors (55 up)o"
and $8 for students. Prices are $1
more at the door the day of the
performance. Reservations are
suggested for all performances to
ensure the best seats.


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"'tame It On The M7Jovies'


Quincy Music Theatre opens 23rd season

with salute to the silver screen


The Quincy Mtisic Theatre opens its 23rd season cho," "Jaws," "Gone With The Wind," "Go
with Blame it on the Movies! at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. "The Color Purple," "Footloose"_ and count
30 for two weekends of performances. ers, in a full-filled homage to movie musical
Curtain is at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30, ball comedies, shoot-em-up westerns, sizzli
Oct. 1, 7 and 8 and at 3 p.m. for the Sunday matinees romances, thrillers, action-adventure flicks
on Oct. 2 and 9. cal epics alike. It's the perfect celebration o
The corporate sponsor for this production is Premier screen onstage, live and in person!
Bank. The musical sequences of Blame it on the
" The sound of movies is saluted in this cheerful musi- were written by Ron Abel, Billy Barnes and
cal cavalcade of wonderful songs and themes from the Galligan from an original idea by FranklinI
world's favorites films. The original music and lyrics were written
Fresh and fast-paced, "Blame It On The Movies!" is Barnes with musical direction and arranged
a nostalgic treat that covers more ground than your Ron Abel.
average Friday night at the karaoke bar, featuring Ana Keller is the director for this Quincy
unforgettable tunes from _"The Wizard Of Oz," "Meet atre production and Tony Daniels is the mu
Me In St. Louis," "The Pink Panther," "Rocky," "Psy-


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manager, is now an employee of the
Town of Havana.
Council members unanimously
accepted town manager Susan Frei-
den's recommendation that McKin-
non be hired as Havana's finance
director and town clerk.
Freiden announced that Karen
Myrick, CPA, who has held both
positions for the past six and one-


About the Author:
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Quincy, Florida. After graduating
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down Friday and McKi
assume his new duties Mo
Myrick will stay on in
position Freiden told th
She will help with the trar
fill other roles as well.
Freiden had nothing but
the retiring Myrick, saying
done an outstanding job
that Myrick had put police
during her tenure that hav
Town of Havana financial
Concerning the hiring


innon will McKinnon, and Myrick in a part-
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t praise for continue the town's emphasis on
ng she had sound financial management.
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e made the Gadsden County Commissioner
lly strong. Eugene Lamb concerning the coun-
of McKin- See HAVANA on Page 10


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Quincy hears from auditors


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Audit woes were at the top
of the list for Quincy city
commissioners in Tuesday
afternoon's workshop.
Ron Thompkins from the
city's audit firm, Watson and
Rice, told commissioners that
the audit would not be com-
plete until "on or before
October 15", two weeks after
the official cut-off date of
September 30.
Thompkins said that he had
not received some of his
requested information until
8:30 Monday night.
When asked if he had all of
the information he needed,'
Thompkins said he felt that
he did, but he needed enough
time to complete the audit.


The dilemma started back in
July Thompkins said, when
the audit firm had problems
getting information they
needed to complete the audit.
He said they were ready at
that time to give the city a
"qualified audit report". A
qualified audit report would
say that there were some
unanswered questions con-
cerning the city's audit.
That designation would also
affect the city's bond issues
and start a series of problems
the city staff did not want to
deal with.
The staff asked that he con-
tinue to work on the audit
until he was able to provide
an "unqualified audit report",
which states the city has ful-
filled all of its audit require-
ments as required by the


state.
When asked why the audi-
tors were unable to receive
the needed information to fin-
ish the audit in a timely man-
ner, finance director Neva
Reed said that the city's bank
reconciliations were behind.
Reed said that there were sev-
eral months' worth of recon-
ciliations that were not done
correctly and she had to cor-
rect them before she could
provide the information to the
auditor.
Reed added that she had
reprimanded her staff about
the problem and had installed
a series of steps to ensure! that
the problem did not happen
again.
Commissioner Derrick Elias
asked Thompkins if he had
received the information ear-


Watson and Rice auditor Ron Thompkin speaks to
Quincy commissioners about the 2004 audit at Tuesday
nights workshop


lier would the audits have
been on time.


Photo by Byron Spires
Thompkins answered, yes to
Elias' question.


Commissioner Andy Gay
asked Thompkins if these
were the same "roadblocks"
he had encountered in last
year's audit.
Again Thompkins answered,
yes.
Commissioners had con-
cerns about the city's bonds
and state tax revenue sharing
or any penalties that may be
incurred because of the late
audit.
Thompkins said .that he
could see no.reason for any
repercussions at this 'time for
being a few weeks late on the
audit.
It was February of 2005
before the 2003 audit was
completed.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor
wanted a workshop to go over
the audit. The workshop will
be on Monday October 17 at
5 p.m. with a special called
meeting afterwards to sign off
on the audit.


Vicki Johnson named to Who 's


Giant tree falls on local home


Who Among American Teachers


A native of Gadsden


Latrecha Scott
Times Staff Writer


Love of students comes
naturally for Vicki Johnson,
national recognition is an
added bonus.
The Gretna Elementary
music instructor will go into
the books, her biography that
is, by Who's Who Among
America's Teachers. John-
son's biography will be pub-
lished in the books ninth edi-
tion, which will be available
this month. The publication
honors the nation's most
respected teachers.
Johnson who was nomi-

"The children
are
our future."

Johnson


nated by a past student fit the
criteria for her 21 years of
teaching students. "It's a
work of heart," Johnson said.
"The children are our future."

Read all


about it


every week


iMn the


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County Times


her time, energy and loyalty


Vicki Johnson teaches music at Gretna Elementary
School. photo by Alice DuPont


county Johnson received her
Bachelor's of Science degree
in Music Education and a
Master's of Educational
Leadership from Florida
A&M University. She says


to the district shows her
interest in children. "You
have to give of yourself, she
said and "I wanted to stay
around and nurture students
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by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

,James McMillian, Jr. and
Micheal Stokes got the scare of their
lives last Thursday morning. About
2 a.m. McMillian said he was sound
asleep. Stokes was up watching tel-
evision and went for a bathroom
break. At the same time as he
flushed the toilet he heard a noise so
loud that he "almost jumped out of
my skin". He thought someone
might have had a, terrible car acci-
dent because the lights went out too.
The truth was that a huge oak,
tree had crashed through the roof of
the small royal blue and white
wooden house at the comer of Live
Oak Street and Pat Thomas Park-
way. Part of the. tree's trunkbarely
missed McMillian and a branch
landed on the very spot where
Stokes had been sitting.
Awakened from a sound sleep
McMillian said he began screaming.
"I heard all of the noise and com-
motion. I did n' kno what was
happening. I was confused because
the noise woke me up. I ws trying to
get out of the room, but I kept run-
ning' into tree limbs and insulation
was flying all over the place.


McMillian said he called out to
Stokes who was trapped in another
part of the house.
"I came out of the bathroom and
felt my way to where James was but,
a big branch was blocking the door.


Not, knowing what might happen
next the 'two roommates decided
they needed to get out. McMillian
crawled out of the window in his
bedroom while Stokes crawled out
of the window! at the rear of the
house.
The two .managed to get out of
the house with their lives intact and
no injuries. For that, they say, they,
are thankful. But as renters they
have lost everything. All of the fur-
niture, including a big screen televi-
sion, are gone. !"Now with the rain
the living room, dining room, and
bedroom furniture are gone. .We
managed to get back in and get a
few clothes, but that's all," McMil-.
lian said Tuesday afternoon during a,
steady drizzle.


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Time to donate blood


inding Roads

By: Byron SpiresI


Catching ol' Sam


With all of the tragedy
whirling around us for the past
month so many people have
stepped up to the plate and
emptied their pockets, closets
and cupboards. There are many
among us who would like to
give but don't have the finances
to spare.
I was talking about this to a
friend the other day who com-
mented to me that a lot of peo-
ple don't have money, but there
is so much more that can be
given.
In his lifetime he guessed
that he has donated about eight
gallons of blood. It occurred to
me that with all of the prob-
lems our neighbors are likely to
face in the coming months,
they too will need blood. Just
the other night while watching


a newscast about the cleanup
effort that has begun in many
places, the reporter said the
cleanup is one of the most dan-
gerous parts of the storm. Peo-
ple anxious to remove tree
limbs will grab a chainsaw or
ax or another sharp instrument
and begin working to clear
debris. Some will be operating
them for the first time and acci-
dents are bound to happen and
off they go to the nearest med-
ical facility.
They will need blood
If you can't send money to
the Red Cross or give to
another charity, the gift of your
time is appropriate. Organiza-
tions need people to answer the
phones or do other office
chores. I recall hearing some-
place that in the aftermath of


Hurricane Rita, the Red Cross
alone needed an additional
40,000 volunteers, A few hours
a week of your time could
make the difference in some-
one's life and would be a
tremendous help to the local
office. People are always
needed to file papers, answer
telephones or lend a sympa-
thetic ear. No job is too small
when it comes to alleviating the
suffering of others.
Churches that have become
collection points are a good'
place to start, too. Offer to help
sort donated items. The task of
distribution will be so much
easier if like items are grouped
together. Now is not the time to
be selfish. Time and talent are
worth as much, if not more,
than money.


It happened on one of the many Thursday
afternoon fishing trips that I took with my dad
to Lake Talquin.
I had heard about the giant catfish, "nearly as
big as a man," that swam in the waters of the
lake. I remember hearing the adults talk about
how if you fell in the lake and old "Sam" was
around he would surely get you before you hit
the water good.
They said he could snap a fifty pound test
line like it was sewing thread and the few
people that actually did hook him had given
up fishing all together, rather than take the
chance of hooking him again.
I can remember my dad saying, "You better
be still, if you fall in ol' Sam's liable to get
ya." It worked, too. I didn't want him going
home after a long day on the lake and tell my
mother that I had fallen in and a big catfish
had eaten me, so I sat still.
I can also remember seeing the line sing off
the end of my dad's fishing rod and hearing
the "snap" as it broke the twenty pound test
line. My dad would say, "That must've been
ol' Sam that broke my line." I in turn would
move to the center of the boat, plant both my
feet firmly on the floor and pray I didn't fall
in. Because there was no doubt in my mind
that ol' Sam was waiting under the boat for a
morsel of a chubby Spires' child.
By; eleven years old, however, I thought I
knew all that there was to know and consid-:
ered that the tales about "Sam" fell into the
same category as Santa Claus and the Tooth
Fairy. ,:
As far as I was concerned it was just
another adult ploy to keep me still.
That is until I caught ol' Sam.
Actually I didn't catch him, I just hooked
him.
We had a ritual on Thursdays of fishing
until about 30 minutes before dark and then
the adults would clean and cook the fish we
caught that afternoon. There's few things any
better that fresh cooked bream, hush puppies,
cheese grits and fresh cut onions by the way.
This particular evening my dad let me take.
the boat back out and putter around before we
had to go in and eat, I had recently bought
myself a Zebco 33 combo with my tobacco
money and decided I would make a few casts
near the point, about a hundred yards from the


dock.
I had a "The Thing" which was a small lure
used to catch bream. I made two or three cast
towards the bank and didn't even get a bump.
So, I turned to the other side of the boat and
cast into the deeper water. I let it sink for a
few seconds and then started reeling it in.
The next thing I knew the rod nearly
jumped out of my hand when something big
hit the lure. Half of the tip end of the rod was
in the water and the drag was screaming
before I even knew what had happened.
The drag quit screaming and I started reel-
ing a hard as I could. The fish was coming
straight up from the bottom. Just before it
reached the top, it swirled and headed for
deeper water off the front of the boat. The
drag started squealing again and I just held
on. The reel I knew held about a hundred
yards of twelve pound test line.
I couldn't stop the fish at all and expected
to see the end of the line at any second spit
out the end of my rod. In addition the boat
was slowly being dragged across the lake by
the fish as he headed for deeper water.
I just held the rod up and reeled in a few
feet every time the fish quit running and the
drag quit screaming.
I don't know how long this went on, proba-
bly only a few minutes, but it seemed a lot
longer.
.; What happened next has; always perplexed
me. If it was 01' Sam, he was a smart fish,
because all of a sudden he made a run straight
back towards the boat. Again I reeled like
crazy to catch up the slack.
He went under the boat and as soon as the
line straightened out it snapped like a twig.
I had lost "O1' Sam".
I never actually saw him, but the swirl he
made rocked the 16-foot wooden boat we had.
I couldn't wait to get back and tell everyone
about my experience with 01' Sam.
Did they believe me you're probably ask-
ing? Well, I don't really know for sure if they
did, but they did let me tell them the story and
show them the broken line on my reel and
rod.
Was the fish I lost ol' Sam? I don't know
and never will know. But there are some big
ol' catfish in Lake Talquin and this was a fish
story, so you tell me.


Headed home.....
Wanda Zubr took this excellent phot while she was traveling in Africa of a lone walker with his bike full
of bannas.


Dear Editor,

I remember Josephine
Steele, who was the
Bible teacher at the local
school. She was hired
the year that I started the
first grade. When she
first started working as
the Bible teacher she
was not in a wheel chair;
she had to use a wheel
chair in the later part of
the time she spent teach-
ing in Quincy.
I remember the flannel


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board that Ms. Steele
used. She would put the
Biblical characters on the
flannel board. To this day
whenever I think of Bibli-
cal Advent I think of the
Biblical characters on
that flannel board.
A few years into her ill-
ness she left Quincy by
ambulance. She went to
her hometown in Virginia
where she was cured of
her illness. She returned
to Florida, and moved to
Clearwater where she
became a Latin teacher. I
remember how surprised
I was to see that she was
able to walk again.

Sincerely,
Mortimer B. Bates III


Correction

In an article in last week's
edition, it was reported that for-
mer county commissioner Bill
McGill died of lung cancer two
years ago. A woman identifying
herself as Mr. McGill's sister
notified the editor that Mr.
McGill's death was caused by
liver cancer and that he passed
in February of 2004, 19 months
ago, not two years ago (24
months) as reported. We regret
the error and apologize to the
family.New of Record

Gadsden County Sheriff's
office arrest report Sept. 19

Ronterrious Phillips-FTA/grand theft by
PWBC, FTA/uttering, FTA/PWBC F3,
FTA/obtaining property or service by
PWBC and criminal mischief; Melodie
Cason-preventing or obstructing extin-
guishment of fire; Calvin Phillips-sexual
battery; Scott Doherty-VOP/PWBC;
Steven Johnson-FTA/VOP/possession of
controlled substance/carrying concealed
weapon and VOP/carrying a concealed
firearm; Wendy Jordon-forgery/grand
theft.
Darell Williams-VOP/grand theft motor
vehicle; Christopher Whitaker-VOP/sale
of cocaine and VOP/possession of con-
trolled substance; Toran Green-burglary
and grand theft; Torryce Baker-burglary;
Ronnie Hinson-aggravated assault
(domestic) and aggravated battery; Karin
Jones-possession of controlled substance
(cocaine).
Anita King-sale of crack cocaine and


possession of crack cocaine w/intent to
sell; Jawanna Williams-FTA/VOP/utter-
ing; Vernon Ellison-burglary of a dwelling
and- grand theft; Stinson Sutton-posses-
sion of cocaine and VOP/felony battery;
William Maxwell-aggravated battery.
Sept. 26: K.E. Donald-burglary of struc-
ture, grand theft and felony criminal mis-
chief; Jerome Robinson-burglary of struc-
ture/unoccupied; Anthony Hall-burglary
of occupied dwelling, battery, assault and
petit theft; Brandon Barkley-lewd and las-
civious acts; Roderick Jerger-VOP/pos-
session of cocaine; Christopher Parker-
VOP/sale of cocaine/possession of
cocaine w/intent 2 cts and burglary with


aggravated battery.
Anthony Thomas-possession w/intent to
sell cocaine and sale of cocaine; Brandon
Barkley-lewd or lascivious conduct; Dei-
dra Mathis-fraud 4 cts; Dwayne Walker-:
VOP/PWBC and FTA/PWBC; Nadi
Salters-fraud (identity theft) 11 cts and
obstruction by disguise 1 ct; Willi:
Knight-domestic battery, battery on
,LEO, escape and RAWV; John Bauldree
possession of cocaine, possession of mar
ijuana and possession of paraphernalia
David Acree-possession of cocaine, pos
session of marijuana and possession o
paraphernalia; Alphonso Lee-VOP/pos
session of a F/A by convicted felon.


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Pioneer contractor passes away


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The county lost one of its most
prominent citizens last week with
the death of Selmo Bradley.
Bradley, 87, was one of the first
African Americans to hold a build-
ing contractor's license in Gadsden
'County. He is credited with build-
ing some of the finest homes in the
Big Bend.
Bradley taught himself to read
blue prints for houses and com-
merical buildings. He also built
many churches, stores and com-
merical buildings, and renovated
several churches, as well as adding
fellowship halls and parsonages.


Art students observed


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

For several weeks leading up to
International Peace Day, observed
September 2, students in Donna
Lowman's art classes at James A.
Shanks Middle School were busy
ma~inig pinwheels. The joined mil-
lions of other students around the
world last Thursday when they
"planted" their work in front of the
school,
The event was intended to create
a visual public statement about
peace. Locally, students like
LaPortia Scott and Laterricka
Davis used phrases like "stop all
the drama'" and "let's all get
together" to make their point about
peace. Lowman said she wanted
her students to become involved in
the project because violence has
become commonplace and
accepted as part of our society, and
for some students, a way of life.


"He was was like a brother to
me. He was my mother's first
cousin so he was in or house quite
a bit. Like most young men, he
wanted to succeed in life and make
a name-for himself. In the 40s he
went off to Mobile to build ships.
He fell off a scaffold and broke his
hip. My mother collected $1.41
from the Sunday School and sent it
to him to help with his expenses.
He always said that was the best
$1.41 he ever got," said Bud Jones.
He characterized Bradley was a
man who loved the church and was
active in every aspect. Jones said
Bradley practiced his religion
daily. "I don't know how many
people he has helped. He would do


r International Peace Day by
Students plant pinwheels for world peace
"" - ". .. q -. hS .


Shanks Middle School students planted pinwheels Thursday.
photo by Alice DuPont


"The hope is that the Pinwheels
for Peace project will help students
make a public statement about their
feelings on peace," Lowman said.
Jean Armaned made five pin-
wheels. "I wrote things like peace,
unity, and love on mine because I.
thought the words meant what the


project is all about," he said, plant-
ing one of his creations. Although
the day was hot and sultry, occa-
sionally a brief wind would start
the pinwheels. Devonta, Knight
said, "look, it's spinning,"' as his
art work picked up a little speed.
Organizers said the spinning of


Four arrested in two drug busts


by ALICE DU POINT
Times Editor

:Thvree GSadsdenv Comuty men were.
lr.!itj-d1 Ijlst ~. weck in .,4bgky ,Cuuloj.,
,ind cl-harged; ..ith sale, Qf ciack:
cocaine. Arrested were Charles
Edward Flowers, 30, of 620. S. Atlanta
,Street; Roy Anthony Pruitt, 41, of
Gretna; and Timothy Green, 34, of
Mabry Lane, Quincy.
According to a report released by
the Gadsden County Sheriff's Depart-
ment Drug Unit, the arrests concluded
.a two week investigation conducted
with the Liberty County Sheriff's
Department. "During this investiga-
tion a series of undercover crack
cocaine buys were made by the drug
unit from Timothy Green. Green was
also a person of interest to the Liberty
County Sheriff's Department as a
dealer of crack cocaine to Liberty
County users," wrote Sgt. Jim Corder.
Last. week, the drug unit made
arancLements f,.r Green to deliver and
sell 1111.1 v.:rth of crack to an agent
wi working v. ith the drug unit in Liberty


C,'tnii \\When (Greern arrived he v.a'.
accompanied by Floweis and Prult.
During the transaction, officers said
Gfeen gaive Pruitt the crack cocaine
; adi4/tld'himto sell it iAter the',sale
P:uit returned to thlic er achl and gave.,
the money from the purchase to Flow-
ers, who allegedly also works for
Green.
After the. sale, the three were
arrested. Later, authorities found more
crack cocaine, packaged for sale, at
Green's residence. In addition to the
sale of crack cocaine charge, Green
was also cbrged with possession with
intent to distribute crack cocaine and
maintaining a dwelling where drugs
are stored, sold, and consumed. A
criminal history check 'showed that
Green and Flowers are convicted
felons. All three are in custody in the
Liberty County jail and could face
enhanced penalties for conducting the
drug sale within 1,000 feet of a public
school.
In an unrelated drug incident
Anthony Augusta Thomas, 40, of 159
Strong Road in Quincy, was arrested


Timothy Green


Ad^


things for people ard no one ever lot of people: and .I can truthfully
knew about it. He didn't like for say that Selmo Bradley stands
people to pin roses on him," he out,' he said. Bryant knew Bradley
said. :also as a contractor.: When Bradley
Bradley was a member 'of the: built- the couple's home, Bryant
African .Methodist -.Episbpal said': h- always went that extra
Church and served 28 years foithe miled,"T' ier- was nothing that my
General Church as a delegate topll wife askedd :im._ to-:do or change
meetings and eight years onr.the,. that- h: didn't -accotimodate her
Epsicopal Committee. He -erved- o e,"; hesaidi:;.. -
12 years as vice presidentof -th, "/.He wbs :ni.neighbpr for over
Connectional Lay -Organization- 310 years;.g He~was an entrepeieur
and travelled extensively: throutgfh- "wtiihen;it Wis ncofiventional for a
out the nation on :a behalf i.iick'i teI-'.6-. blia d e was sin-.
church. Until his death he wa a ce.rel ariice guyb`uie'was sterm.
member of St. John AM. EChiirch' Onie.tiigig about Seni.Bradley,
and was a driving force. among fhy-& : you kneliw what waS- expected,"
members. : .; said Ed-Dixon, chairman of the
Former school superintendent Board of County Commissioners.
Robert Bryant said'.BradleV:Iwas." One '6f: Bradley's sons,
one of the finest individuals.ie has- Thurstori;:nho-has worked with his
ever met. "There are people who fathier for the past 18 \ears said he
stand out in your life. I have dmet a' was more than fair lien it came to


'eating pinwheels

the pinwheels in .the -wind will
spread thoughts and feelings about
peace throughout the country. ii.d:,
the world. Lowman said she felt the
project would bea good one for her
students because it would provide a
positive way-for thenn to express
themselves through art. "Some of
them really enjoyed it. and made.
more than one, 'Some were verN
creative in the art 'the\ chose' to
draw on their pin heels,'" Lowman
said. "
T\ree Roberts -aid he wrote a
special message on his pinw heel to
remind fellow students of their
actions. "1 \\rote 'respect your.ekl-
ers' on mine because I feel that too
many student do'not shoe\ enough'
respect to the elderly The\ need to ,
know that ou can learn lot from
them," he said. : .
The pinwheel was selected
because it reminds us of: a;tiie
when things were simple. joyful.
and peaceful, according. to lbo-
man. ..
sle- ja the Smiet Mart on South
Adainm Street. "-Members 3f.(he.drug
unit set up s\rxefllance on.the store-
and obser'.ed Thomas arrive and.meet
a person kno'%n to the drug unit as a
user of crack," 'Corder \ rote.
\'hen metribers of the' drig unit
approached Thm.nias. v.ho '..'as singing
in his \ehllc. the\ reco\ered several
pieces of crack cocaine read. for
,sale.Thomas %tas immediately taken'
into cusod'. and taken to the Gadsden
County jail. He could, however, face
enchaced charges for conducting drug
sales with 200 feet of a convenience
store. ''
Anyone with informadorO dg
suspicious or drug activity is askJed.to.
call Sgt. Corder at S755-S47 or 39 :
4138. '- :' .
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employees. "He treated all of us
the same. He told us that less than
100 percent was not good enough
and that we should always do 150
percent. We had to go above and
beyond on jobs because my father
believed that a good name was
worth more than money," he said.
He called his father a "straight
shooter" who made a point of
never taking anything from any
man. He always pointed out the
right thing. He used to say to me
.'you can short yourself but not oth-
ers'. "
Services for Bradley were held
Wednesday, September 28, at St.
John AME Church. He is survived
by his wife Mary Elizabeth, 10
children, 22 grandchildren, 23
great-grandchildren, and a great-
great-grandchild.


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1st Baptist hosts Beth Moore TV simulcast


A special simulcast featuring Beth
Moore will be sponsored by the
Women's Ministry of the First Bap-
tist Church of Quincy on Friday,
Oct. 7 from 7 to 9:30 pm and Satur-
day, Oct. 8, from 9 am to 12:30 pm.
Tickets are $25. For more infor-
mation you may call the church
office at 627-9688
Beth Moore is a woman of pur-
pose, preparation, prayer and pas-
sion. It's apparent in ever\ thing she
does. Irom teaichinr Stiridail, 'Schrt ol'
ji her home church to shariniie her
biblical insights and observations in
her Bible studies and books.
Long before her Bible studies were
ever published, Beth spent countless
hours preparing each week's lesson
for her weekday class at Houston's
First Baptist Church. The class has
grown from a handful of women to
over 200, and the lessons Beth has
taught them since 1984 have
resulted in the popular Bible studies
utilized by nearly 750.000 people
each year.
The demand for new Bible study


It's Time

ForA

Change

I will bless the Lord ja all times, his
praises shall continually be in my'
mouth Psalm 34:1 KJV. Even through
the sickness, apd through the pain, we
still have reasons to bless him.
We are living in a sick world. 2
Chron. 7:14, If my people which are
called by my name shall humble
themselves and pray [not just uttering
words but pray], and seek my face,
and turn from their sins, which is the
cause for it all] then will I hear from
heaven and will forgive their sins first,
then heal the land [not New Orleans,
Mississippi, Georgia, Florida or
Alabama, etc]. It is no state in particu-
lar, it is the world that God is speak-
ing to. Can we hear his voice?
It's time for a change. 2 Chron 7:19
states, but after all the storms and
other disasters if you turn away and
forsake the decrees and commands I
have given you, and go off to serve
other gods and worship them, then
will I uproot them, from my land
which I have given them (Interna-
tional Version). We who are left after
all the storm don't know when it is
our time but we have a chance now
(I.N.S.V. Hebrews 3:7-11). Today if
you hear my voice, do not harden
your hearts, as you did in the rebel-
lion. During the time of testing in the
desert when' your fathers tested and
tried'me for forty years, they saw
what I did. Can America look back
and see how God has and still blesses
us? They saw what I did but failed to
obey my word, that is why I was
angry with that generation.
Could God be getting tired, or angry
with us today; It is time for a change.


material! "! learned that living in victory
means Beth i happens when you absolutely
spends a -'. -- render to the total power of Go
good por- I lEto His truth."
tion of ech Raised in Arkansas and Tex
week studs- Christian parents, she welc
ing and Jesus into her heart at a very
wr ii tn Lh age. But she fell into the har
when someone who could not be ti
isn't trJael- and became a victim of some
ing across hood abuses.
the country The troubled little gir"gryi
land soilnetimes. [he world po seak "i'necu'ie.'youn \~omnajp t ho
to the thtousands 'o llf oe' Iw i' n\'na wrong choicesE "Ier)
attend her Living Proof conferences.'J tdid something foolish, I'd cr)c


The positive response to her work
is encouraging, but Beth is still trou-
bled by the fact that so many believ-
ers seem to be merely "getting by"
rather than experiencing the abun-
dant life promised in Scripture.
Beth identifies with discouraged
believers because she, too, once felt
defeated before the transforming
power of God's Word changed her
life. But, she acknowledges she
learned an important lesson that she
now shares with other believers. "I


God is still having mercy on the
world today. It is time for a national
revival. Ruth 3:13 states, he that has
ears to hear let him hear what the
spirit is saying to the churches.
I.N.S.V. Matt. 24:37 KJV states, but
as it was in the daj s of Noah, they
were eating, drinking, etc. After all
that God has done for this nation
alone, what are we doing today?
Noah kept preaching "it is going to
rain", but when the rain began, it was
too late to make any changes.
Now is the time to make a change,
we can't tell how or when but let us
heed the call for a day of prayer and
let us remember the scripture about
we should always pray and live in the
spirit of prayer. It is time for a change.
Humbly submitted,
Florence M. Bradwell

JAS Class of 1976
Class members of the JAS Class of
1976 are asked to come out and wor-
ship with class members Rev. Eddie
and Ella (Hall) Richardson on Sunday,
Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. Rev. Richardson is
the pastor of New Life Ministries
located in Douglas City.
SFor directions to the church, please
contact Rev. and First Lady Richard-
son at 850-627-8898. Plans are to fel-
lowship every other month with class
members who are pastors of local
churches. Please come out and support
this spiritual reunion.

Pastor's Appreciation Day
at Faith Cornerstone
Faith Cornerstone Church Ministry
will have a week of appreciation for
Pastor Virginia M. Smith Monday,
October 3 through Sunday, October 9.
Faith Cornerstone Church is located in
Malone. Services will be held October
3-8 at 7:30 p.m. and October 9 at 10
a.m. cst.


God 'why do I do the things I do?'
But I never felt abandoned by Him."
The summer after her freshman
year at Southwest Texas State Uni-
versity, Beth surrendered to God's
call on her life to full-time Christian
vocational service. She graduated,
married and began raising a family
with her husband, Keith. In addition
to raising their two daughters, they
were also parents to the son of a
close relative for seven years.


GHM announcements

Weekly services: Wednesday noon
day prayer; Saturday morning
prayer 9-10; Sunday-Church In
Training 9 a.m. & Morning Glory at
10 a.m.
All women and'men ministers will
meet with Pastor Thomas immedi-
ately after,prayer 10 to 11 a.m. Oct.
1St.
Victory Church with Pastor Dubose
will be at Greater Harvest Ministries
Oct. 2 at 5 p.m.
African Tea will be held Oct. 8 at 2
p.m. Please invite other guests and
dress in your African attire. For
more information please contact
Linda Johnson at 766-2460 or 877-
8035.
There will be an ordination service
Oct. 9 at 4 p.m. Bro. Michael
Barnes, ministers Daryl Home and
Howard Lane and missionary Mary
Thomas will be ordained. A fellow-
ship dinner will follow.

Licensing and
ordination service
God's House of Prayer, Whosoever
Will House of Prayeer, and Christian
Life Center, Inc. cordially invite the
public to witness the licensing and
ordination service of Sis. Annie D.
Nolen and Sis. Britney N. Wright as
associate ministers of the Gospel on
Sunday, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m. The service
will be held at Raise-to-Praise Chris-
tian Fellowship, 2328 Apalachee
Parkway in Tallahassee.
Apostle Jeffrey and Prophetess
Debra Wooden of Ministries of God
International in Marianna will be
officiating. For further information
please contact Elder Nathan A.
Wright or Pastor Kathy M. Wright at
850-386-7772.
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Obitcuri.s


Nora Worley Bailey
Nora Worley Bailey, 92, of Carrabelle, died on Thursday, September 22,
2005, in Carrabelle. A native of Andalusia, AL, she moved to Blountstown
in 1947, and to Carrabelle in 1955. She loved her Lord, her husband and her
children.
SFuneral services were Sept. 24 at Fellowship Baptist Church in Carrabelle
with burial at Magnolia Cemetery in Blountstown. Bevis Funeral Home of
Bristol had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by two daughters, Janette Lakey of Panama City and
JoAnn (Rush) Gander of Carrabelle; a son, Billy (Babs) Bailey of Carra-
belle; nine grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and three great-great-
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Bailey, in 1960.

,Sara "Bessie" Barber
Sara Elizabeth "Bessie" Goodson Barber, 88, of Pelham, GA, died on
Monday, September 26, 2005, at home. Borp May 14, 1917, in Mitchell
County to John Leland and Charlie Lee Tyus Goodson, she was a home-
maker and had worked for Coats and Clark of Pelham. She was a member
of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church.
Funeral services were Sept. 28 at Parker-Bramlett Funeral Home with Rev.
Joseph Brown and Rev. Arnold Buckner officiating, and burial in Mt. Pleas-.
ant Baptist Church Cemetery. Parker-Bramlett Funeral Home of Camilla,
GA, had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by seven daughters, Edna (John) Barrentine, Josephine
Eidson and Lynda (Woodrow) Myrick all of Pelham, GA, Annette Hamilton
Iof Albany, GA, Nancy (Forace) Baggett of Whigham, GA, and Sue (Jimmy)
Hosey and Delores (Chris) Smith both of Quincy; two sons, Terry (Teresa)
Barber of Sasser, GA, and Danny Barber of Pelham, GA; 38 grandchildren,
61 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Elijah Barber; four sons, Junior
Barber, Truman Barber, Wayne Barber, and Edward "Doc" Barber; and a
daughter, Sandra Gail Barber.

Selmo Bradley
Selmo Bradley, 87, of Quincy, died R
on Thursday, September 22, 2005. at "|
home. A native of Gadsden County he W ii' p" l
was a business owner and contractor.
and member of St. John AME Church.
Funeral services were Sept. 28 at St.
.John AME Church with the Re\.
Matthew Bryant officiating and burial'
at St. Johin Cemetery. Williams '
Funeral Home had charge of arrange-
ments.
! He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth
Bradle\. of Quincy; four sons, Tern
,ShelJa) Bradley of Tampa, Clarencr
(Bessie) Bradley of Mobile, AL.
Michael (Linda) Bradley of San Anto-
nio, and Thurston (Shalondal Bradley
of Quincy; six daughters, Annell Foley
of Las Vegas, NV, Dorothy '(Amos) Thigpen of Los Angeles, CA, Barbara
(Rudy) Givens of Tallahassee, Mary (Richard) Bartlett of Winter Garden,
Juanita iThaddeusi Collins of Dajtona Beach. and-Be\erl\ Robinson of
Q I.: iv'.. .~I'.icr'. E'LlIc Nli ac.k ofc Mobilc. .AL. and Jo-cplimc Ni rick ,_'
Tllahassee: .22'grandchildren. 23 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-
:grandchild.

Erma Louise Bunch
SErma Louise Bunch of Cincinnati, OH, died on Friday, September 16;
2005. in Cincinnati. She was a native of Columbus County and a member
of St Mark Parish in Cincinnati.
SFuneral services were Sept. 24 in Climax, GA, with burial at Conyers
[Cemetery in Climax. Bradwell Mortuary had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by a daughter, Carolyn Griffith of Ft. Thomas, KY; a sis-
ter, Corrie (Joe) Wright of Tallahassee; one grandson, one granddaughter,
i and two great-grandchildren.

,Sammy Lee Gibson
SSammy Lee Gibson, 49, ofAttapulgus, GA, died on Thursday, September
[22, 2005, at Bainbridge Health Care in Bainbridge, GA.
.i memorial service was held Sept. 25 at Chandler's Funeral Home Chapel,
Attapulgus, who had charge of arrangements.
SHe is survived by his mother, Kate Smart Mohammed of Quincy; two sons,
Sammy (Rhonda) Gibson, Jr. of Marianna and Tray Gibson of Havana; care-
i giver, Willie Wiliford of Attapulgus; five brothers, Adolphus (Geraldine)
Peterson of Attapulgus, Larry (Debra) Peterson of Havana, Marshall.Henry
of Quincy; Felix: (Shenika) Henry of Hazel Green, AL, and Arthur (Erika)
Henry of San Antonio, TX; three sisters, Linda Barnes of Quincy, Fannie
(Bruce) Forte of Sanford, and Lena (James) Miller of Tallahassee; and a
host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lillie Mae Hendrix
. Lillie Mae Hendrix, 78, of Greensboro, died on Tuesday, September 20,
2005, in Tallahassee. A native of Gadsden County, she was a member of St.
Joseph PB Church.
Funeral services were Sept. 23 at St. Joseph PB Church in Greensboro,
with burial in Greensboro Community Cemetery. Bradwell Mortuary had
charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her husband, Wesley Hendrix, Sr. of Greensboro; six
daughters, Dorothy (John) Chaney, Linda (Larry) Grandberry, Christine
Hendrix, Mary Helen (Julian) Hendrix and Gloria DeVonne (Tim) Hamilton
all of Greensboro, and Delons (Eddie) Randolph of Tallahassee; four sons,
Eddie (Mary) Grandberg, Sr. of Chattahoochee, Wesley Hendrix, Jr. of
Ha\ ana. David Lee (Darlene) Hendrix, Sr. of Tallahassee, and Vergil Lamar
t Hendrix of Fort Walton Beach; a sister, Annie Lee Barnes of Greensboro, a
brother Sam Baker, Jr. of Greensboro; and 20 grandchildren.

Albert Jerger


SAlbert Jerger, 75, of Tallahassee, died on Wednesday, September 21, 2005,
in Tallahassee. A lifelong resident of Tallahassee, he was a member of St.
Mary Missionary Baptist Church, and a retired truck driver for Big Bend
Roof & Trusses.
Funeral services are Saturday, Oct. 1, at 11 a.m. ET at New St. Mary MB
Church in Havana with Elder William Maxwell officiating and burial in the
church cemetery. The funeral cortege will assemble at 14959 Fairbanks
Ferr Ct. in Tallahassee. Strong & Jones Funeral Home Tallahassee has
charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 56 years, Thelma Lee
Dickey Jerger of Tallahassee; four daughters, Earnestine (Joseph) McGriff,
Sr.. Carolyn (George) Youmas, Sr., Deborah (John) Anderson, Sr., and
ShirleN (Johnny) Bozman; eight sons, Willie Jerger, James Archie (Ahgela)
Jerger, Augustus Jerger, Keneth (Gwendolyn) Jerger, Samuel Jerger,
iAnthony Jerger, Derrick (Rhanisa) Jerger and Roger Jerger; a brother,
Raleigh Juggar; six sisters, Eula Paul, Hattie (Andrew) Slater, Robbie (Roo-
sevelt) Adams, Shenezia (Roy) Jackson, Margaret (Rufus) Conyers and
Cathy (George) Adams; his mother-in-law, Penny L. Dickey; 34 grandchil-


dren, 39 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren, and a
host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Freddie Jerger.

Tommie Jones, Jr.
Tommie Jones, Jr., 50, of Quincy, died
on Sunday, September 25, 2005, in Tal-
lahassee. He was a native of Gadsden
County.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. Satur-
day, Oct. 1, at Revival Center of Out-
reach Ministries in Havana, and burial
at Sunnyvale Cemetery in Quincy.
Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday at
Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of
arrangements.
He is survived by three daughters,
Phyllis Jones, Jessica Jones and Ros-
alyn Jones all of Quincy; his father,
Tommy Jones, Sr. of Quincy; two sis-
ters, Lila Bradly of Quincy and
Luretha Rush of Tallahassee; two
brothers, Charles Earl Hatten of
Dothan, AL, and David Sinclair of
Quincy.

Curtis Milton
Curtis Milton, 74, of Blountstown, died on'Friday, September 23, 2005 in
Blountstown. A native of Calhoun County, he was a member of New Hope
MB Church. Bradwell Mortuary had charge of arrangements.
Graveside services were Sept. 28 at Russ Cemetery in Blountstown.
He is survived by caregiver, Gloria Parish of Bristol, and Lloyd Parish of
Bristol.

Benjamin Lee Mitchell IV
Benjamin Lee Mitchell IV. 2-1. of
Quincy died Saturday. September 24.
2005, at Universit- of Flonda Shands
Hospital Burn Center in Gainesville.
He was a native of Quinc.. member of
New Bethel Primitive Baptist Church
in Havana and was a truck dri\ er in the
paving industry.
Funeral services are 1 p.m. Saturday.
Oct. 1 at Palace AlME Church %% ith the
Rev. Dan Clemons, Sr. officiaung. and
burial in Mt. Zion Cemeter) in
Havana. Madry IMemorial Funeral
Chapel has charge of arrangements.
He is survived by ius mother. Timo-
lin Bodison-Baker of Quincy: stepfa-
ther, Jeffery Baker. Sr. of QuincXy:
father, Benjamin Lee Mitchell [ of
Tallahassee;' o stepmother. Debra
Mitchell of Tallahassee; son. Benjamin
'Markeith hitchell. of Quinc : a daughter. Benilah A. litchell of Quinct: a
brother,; Timothy Markeith lMitchell (Nyesha Pugh I of Quinc stepbrothers.
Jeffer. Baker.' Jr. and Ga\in' Christopher Baker both of Orlando: stepsister.
Andreka Baker of Quincy; maternal grandfather. Revi Dan Clemons, Sr. of
Haines City; paternal grandparents L.C. and Rose Williams of Tallahassee;
paternal erpgrandmother. Dororth Baker of Quinc\: godparents, AndreCu
and La on\ a \'oodaid ol Jackson,,lie. i mothers 0 hmu ckhldIr.n.. Sha\ and0,
Colster and G\vondoli n Sham. both of Quincy: devoted uncle. Wendell Bod-
isont of Havana; devoted friend, Montreesha Robinson of Quincy; a host of
aunts, uncles and other relatives and friends..

Stanley Reed,
Stanley Reed, 29, of Quincy, died on Thursday, September 22, 2005, at
Eden Springs Nursing Home. He was a native of Gadsden County.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at Mt. Pilgrim PB Church
with the Rev. Mark Wilkerson officiating and burial at Sunnyvale Cemetery.
Visitation is Friday at Williams Funeral Home, who has charge of arrange-
ments.
He is survived by five brothers, Clifford (Mary) Brinson, Larry (Rhonda)
Reed and Ricky (Deborah) Reed all of Quincy, Earl (Hazel) Reed of
Augusta, GA, and Marvin (Michelle) Reed of Jacksonville.

Clyde Edward Spencer
Clyde Edward Spencer, 89, of Tallahassee, died on Monday, September 19,
2005, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Born January 19, 1916, in New
Smyrna Beach, he was an entrepreneur with a lifelong love of railroads. He
was in charge of the mechanical maintenance and operation of all steam
powered locomotives between Ft. Gordon Johnson and Tallahassee during
WW II. Clyde operated the concession business at Doak Campbell Stadium,
and recently was a builder/developer. He was a member of the Elks Club,
Lions Club, and founding member of Capital City Country Club and Semi-
nole Boosters. He married Sara Lee Boynton Sept. 20, 1939.
Graveside services were held Sept. 22 at Roselawn Cemetery in Tallahas-
see. Faith Funeral Home in Havana had charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Sara Lee (Sue) Boynton Spencer;
two daughters, Sandra Spencer Miller of Tallahassee and Patricia Spencer
of Deland; two sons, Eddie Spencer and Phillip Spencer both of Tallahas-
see; ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Melba Graddy Strong
Melba Graddy 'Strong, 90, of Quincy, died on Thursday, September 22,
2005, at Tallahassee. A native of Georgetown, GA., she was a librarian and
member of First Baptist Church.
Funeral services were Sept. 24 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Gus
Spanos officiating and entombment at Oakland Cemetery in Tallahassee.
Charles McClellan Funeral Home Quincy had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by two sons, Jim Strong and B.J. (Joan) Turner both of
Quincy; a brother, Rufus (Elsie) Graddy of Tallahassee; and one grand-
daughter, and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husbnad, Sgt. Ralph Strong, three broth-
ers, Richard Wayne Graddy, Kenneth Graddy and Loren Graddy, and a sis-
ter, Dorothy Graddy Carey.


Church news

Mt. Zion news
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible study and youth teaching; Youth choir rehearsal
Thursday 7 p.m. Saturday-Youth monthly meeting.
Baptizing Sunday morning 8 a.m. All deacons and Mothers are to meet at
7:45 a.m; church school at 9:30 a.m.; morning worhsip at 11 a.m.
Revival begins Monday, Oct. 3 through Oct. 5. Revival services will be
conducted by Rev. Kenneth Landford, Jr., pastor of Fletcher Chapel #1,
Primitive Baptist Church of Madison AL. All services will begin at 7 p.m.
Deacons and Mothers board meeting will be announced Sunday.
Intercessory prayer each Monday and Tuesday at 12 noon. The clothes
closet is available for those needing this service. Please call 627-8442 for
assistance.
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Benefit program for
Sis. Alicia McCloud
The members of St. Mary MB
Church (Worship Outreach Min-
istry) openly invite the public to a
benefit program for Sis. Alicia
McCloud on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 4
p.m. at St. Mary MB Church, Hos-
ford Hwy. 65 in Quincy, Elder
Julius Robinson, pastor.
Sis. McCloud has been struckwith
an illness out of her control. She is
very much in need of financial sup-
port and powerful prayer. If you
have any questions or concerns,
please contact Sis. Juanita Thigpen
at 627-7436.


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


Christmas stockings for soldiers
Quincy's First Baptist Church's "Women On Mission" are hard at work making homemade Christmas
stockings for America's soldiers stationed in areas of conflict around the world. A combined effort with other
Southern Baptist W.O.M.'s will provide 8,000 stockings stuffed with essentials for the Christmas season. Pic-
tured are: Betty Jones, Bessie Butler, Lois Lee, Virginia Whigham, Frances Rogers, Annette Smith, Sue Poss,
Sue Burnett, Mary Willie Watson, Peggy Mason. Barbara Davis, Nordice Russell, Mary Martha Chesser,
Frances Williams, Irene Mynard, Ann. Baggett, and Lillie Bowman. Not shown are Mae Ard and Barbara
Tappan.


Veterans Service office
closed Oct. 3-7
The Gadsden County Veterans'
Service office will be closed. Octo-
ber 3-7. The staff will be attending
County Veterans' Service Officers
Annual mandatory training given
by the State of Florida Department
of Veterans' Affairs in St. Peters-
burg. We will reopen Monday, Oct.
10.
Veterans that need transportation
to the Tallahassee VA Outpatient
Clinic or VA Medical Centers in
Lake City and Gainesville while
we are in training should contact
our office'by 2 p.m. Friday, Sept.
30 to be placed on the transporta-
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champions'

Kids Incorporated of the Bid Bend
is currently accepting nominations
for Children's Champions through
Friday, Sept. 30. The United Way
member agency is looking for indi-
viduals, organizations and busi-
nesses that have made a significant
difference in the lives of children in
Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty,
Madison, Taylor and Wakulla coun-
ties. The Night of Champions steer-
ing committee and Kids Incorpo-
rated's board of directors will
review all nominations and make
the final selection.
The nominees and those selected
for special recognition as a Chil-
dren's Champion will be honored at
the 15th Annual Night of Champi-
ons dinner of Nov. 17 at the Univer-
sity Center Club in Tallahassee.
Nomination forms are available by
calling 414-9800 ext. 109, or by
email at
info@kidsincorporated.org.

Correction

The correct spelling for Ashanti
Sconyers' brother is Ka'Marrious.
We apologize for the error.


Nile is one


Ah'Nile Teajha Atkins will be cel-
ebrating her first birthday Tuesday,
September 27. Nile is the daughter
of Omesha James and Marcus
Atkins. Her maternal grandparents
are Ewanya James and James Bill
Grubbs. Her paternal grandparents
are the late Alice Jean Neal, and
Roy and Virginia Atkins. Nile is the
goddaughter of Sherronhola Sailor,
Shanteeika Ra\ and Tommy and
Angie Johnson.
A party will be given for Ah'Nile
on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 4:30 p.m. at
the home of Janell Walker. Family
and friends are invited.


Baton twirling
classes open
Interested in baton twirling tech-
niques and just having fun. The
Community Learning Institute have
open enrollment for kids 4-15.
Practice is every Thursday from
5-6pm at 523 Pat Thomas Parkway
Quincy. If interested or for more
information, please come by or call
(850) 627-8150.
This activity is open to the Com-
munity. All twirlers will be trained
to compete in various competitions.

Cancer support
group meets

The American Cancer Society
support and self-help group,
Chicken Soup Group, meets every
first Tuesday, every third month.
The next meeting is Oct. 4 at 6 p.m.
at New Bethel AME Church, 23209
Bluestar Memorial Highway in
Quincy (Hwy 90 across from Gads-
den Community Hospital).
The self-help group is for per-
sons with cancer and for survivors
of cancer. Male cancer survivors are
also invited. For more information
please contact Catherine Moore at
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Gorillas


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During Amin's time the number of
mountain gorillas dropped consid-
erably, reportedly as few as 200
remained. The gorillas were slaugh-
tered primarily for their hands
which were used as ornaments. It
would be during Amin's rule that
the last of Uganda's rhinoceros
would be killed off.
Thiebuhtry of Uganda, Zubr said,
had become active in helping pro-
tect the gorillas, both for conserva-
tion reasons and because the goril-
las have created a tourist trade.
Zubr said that there are about 700
gorillas being protected by the
Ugandan government.
Now, because of the governments
intervention and protection of the
gorillas; between 10 and 30 people
can visit one or more of the five
groups every day. The gorillas will
allow humans within a few yards of
them, providing they do not feel
threatened, giving enthusiasts an
i opportunity to see the gorillas in
their own habitat as they go about
their daily life.
"They (the government) are very
careful in taking care of the ani-.
Smals," Zubr said. She added that
the Uganda military has taken an
active role in protecting the gorillas
against poachers, who still roam the
jungle taking gorillas and other
exotic wildlife.
The government has set aside
thousands of square kilometers of
land. for protection of wildlife in ten
national parks. Uganda is second in
Africa and ninth inthe world for
the number of mammal species liv-
ing within its borders.
Zubr was impressed with how ,
clean the country of Uganda, its,
villages .and homes were. "The
yards and roads were clean every-
where we went," Zubr said as she
displayed photos of a village that
had no refuse scattered through its
streets. It is both a humble country
and a clean, clean country," she
said.
The trip took a lot of planning, a
year in all to get permits and
develop an'itinerarv. It tas a once-
in-a-lifeiime expenence that she
pljnii t' do aarin '
, M o _,i aS y i eterm iouual ."',':0 .-
gorillas ith F Zbi vsitet'with the
1%8 mot i "'Gorillas in the NMist"
string Sigoumrne., .Veaer as the
scientist Dian Fossey.
Fossey started studying the goril-
las in the early 1960s to learn more
about the human's nearest primate
relative. Gorillas share 95 percent
of their genes with humans. Fossey
met the famous scientist, Dr. Luis
Leaky, on a six-week trip to Africa
in 1963. It was his work at the time
that encouraged her to study the
mountain gorilla.
She was able to win a grant from
theNational Geographic Society
Sand eventually studied the dwin-
dliig population of gorillas in the
iweSter mountains of Uganda.
SFossey lived wfth the gorillas
daily and studied both their habits
and habitat. The area where the
gorillas live is in westernn Uganda,
hiAt in the mountains. where the


humidity is high and the tempera-
tures are warm. That combination
creates a mist across the mountains
and valleys of the area most of the
time. That constant mist is where
the title to the movie "Gorillas in
the Mist" originated.
Zubr said the gorillas are in the
middle of the mountainous jungle
which is heavily covered in vegeta-
tion and very difficult to maneuver
in. The mountains range up to
7,000 feet in elevation. Marghenta
Peak, the highest point in the
mountains, lies east of Lake Victo-
ria and between Lake Albert and
Lake Edward, part of the head
waters of the Nile River. The area
borders The Republic of the Congo.
Zubr saw first hand and up close
the same groups of gorillas that
Fossey studied during her tenure in
the African jungle.
She is still in awe of her adven-
ture and talks fondly of the animals
she said were so beautiful. "They
are so human like," she said.
Among the gorilla species, the
mountain gorillas are considered
one of the most docile. They eat
mostly vegetation like wild celery,
bamboo and thistle. The gorillas
live in family groups which usually
consist of a dominant male andpos-
sibly a second male, with adult
females, juveniles and infants.
Males that are twelve years old or
older have distinctive markings.
They have a "gleaming" silver sad-
dle of hair on their backs and are
commonly referred to as "Silver
Backs." An adult male can weigh
400 pounds and stand up to five
and a half feet tall. The alpha male
protects the group and sires most of
the offspring. At about twelve the
males also start to develop a hump
or crown on their heads making
them very distinguishable in the
jungle from the females whose
heads stay rounded their entire
lives.
The adult females are smaller and
weigh about 200 pounds. Mothers
will carry their babies for about
eight and a half months, giving
birth to a four and a half pound
infant. The babies leave their
mother at four, usually because the
mother is near giving birth to a sib-
ling.
Zubr \\as luck\ she said. Her trip
included t\ o da s of looking for
the tonllia. YoLu arc not 2uLIr.IntL'L-'d
a sightin \\ hen vou buy the $4(00
permit but she and Anna saw gonl-
las on both of their outings. The
expedition is led b\ guides and
trackers and escorted by several
military personnel.
On their first day Zubr's group
rode about 15 minutes from their
base camp and started their trek
into the woods. Within an hour of
walking they had spotted their first
mountain gorillas. It was a family
of about 8 members.
"A mother with an infant were the
first gorillas we sighted. She turned
and looked at us, and watching
them was an emotion I can not
explain," Zubr said. As she stood
and looked at'the mother and her
child, she could not help but think,
"why would someone want to kill
such a beautiful and magnificent
animal."
The gorillas stayed together for
the entire time and allowed Subr's


group to take photos and watch
them. "You are allowed about an
hour to observe them and then you
must go." She said two teenage
gorillas were aware of their voyeurs
and put on a show of cavorting
about and hamming it up for their
visitors. She said even the guards
that were with them laughed as the
gorillas played and acted out.
The second day they drove about
45 minutes to another area and
started their trek into the woods.
According to Zubr you need to be
in very good shape to walk up and
down the mountains and valleys to
view the gorillas. As a precaution
the guides Will make you turn back
after 2 o'clock in the afternoon,
whether you have seen gorillas or
not, Zuber said.
A couple in their seventies, Tom
and Barbie Reynolds, were part of
Zubr's expedition and she said she
was worried that they would not be
able to make the trek into the
woods, but they did fine she said.
Again they found the gorillas after
walking about two hours in the
woods. Trackers are sent ahead of
the expedition to search for the
gorillas and once they find them
they will lead the new explorers
back to the gorillas.
This time the gorillas were sighted
as they climbed about in the trees.
In this group were two silver backs.
The dominant male she was told
was about 28 years old.
Shortly after the sighting, the
gorillas decided to descend from
the trees and make their own trek
through the woods, stopping occa-
sionally to feed and then lazily
moving through the heavy under
brush. Zubr and her fellow expedi-
tionist followed at a safe distance.
Instead of the usual hour and
because the gorillas did not act
threatened they were allowed to
follow them almost two hours.
It was during that trek that Zubr
had an up close and personal
encounter with the younger silver
back.
"He came running through the
woods and ran right up beside.me.
He was less than six feet from me
when he stopped."
Zuber had been told to stand still
when the gorillas approached and
to not make eye contact with them.
The beta male just stood there look-
ing straight aheadcand not c'. en
acknlo\tledgiilL' The was el en there.
She did manage to get a picture of
him as he stood beside her, before
he moved on toward the other
gorillas.
SZubr said she never felt threatened
during the encounter with the silver
back. "That moment was wonder-
ful."


Like all good things Zubr said her
visit with the gorillas was over way
too soon and it was time to head
back over the mountain to camp.
Zubr's trip did not end with the
gorillas. She continued through the
area of Queen Elizabeth Park and
saw the abundant wildlife that the
central African terrain had to offer.
She and her cousin have hundreds


of photos of their trip and many of
the animals they encountered which
included lions, hippopotamus, wart
hogs, and elephants..
But, it was her experiences with
the mountain gorillas that she will
always remember.
"I would go back tomorrow if I
could,"- she said.
It is the beauty of the countryside


and the warmth of the people that
will linger in her memory forever
she will tell you.
For now, Zubr said it was back to
work running her company and
maybe, just maybe, planning
another trip one day to see her
beloved "gorillas in the mist"
again.


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Pictured from left to right: Wesley Sansom, Cassie Martin, Whitney
Jordan, Amanda Jordan, Annelise Jordan, Cody Granger, Stirling Lake
(not pictured: Evie Blount and Ryan Jordan)

Gadsden 4-H Havana


club collects

for 'Katrina'
The Gadsden County 4-H Live-
stock Club is shown with items they
have collected for both our two-
legged and four-legged friends that
are victims of Hurricane Katrina.
The pet food collected is going to
the Animal Shelter in Mississippi
and the personal items collected are
being distributed through The Sal-
vation Army.
The club members have made
continuing to collect items for hur-
ricane relief their goal for this 4-H
year. The club has also selected
their officers for 2005-2006: Presi-
dent Cody Granger, Vice-Presi-
dent Stirling Lake, Secretary/His-
torian Whitney Jordan, Treasurer -
Cassie Martin, and Pledge Leader -
Amanda Jordan.

JAS Class of 1985
James A. Shanks class of 1985 will
have a class meeting on Sunday,
Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. at Quincy Middle
School (west building). For more
information you may contact Shelia
Thomas at 850-875-4934.

JAS Class of 1980
The James A. Chanks class of
1980 will. have a meeting Oct. 2 at
5 p.m. at the substation.
This meeting is to discuss plans for
the sick and shut in members in our
class. If ou ha\e an\ Infomration
on a sick class member please plan
to attend this meeting.


Continued from Page 2

.ty's use of left over gas tax money.
Lamb encouraged the council and
citizens of Havana to come to the
county commission meeting and
see "what is going on".
Lamb said that he was uncomfort-
able with the county using money
designated for roads to build a fire
station in the Town of Gretna.
,"I need people to be aware of what
is going on. I am only one vote,"
Lamb said about trying to stop
what he considers the misuse of
county's funds.
The council agreed to send a letter
to the commission protesting the
use of the money to build a fire sta-
tion.
* Police Chief Bryan Mitchell
received accolades from Mayor T.
J. Davis for spearheading a relief
effort to Mississippi.
* Council members approved a 3.3
percent raise in the town garbage
contract with Waste Management.
The increase will add 55 cents to
each residential user's bill.
* The council approved the tempo-
rary location of a trailer nexf to the
city's fire department, for use by
the Gadsden County Ambulance
service, limited to one year.
* The council approved in concept
establishing an ordinance voluntar-
ily annexing 4.5 acres of land into
the town. The proposed annexation
is in conjunction with a new subdi-
vision, Cascade Falls, which is
plannedto be built on 25 acres by
Prerruer Builders.'i~he 4 5 acres
completes, the'25 acre's, bringing
the whole subdivision inside the
town's limits.


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Drew, Buford, Mustian and Butler
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
2389.52 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Agricultural 2
The applicants, Drew, Buford, Mustidn and Butler, have presented
a large scale land use amendment for 2389.52 acres of land as
indicated in ,the map above. Said 2389.52 acres are further
described by Tax ID numbers 5-OL-OR-OS-0000-12100-0200, 5-
OL-OR-OS-0000-43100-0300, 5-OL-OR-OS-000-43100-0400, 5-
OL-OR-OS-0000-44100-1100, 5-OL-OR-OS-44200-00100, 5-OL-OR-
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Thomas Parkway (SR 267), east of Cane Creek Road (CR 274),
south ofl-10 and north of CanCreek and Rocky Comfort Creek.
The applicant is seeking approvalto change the Future Land Use
Map land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Agricultural 2 (1:10).
The Board of County Commissioners will hear the application and
receive public comment Tuesday, October 4, 2005 The meeting
will be held at 6:00pm in the Commission meeting room located at
the address below. More information can be obtained on the
proposed changes at the Department of Growth Management, lB
East Jefferson Street, Qui:,Ly Florida, 8 -5-8663. Persons wishing
to comment may do so at the public hearings or in writing to the
Board of County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson Street, Quincy
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I~ii~I,'i,'iu.r 3' -am a', ild anduppr ii the C svrrest ku
tn)Mlit OnII ''5 The lrtlid of ('41mo
Cbmanissioncrs viift d alt! a hI:Lb~nne *al the iordmanae on
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO TRANSMIT
PROPOSED LAND USE CHANGE:


The Highlands at Lake Talquin
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
369.3 Acres from Agricultural 2 to Rural Residential

The applicant, The Highlands at Lake Talquin, LLC, has presented
a large scale land use amendment for 369.3 acres of land as
indicated in the map above. Said 369.3 acres are further described
by Tax ID numbers 4-25-1N-4W-0000-00232-0000 and 4-26-1N-
4W-0000-00340-0000. The applicants seeking approval to change
the Future Land Use Map land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to
Rural Residential (1:1). TheBoard of County Commissioners
heard the application and received public comment Tuesday,
September 6th, 2005. The Board will hear the application a
second time Tuesday, October 4 Ih, 2005. The meeting will be
held at 6:00 pm in the Commission meeting room located at the
address below. More information can be obtained on the proposed
changes, at the Department of Growth Management, 1B East
Jefferson Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663. Persons wishing to
comment may do so at the public hearings or in writing to the
Board of County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson Street, Quincy
Florida 32351.


NOTICE OF LAND USE MAP
CHANGE


The G NJcn Cuiint Rioard of CI.unr)y .Commfi.sionrs
proposes. to adopt the ilk'ciinIg ordiinaIce

AN ORDINANCE AMENDiNG THE
GADSDEN COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN,: FUTURE LAND USE MAP,
ADOPTING A LARGE SCALE (MAJOR)
LAND. USE AMENDMENT
COMPRISING.. A SINGLE LAND USE
AMENDMENT, KNOWN AS THE
LOUGHMILLER LAND USE
AMENDMENT;. AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL LAND. 'IUSE MAP OF
GADSDEN COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE. (CIA-2005-01)



















Loughmtller
gare Scale Lan Use Ame ndment
116 Acres fronm Agricultural 3 to Minig
The applicant, Thnny E. Trim and Tim's ITauling and Tractor
ScrviBce, has presented a large scale land use armcidmien for L16
asiares of land as indicated in the ,map above, Sam4J 116 acres are
further Llc-rihtld y yTax ID number 4-02- lN-5-W-000(-0Xi312-
0 100 & parts of (t 1 i ) 's3-35-IN-5W -o(o--tX 3-X|O( and 4-
03-1N-5W-0000-0022-0O00X The applicant is cufDin approval to
change Ihe Future Land Use \f;pi land rise from Agricuttural 3 to
Mining. The Board of Counhty Comissionss previously heard
and approved the request for transmittal On February 1, 2005. The
Board of County Commnissioners held the first reading of the
ordinanrcE on Tesday, September 2Ft, 2005. The second reading
will be held by the Board of County Coinissiiiers ncm Tuesday,
October 4^ 200. The meeting rwiU b held ats 600 pm in tEhe
Commission meeting rroxm located at the address below. More
inforrmtion can be obtained on the proposed changes at the
rnEPrtilmeni of irnilh Managgement, IB East jelferson Street,
Quincy nFlorida. 875-ViW3. Persons wishing to coniment rmay do so
at the puNi. Bhearings uor in writing to the Board of Cowuly
Commissioners 5B East JfAerson stlirei, Quticy Floridai 32351-

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NOTICE OF LAND USE MAP
CHANGE

The Gidsden'ounty Board of Colunly Con-vissioner
proposes to adopt the f'll~owing rwdmnancce

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TIlE
GADSDEN COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, FUTURE LAND .USE MAP,
ADOPTING A LARGE (MAJOR) SCALE
LAND USE. AMENDMENT
COMPRISING A SINGLE LAND USE
AMENDMENT, KNOWN AS T"HE
ADVIGO LAND USE AMENDMENT;
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL LAND, USE :-
SMAP OF GADSDEN' COUNTY;
PROVIDING FOR .SEVERABILITIV
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE, (CPA-20 S-Oa-) ,


Advio
LargW Scale Land. Use Amendment
46.82 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Agriculturial 1
The appIcain, Advigoi Developati t c mroupls Inc., has preswiled a
large senae land use amendment for 46.82 acres of land as indicated
in the map albwe. Said 46,82 acres are further described by Tax ID
number 3-41-2N-6W-00Q)O02-'11-000. Twh applicant is seeking
approal to change the Future Land Liae Map land use designation
on the parcel from Atriicultur.l 3 lo Agricultural 1 The Bosrd of
Coulny Con misioners previously heard a~r approved the Trques
for transmitial on Mai 3, 2005. The Bunl of County
Commissioners held (he fit reading of Ihe omiance on Tuesday,
September 20, 2015. The second reading of the ordinance will be
held by the Board of County Commissioners Tuesday, Otolbw 4,
2(0S, The meing will be held at 6:00 ppm in the Commisskio
meeting, rom located at te address below. More infonnation can
be obtained on the proposed dthages at the Deparment of growth
Management, IB fasI JeAt rson Street, Quincy florida, 875-8663
Persons wishing to comment may do so at the public hearings or in
filing to the Board of County Commissioners, 51 East Jeffeson
Street, Quincy Florda 32351.


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NOTICE OF LAND USE MAP
CHANGE

The Gadsdcn Coumny Board of County Commissioners
proposes to adopt the loUlowigdig odinance:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
GADSDEN COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, FUTL RE LAND. USE MAP,
ADOPTING A LARGE (MAJOR) SCALE
LAND USE AMENDMENT
COMPRISING A SINGLE LAND USE
AMENDMENT, KNOWN AS THE
STODARD I LAND USE AMENDMENT;
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL LAND USE
MAP 'OF GADSDEN COUNTY;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE. C PA-2005-02)


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Gadsden County Times September, 2005 11


Obituaries



Sarah Potter Thrash
Sarah Potter Thrash, 67, of Tallahassee, died on Sunday, September 25,.
2005. She was born April 2, 1938 in Sycamore and was a member of Towne
East Baptist Church. She retired from the Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection.
Funeral services are at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, at Towne East Baptist
Church in Tallahassee with burial at MeadowWood Memorial Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308..Bevis Funeral Home has
charge of arrangements.
She is survived by two sons, Ronald V. (Tammy) Thrash of Tallahassee and
Roger D. (Susan) Thrash of Orange Park; two brothers, Buddy (Geraldine)
Potter of Bristol and Randall (Brenda) Potter of Sycamore; four sisters,
Maggie (Bob) Layrs of Atlanta, GA, Clara Cheek of Marianna, Bit (Mar-
vin) Curley of Chattahoochee, and Betty (Carl) Howell of Sneads; five
grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Benny D. Thrash in June 2005,
brothers Johnny Potter, Donald Potter and Peanut Potter, and sister Ellen
Harrison.


James H. Walker, Jr., Ph.D.
James H. Walker, 53, of Orangeburg.
SC, died on Monday, September 12.
2005 in Charleston, SC. A native of
Gadsden County he was an educator
Funeral services were Sept. 17 at
M.L. King Auditorium in Orangeburg.
SC, with Omar Shaheed officiating
and burial in Belleville Memorial Gar
dens. Simmons Funeral Home in r
Orangeburg had charge of arrange-
ments.
He is survived by his wife, Harriet
Aliha Walker of Greenville, SC: t o
daughters, Aaliya Walker and Iihan
Walker of'Orangeburg; his mother.
Lillie M. Underwood Walker of
Quincy; his father, James H. Walker.
Sr. of Tallahassee; his grandfather.
Johnny Walker of Quincy; two sisters.
Mary McCarthy of Quincy and Lor-
Sretta Dorsey of Miami; two brothers, William Walker
Both of Quincy; and one granddaughter.


and Harry Walker


Rose "Mimi" Williams
Rose "Mimi" Williams. 95, of Win-
rer Park. died Sunda.. Sept. 11. 2005
in Winter Park.
She \was a nau\e of Quincy and had
lived in Winter Park for man \ears.
She was self-emplo\ed and a retired
cosmetologist. a member of Ward
Chapel AME Church \\here she \\as
a class leader. Sunday School teacher.
choir member., ste\ ardess.,deaconess.
and an Eastern Star.
epj l services ~.ete, held'-t Ward
f kpel AME 'thur'cf' on Saturda\.
SSept. 17, at I1 a.m. with the Re\.
SDavid L. Connelly officiating. Burial
was in Pineywood Cemetery, Winter
Park.


Madry Memorial Funeral iChapel i .
was in charge of arrangements.
She is survived by: a son-in-la'w,
Leroy Brown, Jr., of Winter Park; a
daughter-in-law, Beatrice Brown, of.Gretna; and a host of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.



Rachel Dodson Yawn
Rachel Cornelia Dodson Yawn, 75, of Quincy, died on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 21, 2005, at home. A native of Bainbridge, GA, and formerly of
Havana, she was a bookkeeper at Gadsden Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services were Sept. 23 at Woodland Presbyterian Church in Gretna
with Rev. Ruth Mashewske and Rev. Doug Hemanes officiating, and burial
in Woodland Cemetery. Charles McClellan Funeral Home Quincy had
charge of arrangements.
She is survived by two daughters, Gale (Ale.,ander i Thompson of Quincy
and Janet (Daniel) Egbert of Tallahassee; two sisters, Hilda Poston of Bain-
bridge, GA, and Fannie Brock of Lake Wales; 14 grandchildren and 19
great-grandchildfen: She was preceded iq death by her husband, Sylvester
Yawn, and sons, Ottice and Vester Yawn.


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING-
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
014) STODARDII
The Planning and Zoning
Commission will hear request to
amend the Comprehensive Plan,'
Future Land Use Map by
changing the land use on '
27.21 acre parcel from
Agriculture 3 to Rural
Residential. The property is
further described by parcel
numbers 4-23-1N-4W-0000-
00340-0100 and is locatedsouth
of McCall Bridge Road (CR
65C) and Carlene Lane, and east
of Lakeview Point Road and
Wild Turkey Lane. The
meeting will :be held
Wednesday, October 5, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. in the Commission
meeting room. Persons wishing
to review the files on the above
project may come to the
Planning Department at 1B East
Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL, or
call (850) 875-8663 for more
information.



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NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
,PUBLIC HEARING-
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
015) WARBONNET
The Planning and Zoning
Commission willhear a request
to amend the Comprehensive
Plan, Future Land Use Map by
changing the land use on a 485
acre parcel from Agriculture 3
to Rural Residential. The
property is further described by
parcel number 6-05-1S-4W-
.0000-00410-0000 and is located
on the south west side of Pat
Thomas Parkway (SR 267),
south of Hammock, Creek,
approximately two miles north
oftheCounty line. Themeeting
will be held Wednesday,
October 5, 2005 at 6:00p.m. in
the Commission meeting room.
Persons wishing to review the
files on the above project may
come to the Planning
Department at 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850)
875-8663for more information.



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Church news

St. James AME
It's time to fellowship again at St.
James AME Church at 514 S. llth
St, Quincy, on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 4
p.m.
The J. L. Nealy Pulpit Aid Board
invites their many Christian friends
of all denominations to join in cele-
bration of many years of dedicated
Christian service to the church and
community. Mrs. Lomar Barkley, a
dedicated member and Christian
leader of Springfield AME Church,
who extends her services and leead-
ership on both the district and
Florida Conference AME Church
levels, is the chosen speaker for this
occasion.
The board is grateful to its many
friends for continuous participation
and support in the past and is look-
ing forward to fellowshipping dur-
ing this very special worship serv-
ice. Rev. Lee E. Plummer is pastor.


Come be revived

United Apostolic Church of Jesus
Christ, where Annie Johnson is pas-
tor, will be hosting a revival Sept.
28-30 at 7:30 nightly. Pastor John
Battles of St. Peter Apostolic
.Church in Sawdust will be the guest
speaker.,


Clary's Bail
o.nd Agency

i. 8... .


Danzy Bail Bonds
24-Hour Sevice
Located Ars te Street
frm Comty Jail
875-3245


MEETING
NOTICE
The Gadsden County
Planning Commission will
meet at its regularly scheduled
monthly meeting on
Wednesday, October 5th,
2005 in the Commission room
at 6:00 p.m. The proposed
.agenda will include the following
applications:
1) Stodard II Large Scale
Land Use Amendment
2) Warbonnet Large Scale
Land Use Amendment
3) Schnepf Large Scale
Land Use Amendment
4) The Ridge at Little River
Subdivision Conceptual Plat
5). The Shade Farm -
Conceptual Plat

Persons wishing to review
the files on the above projects
may come to the Planning
Department at 1B East
Jefferson Street, Quincy. 929.


Disaster relief


Members of the Gadsden Baptist Association's "Relief Team" gather around the new trailer to be used in
future relief efforts. Pictured from Calvary Baptist Church are Bobby and Lena Carmichael. First Baptist
Chattahoochee, Chester Basford, David Bevis, Lann Boyd, Joe Boyd, Carol Carter, Scott Clark, Bobbie and
Roger Kimrey, relief coordinator Eddie Potter, Carol Potter, Glenda Shelton, Andy and Susie Tipton, and
David Turnage. Concordia Baptist, Carlos Barrette, John Kraai. First Baptist Greensboro, Carolyne and
David Melton, Durwood and Jackie Sharpton, Jo and Larry Curtiss and Mike Sharpton. Thomas Memor-
ial Baptist, Richard Massey and Glenn Weber


Registration

for GED

set for Oct. 3


Registration for the Sept. General
Education Diploma (GED) test will
be given on Mondaj. Oct. 3, 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
due 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
times. This will take place in the



NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING-
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
017)-SCHNEPF
The Planning Commission will
hear a request to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future
Land Use Map by changing a
86.3~ acre parcel from
4flit l i t e 2 2 t) Rural
Residential. The property is
further described by parcel
numbers 2-25-3.\-4l -0000-
00320-0000 and 2-25-3N-4W-
0000-00331-0000 and is located
on the east side of SR 267
(Bainbridge Highway), north of
Salter Road and south of Old
Philadelphia Church Road. The
meeting will be held
Wednesday, October 5, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. in the Commission
meeting room. Persons wishing
to review the files on the above
project may come to the
Planning Department at 1B East
Jefferson Street, Quincy; FL, or
call (850) 875-8663 for more
information.


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PUBLIC NOTICE


THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3,2005, STARTING 5;00 P.M.

Regarding

NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE ISSUED TO HOME
PLACEMENT, INC., LIFESTYLES DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY AND PONSIT REALTY, INC.


and

SUSPENSION OF THE PROCESSING OF BUILDING
PERMIT NOS. RES-3-05-32243, RES-3-05-32103 &
RES-3-05-32104 FOR LIFESTYLES DEVELOPMENT
COMPANYAND PONSIT REALTY, INC.

THE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING ROOM
9 EAST JEFFERSON STREET
QUINCY, FLORIDA 9-29c


S.A.I.L./V.P.I Lab 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.


MEETING NOTICE
The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners will
have a regular meeting Tuesday, October 4, 2005, starting at
6;00 p.m. The following items have been agendaed: Consent
Agenda for Approval: Regular Minutes of August 2, 2005 and
August 16, 2005; Special Meeting Minutes of August 16, 2005
and August 30, 2005; Payment of Bills; Microsoft Enterprise
Agreement; SHIP Annual Report; SHIP Agreements and
Special Assessment Liens; Citizen Request for Land Use
Amendment; Mosquito Control Agreement with Department of
Agriculture; Grant Acceptance Agreement for Criminal History
Record Improvement Livescan; Open Graded Bituminous
Paving Contract. Public Hearings: Loughmiller
Comprehensive Plan Amendment-Second Reading of
Ordinance; Linderand (Green) Comprehensive Plan
Amendment-Second Reading of Ordinance; Advigo
Comprehensive Plan Amendment-Second Reading of
Ordinance; Preliminary Plat for San Bonita Estates
Subdivision; Drew, Buford, Mustian & Butler Comprehensive
Plan Amendment (transmittal hearing); Stodard I
Comprehensive Plan Amendment-First Reading of Ordinance;
Conceptual/Preliminary Site Plan for Borderline Liquors;
Highlands at Lake Talquin Comprehensive Plan Amendment
(transmittal hearing); Towhee One and Towhee Two Minor
Subdivision Submittals. General Business: Approval of
Architectural Services for Chattahoochee Library Project;
County Manager Miscellaneous Items; County Attorney
Miscellaneous Items; Citizens Requesting to be heard on Non-
Agenda,-Items; Countr Commissioners' Items andGeneral
:Fund.Gash Report... .. ,
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NOTICE OF LAND USE MAP
CHANGE
The (_iadsdcn County B-hi'rd of Countly Commissioners
pnrpi4.s-to, adpt tpL hce follow ing by rdin~acre:

AN ORDINANCE .AMENDING THE
GADSDEN COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, FUTURE LAND USE MAP,
4DOPTTNGC A I..ARGE MAJOR) SCALE
LAND . USE AMENDMENT
COMPRISING A SINGLE LAND USE
AMENDMENT. KNOWN AS THE '
LINDERAND LAND USE AMENDMENT;
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL LAND IlSE
MAP OF GADSDEN COLINT';
PROVIDING FOR SEVERAIBILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE. {(CPA-200 S-4i

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nLitderand
Large Scak Land Use Amendment
8.86 Acres froim Agrioltura 2 to Roral Rsidential
41.56 Acres ftom Commerral to Rural Recidential
Tl'e applicant, LUderand, Inc., Its presented a large scate land uis
amendment for 50.,42 aces of land as indicilt.d in (Ihe map above,
Said .5.42 acres arr E further described by Tax ID number 2-14-3N-
2W -IXHXKI4.K132 1-000. The applicant is seeking appin ail to d.liuange
the Frtre :Land Use Map and Wuse rksigLr aioln Oth the par~xel rom
A.ricuiltiirj 2 id eii to RI esidetietia. Thle Board of
CoU-U y Colllli HIilMllUtI p0'vi14sl heard aisd apprw'd the requ,11
for Iransmllal on Mardh 1, 2005i Thet Botrd of' Cunlt ;
Co.tuni~sitkers held the firsi reading of" te onLinance on TI'da.y
September 20, 2iN5. The sciud l ;rlifn of the ordi~in~e will be
bcard by tbCe Irad of County Commissnioncrs Tuesday, Ocober
4, 2005. The melting will be held at 6:00 pm int the Commission
mccting rram loc!'al ~t the address belivw. More information can
be obtaiMed on the proposed change at Ihe 1epartmenI of Growth
NMuiniiEunciti, IB Eas< lefft'iMn 'threi, n)tiiI'y Foifalt, 875 idt;,
Picrins ishing to Mcontune may do so
at the public hearings or in writing to Ihe Board of CIointy
CA mmissiojners. 5B East .rIerf ;i'r Street, Qtuilcy Iloridi 32351
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12 Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005


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.


!Havana MS coronation is Friday

Its coronation time again. The 2005-2006 Mr. and Miss Havana Middle
SSchool Pageant will be held on September 30 at 6pm. The cost for admis-
Lsion is $5 for adults, $3 for students, and $1 for elementary students. This
year's pageant will be exciting and entertaining. There will be a spectacular
Fashion show arranged and performed by the contestants. There will also be
Sa talent portion that will showcase talents ranging from poetry, dance, song,
land even a couple of comedy routines. Please come out and support our
contestants.
1. Malcolm Anderson; 2. LaShavia Chambers; 3. Latoya Jackson;
,4. A'Shaydrian O'Neal; 5. Devonte Sampson; 6. Makeldric Strawter


Students at Havana Middle rewarded
The Gadsden County School Board implemented a mandatory dress code
for all middle and elementary schools in the county this year. Students
and teachers are permitted to wear uniforms representing their school col-
ors.
The majority of the students at Havana Middle School have adhered to
,the new dress code. Their continued obedience has not gone unnoticed.
Periodically, the students who \\ear uniforms are given !e\ards'sich as
popsicles, ice c'ani."or cand',.
HMS has even had an all expenses paid field trip to the Mary Brogan
Museum. It pays to be in uniform at HMS, The students at HMS are proud
to be Bears!





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STCS students of the month for middle ,and high school are as
follows: (left to right) Leann'Alford (8th), Nandi Brown (7th),
Willie Willis (11th), Rashad Washington (12th), Trish Garner
;(10th), and Mallory Alday (9th). Students were awarded in
chapel service.

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Robert F. Munroe Day School has new students attending regu-
lar classes due to the recent storm, Katrina, which forced the
families to evacuate their homes. The Gadsden County relatives
have opened homes to them until the can return to Louisiana.
Front: Lindsay Loupe, eighth grader, and Jordan Brinson,
ninth grader. Center: Bryn Dyal, second grader. Back: Johnny
Ruckhaber, eleventh grader, and Tiffany Brinson, mother and
recent aide for the first and second grades at Munroe. Not Pic-
tured: Tom Dyal, a kindergarten student at R.F.M's John Allen
SBlitch Child Development Center in Quincy.
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JIs it art or math? squares and circles, and structures
such as houses and automobiles
by: Penny Young begin to take shape. Simple addi-
The old saying "Art imitates Life" is tion helps the art process also.
The old saying Art imitates Life is Havana Middle School (HMS)
true. Draw a cone, add a cylinder to Havana Middle School (HMS)
true. Draw a cone, add a cylinder to sixth, seventh and eighth grade art
;its base, and you have the makings st sve n n the t
:of a Christmas tree. Sketch eight students have been using these tech-
jhead lengths vertically atop each niques to great advantage in recent
weeks. Sixth grader Chris Artis
other and you have a fairly well pro- weeks. Sixth grader Chris Artis
:portioned human figure. Connect used the eight-head proportion rule
'triangles to rectangles, insert to create images of HMS cheerlead-
ers in action; likewise, his classmate


MyFWC.com/huntered or by calling
FWC's Regional office in Panama
City at (850) 265-3676.


Tallavana Beta club
has new officers
(From left to right) Alex
McMillan-chaplain,
Tiffany Hibner-vice pres-
ident, Crystal Daugh-
erty-president, Justin
Jenkins-secretary, and
Lydia Bolton-
treasurer


Victor Yon drew guys performing
the martial arts. Other students
working alone or in a team produced
mixed media collages of rockets,
hopped-up trucks, trains and boats
by combining geometric shapes.
These works of art are proudly dis-
played in the sixth grade hallway
and art room for all to admire.
Just yesterday, seventh grader
Blane Battles carefully explained, to
his art teacher and a group of his
classmates, how he had achieved the
exact shade of. gold for his Egyptian
art assignment. 'I started with yel-
low, added golden rod, then added
orange to balance the different
shades. I used crayons and oil pas-
tels, and it came out just' the way I
wanted!"

St. John Elementary
School Partners
Projects Award
Recipient-School
Health Program

Congratulations to St. John Elemen-
tary School.They have been selected
as a Partners Projects Award Recipi-
ent. They will be working towards
improving the health of their school;
students, families, and staff.
Sherrie Taylor, District Consultant,
will be the liaison for all Gadsden
County Schools and will.be offering
her support to make this project a
.success.. We look for\ ward 'to a
healthy start!
The members of the "Healthy
School Team" are: Ira House, Phyl-
lis Lane, James Davis, Sarah
Knight, Adrian Holt, Cynthia
Hagins, Kaylis Baxter (student),
Ladonna Hogue, and Ida Walker.


TCS Students of
the Week

In 3K the student of the week was
" Selenna Carter for having a merry
'pirit In -K Joshhua- G3 nn had good
manners. In 5K Shianna Lee had a
sweet spirit and was a good listener.
In 1st grade Kimara Epps-Laury was
acknowledged as having a loving
spirit. Simone Cummings, in 2nd
grade, was honored for always being
a super student. Caleb Ray, in 3rd
grade, was noted for having a good
personality. Ashleigh Dodson in 5th
grade did not receive any checks.
Justin Scott ini6th grade was' hon-
ored for always being on task and
having a great attitude. Way to go,
TCS preschool and elementary stu-
dents!


Robert F. Munroe
helped with cleanup

Robert F. Munroe Day School
applied for and has received grant
monies from Wal-Mart to assist in
offsetting the cost of their.Grandpar-
ents Day celebration held last May.
The Grandparents Day celebration,
which includes an entertaining
assembly and lunch on the school
grounds, has been an RFM tradition:
for many years.
This year's celebration was extra
special as Carolyn May, or Ma May
as the students know her, was hon-
ored for her volunteer work at the
school.


Hunter safety
course offered
In Gadsden Co.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FWC) is
offering a three-day hunter safety
course in Gadsden County'in Octo-
Sber.
The course will be taught at the
Chattahoochee Recreation Center
located at 131 Oak Street in Chatta-
hoochee from 6 9 p.m. Oct. 14, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 15, and 8 a.m.
until the course is completed on Oct.
16.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or after
June 1, 1975 to purchase a hunting
license.
Persons interested in attending this
course may register on-line and
obtain information about future
hunter safety classes at


Tallavana Christian School seniors of 2006
announce their officers. (From left to right)
.Crystal Daugherty- president, Tiffany Hibner- vice-president,
Rashad Washington- chaplain, Latoya Akins- secretary, and
Lydia Bolton- treasurer


Innovation Christian Academy
of Excellence (ICAE)
is coming to Gadsden County with a bus
stop in Quincy, for students in K4-8th grade.
ICAE offers the ARTS and has high academic standards.
Scholarships are available.
Call 850-575-5580 for more info.


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND A RULE

DATE OF THIS NOTICE: SEPTEMBER 27, 2005

The School Board of Gadsden County, Florida hereby gives notice of its intent to amend its
Gadsden County School Board Rule.Numbered 2.25+, Code of Student Conduct

PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The purpose and effect of this rule revision is to
establish a uniform dress code for students attending schools classified as being elementary
and/or middle.


RULEMAKING AUTHORITY:

LAWS IMPLEMENTED:


Subsection 1000.41, 1000.42, Florida Statutes

1001.42(6);, 10603 31, Florida Statutes


SUMMARY OF THE ESTIMATED ECONOMIC IMPACT: It is projected that the
implementation of the revised rule will have no significant economic impact.

FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES JUSTIFYING RULE: It is the intent of the Board to
help improve and ensure the safety of welfare of students on campus through the
establishment of a uniform dress code.

A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD DURING THE BOARD MEETING
SCHEDULED FOR 6:00 P.M. ON: October 25, 2005.


PLACE:


Max D. Walker School Administration Building
35 Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.
Quincy, Florida 32351


IF A PERSON DESIRES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE SCHOOL
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT ANY SUCH HEARING,
HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH
PURPOSE HE/SHE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE'TESTIMONY AND
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

NAME OF THE PERSON ORIGINATING THIS RULE: 'D. James W. Brown, Jr.,
Deputy Superintendent of Schools


NAME OF THE PERSON WHO APPROVED THIS RULE:


Reginald C. James,
Superintendent of Schools


DATE OF SUCH APPROVAL: September 27, 2005
A COPY OF THE RULE PROPOSED FOR AMENDMENT MAY BE EXAMINED
DURING BUSINESS HOURS AT THE MAX D. WALKER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING, 35 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD., QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351

Reginald C. James, Superintendent of Schools
For Gadsden County, Florida, and Secretary and
Chief Executive Officer of the School Board of
Gadsden County, Florida
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Howser Center in
Child Care food
program

The Dick Howser Center, 240
Mabry St., announces its participa-
tion in the U.S. Department of Agri-
culture's Child Care Food Program.
Meals will be available at no sepa-
rate charge to enrolled eligible chil-
dren at the center in Quincy.
Parents/guardians of children eligi-
ble for free and reduced-price meals
must complete an application. Eligi-
bility information includes the num-
ber and names of all household
members, social security number of
the adult household member signing
the application or an indication that
this household member does not
have one, total monthly household
income or Food Stamp case number
or Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families case number, and the sig-
nature of an adult household mem-
ber.

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14 Gadsden County Times September. 29; ,2005


Gadsden

County

Times












By Joe Fe


SSpoorts News


erolito


My picking college football games last week
wasn't very good at all. I hit only 4 of 9 picks.
'That topped my opponent Barry Young's 3 of 9
though, allowing me to even my record at 2-2
for the year. The 10th game we picked was the
'Southern Miss-Houston contest which was
.rescheduled. It would not have changed the
..outcome as we both picked Southern Miss.
; This week I try to get in the plus column
,with another tough foe.
Munroe first year football coach Jeff
Schaum is a guy that has been around.
Born in New Jersey but raised in New York.
'.Jeff graduated Newburgh High in 79' wheie he
"played football and ran track.
-' He then attended Colgate University and
rlplayed on the football and rugby teams before
headingg to FSU for his semor year..
; The Noles wanted to red shirt him but he
i1opted to go ahead and earn his B.A. which he


received in Geoloeg and
Geography. IHe later
earned his Master's in
the same two subjects.
He then went into
coaching. Coaching
sunts included Godby,
FSU (giad assistant).
-.4 s S.W. Texas State, Lee's-
lMcRae JC in North Car-
le. olina. Trinl\. Valley
(Tex.i JC. Green Hills
-1b in Dallas. Tom
MIoore High in Ingram
Texas, Hanna High and
Donna High in
Bro\wnsville. Central
State Univeisity Ohio,.
and.Cisco College in
Cisco Texas.
He then came to Florida and coached Jeffer-
son County into the play-offs before taking over
this year at Munroe
While at S.W Texas, Jefft met his wife. the
former Deborah Tschirhart of Castroville. and
they have to children. Chase iage 9) \ho
plays football in a Tallalassee Pop Warner
league and Alexandra age 121 who attends
Florida high.
A Senmnole fan through and through. Jeff is
an interesting fellow \v.lhose quips can get )ou
laughing.
I hope I can have a good laugh after his picks
this week... .
FLORIDA over ALABAMA......Gators offense
will win it.
AUBURN over SOUTH CAROLINA.... The
Tigers are the better team
FSU over SYRACUSE.....Team speed and Tal-
lahussee humidity.
FALMU oLer FLORIDA INTERNA-


TIONAL.....Rattlers have more athletes.
VIRGINIA over MARYLAND.....The Cavs
offensive line are all Peterbuilts.
CLEMSON over WAKE FOREST.....A rebound
after two near misses.
NAVY over DUKE.....Middies option runs
through the smart guys.
SOUTHERN MISS over EAST CAR-
OLINA.....Eagles defeat little HoltLz
MICHIGAN over MICHIGAN STATE.....In a
barn burner.
NOTRE DAME over PURDUE.....Divine inter-
venuon.

Di% ine or some kind of other intervention may
have to take place for me to beat Jeff as I say.....
FLORIDA over ALABAMAh.....Gators depth
may hold on to this one.
AUBURN over SOUTH CAROLINA.....Tigers"
stay on the comeback trail.
FSU over SYRACUSE ....The heat in the Car-
rier Dome ain't like the heat at Doak Campbell.
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL over
FAMU......Let's see if the Panthers are really a
D-1 team.
VIRGINIA over MARYLAND.....If the Cav's
want to move toward the top ten.
CLEMSON over WAKE FOREST.....Maybe
they can prevent an overtime.
DUKE over NAVY....One of two Dukie wins
this year.
SOUTHERN MISS over EAST CAR-
OLINA. ...Eagles are roaring to fly after not
playing last week.
MICHIGAN over Michigan State.....Wolverines
have little to play for already. A win here
,would dampen a great Spartan start.
PURDUE over NOTRE DAME......Makers still
boiling o\er loss to Minnesota.
And. I hope I'll be boiling on along after this
week as Jeff and I disagree THREE times.


Panthers




win thriller




at Bristol


by Cale Wheeler
West Gadsden went into Bristol Friday night expecting a hard fought
game against the state's #3 Class A team.
But the Panther's felt they had some momentum going in as they had
defeated district foe Sneads the previous week.
It was two district wins in a row for West Gadsden as they won a come
from behind 12-8 thriller over the Bulldogs.
The Panther's fell behind in the second quarter when a botched punt
set up Liberty County's scoring.
Thad Alston got the touchdown on a one yard run and then ran in the
two point conversion and the Bulldogs.carried the 8-0 lead into the
defense dominated half.
In the first half both teams combined for only 167 yards of offense.
Defense again dominated the third quarter as Liberty Co. clung to their
lead.
Midway the fourth quarter the Panther offense got going.
Quarterback Antonio Bostic connected with Ronnie Jackson for 14 yards
to set up a nice 58 yard touchdown pass play from Bostic to Chris Atkins.
The try for point failed and the Panther's still trailed.
Darius Winbush and Atkins then helped West Gadsden hold as they
both got sacks andLiberty Co. was forced to punt.
The Panthers then went on a long drive to take the lead and the game.
After a third down pass fell incomplete West Gadsden got a break on a
roughing the passer penalty.
Some nice runs by Ron Burs and key passes by Bostic got the Pan-
ther's to the Bulldog 2 yard line from where Burs plunged in with just 29
seconds left. Again the try for point failed but it didn't matter as Liberty
Co. threw 4 straight incomplete passes after the kick-off and West Gads-
denen was 2-0 in district 1-A and 2-2 overall.,
Winbush had 9 tackles including 3 for losses in the game in addition to
his sack to lead the defense.
The Panther's continue district play this week when they travel to
Freeport for an 8:30 pm game Friday.


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Photo, by Byron Spires

Everybody is airborne!!! An Ichuaway player jumps over Dodger's, Donnell Brown as he chases a ball as
Brown starts a slide into second Sunday afternoon


Dodgers hold 14-3 lead
by BYRON SPIRES inning, because of dark and will be completed in New-
Times Staff Writer ton next Sunday starting at 2 P.M. The Dodgers were
The Scott Town Dodgers faced the Ichaway, Georgia ahead 14-3 when the game was called.
Red Sox's Sunday afternoon at Dodger Park in the sec- Jarvis Williams, tapped a home run in the seventh, but
ond game of this year's Florida-Georgia-Alabama not before Marcus Eastland, rallied a two run homer in
League play-offs. The Dodgers lost the first game the sixth inning.
against the Red Sox's 13-7 in Newton, Georgia last The Dodgers will face the Red Sox's for the final game
Se geek., .,. ., .. ofJthetplay=offs&,Sanday afternoon, providing they can
Sunday's game was called at the end of the seventh hold their lead in completing game two.


All 3 Gadsden County teams oCOREBOARD
SFlorida 49 Kentucky 28
in district football action FAMU 12 Tennessee State 7
All three county high school football teams will be involved in district FSU (open)
This week
games this Friday.
Florida at Alabama
East Gadsden had the week off last week and will host Bay County Syracuse at FSU
Syracuse at FSU
in a District 2-3A match Friday night. The Jaguars are 2-2 for the year FAMU at Florida International
but are 1-0 in district after defeating Arnold the week before last. Next week
Bay Co. is 0-1 in the district having lost to Godby two weeks ago. Wake Forest at FSU
Munroe returns to action after a week off. The Bobcats host Aucilla Mississippi State at Florida ,
in a District 2-1B game at 7:30 pm at Corry. FAMU (open)
High School
The Warrior game is also a Panhandle Football conference match. It West Gadsden 12 Liberty Co 8
will be Munroe's first district game. They are 1-1 in the conference and East Gadsden (open)
1-3 overall. Munroe (open)
West Gadsden will try to extend their winning streak to three with This week
their game at Freeport. Bay High at East Gadsden
The Panthers two game winning streak is by virtue of wins over dis- Aucilla at Munroe
West Gadsden at Freeport
trict foes Sneads and Liberty Co. Next weekG ,
After the Freeport game they still have district match ups with Jay, Wewahitchka at West Gadsden
Wewahitchka, and Port St. Joe. East Gadsden at Taylor Co.
Munroe at Cottondale


Cody Granger

nominated for

high school

Heisman

Greensboro student is
standout at Florida High

Florida High's Cody Granger has
been honored with a nomination for
the coveted Wendy's High School
Heisman Award.
Granger is the son of Anthony and
Angel Granger of Greensboro.
Awarded in conjunction with the
collegiate Heisman, this program
celebrates the nation's top high
school seniors who best exemplify a
well-rounded "citizen-scholar-ath-
lete."
Principal Susan Martelli nomi-
nated this promising leader for his
academic aptitude, athletic talent
and exceptional commitment to his
community.
Cody was nominated for this pro-
gram based on the following
accomplishments:
3.8 GPA, member of Gadsden 4-H


Livestock Club and president for 4
years, member of Gadsden Horse-
man's Association, member of
Florida High Latin Club, Jr. Classi-
cal League and State Latin Team,
placed 1st in Greek Hellenic His-
tory at 2005 State Latin Forum,
member of Mu Alpha Theta, mem-


ber of
National Honor Society, member of
Varsity Football Team for 4 years,
starting center for 3 years, member
of Varsity Weightlifting Team for 6
years, 3 time state qualifier in
weightlifting, team captain for foot-
ball and weightlifting, selected to


FACA 2nd team defense 2004,
selected Tallahassee Democrat Lit-
tle Big Bend 1st team offense 2004,
selected pre-season All-Big Bend
player in 2005, selected player to
watch 2005, participated in commu-
nity and road-way clean-up through
Gadsden 4-H, participated in food
collection for Leon County Food
Bank, toys, food and clothing for
Toys for Tots, Christmas Connec-
tion, Florida Baptist Children's
Home, Hurricane Katrina relief
efforts through The Salvation Army
and Tallahassee-Leon. County Ani-
mal Shelter, nominated .for Boy's
State, winner of Courage Award,
Block of Granite Award, Iron Man
Award, will graduate with 10 Var-
sity letters, former 1st chair violin in
FSUS Orchestra, former member of
Gadsden County Jr. Sheriffs Posse,
selected as All-American Scholar
Award winner.
"These students are truly in a
league of their own," says Archie
Griffin, the only two-time winner of
the prestigious Heisman Memorial
STrophy and program spokesperson.
"Each student nominated for the
: award has gone above and beyond
expectations to help those in need,
and enhance their education."


County volleyball action


n county volleyball action, Talla-
vana lost three matches, while
Munroe split defeating
Apalachicola handily in three
games and losing to Liberty County
in a five game marathon match.
East Gadsden lost a match in three
sets to Godby and a very strong Cot-
tondale team(l1-2) took three close
games while visiting West Gadsden.
West Gadsden came back to defeat
Wewahitchka and Carrabelle during
the week.
VICTORY 25 25 20
25
TCS 20 18 25 23
The trio of Lydia Bolton, Sarah
Smith and Courtney White pushed
Victory Christian to four games
before losing in a close one. Bolton
had six kills, Smith six assists and
White was key on defense with
seven digs. Ths loss dropped TCS
to 2-6 overall and 2-5 on the Pan-
handle Christian Conference.
COVENANT 25 25 17 25
TCS 20 20 25 17
In a match played in Panama City
the Lady Lion lost despite 5 aces and
4 kills from Tiffany Hibner, 5 aces
and 2 kills from Lydia Bolton and 3
aces, 4 assists and 2 kills from.
Courtney White


MARANATHA 25 25 25
TALLAVANA 16 12 10
White had 8 digs, Sarah smith 6
digs and Bolton 4 aces and 3 kills in
the Lady Lion loss to Maranatha.
MUNROE 25 25 25
APALACHICOLA 13 17 21
Seniors Mandy Clarks hitting and
Jessica Joyner's setting once again
earned the Lady Cats a district win
over Apalachicola. Clark and
Joyner also combined for eight serv-
ice aces. Munroe moved to 7-5
overall and 4-0 in District 2-A.
LC 16 27 25 25 17
RFM25 29 19 23 15
Liberty County remained unde-
feated by rallying to defeat Munroe
in a five game marathon at the
Munroe gym. Liberty County lost
games 1 and 2 but rallied to take the
final three.
Head coach Emily Hauge had this
to say about the tough, emotional
match. "We played a great match
against Liberty County last nxeek
my players never gave up and never
let the ball hit the floor. Unfortu-
nately, so did theirs. Eventually
after five games there has to be '
winner and this time it wasn't us.
think we are very evenly matches
teams this year and it has been !


No. 52, Cody Granger








Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005 15


Katrina survivor recounts nightmare


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

SThis article is a 'true account
of Lloyd Bell's ordeal with Hur-
ricane Katrina.' Lloyd was dis-
placed for seven days before he
was able to get to Quincy to
safety and the family. He is the
first cousin of Times Editor. Alice,
DuPont.
"I didn't leave because I just
didn't believe it would be that
bad," said Lloyd Bell, a native of
New Orleans, when asked why
he did not leave the city when
officials warned people to get
out. The strong storm hit land as
a category 3 and brought havoc
to parts of Alabama, Mississippi,
and Louisiana.
Bell, who works for the City
of New Orleans, lived in an
apartment in the fifth ward of
New, Orleans, six blocks off
Canal Street. When he went to
bed the night, before the hurri-
cane was expected to hit, his
plans were to get up early the
next day and go to work. But,
around 4 a.m. he awoke to the
sound of rain. "The drops were
hitting so hard, it sounded like,
someone was outside of my win-
dow beating a drum. I went to,
the door and I saw hail the size
of a half dollar on the ground.
It was Monday, the 29th of.
August, and Bell's life would
never be the same. Neighbors in
the- complex began coming out
on the porch. "We were all just
standing on our porches watch-
ing the wind sway the trees and
listening to the trees.howl. It
started sounding like, a freight
train, I found myself looking for
a train. The sound was just that
much like a train." he said. By
this time the power %%as out. He


stayed on the porch, watching,
until the wind started picking up
objects and tossing them through
the air. Theirain, he said, felt like
it was pricing his skin.
The winds finally died down
Monday afternoon. "There was
only about three feet of water in
the Street;By moon light, I could
see the Water. I was listening to
SWWL iadio and people were
calling in asking for help. But in
some areas the water was so
high, you couldn't tell where the
streets were. Besides, Monday
night no one was out rescuing
people at all. I still thought the
waterwas going to go down in a
few days," he said.
'Bell still did not beleive he
would have to leave. "I never
even packed a bag," he said.
When he woke up Tuesday
morning the water in front had
risen to about four feet. The'
water still had not reached his
porch but people going through-
the water was sending waves up
on his porch.
"I saw leeches in the water, I
saw bugs that I have never seen
in my life swimming in the
water. By early. afternoon the
water was coming in. That's
when I made a hurried decision
to leave. I put a'few clothes and
a radio in a double garbage bag.
I had .my, identification and
important papers papers in a
smaller bag. But I got distracted
and left that. I didn't realize I had
left them until I got to the cor-
ner," he said.
By now the water was up to
Bell's neck, at 5-foot-ll-inches
tall, the magnitude of the prob-'r
lem had was clear. The heat cou-
pled with the dirty water was
almost unbearable. But Bell said
he and his neighbors i\Vane


Lloyd Bell


Gidury and his mother Marion)
had formed a trio. The three
would stay together for the next
three weeks. They would have
to depend on each other for life
and safety.
It took the them about twenty
minutes to walk four blocks.
"There were tree limbs in the
water and, of course, we were on
the -lookout for water moc-
casins," he said, When they
reached the ramp to get on Inter-
state 10 they went up the west-
bound, lane. There they encoun-
tered about a thousand people
who were seeking refuge from
the rising water. "The people
were constantly coming."
Marion Gidury is 73 years old
and the walk had taken its toll.
"She was weak, the sun was
beating down on our heads. But
by us being wet, we didn't feel
the full effects of the sun. But
she was weak and pretty tired,"
Bell said. The three stayed on the
bridge for six hours before a
Good Samaritian came by in a
bobtail truck. The man, whose
name he does not know. told
them he had room for four more
and theI. along with another man


they met on the bridge, climbed
on board.
They were. taken to the New
Orleans Convention Center and
dropped off. "We found an
empty spot on the floor and sat
there until we could find chairs.
They could see outside and saw
the man dropping people off
until the wee hours of the morn-
ing. Ironically, Bell said military
2.5 ton trucks passed them by
while they were on the bridge.
"The trucks had mainly whites
on them. Some were full and
some were not, but .they didn't
stop...they just kept going. In
fact,' one of the men went
towards a truck to talk to the
driver and ask for help and a sol-
dier pointed an M-16 rifle at him
as if he was going to shoot him,"
he said.
But it was later that
night when they found out the
levy had broken at the 17th
Street canal, the one that flooded
his neighborhood. The trio
staked out an area in, Hall A of
the convention center. The floor-
ing was made of cork which
made for better sleeping. For the
next five days, the New Orleans
Convention Center would be
home. Unlike home, though,
they had nothing to eat and no
water to drink for the four days.
"Finally, the National Guard
brought us Meals Ready to Eat
and water. I was' getting pretty
weak by this time. I was feeling
lightheaded," Bell said. During
this time he barely slept. He and
Waynie took turns sleeping and
watching over each other and
Mrs. Gidruy. "People were tak-
ing advantage of the other evac-
uees. They were stealing from.
others. Luckily it wasn't as noisy
w here w e w ere, other pars of the


center were pretty noisy," he
said.
Buses started to arrive
Wednesday afternoon. Police
officers came, the first they'd
seen since arriving at the center,
to say that buses were arriving
for the sick, elderly and women
with small children. Hearing the
news many teenagers and young
adults became rowdy and took
over the first five buses. Drivers
of two other buses waiting in line
saw the activity and locked their
bus doors and left the scene.
"Wayne and I were going to
try to get a bus for his mother,
but we were not able to get one.
We stayed at the convention cen-
ter until Saturday. Friday the
lights went out and we were in
complete darkness. The building
was surrounded by U.S. Mar-
shals and the National Guard for
protection and they were bring-
ing us more food and water by
this time," he said.
They were lined up in the street
Saturday morning and told to
walk about a block to get food
and water. No more food was
going to be handed out inside the
center. They were also told that
buses were coming.
"To catch the bus we had to
walk to Julia and Chapatulus
Streets about four blocks. Mrs.
Gidruy was still weak and we
thought the heat would be too
much for her, so. we stayed."
When most of the people left the
center the National Guard came
by in 2.5 ton trucks. The three
were put on the back of the
trucks that took them to the end'
of the center x\here the helicop-
ters were landing. Mrs. Gidruy
was deemed strong enough to
walk to the end of the center, he
said.
They were all able to board a
helicopter and were taken to
Louis Armstrong Airport, where
they waited d to be transported.
"We stood in a line from about


two that afternoon until 11:30"
that night just to get inside the
airport. When we got inside; it
took another hour for them to put
us on a plane. They asked usi if
we wanted to got to Houstqn,
Baton. Rouge, Arkansas, or
Shreveport. We told them Hous-
ton and we thought that's where
we were going, but after 'the
plane landed we found out we
were in Austin, Texas," Bell said.
Busss were waiting to take
them to the Austin Convention
Center. "It was coming from
Hell and walking into Heaven,"
he said. "They had cots, (air mat-
tresses for the elderly) blankets,
sheets, hot food, water, juice, a
shower system had been con-
structed. They issued towels and
soap as we went in to shower,"
he said.
Still, he did not know the
whereabouts of his children,
grandchildren, sister, and
brother-in-law. "One of the Red
Cross workers helped me go on
line. I wasn't thinking straight.
Things were spinning around.
All I could think of was my
Uncle Raymond's name in
Quincy. When I called him,
that's when I found out where
everybody was- safe. It was
worth going through what I had
gone through just to hear that
everybody, was safe," he said.
He decided to come to
Florida. "It made more sense to
me to come to Florida to be with
my, relatives than to get a place
in Austin and set up temporar-
ily." The plane landed in Talla-
hassee at 9:30 last Thursday
night and he was more than
relieved. Now he's waiting for
word to come back to Nw
Orleans and begin work. \Vn
that will be he doesn't know. r
right now, he's safe. dry, wait
and well fed.
The next time he hears o a
hurricane, he \on't think tw e
about lea\ino.


Gadsden Art classes begin Sports


Acrylic Painting- Beginning
/Intermediate

Come and enjoy four Friday
afternoons at the Gadsden Arts
Center learning to paint with
acrylics! October 14th through
November 4th, from.,1:30 -
4pm, Christine Hornsleth will
lead students in an exploration
of composition, color and
acrylic techniques: afd help
students develop their own
style.
Beginners as Nwell as interme-
diate students are encouraged
to sign up! The Cost.is $50
($60 non-members). Regis-
tered students will receive a
materials list. The deadline to,
register is Tuesday, October:
llth. Please call 850-875-
4866 to register or for more.
information.

Basic Drawing.

Have you ever thought, "I'd
like to make art, but don't
have the talent?"
Everyone can learn to draw!
Tuesday, October 11 through
Novemberlst, from 2 4pm,
Grace Maloy, our fearless
leader, will teach students
drawing basics such as seeing
your subject, line, shape,
value, and composition. Stu-
dents will also experiment
with several different drawing
media. The cost is $50 ($60
non-members). Registered
students will receive a materi-
als list. The deadline to regis-
ter is Friday, October 7th.
Please call 850-875-4866 to
register or for more informa-
tion.

Colored Pencil -
Beginning/Intermediate

'Colored Pencils are neat,


portable, inexpensive and can
be used for any style of work.
Learn techniques, experiment
with color and develop your
own individual style through
personal instruction by Chris-
tine Hornsleth. The class is
open to beginners and inter-
mediate students and will run
Saturday, Octoberl5th
through November 5th, from
1:30.- 4pm. The cost is
$50($6p non-members). Reg-
istered students will receive a
materials list. The deadline to
register is Tuesday'. October
llth. Please call 850-875-
4866 to register or for more
information.

Watercolor: Monday Night
Social

,. Spice up our .. Monday
nights with a festive water-
color social! Dawn McMillan
will teach the basics of water-


color materials,


and color mixing while focus-
ing on the joys of painting
with beautiful, fluid, and
translucent colors in a fun
atmosphere! Refreshments
and materials will be pro-
vided. The class will run Mon-
day nights, October 10th
through November 7th, from
6:30 8:30pm. The cost is $60
($70 non-members). The reg-
istration deadline is Wednes-
Sday, October 5th. Please call
850-875-4866 to register or
for more information.
The Gadsden Arts Center is
located on Quincy's historic
courthouse square, just 25
miles from the Capital! Regu-
lar gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10am -
5pm and Sunday from 1-
5pm. Public admission is
memberss and children are
free. For more information
call 875-4866 or check the
web at www.gadsdenarts.com.


color theory,


Liftte Mas Restaurant
Hwy. 65 one block South of Hwy.20 in Hosford
S$5 Lunch Baskets I you're
Seafood/fish
F* "USDA certified h ngry
4 Angus Steaks & as a hunter J
Burgers and the pups
Chicken i . i'-
Daily Specials areyelpm ,
SGrO. pa drop on by for
Groups/parties / ,
welcome a hearty helping9 .

SMOKE IT AND THEY WILL COME! :S
If a whiff of savory, sweet, smoked meats meets your
nose or our sign advertises a "BBQ Special,"
Come'n Git It While It Lasts!
UL


from 'page 14


great experience for me and the
girls to face a challenge like Liberty
County."
Mandy Clark led the Munroe
attack with 15 kills. Fellow senior
-Sallie Willis added 10. Jessica
Joyner set for 28 assists and served
up four aces. Clark and Willis led
on defense with twelve assists.
Munroe dropped, to 6-5 overall.
COTTONDALE 25 25
25
W\ST GADSDEN 19 18
'23
Cottondale came to Greens-


boro \ ith an 11-2 record expecting
an easy \ in. The. ma. ha\e gotten
[he \%in but there \as nothing ea\
about it as the\ squeaked tO, three
Sins and the match.
WEST GADSDEN 25 25 23
S25
WEWAHITCHKA 17 18 25
10
Chelsea McMilian had 13 kills
and 7 blocks, Tonja James had 15
digs and 4 aces and Brianna Atkins
served 28 points leading the Lady
Panthers to the second win of the
year over the Lady Gators.
WEST GADSDEN 25 25. 26
CARRABELLE 7 22 24
James served 14 points, leshia
Lightfoot served 7 and McMillan
had 14 kills in West Gadsen's win
Monday.

There are three weeks
remaining in regular season volley-


ball action betre
district ournarnents crank up e
\\eek of October 17.' "


HIGH SCHOOL GOLF


Last week, the Munroe golf iqe1i
placed 2nd in a four team match
held at Killear Country Club. The
team's first 18 hole match of die
2005 golf season, freshman John
Hilton Revell shot a 77 which \vws
good enough to finish 2nd overall
and top for the Bobcats. :
Junior John Dooner and sophomore
Walker Cox each shot an 84 with
senior Justin Smith following \N i h
an 86. The Bobcats with a team
score of 331 lost to' Lincoln(317)
but defeated both Wakulla (341g)
and Florida High(380).


... Opening



Monday,



Clint Cunningham,OTR/L, CHT October 3rd Steve Allen, MS, PT
21 yrs OT experience 17 yrs in Physical Therapy &
Certified Hand Therapist Medical School Education
14 yrs in PT practice

Pleased and thankful

to be able to provide

PHYSICAL THERAPY,

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY,

to our friends in the

Quincy area


Regional Therapy Services, Inc.;

108 N. Adams Street


875-0333
(also serving Chattahoochee, Bainbridge, and Tallahassee)
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16 Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005


CLASS IF IE DS


Mattress set Ne\
Pillowtop $150.
3449


w Jumbo NEW BEDROOM SET:
256-847- Beautiful cherry Louis
Philippe 8-piece wood -
9/8&15f King sleigh bed, dresser,
mirror, chest, 2 night-
stands. Sug. List, $4600,


Love seat grey/brown,
good condition. 627-6477
9/22&29f


Queen mattress set,
double pillow top. New in
plastic with warranty.
$150. 425-8374
06/02tf


6 Pc. full/queen bedroom
set. New in boxes, sacri-
fice $550. 222-7783.
06/02tf


CHERRY SLEIGH BED -
$250. Brand new, solid
wood. 222-9879.
06/02ff


NEW leather sofa and
loveseat. $750. Can deliv-
er. 222-2113


EXPERIENCED dog
groomer in Quincy. All
breeds small to medium.
Call Kathy. for appoint-
ment. 627-6131.
9/29-10/27p


C&N REMODELING
SERVICES. Where Your
One Call Takes Care of it
All. Historical Restoration,
Decks, Carpentry,
Roofing, siding, plumb-
ing. Electrical, Termite
repair, etc, etc... 850-544-
2227 / 850-544-1715 /
850-442-4919 fax.
6/02tf


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, ,that AMERICAN
TAX FUNDING, the holder
of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for
a tax deed to.be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of
issuance, the description of
the property, and the names
in which it was assessed
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 107
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2001

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 139 P 651-COM-
MENCE AT THE SOUTH
SIDE OF SR # 12-A SAID
PT BEING 113 YDS W OF
THE INTERSECTION OF
THE S. SIDE OF THE
ROAD LEADING FROM
CONCORD SOUTH TO
OCKLOCKNEE RIVER,
FROM SAID POB., RUN W.
ALONG THE S. SIDE OF
SR #12-A 210 FT. MORE
OR LESS,,S. 210 FT., E.
PARALLEL WITH SAID:
ROAD 210 FT., N. 210 FT.
TO P.O.B. IN SECTION 30-
3N-1W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2303N1W0000004410200

Name in which assessed:
HEIRS OF JOHN OLIVER
YON

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 5TH day
of OCTOBER, 2005, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 26TH day of
AUGUST 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Gadsden County, Florida


sell $1650. 545-7112.
06/02ff


NEW Brand Name' King
Mattress Set, $250, in fac-
tory plastic, warranty. 425-
8374
06/02ff


NEW QUEEN mattress .
and base. Never used, in"
unopened plastic. Must.
sell, $125. 545-7112.
06/02tf


FORMAL DINING ROOM
- Brand new cherry table
with 6 chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $3K retail,
sell for $999. 425-8374.
06/02ff.


MATTRESS SET New


06/02ff full set with factory. war-
ranty, $99, call 222-7783.
'06/02tf


GIGANTIC YARD SALE
301 N. Jackson' St.
Quincy, Sat. 7:30-12:30.
Cancelled if rain.
9/29p

YARD SALE: Washer/
dryer $250; ext. door, gas
heaters,, clothes, odds &
ends. 505 S. Main Sst.-
Quincy Sat. morning
9a.m. until. 875-2416.
9/29p


:ROBERT F. MUNROE

DAY SCHOOL -i

in Quincy announces

the following opening

for certified teachers:


High School Science


contact

850-856-5500

Monday through Thursday

8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Closing Date: November 30,,2005
An Affirative Action/Equal Opportuity
Employer


Office position-Above
average typing, spelling &
speaking skills neces-
sary for this 1'2-18 hour
position Send applica-
iions to. PTR,, C/O
Gaosden County Times,
PO Box 790, Quincy, FL
32353'before Oct. 15.
9/22-10/13p

LAND OF THE LITTLE
-PEOPLE Daycare is
seeking caring, loving &
experienced infant & tod-
dlier teachers with CDA or
Early Childhood degree.
Starting pay depends on
experience with benefits.
850-627-2536 Teresa A.


SEEKING caririg. lov~i:
& experienced individuals
who have their 40 hours
and worked in childcare.:
for different age groups.
850-627-2536 Teresa A.
Hall.
S9/29c'

,BECOME a licensed
SBody Wrapper. Work in a
spa or slon. Classes
begin 10'7. Call 224-3849
, to register today!,
9/29-2C


New Line
Transport
Diesel Fuel
$1.25/Gallon
Every day!t
A Major FL Flatbed
: Company &a. a
Division of Rinker
Materials is seeking
Owner Operators.
**$1000.00 Sign
On Bonus!**
*Diesel Fuel $1 25'Gallon'!'
*Our Flatile Trailer- .
& Equip.
*Dedicated & FL i
in-State runs
'Consistent Freight
*HomeDaily & Weekends
Opporiunties available
M*Weklv Take Home Pay
a luel >a ini.ur.ince aver
aIes A ,.$lm 1507l &S more'
*Tracror Pur,:rh3Se Program
available to qualified
drivers
*A1 Year CDL "A".No
more than 3 moving viola-
tions in 7 years. No acci-
dents in the last 3 years
*Call our Palatka Terminal-
for a phone interview,
Mon-Fri 8-5p
888-714-0056
EOE, DFWP


LEGAL NOTICE


BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
9/08,15,22,29/05c

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that WALTON
CLEMONS CARTER, the
holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be:
issued Iher'eo. The cerfif;
cale number and year ol
issuance, the descriplon of
me property, and Ihe names
in. which it. was assessed
are as follows:.

CERTIFICATE NO. 151
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

4.80 AC
OR 86, P. 370 COMM. AT
SEC OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4
OF NE 1/4, RUN E. 87 FT.
TO CENTER OF COUNTY
ROAD, N. 4* 36' E. 307.5
FT. TO BEGIN, RUN W.
3399.5 FT. TO ATTAPUL-
GUS CREEK., N. 60 FT., E.
3404.3 FT. TO ROAD., S.
61.5 FT. ALONG ROAD TO
P. O. B. TRACT #2
IN SECTION 8-3N-2W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2083N2W0000001330700,


SName in which assessed:
MAGGIE SPEED

C/O MARY. BLOUNT

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 5TH day
'of OCTOBER, 2005, at
;:10:00a.m. '


Dated, this 29TH day of
AUGUST 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circul Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
9/08,15,22,29/05c

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

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

CERTIFICATE NO: 173
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

TRACT 4 OF PARCEL TWO
PER OR 323 P 247. ADS-.,"
DEN COUNTY.
IN SECTION 11-3N-2W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2-113N2W000002121000


Name in which assessed:
ARTHUR LEON WYLY :

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden. Stale
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate snail be redeemed
according to law. the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificaie shall be sold o nme
highest bidder al ihe coun-
house door on the 5TH day
of OCTOBER, 2005; at
1 :00a.m.. '


SDated this 6TH day ol SEP-
TEMBER 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
S 9/08,15,22,29/05c

NOTICE.OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY'
GIVEN, that GADSDEN
COUNTY,'the holder of the
following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and
year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it
was assessed are as fol-
lows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 542
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
1995

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 402 P 1434 .LOT 28
BLOCK D GRETNA EST.
UNIT #2

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2323N4W04350000D0270

Name in which assessed:


A Behavioral Health Care Center is currently seeking '
CLINICALSUPERVISIONSPECIALIST#272. .
Masters degree with a major in psychology, social work,
counseling or a related human services field and truce ',ear.
of related professional experience, one of which must have
been in an administrative/clinical supervisory capacity.
Licensure preferred. Shift: 8 AM to 5 PM Monday thru
Friday. Salary $12:29 per hour.
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Bachelor's degree with a major in psychology, social' work,'
criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation, special education,
health education, counseling or a related human services
field and one year of related professional experience.
Behavior management experience preferred. Shift: 8AM to
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or $15.90 per hour OPS.
For more information and'a
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A merigas Propane
Shas an inmiediaie openi'in for a
Delivery Representative in Quinc~, FL
Candidate will be responsible for but not .
limited to' delivering propane l0 our.eustomers:
SRequiirenmeiih include a high school diploma
:or equi aleni,i, a valid CDL ith hazmal and
tanker endorsements, a great driving record and
satisfactory completion of a DOT ph sical. ":
drug test ind background check.
We offer competitive wages, medical & dental
-benefits, 401 k savings plan and liberal
vacation & holiday pay.
Applications can he picked up at: 1415 Pat
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850-627-3862, ATTN: Sales Service Manager.
Drug free work environment. EOE.

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immediately.

S Apply Monday -Friday .-
8- 10 A.M.
Call 850-575-9119
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Salesman Wanted!
But Not This Guy... is cur y a g,

















applications for' a Police Oficer.
I h ulicant mus j5 t be State of Flo.j.rira
i . .' I : .* ...i r tHi i. ,* ,, .


















Certified Law Enforpement Officer.
A applications, m' a y be picked up at the
Immediate Opening

The City of Chattahoochee Police
Department is currently accepting
applications for a Police Oficer.
Applicant must be Stale of Florida
Certified Law Enforcement Officer. ,
Applications may be picked up at the
Chattahoochlee Police Department'
,.or at the City Hall.
The Cit3 of Chattahoochee isn an
: Equal Opportunity Employer and I:
is a Drug Free Workplace. ,
Deadline for submitting', ,.
Octoberf14, 2005 "'
9/22&10/06I6c


LEGALNOTICES


SHELLINE
CLARK


JACKSON BY: Ugrieeal Ivey
..eputy.Clerk . .
9/n 158.2 .l29/05c


Said Piperty being in the
County of Gadsden. Stale
of Florida Unless such cer-
tificate shall be' redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-:
house door on the 5TH day
of OCTOBER, 2005, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 6TH day of SEP-
TEMBER 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County. Florida


NOTICE OF APPLICATION .
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY ,.
GIVEN, that GADSDEN
COUNTY, the holder of the
following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.d
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year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the names in which it
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September 29, 2005


;FROM4--i

1999
DESCRIPTION
ERTY:
LOT: 52 OCH
ESTATES.
OR 373 P 277.
PARCEL ID
3122N2W0572
Name in whkc
RICHARD DA
RY


gCg 16 Ilficarahaslt6 s6to tAL. MAAlIENT:.
h'hessblkdfEr at thed ui .VALbOS-.A, L, ailm-;-
S house door on e 5H'5TM da~ tat iabilky omyp6y'
of OCTOBER, 2005, .Pt nt i, ..,
S10:00a.m.
1 OF P- ". : -
Dated tfls-251M d '1 ' '
AUGUST 2005. E-iULA 4 ENIERSON:
ILOCK6N .ROSA, EPE MRO tdIEN
NICHOLAS lItbMAS I*oir h, 'itt of 5 O For gent: 4/2 house, 195
G. Cdde aof the uircvyl' .t Brewington St. in St.
GNUMBE: ad den o ebron area, $850. It
-N..U.B Y interestedd contact Kenny
B~-y: CUr9lk :. ION 850 -19-5037 or 850-
h aetdsed: 908,1~,2W05c ~i6: EULA RENER(ON;' 6566-1894.
N SADBER- ..- S, RdbA L PENS : an4. 8/11-9/29p,
..... .ilt er. 'bof ROSA


NOTICE OF APPLICATION. LEE SPENCER
Said Property being in the FOR TAX DEED For Rert: Relax on Lake
County of Gadsden, State YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Talquin in 1 BD, 1 BA
of Florida. Unless such cer- NOTICE IS HEREBY Complaint has been filed"' condo. Includes boatslip,
tificate shdal be redeemed. GIVEN, that AMER'IAN~-'Iga.I rY u Md othere. and 'lakeside deck, central
according to law, the rop- TAX FUNDING, the'itr~,e.' ydu brd ftiuired Ib servee a 'H/A. W/D hookups, all
erty described In such er- df e. following ce -i c d f'ybua'r wten'dsBfths;,appliances, storage build-
tificate shall be soldito-the has fled said certlff "a IWtOl--: ny; to It otDANII.E- ing and lawn care. No
highest bidder at the eour- "a tax dbed t be iS d. MANAUSA, ESQUIRE, smokers, no children, no
house doOron the,.SH dav thereon.. the certlflcafet 'SMITM, THOMPSeN, patS $700. First and last
of OCTOBER, 2005, at number aftdya year 'b-~ SPI6A- MAi AUSA, P.A., h + $250 dosit
10:p0a.rm,. ssuance, the dirita l "lalhtilfi' Ittoideyr, 3'. o,0 epos '.:
Sthe property. antfei h. fnaiville Road, '4th Ca 850-575-1098.
Dated this STH dly of SEP- in which' I was atee Por, T altlasseep Florida 9/29p
TEMBER 2005. 1 .. are as follows: : ?;32 -340t, riore thah.
t.: .: d yd th hi 'rq tr: ..
NICHOLAS THOMAS' CERTIFICATE NO. I105 publlatlon- date of thisn,. 'Fr Aent: 3 bedroom, 2
0Clerk of the Circuit Court YEAR OF ISSUANCE.. 'irnotif aeion, an fie thit' l ath doublewide trailer, .
Gadsden County, Florida 2 2002 .' 'k.oii'thth CleltikthI HUb recipient preferred.
S" 'Couln eIther before service Hutchinson Ferry Rd.
BY: Ugreenal Ivey DESCRIPTION OF.,'liP- r f PIletMs aefmsrbysa or '627-7058 or 856-5110,
Deputy Clerk ERTY: r theireaf; R t th 856-5447.
9/08,15,22,29/0 .. elfwis.,a' default iffll be 9/29p
OR 452 P 661, OR 482 P entered against you for the'
689 relief demitfded in the comic,
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION OR 452 P 658, OR 482 '" pl intorp n
FOR2TAX DEED ln or pt.ti... ~ For Rent: 2 bedroom
OTOR 452 56 G, th ~9h day -,mobile home, central
... : 462 P 656, OR., d tis 19 day ov.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY 682 . 5 .H&; 3 bedroom mobile
GIVEN, that DICK N. OR OR 409 P 382 home, central H. Call
BETTY N. RILEY, the holder COMMENCE AT THE .c 1. tlcal ThoM ,as;, for info. 627-3807 9-5.
of the follodlfng certificate OF THE SW 1/4 OF.SECT;. :Clebt of the Clroui.Cour 9/29-2p
has filed said certificate for: 22-2N-6W RIJN: N '1 DE
a tax deed to be issued 09 MIN 56 SEC WMST (SEAL)
thereon. The, ertifiicte 720.62 FT TO BEGIN; For Rent or Lease:
number and year of THENCE N 01 DEG 09'W B B eig Sue',Sadbeiry Lakefront property on
issuance, the description of WEST 379.72 FT'I t ~ aptyClerk Lake Talquin. 3 bedroom,
the property, anid the names #269; N 50 DECG 0'i2" W- r- i 9/08,1t.22259/05o 2 bath mobile home. LR,
in which it was assessed 14.51 FT; S 88 BEG q50q4 DR, kitchen, large yard.
are as follows: , W 100.9 F; S 6 ..ishiing pier. Call 352-.
.... NO. 09'56" E 389.2 FT .ITHE.ClRPUrf COURT 455.1550. Also 3 bed-
CERTIFICATE ,NO 978 DEG 50'04"E liT)O~ t:''' I 'SCi D JUDI- 2 bh LR,
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: THE P.O.B. .AL C UITJNAND i,room 2 bathr Green
S2003 '' R GADE OUNTY, kitchen, large yard. Green
: PARCEL ID NU1R FORIDA. house, needs TLC.
:DESCRIPTION OF PROP- 3222N6W0000003410660 9-29p
.ERTY:. '';" MAEi ;,-'.M938'1CAB..
Name In whicMn assigsg "' i n.
'OR 383 'P 1157- LIFE 'MARY ANN R IERAND' W0OI~ AeST, LLC, ..Fr Rent: 3 bedroom, 2
ESTATE; BEGIN AT THE PACKY JOHNSON -Plaintl, a' th mobile -home
NEC OF SECtION 14-2N- . 375/mo. $300 deposit.
2WAND UNS 161.70 F; Said Proprty being It vs. '- ,- 198 Runkle Rd.
;S 84 DEG 61'583 W 352.43 County of Gadsdeh. ta ; ,Sla Sycamore. Call 229-248-
:FT TO W/LY R/W OF ofFlotida. Unless ieucbir-'v STEVE T. JOFDAN; GADS- 4665, ask for Angel.
POWE. EASEMENT; N 23 tificate shall be redefi DEN COUNTY EMS; and 9/29-2c
DEG 56'08" W 255 FT; S 85 according to law,'tfe prop' 'UNKNOWA TENANTS,
DEG 37'34"E 455.30 FT TO erty described in Lm h cql'' eDdfndahts. ,
POB. SUBJECTTO 100 FT tificate shaH be d or Rent: 112 Church
POWERLINE. highest bidder at the- dfutt- TIGEOF ACtION S. 3 bedroom 12 Chuch
", -: *house dor on the ,le ... L.' St. 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
.PARCEL 'bt NUMBER: of OCTOBIER. 2005, at Tb: STiElT. JORDAN 'R, LR. kitchen. $550,
3142N2W0000001100300 10:00a.m. ; ., , deposit required. 1-866-
YOU.ARE.N6t ID that a 245-0288, after 6 p.m.
.Name in which assessed: Dated this 2~TH d y Atj. jGnp'l for Piuecrcdure r'L229-563-2104.
BOBBY JOE CHAMBLISS AUGUST 2005. hq", bl' fl d against you 9/29-2p
a d. er, and vu are.
Said Property being in the NICHOLAS THOMASI. ': .tqutId t1 seve p copy of
County of Gadsden, State" 'Clrk of ihe dircul Court o. o rtfn 'dflh bes,. i
of Florida. Unless such car- Gadsderi County.,Flrida any. 1to 6 oh DANIEL. E. -.
tificate shall be redeemed M. .MANAUSA, ESQUORE;I .".
according to law, the prop- BY: Ugreenal tly' SMtM, THOMPSON, r Sale: S55,000.
erty described in such cer-. Depl'tyCle 4 '., iANAOS At J''* B tautiful 1997 DWMH
'iflcarit'shall be sold to'the . $/1/ elB,1, .iPffit' 't~riy 52f .w/land. 3 bedroom, 2
highest biddci at the court- ,,' A' .oi*'l. Ile Cll ad;, !,Ath -bath, refrigerator, stove,
house door on the 5TH day'. Flobr T F orlt- d included. Serious buyers
of OCTOBER. 2005, at NOTICE OF AP.I~16fI, nro ItvN hM-an1 only. Call Shrell 856-
O.10:00a.m. .PRATAlMP "9 ,( ".ia fit -f553,.
. .a .,t "- i' I i t i 9/29-2p
Dated this 25TH day of NOTICE IS HFEREBY' raice of rition; Ani f fit..
AUGUST 2005. GIVEN, that 'A ERICAi oigiri.fr t the Cledf tf '
TAX FUNDING. 8 HddIPt 8eift t .. elb. httie e .louse for sale: Located
NICHOLAS THOMAS of the following celtfleaft h,-llntiltB ai 'raeydior -ear downtown "uIncy.
Clerk of the Circuit Court has filed said certificate for mWmediatlily thereafter; oth-
Gadsden County, Florida a tax deed to be issued 'ow se, a default will be Lght commercial or res-
thereon. The certificate Infeted against you for the 0 1
BY: Ugreenal Ivey number and year of relief demanded in the com- bath. $88,500. 556-5110.
Deputy Clerk Issuance, the desoIlor of pilln or pefion .:. 9/29-2p
9/8,15,22,29/05c the pYoperty, hadt-tida-iab le .
in which it was sesdIr At .,ED il 9th day 'ofr .
are as follows:8. S 20 of 3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION e a follow.
FOR TAX DEED CERTIFICATE 140. i184 Nfchodi fhrMlad Unknown Heirs, devisees,
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: Clerk of Coult : .beheficiaries, assigns, and
NOTICE IS HEREBY 2002 --,..nAi AV,


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--U------- creditors Of ALMA V. SIM- CaIl LInIdUaruren ,
GIVEN, that AMERICAN (SAL) ,O and PATRICIA
TAX FUNDING, the holder DESCRIPTION O6 P ; ASH N-SIMMONS
of the following certificate ERTY: WASHINGTON-SIMMONS
Sas filed said certifidatelr -YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
tax deed to be issued OR 453 1853. .. 15. 22 90&006/0c .Complaint for Quiet Title
hereon. The certificate OR i81 P244LTS, ;.F_. as been filed against yo(
.umber .d year of . "and others,' and you are
esuance, the description of BLK 2 EAST MIDWA,.' IN TIt CIRCUIT UT required to serve a copy of
he property, and the names LESS PART TO DOf PER IN THE SECOND JUDI- u wredeses c f
" OR1P4 your written defenses, if
n which it was assessed OR 166 P 454. IAL' any to it on DANIEL E.
re as follows: PA L ID NUM IRUIN OND FO -ANAUSA. ESQUIRE, NEW LISTING : 3BR/2
: ",., .N. : 1: :. 52 PARCEL 10". NUM1611140 0-'EN'0'0,' SMITH, THOMPSON,
ERTIFICATE NO. 1352 4081N2W122000002006'0 L SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A. acre lot w/wooden privacy
EAR "Q': ISSUANCE: ... -. .' .SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,. a rel dnr
EAR ISSUANCE:.'Plntiffs' attorneys, 3520. appliances including
002 Name iN whin i CA N0 BAB -Tha-aisville Road, 4th Forehand @ 850-5
:F- CHARLE AND J .: Floor, Tallahassee, Flonda
_SCRlPTlON OF PROP-W..SM tH 1 Talhase Rrd
RT W. SMIt T IN WLEY SWEEY 32309-3469, no more than
RTY: ." a E tirty thirty (30) days from the first.
47 ^ "" Sai rrl inrlv-w ;o f" ". .
R 474 S3aP0 R" 471P S G y '.; publication dale of this
474 P oumyof G4d7aM0Oft .,-ff .: ."',ptlce of action, and file the
285 of Floli da. Unless'suchcer- original with the Clerk of this.
OMMATNWCOFSW 1/4 tiicalte shall be redOWM v. .ourt either before service
F SW 1/4 OF SECTION according to Iaw lh pre ,: n Plaintiff's attorneys or
-2-3, RUN N 89 DEG 57 '.erty dscribe d n ic.d' .'1'. JEANEf TE MELVIN tmediately thereafter. oth- TOWN & CO
IN E 1053..6 FT.TO POB. tfioate shall be Ald V6b"ie. UNG, VENNttE "rwse,, a default will be REAL ESTA
UN N 89 DEG 57 MIN E highest bidder at the' uf iELVIf. t6sI ;- GLORIA 'er against youfor t REAL ESTAT
6.7 FT., S 275.1 FT., S 7 mouse dbor on te- 5TM day- MELOIN JOHNSON, relief dmerlanded n the com-
EG05 MIN 30 SEW 365..S of OCTOBER, 2005, "t.it .'MANtEL '. LAj ENCE dlairt o etntion
I., S DEG 28 MIN 30 10:00amn.- M '"ELVIN; ';1^ WESLEY P orpe
C W 325.4' FT TO A Pt SWIEE~ Wa JOHN WES- ,bATED this 9th day of
N BNDRYOF A 60'FT" Dated thla STh day ofr EP-' LEY SWEET,.II; Unkl wn',Septnlember. 2005.
AD;-N 84 DEG 47 MIN' TEMBER 2005. f"el f devisdll, bendficlar- .. DIVISION
S14.2 Ft,, S ~54 DEG21 8 a 1i dsa, arbid -redtM" Nicholas Thomas. CASE NO. 05-667-CA B
N 30 SEC W 192.1 FT-N NICHOLAS THOMAS a t JGWHNWES*.Y SWEET.., Clerk of Court
0 FT.. N 7 DG 11 MIN E Clt Of therilt :';Ai A I N CITIBANK, N.A., AS
7.5 FT T6TdHEPtB.,: *Gadddehn'Countl. ')b '.- L. M B'AI1:. 's4E^L) TRUSTEE,
I UM BY iTdN MVAL -"K. plaintiff,
RCEL' I NUMBER:' BY: ygreel y" AR AINTr, -i DiE B Taa Turner Plaintiff,
82N3W00OW0q0331011 Deputy Clerk "- ,Nl B 1NG N -.Deputy Clerk s..
S9/08,., 5 ~,' T' YN NE ASH;, 9/15,22,29&10/05/05c
me ii which aDGssessed: ni' "town rti .a s, Uvn' THOMAS DAVID CRAW-
REMIAH AND GLORIA f, es-tarlf" muigis.a n FORD, et al.,
'MILLAN IN THE IRUIT :IL. LA V: SIM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Defendantss.
:'. IN THE SWONP;.'. ,;MOIS: a A PATRICIA OFTHESECOND
d Property being in the JUDICIAL CI RCT IN WASMHIN46f M AON;. JUDI AL CIRCUIT OF NOTICE OF
lornty f Gadiden, State AND FOR OU N SDEN rF *' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR FORECLOSURE SALE
Iorda. Unlesssuch cer- COUNTY. F&R|SA M -. -D ',S:E'N '. ;, FORCLOSDESALCOUNTY
te shall be .redeempbd I .: Rd* *Clf _. c)N GADSDEN COUNTY "NTICE IS HEREBY
ordin s to law, the prop- CASENOif AB ' NOTICE IS HEREBY"
described in succ.r- O ?"GENERAL JURISDICTION 'GIVEN pursuant to a Final
described In such car- ..'. -. .. .


and .u850-509-9369o
MLS#137513


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MLS#139701


UNTRY
FE, INC.


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Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September.6, 2005,
and entered in Case No. 05-
667-CA B, of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit in and for Gadsden
County, Florida wherein
CITIBANK, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE is Plaintiff and
THOMAS DAVID CRAW-
FORD, et al., are
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash, in Quincy, Gadsden
County, Florida, 11:00 AM
o'clock on the 20th day of
October, 2005, the following
described property as set


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3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home with 3
acres- front and rear porches, 2-car
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dining room-gas log fireplace.
Secluded & Prime property off Chester
St. Landscaped, deep well & city
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Additional land available.
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18 Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005
LEGALHI


FROM pg17


forth in said Final Judgment,
to wit:

LOT NUMBERED ONE (1),
BLOCK ONE (1) OF ATWA-
TER'S FIRST ADDITION
TO THE VILLAGE OF
CHATTAHOOCHEE,
ACCORDING TO A MAP
ON FILE IN THE CLERK'S
OFFICE IN QUINCY,
FLORIDA, AND RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 42, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
LOCATED IN SECTION 33,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 6 WEST. SAID LOT
BEING A PART OF A CER-
TAIN TRACT DEEDED BY
C.J. ATWATER AND WIFE,
TO W.E. ATWATER AND
W.D. ATWATER AND
RECORDED IN QUINCY
MARCH 6, 1916, AND
BEING IN THE TOWN OF
CH ATTA HOOCHE E,
COUNTY OF GADSDEN
AND STATE OF FLORIDA;
LESS AND EXCEPT THE'
EASTERLY 5 FEET OF
SAID LOT, AS CONVEYED
TO THE STATE OF FLORI-
DA BY DEED RECORDED
MARCH 28, 1952 IN DEED
BOOK 98, PAGE 505; a/k/a
318 Main Street,
Chattahoochee, Florida
32324

DATED this 6th day of
September, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of said Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
9/22&29/2005c

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

Case No.: 05-1048-DRA
Division: Family Law

Jorge A. Mejia,
Petitioner

and

Ana M. Molica.,
Respondent

NOTICE FACTION
F FOR DISSOLUTION OF
S MARRIAGE

TO Ana M. Mojica, El
Salvador (exact address
.hknowri)'" ,

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed.
against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, to it on Jorge A. Mejia,
whose address is 217 Rentz
Ad., Quincy, FL 32351 on or
before October 25, 2005,
4nd file the original with the
6lerk of this Court at PO Box
T649, Quincy, FL 32353
before service on Petitioner
br immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default
rnay be entered against you
for the relief demanded in
the petition.

: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
request.

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may tile Nolice of
currentt Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
Pulure papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to Ihe address
on record at the clerk's
office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and information.
failure to comply can result
it sanctions, including dism-
missal or striking of Blead-
Ings.

dated: September 16, 2Q05

,Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Amita Green
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29, 10/6&13/05p


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION "
FILE NO. 05-414-CPA
Florida Bar No. 108196


IN RE: ESTATE OF
dHARLES WILLIAM
HARTLEY, Deceased.
-t
-NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
Estate of CHARLES
WILLIAM HARTLEY,
deceased, File Number 05-
414-CPA, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
Ji


County, Florida,. Probate
Division, the address of-
which is Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representative's
attorney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated- claims, on
whom a copy of this notice
is served within three
months after the date of the
first publication of this notice
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing' claims ,or demands
against the estate of the
decedent, including unma-
tured, contingent, or unliqui-
dated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is
September 22, 2005.

Personal Representative:
SALLIE MCDANIEL
PO Box 127,1
Quincy, FL32353

Attorney for Personal
Representative:t
Lines, Hinson and Lines
121 N. Madison Street
Post Office Box 550
Quincy, Florida 32353-
05505
Telephone: 850-875-1300.
9/22&29/05jc

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY. FLORIDA

CASE NO. 04-1689-CA-B

MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS. INC., AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS. INC.
Plaintiff,
--


vs.

ANDREA
UNKNOWN
ANDREA
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN


SINGLE
SPOUS
SINGLE
TENAF
TENANI


ETON;
E OF
ETON;
NT I;
IT II,


and any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, credi-
tors, and other unknown
persons or unknown spous-
es claiming by, through and
under any of Ine above-
named Defendants,
Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given
that the undersigned Clerk
of the Circuit Court. of
Gadsden County, Florida,
will on'the 12th day of
October, 2005, at 11:00 AM
at 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;

Commence at an iron rod
with cap (LSI3266) marking
-the Northeast comer of the
South Half of the Northeast
Quarter of the Northeast
Quarter of Section 13,
Township 3 North, Range 2
West, Gadsden County,
Florida and run South 88
degrees 35 minutes 45 sec-
onds West along the North
boundary of said South half
of tne Northeast Quarter of
the Northeast Quarter of
Section 13 distance of
396.02 feet to a concrete
monument (LS#3266);
Thence run South 22
degrees 45 minutes 23 sec-
onds West 140.26 feet to an.
iron rod with cap for the
point of Beginning. From
said Point of Beginning run
South 24 degrees 05 min-
utes 54 seconds West
561.77 feet to an iron rod
lying on the Northerly main-
tained right of way boundary
of McNair Road, said iron
rod also lying on a curve
concave to the Northeast;
Thence along said Northerly
maintained right of way
boundary, and along said
curve with a radius of
1016.74 feet; through a cen-
tral angle of 05 degrees 38
minutes 11 seconds for an
arc distance of 100.02 feet
(the chord of said arc being
South 62 degrees 33 min-
utes 48 seconds East 99.98
feet) to an iron rod; Thence
run North 19 degrees 50
minutes 33 seconds East
573.21 feet to an iron rod;


Thence run North 69
degrees 56 minutes 06 sec-
onds West 57.41 feet to the
Point of Beginning.

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

WITNESS my hand and offi-
cial seal of, said Court this
13th day of September,
2005.

In accordance with the
Americans With Disabilities
Act, persons with disabilities
needing a special accom-
modation to participate in
this proceeding should con-
tact Court Administration at
10 E. Jefferson Street,
-Quincy, Florida 32351, tele-
phone 850-875-8601, not
later than seven (7) days
prior to the proceeding.. If
hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-
800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO. 2005-301-CA-B

MORTGAGE ELECTRON-`
IC REGISTRATION SYS-,
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE:
FOR PRINCIPAL RESI-
DENTIAL MORTGAGE,
INC.,

VS.

JOSEPH D. PADGETT, et
al, Defendanl(s).

NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant t 'an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated-
SEPTEMBER 13, 2005 and
entered in Case No. 2005-
301-CA-B of 'the Circuit
Court of the SECOND
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County, Florida
wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TlQfO SYSTEMS. INb AS
NOliftlEE -'6FtF "PRINCI-
PAL RESIDENTIAL MORT-
GAGE, INC., is the Plaintiff
and JOSEPH D. DADGETT,
FIONA L. PADGETT: JEFF
SWAIN, D/B.'A SWAIN
POOLS AND SPAS;
AMERICAN GENERAL
HOME EQUITY. INC.; are
the Defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at SOUTHSIDE
STEPS OF THE GADSDEN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00AM, on the 18 day
of October, 2005, the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment:


TALLAVANA, LOT 1,
BLOCK "E": COMMENCE
AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF, SECTION 7, TOWN-
SHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 2
WEST, GADSDEN COUN-
TY, FLORIDA (PROVEN)
:AND RUN SOUTH 87'
DEGREES 05 MINUTES 44
SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
OF.THE NORTH HALF OF
SAID SECTION 7 A DIS-
STANICE OF 3086.71 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 2333.48
FEET TO THE WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUND-
ARY OF A 60.00 FOOT
ROADWAY, THENCE
SOUTHEASTERLY;
NORTHERLY, AND
NO RTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-
WAY BOUNDARY AS FOL-
LOWS: SOUTH 08
DEGREES 24 MINUTES 09
SECONDS. EAST 198.97
FEET TO A POINT OF
CURVE ,TO THE LEFT,
THENCE. ALONG SAID'
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 306.34
FEET; THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 50
DEGREES 23 MINUTES 18
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 269.41
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 58
DEGREES 47 MINUTES 27
SECONDS EAST 107.60
FEET TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT,
THENCE ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
2090.41 FEET, THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 03
DEGREES 14 MINUTES 30
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 118.27
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 55
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 57
SECONDS EAST 144.25
FEET TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT,
THENCE ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 468.61
FEET, THROUGH A CEN-


TRAL ANGLE OF 22
DEGREES 40 MINUTES 53
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 185.51
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 32
DEGREES 52 MINUTES 04
SECONDS EAST 545.00
FEET TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT,
THENCE ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 696.62
FEET, THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 13
DEGREES 48 MINUTES 39
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 167.92
FEET TO A POINT OF
REVERSE CURVE,
THENCE ALONG SAID
REVERSE RIGHT-OF-WAY
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 356.85 FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 43 DEGREES
47 MINUTES 48 SECONDS
FOR.AND ARC DISTANCE
OF 272.77 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 62 DEGREES 51
MINUTES 13 SECONDS
EAST 177.72 FEET TO A
POINT OF CURVE TO THE
LEFT THENCE ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 469.19 FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 22 DEGREES
33 MINUTES 37 SEC-
ONDS, FOR AN ARC DIS-
TANCE OF 184.74 FEET,
TO A POINT OF REVERSE
CURVE, THENCE ALONG
SAID REVERSE RIGHT-
OF-WAY CURVE WITH A
RADIUS OF 480.89 FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 22 DEGREES
08 MINUTES 59 SEC-
ONDS, FOR AND ARC DIS-
TANCE OF '185.91 FEET,
THENCE. SOUTH 63
DEGREES 15 MINUTES 51
SECONDS EAST 111.47
FEET TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE LEFT,
THENCE ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 478.80
FEET, THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 22
DEGREES 20 MINUTES 14
SECONDS; FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 186.66'
FEET TO A POINT OF
REVERSE .. CURVE,
THENCE ALONG SAID
REVERSE RIGHT-OF-WAY
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF -606.39 .FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 21 DEGREES
21 MINUTES 25 SEC-
ONDS, FOR AND ARC DIS-
TANCE OF 226.03 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 64
DEGREES 14 MINUTES 40
SECONDS EAST 86.51
FEET. TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE LEFT.
THENCE 'ALONG SAlb
RIG'AHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 343.92
FEET, THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 115
DEGREES 45 MINUTES 20
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 694.83
FEET, THENCE NORTH
85.00 FEET TO A POINT
OF CURVE TO THE LEFT,
THENCE ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 250.00
FEET, THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 90
DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00
SECONDS, FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 392.70
FEET TO A POINT OF
REVERSE .CURVE.
THENCE ALONG SAID
REVERSE RIGHT-OF-WAY
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 242.53. FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 44 DEGREES
33 MINUTES 12 SECONDS
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE
OF 188.59 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID' POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTINUE
ALONG SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF 242.53
FEET THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF .05
DEGREES 45 MINUTES 49
SECONDS FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 24.40 FEET,
THENCE NORTH. '39
DEGREES 40 MINUTES 69
SECONDS WEST 135.83
FEET, THENCE LEAVING
SAID 'RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY RUN. NORTH
36 DEGREES 43 MINUTES
17 SECONDS EAST 376.66
FEET, THENCE SOUTH .58
DEGREES 17 MINUTES 31
SECONDS EAST 190.0
FEET TO THE NORTH-
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY BOUNDARY OF A
PROPOSED 60.0 FOOT
ROADWAY, THENCE
SOUTH 36 DEGREES 36
MINUTES 24 SECONDS
WEST ALONG' SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUND-
ARY 399.94 FEET TO A
POINT OF CURVE TO THE
RIGHT, THENCE ALONG.
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 30.0 FEET THROUGH'
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 97
DEGREES 56 MINUTES 48


SECONDS FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 61.28 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

A/K/A. 2066 TALLAVANA
TRAIL, HAVANA, FL 32333

'WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on
September 13, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court


(SEAL)

By:Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29/05c'


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
SOF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORI-
DA, IN AND FOR GADS-
DEN COUNTY

CASE NO.: 05-774-CAB

.OLD CANAL FINANCIAL
CORPORATION
Plaintiff(s),

-v-

(1) SARAH PERKINS a/k/a
SARAH LEE PERKINS
(2) MARGARET GAMMON
a/k/a MARGARET WOOD-
EN
(3), FLORIDA STATE UNI-
VERSITY CREDIT UNION
(4) UNKNOWN: ALL
OCCUPANTS AND TEN-
ANTS OF THE SUBJECT
REAL ESTATE;
(5) UNKNOWNS: ALL
UNKNOWN SPOUSES OF
ANY PARTY HERETO,
AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS LIVING OR DEAD
WHOSE NAMES ARE:
UNKNOWN, WHO CLAIM
ANY INTEREST IN THE
SUBJECT REAL ESTATE
Defendantss.

Clerk's Notice of Suit by
Publication and Mailing

TO EACH DEFENDANT.
NAMED ABOVE:

A lawsuit,has been started
against you in the above
entitled court by the above
named Plaintiff or Plainlifts.
Plaintlis claims are state in
a written Foreclosure
Petition and Complaint, a
copy of which is available
from the Court Clerk and/or'
the Plaintiffs' allorney
whose addresses and
phone numbers are indical-
ed above.

In crder'to defend against
this lawsuit, you must
respond.to the Foreclosure
Petition and Complaint .by
stating your. defenses) in
writing and by filing same.
Swilh the Clerk of the Court'
(by mail, if yo.u wish' and
mailing a :copy to the
Plaintiff's afiorney. If you do
nol respond in writing, a
default judgment may be
entered against you without
notice. A default judgment is
one where the Plaintif may
Sbe entitled lo whal they ask
for tb6cadue' vy'. hal)e'noi
responded.

Your writen resopnse must
De filed (by mail. if you wasrn
with the Clerk of the Court
and mailed to Plainliff s
attorney on or before
November 10, 2005. If you
wish to seek the advice of
an attorney, you should do
so promptly, so that, your
written response, if any,
may be served on time.

This lawsuit asks for ,a
money judgment and
involves the foreclosure of a
Mongage or Deed of Trusl
against and quieting title to
the following Real Estate
and all improvements there-
to which is commonly
described as: 508 S. Lincoln
Street. Quincy. FL 32351.-

:In this lawsuit, the Plaintiff
alleges that Ihe following
Defendants nave personal
liability on the subject
Mortgage or Deed of Trust
and Note and the requested
money judgment: Sarah
Perkins and Margaret
Gammon.

Dated: September 9. 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Beftt Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk .

Philip M. Kleinsmith, #6261
KLEINSMITH & ASSOCI-
ATES, P.C.
6035 Erin Park Drive, Ste.
203
Colorado. Springs, CO
80918
.800-842-8417

THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO
COLLECT A DEBT. ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE.

REASONABLE ACCOM-
MODATIONS WILL BE
PROVIDED IN ACCORD:
WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT.
9/22&2/,10/06&1'3/05c


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

CASE NO. 05-697-CAB

PETRANDIS MORTGAGE
AND INVESTMENTS;
Plaintiff,

vs.


FREDRICK PEARSON;
JANNETTE PEARSON;
AMERISTAR FINANCIAL
COMPANY, L.L.C.; MOTT
BUICK COMPANY;. and
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

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

Commence at the Northeast
comer of the South 1/2 of
the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 24,
T2N-R5W; thence run
S0047'E 230.5 feet; thence
run N8925' W 40.00 feet to
the 'point of beginning';
thence run S0047'E 85.9
feet along the "West right of
way line" of a new street;
thence run S2309'W 31.5.
feet along the "West right of
way line" of a new street;
thence run N8925'W 197.2
feet; thence run N0047'W
105.00 feet; thence run
S6925'E 210.00 feet to the
'point of beginning'.
Containing 1/2 acre more or
less.

at public sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the
South front 'door of the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy, Florida
at 11:00 a.m., on' October
12; 2005. *

Nicholas Thomap
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL) .

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
S9/22&29/05c

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

Case No.: 05-834-CAB.

FLORIDA POWER COR-
PORATION d/b/a
PROGRESS ENERGY
FLORIDA, INC.
Parcels: 9, 33A, 61 and 82
Petitioner,

vs.

WILLIAM THOMAS RAN-,
DALL, JR., SAMUEL A.'
DENNIS AND KAREN A.
DENNIS, HUSBANp, AND
WIFE.FAiRM CI'DIt 6F
NORTHWEST FLORIDA,
TERRY E. KEVER AND
JANET: B. KEVER, HUS-
BAND AND WIFE,
EDWARD CLAYTON AND
MARISA LEE VANLAND-
INGHAM, HUSBAND AND
WIFE, GADSDEN NATION-
AL BANK AND CAPITAL
CITY BANK.

Respondents.


SUMMONS TO SHOW
CAUSE AND NOTICE OF
HEARING

NOTICE OF EMINENT
DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS:
INTHE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY' OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA:

TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN, and to all persons
and parties claiming or hav-
ing any righl, title, interest,
estate, mortgage or other
lien to or on those certain
parcels ol land described in
the Petition herelofore filed.
and the following persons.
logelrer with .all unknown
persons, claiming by,
through or. under known
persons who are dead, or
are not known to be dead or
alive, to wit:
William Thomas Randall Jr.
3862 Shade Farm Road
Quincy, FL 32351

Samuel A. &; Karen A.
Dennis
597 Hanna Mill Pond Rd.
Chattahoochee, FL 32324 .

Farm Credit of Northwest
Florida, ACA
925 W. Washington'Street
Monticello, FL 32345

Terry E. & Janet B. Kever
76 Clarks Street
Greensboro, FL 32330

Edward C. & Marisa L.
Vanlandingham
67 Vanlandingham Road
Quincy, FL 32351

Capital City Bank
P.O. Box 900
Tallahassee, FL 32302


Gadsden National Bank
P.O. Box 1080
Quincy, FL 32351

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that a Declaration of Taking
has been filed in the above
styled cause by the
Petitioner, Florida Power
Corporation, for condemna-
tion of permanent facilities
easements and danger tree
easements, said property
being located in Gadsden
County, Florida, and more


I


OF BEGINNING; thence
continue along said Easterly
right of way line, North
13050'17" East, 150.00 feet;
thence South 76009'43"
East, 2.59 feet, thence
South 01"28'43" West,
81.31 feet to a point 20.00
feet perpendicular distance
to said Easterly right of way
line; thence parallel with
said Easterly right of way
line, South 1350'17" West,
70.57 feet to said extension
of South line of Block 72;
thence along said extension


right of way line, South
79"27'37" West, 15.00 feet
to a point 15.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line;
thence parallel with said
Westerly right of way line,
North 1032'23" West,
231.89 feet to the Northerly
line of Lot 1, Timberland
Minor Subdivision (not plat-
ted); thence along said
Northerly line, North
89045'26" East, 15.25 feet
to said Westerly right of way


particularly described ii the
Petition files herein for the
purpose of constructing a
new 115kV transmission
line in Gadsden County.
SThis transmission line .will
be constructed from the
Company's Liberty County
substation to the proposed
new Atwater substation to
be located in Gadsden
County Florida, .said trans-
mission line being a dis-
tance of approximately 20
miles. The subject transmisr
sion line will enhance and
maintain the reliability and
integrity of the Company's
electric system and improve
the availability of low-cost
electric energy within the
State of Florida.
The subject transmission
line is deemed necessary
by the Company's projec-
tion analysis in order to ade-
quately serve the residen-
tial, commercial and indus-
trial customer load growth
that is'developing in Liberty
and Gadsden Counties and
to enhance the integrity of
the electrical transmission
network in this area. In the
absence of the construction
of the proposed transmis-
sion line to provide addition-
al power, the reliadility of the
electrical grid may be sub-
stantially impacted. The
subject line is designed to
minimize the risk of
brownouts and, blackouts
that may occur during sys-
tern contingencies, oulages
or other failures The sub-
ject transmission line will
allow the Company to pro-
vide additional Iransmission
capacity and support,
enhance its capacity !o
operate an integrated elec-
tric power system and, per-
form its statutory obligation
of public service as required
by Cnapler 366, Florida
Statutes, and .the Service
Rules and Regulatiohs pre-
scribed by, the Florida Public
Service Commission, said
property being located in
Gadsden County, Florida,
and more particularly
described as follows, to wit:

PARCEL 33A(PF)
A portion of the Northeast
1/4, of the Southeast 1 '4. of
Section 4, .Township 2
North, Range 5 West, being
more particularly described
as follows: COMMENCE at
the Northeast corner of said
Section 4; thence along the
North line of the Nonheast
1/4 of said Section 4, South
89"39'57" West, 374.13 feet
to the Easterly right of way
line of Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as
shown on right ofl way a3n
track map, station 4430+00
to station 4560+00, daled
.June 15, 1962; thence
along said Easterly rignt of
way line, .South 13150'17"
West, 3677.60 leet to ihe
Southerly nght of way line of
County Road 270-A (a
70.00 toot wide right ol wayl
and the POINT QF BEGIN-
NING; thence along said
Southerly right of way line,
South 88"25'51" East. 20.47
feet to, a point 20.00 feet.
perpendicular distance to
said; Easterly .-rightof way
line; thence parallel with
said Easterly .right of way
line, South 1350'17" West,
251.74 feet to .the West line
of the Northeast, 1/4, of the
Southeast 1/4,. of said
Section 4; thence along said
West line, 'North 00'5'20"
West, 78.59 feet to said
Easterly right of way line;
thence along said Easterly
right of way -line, North
13050'17" East, 171.39 feet
to the POINT .OF BEGIN-
NING. Containing 4,231
square feet, more or less.

PARCEL 61(PF)
A portion of lands described
in Olicial Records Book 546
Page 190, PuOlic Records
of Gadsden County, Florida,
being a portion of the Map
of Greensboro, Plat Book 'i,
Page 127, Public Records
of Gadsden County, Florida,
lying in Section '16,
Township 2.North, Range.5
West, being more particular-
ly described as follows:
COMMENCE at, the
Southwest comer of'said
Section 16; thence along
the South 'line of said
Section 16, South 89:49'42"
East, 835:40 feet to the
Easterly right of way line of
Apalachicola Northern.
Railroad, as shown on right
of way and track map, sta-
tion .4340+00 to station
4430+00, dated June 15,
1962; thence along said
Easterly .right of way line,
North 1350'17" East,
1157.99 feet to the exten-.
sion of the South line of
Block .72, said Map of
Greensboro, and the POINT


of South line ,North
76*09'43" West, 20.00 feet
line the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. Containing 2,308
square feet, more or less.

PARCEL 82(PF)
A portion of lands described
in Official Records Book 380
Page 1224, and Official
Records. Book 354 Page
861, Public Records of
Gadsden County, Florida,
lying in Section 29,
Township 2 North, Range 5
West, being more particular-
ly described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast
Comer of said Section 29;
Thence along the North line
of said Section 29, South
89"17'39" West, 599.91 feet
to the Westerly right of way
line of the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as
shown on right of way and
track map, station 4220+00
to station 4340+00, dated
June 15, 1962, and the
POINT OF BEGINNING
thence along said Westerly
right of way line the follow-
ing three (3) courses and
distances; (1) South
13"50'17' West, 419.67 feet
to ihe point bf curvature of a
curve concave West, having
a radius of 5669.46 feet, a
chord of 593.52 feet that
bears South 16"50'19" West
and a central angle of.
0600'03"; (2) Southerly
along the arc of said curve a
distance of 593.79 leet to,
the point of tangency; (3)
South 19o50'20" West,.
1421.96 feet to the
Northerly right of way line o0
'State Road 65-D as shown
on Right: of, Way Map
50514-2601, thence along
said North line, 'South
6530'28" West, 27.96 feet,
to a point 20.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance tod said
Westerly right of way line;
thence parallel with said'
Westerly right of way line
the following three (3)
courses and.distances; (1)
North 19"50'20". East,
1441.50 feet to the point of,
curvature of a curve, con-
cave West, having a radius
of 5649.46 feet. a chord of
591.42 (eel that bears North
16:50'19" East and a cen-
tral angle of 0600'03"; (2)
Northerly along the.arc of'
said curve a distance of.
591.69 feet; (3). North
13:50'17' East. 414.48 leet
to said North line of Section
29: thence along said Nonh
line, Nonn 89:17'39" East.
20.66 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing
48.831 square feet. more or
less.

PARCEL g9DT)
A portion of Section 21,
Township 3 North, Range 5
West, being more particular.
ly described as follows
COMMENCE al Ine
Southeast corner of said
Seclion 21, thence along,
the Soulh line ol said
Section 21, Souln 8913 59'
West, 846.86 leel to ihe
Weslerly right of way line of
1st Avenue as shown on
Plan of the Town Hardaway,
Plat Book 1, Page 31 as
recorded in' the Public
Records of Gadsden
County, Florida; thence
along said Weslerly right of
way line, North 10Q32'23"
West, 744.65 feet tothe
Southerly line of Lot 1.,
Timberland Minor Subdiv-
ision (not platted) and the
POINT. OF BEGINNING;
thence along said Southerly
ine, South 89 45'26' West,
15.25 feel to a point 15.00
feet perpendicular distance
to said Westerly right of way
line. thence parallel. with
said Westerly rrght o way
line, North 10:32'23' West,
32.21 feet-to the Southerly
right of way line of 17th
Street said Plan of the'Town
Hardaway. Ihence along
said Southerly right of way
line, North 79 2737 East.
15.00 feel to said Westerly
right ol way Imne: thence
along said Westerly right of
way line, South 10"32'23"-
East, 34.94 feet to the
POINT- OF-. BEGINNING:
Containing 504 square feel,
more or less. AND:COM-
MENCE at the Southeast
corner of said Section 21;
thence along the South line
of said Section 21, South
89013'59" West, 846.86 feet
to the Westerly right of viray.
line of 1st Avenue as shown
on Plan of the Town
Hardaway, Plat Book 1, -
Page 31 as recorded in the
Public Records of Gadsden
County, Florida; thence
along said Westerly right of
way line, North 10"32'23"
West, 859.58 feet to'the
Northerly right of way line of
17th Street said Plat of the
Town Hardaway and the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence along said Northerly


Invitation to Bid
Bid No. 05-19
Pest Control
Services
The Gadsden County
Board of County Com-
missioners s seeking
sealed bids for monthly
Pest Control Services.
Bids will be received
until 10:00 a.m., Friday,
October 14, 2005 in the
Management Services
Department, 5-B E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL 32351 and 'opened
immediately thereafter in
the County Manager's
Conference Room, 9 E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL 32351. Specifications
may be obtained from the
Management Services
Department at 5-B E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL or by dialing 850-
875-8660. Questions
concerning the specifica-
tions should be directed
to Spencer Bowens 'at
850-875-8665. Bids will
not be valid if not sealed
in an envelope marked
"SEALED. BIDS" and
identified by the name of
the firm, bid number and
time of opening. The
Gadsden County Board
of County Commnission-
ers reserves the right to
reject any one bid or all
bids, any part of any bid,
to waive.any informality
in any bid, and to award
the purchase in the best
interest of thed County.
EEO/AA
Arthur Lawson, Sr.
Assistant County
Manager.
Marlon Brown
County Manager 9/29c






line; thence, along said
Westerly right of way line,
South 1032'23" East,
229.16 feet to.the:'POINT
OF .BEGINNING;
Containing 3,458 square
feet, more or less.

PARCEL'33A(DT)
A portion of the Northeast
1/4, of the Southeast 1/4, of
Section 4, Township 2
North, Range 5.West, being
more particularly described
as follows: COMMENCE at
the Northeast corner of said
Section4, thence;along the
North line of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 4, South
89"39'57" West, 374.13 feet
to the Easterly righl of way
line ol Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, as
shown on right of way and
track' map, station 4430+00
to station 4560+00, dated
'Junei 15, 1962: Ihence
along said Easerly grignl of
way line, Soulh 1350'17'
West, 3677.60 leet ic;.the
Souiheriv rlgrtl ol wa' line io
County. Road 270-A .{a
70 00 roo wide: right of
way;, Ihence along said
Southerly rignl of way line.
Sounh 88:25'51" Ea3c. 20.47
feet to a poini 20.00 feet
perpendicular distance to
said Easterly right of way
line and. the POINT' OF
BEGINNING; thence coniin-
ue along said Southerly
.right'of way line, South
88"25'51" East, 40.93 feet
to a point 60,00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to said
Easterly right cl way line;
thence parallel with; said
Easterly 'right of way line,
South 1350'17- West,
407.44 feet to the South line
of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of said
Section 4, thence along said
South line, South 89048'25"
West, 1.27 feet to the West
line of the Northeast 1/4, of
the Southeast 1/4, of 'said
Section 4; thence along said
West line, North 00"54'20"
West, 152.32 feet to a point
20.00 feet perpendicular
distance to said Easterly
right of way line; thence par-
allel with said Easterly right
of way line, North 13050'17"
East, 251:74 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Containing 13,281 square
feet, more or less.

PARCEL 61(DT)
'A portion of lands described
in Official Records Book 546
Page 190, Public Records
of Gadsden County, Florida,
being a portion of the Map
of Greensboro, Plat Book 1',
Page 127, Public Records
of Gadsden County, Florida,
lying in Section 16,
Township 2 North, Range 5
West, being more particular-
ly: described as follows:
COMMENCE. at the
Southwest corner of said
Section 16; thence along
the South line of said
Section 16, South 89049'42"
East, 835.40 feet to the
Easterly right of way.line of
Apalachicola Northern
Railroad, as shown on right
of way and track map, sta-
tion 4340+00 to station
4430+00, dated June 15,
1962; thence along said
Easterly right of way line,
North 13"50'17" East,


1157.99 feet to the exten-
sion of the South line of
Block 72, said Map ol
Greensboro, thence alon-
said extension of South line,
South 76009'43" East, 20.0
feet to a point .20.00 feei
perpendicular distance tC
said Easterly right of wai
line and the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence paral
lel with said Easterly right o
way line, North 1360'17


SEE pg 19











Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005 19


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FROM pg 18

East, 70.57 feet; thence
North 01028'43" East, 81.31
feet, thence South
7609'43" East, 40.95 feet,
thence South 0128'43"
West, 76.90 feet to a point
60.00 feet perpendicular
distance to a point 20.00
feet perpendicular distance
to said Easterly right of way
line; thence, parallel with
said Easterly right of way
line, South 13050'17" West,
74.88 feet to said extension
of South line of Block 72;
thence along said extension
of South line, North
76009'43" West, 40.00 feet
line the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. Containing 6,073
square feet, more or less.

PARCEL 82(DT)
A portion of lands described
in Official Records Book
380 Page 1224, and Official
Records Book 354 Page
861, Public Records of
Gadsden County, Florida,
lying in Section 29,
Township 2 North, Range 5
West, being more particu-
larly described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast
Corner of said Section 29;
Thence along the North line
of said Section 29, South
8917'39" West, 620.57 feet
a point 20.00 feet perpendi-
cular distance to the
Westerly right of way line of
the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad, as shown on right
of way and track map, sta-
tion 4220+00 to station
4340+00, dated June 15,
1962, and the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence along
said Westerly right of way
line the following three (3)
courses and distances; (1)
South 13"50'17" West,
414.48 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve con-
cave West, having a radius
of 5649.46 feet, a chord of
591.42 feet that bears
South 16"50'19" West and a
central angle of 0600'03";
(2) Southerly along the arc
of said curve a distance of
591.69 feet to the point of
tangency; (3) South
1950'20" West, 1441.50.
feet to the Northerly right of
way line of State Road 65-D
as shown on Right of Way
Map 50514-2601; thence
along said North line, South
65030'28" West, 55.92 feet,
to a point 60.00 feet perpen-
dicular distance to said
Westerly right of way line;
thence parallel with said
Westerly right of way line
.the following three (3)
courses and distances; ('1')
'North 1950'20"* East,
-410.57. feet to the point of,
curvatire-of a curve con-
cave West, havgla-radius
of 5609.46 feet, a chord of
587.24 feet that bears North
16050'19" East and a cen-
tral angle of 0600'03"; (2)
Northerly along the arc of
said curve a distance of
587.50 feet to the point of
tangencyy; (3) North
13"50'17" East, 404.10 feet
to said North line of Section
29; thence along said North
line, North 8917'39" East,
41.32 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. Containing
98,397 square feet, more or
less.

YOU AND EACH OF YOU
are hereby commanded on
or before October 14, 2005,
to file at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit court in
Gadsden County, Florida,
your written defenses to the
Petition heretofore filed in
this cause, and to serve a
copy of such written defens-
es upon Bruce Crawford,
Owen, Crawford & Hines,
P.A., 100 First Avenue
South, Suite 500, St.
Petersburg, FL 33701;
attorney for Petitioner, and
therein and thereby show
the right, title or interest you
or any of you have or claim
in and to the several tracts
of land described in the
Petition, and to show cause
why the same should not be
taken for the uses and pur-
poses set forth in said
Petition.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that a Declaration of Taking
has been filed in this cause
and that Petitioner will apply
for an Order of Taking and
any other order the Court
deems proper before
Honorable George
Reynolds, one "of the
Judges of this Court, on
November 1, 2005 at 9:30
a.m., in chambers at the
Gadsden County
Courthouse at Quincy,
Florida. All defendants in
this action may request a
nearing at the time and


lace designated and be
,eard. Any defendant fail-
ng to file a request for hear-
ng shall waive any right to
object to the Order of
making

SWITNESS my hand and
eal of this Court on this 16
,ay of August, 2005.

icholas Thomas
'lerk of the Circuit Court in
mnd for Gadsden County,
lorida


By:Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29/2005c


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

CASE NO. 05-880-CAA

DALE SIMMONS; AND
TAWANNA SIMMONS,
Plaintiffs,

vs.

MARCOLES D. WILLIAMS,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO; MARCOLES D.
WILLIAMS

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Quiet Title
has been filed against you
and others, and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, to it on DANIEL E.
MANAUSA, ESQUIRE,
SMITH, THOMPSON,
SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,
Plaintiffs' attorneys, 3520
Thomasvile Road, 4th Floor,
Tallahassee, Florida 32309-
3469, no more than thirty
(30) days from the first pub-
lication date of this notice of
action, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorneys or
immediately thereafter; oth-
-erwise, a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.

DATED this 12th day of
September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29/2005c


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

CASE NO. 05-751-CAB

LEX C. THOMPSON; and
JAMES L. THOMPSON;
Plaintiffs,


GEORGE ROBERTS: el al,
Defendants.

-NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: GEORGE ROBERTS,.
GIRLSIE ROBERTS, HAT-
TIE LEE HINTON, ADELL
MCDANIEL, LORINE
CLARK, CLYDIE FIELDS,
COSTELL BENNETT,
GERTRUDE NEALS,
UNKNOWN- HEIRS OF
GEORGE ROBERTS

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Prescriptive
Easement has been filed
against you and others, and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on DANIEL E.
MANAUSA, ESQUIRE,
SMITH, THOMPSON,
SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,
Plaintiff's attorneys, 3520
Thomasville Road, 4th
Floor, Tallahassee, Florida
32309-3469, no more than
thirty (30) days from the first
publication date of this
notice of action, and ile the
original with the Clerk cl Ihis
Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorneys or
immediately Ihereafter oth-
erwise, a delauli ill be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.'

DATED this 15 day of
September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Taya Turner
Deputy Clerk
9/22&29,10/06&13/05c


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

CASE NO. 2004-194-CA-B
DIVISION

WELLS FARGO BANK
MINNESOTA, N.A:, AS
TRUSTEE FOR REGIS-
TERED, HOLDERS OF
OPTION ONE MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST 2001-C,
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2001-C,
Plaintiff,

vs.

DIRK VANGAASBEEK, et
al,
Defendant(s).


eal) NOTICE OF


RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
September 13, 2005 and
entered in Case NO. 2004-
194-CA-B of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit in and for Gadsden
County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK
MINNESOTA, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE FOR REGIS-
TERED HOLDERS OF
OPTION ONE MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST 2001-C,
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2001-C, is
the Plaintiff and DIRK VAN-
GAASBEEK; BEVERLY
VANGAASBEEK; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at SOUTHSIDE
STEPS OF THE GADSDEN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 AM, on the 12th
day of October, 2005, the
following described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment:

LOT 30, BLOCK "B", OF
LAKE YVETTE ESTATES,
UNIT #1 PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 188, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 599 Jonathon Court,
Havana, FL 32333

WITNESS MY HAND and
the' seal of this Court on
September 14, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
'9/22&29/2005c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS
GIVEN, that 7th (
CORP. the holder
lowing certificate
said certificate f
deed to be' issued
The certificate nui
year of issuan
description of the
and the names ir
was assessed ar
lows:'

CERTIFICATE


YEAR-'"'OF' ISS
"I '
0)&8 V to Man t


DESCRIPTION O
ERTY:

OR 491,P 1735 C
1680
OR 383 P 1210 L
14, 15, 16, 17,
SCARBOROUGH'
TION.
OR 350 P.230, C
1482

PARCEL ID. N
1334N6W0130000

Name in which a
BINA P. MEHTA

Said Property beir
County of Gadsde
of Florida. Unless
tificate shall be r
according to law,
erty described in s
tificate shall be sc
highest bidder at t
house door on the
of OCTOBER, 2
10:00a.m.

Dated this 29TH
AUGUST 2005.

NICHOLAS THOM
Clerk of the Circuit
Gadsden County, I

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk


NOTICE OF APPL
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS
GIVEN, that RUTI
.ERY, the holder c
lowing certificate
said certificate fi
deed to be issued
The certificate nur
year of issuan
description of the
and the names in
was assessed ar
lows:

CERTIFICATE N
YEAR OF ISS
1998

DESCRIPTION 01
ERTY:

DB XXX, P. 442
BLK. 52 IN GRETf
ESTATE OR 86, P.
373 P 1646

PARCEL ID N
2323N4W0430000

Name in which a
SUSANNE MOSE

C/O HENRY MABF

Said. Property beir
County of Gadsde
of Florida. Unless
tificate shall be r


according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 5TH day
of OCTOBER 2005, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 7TH day of
September 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida


BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk


and best bidder, for cash, in
the courthouse square, on
the South side, facing US
HWY 90, at the Gadsden
County Courthouse located
at 10 East Jefferson Street,
Quincy, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock a.m., on October 20,
2005.

Dated at Quincy, Florida this
20th day of September,
2005.


Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

9/22/05c (SEAL)


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

CASE NO. 05-766-CA B

THE CIT GROUP/CON-
SUMER FINANCE, INC.
Plaintiff,

v.

TODD POLVER, RHONDA
POLVER; and all unknown
parties claiming by, through,
under or against the herein
named Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said
unknown parties claim as
heirs, devisees, grantees,'
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants; TENANT
#1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended to account
for the person or persons in
possession; LONG. BEACH
MORTGAGE COMPANY
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 19, 2005
in this cause, I will sell the
property situated in
Gadsden County, Florida
described as:


HEREBY COMMENCE AT A FOUR
CAVALRY INCH BY FOUR INCH
of the fol- LIGHTER WOOD HUB
has filed MARKING THE NORTH-
or a tax WEST CORNER OF THE
I thereon. SOUTHWEST QUARTER
mber and OF SECTION 36, TOWN-
ice, the SHIP TWO NORTH,
property, RANGE 6 WEST, GADS-
n which it DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
e as fol- AND PROCEED; THENCE
S NORTH 89945'18" EAST,
(BEARING BASS BEING
NO. 54 GOLD AZiMUTH), 382.00
SUANCE: FEET TO A CONCRETE
S .' r.i rj Iim.r.ltrf T i E.Ti 1-q:
:. ,'i, THE NORTH RIGi-iT-OF-
F'PROP- WAY OF A 200.00 FOOT
WIDE ROADWAY KNOWN
AS STATE ROAD #12;
)R 460 P THENCE NORTH 72927'56"
EAST, ALONG SAID
LOTS 13, NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY,
AND 18, 93 FEET TO A CONCRETE
'S ADDI- MONUMENT (SET) MARK-
ING THE SOUTHWEST
)R 448 P CORNER OF LANDS
DESCRIBED IN DEED
BOOK 97, PAGE 426 OF
LUMBER: THE PUBLIC RECORDS
1000130 OF SAID COUNTY;
THENCE NORTH 01224'21"'
assessed: EAST ALONG THE WEST
BOUNDARY OF THE
AFORESAID LANDS;
ng in the 468.64 FEET TO A "SJPC"
en, State CONCRETE MONUMENT
such cer- MARKING THE NORTH-
edeemed WEST CORNER OF THE
the prop- AFORESAID LANDS;.
such cer- THENCE NORTH 70239'18"'
old to the EAST, ALONG THE
the court- NORTH BOUNDARY OF
5TH day THE AFORESAID LANDS,
2005, at 204.15 FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT (SET)
FOR THE POINT OF
I.day of BEGINNING. FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE
IAS NORTH 7039'18" EAST,
SCourt ALONG SAID NORTH
Florida BOUNDARY, 119.10 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT ON THE WEST
RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUND-
9/29/05c ARY OF A 100.00 FOOT
WIDE ROADWAY KNOWN
.ICATION AS COUNTY ROAD #269;
THENCE SOUTH 32246'08"
EAST, ALONG SAID WEST
HEREBY RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUND-
H DOCK- ARY, 260.00 FEET TO A
)f the fol- CONCRETE MONUMENT
has filed MARKING THE NORTH-
or a tax EAST CORNER OF LANDS
thereon. DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
nber and RECORD BOOK 268,
ce, the PAGE 400 OF SAID PUB-
property, LIC RECORDS; THENCE
which it SOUTH 72227'56" WEST,
e as fol- ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF THE
AFORESAID LANDS
10. 568 210.00 FEET TO A CON-
3UANCE: CREATE MONUMENT
MARKING THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF SAID
F PROP- LANDS DESCRIBED IN
O.R. BOOK 268, PAGE
400; THENCE NORTH
2-LOT 1, 1217'57" WEST 248.14
NA. LIFE FEET TO THE POINT OF
221. OR BEGINNING.

INCLUDING THEREON
UMBER: THAT CERTAIN 2002
520010 CHANDELEUR DOUBLE-
WIDE MOBILE HOME, VIN
assessed: NOS. CH3AL06681A AND
ET AL CH3AL06681B, TITLE
NOS. 0085194991 AND
RY JR. 0085195125.

ng in the a/k/a 95 Pine Grove Church
en, State Road, Quincy, FL 32351
such cer-
edeemed at public sale, to the highest


By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILI-
TY WHICH REQUIRES
ANY ACCOMMODATIONS
IN ORDER FOR YOU TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST
TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT .NICHOLAS
THOMAS, CLERK, AT 850-
875-8601 OR WRITE TO
HIM AT PO BOX 1649,
QUINCY, FLORIDA 32353
WITHIN TWO WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT
OF THIS NOTICE. IF'YOU
ARE HEARING OR VOICE
IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-
955-8771.
9/29&10/06/05c


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE PERMIT

This intent to issue a per-
mit (File No. 20-0202766-
002-DF) to Little River
Plantation, Ltd., to inundate
23.55 acres of jurisdictional
wetlands to create a 40-
acre impoundment, is here-
by. granted unless a suffi-
cient petition for an adminis-
trative hearing is timely filed
under sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida
Statutes as provided below.
Wetland impacts will be
offest by the enhancement
of 10,400 linear, feet- of
streams. enhancement of
10.0 acres of hardwood lor-
est, and the preservation of
843-acres of wetlands on-
site. The enhanced and pre-
served wetlands shall be
preserved in perpetuity and
placed in a conservation
easement. The procedures
for petitioning for a hearing
are s-t f,:,rln" t.elow. The
projecnr-t is ri- : ,i f-.
Hignwiys 90 and 12. norh
ol Pat Tnomras Law
Academy. west of Lanier
Road, and' east of Little
River, in unnamed wetlands
and tributaries to Hurricane
Creek, in unincorporated
Quincy, Class III Waters of
the State, Section 24,
Township 02-N, Range 03-
W, Gadsden County,
Latitude: 30.5650
N/Longitude: 84.4801'W.

A person whose substantial
interests are affected by the
Department's action may
petition for an administrative
proceeding (hearing) under
sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida
Statutes. The petition must
contain the information set
forth below and must be
filed (received by the clerk)
in the Office of General
Counsel of the Department
at 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
3000.

Because the administrative
hearing process is designed
to redetermine final agency
action on the applicatoin,
the filing of a petition for an,
administrative hearing may
result in a modification of
the permit and lease, or
even a denial,of the applica-
tion. Accordingly, the appli-
cant is advised not to com-
mence construction or other
activities under' this
permit/lease until the dead-
lines below for filing a peti-
tion for an administrative
hearing, or request for an
extension of time have
expired.

Under rule 62-110.106(4),
Sof-the Florida Administrative
Code, a person whose sub-
stantial interests are affect-
ed by the Department's
action may also request an
extension of time to file a
petition for an administrative
hearing. The Department
may, for good cause shown,
grant the request for an
extension of time. Requests
for extension of time must
be filed with the Office of
General Counsel of the
Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard,,
Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
3000, before the applicable
deadline. A timely request
for extension of time shall
toll the running time period
for filing a petition until the
request is acted upon. If a
request is filed late, the
Department may still grant it
upon a motion by the
requesting party showing
that the failure to file a


request for an extesnion of
time before the deadline
was the result of excusable
neglect.

In the event that a timely
and sufficient petition for an
administrative hearing is
filed, other persons whose
substantial interests will be
affected by the outcome of
the administrative process
have the right to petition to
intervene in the proceeding.
Intervention will be only at
the discretion of the pressid-
ing officer upon the filing of
a motion in compliance with
rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative
Code.

In accordance with rules
28-106.111(2) and 622-
110.106(3)(a)(4), petitions
for an administrative hear-
ing by the applicant must be
filed within 21 days of
receipt of this written notice.
Petitions filed by any per-
sons other than the appli-
cant, and other than those
entitled to' written notice
under section 120.60(3) of
the Florida Statutes must be.
filed within 21 days of publi-
cation of the notice or within
21 days of such notice,
regardless of the date of
publication.

Under section 120.60(3) of
the Florida Statutes, howev-
er, any person who has
asked the Deparlment for
notice of agency action may
file a petition within 21 days
of such notice, regardless of
the date of publication.

The petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the
applicant at the address
indicated above at the time
of filing. The failure of any
person to file a petition for
an administrative hearing or
pursue mediations as pro-
vided below within the
appropriate time period
shall constitute a waiver of
those rights.

A petition that disputes the
material facts on which the
Department's action is
based must contain the fol-
lowing information:

(a) The name and address
of each agency affected and
each agency's file or identi-
fication number, if known;
(b) The name, address, and
telephone number of the
petitioner; the name,
address, and telephone
number of Ihe pelnionet's
represenlai.nve. II any. wn,:ch
.'}'l,31 1- [he r .l :; i,.r
service purposes during l.e
course or the proceeding;
and an explanation of how.
the petitioner's substantial
interests are or will be
affected by the agency
determination;
(c) A statement of when
and how the petitioner
received notice of the
agency decision;
(d) A statement of all dis-
puted issues of material
fact. If there are none, the
petition must so indicate;
(e) A concise statement of
the ultimate facts alleged,
including the specific facts
that the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modifi-
cation of the agency's pro-
posed action; and
(f) A statement of the, spe-
cific rules,or statutes that
the petitioner contends
require' reversal or modifica-
tion of the agency's pro-
posed action;
(g) A statement of the relief
sought by the petitioner,
stating precisely the action
that the petitioner wishes
the agency to take with
respect to the agency's pro-
posed action.

A petition that does not dis-
pute the material facts on
which the Deepartment s
action is based shall state
that no such facts are in dis-
pute and otherwise shall
contain the same informa-
tion,as set forth above, as
required by .rule 28-
106.301. Under sections
120.569(2)(c) and (d) of the
Florida Statutes, a petition
for administrative hearing
must be dismissed by the
agency if the petition does
not substantially comply
with the above require-
ments or is untimely filed.

This action is final and
effective on the date filed
with the Clerk of the
Department unless a peti-
tion is filed in accordance
with the above. Upon the
timely filing of petition this
order will not be effective
until further order of the
Department.


This permit constitutes an
order' of the Department.
The applicant has the right
to seek judicial review of the
order under section 120.68
of the Florida Statutes, by
the filing of a notice of
appeal under rule 9.110 of
the Florida Rules of
Appellate- Procedure with
the Clerk of the Department
in the Office of General
Counsel, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard,
Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-


3000; and by filing a copy of
the notice of the appeal
accompanied by the appli-
cable filing fees with the
appropriate district court of
appeal. The notice of
appeal must be filed within
30 days from the date when
the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department.
Requests for review before
the Land and Water
Adjudicatory Commission
must be filed with the
Secretary of the
Commission and served on
the Department within 20
days from the date when the
final order is filed with the
Clerk of the Department.

The application is available
for public inspection during
normal business hours,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday,
except legal holidays, at
Department of
Environmental Proteection,
160 Governmental Center,
Pensacola, Florida.
9/29/05c

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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2005-728-CAB

EQUICREDIT CORPORA-
TION OF AMERICA,
Plainiih.

vs.

BERNICE BURNS, et al,
SDefendant(s).'

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated
September 19, 2005, and
entered in Case NO. 2005-
728-CAB of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit in and for Gadsden
County, Florida wherein
EQUICREDIT CORPORA-
TION OF AMERICA, is the
Plaintiff and BERNICE
BURNS; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
case at southside steps of
the Gadsden County court-
house at 11:00 a.m., on the
20th day of October, 2005,
the following described
, property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:

ONE ACRE IN A SQUARE
F ,R r, 1 III- [ E A ,O P H .
WEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHEAST 14 OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4, OF
SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST.

LESS AND EXCEPT A
PORTION OF THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
WHICH WAS CONVEYED
BY JUREL L. BURNES
AND BERNICE BURNS,
HIS WIFE TO ANGELINA S.
BURNS IN THAT CERTAIN
WARRANTY DEED AS
SHOWN RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 315 AT PAGE 1090,
OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:

THE WEST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY:

ONE ACRE IN A SQUARE
FORM IN THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 'OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST. 1/4,. OF
SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST.

SAID PROPERTY, SITU-
ATE, LYING, AND: BEING
IN GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

PARCEL.ID#: 02 03 3N 4W
0000 00241 0100.

A/K/A 173 Tyler Sanders
Road, Quincy, FL 32351

WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on
September 20, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

BY Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/29&10/06/05c

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


COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 2005-1016-CAA
JUDGE: Hon. George S.
Reynolds III

IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A
.1985 BLUE AND WHITE
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS
SUPREME, VIN:
1G3GM47A3FP358783/

NOTICE OF COMPLAINT

TO: ANY AND ALL PER-


SONS WHO CLAIM AN
INTEREST IN THE FOL-
LOWING PERSONAL
PROPERTY:

A 1985 BLUE AND WHITE
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS
SUPREME, VIN
1G3GM47A3FP358783

NOTICE is given pursuant
to Sections 932.703 and
932.704, Florida Statutes
(2005) that the DEPART-
MENT OF HIGHWAY
SAFETY AND MOTOR
VEHICLES (Department),
acting through its division,
the Florida Highway Patrol,
seized the above described
personal property on July
23, 2005, in Gadsden
County, Florida, and is hold-
ing the personal property
pending the outcome of for-
feiture proceedings. All per-
sons or entities who have a
legal interest in the subject
property may request a
hearing concerning the
seized property by contact-
ing the undersigned. A com-
plaint has been filed in the
Circuit Court of the SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, in
and for GADSDEN COUN-
TY, Florida. On September
1, 2005, the trial court
entered an order finding
probable cause. If no
claimants appear within 20
days, the Department will
be seeking a final order of
forfeiture.

Dated: September 26, 2005

Charles J. Crist, Jr.
Attorney General

Anthony Andrews
Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney
General
The Capitol, Suite PL-01
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
1050Telephone: 850-414-
3300
9/29&10/06/05c

LEGAL NOTICE

Gadsden Mini Storage will
be having a Sale on the fol-
lowing units October 4,
2005, for non-payment of


rent:-

G-201
K-319
0-575
P-619
L-FF
L-438
L-433
K-Q
M-161
H-233
0-559
J-281
0-548
L-432
0-588


Alex Albritton
Barbara Ails
Patricia Bums
Willie J. Davis
Micheal Doyle
Pamela Fain
Kareen Gant
Shalona Hearns
Pamela Johnson
Curtis Miller Jr.
Aline Milchell ,
Denise Scott
Nathan Scott,
Tammy Sykes
W' a n d a


Veneszee
H-244 B e r n i c e
Woodard
P-598 Demtrius Green
9/29/05c


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

CASE NO. 05-645-CAB

UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, RURAL HOUS-
ING SERVICES, USDA,
f/k/a FARMERS HOME
ADMINISTRATION
Plaintiff,

v.

EFFIE L. HOLLOWAY;
UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ELLIE L.
HOLLOWAY; and all
unknown parties claiming
by, through. under or
against ine herein named
Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown par-
ties claim .as heirs,
devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants; TENANT
#1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended to acccount
for the person or persons in
possession; GADSDEN
COUNTY, A POLITICAL
SUBDIVISION OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 19, 2005
in this cause, I will sell the
property situated in
Gadsden County, Florida
described as:

LOTS 13 AND 14, BLOCK
"A" OF SHAW'S ADDITION
TO THE CITY OF QUINCY,
FLORIDA, A MAP OR PLAT
OF WHICH IS DULY
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, AT PAGE 26 OF THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

a/k/a 228 Carver Street,
Quincy, FL 32351

at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, in
the courthouse square, on
the South side, facing US
HWY 90, at the Gadsden


County Courthouse located
at 10 East Jefferson Street,
Quincy, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock a.m., on October 19,.
2005.

Dated at Quincy, Florida this
20th day of September,
2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Bettty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILI-
TY WHICH REQUIRES
ANY ACCOMMODATIONS
IN ORDER FOR YOU TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST,
TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSIS,
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT NICHOLAS
THOMAS, CLERK, AT 850-
875-8601 OR WRITE TO
HIM AT PO BOX 1649,
QUINCY, FLORIDA 32353
WITHIN TWO WORKING
DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT,
OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU
ARE HEARING OR VOICE
IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800i
955-8771. .
9/29&10/06/050

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT;
OF THE SECOND JUDI
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY
FLORIDA

GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 05-903-CA-B

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION3
AS TRUSTEE UNDER
POOLING AND SERVIC-
ING AGREEMENT DATED
AS OF FEBRUARY 1,2005,
ASSET BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES 2005
WHQ1.
PLAINTIFF

VS.

PHYLLIS LAMPKIN, IF LIV-
ING, AND IF DEAD, THq
UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST PHYLLIS LAMP-
KIN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF PHYLLIS. LAMPKIN, IFj
ANY; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS U.NKNOWa
TENANTS IN POSSES-
S IO N -r;,::)','; *:.a: '.
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF FORECLO,
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY,
GIVEN pursuant to a.
Summary Final Judgment pq
Foreclosure date
September 19, 2005
entered in Civil Case Nof
05-903-CA-B of the Circui
Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit in and for Gadsder
County, Quincy, Florida, 1
will sell to the highest ano,
best bidder for cash at the
South door at the Gadsden
County Courthouse located
at 10 E. Jeffers6n in Quincy,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
19th day of October, 2005,
the following described
property as set forth in said,
Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit:

COMMENCE AT, THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER,
OF SECTION 12, TOWN-
SHIP 3' NORTH, RANGE 2
WEST, GADSDEN COUNl
TY, FLORIDA, AND 'RUI
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 05
MINUTES EAST 460.Q
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
FROM SAID POINT RUN
NORTH 01 DEGREES 02
MINUTES EAST 339.4
FEET, THENCE RUN
NORTH 77 DEGREES 12
MINUTES EAST 318.7
FEET, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 22 DEGREES 25
MINUTES EAST 452.37
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 05
MINUTES WEST 489.5
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. 4

TOGETHER WITH 1998
DESTINY DOUBLE-WIDE
MOBILE HOME VIIl
OW61374A ANIP
0W61374B. Q

Dated this 20th day of
September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)


By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITt
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, at tlhe
GADSDEN County
Courthouse at 850-87q5
8629, 1-800-955-877t
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770%
via Florida Relay Service. -
9/29&10/06/05e


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20 September 29, 2005, Gadsden County Times
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AHS Germans
-from Russia

Do you have German ancestors
who lived in Russia from the late
1700s to the 1900s? Interested in
knowing more about them? Have
stories to relate?
- The Florida Suncoast Chapter of
the American Historical Society of
Germans from Russia wants to hear
from you. For more information call
904-964-4975 or 1-800-964-4975
and ask for Edythe.

Fire Prevention
Week, open house
activities

In an effort to battle home fires be-
fore ihey start in Quincy, the fire de-
partment is taking a lead role in NF-
PA's Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 9-
15. By hosting an open house that
will entertain and educate the pub-
lic, the fire department hopes to
raise awareness of key fire safety is-
sues, helping attendees prevent fires
and fire injuries, especially at home.


"Many people don't realize that
they are at greater danger from fire
at home than anywhere else," said
Chief Howard Smith. "Fortunately,
there are many things residents can
do to turn that around and make
their homes safer. Fire Prevention
Week is the time when we reach out
to the community one-on-one,
teaching people of every age how to
prevent fires. This year, we'll be fo-
cusing in particular on candle fires,
a serious and growing part of the fire
problem."
According to Smith, the fire depart-
ment will hold an Open House at the
Quincy Fire Department Thursday,
Oct. 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. The 2005
theme "When you go out, blow
out!" was chosen in order to high-
light a growing home fire concern.
Home candle fires have risen steadi-
ly over the last decade, and the
theme is a memorable and effective
safety message.
In addition to using candles safely,
Quincy residents are urged to ensure
that smoke alarms are installed on
every level of the home and kept
working with monthly testing and
annual battery replacement. All
smoke alarms should be replaced
with a new unit after 10 years. Each
member of the household needs to
know the fire escape plan, and all
should practice it twice a year.

Legal Services of
North Florida


If you have questions about wills,
living wills, power of attorney or es-
tates you are invited to attend the
next visit of Legal Services of North
Florida. A representative will be at
the Gadsden County Senior Citizen
Center, 79 LaSalle Leffall Drive in
Quincy Monday, Oct. 3 from 10:30-
11 a.m. They are located at 8 W. Jef-
ferson St., Suite 200 in Quincy if
you have additional questions. For
information call 850-875-9881.

UF/IFAS Fall
Field Days and
Open House

The University of Florida/Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences
will host its annual Fall Field Day
and Open House at the North Flori-
da Research and Education Center
on Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
The Field Day and Open House are
not only for agriculture profession-
als, but are also for anyone interest-
ed in gardening, landscape or farm-
ing. They were designed to provide
updated research information on
agricultural practices and showcase
the importance of agriculture to
North Florida.
The tours cover vegetables, row
crops, forestry/wildlife, tree crops
and environmental horticulture. At-
tendees will be able to choose two
tours. The open house, held after


lunch, will give participants an op-
portunity to attend special tours and
sessions.
The NFREC-Quincy is located off
Pat Thomas Parkway at 155 Re-
search Road. Registration begins at
8 a.m. and tours start at 9 a.m. Reg-
istration is $5. To register or for
more information visit
http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu, or call 850-
875-7100.


Birding, Wildlife
Festival Oct. 7-9

The fifth annual Florida Panhandle
Birding and Wildflower Festival
will take place Friday Oct. 7 Sun-
day Oct. 9. All proceeds from this
event benefit the St. Joseph Bay
State Buffer Preserves which is lo-
cated along Highway C30 south of
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Keynote speaker will be Susan Cer-
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Ms. Cerulean is a wildlife biologist,
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There are guided trips to St. Joseph
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bats, and archaeology ones, are also
featured: Bill Boothe will conduct a
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Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005 21


Ab
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A message from


the superintendent
Reginald James
Gadsden County
Superintendent of Schools
Our school year has gotten off to a
wonderful start!
Of course the children look mar-
velous in their school uniforms. The
wearing of uniforms is already mak-
ing a significant impact on improv-
ing discipline in our elementary and
middle schools. The uniform policy
never would have been successful
had it not been for the unwavering
dedication and support of the par-
ents and community. I am thankful
that the Board and I were able to be
the vehicle that delivered the requests of our parents to improve the aca-
demic environment for our children.
I'd like to take this opportunity to publicly thank all of the churches
and organizations that have adopted schools and given tirelessly of
themselves to ensure that our children are equipped mentally and physi-
cally with everything required to excel in school. The old adage that it-
takes an entire village to raise a child is an absolute truth, and several
groups across the county have volunteered to assist in our most impor-
tant job which is educating children.
We are very proud of the opportunity school programs housed on
Carter Parramore's campus. Students with multiple retention are given
the chance to make up for lost time and they can exercise the option to
train in a vocational trade, thereby graduating with a marketable skill. In
addition, the students who are facing challenges, for whatever reasons,
can find a faculty and staff who.are capable and willing to help them
rediscover hope they may have lost.
During the annual District meeting held before classes began ener-
gized and renewed our support staff. The focus was on our mission
statement, "Building A Brighter Future As We Prepare Students For Suc-
cess In Life"., This coincided with the recent announcement from the
Florida Department of Education that our school district was the second
most improved school district in the State of Florida. What an achieve-
ment to celebrate! This was a testament to the ability of our students and
the entire faculty and staff that support them. Our teachers worked dili-
gently to ensure the academic success of our students, and for that they
must be congratulated. The School Board members should also be com-
mended on their commitment to fund the first substantial pay rdie give:
to our deserving teachers in more than ten years.
---Our achievement and improvement over the past year was not an
accident. t-was-our goal and drives home the fact that we can and will.
succeed. We will not accept any excuses. The faculty, staffand adminis-
trators.have accepted the responsibility of accountability for our stu-
dents' performance. This support staff will be evaluated based on student
achievement. Every profession has measures to gauge professional suc-
cess. Our support staff will be no different. We will employ and retain
professionals who will produce students who are prepared for success in
life.,
Finally, I encourage everyone that makes up. this fine community to
become engaged in the education of our children. A community is only
as strong as its schools. Our children are the keys to our destiny, and we
must unlock their potential. Together we can build a brighter future for
Gadsden County!


East Gadsden 'jazzing up'

lunches with gala during

national school lunch week


The Florida Department of Educa-
tion, the Department of Food and
Nutrition Management, and East
Gadsden High School are promoting
National School Lunch Week with a
gala celebration "Salute to New
Orleans".
Join us for'lunch with jazz music,
New Orleans cuisine, local talent
performers, contests and prizes. Put

Gadsden

County

School menus

Friday, Sept. 30
Breakfast-Pancakes w/syrup, fruit
juice.
Lunch-Manager's choice OR BBQ
chicken w/roll, mashed potatoes,
black-eyed peas, white cake.

Monday, Oct. 3
SBreakfast-Blueberry muffin, vari-
ety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-Barbecue chicken w/roll,
buttered corn on the cob, chilled
pears, vanilla pudding.

Tuesday, Oct. 4
Breakfast-French toast w/syrup &
turkey, variety of 100% fruit juice.
Lunch-Macaroni & cheese w/ioll
and bacon, cinnamon applesauce,
seasoned mixed vegetables, chilled
peaches, sugar cookie.
Wednesday, Oct. 5
Breakfast-Cheese grits w/biscuit &
ham, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunth-Sausage pork pattie (2), can-
died yams, chilled pineapple tid-
bits, peanut butter cookie.

Thursday, Oct. 6
Breakfast-Scrambled eggs
w/sausage link, variety of 100%
fruit juice.
Lunch-Shepherd's pie w/roll, sea-
soned green beans, fruited Jell-o,
pineapple upside down cake.
Choices of cereal or toast & jelly.
Choice of milk with each meal.


on your New Orleans-inspired cos-
tume and join us in the fun.
' The gala will be held in the lunch
room Wednesday, Oct. 12. Times are
10:30-11 a.m., 11:30-12 noon, and
12:30 to 1 p.m.
On Thursday, Oct. 13 the main
event is from 10:30-11 a.m. with
lunch from 10:30-11, 11:30-12, and
12:30-1 p.m.

Patient care technician
program returns to GTI
-The patient care technician pro-
gram at Gadsden Technical Institute
has been on hiatus, but will return
for the spring semester starting Jan.
3, 2006. There will be a new envi-
ronment with many innovations to
provide an exciting health care pro-
gram meeting the needs of ill and
infirm residents.
The 365 hour (one semester) pro-
gram includes classroom instruction
and clinical experience in bothlong-
term and acute, care settings. Full
day attendance is required in both
the classroom and clinical facilities.
Certificates are issued for successful
completion of each of the five mod-
ules offered. This training prepares
) ou for the State of Florida exami-
nation for certification as a Nursing
Assistant.
Application for this program
should be made four to six weeks
prior to entry since there are require-
ments that must be completed. Some
fin-nci.Il aid may be available to


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A FREE MEAL?
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During the coming year these
great restaurants and the
Gadsden County Times
will give away free dinners!
Watch the monthly
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about your school's activities you
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22 Gadsden County Times September 29, 2005


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Padgett's Jewelry Store has been a
cornerstone of downtown Quincy
for nearly 30 years.
When most downtown and espe-
cially smaller home owned and
operated business have fallen vic-
tim to shopping centers and mega
stores, Padgett's has stayed the
course.
There have been good years and
bad years owners Gene and Joyce
Padgett will tell you. But, the cou-
ple has created one of North
Florida's premier jewelry stores
right here in Quincy.
They have done it by giving cus-
tomers what they want, fair prices,
service with a smile and a little
conversation. They want your busi-
ness and they are happy to wait on
you to keep you coming back. If
you walk into the store, today you
will be waited on by a Padgett,
another key to the success of the
store.
Mother Joyce or daughters Beth
or Kim make sure that you find
what you want and most impor-
tantly that they have what you
want. They spend a lot of time find-
:ing out what is in vogue and what
people want and make sure those
items are in their store. If they
don't have it, they will try and find
it for you.
They carry a full line of jewelry,
diamonds, and ceramic gifts, and
are known far and wide for their
*selection of wedding place settings.
Another asset the store has is
father Gene's ability to fix just
about any type of watch or broken
:piece of jewelry. That ability is
,what started this family along the
trail to owning Gadsden County's
'oldest continuously running jewelry
'store. This year marks the fifty-
;third year of operation for Padgett's
IJewelry.
SIt all started, Gene said, when he
,was a boy of about 13 years old in
DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
'He grew up in a watch repair fam-
ily. His father wanted him to follow
in his footsteps, but Gene had other
ideas.
He ran a paper route to have
extra money and one day a friend
brought him an old pocket watch
.that didn't work. His dad had an
,old work bench out in the barn, so
:Gene decided he would try his hand
:at fixing the watch. He fixed it and
;soon he had another one to fix.
SHe had to get a little help from
fhis father to fix that one, but by
That point it was too late. He was
:on the road to becoming a watch
'repair man.
"In those days there were no digi-
tal or battery operated watches, just
'the type you had to wind by hand,"
"Gene said.
It was during World War Two,
and watches were hard to come by
'he said. So people had to keep .
'there watches repaired or do with-
rout.
In other words business was
booming.
Gene's father made him quit the
paper route and help him in the
watch repair business, which by
this time had a shingle out front of
the store that said Padgett and Son.
Business got better.
"I would come home from school
and go straight to work. My mother
would have .12-15 watches already


Banks

Continued from Page 1

city's finances.
City attorney Jack McLean asked
to speak on the issue and was told by
Taylor that he could not.
Commissioner Keith Dowdell
asked to speak, and in turn asked
McLean about accepting a requested
resignation from the city manager.
McLean said that the city's charter
spoke directly to the issue and set up
a series of events to remove the city
manager.
i Taylor then asked the commission-
ers to consider waiting until January
;when Banks' contract would be up
kfor renewal.
She told Banks that if he wished to
keep his job he needed to bring
:something he has done (about audit)
back to the commissioners.
SNo motion was made to fire Banks.
,However, Taylor, at the encourage-
ment of Elias, will place the issue of
:the city manager on the city's next
regular meeting agenda.
In other business:
Commissioners Elias, Dowdell and
Taylor voted not to accept a bid of


It's always been a


Photo by Byron Spires


The Padgett family, Gene and Joyce with daughters Kim and Beth, can still be found in the family's jewelry store on the Quincy square almost
every day, where they've been for nearly 30 years.


taken apart spread out on the work
bench. Gene's job was to fix them
and put them back together.
He would work late into the
evening he said, getting home in
time to eat, do his homework and
go to bed.
In the summers he would work
16 hour days to keep up with the
demand for watch repair.
He was good at what he did, too.
"I could put a watch together every
15-20 minutes," Gene said. To
understand the difficulty of accom-
plishing that feat, tear an old
mechanical watch apart and try and
put all those tiny pieces back
together in under a day.
Like many 'teenagers Gene
decided he wanted to try something
different. He tried pulpwooding for
a while and decided watch repair
wasn't quite as bad as he had


$15,000 for uniform rental and laun-
dry for 25 city utility workers.
Elias argued that the city did not
need to provide city employees with
uniforms. Dowdell agreed, and said
'he was required by the Gadsden
County School Board to wear a uni-
form and he was responsible for pro-
viding the uniform, not the school
board.
Taylor said she wanted the issue to
come back before the commission
and would consider providing shirts
only. The bid included shirts and
jeans or khaki pants.
Commissioners Andy Gay and
Cook voted for the bid. Cook said
that he had no problem with the city
employees being furnished the uni-
forms.
Utilities director Marvin Cox told
commissioners that the uniform
shirts had the department and per-
son's name on them and were also
fire retardant. He said that the men
were in mud and sludge working on
utilities every day and suggested
that the commnissioners stop by and
see what they looked like after a
day's work. Cox said that the city
had been providing eleven uniforms
for each employee which gave them


thought it was.
He would eventually leave his


father's
shop and
go out on
his own.
He would
have a stint
in
Crestview,
Andalusia,
Al and
Bonifay.
before set-
tling in
Chatta-


have been a mistake, because all.he
heard was about'the problems cus-


There have been good

years and bad years

owners Gene and Joyce

Padgett will tell you,

But, the couple has

created one of North

Florida's premier


hoochee in jewelry stores right
1952 where
reopened here in Quincy.
,a shop. He'
bought out
'an existing repair shop in the down-, charge her
town. Looking back he said it may, his best ad


a clean set each day.
Personnel director Ann Sherman
reminded the'commissioners they
had agreed to provide the city's cus-
tomer service employees with uni-
forms.
* The city attorney informed the
commission that All-Tech Southeast
had completed its requirement to
hire 12 local employees as the
state's grant required. The city has
been facing paying back as much as
$380,000 had All-Tech Southeast
failed to meet this requirement.
McLean would not guarantee that
the city was completely off the
hook, but he did say that it appears
that All-Tech has met its require-
ments.
He added that All-Tech still'had :in
obligation to the city to hire a total
of 17 employees. He said that issue
would wait for a future meeting \w ith
All-Tech.
* Commissioners approved on final
reading the city's millage rate at
2.75 and the city's balanced budget
at $35,773,070.
* Commissioners heard a report
from utilities director Cox that indi-
cations are that city utility costs will
go up this.winter. Cox said that the


tomers had
with the pre-
vious owner.
But, going
the extra
mile paid off'
for Gene
with big divi-
dends.
"I fixed a
watch for a
lady who
worked at the
state hospi-
tal, that the
previous
owner had
messed up,
and did not


," Gene said. She was
ivertisement. Business


two recent hurricanes had affected
the natural gas production and that
the city's gas cost would probably
rise. In addition, he said that natural
gas is used in the production of elec-
tricity and to expect that to increase
as well.
His recommendation was for the
city's customers to conserve as
much as possible by cutting down
their thermostats and winterizing
their homes.


Budget

Continued from Page 1
to build one fire station this year and
one next year but to leave the
$300,000 in the paving fund.
"'\Ve have citizens crying to get off
these durt roads," Lamb said.
In other matters, Dixon said that
Sheriff Morris Young has brought to
his attention that the department is
experiencing a deficit. "He (Young)
said a lot of the deficit is in regard to
the change in administration and
inmate medication," Dixon said.
The deficit may be as much as
$290,000 according to Dixon. The
issue will be discussed at the Oct. 11
meeting.


went out the roof he said, espe-
cially when the town's other repair
shop closed after he had been there
a year.
The next chapter of Gene's life
would unfold because of one of his
friends. Wendell Lovett he said
needed a ride to Bainbridge and
since Gene had a car it was only
right that Gene give him a ride.
And he had this nice young lady he
wanted Gene to meet as well.
So the pair took off to Bain-
bridge. He didn't meet the young
lady, but he did meet her parents.
Two weeks later he met Joyce, and
in October of 1956 the couple was
married and Padgett's Jewelry was
born. They would move the
store four times in Chattahoochee
before a once in a lifetime opportu-
nity opened, for the Padgett's in
Quincy:


CRTPA hosting

public meetings
The CRTPA is hosting four public
information meetings to discuss two
proposed alternatives for the Capital
Region multi-modal Year 2030
Long Range Transportation Plan,
affecting Leon County and parts of
Gadsden and Wakulla Counties.
The meetings will also offer the
public an opportunity to voice their
opinions on the transportation alter-
natives.
All meetings will present the same
information and opportunities for
input. The Gadsden County meeting
will be held in the Havana Public
Library (203 East 5th Avenue) on
Thursday, Sept. 29, from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m.

JAS Class of 1976

30th reunion set
All member of the JAS Class of
1976 are asked to be present at the
next 30th Class Reunion meeting.
Much was accomplished at the first
meeting, but it is important to have
input from all class members and


W. L. Wood was ready to retire.
Gene and Wood struck adeal and
Padgett's Jewelry moved to Quincy
in 1976. The store would move to
its present location, the former
Belk-Hudson clothing store, at the
corner of Jefferson and Madison
Streets in 1979.
Although Wood sold the store,
he was a presence there for many
years, Gene said. "He would come
down every morning and drink cof-
fee with me.".Wood even built sev-
eral sets of shelving in the current
store after the move, Gene added.
Gene said that Wood wasn't the
only added asset he got with the
store. Jessie McMichael worked
with Gene in the repair department
for 13 years before moving to the
Florida Highway Patrol's licensing
di vision.
Over the years, Joyce said, they
had some wonderful people work-
ing for them including Mrs. Leg-
gi t, Maxine Powell, Helen
McCarty and Ester McCall. There
were also Louise Lolley and
Annette Eckstat. Other family
members have also worked at the
store including the Padgett's three
sons Mike, Clifford and Greg.
Has the store changed much over
the past nearly 30 years in Quincy?
Jo) ce and Gene say it has changed
a lot.
Gene said the watch repair now
includes a lot of batteries.and for
jewelry repair he now uses a high
tech arc titanium welder. He also
still works on clocks and they carry
a large selection of decorator
clocks.
They see more gold filled now,
Jo cesaid. "Now it is 14 and 18
carat gold. We have expanded our
bridal registry and we have a lot of
fun with our brides helping them
pick out their patterns." Joyce said.
Joyce said she misses the Victo-
nan Christmas Celebrations that
were downtown for a number of
Sears. "We stayed open late and
served wassail and homemade
cookies," Joyce said.
They still have their "Ladies
Night Out" at Christmas to allow
the ladies a night to browse the
,tore and fill out their "wish list,"
Jovce said. The ladies get to spend
as long as they w ant looking and
get some good food and refresh-
ments as well, she added.
One night Joyce said that will
always stand out to here was the
night of the store's 15th anniversary
in Quincy.
"My Mother, Mrs. Bates and
Mrs. Martha LaFall met people at
the door and helped us serve cake
and coffee to our customers," Joyce
said.
Joyce and Gene have a lot of fond,
memories of their years in business
in Gadsden County. It was here that
they raised their five children and
now have grandchildren to watch
grow up. They will be quick to tell
you that the best people in the
world live right here in Gadsden
County.
About the future the pair will tell
you that they will leave that in
God's hands.
However, they will continue to
come to work every day and give
their customers the best service
possible, just like they have for the
past 53 years.


addresses of those members out o
town.
The meeting will be held Sunday
Oct. 9, 4 p.m. at the Quincy Cit
Hall. For further information, pleas
call Juan (White) Cox at 850-53
5856 or 459-8991, or Sshelia Har
at 850-875-4328 or 567-6115.
are looking forward to the be,
reunion ever.

Shanks '85 benefit
The James A. Shanks Class
1985 will be sponsoring a bene
program for our classmate Josh
Williams, Jr and his family. Josh
and his family have been affect
by the hurricane Katrina disaster
New Orleans, LA. The benefit p
gram will be held Saturday, Octo
8th @ 7:00pm at II Corinthians
the Shiloh Community. Rosal
Walker is the pastor and will be (
speaker of the hour. The theme
"Am I My Brother's Keeper?"
you would like to make a donati
please make payable to JAS Cl
85 Williams Benefit. Contributic
can be mailed to PO Box" 1.
Quincy, FL 32353. For additic
information please contact
Palmer @ 528.1488.







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Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents,
Two years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following three
things made car shopping a big headache
for me:
*Haggling for the best price
*Having to come up with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
tive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even help with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small profit
and you get a great deal!
The best Part is we have family on the lot,
NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't see the car of your dreams in
this ad, call us. We'll get you pre-approved,
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
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0 Down '01 Toyota Sequoia
$421/mo Limited. Loaded!


0 Down
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'04 Chrysler Sebring
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0 Down
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'01 Toyota Avalon
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0 Down '02 Ford F150 Crew 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus
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0 Down '00 Ford Taurus 0 Down '03 Nissan Altima'
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