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VOLUME 106, NUMBER 41/24 PAGES/1 Section QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351 FIFTY CENTS
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incy

commission

ckles CRA

board duties

BYRON SPIRES
hes Staff Writer

umncy city commissioners voted
4eral meetings ago to become the
.ing Community Redevelopment
ard. Tuesday night the commis-
ners met to discuss their respon-
ilities as' the CRA board. Previ-
Isl a citizens committee acted as
board until the commission
ipped them of their powers.
:he CRA has been around since
99 and was originally established
Srefurbish blight areas in the city
t were in ill repair.
According to Marsha Harpool,
manager, over the years the
phasis shifted partially because
funding and partially because of
litical issues. The CRA board in
e early stages, Harpool said, had
termined that there were 130
mes in Quincy that were dilapi-
ted and in need of repair or dem-
tion.
The CRA board at the time
broached the commission and
ked for a bond issue to complete
e work. The city commission said
o to the bond issue.
.Therefore, she said, the CRA
)Ii'fted to the need for a park along
anvard Creek. She said the creek
which runs through the south side of
muincs had an historical connection
o the local residents and it was
decided to put a linear Park along
he creek's bank. Included origi-
ially in the park were a swimming
pool, walking trails, bike trails and a
sports complex. The park would run
along the Tann ard Creek from about
Cra\\ ford Street to US 90 at GF and
A Street.
CRA was able to receive a $1.5
million grant from Florida Commu-
pity Trust to purchase the property
ong the creek where the park
would be located. In addition, the
RA receives money from ad
elorem taxes generated out of the
RA district. Harpool said that the
CRA receives about $150,000 a
ear in tax money.
The CRA also decided to spend
ome of its money on downtown
See CRA on Page 9


Banks fires back



with list of his



accomplishments


Commissioners again make

no decision on manager's future


Photo by Alice DuPont
Steve Waterman, Alyeshia Slaven and Tina McGill discuss the advantages of a charter school in Midway.



School for Midway?


Public school vs. charter:
charter opponents say
wait for public school

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The only way a charter school won't start up in Mid-
way is if the people who want it withdraw their appli-
cation. That's what citizens who oppose a charter
school were told Tuesday night at a special meeting in
Midway. Near the end of a meeting that lasted almost
three hours, School Board Member Issac Simmons was
honest about the opponents' chances of blocking a
charter school.
"Currently when an organization applies, the School
Board has no choice but to approve it, if they have met
all of the state requirements. Even if we turn them
down they can apply to the state, and there is almost a
100 percent chance they will be approved there. We
can say no, and you all can have all of the meetings
you want, but that has no bearing on the application,"
Simmons said.
He added that if he were Mayor Delores Madison he
would be concerned about pushing for a charter school
See CHARTER on Page 11


"We can
say no, and
you all can
have all
of the
meetings
you want,
but that has
no bearing
on the
application"

School Board
Member
Issac
Simmons



(right)
A Midway citi-
zen leaves the
town meeting.


MIDWAY
COMMU TY
CENTER


Gadsden to benefit from $500,000 grant


Beacon Project will

put grant funds into

local workforce

oy BYRON SPIRES
rimes Staff Writer

STallahassee Community College has again
stepped up to the plate to help Gadsden County.
\Vorkforce Florida, Incorporated, the state's chief
workforce policy organization, is providing
$5,000i in funding for the Beacon Project spear-
beaded b\ TCC.
The project is a two-year collaboration among
TCC's Division of Economic and Workforce
Development, Florida A & M University and the
aidsden County Chamber of Commerce.
Beacon Project will be identifying businesses
and individuals to focus economic development
assistance and workforce training. The project
ivill be looking at small businesses and ways to


help them improve their performance, and pro-
viding training for their employees.
In addition, the project will also look at ways to
attract new business to Gadsden County.
Plans are to provide short-term vocational train-
ing for job seekers with in-demand skills making
them ready for employment.
All services provided by the project will be free
of charge.
"This is an exciting project for Gadsden County,"
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce execu-
tive director David Gardner said.
Gardner added that, as the county continues to
grow, the need for skilled employees will con-
tinue to rise.
"We need programs such as the Beacon Project
to ensure that new businesses have the needed
skilled employees. It is just as crucial that we
make sure our existing companies can expand
their workforces as well and have trained
employees," Gardner said.
"One of our goals is to ensure that small busi-
nesseses in Gadsden County are able to employ
more people," Bill Law, president of TCC, said in


a recent press release. Law added, "Another is to
ensure that local residents have in-demand job
skills with which to meet the need for trained
workers."'
The press release stated that Gadsden County
had the highest unemployment rate in the TCC
service area at 4.3 percent in August of 2005.
Leon was at 3.3 percent and Wakulla at 2.9 per-
cent.
"Building the capacity of companies through
skills upgrade training for existing and future
employees is critical to the economy of any
county, but even more so for Florida's rural coun-
ties," Tramm Hudson, chair of Workforce
Florida, said in the press release.
"The Beacon Project allows us to impact the
lives of people living in Gadsden as well as the
small businesses that employ them it is a win-
win for all of us."
There will be a press conference announcing the
alliance Thursday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m. at TCC's
Quincy House, 216 North Adams Street in
Quincy.


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Quincy city manager Willie Earl
Banks again found himself on the
hot seat in Tuesday night's city com-
mission meeting.
This time however, Banks was pre-
pared for his time in the limelight
and had a full blown presentation
about his accomplishments and
goals for the city of Quincy.
Banks was asked in September's
last meeting for his resignation by
commissioner Derrick Elias. Banks
responded that he was not going to
tender his resignation. Elias said
that he had forewarned Banks that
he would be asking for his resigna-
tion in 90 days if the city did not
show some dramatic financial
changes.
At that time the commissioners had
found out that the audit, which was
due on Sept. 30, was going to be
late. After a long and heated debate
no decision concerning Banks was
made at the meeting.
However, Elias asked city attorney
Jack McLean to review the city's
charter and Banks' contract con-
cerning firing the city manager, and
report the information back to the
commission at this week's meeting.
Banks sat patiently waiting Tues-
day night for his time to speak as the
commissioners dissected his con-
tract.
McLean said that Banks' contract
would require the commissioners to
give him six months severance pay
whether they fired him or waited
until January and did not renew his
contract. In addition the contract
stated that he could be given a 45
day suspension with or without pay
if they decided to fire him. The city
would also be bound to certain
guidelines to remove Banks as man-
ager, requiring hearings and at least
a majority of the commissioners
voting to fire him.
The only exception to those
requirements, according to McLean,
would be some type of gross negli-
gence or willful intent to defraud the
city. That would require immediate
termination with no severance pay.
Another factor McLean said was
that even if Banks resigned because
he .felt the commissioners wanted
him gone, he would still be eligible
for the severance pay. Even if he
was suspended, McLean said, it
would require a public hearing to/
hash out Banks' suspension.
McLean warned that if all else
failed, Banks would still have the
court system as an appeals process.
No motion was made to fire Banks
after the discussion of his contract.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor asked Banks
for his manager's report.
Banks walked from behind the
commissioners' table where he nor-
mally sits and stood at the podium in
front of the commissioners.
"I want to communicate my con-


cems for the citizens," Banks said as
he started his presentation. He
thanked his staff for their support.
"I am saddened that my department
heads are tired, not of work, but of
not knowing what is going to hap-
pen," Banks said looking at the
commissioners.
"I believe my department heads are
the best," he added.
Banks had a PowerPoint presenta-
tion on a screen where both the
commissioners and the audience
could see what he was talking about.
He started with the city of Quincy
in 1984 as a rehab specialist and in
See BANKS on Page 3

Commission

vows to work

with sheriff

on budget

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The Board of County Commis-
sioners decided during a special
meeting Tuesday night to work
closely with Gadsden County Sher-
iff Morris Young to bring his budget
into line, and to take steps to pre-
vent a financial shortfall of signifi-
cant magnitude from occurring
again.
"We're going to look at where the
money will come from when we do
our budget closeout in the next 30
days. There is always some money
that was budgeted that didn't get
spent. We'll look at what we have
left," said Commission Chairman
Ed Dixon. He added that the Sher-
iff, unlike some constitutional offi-
cers, has the ability to change his
budget.
He came to us and told us what he
needed how it got there. "I was
impressed with the Sheriff," Dixon
said. Young promised to work with
the county's budget officer to make
sure the commission is kept aware
of any problems dealing with his
budget. "I like that he did not wait
until the end of the fiscal year to say
he needed more money," Dixon
said.
Last week, in a press conference,
Young said his department was
$265,000 in the hole due largely to
increased medical costs, increased
fuel costs, and unexpected costs
,associated with the change of
administrations. Dixon said about
$100,000 of the deficit can be found
in the change of administration
costs with people leaving and col-
lecting vacation and sick leave all at
once. "That was a one-time only
expense," Dixon said.
In another matter, commissioners
selected Doolin & Associates of
,Tallahassee as the lobbying firm for
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Kristen Black, director of sales
for Tri-Eagle stands by :he
company's number one
selling product.

August Busch III and hi
daughter Susie Busch Transou
serve Busch's favorite shri mp
treat at last month's
Tri-Eagle grand opening.












by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer
Hammock Creek Business Park's
first occupant, Tri-Eagle Sales. has
settled into its new home and is
glad to be a part of Gadsden Coun-
ty, director of community affairs for
Tri-Eagle Kristen Black said last
week. The business park is just
west of Midway on US 90.
Although the company moved into
its new location in April, Black said
Tri-Eagle waited until last month to
officially hold an open house.
"We wanted to make sure that
everything was ready for the pub-
lic."
Tri-Eagle Sales distributes Anheis-
er Busch products and is best
known for its flagship brand, Bud-
weiser. The company is owned by
Tripp and Susie Busch Transou.
Tripp is president and Susie, whose
father is August Busch III, is vice
president of the company."
The Transou's bought the inde-
pendent distributorship in 1996.
The couple was working for
Anheiser Busch Corporation at the
time and decided that North Florida
was an area where they would like
to live and raise their family.
Over the last few years, Black
said, the increase in business began
to overwhelm the 68,000 square
foot warehouse in Leon County.
According to Black, the need for
more space became an issue.
Several options were available for


possible expansion. Hammock
Creek Business Park was chosen as
the company's best alternative.
Black said that the park's location
near I-10 and the willingness of St.
Joe Land Development Corporation
to have Tri-Eagle as the first occu-
pant weighed heavily in the deci-
sion to locate in Gadsden County.
Another factor, Black said, is the
ability to expand the warehouse
size in the future. Purchasing the
property in the Hammock Creek
Park provided Tri-Eagle with ade-
quate land for any future expansion.
Black said that it only took eleven
and half months to build the distri-
bution center once St. Joe had the
infrastructure in place. "We
have a lifetime commitment to this
area and its citizens," Black said
about the move to Gadsden County.
Since moving the company has
added about ten new employees,
raising the total number to 118.
Most of the new hires, Black said,
were from Gadsden County.
The new distribution center has
20,000 square feet of office space, a
41,000 square foot climate con-
trolled warehouse and 57,000
square feet of loading and receiving
space, totaling 118,000 square feet.


In keeping with the Anheiser
Busch tradition, Black said the
front of the building has been mod-
eled after the old school house that
houses the original St. Louis, Mis-
souri, executive offices. The
office area has been designed to be
both practical and educational. The
floors are made of oak like those
used in the brewing process. Along
the walls hang pictures and murals
of the history of both the brewing
process and the Busch family's
legacy in the Anheiser Busch com-
pany.
The warehouse has been built to
expedite the loading of route trucks
and receiving of products. Security
at the warehouse was another
important issue. "We have a very
good security system in place and
the inventory is taken every day."
Security is important, because the
company currently distributes about
3.2 million cases a year. The new
warehouse, Black said, has the
capability of taking the company to
10 million cases a year before they
would need to expand.
Tri-Eagle services nine Florida
county's from the Apalachicola
River in the west to the Suzanne
river in the east, Black said.
Included in the nine county area are
820 retailers that purchase the 30
plus brands that Tri-Eagle distrib-
utes. Black said Anheiser Busch
controls about 70 percent of the
national beer market with Bud
Light being the number one selling
beer in America.
Being number one, Black said, is
not an easy position to maintain.
"It takes a lot of hard work to stay
at the top," Black said. To meet
that demand there are 21routes that
service the 425,000 population of
their distribution area.
Tri-Eagle has its own graphic arts
department that produces all of the
signs used to promote the compa-
ny's products. "We also service
our own vehicles," Black added.
Black said that the company's
employees love the new location.
"Everybody loves it here. Our
morale is incredibly high. We have
a very healthy work environment,"
Black added. Plans for the
future are for the company to con-
tinue to grow and add new employ-
ees. "We want to grow with
Gadsden County."


Blackmon

arrested in

burglary,

beating

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A 46-year old man released i
confinement on July 5 for rob:
was arrested again early Sul
morning in connection n\ith
attempted mur-
der and home l
invasion rob-
bery of a 75-
year-old woman
w i t h
Alzheimer's
disease, Rutha
Mae Sapp, in
the City of -'
Quincy. Robert Blackr.
According to
the Quincy Police Department, a
an investigation, this is what hI
opened: Robert Blackmon x\ent
Sapp's home on S. Calhoun Sti
Saturday afternoon and demand
payment for cutting her yard. i
Sapp has a regular yard man an,
was not Blackmon.
Around 9:30 Saturday nii
Blackmon returned to the Sa
home and, using a hammer, brok
glass panel in the door, reached
and unlocked the door, police sal
After gaining entry into the ho.
Blackmon allegedly beat Sapp
the head with the hammer befl
taking between $800 and $1,0t
from the residence and fleeing.
Quincy Police Inv. Troy Gilya
issued a Be On The Looko
(BOLO) for Blackmon around
p.m. A few hours later, Greti
police informed him that BlacI
mon, who didn't have a job ar
lived in the back of the Spotlig]
carwash/detailing shop, was at tl
Ranch House Club in Gretna spen<
ing a lot of money.
Gilyard said Blackmon did ne
admit to robbing or beating Sap]
but did admit to burglary, on a se]
arate occasion, of Lolley's Rent;
Store for which he was als
charged.
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this or other robberies or burgalries
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Midway Chamber of Commerce questioned


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

What is the Midway Chamber of
Commerce?
That was the question Midway
Mayor Delores Madison asked at
last week's city council meeting.
Madison asked Roosevelt Mor-
ris, one of the Midway chamber of
commerce board of directors, for
information concerning the cham-
ber.
Morris is Midway's community
services director and is responsible
for issuing the city's building per-
nmus.
"I don't care to answer any ques-
tions concerning the Midway Cham-
ber of Commerce," Morris said.
Morris said that he was not ready to
speak on the issue at the present
Time, but added that he would be
approaching the council at a future
date concerning the Midway Cham-
ber of Commerce. He added that the
Midway Chamber of Commerce
was not a part of the City of Mid-
way.
He did say that the Midway
Chamber of Commerce had eight
directors, but he did not give any
names.
Madison's concern about the
Midway Chamber of Commerce,
stemmed from what she said had
,been a phone call to the Florida
League of Cities. The person, she
d said, who made the call had stated


they were an employee of the city of
Midway and asked for information
about the City of Midway.
One resident in the audience
expressed concern that there may be
a conflict of interest with Morris
holding a position with the city and
also on the board of directors of the
Midway Chamber of Commerce.
Madison said that she would be
waiting on information concerning
the Midway Chamber of Commerce
to be presented to the Midway
Council. No further action was taken
on the issue.
In other business:
SCommunity services director Roo-
sevelt Morris informed the council
that the city's growth was reaching
the point that Midway should be
considering a full time director.
Morris, who works full time for the
City of Tallahassee as a housing
inspector, has been working part-
time for Midway.
Morris said the Rustling Pines
Subdivision development was
beginning to build homes. One con-
tractor, he said, has 20 homes to
build and under the present set up
had to wait until Morris left his full
time job in Tallahassee to inspect the
Midway construction sites.
"I' would love to apply for the
position," Morris told the council.
Morris added that he would be qual-
ified to act as the city's building offi-
cial. Currently Midway uses an out-
Sside consultant as its building offi-


P and Z board turns down Lake


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer


Another land use change at Lake
Talquin brought a dozen nearby res-
idents to last week's Planning and
,Zoning Board meeting.
Warbonnet Land and Timber com-
, pany was before the board asking
q, for a land use change from Agricul-
i ture 3 (AG 3) which allows one
homee to 20 acres of land to Rural
,, Residential (RR) which allows a
one to one ratio. Rural Residential
Swill also allow clustering of homes
K to as low as quarter-acres.
The land is located on the west side
of Pat Thomas Parkway across from
'-Hopkhn'- L.indin. R',..i. The pr',-
posed land change is the initial stage
iof starting a housing development.
The property, according to a repre-
sentative for Warbonnet, would
jan existing water supply which is
fused by residents along Hopkin's
Landing Road. It would also have
septic tanks.
"How many of you have septic
"tanks," Troy Mullis, who lives on
tHammock Creek at Lake Talquin
Asked the P and Z board members.
Most of the board members raised
their hands.
Mullis was making a point about
Athe number of septic tanks already
Existing in Gadsden County. He felt
,that allowing so many septic tanks
.was a mistake. He was concerned
about the possible number of homes
,along the Hammock Creek tributary
that feeds Lake Talquin.
The northern border of the prop-
'erty is along the creek that crosses
!under Pat Thomas Parkway just
before Hopkin's Landing Road.
Nlullis.a retired engineer with the
State of Florida, said that many
.problems in the state's water sys-
terms may be related to the use of
,septic tanks. He used the recent
.problems concerning Wakulla


cial.
No decision was made concern-
ing hiring a full time director.
* City manager Paul Piller, told the
council that he had been in contact
with the Pat Thomas Law Enforce-
ment Academy concerning possible
annexation and had found a recep-
tive audience. He said that he would
be working on zoning categories and
ways to expedite the permitting
process for the growing law enforce-
ment academy. Piller added that
there were several other property
owners that were interested in
annexing into the city. One he said
was about 328 acres.
* Mayor Delores Madison said she
wanted to dispel the notion that the
City of Midway did not have a com-
prehensive plan. Last year Midway
had a comprehensive plan drawn up
and approved by the board.
* The council passed on second
reading an ordinance allowing the
city to pay its council. The mayor
will receive $300 a month and the
council members will receive $200 a
month.
* The council approved an interlocal
fire service agreement between Mid-
way and Gadsden County. Midway
will receive $23,044 for services
from the county.
* The council heard on first reading
the annexation of ten acres into the
city. In addition another ordinance
changing the land use to Midway's
Interchange Commercial designa-

Talquin project


Springs as an example. Old Bainbric
Board member Larry Ganus had Old Philadel]
problems with the rising number of Approved
septic tanks being approved in the review of th
county. He was skeptical of the subdivision
effect of so many septic tanks and subdivision i
mentioned the recent problems with road east o
septic systems in some of the subdi- River.
visions in Leon County. Approved
"I see this county with tens of review of thi
thousands of septic tanks in the subdivision ]
ground," Ganus said. Road west ol
Matthew Parker, a consultant for The Plani
Warbonnet, said that the reason his acts as an at
client had asked for the RR designa- final decisi
tion was so there would be enough Gadsden
homes to warrant a central sewage Board.

SThL "' .ne_ t!pp.ly h'ad xl-.:, be 'n
in question with a small well owned'
by Talquin-Electric along Hopkin's'
Landing Road. The local residents
said that there would not be enough
water produced by the well to add
200 more users. Parker said that
there might be a possibility that
once the development was allowed
that TEC might consider a larger
well. He asked that the board post-
pone any decision on the land use
change until he could contact all of
the nearby land owners and discuss
some of the issues brought up at the
meeting.
Postponing the issue, according
to Ben Powell who owns property
adjoining the Warbonnet property,
would not change the location of the
property.. Powell did say that he had :
sold the property under considera-
tion for a land use change to War-
bonnet.
The request to charge the prop-
erty to RR was unanimously denied
by the board.
In.other business the board:
Approved a land use amendment
for 27.21 acres at the intersection of
McCall Bridge Road and Lake View
Point Road from Ag 3 to RR.
Approved a land use change for
86.37 acres from Ag-2 to RR on the


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* The council approved the replat-
ting of Rustling Pines.
* The council was informed by
Madison that a Charter School feasi-
bility meeting will be held Tuesday
night, October 11. Piller
announced that several businesses
are planning to open soon in Mid-
way. Among those were: Lindy's
Fried Chicken, a Comfort Inn and a
3000 square foot retail building with
an undisclosed tenant. In addition
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ment complex were now on Morris'
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1992 he was promoted to public
works director. In 2000 he became
city manager.
"I've put over 20 years of work in
for this city," Banks said.
Banks went on to say that he had,
since becoming city manager, pro-
vided the commission with a bal-
anced budget every year. He said he
was able to generate the city's first
bond with a BBB plus rating, retain-
ing over $16 million.
"We've paved or resurfaced nearly
every street in the city," Banks said.
Banks named several new busi-
nesses that he had helped garner for
Quincy, including the annexation of
the Super Wal-Mart and Quincy
Commons.
He added that under his reign the
city had embarked on NetQuincy
and laid 55 miles of fiber optics for
the high-speed internet service.
Banks told the commissioners that
he was currently on the board of
such entities as Northwest Florida's
League of Cities and Florida Kids
Care.
He reminded the commissioners
that he had won the prestigious
Administrator of The Year from the
North Florida Black Public Admin-
istrators association.
Banks also talked about the city
getting the four wells in Mt. Pleas-
ant and having the "best water in the
state of Florida."
There were still other accomplish-
ment that had been made during his
tenure as city manager Banks said,
and that he was just showing the
commission some of the highlights.
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citizens of Quincy and his employ-
ees.
Elias responded that he knew that
Banks had a passion for his job, his
concerns were based on the financial
status of the city.
About the city's financial situation
Elias said, "I believe we are in an
untenable situation."
Elias said that he had asked at the
September meeting why the city was
having financial problems and was
told "I don't know." That, he said,
was not the answer he wanted to
hear.
"I am still very, very concerned
about where we are right now," Elias
said. Elias said he too had a passion
for the citizens and he wanted to see
that their city was operated cor-
rectly.
Commissioner Keith Dowdell said
that he did not always agree with the
city manager. But, he said, he and
the other commissioners had asked
Banks to do things for them and
Banks had always come through.
"I am 100 percent behind you,"
Dowdell said to Banks. Dowdell
added, "But, I must say this, you
must tighten up your belt."
He told Banks that he put too much
trust in people and that he should
"look through the people and
accomplish the mission."
No decision concerning Banks was
made after his presentation.


In other business:
* The city commissioners reversed
their decision concerning furnishing
uniforms to the city's utility depart-
ment. Commissioner Andy Gay told
commissioners that he had talked to
several entities and found out that
the need for the service to provide
the uniforms went beyond a perk for
the utility department.
Gay said that he found out that a
residential dryer does not get clothes
hot enough to kill bacteria that may
be handled by the city's sewer and
water department. In addition he
said that the electrical workers were
required by OSHA to wear fire retar-
dant shirts. In addition he said that
the use of jeans had been an eco-
nomic issue and were less expensive
that other types of pants.
Dowdell, who was on the prevail-
ing side in the turning down of the
uniform bid, made a motion to
reconsider his vote.
The motion to reconsider passed
and Commissioner Finley Cook
made the motion to accept the
$15,000 uniform bid. The motion
carried this time unanimously.
* Interim finance director Christie
Joyner told commissioners that the
city's audit should be ready with in
two days.
* Big Dawg Bingo was turned down
for major development review at
407 Pat Thomas Parkway (the old
Rope Shop building).


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Remembering the "Million Man March"


finding Road


By: Byron Spires


Enjoying the Fall weather


Ten years ago this Sunday, I boarded a bus in
the Winn-Dixie Plaza parking lot. There were 27
men, most from Gadsden County, on that bus as
well. We were headed to Washington, D.C. for
the Million Man March.
I remember the trip as if it were yesterday.
There was an excitement and anticipation over
what was to come. Months earlier, Nation of
Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan had sent
out a nationwide plea to black men. He asked
them to come to the nation's capitol for "A Day
of Atonement".
It had never happened in the United States
and many people thought it wouldn't happen in
1995. The national news networks played the
number down. Some said there were only
800,000 men attending while organizers said
there were closer to 1.5 million people at the
march. I tend to agree with the latter. But what-
ever the number was, there were a lot of black
men there to take care of serious business.
The March was not about the United States
government. It was not about racism, or poverty,
or real and perceived mistreatment or maltreat-
ment. It was about black men stepping up to the
plate to take care of themselves and their fami-
lies. It was about how black people treat each
other. In short, it was about a race of people
looking inward.
SEven before we arrived in Washington at
jiawn that Monday morning, it was obvious that
ve were headed for something historic. Traffic
on Interstate 95 was heavy, cars, trucks and
buses were bumper to bumper near Richmond.
Phe ifuial-'Vfrtratibn for that kind of traffic~-was
ion-existent. There was no road rage. When we
stopped to rest or get a bite to eat, others on the
pilgrimage embraced us and the discussion
ooig the men invariably turned to the magni-
tude and significance of the day ahead. People
ve had never seen before and would never see
gain were, for the moment, brothers.
I am happy to this day that I attended the Mil-
lion Man March. I watched from the sidelines,
like a spectator at a football game, as black men
pf all sizes, shapes, and colors, embraced each
pther and high-fived each other in the spirit of
brotherhood.
'As I said in my column on the subject ten years
go, I never saw or heard profane words, I never
saw anyone with drugs or alcohol, and I never


Discipline in schools

Pear Editor,
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A well-disciplined school is
essential to achieve the'maximum
benefit from teaching and learning
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saw or heard anyone arguing. I saw fathers and.
.sons holding hands in prayer, I saw strangers
embrace each other in affection, and I heard men
talk about changing their lives to help their fami-
lies and the community.
The Million Man March generated negative
remarks from all corners. Most of the potshots
were aimed at Farrakhan. His views on Jews, his
views on women, his religion, all came into
question. But the Million Man March was not
about Farrakhan at all. There were so many
speakers who delivered messages of hope and
love and responsibility. His keynote speech was
a fiery one that challenged black nmen to do what
they should do to build the black community for
themselves and their children.
He told them that the March was intended to
bring black men together to atone for not taking
care of their business and the business of the
black community.
Long before we arrived at the mall for
speeches, poetry, and songs, the March had been
subtitled "A Day of Atonement". As I sat and
watched the men from Gadsden County listen in
silence to Farrahkan, I knew that they were tak-
ing in all that he had to say. His message was so
powerful and so directed to them that a quiet and
calm settled over all of them.,
You would think that after being up almost 48
hours they would have been too tired to talk on
the way back to Florida. The conversations were
about what they could do in Gadsden County to
help turn around kids that might be going astray:
Ideas were tossed out, suggestions nade and
general brainstorming about hdwv to make the
message of the Million Man March work at
home.
The 27 men on the bus knew that they had to
be the ones to affect change. It would be a chal-
lenge, they agreed.
Has anything changed since the March?
Yes.
Some of them havehad setbacks personally
and professionally, others have moved up, one
has died, and all have made a positive difference
in the lives of someone. Farrakhan cautioned the
men not the think that they could change things
in a day, a week, or even years. Sometimes
change is so subtle that you hardly even see it. In
their own way, the Quincy 27 who made the, trek
have changed our community for the better.


experiences. The Code of Student
Conduct for Gadsden County
Schools states that 'consequences
for inappropriate behavior must be'
fair, consistent, yet firm'. In addi-
tion, the Code states that students
are recognized as individuals (page
8). Further, it states that students
will treat others and their property
with dignity and respect; "A student
not respecting the right and prop-
erty of others maybe subject to dis-
ciplinary action allowed by School
Board policy."
As I understand it, the discipli-
nary polic./practice for fighting is
to punish both parties. In the United


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States, self-defense is recognized as
an indi\ idual right in the full spec-
trum of the legal system from the
County level, to the Supreme Court.
However. self-defense is not a right
in the: public schools. I could not
find any reference to this concept in
the Code. Consider the bulls who
delights in harassing a diligent stu-
dent engaged in the learning objec-
tives of the da). This harassment
continues from class to class arid
from day to day. the teacher is
informed but never actually% sees
the culprit. Yet, the students right
'to be in an environment conducive
to learn n and will have appropri-
ate educational programs' has been:
violated.
SOf course, eventually, the stu-
dent will resist the actions of the
bully and a fight ensues. Almost in
every case, both students sus-
pended. On one hand, there is the
bully who' typically welcomes a
'few days off'. This student hardly
ever brings a pencil to school, com-
pletes an assignment or contributes
in any meaningful way to the class-
room. On the other hand, the dili-
gent, harassed student receives
the same action. At this point, there
is no difference accorded to the per-
petrator and the victim. What hap-
pened to 'a student not respecting
the right and property of others'?
What choice does the harassed stu-
dent really have? Well, the student
could allow the harassment to con-
tinue. Even when the incidents are
reported, the teacher or administra-
tive person seldom sees them. What
happened to the concern about the


I like the cool crisp mornings of Fall. It's
nice to feel the changing of the weather and,
see the leaves as they start turning into their
Fall colors.
I really like this time of year. If I had to,
pick a favorite season, it would be Fall.
Maybe I like it because it means that the hot
Summer is over, but then Fall does mean
that Winter is just around the corner and if I
had to pick the season I disliked the most it
would have to be Winter.
If it was left up: to me it would never get
over 80 degrees or below 50 degrees. That,
I have found, is pretty close to my tolerance
zone.
Another reason I like Fall, I believe, is
the many memories I have of this time of
year. It just seems to be a nostalgic time of
year for, me.
Growing up it was in the Fall that so
many things were happening. School was
going full fledged and backyard football
games took up much of my time.
Fall for those that lived on farms meant
harvest time. And although I didn't live on a
farm, we did have a very large garden. My
Uncle Cratus and Aunt Nilene had a small
farm in Glory and I remember going to their
house and helping gather the Fall crops.
I remember shucking corn and then twist-
ing it off the cobs into big cloth sacks.


'learning environment"''" Where',
is the requirement to determine the
identity of the perpetrator? It is too
easy to just punish both students.
Moreover, where is the justice?
Why should a student refuse, to
exercise\ opportunities for self-
defense? The option is to be.beaten
or injured or both. Adults are
allowed the right of self-defense.
Why should students (and teachers
) not defend themselves? Where
is the right to due process (page 29)
if the policy is to punish both stu-
dents? What reason does a student
have for not fighting back if the
result in% ariabl\ Will be suspension
or some greater or lesser punish-
ment?
The practice of punishing the
guilty and the innocent has dis-
turbed me for a long time. It is
essential that it is understood that in
no way am I promoting or condon-
ing fighting. However, if justice
and fairness are concepts embraced
by the school s\ stem, then it is time
to practice hat \\e teach.

Charles F. Evans,-Sr.

Conflict of Interest

Dear Editor,

On September 14, 2005, the city
of Gretna held its first Public Budget
hearing for the year of 2005-2006.
Before they could move to adopt the
agenda, commissioner Sailor asked
to make an amendment to the
agenda. He wanted the agenda to
say public hearing/emergency meet-
ing. He wanted city
manager Ms. Formman to hire a
chief of police during this meeting.
He took over the meeting and if it
had not been for commissioner
Smith asking the mayor who was
chairing the meeting he would
have been allowed to go on about
what he wanted and what he had
told the city managers to put on the
agenda. His tactics of persuasion is
bullying. If he can't have his way
there is no reasoning with him.
Commissioner Sailor wants Ms.
Formman to hire Mr. Barkley for the
chief of police. The city of Gretna
does not need a chief of police.
The person in question needs the
city of Gretna to complete his years
of service for his pension. If only


Life was a lot simpler for me back in those
days. Looking back it is easy to understand
why. I didn't hardly have a worry in the
world, because my parents took care of all
of my needs and wants.
I did have some responsibilities, however,
but they paled in comparison to what I have
today.
Isn't it funny when you think about all of
the things that we worry abouttoday.
Stuff like: What is going to happen to the
gas prices? What about the rising cost of my
health insurance? The list goes on with such
titles as politics, taxes, heating bills, retire-
ment and rent or house payments.
And yes, I am aware there are many,
many more things to add to the list.
Maybe that is really what I am nostalgic
about. Maybe it is more about a time that I
am reminded of, when the weather changes,
that was alot simpler for me.
One added note about Fall. I walked to
my car the other morning and the birds were
chirping so loud I had to stop and listen for
a few minutes.
They seemed to be enjoying the change in
the weather as much, if not more that I
have.
That's part of having four different sea-
sons I guess. Being reminded of the past
and looking forward to the future,


people would tell the .ruth, I :see,
nothing wrong with that. I have not
heard of that kind of crime going on
in the city for an emergency hire of
a chief of police. The sheriff of
Gadsden County lives in this com-
munity. If.things were that urgent I
am sure he would be wiling to help
out any way he could. Commis-
sioner Sailor and
commissioner/Mayor Franks are
determined to make.Ms. Formman
hire Mr. Barkley.
It has been said if Ms. Formman
does not hire Mr. Barkley she will
be fired. Special favors and special
interest should not be happening
around the board. Franks have
already said she wants Mr. Barkley
to be chief of police. Hiring should
be the decision of the city manager.
No one in this position should have
to endure this kind of pressure from
certain.members of the board. .
If you notice, it is always the
same member of the same family
seeking, special favors. Mayor
Franks has taken up where-Mr.
Sailor has left off commenting on
how hard the public works director
work. If the job calls for hard work
then he's doing his job. He is a
salaried worker and should not be
recommended for extra perks. After
all, think about the days when he has
more down time than hard work
time at the city's expense.
Before Mrs. Franks was voter
Mayor, she was the first to say that
Mr. Hayes was riot doing his job. I
don't know what has she sold her
soul for the gavel. She has taken the
same posture as commissioner
Barkly had, with her back to com-
missioner Smith. She has taken up
alliances with Sailor, who she never
agreed with before. Talk about char-
acter and integrity she sold out for
what she thinks is power being
called Mayor. Imagine that.

Dorothy C. Hughes


Sympathy for student

Dear Editor,

My sympathy goes out to Mr.
Burkert and his family, especially
his little five year old that has to
endure sickness every morning
before going to school. I to have a
position with the Gadsden County
School Board, I think they should
rethink their position in denying
parents the choice of what school
they want their children) to attend,
even if its out of the district.
As we all know there is School
Choice, however, Gadsden County
doesn't give the parents much of a
choice.
As a Gadsden County resident,
my husband and I both work in
Leon County and it would be more
logically for us to put our.son in one
of Leon County"Public Schools.
However, the Gadsden County
School Board denied our request
because it is out of the school dis-
trict/county.
So, we have to send our son to a
private school in Leon County, at
our expense, even though our son
has never attended a public school
in Gadsden or Leon County.
I truly don't have much faith in
Gadsden County Schools. because
when I attended school here, I
could only count a handful of
teachers that truly seemed to care
about teaching and their students.
With all this being said, I can only
hope that one day, maybe someone
that can, will make a change and
let parents have their choice of
what district they want to send their
child to, not only for the parents but
for the children of Gadsden County.


One truly concerned parent


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Gadsden County Times October 13, 2005 5



S Gadsden 'speaks out' against violence


by ALICE DU PONT
.. Times Editor

%i"..:. For some families throughout the
SBig Bend, and one in Quincy, there
j will be an empty space at the dinner
table.
STo honor those victims, empty
Space settings in restaurants and
businesses throughout Gadsden
Ss 0 County are being set up to represent
the victims of domestic violence. In
addition, The Gadsden County
SDomestic Violence and Sexual
Assault Task Force will hold its
annual Speak Out Against Domestic
.,. -Violence and Candlelight
Vigil"Thursday, Oct. 20, from 5:30
to 7:30p.m. on the west lawn of the
Courthouse Square to remember all
of the victims and to recognize their
families.
"Each year we hope that we will
not have to add another name to the
permanent monument. This year we,
very sadly, have one name to add. It
will be just about a month to the day
that Kathy Lynn Partida's husband
killed her," said Jones.
Jones said members of the families
of other slain women and men will
Photo by Alice DuPont be honored as well. "This is very
Gadsden County's Refuge House Coordinator, Carnell Jones, set the hard for the families but at the same
table at the local IGA. The place setting are symbolic of the victims of time we want to show them that
domestic violence who are not longer present at the table with their their loved ones are not forgotten.
families and friends. We also want to bring attention to


the problem of domestic violence in
our community and to increase pub-
lic awareness of the problem," Jones
said.
The speaker this year will be Meg
Baldwin, new executive director of
the Refuge House, a shelter for bat-
tered women and their children, and
survivors of sexual assault. More
than 500 women and children have
been served this year. The Refuge
House, which serves eight counties
including Gadsden, is an emergency
shelter for families that have no
other safe options. They may remain
in the shelter for up to 35 days.
Jones said women and children
can also receive confidential coun-
seling through Refuge House. "We
have special activities designed to
help children begin the process of
recovering from violence," she said.
During this year's Speak Out, a
young man who watched for many
years as his father abused his mother
will talk about how the experience
affected his life. "We know what
domestic violence does to children.
We are happy to have this coura-
geous young man tell his story first
hand because 50 to 70 percent of
men who batter their partners also
batter their children," Jones said.
A fact sheet prepared by the gov-
ernor's ,task force on domestic vio-
lence reported that battered women

Driver, passengers
escape serious injury
in Tuesday crash

There:were no life-threatening
injuries following this accident
that happened early Tuesday
afternoon at the intersection of
Solomon Dairy and Luten roads.
Two passengers in the Mitsubishi
van were taken to Gadsden
Community Hospital. The
driver of the van was 18-year
Tamika Reese. The passengers
were Roderick Clark, 18 and
Jamal Safford, 14. The three
were headed to Quincy from
Gretna. The investigation is con-
tinuing.


indicate that 87 percent of their chil-
dren witness the abuse.
The report also issued these facts:
*Abusers use threats, intimidation,
isolation, denial, economics, and
blaming the victim as well as physi-
cal and sexual violence to control.
*Domestic violence affects all


racial, class, and ethnic groups.
*Research indicates that domestic
violence occurs at the same rate in
rural districts as in non-rural dis-
tricts.
*According to the Bureau of Jus-
tice, 90-95% of all domestic vio-
lence victims are women.


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Fourth Annual Seacrest Wolf Preserve Howl-O-
Ween will, be October 14-16 near Wacissa in
Holmes County.
It is a weekend full of events for both adults and
children. There will .be a Spirit Walk on a
Haunted Trail. Fun and games all day Saturday
with a feast for a king with music and dancing
afterwards.
Camping facilities are available as well.
Have your picture taken with a real live wolf.
Entry fees are $5 per person. For more informa-
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ng face down in the water
0 a.m. Friday morning
Jackson County Port
boat landing.
ss reported hearing a boat
own the river and noticed
at (an 11-foot aluminum)
cupied. The boat then
the east, struck the shore
* over.
authorities arrived, they
one in or around the boat.
Sthe hull revealed that the


boat belonged to Coile. Also a check
of the parking area.at the. Chatta-
hoochee boat ramp found a blue.
1988 Nissan truck also belonged to
Coile.
Friends and co-workers said Coile
usually went fishing every Wednes-
day and returned home about 2:15 in
the afternoon. Last Wednesday he
never returned.
His drowning has been ruled acci-
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ten in Heaven, Inc., 12425 Blue Star
Highway, Gretna is celebrating its 40th
church anniversary with a banquet hon-
oring Bishop Nathaniel Pollock, pas-
tor..ind the orninal se\ en members oni
Sarurda\. Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. at Ramidi;
Inn Noi0ih ballon-m. N291 Norh Monl-
roe Street. T.al.ahassee
40th Pastor .rad \\ife church
arud\ esa\ "er .cee i'Ssfii~l:ai. Oct." 16
at noon. For more, ilitrmuo JoIti 'mICI:
(850) 856-5280.
Deaconess program
The Deaconess Boxud of NIt Ho M.B. Church, (Robertsville Commu-
nity), will be having its annual Dea-
coness Program on Sunday, Oct. 16, at
3:00 p.m. The guest speaker is Minis-
ter Ann Williams from Greater Bethel
MBC of Chattahoochee. Everyone is
invited. Elder William Maxwell is pas-
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copal Church Annual Trustee
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will be Dr. V.B. Friar II, pastor of Faith
Cathedral Missionary Baptist Church
in Daytona Beach. Worship through
music will be presented by the Fellow-
ship Mass Choir of Quincy. The public
is invited.

FountainHead Family
and Friends Day
The pastor and members of Fountain-
Head AME Church will be observing
their Annual Family and Friends Day,
Sunday, Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. The public is
cordially invited to come and worship
with them on this day, to praise God
and give Him the glory.
FountainHead is located at 232 J&J
Lane in Mt. Pleasant.

FountainHedd carnival
FountainHead AME Church will
hold a carnival Saturday, Oct. 29 from
9 a.m. to noon. Family and friends are
invited to enjoy food, fun, games,
prizes and singing. FountainHead is
located at 232 J&J Lane in Mt. Pleas-
ant. Rev. Gloria Wynn, pastor.


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Getting a True

Glimpse of Yourself
by Douglas Harris
It is sometimes dire, dismal and terri-
ble times that give us or reveal to us a
true picture of where we really are in.
our spiritual lives as opposed to where
we think we are. Although it is some-
times so shock-
u11 thaI \\e can- Ul
not believe itht | .''
this is us thau \ e
blc2 it- r, i onait-al- ,
ize i\ th our- ,"
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con tmmon prac-
tice ot rationali-
zaiuon t pointing the finger or blaming
others for our spiritual, emotional, and
physical behaviors. Although this is
not entirely false, our past has some
merit, but it's not the end of it all.
As I have grown older, I've realized
that I can tell more about people from
their reactions than their actions. We
can plan our actions but not our reac-
tions. Reactions are impulsive. They
are involuntary "truth" muscle that is
non controllable because it responds to
our inner selves. In other words, what
is in us will come out of us. Sir Isaac
Newtonin his law of motion ai.d it Lii
way "to every action there i an equa
and opposite reaction". King Solomon
in Proverb 23:7 said it this way, "for as
he thinketh inhis heart, so is he". Jesus
the Christ in Luke 6:45 said it this way,
"A good man out of the good treasure
of his heart bringeth forth that which is
good; an evil man out of the evil treas-
ure of his heart bringeth forth that
which is evil: for of the abundance of
the'heart'his mouth speaketh.",
Peter's denial of Jesus was an action
vs. reaction. His planned action was
not to deny Jesus in the heat of the
moment. However, when the heat of
the moment came, he reacted differ-
ently than he had planned. He denied
Christ. This was a moment of truth for
Peter. He got a true glimpse of himself
at that time.
The tragedy in any person's life is
when that person has experienced truth
about himself or herself, and misses


the message. As for Peter, he read the
message and responded appropriately.
He became a great preacher.
As Christian, once we get a glimpse
of ourselves, we must pray for change
and not become repeat offenders of the
past after the truth hasbeen revealed.
And ye shall know the truth shall set
you free.
I would like to hear from you. Write
me at douglas.harris@revive to
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Greater Tanner luau
Greater Tanner is having a Hallelujah
luau on Oct. 15, at 3:00. p.m. The
-PDcI- h.a'?, pl.tnned 'pccial activities
tci c.atLiiond ,.a;i t a;nd tile )ounrg peo-
pie which will include music, dancing,
limbo, bingo, three-legged races, vol-
leyball, burlap sack races, etc. Food,
door prizes and lots of 'fun will be the
order of the afternoon!
Please call 627-2386 for ticket infor-
mation if you would like to hula with
us. Rev. Elizabeth Yates, pastor, and
the Young People's department invite
you to enjoy with us at 1911 Martin
Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy.
Greater Tanner Chapel
Pre-Harvest worship
Rev. Clarence Jackson and the
Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church of Chattahoochee will conduct
Service on the third Sunday, Oct 16 at
8:00 a.m. The theme "Seed, Sow, Har-
vest" will continue through October
and November as the church labors
toward the Harvest.
Rev. Elizabeth Yates and the Har-
vest Committee extend an open invita-
tion for worship at 1911 Martin Luther
King, Jr. Blvd, Quincy, as we continue
to usher in the Harvest season.
Wells benefit program
The James A. Shanks Class of 1977
invites you to join us at a benefit
program for class president James
Alvin Wells. This service will be on
Sunday, Oct. 30, 4 p.m. at Mt Zion
Primitive Baptist Church in Quincy.
The speaker for this occasion will be
Minister Daniel Wells. For further
information, please contact program
chair Geraldine Smith-Harrison at
627-2260 or Ruby Smith-Ellison at
627-2434.


It's Time for a Change
What a mighty God we serve..Thank God for still allowing us
another chance to be about our Father's business. Dennis woke
us up. Katrina shook us up. Let us not go back to sleep. We just
might oversleep. God is still a just God, he loves us all. He just
hates sin. We are like the Apostle Paul when the problems didn't
go away, Acts 21:11 KJV Paul in prison. You see Lord it's time to
get out of this prison. There is a lot of work to be done. Churches to start; souls to
win. I need to be out of here. Can't we say we have not gotten our Dennis before
Katrina did worse. Where are you, God? He was there all the time. In the midst of
our daily frustrations and discouragement Jesus brings the same message to
America, to cheer us today. Be faithful, I've made a way, St. John 16:33. How could
Paul have saved himself from all this conspiracy? He couldn't have-that's a lesson
for our nation today. The time will come when in all of God's goodness and mercy
God will some time show up to prove who owns, gives, everything to man and then
let man know the Lord thy God is still in control of his world.
Is any problem so big it can push us around spiritually? Maybe so but can a
problem push God around? No way.
It's time for a change. God .is the same God that said, Fear not, for I am with
thee; be not dismayed for I am thy God. I will strengthen thee, yea I will help thee.
I will uphold thee (America) with the right hand of my righteousness. Isaiah 41:10.
Trust God, call everybody for prayer with faith. Prayer changes things.
Everybody pray.
Humbly submitted,
Evangelist Florence M. Bradwell


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Gadsden County Times October 13, 2005 7


Chttrch news


Obit4uiriea

indrew Bush

Andrew Bush, 62, of Havana, died on Saturday, October 8, 2005, at Talla-
,assee Memorial Hospital. A native of Gadsden County, he was employed
iy Coastal Plywood Company.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at China Hill MB Church
with the Rev. Dr. James Sailor officiating and burial at Hopewell Cemetery.
Visitation is from 1 to 7 p.m. Friday at Williams Funeral Home, who has
charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Bush of Havana; two sons, Antonio Bush
of Woodville, and Devone Bush of Havana; two sisters, Christina Bush of
Havana, and Louisa Bivens of Rochester, NY; four half-sisters, Conestine
Pugh, Shonda Bush and Gwendolyn Bush all of Havana, and Cynthia Bush
of Tallahassee; four stepsisters, Rutha Thompson and Glenda Ruff of Tal-
lahassee, Cora Anderson Smith of Havana, and Patricia Maynor of Quincy;
a half-brother, Ronnie Bush of Ft. Lees, LA; and two grandchildren.

Olean Shuler Davis

SOlean Shuler Davis, 99, of Sawdust, died on Thursday, October 6, 2005,
at Tallahassee. A native of Gadsden County, she was a homemaker and
member of Woodland Presbyterian Church in Sawdust.
Graveside services were Monday, Oct. 10 at Hillcrest Cemetery with Rev.
Roe M. Callaway and Rev. Ruth Maschewske officiating. Charles McClel-
lan Funeral Home Quincy had charge of arrangements. Memorial contri-
btiuon.s may be made to Woodland Presbyterian Church, Box 119, Gretna
32332, or any Hurricane Relief Fund.
She is survived by a son, Forrest Johnny (Ann) Davis of Sawdust; three
daughters, Kay Davis Lay of Sawdust, Betty Davis (Bill) Morrison of
Charlotte, NC, and Saradee Davis (Tom) Bowen of Chipley; a sister, Myr-
tice Shuler Koucky of Tallahassee; 17 grandchildren and 26 great-grand-
children.
She was preceded in death by her husband, J. Forrest (Papa) Davis, Sr., a
son, Hal Davis, and grandson, Dennis Barden Lay.

Hugh Bryan Hosey

- Hugh Bryan Hosey, 42, of Quincy, died on Saturday, October 8, 2005, in
Tallahassee. A lifelong resident of Gadsden County, he attended the Quincy
,Assembly of God Church. He was a carpenter, .fisherman, and motorcyclist
and worked on small engines and electronics.
Funeral services were Wednesday, Oct. 12 at Quincy Assembly of God
Church with burial at Poplar Branch Cemetery in Greensboro. Bevis
-Funeral Home of Quincy had charge of arrangements. Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 241 John Knox Rd.,
Suite 100, Tallahassee, FL 32303, or the Humane Societr. 1624 Metropol-
itan Circle, Suite B, Tallahassee, FL 32308. .
,He is survived by two sons, Thomas Hosey and Levi Hosey of Tallahas-
ee; his mother. Christine Shiver and husband Kelly of Quincy;' one
brother, Mark (Linda) Hosey of Coon Bottom; two sisters, Paula (Rick)
jRandolph of Quincy, and Sheila (Todd) Goodson of Ashford, AL.


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Pumpkin Patch is ready

ForeNt Hills United Methodist
church. located at 1729 West King
treer in Quinci, will once again be
hosting its annual Pumpkin Patch.
he patch \ ill be open daily with
pumpkins. gourds, dried corn, floral
ranncnenrs and much more for
|ale.
The Pumpkin Patch will be open
from Saturday, Oct. 15 through
Monday, Oct. 31. The telephone
number for the church is 627-8004.

Mt. Zion News

Intercessory prayer each Monday
and Tuesday at 12 noon. Wednesday
fat 7 p.m. Bible study and youth


Your time on earth seemed
all too brief
because I wanted you in
my life forever.
And although I really miss you,
in my heart I know that you
are at peace
I'm thankful for the times
we shared
and the priceless memories too;
for those memories are a comfort
now when I lovingly -
Remember You.
August 11, 1940 -
October 15, 2004
Theal Thomas Jr.
from your wife Mamie,
Son Vincent and
daughters Vitina & Barnita

Thanks for reading


teaching. Gospel Choir rehearsal
Thursday\ at 7 p.m. NMonthl5 confer-
ence Friday at 7 p.m.
Church school Sunday morning
9:30 a.m. Morning worship service
Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
Middle Florida-Georgia Primitive
Baptist Association will begin on
Oct. 17, with the opening program
Monday at 7 p.m. The association
will be at Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church in Tallahassee, Oct.
17-22.
TheClothes Closet is available for
those needing this service. Please
call 627-8442 for assistance.
Let's not forget those disaster vic-
tims. Please send a love offering
and your prayers to help them
through this difficult time.


Unity meeting
Greenshade/Dogtown "Unity in
the Community" monthly meeting
will be Saturday, Oct. 15, at 11:00
a.m. at Trinity Tabernacle Church.
Please make plans to attend.

New Birth Church
Services are: 11:00 a.m. 1st, 2nd
and 3rd Sundays; 10:00 a.m. Sun-
day school every Sunday; 7:00 p.m.
- Bible teaching/prayer meeting
Wednesday nights; 7:00 p.m. -
Building fund program Friday, Oct
21.. Pastor: El Eddie Richardson

H Corinthians Ministries
Worship service every Sunday at
11:00 a.m. Sunday school at 9:45
a.m. Praise and worship at 7:30 p.m.
every Wednesday; Morning Glory
Saturday at 9:00 a.m.


Oct. 10-14, 7:30 p.m nightly fall
revival. Apostle Jacquelyn Porter.
October 15-Apostle Copeland at
True Light Ministries women's con-
ference 7:00 a.m.
Oct. 19-1I Corinthians at Elizabeth
C.O.G.I.C.W.H. at 7:30 p.m.
Oct 21-Apostle Walker-Copeland
at Rosedale First Born women's
conference 7:30 p.m.
Oct 23-Apostle Walker-Copeland
at Zion House of Prayer, Nashville,
TN. 3:30 p.m.
Oct 25-Marriage Ministry at 7:30
p.m.
Oct 26-1I Corinthians at Greater
Faith Christian Center,. Pastor
Kenny Jackson at7:30 p.m.
Oct 28-Free style Friday at II
Corinthians 7:30 p.m.
For more information contact Patsy
Henry at 875-4497 Mon.-Fri. 10:00
a.m.-3:30 p.m.


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'A Mll t1rs, Ola jean Smith 1
Dec 23, 1952-Sept. 14, 1970
S. It' s been thirty-five years;
,; since you've been gone. Wel
D, : have your love to carry on.
:You are truly missed but,
9flever forgotten, Your kind,
', words and entle spirit up-
.. lifted our hearts; but our.
Greatest comfort is knowing
t h, that you are resting
in the frms of our ffeavenly g father. You will always be
i loved, and the memories we have ofy ou will always be
.cherished in our hearts and in our minds. ,

:IO forever, we love gou.

, Son Torium .l, Smith (Christine), grand-Children Tori :
and laron Smith, fMother flmie U, Williner, Sisters '
SDale and Debra, Brothers Reginald, Victor, William, and
Sterling, Relatives and Jriends,
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For your kindness, We Thank You...
Mere words cannot express the depth of our gratitude for your support during
our loved one, Selmo Bradley's illness and our time of bereavement: Our family
is comforted through the infinite ways in which you expressed your love to us.
This homegoing celebration for our Dad produced a reunion of friends, family,
and special community leaders that we will cherish always. For all rallied quiet-'
ly but effectively'to make Daddy's final remembrance one of dignity and
respect. Whatever needed to be done, you did it.
Thank you to the Mayor (Sherrie Taylor) and other City Officials (Willie Earl
Banks and Derrick Elias), Superintendent Reginald James, and Sheriff Morris
Young for making the transition from our home to the Church one of comfort
and ease. Thanks to Yolanda Edwards and the staff of Williams Funeral Home
for being so gracious and kind to our family, as well as the host of friends who
surrounded us. Thanks to the Gadsden County Times and Alice DuPont, for the
expressions of honor bestowed upon our father through your written words.
Thank you to the religious leaders Presiding Elders G.T. Barkley, Henry Griffin,
and O.C. Williams for officiating the services and for your prayers. Also thank
you to Rev. Larryisaac Scott, Rev. Maurice Evans and Rev. Clarence Williams
of St. Petersburg, Florida. A ,ery special thanks to our brother and Pastor Rev.
Matthew Bryant for his unwavering spiritual support and prayers throughout
these times no matter the time of day or night.
To the friends of Beverly, Terry, Thurston, Annell, Dorothy, Barbara, Mary,
Juanita, Michael and Clarence, we love each and every one of you. You did so
much, we will always remember your thoughtfulness. To the loyal and true
friends of our mom Mary Elizabeth, thank so much for all of the encouragement
you gave. Her strength came from your being there and for that we are blessed.
You sent flowers, cards, delicious meals and beverages, made daily calls and
visits and spoke continuous words of comfort.
And finally to the members of St. John Church family, we thank you most of all.
To all the hands that readied the church and all who prepared and served food to
hundreds of guests we can only say, through you expressions and good deeds
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Bowen, Shepherd


to marry in March


Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bowen of
Hiawassee, GA, announce the
engiagemenit of their daughter.
Rebecca Marie Bowen. to James
Nicolo SliLpherd, II, son of his.
Pam Traylor of Blountstown, and
the late James Nicolo Shepherd.
A wedding is planned for March
2006.
Miss Bowen attended John Carroll
High School in Ft. Pierce and grad-
uated from Florida State University


with a B.S. in Communication -
Advertising (1999) and a M.S. in
Higher Education Student Affairs
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She is employed as an administra-
tor at the Florida State University
College of Medicine in Tallahassee.
Mr. Shepherd graduated from
Blountstown High School in 1995.
He works for the Gadsden County
School Board in Qiincy as a
mechanic.


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Hook in carrier exercise
Navy Cmdr. Luther H. Hook, m,
son of Betty B. West of Havana,
Fla., and his shipmates returned
from a three-month summer under-
way period while assigned to the
aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk,
forward deployed to Yokosuka,,
Japan.
Hook and more than 5, 300 of his
fellow shipmates participated in
exercises Talisman Saber 2005, the
third annual Orange Crush and Joint
Air and Sea Exercise (JASEX)
2005.
Talisman Saber 2005 gave the
USS Kitty Hawk the chance to train
with Australian military forces,
Orange Crush focused on integrat-
ing different parts of the strike
group together, and JASEX tested
the groups ability to operate with
different parts of the U.S. Armed
Forces.
USS Kitty Hawk is the first of the
"supeicarriers, commissioned
April 29, 1961. Carriers like USS
Kitty Hawk are deployed through-
out the world to maintain U.S. pres-
ence and provide rapid response in
time of crisis.
The ship serves as a highly visible
deterrent to would-be aggressors
and is equipped with the most versa-
.tile and powerful weapons and air-
craft available.
SHook joined the Navy in May
1986.
-- For more information on the
deployment and high resolution
photographs, visit USS -Kitty
Hawk's Web site at http://www.kit-
tyhawk.navy.mil.

Curry, Hancock assist
in community relations
Nlarine Corps Sgt. Nlitchell J.
Curry, son of Willie C. Curry of
Gretna, and Marine Corps Cpl. John
W. Hancock, son of John W. Han-
cock of Quincy, and fellow Marines
and Sailors took part in a commu-
; nity relations project during aport
visit to Dubai, :United Arab Emi-
rates,while assigned to the 26th
Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU)
homebased at Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Volunteers worked at City of
Hope, a women's shelter- in
Jumeirah. They painted hallways,
and performed general repair work,
while some of the servicemembers
played with the children staying at
the home.
MEUs are built around a rein-
forced infantry battalion, a- combat
service support element, a rein-


forced helicopter squadron and a
command element. With its comple-
ment of fully integrated air and
ground forces, Curry's unit is ready
to conduct real-world operations
including amphibious, helicopter
and boat raids, tactical recovery of .
aircraft and personnel,; noncombat-
ant evacuation .operations and
humanitarian assistance operations.
Curry is a 1997 graduate of
Shanks High School and joined the
Marine Corps in July 1997. Han-
cock is a 1999 graduate of Florida
High School. of Tallahassee. and
joined the Mariine Corps in March
2001.
For more, information oin the
,deployment and high: resolution*
photographs, visit the '26tf MVEU.
Web site '-at
https://www.usmnc.mil/26thM EU/in
dex.htm.

Rogers deployed
Navy.Chief Petty Officer Dexter
M. Rogers, son of Priscilla Dilworth
of and Willie Rogers of Quincy,
departed on a scheduled deployment
in support of the Global War on Ter-
rorism while assigned to the aircraft
carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
homeported in Norfolk, Va.
SPrior to deploying, Rogers and':.
more than 7,500 of his fellow:ship-
mates of the USS Theodore Roo-
sevelt Camer Strike Group success-
fully completed a Composite Traini-
ing Unit Exercise and a Joint Task
Force Exercise
(JTFEX). The JTFEX is the final
step in preparing the strike group for
deployment. and is designed to test
its ability to operate in a complex.
hostile environment v ith other U.S..
and coalition forces. .
S Carriers like Theodore Roo-
sevelt are deployed throughout the'
world to maintain U.S. presence and
provide rapid response,ii times of..
crisis. They are equipped with the
most, versatile, .and .powerful
weapons and aircraft available.
Rogers is a 1989 graduate of
James A. Shanks :High School of "
QuincN. and joined the Navy in
August, 1989

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Jermia is one
Jermia Renee' Dubose cele-
brated her' 1st birthday on Oct. 10
with two sisters and a host of
friends and family. She is the
daughter of Katrina Hopkins and
William Dubose both of Quincy.
Her grandparents are Beatrice and
Alphonso Hopkins of Greensboro,
and Gloria and William Dubose of
Quincy. Jermia will be given a Win-
nie the Pooh party on Oct. 21 at
3:00 p.m., hosted by her parents and
godparents at Dilworth's Day Care,
1413 Silver Saddle Dr., Tall. If you
have any further questions please
call Ms. Dilworth at 574-5093.
Hutley wins 2005
tuition scholarship
Shereka Hutley, a senior at Florida
State University, is the recipient of
the FSU Tuition Scholarship,
funded by FSU employees. She will
graduate this fall from the School of
Criminology and Criminal Justice.
She holds a degree in mortuary sci-
ence. After graduation she hopes to
work with juveniles, and in the long
term, combine her two degrees in
the work force.
Hutley, 26, is a native of Quincy,
and believes that she can be an
inspiration to others in Gadsden
County to solicit financial assis-
tance to make their education possi-
ble. Shereka is the daughter of
Sheila Washington and the late
Thaddeus Hutley, and granddaugh-
ter of Rosa L. Washington and
Thelma Andrews.


Ikeiah is one
Ikeiah Walker celebrated her first
birthday Friday, Oct. 7. She is the
daughter of Ashley Williams and
Eric Walker. Her maternal grand-
parents are Mary and Maxwell
Williams, Sr; paternal grandmother
is Judy D. Ware; and great-grand-
parents are Lessie and J.T. Thomas
ofAttapulgus, GA, and Dorthy Russ
of Quincy. Her great-great-grand-
parents are'Sallie Mae Williams of
Quincy and the late Oscar Williams.
Her godmother is Jamilia Williams.
Ikeiah was given a party Saturday,
Oct. 8 at the home of Mary and
Maxwell Williams, Sr.


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Anna Lee Williams
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Friday, October 14, 2005. He is the
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last week. About 200
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by ALICE DU PONT
fTimes Editor,.

SThe Research and Education Cen-
ter on Pat Thomas Parkway in
Quincy held its annual Fall Field
day and Open House last Thursday.
Nearly 200 people from Gadsden
and surrounding counties took the
opportunity to learn abdut vegeta-
bles, forestry and. wildlife, tree
crops, horticulture, pond manoge-
ment, pesticide alternatives, and;
retention basins.
"The purpose (of Fall Field Day)
is to make make the center reach out
to more people other than just farm-
ers," said George Hochmuth, direc-
tor'of the North Florida Research &
Education Center. \We \ani to let
folks know the facility is here and
use this venue to show people some
of that we are doing and to let them
kno%\ that this is their center."
People like Calvin Essex, district
conser atiomst for the U.S. Depart-,
ment of Agriculture's: Natural
Resources Conservation Service.
Thursday '\ the second time Essex
has taken advantage of the field day
offered by the center twice ,a ~yarg i
the spring and fall. ',A- part -of oulrn
work is with small farmers. I feel
that I need to learn all I can learn
about the, local crops to be able to
help them," Essex said. He and
about a dozen others took advantage
of the afternoon tour to learn about
basic pond management from Roy
Lee Carter, Shep Eubanks, and,
Doug Mayo, extension directors in
.Gulf, Holmes, and Jackson counties
respectively.
During the hour-long presentation,
Essex and others were given a short
course in managing ponds for fish-
ing. Thursday morning, he had
taken the Tree Crops tour for purely
selfish reasons. "I love fruit and my
mother has a lot of fruit trees in the
yard," -aid the Alabama native.


While some people were learning
about ponds, another group, mostly
farmers,, were hearing, from Dr.
Steve Olsen, vegetable crop special-
ist, on methyl bromide alternatives.
"The federal government, has pro-
hibited the use of methyl bromide
and this tour is to inform people of
other pesticides they can use," said
Yasmin Wallas, public information
specialist at the center.
Some of the outside workshops
were also approved for continuing
education units that professionals
are able to use to remain certified in
their professions.
The center sits on 1300 acres, just
south of the Quincy city limits on
State Road 267 or the Pat Thomas
Parkway. interstate 10 is a stone's
thro\\ from the center and easily
accessible. Research. teaching, and
extension programs are. conducted
on crops including small grains, for-
ages. foresur. tomatoes, peanuts,
cotton. canola. soybeans. corn, fruit
trees and ornamentals.
Disciplines include. entomology,
nematology, plant pathology ,. agron-
omy, horticulture, plant breeding,
vjgy turg aviiiQo ialiihat4icujl-
-turLe, ..'il [rtilny, -'. tcer nmaiiacv-
ment, and economics. "The research
programs are related to finding solu-
tions to today's problems in agricul-
ture and natural resources," Wallas
siad.
To get all of that accomplished
about 90 people work at.the center,
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most of who live in Gadsden
County, according to Hochmuth.
Some of the major accomplishments .
at the center in recent years were the
development of new varieties of
\heat. rye, triticale, peanut,, soy-
bean, tomato, and the development
of Nutrient Best Management Prac-
tices.
"There's a lot going on at the
research center. All of those little
patches of plants and;,vegetables
mean something different. Our peo-
ple :are :constantly working to
develop new ideas and techniques."
Wallas said.
The next planned opportunity the
public has'to visit the center is Sugar
Cane Field Day on November 22 But
Hochmuth said the public may visit
at an) time.

Wal-Mart supports

Gadsden Shuttle

The Wal-Mart Corporation,
through the local store and its man-
ager, Richard Willsey, has con-
tributed$1,000 for the operation of
The Gadsden Shiitf.lA "4f0'It 1'
'"fdl-'dt i's the tirst ndn-govern-
meni'fqrtcicipant ifi' this colmu-
nity 'service. The shuttle provides
service Monday through Saturday,
from 7:37 a.m. to 5:37 p.m. It is
operated by Big Bend Transit in
Quincy.


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Obituaries

Clyde Jones
Clyde Jones, 78, of Chattahoochee,
died on Monday, October 10, 2005, at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. He was
a lifelong resident of Chattahoochee, he
was the owner of a logging- company
and member of Elizabeth AME Church
in Chattahoochee.
Funeral services are 11:00 a.m. Satur-
day, Oct. 15 at Elizabeth AME Church
with the Rev. Ervin Floyd officiating,
and burial at Gause Cemetery, Greens-
boro. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri-
day at Madry Memorial Funeral Chapel,
who has charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife, Lexy Mae
Gause Jones of Chattahoochee; three
sons, Perry Clyde (Charley Ann) Jones,
Larry Edward (Twanda) Jones, and
Marvin Dwayne (Amanda Kenon)
Jones all of Chattahoochee; a daughter,
Shelia Denese Jones of Chattahoochee;
a sister, Verdell (Robert) Ervin of Chat-
tahoochee; two brothers, Harold
(Mable) Jones of Windsor, CT, and
Ednond (Carrie) Jones of New Britain,
CT; a sister-in-law, Annis Jones of New
Britain, CT; four grandchildren, and two
great grandchildren, a host of nieces,
nephews and other relatives and friends.


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CRA

Continued from Page 1

Quincy. The city commission
approved the purchase recently of
$12,000 worth of garbage recepta-
cles and benches for the downtown
area.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor had taken
exception to the spending of
$12,000 on the downtown benches
and receptacles. She wanted the
money to be spent on rehabilitating
dilapidated houses in the city.
Taylor said that the benches and
receptacles would not pay taxes or
use utilities, but a rebuilt home
would generate about $4800 in the
city's coffers.
Harpool responded that when the
commission approved the direction
of the CRA board certain commit-
ments were made and now those
commitment would have to be com-


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Gay added that the commission
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meeting of each month in order t6
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to include the CRA meeting in thq
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Parents, we need your help! Do you know someone between the ages of 27
- 29? They may be the classmate we are looking for. Please have them visit
www.freewebs.com/reunionl996 for jination concerning their 2006
class reunion. ~ '
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are $10. For more information please contact Octavius at 627.6077 or e-mail
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Health Department plans Male-only 'fair'
Gadsden County Health Department, Engelhard Corporation, and Gads-
den Community Health Council will be sponsoring a "Male Only Health
Fair" on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 10 am-2 pm
at the Gadsden County Health Department.
The main focus will be prostate cancer. The disease is more common in
African American men. According to the American Cancer Society, prostate
cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in Florida, It's estimated
that 2,570 men in Florida will die from this disease this year and approxi-
mately 232,090 new cases will be diagnosed in the United States and 19,650
new prostate cancers will be diagnosed in Florida. The Gadsden County
Health Department encourages all Gadsden County males to participate in
this event.
For more information please call Canella Jefferies, Gadsden County
Health Department,,at (850) 875-7200 ext 323

Migrant/Farm worker fair
Migrant/Farm Worker Health and Social Service Fair will be held Satur-
day, Oct. 15 at, PAEC (Quincy site), 315 N. Key St, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Latino food will be sold. The event is sponsored by PAEC Migrant Edu-
cation Program and FSU School of Medicine, FAMU, Gadsden County
Health Dept, Orlando Mexican Consulate and Gadsden County Public
Library. For questions, comments or more information, please call PAEC at
(850) 875-3806

Stomp Out Illiteracy
In the spirit of community service and our commitmentto educational
development, the Gadsden Co. Fl. Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc. and the Gadsden Co. School Board will have "School Amer-
ica" stomp out illiteracy program at the Chattahoochee Elementary cafeto-
rium, Oct. 8 from 9 am-1 pm,
This reading Program will be fun as well as educational. This program
is designed to encourage our students ans parents to develop and/or improve
their reading skills. There will be bus transportation to pick up- children in
Gretna 8:00am, Greensboro 8:20am and Chattahoochee at 8:45am.
MDA providing free flu shots
The Muscular Dystrophy Association will this year again provide free flu
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NOTICE

The Gadsden County Enterprise
Zone Development Agency
will hold a public hearing on
Wednesday, October 19,2005,
5:30 p.m; at the
County Commission Meeting
Room, Edward Butler County
Complex Building,
9-A East Jefferson Street
Quincy, FL
The hearing isto discuss areasto be
re-designated as a
state enterprise zone.
Please contact Henry Grant,
Enterprise Zone Coordinator,
875-7255 if you have questions
regarding this meeting.
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MEETING
NOTICE

The City of Quincy
Community Redevelopment
Agency Board (CRA)
will hold a workshop
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
starting at 6:00 p.m.
at City Hall
Commission Chambers

The agenda includes the
following items:
Grants Workshop
Update on CRA Projects
CRA Financial Report

Please contact the City Clerk Office at
627-7681 Ext: 224 with any questions
or comments, If you have a disability
requiring accommodations, please con-
tact the Clerk's Office at least three days
prior to the meeting, To access a
Telecommunications Device for Deaf
Persons (TDD) please call (850) 875-
7310.
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The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners will
ha\e a regular meeting Tuesday, October 18, 2005, starting at
6:00 p.m. The following items have been agendaed: Consent
Agenda for Approval: Ratification of Approval of Payment of
County Bills and Payroll: Public Works Road Side Sod Bid,
#05-14; Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement; Fire Service
Agreements for Greensboro, Gretna. Midway and Havana;
Correction to Microsoft Enterprise Agreement; Public
Hearing: Stodard I Comprehensive Plan Amendment-Second,
Reading, of Ordinance 2005-014; General Business:
Architectural Services Contract for Chattahoochee Library
Project; Engineeri g-Se'rvicesT6t- Hospital Fire, Alann Systemv
riiproveneTlifs "C"u yl"Manager: Sponsorship "of KIlS'
Incorporated of the Big Bend 15th Annual Night ofChampibhSi
Sponsorship of FAMU President's Scholarship Gala; County
Attorney: Attorneys Fees and Costs in Criminal Cases: Citizens
Requesting to be Heard on Non-Agenda Items; Commissioners
Items; Receipt and File: Cash Report as of September 30. 2005;
Financial Statements as of September 30, 2005; Clerk's FY
2006 Budget; FDOT Tentative 5 Receipt and File: Cash Report
as of September 30, 2005; Financial Statements as of
September 30, 2005; Clerk's FY 2006 Budget Information;
FDOT Tentative 5 Year Work Program 06/07-10/11; Notice
from Waste Management-Rate Adjustments; and letter of
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Chattahoochee
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Council meeting
On Tuesday, Oct. 18 Chatta-
hoochee Elementary School will
have its first Family Reading Night,
School Advisory Council Meeting,
and PTA/PTO meeting for the 2005-
2006 school year. Family Reading
Night will be from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
and School Advisory
Council/PTA/PTO from 5:30-6:30
p.m. The meetings will be held in
the Medical Center.
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whom e truelee is acting. Also include the names and addresses on individuals who are stockholders who own or hold 1 percent
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NOTICE OF LAND USE MAP
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The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners
proposes to adopt the following ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
GADSDEN COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, FUTURE 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 0 OFFICIAL LAND USE
MAP OF GADSDEN COUNTY;
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38.31 Acresfrom Commercial to Rural Residential
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incy native tells


life's story in book

)y ALICE DU PONT
times Editor

Quincy native and world-renowned cancer surgeon Dr. LaSalle D. Lef-
fall, Jr. has published his autobiography entitled, "No Boundaries: A Can-
cer Surgeon's Odyssey". A book signing of the autobiography will be held
at noon Friday, Oct. 21 at the Florida A & M University Black Archives
on the campus.
He will also be honored that evening at the FAMU Homecoming Gala
at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center with a VIP Reception begin-
ning at 6 p.m., followed by the Gala at 7 p.m. Tickets are $125 per person
and $1,000 per table (seats 8). All proceeds from the gala will go a schol-
arship fund earmarked for Gadsden County students attending FAMU.
In 1999 Dr. Leffall and his sister, Dr. Delores Leffall, Ph.D., established
the scholarship in honor of their parents,
Martha J. and LaSalle D. Leffall, Sr. who
were both iGadodcn County educators for
many years. Since the establishment of
the endowment, 7 students have
received a total of $110.250 from the
fund. In addition to the scholarship, a
$150,000 permanent endowment for pro-
fessorship was also founded by the
brother and sister.
"This is an extraordinary opportunity
for the FAMU famunil and the Big Bend
community to acknowledge the great
achievements of one of the world's out-
standing physicians," said FAMU Interim
President Castell Vaughn Bryant. "Dr. Dr. LaSalle Leffall
Leffall is someone who walked the FAMU
halls and received his solid foundation here:"
Leffall, a surgeon, oncologist, medical educator and leader in profes-
sional and civic organizations grew up in Gadsden County and attended
public schools here before completing his 'education at Florida A & M
University and Howard University College of Medicine in Washington,
D.C., where he graduated at the head of his class. He has taught thousands
of medical students and hundreds of surgeons.
He has held numerous high level positions in surgical, and 'cancer-related
organizations, serving as the first African-American president of the
American College of Surgeons and the American Cancer Society. At the
American College of Surgeons he advanced the college's position on plu-
ralism and equal opportunity, leading it to publicly commit itself to
respecting "the diversity of its members in order to maintain the highest
standards of leadership in the profession." He focused national attention
on the disturbing disparities between blacks and nohites in cancer preva-
lence, treatment, and mortality while president of the American Cancer
Society.
In the book; Leffall offers readers a glimpse into the lives of those who
influenced and inspired him to greatness. He also describes his: activist
professional.role in helping to push the medical community to recoginze
the importance of including minorities in clinical trials and cancer
research. The book affords Dr. Leffall another forum for discussing the
challenges and promises facing physicians, surgeons, researchers; policy-
makers and patients in their quest to eliminate and ultimately control can-
cer.
Raised in the Depre,tion-era south. Dr. Leffall \was driven to triumph
Aea Tim Cit boand other ,rufj. t ier -\\- ith -good educe ati., -
hird t'ork., coiibined \r ith horesty and'integrity there are no boundaries."
he recalls luis father saline oier and over.
Leffall has lectured At idela and giveli speeches all over the world, and
has made numerous national television appearances. He was a consulting
physician for Katy Couric's "Today Show" segment on "Confronting
Colon Cancer". On the CBS Evening, News with.Dan Rather, he was
invited to discuss President Ronald Reagan's colon cancer operation. That
exposure allowed him to not only share his experience in the field but to
also express his desire to ensure that all Ameicans receive the most effec-
tive, compassionate medical treatment they deserve.
As a current board member of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foun-
dation, known for its "Race for the Cure", he stresses the need for early
detection and trealnient. Leffall also chairs the Presdient's Cancer Panel
and %\ orks %% ith Lance Armstrong, cyclist and seven-time winner of the
Tour de' Fraince. to focus on ethical issues related to cancer sur\i\0'orship.
"With all of the progress we have made in cancer treatment and research
during my long career, I still remind myself every single day that my pri-
mary responsibility is to help every patient I see, to tell her or him the truth
with sensitivity and compassion and to always hold out hope for success.
When you give people hope, you grant them one of the greatest of all
human joys: the joys of anticipation."


School
Continued from Page 1

when so many citizens were against
the proposal.
Even if the school district wanted to
build a school in Midway, Simmons
said, there is a long process. "We
built East Gadsden two years ago and
we're in the process of building West
Gadsden now. It will be another three
years before we can apply to the spe-
cial facilities fund to build a school.
We don't have the money and we
don't want to mislead you," Sim-
mons said.
The school board will have 60 days
to vote on the application once it is
received. Simmons said the school
board has no other choice but to
approve the application.
"I pray that you will vote no and let
them appeal it," said Jerry Ranger, a
director with the Midway Chamber
of Commerce, and an opponent of
the charter school.
The Academies of Excellence is
applying for the charter school on the
recommendation of the city council-
appointed school siting committee.
The group has charter schools in Bre-
vard and Flagler counties in Florida.
Steve Waterman, a director of Acade-
mies of Excellence, tried to allay any
fears the public had about the, pro-
posed charter school.
"There is no tuition or fees. The
school district will retain 5 percent of
state funds for the school. All of our
teachers are state certified or working
toward it. We are very student cen-
tered. %we ha\e individualized learn-
ing plans for each student and we
protflote small classes and small
schools," Waterman said.
Everyone who walked through the
door at the meeting was handed a
charter school fact sheet developed
by Academies of Excellence.
Madison, who favors the charter
school, said the citizens in Midway
are concerned that they are the only
municipality in the county without a
school. "We want an elementary and
a middle school here;" she said.
Another citizen. Charles Branlle),
who % ants a charter school said his
concern is busing student to school.
He said he feels busing wears chil-
dren out because they are onh the bus
so many hoursriding long distances.
"We need a bus so that children
won't have to be bused," he said,
Currently, Midway's elementary and
middle school students are bused to"
Havana 7-10 miles away. High
school students are bused to East
Ga'dsdea. about four miles iwayi
froin.tq i;i. hall. . ,, ,
Simmons told Brantley that, accord-
ing to the charter shcool application,
transportation will be provided. "So
you're not eliminating busing," he
said.
The charter school would not cost
the citizens of Midway any money,
according to Angela Poole, the city's
certified public accountant. "We have
100 acres in Midway, central to the
new subdivisions, that have been
donated by a private landowner,"
Poole said.Range said thai if the
school is going to be near the new
subdivisions, it will do nothing for
the children of people who already
live in Midway. He said a good way
to sell those houses going up so fast
in Midway is to have a school.
"The troubling part to me is that no
one took the time to talk to the


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school (district). We're backing into
it and this puts us in a bad situation.
This (Tuesday night's) meeting
should have taken place 18 months
ago. The leadership should have
brought this anticipated growth to the
school board." Simmons said.
Range presented the school board
with a petition containing 200 signa-
tures opposing the charter school.
"It is plain and simple, we want pub-
lic schools," he told the board to the
applause of about half the audience.
He suggested that the push for the
charter school might be tied into the
developer's desire to sell homes
quickly in the subdivisions sprouting
up all over Midway.
Ella Barber, Midway's mayor pro-
tem said if Midway is going to have
a school she would prefer a public


school. Where did this idea come
from?" she asked about the charter
school.
"Someone driving down Highway
90 decided we needed help. We don't
need no help. All the Academies of
Excellence need to do is get back on
Highway 90 and go to New Orleans,
they need help," said Samuel
Stevens.
Former Gadsden County teacher
Michael Harvey told the board that
he felt the students in Midway had
been put on the "back burned".
Although he did not elaborate, Har-
vey said the school have substandard
equipment. "A school should be
brought to Midway for the students
of Midway. I taught 8th grade to stu-
dents reading on a 5th grade level,"
he'said.


"This is just my suggestion, but I
see a split. Can't ya'll go back and
sit down and discuss this and decide
what you all want? I'd like to see all
of you working together. You have a
petition with names on it, they have a
petition with names on it. You all
want us to make a decision on a
community that's split," said Charlie
Frost, board member.
"We don't want to be divided here.
We're working for what's best for the
children. We need to come together
as one. I will get together with a
workshop or retreat with the Midway
Chamber of Commerce, the school
siting committee and the city coun-
cil," said Madison, adding, "I want
what is best for the children and citi-
zens of Midway."


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brought to our office at 15 S.
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TCS says goodbye

to its hurricane

'guest' students: '

By Becky Crawford r.
Tallavana Christian School said .
goodbye to three elementary stu-
Rients last week. .
Hayley and Alexis Brinson from ;
Slidell, and Joshua Ruckhaber from
Metairie, Louisiana had been
-attending the school since early
September. Their families left
Louisiana and came to stay with the '
Leslie Smith family in Concord just .i
before Hurricane. Katrina hit the 'r
Louisiana coastline.
SHayley was in Mrs. Lines' class
and Alexis and Joshua were in Mrs. '
Crawford's class. The three chil-
dren and their families quickly
became a big part of the school.
A special offering was taken at the :
annuall Grandparent's Day program
to help with the families needs U
while they were here. Paul's Pest
Control donated the funds to supply
the children with the books they
needed and several teachers ,con-
tributed supplies, book bags, and
lunch boxes. Mrs. Lines saw to it
that the'children had lunch and a
snack each day.
We will miss all three children
and their families and will continue
to stay in touch and pray for them t
as they return home and begin to [:
get their lives back to normal.


School


menus
Friday, Oct. 14
Student Holiday No school

Monday, Oct. 17
Breakfast-Cheese grits w/
biscuit & ham.
Lunch-Macaroni & cheese
w/roll, seasoned mixed veg-
etables, cinnamon apple
sauce, chilled sliced peaches.

Tuesday, Oct. 18
Breakfast-Scrambled eggs
w/link, variety of 100% fruit
juice.
Lunch-Spaghetti & meat
sauce, garlic toast, seasoned
green beans, pineapple tid-
bits, white cake.

Wednesday, Oct. 19
Breakfast-Blueberry muffin,
variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-Meatloaf w/iomato
sauce & roll, whipped pota-
toes, buttered sweet peas,
chilled pears.

Thursday, Oct 20
Breakfast-French -toast
w/syrup & turkey, variety of
100% fruit juice.

Lunch-Chicken nuggets
w/ketchup & roll, buttered corn
on the cob, .macaroni &
cheese, sliced peaches


St. John kindergarten readers
Kindergarten is making great strides in our Open Court Reading
Series. We have completed two-units-School and Shadows-and will
begin our third unit, Finding Friends, this week. The students are
excited about reading their decodable books and learning new words.
We have an intern, Sarah Glynn, in Mrs. Batts' class. She has readily
adapted to the students ard the curriculum.


Munroe Family

jNight planned for

Fall Carnival
It's that time of year again, and
R.F.M.'s carnival is Thursday, Oct.
20, from 5 -7 P.. RFM ill
host the "MNunroe NMarket" -ellini
baked goods, jellies, preserves, veg-
etables and fruits, and holiday
Crafts. Parents are encouraged to
send items ranging from "soup to
,nuts." All food items for the Market
should be sent on Thursday, Oct.
120.Other items, non-perishables.
jmay be sent in beginning Monday.
Fourth grade and PFM are hosting
a- spaghetti supper in the student
'center. Advanced tickets are on sale
*now. Supper may be bought at the
door, also. This will help fund the
fourth grade trip to St. Augustine.
Other grades will have booths on
*he baseball field for everyone's
enjoyment. Face painting, fish-
1pond, Goofy golf and more will be
available.
Volunteers are still needed for
,booths. Contact Sabrina Manley or
i~artha Thomas if you are available
jto help.
The Lip Sync and Talent Show
will follow the carnival in the audi-
torium at 8 p.m.

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Florida PTA

parent leadership

conference set
Choose to become a partner in the
educational process by joining par-
ents and community members at the
!Florida PTA Parent Involvement
IConference. Participate in parenting
workshops and leadership training.
It's the best investment of time and
energy you can make to ensure a
quality future for our children.
The conference will be held at East
Gadsden High School, 27001 Blue
Star Hwy, Havana, Oct. 15 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is avail-
able through the local schools or
Visit floridapta.org.


Times Printing

proud to have printed
this year's East Gads-
den football program.
Please support the
advertisers who made it
possible.


Girl Scouts give treasury remains to victims
Girl Scouts of America Troop #726, which has met since 1998, recently dissolved as a troop. The dilemma
as to what to do with the assets of the troop was decided by the girls. The victims of Hurricane Katrina who
were attending Robert F. Munroe Day School received a check prior to their departure for Louisiana last
week. Tiffany Brinson of Slidell, LA, who had been working at Munroe while her daughter, niece, and
nephew attended school there, accepted the money earned for a troop trip. Pictured are: Amy Allen, Ivie
Thomas, Laura Mock, Kristen Allen, Kaitlyn Cote', Dominique Woodard, Courtney Wilder, Elizabeth
Clark, Tiffany Brinson. Leaders: Martha Thomas and Lisa Wilder. Not pictured: Carrie Scott, Desiree
Whiddon, Clara McLendon, Mandy Endres, and Mallory Creel.


Fifth graders at RFM had'reports
to do on the major Native American
tribes of R.FM.
Jean Dore's fifth grade class has
completed projects, as part of its
study of Native American cultures.
The students presented villages,
posters and costumes to the class
during the past week.
The study had to include a report,
with maps, foods, dress, housing
and ways of life of various tribes.
Some brought in Native American
foods such as "buffalo" jerky, blue-
berry sauces, and hot: spicy corn
chips.
Others dressed up in native cos-
Stumes. One student had music that
accompanied his project. All had to
make a structure similar to the ones
their tribes inhabited: pueblos,
teepees, adobe and sod houses, and
others.
They brought:in arrow heads, real
Native American dolls and native
clothing. The houses made from all
sorts of materials from elephant ears
leaves to cement blocks made up to
look like the ones they found during
their research.


The students were very resource-
ful. All did oral reports and spoke
about the tribes.
Ms. Dore said, "It was a great way
to learn all about Native American
tribes without merely reading the
textbook."

HMS visits King Tut
On September 19 and 20, our sixth,
seventh and eighth-graders traveled
to the Mary Brogan Museum to
learn about King Tut. The students
were amazed as they were told
about the' process of mummifica-
tion. Hands were in the air, as the
guide described how organs were
removed from a person's body and
stored in particular containers:
Students, and teachers as well, were
shocked to know that King Tut's
mother was African-American.
Also, the student's were really
excited and engaged as they
embarked on an adventure inside an
Egyptian maze. The tour concluded
with a gallery of pictures document-
ing the excavation of King Tut's
tomb. This trip was funded by
Investing In Our Youth.


Tallavana Christian School Students of the Month for September- mid-
dle school and high school: (left to right) Justin Scott (6th), Celszie
McGriff (7th), Brandon Palmer (8th), Albrica Batts (9th), Adam Har-
buck (10th), Jessica Alday (11th), and Tiffany Hibner (12th).


Apple happy
Tallavana Christian School second grade students recently presented a chapel program about Johnny Apple-
seed. During the program, students learned that like apples, we are different colors on the outside, but all
the same on the inside. They also sang "Apple Red Happiness" and wore cooking pots on their heads just
like Johnny Appleseed!


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Tallavana Christian School Students of the Month for September- pre-
school through elementary: (left to right) Naomi Lamarche (3K), Eliz-
abeth Davidson (4K), Shiania Lee (5K), Kyle Young(lst), Jada Hollis
(2nd), Ashton Durden (3rd), Javarius Johnson (4th), and Ashleigh Dod-
son(5th)


TCS Students of the Week
In 3K the student of the week was
Hailey Brinson for having a gentle
spirit. In 4K Cody Hargus was
acknowledged for learning his
memory verses. In 5K Nicholas
Miller worked hard to improve his


behavior.
In 1st grade Brandy Wright was
acknowledged for possessing an
obedient and loving spirit. Austin
McCarty, in 2nd grade, was
acknowledged for enjoying chal-
lenging work. Damon Herring, 4th


grade. Ethan.Bolton in 5th grade
only received one mark on the
behavior clipboard. Sam Monroe in
6th grade was honored for working
hard to stay on task and improving
his grades.


Audrey Thomas poses in costume for her social studies report.
Audrey is the daughter of Martha and John Pat Thomas of Quincy.

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Celebrating
success


Chattahoochee stu-
dents got a little
"down time"
recently to cele-
brate the school's
recent academic
accomplishments.
Students were
treated to games,
dunking booth,
snow cones and
other activities.

Bracey, Wilder

appointed to
GTI faculty

(The Gadsden Technical Institute'
School of Prac'ical Nlurinm
announces the appolnmrier t ot
Lynette Bracey, RN, and She%\ anna
Wilder, RN, to faculty\ po,:iions.
According to Alfonzo Sparks. RN.
Coordinator of Nursing. the h lung
of Bracey and Wilder brtin'gs a greja
deal of nursing experience t'O thc
faculty.
Bracey is a product of the local
school system and a graduate of Tal-
lahassee Community College. She is
currently enrolled in the Jack-
sonville University School of Nurs-
ing.


Wilder is a'recent MSN graduate of
the Florida A&M University School
of Nursing.


The combined experience shared
Iy the faculty totals fifty years.


Innovation Academy
helps tutor students
The Gadsden County School Dis-
trict is working to ensure that every
child is on grade level.
Gadsden County Superintendent
Reginald C. James remarked, "We
aren't preparing these children to
just pass the FCAT. We want to pro-
duce children that are prepared for
life. Good reading and math skills
are a prerequisite for success. We
will do everything we can to make
sure every child is prepared."
One way that officials of Gadsden
County are working to do that is by
identifying children who. may need
intensive tutoring and providing
programs such as Innovation Acad-
emy. Innovation Academy is held in
conjuction with Tallahassee Com-
munity College.
Every week day at the TCC
Quincy House students from all
'over the county have an opportunity
to hone skills that may need sharp-
ening. Students are tutored by qual-
ified teachers and mentors to
increase skills where they may have
come up. short in the previous
school term.

HMS teachers
train in software
Havana Middle School Teachers
participated in a half-day technol-
ogy workshop on Sept. 14 to learn
how to use an internet based com-
puter program called Snapshot, a
web-based data analysis tool used
in Florida's school to process stu-
dent performance data into a mean-
ingful and useful format. Teachers
will have the power to pinpoint
their students' academic strengths
and weakness without have to sort
through a stack of studeit ieports..
Another small group session was
held on Sept. 20 & 22 for teachers
to get individualized help. and to
demonstrate the usefulness of Snap-
shot. Afterward, teachers were
given an assignment to generate
specific reports and submit them to
the administration. The workshop
was conducted by Richard H.
Richardson, Jari Lewis, and Linda
Jones.


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Beta Officers at R.F.M. elected
The newly elected officers for the Robert F. Munroe Day School senior
Beta Club are president-elect Sarah Powell, daughter of Kathy and Ben
Powell of Quincy; treasurer Steve Phillips, son of Theresa and Terry
Phillips of Havana; president Ammie Fletcher, daughter of Densyl and
Clark Fletcher of Quincy; and secretary Elizabeth Bridges, daughter of
Janet Bridges of Greensboro and Bill Bridges of Quincy.


Shanks Volunteer




S iJed hours Iof her prcciLu iournies the
\\hen :ih e BIrlunteerng. hNs Barkle,
it f, read -ho'p and hSchlAze. She
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Bck.u u'e of her Jedticann tie the ru-
lderns and ftiult: at Shanks Mhdle
SSch.-'nl. \ NIh Barkie; '. alenis did not go
a.. '' "' Linn.:iinced. She ha' recent:, aJcceped j
S' ~" o ih a.ls. HOSTS Menteri through .\rrcen-
SC. ..rp unIder lie dtrci.'rln on Mif: Edna
Hu"-ein-F'rehand
Stepharie i' the daughter of Timotig.
arnd \\ilburr Barkle',

Innovation Christian Acduilamy
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.


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Faculty Spotlight
....
Kate Stewart, program chair,
for the Computer Technology
and Computer Literacy
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Stewart-w'iiturrently
teaches C++ and Java
classes, n.as-tnelof the first
Sfactily mbi to,design a.
S -based ou.r.e..atTCC. Coursiesofferl through. e. ,i
.Computer Techriologyprogram pftfera~o ati on for
erti.icatios in A+,' Cisco (CO.A), Ca.fi, (G-Tech), IC3 .
arid other Certlport and Microsoft .ptiorns.

She currentlyServes s5 chair of .theopllege's Center
fdr Teaching Exdeltence Boardandi snmember ofthe i '
"AetlciAff~ .k A. it.eeOiACT fi Teaching -'.

':orportOinitieS Jor.,proifesional n ct rte. ;
'.. 6 & h;6. "y "ii di".",

.'i enjoy-the challenge ot working .with dverse grqup
eesandM stiUdenirt iwho encourage dintinuousty

Adnprina Stwr d IisWaa
Addittoiail@r-tteWit :is a board rne ber of the state's .
.Information Teth6iology Education CqIter, a National '-
Science Foundatipi'grant-funded ptqogiam which :
: delivers informati'f technology training to faculty ,
m --embers statewide., .

.Stewart received her bachelor,.,dege in computer' ::
: science from the:StatelJniversityp ofNew York at
.Oswego and amnaster's degree in computer science ..
from Florida Stte University. -, a
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TheatreTCC!


Little Shop of Horrors
'Hold on to your hat and hang onto your
soul' Something's coming to eat the
whole world whole!" Seymour Krelbourn
is a poor young man working at a run-
down flower shop on skid row when he
encounters a miracle. He discovers an
alien plant after a total eclipse of the sun.
After bringing the plant to the store, he
gains fame, fortune and love. The only
minor defect is that the plant feeds on
blood human.blood. The show runs from
October 20 22 at 8:00 p.m., October
23 at 2:00 p.m., and October.27 29 at
8:00 p.m. at Turner Auditorium in the Fine
and Performing Arts Center. Tickets are
available at the door or call Florida State
University's Fine Arts Ticket Office at
(850) 644-6500.


Art Exhibit
Cut Cords: Photo
Babies Come Home
This is an eclectic exhibition of works by invited
artists whose common bond is a passion
for photography nurtured in Its infancy at
Tallahassee Community College. The exhibit is
in conjunction with the Society for Photographic
Education's Southeast regional conference,
which will be held in Tallahassee. The exhibit
will run October 3 24 in the TCC Fine Art
Gallery The exhibit's public reception is Friday,
October 14 at 8 p.m. The TCC Fine Art Gallery is
open noon -4 p.m. Monday through Friday in
the Fine and Performing Arts Center. For more
information call (850) 201-8083.


October Community & Continuing
Education Courses


Classes at TCC's
Quincy House

Buying one-Bay
Saturday, Oct. 8
1 4 p.m., $29

Internet for Seniors
Tuesday & Thursday, Oct. 11 25
1:30 3:30 p.m., $85

Selling on e-Bay
Saturday, Oct. 22
1 4 p.m., $29

Word
Tuesday & Thursday,
Oct. 25- Nov. 01
6- 9 p.m., $85

Intermediate Spanish II
Wednesday, Oct. 26 Nov. 14
6-8 p.m., $59



For more information,
call (850) 201-8760.


Classes at Tallahassee
Community College

Excel Introduction
Tuesday, Wednesday
& Thursday, Oct. 25 27
9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., $99
Excel Intermediate
Tuesday & Thursday, Oct. 27 28
6 9 p.m., $99


Classes at TCC
Capitol Center

Introduction to Java
Monday, Wednesday &
Friday, Oct. 10 -15
and Oct 17 22
9 a.m.- noon, $99
Photoshop
Monday, Oct. 10 Nov. 21
6- 9 p.m., $199
Personal Computing Essentials
Wednesday, Oct. 12 26
5:30 8:30 p.m., $99
DreamWeaver Advanced
Monday & Wednesday, Oct. 17 24
6 9 p.m., $99
Quickbooks
Wednesday, Oct. 26 Nov. 16
6 9 p.m., $135


Lynette Bracey, RN. Shewanna Wilder, RN







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Jackson's late run


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Brent Shelton put another whipping on this
ole boy last week dropping my season record to
2-4.
Brent got lucky as Texas Tech got a late break
Sand slipped by Nebraska allowing Brent to slip
by me as he hit 7 of 10 picks compared to my 6
of 10.
So my season continues to be a struggle as I
look for a way out of this mess.
I may still be struggling after my next oppo-
nent Maximo "Max" Martinez gets through with
me.
"Max" is the Executive Director of the Gads-
den County Health Council having held the post
for the past two years.
Raised in Boston Mass.. he a graduated
Jeremiah E. Burke School and then attended
Donahue Institute where be earned a degree in
Government Studies.
After working for the State of Massachusetts
for 17 years "Max" migrated to Florida. First to
Miami where he worked for the Governor's
Front Porch Institute in a program to help revi-


RFM golf

team heads

to Regionals
Coach Ed Bates had confidence
in his young Munroe golf team. He
believed they could place well
enough in the Class A District 2
tournament to secure a place in the
Regional playoffs ne\t \week.
Coach Bates was right and the
Munroe golf team, behind the excel-
lent round of junior golfer. John
See GOLF on Page 16

SCORE BOARD
College
FSU 41 Wake Forest 24
Florida 35 Mississippi State 9
FAMU (open)
This week
FSU at Virginia
Florida at LSU
FAMU at South Carolina State
Next week
Norfolk State at FAMU I
FSU at Duke
Florida (open)
High School
East Gadsden 29 Taylor Co. 23
Wewahitchka 28 West Gadsden 14
Cottondale 46 Munroe 0
This week
Rickards at East Gadsden
Jay at West Gadsden
Munroe at Pope John Paul II
Next week
East Gadsden at Wakulla
South Walton at Munroe West Gads
West Gadsden at Apalachicola The Gator


,adsden

SJounty
times




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talize cities, then to the Big Bend where he went
to work at the Health Council.
For those who don't know him, "Max" is
just a great guy to be around. He has a lot of
smiles and kind words for people. He is of
course a Patriots and Red Sox fan and he is get-
ting kind of acclimated to pulling foe Florida
teams.
He doesn't profess to know a lot about col-
lege football. It will probably seem that he
knows more than I do after these picks.....
FLORIDA over LSU.....Will the real Florida
team show up? I think it will be UF 24 LSU 17.
FSU over VIRGINLA.....Coach Andrews was
upset with his defense after the Wake Forest
game. Not any longer. FSU 41 Virginia 10.
FAMU over SOUTH CAROLINA
STATE.....Rattlers had an extra week to prepare
for this game. FAMU 33 S.C. State 20.
NOTRE DAMIE over USC.....USC is awful
good but the Irish are hard to beat at home
Upset special Irish 27 Trojans 23.
MlICHIGAN over PENN STATE..... 1 don't feel
for Jo Pap the way the polls do. I'm betting
Michigan was looking ahead to this game when
they lost last week. Michigan 20 Penn State 14.
CLEMSON over N.C. STATE ...Both coaches
are on the hot seat and need a win. In a last
minute squeaker Clemson 35 N.C. State 31.
WISCONSIN over MINNESOTA......Coach
Alverez was embarrassed by last week's loss
and Minnesota is riding too high after beating
Michigan. Wisconsin 26 Minnesotai 20.
SOUTH FLORIDA over PITTSBURG.....Bulls
are developing a winning reputation. South
Florida 27 Pittsburgh 23.
LOUISVILLE over WEST VIRGINIA.....
Louisville is just too strong. Cardmals 32 Moun-


SPhoto by Byron Spires


sden's Ron Burns collects some more of his 234 yards he gained against Wewahitchka Friday night.
s were a two-touchdown victor in spite of Burns' and the Panthers' efforts.


taineers 17.
UCF over SOUTHERN MISS ....The Golden
Knights will look good in winmng a ho-hum
away game. UCF 17 SOUTHERN MISS 10.

I hope I'm anything but ho-hum as I feel the
games will turn out this way....
LSU over FLORIDA.....Like Baua the Tigers
are very physical. LSU 20 UF 17.
FSU over VIRGINIA.....Noles headed for an
-unbeaten season heading into Gainesville. FSU
31 Virginia 13.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE over
FAMU.....The Bulldogs are having a pretty good
year. S.C. State 21 FAMU 12.
USC over NOTRE DAME.....Even with a week
off won't help the Insh match up talent wise.
Trojans 38 Irish 27.
MICHIGAN over PENN STATE.... Wolverines
need something to keep from throwing in the
towel. Michigan 24 Penn State 17.
N.C. STATE o'er CLEMSON.....Pack may be
tough enough at home to take thi, one. In a nail
biter State 24 Clemson 23.
WISCONSIN over MINNESOTA..... Badgers
chew on Gophers. Wisconsin 38 Minnesota 35.
SOUTH FLORIDA over PITTSBURGH.....Pan-
thers were pre-season pick for top tier m the Big
East. Bulls taking their place. USF 27 Pitt 20.
LOUISVILLE over WEST VIRGINIA. Cardi-
nals are the Big East favorite even after USF
loss. Louisville 39 West Virginia 24.
SOUTHERN MISS over UCF..... Knight's three
game winmnng streak ends here. Golden Eagles
24 Golden Knights 21

And hopefully mL two game losing streak will
end here as "Max" and I disagree FIVE times.


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Darius Jackson
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on a 14-yard run with 18 seconds left. He
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a 41-yard pass interception, leading East
Gadsden past Taylor County Friday night.



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by Joe Ferolito
Darius Jackson scooted 14 yards for a touchdown with just 18 seconds
left on the clock to give East Gadsden a 29-23 win over Taylor Co. last Fri-
day night in Perry. His run put a damper on the Bulldogs homecoming and:
got the Jaguars off the deck after they lost a 2 touchdown half time lead. ,
East Gadsden had blitzed to a 3 touchdown second quarter after falling;
behind early, but the 22-7 intermission lead became a 23-22 deficit when
Taylor Co. scored with just 2.07 left in the contest.
That set the stage for a 5 play 2 minute drill by the Jaguars that resulted.
in the win and a 3-3 record.
Beginning the final drive their 31, the Jaguars got a 35 yard halfback pass-'
from Jackson to Chris Campbell to get things started. Two plays later
Ricky Gennie had an end around run for 21 yards which set up Jackson's)
scoot from the Taylor Co. 14.
It was Jackson's third touchdown of the game.
He scored 2 in the second quarter. One came on a 6 yard run and got the
other was on a 41 yard pass interception. -
The Jaguars also got a 1 yard touchdown run from Harry Betsey, a 21'
point conversion run from Jackson and 2 extra point kicks by Robert Russ"
in the quarter. Russ also kicked the point after Jackson's final touchdown.' ,:
Taylor Co. took the early lead in the when they drove 67'yards in 12 plays
on their first possession. Tony Powell's 28-yard reception from Genari6'~
McNealy resulted in the games first score. 'f
The Bulldogs also got on the board with their first possession of the sec2
ond half. They recovered an on side kick to start the half and made it 22--'
14 4 plays later when McNealy hit Georgie Armstrong with a 10-yard scort-iL
ing toss. '(.
It was defensive football for the rest of the third quarter and until late ih'
the fourth quarter. Taylor Co. got a break when an East Gadsden punt snap
went out of the end zone. That made the score 22-17.
After the free kick by the Jaguars the Bulldogs started from the East Gads-
den 49. An 8 play drive aided by a questionable pass interference penalty.
against East Gadsden was ended when freshman running back BryckoskiL
Jackson scored from 7 yards out. Taylor Co. led 23-22 after the Jaguars'
defended the 2-point try.
The Bulldogs had scored too quick leaving East Gadsden enough time to
drive down the field and pick up a needed win.
The Jaguars will be home this Friday night hosting district foe Rickards.
East Gadsden is 1-1 in the district race. Rickards is 0-2. Both need a winr
if they have any hopes of post season play.




Gators dash



Panther hopes



for play-offs

by Cale Wheeler
West Gadsden's hopes of making the post season football, play-offs were
all but dashed last Friday night when they came in on the short end of a 28-
14 score.
1-1A foe Wewahitchka came into Panther Field and put the squeeze on
West Gadsden lifting the Gator's record to 5-1 and 2-1 in the district while
dropping the Panther's to 2-4 overall and 2-2 in district play.
Ryan Ranie rushed for 218 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead the
Wewahitchka attack that saw the Gator's roll up over 300 yards on the
ground.
Wewa scored first in the game when Clarence Gray returned a blocked
punt 54 yards for 6 points.
See PANTHERS on Page 16

Hornets sting Cats

Munroe suffered another football loss Friday night, this one coming at the
hands of Cottondale by the score of 46-0.
The Hornets jumped to a 34-0 first quarter lead and coasted the rest of the
way.
Offensively Munroe had less than 100 yards. On defense Steve Phillips
had 8 tackles, Todd Rowan had 7 and Jason Cook had 7.
Munroe's record is 1-5. They will play Pope John Paul II at Florida High's
Field Saturday at noon.


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16 Gadsden County Times October 13, 2005


Gadsden volleyball Panthers
Continued fr


teams in districts


Volleyball districts tournaments
begin next week. Munroe, the
county's most successful team to
;date, will be the top seed and the
-host for the Class A District 3 tour-
nament.
,.Bad news for the-Lady Cats sen-
ior four year starter, Sallie Willis,
had ankle surgery on a break sus-
tained on Sunday at travel team
softballl practice. She will be out of
commission until January. The
ttLady Cats(9-8, 5-1) will play bot-
r qm seeded Carrabelle in the 7:00
game on Tuesday.
r. West Gadsden has a strong team
that should do well in their district
but defeating a very feisty Liberty
County team (12-2) might prove to
difficult. The Panthers did take
iem to five games once this season
jo it's not out of the realm of possi-,
1ility.
last Gadsden (1-11) has struggled
ith the loss of Chelsea McMillan
see success of West Gadsden this
season there is a direct connec-
Ion!) this season in addition to
Laying in a very strong district.
The team will play their district
ornamentt at Godby High'School
Beginning next Tuesday.

MUNROE 18 21 25 25 15
JPII 25 25 11 14 11

In volleyball action last week,
Munroe rallied to revenge an earlier
district loss to John Paul II.
Despite losing the first two games,
Munroe rallied to win the last three
,and take home the district win.
"NMandy Clark had a huge game
,offensi'el', '.ith 21 kills. Sallie
'Willis and Jill Purvis added five
,each. Jessica Joyner set for 24
as-ists illsls and Clark .starred
dtefensi\ el. a well combining for
29 digs. Willis, in her last game of
-her senior season, really shown all
'around as [he senior serxcd iup 8
:aces lJou vith two blocks at the
:net. The Lady Cats moved to 9-8


on the season and 5-1 in Class A
District 3..

Golf
Continued from Page 15
Dooner, will be on their way to
Regionals on Monday morning.
Dooner and the Munroe team
brought enough hammer and nails
to their district tournament at Wild-
wood Country Club to help their
rebuilding squad escape with a third
place finish and a trip to the Class A
Region 1 tournament at Hombre
Golf Resort in Panama City on
Tuesday. Wielding the biggest
hammer was Dooner. Dooner shot
a scorching 72 even par and fin-
ished with the third best score in the
eight team district.
Teammates Ben Young, John-
Hilton Revell and Justin Smith all
shot 85's for Munroe as the young
team finished with a 327, team
score. Maclay won the district
tournament with a 299 followed by
Wakulla with a 318.
A team or individual win at Hom-
bre could send Munroe's first golfer
to the state tournament since Martin
Hackney went in 1999. Hackney is
now on golf scholarship and the top
golfer at Wingate University in
North Carolina.

Mid-Season Standing


Pee Wee EAST
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West Gadsden took the lead on
their next possession as Antonio
Bostic passed to Ron Roberts for 43
yards and the tying t.d. Ron Burns
ran in the 2-point conversion put-
ting the Panthers up 8-6.
Wewa came back to take the lead
on a 66 yard scoring run by Ranie
and the Gator's carried a 12-8 lead
into the half.
West Gadsden reclaimed the lead
early in the third quarter when
Burns scored on a 31-yard run.
Before the quarter .ended the
Gator's had the lead back when
Ranie got in from 11 yards out.
Sean Bierman's 2-point run then put
Wewa up 20-14.
Ranie salted the game away late
in the fourth quarter when his third
t.d: came on an 18-yard scamper.
Bierman hooked up with Johnny
Jones on the 2-point pass conver-
sion putting the final points on the
board.
Burns again had a big night for
West Gadsden as he rushed for 150
yards and had 234 all purpose
yards. He also had 7 tackles inclid-
ing a sack. Chris Atkins had 8 tack-
les and a sack and caused a fumble.
West Gadsden tries to break a 2
game losing streak when they host
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Domestic violence
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A seminar on the "things we all
should know abou domestic vio-
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held from 10 a.m. to noon on
Wednesday, oct. 26 at the Capital
Area Healthy Start Coalition, 1311
N. Paul Russell Rd., suite A101.
The seminar will focus on domes-
tic violence in the office, "human
trafficking", and the effects of do-
mestic violence on children.

Conference addresses
needs of elderly
Recognizing the need to address
the needs of the growing elder pop-
ulation in the eight county Big Bend
area, Big Bend Elder Advocates will
be holding an advocacy conference
on Oct. 21 from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the FSU University Center Club.
The goal of the conference is to
provide an opportunity to work to-
gether to improve the quality of life
for elders in the eight county Big
Bend area.
The conference will feature Ken-


neth Brummel- Smith, Florida State
University, addressing shaped deci-
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providers in health care and the new
"Geriatric Education Center" which
will focus on rural health care needs.
Pete Dunbar, Pennington Law
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legislative advocacy by addressing
"Lobbying, Ethics and Accomplish-
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AARP, will provide an update on
Florida Legislation effecting elders,
and a Session 2006 forecast.
During the luncheon Cynthia Har-
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an overview of planning for the
White House Conference on Aging.
This conference occurs only once
every ten years, and addresses many.
federal programs.
In the afternoon, Jack Levine, Ad-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
SOF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, INr
AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

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

Jorge A. Mejia,
Petitioner-

and

Ana M. Mojica,
:Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

TO Ana M. Mojica, El
Salvador (exact address
unknown)

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
,Rd., Quincy, FL 32351 on or
*before October 25, 2005,
:and file the original with the
,clerk of this Court at PO Box
01649, Quincy, FL 32353
:before service on Petitioner
'or immediately thereafter. If
.you fail to do so, a default
'nay be entered against you
'for the relief demanded in
:he petition.

Copies,of all court docu-
.nents in this case, including
'orders, are available at the
SClerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review
thesee documents upon
request.

You must keep the Clerk of
Sthe Circuit court's office noti-
lied of your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
-Future papers in this lawsuit
.will be mailed to the 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
jn sanctions, including dism-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.

Dated: September 16, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

3By Arita Green
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT C(
OF THE SECOND J
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FL
DA, IN AND FOR G
DEN'COUNTY

CASE NO.: 05-774-CA

OLD CANAL FINAN
CORPORATION
Plaintiff(s),

-v-

(1) SARAH PERKINS
SARAH LEE PERKINS
(2) MARGARET GAM
a/k/a MARGARET WI
EN
(3) FLORIDA STATE
VERSITY CREDIT UN
(4) UNKNOWN:
OCCUPANTS AND
ANTS .OF THE SUB.
REAL ESTATE;
(5) UNKNOWNS:
UNKNOWN POUSE
ANY PARTY HER
AND ALL OTHER
SONS LIVING OR D
WHOSE NAMES
UNKNOWN, WHO C
ANY INTEREST IN
SUBJECT REAL ESTA
Defendant(s).

Clerk's Notice of. Su
Publication and Mailing

TO EACH DEFEND
NAMED ABOVE:

A lawsuit has been st
against you in the a
entitled court by the a
named Plaintiff or Plai
Plaintiffs' claims are st;
a written Forecle
Petition and Complai
copy of which is ava
from the Court Clerk a
the Plaintiffs' attc
whose addresses
phone numbers are in
ed above.

In order to defend ac
this lawsuit, you
respond to the Forecl
Petition and Complain
stating your defense(
writing and by filing
with the Clerk of the
(by mail, if you wish)
mailing a copy to
Plaintiff's attorney. If ye
not respond in writir
default judgment ma
entered against you w
notice. A default judgm
one where the Plaintiff
be entitled to what the
for because you have
responded.

Your written resopnse
be filed (by mail, if you
with the Clerk of the
and mailed to Plai
attorney on or b
November 10, 2005. I
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San attorney, you should
tang. so promptly so that y
ginal. written response, if a
vert- may be served on time.
824.
6,13f This lawsuit asks for
money judgment a
involves the foreclosure (
ncoln Mortgage or eed of Tr
niles; against and quieting title
hieva the following Real Est
niles. and all improvements the
Call to which is common
described as: 508 S. Linc
3, 20f Street, Quincy, FL 32351

In this lawsuit, the Plait
I alleges that the follow
Defendants have perso
liability on the subj
Mortgage or Deed of Tr
and Noi and jir reque
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CURT P rl.ir, r,, f.1rl..
J.UDI- Gammon.
LORI-
ADS- Dated: September 9, 20C

Nicholas Thomas
B Clerk of Circuit Court

CIPAL. (SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

Philip M. Kleinsmith, #62
a/k/a KLEINSMITH & ASSO
SO ATES, P.C.
MON 6035 Erin Park Drive, 5
COD- 203
Colorado Springs,
UNI- 80918 .
ION 800-842-8417
ALL
TEN- THIS IS AN ATTEMPT
JECT COLLECT A DEBT. At
.INFORMATION OBTAIN
ALL WILL BE USED FOR TH
S OF PURPOSE.
ETO,
PER- REASONABLE ACCO
DEAD MODATIONS WILL
ARE PROVIDED IN ACCOI
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it by IN THE CIRCUIT COUF
g IN THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DANT AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
tarted CASE NO. 05-880-CAI
ibove
ibove DALE SIMMONS; Al
ntiffs. TAWANNA SIMMONS,
ate in Plaintiffs,
sure
nt, a vs.
ilable
lnd/or MARCOLES D. WILLIAM
orney Defendant.
and
dicat- NOTICE OF ACTION

.TO; MARCOLES
against WILLIAMS
must
sure YOU ARE NOTIFIED tha
nt by Coinplaint for Quiet T
(s) in has been filed against
same and others, and you
Court required to serve a copy
and your written defenses,
the any, to it on DANIEL
u do MANAUSA, ESQUIF
ng, a SMITH, THOMPSC
y. be SHAW & MANAUSA, P.
without Plaintiffs' attorneys, 35
ent is Thomasvile Road, 4th FIc
fmay Tallahassee, Florida 323(
y ask 3469, no more than th
e not (30) days from the first pi
location date of this notice
action, and file the origi
must with the Clerk of this Co
wish) either before service
Court Plaintiff's attorneys
ntiff's immediately thereafter; o
before erwise, a default will
f you entered against you for 1
ce of relief demanded in the cc


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LEALOIE


plaint or petition.


)M- DATED this 12th day of
BE September, 2005.
RD
NS Nicholas Thomas
T. Clerk of Court
)5c
(SEAL)

IT By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
S 9/22&29, 10/06&13/2005c


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

CASE NO. 05-751-CAB

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

vs.

D. GEORGE ROBERTS; et al,
Defendants.

it a NOTICE OF ACTION
title
'ou TO: GEORGE ROBERTS,
are GIRLSIE ROBERTS, HAT-
of TIE LEE HINTON, ADELL
if MCDANIEL, LORINE
E. CLARK, CLYDIE FIELDS,
IE, COSTELL BENNETT,
)N, GERTRUDE NEALS,
A., UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
520 GEORGE ROBERTS
)or,
09- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
irty Complaint for Prescriptive
ub- Easement has been filed
of against you and others, and
nal you are required to serve a
)urt copy of your written defens-
on es, if any, to it on DANIEL E.
or MANAUSA, ESQUIRE,
ith- SMITH, THOMPSON,
be SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,
the Plaintiff's attorneys, 3520
im- 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 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 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
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO..05-795-CAB

American General Finance,
Inc.,
Plaintiff
VS.
vs.

Emma L, Gunn, and
Beneficial Florida, Inc.,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER
45

NOTICE IS GIVEN that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated
Spetember 22, 2005, in
Case Number 05-795-CAB,
of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit in
and for Gadsden County,
Florida, in which American
General Finance, Inc. is the


plaintiff, and Emma L. Gunn
and Beneficial Florida, Inc.
are the defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bid-
der for cash in the central
entry hallway of the
Gadsden. County
Courthouse, in Quincy,
Gadsden County, Florida, at
11:00 A.M. on Friday,
October 28, 2005, that prop-
erty located in Gadsden
County, Florida, described
as Lot Numbered Five,
Block "B", Azalea Park
Subdivision, a map or plat of
same being recorded in the
office of the Clerk of the
Court of Gadsden County,
Florida.


DATED September 30,
2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
10/6&13/05c


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:
1 G3GM47A3FP358783/

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Surviving Spouse and
Unknown Heirs of Robert
Wynn Williams, Deceased,
whose last known address


is 852 Fairview Road, Fort
Walton Beach, Florida
32548

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to forfeit
your interest in the following
property' in Gadsden
County, Florida: .

A 1985 BLUE AND WHITE
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS
SUPREME, VIN:
1G3GM47A358783

has been filed against you,
and you are required, to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, on Anthony
Andrews, Assistant Attorney
General, Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is The
Capitol, Suite, PL-01,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
1050,.on or before Monday,
November 7, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before serv-
ice on Petitioner's attomey
or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.

Dated: September 30, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
10/6,13,20,27/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 2003-483-CA-B


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LEGALNOTCES


NATIONAL CITY MORT-
GAGE CO.,
PLAINTIFF

VS

ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.,
Individually and as Trustee
of the ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.
REVOCABLE TRUST dated
DECEMBER 20, 2000, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROY E. TAYLOR,
SR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.;


Contd on pg 19

STATE OF FLORIDA
Dept of Ag & Consumer'
Services is taking
sealed bids for the pur-
chase & removal of a
ROTO FINGERS COM-,
MERCIAL PEA-BEAN
SHELLER.
Sealed bids wil be
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2:00 p.m. on Fri'
10/28/05 at the office of;
Gadsden State,
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10/13&20c


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Gadsden County Times October 13, 2005 19


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___________ ___ ___


tFROM pg18

lOHN DOE and JANE DOE
|AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
iN POSSESSION.,
DEFENDANTS()

NOTICE OF ACTION -
fCONSTRUCTIVE SER-
VICE

iTO: UNKNOWN BENEFI-
CIARIES OF THE RAY-
' MOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST
whose residence is
unknown if he/she/they be
living; and if he/she/they be
,dead, the unknown defen-
Slants who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, and all parties
- claiming an interest by,
'through, under or against
,the Defendants, who are not
'known to be dead or alive,
'and all parties having or
Claiming to have any right,
:title or interest in the proper-
ity described in the mort-
gage being foreclosed here-
in.

'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED than an action to fore-
"close a mortgage and
!enforce a lost note and/or
:mortgage on the following
property:

;LOT 11, OF BLOCK "B" OF
HIGH BRIDGE SUBDIVI-
SION AS PER MAP OR


PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
172 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 801 South
University Drive, Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324 on
or before November 5, 2005
(No later than 30 days from
the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice of action)
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint
or petition filed herein.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court at GADS-
DEN County, Florida, this
23 day of September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
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ing a special accommoda- DAVID J. STERN. ESO.
tion should contact COURT Plaintiff's attorney, whose
,iADMINISTRATION, at the address is 801 South
GADSDEN .County Universiry Drive. Suite 500,
Courthouse at 850-875- Plantanon, Florida 33324 on
8629, 1-800'955-8771 or before November 5. 2005
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, (No later than 30 days from
via Florida RelayService. tne date of the lirsl publica-
10'6&13'05c tion of this notice of action)
and file the original with the
.clerk of this coun either
Ir THE CIRCUIT COURT before service on Piamit's
J,. .,;a j',.Ju Il-. ..ano .-a ..-irrmmediately
ClAL CIRCUIT, IN AND thereatt!e., otherwise a.
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY. default will De entered
FLORIDA against you for the relief
.GENERAL JURISDICTION demanded in the complaint.
DIVISION or petition filed herein.
CASE NO: 2003-485-CA-B


NATIONAL CITY MORT-
GAGE CO.,
PLAINTIFF

VS

ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.,
Individually and as Trustee
of the ROY E: TAYLOR, SR.
REVOCABLE TRUST dated.
DECEMBER 20, 2000, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN'SPOUSE,
HEIRS; DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES' AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROY E. TAYLOR,
SR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.;
JOHN DOE and JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION.,
DEFENDANTSI)

NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SER-
VICE

TO: UNKNOWN BENEFI-
CIARIES OF THE RAY-
MOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST
Whose residence is
unknown if he/she/they ibe
living; and if he/she/they be
dead, the unknown defen-
dants who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, and all parties
- claiming an interest by,
through, under or against
the Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive,
and all parties having or
claiming to have any right,
title or interest in the proper-
ty described in the mort-
gage being foreclosed here-
in.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED than an action to fore-
close a mortgage and
enforce a lost note and/or
mortgage on the following
property:

LOT 7, OF BLOCK D OF
HIGH BRIDGE SUBDIVI-
SION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
172 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a-copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on


WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court at GADS-
DEN County, Florida, this
23 day of September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

sealL,

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
;IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS, WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, .per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
.lion should conlaci COURT-
'ADMINISTRATION, at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse at 850-875-
8629, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
S 10/6&13/05c


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

CASE NO. 2005-416-CPA

IN RE: The Estate of
ALFRED GOLDWIRE,
Deceased.

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
TION AND 'NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of ALFRED GOLD-
WIRE, File Number 2005-
416-CPA is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is PO Box 1679,
Quincy, Florida 32351. The
name and address of the
personal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below. The estate is intes-
tate.
Any person entitled to
exempt property is required
to file a petition for determi-
nation of exempt property or
the right to exempt property
is deemed waived WITHIN
FOUR MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. 'All interest-
ed persons are required to
file with this Court, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2)
any objection by an interest-
ed person to whom this
notice was mailed that chal-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-376-CPA

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
MAURILIO RETA RENTE-
RIA,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The adminislrarion of the
estate o1 Mvaurilio Reta
Renteria, deceased, File
Number 05-376-CPA is
pending in the.Circuit Court
for, Gadsden County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which 'is
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy, Florida
32351. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and olher persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice
is served must file their
claims with this court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other credi-
tors -of the decedent and
other persons having claims
or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claim with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

SThe date of first publication
of this notice is October 13,
2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DONALD M. HINKLE,
ESQUIRE
Hinkle & Foran, PA.
1545 Raymond Diehl Road
Suite 150
Tallahassee, Florida 32308

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

.Case No.: 05-955-DRA
Division: Family Law

Ronald Jones,
Petitioner ,

and

Edith St. Hilaire,
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLuTION OF MAR-
RIAGE

TO Edith St. Hilaire, 15689
SW 54th Ct,, Miramar, FL
33027

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 Ronald D.
Jones, whose address is
1821 McKelvy St, Quincy,
FL 32351 on or before
November 10, 2005, and file.
the original with the clerk of
this Court at 10 East
JeHerson Street,, Quincy, FL
32353 before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If'you fail to do,
so, a default may be
Entered against you for the
relief demanded in the peti-
tion.

Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available ai 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 file Notice of
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the 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
in sanctions, including dism-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.

Dated: October 10, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Arnita Green
Deputy Clerk
10/13,20/27 & 11/3p


IN THE SECOND CIRCUIT
COURT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION

Case No. 05-427-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANDREW WILLIAMS

NOTE OF ACTION


TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
'CLAIM, OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
.IN THE ESTATE: TO ALL
PERSONS WHO BELIEVE
THAT THEY.:ARE THE
RIGHTFUL HEIRS LEGA-
TEES. DEVISEES OF
ANDREW WILLIAMS WHO
DIED WITHOUT A WILL ON
NOVEMBER 18, 1922 IN
CHATTAHOOCH EE,
FLORIDA.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the adminislrallon of the
Eslate of ANDREW
WILLIAMS. Deceased, case
number above is pending in
the Circuit. Court for
Gadiden Counlv. Florda.
Ire address or thilrn Is
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Post Ofice
Box '231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0131. The Personal
Representative of the estate
is WILLIE WILLIAMS,
whose mailing address is
Post Office Box 111511,
Houston, Texas 77293. the
name arid address of the
personal Representative's,
Attorney is, JOYCE SIB-
SON DOVE, 101 North
Madison: Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351.

All persons having claim or
demands against the estate
are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2005, to file with the Clerk's
office of the above court a
written statement of any
claim or right of inheritance
they may have. All persons
interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice
of Administration has been
mailed are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18;
2005 to file any objections
they may have that chal-
lenges the qualifications of
the Personal
Representative or the
Venue or Jurisdiction of the
court.

FAILURE TO SERVE AND
FILE WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES MAY RESULT IN A
JUDGEMENT OR ORDER
FOR. RELIEF DEMAND;
WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED,

Dated on this 6th day of
October, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
As Cler of the Court

Vicki Vick
As Deputy Clerk
10/13,20/27 & 11/3/05c


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

PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-436-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF DAVID
WILLIAMS

NOTE OF ACTION

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIM FOR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE: TO ALL
PERSONS WHO BELIEVE
THAT THEY ARE THE


RIGHTFUL HEIRS, LEGA-
TEES, DEVISEES OF
DAVID WILLIAMS WHO
DIED WITHOUT A WILL ON
DECEMBER 2,'1932 IN
CHATTAHOOCHEE,
FLORIDA.:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
.the administration of the.
Estate of DAVID WILLIAMS,
Deceased,' case number
above is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, the address
of whicn is Gadsden County
Courthouse, Post Office
Box 231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0231. The. Personal
Representative of the estate
is WILLIE WILLIAMS,
'whose address is 5051
Rietta Street, Houston,
Texas 77016 and mailing
address is Post Office Box
111511, Houston, Texas
77293. The name and
address of the Personal
Representative's Attorney is
JOYCE SIBSON DOVE,
101 North Madison Street,
Quincy, Florida 32351.

All persons.having claim or
demands against the estate
are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2005, to file with the Clerk's
office of the above court a
vilteh' statements of' an'
claim or righi ol inheritance
they may have. All persons
interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice
of Administration has been
mailed are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2005 to file any objections
they may have that chal-
lenges the qualifications of
the Personal
Representative or the
Venue or Jurisdiction of the
court.

FAILURE TO SERVE AND
FILE WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES .MAY RESULT -IN A
JUDGEMENT OR ORDER
FOR RELIEF DEMAND,
WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER

Invitation to Bid
Bid No. 05-22

The Gadsden County
Board of County Com-
missioners is seeking
sealed proposals from
interested and qualified
Construction Managers
for the construction of
the Chattahoochee Li-
brary Project. Proposals
will be received until
10:00 a.m., Friday, Oc-
tober 28, 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 Ser-
vices Deartment at 5-B
E. Jefferson Street,
Quincy, FL or by dialing
850-875-8660.
Questions concerning
the specifications should
be directed to Jasne
Mock at 850-875-8675.
Bids' will not be valid if
not sealed in an enve-
lope marked "SEALED
PROPOSALS" and
identified by the name of
the firm, proposal num-
ber and time of opening.
The Gadsden County
Board of County
Commissioners
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 the County,
EEO/AA

Arthur Lawson, Sr.
Assistant County Manager
Marion Brown
County Manager


BARRED.


Dated on this 6th day of
October, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of the Court

Vicki Vick
As Deputy Clerk
10/13,20,27 & 11/3/05C


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

PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-473-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF IDA
MAE WILLIAMS

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIM OR. DEMANDS
AGAINST THE- ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE: TO ALL
PERSONS WHO BELIEVE
THAT THEY ARE THE
RIGHTFUL HEIRS LEGA'
-EES. DEVISEES OF IDA
MAE WILLIAMS WHO
DIED WITHOUT A WILL ON
LGCuLJG T 11. 199i6 IN MID-
WA, FLOlbA.'

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the administration of the
Estate of IDA MAE
WILLIAMS, Deceased, case
.number above is pending in
the Circuit .Court for
Gadsden County, Florida,
the address of which is
Gadsden- County
Courthouse, Post: Office
Box 231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0231. The' 'Personal
Representative of the
estate is WILLIE
WILLIAMS, whose address
is 5051 Rietta Street,
Houston, Texas 77016 and
mailing address is Post
Office Box 111511, Houston,
Texas 77293. The name
and address of the Personal
Representative's Attorney
is; JOYCE SIBSON DOVE,
101 North Madison Street,

CONT. pg 20


Invitation to Re-Bid
Bid No. 05-23
The Gadsden County
Board of County Com-
missioners is seeking
sealed bids for construc-
tion of a new Fire
Station and Training
Room for Robertsville
and St. John
Community. Bids will
be received until 10:00
a.m., Thursday,
November 3, 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 Ser-
vices Department at 5-B
E. Jefferson Street,
Quincy, FL or by dialing
850-875-8660.
Questions concerning
the specifications should
be directed to Oliver
Sellers at 850-875-8699.
Bids will not be valid if
not sealed in an enve-
lope marked "SEALED
BIDS" and identified by
the name of the firm, bid
number and time of
opening. The Gadsden
County Board of County
Commission-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 the County,
EEO/AA
Arthur Lawson, Sr.
Assistant County Manager


Marion Brown
County Manager


10/06e


Building Inspector
Position #0012
Building Inspection Division
-Gadsden County BOCC
Salary Range $13.75 $19.81/hr.
This is highly technical work in the inspection of resi-
diential building construction, alterations, and repairs
for compliance with mechanical, energy, building,
electrical and plumbing codes and other applicable
laws, ordinances anrd regulations. The individual in
this position will also perform inspections of commer-
cial and residential buildings as well as other related.
codes and provides technical information. Requires
high school diploma or equivalent and five years of
verifiable construction experience, or five years
experience in building inspection. Applicant must
meet all the qualifications of Chapter 468, Florida
Statutes, for certification within ninety days of
employment and submit to a background check.
Must have a valid driver's license and a favorable
driving record. Computer skills a must. Plumbing
background is favorable. Submit a Gadsden County
employment application to the Human Resource
Office, 5-B East Jefferson St., Quincy, FL 32351, or
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F.ROM pg 19

Quincy, Florida 32351.

All persons having claim or
demands against the estate
are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2:05, to file with the Clerk's
office of the above court a
writtenn statement of any
claim or right of inheritance.
they may have. All persons
interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice
Of Administration has been.
mailed are required, O N
OR BEFORE NOVEMBER
18, 2005 to file any objec-
tions they may have that
challengess the qualifications
of the Personal
Representative or the \enu
or Jurisdiction of the court.

FAILURE TO SERVE AND
FILE WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES MAY RESULT IN A
JUDGEMENT OR ORDER
FOR RELIEF DEMAND,
WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

Dated on this 7th day of
October 2005

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of the Court

ki Vick !,.
Deputy Clerk
10/13,20,27 &. 11/305c


i THE SECOND CIRCUIT
GtURT. IrN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FtORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
Cse No 05-472-CPA

:rI R, ESTATE OF HELEN
MCGILL

NOTICE OF ACTION

Tb ALL PERSONS HAVIIJG
C.AIM ,OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
-.TATE,AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
1 THE ESTATE. TO ALL'
PERSONS WHO BELIEVE
TMIAT THEY ARE THE
R13HTFUL HEIRS LEGA.


TEES, DEVISEES OF
HELEN MCGILL WHO.
DIED WITHOUT A WILL ON
APRIL 18i1960 IN MIIDWAY.
FLORIDA.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the administration of the
Estate of HELEN MCGILL,
Deceased, case number
above is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, the address
of which is Gadsden County
Courthouse, Post Office
Box 231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0131. The Persdnal.
Representative of the estate
is' WILLIE WILLIAMS,
whose address is 5051
Rietta Street, Houston,
Texas 77016 and mailing
address is Post Office Box
111511, Houston, Texas
77293. The name and
address of the Personal
Representative's Attorney
is, JOYCE SIBSON DOVE,
101 North Madison Street,
Quincy, Florida 32351

All persons having claim or
demands against the estate
are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2005, to file with the Clerk's
office of the above court a
written statement of any
claim or right of inheritance
they may have. All persons
interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice
of Administration has been
mailed are required, ON OR
BEFORE NOVEMBER 18.
2005 to file any oDi1eclions
Ihey may have iral chal.
lenges the qualifcaliors of
the Personal
Representative or the
Venue or Jurisdiction of the
court.

FAILURE TO SERVE AND
FILE WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES MAY RESULT IN A
JUDGEMENT OR ORDER
FOR RELIEF DEMAND,
WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.


Dated on this
October, 2005


7th day of


Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Court


Vicki Vick
Deputy Clerk
10/20,27 & 11/3/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number:.05-439-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF CHAR-
LIE PETERSON, SR.,
Deceased

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
TION

The administration of the
estate of Charlie Peterson
Sr., deceased, File Number
05-439-CPA, is pending in
the Circuit Court. for
Gadsden County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which, is P.O.
Box 1649, Quincy, FL
32353-1649. The name and
address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney is set
forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT: All persons on whom
this notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the per-
sonal representatives,
venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file
their objections with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

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


JUST LISTED! 739 Morgan Avenue '






HOLLIE T. DWYER

4 nGadsden Co. Team
Lovely 'ad well-maintained 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom located in Specialist
the Torreya Heights section of Chattahoochee. Quiet, peaceful 980-0339
neighborhood, close to parks, shopping, and schools.
Accessible to 1-10. Energy-efficient, remodeled in 2003. iStPremier
Separate dining/kitchen/ living room. Almost 1200 square feet. r
SIUtility room with washer and dryer hookups. Kitchen comes with new range and
refrigerator Covered porch, insulated windows, and outside utility room. Carpet
land vinyl tile flioring. Central air and heat.
A MUST SEE! Listed at $92,000. Call today at 980-0339 or 556-1142.


LAWRENCE REALTY
(850) 875-8470
or 1-800-321-8545
Each office independently owned and operated









CHATTAHOOCHEE: LOOKING FOR A FIRST HOME
OR RENTAL PROPERTY? Check out this 3 BR, 1 BA
home, 960 sf. On a 90x120 lot, most of it fenced. The price
is right at... $49,900 C-1661
IN THE HEART OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICT. This
'southern cottage' has 4 BR, 2 BA and 2,076 sf. The kitchen,
family room and dining room have cedar paneling. Butler's
pantry. 5 Fireplaces! Pine tongue-and-groove flooring.
Screened porch to enjoy.
$165,000 W-1643
PRICED TO SELL IN SUNSET ACRES: 3 BR, 1 BA home
on a 192x197 lot. Large fenced back yard.
$95,000 W-1657
THINK WHAT YOU COULD DO WITH THE
ADDITIONAL LOT that comes with this. This 4 BR, 1 BA,
1,526 sf home being sold as is for only $65,000 D-1653
6.76 ACRES WHICH CAN BE DIVIDED. ZONED 1:1.
A bargain at $60,840 D-4295
DEVELOPERS, LOOKING FOR RESIDENTIAL LOTS?
Consider the 15 at Magnolia Village, a planned community
within The Farms at Quincy, one,of Gadsden County's best
subdivisions. Underground utilities already installed. Four
house plans area available or you may use your own. Within
minutes of the Golf Club of Quincy. Each lot is
$35,000 W-4225








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S eal Estate Agent
2565 Barrngton Circe
Talbhassee, FL 32308
I f.me a c-Lcom


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1, 2 & 3 Bedroom .partmenms
Central H\AC
Private Patio with Slorage
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Houwh.hold nmenbtr mrrt '.irl': in Farm L.ab.:r.'

Vanguard Village Apartments
33 Church Street # 46:
Gretna, Fl 32332
850-856-5801
Equal Housing Opportunity** Some Restrictions Apply

Se Renta Ahora
Vivienda Para Trabajadores de Granja
Pago Comodos De Alquiler

Espaciosos de 1. 2. & 3 Habitaciones
Aire Central
Patio Privado con Almacenamiento
Parque de Recreacion
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en labores de granja.

Apartmentos Vanguard Village
33 Church Street # 46
Gretna, Fl 32332
850-856-5801,
Oportunidad Iqual de Viviend
Algunas Restriciones Aplican


NEW LISTINGS ... PRIME REAL ESTATE
GREATPRICES
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(850) 556-1142, 1II "' 1 151, hm.offc


Office 85
Cell 850
Fax 850


Brand New

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in the Quincy area is offering new
homes starting at $163,860.
5 floor plans available,
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upgraded euro style cabinetry.

21 large home sites to choose
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Call Rennai Palmer, Realtor
at (850) 528-5843.

Turner Properties

and Investments.


LEG~AL


THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS .NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

Kendra N. Davis, Esquire
Parks & Crump, L.L.C.
FBN: 0591041
240 North Magnolia Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: (850) 224-6400
Attorney for Catina
Simmons-Russ
Personal Representative
10/13,20,27 & 11/3(c)


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number: 05-357-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF PHYL-
LIS SIMMONS, Deceased

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
TION

The- administration. of the
estate of Phyllis Simmons,
deceased, File Number 05-
357-CPA, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden


County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 1649,
Quincy, FL .32353-1649.
The name and address of
the personal representa-
tive's attorney is set forth
below.

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT: All persons on whom
this notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the per-
sonal representatives,
venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file
their objections with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS' AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is
served within three months
after the date of the first
publication of this notice
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST 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 decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

Kendra N. Davis, Esquire
Parks & Crump, L.L.C.
FBN: 0591041
240 North Magnolia Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: (850) 224-6400
Attorney for Catina
Simmons-Russ
Personal Representative
10/13,20,27 & 11/3(c)

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

CASE NO. 05-646-CAB

UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, RURAL
HOUSING SERVICE,
USDA, F/K/A FARMERS
HOME
ADMINISTRATION
Plaintiff,

vs.


DEBRA WESTON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DEBRA WESTON; 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 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 account
for the person or persons in
.possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
.pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 3rd, 2005, in
this cause, I will sell the
property situated in GADS-
DEN County, Florida
described as:

LOT NUMBERED 4,
BLOCK "K", OAK PARK
SUBDIVISION, SAID
BLOCK "K" BEING A
REPLAT OF BLOCKS H & I
OF OAK PARK SUBDIVI-
SION, ACCORDING TO A
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 159, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SAID LANDS BEING A
PART OF SECTION 17,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 3 WEST, SITUATE,


LYING AND BEING IN THE
CITY OF QUINCY, COUN-
TY OF GADSDEN, AND
STATE OF FLORIDA.

a/k/a 333 Circle Drive,
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 November
9, 2005.

Dated at Quincy, Florida this
3rd day of October, 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision
of certain ,assistance.
Please contact Nicholas
Thomas, Quincy, FI 32351,
Gadsden County court-
house, 850-875-8601, with-
in 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you
are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.
10/13&20/05c


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FOR SALE $140,000


LOT 24 BLOCK E UNIT 3
888 ARLINGTON CIRCLE
QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351








LOT 5 BLOCK E UNIT 3
2155 KENNEDY LANE
QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351

AMENITIES
3BR 2BA i
CENTRAL HEAT & AC
TRAY/VAULTED CEILING
TILE FLOORS
BEDROOMS CARPET
1-CAR GARAGE
STUCCO FRONT FINISH
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1606 W. Jefferson St. 850-875-2828
Present AD & Receive 15% Discount!
Suhday-Thursday: 11a.m. -10 p.m.
SFriday, Saturday: 11 a.nm-Midnight
Lunch Buffet'Mon-Fri 11-1:30 :i
Tuesday Night: Kid's Night 5:30-8
Not Valid With Any Other Coupons


ChristTown


-, : i.ri,.-'i.n & American' ,;'.taura Int
Serving the best in .-arribean food

Curry Chicken, Curry Goat, Ox Tails, Stew Beef
Brown Stew.Chicken, Fried Fish, Jerk Chicken
Patties & more...


Closed: Sunday and 'Monday
Lunch Specials Dine In or Take qufi


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'300 W. Jefferson StL'uincy, Florida
Present this ad and gt1o0% off any Large Dinner


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EVERYBODY guaranteed Credit-Approved


No Credit-Bad Credit Okayl


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Direct Automtove Wholesale along with Credit Acceptance will give you a WRITTEN CREDIT APPROVAL!i
hYOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND HAVE AN INCOME OF $900 or more per month. Asmall
pi downpayment may be required. Trade-Ins Accepted! Your Second Chance at Direct Automotive &
Credit Acceptance! Come pick out your car or truck and rebuild your credit at the same time!


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*Over 100 Late Model Vehicles
are being brought In for this special sale
100% GUARANTEED
CREDIT APPROVAL? W
* Payments As Low As 15 IS mO
SCars As Low As 5600 cash?


Thursday, Oct. 13
Friday, Oct. 14
Saturday, Oct. 15
Sunday, Oct. 16
Monday, Ocdt. 17
Tuesday, Oct. 18
Wednesday, Oct. 1


Dates & Times:
9:00
9:00
9:00
1:00
9:00
9:00
19 9:00


*This Will Be A Sell-Out
So Come ASAPfI11tf


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Q0incy City Hall Gadsden Co. Courthouse
US 901 i 3 Blocks West to I]
Jefferson St. DIRECT AUTOMOTIVE
< WHOLESALE

403 W. Jefferson St., (HWY 90) Quincy, FL Corner of Jefferson
Stewart St., next to Dollar General & across the street from City
Hall...3 blocks west of the Quincy Square. Need more information?
1 Call us at 850-627-8448!
*All Credit Acceptance Vehicles have an EXTENDED
WARRANTY FOR THE TERM OF YOUR LOAN!
*Credit Acceptance Corp. uaianlees you a written
credit approval no matter what your past credit has
been...even repos, collections & bankruptcies!
Hello. My name is Joe Cleghom, owner of Direct automo-
tive Wholesale. I started Direct Automotive one year ago
out of frustration of trying to buy my daughter a ca. Did you
know that on a used car a $5000 profit is not unusual?
I decided to try and change the way people buy used vehicles. My
overhead is very low, so I can make a living and still allow you to get the BEST
PRICE in North Florida. As a matter of fact, we have customers who are driving 100
miles to come to Quincy. I don't need any high-pressure sales people when my pnce
is right. We price our cars, trucks & SUVs at loan value, which means you can,\buy
my vehicles with NO MONEY DOWN with A or B credit. The bes
f thing you will find is you don't have to haggle for the lowest
r,* F Fl price. It's a game we don't play! I appreciate your support for
The Little Guy!


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Direct Automotive Wholesale
403 W. Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West of Square in Quincy, Next to Dollar General Open Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday 9-7; Sat. 9 -6 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.


Now Open
Sunday
2-6 p.m.


Quincy* 850-627-8448 Quincy
All Payments illustrated with Zero Down, 6% interest, 60 months, With Approved Credit
Prices do not include tax, tag, title and dealer fees.


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