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by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Gadsden Community Hospital was
shut down Friday night. The action
came on the heels of an investiga-
tion by the state's Agency for Health
Care Administration. A six-page
order, hand delivered to hospital
administrator Alma Jones, outlined
the reasons that the operating
license had been suspended. Jones is
employed by Ashford Community
Health Sytems, LLC, the company
that manages the hospital.
Jones had no comment Friday
night, but rather surrounded herself
with department heads and trusted
staff after her arrival around 7 p.m.
Here are the findings as outlined:
Garbage had accumulated around
the facility at one point in excess of
-15 feet in height. GCH has failed to
pay for garbage disposal service for
up to four months. The accumula-
tion of waste is a clear and present


danger to the public health and
safety. The accumulation of waste is
a health hazard in its attraction of
vermin and unreasonably increases
the risk of spreading illness and dis-
ease.
Laboratory services are not being
adequately provided in violation of
law: Personnel on site did not recog-
nize the person identified as the lab-
oratory director. Patient cultures
awaiting laboratory analysis date
back to samples taken September
2005. Inclusive of the types of labo-
ratory analysis not performed or
processed on said samples include
testing for hepatitis, sexually trans-
mitted disease, pregnancy, urinaly-
sis, systemic infections and wound
care. Lab Corp, a third party
provider of laboratory services, has
not been paid for services since May
2005. The failure and inability to
perform both routine and emergency
laboratory services is a clear and
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Sheriff's deputies and ambulance personnel are the only workers evident at the Gadsden Community Hospital this week after the hospital closed
in the wake of a state inspection. EMT personnel are on hand at the emergency room to handle in-coming emergency patients.


Arrests made in two 'Cold Case' murders


Two men arrested

for 2001 murder of

Tavis Sentel Green
by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

For the second time in a week arrests have been made
in connection with a Gadsden County cold case. Just
after the sun rose on April 25, 2001 in the Sawdust
Community, southwest of Quincy, Tavis Sentel Green,
19, was murdered.
Gabriel Allen James and Quintarius Reshard Shorter,
both 23, were arrested Monday at the county jail after
the Florida Department of Law Enforcement obtained
warrants charging them with first degree murder in
Green's death.
The night before he was shot, neighbors and family


members said Green had been involved in an altercation
with several young men. James and Shorter were among
those in the fight. "Although the two men were consid-
ered suspects in Green's murder, there was insufficient
evidence to charge them at the time," said Phi! Kiracofe.
public information officer for FDLE.
The Green case was one of 16 cold cases profiled ear-
lier this year in the Gadsden County Times. While a can-
didate for sheriff, Morris Young promised to repoen
cold case murder files and work with FDLE to get them
solved. He asked for and got investigative and forensic
help from FDLE.
"The joint investigation into Green's murder recently
turned up fresh leads that helped re-invigorate the case and
produce evidence against James and Shorter," Kiracofe
said. Both men were already in jail on unrelated charges.
"This is pretty much a continuation of our investigations
into the cold cases. Our deputies are still working on them,
as well as the new cases coming in. FDLE is doing a lot of
the follow-up and DNA testing," said Gadsden County
Sheriff Morris Young.


Cannon charged as

woman behind 2003

Wilson murder
by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A 31-year-old Quincy woman, Donna LaFay Cannon,
has been arrested and charged as a principal in the
August 8, 2003, murder of 51-year-old William Moses
Wilson by the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office and the
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). Can-
non is the cousin of Terrell Powell, the teenager charged
in Wilson's murder in March of this year.
Powell, who will be tried as an adult, told agents that
Cannon persuaded him to commit the crime. Powell said
he told Cannon that he "didn't think he should do that"
but said that she begged him to do it. She promised, he
said, to buy him this and that. "And me being so young,


you know what
I'm saying, I was
so easy and con-
vinced," he said.
Powell also
allegedly said that
Cannon called
Wilson an easy
mark.
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and charged based
on the Florida
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Cook, Taylor at opposite ends over Banks contract


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Quincy city manager Willie Earl Banks
was put on notice by commissioner Finley
Cook at Tuesday night's meeting. Cook told
commissioners that he wanted to go on
record saying he would not vote to reaffirm
Banks' contract in January.
He said he had been asking for information
to help him make sound decisions for the
past three and a half years and had not
received what he wanted.
Cook said that residents from all over the
city had asked him when the city was going
to do something about the problems that
keep cropping up with the city.
Cook said he wanted his position concern-
ing the future of the city manager to be
known two months before the manager's
contract negotiations. His major concern, he
said, was that as elected officials it was the
commissioners' responsibility to make sure
that the city was run correctly. Cook said he
put the burden on those commissioners that
reaffirmed Banks as city manager. Cook


said that the City of Quincy was like Cin-
derella at 11:30.
Commissioner Derrick Elias did not say he
would or would not confirm the city man-
agers contract, but he did have a host of con-
cerns for the city. He first said he was con-
cerned about the city's finances. He referred
to the city's recent borrowing of $750,000 to
offset checks that had already been written.
Elias also referred to the recent incident
found by the auditors in a random sampling
of records from the 2003-2004 audit. He
said that if those items were found in a sam-
pling, what would be found if a thorough
investigation were to be done.
Another item that Elias found upsetting he
said was what would be ahead for the city in
the 2004-2005 audit. "We need to dig
deeper," Elias said about possible problems
in the city's finances.
Elias went on to say that the commission
was going to have to ask some tough ques-
tions. "We may need to run some people
off." Elias said that the city may have to take
the attitude of the current FAMU president
and start with a clean slate.


Mayor Sherrie Taylor had concerns over
the city's fate as well, but she reminded the
commissioners that she had been the lone
vote last January to terminate Banks.
Taylor said that she had stood with her fel-
low commissioners on their decision to keep
Banks and during the past year she had seen
improvements.
She said that the finance department had
been upside down and now things were
improving. She added that the audit for
2002-2003 had been three months late and
that this year the 2003-2004 audit was only
three weeks late. She said the city was in a
wreck in 2004, but now things were improv-
ing.
She told Cook that her decision to keep or
release Banks would be her decision. "We
have a right to our own individual deci-
sions," Taylor said. "I see growth," she
added.
She said that she was not receiving any
favors in her district even though her district
had many problems. She said that it would
take the commissioners working together to
solve the city's problems. "I think it is a


blessing to work with this board," Taylor
said.
Cook responded that he understood the 4-1
Vote to retain Banks and felt at the time he
was doing the right thing. His concerns now
were over the 2005 audit and what it may
uncover. Cook reported that residents were
coming to him saying, "you have got to
make a change."
One citizen, Denise Hannah, spoke in sup-
port of Banks. She said that the city's prob-
lems had been around for a long time. Han-
nah said that audits from five years ago had
problems. "We need to work together," Han-
nah said about the commissioners working
with the city manager.
No decision was made concerning the city
manager's position.
In other business:
SThe commissioners were presented a pro-
posal by Architects Design Group Inc. for
the new Quincy police department's loca-
tion. Five sites were presented to the board
as possibilities. The commissioners
approved the following sites in order:
The first choice will be the comer of


Adams and Crawford Streets. The county
owns the property and part of the state
prison building is still located on the prop-
erty. Negotiations with the county will need
to be completed before the site can be used.
The second choice is property on Pat
Thomas Parkway and Laura Street. Most of
the proposed block is owvned by the city.
Two lots on Kent Street would need to be
bought to make the property large enough
for the police station.
The third choice is property also owned by
the city at the Quincy Business Park on Joe
Adams Road. The property is on the south
side of Joe Adams.
* The commissioners approved the sale of
a city-owned vacant lot at 933 W. Jefferson
Street to Carlton Sheffield Sr. for $34,015. *
* Commissioners approved Chastain Skill-
man as the engineer for the FRDAP Grant at
Sunset Park.
* Commissioners heard from a citizen, Lori:
Bouie about the high gas prices in Quincy.
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County is midst of 'legal game' over hospital, Dixon says


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
"We're in the midst of what
amounts to a legal game," said
board of county commission
(BOCC) chairman Ed Dixon Mon-
day morning. He and other com-
missioners were still reeling from
the sudden closure of Gadsden
Community Hospital by the
Agency for Health Care Adminis-
tration. Six pages of deficiencies
led to the emergency suspension of
the license held by Ashford Health
Care, Inc, doing business as Gads-
din Community Hospital.

"If the lights

go out a lot of

medicines will

be ruined"

said one employee.


"You have three things to do:
authorize Gadsden Hospital, Inc. to
become administrators of the hop-
sital, access the hospital trust fund,
and approve the lease between
GHI and the Board of County
Commission," said County Manag-
er Marlon Brown during an emer-
gency called meeting. The meeting
was called to take the necessary
votes to assume control of the hos-
pital and take the first steps toward
getting it operational.
The BOCC voted to approve a
five year lease to GHI. "GHI is a
non-profit organization set up by
the BOCC to operate the hospital,"
said Thornton Williams, county
attorney. Members of the GHI
were appointed by the commission
several months ago when the coun-
ty decided to try to terminate the


manager. True to his word, power
to the hospital was shut off.
One employee asked if they
were still employed.
"Ask Dassee", said Dixon,
adding, "It is our goal to move
seamless through this process. Our
goal is to retain as many employ-
ees as possible."


"We care. The desire of every
member of this board is to see the
hospital reopened. It is an asset to
our community and you guys are
an asset to our community. We're
doing everything we can to get this
situation taken care of," said
commissioner Brenda Holt, who
was once an employee at the hospi-


"GHI has a lot of work to do in
a short time. There are no guaran-
tees, but we're going to do our
best. I don't like going to Leon
County for anything. I don't see
the hospital closing, I see a great
facility reopening." Dixon said.


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Hospital employees talk to
hospital closing.
lease with Ashford Health Care.
The county sued Ashford saying
the company had breached the con-
tract because it had not paid rent
and was in default.
Ashford countersued claiming
the county owed the company
$500,000 for indigent care the hos-
pital has provided. Ashford
did not provide documentation to
support the claim.
Brown said the company could
have been paid if the claim had
been substantiated because the
county has about $11million in a
trust fund established in the 50s by
several wealthy families in Gads-
den County to ensure th operation
of the hospital.
The money can be used if a rec-
ommendation is made by the coun-
ty commission and approved by a
judge. Commissioners plan to
make a recommendation to get the
hospital reopened.
"We want to keep the hospital
open and bring it up to a world
class facility that our citizens
deserve," Dixon said.
But all that must wait until
Williams has a series of meetings
with representatives of AHCA to
determine what the county has to
do to get the doors open again. "I


GCSD deputy Monday about
photo by Alice DuPont
have already set up several meet-
ings with AHCA to find out what
our options are," Williams said.
Some patients who were taken
from the hospital went home with
families and others were taken to
health care facilities in Leon and
Calhoun counties. Some employ-
ees fretted that patient medical
records had not followed them and
that other records could not be
obtained.
"As far as we know, the busi-
ness and administrative offices are
open and you can get the things
you need," Williiams said.
"We were denied access Mon-
day morning," said Alma Jones,
the hospital administrator under
Ashford.
Also during that meeting anoth-
er problem facing the hospital sur-
faced. With the company owning
the city $88,000-plus in utility
bills, the plug was about to be
pulled.
"If the lights go out a lot of
medicines will be ruined," said one
employee.
"The city needs to be paid. They
have a big bill and if it doesn't get
paid by tomorrow (Tuesday) I'm
going to shut the lights off," said
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Two arrested in drug bust in Quincy


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

A careless driving traffic stop net-
ted Quincy police department offi-
cers two drug busts and took
approximately $3500 worth of crack
cocaine off the streets of Quincy.
According to a QPD report, Officer
Michael Graham stopped Samantha
Gee for careless driving. The report
states that Graham explained the
reason for the stop and asked Gee if
there were any illegal weapons or
illegal drugs in the car.
Gee responded that there was
crack cocaine in the car, and pro-
ceeded to show Graham the drugs in
a black plastic bottle.
Graham then placed Gee under
arrest.
Gee had just left her residence on
Cooper Street and Graham asked if
there were any drugs at the house,
and she said yes. The reports said
that Gee voluntarily signed a con-
sent-to-search form for her resi-
dence.
Graham let James Lovette, Gee's
boyfriend, know that they were
entering the house. Upon entering
the house Lovette said," Graham,
you got us, come on."


Havana bingo busted


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

The "Good Times Bingo Par-
lor" at 115 East Eighth Street in
Havana is no more.
According to a press release
from the Havana Police Depart-
ment November 3, at approxi-
mately 10:30 p.m. the Havana
Police Department in conjunction
with the Leon County Sheriff's
department executed a search
warrant at Good Time Bingo in
regards to alleged violations of
state bingo laws.
In addition a search warrant
was also executed at the residence
of Linda Ledbetter in Tallahassee
to obtain evidence of violations of


bingo laws.
The Havana Police department
is currently analyzing the infor-
mation gathered during the search
to determine if any arrest will be
made for violating the State of
Florida Statues regarding lawful
bingo operation.
The investigation is still ongo-
ing a spokesperson for the Havana
Police Department said.
The press release also listed
two other incidents during the
week of October 30 thru Novem-
ber 5. These included a vehicle
burglary on the 300 block of Fifth
Ave. and an arrest for possession of
cocaine on the 700 block of US
27.


QPD officers Marcus Dixon and Michael Graham with Cody survey drugs taken in the recent drug bust.
photo by Byron Spires


Lovette provided Graham with two
white plastic bottles containing sev-
eral pieces of suspected crack
cocaine. There were several subjects
in the home at the time of Lovette's


arrest, but no other arrests were
made.
According to QPD investigator
Marcus Dixon, who worked the case
with Graham, Gee has been charged


with drug trafficking, possession
with intent to traffic crack cocaine.
Lovette is charged with drug traf-
ficking and drug possession and
intent to sell crack cocaine.


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Times Staff Writer

"I am excited that this project is
finally underway," Quincy mayor
Sherrie Taylor said as she sur-
veyed the work being done at the
Stewart Street bridge.
The bridge, which is located in
Taylor's district, has been impass-
able for over six months.
"I'm very happy," Taylor said.
The demolition of the old bridge
was started by the Gadsden
County road and bridge depart-
ment last week. The city and
county have signed an interlocal
agreement for the county's
involvement in the demolition of
the bridge, Taylor said.
She hopes the bridge will be the
beginning of several partnerships
the county and city could work
together on.
"I look forward to more joint
partnerships to improve our
county."
The county was to complete the
demolition of the old bridge by
removing the culverts and prepar-


ing for the city's contractor to start
installation of the bridge. The
county's involvement has helped
cut the cost of the overall project,
Taylor said.
Taylor said it has been a con-
certed effort on the part of the
commissioners, city staff and the
county that the work on the bridge
was able to start. The price, she
said, to repair the bridge has risen
over the past few months because
of the recent hurricanes and the
demand for raw materials.
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OPINIONS


S ontemplations


By: Alice DuPont .


Hospital take-over may be a good thing


finding Roads


By: Byron Spiresi


Where do we go from here ?


It may not seem like it, but the temporary
closing of the county's hospital might be a
blessing in the long run. For the immediate
future it doesn't look so good. The hospital was
closed last Friday night by Florida Agency for
Health Care Administration (AHCA).
Representatives of AHCA released six pages
of violations as,reason for closing the facility.
As I sat there and observed employees come in
the early evening they spoke to each other in
whispered tones. I guessed that they were dis-
cussing what was in store for them as related to
employment. The decision had been made by
AHCA and there was little they could do. For
some of them the concern was for "their"
patients as well.
Family members had been called and given
the news that the facility was closing. As fam-
ily members began to arrive, they headed for
the rooms occupied by their loved ones, all old
and many frail. Once they were satisfied that
their loved ones were okay, they looked for
answers. Unfortunately there were no answers
available Friday night.
The good that I see coming of this is that the
county will take over operating the hospital via
the Board of Directors made up of local people.
This should have,happened a long time ago.
This isn't the first time that a management
company hired to manage the hospital has
proved not to be the best thing for our commu-
nity. Most hospitals were once owned and man-
aged by the county. But somewhere along the
line. between high insurance premiums; law-
suits, and federal funding going to regional
hospital, county governing bodies felt it made
good financial sense to just hire someone else
to take on the headaches.
Some places may have enjoyed success with


Pass It On

The torch has been passed and w\e
must pass it on. We as parents and
grandparents have the responsibility
and obligation as the Bible tells us
to teach our children and our chil-
dren's children. We must teach them
to hsten. think and follow the rules.
Charitr starts at home. Home is the
beginning of the 'assembly line.
When our children.leave home, they
have our stamp of approval on them
- whether good or bad. We must
teach our children the love and
respect for themselves and their fel-
low peers, both young and old.
I believe that it takes a community
to teach our children. First, the par-
ents, then the Church, and finally
the school. Teachers can not teach
unless the torch.has been passed
down from ithe older generation, If
we want to be proud parents and
grandparents, we must teach our
children. We do not have' perfect
children, but we as parents, grand-
parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins,
must work together to teach them to
work toward perfection.


management companies, but not Gadsden
County. There have been problems with every
company that the county has had an agreement
with to manage the hospital. It seems that for
the past 15 years, almost like clockwork every
few years, there is a crisis with whatever com-
pany is managing the facility. None, of course,
has been this bad. This is the first time the hos-
pital has been shut down.
The good thing is that the county will now
operate it. When it re-opens,' the new manage-
ment will be people who live and work here. It
will be run by people who have a vested inter-
est in what is best for our community, not what
is best for the stockholders of the company. The
incentive will be good, solid health care instead
of solid profits at any cost.
There are other reasons we must re-open and
quickly.
Economic development is paramount. But
what company is going to re-locate here or
even start up here if there is no hospital?
Employers want to know that there is someone
to help within a reasonable distance if someone
is hurt on the job.
It's hard to convince a young family to buy a
home in a city with no hospital. It's even harder
to convince a retiree to move to a city with no
hospital.
We will get Gadsden's hospital back up and
running. It may not be next week, but it's com-
ing. The board of county commissioners has
learned that there is no easy way out of this and
Shave decided once and for all to step up to0the
plate and handle business. The business they
were elected to do.
The people of this county deserve a hospital
run by good people who care about them,


Many of our children are out of
control. We as a community must
break this cycle if we want our chil-
dren and our community to survive.
We were not raised this way by our
parents and grandparents.
I hereby challenge .my class of
Carter-Parramore and all classes of
Gadsden County who are parents
and grandparents to teach our chil-
dren to do better both mentally and
physically both at home and at
school. PASS IT ON.

Chester Davis, Captain, United
States Air Force Retired


King Street Blues

Dear Editor:,

-I am writing on behalf of several
families in the Burmah Heights and
East King Street area. Each year,
Halloween has become increasingly
more difficult to manage. This year
it was an absolute disgrace! We
enjoy seeing the local children
dressed up and having fun going
door-to-door Trick-or-Treating, but
more and more people have been
hauling children in from other parts
of the county. This makes for a very.
expensive' undertaking for home-
owners in this community and we
have no say or choice in the matter.
It is not uncommon to spend $100 or
more on candy just to keep up with
the demand: Many of the kids com-
ing into the neighborhood are
teenagers who are not even in cos-
tumes, and many of them are carry-
ing backpacks to fill up with candy.
These big kids are often very rude,
practically run over the small chil-
dren and rarely say thank you. Due
to the increasingly large number of
Trick-or-Treaters, many homeown-
ers choose to dole out only one
piece of candy per child, but the
nasty looks and rude comments we
receive for this are just about
enough to make them pack it up and
go inside. We personally witnessed
two adults Trick-or-Treating! Is
there an age limit on Trick-or-Treat-
ing? If not, can we impose one?


This is an event for younger chil-
dren and each year more and more
of us are choosing ndt to participate
simply because of this unpleasant-
ness.
The Quincy Police Department
followed through on their promise
to block off part of King Street.
Exactly whose bright idea was this?
This helped keep walking families
on King Street safer by permitting
fewer vehicles to drive through that
particular area, but it imposed
another type of burden on folks who
live there. One homeowner was
told he could not turn the corner and
go to his home, but had to go all the
way around through the back of the
neighborhood. This actually put
another vehicle into an already over-
crowded area. People know how to
come into the neighborhood from a
variety of avenues and so the place
was filled with spectators as well as
people hauling kids around. There
were traffic jams at every corner and
people dodging vehicles throughout
the neighborhood. MNany local par-
ents drive their children through the
neighborhood and this constant
stream of vehicles poses a problem
for the walking traffic.
What can be done to alleviate the
Carnival atmosphere that has taken
over Halloween in this area? What
used to be a fu, .highly-anticipated
evening has become a real pain in
the neck...and wallet!

Dan Gatlin, Family, and Many
Other Residents Affected by this
Melee


One Man's Opinion

We the tax payers of Gadsden
County should be kept informed of
what is going on in the city, county
and the school system. "Superinten-
dent" James is a strong advocate of
parental involvement and commu-
nity partnerships. Yet his statement
in last week's Gadsden County
Times indicates that we do not need
to know what is going on in our
schools. He actually said that the


What is in the future for Gadsden County?
That is a question that I have been pondering for
a couple of years now and I really don't know what
that future may hold.
What I do know is that there will be some
changes. Whether they will be for good or bad
depends a lot on what is done over the next 12 to
18 months.
Gadsden County is at real cross roads for growth.
At a recent Gadsden County Planning and Zoning
board meeting therewere a half-dozen land use
changes discussed. That, coupled with what has
already transpired over the last year with land use
changes, paints a picture of a county in transition.
We can no longer say it is not going to happen,
because it is here.
Florida has more than doubled in population in
the past fifteen years and for the most part we have
missed the phenomenal growth. During that.same
period of time Gadsden County has shown no
growth and has barely kept a level population.
There are a number of reasons I believe we are
now on the threshold of a population increase. First
and foremost, we are in Florida and truthfully, it
was bound to happen.
.Second, and almost as importantly, is our location
next to Leon County. Leon has been growing pretty
much as the state has grown. Now people are look-
ing for an alternative to the high prices associated
with living in Leon County.
Gadsden County's location next to Leon County
has already started a housing boom of sorts in the
eastern part of the county. It actually started about
fifteen or twenty years ago, but has escalated in the
last two or three years. All you need to do is take a
ride out Shad\ Rest Road, to see what I'm talking
about.
Someone asked me if the sudden interest in Gads-
den County was also happening across North
Florida. For the most part it has. Like Gadsden
County, a few counties have missed the, first phase
of Florida's growth.
Which is the third reason I see the growth com-
ing. I believe we will reap the immigration of
south Floridians who are escaping the crowds of
the southern part of the state.
Most of them will be second or third generation
Floridians who want to retire somewhere not so
crowded. They can also sell their homes or land in
south Florida and buy something here and have
money left over.
SAgain ask some of the newcomers and you'll be
surprised at where they are moving from.
The fourth reason is probably the most obvious.
Gadsden County has some of the best land in north
Florida. If that were not so, then why was it used
for agriculture for two hundred years? We still
have one of the largest agriculture counties in the
state.
They tell me that in real estate the three most


horrible brawl that occurred at West
Gadsden High School should not
have been mentioned to the media.
ome of the Gadsden County citizens
should not know what is going on
because they do not have direct
access to this type of information.
So why not report it in the newspa-
per? He has proudly accepted acco-
lades for the academic improvement
in the county. In reality he had noth-
ing to do with the improvement. The
improvements are the direct results
of the previous administration.
James and School Board Members
stand up, accept the challenge and
address the issues. Another thing is
the fact that you all steadfastly sup-
port Green's school of ill hopes. The
Community Learning Center
(TCLC). I personally know that
Green has told parents that the chil-
dren can be placed in higher grades.
But what happens when they return
to school? What can they really do
with their TCLC diplomas? The
only decision that you have made,
with regards to regularity, were to
continue cronyism (hiring bogus
personnel). I do agree that parents
should become involved. They need
to find out what is going on and ask
questions about how things affect
their children's learning and learn-
ing environment.


Rudolph G. Thomas


important factors in selling property are; location,
location and location. We got that covered very
well. Think about this: we have two rivers, two
lakes, a major metropolitan city next door, and
interstate no more that twenty minutes away from
most places in Gadsden County.
And we are not much over an hour from the best
beaches in the world.
There are a few that will say that even with all
that, we have a lot of problems. Yes, we have our
share, but so do other communities. Even with the
problems we are going to see the growth. How we
handle that growth is the real issue now.
Let me say that I am not opposed to growth. I
think that the future of Gadsden County's citizens
depends on growth. Any preacher will tell you that
a church that is not growing is actually dying.
Gadsden County needs the growth to survive. The
question then becomes, as I see it, what kind of
growth do we want.
It is a thin line I'm afraid that Gadsden County
needs to tread..
We can not let the growth overwhelm us, but at
the same time we can not sit on our duffs and let it
slide by either.
There are a few things already in place that if
used correctly could be part of our answer.
On the business side of growth, is Gadsden
County's Enterprise Zones. These are areas along
the county's main thoroughfares, like US 90 and
US 27, that have already been designated for com-
mercial use. In addition, any business that locates
with in those zones qualifies for a lot of extra tax
and employment help.
On the residential, some hard choices are going to
`'h eav foe i jiade- 'hink one that should be out in :.
front is how we deal with septic tanks. Something
has got to be done to slow down the number of
septic tanks coming to Gadsden County. And, yes,
I have a septic tank.
We probably already have too many as it is. We
have been lucky in the past and have good sandy
soil that will take care of an average septic tank,
but if we allow thousands and thousands more, it
may not work as well.
They have already reached that point in south
Florida. Now most of the counties require central
sewage systems. I realize they are not a hundred
percent safe either, but they do work better than
thousands of septic tanks.
If you think I'm killing a bull here about septic
tanks and sewage look at the recent problems with
Wakulla Springs. The problem is not going to go
away, if anything it is going to get a lot worse.
Requiring central sewer systems would slow
down the growth I think to a manageable number
and save our resources at the same time.
When you get right down to it, we only have
tomorrow to worry about it, a week from now may
be too late.


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Local family alleges rape of boy, sues DJJ


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A Tallahassee attorney, Ben
Crump, is suing the Florida Depart-
ment of Juvenile Justice on behalf of
a 16-year-old Gadsden County men-
tally retarded boy who was
allegedly raped while at a detention
center in Tallahassee.
"He had no business there and they
certainly should not have placed
him in the care of a detainee who
had a previous sex offense," Crump
said.
"What happened (to Robert)
amounts to gross neglect. It amounts
to a violation of the Bill of Rights of


Persons Who are Developmentally
Disabled. It amounts to criminal cul-
pability. It amounts to their grand-
son (Robert's grandmother and great
aunt) being a victim of a sex crime
while in state care. And then you"
have the missing video tapes that
suggest a cover-up," Crump said
during a press conference on
Robert's sixteenth birthday.
Lee J. Denton, 17, was charged
recently with two counts of sexual
battery and will be prosecuted as an
adult. He had been assigned by
detention officials to bathe, clothe,
and change Robert's diapers.
Crump said the crux of the matter


is that "they gave the fox the key to
the hen house when the Juvenile
Justice guards assigned a sex
offender to bathe him, change his
diapers, and take care of their
severely mentally retarded grand-
son.
"Our investigation has revealed
that this delegation of duties to the
sex offender, Lee Denton, was com-
mon practice and all of the staff,
including the lieutenant, were aware
of it. The minor child was a victim
not only of Denton who raped him,
he was a victim of the Department
of Juvenile Justice who neglected
him," Crump said, adding, "The vic-


timization of this child didn't stop
with Juvenile Justice. The shame is
on all of us."
Robert's story is a sad one. He is
severely mentally retarded. Just
recently he turned 16 and has an IQ of
32. His mental ability is that of a three-
year-old but he has the physical body
of an adult. At 5-foot-ten inches tall, he
weighs about 300 pounds.
He attended a special school regu-
larly but a report stated that he "just sat
in class". He was unable to color or
coordinate blocks. At home, Robert
spent most of his time watching car-
toons on television and playing with
stuffed animals.


After the death of his mother last
year, his care fell into the hands of his
grandmother, Pearlie Russ, and an 84-
year-old great aunt, Mattie Russ. The
boy became increasingly aggressive
toward his elderly grandmother and
aunt and was charged four times
between December and May with bat-
tery on a person 65 or older.
Circuit Judge William Gary placed
Robert in the Tallahassee Detention
Center after he pushed his grand-
mother down and stepped on her,
according to a family friend.
"I think the judge sent Robert there
out of sheer frustration. There was no
facility available to them, so he did
what he could," said the friend.
Family and friends said Robert was
a good child and wanted him placed in
a facility where he could be cared for,


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Charter School request dropped by Midway


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

There will be no school in Mid-
way, at least in the near future,
Mayor Delores Madison told coun-
cil members last week.
Madison and the Midway School
Siting Committee were unable to
convince the Gadsden County
School Board that the City of Mid-
way needed an elementary and
middle charter school.
Plans had been for the school to
serve the Midway area, Madison
said.
School superintendent Reginald
James had appointed a committee
to study the application from Acad-
emies of Excellence Inc., the firm
the Midway committee had chosen
to apply for the charter school.'
There were several problems with
the application according to an arti-
cle in the Gadsden County Times
last week.
Madison was concerned that the
Midway Chamber of Commerce
had presented the school board
with a petition against the school.
Madison said that the petition had
200 signatures, many of which had
also signed her committee's peti-
tion to bring the school to Midway.


She said that the Midway cham-
ber's petition had asked for a "pub-
lic school.
According to Madison a charter
school is a "public" school in
Florida and the Midway chamber's
petition was not clear about being
in opposition to the charter school,
only that the citizens who signed it
wanted a public school.
Jerry Range, a member of the
Midway,Chamber and a board
member, said in response to Madi-
son's comment that he did notcon-
fuse any of the petition signers and
that he was in opposition to the
charter school. Range said that
the reason for the charter school
was because of the new subdivi-
sions that were beginning to open
in Midway. He said that the school
was not intended for all of the stu-
dents in Midway. Range- said that
was not the only reason he and the
Midway chamber 'opposed the
school. He added that the Acade-
mies of Excellence had been turned
down in ten other school systems in
the state.
Another reason Range gave in his
opposition to the charter school had
been the actual school siting com-
mittee, which he said was not
totally composed of Midway citi-


zens. Range said that was in viola-
tion of the city's charter.
According to city manager Paul
Piller, the only committee that must
contain only Midway citizens is the
Planning and Zoning board, unless
it is specified when the committee
is set up.
Madison said that the committee
had been meeting regularly since
December of 2004 and that the
meetings had been posted publicly.
She added that she has asked for
participation on many occasions as
well during the council meetings.
Madison added that she had been
trying to get a school in the City of
Midway since before she became
mayor.
In response Range said that a
charter school was a private school,
privately run, something he did not
like.
Madison asked Range if he knew
how long it had been since a public
school for local citizens was in
Midway.
She answered her own question
and said 31 years. Madison said
that Midway citizens had paid in $7
million in taxes to the school sys-
tem in that amount of time and not
had a school in the community. She
felt it was time for a school in Mid-


way.
Range said that the Midway cham-
ber was willing to wait until the
county could build a public school
in Midway. Madison warned
that school board member Isaac
Simmons had said it would be at
least three years before the school
system could apply for another
school building project. The school
board is still iri the process of build-
ing the West Gadsden High School.
Range asked that the council
resend their letter of support to the
Academies of Excellence Inc., sent
to the school.board during their
consideration of the charter school.
After considerable debate between
Madison and Range the council
approved resending the letter.of
support.
Madison and Range agreed that
there needed to be a meeting among
the two opposing groups about the
school problem. Madison asked
Range to come to the next school
siting meeting and Range agreed to
be there. They both agreed as well
to set up a meeting with the school
superintendent.
In other business:
*The council approved on second
reading ordinances annexing 10
acres of land into the city of Mid-
way and changing the zoning on the
property to Interchange commer-
cial.


Chattahoochee residents to

see slight rise in utility bills


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Chattahoochee residents will see
an additional $1 charge on their
utility bills starting in January
2006.
According to a press release
received from' City Manager Lee
Garner, the city council heard on
first reading two ordinances: one
establishing an animal control fee
of 500 per month and a storm
water fee of 500 per month.
In other business:
* The council discussed proposals
of two doctors for use of the health
department facility in Chatta-
hoochee. Comments were heard
from representatives of the Buy-
Rite and CVS drug stores and citi-
zens about taking action to do
whatever was necessary to obtain
doctors for the community. Chatta-
hoochee has lost one of its doctors.
A workshop has been planned for
November 14 or 15, depending on
when the' two doctors are avail-
able.
* Garner reported that the boat


drag race and the Pow Wow would i
be scheduled together for April 15
and 16, 2006.
* Garner requested and received
approval for MIHR Environics
Inc. to perform asbestos survey of
South Side school.
* Approved a proclamation setting
November as National Hospice
Month.
* Council members approved an
amendment for an option and land'
Lease to SBA Network Services,'
Inc., for the construction of a cell
tower to be located at 115 Lincoln
drive on city property.
* Approved Special Use permit for
cell tower location at 115 Lincoln,
Drive.
* Garner gave the 'council an,
update on working with ARPC
concerning an annexation feasibil-
ity study. The council is consider-
ing annexing property into the city.,
* Mayor Pete Whiddon reported on,
correspondence regarding Oppor-.
tunityFlorida's upcoming meeting
on broadband internet service to
all areas of this region.


Quincy commissioners meet as CRA Joard


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Quincy's Community Redevel-
opment Agency (CRA) is on.the
move.
Quincy commissioners sitting as
the CRA board met at 5:30 Tues-
day afternoon to hear an update
from Marsha Harpool, CRA man-
ager, about current CRA activi-
ties;
The CRA was established to
help with the redevelopment of
the nine block downtown historic
section.
It has since been enlarged to
include an area south of Jefferson
Street and north of Martin Luther
King Blvd. Duval Street is the
eastern boundary and Cleveland
Street is the western boundary of
the CRA boundary.
The CR4 is funded by a percent-
age of the property taxes received


from those areas.
Harpool told commissioners
that this year's budget was set at
$227,000. That money is to be
used to operate the agency and
and in match money for grants the
agency procures.
The CRA is currently in the
process of purchasing land along
Tanyard Creek for a city park, as
well as other projects in the down-
town area of Quincy.
Harpool told commissioners
that the citizens advisory commit-
tee had imet in October for a grant
workshop.
In the workshop the committee
heard from Cyndi Godbey repre-
senting Summit Professional Inc,
about ways the agency could
solicit funding sources for pro-
posed redevelopment projects.
SThe committee also. heard from
Beryl Richardson from the Gads-
den County Health Department.


Richardson said 'that the fitness
trail for the city's parks would be
honored.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor has
wanted some of the money col-
lected by the CRA to be used to
purchase' some of the vacant lots
and dilapidated houses.
She asked that the board start
"looking at buying those lots and
making them into taxable prop-
erty.
Harpool told the commission-
ers that the CRA would start put-
ting in the benches and trash
receptacles purchased for the
downtown area.
Another project the CRA will be
involved with is the "Santa Claus
is Coming to Town", and the Jin-
gle Bell Walk," to be held on Fri-
day December 9, on the Gadsden
County Court House lawn.
The event will start at 5 P.M.
and end at 8 P.M.


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but disability officials told the judge
there was no room for him.
Crump said the family applied
for services with the State of Florida
Agency for Disabled Persons (ADP)
to assist in Robert daily care due to
his retardation back in 2000, while
his mother was still alive. Four years
later, he was still on the waiting list.
"It is sad that he had to be repeat-
edly raped for us to catch this child
from continually falling through the
cracks," he said.
"His 85-year-old grandmother
would have tried to keep him at
Some at the risk of her own health,
rather than have her grandson sexu-
ally violated in this most gruesome
way while in the care of state offi-
cials. They were supposed to look
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Arnett Chapel AME
Church celebration
Arnett Chapel AME Church
invites the community to attend the
Old Fashion Day Celebration on
Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. Guest pastor Mark
Wilkerson of Mt. Pilgrim Primitive
Baptist Church will be the speaker.
Admission is always free, and din-
ner will be served. The church is
located at 209 S. Duval St. in
Quincy.

Church of God in Christ
,pastor's anniversary .,
%. Ever\one"'is in\lied to Quincyv
Community\ Church of, God In
Christ Nov. 13 at 6 p.m., 325 Pat
Thomas Parkway. Guest speaker
will be Cora L. Williams (Dilworth).


Revival at Sneads
Pastor Virginia McSwain Smith,
pastor of Faith Cornerstone Church,
Malone, will be the revivalist of the
week at Sneads Community Church,
Desoto Avenue, Sneads, Nov. 7-11,
at 7:30 p.i. nightly, where the pas-
tor is Bishop W. Raines, Sr.

First Bethlehem Baptist
District Association
to host installation
The First Bethlehem Baptist Dis-
trict Association will be hosting
installation services for Moderator.
Elect Rev. J.B. Duval and newly
elected 'officers on Saturda3, Nov.
12. The act of installation will com-
mence at 3:00 p.m. at Memorial
Missionary Baptist Church, MLK
Blvd. in Monticello. The installation
banquet will be celebrated at 6:00
p.m. at the Monticello Opera House,
185 W. Washington St., (850) 997-
4242.
For more information, or ticket
purchase for the banquet, please call
Mrs. Theresa Duval at (850) 878-
9613.

First Elizabeth MB events
Gospel "Stellar Celebration".
Please join the celebration com-
mitte, First Elizabeth MB Church
sanctuary choirs, Tri-state Choir and
the Shining Stars as we lift up the
name of Jesus and show our love
and appreciation to one of God's
hardest singing women in gospel
music, the legendary Mary Bush-
Smith. We extend to each of you the
invitation to attend one or both of
the events.
Nov. 11 at 6 p.m., Pastor Rosilyn.
Walker-Copeland, II Corinthians
Ministries, and Elder Lee Lyons,
Priestly Praise Ministries will be in
charge of the service. Contact Per-
son: Sister Mary McLeroy, president
at 627-8740.
Nov. 12 at 6 p.m., a musical
extravaganza with many groups and
choirs from FL, GA and AL. Contact
persons: Pat Baker (Golden Girls) at
627-4705, Sister Liz Rush at 539-
7876, Sister Annie A. Hooloman at
856-3364 or Sister Pat Caldwell at
539-1216.
All services will be held at First
Elizabeth MB Church located on
1030 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, in
Quincy.


First Presbyterian Church Pre-Harvest Day celebration
'Market for Mission' continues Sunday, Nov. 13 at 8 a.m.
Market fi r Mission We will be honored by the Rev.
The First Presbyterian Church, Clifton Riley and the St. Hebron
located at 306 N. Madison Street is Church family.
hosting a Market for Missions on Please join us a t 1911 Martin
Sunday, Nov. 20 from noon to 3 p.m. Luther King, Jr. Blvd in Quincy
The following organizations will where Pastor Elizabeth E. Yates and
be participating: Big Bend Hospice, congregation are "Praying for an
Bird Song Naure Center, Big Bend Increase."
Cares, Ronald Macdonald House,
Children's Home Society, H Corinthians Ministries
Alzheimer's Project, Refuge House, Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school,
Habitat for Humanity, Second Har- 11:00a.m. worship service.
vest Food Bank, Gadsden County Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Praise and
Iiterac' and 10.000 \'llaiges. worshipp .
SShopper. will be abe i ~ iSaturday,; 001.am. Morning glory
'financial codtrnbuittio' am lt, allY ,-i .ti" oring.glor
.mi.- o a f Nt '. 11, 7':7 f pm H Corinthians at
of the charities in the name of a fam Fir Elizabeth, Mary Bush Smith
ily or an individual. Goods can also appreciation..
be purchased directly from the char- Nov. 12, 7:00 p.m. II Corinthians at
ites. New Life (Bainbridge), Harvest pro-
Members of the First Presbyterian
Church will also havedonated gram.
Church willalso have donated Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m. -II Corinthians at
items, antiques, children's crafts, Highly Favored (Tallahassee), pas-
and "in-kind" services ranging from tor's anniversary.
$1 to $500+ for sale. Nov. 18, 7:00 p.m. IICorinthians at
All proceeds will be divided Gospel of the Kingdom (Defniak
equally among the participating char- Springs), pastor's anniversary.
ities. For more information, please Nov. 21-23, 7:30 p.m. Youth
call the church office at 627-6576 or revival at II Corinthians Ministries,
visit fpcofquincy@yahoo.com. Elder Curtis Lollis. '


FountainHead AME
You are invited to FountainHead
AME Church on Nov. 26 at 6:30
p.m. for a musical extravaganza. On
Nov. 27-at 4 p.m. is our annual Har-
vest Day with Rev. Matthew Bryant
and the St. John AME Church fam-
ily. For more information, please
contact Brother Terrance Wood at
(850) 627-6003.

Greater Harvest Ministries
Sunday: 8:30 a.m. TV Ministry
(WQTN cable 13): 9:00 a.m.-
Church in Training; 10:00 a.m.-
Morning glory service.
Tuesday: 6:30 p.m. TNT worship
service.
Wednesday: 12:00 noon Noon day
service
Thursday: 6:30 p.m. Praise and
%\orshlp ministry; 7:30 p.m.-Music
ministry, :8:30 p.m.-TV ministry
(WQTN cable 13).
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. Intercessary
prayer.

Greater Tanner Chapel
Pre-Harvest Day
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For more information contact Patsy
Henry at 875-4497, Mon.-Fri. 10:00
a.m.-3:30 p.m,

Mt. Moriah First MB

Mt. Moriah men's ministry will
be having a men's day program on
Nov. 13 at 4:00 p.m. Rev. Jarvis Alls
is the guest speaker. For informa-
tion, please contact the church at
627-7244 or Donald Woods at 443-
1086.

Mt. Pilgrim anniversary
Mt. Pilgrim PB Church will be
celebrating its 113th pre-anniversary
church services beginning Nov. 9 at
7:00 p.m. Pastors Aaron Bush
(Shiloh PB Church) and Alvin Bush
(Peace MB Church) along with their
congregation will be in charge of'
worship services on this day. We are
expecting God to do .awesome
things during this celebration, so
come out and join us. The
anniversary will culminate on Nov.
27 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Victor
Broadenax (St. Mary PB Church) as
our guest speaker.
More Church news on P. 14


It's Time for a Change
Its time for everything that has breath to praise the Lord. Psalm 150 KJV.
Our nation needs to do as the disciples on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-
10), thank God for his mercy and love that'spared us again while Wilma
passed us by. We could have been gone.
If we get with one accord and ask Jesus to help us we can be bold
witnesses about the goodness of God through it all. As the Holy Spirit fell
on all that day, He will do the same for us after the storms pass over. We can see the needs
and ask for help but do we see the need for the world toaccept Jesus as their personal savior?
Christ is the answer for the world's problems today.
Wilma along with all the other storms was ordered and directed by God. We need to be with
one accord as a nation. Cry out to God to forgive our sins.
Being of one accord makes a tremendous difference. Jesus' mother and the women from
Galilee and Judea were present in the upper room with the 11 disciples: one accord in spirit,
one in desire, one in prayer; such Christian unity creates an atmosphere where the Holy Spirit
can do wondrous things.
God is still in control. We all along with our youth need to surrender our lives to God, let
Him fill us with his Holy Spirit which will stop violence, drugs, stealing, etc. Sin period. Of all
the damage Wilma did after all the others, who knows what next?
Its time for a change.
Noah preached one subject 120 years but it did rain as Moses preached. Still the message
seemed like a fairy tale. Jesus is on His way back whether we be at church a building, ball
game, shopping mall, etc. We will have to go perpared or unprepared. We will not be bleito
cancel for another date. Let us remember its not the going its the destination. When we get
our etemal appointment Its time for a change.
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I Ben Faircloth

Os Ben Faircloth, 63, of Hardaway, died November 2, 2005 at home. He was
^ -a native of Hardaway, and a retired data processor at Quincy State Bank.
A i A Funeral services were Sunday, Nov. 6 at Flat Creek Baptist Church with
Archie A. Black Rev. Scott Smallwood officating and burial at Flat Creek Cemetery. Charles
McClellan Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
Archie A. Black, 75, of Blue Creek Community, died Monday, November He is survived by a son, Andy Faircloth (Tay) of Hardaway; a grandson,
7, 2005 in Blountstown. He was a native of Blue Creek Community and Drew Faircloth of Hardaway; three brothers, James Faircloth (Tammy) of
worked with heavy equipment and construction. Greensboro, Ronnie Faircloth (Sherrie) of Tallahassee, Glenn Faircloth
Graveside services were Wednesday, Nov. 9 at Sycamore Cemetery with (Patty) of Greensboro; three sisters, Wanda Payne (Doug) of Pensacola,
Rev. Charles Johnson officiating. Charles McClellan Funeral Home was in Laurette Green (Johnny) of Tallahassee, and Betty Jailet of Decatur, AL.
charge of arrangements.
Rhudine Johnson
Cornelia Lucille Bronson Rhudine Johnson
Rhudine Johnson, 64, of Quincy died Friday, November 4, 2005 in Talla-
Cornelia Lucille Bronson, 76, died Saturday, November 5, 2005 in Talla- hassee. She was a resident of Quincy, and a member of Faith Temple of
hassee. She was a resident of Chattahoochee and a housewife. Jesus Christ.
Funeral services are 1:00 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12 at New Jerusalem Mis- Funeral services are 11:00 a.m. Saturday, Nov. .12 at Williams Funeral
sionary Baptist Church with the Rev. Willie Long officiating, and burial at Home with Elder Madison Johnson officiating, and burial at Campground
UBA Cemetery. Visitation is from 4 to 6 p.m. at Crawford and Moultry Cemetery. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 11 at Williams Funeral
Funeral Home, who has charge of arrangements. Home, who has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by a son, James Shelmon of Chattahoochee, two grand- Survivors include her husband of 31 years, Elder Madison Johnson of
children and two great-grandchildren. Quincy; a son, Madison Johnson, Jr. of Tallahassee;-two daughters, Valencia
Ford (Juda) of Tallahassee, and Linda White of Lakeland; her mother,
St g L r B r Amanda M. Gee of Quincy; three sisters, Barbara Curry (Bernie) of Hart-
Sterling Lamar Butler ford, CT; Patricia Gee Johnson, Lakeland, and Joann Gee Kimble (Jack) of
Quincy; one brother, Edward Gee of Hartford, CT; 12 grandchildren, and
Sterling Lamar Butler, 41, of Gretna. eight great-grandchildren.
died Saturday, November 5, 2005 in
Tallahassee. He was a native of Gads- Cora Parker
den County.
Funeral services are at 2:00 p.m. Sat- Cora Parker, 63, of Havana died Saturday, November 5, 2005. A native of
urday, Nov. 12 at Greater Open Door Georgia, she was a member of Mt. Zion AME Church, and a domestic
Church in Gretna, and burial in worker.
Springfield Cemetery. Visitation is Furneral services are at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at Mt. Zion AME with
from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11 at the Rev. S. Thomas officiating, and burial at Mt. Zion Cemetery. Betsey
Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
arrangements. She is survived by five daughters, Ella Parker of Havana, Linda K. Parker
He is survived by his mother, Gloria of Tallahassee, Delanna Anderson of Havana, Shawanda Anderson of Cli-
Mae Brown of Gretna; a brother. max, GA., and Betty Ann Anderson of Tallahassee; a son, Earnest Butler of
Shelly Lee Waynns of Gretna; seven 1Havana; six sisters, Lavenn Derico, Dorothy Mae Parker, Ether Jean Parker,
sisters, Jackie Williams of Gretna. Deanie M. Parker all of Havana, Shirley Mae Parker of Tallahassee and
Patricia Mosley of Chattahoochee, Louise Brown of Havana; two brothers, Willie L. Parker and Charles Parker
Diane Fletcher of Bristol, Willie Ruth of Sneads, Ann Spears of Sneads, Vir- of Havana; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
ginia Jackson of Chattahoochee and Mary Mathis of Grand Ridge; six broth-
ers, Ulyses Mathis, Jr., Ervin Mathis and Anthony Mathis of Sneads, Willie Bud Sherman
Spears of Bristol, Kent. Spears of Chattahoochee and Johnny Spears of
Atlanta. Bud Sherman, 86, of Quincy,, died
Friday, November 4, 2005 at home.
Edward Condry He was a native of Jackson County
and a member of Mt. Hosea MB
Edward Condry, 61, of Quincy, died Monday, November 7, 2005 in Talla- Church.
hassee. He was a native of Gadsden County, and a member of St. Matthews Funeral services are at 11:00 a.m.
PB Church. Saturday, November 12 at Mt. Hosea
Funeral services are 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at St. Matthews PB MB Church in Robertsville, and burial
Church, and burial at St. Matthews Cemetery. Visitation is 3 to 8 p.m. Fri- at Mt. Hosea MB Church Cemetery.,
day, Nov. 11 at Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of arrangements. Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday,
He.is survived by his wife, Laura Condry of Ft. Myers; four sons, Keith Nov. 11 at Bradwell Mortuary, who -
Battle, Sr. (Tosha) of Lehigh Acres, Everly Condry (Vickie), Elbert Condry has charge of arrangements.
(Mary) and Edward Condry, Jr. all of Ft. Myers; four daughters, Trina Ham- He is survived by his wife, Matilda
mond, Sharell Rivera (Alex), Shannon Condry and Tamisha Tuggerson all Sherman of Quincy; two; daughters,
of Ft. Myers; a brother, Roy Lee Condry of Quincy; four sisters, Eunice Mae Evelyn Marshall and Doris Green of
Condry of Quincy, Ella Mae Jackson of Ft. Myers, Rosetta Smith (Odie) of Quincy; two sons, Stockton Sherman
Quincy, and Bertha Condry (Zach) ofF t. M- ers; a special friend, Beatrice of Cairo, GA. and Reginald Sherman of Clearwater; four sisters, Nanc
Williams of Quinc. ..;...'': ..Rlla'" Shcrmhr Nelhie Stew ar and Ida.Hil all of West Hollywood; and.
EliEza Jane Smith of Quincy; 20 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.


John Travis, Jr.


John Travis, Jr., 80,, died Thursday, November 3, 2005. He retired as an
area superintendent for Talquin Electric. A native of New Orleans, he moved
to Tallahassee 33 years ago from Cocoa. He was an avid gardener and fish-
erman. Always active in youth baseball, he was a former coach and was
instrumental in the construction of baseball and football fields in both Cocoa
and at North Florida Christian School. He provided his talents and supervi-
sion free of charge. He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
Private services were Monday, Nov. 7 at Bevis Funeral Home. Memorial
contributions may be made to Liberty County High School Baseball Boost-
ers, c/o Coach Mac, P.O. Box 519, Bristol, FL 32321.
He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Genevieve Travis; two sons,
Michael Travis (Laurel) of Bristol and Jeff Travis of Tallahassee; two
daughters, Gwendolyn Travis Wiseman (Dave) of Quincy and Brenda Travis
Hearn (Phil) of Cocoa; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Patricia Ann William Hall Weaver

Patricia Ann Williams Hall Weaver,
46, of Quincy died Wednesday, (
November 2, 2005 at home. She was a
native of Greensboro, a lifelong resi-
dent of Quincy, and a member of The
Greater Open Door Church of The
Lord Jesus Christ in Gretna. She was a
mother of the church, and a store
cashier.
Funeral services are at 11:00 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12 at Miracle Temple
Church of God In Christ in Mt. Pleas-
ant with Elder Jarvis Alls- officiating,
and burial in Springfield Cemetery in
Gretna. Visitation will be from 6 to 8
Friday, Nov. 11 at Madry Chapel, who
has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by a devoted friend, George Edwards of Quincy; four sons,
Terrance Hall (Devora) of Gretna, James "Wank" Hall (Janella) of Gretna,
Tarvares Hall (Kimberly) of Quincy, and Jerome Weaver, Jr. (Lacarra) of
Gretna; a daughter, Vashti Weaver of Quincy; the father of her children
Jerome Weaver, Sr. of Pensacola; children she raised, Demtric, Quoshandra,
Keyshandra Edwards of Quincy; step-parents, Bernice and Henry D.
Thomas of Sanford, Vinnie Williams of Albany, GA; sisters, Vicki Thomas,
Lula Mae Williams of Gretna, Maxine McCollough of Sneads, Ellen Jones
(James) of Orlando, Vivian Williams and Shirley Ann Williams of Colquitt,
GA; brothers, Willie C. Williams, Jr. of Alaska, Billy Williams and Richard
Williams of Tallahassee; six grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, aunts,
uncles, cousins and friends.

Toshiko T. "Totsi" Wold

Toshiko T. "Totsi" Wold, 70, of Chattahoochee, died in Tallahassee on
Monday, November 1, 2005. A native of Japan she had lived in Chatta-
hoochee for 25 years. She was a homemaker, and a member of First Baptist
See OBITUARIES on Page 14


Mt. Zion news

Wednesday 6:00 p.m.- Senior
auxiliary meeting, 7:00 pp.m youth
teaching and bible study.
Thursday, 7:00 p.m.-Trustee board
meeting.
Friday, 7:00 p.m.-Church monthly
conference. Election will be held in
this conference and all members are
asked to be present and cast your
vote.
Sunday, 9;30 a.m.-Church school,
,11:00 a.m.- morning worship,
matrons will have their mnonthlh
meeting following morning ser- ice.
4:00 p.m.-Hat Extravaganza Fash-
ion Show.
Monday and Tuesday, 12:00 noon-
Intercessary prayer.
;The clothes closet is available for
those needing this service. We were
able to serve two families this week,
and eight people received clothing.
For more information call 627-
8442.
Thanksgiving Day -will be
observed on Nov. 24. Let's plan to
help those less fortunate than we are
to.have a "blessed Thanksgi\ ing."

New Birth Church
11 a.m.-lst, 2nd and 3rd Sundays.
S10 a.m.- Sunday school, every
Sunday.
7 p.m.- Bible teaching, prayer
meeting Wednesday nights.
11 a.m. Nov. 13, annual Harvest
Da\ Program.

Open Door Church's
Annual Conference

The Open Door Church will be
celebrating their 15th annual con-
ference starting Thursday, Nov. 10
in the Sawdust Community (next to
the park).
Thursday, Nov. 10, 7:30 p.m. -
Musical night.
Friday, Nov. 11, 7:30 p.m. Rev.
Jarvis Alls of Greater Open Door.
Saturday, Nov. 12, p.m. Pastor
Maelizer Glover of Oepn Door
Chur of Orlando.
Sunday, Nov. 13, 11:00 a.m. -
Sunday school, 12:00 noon serv-
ing, 7:30 p.m. Bishop Alls and the
Open Door Church of Sawdust.


.: In Memory 1995-2005
of Barbara A. Thomas
STen years have passed and
gone But your Love remains
in our hearts forever.
Love
Mom
Bettye, Zabria, Shondrea,
SKristie, Kia, Treachery, Torwin,
Tay, Antonio
and Family


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The City of Quincy needs your help. The cemeteries are being
decorated with many items that are not permitted according to
cemetery regulations. These items interfere with cost effective and
proper maintenance of the cemetery. If you have placed items other
then headstones, cornerstones, or approved plants they may be
removed by the city.


The approved plants are: Boxwood; Jap. Azalea; Indian Azalea; Jap.
Juniper; Pfitzers Juniper; Shore Juniper; Severinia; Abelia; Jap.Yew;
Oriental Biota; Cephalotaxus. Plantings are limited to 42" in height.


The city code states "No coping, fence, hedge, planting, wall, ditch,
bank or enclosure of any kind shall be placed, planted or used for
outlining, enclosing, marking off or marking or designating any boundary
line of any lot in the cemetery."


If you or other family members have placed inappropriate items in one
of our cemeteries we are asking that you remove them as soon as
possible. Beginning in December city maintenance crews will remove
items that are not permitted. The items will be retained by the Public
Works department for 30 days. If no one claims the items within the
30 days, they will be disposed of in accordance with city policy.


More information is available from the Building and Planning
Department at 627-7681.

Thank you for you cooperation in these matters.
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about your family, social and
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be submitted by 9 a.m. Monday for
that week's issue. Information may
also be faxed to us at 627-7191 or
brought to our office at 15 S.
Madison, Quincy.


Emma Baker celebrates

104th birthday July 31
Emma Sue Brown Baker celebrated her 104th birthday on July 31, 2005
with a party given by her daughter, grandchildren and great- grandchildren.
Born in Cleveland County, she was the eighth child in a family of 15
children. She is the mother of six children, five girls and one boy.Three of
'her children are deceased. She was a member of Pinebloom MB Church,
and sang in the church choir.
SI pray that God will forever bless her. With love always, her daughter.
Bessie McSwain.
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Kevion is one
Kevion Lamari Jones will be cele-
brating his first birthday Friday,
Nov. 11.
He is the son of Yakeesta Peterson
and Kevin Jones. He has two sisters,
Ne'Terrica Thomas and Yaterria
Thomas. His maternal grandparents
are Kathleen (Jerome) Cox and
Alfreddie Peterson; paternal grand-
mother is Brenda Jones; maternal
great-grandparents are the late CL
and Annie Lee Harris; his paternal
great-grandmother is EdnaI Byrd,
and godparents are Rosia James and
Chiquita Sanders.
Kevion will celebrate with a Pizza
Hut party on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 5
p.m. Family and friends are wel-
come.


On October 12, Tallahassee
lawyer Angela C. Dempsey was
appointed to a newly created Circuit
Judge position in Florida's Second
Judicial Circuit. The Second Judi-


Newest Youngblood covenant nospice recognizes


Yolanda Carter
competes in Lively
competition

Yolanda Carter, daughter of
Amelia McClellan, Michael Carter
and Terry McClellan, placed second
in Lively Technical Institute's "Fall
Fantasy Competition."
The main attraction of her compe-
tition hairpiece was the spinning
pumpkin head,-which she created at
home.
Yolanda has been attending Lively
_mnce August. 2005 majoring in cos-
metology, and plans on owning her
own salon.


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NMatt and Dana Youngblood are
proud o. announce the birth of their
s'eii'chldd.. Ausun Lee YounI-
bld as born Septembel 29, 2100)
at Capital Regional Medical Center,
weighing 7 Ibs. 15 ozs..Austin joins
his brother. Matthew who is 2 1/2.
Grandparents are Luke and
Cheryl Blanchard and A.V. and.
Connie Youngblood. Great-grand-
parents ale I. H and Betty Cleve-
land, Jr.. A.\ Youngblood Sr., and
the late Dural \Valsh, Marjorie
Bruce and Louise Youngblood.

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area veterans with ceremony


In a spirit ol gr.uaude and heart-
felt recognItion Cot'enarit Hospice
will host special veteran's recogni-
tion celebrations in Tallahassee and
the Big Bend eight-county area to
honor area veterans for their years
of service and sacrificesNov. 7-11.
Veterans will be presented with a
hospice and veteran's partnership
pin and a certificate expressing grat-
itude for their years of service to our
country, by Covenant Hospice staff
and local military personnel.
Ceremonies will be held in numer-
ous area nursing homes and assisted
living facilities to include patient's


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1 Azaria R. Bullock will be celebrating her 3rd birthday on
November 10. She is the daughter of Kelia Alford and the
S!. sister of NiKiya and Tyriek Bullock. Her
2I J maternal grandparents are Cassie Alford k
Sand Charles Cobbs, and her great
S'maternal grandmother is Mariah
Bradwell Alford. She is the goddaughter
S'' of Andrea Burk, Lanzeo Bryant and Paul
S& Pauline Ivory. She will be given a party i
.=' on November 19 at 2:00 p.m. at the home -
of La'Shurida Thomas. Family and friends
are invited.
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homes. The community is invited to
attend any of the ceremonies.
Covenant Hospice saw a special
need to recognize our veterans
because many will not be able to
attend or participate in the tradi-
tional Veteran's Day events being
held in their communities due to
life-limiting illnesses.
For more information, please call
Leonia Parker, Covenant Hospice,
Community Educator, at (850) 575-
4998 or toll free at 1-800-374-9733.


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cial Circuit comprises Franklin,
Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty,
and Wakulla counties.
Dempsey, 37, is a senior assistant
general counsel, at the Florida
Department of Environmental Pro-
tection where she prosecutes toxic
waste cases. Prior to that she worked
at the Florida Department of Agri-


culture and as an assistant state
attorney.
Dempsey received her undergradu-
ate degree from San Diego State
University in 1990 and her law
degree with honors from the Univer-
sity of Florida in 1993.
Dempsey will start on the bench
in November 2005.


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17th Art in Quincy show opens


Art in Gadsden, the landmark
exhibition that first brought fine art
to school children and families in
the region in 1989, enters its seven-
teenth year with the broadest selec-
tion of quality art works in the
show's history.
Ninety-seven talented artists, living
within 200 miles of Quincy submit-
ted over 260 works for inclusion in
this prestigious juried exhibition.
120 two- and three-dimensional
works created by 86 artists were
selected for the final installation and
are eligible for cash awards totaling
$2,000.
Everyone is invited to the Awards
Ceremony and Opening Reception
on Friday, November 18 beginning
at 6:15pm featuring exhibition
founder and accomplished collage
artist Beth Appleton, exhibition
juror and Jennifer A. Bailey, and
many of the artists in the show.
Find out which artists take home
this year's awards. Visitors will
enjoy delicious home-made food
and refreshments from 7-9pm, with
live music' and a preview of the
entire exhibition, and have the
opportunity to purchase the col-
lectible poster for this year's Art in
Gadsden.
Docent-guided tours of the exhi-
bition and the Arts Center's unique
,facility, housed in the lovely 1912
Bell and Bates hardware store build-
ing, are available on Saturday,
November 19 from 10am to 5pm.
Tours are offered at no additional
charge bring your family and
friends for a taste of history and art
at the Center!
Extensive community support has
enables the Gadsden Arts Center to
continue to offer this educational
event that is a fantastic venue for
artists, art enthusiasts and collectors
alike. This year, we again thank our
generous exhibition patrons and our
business sponsors: Gadsden County
Times (Best of Show Award),
Thomas Motor Cars (First Place
Award), Pat Thomas and Associates
(Second Place Award), Cross Chiro-


Classes at GAC

Munch and Make: Fun and Festive
Holiday Cards with Joyce Gardner

Are you tired of giving and receiv-
ing the same old holiday cards? On
November 22, from 12:30 2:30,
come to the Gadsden Arts Center
and learn how easy and fun it is to
make your own! Joyce Gardner will
demonstrate a variety of techniques
including, painting, printing, draw-
ing, stamping and wax-resist to cre-
ate beautiful holiday cards. This
class will also feed more than your
creative spirit with a box lunch! The
class will run Tuesday, November
22nd, from 12:30-2:30pm. Tuition is
$45 ($55 non-members) and all
materials are provided. The registra-
tion deadline is Tuesday, November
llth. Please call 850-875-4866 to
register or for more information.

Family Gingerbread House
On Wednesday, November 30th.
from 5-7pm, bring your family to
the Center to create beautiful and
delicious gingerbread houses under
the expert creative guidance of
caterer Susan Hinson., The cost is
$20 per family with most materials
provided a materials list will be
given to each registered family.
IRegistration closes Wednesday,
November 23rd. This workshop is
made possible by the generous sup-
port of Susan Hinson.

November meeting at
Havana library
The Havana Library Book Club
will be meeting on Thursday,
November 10th at 12:00pm at the


One of the works on display at the Art in Quincy show.


practice Clinic (Third Place Award),
and our reception sponsors, Barkley
Security Agency, Inc., Douglas M.
Croley, Inc., Max T. Clark, CPA,
and Quincy Printing and Graphics.
The Gadsden Arts Center, located
at 13 N. Madison on Quincy's his-
toric courthouse square, is just 25
miles from the Capital in Tallahas-
see.
Join us for the 17th Annual Art in
Gadsden Opening on Friday,


Havana Public Library. Please join
us and feel free to bring a brown bag
lunch.
The book for November is #1
Ladies Detective Agency" by
Alexander McCall Smith. John
McDevitt will be our discussion
leader. If you have not already read
the book, you may still want to join
us and then read it later.
In December we have chosen
several small books for review that
are seasonal:
Gift of the Magi
O'Henry
The Christmas Shoes Donna
VanLiere
The Christmas Blessing Donna
VanLiere
The Christmas Thief Mary
Higgins Clark
All Through the Night Mary
Higgins Clark
We will begin January with
"Sweetwater Creek", by Anne
Rivers Siddons.

Dinner with Dickens

Lee's Place will be hosting its first
annual "Dinner with Dickens." This
holiday event will be held at Chez
Pierre restaurant on Sunday, Nov.
13, at 5:00 p.m. and Thursday, Nov.
17 at 7:00 p.m. Ticket information
and purchase can be provided by
contacting Lee's Place or going to
our website at www.leesplace.grg.

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Medicare goes into wellness, prevention mode


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Come next Tuesday things are going to
change for a lot of people. Instead of just
taking care of people when they are sick,
Medicare is going into the wellness and
prevention mode.
Medicare was started in 1965 and was
built around illness. It took care of those
medical problems and paid for almost
everything. From doctors bills to the nurs-
ing home, medicare paid.
Starting Tuesday, people on Medicare can
choose how to arrange their health care for
2006. The new drug program, referred to as
Part D, will allow nineteen companies to
offer medicare drugs to Floridians, some
with several options.
Premiums can range from$10.35 per
month to $104.89 per month. And there are
other loopholes to maneuver. Medicare's
website, www.medicare.gov has a list of
the "most frequently asked questions"
about the new drug benefit.


Medicare is going to pay the insurance
companies $700 a year for everyone who
signs up for a drug plan. Unlike most insur-
ance where premiums and co-pays cover
the risk, most of the benefit to the compa-
nies is financed by the taxpayers.
Anyone who has Medicare Part A and /or
Part B can get Medicare prescription drug
coverage (part D) through a private com-
pany. People on Medicare HMOs and PPOs
will get their drug coverage through their
HMO or PPO.
The actual coverage begins Jan. 2006,
but people can start signing up for a plan' or
HMO Tuesday, Nov. 15.
In addition to your part B premium, you
will have to pay a monthly premium for a
Medicare Part D plan. Medicare estimates
the average premium will cost about
$32.20 per month, but some can pay as lit-
tle as $10.35.
Some may wonder how Medicare pre-
scription drug coverage can help them.
Whether a drug plan will save an individual
money when it first becomes available


depends on the situation. If the person cur-
rently does not have drug coverage,'he or
she may save money. If the assets and
income are low, the plan will also help. If


there are no
current druc
expenses, it
may not pro-
tect now, but
will help in
case of sudden
illness.
Also, if co\-
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premium
penalty if co\ -
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later in life
People v idl


than $11,500 for individuals and $23,000
for couples may be eligible for extra help
paying for Medicare drug costs.
An exception is made if the individual


What it means to you...

*Prescription coverage available
*Cost $10 to $105 per month
*Low income assistance
*Drug discount cards going away
Dates to remember

*Nov. 15 first day to enroll
*Dec. 31 assistance, Part D deadline
*Jan. 1 first day you can use new plan
*May 5 last penalty-free day to sign up


an annual income of below $14,355 per
year for an individual and $19,245 for a
couple in 2005, and liquid assets of less


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Medicare Part D, if the coverage is to begin
on Jan. 1. If yuo have limited income,
apply for assistance earlier.
Jan 1: First day you can use a Medicare
part D prescription plan, enrolled in prior
to Dec. 31.
May 15: Last day to sign up for Medicare
Plan D without penalty.
A person who is healthy may not want to
sign up. It is not mandatory. Just like the
Part B doctor coverage, the new Part D is
optional. However, if you reject coverage
now, Medicare will charge a peanlty if you
change your mind.later. Monthly premiums
will rise one percent for each month coyer-
age is rejected.
Retirees need not worry because they can
get drug benefits and later switch to
Medicare without penalty as long as the
retiree plan offers coverage that is at least
as good as Medicare's new coverage.
To get answers to other questions, go
online at the above website.


Planning Board tackles rezoning of over 2,000 acres


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

An unprecedented ten items were
before the Gadsden County Plan-
ning and Zoning Board last week, in
a meeting that lasted five hours and
forty minutes.
Half of those were for land use
amendments to change the zonirig of
over 2,000 acres of property in the
county.
What to do with residential sewage
was at the top of the board's issue
with each of the land use change
requests.Septic tanks are allowed in
Gadsden County if the developer
meets certain requirements, usually
one home to one acre. H o w -
ever, if a piece of property is granted
the Rural Residential (RR) designa-
tion the lots can be clustered to four
lots to an acre if it were to be devel-
oped and have a central sewage sys-
tem.
The most debated property of the
evening was the comprehensive
plan ... amendment for the
Mortham/Shaw land use change for
309 acres from Agricultural Two


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and Three to RR..The property is
located on County road 268
(Solomon Dairy) just east of County
Road 379A (Glory Road) on both
sides of the road, and next to The
Farms at Quincy.
Growth director Bill McCord had
several issues with the property, he
said. "We have a lot of concern
with what RR means here," McCord
said about the close proximity of the
property to the city of Quincy (
approximately 2.5 miles). His other
concern was the lay of the land.
The property is part of the drainage
basin for Quincy Creek. McCqrd
said that the city of Quincy now gets
its water for wells in Mt. Pleasant,
but still holds the water permit for
Interlochen Lakes, the city's former
water reservoir. The added number
of homes brought on by an RR zon-
ing, he said, may create some prob-
lems. The city's sewer line was too
far away he said, and Talquin had no
current plans to install a sewer sys-
tem in the area. ;. .
.$e.\eral.,nearb. property .o3Aner'.
were there in protest of the changes.
They did not want to see the land


changed from its current designa-
tion.
One property owner from The
Farms at Quincy, whose average lot
size is two to three acres, did not feel
the property would match what is
already in the area. T h e
same people opposing this project
already have what I want," Alan
Mortham, one of the property own-
ers said.
Board member John Yerkes, sug-
gested that the land, which has a,
bottleneck at its center, be zoned AG
1 which allows one home per five
acres with clustering up to two acre
lots as an alternative. T h e
board agreed and voted unani-
mously to change the land use to Ag
1.
In other business:
SThe board approved the prelimi-
nary plat for Winkly Creek Subdivi-
sion. The 19 lot, 39 acre subdivision
is located at Point Milligan on
County Road 161.
SThe board.approyed \ ith several
ciondldoil', ..the cornce'ptulu plat Il
The Grove Subdivision a 33 lot, 35
acre parcel on Bostic road.


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* The board approved a land use
amendment for Saranac Vineyards
Subdivision, a 309 acre parcel. The
Ag 1 designation could allow up to
90 lots. The applicant provided a
conceptual site plan with 76 lots
averaging 2-3 acres. The property is
located on County Road 161
approximately five miles from Point
Milligan.
* The board denied a request to
change 143 acres ofAg 2 land along
Harbin Road to Urban Service Area.
the USA designation would allow
multi-use of the land including com-
mercial (along. the railroad track at
the, back of the property) and resi-
dential up to five lots per acre. In
order to qualify for USA the land
would need access to a central sewer
system. The parcel is just outside of
the City of Quincy's service area,
but future expansion plans by
Quincy may include the parcel, the


applicants said.
* The board approved a land use
amendment for 362 acres from Ag 3
to RR and Conservation. The Suber
Family Trust amendment was for
land on US 90 East of Quincy and
west of Lanier road near the Pat
Thomas Law Enforcement Acad-
emy. The land use change could
allow up to 362 lots on the property.
* The board approved 16.98 acres of
land use map amendments. These
were property map errors.
* The board tabled two issues: an
administrative comprehensive plan
text amendment and a land use
amendment for 823 acres of land on
US 90 west of Little River.
The P and Z board meets as an
advisory board and all final deci-
sions are made by the Gadsden
County Board of County Commis-
sioners.


Child care training
classes continue

Thinking of taking care of children
in your home? Here is an opportunity
to learn and understand child devel-
opment and the state requirements
you need to meet before you start
pursuing your business.
The Gadsden County Extension Ser-
vice located at the Livestock Pavilion,
2140 West Jefferson St, Quincy, is
offering the 30-hour Family Child
Care Home class starting Nov. 5.
The class costs $60 and the test is
$30. Scholarships are available to
those who qualify. We are also offer-
ing the 10-hr. Behavior Observatrion
& Screening class on Nov. 21 and 22,
and the 10-hr Special Needs class in
December.
Both of these classes cost $20 per
person and the tests are $10. Thege
classes can be taken for in-service
hours. For further: information and
registration, call UF/IFAS: Gadsden
County Extension office at (850) 875-
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classes fill up fast.


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Hospital board



asks permission



to access trust



Wynn named interim administrator

by ALICE DU PONT
Times editor

Saturday morning an emergency meeting was called by the Board of
Directors of Gadsden Hospital, Inc. Board members Craig McMillan,
Jerry Wynn, James Suber, Dr. Jessie Furlow, and Darryl Marshall had
some decisions to make.
"We have to start the process from our end," said Assistant County


Attorney Paul
Sexton. First,
the board of
directors had to
ask the county
to issue a notice
of termination
of the lease to
Ashford Health
Care, Inc. Sec-
ondly, the board


"We want to keep the

hospital open so that

when we walk in, we'll

do what we need to do,"

said Dr Furlow.


had to request permission to access the hospital's trust fund to begin
correcting items cited by the Agency for Health Care Administration
(AHCA).
With the two main items voted on, the meeting adjourned. But
employees protested, saying they wanted to be heard. The meeting was
reopened.
"This isn't really a public meeting and there isn't much we can do. I
don't know if we have answers to the questions you all might have,"
McMillian said.
"What do we do? Where do we go from here?" asked Levetra
Williams.
"As far as we know you're still employees of Dassee (Ashford). I'm,
sympathetic, but there is no friendly eviction," McMillian said.
Diane Tucker, who said she was the emergency room manager and
had been on the job about a week asked that the board name Alma
Jones, the former hospital administrator under Ashford, to assume the
same responsibilities when the new board takes over.
Another employee, Landsford Foster, was sharp with his comment to
the board. "I assumed that this committee (a reference to the board) and
AHCA were working hand in hand to evict Ashford. After Friday night,
I realized that you guys didn't have a clue," he said.
McMillian informed Foster that Gadsden Hospital, Inc. has no rela-
tionship with AHCA. The fact, is, AHCA is a state agency that is repson-
sible for regulating hospitals, not determining who has management of
facilities.
Board members were sympathetic with the employees who were won-
dering if they would be paid for vacation time, if they apply for unem-
plo? ment. and if the \\ outld be re-&ined as employee \ %hen the ne\\ ..,
board takes control. With the doors locked and the facility guarded by
Gadsden County deputies, others wanted to know if they could go in to
get personal belongings.
Director of Social Work, LeVerne Demous asked if they could access
patient medical records. Many questions went unanswered Saturday
morning, barely 12 hours after the closing.
"We want to keep the hospital open so that when we walk in, we'll do
what we need to do," said Dr. Furlow. While there were fewer than ten
people in the hospital at the time it was closed, employees said 16,000
are treated in the emergency room annually.
During that meeting Wynn was named GHI's interim administrator.
"There will be little glitches that we'll have to handle day-to-day,"
Wynn said, when the hospital opens again.
Sexton said the county and the Agency for Health Care Administration
will be working closely to expedite reopening the hospital.
In the meantime, an ambulance will be stationed at the hospital at all
times until the facility is back operating.


Quincy
Continued from Page 1
learn (northern part of Tallahassee)
Estates for $0.52 less than Quincy's
prices. She said that during the gas
crunch a few months ago the Talla-
hassee mayor had stated he would
not allow gas price gouging. Bouie
wanted to know if the city of Quincy
would do something about the high
gas prices compared to other areas.
Bouie was told that the city could
not regulate the prices, but that the
Attorney General for the state
would be the best bet to get some-
thing done about the prices.
Elias said that he understood the
Tallahassee mayor had instructed
his staff to pursue any reported gas
price gouging with the appropriate
authorities.
Taylor said that she thought the city
should take the issue to the appro-
priate authorities. "I will call the
attorney general," Taylor said,
adding that she would also be happy
to. be interviewed concerning
Quincy's high gas prices.


Cold Case
Continued from Page 1

and punished...whether he or she is
or is not actually or constructively
present at the commission of such


offense."
To kill Wilson, Powelll used a
shotgun that he stole in a previous
burglary. Cannon drove him to Wal-
mart and bought shells.
Cannon was arrested at her home
last Wednesday morning by mem-
bers of the North Florida Violent
Fugitive Task Force and charged
with being a principal in first-degree
murder and robbery with a firearm.
She remains in the Gadsden County
Jail without bond.
Powell admitted that he shot Wil-
son, his neighbor in the Robertsville
Community north of Quincy, in the
backyard of a home that Wilson
shared with his brother and sister-in-
law. It was to be a robbery. He told
FDLE agents that he shot Wilson,
but said it was an accident. He
alleged that Wilson swung a pipe at
him, hitting him in the arm when the
rifle gun went off.
But Powell, then 13 years old,
went, through Wilson's pockets and
took $40 as he lay on the ground
shot in the face by a rifle. He left
Powell on the ground and left the
scene on a 'bicycle. Wilson laid on
the ground all night until a relative
found him around noon the follow-
ing day. He lived three minutes after
deputies arrived.
The murder was one of the cold
cases that Young, as a candidate for
sheriff in 2004, promised to re-
examine.


Gadsden County's most-read newspaper


County looks at developments


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The county is about to experience
an growth explosion. Maybe not in
the next five years or then next ten
years, but growth management
director William McCord said
growth is sure to come and Gadsden
County has to prepare now to be
ready.
He compared Gadsden County to
some of the counties near Fulton
(Atlanta) County, GA. "Some of
those are three counties away from
Atlanta, but they are getting the


Hospital


Continued from Page 1

present danger to the public health and
safety.
* The lack of basic diagnostic tools
unreasonably increases the risk of
inadequate and untimely treatment.
Infectious disease and infection may
remain unidentified, inexcusably
endangering the patient, the staff, and
the public. This presents a clear and
present danger to the public health.
* Gadsden County lacks transfer
agreement with another facility for the
provision of tertiary services. Patients
presenting with a condition which
requires treatment in excess of Gads-
den's scope of licensed services may
not be safely and efficiently trans-
ferred to a facility with adequate
equipment and expertise to meet the
needs of the patient. The failure to
ensure that such services may be
accessed is a clear and present danger
to the public health and safety.
Patients are left without smooth tran-
sition to an appropriate facility. Any
resultant delay of treatment in such
cases is a risk to which Florida's pub-
lic should not have to be subjected.
* Gadsden has no medical director, no
risk manager, and no quality assurance
program all in violation of the law.
The lack of basic hospital administra-
tion clearly endangers the public. The
general administration facility is left
unguided, its operations unsupervised,
and its internal management not sub-
ject to review -and quality supervision.
The lack of such personnel and sys-
tems robs the faciilmt ol the minimum
requirements of hospital operation,
leaving every aspect of care subject to
unsupervised operation. The failure of
oversight of the hospital's operations
including risk management and over-
sight necessary for the intensive care
provided in a hospital facility presents
a clear anil present danger to the pub-
lic health.
* Gadsden lacks basic services and
equipment required to meet the needs
of its patients. No basic supplies are
available including. but not limited to,
pregnancy tests, occult stool tests, and
splints. In addition, the facility lacks
requisite patient services including,
but not limited to, physical and speech
therapy services.
* Lastly, Gadsden has failed to assure
that patients experiencing weight loss
are being evaluated by a dietician to
evaluate dietary needs. These omis-
sions are basic for the minimum oper-
ation of a hospital. Absent of such
services and supplies, patient needs,
both anticipated and unanticipated, are
left unmet placing them at increased
risks. These failures present a clear and
present danger to the public health and
safety.
"The conduct and failures set forth in
these findings of fact are likely to con-
tinue as evidenced by the lack of per-
sons in a position to correct them.
These deficiencies relate not only to
immediate lack of services of any sys-
tematic means to meet the facility's
day to day needs. Operating rooms,
provisions for tertiary services, ade-
quate related supplies and services
may not be corrected in minimal
time," wrote Alan Levine, secretary of
AHCA.
Family members were called Friday
night and told that the hospital had
been closed. Staff members helped
realtives carry belongings to waiting
vehicles as some opted to take family
members home. Several patients were
taken to a Tallahassee facility and
another was taken to Calhoun County.
Panzy Byrd had been in the hospital
three weeks. 'We came to take our
mother home," said Nathaniel Byrd,
accompanied by his brother James.
Tuesday morning their sister, Panzy,
said their mother was "not doing too
good".
Warren Jones, spokesman for Talla-
hassee Memorial Hospital, said they
have not felt any impact from the clos-
ing. "We have admitted one patient
since Friday. She was already here for
tests as she was admitted," Jones said.
He said he talked with someone from
Gadsden Community Hospital but had
not heard from anyone since that time.


accomplished since becoming exec-
utive director and his future plans.
Although vague in many areas,
commissioner Eugene Lamb said he
supports Gardner and wants to work
closely with him in the future.
Also, legislative consultants Chris
Doolin, Sarah Bleakley, and Bob
Jones told commissioners what to
expect from them in the 2006 leg-
islative session. In preparing for the
session, the trio looked at what com-
missioners named as priorities and
set up recommendations for each
initiative and how it could be
acheived.


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Funeral services for Cora Parker will
be held at New Jerusalem MB
Church at 2 p.m. Saturday, not at Mt.
Zion AME. -Betsey Funeral Home.
Havana to celebrate
pastor's birthday
Come join us as we celebrate the
86th birthday of Rev. William
Maxwell, Sr. Enjoy food, fun and
games Nov. 11 from 12 noon-until at
Gus Bert Ball Park (Iron Bridge Rd.)

New CEO named

for Workforce Plus
Kimberly A. Moore has been
appointed as the new CEO for
Workforce Plus, the workforce
development board for Gadsden,
Leon and Wakulla Counties


growth," he said.
Short of calling for a moratorium
on developments, commissioners
decided in a special workshop Tues-
day night to stop and take a look at
the number of developments that
have been approved over the past
few years.
Right now, the county could
accommodate 82,000 more people
in just the developments already
approved. "And that doesn't include
the cities," McCord said.
In other matters, Chamber of
Commerce director David Gardner
gave an overview of what he has

"We are absolutely not turning anyone
away. We're ready to help and we're
not refusing anyone," Jones said.
"It's our patients that we worry
about," said Geraldine Evans.
Four members of the ACHA fact-
finding team watched as family mem-
bers carried personal belonging out to
waiting cars. "We become the bad
guys, but this isn't something we like
doing," said Barbara Alford, R.N. and
manager of the Tallahassee/Pensacola
Field Office.
"This caught us by surprise," said
county commission chairman Ed
Dixon. "We have been trying to get
ourselves in a position to take over the
hospital should they (Ashford Health
Care) pull out," he said.
"I think that what got to me most was
her (Alma Jones) coming up to me and
asking what the county was going to
do to help them (Ashford Health Care)
out. Then I see that every infraction
epds with 'clear and present danger to
public health', come on, give me a
break," Dixon said.


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A book of their own
Annie Dunham's fourth grade class at St.John Elementary was so
inspired by the book On the Wing by Douglas Florian that they decided
to write a book of their own. On the Wing is a book of poetry about
birds. The poems were amusing as well as informative. The students
each chose a bird. They wrote and illustrated a poem about their spe-
cial bird. The poems were then combined into a book. Each student
received a copy of the book. They were so pleased and excited about
the books that they wanted to share. They presented a copy to their
principal, Ida Walker. They are also planning to present a copy of the
book to the librarian, Carolyn Greene, to be included in the St. John
Elementary library.


Bobcats Observe

Red Ribbon Week
The week of October 24 through
28 was the national observance of
rRed Ribbon Week, and Robert F.
Munroe Day School had several
activities to promote the "Drug
Free" message.
Members of the Gadsden County
Sheriff's Department spoke to stu-
-dents at two assemblies regarding
the dangers of smoking, drugs, and
alcohol use.
Officer Long talked about crime
prevention topics involving law vio-
;lations related to drug.use.. Officer
-Buckhalt, the resource officer at
EGHS, gave personal testimony
concerning middle school experi-
mentation with cigarettes and dis-
cussed the term "gateway drugs"
with the students.
- Dick Walker, father of deceased
faculty member Steve Walker,
spoke to the high school about his
son's addiction to painkillers and
the battle he had waged throughout
his life with the addiction. He
warned students that genes and
experimentation along with easy
access could lead to a life long
struggle.
Walker -stated that his current
interest in drug prevention centers
.oi the availability of prescription
drugs from the Internet. He and his
son, Brett, are now focusing on a
campaign to eliminate the ease with
which these drugs can be obtained.
Posters lined the playground fenc-
ing, and students wore red ribbon
stickers to remind each other of the
importance of a drug free society.
The emphasis on being tomorrow's
leaders and the future of our nation
gave thrust to the message.


GEMS hosts

TESA training
Gadsden Elementary Magnet
School hosted a Teacher Expecta-
tions and Student Achievement
S(TESA) Workshop.
The schools that were represented
were Gadsden Elementary Magnet,
St. John's Elementary and Gadsden
County Head Start/Pre-K.
Instruction was provided by Mil-
lie Anderson, director of elementary
education.
TESA is a program which trains
teachers to interact with students on
a more equitable basis. The faculty
and staff from all schools learned
first hand on how to respond to stu-
dents in a more positive manner.
This approach will be used through
the Gadsden County School District
to improve student achievement.


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Students chosen
to dine with
St. John Elementary
School principal

On Friday, October 28, a group of
students dined with Ida Walker, St.
John Elementary principal.
The students at the Rocket's Diner
were students who have shown
excellent behavior for the month of
October.
These students weie: Janija Wil-
son, Destiny Woods, Jekerriyah
Lewis, Chi-Terra Lewis, Shaquavia
Allen, Javante Washington, Sierra
Evans, DeAsia McNealy Shikyra
Clark, Steven Jones, Amber Spates,
James Evans, Kateshia Jackson,
Shavonte Hall, Leroy Rivera, Larry
Charleston, Kymere Thompson,
Kaylis Baxter, MorShonda
Clemons, Tijah Moore, Priscilla
Ortiz, Nicholas Bittle, Tyrick
Starks, Tierra Shaw, Montyerra
Woodward, Kadasha Spencer, Mar-
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Lashonjanae Murphy, Keveonte
Thomas, LeDaysha Daniels,
DeMaya Moten, Tayla Young,
Shaun Frison, Jordan Lee, Alaysha
Howard, Lakeyah. Robinson,
Tanaya Byrd, Maria Yzaguarrie
,Damien Smith, Danarrius Hinson,
Khari Wilkinson, Jasmine Brown,
Chelsea Fields, DeMarco Dickens,
MakiyPruitt,MontayvisThomas,
Jada Lindsey, Justina Holloman,
Quinton Forehand, Terika Jones
Erika Elena.

Riley .Rock-a-Thon
The Annual Riley House Holiday
Rock-a-Thon will be a happening
on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 9 am to 3
p.m.
The public is invited to come on
out and enjoy live cultural enter-
tainment, delicious foods, arts and
crafts for gift giving, Santa, games
for the children, and holiday spir-
ited rocking by community organi-
zations to support the Riley House.
The event will be held at The
Riley House, 419 E. Jefferson St.-
For information, call 681-7881 or
681-7000.

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14 Gadsden County Times November 10, 2005


The 'funny business' of church


'Church Mess'

is one preacher's

take on churches

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

I What happens in church doesn't
stay in church.
I It's all out with the stage produc-
tion by Quincy native Chad Cooper.
The play, "Church Mess" has played
to sold out venues all over the south-
east. This weekend it's coming to
Lee Hall Auditortium on the campus
of Florida A & M University in Tal-
lahassee.
SThe play was written by Cooper
and his wife, Alicia Robinson-
Cooper, and Bryan Elliott. "The
inspiration came from my own
church and other churches I have
pastored. It is a comical look at the
serious side of church business," he
said. Robinson-Cooper, an accom-
plished songwriter and vocalist,
penned all eight musical selections
sprinkled through the two-act play.
"I have been writing all of my life
and so it came relatively easy to me.
Of course, there has been a lot of
tweaking along the way, but I am
happy with the way the public has
received me," she said..
Cooper pastors a church in Miami,
"A Wealthy Place" where the min-
istries include a 200 member drama
company made up of members
between the ages of 20 and 40.
"Within that group we have a
writing committee that played a piv-
otal role getting this to the stage,"
Cooper said. The characters, like
Mother Jenkins, area composite of
people he has encountered through-
out the years as a minister.
"She's funny, the audience gets a
kick but of her antics. Everyone who
has gone to a black church will see


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Photo by Alice DuPont
Alicia Robinson Cooper, Rev. Chad Cooper and Dawn Thompson all had pivotal roles in the making of the
state production of "Church Mess".


someone they know and recognize
in her," Cooper said.
Other characters include the Pastor
and First Lady, the minister of music
who administers a lot of other things
along with his music, Deacon Henry
who turns out to be as much wom-
anizer as. deacon, and Brother A-
Lexus who like the car he's named
for, keeps things rolling.
"The play is good, clean entertain-
ment. It's not intended to point a
critical finger at any one or any
denomination, it's just something to
make people laugh. We wanted
something that people could enjoy
and not worry about when profanity


was going to pop up or something
not suitable," he said.
Just recently, the auditorium sold
out at the (Florida) Times-Union
Center in Jacksonville. That's where
FAMU vice-president Dr. Eva Wan-
ton saw it.
"It was such a wonderful play and
I wanted to get it on campus for the
students and for the community. I
thought it was simply marvelous
and hilarious," she said.
The fourteen cast members are
directed by Dawn Thompson, who
is not stranger to the world of live
entertainment. She is a graduate of.
he Norland School of Performing


Arts in Miami.
"I'm excited about coming home
and about bringing the play here. I
want people to see what I've been
up to. I think they'll like it," Cooper
said.
"Church Mess" will be presented
this Saturday and Sunday at 6 p.m.
in Lee Hall Auditorium on the
FAMU campus. Tickets are $27.50
in advance and $32 at the door.
Locally, tickets can be purchased in
Quincy at Don's Hair Pair on West
Jefferson Street, House of Music on
S. Monroe Street, and in Chatta-
hoochee at Northside Seafood
Restaurant.

Robertsville-St.

John community

meeting today
.. Roberis\ ille-St. John Community
to meet ThursdaN. Nov. 10 at FAMU
Farm Center on Hwy 267 at 7 p.m.
Please attend your community
meeting.


Area residents are invited to attend
public meetings hosted by the Capi-
tal Region Transportation Planning
Agency (CRTPA) November ,14
through 17 to learn about the
CRTPA's multi-modal, Long Range
Transportation Plan (LRTP) and
what it proposes for the year 2030.
The 2030 LRTP affects residents
of Leon County and portions of
Gadsden and Wakulla Counties.
Attendees will also be able to voice
their opinions on which transporta-
tion projects they think are most
important. This meeting is the last
in a series of three rounds of public
workshops intended to assist in
developing the Capital Region Year
2030 LRTP by year's end,
'With limited funding for the trans-
plrtation needs, the CRTPA will
tike a look at the allocated funds
avid determine which projects are
needed most. The meeting will


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MEETING
NOTICE
SThe City of Quincy
Community Redevelopment
Agency Advisonr
S Committee
SRegular meeting will be
-held on Wednesday,
November 16,2005
at 6:00 P.M.
City Hall
i commission Chambers

The agenda includes the
following items:
Update on CRA Projects
ORA Financial Report
Please contact the Quincy CRA Office
at (850) 627-7681 Ext: 243 with any
S questions or comments. If you have a
(disability requiring accommodations,
please contact the Quincy CRA Office
jt least three days prior to the meeting.
To access a Telecommunications
device for Deaf Persons (TDD) please
call (850) 875-7310.
11-10p


offer attendees the opportunity to
help with the development of the
Year 2030 Cost Feasible Plan.
A lot of research and planning has
gone into this project," said Jack
Kostrzewa, executive director of the
CRTPA. "This is why we're look-
ing forward to hearing the public's
input on which projects they feel are
most needed at our final meetings."
The public meetings are scheduled
for, Springwood Elementary School
in Tallahassee on M.onday, Nov. 14;
Gadsden County Public Library in
Quincy on Tuesday, Nov., 15;
Shadeville Elementary School in
Crawfordville on Wednesday, Nov.
16; and the B.L. Perry, Jr. Branch
Library in Tallahassee on Thursday,
Nov. 17. All meetings will run from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will present
the same information and opportuni-
ties for input.
The CRTPA is the independent


government agency responsible for
transportation planning in Leon
County and portions of Gadsden and
Wakulla Counties, extending west to
Quincy and south to U.S. Highway
98. Meeting regularly, the CRTPA
Board is composed of elected offi-
cials from county and city govern-
ments and staffed by a team of pro-
fessional planters with extensive
experience in all facets of trans-
portation planning. The agency has
contracted with Cambridge System-
atics, Inc. (CS), a consulting firm
specializing in transportation plan-
ning solutions, to assist with the
plan's development. To learn more
about the Year 2030 LRTP, contact
Jack Kostrzewa, Executive Director
for the CRTPA, at (850) 891-8540
or, ,visit
www.capitalregion2030.com.


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to hold meeting
The Shanks Class of 1982 will be
having an important meeting on this
Sunday ,Nov. 13. The meeting will
be at 4:00 in the parking, lot at
Shanks. Please try to attend.


Church news

Continued from Page 6

Quincy district lay
organization to meet

Quincy District Lay organization
will meet Saturday, Nov. 12 at 9:00
a.m. at Shiloh AME Church in Mic-
cosukee.

Quincy First Assembly
of God to honor pastor

Quincy First Assembly of God
will be holding a special day of
honor and recognition for our pas-
tor, Rev. Virginia Shepard on Sun-
day, Nov. 13. Sister Shepard has
faithfully and lovingly served and
nurtured her flock for many, many
years. We love her and would like to
invite everyone who has been a part
of her extended church family and
friends to come help us celebrate her
special day.
Sunday school begins at 10
a.m. and a special service will fol-
low at 11 am. Please plan to join us
for dinner following the service for
a time of fellowship.

St. Stephens' plans
Thanksgiving dinner

The St. Stephens' Mission Board
will serve Thanksgiving dinner to
the homeless, sick and shut-ins on
Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Day between
the hours of 11 and 2. Dinner will be
served in the church dining area.
Please contact Mother Dorothy
Hinson at 875-9859 or St. Stephens'
Church at 856-5870 if you need
more information, or dinner deliv-
ery for the sick and shut-in.

Steward Day at
Arnett Chapel

Rev. Willie E. Hagan and the
Stewards of Arnett Chapel would
like to cordially invite you to come
out and worship with us on our
Annual Steward Day Program, Sun-
day, Nov. 20 at 4:00 p.m. The guest
speaker for this occasion will be the
Rev. Roosevelt Hard)y and the New
Bethel Church farmly. So please
come out and share with us in this
joyous occasion.


The Body of Christ Church,.
Havana, presents General Assembly
2005 Nov. 16-20, Wedesday-Friday
at 7:30 p.m.. Saturday 12 noon serv-
ice, lunch, 3-4, p.m. Marriage Semi-
nar, 4-5 p.m. Holy Women Work-
shop and Holy Men Workshop,


youth activities, Sunday 11:30 a.m.
For more information call (850)
539-7788 or (850) 539-5736

Winner to speak at
Friendship AME
Church

Eric Morgan will be speaking to
the young people from our area and
talking candidly about the strength,
discipline and sheer will power that
is often required in unusual circum-
stances.
The service will be held at Friend-
ship AME church on M.L. King
Drive in Chattahoochee at 11 a.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 13. The Rev. Angus
Jackson is Sr. Pastor.
Eric is from Sneads, and made his
debut on national television as a
fifty-thousand dollar winner, last
October, on the popular reality show
Fear Factor.
He is the son of Myles and Dr.
Deborah Simpson Brown of Sneads
and Zechariah Morgan of Marianna.
He is a graduate of Florida State
University with a double major in
Marketing and Real Estate. He is
employed with Visit Florida as a
promotions representative, and cur-
rently resides in Tallahassee with his
wife Temperince.
All individuals, churches, and/or
other youth groups are invited to
come out and join us in meeting and
greeting this amazing and humorous
young man as he talks about the
things that are important in winning,
and in life.


Obituaries

continued from Page 7
Church.
Funeral services were Nov. 4 at
First Baptist Church in Chatta-
hoochee, Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in Sneads had charge of
arrangements. Burial to be at a later
date. In lieu of flowers contribu-
tions can be made to First Baptist
Church, Children's Department,
503 Main St, Chattahoochee 32324.
She is survived by her daughter,
Ethel Tipton (Harley) of Chatta-
hoochee; two brothers; two sisters;
two grandchildren and one great-
grandson all of Chattahoochee.




NOTICE
The
City of Quincy
requests that before
digging around their
service area, please
Call 627-7681,
ext. 217
for utility locations.
11/10C


THE TOWN OF GREENSBORO IS CONSIDERING PROPOSED CHANGES IN
ITS BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004-2005.
These changes will be discussed at a Town Council Meeting November 14th, 2005
at 7:00 p.m. at the Greensboro Town Hall.
All citizens are invited to attend.
A final decision on the proposed changes will be made at this meeting.
Figures to be changed are those underlined in the budget figures listed below.


Millage per $1,000
General Fund 3.000


BUDGET SUMMARY
Town of Greensboro-Fiscal year 2004-2005'
ADOPTED AS FINAL BUDGET 9/20/2004


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Taxes: Millage Per $1,000
Ad Valorem Taxes 3.000
Utility Tax
Charges for Services
Intergovernmental Revenues
Licenses and Permits
Fines and Forfeitures
Interest Earned/Other
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND BALANCES
EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
General Government
Public Safety
Physical Environment
Transportation
Capital Outlay
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
TRANSFER OUT
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENSES AND RESERVES


GENERAL SPECIAL
FUND REVENUE
FUND


20,117
6,000
38,000
130,555
500
1,200
10,200

206,572

508,660

.73,000
92,150
40,000
37.000
0
242,150
15,639
250,871


508.660


1.000




1.000

1.000


1,000


0


ENTERPRISE
FUND


TOTAL
BUDGET


20,117
6,000
85,952 123,952
131,555
500
1,200
10,200

85.952 293.524


595.612


73.000
93,150
101.591 141.591
37.000
0


101 591


1.000


344741


15.639 0
250.871


85.952 595.612
11-10c


Public can voice opinions on state


plans for transportation in 2030


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Gadsden County Times November 10, 2005 15


Gadsden

County

Times






T Johird
Long
Bi Joe Feroliho


I got back even for the year last week
as I defeated the "Voice of the Quincy
Dodgers' Hilton Williams. Hilton hit
only .400 for the week going 4 of 10
while I batted .700 hitting 7 of 10.
My record is 5-5 for the season in my
weekly football picks and with 3 week's
left I may be able to pull off a winning
campaign.
This week I travel to East Gadsden
High School to meet my competition
which is a very nice lady, Annie McGriff.
Miss Annie is the Office Manager at
East Gadsden, a post she has held since
the school opened and a post she held at
Shanks for a number of years before
moving to East Gadsden.
Miss Annie is a Gadsden county born



Home


signs


with Rice ,

East Gadsden's super guard,
Shyrelle Home, will sign a grant in
aid athletic scholarship to play
baseball at Rice University next
year. .
e 5'10 guard \\a an All
County selection as a junior. She
averaged a double double for the
Jaguars last season with 14 points
per game and eleven assists.
Home also averaged five steals
per game and was a key factor in the
Jaguar team reaching the Final Four
in Lakeland.
Rice is an independent, private
university located in Houston,
Texas. They are an NCAA Division
1 school and a member of Confer-
ence USA.
The signing ceremony will.take
place in the East Gadsden gymna-
sium at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

Clint Brown 3| A

2nd in state

bass ranking
East Gads<
Local angler Clint Brown finished tion.
second in the overall state standings
of the Florida B.A.S.S. Federation
Tournament Trail for the 2005 sea-' G il
son. G
i' Brown who fishes in the local
Sunshine Bassmasters Club had a
total weight of 93.79 pounds in the se
4.evefits Ihe fished in this year. s
He was second to Jerry Shawver
III of the Coast Christian Club who This wee
had a total catch of 107.22 pounds. girls baske
Another local fisherman finished School Ath
9th overall. David Boyd with the ber schools
Quincy Bassmasters had a total movedup o
catch of 47.30 pounds in the 3 with PreSe&
events he competed in. ments allow


SCOREBOARD
College
N.C. State 20 FSU 15
Florida 49 Vanderbilt 42 (2 OT)
FAMU 24 N.C. A&T 10
This week
FSU at Clemson
Florida at South Carolina
FAMU at Hampton
Next week
FSU (open)
Florida (open)
Bethune- Cookman-FAMU
(Orlando)
,High school
Florida High 35 East Gadsden 20
Lafayette Co. 38 West Gadsden 0
Liberty Co. 51 Munroe 0


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new coach
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nament at
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and raised lady and she graduated
Havana Northside in 1970.
She then attend Lively where she
majored in Business Education. Since
completing her studies she has worked in
the Gadsden County school system and
they are lucky, to have her.
She says she's not really up on foot-
ball, but if she picks the games like she
handles her job I'm going to be in trou-
ble.
Miss Annie is one of my favorite peo-
ple to do business \with. She pretty much
handles things at the Highway 90 school.
Let's see ho\o she handles her picks as
she would only corunent on a few of
them.....
FAMU over HAMPTON
FLORIDA over SOUTH CAROLINA
FSU over CLEMSON.....Dad will vin
this rivalry between father and son.
GEORGIA over AUBURN.....I like
Georgia.
SYRACUSE over SOUTH FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA over MARY-
LAND
VIRGINIA over GEORGL, TECH
LSU over ALABAMA
UCF over UAB
Looks like she handled her picks pretty
well but I think it's.....


HkAMIPTON over FAMUIU.....Hampton is
unbeaten, ranked high in Division I1. and
has former Northsider Reggie Knox as a
starter.
FLORIDA over SOUTH CAR-
OLINA.....The emotions aside I believe
Florida has better players.
CLEMSON over FSU......Emotions are
part of this one too but emotions don't
block. Neither do the Seminoles.
AUBURN over GEORGIA......Dwags qb
still banged up. Auburn has some
offense.
SOUTH FLORIDA o\er SYRA-
CUSE.....Bulls speed will help on the
Carrier Dome's surface.
NORTH CAROLINA over MARY-
LAND.....Heels win another home
squeaker.
VIRGIINIA over GEORGIA
TECH.....Jackets are bowl eligible. Cavs
get there this week.
ALABAMIA over LSU.....Only Auburn
will be in the Tide's SEC West way.
UCF over UAB.....This Knight team is
headed for the Conference USA's Cham-
pionship game.

And I hope I'm headed to a plus mark as
Miss Annie and I disagree FIVE times.


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den's Ricky Gennie taps a pass just enough to keep a Florida High



rls basketball


son starts now


k is the opening week of
tball for Florida High
letic Association mem-
. The season has been
ne week on the calendar
ason games and toura-
red this week.
unroe Lady Cats, under
Kenya Grissett, were
lay in a PreSeason tour-
Grand Ridge High
he Lady Cats play host
:e on Tuesday night and
nty on Thursday night.


The Tallavana Christian Lady
Lion, coached by Ron Bolton, will
not play until November 18 when
they host Covenant Christian of
Panama City.
West Gadsden, under new coach
and former Greensboro star player,
Patricia McMillan, will play in a
tournament being held at East
Gadsden on Thursday and Friday
nights. Rick Glenn returns as the
Jaguar coach. Also participating in
the East Gadsden tournament are
North Florida Christian and FAMU.


Mandatory coaches,

officials meeting Nov. 17

There will be a mandatory coaches and officials basketball
meeting for age groups 5-7, 8-9, 10-11 & 12-13 on Novem-
ber 17 at 6:30 p.m. held at the Ferolito Recreation center.
We are also encouraging new coaches and volunteers to
attend this meeting.
Please contact Auburn Ford, athletic coordinator at 875-
2255 for further details.


Photo by Byron Spires
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East Gadsden High School's Willie Johnson breaks away for a long run
last Friday night against the Florida High Seminoles.



Gadsden teams end


season on dismal


note; all 3 lose


All three Gadsden county football
ended their season with losses last
Friday night.
East Gadsden fell behind early to
Florida High as the Seminoles
returned Jaguars fumbles for touch-
downs on East Gadsden's first 2
possessions.
Touchdown passes of 27 yards
and 38 yards from Hlan', Beti;', to
Ricky Gennie helped the Jaguars get
the score to 16-14 at the half.
Florida High behind the play of
quarterback Trey Revell controlled
the ball in the second half and the
Seminole's Cory Varnadore kicked
two field, goals as Florida High
upped their lead to 35-14.
Willie Johnson scored an East
Gadsden touchdown late in the
game to make it 35-20. Florida High
kept that lead as they head for the
2A play-offs with an 8-2 record.
The Jaguars finished 4-6
West Gadsden closed out their 3-
7 year with a 38-0 loss at Mayo.
Their opponent Lafayette Co. fin-
ished the regular season with a 9-0
record and they will compete in the
1A play-off picture.
Munroe ended a 1-9 season with
a 51-0 loss at Liberty Co.
The Bulldogs Jace Ford scored 2
touchdowns and A.J. Marlow, Jamar
Lane, Ervin Young, Heath Flana-
gan, and Rick Shuler also added
scores for Liberty Co.


Player of the Week

Robert F. Munroe





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The Quincy Lions Pee Wee football team JaJaun Perkins rush for one touchdown, also he Lions vs Williston at 11 a.m. and
pounded the Lake City Falcons 25-8 Saturday iin had a 80 yards opening kickoff return for a touch- (Midgets )Quincy Eagles vs Elksat3 p.m..
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atinual Florida State University
Imecoming Parade on Friday,
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between the ages of four and
twelve years of age traded the
hIls of the capital city cheering on
the garnet and gold. The Depart-
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oor cheer instructors Shereka
iHutley, Evelyn McMillon,
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It just could be that the
Hybrid Stocking Program in Georgia
is over. If the cutbacks in Georgia
continues it will be so. The Georgia
General Assembly will decide.
According to G.O.N., 150,000 Geese call GA their home.
That's a lot of honken goin on. Plenny of Wood Ducks this year, how-
ever, with this bumper crop of acorns they may scatter all over.
We have yet to see the
statewide results on the Georgia
S"t Gator Hunt. This needs to be
Si i printed so as the public can know.
It is the belief of this scribler that
less than 300 Gators were taken
statewide.
The fall pattern on the
Oklocknee was bleak so far as Bass
and Bream was concerned. Few
Bream and no Bass.
aA Bass boat reported to us
~. that the Chattahoochee River was
the hot spot this weekend. A boat
launched on the Hooch and began
casting a Bass Jig, took 10 Bass up
Sto 4 1/2 lbs. He cranked up and
went back to the landing using 1
gallon of fuel to make that catch.
Brock Wells, Airborne sta-
tioned at Fort Benning was a guest
Thep 'k p of his father Steven and his wife,
Pam Martin-Wells. 'In 2 hours
Bassing they landed 8 Bass, 2 over
5 lbs. We think that is good since it was in the Flint.
Wewahitchka was the host of the Florida Annual Catfish Tour-
nament when 245 Anglers from 7 states converged on it to fish. The
winner was a 43 lbs. Flat Head. I forgot to mention that 22 kids were
fishen.
Lots of man-sized Specks are
coming from upriver Saterday on -
Minnows, some 200 caught. Sound,
good.
Ed Mullins, Jacksonville
Beach, Fla. Fishen with his father .'
from Ohio landed a 7.4 lbs. Bass
Sunday morning. Matt Baty and
Clint Brown fishen 3 Rivers won the
event with 26 1/4 lbs. of Bass one at
7.57 lbs. These kind of ketches will
improve as the winter settles in and
the temp gets stabilized. We look for
the small Perch to get bigger and the
bigger ones to bite better.
... Ryan and-Adam Parr, after
looking around for a while decided
to catch a big fish. One of them was
from Texas and the other from
Florida. Fishen with your brother, now that's a good thang.

Wingate's Fishing Report
November 6, 2005
Lake Surface Temp: 67
Lake Level: Down 6 inches
Big Lake: Clear
Chattahoochee: Clear and Fishable
Flint: Clear and Fast
Spring Creek: Clear and Fishable
Fish Pond Drain: Clear
Report provided by: Jack Wingate

The pictures are of Ed Muilins of Jacksonville Beach, FL with a 7.4
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Book TV


bus rolls


into town :1


C-Span 2's big
yellow bus takes
non-fiction volumes
on the road
By ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The big yellow bus rolled right
into town and parked in front of the
courthouse. Passersby looked at the
thing with a wary eye, but only a
handful stopped by to ask what it
was all about. That's too bad,
because Scott Peterson, C-Span 2
marketing representative was eager
to explain.
C-Span 2, as many people with a
keen interest in the day-to-day
workings of the federal government
already know, broadcasts five days
a week what's going on in the Sen-
ate from gavel to gavel. C-Span 1
broadcasts what's happening in the
House of Representatives. They've
been doing this since 1979.
With all of the week taken up, C-
Span 2 looked around for something
else to do, according to Peterson,
and decided that weekends should
be taken up with Book-TV. That's
right, Book-TV. Every weekend
books and authors are featured.
They're not just any old books
either.
"All of the books we feature are
non-fiction," he said.
In between interviews they also go
to a lot of book signing and book
festivals.
C-Span was founded by the cable
industry as a public service and was
meant to teach people about poli-
tics. "The shows we feature are sup-
posed to help people understand
politics better," he said.
Peterson said his bus is a fully
contained production studio % ith its
directors chairs set up for inter\lew\s
and its cameras stratenicall located
for nmasmnum exposure. One regu-
larly featured program that is some-
times filmed on the bus is "In
Depth" which features conversa-
tions with internationally acclaimed
authors and some with no acclaim at
all.
The C-Span 2 bus only stopped
here for two hours, by 2 o'clock
Thursday afternoon they were fold-
ing up the tables, and closing the
windows. The driver turned on the
air conditioner and they were off to
visit a. book store and the public
library in Tallahassee.
"'We're scheduled to be in Sara-
sota Saturday for a book festival,"'
Peterson said.


Photo by Alice DuPont
C-Span 2's big yellow bus attracted attention, but only a handful of inquisitive minds during its stop in Quincy enroute to a book fair in Sarasota last week.


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Health Care
Awareness Fair
is Saturday
The people of Gadsden County
living in the rural communities
throughout the area are invited to
come and learn to live healthy at the
upcoming Gadsden County Health
Care Revival.
The array of free health services,
health professionals and research
presentations, booths and informa-
tion dissemination will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 12 at the FAMU
Research & Extension Center,
Slodatd' on 4253 Bianbrdge High-
way, from 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Come and share your concerns
about health care and how it is
affecting you, your family, commu-
nity, and the nation. The opportu-
nity to participate in a convenience
sample survey will allow you to lend
your voice of concerns during the
upcoming community health care
revival and help make a lasting dif-
ference for generations to come.
Our community outreach efforts
will continue to keep the community
informed and empowered with life-
saving information.
Project CHOICE (Center for
Health Options and Innovative
Community Empowerment) contin-
ues to seek opportunity to enhance
unity among the universities, health
professionals, and the community in


providing an enhanced holistic sys-
tematic health services partnership.
If you have any questions, please
call Sherry Vanlandingham at (850)
627-8330 or Dr. Richard Gragg at
(850) 599-8549.

St. Hebron AME
Church/Gadsden
Extension Service to
offer diabetes program
Tallahassee Memorial Hospitals'
Diabetes Center and Bayer will
present "Know Your Healthy
Steps." The program is Thursday,
Nov. 17, 6 p.m. at St. Hebron's
church, 1730 St. Hebron's Road,
Quincy.
There will be discussions on
impact of diabetes, key measures of
diabetes control, diet, exercise for
your health, impact of healthy
lifestyle choices, foot examinations,
eye examinations and more.
Those attending will receive free
pedometer, blood glucose meters
and training.
For more information, or to sign
up for the workshop, call Elizabeth
Gorimani or Ruby Houston at 875-
7255.

TCC plans International
Student Week events
Tallahassee Community College's
International Student Organization
(ISO) will join the nationwide
observance of International Educa-
tion Week (IEW) November 14-18.
This will be the first time TCC has
celebrated International Education
Week.
TCC's weeklong series of activi-
ties will begin at 7 p.m. on Monday,


November 14 with an evening of
world music featuring
"Aconcagua," an ensemble perform-
ing music from the Andes of South
America. That evening, ISO will
raise funds for its scholarship pro-
gram by auctioning off a dinner fpr
ten prepared by and at the home of
Tallahassee's own Lucy Ho.
Other events slated for Interna-
tional Education Week include a live


video teleconference with San Hsin
High School, TCC's sister school
located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on
Tuesday, November 15; the Interna-
tional Parade of Nations on Wednes-
day, November 16; a citywide
reception for international, students
at TCC, Florida State University,
and Florida A&M University on
Thursday, November 17; and an
international coffee hour on Friday,


November 18. In addition, on:
November 15 and 17, ISO will set
up information tables in the Student
Union on topics such as "Pick a
Country To Visit," "Why not a little
taste of the Middle East," and TCC's
Study Abroad Program, providing:
students with the opportunity to:.
learn a number of facts and figures
about the many countries repre-.
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SNew traffic unit intends to cure


Ii drivers of their 'need for speed'


Photo by Alice DuPont
Bins and benches
Workmen place new trash containers around the Quincy courthouse square. The bins and new benches were
installed through a beautification effort by theCommunity Redevelopment Association.


Havana woman dies in crash


Cora Parker dies, two other

women receive minor injuries

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

An Havana woman, Cora Parker, 63, died Saturday
night from injuries she received in a one-car crash east
of Havana.
Two other women in the vehicle, Ethal Jean Parker, 48,
and Dorothy Parker, 53, suffered minor injuries.


Sheriff's arrest report
Nov. 7.,20^ ,,- ,
Doc McGriff-sale of crack cocaine &
possession with intent to sell crack
cocaine; Teny Baker-burglary, felony
criminal mischief, possession of bur-
glary tools and trespassing; Reshad
McGriff-FTA/for compliance on
bond, possession of F/A by convicted
felon, sale or delivery of F/A with
serial number altered, FTA/compli-
ance on bond, possession of controlled
substance with intent to sell and pos-
session M/T 20 grams cannabis; Lon-
nie Brumley-sale of controlled sub-
stance.
Doris Woods-sale of controlled sub-
stance, possession with intent to dis-


According to a report released by the Florida Highway
Patrol, Dorothy Parker was driving a 2001 Nissan sports
utility vehicle west on County Road 12 about 10:41 p.m.
The SUV left the road and moved onto the north shoul-
der where it hit a culvert and went airborne and into a
creek. The front of the SUV hit the bank of the creek and
rolled over on the passenger side.
Both of the injured women were wearing seatbelts.
FHP was unsure whether Cora Parker was wearing a
seatblet. FHP said the crash was alcohol-related and an
investigation is continuing with charges pending.


tribute, possession of marijuana and
possession of drug paraphernalia;
Priscella Morris-VOP/perjury in offi-
cial proceeding; Curtis Mitchell-
VOP/burglary of structure; Russell
Gearhart-VOP/DUI 3-F; Travis Jack-
son-VOP/sale of cannabis within
1,000 ft. of public housing, possession
with intent to sell marijuana and bur-
glary of conveyance.
Keith McCray-VOP/sale of con-
trolled substnace; John Forehand-
VOP/possession of cocaine; Clearence
Holsey-possession with intent to sale
cocaine, sale of cocaine, possession
with intent cocaine and possession of a
F/A by felon; Carlton Bell-attempted
grand theft.


MEETING NOTICE

The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners will have
a regular meeting Tuesday, November 15, 2005, starting 6:00
p.m. The following items have been agendaed: Election of
Chairman and Vice Chairman; Consentfor approval: Minutes of
September 20, 2005 Regular Meeting and, October 11, 2005
Special Meeting; Approval to pay County Bills; Resurfacing of
the Health Department Parking Area and Access Roads;
Purchase of Public Works Refuse Truck; Execution of Library
Clic Grant Agreements: Approval of Construction Manager for
Chattahoochee Library RFP No. 05-22;. Grant Acceptance -
Gadsden County Narcotics Task Force Grant; Authorization for
County Manager to Attend the FAC Annual Legislative
Conference; Request to Process with Proposed Amendment to
Ordinance to-Authorize County Manager to Employ Department
Heads; Health Department Contract; Planning Grant to Establish
a School Concurrency System; Request to Reschedule Second
December 2005 County Commission Regular Meeting and
January 2006 Regular Meetings; Public Hearings: Rescheduled
Public Hearing Deer Ridge Subdivision Construction Site and
Site Drainage; Mortham-Shaw Comprehensive Plan Amendment
- Administrative Future Land Use Map Amendments; Suranac
Vineyards Comprehensive Plan Amendment Large Scale Plan
Amendment; Thompson Comprehensive Plan Amendment -
Large Scale Amendment; Suber Family Trust Comprehensive
Plan Amendment; General Business; Discussion of Sidewalk
Policy; Energy Savings Performance Contracting; USDA Rural
Business Enterprise Grant Explanation of "Proceed at Risk"
Letter McDaniels' Piggly Wiggly Store Project; FY 2004-2005
Year End Budget Amendments; County Manager Miscellaneous
Items; County Attorney Miscellaneous Items; Citizens
Requesting to be Heard on Non-Agenda Items (3 minute limit)
and Discussion by Commissioners.

If a person decides to appeal any decision by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter considered at such public
meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and fbr such pur-
pose he/she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes testimony and evidence to which
the appeal is to be heard. l-1oc
11-10C


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Feel the need for speed? Like put-
ting the pedal to the metal? Go
ahead, speed. Brag about how fast
you've been driving.
It won't be such a hot topic when
you get caught by a member of the
Gadsden County Sheriff's Office
Traffic Division.
If you look in your rear view mir-
ror and see a brand new black
Dodge Charger behind you, pull on
over, because chances are that
you've been caught and you're
going to get a ticket. That's a prom-
ise from Deputy Calvin Carter.
In an effort to curb the record
number of traffic fatalities recorded
in 2005 most caused by speeding,
aggressive drivers, and those who
drive under the influence the traf-
fic unit was started by Sheriff Mor-
ris Young.
"There are four deputies in the
traffic unit. There is traffic enforce-
ment, driving under the influence of
drugs or alcohol, K-9, and aggres-
sive drivers," said Carter.
Carter said he will be lboking for
speeders and people who constantly
change lanes without signaling. "I
will be all over the county, I will be
working different shifts and I'm not
cutting any slack to speeders and
aggressive drivers," he said.
His first day on the road was Octo-
ber 17 and since then he has issued
72 citations. "In one day, I gave out
12," he said.
The average ticket he has issued
cost the driver $155.50. "The lowest
ticket a person will get if they are
.pulled over is $71.50; the highest
will be $355.50 and I have given out
one of those to a person speeding in
a school zone," Carter said.
The Dodge is almost ready with
the "full package" but a few more
things will be added in the next few


NOTICE OF INTENT TO TRANSMIT

PROPOSED LAND USE CHANGE:


Administrative Future Land Use Map Amendment A
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
25.93 acres from Light Industrial to Rural Residential
16.98 acres from Rural Residential to Light Industrial
The Gadsden County Growth Management Department is propos-
ing an administrative Future Land Use Map amendment to change
the official land use map by changing the land use on a 16.98 acre
parcel and several other parcels totaling 25.93 acres as indicated
in the map above. Said parcels are further described by Tax ID
numbers 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00333-0100; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-


00334-0000; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00331-0500;
00323-0100; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00331-0300;
00331-0400; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00331-0100;
00324-0300; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00323-0100;
00324-0200; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00324-0100;
00323-0300; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00323-0500;
00331-0600; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00323-0400;


3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-
3-22-2N-3W-0000-


00331-0200; 3-22-2N-3W-0000-00314-0500 and are located
south of Blue Star Highway (US 90), east and west of Armstead
Road and west of Rentz Road. The Growth Management
Department is seeking approval to change 16.98 acres on the
Future Land Use Map designation from Rural Residential (1:1) to
Light Industrial and 25.93 acres from Light Industrial to
Residential (1:1). The Board of County Commissioners will hear
the application and receive public comment Tuesday,
Novemberl5, 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.


Photo by Alice DuPont
Deputy Calvin Carter and the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office's new
traffic unit are on the lookout for speeders.
weeks. "The full package includes just because this is a rural county,
front and rear cameras, laser, red big city traffic fines are in the future
and blue lights, a computer and for speeders and aggressive drivers.
radio," he said. "The sheriff is serious about this
Carter said that he wants drivers in and so am I," he said.
Gadsden County to be informed that


NOTICE OF INTENT TO TRANSMIT

PROPOSED LAND USE'CHANGE:

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Administrative Future Land Use Map Amendment D
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
52.25 acres from Agricultural 2 to Rural Residential

The Gadsden County Growth Management Department is propos-
ing an administrative Future Land Use Map amendment to change
the official land use map by changing the land use on several
parcels totaling 52.25 acres as indicated in the map above.
Said 52.25 acres are further described by Tax ID numbers 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0040; 3-06-2N-4W-0880-00000-0030; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00110-0400; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00143-1000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00143-0500; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00143-2000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00143-0100; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00143-1800; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00143-1700; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00143-0200; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00143-0400; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00142-2500; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00142-2000; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00142-1500; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00142-1200; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00142-0100; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00141-0200; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00141-0400; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00141-0100; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00141-1000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00141-0300; 3-06-2N-4W-0880-00000-0010; 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0020, 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00110-0300; 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0050; 3-06-2N-4W-0880-00000-0060; 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0070; 3-06-2N-4W-0880-00000-0090; 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0100; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00142-1000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00144-2500; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00144-2000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00143-1500; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00143-0300; 3-06-
2N-4W-0880-00000-0080; 3-06-2N-4W-0000-00141-2000; 3-06-
2N-4W-0000-00141-3000 and is located west of Dewey Johnson
Road (CR 65A) and the Gretna City Limit, horth of Greensboro
Highway (SR 12) and south of Bassett Road (CR 270). The
Growth Management Department is seeking approval to change
the Future Land Use Map designation 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 15, 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.








Gadsden County Times November 10, 2005 19





Lewis Gregory and his P38


Gregory saw the

world and the war

from his fighter


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Today Lewis Gregory enjoys his retirement. He
spends his days raking his yard and playing with his
two dogs, Timmy, an Australian Shepherd and Ferbie, a
mixed small black dog that adopted him. "He just
showed up one day," Gregory said.
Gregory, now 86, was an avid golfer for many years,
but over the past few years his health has kept him off
the golf course.
He retired many years ago from his family business,
Gregory Insurance. He and his wife Mabel have three
daughters, four grandchildren and seven great-grand-
children. Mabel passed away in 1983.
This Friday, November 11, is Veterans Day and Gre-
gory sat Monday afternoon reminiscing about his war
years and flying the famous P 38.
Gregory, like many of his age, would grow up in a
time when much of the world was in turmoil. As a
young teenager he would hear about Germany and an
up and rising dictator, Hitler.
By the time he was ready to graduate from high
school Europe would be at war. During his two years at
the University of Florida, Japan would bomb Pearl
Harbor and America would be at war on two fronts.
While Gregory was back at home working at the
Quincy State Bank, he would make a decision that
would change his life forever.
Gregory had been taking flying lessons from the local
Civil Air Pilot Training offered at the Quincy Airport.
"Arthur Corry and Kenneth McKowen, were the two
pilots that taught the flying school," Gregory said.
l Gregory loved to fly and passed the course at the fly-
ing school. He had been bitten by the flying bug, he
'said, so at 21 years old he took the next step and joined
the Army's Air Corps.
"I wanted to be a part of it," Gregory said about the
i ai. He had seen the occupation of Europe unfold and
felt that the Nazi's were eyeing the United States as
well.
After a trip to Jacksonville for physical and being
Sworn into the Army, Gregory was on his way to
Becoming an Air Corps cadet.
He would make three stops in Texas for training. He
would be stationed in San Francisco, California at
SHamilton Field. It would be in California that Gregory
would receive training in the Lo'ckheLlJ P 38, Amer-
ica's premier twin engine fighter plane.
The P 38 was the first American-production twin
engine fighter plane. It had a top speed of 414 mph and
was used prima-
rily as a long
range escort
fighter (1100
mile range) for
bombers. The P
38 could fly at
altitudes up to
40,000 feet
making the
plane one of the
highest flying
fighter escorts I
of the war. The
P 38 was very
versatile and
used as troop
support and as a
light bomber
carrying two
500 pound
bombs for low
level drops.
By early 1943
Gregory was on
his way to
North Africa.
He would fly
his plane from
California to the
east coast and
then on to Eng-
land. Once he
left the states he
would land
along the way
in places like
Newfoundland, A picture of Gregory during 7
Greenland and
Iceland, before
landing in southern England.
In England he would receive even more extensive
training, before heading to North Africa.
Gregory had been assigned to the Fourth Air Force,
14th fighter group, 49th fighter squadron stationed near
Tbassa, Tunisia. Major General Jimmy Doolittle,
would be the North African Strategic Air Force com-
mander in charge of Gregory's squadron. 'It would
be in Gregory's area that the Germans would be forced
out of North Africa and the tide of the war would start
to shift.


One of Gregory's fellow group members, Dick Bong,
had been delayed from reaching North Africa, because
of a little episode back in San Francisco. Bong, he said,
had flown under the Golden Gate Bridge in his P 38. It
was not that everyone else had not done the same
thing, Gregory said. The difference had been that as
Bong flew under the bridge, his commanding officer
happened to be driving across the bridge. Bong
would spend a few extra months pushing paper work in


California before being shipped to North Africa, Gre-
gory said about his fellow P 38 pilot.
After finally reaching North Africa, Bong would
become America's World War Two Ace of Aces. Bong
would shoot down 40 enemy planes by the end of the
war. Sadly, however, Bong would decide to train
on the new jet planes the Air Force were starting to use
and would be killed in an accident six months after the
war ended.
For Gregory although it was war, he will tell you it
was one of the best times of his life.
"1 met some of tle finest people\d whie I was there,'
Gregory said.
Gregory would fly a total of 47 missions in his P 38.
One in partic-
ular will
Always be his'
Most memo-
rable.
The Ger-
mans had sent
three bombers
to drop
bombs on
Tbassa, Gre-
gory said. "I
came up from
behind and

German JU
88 bomber."
It would be
the only plane
Gregory shot
down he said.
Three Ger-
mans sur-
vived the
plane crash
and were
taken pris-
oner.
He decided he
wanted to
meet the three
men.
He met the
pilot first and
the German
pilot looked
at him and
VW II is shown with his medals. said, "You're
not the man
that shot me
down, he was a much bigger man."
Gregory said he laughed, because the German pilot
had never seen him before the plane went down.
His reaction to the German prisoners was mixed. The
pilot was about his age, maybe 22 or 23 years old. The
other two men were 18 or 19 Gregory said. The pilot
was very indoctrinated in German propaganda, the two
other men were so young he said.
An officer had witnessed Gregory's downing of the
bomber. "I thought you were going to run into that
bomber," the officer said to Gregory. Gregory
said he mumbled under his breath that had he not shot
the bomber down he probably would have rammed the
plane.
The German mission had been almost suicidal as
well. All three planes had been shot down and they
were not escorted by any fighter planes.
When asked what happened to the three German pris-
oners said they were handed over to the French. "The
-French were not very good to the Germans," he said.


On another mission Gregory said his squadron was
doing low level strafing when two of the four planes
were downed as he watched.
When asked if he was ever unnerved or scared Gre-


ing for, rich
in oil
reserves, and
the Germans
wanted it. In
North Africa
would be
some of the
bloodiest bat-
tles of the
war. The Ger-
mans would
ultimately
lose, but not
before thou-
sands would
die. Out of
the North
Africa cam-
paign would
come names
that are for-
ever synony-
"i mous with
WW II, Pat-
ton, Mont-
gomery,
Rommel, and
Bradley.
Gregory
would end his
war years
training pilots
in Washing-
ton state, but
not before
stopping in
Quincy on a
19-day fur-
lough to
marry Mabel
Bell.
Photo by Byron Spires For his war
ences in WW II. years Gregory
was awarded
the Distin-
guished Flying Cross, Air Medal with four clusters (10
missions for each cluster). He would leave the Air
Force as a Captain and come back to Quincy to raise
his family.


gory said,
"That's why "That's why they have you
they have young
pi"You'retoo pilots. You're too young an
young and it is (
happening too IS 1 ppen tg, j t to e
tf aito6 be wor--
ried or scared," worried or scared.
Gregory said.
Gregory's mis-
sions would Lewis Gregc
cover the capa-
bilities of his P
38. One day he might be covering ground troops, Citadel and University
another he might be escorting bombers to Sicily for the helping his father in th
next leg of the Allied's campaign to rid the world of when he decided to joi
the Nazis. papers to be promoted
Many days he said he would be on stand-by or flying action.
above the base watching for enemy aircraft. Many young men an(
Gregory said the terrain was an arid and sandy desert times of war to defend
with mountains along one side. It was land worth fight- them on Veterans Day.


As an epilogue to
lng Gregory's story:
two young Gre-
ld it gory sons went
war,, but only one
returned to his
beloved Quincy.
George Gregory,
Jr. was killed in
Okinawa, Japan, a
ory ] captain in the
infantry, Gregory
said about his
brother. He was a
of Florida graduate and was
.e family insurance business
.n the Army. He had received his
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143 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Urban Service Area 362 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Rural Residential 384.07 Acres from Agricultural 3 to Agricultural

scale land use amendment for 143 acres of land as indicated in the The applicants, The Suber Family Trust, have presented a large The aplians aadment or 3.7 acres o land as indicated a
map above. Said 143 acres are further described by Tax ID number scale land use amendment for 362 acres of land as indicated in the the an d ue amendment fo .07 acres are further descri ed y T
3-10-2N-4W-0000-00300-0100 and is located sorth of the CSX map above. Said 362 acres are further described by Tax ID the map above. Said 384.07 acres are further described by Tax D19-3N-2W-0000-
Railroad, west of Bostick Road (CR 274), and north and east of numbers 3-25-2N-3W-0000-00300-0000 and 3-30-2N-3W-0000- 0020-0000, 2-19-3N-2W-0000-00320-0000, 2-19-3N-2W-0000-:
Harbin Road. The applicant is seeking approval to change the 00323-0100 and is located south of Blue Star Highway (US 90), 00231-0000 and 2-18-3N-2W-0000-00340-0000 andis located east
Future Land Use Map land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Urban north east of Reeves Lane, north of Interstate 10 and east of thead (CR and caane, sout
Service Area (5:1). The Board of County Commissioners will hear Little River. The applicant is seeking approval to change the of Point lillin Road (CR ) and Jessica Lane, south of Salem
the application and receive public comment Tuesday, November Future Land Use Map land use from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Rural apcant iR 1 eekind noprthal t ohangetheFutu C asn Rad Ma
15, 2005. The meeting will be held at 6:00 pm in the Commission Residential (:1) and Conservation.TheBoard of Countyal (1:20) to Agricultural (:5). The
meeting room located at the address below. More information can Commissioners will hear the application and receive publicCommissioners will hear the alication and
be obtained on the proposed changes at the Department of Growth comment Tuesday, November 15, 2005. The meeting will be held receive ublic comment Tes e er 1The
Management, IB East Jefferson Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663. at 6:00 pm in the Commission meeting room located at the address
Persons wishing to comment may do so at the public hearings or in below. More information can be obtained on the proposed changes meeting will be held at 6:00 pm in the Commission meeting room
located at the address below. More information can be obtained on
writing to the Board of County Commissioners, 5B East Jefferson at the Department of Growth Management, 1B East Jefferson
Street, Quincy Florida 32351. Street, Quincy Florida, 875-8663. Persons % i.hing to comment the proposed changes at the Department of Growth Management,
may do so at the public, hearings or in writing to the Board of 1B East Jefferson Street, Quincy Florda, 875-8663. Persons
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change the official land use map by changing the land use ona
30.14 acre parcel as indicated in the map above. Said 30.14 acres
are further described by Tax ID number 3-3 1-2N-5W-0000-00221-
0000 and is located north side of Bristol Highway (SR 12) anid
Kever Lane. west of Henrietta Drive. The Growth Management
Department is seeking approval to change the Future Land Use
Map designation from Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Agricultural 2
(1:10). The Board of County Commissioners will hear the
appliSation and receive public comment Tuesday, November 15,
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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The Gadsden County Growth Management Department is
proposing an administrative Future Land Use Map amendment to
change the official land use map by changing the land use on
several parcels totaling 7.13 acres. Said 7.13 acres are further
described by Tax ID 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-9830000-00000-0060; 2-10-3N-4W-9830-00000-0070 and
is located north of Hutchinson Ferry Road (CR 272) and northeast
of Rod Shaw Road. The Growth Management Department is
seeking approval to change the Future Land Use Map designation
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 15, 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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Mortham-Shaw
Large Scale Land Use Amendment
309.92 Acres from Agricultural 2 and Agricultural 3 to
Rural Residential

Governmental Consultants, LLC have presented a large scale land
use amendment for 309.92 acres of land as indicated in the map
above. Said 309.92 acres are further described by Tax ID numbers
2-27-3N-4W-0000-00400-0000, 2-34-3N-4W-0000-00100-0000
and 2-34-3N-4W-0000-001 30-0000 and is located on north and
south sides of Solomon Dairy Road (CR 379-A), east of Glory
Road and west of Luten Road (CR 270-A). The applicant is
seeking approval to change the Future Land Use Map land use
from Agricultural 2 (1:10) and Agricultural 3 (1:20) to Rural
Residential (1:1). The Board of County Commissioners will hear
the application and receive public comment Tuesday, November
15, 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,.lB 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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brought to our office at 15 S.
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And the ivinners are...
George W. Munroe is proud to announce the winners of this year's Red Ribbon Week essay contest. "Why
.Should I Be Drug Free" was the primary focus of the essay. Many students entered the contest, but only a
few could win. This year's winners are pictured with Bonnie Blitch, principal of George Munroe Elementary.
Pictured are (first row L/R) Aklyah Robinson (4th), Flor Cruz (4th), Keyran Black (3rd), (back row L/R)
Franny Mejia (5th), Mrs. Blitch, and Jamie Ainsworth (5th).
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GEMS Red Ribbon Week
Gadsden Elementary Magnet School celebrated "Red Ribbon Week"
on October 25-28, 2005, with various activities that included: "Shade
Out Drugs" Day, where everyone wore shades to school, "Put a Cap on
Drugs" Day, where everyone wore a cap or hat to school, "Owls Write"
Day, where students wrote a essay on "Why is it important to be Drug
Free" and shown above are Owls on a walk around campus donning
sweats to let the community know that "Living Drug-free Is No Sweat".


Havana Middle hosts DLT
'Havana Middle School hosted the October meeting of the Gadsden
,DLT (District Leadership Team). After the team had taken care of the
,business at hand, Dr. Norris, principal of Havana Middle school,
:invited the faculty and students to present some of the ways the school
.is "striving for an A." Devonte Sampson, an eighth grade student and
;Mr. HMS, explained his FCAT scores from last year. He demonstrated
:that he understands the areas of weakness and the areas of strength. He
:knows where he needs to concert his efforts the most. Dr. Norris and
*Mrs. Lockett, the guidance counselor, have been having "chats" with the
,students so that they will understand their FCAT scores and work to
:improve them. Maurice Stokes, a first year inclusion teacher,as well as
:sixth grade team leader, explained one of the strategies that is being
:used by all grade levels to disaggregate data. Each Monday the teach-
:ers meet with Dr. Norris to the discuss what needs to be done for the
,students we are showing success. Under the directions of Mrs. Jones-
Wilborn the students preformed the "FCAT Writing" song.


Future business leaders to be installed

West Gadsden High, East Gadsden High, and James A. Shanks Middle
Schools will be installing members in Future Business Leaders of America
on Nov. 14.
The installation ceremony will be held at the Simon Scott Senior Citizen
building at 6:30 p.m. Parents of members are invited to the ceremony.


Malorie McKinnon
McKinnon Named
Munroe HOBY
ambassador
Robert F. Munroe Day School has
named Malorie McKinnon, daugh-
ter of Elaine and Howard McKin-
non of Quincy, as their ambassador
to the Hugh O'Brian Youth leader-
ship program.
"For nearly five decades, HOBY
has worked diligently at helping
young people make a difference and
become catalysts for change in the
home, school, workplace, and com-
munity.
As one of the nation's foremost
youth leadership development
organizations, Hoby is respected
worldwide and is recognized on the
college entrance applications."
During a highly interactive week-
end seminar, Malorie will be intro-
duced to distinguished leaders of
the community from many areas of
business, education, science, tech-
nology, and government. There
will be panel discussions in which
she will see realistically how these
citizens work and harmonize within
a community. Her leadership skills
will be enhanced through question-
and-answer sessions, small group
discussions, and leadership exer-
cises.
Malorie is presently involved in
many activities at school, which
have qualified her for this honor.
She is a two-year member of the
Anchor Club and is a Board mem-
ber this year. She has been in Beta
Club for two years and was a mem-
ber of Junior Beta in middle school.
Malorie is a member of the Student
Council, plays varsity basketball
and softball, and was named the
2005 MIP in softball. Because of
her academic standing, she was also
named the Female Scholar Athlete
for 2005 at the spring sports ban-
quet. Malorie is also a member of
the Thomas Memorial Baptist
Church youth group.
As a HOBY alumnus, Malorie
will be offered opportunities for
travel and scholarships in the
future, as well as benefit from her
experience at the seminar in May.


Gadsden county

school lunch

menus

Friday, Nov. 11
School Holiday

Monday, Nov. 14
Breakfast-cheese grits w/biscuit &
ham
Lunch-deli turkey ham, macaroni &
cheese w/ roll, seasoned mixed veg-
atables, cinnamon apple sauce,
chilled sliced peaches

Tuesday, Nov. 15
Breakfast-scrambled eggs w/link,
variety of 100% fruit juice.
Lunch-spaghetti & meat sauce, gar-
lic toast, seasoned green beans,
pineapple tidbits, white cake.

Wednesday, Nov. 16
Breakfast-blueberry muffin, variety
of mixed fruit.
Lunch-meatloaf w/tomato sauce &
roll, whipped potatoes, buttered
sweet peas, chocolate chip cookie.

Thursday, Nov. 17
Breakfast-french toast w/syrup &
turkey, variety of 100% fruit juice.
Lunch-chicken nuggets w//ketchup
& roll, buttered corn on the cob,
toss salad, sliced peaches.

Friday, Nov. 18
Breakfast-cheese grits w biscuit &
ham, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch-corn dogs w/mustard, baked
beans, cole slaw, fruited Jell-O,
peanut butter cookie.

Chattahoochee

Advisory Council

to meet

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, Chatta-
hoochee Elementary School will
have our School Advsiory Council
meeting. The meeting will be held
in the Media Center from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. Please make plans to
attend this important meeting and
support our school.
For more information, please con-
tact Mary McMillion, Parent Liai-
son or. Robert Lewis, C.E.S. princi-
pal at 663-4373.

8 attend books for

youth conference

in Georgia

A delegation of eight, V. Norris,
M. Knight, J. Hill, J. Lewis, N. Har-
ris, W. Blitch, M. Smith, and G.
Kelly, attended the 6th IBBY (Inter-
national Board on Books for Youth)
Regional Conference at Callaway
Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia.
USBBY (United States Board on
Books for Youth), which is the
United States Section of IBBY,
hosted the conference where there
were more than 300 college profes-
sors, authors, illustrators, publish-
ers, school librarians, public librari-
ans, reading teachers, and advocates
for children and children's literature
in attendance.
The regional conferences are held
every other year. The theme of this
year's conference was "Children's
Books: Messengers of Peace."
These two organizations focus on
national and international activities
related to children's literature. They
encourage the provision of high
quality literature for young people
throughout the world, and they
cooperate with other organizations
that have similar objectives. IBBY
and USBBY also hope to build
bridges of international understand-
ing through children's and young
adult's books.
The group had an opportunity to
listen to keynote speakers, such as
Mordicai Gerstein, Naomi Shihab
Nye, and Aliki. Knight is pictured
with Ashley Bryan, a world renown
illustrator of children's books. He is


also the United States nominee for
the 2006 Hans Christian Anderson
Award.


Mummies at HMS
The entire sixth grade at HMS has been caught up in an audio book this
nine weeks. The book is entitled Mummies in the Morning by Mary
Pope Osborne. This is a Magic Tree House Book. A random survey
about the book found these comments: Zemaric Holt said, "The part I
liked best was when they got lost in the hall that keeps tomb robbers
out." Christopher Artis said, I like the part when Jack lost his sister."
Jermaine Harris said, "I liked when the house started spinning and
took them to Egypt." Deshon Sampson said, "I liked when Annie got
lost in the false passage."" Brittney Parker said ,"I liked when the cat
came o ut of the woods." Carl Feet said, My favorite part was when
the ghostqueen was looking to the book of the dead." Brittany Williams
said, I liked the part when their mom had called them." Mario Har-
ris said," I liked when they went through the wrong door." Fred
Maynor said,"I liked when the mummy found Annie and Jack." Qulera
Allen said, "I liked the part when the ghost queen went to her next life."
Trishonna Henry said, "I liked when Annie and Jack were helping the
mummy." Telvin Harrison said, "I liked when they got lost in the pyra-
mid." Vantarian Wright said, "I thought it got interesting when they
found the mummy." According to the sixth grade language arts teacher,
Mummies in the Morning proved to be an enriching experience.


HMS parent expo
HMS Parent Involvement Committee sponsored a parent expo Thurs-
day night, Nov 3. The expo featured a spaghetti dinner along with a
"meet and greet" from the faculty and staff. The parents were allowed
to go to each of their children's teachers and discuss means of cultivat-
ing their children's academic experiences at Havana Middle School. On
hand were Gadsden County Council PTA President, Rhunette Chan-
dler, and School Board Representive, Eric Hinson. A good mixture of
parents, teachers and students were also in attendance.
According to the Parent Involvement Liaison, Vernita Edwards, the
expo was well received. The photo shows Mr. Hinson and Mrs. Chan-
dler and parents.


Mr. and Miss Havana Middle School
Congratulations to LaShavia Chambers and Devonte Sampson. They
are Havana Middle School's 2005-2006 Mr. and Miss Havana Middle
School. LaShavia is the daughter of Earl and Sharon Chambers. She
is the captain of the cheerleading team and the president of Sugar and
Spice. She plans to attend a major university, so that she can pursue a
career as a pharmacist. Devonte Sampson is the son Derrick and
Michelle Sampson. He enjoys watching television, reading, and spend-
ing time with his family. He plans to attend medical school so that he
can become a successful doctor.

West Gadsden JROTC veterans ceremony
West Gadsden JROTC will be hosting it's seventh annual JROTC Vet-
eran's Day ceremony, on Thursday Nov. 10.
There will be a school-wide assembly at the gym during the activity period
(1:35-2:35). All veterans will be honored. There will be a short reception in
the cafeterial for the veterans prior to the ceremony (1:15).
All teachers and staff who are veterans will be seated with the guest vet-
erans being honored.


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Black archives exhibit
celebrates Veteran's
Day at FAMU library

In honor of Veteran's Day 2005, the South-
eastern Regional Black Archives Research
Center and Museum presents a special exhi-
bition titled, "Forever Brave: A Salute to
American Veterans Past and Present."
The exhibition consists of historical mem-
orabilia on African Americans in the mili-
tary from the Revolutionary War to the War
in Iraq. It features rare rifles, cannonballs
and bullets from the Civil War era, Tuskegee
Airman memorabilia belonging to FAMU


graduate, Roy Spencer, and a pictorial dis-
play on African-American soldiers who
helped build the Alaskan Highway during
World War II.
The exhibition also includes medals, pic-
tures, publications, uniforms and other mili-
tary artifacts.
The exhibition will run from November-
December at Carnegie Library, on the cam-
pus of Florida A&M University. Admission
is free and museum hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday-Friday. For more information call
(850) 599-3020.

Bloodmobile in Quincy
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be in Quincy Nov. 17.
Local residents may donate blood at Quin-
cy Joist from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. and at
Gadsden County Management from 2:15 to
4:15 p.m.

GCSO ready for holiday
High Visibility Safety Belt Enforcement
over Thanksgiving


Florida's Click It or Ticket campaign
brings attention to the needless deaths that
occur on our roadways each year during the
Thanksgiving holiday because motorists fail
to use their safety belts. Gadsden County
Sheriff's Office is joining law enforcement
across the state in an effort to save lives this
holiday season by reminding everyone to
buckle up. This traffic safety initiative will
run from Nov. 18 to Nov. 30 to include the
busy Thanksgiving holiday travel period.
Traditionally, the Thanksgiving holiday
period is one of the heaviest traveled times
across the U.S. The result is a significant in-
crease in traffic crashes. Last year in Florida
alone, during the same time period as this
year's campaign, 77 people died in motor
vehicle related crashes and over half of
those fatalities were not using their safety
belts.
"Thanksgiving is a joyous holiday, but it is
also one of the deadliest on our roadways,"'
said Sheriff Morris Young. "Too many peo-
ple are being killed in traffic crashes be-
cause they just didn't take a few seconds to
put on their safety belt. Children and young


adults learn best by example, and we all
need to make sure they see the right exam-
ple." During the most recent Click It or
Ticket Florida mobilization, held earlier this
year over the Memorial Day holiday period,
state and local law enforcement agencies is-
sued almost 37,000 safety belt citations. Al-
though law enforcement agencies across the
state participate in the Click It or Ticket
Florida mobilizations because the initiative
heightens safety belt use awareness sur-
rounding times of the year with high traffic
related death rates, these agencies enforce
the safety belt law every day because they
know it is a matter of life or death.
"The Click It or Ticket Florida enforce-
ment and education campaign sends a clear
message that safety belts and child safety
seats when used properly save lives," said
Sheriff Morris Young. "We know this is true
because unfortunately we must respond to
fatal crashes. This is why we enforce the law
and issue citations to unbuckled motorists."
Gadsden County Sheriff's Office and law
enforcement agencies across the state, with
support from the Florida Department of


Transportation, are joining together to re-
mind everyone this holiday season to click it
or you will receive a ticket.

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery work

There will be a work day at the Mt. Pleas-
ant Cemetery this Saturday, Nov. 12 begin-
ning at 8 a.m. Bring your trimmers, rakes,
weed eaters, etc. and join in to help beautify
the cemetery.

Retired Educators Day

At the heart of the educational system is
the educator who is devoted to sharing his or
her knowledge with the students.
Florida is home to many retired educators
who have spent most of their lives giving of
themselves to the educational system and its
students.
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celebrate a State Retired Educators Day on
Nov. 20 in honor of those years of service.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
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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
S MARRIAGE

JTO 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
Jany, to it' on Debbie L.
Hebert, whose address is
1925 .Shady Oaks Drive,
ITallahassee, Florida 32303
jon 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
iservite on Petitioner or
,immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default


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Clothes all sizes, dishes,
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Turn left, go 1 1/2 miles,
turn right on Lake View
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may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in
the petition.
. Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office; You may review
these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You ,may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
Fulure papers in this lawsuit'
will be mailed io lre 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
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT end of curve, thence South
OF THE SECOND JUDI- 00 degrees 01 minutes East
CIAL CIRCUIT 192.88 feet to a point which
SIN AND FOR GADSDEN is the POINT OF BEGIN-
SCOUNTY, FLORIDA NING. From said POINT OF
BEGINNING run thence
CASE NO. 05-1113-CA B South 89 degrees 59 min-
utes West 218.0 feet,
21ST MORTGAGE COR- thence South 00 degrees 01
PORATION, minutes East 100.0 feet,
Plaintiff, thence North 89 degrees 59
minutes East 218.0 feet and
vs. thence run North 00
degrees 01 minute 00 sec-
JAMES KEVER, et ux., et onds West 100.0 feet to the
al., POINT OF BEGINNING.
Defendant(s). Being Lot No. 65, of an
unrecorded plat of
NOTICE OF ACTION Ochlockonee Estates,
Gadsden County, Florida.
TO:
JAMES KEVER and CAR- Parcel Identification
MEN KEVER if alive, and/or Number: 3-13-2N-2W-0570-
dead his (their) unknown 00000-0650
heirs, devisees, legatees or
grantees and, all persons or has been filed against you
parties claiming by, through, and you are required to
under or against him (them). serve a copy of your written
Addressess unknown. defenses, if any, to it on
SPEAR AND HOFFMAN,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that P.A., Attorneys, whose
an Action for foreclosure of address is 708 South Dixie
a mortgage on the following Highway, Coral Gables,
property in : GADSDEN Florida 33146, (305)666-
County, Florida: 2299, within 30 days after
the first publication of the
Exhibit A notice, and to file the origi-
Commence at a concrete nal with the Clerk of this
monument marking the Court either before service
Northwest corner of Section on SPEAR. AND
13, Township 2 North, HOFFMAN, P.A., attomeys
Range 2 West, and run or immediately thereafter;
thence North 89 degrees 59 otherwise a default will be
minutes East 793.0 feet entered against you for the
along the North boundary of relief 'demanded in the
said Section 13 to a con- Complaint or Petition.
create monument; thence
South 581.35 feet to a con- WITNESS my hand and
create monument, thence seal of this Court on this 26
South 24 degrees 22 min- day of October, 2005.
utes East 676.90 feet to a
point of curvature of a curve Nicholas Thomas
concave to the Easterly As Clerk of the Court
having a radius of 333.49
feet and a central angle of (SEAL)
24 degrees 21 minutes,
thence run Southerly along By Taya Turner
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11/10&17/05c HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OF THE SECOND JUDI- OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ING BY,, THROUGH,
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN UNDER OR AGAINST THE
AND FOR GADSDEN NAME DEFENDANTSS;
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Whose residence are/is
CASE NO. 05-1114-CA B unknown.

HOUSEHOLD FINANCE YOU ARE HEREBY
CORPORATION III, required to file your answer
Plaintiff, or written defenses, if any,
in the above proceeding
vs with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a copy thereof
LORENZO THOMAS; THE upon the plaintiff's attorney,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF whose name and address
LORENZO THOMAS; IF appears hereon, on or
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY before December 3, 2005;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF the nature of this proceed-
SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF ing being a suit for foreclo-
REMARRIED, AND IF sure of mortgage against
DECEASED, THE the following described
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN property, to wit:
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, COMMENCE AT A CON-
CREDITORS, LIENORS, CREATE MONUMENT
AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL MARKING THE INTER-
OTHER PERSONS CLAIM- SECTION OF THE WEST
ING BY, THROUGH, BOUNDARY OF SECTION
UNDER OR AGAINST THE 9, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
NAMED DEFENDANTSS; RANGE 2 WEST, GADS-
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNKNOWN TENANT #2, (BY OCCUPATION) WITH
THE NORTHERLY
Defendantss, BOUNDARY OF THE
240.00 FOOT RIGHT-OF-
NOTICE OF ACTION WAY OF STATE ROAD NO.
10 (U.S. HIGHWAY NO.
TO: LORENZO THOMAS; 90), AND RUN NORTH
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE 0010'15" WEST ALONG
OF LORENZO THOMAS; IF THE WEST BOUNDARY
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY OF SAID SECTION 9 (BY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF OCCUPATION) AND 4.00
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF FEET EAST OF AND PAR-
REMARRIED, AND IF ALLEL TO A FENCE LINE
DECEASED, THE 375.14 FEET TO THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN POINT OF BEGINNING.


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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
knowledge, 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
and administer budgets, ability to communicate effectively
both orally and in writing. Shall be skilled in the use of com-
puters and able to function in a sophisticated computer envi-
ronment. Must be able to keep the city. commission fully
advised as to its financial condition and forecast future needs .
of the City, making such recommendations as may be appro-
priate or desirable.
Special Notes: The City of Gretna, Florida is an Equal
Opportunity/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
and 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.
Minimum 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-
versity with emphasisin either or public administration,
accounting, business administration or related field may be
substituted ona year-for-year basis for the required experi-
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Location: City ofGretna Wastewater
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Post Office Drawer 220
Gretna, Florida 32332
Closing Date: N.,..ernb.r 14J 2005, 5:00 p.m.
The City of Gretna is accepting applications for Waste Water
Plant Assistant. ..
Requirements: Ability to follow written and Oral instructions,
must possess valid State of Florida Drivers License and have
a good driving record. Must be able to lift at least 30 pounds.
Some manual labor is required. Sussessful applicant will
assist operator in performing maintenance at Wastewater
plant.
Applicant should apply at City Hall No Later Than Nov. 14,
2005, 4:30 p.m.
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FROM pg B5

FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH
89249'45" EAST, 242.80
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00210'45" EAST,
242.80 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00o10'15"
EAST, 100.0 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
89249'45" WEST, 242.80
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. BEING LOT
5, OF THE UNRECORDED
HAYWARD/DUPONT SUB-
DIVISION' IN GADSDEN
COUNTY,. FLORIDA, PRE-
PARED BY EDWIN G.
BROWN, REGISTERED
LAND SURVEYOR, IN
FEBRUARY, 1979.

SUBJECT TO A 50 FOOT
PUBLIC ROADWAY EASE-
MENT DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT
MARKING THE INTER-
SECTION OF THE WEST
BOUNDARY OF SECTION
Q9, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 2 WEST, GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
llB # *rt i" 1ATIONI\ A IWI


I / U-AIIUN) vvWITHn
THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE,
240.00 FOOT RIGHT-OF-
ath for WAY OF STATE ROAD NO.
kh pay- 10 (U.S. HIGHWAY NO.
Homes 90), SAID CONCRETE
MONUMENT LYING ON A
11/10c CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
NORTHEASTERLY;
THENCE RUN SOUTH-
ODELS EASTERLY ALONG SAID
t, must NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
Call WAY BOUNDARY AND
06. SAID CURVE WITH A'
11/10c RADIUS OF 5589.65 FEET,
THROUGH. A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 02929'45", FOR
ath AN ARC DISTANCE OF
2 43.50 FEET (THE CHORD
3uy for OF SAID ARC BEING
h. 576- SOUTH 63237'08" EAST,
243.49 FEET) TO THE
11/10c POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF
TY: 10. BEGINNING CONTINUE
d. 159 THENCE SOUTHEASTER-
Road, LY ALONG SAID
Acres. NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
septic WAY BOUNDARY AND
prop- SAID, CURVE WITH' A
wide RADIUS OF 5589.65 FEET,
eswel THROUGH A CENTRAL
jzanne ANGLE OF 0033'56",
amelot FOR AN ARC DISTANCE
ame OF 55.17 FEET (THE
& CHORD OF SAID ARC
LLC BEING SOUTH 65908'43"
EAST, 55.17 FEET);
10/13tf THENCE LEAVING SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY BOUNDARY RUN
NORTH 0910'15" WEST,
157.32 FEET; THENCE


RUN NORTH 89-49"45"
EAST, 217.80 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH
0010'15" WEST; 50.00
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 89049'45" WEST,
217.80 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 0010'15"
WEST, 1500.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
89949'45" WEST, 50.00
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00o10'15" EAST,
1683.99 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

A/K/A

119 HAYWARD DUPONT
STREET
MIDWAY, FL 32343

If you fail to file your answer
or written defenses in the
above proceeding, on plain-
tiff's attorney, a default will
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.

DATED at Gadsden County
this 21st day of Oct. 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

Betty Sue Sadberry ,
Deputy Clerk

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

Law Offices of Daniel C.
Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Tel (813) 915-8660
Fax (813) 915-0559
Attorney for Plaintiff
Nov. 3 & 10, 2005c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 05-703-CAB

REX D. EVER and his
wife, RENEA KEVER,
Plaintiffs

vs

INEZ SCOTT DALEY and
her husband, LUTHAN
DALEY; TRANSAMERICA
FINANCIAL SERVICES,
INC.; INTERSTATE


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BUILDERS, INC.; ASSOCI-
ATES FINANCIAL SER-
VICES; and THE MONEY
TREE OF FLORIDA,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final. Judgment of
Foreclosure dated October
31, 2005, in the cause
styled REX 'D. KEVER and
his wife, RENEA KEAVER,
Plaintiffs vs INEZ SCOTT
DALEY and her husband,
LUTHAN DALEY;
TRANSAMERICA FINAN-
CIAL SERVICES, INC.;
INTERSTATE BUILDERS,
INC.; ASSOCIATES FINAN-
CIAL SERVICES; and THE
MONEY TREE OF FLORI-
DA, Defendants, Circuit
Court, Gadsden County,
Case No. 05-703-CAB, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the South
door of the Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy,
Gadsden County, Florida at
11:00 A.M. on the 22nd day
of November, 2005, the fol-
lowing described property:

Commence at the
Northwest Corner of the
Southwest Quarter of
Section 24, Township 2
North, Range.,.4 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
and run. thence South 00
degrees 40'01" East573.00
feet, thence North 89
degrees 26'07" East 656.0
feet to the Point of
Beginning. From said Point
of Beginning thence North
00 degrees 42'36" West
175.0 feet; thence North 89
degrees 26'07" East 100.0
feet, thence South 00
degrees 42'36" East 175.0
feet, thence South 89
degrees 26'07" West 100.0
'feet to the Point of
Beginning.

DATED this 31st day of
October, A.D. 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
11/03&10/05c


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

CASE NO. 05-974-CAB

TAYLOR MANAGEMENT
OF VALDOSTA, LLC,
Plaintiff

vs.

ALBERT J. CHASON a/k/a
A.J. CHASON and FAY
CHASON,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ALBERT J. CHASON


a/k/a A.J. CHASON; FAY
CHASON and UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF FAY CHASON

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

DATED. this 7th day
September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
11/03,10,17,24/05c

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

Case No.: 05-927-DRA
Division: Family Law

Hilda Solano,
Petitioner

and

Martin Sanchez,
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE

TO Martin Sanchez,
Independencia 249 Valle
Dorado, Mexico

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 Hilda Solano,
whose address is Dukes
Rd. 199, Quincy, FL 32351
on or before December 1,
2005, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at
10 East Jefferson St,
Quincy, FL 32351 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 petition.

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


You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may 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,.cler;'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 25, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,

(SEAL)

By Arnita Green
Deputy Clerk
11/3,10,17,24/05p


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

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF

TOM JACKSON
aka THOMAS JACKSON,
Deceased.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
ACTION

TO: LOUIS RELFORD,
BENNIE RELFORD, CAR-
RIE SAILOR, IOLA ALLEN,
CEOLA JACKSON
EDWARDS, ANTHONY
EDWARDS, LEFEARS
JACKSON, GENEVA JACK-
SON, LEATHA MURRAY
JACKSON, JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE, their unknown
several and respective
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, representatives,
assignees, successors, in
interest, trustees, creditors,
and all other parties and
natural persons claiming by,
through, under or against
them and any corporation,
or other legal entity named
as a defendant; and all
claimants, claimants, per-
sons, or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact
legal status in unknown,
claiming under any of the
above named or described
defendants, or parties, or
claiming'to have any right,
title or interest in and to the
lands hereinafter described:

An action has been filed for
Determination of
Beneficiaries (Heirs) and to
Set Aside Homestead to the
below described property,
situated, lying and being in
Gadsden County, Florida
described more particularly
as;

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the Complaint filed in this
matter with the Circuit Court
of Gadsden County, Florida,
the physical address of
which is 10 E. Jefferson
Street, Quincy, Florida
32351, and the mailing
address of which is PO Box
1649, Quincy, Florida
32353, and simultaneously
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response to Plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose name is MARVA
A DAVIS, P.A., whose street
address is PO Box. 551,
Quincy, Florida 32353 ,and
whose phone number' is
(850)875-9300. Your
response may include, but
may not be limited to,.an
answer to the petitions, a
statement of any claims you
have in and to the above
described lands, and any
objection you have to the
court determining the heirs
as set forth in the petition
and setting aside the'
described lands as home-
stead.

A call to the Court will not
be sufficient to prevent a
default from being entered
against you. You may need
to consult an attorney to
advise you or represent you
in this matter. Should you
fail to file a timely response,
a default judgment may be


entered against
you will receive
notice of the pro
this case, and
may enter an Ord
things, quieting 1
above described
the name of PI
canceling your de
and extinguish
claim, title, right a
in and to the
property or any pi

Dated this 7t
November, 2005.

/s/MARVA A. DAV
Attorney at Law
121 S. Madison S
PO Drawer 551
Quincy, FL 32353
(850)875-9300 ph
(850)875-9302 fa
11/10,17,24&


NOTICE OF IN
TO REGISTER
TIOUS NAME

NOTICE IS
GIVEN that the un
desires to engag
ness with its prince
of business loca
Taylor Court,
Florida 32343, und
titious name o
Portable Restroor

NOTICE IS F
GIVEN that the un
intends to apply fo
tion of such fictiti
with the Secreta
State of Florida.

DATED this 3rd
November, 2005.

TALQUIN VAULT
By: Fred N. Straus
Its: President


CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 05-910-CA B

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

v.

JAMES TURNER a/k/a
JAMES M. TURNER;
UNKNOWN.
SPOUSE OF JAMES
TURNER a/k/a JAMES M.
TURNER; and all unknown
parties claiming by, .through,
under or against the herein
named Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said
unknown parties claim as
-heirs, devisees, grantees;
assignees, lienors, ,credi-'
tors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants; TENANT
#1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended to account
for the person or persons in
possession; CONSECO
FINANCE SERVICING
CORP., F/K/A GREEN
TREE FINANCIAL SERVIC-
ING CORPORATION
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 31, 2005 in
this cause, I will sell the
property situated in
Gadsden County, Florida
described as:


t you and COMMENCE AT AN IRON
no further PIPE MARKING THE
ceeding in NORTHEAST CORNER OF
the Court THE SOUTHEAST QUAR-
der, among TER OF THE NORTHEAST
title to the QUARTER OF SECTION 2,
property in TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
aintiff and RANGE 3 WEST, GADS-
eed, if any, DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA;
ing your THENCE RUN NORTH
nd interest 8929'51" WEST, A DIS-
described TANCE OF 857.14 FEET
art thereof. TO AN IRON PIPE MARK-
ING THE NORTHEAST
h day of CORNER OF A 10 ACRE
PARCEL OF LAND
RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK
'IS, P.A. 308 AT PAGE 616 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
it. GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 90o00'00" WEST
lone ALONG THE NORTHERLY
csimile LINE OF THE AFORESAID
12/01/05c 10 ACRE PARCEL A DIS-
TANCE OF 359.52 FEET
TO AN IRON PIPE MARK-
TENTION ING THE NORTHWEST
I FICTI- CORNER OF THE AFORE-
SAID 10 ACRE PARCEL;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
HEREBY 00'53'49" WEST ALONG
idersigned THE WESTERLY LINE OF
e in busi- THE AFORESAID 10 ACRE
cipal place PARCEL A DISTANCE OF
ted at 20 1005.76 FEET TO THE
Midway, POINT OF BEGINNING;
derthefic- THENCE RUN SOUTH
f Talquin 89906'11" EAST A DIS-
ns. TANCE OF 170.50 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
FURTHER 00253'49" WEST A DIS-
idersigned TANCE OF 194.20 FEET
r registra- TO THE NORTHERLY
ous name MAINTAINED RIGHT OF
ry of the WAY OF FRIDAY ROAD;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
55910'39" WEST ALONG
d day of THE AFORESAID
NORTHERLY MAINTAINED
RIGHT OF WAY LINE A
CO., INC. DISTANCE OF 210.00
ss FEET TO THE AFORESAID
WESTERLY LINE OF THE
11/10/05c 10 ACRE PARCEL;
THENCE RUN NORTH


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-


CONT. pg B7












Gadsden County Times November 10, 2005 B7

E A


IN THE CIRCUIT' CO
THE STATE OF FI

In Re: Delinquent Support Cases


URT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR GADSDEN COUNTY


NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY


Case Numbers
86-0000754-CA
87-0000807-CA
89-0000058-CA
89-0000884-CA
91-0000787-CA
91-0000806-CA
92-0000015-CA
93-0000391-CA
93-0000822-CA
93-0001010-CA
93-0001307-CA
93-0001404-CA
94-0000923-CA
94-0001180-CA
95-0000859-CA
95-0001125-CA
95-0001149-CA
96-0000025-CA
96-0000367-CA
96-0000499-CA
96-0000551-CA
96-0000742-CA
96-0001182-CA
96-0001300-CA
96-0001379-CA
97-0000219-CA
97-0000241-CA
97-0000658-CA
97-0000728-CA
97-0000879-CA
97-0001139-CA
97-0001520-CA
97-0001524-CA
98-0000044-CA
98-0000243-CA
98-0000372-CA
98-0000429-CA
98-0000430-CA
98-0000558-CA
98-0000601-CA
98-0000604-CA
98-0001001-CA
98-0001042-CA
99-0000100-CA
99-0000107-CA
99-0000409-CA
99-0000751-CA
99-0000793-CA
99-0000969-CA
99-0001010-CA
99-0001105-CA
00-0000048-CA
00-0000120-CA
00-0000133-CA
00-0000301-CA
00-0000362-CA
00-0000506-CA
00-0000694-CA
00-0000701-CA
00-0000891-CA
00-0001147-CA
00-0001168-CA
00-0001172-CA
00-0001235-CA
00-0001296-CA
00-0001358-CA
00-0001384-CA
00-0001457-CA
00-0001560-CA
01-0000168-CA
01-0000175-GA-
00000-o 94o C'A
01-0000206-CA
01-0000259-CA
01-0000779-CA
01-0000963-CA
01-0001222-CA
01-0001253-CA
01-0001260-CA
01-0001469-CA
01-0001638-CA
01-0001652-CA
01-0001740-CA
02-0000217-CA
02-0000340-CA
02-0000379-CA
02-0001057-CA
02-0001542-CA
03-0000229-CA
03-0000231-CA
03-0000427-CA
03-0000500-CA
04-0000023-CA
05-0000837-CA


Payors
ASH, DONALD
BESS, MICHAEL
DUDLEY, RONNIE
ONEAL, JOHNNY
TURNER, ANTHONY
SEABROOKS, MICHAEL
BROWN, KENNETH
EUMMER, ELZY C.
SPEED, TROY L.
MATHEWS, DURWIN
BYRD, ALFRED
HIGHMAN, MAJOR I.
DELAPIERRE, PATRICK
ROGERS, JASON
HIGHMAN, MAJOR
DUPONT, VALERIE
BROWN, RICKY
HUNTER, LARRY
BEY, HENRY
ANDERSON, WILLIE R.
REYNOLDS, JESSIE
PEREZ, FRANCISCO D.
WILLIAMS, CORNELL
PITTMAN, RICHARD C
BROWN, ALVIN
BODISON, ANTHONY
SMITH, MINTORIA
DAVIS AUDREY
JONES, PERRY
DAVIS VINCENT
HARRIS, QUINTON
MCNEALY, DARIUS
MCNEALY, DARIUS
MAHAFFEY, JASON
JOHNSON, KEITH
THOMAS, KEITH L.
MCCALL, DEMORRIO T.
GRACE, CAWLEY J.
BYRD, TAMALA
HAYNES, TONY A.
WINBUSH,JR OTHA
ODOM, JAMES L.
JACKSON, JOHNNY
BLAIR, FELICIA F.
BRITT, WILLIE
KNIGHT, ARLIE JR
VENESZEE, CHRISTOPHER
DUBOSE, RAYOMD
WOOD, LEWIS T.
SPENCE, JONATHAN
RUIZ, PATRICIA
KENON, W.D, JR
BOUIE, AUDREY
ELLIS, TRACY S.
MASON, IDIOUS
QUINTERO, ANTONIO
PHILLIPS, JERMAINE
FITZGERALD, ANDRA L.
COOPER, BOBBY L.
CHAIRS, FREDERICK
MOSLEY, CHERYL J.
FAIN, TREMAYNE R.
GARIBAY, RANDY
BELL, KAMU
O'DONNELL, RYAN S.
GALVIN, CARLA R.
YOUNG, THERESA D.
PEARSON, GREGORY D.
JOHNSON, TAMARUS L.
PERKINS, CLARENCE L.
ANDREO, ERNE STO '-:
AD5 MS' DERRICK '' r
IMCtCRIFF. DEXTER.
MENJIVAR, JOSE A.
PENTON, DON JR
PARKER, DERONCO V.
PARKER, SHILLETHA
ROOT, CHARLES
ORTIZ RODOLFO JR
NOTTAGE, DARRELL K.
ALLEN, JOHN W.
GREEN, FREDDIE ,
HARP, ANGELEE
WRIGHT, CEDRIC
HARRIS, CHAUNCEY E.
COLVINGTON, HERBERT W.
EDENFIELD, DAWN
QUESADA, NATIVIDAD
HOWARD; JENNIFER M.
MENDEZ, NEPTALI
MONAHAN, PATRICK S.
DONG, NORMAN N.
HARBURCK, GORDON D
WASHINGTON, RONALD E


Del. Amount
$11,176.38
$11,507.87
$10,273.93
$15,829.44
$11,342.88
$10,091.81
$15,461.00
$13,220.49
$25,248.65
$10,086.61
$10,056.65
$11,787.88
$15,184.66
$14,598.08
$13,325.64
$12,682.10
$10,825.00
$13,243.84
$16,533.93
$12,687.79
$13,581.14
$19,045.15
$13,809.44
$26,338.43
$10,864.65
$11,841.05
$11,653.00
$12,549.74.
$14,924.00
$10,007.21
$12,151.00
$13,104.07-
$10,226.00
$15,080.00
$14,204.50
$10,390.16
$12,870.65
$16,721.94
$12,920.00
$13,320.22
$12,158.29
$14,620.00
$13,521.79
$13,824.49
$10,618.35
$12,820.00
$13,338.93
$11,830.63
$11,519.51
$17,540.00
$13,241.99
$11,009.15
$18,380.00
$12,850.00
$11,970.00
$20,500.00
$12,725.07
$18,141.79
$10,200.00
$11,916.68
$20,116.33
$10,871.68
$13,704.00
$12,400.00
$19,455.38
$17,328.00.
$21,781.00
$10,540.00
$10,766.00
1f I s ;2

$10,774.10
$10,291.00
$19,214.25
$29,265.25
$12,439.00
$17,783.38
$10,136.49
$11,344.00
$25,934.36
$15,410.84
$12,078.00
$11,700.00
$11,869.74
$18,362.89
$26,400.00
$11,100.00
$10,880.58
$10,382.47
$12,700.00
$17,696.00
$69,000.00
$21,382.91
$46,910.69


You are hereby notified that your support account is delinquent in the amount specified.

As a result thereof an impending Judgment by Operation of law against you in the amount of
the aforestated delinquency and all other amounts which thereafter become due and are unpaid,
together with costs and a fee of $17.50 for failure to pay the amount of delinquency may be
entered. You have the right to contest impending Judgment and to state all grounds upon which
such contest can be made. Therefore you are required to serve a copy of your written defense
contesting said Judgment, if any, upon NICHOLAS THOMAS, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF GADSDEN COUNTY, Agent for Obligee whose address is 10 E. JEFFERSON ST,
QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351-0000 on or before thel6th day of December, 2005. If you fail to do
so within that time a Judgment will be entered against you by operation of law pursuant to
Florida Statute 61.14

NICHOLAS THOMAS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

(SEAL)

SBY: Tierra Bouie
Deputy Clerk
11/10,17,24&12/0105c


Il~cA


0053'49! EAST ALONG
THE AFORESAID WEST-
ERLY LINE OF THE 10
ACRE PARCEL A DIS-
TANCE OF 316.80 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 1997 CLASSIC IIII
DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE
HOME, having VIN Number
JACFL18092A, Title num-
ber 0072276048 and VIN
Number JACFL18092B,
Title Number 0072276047.

a/k/a 735 Friday Road,
Quincy, FL 32352

at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, in
the courthouse square, on
the South side, facing US.
HWY 90, at the Gadsden
County Courthouse located
at 10 East Jefferson- Street,
Quincy, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock a.m., on December
1,2005.

Dated at Quincy, Florida
this 1st day of, November
2005.


Nicholas Thonas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Nicholas
Thomas, Quincy, FI 32351,
Gadsden County court-
house, 850-875-8601, with-
in 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you
are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.
1'1/10&17/05c


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


CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 05-1027-CA B

CITIFINANCIAL MORT-
GAGE COMPANY, INC.
F/K/A FORD CONSUMER
FINANCE COMPNAY, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

LAVETRIA HUDSON; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
LAVETRIA HUDSON; IF
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED,. AND IF
DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEE,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS,
AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING \. BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE


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

Case No.: 05-1233-DRA
Division: Family Law

Noe A. Flores,
Petitioner

and

Claudia L. Flores,
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION .OF MAR-
RIAGE

TO Claudia L. Flores
addresss unknown)


DAVIS GRETNA, FLORI-
DA, CONTAINING 0.13
ACRES- MORE OR LESS
AND BEING THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 29, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST,
GRETNA GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A W Circle Drive &
Frank Avenue, Gretna, FL
32332

WITNESS MY HAND and


-1 -1- -1- TT- 1-1


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

A PORTION OF SECTION
30, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
'RANGE 4 WEST, GASDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS;

COMMENCE AT AN IRON
AXLE SAID TO BE MARK-
ING THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THAT PAR-
CEL OF LAND
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 404 AT
PAGE 1424 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND RUN EAST 163.27
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981 AT THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, FROM
POINT OF BEGINNING
CONTINUE EAST 255.00
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
02 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
15 SECONDS EAST 178.14
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
89 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
13 SECONDS WEST 81.64
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN NORTH
09 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
43 SECONDS WEST 48.53
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981,, THEN SOUTH
79 DEGREES 50 MINUTES
08 SECONDS WEST 18.35
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
08 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
27 SECONDS EAST 45.87
FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
89 DEGREES 53 MINUTES
00 SECONDS WEST
157.36 FEET TO AN IRON
BAR NO. 2981, THEN
NORTH 01 DEGREES 25
MINUTES 06 SECONDS
WEST 179.57 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
SUBJECT, TO AND
TOGETHER WITH AN
EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS
OVER THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED PROPERTY;

COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE
1/4 OF SECTION 30,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE,4'WEST AND RUN
EAST' 150 FEET TO-THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN NORTH 420
FEET, THENCE RUN
WEST 780 FEET, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 420 FEET,
THENCE RUN EAST 780
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; SAID LANDS
LYING BEING IN GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA.

TO INCLUDE A SINGLE
FAMILY RESIDENCE AND
A CONVENIENCE STORE
LOCATED ON THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY.

A/K/A
137 B STREET
GRETNA, FL 32332

at public sale, at 11:00
o'clock, A.M., or..as soon
thereafter as,same can be
done, to the highest bidder,
or bidders, for cash, at the
SOUTH FRONT DOOR; 10
EAST JEFFERSON
STREET, QUINCY, FLORI-
DA, on the 15 day of
December 2005.
DATED THIS 1st DAY OF
NOVEMBER 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

.(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are. entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision
of, certain assistance.
Please. contact Nicholas
Thomas, Quincy, Fl 32351,
Gadsden County court-
house, 850-875-8601, with-
in 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you
are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.
11/10&17/05c


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 Noe A. Flores,
whose address is 134
Parkbook Circle,
Tallahassee, FL 32301 on or
before December 8, 2005,
and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at 10
/east Jefferson Street,
Quincy, FL. 32351 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 petition.

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

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may 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: November 1, 2005

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Arnita Green
Deputy Clerk
11/10,17,24, 12/01/05p


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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 05-945-CA-B

JP MORGAN CHASE
BANK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE HOLDERS OF C-
BASS MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2003-
CB4,
Plaintiff;

vs.

ALMA M. COLEMAN, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated October
31, 2005 and entered in
Case NO. 05-945-CA-B of
the Circuit Court of the
SECOND Judicial Circuit in
and for GADSDEN County,
Florida wherein JP MOR-
GAN CHASE BANK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE
HOLDERS OF C-BASS
MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2003-
CB4, is the Plaintiff and
ALMA M. COLEMAN; are
the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at SOUTHSIDE
STEPS OF THE GADSDEN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 AM, on the 1st day
of December 2005, the fol-
lowing described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment:

COMMENCE AT THE,
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF' SECTION 29,. AND
THENCE RUN EAST'
1633.85 FEET; THENCE
RUN N 01 DEGREES 11
MINUTES E 687.5 FEET;
THENCE RUN N 88
DEGREES 49 MINUTES
WEST 165 FEET; THENCE
RUN N 01 DEGREE 11
MINUTES EAST 73.75
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
FROM SAID POINT RUN N
01 DEGREE 11 MINUTES
EAST 73.75 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 88
DEGREES 49 MINUTES
WEST 75 FEET; THEjNCE
RUN S 01 DEGREE 11
MINUTES W 73.75, FEET;
THENCE RUN S 88
DEGREES 49 MINUTES E
75 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. SAID LOT
BEING LOT 2, BLOCK 8 OF
AN UNRECORDED SUR-
VEY PLAT FOR WILEY


to wit:


the seal of this Court on
November 1, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
11/10&17/05c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 05-182-CA-B

MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR HOMECOMING
FINANCIAL NETWORK.
Plaintiff,

vs.

MARY HOLT; TRUE HOLTT
A/K/A TREEL HOLT;
UNKNOWN TENANT I;
UNKNOWN TENANT II,
and any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, credi-
tors and other unknown per-
sons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and
under any of the above-
named Defendants,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given
that the undersigned Clerk
of the Circuit Court of
Gadsden County, Florida,
will on the 14th day of
December, 2005, at .11:00
o'clock A.M. at the South
front door of the Gadsden
County Courthouse in
Quincy, Florida, offer for
sale and sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, the following-
described property situate in
Gadsden County, Florida:

Begin at a point 330 feet
North of the Southwest cor-
ner of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 15,
Township 3 North, Range 4
West, Gadsden County,
Florida, and thence run
North 330 feet; thence run
East 218.0 feet, thence run
South 330 feet; thence run
West 218.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning.

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

WITNESS my hand and
official seal of said Court
this 1st day of November
2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

by Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse at 850-875-
8629, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
11/10&17/05c


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

SIN RE: THE ESTATE OF,

RICHARD KENON,
aka RICHARD KENON, SR.
aka RICHARD KENAN
Deceased.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: AGNES KENON,
ANDREW KENON,
JOSEPHINE BARNES,
RICHARD KENON, JR.,
LILLIE THOMAS, JOHN
DOE and JANE DOE, their
unknown several and
respective spouses, heirs,
devisee, grantees, repre-
sentatives, assignees, suc-
cessors in interest, trustees,
creditors, and all other par-
ties and natural, persons
claiming by, through, under
or against them and any
corporation, or other legal
entity named as a defen-
dant; and all claimants,
claimants, persons, or par-
ties, natural or corporate, or
whose exact legal status in
unknown, claiming under
any of the above named or
described defendants, or


two (2) acres in a square
form in the Southwest cor-
ner thereof; and a ten (10)
acre strip off of the South
side of the Northwest quar-
ter of the Northwest quarter.
All in Section 25, Township
3 North, Range 4 West.
Containing 48 acres more
or less. LESS PARTS
SOLD: OR 62 Page 21; OR
155 Pg 121; OR 172 Page
592.

Within 30 days of the date
of first publication of this
notice, you are required to
file an original response to
the Petitions filed in this
matter with the Circuit Court
of Gadsden County, Florida,
the physical address of
which is 10 E. Jefferson
Street, Quincy, Florida
32351 and the mailing
address of which is PO Box
1649, Quincy, Florida 32353
and whose phone number is
(850)875-9300. Your
response may include, but
may not be limited to, an
answer to the petitions, a
statement of any claims you
have in and to the above
described lands, and any
objection you have to the
court determining the heirs
as set forth in the petition
and setting aside the
described lands as home-
stead.
A call to the Court will not
be sufficient to prevent a
default from being entered
against you. You may need
to consult an attorney to
advise you or represent you
in this matter. Should you
fail to file a timely response,
a default judgment may be
entered against you and
you will receive no further
notice of the proceeding, in
this case, and the Court
may enter an Order, among
things, quieting title to the
above described property in
the name of Plaintiff and
canceling your deed, if any,
and extinguishing your
claim, title, right and interest
in and to the described
property or any part thereof.

Dated this 7th day of
November, 2005.

/s/MARVA A. DAVIS
Attorney at Law
121 S. Madison St.
PO Drawer 551
Quincy, FL 32353
(850)875-9300 phone
(850)875-9302 facsimile
11/10,17,24,&12/01/05c


NOTICE OF CLAIM OF
LIEN AND PROPOSED
SALE OF VEHICLE

LIENOR: PHILLIPS TOW-
ING INC.
179 ALDAY ROAD
QUINCY, FLA. 32351
(850)875-2518

YR: 1993
MAKE: KENWORTH
MODEL: 2 DR.
V I 'N #
1XKADR9X5PJ581968

SALE DATE: NOV. 30, 2005
SALE TIME: 10:00A.M.

Public Sale Pursuant to FS
713.78, said vehicle will be
sold to satisfy storage/tow-
ing fee plus accruing stor-
age fees. Owner has right to
hearing prior to sale date.
Any vehicle which remains
unclaimed or for which the
charges for recovery towing
or storage services remain
unpaid may be sold after 35
days free of all prior liens.
We reserve the right to
refuse any bid.
11/10&17/05c


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

GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 05-835-CA

U.S. BANK, N.A. SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO THE
LEADER MORTGAGE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,

vs.

SONYA L. CAMPBELL, et
al.,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a'Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 31, 2005,
and entered in Case No. 05-
835-CA, of the Circuit Court
of the SECOND Judicial
Circuit in and for Gadsden


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LOT 3

.Commence at a found axle
marking the Northeast
Corner of the Northwest
Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 34,
Township 3 North, Range 3
West, Gadsden County,
Florida, and thence run
North 89 degrees 54 min-
utes 55 seconds West along
the South Boundary of Lot
3, Block "I" of Pine Hills
Subdivision, as recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 166 of
the Public Records of
Gadsden County, Florida, a
distance of 132.71 feet for a
POINT OF BEGINNING.

Thence from said POINT
OF BEGINNING, continue
North 89 degrees 54 min-
utes 55 seconds West to the
Southwest Corner of said
Lot 3 (said corner being
marked by a found 1/2 inch
iron pipe), a distance of
230.79 feet; thence run
North 00 degrees 00 min-
utes 00 seconds East along
the West Boundary of said
Lot 3 to a found 1 inch iron
pipe marking the Northwest
Corner of said Lot 3, a dis-
tance of 237.61 feet, thence
South 89 degrees 57 min-
utes 47 seconds East along
the North Boundary of said
Lot 3, a distance of 230.79
feet; thence run South 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 sec-
onds East back to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, a
distance of 237.80 feet;
containing 1.26 acres; more
or less;

SAID LOT being subject to
a 30 foot Ingress/Egress
and utility easement adja-
cent and southerly of its
North Boundary.

a/k/a 115 Travis Street,
Quincy, Florida 32352

Dated this 1st day of
November, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of said Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
11/10&17/05c


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

CASE NO. 05 744 CAB

SWACHOVIA BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
SUCCESSOR BY MERG-
ER TO SOUTHTRUST
BANK
Plaintiff,

vs.

JAMES SHAW, ET AL
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE PUR-
SUANT TO CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment in
Foreclosure dated October.
31, 2005 and entered in
Case No. 05 744 CAB of the
Circuit Court of the 2ND
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County, Florida,
wherein WACHOVIA BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
SUCCESSOR BY MERG-
ER TO SOUTHTRUST
BANK is Plaintiff and
JAMES SHAW; JOHN DOE
OR ANY OTHER PERSON
IN POSSESSION; _, AS
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JAMES SHAW, IF ANY;
ANNIE R. WILSON; ,
AS THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ANNIE R.
WILSON, IF ANY; WORLD-
WIDE ASSET PURCHAS-
ING, LLC; all unknown par-
ties claiming by, through,
under or against the named
Defendant(s), whether living
or not, and whether said
unknown parties claims as
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or in any
other capacity, claiming by,
through under or against the


parties, or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in
and to the lands hereinafter
described:

An action has been filed for
Determination of
Beneficiaries (Heirs) and to
Set Aside Homestead to the
below described property,
situated, lying and being in
Gadsden County, Florida
described more particularly
as:

The Southwest quarter of
the Northwest quarter less


named Defendant(s) are the
Defendant(s), I will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at the SOUTH
STEPS OF THE COURT-
HOUSE of the GADSDEN
County Courthouse, in
GADSDEN County, Florida;
at, on the 30th day of
November, 2005, the follow;
ing described property as
set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to wit:

LOT 15, BLOCK D, Q'S
PARK, ACCORDING TQ
THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGES
171, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Street Address: 1612
HARDIN STREET, QUIN-
CY, FLORIDA 32351

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of the Court this 1st day
of November 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided pur-
suant to Administrative
Order No. 2.065
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Nicholas
Thomas, Quincy, Fl 32351;
Gadsden County court-
house, 850-875-8601, with-
in 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you
are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.
11/10&17/05c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT

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

Application number 106632
filed 10/25/2005
Florida Rock Industries,
Inc., 6589 Ben Bostick
Road, Quincy, FL 32351
Requesting a maximum
withdrawal of 6,000 gallons
per day. from the Floridan
Aquifer System for Industrial
use by an existing facility.
General withdrawal loca-
tion(s) in Gadsden County:
T02N, R04W, Sec.. 10

Interested persons may
object to or comment upon
the applications or submit a
written request for a copy of
the staff reports) containing
proposed agency action
regarding the applications)
by writing to the Division of
Resource Regulation of the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District, atten-
tion Terri Peterson, 152
Water Management Drive,
Havana, Florida 32333-
9700, but such comments
or requests must be
received by 5 o'clock p.m.
on November 28, 2005.

No further public notice will
be provided regarding this
(these) applicationss.
Publication of this notice
constitutes constructive
notice of this permit applica-
tion to all substantially
affected persons. A copy of
the staff reports) must be
requested in order to remain
advised of further proceed-
ings and any public hearing
date. Substantially affected
persons are entitled to.
request an administrative
hearing regarding the pro=
posed agency action by
submitting a written request
according to the provisions
of 40A-1.521, Florida
Administrative Code. Notice
of Proposed Agency Actiori
will be mailed only to per-
sons who have filed such-
requests.
11/10/05c


County, Florida wherein
U.S. Bank, N.A. SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO THE
LEADER MORTGAGE
COMPANY is Plaintiff and
SONYA L. CAMPBELL, et
al., are Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the south
steps of the courthouse fac-
ing Highway 90, in Quincy,
Gadsden County, Florida,
11:00 AM o'clock on the
29th day of November,
2005, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment,








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