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Mey,4N o)e'mC t47, 2006


VOLUME 106, NUMBER 46/24 PAGES/1 Section QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351 FIFTY CENTS
e-mail: gctimes@comcast.net www.gadcotimes.com


Hospital company files bankruptcy


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Ashford Health Care Systems, Inc., the com-
pany that managed Gadsden Community Hos-
pital until the state's Agency on Health Care
Administration (AHCA) suspended its license
two weeks ago, filed for bankruptcy under
Chapter 11 at 5:01 Monday afternoon in Fed-
eral Court in Tallahassee. Chapter 11 gives the
Company time to reorganize.
In its petition, the following creditors are


named as undisputed:
City of Quincy Utilities: $88,000 (utility
bill)
Edward Horran, Esquire: $12,000 (profes-
sional services)
GE HFS Holding: $2,6000,000 (signature
loan)
Michael Lake, Ashford's CEO, added AHCA
for $100,000 to the creditors, for unpaid health
care reimbursements, but is disputing that
amount.
"Generally, the filing of the bankruptcy case


automatically stays certain collection and other
actions against the debtor and the debtor's
property. There are some exceptions provided
for in 11 U.S.C. section 362. If you attempt to
collect a debt or take other actions in violation
of the bankruptcy Code, you may be penalized.
Consult a lawyer to determine your rights in
this case," said the cover letter of the filing.
Bankruptcy means one thing and that's that
you can't pay your bills," said Thornton
Williams, the county's attorney.
Quincy's city manager, Willie Earl Banks,


ordered the utilities at the hospital turned off
after the company's license was suspended fol-
lowing a six page report citing violations
uncovered by AHCA. Banks said he feared the
company would not pay its bill to the city-
even after they tried to work with Lake once
the license had been suspended.
"We did everything possible to help them. We
had an agreement early this year which they
didn't live up to. Even after we sat down and
talked with them and they agreed to pay so
much per month on the arrears and pay the cur-


rently monthly bill, they didn't do that," Banks
said, adding, "and it's not $88,000 they owe the
City of Quincy, it's $107,000."
In court last Wednesday morning, Lake told
Circuit Judge George Reynolds III under oath
that the company had funds to pay the utility
bill. "Then why not just pay it?" Reynolds
asked.
Assistant County Attorney Paul Sexton said
he had not had an opportunity to read the filing
and declined to comment.


Houses and septic


tanks again get


county's attention


Dixon, Holt

re-elected

to positions

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The saga continued in Gadsden
County Tuesday night during the
regular meeting of the board of
county commissioners.
The question again centered
around housing developments and
septic tanks. Ironically, none of the
developments can start building
tomorrow.


The requests were simply to
decide whether or not to transmit
requests to the Department of Com-
munity Affairs for approval of a
land use change. Most wanted to
change from Agricultural to Rural
Residential.
For nearly two hours commission-
ers listened to citizens give their say
about 309 acres north of Quincy on
County Road 268 or the Solomon
Dairy Road and County Road 379A
or the Glory Road, called the
Mortham/Shaw Project.
Cindy D'Entremont, president of
the Homeowners Association at the
See SEPTIC TANKS on Page 11


Judge: Ashford



allowed entry


Photo by Byron Spires
Quincy Police Officer T. J. Crawford demonstrates seat belt use while Officer Robert Mixson stands ready with the alternative, a ticket. The
Quincy Police Department, Gretna Police Department and others around the state are teaming up to enforce seat belt laws.


Save yourself $71!




ck it or Ticket in Q incy


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

How would you like to save yourself $71?
It's real simple, all you have to do is fasten
your seat belt every time you sit down in your
vehicle. And not only will you be saving a few
,.ucks, but you might just be saving your own
life.
SThe Quincy Police Department is joining law
enforcementt agencies across the state in an
effort to save lives this holiday season by
rerrnding everyone to buckle up.
Florida's "Click It or Ticket" campaign helps
bring attention to the needless deaths that occur
on roadways each year during the Thanksgiving
holiday season, because motorists fail to use
safety belts.
; The campaign will kick off November 18 and
run through November 30, with special attention


placed safety belt use.
Last year in Florida during the Thanksgiving
season 77 people died in traffic accidents; over
half of those fatalities were not wearing safety
belts. "Thanksgiving is a joyous holiday, but it is
also one of the deadliest on our roadways,"
Quincy Police Chief Gerald McSwain said. He
added that too many people are killed in traffic
crashes, because they do not take a few seconds
to put on their safety belts.
"Children and youhg adults learn best by
example and we all need to make sure they see
the right example," McSwain said.
During a "Click It or ticket" campaign held
over the Memorial Day weekend, state and local
law enforcement agencies issued almost 37,000
safety belt citations.
"The Click It or Ticket Florida enforcement
and education campaign sends a clear message
that safety belts and child, safety seats, when


used properly, save lives," McSwain said. This
becomes all too clear when a law enforcement
officer responds to a fatal crash. "This is why
we enforce the law and issue citations to
unbuckled motorists." Here are a few tips and
statistics about safety belts:
* About 26 percent of Florida's population or
about four million are not buckling up.
* Safety belts should always be worn, even when
riding in a vehicle equipped with air bags. Air
bags are designed to work with safety belts, not
by themselves.
* Pickup trucks in fatal crashes roll over twice as
often as passenger cars.
* Safety belts reduce the risk of dying in a
rollover by 70 to 80 percent.
* There is a cost above the cost of a ticket for
not wearing a safety belt. The price tag for traf-
fic crashes in the United States is about $230
See CLICK IT on Page 11


By ALICE DU POINT
Times Editor

Circuit Judge George S. Reynolds
III last week agreed that Ashford
Health Care, Inc., the management
company leasing Gadsden Commu-
nity Hospital, can access the busi-
ness and administrative offices to
continue their work.
SHe also said the county has the
right to post deputies at the property,
which is owned by the county. Ash-
ford must provide the county with
the times it wants to get in and
names of those who will be allowed
entry.
The medical unit of Gadsden
Community Hopsital was shut down
by the Agency on Health Care
Administration (AHCA) last Friday
night, after the agency suspended the
license following the release of six
pages of infractions.
"Our inability to get into our sys-
tem has hampered us. We have no
access to invoices. All billing is
electronic for all three hospitals,"
Lake said.
During a special emergency meet-
ing Wednesday morning, John
Williams, attorney for Ashford
Health Care, Inc. said the county
prevented the company from enter-
ing the hospital and the action was
jeopardizing two other hospitals the
company manages.
But the county's attorney, Thorn-
ton Williams, pointed out that the


hospital's administrator, Alma
Jones, provided a list of individuals
who would be allowed in the hospi-
tal and that those on the list had
been allowed to enter the facility.
He said that Jones also told county
officials times those on the list
needed access and that, too, was
granted.
Mike Lake, Ashford's CEO, said
he went to the hospital just before 8
a.m. and was not allowed entry,
However, he was informed by
Thornton Williams that Jones
requested entry starting at 8:30 a.m.
and lasting until 2:30 p.m.
"It has never been the intent of the
county to keep them out of the hos-
pital," Thornton Williams said.
"Suppose you prevail, you don't
have a license," Reynolds said.
"The hospital's license was sus-
pended. We feel we can satisfy
AHCA in ten days," Lake said.
Even with satisfying AHCA,
Reynolds told Lake that the com-
pany has a more serious problem
and that was no power. The' City of
Quincy shut off the power last Tues-
day.
The company, at the time of the
cut-off was more than $88,000 in
arrears. On final meter reading, the
bill was up to $107,000. Shelly
Robinson, the city's customer serv-
ice director, said Ashford remained
delinquent in utility payments even
after a payment schedule had been
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Gadsden County


to note AIDS Day


The Gadsden County Board of
County Commissioners will be
.:hosting a World AIDS Day event at
the Alexander O. Shelfer National
Guard Armory on Pat Thomas Park-
-way on Thursday, Dec. 1 from 9
':a.m. until 4 p.m.
The event is supported by Big
Bend Cares, Inc, Investing in Our
Youth, Inc., the Gadsden County
Health Department, The Gadsden
Community Health Council, Gads-
den County Saves, the Gadsden
County School Board and many
other area agencies.
There will be free food and prizes,
poets, radio disc jockeys and so
,much more. Transportation to and
from the event can be arranged for
.persons living in outlying areas of
the county who want to attend.
There will also be a story-writing
and poster contest for all county res-
idents ages 14-22. The winner will
,receive recognition during the
World AIDS Day event and all
,entries will be on display.
The winner from the county will


have his or her entry sent to New
York, New York where it will be
judged in the "Hear Me Project"
National HIV/AIDS Story-Writing
Competition for youth at-risk.
Morgan Freeman is honorary chair
of this year's event and his panel
consists of Spike Lee, Scarlett
Johansson, Forest Whitaker, Jesse
L. Martin, Jasmine Guy, LeVar Bur-
ton, writer Jose Rivera, Judy Reyes,
playwright Charles Oyamo Gordon
and renowned HIV prevention spe-
cialist, Dr. Loretta Sweet Jemmott.
A list of the contest rules has been
given to the Gadsden County
School Board, and students should
be able to pick up a copy along with
an application. However if someone
is interested in entering and needs
and application, one can be picked
up from the Gadsden County Board
of County Commissioners, emailed
or faxed.
For more information, contact,
Vivian R. Howard at 850-627-8433
or Twanna Parker at 850-921-1234.


Gadsden County
Sheriff's arrest report
Nov. 14, 2005
Louis Gunn-possession of a firearm by convicted
felon and aggravated battery w/deadly weapon; Gabriel
James-first degree murder; Quinterrious Sharler-first
degree murder; Audrene Parker-VOP/sale of cocaine 5
cts; Elvin Gilyard-VOP/sale of cocaine within 1000 ft
of church and burglary of structure; Lacharn Knight-
FTA/PWBC and grand theft; Joseph Smith-VOP/pur-
chase of controlled substance; Michael Gaines-dealing


Eddie Albert Bunion
GCSO looking
for missing
Havana man
The Gadsden County Sheriff's
Office is investigating the disappear-
ance of Eddie Albert Bunion, 43, of
Havana in the Hinson Community.
If you see Bunion or have any infor-
mation on Bunion's whereabouts,
please contact the Gadsden County
Sheriff's office at 875-8825 or Shelton
Turner at 875-8832.
He was reported missing by his
mother, who last saw him about noon
on Sept. 29.
Bunion is described as a Black male,
5'10" tall, 250 pounds with a shaved
head and face. He was last seen wear-
ing long blue pants and a blue tee
shirt.


in stolen property 4 cts, burglary, grand theft, criminal
mischief, burglary, attempted grand theft motor vehicle
and attempted burglary of a structure.
Kenneth Owens-VOP/dealing in stolen property;
Dwyane Butler-VOP/possession of crack cocaine;
Jamie Jackson-VOP possession of cocaine; Nakeisha
Mathis-aggravated battery; Marzette Rumph-
VOP/grand theft 2 cts., aggravated battery 1 ct; Doreta
Brown-fraudulent use of credit coard, VOP/sale of
cocaine and VOP/possession of cocaine w/intent to sell:
Kenneth Paden-possession w/intent to sell cocaine and
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Gadsden County Times November 17, 2005 3


Gretna's new police chief kicks off new programs


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Ferman Richardson has been
Gretna's police chief for a little over
two weeks and has already started
several new programs to help pro-
tect local citizens.
I Last Saturday a hundred residents
came to the park behind Gretna's
city hall and participated in a police
sponsored community gathering.
The event, which Richardson
plans to duplicate every four months
through out the city, brings the
police officers and residents
together for a time of fun and fel-
lowship.
"I believe in community policing,"
Richardson said. Through commu-
nity policing, Richardson said he
planned to build a bond between the
residents and his officers.\ Commu-
nity policing, Richardson said,
involves having officers spend time
in neighborhoods meeting residents
and getting to kndw the city's young
people. Getting out of the car and
talking to residents he said is an
important part of community polic-
ing.
Richardson has been practicing
what he preaches and has been out
walking many of the city's streets
meeting residents and talking about
their concerns. "If an officer is
afraid to walk the streets, then how
do you think the residents feel,"
Richardson asked.
That is his priority, to make the
streets of Gretna safe for residents
and he is working diligently to
accomplish that goal.
In order to reach his goal of com-
munity policing, Richardson said
there would need to be several
things in place. He wants to find out
what the city's residents want from
their police department.
"It helps to not be an outsider,"
Richardson said about community
policing.
He said that sometimes what police
and citizens see as problems may
differ.
"If we find out what their priorities
are and work to correct them, then in
!turn they will be willing to work
'. nh the officers to solve what they
s.ee as problems," Richardson said.
An example he used was the
Ccity's parks. "We're going to take
;back the parks for the citizens," he


Gretna's new police chief Ferman Richardson is shown standing by one of his police cars Monday morning.
photo by Byron Spires


said. Vandalism has been a problem
for Gretna parks, Richardson said,
but that is soon coming to an end.
Richardson has already started by
using the park area behind the city
hall last Saturday. He plans to sys-
tematically clean up all of the parks
and make them safe for local kids to
play.
The idea of giving the children of'
Gretna a safe place to play is one of
his priorities. "We want to work
together with the citizens to make
suretheir neighborhoods and parks
are safe," Richardson said.
He wants to increase the number of
officers the force. Currently Gretna
has three full time officers and five
part-time officers.
To accomplish his goal of 20 offi-
cers for the department over the next
three to six months Richardson said
he is going to be looking at adding
several part-time officers and part-
time volunteer officers.
Richard si;n'W law enforcement
career started with the Quincy police
department where he worked for 16
years. He also has a Public Adminis-


ration degree from Flagler College.
He was the QPD's training officer
when he accepted the police chief's
position with Gretna.
He plans to use his experience to
install a department training progra-
mat Gretna similar to the one he ran
for the QPD. This, he said, would
help draw the part-time officers and
volunteers he needs to beef up his
department.
Although Richardson understands
that he must work within the limits
of the current city budget. He has
plans for next year's budget to bring
the city's police salaries up to the
state's recommended starting salary
levels.
Because of his years of experience,
Richardson knows who to go to for
help. He has been in touch with such
agencies as Florida's Drug Enforce-
ment Agency (DEA), the Florida
Highway Patrol (FHP), the Gadsden
County Sheriff's department, and
the FLorida Department of Trans-
portation for their input and help.
Another serious concern of
Richardson's is speeding in the city.
He said that Gretna has a lot of prob-
lems with traffic safety, especially at
night.
"There are not a lot of lights in
the city and Gretna has a lot of
pedestrian traffic," Richardson said.

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Six DJJ workers fired


S by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The firing last week of six work-
Sers, including a supervisor at the
|Leon County Juvenile Detention
Center, by DJJ Secretary Anthony
'Schembri "does not diminish the
fact that my client was a vicitm of a
heinous sex crime," said Tallahas-
.see attorney Benjamin Crump. He
said the crime, multiple rapes of' a
mentally retarded boy from
Quincy, was the result of the negli-
gent environment fostered by the
Department of Juvenile Justice.
The boy, now 16 with the IQ of
a 3-year-old, was sent to the deten-
ition center earlier this year because
there was no available place to
acconunodate him. He had been
taken from the home he shared with
his elderly grandmother and great-
aunt after authorities were called
because of abuse on a person over
65.
S"Robert", who is five-foot-ten-
inches tall and weighs nearly 300
pounds. had to be have his diapers
changed, bathed and dressed, was
i ;eft in the charged of another center
detainee, Lee J. Donton. Witnesses

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S Workforce Plus, the workforce
.development board for Gadsden,
Leon and Wakulla counties,
appointed Kimberly A. Moore as
chief executive officer (CEO).
* Moore is the youngest person to be
;appointed CEO of a state-funded
job-placement agency. Furthermore,
,she is the first African-American
woman appointee.
In 1999, Moore joined Workforce'
Plus as a senior workforce special-
; ist, and in 2001, she was promoted
to chief operating officer (COO). In
2003, she began pursuing her mas-
ter's degree in business administra-
',tiori. at Webster University, which
Swill be completed in May 2006.
S"When I became CEO, I wanted
SWo'rkforce Plus to have the com-
plete package," said Moore. "I am
confident that I will make a substan-
tial difference by expanding our cur-
rent outreach, while gaining visibil-


told authorities they observed Don-
ton, 17, having sex with Robert in
the shower. Donton was facing two
counts of sexual battery in the
alleged abuse of another boy, also a
detainee.
Because of the severity of the
case, Shembri put the investigation
on the fast track.
Those fired were: Linda
Edwards-Ellis, detention superin-
tendent and head of the facility;
Donald Williams, shift com-
mander; Kelly Thompkins and
Charles Moore, senior juvenile
detention officers; and George
Earst and Kendrick Harris, juvenile
detention officers.
Albert Burk and Trevino
Williams were demoted; Hatim
Seifuddin was suspended for 30
days; and Kenneth Fleming and
Eddie Graham were reprimanded.
All'of the workers were senior
juvenile detention officers. Five
other workers, according to a
regional publication, resigned or
were fired before the investigation
was completed.
"The family is hopeful that
future children will be protected by:
these changes," Crump said.

appoints new CEO


ity in the tri-county area."
As the new CEO of Workforce
Plus, Moore has a $6 million
budget, an internal staff of seven
employees and an additional 90
workers under contract with Affili-
ated Computer Services (ACS). In
the past year, Workforce Plus has
receci ed grant funding to create 126
new jobs, train licensed nurse prac-
ttitoners to become .registered
nurses and help displaced hurricane
victims find employment.
Workforce Plus, together with
many community partners, works to
build a better community .in Gads-
den, Leon and Wakulla Counties by
linking businesses in need of quali-
fied workers with the people who
need and want competitive, career-
advancing employment. For more
information about Workforce Plus,
visit www.wfplus.org or call (850)
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mph. Most residential streets are 25
mph.
"If you are speeding in the city lim-
its of Gretna, I expect some action
by my officers." It is not about being
a speed trap, Richardson said. "It is
for the safety of Gretna citizens."
Richardson is not stopping with
just speeding, the city's parks, com-
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people in Gretna.
Richardson said he has a plan for
Gretna and his police force.He
wants to improve the citizens of
Gretna's quality of life.
Richardson said he intends to
accomplish that by providing police
protection through persistence, dili-
gence, and fair and equitable law
enforcement while empowering the
individual citizens, the community
and the police agency.
About the future for him and the
Town of Gretna, Richardson said,
"this is my opportunity to fix a prob-
lem and help the citizens of Gretna.,
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OPINIONS


Road plan: A road to nowhere


By: Byron Spires


How time slips away


There was a meeting last night at the pub-
lic library. It was the last of three scheduled
to discuss long range transportation issues
affecting Gadsden County and the region
through 2030. This one was called the
"Cost Feasible Plan Workshop."
The workshop was designed to gather
input (ideas and suggestions) from local cit-
izens on what they would like to see in the
way of transportation between 2011 and
2030. I was informed during the meeting
that all the plans have been made through
2010.
: If this was a meeting for citizens, I won-
dered why none were there, except me of
course. I asked why the Capital Regional
Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA)
would plan such an important meeting at
the same time on the same day as the Board
of County Coninmissioner meeting.
Let's see. First I was told by one of two
young women at the sign-in table, both
employees of R.B. Oppenheim Associates,
a public relations firm, (I guess they must
have been in charge of getting the word out
about the meeting) that they didn't know
there was a county commission meeting
Tuesday night. A few minutes later it
changed to "this is the only night that was
available and the only space available." I
reminded her that there are plenty of places
throughout the city that could ha\e, accom-
modated the meeting. A. fe\p minuets later ,:
got another reason: "the other workshops
scheduled for Leon and Wakulla counties
had already been set for the other available
nights." Now we were getting somewhere.
They could have just come right out and
said it the way it was:
"Look, Gadsden County, you get what's
left over so sit down and shut up, be glad
we're even here."
, Any\ ay.. so there I sat, in a room sur-
rounded by people (Imostly' men) who
worked for the CRTPA and a few acronyms.
Since I was the only one there the presenta-
tion by directed to me. I got the \whirlwind
presentation. After the rapid introductions.
came the recommended 2030 needs plan.


Funny thing was, the only need on the plan
for us was a little piece of land that would
connect Kelly Road to High Bridge and Joe
Adams Roads. I think that we will need a
little more than that by 2030 unless some-
one has plans for Gadsden County that we
don't know about and won't need any roads
at all.
Then came the estimated project costs
and transportation revenues. The estimated
cost for the project is $2.6 billion dollars or
thereabouts. I figure that making Kelly
Road connect with Joe Adams and High
Bridge Roads will cost about, let's say
$100,000. That seem about fair, doesn't it?
I managed to interrupt the "presentation"
to ask what anyone thought about address-
ing the tremendous growth that Midway is
currently experiencing. "There'll be more
to come," I warned them. That fella stood
there and told me that their "population
projection" people had not told them that
there was going to be that kind of growth.
In other words, if they had not been told
about it, then it just wasn't going to hap-
pen.
One of them must of thought about the
response I was given and in an effort to
sound more citizen-friendly said that "this
is going to be revisited every five years so
tf there is, that kind of growth, we'll have;:a..
chance to look at'it'a'gain.'"'' v i
i ,: as so sorry that I had to leave the met-
ing at 6:25. After all, I had a county com-
mission meeting to cover. After the meet-
ing, I asked commissioners about the
CRTPA meeting.
They too seemed upset that such a meet-
ing would be scheduled on the same night
,as a commission meeting. But then, I'm not
surprised. A few years ago, some folks from
Leon County decided to put up a sign on
the east end of the Ochlockonee River that
read: "Welcome to Leon County: where
Florida begins."
So why should a meeting that involves
the future of transportation for the next 25
years need input from the next heavily pop-
ulated county?


Where does time go?
It seems like it was only yesterday that my
son Bob was born.
I remember how excited and scared I was
the morning we went to the hospital. You
know how things are for a first child, even
though everybody had given us all kinds of
advice about what to do, we still really had no
idea what to expect.
That morning started out as a comedy of
errors. Everything had been ready for that trip-
to the hospital for a couple of weeks, but you
would not have known it that morning.
For those that have been there, you'll under-
stand. If you haven't, then good luck.
There are a lot of questions that need to be


By the time we reached the car the contrac-
tions had started coming closer and closer and
I was getting beyond anxious to say the least.I
also knew we had to drive to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital at rush hour that morning.
"Deep breaths, deep breaths, now concen-
trate on the windshield wiper blade," I said
as we started out of the drive way.
To control the pain you increased your
breathing and you had to pick a focal point to
concentrate on. In the course we had used
common objects like the clock on the wall or
a door knob. To this day I don't know why I
said the windshield wiper blade, that had been
something we had not really thought out well
I'm afraid.


answered before you can head to the hospital.. So, here we go through town, me coaching
Sometimes you can get them confused, too. Lamaze breathing and trying to drive a stan-
How close are the contractions? How hard dard shift car with one hand while my other
are the contractions? And a whole lot more hand was being squeezed almost lifeless.
contraction questions. Somehow, we made to the hospital and to
"Get the book, what's the book say?" I the delivery room in one piece.
remember asking. There is not a lot of time They had me dress up in all of the delivery
to read a book between labor pains, especially room garb and for the next twelve or so hours
if your hands are being held in a vice grip by we waited on Bob to be born.
the other person, You may not believe this, but I had labor
Like the waves at the beach, contractions pains, too. Sympathy pains the doctor told me
don't stop because you are not ready, and of as I stood and coached Betty.
course I wasn't ready. As a matter of fact I We did not know if we would have a boy or
could have easily put the whole ordeal off a a girl until Bob was born. It really didn't mat-
couple of weeks, but as you know\ it doesn't ter
work that way.. i- .: -' K;" iWe had talked between the contractions on
All the questions were asked and the suit the way to the hospital about names. Names
case was in the car and, oh, let's don't forget had been discussed before, but it was now
the mother. time to decide what we wanted.
Then it's time to head for the hospital. If it was a boy we were going to name him
Bob's mother and I had taken the "Lamaze Robert Weber Spires. I walked out to the
course" and she wanted a natural childbirth, waiting room after Bob was born and
Although I was very reluctant I had agreed to announced to all of the relatives waiting that
be there and thankfully so. Lamaze is a way Robert Weber was now an official member of
to control the pain associated with childbirth, the family.
I was her coach through the whole delivery That was thirty years ago today.
process. Yes, I'm getting older and so is Bob. That's
Because of Lamaze I witfiessed the birth of a good thing by the way, it is the way it is
both of my children first hand and would not supposed to work. Bob and his wife Amy are
trade that experience for anything in this expecting their first child in February and I'll
world. be a grandfather.
Lamaze starts as soon as the contraction I just pray that they will be as blessed with.
start and involve a series of breathing and their children as I have been with mine.
concentration exercises.


Liked street closing


Dear Editor:

S'tend to agree within Mr. Dan
Gatlin in his observations of Hal-
low\een in Quinct -there ha\ e alhwa. s
been groups of children without
adults, there have always been older
children without costumes trick-or-
treating with the crowds, and there
have alw ays been children from out-
side this neighborhood conung in.
However, it has always been a
safe and fun celebration in Quincy.,
The onl. thing that could hae made
it safer was to remove traffic from
King Street. Many have seen the'
cars driving too fast through the
throngs of trick-or treaters and,
gasped at the lack of concern those
drivers have for the many children.
out during the e'ent.
To close King Street for a short


two hours-the area that ha. always
been the most heavily traveled lby
both cars and trick-or-treaters-was
an act of wisdom on the part of both
the City Commission and Chief
Gerald McSwain.
SPerhaps instead of feeling put
upon by the number of revelers, one
should take pride in being part of
this event and' appreciate the fact
that'our Cit\ x ants its citizens and
\ isitors to be safe. After all. \ e %ere
designated an All America Ciit for
something. Thank you City Com-
mission' .and the Quincy Police
Department for keeping the spirit
alive.

Beth Allman

Save the Depot

Dear Editor,

West Gadsden Historical Society,
Inc. recently. began its first fund
raising campaign. We w would like to'
thank all of our contributors for their
generous donations.
It has been an exciting year for
West Gadsden .Histoncal Societv.
Inc. We have many hard working
members and volunteers that have


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However, an emergency situation
occurred regarding the Greensboro
Train Depot. Progress Energy had
plans to demolish it. As advocates
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this happened. Our intercession has
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and a generous offer from St.
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Principle/Privilege

Dear Editor:


I have no moti\e for writing
about the things that go on at City
Hall, nor do I aspire to hold an
office. I am merely trying to pass on
information that will be helpful.
When you have information it
helps you to make more informed
decisions, especially about the kind
of people we put in office to repre-
sent us. We do not need to keep
recycling the same people year after
year expecting different results.
That includes the ones that have
been city managers that left the city
in a mess, paying for sexual harass-
ment suits, poor management of
housing grants and audits 2-3 years
behind, just to name a few.
Matthew 9:16,17 says, No man
putteth apiece of new cloth unto an
old garment for that which is put in
to fill it up taketh from the garment
and the rent is made worse. 17) Nei-
ther do men put new wine into old
bottles; else the bottles break, and
the wine runneth out, and the bottles
perish but they put new wine into
new bottles and both are preserved.
I mentioned the behavior of Ms.
Franks, because she has forgotten
what she stood for on the board. I
could not believe that she would ask
the board to vote for a seminar on
Roberts Rule of Order and pay
someone $500 for the 3 hour session
(Parliamentary Procedure). You
would think after being oh the board
all these years she would know bet-
ter. Commissioner Smith, Interim
City Manager Ms. Forman and Ms.
Franks' pastor from Tallahassee
were the only people present. Ms.
Franks was unable to attend so she


in\ited her pastor to sit in. for her.
($500 wasted) Imagine that.
The chief of police is planning an
event for the community to listen to
the concerns of the citizens. Never
once did Ms. Franks ask is there
anything we can do for you as' a
board? She also without asking
input from other commisoners and
office staff recommended the city
clerk for an award out of a pool of
applicants across the state. The clerk
might have had a chance if there had
been more than one letter of recom-
mendation. The clerk was given a
plaque thanking her for her services.
Again, no one on the board knew
about or what the plaque.said until it


was presented at the town meeting.
Ms. Franks is not an elected
mayor by the people. When she
chairs the meetings, she behaves as
if she is the CEO of a company with
the other commissioners underneath
her. Ms. Franks feels she is entitled
to tell the city manager who to hire
for office work. She feels interns
from Lively Tech and TCC should
be inputted rather than: hire people
that live in the community; and to
think we are not registered for their
internship programs.

SEE Letters

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Greensboro council is looking at future development


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer


The Town of Greensboro is
about to add a few new homes
to its tax rolls.
. The council approved the
hiring of Andy Eastman as a
consultant to handle the
town's land use amendments.
Eastman's first order -of
business will be to work on a
twenty acre tract of land in the
town limits soon to become a
subdivision.
According to council mem-
ber Max Fletcher preliminary
plans are for the property will
be subdivided into lots with
the first phase containing
about 15 lots.
Mayor Buddy Pitts said he
understood the homes would
be in the $120,000 to
$135,000 range.
Jamie Thompson will be the
property's developer.
More information will be
available after Eastman pre-


Greensboro city council members, left to right, town attorney Alan Jackson, Herman Rowan, Lamar Alday, deputy clerk Annie Potter, J. B.
Toole, mayor Buddy Pitts, Max Fletcher, and Wilford Kennedy.


pares the land use amend-
ments.
In other business:
The council gave approval


to Eastman, the town's grants
consultant, to pursue a
$10,000 grant to update the
town's comprehensive plan.


The grant would require
matching funds.
According to Eastmanthe cur-
rent comp plan has.not been


pnoto by Byron Spires
updated since 1991. The comp
plan, he said, would be
required to be updated in
2010.


Pitts said that it would be
better to update the plan now
while grant money was avail-
able and he did not want the
city falling behind on required
comp plan changes.
Fletcher agreed with Pitts
and said it would be better to -
"bite the bullet" now.
The council approved for
bids to go out on 50 new
water meters. Fletcher said
that many of the city's meters
are old and need replacing.
The council approved a
request from West Gadsden
Historical Society to move the
old train depot. The council
said they would give the city's
building inspector a letter
granting approval for moving
the building and placing it at
the corner of Duffel and Sel-
man streets.
The building is still involved
in litigation between Progress
Energy and the land owner.
Moving the building still
hinges 6n decisions made by
S. Progress Energy.


Letters

from page 4


The financial consultant :is
al\%a\is being as-ked about the status
of. the city's finances. With that
comes the wish list for trips and
equipment that is necessary,so they
say. Ms. Franks is a self-serving,
self-centered person seeking self-
recognition.
To be a servent to me is an honor
and a privilege. How can you have a-
chance to make a positive profound
difference in the lives of others
when you don't stand on principle
and abuse privileges? You stind a
chance of losing both, principle and
privilege.

,. Doroth\ C. Hughes

Double standards

Recently, Maryland Lt. Gover-
nor Michael Steele \was depicted as
"Sambo" in The News BIog and
during an attempt to give a speech
at a university, was pelted with
Oreo cookies.. Michelle Malkin, an
Asian woman has been stereotyped
as a "slant e'e" and other.endearing
comments from her detractors.
Both Colin Powell and, Condi Rice
have'been portrayed as "uppity
plantation Negroes" that are trying


to please the masses. The people R ruling
who are making these mindless,
'bigoted comments are the same
people who wear their feelings on Continued from Page 1
their sleeves and look for any word crafted.
or gesture to use to scream racism. The company was to pay $10,000
Double standard? No, because per month on the arrears plus the
there are no standards for behavior current monthly bill (which ranged
for liberal Democrats of any skin between $15,000 and $17,000
color. They want blacks -to prosper monthly).
and gain political prominence as Lake said part of the delinquent
long as that black is in lock step bill predates Ashford's taking man-
with those that believe in give a agement of the faciltiy. He added the
ways, set asides, quotas, and social- bill would have been paid had the
ism in general. To my knowledge, company had access to the invoices.
not one prominent Democrat, black "All billing is electronic for all three
or white, has said anything about hospitals," Lake said.
the guttural strident demeaning tone He said a payment plan had been
used in personal attacks on the indi- worked out with the City of Quincy
viduals mentioned. While their and that a payment was due last Fri-
silence speaks volumes with regard day, but the company was shut out
to their own integrity, it also reveals and could not pay.
b^tleiri rai fW ,lings about race, or Part of the olde \'as aI~So't'o lllox
. perhaps their lack of feelihgsg. '" b"n the company tO~:i a gel nerator for
Kamau Kambon, while speaking,' power provided its use did not harm
at Howard University, stated that the motor inside the generator.
the white race should be extermi- Brian Beasley, director of the
nated. For those that (think) I am county's emergency medical serv-
making this up the quote is ".....we ice, said he was informed by the
are going to exterminate white peo-
ple off the face of the planet..."
Again the condemnation for these "
comments is deafening in there 'iI
silence. .. l
Sadly, I am sure there many in i l 'l'i ij
this community applaud this type of | ..
idiotic comments and behavior. .! f

Bill Shue, ii


technician who services the genera-
tor that allowing the generator to run
idle and without enough fuel would
harm the motor. Beasley said the;
technician told him that the genera-
tor was not drawing enough power
because of partial use. "It like a
truck just sitting there idling," he
said.
Beasley said he coordinated with
Jones the removal of perishable
items and sensitive medicines
before the backup generator was
turned off.
While the attorneys for Ashford
talked about the reasons AHCA sus-
pended the license, the timetable
and method by which they were sus-
pended and the delinquent utility
bill, Thornton Williams said the
request for an injunction was inap-
propriate.. ... ....
"You're saying \ou'".e been dis- ,
possessed, They' re-! sying (the
county) you've had access. The big-,
ger complication is that the building
is without electricity. If it sits for
any length of time without air condi-
tioning, there'll be a larger problem.


I don't know what to enjoin the
county from doing," said Judge
Reynolds.
John Williams said he wanted the
opportunity to turn the emergency
backup generator back on and try to.
run the business operations with the


emergency power. "We're (Ashford-
employees) intimidated by the
Gadsden County police," he said. L
"I should think you would wel-,
come the extra -protection,
Reynolds said.


Havana man killed when Jeep

overturns on private road


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Robert Carnes, 40, of Havana
was killed Saturday morning
when the 1977 Jeep he was rid-
ing in overturned pinning him
under the- Fll bar. -.--- .
"i According to-( "a Rpiort
released b thie Florida Highwa)
Patrol, Carnes died at the scene
of the crash on private property
on Dover Road about 2:20 a.m.
The Jeep was driven by 54-year-


old Lane Smith of Tallahasseef
neither man was wearing a seat-_
belt, according to the report.
The Jeep was in the process o,
making a right turn when the
driver overaccelerated causing
the vehicle to overturn onto its
Sleft side. coming to fi nal rest on
lthie rihlit side.An in\ esiigation t
'de'tetin'ne \ hethher"g nir t thde
accident was alcohol related is'
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Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church
The members of Shiloh Mission-
Sary Baptist Church will have a Har-
vest Day Program Sunday, Nov. 20
at 11 a.m. The speaker will be Min-
ister Vannie Johnson (Blessed Hope
Church). Formore information call
Betty Sailor at 627-6838 or 875-
1436. Everyone is invited.

Bright Star Choir
at St. Mary CME
The Bright Star Choir union #4
will be at St. MarN 'CME in Nlt.
Plea .nit gn Sunday, Nov. 20 at'2:45
p.m. Everyone is invited.

Mt. Zion CME Church
honors pastor
Mt. Zion CME Church will have
two special pray and praise days to
honor and recognize the anniversary
of our pastor Rev. Theresa McMil-
lan. On Friday Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m,
the speaker will be Rev. Daniel
Williams of St. Paul Primitive Bap-
tist Church with a special guest
choir.
Sunday Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. the
speaker v'ill be Rev. Jene Alexis
from Fellowship of Praise House of
Prayer and Restoration with a spe-
cial guest choir. We would love for
everyone to come out and fellowship
with us on these two glorious days.

Frist Presbyterian
Church to host Market
for Missions
The First Presbyterian Church in
Quincy is hosting a N market for Mis-
sions on Sunday, Nov 20 from noon-
3 p.m. Shoppers will be able to find
items for sale ranging from $1 to
$500+, with all proceeds going to
eleven local charity organizations.
For more information, please call
the church office at 627-6576, or
visit fpcofquincy@yahoo.com

Greater Tanner Chapel
Stewards, Trustees' Day
On Sunday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m.
the Stewards and Trustees will cele-
brate their Officers' Commitment
Day. You, are cordially invited to
share this occasion with them.

Blessed Hope MB
Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.-Pastor's
anniversary celebration. Guest
speaker will be Pastor Willie Hagan.
Nov. 27 at 11 a.m.-The guest
speaker will be Pastor Richard
Mathew of St. Paul PB Church. The
conclusion of the pastor's anniver-
sary celebration will be at 3
p.m.with guest speaker Elder Ernest
Miller of Bear Creek and St.
Mathew's Baptist Church.

I Corinthians Ministries
Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school;
11 a.m. worship service.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. praise and
worship.
Saturday 9 a.m. morning glory.
Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m. II Corinthians
at Highly Favored. Pastor's anniver-
sary.
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Nov. 21-23, 7:30 p.m. Youth
Revival at II Corinthians Ministries.
Elder Curtis Lollis.
Nov. 29, 7 p.m.-Marriage min-
istry at Deliverance Temple.
For more information contact
Patsy Henry at 875-4497 Mon.-Fri.
10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Second Elizabeth Mis-
sionary Baptist Church
The Second Elizabeth Mission-
ary Baptist Church family will fel-
lowship \,ith the St. John AME
Church lamnl\ oni Thursday, No\ 17
at 7 p.m. Rev. O'Harold Black will
deliver the message. Please join us
for Sunday morning worship serv-


ice. Rev. Davis from Tallahassee
will bring the message.
For more information, please
contact Deacon John Borden at 627-
6363.

Family and Friends Day
at Oak Grove AME

The Stewardess Boards of Oak
Grove AME Church are having a
Family and Friends Day program
Sunday, Nov. 27 at 4 p.m. Speaker
for this glorious occasion will be
Sister Joann Kimble of Ne" Bethel
AME Church. The public is invited
to come and enjo\.

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DAY PROGRAM NOV. 20

Mt. Moriah First Missionary Baptist .
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S pastor) will host its Annual Harvest Day r
Program on Sunday. Nov. 20. The theme
, .'-- is "We plant the seeds: But God gives the
SHarvest" (Matthew 9:37-38).
^ The church asks people to wear old
fashion attire. The guest speaker will be
Elder Michael Coleman. Dinner will be
Served immediately following service. ,.
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THANKSGIVING DINNER
The entire community is invited
to have Thanskgiving dinner at
Mt. Moriah First Missionary Baptist Church


(Elder Melvin Crawford,Sr., pastor)
on Thanksgiving Day.
Service will begin at 11 am.
There will also be a clothes give-a-way.
The entire community is invited to attend.

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It's Time for a Change
It's time for us as a whole to strive to be more like Jesus from the inside
out. We need to devote our lives to God by living a prayer life. Praying for
each other like the apostle Paul that God may open a door for our message
,so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ (Col; 4:23 NIV) Or do we
have a message to proclaim? Yes, we have a message how God
throughout all of the disasters: God is still good, God is still everlasting. We
all could have been gone as others. Because of God's love, grace and.
mercy we have another chance. If there is a change made it must begin with the people of
God. We need to go back to the basics: pray in season and out of season. Pray that some
of this violence will cease. This is God's world and everything in it regardless of Satan with all
of his tactics. God is still in control. Pray for our youth, they need our support as much as we
need each other. It don't have to be a storm to get our attention. Jude admonishes us (Jude
1:3) Let us earnestly contend for the faith that was once delivered to the saints. Let us see if
we can believe the word of Jesus (St. Matt 8:19 KJV) Where two or three are gathered
together in my name there I am. If ye can touch and agree you can ask what ye will. There I
am and I will help the needy one. Let us go back to basics, let us begin today for a better
tomorrow. Be sure to pray eamestly daily attending some Christian service. Arrive early
expecting to meet Jesus on time. Come prepared, don't wait for last minutes. Keep your
meeting humorous and exciting. Not as a funeral. Tell the goodness of Jesus' love for all. Be
sure to study the word of God (II Tim. 2:15) Study to show thyself unto God, not man, a
workman that needeth not be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth. Organize your plan
and purpose. Have one mind, let that be the mind of Christ. Ban negative remarks. Alert
yourself to the needs of others. Set goals; strive to reach them for Christ. Involve each
individual in the leading process; no one knows it all. Consider each one as loved and valued.
Sing praises Unto our God with Thanksgiving. The more we praise Him the more He will bless
and answer our prayers. When praises go up, blessings come down Thank You Jesus
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Obituaries

Robert T. "Ted" Carnes, Jr.
Robert T. "Ted" Carnes, Jr., 40, of
Lake Side Retreat, Dover Road, died
Saturday, November 12, 2005 at
Lane Smith Farm. He was a native
of Tallahassee, and a factory repre-
sentative.
He was a graduate of Robert F.
Munrioe School and Auburn Univer-
sity. He was a member of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.
Funeral services were November ,
14, with burial at Roselawn Ceme- ----
tery. Charles McClellan Funeral
Home had charge of arrangements. -, -,
Memorial contributions may be made..
Io a favorite charity. '
-He is survived by his parents,
Bobby and Chris Carnes of Tallahas-
see; a brother, Bill Carnes (Traci) of
Tallahassee; a sister, Laura Carnes of
Denver', CO; his maternal grand-
mother, Frances P. Malone; a niece and a nephew, all of Tallahassee.

Garfield Denson
Garfield Denson, 76, of Quincy, died Saturday, November 12, 2005 at
Greenville. A native of Enterprise, AL, he was a member of St. Mark MB
Church.
: Funeral services are at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 19 at St. Mark MB
Church with the Rev. Arthur Hargrett officiating. Burial will be at Sunny-
vale Cemetery. Betsey Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife, Sarah Denson of Quincy; three sons, James
Denson, Jimmy Denson and Alfred Denson of Quincy; five stepsons, Joe
Nathan Denson, Joe Lee Denson, Leroy Denson, Richard Cooper, and
Anthony Cooper of Quincy; three daughters, Levandia Denson of Quincy,
-Connie Reed of Virginia and Ruby Denson of Quincy; two sisters, Rosa Lee
Simms of Panama City, and Kathleen Smith of Enterprise, AL; her care-
giver, Latasha Belford of Quincy, twenty-five grandchildren and several
great-grandchildren.

James D. Hickey
- James D. Hickey, 45, of Tallahassee, died November 12, 2005. A native of
Crowley, LA, he was a painter.
He is survived by three sons including Jason J. Hickey of Crawfordville,
a daughter and two sisters.

Gloria Dawson Jeter
Gloria Dawson Jeter, 60, of Bristol died Thursday, November 10, 2005
4t Bay Medical Center, Panama City.
She:was native of Bristol, raised in St. Petersburg, and a resident of San
biego, CA for 30 years. She was employed by the American Legion, and
returned to Bristol for the past 13 years, where she was a member of Rock-
ville Missionary Baptist Church.
.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 19 at the
church with burial in Rockyville Cemetery, the Rev. Raymond Dudley offi-
Biating. Visitation will be Friday, Nov. 18, 3 to 7 p.m. at Madry Chapel, who
is in charge of arrangements
She is survived by her husband, William E. Jeter, Sr. of Bristol; a daughter,
Belinda Samuel ISaniuel Pormer Sr I of S. Lout,, MO;,istepdaughters;
-Fauma Jeter of Oakland. CA and Wanuda Jeter. U.S. Arn in Irq. stepsons,
-Dav id Jeter of Orlando and .nthoni Jeter, Hosea Jeter, Kenneth Jeter and
'Vilianm E. Jeter. Jr. of San Dieeo. CA: her mother, Carrie Dawson Smith of
.St. Petersburg; sisters Irma Daniels of Gulfport, Dorinda Carwell and Geral-
Vtine Thomas (Gregory) of St. Petersburg ; a brother, Wendell Smith (Rose)
lof St Petersburg; three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, step grand
qand great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews aunts, uncles,
oulns and friends.

Alberta Jordan
SAlberta Jordan, 91, of Rochester, -..,
..Y. died Thursday, November 10,
2005 in Rochester. She was a native
of Quitman, GA, and 'a member of ..
Shiloh PB Church of Quincy.
Funeral services' are 12noon, Thurs-
day, Nov. 17 at Shiloh PB Church
with Rev. Eston Howard officating.
Burial will be at St. Mark Cemetery.
Betsey Funeral Home has charge of
arrangements.
She.is survived by two sons, Master .4
: Robinson of Quincy, and Wilfred Jor-
dan of'Rochester, NY; two daughters,
?'Betty L. Williams and Rose Rosemel
Evans' both of .Rochester, NY;
aadopted daughter, Delores Banks of
Atlanta, GA;' 11il grandchildren,, sev-
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Sarah Frances Pride
Sarah Frances Pride, 51, of Quincy,
died Tuesday, November 8, 2005 in
Fredricksburg, VA. A native of Gads-
den County, she was a member of Mt.
Zion PB Church.
Funeral services were Wednesday, "
Nov. 16 with burial in Springield
Cemetery. Bradwell Mortuary had
charge of arrangements.
She is survived by a daughter,
Gwendolyn Anderson of Stafford,
VA; a son, Jerry Pride of Stafford, VA;
seven brothers, Willie Jerry Pride of
New Jersey, Clarence Pride,
Woodrow Pride, Walter Pride and
Johnny Pride all of Quincy, Roy Pride
of Greenwood, Edwin Pride of West
Palm Beach; two sisters, Clara Mae
Pride and Lorna Pride-Williams of
Quincy; and two grandchildren.

Alice Fryer Reddick
Alice Fryer Reddick, 54, of Bristol, died Tuesday, November 8, 2005 in
Tallahassee. A native of Bainbridge, she retired from the Division of Lottery.
She was a member of Centenary United Methodist Church in Quincy.
Funeral services were November 10, with burial at Hillcrest Cemetery.
Charles McClellan Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her husband, James Tom Reddick of Bristol; a sister,
Ann Fryer (Tony Parramore) of Quincy; a brother Steve Fryer (Billie); and
four nieces.


ChCtrch news

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Mt. Zion weekend
gospel gala

The Community Angels Commit-
tee is sponsoring a weekend gospel
gala to benefit our brothers and sis-
ters in need of our help: the elderly,
sick shut-ins, and the victims of
devastating storms. The programs
will be held at Mt. Zion AME
Church in Havana with Rev. Scm-
meal Thomas on Dec. 2 and 3.
This weekend will feature Rev.
Andrew Cheairs and the Songbirds.
Rev. Cheairs will open the program
Friday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
Dec. 3 at 6 p.m. there v. ill be a song
service featuring Rev. Cheairs, the
Songbirds and local talent.
We are asking that all choirs and
or soloists who are interested, please
contact Sister Linda Clemons at
322-2976, or Sister .Lois C.
McBride at 539-6989 by Dec. 1,'if
possible.
Please come out and support this
program.

Holiness Church of
Jesus Pentecosal
S Everyone is invited to Holiness
Church of Jesus Pentecostal on Sun-
day, Nov. 20 at 12:00 noon for Fam-
ily and Friends Day. Bishop Ray-
mond Hobley is the pastor, and will
be the speaker.

Pre-Harvest worship'
Greater Tanner Chapel AME
Church will be blessed to have the
Rev. Gary Reed and the Friendship
Church family Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8
a.m. for our final Pre-Harvest Day
worship service. Please join us.

Trinity Deliverance and
Restoration Center
As we have done for the last 13
years, we will be serving a free tra-
ditional Thanksgiving dinner Thurs-
day, Nov. 24. We will start serving
at 12 noon. If anyone would like to
contribute to this blessed event,
please contact Pastor Bonnie Green
at (850)627-2484 or Shirley Barkley
at (850) 875-7983. We welcome
your help.


Dec. 1,11 a.m.-World Harvest
Ministerial Church Fellowships'
Florida-Georgia regional meeting.
All pastors and leaders are welcome
to attend. Free lunch. 7 p.m.-minis-
tering service with Pastor Donald
Battles from Divine Faith Ministries
of Jonesboro, GA. .

Old Bethel AME
Harvest Day 20th
On Sunday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. Old
Bethel AME Church will be cele-
brating their Annual Harvest Day.
The keynote speaker will be Elder
Carl Joseph of Madison, FL. Elder
Joseph is the lead singer for the
gospel group, Spiritual Gospel True-
Tone. He will be' accompanied by
the Spirtual Angels. The theme for
this year's celebration will be "the
harvest is plentiful, but laborers are
few."
For information please contact the
church at (850) 875-3793 or (850)
673-1303.

St. Jamnes.AME Church
Harvest Day Nov. I20
The pastor and members of St.
James AME Church will celebrate
their annual Harvest Day on Sun-
day, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. The speaker
for the occasion will be minister
James Ray, principal of Stewart
Street Elementary School. The pub-
lic is invited to join in this very spe-
cial celebration, with a special invi-
tation extended to the faculty .of
Stewart Street Elementary.

Mt. Pilgrim PB Church
113th anniversary
The Mt. Pilgram PB Church is cel-
ebrating its 113th anniversary.
Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Pastor Crawford and the Mt. Moriah
MB Church family.
Saturday, Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.
Prayer Breakfast, Washington
Lodge, 920 E. Jefferson St. (Hwy.
90 East), Quincy. First Lady Janice
Wilkerson will be the speaker.
Donations are $5.
Sunday, Nov. 20 at,4 p.m. Pastor
Judson Duval and NeW Revelations
Ministries Church family, Quincy.


Thank You n ,:
To Famih' and Friends,
\Words cannot begin to express -
how %erv much ne thank ever'- '
one tor their acts of kindness,
warm embraces, heartful pravers,
thoughtful deeds, shared tears,
floweni, cards, daily calls, and" '
delicious food from our friends,'
tamilv and neighbors. 't .,F .,
A spec ll "Thank You" to Nhi Presidine Elder, Re'.. G.. T.
Barklev, the MN.rianna District Ministers and L-\wmen
and mn mother Presiding Elder. Rev. Henry Griffin ot .
the Gadsden/Quirnc'v Distiict. Also a special "Thank L'
You" to caregiver. Ni. Bessie Kennon and Mrs. Mary i '
McGill ho ho helped in so many, wavs. f
To my friend, Rev. Flavius Johnson v. ho came imniediately f
to see about me. Ma.i God continue to bless and keep
him in His precious, tender, lo\ ing care is my pra', er. :. i
And finally to the member of St. Paul .MIE Church
and the pastor, Rev. Yurikadeeia Norwood, we thank
you so much for all the good deeds th.i you have done.
Re\. Lorenzo N1cG-ill
Barbara Brady-James
Dr. Vanessa Robinson
Valinda I Buffl I Bellamy


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express our deepest
appreciation to all our
friends and neighbors
for your many acts of
kindness shown during
the illness and passing
of our loved one. May
God continue to bless
each of you in our
prayers

The Family


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Gadsden County Advisory Council
cordially invite you to attend the



Thursday, December 1, 2005
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13 North Madison St.
Quincy
Reception follows service
Please join us as we remember the lives of loved
ones who are no longer with us, but whom we hold
in our hearts eternally. This time for remembrance
and healing is open to everyone in the community.
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Mt. Zion to fellowship
with Hickory Hill
Primitive Baptist
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Mt. Zion Prim-
itive Baptist family will fellowship
with Hickory Hill Primitive Baptist
Church in Tallahassee. All members
are asked to meet at the church at 6
p.m. to form a motorcade for the
trip.
Thursday, 7 p.m. gospel mass
choir rehearsal.
Sunday, 9:30 a.m. church school;
11 a.m. worship service.
The matrons will meet at the
church Monday at 6 p.m. to deliver
Thanksgiving baskets to eight fami-
lies.
The clothes closet is available for
those needing this service. Please
call 627-8442 for assistance.


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us here to cry. Thefamily called

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


Former Chattahoochee mayor,

funeral director named to state

Board of Funeral Directors


Gail A. Thomas-DeWitt, a native
of Chattahoochee, has been named
to the State Board of Funeral Direc-
tors.
She is the daughter of the late
Willard and Louise Thomas, and has
one son, Ryan Dewitt, a sophomore
at Embry Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity in Daytona Beach.
After graduating from high school,
she attended Miami Dade Commu-
nity College, graduating with asso-
ciates in science degree in mortuary.
She has been a licensed funeral
director and embalmer in Florida
since 1978.
She first worked at Bruton's
Funeral Home in Orlando and later
returned to Chattahoochee to run
Smith-Thomas Funeral Home. In
1995 she was elected the first and
only African American woman to
become mayor of the City of Chat-
tahoochee. She returned to Orlando'
in 1996 and purchased Bruton's
Funeral Home, which is now Gail &
Wynn's Mortuary, Inc.


Janessa Schmarje and Kenneth Edwards

Schmarje, Edwards


wedding Dec. 17


John and Jannie Schmarje of
Blountstown wish to announce the
erniI eten anid forthcoming mar-
riage -ft thcd daughter Janessa M.
Schriarje ahiJ Kenneth W. Edwards
son of Ienneth and Alice Edwards


Zion is one
Zion Ashari McPhaul will be cel-
ebrating her first birthday on Thurs-:
day, No\. 1 She is the daughter of
Shekisha Bryant and Ronterrious
McPhaul:' She has a sister,. Kailah
Ruffen. Her matenrnal gpindparefius
are JoAnn ,Allunmis and Larr3
Bryant; paternal grandparents are
Diana (V'crrnn) Love and Sebastian
N iPhaj l: miaernral gie.a-tgrandpar-
en, a. e Mlillace and Della Bell
Allums; paternal great-grandparents
are Rainey and Hattie Mae Lock-
wood,. and' James arid Kizzie
McPhaul.
Zion will celebrate with a Straw-
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Saturday, Nov. 19 at Shiloh Park.
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Janessa is the granddaughter of the
late Bart and Tina Rozeboom of
Alberta, Canada and Lilly and the
late John Schmarje of Bristol. She is
a graduate of Blountstown High
School and Chipola Junior College
and currently is a senior in the
Social Work program at the Univer-
sity of West Florida.
Kenneth is the grandson of the late
James Roberts of Greensboro, Mary
Bass of Bristol and Reverend H. L.
.and Oleta Edwards of Greensboro.
He is a graduate of Liberty County
High School and is attending
Chipola College. He is employed at
HarborLite Corporation and is the
owner of Kenneth's Signs.
A December 17th wedding is
planned at 6:00 p.m. CT at Bristol
Methodist Church.
A reception will immediately fol-
low .at Veterans Memorial Park
Civic Center in Bristol. No local
in% station. r\ ill be sent, however, all
friends and family are invited to,
attend.
The' couple will reside in
Blo liill'so \ Ii.


Mahlik is one
Mahlik Jaylen Mondy celebrated
his first birthday Friday, Nov. 11. He
is the son ofiKatrina and Meschac
Monday. His maternal grandparents
are Paula and Henry Milton, anid
Charles and Cheryl Ariderson.
Paternal grandparents are Matilda
and Joseph Mondy. Godparents are
Nidra Cummings, Nikita Bush and
Wilder Jean.
Mahlik celebrated a ,Chuck E
Cheese party in Jackson'ille 'on
Nov. 12, and will celebrate an Elino
party at 1 p.m. on Nov.. 19 at, the
home of his maternal grandmother
in QuincN Family and friends are
welcome.


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Services, appointed by Gov. Jeb
Bush, under the Department of
Financial Services.
She is a member of The Florida
Morticians Association and served
Gail Thomas-DeWitt
aS convention coordinator and edu-
cation director. A member of the
Disaster Mortuary Operational
Response Team (DMOTR) since
1996, she serves as chief of morgue
operations under Homeland Secu-
rity/FEMA, and has traveled 'to
teach classes concerning the team.
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Benjale Bailey of Ft. Myers.
The groom is the son of Martha
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Howard Koonce. A reception honor-
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urday, Nov. 26 at the new National
Guard Armory.

Jewel Kendrick
and Bobby Ward
to marry Nov. 26
Charles Kendrick, Alice
Kendrick Stokes, Charlie Ann
Kendrick Gibbons and Barbie
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Gene Ward of Tallahassee. Jewel is
the daughter of the late Charlie and
Verdell Kendrick. Bobby is the son
of Mary Ward and the late George
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Project HOPE aiding 35 hurricane victim families here


by ALICE iDU PONT
Times Editor

There are, officials believe, about 35 fam-
iies scattered throughout Gadsden County
who were displaced by Hurricanes Katrina
and Rita.
"They are living among us and a lot of
people in Gadsden County don't know they
are here or just how bad the storms were,"
said Michael Perry. He and Stan Mitchell of
Apalachee Center are busy doing two
things: getting the word out to citizens that
~ve have newcomers in.the area and letting
the newcomers know they are welcome and
that there is help available in many ways.
SProject Hope Services, a new program
,funded by a $126,000 grant from FEMA is
,intended to make it possible to continue iden-


tifying and providing services for mental
health related needs for Katrina and Rita.
"This was not only a family- and individual-
changing event, it was a community, culture
and identity changing event as well,"
Mitchell said.
Perry said they are currently working with
a 50ish man who has worked to provide for
his family all of his life. "He's having diffi-
culties because for the first time he can't
provide for his family. He was a truck driver,
but the company is now gone. Work was
who he was and that is gone," Perry said.
He said the upcoming holiday season may
be even more stressful for the displaced peo-
ple of the gulf coast. "The little things like
their children not being able to play seasonal
sports. We had a case in Tallahassee where a
12-year-old wasn't allowed to play organ-


ized sports because he didn't have an
address, the family is still in a motel. All of
these years, the kid's sports have been a part
of the family's life," Perry said.
Project Hope is in response to the reloca-
tion of over 600,000 people as a result of the
hurricanes. "The first response came
through the Red Cross and volunteers from
local agencies and faith-based groups that
provided many survival needs and brief cri-
sis intervention. But many people and fami-
lies are still in this area and may stay here
because they cannot return to their commu-
nities for various reasons," Mitchell said.
"They are moving into a different stage of
reality and that carries another set of prob-
lems," Perry said.
The grant provides for education for :
Evacuee families and individuals


Professionals, including teachers, physi-
cians, clergy, and law enforcement
Civic groups, community organizations,
churches
Effects of disaster on individuals and
families
Recognizing disaster-related problems in
adults and children
Parenting education for children of dis-
asters
Maintaining family cohesiveness in dis-
aster recovery
Stress management
Mitchell, a licensed clinical social worker,
said the next 90 days will be critical. "The
holidays are upon us. Many of these people
will be out of their normal routine for the
first time in their lives. They may be accus-
tomed to doing things one way and now it's


all gone," he said.
The grant offers counseling in many areas
that include, but are not limited to grief and
loss, crisis intervention, employment, cop-
ing skills training, mental health, post trau-
matic stress, alcohol and drug abuse, domes-
tic violence, and behavorial problems.
Project Hope also will offer training for
civic groups, church groups or others who
want to help. Perry said the training will
help people identify the phases of disaster
and help others to help evacuees cope. Perry
said many of the evacuees will stay in our
community. "We want them to be a part of
the thread of this community. They are not
people just waiting to go someplace else,"
he said.
For more information on Project Hope,
called Perry or Mitchell at 850-523-3337.


Confederate book has ties to Quincy


Greater Open Door Church
The members of Greater Open Door Church will be showing their appre-
iation for co-pastor Jeanella Hall. We would like to invite you to come out.
'Monday. Nov. 14 Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m.
Monday. Bishop M. Alls, Open Door Church of Sawdust, Rev. Louis Jones
of Zion Hope; Wednesday, Bishop K. Johnson of Greater Works; Thursday,
SPastor D. Dubose of Victory Community church; Friday Pastor R. Baker of
My Father's House Church of God of Prophecy; Saturday, Pastor J.
,aawkins of Bostick Temple; Sunday, Pastor Delwynn Williams of St. John
MB Church of Panama City.


Confederate Chronicle presents
the remarkable life of Thomas L.
Wragg, who served in both the Con-
federate army and navy and endured
incarceration as a prisoner of war.
After the war, he undertook a series
of jobs, eventually becoming a
physician. In 1889, he died tragi-
cally at the hands of a man who mis-
takenly thought he was defending
his family's honor. Pamela' Chase
Hain uses Wragg's letters home to
his family, friends, and fiancee, as
well as his naval notebook and
newspaper articles, to give readers
direct insight into his life and the
lives of those around him.
The son of a respected Savannah
physician, Wragg was bor into a
life of wealth arid privilege. A non-
conscripted soldier, he left home at
eighteen to join the front lines in
Virginia. From there, he sent letters
home describing the maneuverings
of General Joseph E. Johnston's
army in and around Harpers Ferry
and Winchester, culminating with
the Battle of Bull Run.
In the fall of 1862, Wragg joined
the Confederate Navy and trained
on the ironclad CSS Georgia before
transferring to the CSS Atlanta.
Hain uses the notebook that he kept


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SMerchants in the shopping village of Havana today A drawim for three lucky winners of the shopping
Announced their Annual Holiday Open House will be sprees will be held near the fountain area at 6 p.m. Win-
;held Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This event ners do not have to be present to win, so be sure to enter,
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during his training in ordnance and
gunnery to provide a rare glimpse
into the naval and artillery practices
at the time. This notebook also pro-
vides evidence of a fledgling Con-
federate naval "school" prior to the
one established on the James River
on the CSS Patrick Henry.
he crew of the unfortunate Atlanta


was captured on the ship's maiden
voyage, and evidence in the Wragg
family papers suggests the capture
was not the result of bad luck, as has
been claimed. Wragg and the other
officers were sent to Fort Warren
Prison in Boston Harbor for fifteen
months. Wragg's POW letters reveal
the isolation and sense of abandon-


ment the prisoners felt as they
waited in hopes of an exchange. The
correspondence between Wragg and
his fiancee, Josie, after the war illus-
trates not only the mores of nine-
teenth-century courtship but also the
difficulty of adjustment that many
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Public-private

partnership throws

'LIFELINE to

Florida families

Local school system works with
telecom industry and public
agencies to help spread the
word.

Imagine this: a child is sick and the parents
know that emergency services are needed,
but they cannot call 9-1-1; a parent has an
unexpected change in work schedules, but
cannot call the kids to let them know; an
after-school activity is cancelled, but the stu-
dent cannot call home to get picked up ear-
lier than planned. These are just a few of the
unpredictable situations that any household
may experience; however, each could poten-
tially become a catastrophe because in these


households there is no local telephone serv-
ice.
Fortunately, for Florida families who
struggle to maintain consistent telephone
service, a public-private partnership has been
formed to assist qualified families in this
regard. The Public Service Commission
(PSC), Department of Education (DOE),
Office of Public Counsel (OPC), school
superintendents throughout the state and
Florida's telecommunications companies
have joined together to promote the Link-up
Florida and Lifeline Telephone Assistance
programs statewide.
The two programs provide savings, on
monthly telephone bills to qualified families;
Link-Up offers a reduction in connections
expenses associated with hooking up initial
phone services and Lifeline Telephone Assis-
tance provides for reduced charges for local
phone services. Although the programs have
been in existence for several years, for the
first time, families with students receiving a
free lunch through the National School
Lunch Program (NSL) can now use an addi-
tional eligibility criterion for Lifeline and/or
Link-Up in BellSouth, Sprint and Verizon


Minority health policy scholarships available


The Kaiser Family Foundation's
Barbara Jordan Health Policy Schol-
ars Program brings talented African
American, Latino, American
Indian/Alaska Native, and'
Asian/Pacific Islander college sen-
iors and recent graduates to Wash-
ington, D.C., during which'time the
Scholars are placed in
Congressional offices in order to
learn first-hand how health policy is
developed and implemented.
Through the nine-week program
(May 23- July 28, 2006), Scholars
will learn about federal legislative
procedure and health policy issues,
while further developing their criti-
cal thinking and leadership skills.
In addition to gaining experience
in a Congressional office, Scholars
participate in seminars and site vis-
its to enhance their knowledge of
health care issues. Upon completion
of the session, Scholars write and
present a health policy research
memo.
The Kaiser Family Foundation
established the Scholars Program to
honor the,legacy of late U.S. Con-
gresswoman Barbara Jordan, who
was a Foundation Trustee, .a~g ad
expand the pool'of students of color
interested in the field of health pol-
icy.
Eligible candidates must be U.S.
citizens who will be seniors or
recent graduates of, an accredited
U.S. college or university in the fall
of 2006. Currently enrolled law,
medical, and graduate students are
not eligible to apply. Successful
applicants will show evidence of
academic achievement and will
demonstrate the following:
Be a member of a population that


is adversely affected by racial or
ethnic health disparities; and
Have experience working in or
with programs that address health
disparities (e.g. local health depart-
ments, community health centers,
inner city/ rural hospitals or organi-
zations that conduct research on or
develop policy related to health or
healthcare disparities) or have done
previous academic work (e.g. taken
courses, written papers or partici-
pate in research projects) related to
health disparities.

SELECTION
Candidates are selected based on
academic performance, demon-
strated leadership potential, and
interest in health policy. A distin-
guished National Advisory Commit-
tee guides the program's highly
competitive selection process and
strives to select a class of Scholars
who are academically, geographi-
cally, and culturally diverse.

COMPENSATION
Scholars receive approximately
$7,000 in support, which includes a
stipend, daily expense allowance.
a'ufare,'ard'lodtin~ig. Vhile in Wash-
ington,.-D.C., Scholars ,reside at
Howard University.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Application materials will be
accepted starting November 1,
2005. Please be advised that appli-
cations will be processed and
reviewed as they are received.
APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED AFTER JANUARY 9,
2006.
Application forms and additional


information about the Scholars Pro-
gram are available online
(http://wwwkff.org/about/jordan-
scholars.cfm). For further informa-
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Kassaye at (202) 238-2385 or
bjscholars@howard.edu.


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Historic Preservation
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will meet on
Monday, December 5,2005
at 5:15 p.m. in the
City Commission's
Chambers at City Hall.
The agenda includes the
following:
Appeal of the denial of a '
'4 sin peImit application at bi
108 North Adams Street
Please contact the Building and
Planning Department at (850) 627-
7681 ext. 226 with any questions or
comments.
If you have' a disability requiring
accommodations, please contact the
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days prior to the hearing. To access a
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During the past several weeks, the partners
have focused on getting millions of Floridi-
ans exposed to this vital service. To this end,
several public school superintendents have
joined with the industry and the PSC to
make sure that every child in Florida's pub-
lic, charter and developmental research
schools receives the brochure/application for
the programs.
"Great communication is paramount to
learning," said Jim Yancey, superintendent of
Marion County Public Schools. "Whatever
we can do to improve communication is a
great step, especially when it comes to our
students." Yancey, along with the superin-
tendents in every county of Florida, provided
a much-needed distribution system for the
Lifeline and Link-Up Programs at the onset
of the fall 2005 school term, when more than
41,000 program brochures/applications were
sent home in the backpacks of every child in
the county's public school system, from
kindergarten through the 12th grade.
Statewide, more than 2.6 million brochures
were disseminated.
Awareness of and enrollment in these pro-


grams Fre increasing with the criteria for
participation in the programs being expanded
through the NSL together with use of the
new uniform, simplified Lifeline form; as a
result, more qualified families will hear the
message about Lifeline and Link-Up, with
the eventual goal of significantly increasing
enrollment.
Consumers are automatically eligible for
the Lifeline/Link-Up programs if they cur-
rently participate in any one of the follow-
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Verizon territories, participation in the
National School Lunch "Free Lunch" pro-
gram also is a qualifier. In addition, con-
sumers whose household incomes are at or
below 135 percent of the poverty level may
be eligible to participate, based on income.
To obtain an application, contact your local
telephone company, or call the Office of the
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Confederate war veterans faced. !'
Sadly, Wragg's life was cut short
after he became a successful doctor
in Quincy, Florida. Cover-up and
intrigue by influential citizens pre-,
vented Wragg's wife from bringing
the murder to justice. A Confeder-
ate Chronicle offers an unprece-,
dented look at how the Civil War
affected the gentry class of the,
South. It gives readers a personal,
view into one man's struggle withI
the chaos of life during and after
the war, as well as into the struggles
of the general society.
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Pamela Chase Hain is an inde2
pendent scholar living on Sullivan's
Island, South Carolina. She previs!
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Gadsden County Times November 17, 2005 11


Ambulances pick up ER slack


Ambulances transport
200 plus patients since
hospital closed ER

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
Since the closing of Gadsden
Community Hospital, between 200
and 225 people have been trans-
ported by ambulance to either Talla-
hassee Memorial, Tallahassee
Regional or Jackson County in Mar-
ianna for medical attention.
Emergency Medical Services
director Brian Beasley said the prac-
tice may result in other problems,
both financial and logistical, if
things keep going the way they have
been for the past two weeks.
!1 "An average call takes from one
and a half hours to one and three
quarters of an hour to complete. I
ave units stationed in Chatta-
oochee, Havana, Quincy, and at the
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leviate the problem. The unit at the
hospital does not transport patients,"
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case someone drives up and need care.
Not only are the resources
stretched to the limit but so is man-
power. Beasley said he has to keep
employees on 24 hours, seven days
a week. "A lot of the patients we
were able to treat at Gadsden have
to be taken to Tallahassee now.
Those in the Chattahoochee area are
being taken to Jackson County," he
said. The average trip from Quincy
to one of Tallahassee's hospitals is
24 miles, from Chattahoochee the
trip is 47 miles.
There have been times, in the past
two weeks, that there has only been
one truck in the county. Added to
that, Beasley said, some residents
may become anxious because they
know the hospital is closed and are
calling the ambulance. "A lot of
them don't have transportation. So
once we get them to Tallahassee,
they, don't have a way home," he
said.
'Seriously ill patients, such as those
in cardiac arrest, have been taken by
helicopter to Tallahassee. "I don't
know how much it costs but it's a
lot." Beasley said.


Photo by Alice DuPont
Gadsden EMS Director Brian Beasley with one of four units used to
transport patients to area hospitals for emergency care. The closing of
Gadsden Community Hospital has forced the service to keep a unit at
the now closed emergency room entrance.


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making the runs to Tallahassee is
taking its toll. "There is wear and
tear on the vehicles. Last year this
time we were $15,000 over budget
because of the increase in fuel. I
don't know what it will be this
year," he said. Still, he is relieved
that no lives have been lost and no
lives have been threatened. Beasle\
knows, though, that the 30- to 45-'


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the critical difference.
Still, he and the others are com-
mitted to staying on the job and
doing the best they can for the citi-
zens. "My guys have been great.
They have worked for the citizens
and will continue to do so," Beasley
said.
"We need another ambulance. Get-
ting one or two on loan isn't the
problem, it's manpower. I have
already hired two EMS technicians
from the hospital's emergency
room," he said.
The hospital's emergency room
has .been a place that many people
have relied on for primary health
care. Last year, there were 13,640
emergency room visits or about 37
people going through the doors per
day. There were 341 acute-care
admissions and 179 less serious
inpatients More than 95 percent of
those admitted in 2004 depended on
Medicaid or Medicare, or had no
health care insurance, according to
statistics released by a regional
newspaper recently.
Beasley said the holidays are tra-
ditionally the EMS's and hospital's
busiest time of the year. Now, with
people having no options but to go
to Tallahassee the problem may
become more acute.
"We realize the' magnitude of the
situation and I assure you and the
people of this county that we're
doing ,vilr t ithip our po\\er;
nd seeking ;eryv legal remedy tol
get the hospital back open to ser\e'
our ciHizens," said Ed Dixon, Chair-
man of the Board of County Com-
missioner.


Septic tanks

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Farms of Quincy opposed the proj-
ect that she said would introduce
291 home into the area.
"Traffic will be up by 270 per-
cent," she said, adding that the roads
as currently designed would not
accommodate the traffic and car
crashes would increased.
She also reminded commissioners
that those homes would also have
septic tanks and that any leakage
could compromise the Quincy
Creek, where the drainage from the
area naturally flows.
"I implore you, it's way too much
at this point, to not go further and
put in 65 homes," she said.
One property owner, Fred Harris,
who said he is in the process of
building a home on his 300 acres
adjoining the Mortham/Shaw prop-
erty said he favors the proposal and
that he didn't think it was fair for
those who opposed the project
because of he septic tank issue to try
to keep others out..
"We've given a very comprehen-
sive plan to protect the wetlands and
deal with the sewage issue. This is a
project within two miles of the city
limits. We're not putting in some-
thing substandard. We've done
exactly what we've been asked. If
we can't build two miles out of the
city limits, then where? We're doing
nothing more than asking for what
these people already have," said
Alan Mortham, one of the property
owners in the project.
Commissioner Brenda Holt said
that while other developers have
septic tanks, it is difficlut for her to
continue approving the very thing
that's causing problems.
"Did you ever consider a package
plant?" asked Commisisoner Ster-
ling, Watson.
"Yes. The plant we priced for 290
units was $550,000 not including
lift station and pipes at $30 per
foot," Mortham said.
Watson told him that there has
been a shift in the thinking in Gads-
den County. "People think they're
going to come in here and get 400
plus septic tanks and that's just not'
going to happen.:; he saidib .br m ,'
Mote diseusi'on kled to'r ,hai could.
be coh'strued a.a cimpromnise k\hen
Watson suggested that the project
consist of lots that were no less than
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"Seems like you're creating a new
land use category that doesn't exist.
The comp plan says here will be no
high density septic tanks. We have a
bunch of half-acre subdivisions that
haven't come into play. I would sug-
gest that you stop fight now and
address infrastructure," said
Mariam Lashley.
"Our problem is that we don't
have a middle ground," said Com-
missioner Ed Dixon. The compro-
mise is that the property will be
transmitted to DCA as 160 lots
spread over 500 acres.
In other matters:
Commissioners approved a land
use amendment for Saranac Vine-
yards to include a 25-foot buffer.
"Our concern is the septic tanks. We
have a half dozen active springs
feeding a man-made lake and if the
lake's contaminated the wells will
be contaminated," said Roger Ash-
burn.
The developers proposed and the
board approved a three stage septic
system and shared wells for the 75
new lots.
Commissioners re-elected Ed
Dixon as board chairperson and
Brenda Holt as vice chairperson.


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billion a year in medical expenses,
lost productivity, property damages
and other related cost. Of that
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billion, which averages out to
about $9.01 for every resident in
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directly involved in the crashes.
Quincy traffic officer Robert Mix-
son said it like this: The cost of
unbuckled drivers goes far beyond
paying higher taxes and higher
health care and insurance costs.
People are dying unnecessarily and
families and friends are suffering
because their loved ones chose not
to use their safety belts.
"To be safe, everyone should have
a seat belt on," Mixson said.


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SPECIAL MEETING

The Board of Commissioners
of the Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Authority
will hold a Special Meeting,
December 2, 2005 in the
Cambridge Room, Ramada
Inn North, 2900 North
Monroe St., Tallahassee,
Florida. Meeting will begin at
1:00 P.M. E.S.T. the meeting
will be open to the public.
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Planning and Zoning
Meeting

Notice is hereby given to all
concerned that on
November 30,2005
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Hall, Midway, Florida 32343,
The Midway Planning and
Zoning Committee will meet and
hear the following application:

1. Askur Patel and Anuj Patel-
Voluntarily annexation.
2. Twuanna M. Monroe- Monroe
Estates annexation.

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the application at the Midway
City Hall or appear at the
meeting to become informed or
to be heard with the respect to
the proposed developments.
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East Gadsden lists honors students


Munroe Junior Beta officers elected
"Robert F. Munroe Day School's newly elected Junior Beta Club officers
took charge of the club's activities this past week. The president is Meg
Summerford, daughter of Carolyn and Dale Summerford of Quincy.
The president-elect is Spenser Morris, daughter of Susie and Kirby
Morris of Quincy. Allison Higdon serves as the secretary and is the
daughter of Lisa Hunt of.Tallahassee and Warren Higdon of Quincy.
The treasurer, Abby Lewis, is the daughter of Celeste and Mitch Lewis
of Quincy. The girls are planning fundraisers and other service ori-
ented projects to promote support of their community.


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Really digging' bugs
Jake Branson, a third grader at R.F.M. and the class's resident ento-
mologist, show "Miss" Debbie Maxwell and other 1st and 3rd graders,
how to use his bug vacuum to capture various types of bugs which will
be studied in the classroom.


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Alvin Bush, Dulce Calva, Patricia
Drayton, Dy'Tesha Francis, Saman-
tha Gennie, Jonathan Harris, Amber
Hill, Shaniqua Jackson, Brandon
Jones, Cortney Jones, Candace
Mason, Shantisse McGhee, Deantc
McMillian, Antwan Pennywell,
Lawrence Pillers, David Ramirez,
Nathalie Robinson, Gadi Rosales,
Amanda Salters, Chardenaye
Sanders, Brian Shumate, Renita
Thomas, Jesus Tobias, Eduardo Tor-
res, Brandon Walker, Linda Ward,
Jakari Wilcoxson, Ahndreka Willis,
Rontarius Wilson. llth Grade:
Kendra Anderson, Dominique
Bostic, Delance Burnside, Brittney
Burrell, Sequoyah Conner, Christina
Cummings, Eric Fryson, Ladeidra
Gordon, Ronald Gordon, Sha'Niece
Gordon, Wasem Halim, Brenton
Hardwick, Mercedes Hendley,
Keshandra Highman, Anthony Hill,
Anthony Hurchins, Eunika Jackson,
Yessenia Jimenez-Brito, Nashika
Jones, Deandrea Joseph, Brittany
Miller, Iashca McDavid. Jasmine
McNealy, Sherita Mitchell, Cierra
Moore, Brittany Pennick, Jasmine
Proctor, Jessica Richardson, Kargrc-_
cia Robinson. Deon Sanders,


George Scott, I'Ssha Scott,
Demetrius Stokes, Arsenio Taylor,
Brian Turnquest, Deondra Watson,
Ericka Whitaker, Jalessa Williams,
Vicki Williams, Monica Winbush.
12 grade: Lillian Banks, Kenneth
Bouie, Tomeka Burns, Darius
Campbell, Eric Casas, Breshaun
Chambers, Coty Chambliss, Brit-
tany Charleston, Ronterris Chavers,
Kenchard Daniels, Aviance
Dawkins, Andrea Forehand,
Demario Gaines, Ricky Gennie,
Ashley Green, Destiny Green,
Natasha Hendley, Takayla Hinson,
Dedra Hobley, Candace Holt, Court-
ney Shaw, Lakacha Shaw, Earl-
metris Smart, Marcus Nelson,
Danielle Jackson, Quantavious
Jackson, Armisha Jenkins, Ron-
drekia Johnson, Lydricka Jones,
Marcus Lawrence, Candace
Maxwell, Frederiak McGhee,
Amanda Mincy, Kimberly Nelson,
Kimberly Moye, Monterious Neal,
Candace Phillips, Teecara Richard-
son, Lashonta Smith, Shauntae
Smith, Kennard Squire, Reshemah
Sweet, Devajerri Travis, Alexis
White, Alondrea Williams.


East Gadsden High's honors list for Booler, Kendrick Brown, Phelisha
first nine weeks Collier, Marquel Colston, Jasmine
Cox, Telicia Davis, Lori Garcia,
Principal's list: Ruby Garcia; Anthony Hubert, Ber-
9th grade: Andre Dixon, Ahsia Gray, nice Johnson, Arianna Knox, Larry
Jasmine Grice, Abria Harris, Reed, Emanuel Roinson, Briana
Sheniqka Miller, Carrie Ptachick. Rollison, Marterricus Thomas, Ser-
10th grade: Rondereus Blair, gio Walker, Jessica Williams, Mia
Lashondra Chandler, Shaquille Gra- Woodard, Dominique Wynn,
ham, Vincent Grice, Alejandra Hur- Clarissa York. 10 grade: Erica
tado, Tonica McDonald, Matherlyn Alexander, Keyshanda Bean, Cas-
Norwood, Delvin Price, Niara Ran- sandra Bowden, Jessica Brooker,
dolph, Sarah Smith. llth grade: Chekeria Brooks, Sara Brown, Tim
Travis Akins, Broderick Carter, Jes- Bryant, Kimberly Butler, Christiane
sica Chambers, Kaysha Clems, Caldwell, Alexia Charlton, Tracey
Tamekia Cummings, Alexis Davis, Crews, Jamel David, Brittney
Gary Russ, Evon Sanders, Vontago Dixon, Ashley Glover, Jacquelin
Smith, Tabatha Washington. 12 Grant, Tiffany Griffin, Donavan
grade: Don Brown, Porsha Green, Hayes, Kenyatta Hinson, Jasmyne
Trevor Gunn, Norman Harris, Holmes, Keisenda Jones, Jose Man-
Fredrika Hobbs, Shyrelle Home, zano, Andrew Poole, Andrew
Marymaxine Huber, Todd Kirkland, Roberts, Jasmine Robinson, Gabriel
Miranda Lewis, Treece Lewis,: Saenz, Gregory Sanez, Sharda
Clarence Lightfoot, Gabriel Mack, Scott, Mildred Sheffield, Kiyuana
Amber Mann, Jaquandra McNealy, Strong, Kiara Williams, April
Tellas Salter, Kenneth Thomas, Williamson, Jelani York, Samuel
DontaUius Tribue. McLaurin, Kierra Milton. llth
Jaguars'list: grade: Jennifer Alvarez, Curtis
9th grade: .ljarrod Baker, Jermaine Bridges, Ebony Burk, Raquel
Gadsden Cooper, Krystal Davis, Kendreka
'Dixon, Jasper Emanuel, Porshia
County school Flowers, Gloria Johnson, Reginald
McClendon, Julius McGlockton,
lunch menus Adontay McLaurin, Alicia Oliver,
Shidanaka Smith, Carnail Spencer,
Milton: Thomas, Jakari Turner, Rio
Friday, Nov. 18 Weaver, Prendince Williams. 12th
Breakfast-cheese grits grade: Ronterrius Bowen, Brian
w/biscuit & ham, variety of Britt, Deonte Brown, Elliott Cun-
mixed fruit. ningham, Brandon Dixon, Antoine
Favors', Lydia Gennie, Brittany
Lunch-corn dogs w/mus- Green, Dedrick Hall, Maria Hur-
tard, baked beans, cole tado, Demetris Isaac, Darius Jessie,
slaw, fruited Jell-O, peanut Shawandra Johnson, Sintilla Jordan,
butter cookie. Lakendria Kenon, Larry Kirkland,
Makenzie Lamb, Joy Mathis,
on y, N 2 Richr McNlGriff, Thomas McLen-
-Monday, Nov. 21 doriD'hn.th Mobley, Radaisha Nel-
Breakfast-assorted cereal son, Ke'Londra Ramey, Robert
w/toast, variety of 100% Russ, Taleia Spence, Sheryl Walters.
fruit juice. i Commended list:
Lunch-fried fajita strips 8th grade: James Davis; 9th grade;
Alte' Ondre Baker, Ka'Shandra
w/rolls, butter corn, cinna- Baker, Deveshia Blakely, Bennie
mon apple sauce, potato Brown, Arlicia Butler, Kimberly
wedge, peanut butter Cromartie, Camelia Gainer, Andrea
cookie. Green, Carlita Harrison, Mildreka
Hobley, Fantasha Jackson, Jalisa
T d. 22 Jackson, Cynthia James, Marvin
Tuesday, Nov. 22 Johnson, Jasmine Lee, Felicia Long,
Breakfast-assorted cereal Tiffanie Mansfield, Carlos Beltran,
w/toast, variety of mixed Denise McGriff, Tarikka McLeroy,
fruit. Courtney Mitchell, Amaris Mock,
Lunch-turkey & dressing, Nii'Aurdre Murray, Ana Karina
,Parra, Tommy Pcasc, Monique Red-
green beans, candid ding, Aoya Robinson, Lamonica
yams, chilled pineapple Smith, Emanuel Tennyson, Luis
tidbits, sugar cookie Trejo, Anigelica Tribue, Siedah
Vickers, Jerald Williams, Breanna
Wednesday Nov. 23- Shy.
Fra Nv. 25 10th grade: Terrill Admas, Naomi
Friday, Nov. 25 Allen, Altrimese Bell, Erica Bell,
Thanksgiving Holidays Qiishaundra Bouie, Jessica Bryant,


Preventing
injuries
Yhe Tallahassee Memorial
-leallhcare Neuroscience Center
was at Gadsden Elementary Mag-
ret School on November 15 16 to
peak with students about pre-
renting head and spinal cord
injuries. Pictured above is Ms.
Sue Pugh, trainer from TMHNC
demonstrating to kindergartners
low the backbone protects the
;pinal cord.

HOSTS open house
On Tuesday, October 25, at
lavana Accelerated Elementary
school, Mrs. Vira Wynn, Ameri-
Corps Site Coordinator/HOSTS
-acilitator and the AmneriCorps
members, Erica Johnson, Omega
peoples Shawnicka Singfield and
lafael'.York entertained a HOSTS
)pen house for 2nd through 5th
;rade HOSTS teachers.
Teachers were invited during their
planning period to view the lab, lab
materials, student's folder and
-OSTS information on the com-
>uter. It was an honor to have them
observee a session, meet their stu-
lents' AmeriCorps mentor, the.
kmeriCorps Director, Ms. Bea
-Iopkins and the District HOSTS
;acilitator, Mrs. Denise Hannah.


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Art in Gadsden exhibition opens


Friday with reception, awards


Photo by Byron Spires
Home heads to Rice
Shyrelle Home, center, is shown with her parents, Darrell and Alice Horne as she signs a grant-in-aid ath-
letic scholarship to play basketball next year with Rice University in Houston, Texas. Home, a 5' 10" guard
at East Gadsden High School, has started three years and has been named twice to the all-county girls bas-
ketball team.

Gretna adopts 'Click It or Ticket'


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. Gretna 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. 30 to
iIclude the busy Thanksgiving holiday travel period.
STraditionally the Thanksgiving holiday period is one
of the heaviest traveled times across the U.S. The result
i!a signficant increase in traffic crashes.. Last year in
Florida alone, during the same time period as this ear's
ciimpaign. 77 people died in motor vehicle related
crashes and over half of those fatalities were not using.
their safety belts.
whilee %e are giving thanks for the man\ blessing
recei ed. % \\ ill also coordinate our efforts to preserve
life and property It is the desire of the Grema Police
Department to have no traffic fatalities o\er the effected
dates. This holiday season does not ha\e to be a deal\
one". said Chief Ferman Richardson "*Too man\ peo-
ple are being killed in traffic crashes because they just
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didn't take a few seconds to put on their safety belt.
Children and young adults learnbest by example, and
.we all need to make sure they see the right example;"'
.. 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 issued almost 37,000 safety belt citations.
Although law enforcement agencies across the state par-
ticipate in the Click It or Ticket Florida mobilizations
because the initiative heightens safety belt use aware-
ness surrounding times of the year with high traffic.
related death rates, these agencies enforce the safety belt
la\\ ee ery da\ because they know it is'a matter of life or:
death.
"The Click It or Ticket Florida enforcement and edu-
cation campaign sends a clear message that safety\ bells
and child safelt seats \%hen used properly\ sa\e liess"
said Richardson said. "'We kno\\ this is true because
unfortunately. \\e must respond to fatal crashes. This is
why \e enforce the la\w and issue citations to unbuck-
led motorists.


The 17th Gadsden Arts Center's
Art in Gadsden juried exhibition
opens Friday and everyone is invited
to the Awards Ceremony and Open-
ing Reception beginning at 6:15pm
Art in Gadsden, the landmark exhi-
bition that first brought fine art to
school children and families in the
region in 1989, enters its 17th year
with the broadest selection of qual-
ity 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.
The opening reception will feature
exhibition founder and, accom-
plished collage artist Beth Appleton,
exhibition juror Jennifer A. Bailey,
and mary 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 collectible poster for
this year's Art in Gadsden.
(continued on page 2...)
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
enabled the Gadsden Arts Center to
continue to offer this educational
extent that is a fantastic venue for
artists. art enthusiasts and collectors
alike. This \ear. \\e again thank our
generous exhibition patrons and our
business sponsors: Gadsden County
Times (Best of Sho\w Awardi.


Thomas Motor Cars (First Place
Award), Pat Thomas and Associates
(Second Place Award), Cross Chiro-
practic 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 historic
courthouse square, is just 25 miles
from the Capital in Tallahassee. Join


us for the 17th Annual Art in Gads-
den Opening on Friday, November
18, or drop in to see the show during
regular gallery hours through
December 31. Regular gallery hours
are Tuesday through Saturday 10
am-5 pm and Sunday 1-5 pm. Pub-
lic admission $1; members and chil-
dren admission is free. For more
information, call (850) 875-4866 or
check the web at www.gads-
denarts.com.


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program available to farmers


The Environmental Quality Incen-
tive Program (EQIP) is a voluntary
program developed to provide
incentives for farmers to address
natural resource concerns on pri-
vately owned agricultural lands.
EQIP provides technical and finan-
cial (cost-share) assistance.
The EQIP program is available to
farmers actively engaged in live-
stock or agricultural production.
Agricultural producer and land eli-
gibility criteria must be met to par-
ticipate in this program.
This popular program has been
used by local farmers to control ero-
sion, to enhance irrigation system
efficiency, -to improve livestock
grazing management, and to control
exotic weeds.
This competitive program offers
contracts to the highest ranking


applications until available funds
run out. Cost-share payments to
install eligible practices are 50 per-
cent of actual cost not to exceed a
specified maximum. Participants
are reimbursed after practice instal-
lation. All practices must be
installed and maintained according
to USDA specifications. Practices
installed prior to approval are not
eligible for cost-share.,
To participate in this program, you
must apply at the local Natural
Resources Conservation Service
(NRCS) office. The Gadsden
County office is at 2140 West Jeffer-
son Street; Quincy. Only those
applications received by Dec. 15
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County S orts News

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I pretty well
hird messed things up in
& this colunm last
Seek but the out-
Lon come was all right.
Miss Anna
SJ o McGriff, was my
opponent, but
through out the col-
umn I called her
Miss Annie.
I really have to be forgiven for that though. You see I've
known Miss Anna for quite a while and I've always called her
Miss Annie.
She also informed me that she graduated from Hatana
Northside in 1976 not 1970 as was in my column.
My apologies to her for those mistakes, but I can't take
back the outcome of our predictions.
You see. I finally got my head above water by out doing
Miss Anna as I hit 6 of 9 picks compared to 3 of 9 for her.
Thus I head into the week before my rivalry week with a
6-5 season mark.
My annual rival, son Joey looms next week. I can't really
look ahead to that too much though, as I have a tough oppo-
nent facing me this week.
There's plenty of excitement abounding in the Home fam-
ily as daughter Shyrelle gets ready for her senior basketball
season at East Gadsden.
Shvrelle has been a three-year starter for the Lady Jaguars
and a two time All-County pick.
She recently signed a basketball scholarship with Rice


University in Houston.. If you aren't familiar with Rice then
let me tell you something. They don't sign anyone unless
they are also quite a scholar. So this young lady not only has
athletic ability she also has plenty of smarts.
Shyrelle's mom and dad, Darrell and Alice, are expectably
proud of their daughter and they're also proud of their other
daughter Chelsa who is a third grader at Gadsden Magnet
School and another up and coming athlete.
Darrell was quite an athlete himself, starring in basketball
and baseball, before graduating Shanks in '73. He also stood
out in softball playing for the Vampires for a number of years
and was an outstanding baseball player for Post 84 and the
Quincy Dodger's.
Gretna born and raised, Darrell, drove a truck for Super-
Value for a long time before going to work at the Florida State
Hospital last year.
Darrell and Alice thank everyone for their support of
Shyrelle and they appreciate the well wishes they have
received.
I hope he doesn't receive another item of good news with
him taking on me this week with these picks.....
FAMU over BETHUNE-COOKMvAN.....l've always been a
Rattler fan.
MARYLAND over BOSTON COLLEGE.....Terps are at
home.
MICHIGAN over OHIO STATE.....Another home team win in
this rivalry.
UCF over Rice.....'In spite of my daughter signing there.
KANSAS STATE over MISSOURI.....K-State at home and
needing a win.
OKLAHOMA over TEXAS TECH.....I always liked the way
the Sooners played.



Lady Jags blast


Cottondale;


RFM loses by 4


AUBURN over ALABAMA.....Was a big Bo Jackson fan.
VIRGINIA TECH over VIRGINIA.....Hokies are the better
team in this rivalry game.
CLEMSON over SOUTH CAROLINA.....I'll take the Tigers
in this rivalry.
MEMPHIS over SOUTHERN MISS.....Memphis gave Ten-
nessee a scare last week.

And Darrell you're scaring me this week, but it will be.....
BETHUNE-COOKMAN over FAMU..... Wildcats are the bet.
ter team this time around.
MARYLAND over BOSTON COLLEGE.....Terps need this
one to be bowl eligible.
OHIO STATE over MICHIGAN......Buckeyes still looking for
BCS berth.
UCF over RICE.....A win puts Knights in the Conference
USA championship game. and sends them to a nice bowl.
KANSAS STATE over MISSOURI.....K State finishes their
year with a win. -
TEXAS TECH over OKLAHOMA......Tech offense wins this -
one.
AUBURN over ALABAMA.....War Eagles come in hih,.
Bama low this week.
VIRGINIL TECH over VIRGINIA.....Hokies can't wait to g
back on the field after Miami loss and a week off.
SOUTH CAROLINA over CLEMSON.....What a year it's
been for the 'ole ball coach' !
SOUTHERN MISS over MEMPHIS.....Eagles return home
after two road games in six days,
Darrell, congratulations to Shyrelle. we all wish her much
success. As for you I hope you're not successful in your piclj,
this week as we differ FIVE times.


Photo by Byron Spires.
EGHS Jaguar Shyrelle Horne pushes one over a North Florida Christ-
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EGHS beats
--WGHS in Tip-Off
Classic opener
By SUSIE MORRIS
Sports Writer
Girls basketball opened this week
with mo county teams taking
adi antage of the first possible date
to plain a regular season contest.
At the Jaguar gym, East Gadsden
blasted Cotiondale 70-41 behind the
scoring of Shyrelle Horne and Traci
Lew is.
Home finished with a quadruple
double finishing with 22 points, 15
assists; and 10 steals. Lewis 17 and
pulled down 14 rebounds. Sharonda
Elias ~ as also big on the boards
with 12 rebounds.
Munroe lost both the lead and
close game to Maclay on Monday
night at the Munroe gym. Maclay
won 41-37 despite Kyndall
McPhaul's 13 point performance.


Player of the Week
West Gadsden High School


Chelsa McMillan
Chelsa scored 40 points in two Tip-Off
Classic games last week at East
Gadsden.


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Munroe also got eight points from
Crystal Wade.
Munroe led 2(0-15 at the half arid
the score was knotted at 27 all at the
end of the third quarter. New
coach, Kenya Grisset, cited her
team's poor passing and offensive
execution as they main reason for
the loss.
"We had the game won if we just
make good passes and good deci-
sions. Turnovers at really bad times
hurt us the worst," said Grissett.
Also last week in the East Gads-
den Tip-Off Classic the host Lady
Jaguars defeated West Gadsden on
Friday night as Jasmine Grice and
Shyrelle Home scored 15 points
each. Chelsea McMillan hit 15 for
West Gasdsen.
Thursday night East Gadsden lost
to North Florida 69-59 with Grice
hitting 18 and Home scoring 16.
Also on Thursday FAMU defeated
West Gadsden 51-38 despite 25
points by McMillan.


Player of the Week
Robert F. Munroe















Kyndall McPhaul
Kyndall's 13-point effort kept
Munroe in their game with
Maclay Monday night.

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RFM Bobcat Crystal Wade, goes for a lay-up against a Maclay played
Monday night.


Player of the Week
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Shyrelle Home
Shyrelle signed a basketball schol-
arship to Rice, and then had a 22-
point, 15-assist, 10-steal game in
the Lady Jaguars win over
Cottondale Monday.



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"PRD cheerleaders,

majorettes, families

collect food for elderly
With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, the Quincy
J?~irks & Recreation Department's Cheerleaders and
Mlajorettes spent their Saturday morning making decora-
tions for Thanksgiving bags they will be distributing to the
elderly residents of the River Chase Care Center.
.1iWith such a worthwhile opportunity, some siblings even
41pcided to help with the project. Coaches, with the help of
some of participants, will be distributing the Thanksgiving
.~gs on Tuesday, Nov. 22 to the 120 residents of River
jhase.
The group is asking all participants to donate items from
the following list for the bags and members of this com-
munity are welcome to participate in donations as well. All
donations should be delivered to the Ferolito Recreation
Center by Monday, Nov. 21, or call 875-2255 for more
information.
6JWelcomed items in small individual packages are cook-
i0s, crackers, chips, nuts, candy, fresh and canned fruit.


Tournament cheers
The Quincy Parks & Recreation Department's All-Star Midget Cheerleading Squad traveled t o Lake City
Saturday to cheer on the QPRD Midget Superbowl Champions the Eagles (Coach Chris Holt) in their 54 0
victory over the Lake City Wolves. The cheer coaches are LaTonya Rollinson and Evelyn McMillon. Pic-
Stured on the top row left to right are Shakaria Foster, Cristina Roman, Jasmine Barnes and Kymere Thomp-
:.on. Bottom row left to right are LaSon) lia Singleton. Silvia Roman, KeAmber Paul & Ednia McCall. Other
.All-Stars not pictured are DeShayla Graham and Aali.ah Murray. The cheerleaders will be at the Mack
,Lee Hill Bowl Game on Dec. 3 and the Pee-Wee All-Stars w ill be traveling to Lake City this Saturday to cheer
-on our Pee-Wee Superbo'wl Champions the Lions (Coach Otis Perkinsi.


Parks &
Recreation
Department
cheerleaders,
. majorettes
and their
siblings dec-
orate the
bags they
will use to
S deliver
Sm donated food
to residents
''I of River
S i W Chase Care
Center on
Thanksgiv-
ing.


Quincy teams advance in

Lake City Memorial Bowl
Both Quincy teams advanced to the semi-final round in games held Sat-
urday in Lake City Memorial Bowl 2005.
In the PeeWee division, the Quincy Lions defeated Williston 13-0. JaJaun
Perkins rush for two touchdown. In the Midget division the Quincy Eagles
blew away the Lake City Wolves 54-0.
The game was dominated by the offensive power of Brain Johnson, Jamal
Williams and Terrill Dantley. Defensively, Lake City Wolves failed to reach
the Eagles 40 yard line.
This Saturday, November 19 the PeeWee Quincy Lions will meet Madi-
son at 10 a.m. The Midget Quincy Eagles will play Williston at 2:30 p.m.
The championship game will be played next Wednesday, Nov. 23 with the
Pee Wee game at 12:30 p.m. and the Midget game at 11 a.m.


Player
Harry Thomas
Jamal Williams.
Darius Johnson
Brian Johnson
Michael Gibson
Jaron Reynolds

Mario Gardner'
Jarrell Reynolds
JaQuan Perkins
Landus Anderson
Paride Delevon
Devon Singleton


Midgets Individual Stats
team Total Yards
(Colts) 96
(Eagles) 465
(Cheetahs) 418
(Eagles) 418
(Packers) 334
(Colts) 281
PeeWee Individual Stats
(Lions) 613
(Bulldogs) 583
(Lions) 295
(Miners) 270
(Wildcats) 262
(Seminoles). 217


Total Points
54
42
40
30
32
24


SCOREBOARD
College
Clemson 35 FSU 14
South Carolina 30 Florida 22
Hampton 34 FAMU 14
This week
FAMU-Bethune(Orlando)
FSU(open)
Florida(open)


Project

Graduation

meeting
The next meeting for Project
Graduation will be at 6:30 p.m.
December 5 at East Gadsden High
School. For information, please
contact Veronica Reed at (850) 627-
1790 or vreed35@hotmail.com, or
Tonya Harris at (850) 539-8155.




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Ibrielle Shaw, with a little'help from her dad, caught this 13 1/2
bund catfish last week while fishing in Lake Talquin.


Seminole

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The
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Bass W"
Club% ..
annual
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Senunole
is over
and here
is the
facks.
Steve
Patton on
o\eralI with 18.79, Bob MacLowan
won 2nd place with 17.54. Steve
Patton had Big Fish with 6.71 lbs.
Bob NlacLowan happens to be a
t\\ o-time Purple Heart winner in
Vietnam, bullets in both hips, 2 dif-
ferent inmes. He sets a while,
stands a while and can't take the
cold anymore. Bob lives in
Dunellen, FL to stay warm. Hats
off Bob.
FndaN before the tournament
began a 13 pounder was taken, also
a 10 pounder was taken both
released alive.
During the whole week the club
was here, they reported good
ketches of small fish with a few 5
and 6 pounders each day. Thurs-
day was very 'slow and a frost hit
us Friday morning. Sense then it
has been mild and very good
weather. One of the fishermen
tore up 2 nets on his stay here.
One sed he only burnt 15 gallons
of ga- the whole week.
The US Coast Guard has been on
the lake this past week. 8 or 9
men in 2 boats searching for loose
boys. They will be back in a
month with the big boat to reset the


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bouys, sorta like the Mississippi
River cans that most folks won't
mistake for a stump.
The pole fishing has been slow
l thenstepartfirom.what.we.: .....
Shave sec'~ri -A few breani 'hii and *' -a"
:there, a few perch on nunnows and
Jigs, no big catches any where at
all. But that can change for the
better. We hope so.
I wish Corene Scott of Leesburg
would get better and cook me a
coconut cake.

Wingate's Fishing Report
November 13, 2005

Lake Surface Temp: 760
Lake Level: 6 inches down
Chattahoochee: Clear
Flint: Green Clear Pre
Spring Creek: Clear A Ic
Fish Pond Drain: Clear 850
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"Made to Order" bake sale

The West Gadsden Historical Society is
having a bake sale to raise money for the
renovation of the Dezell house, in Greens-
boro, as a museum. To place your order,
please call (850)442-4041 by November 14.
Prices vary. Your order may be picked up at
the Dezell house located at 328 E. Eighth
St., Greensboro on Saturday, Nov. 19 be-
tween 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
There will be another bake sale for this
cause in Havana on Dec. 10. The baked
goods for this sale may be picked up at 203
E. 6th Ave., Havana.

Center needs help keeping
seniors warm
Now that winter is here so many of our


seniors need blankets, electric heaters or fire
wood. Please donate blankets or heaters that
are not being used. We can use your extra
fire wood if it is ready to go into a fire place
or wood burning stove. We also need En-
sure, bed pads and Depends. Only with your
help can we make a difference. Please drop
all donations off at the Senior Center on
LaSalle Leffall Dr.

Society of Arts and Crafts
presents Annual Christmas
show and sale
The Society of Arts and Crafts will have its
38th annual Christmas show and sale Dec.
10 from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. at Dorothy Oven
Park, 3205 Thomasville Rd. Door prizes
will be drawn. Staple and canned foods will
be collected at the show for charity.

Carter-Parramore class of '67
The 1967 graduating class of Carter-Par-
ramore High School will hold its monthly
meeting Sunday, Nov. 20 at the home of
Willie Earl Banks. All classmates are cor-
dially invited.


West Gadsden Historical
Society to meet Nov. 20
The monthly meeting of the West Gadsden
Historical Society will be held Sunday after-
noon, Nov. 20, at 3:00 p.m. in the Town
Hall, Greensboro.
This location is directly across the street
from the city water tank and the First Baptist
Church. Local historian and genealogist
Willard Rudd will give a brief discussion of
basic genealogy.
There will also be discussion about the
possible relocation of the historic
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Depot
which presently sits in the right-of-way of
the proposed Progress Energy powerline
through downtown Greensboro. This is the
only A&N RR depot remaining along the
approximate 100 miles of track from River
Junction to Apalachicola and Port St. Joe.
The West Gadsden Historical Society
would like to thank everyone who has con-
tributed to the Society through its recent
capital campaign. This money will be used
in the restoration of the Dezell House as a
local area historical museum.
Everyone who is interested in the history
of western Gadsden County as well as those


interested in learning the basics of research-
ing your family roots is cordially invited to
attend this meeting.

St. Stephens' Thanksgiving
dinner is Nov. 24
The St. Stephens' Mission Board will
serve Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless,
sick and shut-in on Nov. 24, Thanksgiving
Day between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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
delivery for the sick and shut-in.

Shanks Class of '82 food drive
The Shanks Class of 1982 is in the
process of collecting food for their annual
food drive. Donations are desperately
needed as we try to assist several Gadsden
County families for Thanksgiving and
Christmas.
Anyone interested in making a food do-
nation to the Class of 1982 should contact
Cynthia Henry at 627-3966 for more infor-


mation about dropping off items or to make
arrangements for pickup.

New Chapter of The Red Ha.
Society forming in Quincy
Divas of Distinction, a new chapter of Ttie
Red Hat Society, is seeking members. If ybo
are interested, please call Pat Baker at 62-7
2584 or 627-4705. Currently we have 12 aE.
plicants, and will cap off at 50 members.
There is a application fee that will be sent46
chapter headquarters c
The first meeting will be Dec. 4 at 5 pid.
Our first function will be The Divine LiU
Banquet on Dec. 10 at Amett Chapel.
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CASE NO. 05-1113-CA B

21ST MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JAMES KEVER, et ux., et
al.,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
JAMES KEVER and CAR-
MEN KEVER if alive, and/or
dead his (their) unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees or
grantees and all persons or
parties claiming by, through,
- under or against him (them).
Addressess unknown.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an Action for foreclosure of
a mortgage on the following
property in GADSDEN
County, Florida:


Exhibit A
Commence -at a concrete
ah ke monument'-rmiarking'' the
hairlike Noithi esl corner ol Secticoh
charger 13, Township 2 North,
isk for Range 2 West, and run
thence North 89 degrees 59
'10&17f minutes East 793.0 feet
along the North boundary of
said Section 13 to a con-
iattress create monument; thence
used, in South 581.35 feet to a con-
.Must create monument, thence
12. South 2-1 degrees 22 min-
06/02ff utes East 676.90 feet to a
point of curvature of a curve
concave to the Easterly
ROOM having a radius of 333.49'
ry table feet and a central angle of
ligh 24 degrees 21 minutes,
lighted thence run Southerly along
K retail, said curve 141.73 feet to the
8374. end of curve, thence South
06/02tf 00 degrees 01 minutes East
192.88 feet to a point which
is the POINT OF BEGIN-,
New NING. From said POINT OF
ry war- BEGINNING run thence
2-7783. South 89 degrees 59 min-
06/02tf utes West. 218.0 feet,
thence Soutn 00 degrees 01
minutes East 100.0 feet,
Sthence North 89 degrees 59
minutes East 218.0 feet and
thence run North 00
degrees 01 minute 00 sec-
ends West 100.0 feet to the
I Sale: POINT OF BEGINNING.
225 Old Being Lot No. 65, of an
4225 or unrecorded plat of
er infor- Ochlockoneee Estates,
Gadsden County, Florida;
11/17p.
Parcel Identification
Number: 3-13-2N-2W-0570-
turday, 00000-0650
h Chalk
clothes has been filed against you
radios, and you are required to
o. serve a copy of your written
11/17p, defenses, if any, to it on
SPEAR AND HOFFMAN,
P.A., Attorneys, whose
address is 708 South Dixie
Highway,;: Coral Gaoles,
Florida 33146, (305)666-
2299, within. 30 days after
the first publication of the
CENSE notice, aid to tile the orig
ED TO nal with the Clerk of this
paying Court either before service
h for, on SPEAR AND
en Co, HOFFMAN, P.A., attomeys
911-17,- or immediatelyy thereafter;
or nice otherwise a default will be
n tags entered against you for Ihe
from relief demanded in the
cis 727 Complaint or Petition.
O Box
urg. FL WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court on this 26-
7-12/8p day of October, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas .
As Clerk of the Court

SEAL)

py Nov. ByTayaTumer
rWinn- As Deputy Clerk :
to iden- 11/10&1 7,05c

/17,24f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE SECOND JUDI-


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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 oeen filed against you
and others, and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, to it on MARY W.
COLON, 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
noiice of action, and file the
original wih 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' r petition.

.DATED this 7th day
September, 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuif Court

(SEAL)

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


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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
apy, 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
19 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.

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(You may file Notice of
'Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on .record at the clerk's
office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dism-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.

Dated: October 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
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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;

BEGIN 5 CHS. E OF SW
CORNER OF SE1/4 OF
SW1/4, RUN E 315 FT. N
420 FT. W 315 FT. S 420


FT. TO THE P.O.B. IN SEC-
TION 21-3N-3W.

Within 30 days of the date
of first publication of this
notice, you are required to
file an original response to
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
mail a copy of your
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
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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

Contd on pg 19










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FROM pg 18

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 maybe
entered against you and
you will receive no further
notice of the proceeding in
this case, and the Court
may eriter'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/MARVAA. DAVIS, P.A.
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


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

CASE NO. 05-910-CA B


THE CIT GROUP
SUMMERR FINANCE,
Plaintiff,

v.

JAMES TURNED
JAMES M.. T
UN
SPOUSE OF,
TURNER a/k/a JA
TURNER; and all
parties claiming by,
under or against th
named Defendan
are not known to be
alive, whether
unknown parties (
heirs, devisees, g
assignees, lienors
tors, trustees, spo
other claimants;
#1 and/or TENANT


11/17c
North
7 yr old
large


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
Juagmeni of Foreclosure
dated October 31, 2005 in
this cause, I will sell the
property situated in
Gadsden County, Florida
described as:


Double COMMENCE AT AN IRON
c open- PIPE MARKING THE
pleasant NORTHEAST CORNER OF
Almost THE SOUTHEAST QUAR-
iances. TER OF THE NORTHEAST
e QUARTER OF SECTION 2,
S0-67- TOWNSHIP '2 NORTH,
RANGE 3 WEST, GADS-
S11 DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA;
11/17p THENCE RUN NORTH
89929'51" WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 857.14 FEET
TY: 10, TO AN IRON PIPE MARK-
Id. 159 ,ING THE -NORTHEAST
.Road; CORNER OF A 10 ACRE
Acres. PARCEL OF LAND
septic RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK
n prop- 308 AT PAGE 616 OF THE
wide PUBLIC RECORDS OF'
Horses GADSDEN COUNTY,
uzanne FLORIDA; THENCE RUN
]amelot SOUTH 90900'00" WEST
ALONG THE NORTHERLY
SLC LINE OF THE AFORESAID
L 10 ACRE PARCEL A DIS-
TANCE OF 359.52 FEET
10/13tf TO AN IRON PIPE MARK-
ING THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE'AFORE-
- SAID 10 ACRE PARCEL;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
00953'49" WEST ALONG
THE WESTERLY LINE OF
JP/CON- THE AFORESAID 10 ACRE
INC. PARCEL A DISTANCE OF
1005.76 FEET TO THE
POINT OF 'BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN SOUTH
8906'11" EAST A DIS-
R a/k/a TANCE OF 170.50 FEET;
URNER; THENCE RUN SOUTH
KNOWN 00953'49" WEST A DIS-
JAMES TANCE OF 194.20 FEET
MES M. TO THE NORTHERLY
unknown MAINTAINED RIGHT OF
through, WAY OF FRIDAY ROAD;
e herein THENCE RUN SOUTH
ts, who 55-10'39" WEST ALONG
dead or THE AFORESAID
said NORTHERLY MAINTAINED
claim as RIGHT OF WAY LINE A
Irantees, DISTANCE OF 210.00
, credi- FEET TO THE AFORESAID
uses, or WESTERLY LINE OF THE
TENANT 10 ACRE PARCEL;
#2, the THENCE RUN NORTH


00253'49" EAST ALONG
THE AFORESAID WEST-
ERLY LINE OF THE 10
ACRE PARCEL A DIS-
TANCE OF 316.80 FEET
TO THE POI IT OF BEGIN-
NING.

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


a/k/a 735
Quincy, FL 32

at public sale,
and best biddi
the courthouse
the South sic
HWY 90, at
County Courtl
at 10 East Jet
Quincy, Flori
o'clock a.m.,
1; 2005.

Dated at Q
this 1st day
2005.

Nicholas Thor
Clerk of the C

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue
Deputy Clerk
If you are a I
disability whi
accommodate
participate in
ing, you are
cost to you, to
of. certain
Please cont;
Thomas, Quir
Gadsden C
house, 850-87
in 2 working
receipt of this
are hearing
impaired, ca
8771.



IN THE CIR(
OF THE SE
CIAL CIRCUS
STATE OF I
AND FOR
COUNTY

CIVIL DIVISIC
CASE NO. 05

CITIFINANCI
GAGE COM
F/K/A FORD
FINANCE CO
Plaintiff,


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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 DEFENDANT(S);-.
'UNKNOWN TENANT, #l;'
'UUrIKNOWIj.TErAlit'#', Delendarnis,. '

NOTICE OF SALE

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
Friday Road, AXLE SAID TO BE MARK-
352 ING THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THAT PAR-
to the highest CEL OF LAND
er, for cash, in DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
se square, on RECORDS BOOK 404 AT
de, facing US PAGE 1424 OF THE 'PUB-
the Gadsden LIC RECORDS OF GADS-
house located DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
fferson Street, AND RUN EAST 163.27
da, at 11:00 FEET TO AN IRON BAR
on December NO. 2981 AT THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, FROM
POINT OF BEGINNING
)uincy, Florida CONTINUE EAST 255.00
of November FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
02 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
nas 15 SECONDS EAST 178.14
ircuit Court' FEET'TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
89 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
13 SECONDS WEST 81.64
Sadberry FEET TO AN IRON BAR
NO. 2981, THEN NORTH
person with a 09 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
o needs any 43 SECONDS WEST 48.53
on in order to FEET TO AN IRON BAR
this proceed- NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
entitled,. at no 79 DEGREES 50 MINUTES
the provision 08 SECONDS WEST 18.35
Assistance. FEET TO AN IRON BAR
act Nicholas NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
icy, FI 32351, 08 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
county court- 27 SECONDS EAST 45.87
75-8601, with- FEET TO AN IRON BAR
days of your NO. 2981, THEN SOUTH
notice; if you 89 DEGREES 53 MINUTES
, or voice 00 SECONDS WEST
II 1-800-955- 157.36 FEET TO AN IRON
BAR NO. 2981, THEN
11/10&17/05c NORTH 01 DEGREES 25
MINUTES 06 SECONDS
WEST 179.57 FEET TO
CUIT COURT THE POINT OF BEGIN-
COND JUDI- NING.
IIT OF THE SUBJECT TO AND
FLORIDA, IN TOGETHER WITH AN
GADSDEN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS
OVER THE FOLLOWING
)N DESCRIBED PROPERTY;


-1027-CA B

AL MORT-
IPANY, INC.
CONSUMER
MPNAY, INC.,


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
SGRETNA, 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


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)

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 coun's office nol-
fled 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: Rble 12.285, .
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
aulomatic disclosure of doc-
ulrenis and. information.
Failure to. comply can result
in sanctions, including disrn-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.

Dated: November 1, 2005

Nicholas Thomas' .
Clerk of the Circuit Coutt.

(SEAL)

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


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

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

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

vs.

ALMA M. COLEMAN, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE'OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN(pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated October
31, 2005 and entered .in
'Case NO. 05,945-CA-B- of
the Circuit Court of ,the
SECOND Judicial Gircuit:in
and for GADSDEN County.
Florida wherein JP MOR-
GAN CHASE BANK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THEE
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 1i'
MINUTES E 687.5 FEET;
THENCE RUN N 88
DEGREES 49 MINUTES
WEST 165 FEET; THENCE
RUN N 01 DEGREE 11


MINUTES EAST 73q75
FEET TO THE POINT ,OF
BEGINNING, THENCE
"FROM SAID POINT RUN N
01 DEGREE 11 MINUTES
EAST 73.75 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH. 8
DEGREES 49 MINUTES
WEST 75- FEET; THEN,*
RUN S 01 DEGREE '1
MINUTES W 73.75 FEETl:
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 WIL.Y
DAVIS GRETNA, FLORI-
DA, CONTAINING 0,1,3
ACRES MORE OR LESS
AND BEING THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 29. TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH. RANGE -4 WEST.
GEi rTrA ....-" -' GADSfiN
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 3

'A/K/A W: Circle DriveM&
Frahk Avenue, Gretna, FL
32332

WITNESS MY HAND *dl
the seal of this Court .oj
SNovenlber 1. 2005. .u

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

tFcpAl "


By Betty Sue Sadberry' "
Deputy Clerk 1v
11/10&17.'!5c
'..?
'tN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA .M
!iii
CASE NO: 05-182-CA-B.si

.MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMIi
FOR HOMECOMIl
FINANCIAL NETWORK.
Plainlitt.

vs.

MARY HOLT, TRUE HOLlT
A/K/A, TREEL HOlaT;
UNKNOWN TENANT. (;
UNKNOWN TENANT II,
and any unknown heirs,
devitees, granlees, credi-
tors-and otti'unknown pfr-
sons or uninown spouis
claiming by, through did
under any of 'the above-
named Defendants.
Defendants..

NOTICE OF. FORECL
SURE SALE

NOTICE is hereby g
that the undersigned Cl
of the Cirdeit Court I
Gadsden County. Florid,
will on the 14th day!lf
December, 2005, at' 111:0
o'clock A.M. at, the Soifh
front door of the Gadsdeh
County Gburthouse '"In
Ouincy, Florida. offer fbr
sale and sell at public outery
to the highest and best bd-
der for cash, the followirtg-
described property eitueif
in Gadsden County, Floriff:

Begin at a poinl 330 feet
North of'the Southwest cor-
ner of the Northeast 1/
Sthe Northeast '14 of
.Northeast 1 4.of Section
Township 3.North. Rang
West, Gadsden Cour,
Florida, aed thencen sh
North 330 feet; thence i ih
East 218.0 teet, thence rOn
South 330 feel; thence run
West 219'0 .feel to the
Poiht of Beginning.


CONT. pg 20


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20 Gadsden County Times November 17, 2005
LE AL


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

In Re: Delinquent Support Cases

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
DO-0001296-CA
00-0001358-CA
00-0001384-CA
00-0001457-CA
00-0001560-CA
01-0000168-CA
01-0000175-CA
01-0000194-CA
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
03-0000506-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, ERNESTO
ADAMS, DERRICK
MCGRIFF, 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
MO1NAHAN, PATRICK S.
DONG, NORMAN N.
HARBURCK, GORDON D
WASHINGTON, RONALD E


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
suchcontest 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 the 16th 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
Flbrida Statute 61.14

NICHOLAS THOMAS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

(SEAL)'

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


FROM pg 19
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 rieed-
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

IN 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, urlder
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
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
Beneficianes (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
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


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
$12.086.62-.' '..;
i$1 4 ..0o0 ) ( e.di o.J ,,
$10,774.70
$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
$69,00 00
$ 21,382 91
$46,910.69


179 ALDAY ROAD
QUINCY, FLA. 32351
(850)875-2518

YR: 1993
MAKE: KENWORTH
MODEL- 2 DR.
S'V Nt N-- -
1XKADR9X5PJ581968

SALE DATE: NOV. 30, 20
SALE TIME: 10:00A.M.

Public Sale Pursuant to
713.78, said vehicle will
sold to satisfy storage/to
ing fee plus accruing st
age fees. Owner has right
hearing prior to sale da
Any vehicle which rema
unclaimed or for which
charges for recovery tow
or storage services, rem
unpaid may be sold after
days free of all prior lie
We reserve the right
refuse any bid.
11/10&17/0


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

GENERAL JURISDICTIC
DIVISION
CASE NO. 05-835-CA

U.S. BANK, N.A. SUCCE
SOR BY MERGER TO T
LEADER`' MORTGA(
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,

vs.


SONYA L. CAMP
al.,
Defendant(s).


BELL,


NOTICE OF FORECL
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS IEREI
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi
Judgment of Foreclosu
dated October 31, 20(
and entered in Case No. I
835-CA, of the Circuit Co
of the SECOND Judic
Circuit in and for Gadsd
County, Florida where
U.S. Bank, N.A. SUCCE
.SOR BY MERGER TO TI
LEADER MORTGA(
COMPANY is Plaintiff a
SONYA L. CAMPBELL,
al., are Defenddnts, I
sell to the highest and' b
bidder for cash at the soL
steps of the courthouse f;
ing Highway 90, in Quin
Gadsden County, Floric
11:00 AM o'clock on t
29th day of Novemb
2005, the follow
described property as i
forth in said Final Judgme
to wit:

LOT 3

Commence at a found a
marking the Northe;
Corner of the Northw;
.Quarter of the, SouthwE
Quarter of Section
Township 3 North, Range
West, Gadsden Coun


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.


DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 431 SPOONER
ROAD, QUINCY, FL 32351

WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on
November 14, 2005.
Nicholas
Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)


155 Pg 121; OR 172 Page Florida, and thence run
592. North 89 degrees 54 min-
utes 55 seconds West along
Within 30 days of the date the South Boundary of Lot
of first publication of this 3, Block "I" of Pine Hills
notice, you are required to Subdivision, as recorded in
file an original response to Plat Book 1, Page 166 of
the Petitions filed in this the Public Records. of
matter with the Circuit Court Gadsden County, Florida, a
of Gadsden County, Florida, distance of 132.71 feet for a
the physical address of POINT OF BEGINNING.
which is 10 E. Jefferson
Street, Quincy, Florida Thence from said POINT
32351 and the mailing OF BEGINNING, continue
address of which is PO Box North 89 degrees 54 min-
1649, Quincy, Florida 32353 utes 55 seconds West to the
and whose phone number is Southwest Comer of said
(850)875-9300. Your Lot 3 (said corner being
response may include, but marked by a found 1/2 inch
may not be limited to, an iron pipe), a distance of
answer to the petitions, a 230.79 feet; thence run
statement of any claims you North 00 degrees 00 min-
have in and to the above utes 00 seconds East along
described lands, and any the West Boundary of said
objection you have to the Lot 3 to a found 1 inch iron
court determining the heirs pipe marking the Northwest
as set forth in the petition Corner of said Lot 3, a dis-
and setting aside the tance of 237.61 feet, thence
described lands as home- South 89 degrees 57 min-
stead. utes 47 seconds East along
A call to the Court will not the North Boundary' of said
be sufficient to prevent a Lot 3, a distance of 230.79
default from being entered feet; thence run South 00
against you. You may need degrees 00 minutes 00 sec-
to consult an attorney to ends East back to the
advise you or represent you POINT OF BEGINNING, a
in this matter. Should you distance of 237.80 feet;
fail to file a timely response, containing 1.26 acres; more
a default judgment may be or less;
entered against you and
you will receive no further SAID LOT being subject to
notice of the proceeding in a 30 foot Ingress/Egress
this case, and the Court and utility easement adja-
*may enter an Order, among cent and southerly of its
things, quieting title to the North Boundary.
above described property in
the name of Plaintiff and a/k/a 115 Travis Street,
canceling your deed, if any, Quincy, Florida 32352
and extinguishing your
claim, title,'right and interest Dated this 1st day of
in and to the described November, 2005.
property or any part thereof.
Nicholas Thomas
Dated this 7th day of As Clerk of said Court
November, 2005.
(SEAL)
/s/MARVAA. DAVIS
Attorney at Law By Betty Sue Sadberry
121 S. Madison St. As Deputy Clerk
PO Drawer 551 11/10&17/05c
Quincy, FL 32353
(850)875-9300 phone
(850)875-9302 facsimile IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
11/10,17,24,&12/01/05c OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
NOTICE OF CLAIM OF' FLORIDA
LIEN AND PROPOSED
SALE OF VEHICLE CASE NO. 05 744 CAB

LIENOR: PHILLIPS TOW- WACHOVIA BANK,
ING INC. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION


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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 05-1062-CAB

WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

NETTIE MCMILLIAN, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated
November 07, 2005 and
entered in Case NO. 05-
1062-CAB of the Circuit
Court of the SECOND
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County, Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, N.A., is the Plaintiff
and NETTLE MCMILLIAN;
are the Deferidants, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at SOUTH-
SIDE .STEPS OF THE
GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 7TH day of
December 2005, the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment:

A PORTION OF LANDS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 394 AT
PAGE 43, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY,' FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:


SUCCESSOR BY MERG- COMMENCE AT THE
ER TO SOUTHTRUST NORTHWEST CORNER
BANK OF THE EAST HALF OF
Plaintiff, THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 2
vs NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST,
GADSDEN 'COUNTY,'
--f-- JAMES- -SHAW' E"AL~ -----FLORIDA AND RUN
Defendants. SOUTH 2961.52 FEET;
THENCE RUN EAST
105 NOTICE OF SALE PUR- 606.08 FEET; THENCE
SUANTTO CHAPTER 45 RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES, 50 MINUTES,
FS NOTICE IS HEREBY 00 SECONDS, EAST,
be GIVEN, pursuant to the 215.33 FEET; THENCE
ow- Summary Final Judgment in RUN SOUTH 00
tor- Foreclosure dated October DEGREES, 10 MINUTES,
tto 31, 2005 and entered in 00 SECONDS, EAST, 20.00
ite. Case No. 05 744 CAB of the FEET TO THE NORTH-
ins Circuit Court of the 2ND EAST CORNER OF SAID
the Judicial Circuit in and for LANDS DESCRIBED IN
ing GADSDEN County, Florida, OFFICIAL RECORDS
ain wherein WACHOVIA BANK, BOOK 394 AT PAGE 43;
35 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION THENCE CONTINUE
ns. SUCCESSOR BY MERG- SOUTH 00 DEGREES, 10
to ER TO SOUTHTRUST MINUTES, 00 'SECONDS,
BANK is, Plaintiff and EAST, ALONG THE EAST-
)5c JAMES SHAW; JOHN DOE ERLY BOUNDARY OF
OR ANY OTHER PERSON SAID LANDS A DISTANCE
IN POSSESSION; ,AS OF 100.00 FEET TO THE
IT THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE POINT OF BEGINNING;
OF JAMES SHAW, IF ANY;
F ANNIE R. WILSON: __ FROM SAID POINT OF
R AS THE UNKNOWN BEGINNING, RUN SOUTH
SPOUSE OF ANNIE R. 33 DEGREES, 34 MIN-
WILSON, IF ANY; WORLD- UTES; 32 SECONDS,
)N WIDE ASSET PURCHAS- EAST, ALONG THE EAST-
ING, LLC; all unknown par- ERLY BOUNDARY A DIS-
ties claiming by, through, TANCE OF 129.39 FEET;
under or against the named THENCE RUN SOUTH 53
ES- Defendant(s), whether living DEGREES, 34 MINUTES,
HE or not, and whether said 15 SECONDS, WEST,'
3E unknown parties claims as ALONG THE SOUTHERLY
heirs, devisees, grantees, BOUNDARY OF SAID
assignees, lienors, credl- LANDS A DISTANCE OF
tors, trustees, or in any 125.00 FEET TO A POINT
other capacity, claiming by, LYING ON THE NORTH-
through under or against the EASTERLY RIGHT OF
et named Defendant(s) are the WAY BOUNDARY OF
Defendant(s), I will sell to STATE ROAD NO. 267-A;
the highest ahd best bidder THENCE RUN NORTH 31
for cash at tle SOUTH DEGREES, 42 MINUTES,
.0- STEPS OF THE COURT- 00 SECONDS, WEST
HOUSE of:the GADSDEN ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
County Courthouse, in WAY BOUNDARY A DIS-
BY GADSDEN County, Florida, TANCE OF 158.87 FEET;
nal at, on the 30th day of THENCE RUN NORTH 68
ure November, 2005, the follow- DEGREES, 45 MINUTES,
35, ing described property as 07 SECONDS, EAST,
05- set forth in said Order or 107.13 FEET; THENCE
urt Final Judgment, to wit: RUN NORTH 56
cial 'DEGREES, 25 MINUTES,
len LOT 15, BLOCK D, Q'S 28 SECONDS, EAST, 15.00
ein PARK, ACCORDING TO FEET TO THE POINT OF
ES- THE MAP OR PLAT BEGINNING.
HE THEREOF AS RECORDED
3E IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGES TOGETHER WITH A
nd 171, PUBLIC RECORDS MOBILE HOME LOCATED
et OF GADSDEN COUNTY, THEREON AS A FIXTURE
will FLORIDA. AND APPURTENANCE
est Street Address: 1612 THERETO BEING
uth HARDIN STREET, QUIN- DESCRIBED AS FOL-
ac- CY, FLORIDA 32351. LOWS:
cy,
da, WITNESS my hand and the 2003 HOMES OF MERIT
the seal of the Court this 1st day TITAN MOBILE HOME; ID
er, of November 2005. NOS.FLHML2N17326449
ing A/B.
set Nicholas Thomas
*nt, Clerk of the Circuit Court PARCEL ID#: 3 36 2N 4W
0000 00211 0500.
(SEAL)
BEING THE SAME PROP-
By Betty Sue Sadberry ERTY THAT IS
xle As Deputy Clerk DESCRIBED IN THAT
ast This notice is provided pur- CERTAIN WARRANTY
est suant to Administrative DEED AS SHOWN
est Order No. 2.065 RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
34, If you are a person.with a RECORDS BOOK-590 AT
e3 disability who needs any PAGE 1217, OF THE PUB-
ity, accommodation in order to LIC RECORDS OF GADS-


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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 05-1063-cab

WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK, SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WASHING-
TON MUTUAL BANK, F.A.
SUCCESSOR IN INTER-
EST TO HOMESIDE LEND-
ING, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

CYNTHIA D. DAVIS-HOL-
LOWAY, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:,
LENORABETH WEAVER,
AS AN HEIR OF THE
ESTATE OF CAROLYN
POWELL A/K/A CAROLYN
POWELL SIMON A/K/A
CAROLYN P. SIMON A/K/A
CAROLYN POWELL
WEAVER A/K/A CAROLYN
POWELL WEAVER-
SIMON, DECEASED'
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
11116 Alderly Commons
Court, Orlando, FI 32837

C U R R E N T
ADDRESS:11116 Alderly
Commons Court, Orlando,
FI 32837

UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THE
ESTATE OF CAROLYN
POWELL A/K/A CAROLYN
POWELL SIMON A/K/A
CAROLYN P. SIMO!'NA/K/A
CAROLYN POWELL
WEAVER A/K/A CAROLYN
POWELL WEAVER-
SIMON, DECEASED

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
AN' AND ALL UNKi~OW~ N
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED i INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property in GADSDEN
County, Florida:

PARCEL SEVEN: 0.45
ACRES:

A PARCEL OF LAND LYING
IN. THE SOUTH 1/2'OF
SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST,
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; ALSO SAID
PARCEL BEING A PART,
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 99 AT PAGE 644
AND 645, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID,
COUNTY, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS

COMMENCE AT A FOUND
IRON PIPE (1 INCH)
KNOWN AS MARKING
THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF LANDS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99 AT
PAGES 635 AND 636. OF
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS
AND RUN;

THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES, 02 MINUTES,
12 SECONDS, EAST,
(BEARING BASE) ALONG
THE NORTHERN BOUND-
ARY OF SAID-LANDS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99 AT
PAGES 635 AND 636, A
DISTANCE OF 185.00
FEET TO A RE-BAR (R.L.S.
#3031) MARKING THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF SAID LANDS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99 AT
PAGES 644 AND 645;

THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 02
MINUTES, 12 .SECONDS,
EAST, 225.63 FEET TO A
RE-BAR (R.L.S. #3031);

THENCE NORTH 01
DEGREES, 55 MINUTES,.
53 SECONDS, EAST,
244.45 FEET TO A RE-BAR
(R.L.S. #3031);


11/10&17/05c By:Taya Turer
Deputy Clerk
11/17&24/05c


MINUTES, 25 SECONDS,
EAST, 289.48 FEET TO A
RE-BAR (RLS #3031);

THENCE RUN NORTH 85
DEGREES, 10 MINUTES,
16 SECONDS, EAST,
125.12 FEET TO A RE-ROD
(RLS #3031) ON THE
WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY OF
STATE ROAD NO. 267;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 27
DEGREES, 21 MINUTES,
09 SECONDS, EAST


THENCE NORTH 63
DEGREES, 20 MINUTES,
11 SECONDS, EAST,
145.00 FEET TO A RE-BAR
(R.L.S. #3031) ON THE
EASTERN BOUNDARY OF
A 20.00 FOOT ACCESS
EASEMENT;

THENCE SOUTH 27
DEGREES, 11 MINUTES,
55 SECONDS, EAST,
ALONG SAID BOUNDARY
OF A 20.00 FOOT ACCESS
EASEMENT A DISTANCE
OF 117.00 FEET TO A RE-
BAR (R.L.S. #3031) FOR
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING;

FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE
NORTH 63 DEGREES, 20
MINUTES, 11 SECONDS,
EAST, 125.00 FEET TO A
RE-BAR (R.L.S. #3031)
MARKING THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
LANDS OF ANTHONY A.
POWELL AND WIFE, AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 307 AT
PAGES 952 AND 953, OF
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS;

THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 63 DEGREES, 20
MINUTES, 11 SECONDS,
EAST, ALONG THE
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY
OF SAID LANDS OF A DIS-
TANCE OF 38.20 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (R.L.S. #3031)
MARKING THE LANDS OF
LINNIE WINTERS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 312 AT
PAGES 780 AND 781, OF
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS;

THENCE SOUTH 27
DEGREES, 11 MINUTES,
55 SECONDS, EAST,
ALONG THE WESTERN
BOUNDARY OF SAID
LANDS AND THE PRO-
JECTION THEREOF, A
DISTANCE OF 237.58
FEET TO A RE-BAR (R.L.S.
#3031) ON THE NORTH-
WESTERN BOUNDARY
OF A 20.00 FOOT ACCESS
EASEMENT;

THENCE NORTH 61
DEGREES, 30 MINUTES,
.47 SECONDS, WEST,
ALONG SAID NORTH-
WESTERN BOUNDARY A
DISTANCE OF 289.48
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

CONTAINING 0.45 ACRES
MORE OR LESS.

'fOGE THER WITH A 20.00
FOOT ACCESS EASE-
MENT BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT A FOUND
IRON PIPE ( 1 INCH)
KNOWN AS MARKING
THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF LANDS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99, AT
PAGES 635 AND 636 OF
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS
AND RUN:

THENCE SOUTH 89
:DEGREES, 02 MINUTES,
12 SECONDS, EAST,
(BEARING BASE) ALONG
THE NORTHERN BOUND-
ARY OF SAID LANDS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99 AT
.PAGES 635 AND 636, A
DISTANCE OF 185.00
FEET TO A RE-BAR (R.L.S.
#3031) MARKING THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF SAID LANDS AS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 99 AT
PAGES 644 AND 645;

.THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 02
MINUTES, 12 SECONDS,
EAST, 225.63 FEET TO A
RE-BAR (R.L.S. #3031);

THENCE NORTH 01
DEGREES, 55 MINUTES,
48 SECONDS, EAST,
244.54 FEET TO A RE-BAR
(R.L.S. #3031);

THENCE NORTH 63
DEGREES, 20 MINUTES,
23 SECONDS, EAST,
145.19 FEET TO A RE-BAR
(R.L.S. #3031) ON THE
EASTERN BOUNDARY OF
A 20.00 FOOT ACCESS
EASEMENT;

THENCE SOUTH 27
DEGREES, 11 MINUTES,
43 SECONDS, EAST,
ALONG SAID BOUNDARY
OF A 20.00 FOOT ACCESS
EASEMENT A DISTANCE
OF 117.00 FEET TO A RE-
BAR (R.L.S. #3031) FOR
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING;

FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING, THENCE
SOUTH 61 DEGREES, 36


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-.



CONTD pg 21


ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY 21.67 FEET TO A RE-
ROD (RLS #3031);

THENCE RUN SOUTH 85
DEGREES, 10 MINUTES,
16 SECONDS, WEST,
139.36 FEET TO A POINT;

THENCE RUN NORTH 61.
DEGREES, 36 MINUTES,.
25 SECONDS, WEST,'
301.67 FEET TO A POINT;

THENCE RUN NORTH 271
DEGREES, 11 MINUTES,'
43 SECONDS, WEST, 6.42
FEET;

THENCE RUN NORTH 63'
DEGREES, 20 MINUTES,2
23 SECONDS, EAST, 20.00,
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

BEING THE SAME PROP-.
ERTY THAT IS SHOWN IN'
THAT CERTAIN QUIT-
CLAIM DEED RECORDED'
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS.
BOOK 387 AT PAGE 1199,
OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDENi
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

SUBJECT TO THAT CER--'
TAIN ROAD MAINTE-'
NANCE AGREEMENT ASI
SHOWN RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS,-
BOOK 444 AT PAGE 15642;
OF THE PUBLIC.,
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against youi,-
and you are required to,
serve a copy of your written'
defenses within 30 daysR>
after the first publication, if,
any, on Echevarria, Codilis
& Stawiarski, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is ;
9119 Corporate Lake Drive,.
Suite 300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the original)
with this Court either beforea
service on Plaintiff's attori
ney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default
will be entered against.you)
for the relief demanded in;
the Complaint or petition.

This notice shall be pub-'i
lished once each week for,
two consecutive weeks in.
the Gadsen County Times.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 3rd
day of November, 2005.,

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Court

(SEAL),

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
11/17&24/05c


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

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

Ronald Jones,,
Petitioner

and

Edith St. Hilaire,
Respondent

CORRECTION AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
PATERNITY

TO EDITH ST. HILAIRE,
15689 SW 54th Court,
Miramar, Florida 33027

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an. action has been filed
against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, to it on Ronald Jones,
whose address is 1821
McKelvy Street, Quincy, FL
32351 on or before
December 15, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of
this Court at Nicholas
Thomas, Clerk of Courtss,
PO Box 1649, Quincy, FL
32353 before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be
entered against you for the.
relief demanded in the peti-
tion.

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

You must keep the Clerk of.
the Circuit court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915).
Future papers in this lawsuit









Gadsden County Times November 17, 2005 21


Cattle Barons'

Ball in Capital

area Nov. 19

Put on your cowboy boots and hat,
saddle up and get ready to lasso up
a good time and for a good cause!
The Capital Area of the American
Cancer Society's 5th Annual Cattle
Barons' Ball in Tallahassee has
.been set for Saturday, Nov.19.
SIn keeping with tradition, it will
'be held at Shiloh Farm, 1500 Ben-
:ijamin Chairs Rd, and will boast of
gaming, remote car races, dancing,
live band, and lots of diamonds.
"We're really excited about how
tdungs are coming together. We're
going to have some terrific enter-
tainment, fabulous food and great
auction items," said Dr. Myra Hurt,
Honorary chair of this year's ball.
"Everyone's guaranteed to have a
rip roaring good time."
In addition to gaming, wine toss
and digging for diamonds, there
will be a new race track with remote
Hummer racing to the finish line-
you can drive or pick the winners.
Silent and live auctions will be held
with many terrific prizes including,
a quail hunt, fishing boat, sailing
excursion for 12, lunch with astro-
naut Norm Thagard, dinner with
Bobby Bowden; football, basketball
and baseball tickets plus lots of
unique gift baskets.
This year, the 'always-guaranteed-
to-be-good' Bonefish Grill will
cater the food. The In Laws and
Out Laws will provide live music.
We are honored to have Healthease
as our Diamond Partner sponsor.
The Capital Area of the American
Cancer Society has a goal of raising
$100,000 to support its mission of
eliminating cancer as a major'health
problem. "Money raised will sup-
port research efforts, education on
prevention, early detection and
treatment; advocacy efforts to
ensure politicians hear our voice;
and local programs and services for
patients and their families," Dr Hurt
said. -
For more information about the
Cattle Barons' Ball call 850-297-
0588 ext. 118.0 n
1 :"P~


Farmers

remodels -
Farmers Home
Furnishings of
Quincy recently
completed a
renovation of its
20,000 square foot r, .-e .e B '
showroom at
1608 W. Jefferson
Street. Dignitaries
including the
store's employees,
corporate T
personnel and the
Gadsden County
Chamber of
Commerce were on
hand to witness
Charles Wimberly, -
district manager,
cut the "Grand
Opening" ribbon.
Nick Shinkler is
the Farmers
Home Furnishings
store manager.

Photo by
Byron Spires '




Havana to host


holiday lawn


mower parade


Getting ready to winterize and store your lawn mower
for the season? Wait just a bit! Instead, prepare to think
"out of the garage" and decorate that mean mowin'
machine as a float, and enter into historic Havana's sec-
ond Lawn Mower Parade on Dec. 10.
Last year's event was fun-filled and creative, and a
great success that saw lots of riding and push mowers
decorated like flats. Some had a holiday theme, some
,had her crea it i ideas. Vi I.rI e 'cars and other partici-


H


pants were also in the parade. Lots of people lined the
parade route to see "Santa" say hello! Start planning for
your entry now, and get ready to roll! Registration is
free.
While many will create their lawn mower "float" with
a holiday theme, it is not required. Any community-
acceptable theme will do. Entry forms are available in
Havana at Mirror Image Antiques, Little River General
Store and the Havana Herald, or download a form from
www.HavanaFlorida.com. Enter soon! Deadline is Dec.
2 (late entries may be denied). For more information,
contact Sandi Beare Schenker at (850) 539-7422.
We hope you enjoy our Second Annual Havana Lawn
Mower Parade and bring out the whole family.

Thanks for reading Gadsden County's
Largest and Fastest-Growing Newspa-
per...The Gadsden County Times.


LEGALS
Continued from P. 20
ings.
Dated: November 10,' 2005
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By Arita Green
Deputy Clerk
Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1,8/05p

NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME


NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that thew.iuhdei-
Ssigned desires totengageiih


business with its principal
place of business located at
20 Taylor Court, Midway,
Florida 32343, under the fic-
titious name of Talquin Sep-
tic Service.
NOTICE IS FURTHER.
GIVEN that the under-
signed intends to apply for
registration of such fictitious
name with the Secretary of
the State of Florida.


DATED this 3rd
November, 2005.
TALQUIN VAULT
By: /s/Fred N. Stra
Its: President >


NOTICE OF PUES


A-1 Auto Service, Inc.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
12/02/2005, 9:00 a.m. at
17974 BLUE STAR HWY
QUINCY, FL 32351-7162,
pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes.
A-1 Auto Service, Inc.
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.


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III


STheatreTCC! presents "Anne Frank:
A Poetic Re-Interpretation"
TheatreTCC! will debut the second Installment of "The
i Word Series" Thursday, November 3 with "Anne Frank:
A Poetic Re-Interpretation," featuring original poetry
written by TCC instructor Julia Horigan. Thursday's event
is free and begins at 8 p.m. in Turner Auditorium.

Roland Hockett's collection of
drawings and prints debuts at TCC
"The Roland Hockett
Collection: Selected Drawings
and Prints" will be on
display in the TCC Fine Art
Gallery November 4 through
December 10. Works on -
display include artwork by
SRembrandt, Goya and Renoir,
several color Japanese
prints from the 19th century,
prominent Costa Rican and
contemporary American
artists, and prints by Hockett.
The TCC Fine Art Gallery The Rloland Hockett Collection:
is open noon -4 p.m. Selected Drawings and Prints
Monday Friday in the Fine
and Performing Arts Center.
444 Appleyard Drive.
For more information call (850) 201-8083.


Spring Registration
Get the classes you want when you want them by
registering now for the Spring Semester online
at www.tcc.fl.edu or calling (850) 201-TCC-1.
Remember you can register and pay fees anytime
on Eaglenet at www.tcc.fl.edu.

Returning students can register immediately!

It is not too late to apply for spring classes.
Application deadline is November 21.


Become Certified to Teach
If you are a college graduate and looking for an
efficient way to become a Florida certified teacher, then.
Tallahassee Community College's Educator Preparation
Institute may be right for you. The program is a
competency based Alternative Certification program for
college graduates who hold a degree in a subject other
than education. Priority will be given to applicants with
degrees in math, science and English.

If you are interested in applying, come to one of the
information sessions at 6:00 p.m. on either Ndvember
14 or December 5 in room 105 in the TCC Economic and
Workforce Development Building. For more information,
e-mail EPI@tcc.fl.edu.


November Community & Continuing
Education Courses


Classes at TCC's
Quincy House


Microsoft PowerPoint
Monday & Wednesdays
Nov. 28 Dec. 5
6 9 p.m., $85


Personal Computing for Seniors
Tuesday & Thursdays
Nov. 29 Dec. 8
1:30 3:30 p.m., $59

PC Essentials
Tuesday & Thursdays
Dec. 6-15
7 9 p.m., $85

Conversational Spanish II
Wednesday, Oct. 26 Dec. 14
6 -8 p.m., $59

Early Childhood Series
(Continuous) Mondays, 6 9 p.m.
(3 part series' also available as
individual classes) $25 for
3 part series / $15 per class


Classes at Tallahassee
Community College

Basic Grammar
Tuesday, Nov. 22
9:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m., $59


Report Writing
Wednesday, Nov. 23
8 a.m. noon, $59


Introduction to ColdFusion
Monday, Nov. 28 Dec. 7
9 a.m. 3 p.m., $185

Word Advanced
Wednesday, Nov 30
9 a.m. 4 p.m., $99


Classes at TCC
Capitol Center

Advanced Photoshop
Monday & Wednesdays,
Nov. 28 Dec. 7
6 8:30 p.m ,$129


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


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22 Gadsden County Times November 17, 2005


Gretna Elementary News


The Gretna Elementary faculty,
staff, and student body are elated
to tell the community what we've
been doing the last month. On a
scale from fair to superior, we are
at the excellent capacity. First, we
would like to introduce you to the
new Miss Gretna and her court for
the 2005-2006 school term--
Miss Briana Baker, Queen; Miss
Jessica Maldonado, First Atten-
dant; and Miss Roxanna Rosa,
Second Attendant.' Briana is the
daughter of Randy and Pearl
Baker. She enjoys reading, study-
ing, and shopping. Her future goal
is to become a teacher. All mem-
bers of the court are fifth graders.
Secondly, we would like to com-
mend all of our outstanding volun-
teers and community partners for
their roles in assisting our students
with school supplies, uniforms,
our new popcorn popper, financial
contributions, tutorials, mentor-
ships and scholarship' opportuni-
ties. A yer\ special thanks ,2oes to
Sheriff Moirris Young for his pui-
chase of books for the prize give-
away' at our upcoming FCAT Par-
ents Night Out, scheduled for
Thursday, No\ember 17th from
6to 8 p.m. We challenge all who
have not signed up to become.vol-
unteers at Gretna Elementary to
join our movement--Leave No.
Child Behind. We promise an
unforgettable experience and last-
ing relationship.
Next on our list of "Happenings"
was our Scholastic Book Fair that
spanned October 30th through
November 3rd. Our theme was
"Where Books Rule" and was cen-
tered around the medieval period
of queens and kings. Coinciding
with fair, we held our first Read-
ing Expo Parent Night on Novem-
ber 1st from 6 to 8 p.m. Parents
and students were invited to dis-
cuss their students' progress, pick
up parenting and a.cademnic maleii-
als. and make book fair purchases
at that lime. As a culninatina
activity. the Media Department
sponsored a poster conteis \ in-
.ners included De'Ericka Daniels,
Michael Hicks. anrid Braxio
Thomas' from the primary gradIe
level; Dontereka Hannah, Shanti-
nice Daniels, and Mayra Bonilla
from the intermediate grade level.
Stanl'e and Pats\ DL\on, parents
of Erick Robinson, \\%n the book
fair give away. Thanks to Ms. Lila
Shula and Mrs. Chinita Bascom
for all their hard work in making
this year's book fair a success.
Lastly, our grades 3 5 and spe-
cial area teachers, along with var-
ious staff members will host this


Semester's first FCAT Parents
Night Out on Thursday, November
17, from 6 to 8 p.m. The session
will begin in the cafeteria and
conclude with breakout sessions
in designated classrooms with par-
ents accompanying their students
for FCAT preparation and instruc-.,
tional activities. We encourage all'
parents and students to come out
and experience "Getting Ready to
Tame the FCAT". Key informa-
tion, test-taking strategies and
tips, simulated test sessions, and
practice activities will be provided
so that families can get involved
in making the FCAT a student-
friendly and more familiar beast.
From your neighbor school, the
Gretna Elementary Rams, thanks
to the community and local busi-
nesses that strive daily to make us
the success that we are. As always,
this faculty and staff "Expect
Nothing Less Than the Best" and
will give 100% to accomplish all
that eC eide0i'1 or


Students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month


The fifth grade students at
George W. Munroe Elementary
School celebrated the Hispanic.
culture in the month of October.
Throughout the month the stu-
dents took an in-depth look at
the traditions, art and literature


Month is a great way to increase
culture awareness and foster cul-
tural diversity."
The month was brought to a
close with a fiesta for all the stu-
dents which included a buffet of
many authentic foods of the His-


SALL STI/ITS WITH of our Hispanic neighbors. panic culture. Special thanks to
Grade chairperson and event all of the staff, parents and vol-
T.I '",. sponsor, Jenny Humphrey unteers who helped make the
.J i : remarked, "Hispanic Heritage month and dinner a success!



The 'Bear Store is open West Gadsden High School
Bear S Itore is open


Sale! Sale! Sale! The Bear
Store has opened and is making a
great profit of good behavior. The
idea was conceived by Mrs. Linda
Jones and Ms. Mis'Shaylanqua
Smith to open a behavior store.-
The students start each day with a
dollar and get to keep it if their
behavior is appropriate. However,
dollars are taken away for misbe-
having or not being in attendance.
Every two weeks the store is
opened and business is booming.
The students get to redeem


their earnings for items such as
pencils, candy, stencils fingernail
polish, notebooks, markers, toys
and much more. The items range
from one bear buck to twenty bear
bucks.
This store is a great behavior
modification, tool. The sixth grade
inclusion class seems to enjoy
shopping, they are constantly ask-
ing "Is it time to shop again". The
students not only learned self con-.
trol but they learned the value of a
dollar.


Shanks to entertain parents
James A. Shanks will observe music on the school's patio,and
"Parent Expo" Sunday, Nov. 20 learn about the "Triple A" con-
from 4 to 6 p.m. as the school ference (attendance, attitude and
and parents come together to academics). They will also talk
"Take It To The Next Le\el." \\ith the Sheriff, and \ LIt their
Parents-Lwill be-enfiteiaiE t*'' i48 clas*r7om... :".


LEGAL NOTICE

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
a nnounces its organizational meeting and its regularly scheduled
Board meeting, to which all interested persons are invited.

Date: Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Time: ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING 5:30 P.M.
REGULAR MEETING 6:00 P.M.
Place: School Board Meeting Room
Max D. Walker School Administration Building
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, FL

PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING:
To elect a chairman and vice chairman; and to set the day and time for
the regular monthly board meetings.

PURPOSE OF THE REGULAR MEETING: To ratify pa.\-
ment of bills consider peri,-onel -iacion. consider bids and qtjiioution.
corildei and/or act on proposal and/or adoption of Adn-,iiim\ la;\e
Rules, discuss and act on Board member salary, schedule for 2005-
2006, and such other business as may be ready for consideration,
A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, or otherwise contacting: The
School Board of Gadsden County, Florida, Attention: Mr. Reginald C. James,
Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin Luther King. ir. BPld., Quincy, Florida
32351.

SNotice is hereby given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting, he will need a record
of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings are made, which records would include the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Dated this 14th day of November, 2005 A.D.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Reginald C. James.
Superintendent of Schools 11/17c


TanIs for read ii te gads&n Count Times!


Welcomes Native Author


West Gadsden High School
welcomed native author, Timo-
thy Weeks. Weeks a native of
Panama City, FL was invited to
WGHS by Mrs.
Jean Marshall, Reading
Coach, to read for the Lunch
Bunch Readers and to sign his
book, "The Wise Mullet of Cook
Bayou".
After the reading, Mr. Weeks
and students were provided a
lunch consisting of, you know,
mullet fish, grits, potato salad,
and cole slaw.
FCCLA (Family, Career, and
Community Leaders of America)
members, Manesha Woods, Ron-
nie Jackson, Shaneice Shaw,
Ta'Sliaudriia Robeit Ti.t is
Hm,,scn. al C.,J Waler .pe-
paied the


Timothy
Weeks


lunch. Tyfayshala Baker stated,
"She enjoyed the book and the
author did a great job telling the
story." Michael Kelley said, "He
enjoyed the illustrations and real
pictures inte iated in the book."


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