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East Gadsden



gets 'taste' of



New Orleans


Library


may be


open in


December

Early finish may
mean $92,000 in
savings to county

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The new public library on Pat
Thomas Parkway is scheduled for
completion in Februrary 2006.
Tuesday night during the regluar
meeting, the Board of County Com-
missioners was told by contractor
Finley Cook, "If all goes well and
the weather cooperates we will have,
it ready by mid-December."
Cook's presentation included local
contractors used on the project and
the amount of money each received
through bid awards.
Nine of the contractors uspd on
the job were from Gadsden County.
four were minorities. Cook also
pointed out that he might be able to
save $92,061 by coming in early on
the project, which is part of the
owner contingency.
"These funds may be used to pur-
chase furnishings for the library
and/or as the owner deems neces-
sary."
In other matters, the board was
told by county attorney Thornton
Williams that 90 percent of the
problems at Deer Ridge Estates had*
been agreed to between the property
owners and the developer.
Williams said the county is asking
for a 75 percent performance bond,
instead of the usual 50 percent. That
amount would assure-the developer
made all of the corrections to the
satisfaction of the county and the
homeowners.
"My concern is that if we let the
Certificates of Occupancy go (with
the performance bond). I'm reluc-
tint to let the COs go, that's our
Sly hold," said Commission Chair-
nan Ed Dixon.
SThe developer still has homes
built in Deer Ridge and the county
has refused to issue any more COs
until all other the problems have
:been rectified.
'"The COs are our leverage and we
are not going to compromise that,"
Williams said.
The Board also approved the
spending of $82,000 to upgrade the
fire alarm system at the hospital.
County Manager Marlon Brown
said the current system works fine,
but it is old.
"The Agency for Health Care
Administration has advised that we
replace it, otherwise they could fine
us," Brown said.


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"Dezell House" in Greensboro.

By BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

There were once thriving communities in the west-
ern part of Gadsden County, some whose names are
long forgotten like Scratch Ankle and the Alamo
Community. Others are just crossroads or areas
locals still remember like Norway, Pine Grove, Saw-
dust and Sycamore.
Many areas like Polar Branch, Hawkins Lane, Oak
Grove, River Junction, Hardaway, Salem and Bonnie
Hill still have families living there.
These areas are steeped in Gadsden County history
and it is the mission of the West Gadsden Historical
Society to not let that history slip away unnoticed.
Plans are underway to remodel the old "Dezell
House" in Greensboro to house a museum of local
artifacts, an art center, a gift shop and a visitor center
centered around the history of the western part of


Gadsden County and its people.
"We intend to have classes on food preserving,
sewing, cooking and many of the dying arts of how
people lived their day to day lives years ago in Gads-
den County," Lynn Layton Poucher, a WGHS board
member said.
"This is to be multicultural that will involve all of .
the history of the area. We want to involve all of the
people of this area," Poucher said.
The society has already started accumulating his-
torical artifacts, especially pictures of different loca-
tions from years ago. "We are soliciting help and
information from everyone that has historical ties to
the area," Poucher said.
One item already in their hands, she said,
was the old milk shake maker from the drug store
that was once in downtown Greensboro.
The Dezell House would also be used as a
See HISTORICAL on Page 9


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nrrsical instrument cutouts, tables
were covered with green or gold or
purple tablecloths, lunch room staff


It wasn't lunch as usual last Thurs- wore masks, and one even sported-a
day at East Gadsden High School. skirt of purple balloons.
No chicken nuggets, no mac and About 150 guests were invited to
cheese and no mystery meat on a share lunch with students and fa&-
bun for these students. ulty, including elected officials, per-
This was the menu (and there were sonnel from the district office, other
printed menus): Fried catfish fillets, schools and parents. "This is my
chicken and ribs
cooked on the grill.
okra and tomatoes a'
with slices of smoked -
sausage, green beans.
fresh tossed (not from
a bag) salad, garlic
bread, corn bread.
hushpuppies, fruit
salad with shredded
coconut, fresh fruits
and vegetables
(pineapple; orange
slices, grapes, celer.N.
and carrots), peach
cobbler and milk.
"It was really good
Better than usual. I
really liked the ribs,
slaw, garlic bread and
peach cobbler," said
15-year-old Candice
Donaldson 'as she fin-
ished up her lunch.
Donaldson and hel
friend, Chakia Bro%\ n.
14, said they eat lunch
in the cafeteria -\%erN
day but it's not al]% a3 N
to their liking. "I
guess it would taste
better it' we didni'
have the same thing
over and over. It
seems like we hate
the same thing every Photo by Alice DuPont
two days," Brown Lois F. Carroll, EGHS cafeteria cashier, was
said. "dressed" for the occasion.
Last week was


National School
Lunch Week, and food service
directors all over the country were
trying to come up with something a
little different and a little special for
students. At EGHS the theme was a
"A Salute to New Orleans" in honor
of the survivors of Hurricane Kat-
rina. Several students who evacu-
ated New Orleans before the storm
hit are enrolled at the school.
The walls in the cafeteria were
decorated with plastic masks and


Photo by Alice DuPont
Rep. Marti Coley enjoyed catfish,
okra and tomatoes amid the col-
orful, festive surroundings in the
EGHS cafeteria.


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first time at East Gadsden and I am
so impressed. Two athletes met me
and escorted my inside. They were
two of the most mannerable young
men I've met in a long time. I am
very impressed," said Rep. Marti;
Coley (D-Marianna).
Coley tried the fried catfish, hush-
puppies, ribs, and tomatoes and
okra. "The food is delicious. Noth-
ing like the cafeteria food I had in
high school," she said. When Rep.
Curtis Richardson (D-Tallahassee)
and School Superintendent Regi-
nald James finished eating, thry
donned white aprons and plastic
gloves and began serving students.
Both seemed a little intimidated by
the serving line and the students, but
it wasn't long before they got the
hang of it.
But what would Mardi Gras be
without music and entertainment?
Guests and students were treated to
performances by East Gadsden's
band and chorus ard the school's
award-winning dance team, the
Divas and Dudes. In addition to the
food and entertainment, students
participated in an art contest, essay
contest and scavenger hunt.
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No fire, just fun
Every kid loves a fire truck, and Quincy's firemen put on a real show for them during Quincy Fire Depart-
ment's Fire Prevention Week open house. Kids of all ages got an up-close look at the equipment, free hot
dogs, hamburgers and popcorn and got some fire prevention and safety tips.


PTA is 'personal';


state's 1st leadership


conference held here


by ALICE DU PONT
'Times Editor

SDid you know that a lot of the peo-
ple involved in the Parent Teacher
Association don't have children in
school'
That's right. "Whatever the moti-
vation when you get involved it (the
:PTA) becomes personal. Many peo-
ple don't have children in school
:anymore but they are still
involved," said Sandy Traeger,
National PTA Trainer. Once a per-
son becomes involved in PTA it's
hard to let go, according to Traeger.
Traeger and others from the state
:and national PTA organization were
in town last Friday night and Satur-.
:day for the first PTA Parent Involve-,
Jment Leadership Conference in the
state. The meeting was held at East
-Gadsden High School. .
Jerry Winn, Florida's Commis-
:sioner of Education, said he was'
:once a member of the PTA when his
:children were school age. Katherine
:Chandler, the president of East
-Gadsden's PTA fixed that Saturday
-when she made Winn an official
-member of the school's PTA. "And
:here's my $5 membership dues. My
PTA card will always be in my wal-
:let right next to my six-year-old
:grandson," he said.
Winn praised the county's students
-and teachers for the gains they made
last year on the FCAT. He said a
good PTA is important to any school
:district and urged county PTA offi-
:cials to make an effort to see that all
schools have one. The groups, he
'said, do much for the students and
:the teachers by knniiii them know
-that someone cares.
SWorkshops were planned through-
out the I I.. Plmci -. and teachers
:attended a workshop of harassment
:presented by Kristin Roberts, com-
2munity assistant specialist for the
Florida Commission on Human
-Rights. Those attending explored
:ways parents can recognize and
:eliminate discrimination and harass-
ment in their child's school. Other


workshops dealt with character edu-
cation, closing the gap between par-
ents and educators, college and
career planning, and recruiting and
retaining members.
The overall theme of the confer-
ence was "Putting the Pieces
Together" for the benefit of the stu-
dents. "If we want what is best for
our children, we have to care about
all of the children. We have to care
about the children down the street,"
Traeger said.
PTAs became more involved inr!
the educational or classroom aspect:
of their children's schools when the'
SParent Act of 1999 was passed by
Congress. "The Parent Act became
the 2002 No Child Left Behind, and
now all schools must haye:a'plan for
parental involvement," she said.
The National PTA has set stan-
dards for parent and family involve-
ment ,programs that all states,
including Florida, are using ,as a
model.
They are:
See PTA on Page 11

School lunch

Continued from Page 1

"We cooked up 96 slabs of ribs,
14 cases of catfish fillets, and five
cases of chicken. Grillmaster
James Kenon set up about 6:30 a.m.
outside the school's cafeteria and
began cooking. I could smell the
smoke when I got to school," said
Antwan Fisher. He and other mem-
bers of the Jaguar football team sat
together during lunch. They had
only one complaint. "Tell them they
need to give us more food," he said.
The event was sponsored by the
Florida Department of Education,
the Department of Food and Nutri-
tion Management and the Gadsden
County School Board.
James said he hoped the special
meal would encourage students to
make healthier choices when select-
ing food either at home or school.


Prowlin' the
Pumpkin
Patch


Forest Hills
Methodist Church's
pumpkin patch was
proving to be a
magical place for
Quincy youngsters
this week. Its pal-
lets full of bright
orange fall bounty
provided both a
colorful landscape
and a place for kids
to play. In this
photo Hannah
Pope tries to
capture soap
bubbles blown by
LaBron Hulbert.
Colin Ventree is
deep into his own
game of discovery
among the
pumpkins. Maggie
Hulbert and Reilly
Allman find their
own ways of
enjoying the
"patch".


Photo by Ron Isbell


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It was different this
by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Only one person who attended the Million Man
March ten years ago went back this past weekend for
the Million More March.
Glenn Russ made the trip alone. Of the 27 Gadsden
and Leon County men who made the trip in 1995,
there were no takers this time.
"It was different. As soon as I stepped on the Mall.
Everyone was trying to make a dollar," Russ said. He
said everywhere he looked someone was selling com-
memorative t-shirts, commemorative buttons, and
food. He said he wished he had stayed home. "If they
have one in another ten years I won't be going," he


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TCC President Bill Laws stepped
to the podium during Thursday's
event announcing the $500,000
workforce development grant
that will fund The Beacon Pro-
ject, a partnership between Talla-
hassee Community College,
FAMU and the Gadsden County
Chamber of Commerce. At left
are representatives of the various
entities involved.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A 41-year-old Fernandina Beach
man, Kevin Malcolm Kelley, was
killed Wednesday afternoon around
4:45 on Interstate 10 when the 2000
Ford Expedition he was riding in
overturned causing him to be


time...10 years later
said.
Even the people, he said, acted differently. "They
were stand-offish. There was none of the camaraderie
that was there before, when we all went with the antic-
ipation of something good for our community and our
families. The speeches lacked inspiration for Russ,
with the exception of organizer Minister Louis Far-
rakhan.
Farrakhan's speech in 1995 was centered around the
black community doing for itself and not waiting on
government to fix its problems. This time, the Nation
of Islam leader talked a lot about the delayed relief for
victims of Hurricane Katrina. "The federal government
should be charged with criminal neglect of the people


See MARCH on Page 9


ejected. According to a report
released by the Florida Highway
patrol, Sidney Wicks, 56, also of
Femandina Beach was driving the
SUV west in the left lane when the
vehicle traveled into the median.
Wicks oversteered to the right caus-
ing the vehicle to rotate. The car


traveled across both lanes and begp*
overturning on the north shoulder
The car overturned several times
causing Kelley to be ejected. He
was pronounced dead at the scene,.*
Wicks was treated and release
from Tallahassee Memorial Hosp
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Shaw is from Quincy.
She is 5'2" tall and weighs 125
pounds. She was last seen wearing
3lue gym shorts and a yellow shirt.
'- Anyone with information of her
.hereabouts is asked to call the Tal-


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4200, Bridgette Burns, 284-1835 or
Christine Williams, 875-2696.

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OPINIONS


finding Roads

By: Byron Spires


Kathy Lynn Partida: a name in stone


Murphy's Law has arrested me!


We'd gone through most of the year without
having a name to place on the monument. Then,
we had another victim of domestic violence. So,
tonight as we honor and remember those who
lost their lives due to domestic violence,the
name of Kathy Lynn Partida will be chiseled in
stone.
Domestic violence must be taken seriously if
it is to be stopped. Law enforcement has, for the
most part, stepped up to the plate. People are
going to jail. If it takes that to learn a lesson, so
be it. There are no excuses. Ninety-five percent
of those affected by domestic violence are
women. Ironically, it is the often the abused
woman who doesn't want the man to suffer any
consequences.
Several months ago a young woman came to
my house. It was about 9 p.m. and I was sur-
prised when I opened my door and saw her
standing there. She said she needed to talk with
someone about her situation at home. Her fine,
upstanding husband, who is thought of so highly
by many in this community has been abusing
her, she said.
I immediately picked up the telephone to call
a counselor and she stopped me. She said she
wasn't ready to get "that kind" of help. I told her
that it was exactly the kind of help she needed.
She worried, she said, about what her family
would think and even wondered if they would
believe her because they thought she had landed
a "catch" when she married him.
Could she go to her mother-in-law? That was
out of the question because it seems that his
family feels their "prince" can do no'\rodng^ Afnd
if he \cas doing :-in\thing to her it x'sa becJaus


Midway demands

quality education
Dear Editor,
On behalf of the City of Midway, ,
I want to personally thank you for
holding the School Board Workshop
in Midway on October 11, 2005.
As you are well aware now, a
public school, whether a traditional
public school or a charter public
school, is of utmost importance to
the City of Midway. While there are
strong feelings on both sides of the
issue, what is the, most important is
that we help you in whatever way
we can, to get quality education for
the children.
It isn't us or them, our ideas of
their ideas, our egos or their egos,
our surveys or their petitions, our
agendas or their agendas, it is and
should be the children, and only the
children, that we should be worry-
ing about. If we cut through all of
the rhetoric, the children and the
children's education should be our
main concern.
No one who spoke at the meet-
ing, whether in favor or against the
charter school, said we did not need
a school in Midway. Instead of a
petition signed by 200 people
against a charter school, there
should have been a petition signed
by 1,000 people stating that we want
and demand good, quality education
and a school in Midway.
I am not sure where the 164 stu-
dent number came from, but the
charter application states that the
elementary school enrollment will
be up to 468 and the middle school
enrollment will be up to 154 for the
first year, which should be adequate
to provide for all of the children of
Midway who want to attend.
It is a "school of choice' for the
parents and children. All Midway
children will be eligible to attend at
no cost.,
It is our commitment to work
with the Gadsden County School
Board and Superintendent to assist
in any way we can to further your
efforts to provide quality education
in Gadsden County. We are asking
for your continued support and part-
nership with us and the Academy of


she was inadequate in some way.
All I could do that night was let her get it out
of her system. I tried to persuade her to let me
set up something later with a professional. She
wasn't hearing it. So, finally I suggested that she
leave him and make a new start on her own. You
would have thought I suggested she commit sui-
cide. No way, she said, was.she going to leave
her big house, new cars and pretty clothes. I
reminded her that none of it would matter if she
was dead.
Needless to say, I didn't convince her to do
anything. I see her sometimes with her husband
and she's wearing the.saddest smile I've ever
seen. My heart goes out to her because I know
That she is still in pain and that he is still abusing
her. She isn't alone. There are millions of
women like her throughout the country.
You can't force them to leave abusers. They
have their own reasons and those reason are
good for them. But we, as members of this com-
munity, must continue to educate and stand by
until they are ready to make that move. We must
educate our young men and our young women
before they become adults.
I hope that people come out tonight to the
"Speakout Against Domestic Violence" on the
Courthouse Square. It starts at 5:30 and lasts
until 7:30. It will only take two hours to lend
your support to the families of the victims. The
information you will gain just might be what is
needed for you to help someone. Domestic vio-
lence occurs in all races, all socioeconomic
homes, and all ages.
It could happen in \our family.


Excellence in our endeaVor.
Very truly yours,
City of Midway, Florida
Delores Madison
Mayor-Councilmember


God sent storm to

stop 'Decadence'
Dear Editor:
Here's an article with some
tremendous points that Quincy and
surrounding counties should take in
consideration.
"Hurrican Katrina destroys New
Orleans days before "Southern
Decadence" 08/31/05."
Just days before "Southern Deca-
dence", an annual homosexual cele-
bration attracting tens of.thousands
of people to the French Quarters of
New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina
destroys the city.
"Southern Decadence" has a his-
tory of filling the French Quarters
section of the city with drunken
homosexuals engaging in sex acts in
the public streets and bars. Last
year, a local pastor sent video
footage of sex acts being performed
in front of police to the mayor, city
council, and the media. City offi-
cials simply ignored the footage and
continued to welcome and praise the
weeklong celebration as being an


"exciting event". However, Hurri
can Katrina has put an end to the
annual'celebration of sin.
On the official "Southern Deca-
dence" Website (www.Southern-
Decadence.com), it states that the
annual event brought in "125,000-
revelers" to New Orleans last year,
increasing by thousands each year,
and up from "over 50,000 revelers"
in 1997. This year's 34th annual
"Southern Decadence" was set for
Wednesday, August 31, 2005
through Monday, September 5,
2l05.: but due to massive flooding
and the damage left by the hurri-
cane, Louisiana Governor Kathleen
Blanco has ordered everyone to
evacuate the city.
The past three mayors of,New
Orleans, including Sidney Barth-
elomew, Marc H. Moral.. and C.
Ra\ Nagin, issued official procla-
mations welcoming visitors to
"Southern Decadence". Addition-
ally, New Orleans City Council
made other proclamations recogniz-
ing the annual homosexual celebra-
tion.
"Although the loss of lives is
.deeply saddening, this act of God
destroyed a wicked city," stated
Repent America director Michael
Marcavage. "From Girls Gone
Wild" to "Southern Decadence",
New Orleans was a city that had its
doors wide open to the public cele-
bration of sin. From the devastation
may a city full of righteousness
emerge", he continued..
New Orleans is also known for
its Mardi Gras parties where thou-
sands of drunken women to expose
their breasts. This annual event
sparked the creation of the "Girls
Gone Wild" video series. In addi-
tion, Louisiana had a total of ten
abortion clinics with half of them
making their home in New Orleans.
At these five abortion clinics in the
city, countless numbers of children
were murdered at the hands of abor-
tionists.
"We must help and pray for those
ravaged by this disaster, but let us
not forget that the citizens of New
Orleans tolerated and welcomed the
widkedness in their city for so
long," Marcavage said. "May this
act of God cause us all to think


I have accepted that between "Murphy's
Law" and my luck with anything that
requires a,tool to repair it, I'm toying with a
disaster when I try to fix something.
However, I thought I might have beat the
odds a couple of weeks ago when I changed
a flat tire on my boat trailer.
The boat is real heavy and the tire was dry
rotted and flat. I have a spare tire for the
trailer that has never been on the ground, so
I decided'I'd just replace the bad tire with
the spare.
It was a simple task. All I had to do was
jack the boat and trailer up, take the old tire
off and put the spare tire on.
Since my luck withtools has always
teetered on the bad side of luck, I surveyed
the whole tire changing scenario to make
sure I eliminated all of the possible dangers.
I removed everything from around the trailer
that I thought might fall on me, trip me, stab
me or electrocute me.
I have a small two-ton jack that I placed on
a flat concrete block under the. trailer. As a
precaution I stood another larger concrete
block to place under the trailer as a brace in
case it were to slip off the jack. Remember, I
am prone to catastrophes when it comes to
using tools.
After having changed what seems like hun-
dreds of flats over the years I have learned it
is smart to loosen the lug nuts before you
jack something up. S, It6o'6k in trutsty
adjustable lug nut \, rench and ifirbed under
the trailer to loosen the nuts.
Did I mention that the tire is about three
feet under the-boat and extremely difficult to
reach. And that the jack had to be placed
even further under the trailer so that I could
raise the trailer,high enough to get the tire
off.
I couldn't budge the lug nuts. There just
wasn't enough room to get any leverage and
I'm weak when it comes to laying on my
back and trying to use any kind of tool,
especially a lug wrench.
Thankfully, my neighbor loaned me his
electric impact drill and in a couple of min-
utes I had the nuts loose. Of course it took
me a couple more minutes to get untangled
from the 100 foot extension cord I had


about what we tolerated in our city
limits, and bring ustrembling before
the throne of Almighty God," Mar-
cavage concluded. I totally agree
with Marcavage.
We, as citizens of this great city
and county had better consider our
ways in all we do. Proverbs 29:2
Amplifies version states When the
(uncompromisingly) righteous are
in authority, the people rejoice; but
when the wicked man/woman rules,
the people groan and sigh.
Matthew 5:45 states God sendeth
rain on the just and on the unjust.
God's Word is true whether you
believe it or not. There 'is going to
come a day of accountability for
what we have done be it good or
bad, 2 Corinthains 5:10.
Vivian Bonnie Green

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wrapped around myself while I was under
the trailer.
I remember laying on my back under the
trailer and thinking as I was sliding the tire
off the hub, that this had not been as bad as I
thought it was going to be. All.I had to do
now, I thought was stick the spare on, let
down the trailer and take back the drill to
my neighbor.
I was so smart that day. I had even taken
my little emergency 12 volt air pump and
made sure the spare was full of air.
Everything went as planned: in less than
five minutes I had the tire back on, and the
concrete blocks and jack out of the way. I
stood there gloating over a disaster free
experience.
It was then that I heard a hissing sound and
in less that five seconds the spare tire I had
just put on the trailer was flat. I watched as
it just settled to the ground and made its last
hiss at me like it was saying, "you just
thought this was going right."
I am not a violent person, however, I did
have some bad thoughts at that moment and;
thankfully I had moved all of the equipment
out of arms reach. I would have liked to
have kicked the spare'tire, but I would have
had to get down on all fours to get to the tire
and it just wasn't worth the energy.
The whole process had to be repeated, jack,
concrete blocks and all. It's fixed now and
there :w.as no hole in .the tire.
The tire jist went flat after sitting in my
shed for the-last ten years, the one and only
time I actually needed it. I guess there is a
good side to the tire episode. At least I was-
n't in the middle of nowhere when it
decided not to stay aired up.
It has been over a week now and the spare
is still holding the boat and trailer up.
So, I decided to give it a closer inspection
yesterday and I thought I heard a hissing
sound.
.I stopped and listened and didn't hear it
again. I bent over and got closer and still
couldn't hear anything.
I'm sure it was just my imagination and the'
whole episode was a good example of Mur-
phy's Law, at least I hope it was.


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New Quincy institute to teach art as old as life itself

"The good thing about the midwife is that they care for the woman as long as needed.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Not too many years ago childbirth
was something that most women did at
home. Only in cases where doctors sus-
pected that problems might arise were
women hospitalized.
Teresa Coleman-Bowling, Ph.D.. still
feels that w oman who want to should
be able to deliver their babies with a
midwife. She beleives so strongly in
the concept that she is going to teach
classes where women can learn the
skills and concepts to become a


Licensed Midwife or Midwife Assistant.
Coleman-Bowling said her training facility.
called The Renaissance Institute, is the first
and only post secondary school north of
Gainesville offering Licensed Midwifery
Diploma programs.
The institute is housed in the old Stevens
School at 1004 West 4th Street in Quincy
"This is something I've wanted to do all of
my life, and when I retired I could devote
all of my time to it." Coleman-Bo\wline
said.
The Renaissance Institute acccepts stu-
dents part-time and full-tune and offers day
and evening classes. The program is a


Gadsden County Times October 20, 2005 5


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Teresa Coleman-Bowling, Ph.D.
commitment. The three year program is for
people without a medical or nursing back-
ground.
Registered nurses who enter the program
can complete it in two years. Part-time stu-
dents can take up to five years Graduates
of either option are eligible to sit for the
State of Florida licensure exarunation.
Coleman-Bowling said that throughout his-
tory midwifery has been practiced by
women of strength and wisdom.
"Historicall.y midw ives were older
women who had already given birth. They
passed their skills and knowledge from
generation to generation as they were hon-


Breast cancer: risk factors


Ouincy doctor points to

early detection, improved
treatmentt in decline

)y ALICE DU PONT
times Editor

Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most com-
non cancer among women. After lung cancer, it is the
second leading cause of death among women. This year,
; t-1-* -- I. I"1 I )AO\ ,wrnpn in


ting the disease.
GENDER: Being a woman is the main risk for breast
cancer. While men can also get the disease, it is about
100 times more common in women than in men.
AGE: The chance of getting breast cancer goes up as
a woman gets older. Nearly 8 out of 10 breast cancers
are found in women over the age of 50.
GENETIC RISK FACTORS: About 5-10 percent of
breast cancers are linked to changes (mutations) in cer-
tain genes. The most common gene changes are those of
the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. Women with these gene
changes have up to an 80 percent chance of getting
breast cancer during their lifetime.


hpproxlimatey Zi ,Lt u wuc u 11 Having a mother, sister, or daughter
he United States will be found to with breast cancer nearly doubles a
-ave invasive breast cancer. About woman's risk.
0,410 will die from the disease this PERSONAL HISTORY OF
year. The good news is that right BREAST CANCER: A woman with
low there are over 2 million women RR ST cancer in one breast has a greater
iving in this country who have CA E R chance of getting a new cancer in
aeen treated for breast cancer. There E the other breast or in another part of
sa in 7 chance that a woman will the oths breast or in another part of
s a 1 in 7 chance that a womanwill .
i 1 |1cj the same breast. This is different
iave invasive breast cancer during 1 from the first cancer coming back
her lifetime and a 1 in 33 chnace (recurrence)
(recurrence).
,hat a woman will die from the dis- RACE: White women are lightly
ease. RACE: White women are slightly
rease. more likely to get breast cancer than
Breast cancer death rates are
are African-Americahi women. But
going down. People in the medical professions, includ- are Africn-mericn women. t
ing Dr. Jes.si Furlo,, of Quincy whio h.b been in\ol\ed r iic. w ei iu. .ircikel die fro
ith cancer edition l d s e this cancer. Experts now believe that the main reason for
ith cancer education locally- and statewide -for more,-. ,* " - *
c to easier more, ,.this is because they have faster growing tumors. Asian,
than 20 years, attribute the decline to earlier detection H
S e t Hispanic, and American Indians have a lower risk of
nd improved treatment.
"The education of the public about the disease has, I getting breast cancer.
think, prompted women to get checkups and to check EARLIER ABNORMAL BREAST BIOPSY: Certain
types of abnormal biopsy results can be linked to a
-hemselves on a regular basis," Furlow said. She added ty of re can
slightly higher risk'of breast cancer. -
hat many women's organizations have made breast can- LI R RAD: W n wo
EARLIER BREAST RADIATION: Women who have
;er a priority. "These organizations have formed the R hv
era priority hese organizations have formed the had radiation treatment to the chest area earlier in life
rinds of initiatives that were needed to let women know
hat cancer is not an automatic death sentence," she said. have a greatly increased risk of breast cancer.
No one knows what causes breast cancer, but it is MENSTRUAL PERIODS: Women who begin having
tnown that certain risk factors are linked to the disease. periods early (before 12 years of age) or who went
through the change of life (menopause) after the age of
different cancers may have different risk factors. There thrgh the a htne of life (menopause) after te a
re some risk factors, such as smoking, that can be con- he ht nee ast c er
TREATMENT WITH DES: In the past, some pregnant
rolled. Others, like age or family history, cannot be con-
B. r f d women were given the drug diethylstilbestrol because it
rolled. But risk factors do not necessarily mean a
Sw g t was thought to lower their chances of losing the baby.
7oman will get the disease.
Recent studies have shown that these women have a
While all women are at risk for breast cancer, the fol- Recent studies have shown that these women have a
"wing factors can increase a woman's chances of get- sightly increased sk of getting breast cancer.





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ored and respected through the centrnes.
Today, midwifery continues to be both an
art and science." she said.
The institute has an intensive program
that require both classroom study and cliu-
cal experience in a vanerty of settings. Both
men and women are encouraged to con-
sider midwifery as a first career chioce or
as a professional career change.
Bowling said there are a lot of women
who don't want to have their babies in a
hospital. Graduates from the institute can
work in either hospitals or private practice.
"The good thing about the midwife is that
they care for the woman as long as needed.
It's not like the doctor who can just walk in
at the time of birth," she said.
The msutuie is also offering childbirth
education classes starting October 4 and
ending November 15. The classes will be
held each Tuesday from 1 to 3 p.m. Partici-
pants must be pregnant and be fluent in
English. Ten free scholarships are now
available for the class. For more informa-
tion on the midwife classes or on the child-
birth classes call 222-4966


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Appreciation time
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There willbe an appreciation for Rev.
Charlie Fryson, Jr. Saturday, Oct. 22 at
6:30 p.m. at
Greater .
Open Door ..
Church in
Gretna. Re\
Fryson is an
ordained j
elder under
the leader-
ship p of
Bishop MNtI-
vin Alls.
chief iand
founder of The Open Door Churches,
Inc.
Special guests are Rev. Melvin Craw-
ford. of Mt. Moriah MB Church of
Quincy, and the Class of 1997. Every-
one is cordially invited to attend.


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Rev. and Mrs. Riley
Ebony and Gold
Convocation at

Friendship A.M.E.
The annual Eva Sims Butler Ebony
and Gold Convocation will be held at 4
pm, on Sunday, Oct. 23, at Friendship
A.M.E. Church in Chattahoochee.
Guest speaker for this event will be the
Rev. Clifton Riley.
Rev. Clifton Riley was born and
'raised in Live Oak to Clifton and Clo-
tis Riley. He attended the public
schools of Suwanne County in Live
Oak. He graduated from the School of
Ministry in 1984 and for the 25 years
has been a preacher, teacher, evangel-
ist, pastor and builder.
He is married to Sister Sonja Riley,
who is also a minister of the gospel, for
33 years. They are the proud parents of
three sons, one daughter and two
grandchildren. He is the current pastor
of St. Hebron A.M.E. church of
Quincy.
Honored at the convocation will be
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Wilson.
Mrs. Carolyn Payne Wilson is the
daughter of the late George "Punchy"
Payne and Tarvie Bell Dickens Payne.
She was educated in the public schools
of Gadsden County and graduated
from Florida A & M University. She is
a retired educator.
Mr. Wilson was born to the late
Hosie Russ and Bernice Arline Wilson
Edwards in Chattahoochee. He has
been a member of Friendship A.M.E.
since birth and has held various offices


with the church.
Mrs. Wilson has been a-dedicated
member of Friendship A.M.E. since
1968. She has been a member of sev-
eral church organizations, and has held
various church offices. In 2001, she
received recognition for having been
an educator for 20 years.
The Wilsons are the parents of
Anglea L. Wilson Price and Shannon
D. Wilson Williams, and the grandpar-
ents of WideN. DeAmber, Evan, Des-
tini, Reggie and Deja.

Fifth Sunday Fellowship

The :Chnrsian MNethodisl. Episcoal
Chturcli' for zone one 6f the 'historic
Jacksonville/Orlando district will host.
its fifth Sunday fellowship at the Mt
Zion C.M.E. church with Rev. Teresa
McMillon, pastor. The special guest
preacher for this occasion is our new.
presiding elder, Rev. DonnellR. Jones.
The Women Missionary Society is in
charge and Rev. Darrell L. Rittman,
zone leader, is inviting everyone to
come and worship in this special event.
The program will start at 3:00 p.m. The
church is located at 821 W. 4th St.,
Quincy. 875-9609.

Carter-Parramore
Fellowship

Carter-Parramore class of 1968 fel-
lowship program will be on Sunday,
Oct. 30 at 3:00 p.m. New Salem Mis-
sionary Baptist Church, 1201
Springsax Rd, Tallahassee. For more
information please contact R. Davis
at 627-8641 or J. Sailor at 875-4383.

Centenary UMC
to dedicate piano
Centenary United Methodist Church
is planning a celebration to dedicate
the restored 1927 Mason-Hamlin
grand piano, a gift of Dr. and Mrs. Jim
Sand Betty Ann Rodgers in memory of
their family.
There will be a service of dedication'
during the Sunday morning worship
service, on Oct. 23 with a piano recital
that afternoon at 3 p.m. in the sanctu-
ary. There will be a reception, imme-
diately following the recital.
The dedicatory recital will feature Dr.
Read Gainsford, associate professor of
piano in the FS.U. School of Music.


Dr. Gainsford has performed widely
throughout the U. S., Europe, Aus-
tralia, New Zealand and South Africa
as a solo recitalist, concert soloist and
chamber musician.
He has made successful solo debuts
at the Wigmore Hall and Carnegie
Hall's Weill Recital Hall in New York
City. He has recorded for Amoris
Label, BBC Radio, New Zealand's
Concert Programme and has broadcast
on national television in New Zealand,
the U.K. and Yugoslavia.
The public is invited to attend this
celebration.

Choir Union .. .. '

Antioch.Missionary Baptist Church
will be the host church for Quincy
Choir Union II Sunday, Oct 23 at 2:45
p.m. The public is invted.

FountainHead A.M.E.
Youth Choir rehearsal Sat. Oct. 22,
12:00 noon.
Family and Friends Day is Sun.
Oct. 23, 4:00 p.m. Our guest will be
Rev. Blank and St. Mary C.M.E.
Church.
Church Carvival is Sat. Oct. 29,
9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon. Come andenjoy
a day of food, fun games and singing.
You may purchase your tickets atthe
carnival. We are also asking any
church choir that would like to sing
please free to come and be a part of this
event.
For more information please feel
free to contact Bro. Terrence Wood at
627-6003. Everyone is invited.

Friendship Primitive
Baptist Church

Christians in white program. Elder
Cedric D. Spradley and the Friendship
Baptist Church will be observing their
first annual Christians in white pro-
gram, Sunday, Oct. 23 at 3:00 p.m. The
public is cordially invited to come and
worship with them on this special day,
to praise God and give him all, the
glory. The church is located at 5775
Ben Bostick Rd. in the Friendship
Community.


More church news

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It's Time for a Change
Thank you, God, for the hope you create within us. And.for the
opportunities you place before us. We pray that our efforts will be useful in
your Kingdom-building right down here. Help us realize you, God, are still
in control; help us to realize God is at work all over the world which belongs
to Him. God is sending a message to the entire nation. He that have ears
let him hear what the spirit is saying to the churches. God is still a God of ,
love, mercy and compassion. The choice is ours. We make choices every
day. These choices bring results positive and negative. We must choose whether we will
cause our minds to dwell upon natural things of the world or spiritual things of God. There is
a difference. It's time for a change. Remember the words spoken to Solomon in 2nd
Chronicles 7:14, If my people which are called by my name shall humble themselves and pray,
and seek my face and tum from their wicked ways. Not the world-my people, where are they?
We are the vehicle for God's use. He said he would hear from Heaven and forgive their sins,
which is to blame. He also will heal the land. The call for universal prayer is needed. Acts
10:1-8. God told Cornelius, your prayers has been heard alms deed had gone up before God.
Comelius didn't profess being a Christian, but his prayer was heard and answered. It's time
for prayer. Daniel prayed three times a day under threat. His prayers were answered. We need
to start praying to God for help for the world. Moses did Exodus 32nd chapter when God would
have destroyed the nation of Israel out of the book. If you destroy all, blot my name out of the
book. If you destroy all the Egyptian will think you was not able to keep your promise to give
them the promised land. God changed his plan and who knows what will happen if we all pray
for a change. God is still a God of love and mercy, regardless of man's sin.
We need to turn uor heart, mind, soul and strength over to the Lord believing God's word. He
is and was, and will be there all the time. Lord save us all before it's too late. Give us ears to
hear and heed your call. These things are wake up calls. Its time for a change.
Humbly submitted,
Evangelist Florence M. Bradwell


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Church News


Greater Harvest
Ministries family night
Dr. Gerald Thomas, Sr. and Greater
Harvest Ministries invited the com-
rmunity to attend their Family Night
( Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. They are located at
230 E. Crawford St in Quincy. Min-
idtries in operation include teenager,
s ngles, couples and marriage, drug
and alcohol counseling, children
and 55 and older.
oor further information or details
cll the church at 850-875-1107, or
Marc Black at 850-575-4665 and
lave a message.

Rev. Harris at

Greater Tanner
SGreater Tanner on Oct. 23 at 8
aim. will be blessed to have with us
tIev. Douglas Harris, Sr. and the
Fourth Ministry of Beulah Hill Mis-
sionary Baptist Church. Please join
u at 1911 Martin Luther King Blvd.
As we end our pre-harvest worship
fthe month of October, but will
resume the month'of November.
Rev. E. Yates and the pre-harvest
committee thank you and God in
advance for the harvest.

Holy Ghost revival
dt Holiness Church
Poliness Church of Jesus Pente-
cbstal on Cleveland Street in
Quincy will hold revival Oct. 24-26
at 7 p.m. nightly.
Speaker is Elder Cassidy George.
Everyone is invited to worship with
them.

Home Mission Ministry
67th Anniversary
To know your works will be
judged should give us deep concern:
1ut if for Christ our works are done,
tmen they'll endure-not bur. Please
join the Second Elizabeth Mis-
s nary Baptist Church Home Mis-'
slon Ministry on Sunday, Oct. 23 at
3J p.m. as they celebrate their 67th
anniversary. The speaker for this
celebration will be Rev. Adolph
Noble from Bainbridge, GA.
',For more information. please con-
aci .CfiurIperson. SInter Rosa Mae.
Lpve. Deacon John Borden. Deacon
chairman.

1I Corinthians
Ministries
) Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday
sihool;l 1:00 a.m. Sunday worship
s~rice.
'VednesdaN s 7:30 p.m. praise and
jt' rship
Saturday 9:00 a.m. morning
glory
| Oct.19 7:30 p.m. II Corinthians
a4 Elizabeth C.O.G.I.C. W. H.
S Oct. 21 7:30 p:m. Apostle
Gopeland at Rosedale First Born
omen's Conference.
SOct. 23. 3.30 p.m. Apostle
dopeland at Zion House of Prayer,
Nashville, TN.
SOct. 25 7:30 p.m. Marriage Min-
, y igtry '
SOct. 26 7:30 p.m. I Corinthians
Greater Faith Christian Center,
tIastor Kenny Jackson.
SOct. 28 7:30 p.m. Free style Fri-
diy.at II Corinthians.
A Oct. 30 5:00 p.m. Apostle
Qopeland at Greater Harvest Min-
istries.
Fjor more information contact Patsy
I- enry, 875-4497 Mon,-Fri. 10:00
am.-3:30p.m.

Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist News
i Middle Florida-Georgia Primitive
iaptist Association will be held at
Philadelphia Primitive Baptist
Church in Tallahassee Oct. 17-22.
All members and friends are invited
to attend this great association.
Wednesday 7:00 p.m. bible study
afd youth teaching.
i Thursday 7:00 p.m. gospel mass
choir rehearsal.
SSunday 9:30 a.m. church school
Sunday 11:00 a.m. worship serv-
ice.


Monday and Tuesdays 12:00
nbon intercessary prayer.
SThe clothes closet is available for
those needing this service. Please
call 627-8442 for assistance.
i Love ye one another as I have
lved you. Let's follow this com-
rMandment.

Thanks for reading
The Gadsden
County Times


New Hope Life Center
to have fall festival
New Hope Life Center, Inc. will
sponsor a fall festival onMonday,
October 31, from 4:30p.m.-6:30p.m.
at New Hope M.B. Church.
The theme for this event will be
"Leaves of Radiant Scriptures".
There will be theme related games
and activities for the young and old
to enjoy. Refreshments and special
treats will also be provided.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public. Formore information
you may contact
bbethea@dcboe.com or Pastor, Rev.
Eddie York.


Bishop Marvin Alls


Pastor appreciation
The Open Door Church of Saw-
dust will hold an appreciation serv-
ice, "A Day for a King", for Bishop
Marvin Alls Sunday, Oct. 23 at 4
p.m.
Guest church is St. John AME with
Pastor Bryant. The event is spon-
sored by the Pastor's Aid Commit-
tee.

Peace MB HarvestFest

The Peace MB Church will spon-
sor its Annual HarvestFest on Oct.
31 from 7 to 10 p.m. on the church
grounds at 119 Maple Ave. in
Gretna.
All games and food are free. No
trick-or-treaters or costumes will be
alloed.on the premi.es. For addi-
[i1onal int..rl m ,li, ll. plc.ise contact
Evang. Kimierly B. CrewNs at s50-
627-0474.
The Mother's Board will be spon-
soring its Annual Prayer Breakfast
on Saturday, Nov,. 5 at 8:30 a.m.
Everyone is invited to attend. For
ticket information, please contact
Mother Harriet L. Bush at 850-856-
9018 or Mother Neria Bush at 850-
856-5821.
The Youth Department will be
sponsoring its Annual Pack-A-Pew
Celebration on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 11
a.m. Everyone is invited to attend.
The Pinebloom Missionary Baptist
Association's Youth Department
held its Annual Youth Pageant 'on
Saturday, Oct. 8 at Bear Creek
Bethel MB Church. Elder Earnest
Miller, pastor. Mt. Hosea MB
Church and St. jospeh MB Church
will carry the crown of the 2005-
2006 term.
The theme, was "Are You Listen-
ing?". Missionary Geraldine Harri-
son, youth director for St. mary MB
Church, guided the PMBA Praise
Team in praise and worship. Sis.
Nikitta Forbes, president of the
2006 senior class at Godby High
School, and member of Blessed
Hope MB Church, gave an informa-
tive message regarding the tragedies
of what's going on in and around
our community with our youth that
are signs that we are being spoken to
daily in the spiritual realm; we only
need to listen.
Sis. Suzanne McLeroy of St.
Matthew MB Church rendered a
poem encouraging us to open our
spiritual ears to what God is saying
to us through daily battles, strug-
gles, defeats and victories.
The services were closed by min-
ister Jackie Brown, associate minis-
ter of New Macedonia MB Church
with a message, Enough is Enough.

Judge Hawkins is

speaker at Youth

Day celebration
The Honorable Judge Judith
Hawkins will be the guest speaker
for the Youth Day Celebration at the
Springfield A.M.E. Church Sunday,
Oct. 23 at 11 a.m.
The anointed spiritual mime team
"Unspoken" will also render serv-
Sice. The public is cordailly invited.


Obituacrie

Polly Mae Allen

Polly Mae Allen, 74, of Quincy died on Saturday, October 8, 2005, at Tal-
lahassee. A native of Houston, GA. she was a homemaker and a member of
Faith Temple C.O.G.I.C..
Funeral services were 2 p.m. October 15 at Quincy Three Community
C.O.G.I.C with Elder Johnson officiating. She was interred at St. Mark
Cemetery. Betsey Funeral Home had charge of arrangements:
She is survived by her husband, Joe Lee Allen, Sr. of Quincy; seven sons,
Johnny C. Allen, Joe Lee Allen, Jr., Lou Gene Allen, Jack Allen, Mack
Allep, Larry Allen and Travis Allen all of Quincy; four daughters, Patricia
Williams, Josephine Boylon, Ruby Lee Wheeler, and Rose Mary Conyers of
Quincy; four sisters, Flossie Johson, Vera Wooden, Lula Farlin of Quincy
and Viola Hall of St. Petersburg; two brothers, James Harris of Rochester,
NY, Curtis Harris of Dothan, AL; thirty-three grandchildren; six stepzgrand-
children; and ten step-great grandchildren.


Josie Mae Baker

Josie Mae Baker, 81, of Quincy, died on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2005. A native
of Gadsden County, she was a member of St. Luke M.E. Church.
Funeral services are at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct 22, at St. Luke M.B.
Church in Greensboro with burial at Greensboro Community Cemetery.
Viewing will be from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, Oct 21 at Bradwell Mortu-
ary, who has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by five sons, John L. Baker, Emory Baker (Nita) and Eddie
Baker of Quincy, George Baker of Midway, Bobby Baker of Tampa; three
daughters, Azzie Northern (James) of Tampa, Polly Shorter of Quincy, Lela
Jones (Jimmie) of Havana; a sister, Lizzie Wright of Quincy; 48 grandchil-
dren; 28 great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren.

Lessie M. Bishop

Lessie M. Bishop,.72,,died Wednesday, October 12, 2005. She was a
native of Gadsden County and a lifelong resident of this area. She retired
from ihe Florida Department of Labor, Division of Unemployment Com-
.apensation.
A graveside service was held Friday at Concord Cemetery. Bevis Funeral'
,Home of Tallahassee had charge of ;.rraniements.
She is sur\ i\ ed b\ a son, Daniel \Williams of Talliahassee; a daughter. Deb-
bie Rericha of Tallahassee; a step-daughter, Beverly Dollar (Stan) of
SThomasville, GA; two 2randdaiughters: tiwo step-granddaughters; a grand-
son, Sean Daniel Williams of Tallahajsee: a sister, Sara Stephens of Con-
cord, three special friends, Eva and Charlie Sapp and Carolyn Abney, all of
Tallahassee; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death in 2000 by her husband, Frank Bishop.

Workforce Plus names board


Robert A. Routa, has been named
chairman of the Workforce Plus
board of directgors. Other officers
are Bill Colledge, vice chairman,,
Allen Freeland, secretary, Timothy
J. Meenan, treasurer, and Robert E.
Barkley, past chairman.
Members of the board, many of
whom are from Gadsden County,
Share Kcen Armstrong. Uniicjd. Way;.
Robert Barkley, BaikleS SecuiitiU
Agenc;:.. Lynn Blackji Si. MNaiks,
Powder; R.Hi Carter, Wakulla
Senior Citizens Center; Bill
College, Capital City Bank Group;
Martha Ann Crawford, ,Refuge
House (One-Stop Consortium);
Charles Cyrus, Capital City Cham-
ber of Commerce; Sue Dick, Talla-
hassee-Leon County Economic
Development Council;
Janey DuPont-Butler, DuPont
Trucking; Barb'Edwards, Comcast
Cablevision; Anthony Fedd, Engle-
hard; Allen Freeland, Wakulla


County Economic Development
Council; Dr. Jessie. Furlow, North
Florida Medical Center;
David Gardner, Gadsden County
Economic Development Council;
Lee Harvey, Lee Harvey Insurance
Agency; Reginald James, Gadsden
County School Board; Tim Jordan,
Ochlocknee Bay Realty;
S;Pamela' Kiser-Burch, Trin Ea~le
Sales.[i. ,illinim Law. Tallahassee
SCommnunity College: Maria Mead.
Keiser College; Timothy Meeran,.
Blank, Meenar, & Smith, P.A.;
David Miller, Wakulla County
School Board; Bill Montford, Leon
County School Board;
Orlando Rodriquez, Corrections
Corporation of 'America; Robert
SRouta, Robert A. Routa P.A.; Fred
Seamon, MGT of America; Mark
Stamps, Talquin Electric; Len Talia-
ferro, Sprint; Glenda thornton,
Foley & Lardner, Kim Tucker, CSG
Systems.


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tourney

trophy

DaRon S.
,B a r k e y .
attended the
Williamson's
Karate Tourna-
ment in Jacksonville, FL on Saturday, Sept.r 10 with a few members of
his Karate school, where he attends the After School Program. "Ron" is a
Yellow Belt, first degree, and fought in the Mites Division, ages 7-8. After
competing against another Yellow Belt, Ron defeated his opponent and
was awarded a 6 foot trophy for his hard work and dedication. This
'Champion Fighter' was accompanied on the trip hy his parents, Karisha
S. Williams and Rondez Barkley, as well as his baby sister, Kaidyn.


Trinity Deliverance &
Restoration Center
Pastor Vivian "Bonnie" Green and
congregation were in Holiday, Oct.
5-8 for our Regional North Florida
meeting with Pastor Donald Battles
of Divine Faith Ministries in Jones-
boro, Ga., World Harvest Churches'
Regional North Florida and South
Georgia Director. Pastor Bonnie has
been given the position of Area
Director over 40 pastors and
churches in North Florida, who are a
part of World Harvest Church Min-
isterial Fellowship.


Pastor Bonnie and congregation
attended the annual Raise the Stan-
dard Pastors' and Church Workers'
Conference Oct. 12-14 with Pastor
Rod Parsley in Columbus, OH.
On Wednesday, Oct. 12, Pastor
Parsley re-ordained and licensed her
during a private Ordination and
Impartation Service exclusively for
the membership of World Harvest
Church Ministerial Fellowship.
Regular services are Sunday at 10
a.m., Monday prayer at 7 p.m. and
Bible study every Wednesday night
at 7 p.m.' Feel free to attend.
The Center is located at 3 North
Madison St, Quincy, FL 32351. Pas-


Sylvia P. Booth
Sylvia P. Booth, 58, of Brooklyn, New York, formerly of Chattahoochee,
died Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005 following a illness.
The service will be at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22, 2005 at Greater Bethel
Baptist Church in Chattahoochee with burial at River Hill Cemetery. Craw-
ford and Moultry Funeral Home (850) 663-4224 has charge of arrange-
ments.
Survivors include three sisters, Dollye Daniels (Fred) of Brooklyn, NY;_
Junetta Doris (Kenneth) of Queens, NY and Tunisia Booth of Chatta-
hoochee; four brothers, Edward Booth (Celia) of Chattahoochee, John P.
Booth (Rosalie) of Lakewood, NJ, James Marcus Booth (Valerie) of Brook-
lyn, NY and Robert A. Booth (Bertha) of Atlanta, GA; two Aunts, Elizabeth
Rodgers of Apalachicola, Inez Booth of Quincy; and a host of nieces,
nephews, cousins and countless friends around the country.


Carl Edward Green
Carl Edward Green, 50, of Quincy, died on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005. He was
a native of Gadsden County.
Funeral services were at 3:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005 at Williams
Funeral Home with the Rev. Jerome Showers officiating. Burial was at Sui'
nyvale Cemetery. Williams Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife, Winnifred Green of Quincy; his motheR
Martha Gaymon of Quincy; three daughters, Tamika McMillion of Talla-
hassee,.Tamara Brooks and Danyell Green of Quiincy; five sisters, Alwilla
Green Merritt of Tampa, Sharon Gaymon of Atlanta, Joyce Home and_
Cheral Gaymon of Tallahassee; one brother, Donald Gaymon of Atlanta;
eight grandchildren.

L. J. Jackson
L. J. Jackson, 79, of Chattahoochee, died Thursday, Oct. 13 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital He was a lifelong resident of Chattahoochee, a pulpT-'
wood laborer and a member of Elizabeth A.M.E. church.
A private memorial service was held at Monday, Oct. 17 at Madry Memo-
rial Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Angus Jackson, HI officiated. Madry Memo-
rial Funeral Home had the arrangements.
Disposition will be private.
He is survived by a devoted family and friends.

Josie Mae Baker
Josie Mae Baker, 81, of Quincy, died on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2005. A native
of Gadsden County, she was a member of St. Luke M.E. Church.
Funeral services are at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct 22, at St. Luke M.B.
Church in Greensboro with burial at Greensboro Community Cemetery.
Viewing will be from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, Oct 21 at Bradwell Morti.!
ary, who has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by five sons, John L. Baker, Emory Baker (Nita) and Eddie
Baker of Quincy, George Baker of Midway, Bobby Baker of Tampa;'three
daughters, Azzie Northern (James) of Tampa, Polly Shorter of Quincy, Lela
Jones (Jimmie) of Havana; a sister, Lizzie Wright of Quincy; 48 grandchilr-
dren; 28 great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren.

Millie Jane Knight
SMillie Jane Knight, 85.of Quincy, died on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. A native
of Gadsden County she was a member of St. James A.M.E. Church,
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005 at St. James
A.M.E. Church with burial at Sunnyvale Cemetery. Viewing will be from 3
to 8:00 p.m.. Friday, Oct. 14 at Bradwell Mortury, who has charge of
arrangements.
She is survived by two daughters, Massie K. Brown of Quincy, Patricia
Mierez. Windsor, Ct; four sons, William Jackson, Hartford, Ct, Herbeft
Knight. .Ir and Therelle Knighi of Bloonfield. Ct., Anthonn Knight of
QuincN: an uncle; (Gus Jackson of Ha~anajn two.sisers in law\. larn K..
Roberts and Trudie M. MoRen of Quinc:."' .,-'. ,- ... -'

Edith Clements Shelfer,


Edith Clements Shelfer, 83, died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. She was a retired school teacher.
SGraveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Shelfer Cemetery in
Havana, Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the fam-
ily home. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Parkinson
Foundation, 1501 N.W. 9th Ave., Miami, FL. 33136. Faith Funeral Home in
Havana (850) 539-4300 or www.faithfuneralhome.com is handling arrange--
ments.
Survivors include a son, Randy Shelfer of Havana; a daughter, Suzanne S.
DeLongy of Winter Park; a sister, Nell Damell of Tallahassee; and tw6
grandchildren, Blair DeLongy and Brant DeLongy, both of Winter Park, FL.




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1h n For every kind and
thoughtful deed.
The families of:
SMr. Clyde Jones
Mr L.J. Jackson


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


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Magnolia House Art Auction
qn Tuesday, September 27, Magnolia House hosted a "Family Night' for relatives and friends. A wonderful
meal was enjoyed by 135 people. The residents, with lots of help from Volunteer Faye Dawkins, had com-
pleted puzzles and framed them for our art auction. The residents were well pleased with the thousand dol-
lars they raised for activities.A big thank you to Faye Dawkins, Cal Cooksey, and Carrie Lester for a great
success.


Tallavana

fall festival

Oct. 28
-'Tallavana Christian School will
hold its annual Fall Festival on Fri-
'day Oct. 28 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
:th school. This years theme will be
"Letting Your -Light Shine for
e'sus".
*Seniors will be selling lunch tick-
ets for adult BBQ plates 'A ih colei
slaw','b'akid bean,. bread, and a
'dessert for $6'or kids Hotdog plate'
'With cole slaiw,baked beans, and a
dessert for $4.
'The seniors will be.delivering the
lunch plates during lunch time on
that Friday. They will also be selling
dinner tickets for the night of the
Fall Festival..
"'-For tickets, call the school office
Sitr 539-5300. Proceeds from the
hluch and dinner will go toward the
Seniors' Mission trip to Costa Rica.
'Come and enjoy the games, moon-
walk, dunking booth, country store
with arts and crafts, homemade
gdodies, baked goods, a lot of dif-
fTrent and unique booths for the'
kids and the adults, Gospel music,
and a silent auction. A small dona-
tion is requested for the Gospel
nyisic booth. All proceeds from the
Auction and the Gospel music booth
will go towards new computers for
* educational purposes.


Ja'Riyah is one
Ja'Riyah Alls will celebrate her
first birthday on October 27. She is
the daughter of Montrieal Alls and
Jarvis Alls. Her maternal grandpar-
ents are Gloria Cladd and Spencer
Jones, maternal great-grandparents
are the late Shellie Mae Cladd and
the late Mincie Cladd; paternal
grandparents are Marva Alls and
Steve Safford. Paternal great-grand-
parents are Marvin Alls and Dollie
Alls.
Ja'Riyah will celebrate with a party
Saturday, Oct. 22 ,at Burmah
Heights Park at 3 p.m. with Tiger
Tales, BJ the Clown, balloon tricks,
food, prizes and fun music. Family
ard friends are cordially invited to
attend.


Quincy Garden Clu gets FFGC Award
Quincy Garden Club President Rache'l Layerd and Vice President Ann
Munroe attended the Di'Lrict III Fall Meeting of the Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs in Madison, Florida on Oct. 7. The Quincy Garden Club is
one of ten garden clubs in District III that spans from Quincy to Live Oak.
At the meeting, the Quincy Garden Club received an Angel Award for the
club's civic projects. These projects include planting annuals at the Gadsden
County Courthouse and Dick Howser Center, garden therapy at the Magno-
lia House Assisted Living Facility, and junior gardening activities at local
area schools.
The club was also recognized for its fundraising projects their annual
pileau in January, and theatre dinners prior to various Quincy Music The-
atre shows. The Quincy Garden Club was founded in 1948 and federated
with FFGC in 1949.


Bulletin Board

Shanks Class of 1977
The James A. Shanks class wof
1977 invites the public to a benefit
program for class president James
Alvin Wells. This service will be on
Sunday, Oct. 30, 4:00 p.m. at Mt.
Zion, Primitive Baptist Church in
Quincy. The speaker for this occa-
sion will be Minister Daniel Wells.
For further information, please
contact program chair Geraldine
Smith-Harrison at 627-2260 or
Ruby'Smith-Ellison at 827-2434.

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Are you having IRS problems?
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offers free legal assistance to eligi-
ble clients. Free tax clinics will be
,held from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
the first. Thursday of each month at
121 North Jackson Street, Quincy.
No appointments are necessary.
It is important that you bring all let-
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your tax issues. For more informa-
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Maclay Gardens,
astronomy club
host 'stargaze'

Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State
Park and the Tallahassee Astronom-
ical Club are hosting another excit-
ing stargaze. Spend a delightful
evening in the park enjoying the
celestial show above. The Tallahas-
see Astronomical Club will present
an informative slide show and pro-
vide an assortment of telescopes to
view the heavens throughout the
event. The program will take place
on Friday, Oct. 28, from 7-9 p.m.
Bring the entire family to enjoy
the starry night, program and fun
time of sharing. Bring a blanket and
your senses to take in the show.
There will be Halloween surprises
for the kids. Maclay Gardens is
located approximately a half mile
north of 1-10, just off Thomasville
Road, on Maclay Road in Tallahas-
see. The program is free, but dona-
tions are always welcome. For more
information contact the Ranger Sta-
tion at (850) 487-4556.


Jeremy Romeiko


Romeiko


races


robots

Jeremy R. Romeiko, a.1999 grad-
uate of RF Munroe, participated in
DARPA's Grand Challenge Robot
Race on Saturday, Oct. 8, in Primm,
NV. Romeiko is a member of
Carnegie Mellon's Red Team Robot
Racing based in Pittsburgh, PA.
The team was one of 195 total
entrants from 36 states, and five
countries vying for 20 spots on race
day. In the end, Red Team's Hum-
mers, Sandstorm and Highlander,
finished in second and third place.
SaiidstorLm placed second with a
race time of 7 hours 4 minutes. 11
minutes behind SItanfoLd'. \olksv a-
gen Touareg, Stanley.
Only five robot vehicles finished
the 131 mile Grand Challenge
through the Mojave Desert.
Some of the technology developed
for the competition will translate
directly into commercial 'products,
but most will be used by the
Defense Advanced Research Pro-
ject Agency. The Pentagon's expec-
tations are that a third of its vehicles
be autonomous by 2015.
Romeiko is currently a senior at
the University of Pittsburgh in elec-
trical engineering.
He was the president of the Robot-
ics Club at PITT for three years and
has worked for the Robot Institute
for the past six years in Pittsburgh..
He is currently working with the
Modular Serpentine Robot Project
at Howie Choset's Biorobotics Lab,
and continuing further work with
Red Team on a lunar rover in search
of ice on the poles of the moon.
Romeiko is a 1998 Eagle Scout of
Troop 201 in Quincy.


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The old Greensboro Hotel, circa 1912.


Historical
Continued from Page 1
clearing house of'Information for
people visiting the area. "We want
visitors to know about our histori-
cal sites," she said, referring to
such places as Pine Bloom Mis-
sionary Baptist Church, Shepard's
Mill, and Aspalaga.
Poucher said that with the ele-
mentary school moving into town
soon, plans were to bring the stu-
dents in and help them learn about
the history of West Gadsden
County and for them to see first
hand what it was like here in the
past.
The society now has about 70
members from not only the western
part of Gadsden County, but other
areas as well, Poucher said.
The non-profit society was able
to save the Dezell House in down-
town Greensboro from the auction
blocks thanks to donations from
some concerned citizens. They are
now in the process of remodeling
the nearly 94-year-old historical
home.
"We have a lot of work to do on
the house," Poucher said.
The Dezell house was built in
about 1912 by James A. Dezell.
Dezell was the first mayor of
Greensboro, before it was incorpo-
rated in 1911, Poucher said. He was
elected in August of 1908. Dezell
:was also a builder and built the
nG s'rii L _...> H t-'il iii a \u i .c l. .
da\ s of the 1900s. It burned down
in 19Ss.
; The Dezell family had ties to
Quincy as well and owned a furni-
ture factory near where Kentucky
Fried Chicken is located today. The
factory was later sold to the Higdon
family.
The historical value of the Dezell
IHouse is tied directly to the growth
and settling of the west Gadsden
area.
Greensboro grew up around the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad
that ran from River Junction near
Chattahoochee to Apalachicola and
on to Port Saint Joe. The track,
built in 1907, tied the area to the
'Seaboard Line and to Florida's *
Gulf Coast and was a vital com-
mercial link for Western Gadsden
county to the outside world.
Now the train that once ran two
or three times a day only makes the
trek a few times a week. All that is
left of the heyday of Greensboro's
railroad days are a couple of old
store buildings downtown and the
old depot (formerly Clark's Barber
Shop). The old depot building lies
within the boundaries of Progress
Energy's power line through
Greensboro, something the society
is monitoring very closely, Poucher
said.
"We wanted to preserve this
house, because over the years many
of the older homes in Greensboro
have burned," board member Patri-
cia Fletcher Vice said.
A drive around Greensboro, Vice
said, would reveal a number of
vacant lots where some of the older
homes once stood.
Board member Buddy Pitts added
that since many of the old homes
depended on fireplaces to heat it
was not uncommon that one of the
old homes would catch fire and
burn. "Fireplaces and old wiring
took its toll on many of the older
homes in Greensboro."
Saving the old home has other
benefits, board member John
Canetta said. The Dezell house has
a lot of architectural style from the
early years of Greensboro, Canetta
said as he pointed to a skylight in
the center of the house that has
recently been cleaned.
The skylight receives its light
from the four open ends of the roof


will tell you, to better understand
the area and its many diversified
people.
If you would like more informa-
tion or would like to help the West
Gadsden Historical Society, contact
Poucher at 850-442-6434.


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BY ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The annual "Speakout Against
Domestic Violence" will be held
today on the west lawn of the court-
house square at 5:30 p.m. The event
is held to remember the families and
victims of domestic violence and to
promote awareness of the problem.
Following the program a symbolic
candlelight walk around the court-
house will be held.
"It is extremely important that
people come out to show support for
the families and victims of domestic


violence. The people in our commu-
nity who are affected by this horri-
ble crime need to know that they are
not alone," said Carell Jones,
Gadsden County's Refuge House
coordinator.
SThe Refuge House is a safe shelter
for women and children who are
victims of domestic violence that
serves Gadsden and seven other
counties in the Big Bend.
"The number of people attending
the speakout in the past has grown
steadily, we hope this year will be
our best ever," Jones said.


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Sheriff's arrest

report
Oct. 17, 2005
William Ash-VOP/lewd & lasciv-
ious molestion; Sauda Henty-
VOP/sale of cocaine and possession
of cocaine: Weldon Johnson-aggra-
vated assault w/a firearm, grand
theft auto, possession of a firearm
by convicted felon; Timothy
Williams-possession w/intent ,to
distribute; Jennie Knight-
FTA/PWBC; Henry Dean-burglary
of a conveyance and petit theft;
Robert Granger-grand theft autO;
Antonio Wimes-aggravated battered;
William Maxwell-PWBC 2 counts;
Earnestine Parker-aggravated bat-
tery w/ deadly weapon; Rhonda
Clark-PWBC; Bobby Allred-traf-
ficking in MDMA & possession


marijuana.

something to bring back home. I was charged up and
ready to take on the world after the first one. The tirni-
ing just wasn't right for this one," he said.
During the Million Man March. the message was


of New Orleans," he said. "For five days, the govern- strictly for black men..In fact, whites, women and
ment did not act. Lives were lost. We charge America other minorities were not invited. Farrakhan said he "
with criminal neglect,".Farrakhan said. wanted to talk to black men. The agenda and the mes_
While there has been no official count released, Russ sage was the same: take careof yourselves, your
estimated the crowd, to be around 2 million. "It seemed women, and your children. He urged the men to go
that we were in a smaller place this time, people were back home and take back their neighborhoods from th'e
shoulder to shoulder, hardly anywhere to even turn criminals and dug dealers.
around," criminals and drug dealers.
around," he said. Ten years has not dampened Russ' desire to do
Nevertheless, Russ said the Million Man March of something good in theblack community. "Sometimes
1995 was good for black America. .. people take me
"We left there with a purpose and 1 as a bull, butathe
a mindset to come back home and African-Ame -
make our community better. We cn comm
wanted 'to make a difference, we has to learn to
wanted to make changes," he do for ourselves.
said. ,,- We have to ldoo
Emanuel Sapp, who organized out for our oWmi
the 1995 trip, agreed with Russ community. e
that the trip was worth the ride. polticans ar
politicians are-
"Everybody who went on that trip not doing their
came back and exceeded the level jobs. It's tim&
of expectations except one and he out for politi-
became ill. There was a lot of
good that came out of the 1995 cians disrespe g-
ing and talking
march that we benefited from," he ing and talking
said. down to them.
said.
Sapp did not organize a trip this As concerned, other
year for several reasons. "It was is no more black
financial. There is no way we andno more
could have gotten the same thing. white it's abo
We weren't able to afford it trght he said.
because the rooms were $103 a Russ is the
night. Plus, with the hurricanes, - ~ fii k idi i..
the war, I feel it just wasn't the .-_. that he did stile
right time," he said. things in thepat
Deputy Rodney Moore said hie Photo by Alice DuPont that he now. ,
felt the men who took the.trip Glendell Russ reviews his two trips to the Million Man
learned a lot and brought it back to March, 10 years apart.
apologized to ,
the community. "The main thing is
the y community. "The main thing is those people. I have called them to say that I'm sorry,
that they decided to help these kids. Men need to be Now, I have a calling to help people, if it's just one ,
able to show kids the right thing to do. Yes, a lot of family at a time," he said
family at a time," he said.
good came out of the march and we were able to capi- Ironically, it wasn't the first march that brought Russ
talize on it. What I liked most about the march is that it
to this decision to help others. "It was time. I lookedat
wasn't about race as some people tried to make it, it our community and decided that it's time for the blacIk
was about empowering ourselves and in our own com- community to stop asking for handouts. Let's start
munity. It didn't have anything to do with any other
somewhere. I'm.going to start a foundation where peo-
race of people,"i he said. ple can come and get help without all of the red tape,,"
.Gretna's Public Works Director, Charles Hayes, said he said.
he watched a little of the Million More March on tele-
vison Saturday but he didn't get enthusiastic about it.or
C show than substance, a part of the original message got
"I guess I just didn't connect with the agenda this time. through to some.
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Photo by Alice DuPont
School Wellness Coordinator Sherrie Taylor hands health index forms to DOE representative Carol Vickers.

G-WATCH teams schools, health professionals


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
Children can't learn if they are hungry or malnour-
ished. A breakfast of candy is not the way to start the
-day.
Some people in Gadsden County want to turn that
around. A new initiative called G-WATCH, or Gadsden
County Wellness Approach To Community Health; will
address and coordinate school health issues that pro-
mote healthy nutrition and physical activity. The G-
WATCH committee is made up of health professionals
and school personnel.
The initiative is made possible through a grant from
tthe Florida Department of Education. All 12 Gadsden
,County schools were selected as recipients of the Part-
hers Project Award.
"Each school will receive $2,000.each year for the
next three years," said Sherrie Taylor, district consult-
ant. She will be the liaison for all county schools,as well
as the district. Taylor'is repsonsible for keeping track of
which schools have completed the School Health Index.
I Thursday afternoon Taylor presented the surveys to
Department of Education representative Carol Vickers.
Taylor praised school district principals for on-time
completion of the document which she calledtime con-
suming and difficult.
The index will also help the school district in another
way. At the beginning of the 2006 school term, federal
law will require every school district to have a wellness
policy. The policy is to outline what steps are planned to
offer healthy lifestyles for students and teachers.
. The G-WATCH will help the school district develop


that policy because the surveys used to create the policy
have been completed and are contained within the
index.
"Our first goal is to take the soda machines out (of the
schools) and put in juice and water machines. We are
going to replace Snickers with nutri-grain bars," Taylor
said. Lessie M. Jackson, food services consultant' with.
the school district, said healthier choices are already in
schools and more are anticipated.
In a draft of how the plan will be carried out, Taylor
said there are eight goals with strategies on how to
accomplish each. "The document is comprehensive, but
it is still a draft, that means that nothing is written in
stone so if you see something you want to change, let's
do it," she told the committee of volunteers who met
with her Thursday afternoon.
Taylor said that she is encouraging all schools to look
at not only students, but teachers. "You walk into a
school and some of the teachers are already walking
around with their heads down, they're burnt out and it's
only October," she said.
he shared a handout with suggestions that could help
in establishing a healthy lifestyle and are fun as well.
"A lot of people won't go to the gym, and they aren't
going out on the track, but all of us can dance," she said.
Some of the suggestions offered include: after school
jazzercise, fruit tasting Friday, snack recipe books
developed by students, faculty-students basketball
games, family wellness fairs, walking clubs, walking
trails around the school and more.
The hope is that G-WATCH will carry over from the
school to home.


Flu shots

Nov. 21 at

health dept.

in Quincy


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

If you haven't had your flu shot
this year, draw a big red circle
around Monday, November 21.
That's the day the county health
department will be giving flu
shots at the clinic in Quincy.
Two previous dates, Oct. 24, and
Nov. 7, are both booked. In
Havana the Nov. 1 date for immu-
nizations is also been booked up.
Another date will be set for the
Havana Clinic in the coming
weeks. To receive the immuniza-
tion, you must call the health
department at 875-7200, ext. 301.
No walk-ins will be accepted.
The cost per immunization is
$10. If you have Medicare Part B,
the cost will be covered. The
health department advises that
individuals must bring the.
Medicare Part B card with them
since no other forms of insurance
will be accepted. Shots for chil-
dren under 18 are free.
In accordance with the recom-
mendations from the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC) the fol-
lowing people should be immu-,
nized:
Anyone over- 65 years old
Anyone with long-trm health
problems
Anyone living with or caring
for one or more children less than
six months old
Children 2 to 23 months old
Children with,a long-term
medical condition.


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According to United States census
numbers, more than 37 million peo-
ple live at or below poverty level.
While more than 95 percent of
American households have tele-
phone service, there are millions
who simply cannot afford having a
telephone in their homes.
With help from the federal gov-
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programs, Lifeline and Link Up,
TDS Telecom is committed to help-
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"Lifeline and Link Up are designed
to ensure that everyone in the coun-
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president of customer operations for
TDS Telecom. "Phone service is not
only a convenience, but a necessity.
It's a link to emergency services, the
way we look for jobs, and the way
we stay in touch with family and
friends," added Pandow.
According to the Federal Com-
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the Lifeline program provides dis-
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Depending on the state, customers
could see a discount of $10.00 or
more,per month. The Link Up pro-
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discounts for the monthly service.
"The importance of having a tele-
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Pandow. "People without tele-
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The National Exchange Carriers
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-ratio of households using the Life-
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The City of Quincy Planning
and Development Review Board
(PDRB) will meet on
Thursday, October 27, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. not on
Thursday, October 20, 2005
The meeting will be held
in the City Commission's
Chambers at City Hall.
The agenda includes the
following items:
Appeal of a decision regarding
the non-conforming use at
324 North Madison Street.
Please contact the Building and
Planning Department at (850)
627-7681 ext. 226 with any
questions or comments.
If you have a disability requiring
accommodations, please contact the
Quincy Building and Planning
Department at least three (3) work-
Sing days prior to the hearing. To
access a Telecommunications
Device for Deaf Persons (TDD)
please call (850) 875-7310.
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Anniversary Sale


Honorable Brenda Holt, Chairperson
Board of County Commissioners, District 4
Honorable Sterling L. Watson
Board of County Commissioners, District 2


Honorable Derrick Price
Board of County Commissioners, District 3
Honorable Eric Hinson
School Board Member, District 1


Mr. Johnnie House, Jr. and Mr. Johnny House III of
Tallahassee Auto Brokers.
Mr. Johnnie House, Jr. is Owner and President.
He has 37 years of experience in the car industry.,
Mr. Johnny House III is Tallahassee Auto Brokers'
Sales Director/Finance Director. .


Honorable Roger Melton
School Board Member, District 1

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render
decisions relating to ad valorem tax assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals,
and classifications.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES .
THIS YEAR'S ACTIONS BY THE BOARD


Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
Number of Number of Total Number Reduction in
Type Exemption Total Number Assessments of Requests Taxable Value Shift in Tax
Of Requests of Exemption d b for t Brd r
Property Granted by Requests Redued by Assessment toBoard Dollars
the Board the Board Reductions Action
Residential 0 0 0 0 0 0



Commercial 0 0 0 0 0 0


Industrial and
0 0 0 0 0 0
Miscellaneous


Agricultural or 0 0 0 0 0
Classified Use


Business
Machinery and 0 0 0 1 0 0
Equipment


Vacant Lots
0 0 0 0 0 0
and Acreage
TOTALS 0 0 0 .1 0 0

ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE TAXABLE
VALUE CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE PROPORTIONALLY HIGHER.

Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the
chairperson or the clerk at the following telephone numbers:
Brenda Holt, Chairperson 850-875-8656
Nicholas Thomas, Clerk 850-875-8601 ext. 255 10-20c


TAX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
GADSDEN COUNTY, FL for FY 2005/2006
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD


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Gadsden County Times October 20, 2005 11


Photo by Alice DuPont

Melissa Hardin, Florida PTA parent involvement chairperson, addressed attendees Friday night.


PTA
Continued from Page 2
*Communicating-communication
between home and school is regular,
two-way and meaningful.
S *Parenting-parenting skills are
promotedd and supported.
*Student Learning-parents play an
integral role in assisting student
learning.
*Volunteering-parents are wel-
come in the school, and their sport
and assistance are sought.
*School Decision Making and
Advocacy-parents are full partners
in the decisions that affect children
and. families.
*Collaborating with the Commu-
nity-community resources are used
to strenghten schools, families, and
student learning.
Traeger said many parents cannot
come. to the school for visits or to
volunteer. There are, Traeger said,
other things parents can do to get
involved. "Parents can help by get-
ting them' (school children) ready
and to the bus on time, or ask them
what happened at school today, put-
ting a picture they colored or drew
on. the refrigerator. All of these
things say to the child that you care
about them and what they are
doing." Treager said.
The role of the parents in the
'child's life is critical since they are,
the first and most influential teacher
a child will ever have. Parents are
not necessarily the birth parents.,
"Parent refers to those people \ho.



Notice of
City of Midway
City Council Meeting

Notice is hereby given to all
concerned that on October 27, 2005
at 7:00 p.m. at the Midway City
Hall, Midway, Florida 32343,
The Midway City Council will
meet and hear the following. .
Application:

1. Dustin Koonce-Taylor Ridge
Conceptual Review.

Interested parties may inspect
the application at the Midway
'City Hall or appear at the
meeting to become informed or
:to be heard withthe respect to
the proposed developments.
For more information, please
contact Midway City Hall for
more information 574-2355.
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MEETING NOTICE

The City of Quincy
Historic Preservation
Commission (QHPC)
will meet on
Monday, October 24, 2005
at 5:15 p.m. in the
City Commission's
Chambers at City Hall.
The agenda includes the
following items: '..
(1) Appeal of the denial of a sign
permit application at 108 North
Adams Street and
(2) Certificate of
Appropriateness Request at
206 North Love Street.
Please contact the Building and
Planning Department at (850) 627-
7681 ext. 226 with any questions or
comments.
If you have a disability requiring
accommodations, please contact the
Quincy Building and Planning
Department at least three (3) working
days prior to the hearing. To access a
Telecommunications Device for Deaf
Persons (TDD) please call (850) 875-
7310.
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are raising a child and supporting his
or her education. That can be aunts,
uncles, godparents, church family
and others. You have to be involved
and stay involved in children's
lives," she said.
Her own child thought she was
going to lose interest when he
became a teenager. "I was there so
much, he thought I was everywhere.
Even when I wasn't there he thought
someone would be there who knew
me, and that's what you have to do,"
she told parents.
Cedric Cruse, the PTA marketing
director, said he became involved
with the organization h hen his three
daughters were in school. "PTA pro-
vides the parent with a better under-
standing of' their children and
improves the relationship between
the parents, the child, and the
teacher. A teacher who knows the
parents are more likely to pick up
the phone and in\ olive [the parents in
the process," he said.
Melissa Hardin, Florida PTA Par-
ent In\oi'venment Cha.rperson, said
involvement .comes in a number of
ways'. "There are so many ways for
parents to communicate with the
teachers, through e-mail, voice mail,
phone calls, and some schools have,
homework for the week posted on
the internet," she said.
Rita Carter,, school psychologist,
attended the meeting not as a district
employ yee but to represent her
church and to learn how the church
could help" prorimote PTA.
I atnaT) ^ pu> IAoIilt

, Claryts Bail
Bond Agency

850.627.3.111


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANS1HT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
The Planning Commission 'will
hear an application for" a large
scale land use amendment known
as the Saranac Vineyards
Amendment (C;PA-2005-19).. he
applicant proposes to amend the .
Comprlehensire Plan.. Future
Land Use Map by changing
384.07 acres from Agriculture 3
(1:20.) to Agriculture 1 (1:5). The
property is further described by
parcel numbers 2-18-3N-2W-
0000-00320-0000; 2-19-3N-2W-
0000-00120-0000; 2-19-3N-2W-
0000-00320-0000; 2-19-3N-2 W-
00 00-00231-0100;'and 2-1i8-3N-.
2W-0000-00340-0000 and is
located east of Point Milligan
Road (CR 161)and Jessica Lane,
south 'of Salem Road (CR 159)
and north east of Chaff Chason
Road. The meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the Commission
meeting room. Persons wishing
to review the files on the above
project may come to the Planning
Department at 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850)
875-8663 for more information.
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NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING -
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
013(B)AD)
The Planning Commission will hear
a request to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future Land
Use Map by changing a 30.14 acre
parcelfrom Agricultural 3 (1:20) to
Agricultural 2. (1:10) .further
described by parcel number 3-31-
2N-SW-0000-00221-0000 and is
located north of Bristol Highway
(SR 12) and Kever Lane. The,
meeting will be held Wednesday,
November 2, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Commission meeting room.
Persons wishing to review the files
on the above project may come to
the Planning Department at IB East
Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL, or call
(850) 875-8663 for more
information. 1 0-20c'


more about the organization," said
Martha Beavers.
"More than 35 years of research in
communities throughout the United
States has shown that strong parent
and family involvement is the best
predictor of student success.
When parents are involved in
their children's education, students
do better in school regardless of race
or socioeconomic status. Your pres-
ence here demonstrates your coam-
mitment to your children and their
future," said Nancy Cox, president
of the Florida PTA.

Peanut, cotton
subsidy payments
due soon
Peanut and cotton farmers will
soon be receiving 2004-crop
counter-cyclical payments of $81
per short ton for peanuts and 13.73-
cents-per-pound for upland cotton.
The final weighted a\ erage mar-
keting year price for 2004-crop
peanuts, which was announced on
Aug. 31, 2005; is $378 per short ton,
$23 higher than the $355 loan rate.
The payment rate for upland cotton
is at its maximum level duie to low
market prices that have ': eraged
well below the 52-cents-per-pound
loan rate during the marketing year.


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
The Planning Commission will,
eate an application for a large
scale land use amendment known
i as the River Oak Plantation
Amendment (CPA-2005-22). The
applicant proposes to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future
Land Use Map by changing 823
acres from Agriculture 3 to
Mixed Use, Agriculture 2, Rural
Residential, and' Conservation.
The property is further described
by parcel number 3-22-2N-3 W-
0000-00410-0000 and is located
south of Havana Highway (SR
12), Littman Road and Aston
Court,, north i of Blue Star
Highway (US 90), east ofSelman
Road, and south and west of
Quincy Creek. The meeting will
be held Wednesday, November
2, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Commission meeting room.
Persons wishing to review the
files on the; above project may
come to the Planning Department
at lB East Jefferson Street,
QuincY, F;, or call (850) 875-
8663 for more information. 10-20c


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
013(C)AD)
The Planning Commission will hear
a request to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future Land
Use Map by changing seven parcels
totalling 7.13 acres from
Agricultural 2 (1:10) to Rural
Residential (1:1) further described
by parcel numbers 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0010; 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0020; 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0030; 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0040; 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0050; 2-10-3N-4W-
[9830-00000-0060; 2-10-3N-4W-
9830-00000-0070 and is located
north of Hutchinson Ferry Road
(CR 272) and northeast of Rod
,Shaw Road. The meeting will be
held Wednesday, November 2,
2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Commission meeting room.
Persons wishing to review the files
on the above project may come to
the Planning Department at 1B East
Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL, or call
(850) 875-8663 for more
information. 10-20c


Passports available at
local post office

Need a passport? The post office
can help. The US Department of
State has authorized many Florida
post offices to assist you with the
process. Many locations even have
equipment to take the required
photo.
In order to apply you will need
Department of State form DS-11,
Application for Passport; proof of
identity (not a social security card); i
proof of US citizenship (certified
birth certificate or previous pass-
port); two passport photos; your

NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
The Planning Commission will
hear an application for a large
scale land use amendment known
as the Suber Family Trust
Amendment (CPA-2005-21). The
applicant proposes to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future
Land Use Map by changing 362
acres from Agriculture 3 Rural
Residential and Conservation.
The property is further described
by parcel number 3-25-2N-3W-
0000-00300-0000 and is located
south of Blue Star Highway
(US 90), north east of Reeves
Lane, north of Interstate 10,
and east of the Little River.
The meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the Commission
meeting room. Persons wishing
to review the files on the above
project may come to the Planning
Department at 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850)
875-8663 for more information.
10-20c


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
The Planning Commission will
hear an application for a large
scale land use amendment known
as the Thompson Amendment
(CPA-2005-20). The applicant,
proposes to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future
Land Use Map by changing 203
acres from Agriculture 2 to
Urban Service Area. The
.-.property-isfurther described by
parcel number 3-15-2N-IW-
0000-00211-0100 anid'is located
.south of the CSX Railroad, west
ofBostick Road (CR 274), and
north and east of Harbin Road.
The meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the Coimmission'
meeting room. Persons, wishing
to review the files on the above
project may come to the Planning
Department at 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850)
875-8663 for more information.
10-20c


social security number; and plenty
of time to complete the process.
Apply several months before you
plan to travel, or if you don't have
any specific travel plans or are wait-
ing to find a bargain trip don't wait
to obtain your passport.



Color Copies
as low as 390



NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING -
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
013(D)AD)
The Planning Commission will
hear a request to amend the
Comprehensive Plan, Future Land
Use Map by changing several
parcels totaling 52.25 acres from
Agricultural 2 (1:10) to Rural
Residential (1:1) further described
by parcel numbers 3-06-2N-4W-
0880-00000-0040; 3-06-2N-4W-


0880-00000-0030;
0000-00110-0400;
0000-00143-1000;
0000-00143-0500;
0000-00143-2000;
0000-00143-0100;
0000-00143-1800;
0000-00143-1700;
0000-00143-0200;
0000-00143-0400;
0000-00142-2500;
0000-00142-2000;
0000-00142-1500;
0000-00142-1200;
0000-00142-0100;
0000-00141-0200;
0000-00141-0400;
0000-00141-0100;
0000-00141-1000;
0000-00141-0300;
0880-00000-0010;
0880-00000-0020;
0000-00110-0300;
0880-00000-0050;
0880-00000-0060;
0880-00000-0070;
0880-00000-0090;
0880-00000-0100;
0000-00142-1000;
0000-00144-2500;
0000-00144-2000;
0000-00143-1500;


3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4W-
3-06-2N-4\\-


0000-00143-0300: 3-06-2N-4W-
0880-00000-0080; 3-06-2N-4W-
00000000141-2000: 3-06-2N-4W-
0000-00141-3000 and is located
west of Dewey Johnson Road (CR
65A) and the Gretna City Limit,
north of Greensboro Highway (SR
12) and south of Bassett Road (CR
279). The meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at
6:00 p.m. in the Commission
meeting room. Persons \\ fishing to
review the files on the .above
project may come to the Planning
Department at IB East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850)
875-8663 for more information.


NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
The Planning Commission will
hear an application for a large
scale land use amendment known.
as the Mortham-Shaw'
Amendment (CPA-2005-18). The',
applicant proposes to amend the,
Comprehensive Plan, Future
Land Use Map by changing:
309.92 acres from Agriculture 21
and Agriculture 3 to Rural'
Residential The property is,
further described by parcel:
numbers 2-27-3N-4W-0000-,-
00400-0000; 2-34-3N-4W-0000C
00100-0000; and 2-34-3N-4Ft
0000-00130-0000 and is located
on the north and south sides "of
Solomon Dairy Road (CR 370-9-
A), east of Glory Road and west-
of Luten Road (CR 270-A). Thte'
meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
at 6:00 p.m. in the Commissidor
meeting room. Persons wishing
to review the files on the above'
project may come to the Planning
Department at 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL, or call (850).
875-8663for more information.
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NOTICE OF INTENT
TO TRANSMIT LAND
USE AMENDMENT
PUBLIC HEARING -
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT (CPA-2005-
013(A)AD)
ThePlanning Commission will hear,
a request to amend the,
Comprehensive Plan, Future Land
Use Map by changing several'
parcels totaling 25.93 acres from
LightIndustrial to RuralResidential
(1:1) and one parcel totaling 16.98g
acres. from Rural Residential to'
Light Industrial. The properties are
further described byparcel numbers
3-22-2N-3W-0000-00333-0100; 3.
22-2N-3W-000034-00334-0000; 3-22. -
2N-3W-0000-00331-0500; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00323-0100; 3-22-:,
2N-3W-0000-00331-0300; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00331-0400; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00331-0100; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00324-0300; 3-22-1
2N-3W-0000-00323-0100; 3-2-' i
2N-3W-0000-00324-0200; 3-22.'
2N-3W-0000-00324-0100; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00323-0300; 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00323-0500; 3-22-
2.-311-0000i-00331-0600: 3-22-
2.-311H -000011-00323-041111o: 3-22-..
2N-311 -0000-00331-0200: 3-22-
2N-3W-0000-00314-0500 and is'
located south ofBlue Star Highway
(US 90), east and west ofArmstead.
Road and west ofRentz Road. The$
meeting will be held Wednesday,
November 2, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. inm
the Commission meeting room.*
Persons wishing to review the iles:'
on the above project may come to.
the Planning Department at IB Easi
Jefferson Street. Quinr. FL. or call
(85() 8 5-8663 lor more.
information.


Gadsden County's Best




Restaurants.


Agape's "Smokehouse"
Hometown BBQ
627-2901


The Carriage Factory
627-2895


ChristTown Ministries B*B*Q
591-6666


Domino's Pizza
875-8300


Jin Jin
Chinese, American & Japanese Cuisine
627-7310


Pizza Hut
875-2828


Winn Dixie Deli & Bakery
627-1134


Subway
875-4782


Russo's
627-9800


G&G Caribbean
627-3747


A FREE MEAL?
You Bet!
During the coming year these
great restaurants and the
Gadsden County Times
will give away free dinners!
Watch the monthly
restaurant page for details!

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


Gadsden County

School menus
Friday, Oct. 21
Breakfast- Cheese grits w/bis-
cuit & ham, variety of mixed
fruit.
Lunch- Corn dogs w/ mustard,
baked beans, cole slaw, fruited
Jell-O.
Monday, Oct. 24
Breakfast-Assorted cereal
w/toast, variety of 100% fruit
juice.
Lunch-Sausage turkey pat-
tie(2), roll, cinnamon apple
sauce, potato wedge, peanut
butter cookie
Tuesday, Oct. 25
Breakfast-Assorted cereal
w/toast, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-Sausage pork pattie (2)
w/roll, candid yams, chilled
pineapple tidbits, sugar cookie.


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Anchor Initiation Days
Robert F. Munroe's Anchor Club is initiating its seventeen new members. Mismatched Day is only one of the',
five fun days the initiates participate in, followed by a formal initiation given by the Quincy Pilot Club pres-
ident, Caroline Fallis. The Quincy Pilot Club sponsors the Anchor Club that has faculty co-sponsors, Debbie
Maxwell and Cynthia O'Donnell.


isic to their ears
i Akinson enjoys teaching music and Spanish to the TCS 3-year old
s, who is taught by Janice Lines


1 S Students of the
veek for October 14

in 3K the student of the week was
N than Barfield for great work. In
4 Lauren Holloway was noted
with being a great worker. In 5K
A;a Machado had super handwrit-
ink and has been a gTeat helper,
In first grade l p aler \as
acknowledged for Iis i\llingnesi to
bd obedient. Patrick McHuigh, in
second grade, was acknowledged
fo; being such a good friend to his
classmates. Casey Mathers, in third
gijade, was noted for most improved
behavior. In fourth grade Stone
Franklin was acknowledged for
bding a diligent worker. In fifth
glde Nadia Gaines was noted for
h r sweet attitude. In sixth grade
D lan Arnold was noted for doing a
great job on his Bible verses.

St. John elects

PTA officers

for 2005-5006

St. John Elementary Parent
Tjcher Association has newly
elected officers for the 2005-2006
school term. The officers for the
nqw year are Sharicka Henry, presi-
dent; Keyshia Jackson, vice presi-
dent; Debra Lewis-Safford, corre-
s bonding secretary; Alison Thomas,
recording secretary; Beverly Dil-
wNorth, treasurer; Socorro Evans,
membership coordinator; Gwen
Byant and Erin Givens, ways and
means/event coordinator.
t The PTA has already begun its
vork by petitioning parents to
attend the Parent Involvement and
Leadership Conference held at East
COadsden High School on Oct. 15.

st. John students

study ancient

geometric designs

St. John Elementary 4th and 5th
gjade art classes have been study-
ing geometric design and tessella-
tions. Tessellations are made from
d fferent patterns of repeating poly-
g ns.
Congruent polygons fit together
without any gaps between them.
Tessellation designs were first cre-
ated more than 6000 years ago, in
esopotamia, now known as the
middle East (Iraq).
hey were used to decorate floors
a7d walls in mosques and castles.
heir designs will be on public dis-
play at the Gadsden County Public
Library beginning on Nov. 1.


Wednesday, Oct. 26
Breakfast-Assorted cereal w/
toast, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-Sheppard's pie w/ roll,
seasoned green beans, fruited
Jell-O, peanut butter bar.
Thursday, Oct. 27
Breakfast-Assorted cereal
w/toast, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-Meatloaf w/tomato
sauce & roll, buttered sweet
peas, potato wedges, chilled
sliced peaches.


HMS football treat
"Trick or treat!" is a traditional remark made by kids during the month of
October. But if you ask the HMS football team, they'll say October has
brought treats, treats and more treats. The HNIS Bear team was treated to'
dinner, courtesy of school board representative, Eric Hinson, who arrived at
practice early just to watch the Bears work out. After practice, he treated the
Bears to a meal. The meal brought smiles to the faces of a tired and hun-
gry football team, according to one team member, Nicholaj'.Parker.,i
Wednesday, October 11, the team ended practice.

Consumer science

students tackle

HMS staff lounge J

redecorating

project

Rhonda McEwen has a knack for -- '
decorating and it is apparent in her j
consumer science class.
The seventh grade Family and
Consumer Science (Home Eco-
nomics) class at Havana iMiddle
School has redecorated the staff
lounge as one of their projects for
the first nine weeks grading period.
Students arranged vases of sun-
flowers, tied with blue and gold
ribbon and raffia.
The .vases were placed on each
table in the teachers lounge. The
student team even took time to
hang pictures and place decorative
candles around the room. Student-
made throw pillows were place on
the couches.
The students enjoyed the interior
decorating project. They even
commented on how they plan to
use their new-found skills to deco-
Four members of the consume
rate their own rooms at home. Sara Cols, Toe Johon
Sara Collins, Tyrone Johnson and


FCAT preparation
Beginning Saturday,, Oct. 22 at
8:30 a.m., 'Gadsden Technical
Institute will be offering FCAT
preparation for the 2005-06 sopho-
mores, juniors and seniors of Gads-
den 'County public schools. This
preparation is also for adult seniors
whose only requirement for hight
school graduation is passing the
FCAT. The Saturday hours of oper-
ation are 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon.
Transportation will not be provided.
For more information, please call
(850) 875-8324, ext 224.

GED registration
Registration for the Nov. General
Education Diploma (GED) test will
be given on Monday, Nov. 7, at 8
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Registration requirements for indi-
viduals 18 years or older are two (2)
valid identifications and $50 cash or
mone\ oidcr foi the complete bat-
ery 'ilnJ < JIuI :L the time of regis-'
tration.
Candidates may register for parts
of the GED test. Approximate time
for first time registrants is two (2)
hours and will start promptly at the
stated times. This will take place in
the S.A.I.L./V.P.I Lab on the cam-
pus of Gadsden Technical Institute,
201 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Quincy. For additional information
please call 875-8324 ext. 224 or ext
237.

C-P Class of '57
Carter Parramore High School
class of 1957 will meet on Thurs-
day, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Live-
stock Pavilion. Local classmates are
urged to alLend so we can start mak-
ing plans for our next reunion.
Contact Arduster House at 627-
9651 or Joyce Richardson at 663-
2691.


r science class are Victoria Lurry,
Micheal Smith


GEM royal court.
The Gadsden Elementary Magnet School family proudly recognizes'
our 2005-2006 Royal Court. Jacari Joyner and Consuela Wilson will
represent the Owls as Mr. And Miss GEMS. Other grade level repre-
sentatives of the Royal Court are Amaya Mann and Evan Williams (4th
grade), Chelsea Home and Komari Herring (3rd grade), Kaliah Ruf-
fen and Darius Hinson (2nd grade), Chakiyah McMillon and Louis
Zanders (lsl grade). Tamia Henry and Josiah Porter (Kindergarten)
and Reinesha Sanlto and'Jalen Sti-eef iPrek-indergarten Owlettes
check out the campaign signs in this photo.


Reading Night at Munroe Elementary
Reading Night at George W. Munroe Elementary School on Tuesday
night was a huge success for all participants. Over 100 parents had the
opportunity to talk to classroom teachers, the reading coach, school,
counselor, and school administrators about how important reading is
to the future of their children. Parents and students learned more about
reading for recreation, reading to others, requirements for promotion,
FCAT Explorer, and making reading a part of their daily lives. Paula
Palmer organized this event.


'UMMM Good...behavior
On Friday, Sept. 29, a group of students dined with Mrs. I. Walker, St.
John Elementary principal. The students at the Rocket's Diner' were
students who have shown excellent behavior for the month of Septem--
ber. These students were: Delia Rodriquez, Russell Harrison, Daniel
Leal, Montyerra Woodard, Demaya Moten, LeDaysha Daniels, Ronnie
Smith, Ayonna Scott, Janilah Lockwood, Margarita Ruiz, Adrian
Ramos, Johnathan Canceo, Emoni Bittle, Asia Dickey, Melissa
Howard, Ja'Heim Knight, Ronterrius Scott, Dewanna McNealy, Dom-
inque Dawson, Jy'Shawn O'Neal, Maricela Bautista, Jasmine High-
man, Justina Hollowan, Jada Lindsey, Montavis Thomas, Quan-
dashiquia Holloman, Le'Donte Thompkins, Arlenna Jones, Shawn Fri-
son, Taylor Young, Jasmine Murphy, Catherine Smith, Ariel Howard,
Rogerick Wilkins, Kaylis Baxter, Tijah Moore, Dewanna. McNealy,
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GEMS students dine with families
Gadsden Elementary Magnet School hosted its annual Grandparents' Day
Celebration on Sept. 29. The theme of this year's event was "Owl Grand-
parents Are Royalty". The grandparents enjoyed a delicious lunch of cat-
fish with all the trimmings. The group also enjoyed special activities that
included royal photos and storytelling with public librarian.


GEMS SAC meeting Monday
The Gadsden Elementary Magnet School will have its next SAC meeting
on Monday, Oct. 24, at 5:15 p.m. A family reading night is scheduled to fol-
low at 6:15 p.m. All parents are encouraged to attend.

,Farmers can extend conservation contracts
SFarmers and ranchers can now re-enroll or extend their Conservation
Reserve Program (CRP) contracts expiring in 2007 through 2010.
This effort fulfills the commitment President Bush made last year.to
underscore the Administration's commitment to improving the environment
i'and protecting the nation's wildlife habitat, water and natural resources.
In order to determine who might be able to re-enroll or extend their CRP
contract, USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) will use the Environmental
Benefits Index (EBI) that was in place when the contracts were first written.
SAs a result of this land conservation program, many widespread environ-
mental benefits have evolved.
For example,
Reductions in soil erosion are reaching more than'450 million tons per
year, thereby increasing air quality due to less airborne contamination.
Sediment and nutrient runoff into rivers and streams is improving.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that CRP is increasing
,duck populations by more than two million per year. Ring-necked pheasant
populations in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Ohio are rising
by 200 percent.
CRP is increasing grasshopper sparrow, lark bunting and eastern mead-
owlark populations.
In spring 2006, FSA will write to CRP producers with contracts expiring
.,iSept. 30, 2007, to discuss whether those contracts are eligible for re-enroll-
ment or extension. Farmers and ranchers will confirm their contract inter-
ests at that point and a compliance check will be necessary.


TCS names


Honor Roll


The faculty and administration of
Tallavana Christian School is proud
to announce the students who
earned honorable academic distinc-
tion for the first quarter of the 2005-
2006 school year as follows:

5K-A: Justin Bolden, Brianna
Carter, Waylon Coggins, Hannah
Jernigan, Joshua Lewis, Anna
Machado, Kayla March, Isaac
McIntyre, Nicholas Miller, Kayla
Montgomery, Mekaila White.
A/B: Shiania Lee Holt.
First-A: Tanner Betts, Kailah
Simpson, Ethan Tramel, Brandy
Wright. A/B: B.J. Acker, Daniel
Api, Kimara Epps-Laury, Preston
McKnight, Matt Salters, Joey Shep-
hard, Kyle Young.
Second-A: Simone Cummings,
Jeremy Williams, Bethany Zamar-
ron. A/B: Zachary Carter, Michael
Hare, Austin McCarty, Dylan
Studebaker.
Third-A: Matthew Alday, Daniel
Betts, Trey Ellis, Onyz Franklin,
Casey Mathers, Amber Whitfield,
Riley Sandilands. A/B: Yasmine
Burns, Nicholas Harris, Jeremy
McGriff, Tierra Powell, Caleb Ray,
Demarious Wright.
Fourth-A: Stone Franklin. A/B:
Matthew Crawford, Jazmine
Hughes, Maya Jenkins, Maria Stai-
dley.
Fifth-A: Lonnie McMillon. A/B:
Joy Albritton KeambriaMcBride.
Sixth: None
Seventh-A: Nandi Brown.
Eighth-A/B: Christian Granger,
J.W. Pope.,
Ninth-A/B: Albrica Batts,-Mallory
Alday, Swanna Charlton, Sabrina
Kerby.
Tenth-A/B: Kimberly Allen,
Adam Harris, Justin Jenkins.
Eleventh-A: Jessica Alday.
Twelfth-A: Tiffany Hibner. A/B:
Lydia Bolton, Tiffany Hibner.:


RFM second grade
visits butterfly garden

Robert F. Munroe Day School stu-
dents visited the Butterfly Garden at
NFREC in Quincy last week Dr.
Richard Sprenkel, entomologist,
showed Mrs. Martha Sapp's second
graders the life cycle of the butter-
fly. The hands-on experience was
"both educational and entertaining,"
according to Mrs. Sapp. This visit
enhanced the class' science unit on
insects.

Stewart Street
Elementary to host
annual school
coronation
On Thursday, Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m.,
Stewart Street will host its annual
school coronation in the school
cafeteria. Admission to the event
will be $2 for adults and $1 for chil-
dren 12 and under. Doors will open
at 6 p.m. Special guests will be Mr.
and Miss FAMU.
We will honor our Mr. and Miss
Street and their royal court. Con-
gratulations to the following young
ladies and gentlemen who will
proudly represent "The Mightly
Mustangs" for the 2005-2006
school year:
Mr. and Miss Stewart Street,
Reshad Pearson and Nadja Conner;
4th grade Prince and Princess,
Devontrez Boyd and Amber
McCloud; 3rd grade Prince and
Princes, Hunter McFarland and Jonl-
isha Williams; 2nd grade Prince and
Princess, Brinnin Key and Skyra
Potter; 1st grade Prince and
Princess, Jamikal Williams and,
Brooke Gordon; and kindergarten.
Prince and Princess, Roderick Far-
lin and Cynthia Chacon.

Golden Wings fall
carnival Oct. 21
Golden Wings 3E's Academy Fall
carnival will be Oct. 21 from 1:30 to
4:30 p.m. There will be games, food
and prizes: family and friends are
n\ ied Foil more inlltrii. lion
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Logan Emery, Anna Meeks, Corbyn Clark, Trey Holloway, Makayla
Isley, and Zipporah Harrell observe butterflies on a bush at school after
their recent trip to the North Florida Research and Educational
Center.



LEGAL NOTICE
The SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY
FLORIDA, announces its regularly scheduled
Board Meeting, to which all interested persons:'
are invited.
DATE: Tuesday, October 25, 2005 'ii
TIME: 6:00 P.M. '
PLACE: School Board Meeting Room ,
Max D. Walker School Administrationi
Building
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.;
Quincy, Florida

PURPOSE: .
To ratify payment of bills, consider personnel action,
consider bids and quotations, consider and/or act on
proposal and/or adoption of Administrative Rules and
such other business as may be ready for consideration.
A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, "r
otherwise contacting: The School Board of Gadsden
County, Florida, Attention: Mr. Reginald C. James,
Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin Luther King, Jr.
Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351.

Notice is hereby given that if a person decides to appeal any,decision made by the Board With
respect to any matter considered at the meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and
for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which records would include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is tole
based. -i
Dated this 17th dav of October. 2005 AD D
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDi
/s/ Reginald D. James. Superintendent of Schools 16ioc


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HOST of volunteers
The HOSTS program is looking for mentors to encourage success for every student. The 10/10/10 campaign
was held last week. The 10/10/10 blitz was a promotional campaign to recruit volunteers. Potential mentors
and volunteers were contacted on Oct. 10 to solicit help in the local schools. The HOSTS program is a school
based academic program currently operating in eight area schools to pros ide tutors to work with students in
need of help thirty minutes per day. If you are interested in volunteering please call HOSTS coordinator
Denise Pouncey Hannah at 875-2987. Shown are volunteers Delores Smith-Fields, Tenesia Clark, Gail Pol-
lock-Powell, Leslie Reglin, Mrs. Denise Pouncey Hannah, Debra Lewis-Safford, Shandra Wright, Mary
McMillian, Vira Wynn


Columbus Day
"Miss" Debbie's .first graders at
Robert F. Munroe Day School made
Columbus Day hats celebrating the
day Columbus arrived in America.
The three ships: the Nina, Pinta, and
Santa Maria are sailing on the
ocean. The students learned the
v erse: "In fourteen hundred and
ninety two, Columbus sailed the
ocean blue..." Andrew Higdon and
Jenna Branson said, "Our hats are
cool!" The students studied the. voy-
ages of this great navigator. They
sampled many of the f6ods Colum-
bus and his sailors were introduced
to by the native Americans. Every-
one liked the peanuts and the choco-
late the best.


RFM enjoys
Accelerated
Reader success
The fourth grade class at Robert F
Munroe Day School enjoys a party
to celebrate the completion of their
first nine weeks of Accelerated
Reader. The class earned a total of
335 points. Andrea Zang earned 99
points, and Olivia Fletcher earned
72 points. Their teacher, Betty
Suber, was happy to reward them
for their hard work.


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County DOIrtS NWS in offensive show
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B. Joe Ferolilo


Last Saturday was a big day in the college
. otball season. Upsets, near upsets and last
second heroics were the norm for the day.
Thank goodness it wasn't what has been a
normal football pick em' day for me. I broke a
tvo week losing streak by out guessing my
opponent for the week Maximo "Max" Mar-
tinez. 1 hit 6 of 10 for the week while "Max" hit
3 of 10. I might add several of the games could
have gone either way and "Max" was just a few
points away from turning things around.
It was a surely needed win for me getting mrn
overall season mark to 3-4. Again I'll tr\ to
-even things up with my next opponent Gar\vin B.
Bowden who lives m of all places Wetumpka.
Garvin was actually born in Winter Park but
was raised in Tallahassee were he attended Lin-
coln High School. He didn't do much competi-
tion on athlete fields but he w as invoked in stu-
dent government and was on the debate team.
That probably much influenced his decision
to become an attorney, which he is alter getting


his B.A. in History at FSU, and his Law Degree
from Stetson in St. Petersburg.
Not only did he receive his Law Degree
while at Stetson he also met an Orlando lass
Rachel Sepesy whom later became his wife.
After passing the bar Garvin went to work
for State's Attorney Willie Meggs in the Leon-
Gadsden District were he was a prosecutor
After a couple of years with the state he
joined a private law firm and has become a part-
ner in the firm of Gardner, Wadsworth, Duggar,
Bist & Wiener, were he specializes in Real
Estate, Banking, and Administrative Law.,
He and Rachel have a daughter Willa Kate
who is three and is in Pre-K at Munroe. They
have another child on the way. And they love
their home in Wetumpka.
Of course Garvin is an FSU fan who would
naturally pick the Noles to win this week. Here
is that pick and his other ones he'll "take to
court" opposing me.....
FSU over DUKE.....My alma mater should be
motivated after last week.
FAMU over NORFOLK STATE.....It's home-
coming at FAMNU.
UCF over TULANE.....Can't go against my
v, life's alma mater.
USF over WEST VIRGINIA..... I' go with the
home team.
VANDERBILT over SOUTH
CAROLINA....One of my partners went to
Vandv.
UAB over SOUTHERN MISS.....UAB has a
good program but a goofy mascot.
N.C. STATE over WAKE FOREST.....Pack
needs a break.
ALABAMA over TENNESSEE.....Brodie


Croyle has Tide going.
AUBURN over LSU.....I'll stick with the
Alabama teams.
_NORTH.CAROLINA over VIRGINIA..... My
grandad, Buck Dunlap, play at Carolina.
TEXAS over TEXAS TECH.....This should be a
'great game to watch.

'Pretty god picking Mr. Altorney but I'll try to
win my."case" by picking this way.....
FSU over DUKE.....Devils won't even be able
to take the "stand."
FAMU over NORFOLK STATE....A strike for
"justice."
UCF over TULANE.... Knight's "tort reform"
the Wave.
WEST VIRGINIA over USF....Bulls played like
they were an "innocent" football team last week.
SOUTH CAROLINA over
VANDERBILT.....Gamecocks "guilty" of play-
ing well at home.
SOUTHERN MISS over UAB.....Blazers should
be "sued" for that mascot.
WAKE FOREST OVER N.C. STATE......Deacs
will win this "court case."
ALABAMA over TENNESSEE.....A "change of
venue" wouldn't help Vols this week.
AUBURN over LSU......War Eagles "disnuss"
the home team advantage.
VIRGINIA over NORTH CAROLINA.....Cav's
"continue" to impress.
TEXAS over TEXAS TECH.....Indeed a great
game to be a "witness" to.

I "state my case" by disagreeing with Garviu
FIVE times. And take it from me we will settle
this "out of court."


Mijnroe topples Carrabelle in volleyball


The Munroe Lady Cats volleyball
team had upped their competition
level this season playing several
,ranked teams in order to improve
their chances in post-season play.
Carrabelle was not one of those
teams. The Lady Cats (10-10), as
the top seed in the Class A District 3
tournament, strode by winless
'Carrabelle (0-12) as the bottom seed
S:in three straight games.
S In Carrabelle's defense, the team
showed a marked improvement
through out the season and gave
Munroe work to do in. all three
games of the five game match.
Munroe won game -one 25-18.
Carrabelle was tied with the Lady
Cats at 12-12 until a kill by Mandy
Clark led a charge that separated the
two teams the rest of the game.
Clark also served up five aces,
including several with her powerful
jump serve, that kept Carrabelle's
defense off balance.
Game two wvas similar to the first.
Carrabelle jumped to a quick 3-1
lead off of scrappy defense before
Munroe could gather themselves
and rally to take a 5-4. The setting
by Jessica Joyner, the hitting of
Mandy Clark and Jill Purvis plus the
net play of the rest of the Lady Cats
team sent the the team to a 25-15
win.
Game three proved to be Carra-
belle's final of the season. The
young team dug out many hard hit
balls by Munroe but experience and
power proved too much for the Pan-


others. In game three, Munroe was
aBle to play all eleven players on
way to a 25-14 win.
For the match, Clark led offen-
sively with 14 kills. Purvis added
five. Jessica Joyner, the lone setter
in the offense, finished with 24
assists. Julia Bates finished with
two blocks and Clark and Joyner
combined for thirteen aces from the
service line.
Munroe will host John Paul II, the


winner in four games over upset-
minded Apalachicola, in the district
finals at 6:00. The two teams split
during the regular season, each win-
ning in their home gym.

Godby stops EGHS
Youth will rare its inexperienced
head no faster in sports than in play
off action. 'East Gadsden, a team
that started four freshmen, fell to


Godby in three straight games 25-
19, 25-8, 25-3. The Cougars (13-
12) were the third seeded team in an
extremely strong District 3-3A dis-
trict. They advance into Thursdays
semifinal match up against second
seeded Panama City Beach Arnold
High School. Top-seeded Wakulla,
undefeated in district play, tangles
with fourth-seeded Panama City
Bay.


Photo by Byron Spires
East Gadsden's Reshard Perryman (5) has his feet literally cut from under him on one of his runs against
Rickards Friday night. Perryman was the first to put the Jags on the board with a 13 yard TD run.


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Player of the Week

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Ricky Gennie
Ricky's pass interception return of 46 yards
for a touchdown wrapped up the Jaguars'
28-13 win over Rickards. He also had six
pass receptions for 167 yards in the game.





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Player of the Week

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Joseph Hackney
Joseph had 264 all-purpose
yards, ran for a touchdown,
passed for one and caught a
pass for one in Saturday's game
against Pope John Paul II.
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Lydia Bolton
Lydia had two kills, nine digs and three aces
in a Panhandle Christian Conference
Tournament game. She was also named
second team All-Conference.
S HOLLIE T. DWYER
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Antonio Bostic
Antonio hit four of five passes for 158
yards and a TD against Jay Friday
night.





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The game was played at high noon. Both teams had their offensive
guns blazing.
Pope John Paul II had the little better aim as they took a 47-38 football
shoot-out over Munroe Saturday at Florida High Field in Tallahassee.
There were plenty of offensive stand outs for both teams.
The Bobcats Joseph Hackney had 264 all purpose yards and rushed for a
touchdown, passed for one, and caught a pass for another one. Dontavius;
Johnson rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown and threw Hackney's
receiving t.d. Cody Watson snared a touchdown pass and then passed for:
a touchdown to Taylor Edge.
Pope Paul's Mooreese Colson had 170 yards rushing and two touch-
downs and Robert Chambers had 147 yards rushing and 3 scores. The
Panthers Chase Pfeifer hit 8 of 9 passes for 96 yards and a pair of t.d.'s.
Munroe's record is 1-6. The Bobcats will host South Walton in a 7:30
pm game Friday night at Corry Field.


Jags leap by Rickards;


late scores bring win

For the second straight week the East Gadsden football team found
themselves trailing late in the game and for the second straight week the
Jaguars used their 2 minute drill to pull out a win.
Last week it was Taylor Co. that fell in a road game. This week it was
Rickards time in an East Gadsden home game.
Trailing 13-12 with just 2:07 left and on their own 34 the Jaguars used
a pair of long passes from Harry Betsey to Ricky Gennie to set up shop at
the Rickards 14. With 1:08 left Darius Jackson ran it in from there and
East Gadsden had their first lead of the night 18-13.
A 2 point pass from Gennie to Jackson on some end around trickery
put it at 20-13. Gennie then wrapped things up for good when he returned
an interception 46 yards for a touchdown putting the Jaguars up 26-13.
Jackson's conversion run got the.final 28-13 score on the board.
Rickards came out on fire in the contest getting on the board first in
less than 2 minutes. A Verterris Bryant pass to Dante Payne accounted for
6 points and Seth Walker's kick made it 7-0.
East Gadsden scored late in the first quarter on Reshard Perryman's 13
yard bolt making it 7-6.
Midway the second quarter Jamarus Crutchfield recovered a fumble for
a touchdown and the Raiders carried a 13-7 lead into halftime.
Late in the third quarter the Jaguars got to 13-12 when Jackson caught
a 15 yard scoring pass from Betsey.
Things stayed that way until East Gadsden put on their late drive to pull
out the district win.
"This was a very big win for us." Jaguar head coach Rodell Thomas
commented. "It was a win we needed, I feel we're getting better every'
week both offensively and defensively."
On the offense Jackson had 60 yards rushing and 37 passing. Betsey
finished with 243 yards passing and Gennie caught 6 passes for 167. yards.
Defensively Micah Brown had 4 sacks, and Donte Rittman had an
interception.
This week East Gadsden plays another important district game when
they travel to Medart Friday night to tackle Wakulla Co.
Both the Jaguars and the War Eagles are tied for second in the district
at 2-1. East Gadsden is 4-3 overall. A win by either team would be impor-
tant to secure a play-off berth.
"They, like us, have a lot of offensive weapons." Thomas says. "Our
defense is playing better, and if they continue to improve we have a good
chance to A in the garre."


Jay edges WGHS

by Cale Wheeler
It was a third straight week of much of the same for the West Gadsden
Panther football team. They ran into a tough team and tough luck.
A 1-4 Jay team came to town and played a hard, tough game and
spoiled the West Gadsden homecoming with a 15-14 win.
The Panthers looked as if they were on cruise control in the first half
as they built a 14-0 lead scoring touchdowns on a 46 yard Antonio Bostic
to Chris Atkins pass and a short run by Ron Burns. Burns also added a 2
point conversion run and the first half ended with West Gadsden up 14-0.
The second half belonged to Jay however. The Royal's defensive front
took over and kept the Panthers off the board. They got on the scoreboard
with a quarterback keeper in the third quarter cutting the lead to 14-7.
Early in the fourth quarter a 46 yard punt by the Panthers Jessie Win-
bush put the Royals on their 4 yard line. Jay then went on a 96 yard 13
play drive that ate up the quarter and with just 1:22 left in the game the
Royals got a touchdown making it 14-13. Declining to go for the tie Jay
ran in the 2-point conversion and then held off late Panther try to claim
the 15-14 district win.
Bostic had the best game offensively for West Gadsden hitting 4 of 5
passes for 158 yards. Defensively Atkins led the way with 13 tackles,
Darius Winbush had 12 and a sack and Alien Blair added 8.
West Gadsden's record is 2-5. They play at Apalachicola Friday night.







16 Gadsden County Times October 20, 2005


QPRD Final

Standing

Pee Wee EAST
Won Loss
Lions 7 0
Raiders 5 2
Miners 1 6
Pee Wee WEST
Bulldogs 6 1
Wildcats 3 4
Seminoles 0 7


Midget SOUTH
Eagles
Packers
Cougars
Midget NORTH
Colts
Cheetahs
Warriors


Trophy size fish
'Lake Talquin is short one more lunker bass and Gadsden County has
one more very proud fisherman. Andre Bryant displays the 14 lb 2 oz
bass he caught Oct. 12 on the Quincy side of the* lake on a rubber June
,bug. It took Bryant about five minutes to land the largemouth on his
open face combo.


Seminole

Ramlins

The overall picture on Bass -
is slow, most of the folks that
went had tough tails to tell
,about how few they caught. ~
We have to tell you that at this
time the Chattahoochee is giv-
ing up more Bass than the
Flint for some reason. The most are being caught on
Plastic with a little top water to go with it.
The Bream and Crackers are few also, most of them
are fairly deep but that is most likely a short lived thing
as the cooler weather mite jist gittem started again.
The Perch has been very active these past few days
and they seem to be in the 6 ft. area. They seem to
want Jigs instead of the minnows. Miss Aubry Pres-
nell of Lakeland, FL had a nice catch Saterday noon but
;would'only keep 6 nice ones. 2 of the 6 pushed 1 1/2
bs. Perch.
The Hybreds are ready to go to biting. The weather
is right and it will be top water fishen. We are expect-
ing annual migration of the Kaintucks in this camp to
enjoy\ some fall fishen. They are the ones who pack
several 2 liter bottles of leaders and only one 20 oz.
chaser. We'll see how they do. They each gain 5 lbs.
in the week they are here. The dinners are good, the
suppers are better. .
Well, we have at this time seen more Teel than during
the Teal season. The Coots came in on this past Sun-'
days cool snap. The Ducks will be following the Cootsi


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Warbonnet
SLarge Scale Land Use Amendment
485 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Rural Residential
The applicant, Warbonnet Land and Timber Company, have
presented a large scale land use amendment for 485 acres of land
as indicated in the map above. Said 485 acres are further described
by Tax ID number 6-05-1S-4W-0000-00410-0000 and is located
on the west side of Pat Thomas Parkway (SR 267) south of
Hammock Creek and approximately two miles north of the county
line. The applicant is seeking approval to change the Future Land
Use Map land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Rural Residential
(1:1). The Board of County Commissioners will heai the
application and receive public comment Tuesday, November 1,
2005. The meeting will be held at 6:00 pm in the Commission
meeting room located at the address below. More information can
be obtained on the proposed changes at the Department of Growth
Management, 1B East Jefferson Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663.
Persons wishing to comment may do so at the public hearings or in'
writing to the Board of County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy Florida 32351.


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PLAYOFFS
Monday, October 24th:
5:30 pm, Lions vs. Qtrs Winner
7:00 pm, Bulldogs vs. Qtrs Winner
Tuesday, October 25th:
5:30 pm, Eagles vs. Qtrs Winner
7:00 pm, Colts vs. Qtrs Winner
SUPERBOWL SUNDAY
Sunday, October 30th:
4:30 pm, TBD (Pee Wees)
6:00 pm, TBD (Midgets)


rite shortly. We hope for a better season this year than
last year.
One has to
wait and
see hov it n _i_ ... .. .-
goes.
One
good t in .
you can
bet on is
the Bass's
Bellies are
full of .I
Thread Fin
Shad and
the Specks
and Bream
are full of
Grass
Shrimp.
That %e
can tell
you and .
hope Nou
f i s h
accord -
ingly. The picture is of Miss Aubry Presnell'.
Clint. of Lakeland, Florida with some nice
B r o w n Speckled Perch she caught on Sater-
locked day.
through
the Jim Woodruff fishen the Chattahoochee and
weighed in 17 lbs. ai the Bristol Landing. Nuff sed.


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Quincy Parks & Recreation Department football players are in the midst of some heavy action.

Lady Lion drop 3 in conference tournament


The Lady Lion of Tallavana Chris-
tian, School were disposed of in
three straight games in the Panhan-
dle Christian Conference volleyball
tournament last weekend. Actually,
Coach Ron Bolton and his team had
to travel all the way to Dothan just
to get beaten for the third time this
season b\ Maranatha Christian.

SCOREBOARD
College
Virginia 26 FSU 21.
LSU 21 Florida 17
S.C. State 49 FAMU 3
This week
FSU at Duke
Norfolk State at FAMU
Florida (open)
Next week
.Maryland at FSU
Florida-Georiga (Jacksonville)
FAMU at Morgan State
High School
East Gadsden 28 Rickards 13
Jay 15 West Gadsden 14
John Paul II 47 Munroe 38
This week
East Gadsden at Wakulla
West Gadsden at Apalachicola
South Walton at Munroe
Next week
Godb\ at East Gadsden
\Vest Gadsden at Port St. Joe :i
FAMU at Munroe


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Schnepf
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
86.37 Acres from Agricultural 2 to Rural Residential
The applicant, Warbonnet Land and Timber Company, have
presented a large scale land use amendment for 86.37 acres of land
as indicated in the map above. Said 86.37 acres are further
described by Tax ID numbers 2-25-3N-4W-0000-00320-0000 and
2-25-3N-4W-0000-00331-0000 and is located on the east side of
SR 267 (Bainbridge Highway), north of Salter Road and south of
Old Philadelphia Church Road (CR 272). The applicant is seeking
approval to change the Future Land Use Map land use from
Agricultural 2 (1:10) to Rural Residential (1:1). The Board of
County Commissioners will hear the application and receive public
comment Tuesday, November 1,2005. The meeting will be held
at 6:00 pm in the Commission meeting room located at the address
below. More information can be obtained on the proposed changes
at the Department of Growth Management, iB East Jefferson
Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663. Persons wishing to comment
may do so at the public hearings or in writing to the Board of
County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson Street, Quincy Florida
32351.



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MARANATHA 25 25 25
TALLAVANA 12 16 21
Coach Ron's daughter, Lydia, led
the Lion charge with two kills, nine
digs and three aces. She was
rewarded by being named to the All
Conference 2nd team. The team
closed out the 2005 season with a 2-
12 record.
The Munroe Lady Cats volleyball
team has dropped two out of three
matches since losing not only their
coach (to her wedding and honey-
moon) but also senior Sallie Willis
(to a season ending ankle break).
Coach Hauge (now Coach Glen)
will return next week from England
and Ireland to a hopefully playoff-
bound team. Munroe plus place
either first or second in the Class A
District 3 tournament being held at
Munroe.
Two of the three losses wer6 to
ranked teams (Blountstown and


Maclay) while the third was to a
very good Sneads team. Munroe fin-
ished their regular season 9-10.
District tournaments for all FHSAA
schools were held this past week.

Twins head EGHS

cross country
Twins Deon and Yvonne Sanders
placed in the top ten in both the
girl's and boy's divisions of the Pan-
handle Cross Country Champi-
onships last Saturday in Marianna.
Deon ran.18.20 in the boy's divi-
sion while Yvonne had a school
record time of 22.44 in the girl's
division.
Both runners will compete in a
meet at Maclay this Saturday and in
the district competition meet a week
from Friday in Pensacola.


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO TRANSMIT

PROPOSED LAND USE CHANGE:


Stodard H.
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
27.21 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Rural Residential
The applicants, Darrell and Rhonda Stodard, have presented a large
scale land use amendment for 27.21 acres of land as indicated
in the map above. Said 27.21 acres are further described by Tax ID
number 4-25-1N-4W-0000-00340-0100 and is located on the south
side of McCall Bridge Road (CR-65C), and east of Lakeview Point
Road (southeast side of the intersection of these two roads). The
applicant is seeking approval to change the Future Land Use Map
land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Rural Residential (1:1). The
Board of County Commissioners will hear the application and
receive public comment Tuesday, November 1, 2005. The
meeting will be held at 6:00 pm in the Commission meeting room
located at the address below. More information can be obtained on
the proposed changes at the Department of Growth Management,
1B East Jefferson Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663. Persons
wishing to comment may do so at the public hearings or in writing
to the Board of County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson Street,
Quincy Florida 32351.



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Gadsden County Times October 20, 2005 17
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Grant establishes
program for
boys, fathers
Congressman Allen Boyd (D-North
Florida) today announced that the
-U.S. Department of Health and Hu-
-ran Services (HHS) awarded Vi-
s"ons of Manhood, Incorporated a
'$44,776 grant through the Compas-
sion Capital Fund (CCF) to establish
.3our different educational, develop-
hient and mentoring programs for
boys and fathers. The programswill
be implemented in Franklin, Liberty,
Jefferson, Gadsden, Wakulla and
Leon Counties.
Continuing the initial goal of Vi-
sions of Manhood, the funds will be
used to help men become better fa-
thers financially and emotionally
through a number of established
programs throughout North Florida.







Commit
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The grant will be also be used to
fund the following new youth pro-
grams:
* .The Male Responsibility Youth
Initiative will teach boys from ages
8 to 18 about conflict resolution,
family issues and personal and civic
responsibility.
* The Youth Education through Ser-
vice program will divert first-time
juvenile offenders through the juve-
nile justice system. A community-
based restorative justice board will
oversee the youth offenders with the
goal of avoiding suspension.
* The Youth Character Development
program teaches employment skills
to adolescents from ages 14 to 18 to
help build sl4lls for the workforce.
"By providing educational oppor-
tunities and enhancing community
support systems, we are reaching out
to those children that need a guiding
hand," said Congressman Boyd.


"Visions of Manhood has made such
a positive impact in our area, and it
is important for us to continue to
support the work that they do. This
grant will give our young people the
hope, encouragement and assistance
they need to grow up to be success-
ful, healthy adults."
"We- are excited about having
theopportunity to increase our serv-
ices throughout North Florida," said
Joe Thomas, Executive Director of
Visions of Manhood. "By expand-
ing our services, we hope to help the
young men in our area become more
responsible males and more produc-
tive citizens."
Serving the Tallahassee area since
1996,Visions of Manhood is a non-
profit organization that works close-
ly with the local court and school
systems and has as its primary focus
educating and mentoring boys and
men to become responsible males
and dads.


'Little Shop of Horrors'
at TCC theater
Theatre TCC's latest production,
"Little Shop of Horrors" premieres
Thursday, Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. Addi-
tional showtimes are Oct. 21 22
and 27 29 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 23 at
2 p.m.
Admission is free for TCC students
with a valid student ID. Tickets are
available on a per show basis as well
as a season package and can be pur-
chased by calling (850) 644-6500.

Quincy House offers
free writing classes
The TCC Quincy House Commu-
nity Writing Center will offer the
following writing workshops free
this month. The workshops will be
held each Wednesday from noon to
2 p.m. and include Grammar 1 on
Oct. 26.


Bus iness


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For more information, call the TCC
Writing Center at (850) 201-8270.
The TCC Quincy House is located
on 216 N. Adams St. in Quincy.

C&CE Class
Announcement
The Community & Continuing Ed-
ucation Division at Tallahassee
Community College will offer a va-
:riety of non-credit classes during the
month of October.
Computer classes held on the main
campus include DreamWeaver Ad-
vanced offered Monday and
Wednesday, Oct. 17 24. The class
is $99.
Other computer classes include
HTML: Web Page Construction
Level 1 offered Saturdays, Oct. 19
and Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. 12:45 p.m.
and Excel Introduction offered
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Oct. 25 27 from 9:30 a.m. 12:30'


p.m. HTML: Web Page Construc-
tion Level I is $169 and Excel Intio-
duction is $169.
Computer classes at TCC Capitol
Center include Photoshop offered
Monday, Oct. 10 Nov. 21 from 6 -
9 p.m. and QuickBooks offered
Wednesday, Oct.26 Nov. 16. Pho-
toshop is $199 and QuickBooks is
$135.
Two new courses, the 40-Hour Ac-
credited Claims Adjuster Pre-Li-
censing course and the Home In-
spection Certificate program, are
online and available 24 hours a d4y,
7 days a week.
Students interested in online couis-
es or any of the C&CE courses at
TCC, Southwood, TCC CipiIol
Center or the Quincy House are en-
couraged to register through Ea-
gleNet at www.tcc.fl.edu. For ques-
tions concerning C&CE courses,
call (850) 201-8353.


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Zemex Industrial Minerals, a successful and growing
Industrial Mining and Processing Company with:
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We offer an attractive benefits package and salary up
to $12.39 per hour with experience. If interested and
qualified, please fax resume to fax Number: (229)
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associated with position.
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Zen-ex Industrial Minerals, a successful and growing
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an experienced Purchasing/Storeroom Supervisor for
its Attapulgus Operation, South Georgia plant. The
ideal candidate would have a minimum of 2 years of
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We offer an attractive benefits package and salary up
to $12.39 per hour with experience. If interested and
qualified, please fax resume to fax Number: (229)
465-3712 or mail your resume to Zemex Attapulguite,
LLC. P.O. Box 96, 248 Milwhite Road, Attapulgus, GA
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October 20, 2005


CITY OF GRETNA, FLORIDA
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Position Title: City Manager
Location: City of Gretna
14615 Main Street
Post Office Drawer 220
Gretna, Florida 32332-0200
closing Date: November 18, 2005, 5:00 p.m.
-Population: 1,752
Annual Minimum Salary: Base salary of $45,000 plus fringe
benefits. (Applicants are normally hired at the minimum
salary; however, final salary is based on and commensurate
with experience, training, and education).
'Job Description: Chief administrative official for the City.
,Supervise all department Heads and city staff. Must possess
olnowledge, skills and abilities including but not limited to:
knowledge of local governmental operations, ability to super-
vise people and utilize:resources, ability to formulate, submit
iand administer budgets, ability to communicate effectively
:)oIth orally and in writing. Shall be skilled in the use of com-
puters and able to function in a sophisticated computer envi-
:ionment. Must be able to keep the city commission fully
advised as to its financial condition and forecast future needs
~bf the City, making such recommendations as may be appro-
qpriate or desirable.
,Special Notes: The City of Gretna, Florida is an Equal
pportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The City is a drug
.free workplace and tests all post hire applicants. Applicant
must pass an extensive background search and credit check
iand the City hires only U.S. Citizens and lawfully authorized
,alien workers. If applicant needs accommodation because of
disability in order to participate in the application/selection
,process, please notify the City in advance. The City will not
,tolerate violence in the workplace.
iMinimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree from an accred-
,'ited college or university in public administration, accounting,
,,business administration or related field and 3 years of profes-
sional experience as a city manager or related field with high
';level of management and supervisory experience. Masters
,or other advanced degree from an accredited college or uni-
lersity with emphasis in either or public administration,
accounting, business administration or related field may be
Substituted ona year-for-year basis for the required experi-
,ence.
PLEASE ATTACH COPY OF DEGREE
& RESUME TO APPLICATION. 10/2o-/0oc

1 0 /


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

CASE NO. 05-880-CAA

DALE SIMMONS; AND
TAWANNA SIMMONS,
P13intiffs,

vs.

MARCOLES D. WILLIAMS,
D fendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO; MARCOLES D.
VWLLIAMS

YbU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Quiet Title
has been filed against you
and others, and you are
required to serve a copy of-
your writtenr defenses, if
aay, to it on DANIEL E.
MANAUSA, ESQUIRE,
SMITH, THOMPSON-
SVAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,
Plaintiffs' attorneys,. 3520
T1omasvile Road, 4th Floor,
Tllahassee, Florida 32309-
3469, no more than thirty
(t) days from the first pub-
li.ation date of this notice of
action, and file the original
wth the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Paintiff's attorneys or
irimediately thereafter; oth-
e;vise, a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
pfint or petition.

-DTED this 12th day of
September, 2005.

Ntcholas Thomas
Clerk of Court,

(4EAL)

BV: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
1/22&29, 10/06&13/2005c


I THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
G DSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

C SE NO: 2005-1016-CAA
JUDGE: Hon. George S.
FRynolds III

I RE: FORFEITURE OF A
185 BLUE AND WHITE
ODSMOBILE CUTLASS
SUPREME, VIN:
163GM47A3FP358783/

NOTICE OF ACTION

Tg: Surviving Spouse and
Unknown Heirs of Robert
Viynn Williams, Deceased,
whose last known address
is 852 Fairview Road, Fort
V'alton Beach, Florida
32548

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

A! 1985 BLUE AND WHITE
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS
SUPREME, VIN:
1 03GM47A358783

has been filed against you,,
ald you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, on Anthony
Andrews, Assistant Attorney
general, Petitioner's attor-
.y, whose address is The
capitol, Suite PL-01,
8llahassee, Florida 32399-
050, on or before Monday,


November 7, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before serv-
ice on Petitioner's attorney
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
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
SFile No. 05-376-CPA

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

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Maurilio 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 other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice
-is served 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.

SALL CLAIMS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

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

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

Personal Representative:
HAROLD RICHMOND,
ESQUIRE
P.O. Box 695
Quincy, Florida 32353
10/13 & 20/05(c)


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-


For Rent: 3 bedroom
mobile home and 3 bed-
room house. CH/A. Call 9-
5, 627-3807.
10/20,27pc


For Rent: 25878 Blue
Star Hwy. 2 bedroom, 2
bath. $550/mo w/2
months down. HUD par-
ticipants accepted.
Joseph Foster 539-9353.
10/13-2p


For Rent: Wanted-female
to share house in Quincy.
Private room and bath,
furnished. Contact Mary
627-0821.
10/13-2p


For Rent: Small office (or
retail). Available soon.
Near courthouse, in
Carriage Factory Building.
For details call 850-579-
2821.
10/20-11/03c


For Sale: Lot for sale,





improved in Gretna city
limits. Selling below mar-
ket value. Mobile home or
single' family residence
allowed. 850-656-5714
10/13-2p


If you have a deed-
regardless of credit histo-
ry you are approved for a
home. Call 850-350-0328


ask for Linda.


10/13-2p


GADSDEN COUNTY: 10
ACRES-County Rd. 159
to Frank Smith Road,
Lassie Plantation Acres.
$110,000. Well, septic
tank and power on proper-
ty pis single wide mobile
home. Horses welcome!
Call Suzanne Mozley,
Realtor, Camelot Real
Estate & Investments,
LLC 850/545-5574.
10/13tf


For Sale: 5.5 acres of
property located on moun-
tain in Franklin, NC.
Beautiful scenic overlook.
Paved road, septic tank
and drainfield already
installed. Call 850-875-
3068 or 850-566-7742.
10/20c


I LEG~ALI


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
Jefferson 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 at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review
these documents upon
request.

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may 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 WI IHOLUT WILL ,'i
NOVEMBER 18, 1922 IN
CHATTAHOOCHEE,
FLORIDA.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the administration of the
Estate of ANDREW
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
32353-0131. The Personal
Representative of the estate
is WILLIE WILLIAMS,
whose mailing address is
Post Office Box 111511,
Houston, Texas 77293. the
name and 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, DEVISEESS OF s
DAVID WILLIAMS, "WVHO
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 which is Gadsden County
Courthouse, Post Office
Box 231, Quihcy, 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
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 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


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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-
TEES, DEVISEES OF IDA
MAE WILLIAMS WHO
DIED WITHOUT WILL ON
AUGUST 11, 1996 IN MID-
WAY, FLORIDA.

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,
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, O N
OR BEFORE NOVEMBER


1.8,'2005 to file any objec-
tions they may have that
challenges the qualifications
of the Personal
Representative or the Venu
or Jurisdiction of the court.

FAILURE TO SERVE AND
FILE WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES MAY RESULT IN A
JUDGEMENTO 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

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
Cse No. 05-472-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF HELEN
MCGILL

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-
TEES, DEVISEES OF
HELEN MCGILL WHO
DIED WITHOUT WILL ON
APRIL 18,1960 IN MIDWAY,
FLORIDA.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the administration of the
Estate of HELEN MCGILL,
Deceased, case number
above is pending in the


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Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, the address
of which is Gadsden County
Courthouse, Post Office
Box 231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0131. 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 PersoHal'
Representative's Attorney.
is, JOYCE SIBSON DOVE,
101 North Madison Street,
Quincy, Florida 32351

All persons having claim or
demands against the estate
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20-- Gadsden County Times


October 20, 2005


S Invitation to Re-Bid
: Bid No. 05-19

T e Gadsden County Board of County
Commissioners is seeking sealed bids for Pest
Co~irol Services. Bids will be received until
100 0 a.m., Friday, November 4, 2005 in the
Management Services Department, 5-B E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL 32351 and opened
imrfdiately thereafter in the County Manager's
CoFference Room, 9 E. Jefferson Street,
Quincy, FL 32351. Specifications may be
obtained from the Management Services
De artment at 5-B E. Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL r by dialing 850-875-8660. Questions con-
c g t
cermng the specifications should be directed to
Spencer Bowens at 850-875-8665. Bid will not
be valid if not sealed in an envelope marked
"SEALED BIDS" and identified by the name of
theirm, bid number and time of opening. The
Gadsden County Board of County
Commissioners reserves the right to reject any
ono bid or all bids, any part of any bid, to waive
any informality in any bid, and to award the pur-
chase in the best interest of the County,
EED/AA

Arthur Lawson, Sr.
Assistant County Manager

Marlon Brown
County Manager
10/20c


Invitation to Re-Bid

Bid No. 05-18

The Gadsden County Board of County
Commissioners is seeking sealed bids for
Road Side Seeding/Mulching. Bids will be
received until 10:00 a.m., Monday,
November 14, 2005 in the Management
Services Department, 5-B E. Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL 32351 and opened
immediately thereafter in the County
Manager's Conference Room, 9 E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL 32351.
Specifications may be obtained from the
Management Services Department at 5-B
E. t'efferson Street, Quincy, FL or by dialing
850-875-8660. Questions concerning the
specifications should be directed to Robert
Presnell at 850-875-8672. Bid will not be
valid if not sealed in an envelope marked
"SEALED BIDS" and identified by the name
of the firm, bid number and time of open-
ing. The Gadsden County Board of County
Ccdmmissioners 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
thd'County, EEO/AA

Artfur Lawson, Sr.
Assistant County Manager

Marlon Brown
County Manager
10/20c



CERTIFICATE TO ROLL

I, thie undersined. here\ certift\ that I amthe
dui qualified and acting Propertn Appraiser
*rnJd t; ir Gad'Jeein C,.:rrn3 FI iiJd ; ai. i'uch, I
have satisfied myself that all property includ-
ed" or includable on the Real/Tangible Tax
R611 Property Assessment Roll for the afore-
said-county is properly taxed so far as I have
been able to ascertain; that the said roll was
certified and delivered to me by the Value
Adjustment Board on the 12th day of October,
2005; and that all required extensions on the
able described roll to.show the tax attributa-
ble to all taxable property included therein
have been made pursuant to law.
I further certify that, upon completion of this
certificate and the attachment of same to the
heein described Assessment Roll as a part
thereof, said Assessment Roll will be deliv-
ered to the Tax Dollector of this county.
Ifti-witness whereof, I have subscribed this
ceificate and caused the same to be attached
to and made a part of the above described'
Assessment Roll this the 12th day of October,
2005.
Clay VanLandingham
SProperty Appraiser of
Gadsden County, Florida
S10/20c


FROM pg19

BEFORE NOVEMBER 18,
2005, to file with the Clerk's
office 6f the above court a
written statement of any
claim or right of inheritance
they may have. All persons
interested in the estate to
whorr 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.

Datedc'6n this 7th day of
October; 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk bf the Court

Vicki Vick


Deputy Clerk
10/13,20,27&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


LEG~AL


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 decedenl
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whorr
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 AFTEF
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 Gadsder
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address o0
which is P.O. Box 1649
Quincy, FL 32353-1649
The name and address o
h cir _.':. -r .eplre.enil3
tive's attorney is set forth
below.

ALL INTERESTED PER.
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT: All persons on whorr
this notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of th'e 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 LATE
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY'
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COP'
OF THIS NOTICE Orh
THEM.

All creditors of the deceden
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whorr
a copy of this notice is
served within three months
after the date of the firs
publication of this notice
must file their claims witt
'this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB
LOCATION. 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 demand
against the .decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHII\
THREE. MONTHS AFTEF
THE DATE OF THE FIRS1
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NO1
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 Catino
Simmons-Russ


Personal Representative
10/13,20,27 &11/3(c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT]
OF THE SECOND JUDI
CAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOF
GADSDEN COUNTY
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 05-646-CAB

UNITED STATES OF


S AMERICA, RURAL
S HOUSING SERVICE,
S USDA, F/K/A FARMERS
S HOME
ADMINISTRATION
Plaintiff,

vs.

DEBRA WESTON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
t OF DEBRA WESTON; and
S all unknown parties claiming
t by, through, under or
S 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
S dated October 3rd, 2005, in
S this cause, 'I will sell the
property situated in GADS-
DEN County, Florida
described as:

' LOT NUMBERED 4,
S BLOCK "K", OAK PARK
SSUBDIVISION, 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
S 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
S at 10 East Jefferson Street,
,Quincy, Florida at 11:00
O'clock a.m. on November
9, 2005.

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

. NICHOLAS THOMAS
I Clerk 01 Ihe Circuit Courl

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk


If you are a p
disability who
accommodation
participate in
ing, you are e
cost to you, to
of certain
Please conta
Thomas, Quin
Gadsden Cc
house, 850-87
in 2 working
receipt of this
are hearing
impaired, cal
8771.


including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims
with the court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this Notice is October 20,
2005.

Co-Personal
Representatives:

Rickey Bennett
62 Sunshine Way
Quincy, FL 32351

Bruce Bennett
4509 Westover Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32303

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Jack A. Harnett, Attomey at
Law.
Post Office Box 300
Quincy, FI 32353-0300
Telephone: (850) 627-7647
Facsimile No. (850) 627-
7000
Fla. Bar No.: 0033786
Oct. 20 & 27/05c


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


CASE NO.:

IN RE:
OF:

One 1.979 I
Caprice, -
1N69G9S164

NOTICE
TURE PRO(

TO: M
BRONSON
SONS OR E
CLAIM AN
INTEREST I
DESCRIBED

The CITY
POLICE
seized th
described ab
19, 2005, Ir
Clark Stree
Gadsden C
On .October
seizing/ age
Complaint
Probable C
Final Judgm
ol Forteilu
Gadsden Cc
thie "Circuit
Division, Pc
1649, Quincy


decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contigent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice
is served must file thier
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 creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this Notice is October 20,
2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Michael Rayne, Esquire
327 Office Plaza Drive,-
Suite 106
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
Florida Bar No. 0568678
(850) 224-2999 Fax (850)
224-2799


Personal Representative:
05-1105-CAA Byron C. Stephens
7215 Bucking Drive
FORFEITURE Tallahassee, Florida 32310
Oct. 20 & 27/05c

Blue Chevrolet
VIN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
4361. OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
OF FORFEI- FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
SEEDINGS FLORIDA

ARGARET Civil Action *
AND ALL PER- Case No. 2005-249-CA-B
ENTITIESS WHO Division None

N THE ABOVE Washington Mutual Bank,
)PROPERTY: FA Successor by Merger to
Bankunited, FSB F/K/A
OF QUINCY Bank United of Texas, FSB
DEPARTMENT Plaintiff,
he property
above on August vs
om Tenth and
at, in Quincy, Kenneth D. Evans, et al,
county, Florida. Defendant(s),
3, 2005, the
ency filed a Notice of Rescheduled
for' Order of Foreclosure Sale
cause and for
ienl and Order NOTICE IS- HEREBY
re with- the GIVEN pursuant to an,


county Clerk of
Court, Civil
tst Office Box
y, Florida.


Whereas an Order Finding


Probable Cause. has been
personwith a entered by the Court, all
o needs any persons or entities with
tn in order to standing to claim an interest
this prbceed- in the above-described
entitled, at no property shall, no later than
the provision November 2, 2005, show
.assistance. cause by filing with the
act Nicholas Clerk of the Court respon-,
icy, FI 32351, sive pleadings as to why a
county court- Final Judgment and Order
75-8601, with- of Forfeiture should not be
days of your entered against the above-
notice; if you described property. All
or voice claimants are further
11 1-800-955- required to serve a copy of
such pleadings upon DAWN
10/13&20/05c POMPEY WHITEHURST,
Attorney for the City of
Quincy Police Department,


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

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 05-468-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF MAE
FRANCES BRADY,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of MAE FRANCES
BRADY, deceased; File
Number 05-468-CPA -is
pending in the Circuit Court
for Gadsden County, florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 10 East
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351 (Post Office
Box 1649, Quincy, Florida
32353-1649). The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of the
decdent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,


at Knowles & Randolph,
P.A., 215 South Monroe
Street,. Suite 130,
Tallahassee, Florida 32301,
within said time period.
Failure to file and serve
such pleadings within said
time period shall result in an
entry of default.

Dated this10 day of
October, 2005.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of The Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
10/13&20/05C


In the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit, In
and For Gadsden County,
Florida

PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-470-CPA

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
PATRICIA RICHARDSON,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of PATRICIA
RICHARDSON, deceased,
File Number 05-470-CPA, is
pending in the Circuit Court
for Gadsden County, Florida
Probate Division, the
address of which is 10 E.
Jefferson St., Quincy,
Florida 32361. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against


13, 2004. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

Any interested person on
whom a copy of the notice
of administration is served
must object to the validity of
the will (or any codicil), qual-
ifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court, by
filing a petition or other
pleading requesting relief in
accordance with the Florida
Probate Rules, WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THE NOTICE ON
THE OBJECTING: PER-
SON, OR THOSE OBJEC-
TIONS ARE FOREVER
BARRED.

Any person entitled to
exempt property is required
to file a petition for determi-
nation of exempt property
WITHIN THE TIME PRO-
VIDED BY LAW OR THE
RIGHT TO EXEMPT PROP-
ERTY,, IS DEEMED
WAIVED. any person enti-
tled to elective share is
required to file an election to
take elective share WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Michael Rayne FBN:
056878
Law Offices of Michael
Rayne, LLC
327 Office Plaza Drive,
Suite 106
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-
2786
(850) 224-2999 Fax (850)
224-2799
Attorney for Petitioner

Personal Representative:
'Byron C. Stephens
7215 Bucking Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32310
Oct. 20 & 27/05C


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

CASE NO.: 05-254-CAB
FLORIDA BAR NO.: 083569

CHARLES W. FIELD, AS
TRUSTEE OF THE'
CHARLES W. FIELD
REVOCABLE TRUST
PLAINTIFF,

VS.


Order ., Resclhqdlip ,'DOD WOODFAULK, PER-
Foreclosure Sale dated SONAL GUARANTOR,
October 10, ,2005; and AND AS PRESIDENT OF
enteredin Case' NO. 2005- AMBASSADOR GROUP
249-CA-B of the Circuit OF TALLAHASSEE, INC;
Court of the SECOND DEFENDANTS.
Judicial Circuit in and for
Gadsden County, Florida NOTICE OF SALE
wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, FA SUC- NOTICE IS HEREBY
CESSOR BY MERGER TO GIVEN pursuant to
BANKUNITED, FSH F/K/A Plaintiff's Final Judgment of
BANK UNITED OF TEXAS, Foreclosure entered in the
FSB, is the Plaintiff and above-captioned action, I
KENNETH D. EVANS; will sell the property situated
UNITED STATES OF. in Gadsden County, Florida,
AMERICA; are the described as follows, to-wit:
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for Begin at a point 20 chains
cash at SOUTHSIDE South of the Southwest cor-
STEPS OF THE GADSDEN ner of the Town of Quincy,.
COUNTY COURTHOUSE according to the original
AT 11:00 a.m. on the 17th survey thereof, and run
day of November, 2005, the thence South 2590 feet for a
following described property POINT OF BEGINNING.
as set forth in said Final From said POINT OF
Judgment: BEGINNING run South 550
feet; thence East 80 feet;
LOT 8, OF. DOGTOWN thence North 20 feet;
ACRES, ACCORDING TO thence West 80 feet to the
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS POINT OF BEGINNING and
RECORDED IN PLAT same being in the
BOOK 2, AT PAGE(S) 47, Southwest 1/4 Section 7,
OF THE PUBLIC Township 2 North, Range 3
RECORDS OF GADSDEN West, Gadsden County,
COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida.

A/K/A Route 2 Box 83A, at public sale, to the highest
Quincy, FL 32351 and best bidder, for cash, at
the South Door of the
WITNESS MY HAND and Courthouse, in Quincy,
the seal of this Court on Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
October 13, 2005 1st day of November, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Court.

(SEAL) (SEAL)

Betty Sue Sadberry By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk
Oct. 20 & 27/05 10/1 3&20/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN FLORIDA
AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-450-CPA
PROBATE DIVISION DIVISION: Probate
FILE NO. 05-470-CPA
IN RE: ESTATE OF WAR-
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF REN MONROE RADFORD,
PATRICIA RICHARDSON, Deceased.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
ADMINISTRATION
(Intestate) The administration of the
estate of WARREN MON-
The administration of the ROE RAD FORD,
estate of PATRICIA deceased, is pending in the
RICHARDSON, deceased, Circuit Court for Gadsden
is pending in the Circuit County, Florida, Probate
Court of Gadsden County, Division, the address of
Florida, Probate Division, which is Gadsden County
the address of which is 10 Courthouse, Quincy,
E. Jefferson Street, Quincy, Florida, 32351, with a mail-
Florida 32351. The estate is ing address of Post Office
intestate and the date of the Box 1649, Quincy, Florida,
decedent's dated November 32353. The estate is testate


and the date of the dece-
dent's Will and any Codicils
are March 25, 1975. The
name and address of the
personal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney is set forth
below.
All interested persons on
whom a copy of this Notice
of Administration is served
must object to the validity of
the will (or any codicil), qual-
ifications of the personal
representative, venue or
jurisdiction of this Court, by
filing a petition or other
pleading requesting relief in
accordance with the Florida
Probate Rules, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
-NOTICE ON THE OBJECT-
ING PERSON. OR THOSE
OBJECTIONS ARE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
Any person entitled to
exempt property is required
to file a Petitioin for determi-
nation of exempt property
WITHIN THE TIME PRO-
VIDED BY LAW OR THE
RIGHT TO EXEMPT PROP-
ERTY IS DEEMED
WAIVED. Any person enti-
tled to elective share is
required to file an election to
take elective share WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW OR THE RIGHT TO
CLAIM AN ELECTIVE
SHARE IS DEEMED
WAIVED.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MICHAEL K. MCCORMICK
Attorney-At-Law
Florida Bar No: 0020893
38 Decatur Street
Chattahoochee, Florida
32324
Telephone: 850-663-3865

Personal Representative:
DIANE R. JAMES
SPO Box 266
Chattahoochee, FL 32324
10/20&27/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-450-CPA
DIVISION: Probate

IN RE: ESTATE OF WAR-
REN MONROE RADFORD,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS


The administration of the
estate of WARREN MON-
i .RIOiEwR-A.D.F O RD ,
'decease,riepp date of,
death was February 22,
2005 and whose Social
Security Number is 261-21-
9404, is pending, in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, Probate
Division,' the address of
which is Gadsden County.
Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida, 32351, with a mail-
ing address of Post Office
Box 1649, Quincy, Florida,
32353.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
home a copy of this notice
is required to be served
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the
decendent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITH-
IN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.


ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of the first publi-
caton of this Notice is
October 20, 2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MICHAEL K. MCCORMICK
Attomey-At-Law
Florida Bar No: 0020893
38 Decatur Street
Chattahoochee, Florida
32324
Telephone: 850-663-3865

Personal Representative:
DIANE R. JAMES
PO Box 266
Chattahoochee, FL 32324
10/20&27/05c


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

Case No.: 05-1132-DRA
Division: Family Law

Debbie L. Hebert,
Petitioner

and

David Alan Hebert,
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE

TO David Alan Hebert,
Hillsborough County

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 Debbie L.
Hebert, whose address is
1925 Shady Oaks Drive,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
on or before November 17,
2005, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at
Civil 'Dept. PO Box 1649,
Quincy, FL 32353 before
service on Petitioner or
immediately Ihereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default,
may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in,
the petition.

- i,CCoies of all courl docu-
mernls in incs case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
.office. You may review-
these documents upon
request.

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may 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 11, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Arnita Green
Deputy Clerk
10/20,27,11/03,10/05p


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Cynthia Watkins and timber wolf alpha male Shaman.


Wolves


Continued from Page 22

a human's death. Wolves in the
wild tend to steer clear of humans.
Native Americans considered the
wolf to be their "brother" and
respected the wolf's right to hunt.
Even at Seacrest the wolves who
are raised with human contact are
leery of a new face. If you enter
their sanctuary they will pace and
watch a visitor until they become
comfortable. In the wild they
would run away.
Wolves, and sheep and cattle
farmers have always had an ongo-
ing feud. As man has encroached
on the wolves territory (wolves
can range over as much as 250
square miles) conflicts have arisen.
Bounties were put on wolves.and
many were killed, nearly wiping
the species out entirely.
Even today there is still a con-
flict with the wolves that are
allowed to roam free. Wolves nor-
mally eat deer, antelope and
smaller mammals. As those ani-
mals drop in population wolves
look for a new food source. Sheep
and cattle fit into that category and
have become prey of wolf packs.
There is an ongoing battle between
the ranchers and wolf preservers to
stop wolves from being re-intro-
duced into the wild.
Thus the need for the wolf pre-
serves.
Seacrest was established to .--
propagate the twolf species. Four
puppies were recently sent to Jim
Fowler's-Animal-Park in Stone
Mountain, Georgia.
Watkins said that today it is
important to make sure the wolves
are comfortable being around
humans. The puppies are taken at
ten days old, Watkins said, and
bottle fed to make sure they are
acclimated to humans.
"We want to make sure they are
conditioned to human handling,"
Watkins said.
There is a lot of work that has to
be done at the preserve, Watkins
said and she depends heavily on
volunteers.
Regan Meyers and her son
Nicholas Meyers from Quincy are


avid supporters of the Seacrest
Wolf Preserve and volunteer many
hours a month. .
"We love working with the
wolves," Regan said. Regan, who
is of Native American heritage,
said she felt a close kinship with
the wolves. Like her ancestors, the
wolves were forced into near
extinction. Working with the
wolves today, she said, gives her a
sense of putting back something.
Nicholas, 9, has grown up
around many of the wolves at
Seacrest and now enjoys the cama-
raderie of his timber wolf friends,
Makuee and Legend. "It is fun,"
he said.
Rebecca Martin from Bay
County is a Seacreast volunteer
and loves working with the
wolves.. She said that she needed.
an outlet and saw the preserve on
,a local access TV station and
decided to volunteer.
"It is such a positive atmos-
phere," Martin said about working
with the wolves.
Seacreast is a 501(C)3 non-
profit organization and depends on.
contributions from individuals and
organization that want to see the
wolves are allowed to continue.
"Our goal is to pro\ ide a safe,
humane habitat for these wolves,"
Watkins said.
In addition to a place to live
Seacrest also has embarked on an
educational quest to inform north
Florida and south Alabama stu-
dents about the importance of
wolves.-' --
"We have a lot of interaction
with the local schools," Watkins
said.
Watkins said that Seacrest will
provide teachers with lesson plans
about wolves and that the preserve
is available for interactive visits by
students and adults.
"There are species becoming
extinct every 24 hours and people
need to be aware that once a
species is extinct it is gone for-
ever," Watkins said.
If you would like to learn more
about Seacrest Wolf Preserve, you
can go online at seacrestwolfpre-
serve.org. If you are interested in a
field trip or other activity at
Seacrest you can contact Watkins
at 850-773-2897.


Midway sets

Oct. 24 school

meeting
In accordance with the request of
the Gasden County School Board
and Gadsden County Superinten-
dent of Schools, there will be an
public meeting with regard to a
public charter school at 6:30 p.m.
on Monday, Oct. 24, 2005 at the
City of Midway Fire Department.

Pumpkin decorating
at Quincy post office
The United States Postal Service
is doing its part to save the pump-
kins!
On Oct. 22, 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
kids 6 to 12 are invited to bring their
pumpkins into the Quincy post
office and decorate them using the
provided Hershey candies and glue.
No cutting allowed, save the pump-
kins!
The best decorated pumpkin will
receive a prize. For more informa-
tion call the Quincy post office at
627-8490, ask for Malinda Butler.'


Chattahoochee gets hike in water, sewer


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

SIt is now official City of Chatta-
hoochee residents will see a slight
raise in their water and sewage bills

Fashion show,

lunch benefits

Gadsden Arts

Center

,by ALICE DU POINT
Times Editor
The Third Annual Gadsden Arts
Fashion Show and Luncheon was
held Saturday and from the applause
of more than 100 women attending.
this was one for the books.
The beautiful fashions, courtesy of
Turner's Fine Clothing in Ml-lnice
GA,,ran the gamut from sports ar
to evening wear.
Local models set off the .show and
added to the atmosphere with their
own twists and turns and showed off
the fashions in the best light.
"I think this is a wonderful show
and its good for the community,"
Said. Grace Malloy, executive direc-
tor of the art center.
Called "Stepping Out In Style",thie
show was chaired by Juliane Hack-
ney and Debbie Maxwell, and the
models were coordinated by Ellen
Bryant. The food, by Joyce Gardner,
featured strawberry basil chicken
breast salad, rosemary focaccia, and
a choice of dessert cakes, coordi-
nated by Debbie Edgil.
The "Stepping 'Out In Style"
vignettes included Brown is the


starting in January.
The council approved on final read-
ing the ordinance to raise the water
to $.97 per 1000 gallons of water
and sewer to 265 percent of the
water charge or about $2.57 per


1000. For residential use the sewer
charge, is capped 'at $36.50, but
there is no cap on commercial use.
Concerning utility bills, city man-
ager Lee Gamer had some bad news
for the city council about rising fuel


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Photo by Alice DuPont
Martha Thomas models a white tuxedo by designer Bill Blass.


New Black, Scenes of Green,
Bohemian Trend, Coats of Many
Colors, and All That Glitters. Fol-
lowing intermission, six more
vignettes were presented including a
mini-lesson of how to mix and
match any wardrobe.,
Ann Carlton, owner of Turner's
Fine Clothing, gave tips on fashion
do's and don't's throughout the two
hour presentation to more than 200
guests.
"Fashion is not a religion," Carlton


said, as she encouraged women to
take fashion from day to evening
just by changing a few accessories
and garments.
Models ranged in age from grand-
mothers to teenagers. Carlton said it
had been a joy working with the
women over the last three months
getting ready for the show.
Malloy s;ad that While a final tally
will come later. in the week, she
'feels the show went "very well"
financially.


cost and possible rising utility bills.
According to Garner there are;
expected increases in natural .gas
charges for the winter season
because of the two recent hurricanes.
that hit the Gulf Coast. That area 'f-
the country produces a substantial
amount of natural gas and the distih-
bution and production facilities
have been damaged.
Garner said that the city had hedged:
(bought ahead) some natural gas 'at
$10 a unit. The hedging will hip.
keep the cost from rising some, but
with the volatile market, Garner said
the city's customers would need '.id
conserve to save, on their energy'
bills.
In other business:
* Several council members were
concerned about the city losing Dr.
Jetton from the city medical facility
Garner said that three doctors had
shown interest in moving into the
facility and he was working with
Jdcnm to insure that doctor would
be in place by November 30.
* Garner told council members that
survey work had been completed on
a proposed location for the new
Chattahoochee Public Library. Gar-
ner said the proposed site was across
from the Chattahoochee Elementary.
School on Maple Street.
* There will be a Pow Wow held at
the city's River Park on October 28,
29, and 30 from 10a.m. until 9 p.m-.
daily.
* Garner said that the planned drag
boat race had been postponed until
next Spring.
* The following city employees.
received service awards from the
city: Terry Manuel-5 years; Harold,
Jackson-10 years; Lt. Fred O'Brian-
20 years; Henry Black-25 years. ~,


Nlet i members to please attend.
( eTrfl Flu shots available


Baton practices
Baton twirling practices is now
going on at The Comunity Learning
Institute at 523 Pat Thomas Park-
way Quincy, Florida. If you are
interested please call (850) 627-
8150 for more information.
Practice days are every Thursday
from 5:30pm-6:30pm and Saturday
from 10am-noon. All twirlers will
be trained to compete in various
competitions and different events.

2005 Betts Reunion
Descendants of Philo & Elizabeth
Betts will hold the 2005 Betts
Reunion on Sunday October 30,
2005 at Franklin Baptist Church in
Bettstown, Ga. Church services start
at 11:00 AM. Covered dish lunch at
1:00 PM with business meeting dur-
ing lunch. Bring dish large enough
.to feed your family plus one more.
Returning Guest Speaker Edwin
buke.

Class of 1971 news
The class of 1971 will be having a
lass meeting on Sunday, Oct. 23 at
p.m. at the home of Lindsay
nderson. We are asking class


at Gadsden County

Health Department
The Gadsden County Health
Department is now making appoint-
ments for the flu vaccine. No walk-
ins will be accepted. Please call 875-
7200 ext. 301 to schedule your
appointment. The cost is $10.00 or if
you have Medicare Part B it will
cover the cost. Please bring your
Medicare Part B card with you. No
other forms of insurance will be
accepted. Shots for children 18 and
under are free.
The Centers for Disease Control
(CDC) recommend that anyone over
65 years old, those with a long-term
health problem, pregnant womeh, or
anyone living with or caring for one
or more children less than 6 months
of age should get a flu shot. Also it
is recommended that children 6 to
23 months of age or children with a
long-term medical condition get a
flu shot. For more information, ask
your healthcare provider or call 800-
CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) or go to
www.cdc.gov/flu.

Concord Pilau
The annual Concord Pilau will be
held Thursday, Nov. 10, Highway
157 beginning at 5 p.m.
The price is $7 a plate for adults, $4
for children 6-12 (under 6 eat free).


Pilau, coleslaw, crackers, dessert,
tea and coffee. All proceeds go
for the upkeep of the concord Ceme-
tery. For information call'Don Vick-
ers at (850) 539-6270 .

Artist Dean Mitchell
raises funds for
hurricane relief effort
Dean Mitchell, one of America's
most highly regarded artists, has
recently contributed over $8,000.00
to the Hurricane Katrina Relief
Effort of the American Red Cross.
Widely known for his penetrating
watercolors of the New Orleans
French Quarter, Mitchell was hon-
ored with a one-man exhibition and
sale at The Red Piano Art Gallery of
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina,
Sept. 22 through Oct. 12.
Over half of the exhibition
included subjects from the French
Quarter and Mitchell, moved by the
devastation of the historic city by
hurricane Katrina, decided to con-
tribute 10% of all sales from the
exhibition to the American Red
Cross relief effort.

Forest Hills pumpkin
patch is now open
The Pumpkin Patch at Forest Hills
United Methodist Church is now
open! The Patch is open daily and
has a great selection of pumpkins,
gourds and decorative items. The
church is located at 1729 West King


Street in Quincy and will have
pumpkins through October 31.

GOP meeting
The Executive Committee of the
Gadsden .County Republican Party
will hold its monthly meeting on
Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. The'
meeting, held at the Gadsden
County Hospital in Quincy, is open
to all Republicans. For more infor-
mation call 562-5011 or 875-6204.

Quincyfest logo
contest now open
The Quincyfest committee is spon-
soring a logo design competition for
next year's "Quincyfest presents
Blues and Barbecue" to be held on
May 6, 2006.
Design and draw a logo for next
year's Quincyfest "Blues and Barbe-
cue" Festival and be eligible to win
$250 in the adult competition and
$100 in the children's division. In
addition, each winning logo will be
used on the official 2006 Quincyfest
T-Shirt.
Deadline for the contest is
Wednesday, Nov. 30. The adult con-
test is open to anyone, and the chil-
dren's contest is open to any Gads-
den County student 18 years of age
and under.
The logo design promoting blues
music and a barbecue cook-off
should include the following infor-
mation:
"Quincyfest presents Blues and


Barbecue"
Saturday, May 6, 2006
Courthouse Square in Historic
Downtown Quincy, FL
Your entry must be received no
later than Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 5
p:m. at Quincy City Hall, ATTN:
Quincyfest Logo Contest, 404 W.
Jefferson St., Quincy, FL 32351.
Include your name, address, and
phone number. Students must also
include your age, grade level, and
school name. For more information
call 850-627-7681 ext. 226.

Powwow Oct. 28-30
at Chattahoochee
Wandering Bear and the City of
Chattahochee proudly present the
2nd Intertribal Native American
Powwow at Chattahoochee City
Park on the beautiful Apalachicola
River. There will be continuous
activity daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
with dance shows, blanket trading,
intertribal and Creek stomp dancing,
auction, raffle items and more.
There will be a Halloween trick or
treat from 4 to 5 p.m. Oct. 29 for
candy only.'
This is a family event, no drugs or
alcohol permitted. All animals must
stay on your own campsite.. Family
camping is available on the pow-
wow grounds.
Host drum is Descendants. All
drums and dancers welcome. Head
Man is Rocky Two Feathers; Head
Ladies, Nicole and Trouble's. MC is


Robert Germain; coordinator of
Traders, Wandering Bear.
For additional information call,
Billy Johnson, Powwow Director, at
850-663-2798. If river is flooded
powwow will be at the local footbgli
field.

Shanks Class of 1982
The Shanks Class of 1982 will haef "
its regular monthly meeting Sundy,''
Oct. 23 at 4:00 p.m. in the Shanks.'
parking lot. Please plan to attend. '
Also upcoming events for the class',
are as follows: Oct. 24 Collection-.
starts for our annual food drive&.
Please drop off all non-perishable.'
items at the home of Cynthia Henry.
Anyone interested in making a food
donation to the Class of 1982 should
contact Cynthia at 627-3966.
Oct. 30 -Invitation from Class f '
1977 to attend a benefit program for
their classmate, Alvin Wells, at 4:00
at Mount Zion P.B. Church, Quincy.
Nov. 5 Family Day. Classmates,'
plan to take your kids, nieces,
nephews, friends, spouses, etc. t''
FAMU vs. NC A&T football gargej,
at 4:00. Contact Daniel Wells at.,
875-3277 about getting discounted.'
tickets.
November 18-20 Florida Classic -
Weekend Get-a-Way in, Orlando.
FAMU vs. BCC football game and.,
other events. Dianne Wynn-Hart is,
in charge of this event. All of these
events and other items will be dis-
cussed at the upcoming meeting.


Photo by Byron Spires.
Putting for LEARNS
A pair of golfers take their turn on the green while others prepare to tee off below them during the Gadsden County
Chamber of Commerce's golf tournament Friday at the Quincy Country Club. The Englehardt team came out do
top of the 15-team field. Thornton Williams was the winner of the golf cart. The tournament benefitted the Gadg"
den LEARNS scholarship program.


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22 Gadsden County Times October 20, 2005


in the past few years begun to stabilize in numbers.
Wolves were put on the Federal Endangered Species
list and recently reclassified to threatened. The efforts
of a handful of concerned environmentalist have
played a vital part in saving the wolves.
North Florida houses the only wolf preserve in the
southeastern United States.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve is located near Wacissa in
Holmes County an hour's drive west from Quincy.
Founded in 1999 by Cynthia and Wayne Watkins,
Seacrest is located on the pair's 43-acre ranch. Seacrest
is the home for three species of wolves including the,
grey timber, British Columbia (black) and Arctic. Six-
teen wolves and six wolf-dog crosses currently live at
Seacrest. The Watkins do not have any red wolves.


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"We wanted to help the wolves find a place in this
world," Cynthia Watkins said.
A lot of people, Watkins said, had the wrong impres-
sion of wolves. There is less than a one percent differ-
ence genetically between a wolf and domesticated dog.
In the wild they live and hunt in family groups called
packs with an alpha male and female as the pack lead-
ers. They have a pecking order and are very social ani-
mals, Watkins said.
"They are not the wolves that you read about in Red
Riding Hood, that are not going to get you," Watkins
said. There have been few known encounters between
Wolves and humans in the past 500 years that ended in
See WOLVES on Page 21

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By BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer
The moon rises above the horizon and casts a dim
light across the dark rolling hills. In the distance the
ho\\ 1 of a red wolf welcoming his friend, the moon, to
the night. The sound penetrates the hills thick with pine
trees and scrub oaks.
A herd of deer graze under the light of the moon and
at the sound of the wolf, their ears perk up and their
tails twitch.
The cool fall air grows quiet and for a moment noth-
ing stirs. The sound of a possum climbing a persimmon
tree breaks the silence. A half eaten persimmon hits the
ground and everything slowly moves back to normal.
The great alpha wolf, the leader of his pack, moves
slowly through the wood towards his intended prey.
Each wolf in the pack knows its place and what to do.
No orders are given, no responses are required only
that they follow their leader. Their instincts tell them
what to do and every step is calculated for what they
will do next.
The alpha male raises his head and sniffs the air. His
tail stands at attention it is hiS sign that he is in'


charge. No other male will question his authority, he is
in charge and they will follow his every step.
He positions his pack downwind from their prey and
inches closer and closer.
The alpha male lurches forward in a burst of energy
with the pack close behind. The wolves circle the deer
herd driving the weakest deer from the rest. It is over
as quickly as it started and the feasting begins. The
alpha male eats first,, then the alpha female, the rest fall
in pecking order to dine on the evening meal.
No, it's not an episode from a National Geographic
special, it is a real life scenario of a red wolf pack,
hunting here in north Florida a short two hundred years
ago. Red wolves once roamed much of the south,
including the gulf coast area.
Red wolves are the smaller cousins to the great tim-
ber wolves that for thousands of years roamed much of
North America.
Today, wolves are allowed to roam free in only a few
states in the northern part of the country. Wolves have
been delegated to live in compounds and require exten-
sive permitting for their caretakers.
Wolves were hunted to near extinction and have only


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