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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 2006
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Unity
Gadsden County comes
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Passionate

about her role

Dr. Carolyn Ford is passionate
about fighting poverty and passion-
ate about her new role as chair-
.man of the Florida Black Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Page 2

School policy
Gadsden County School
Board is reviewing how it
*handles such things as crime,
hazing, homeless students and
displaying the flag.
Page 3


New businesses
A new Best Western motel is
Ipen in Gadsden County, and
:a new hardwood supplier
moves into the county. Quincy
IGA gets a new manager.
Pages 2, 5, 9


We Have a Dream!,,

We. Have a Dreamy


"I have a dream...I have
a dream that my four chil-
dren will one day live in a
nation where they will not
be judged by the color of
their skin but by the
content of their character.
I have a dream today."


In memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Gadsden County residents walked. They
walked in Gretna, in Chattahoochee, in
Havana. They came together in a show of
unity in Quincy. Speakers at rallies and in
churches talked about that dream and
today's realities.


Schools prepare for looming FCAT


b3 ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The FCAT is coming. The FACT is coming. The
FCAT is coming.
Let's face it, the Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test strikes fear in many. But the Gadsden
County School District say it is trying to erase
that fear by preparing students for the test that
starts next month.
,Ready or not, students will have to buckle down
for the state-mandated test that measures stu-
ents' skills in math, reading, writing, and sci-
ence. Students in grades 3 through 10 are tested in
trading and math. Students in grades 4, 8, and 10
are tested in writing while students in grades 5, 8,


and 11 are also tested in science.
The FCAT reading and math tests are scored
based on five achievement levels with 1 being the
lowest and 5 being the highest. The test is based
on the Sunshine State Standards, which outline
what students are expected to know at each grade
level. On the writing test, students can score 2 to
6, with 1 indicating a student lacks basic skills
and 3.5 indicating a student is proficient and at
grade level.
"Gadsden County Schools continue to vigor-
ously prepare for the upcoming FCAT testing.
The school district as second most improved in
the State of Florida for the 2005 school term and
hopes to reach the #1 ranking this year," accord-
ing to a prepared statement from the district's


public information office.
The release states that "an FCAT 'SWAT' team
has been assembled with some of the top per-
forming teachers throughout the county to give
core lessons to students via television before test-
ing begins."
Other district wide activities scheduled to help
students with the FCAT include:
*Lisa Robinson, writing coach will take
all fourth graders through a specific writing
prompt on Jan. 23 to reinforce the important keys
to remember for the Feb. 7 and 8 writing assess-
ment test.
*Michael Franklin will cover challeng-
ing 5th and 6th grade subject matter where chil-
See FCAT on Page 5


Fatal wreck continues deadly trend


Tiffani Ivory

dies when car

overturns

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

"We're beginning 2006 just like
we ended 2005," said Sheriff Morris
Young. He stood only feet away
from where a 1990 4-door Honda
was overturned a ditch. The occu-
pant inside was a Gadsden County
teenager, Tiffani LaShay Ivory, 18.
"This is so tragic. My heart goes
out to the family," he said, shaking
his head. Young dreaded what he
knew he had to do next: telling the
parents that they had lost a child in
an automobile accident.
According to a report released by
the Florida Highway patrol, Ivory
was southbound on State Road 268
,(High Bridge Road) about 1.7 miles G
See FATAL WRECK on Page 16 H


Photo by Alice DuPont

adsden County's first traffic fatality of the year ended the life of 18-year-old Tiffani LaShay Ivory on the
igh Bridge Road last Thursday afternoon.


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F ire County asks
how to cope


New fire stations,


full-time personnel,


training, get a look


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The board of county commission-
ers held a workshop Tuesday night.
The subject, in part, was fire. The
main thing was how to put them out
once they got started in a county that
relies on volunteer fire departments
for the most part except in the cities
of Quincy, Chattahoochee and
Havana.
There is no question that the fire
service for county residents has
come along in rthe last few years.
The old, broken down trucks sal-
vaged from junk yards and hand-
me-downs have now been replaced
with new trucks in every volunteer
station. Volunteer fire departments
are less territorial and often work
together. Today, in most instances,
volunteers train together which
makes for a better working relation-
ship.
"Still,. we have a long way to go,"
said Brian Beasley, the county's
emergency services director.
One of the areas that needs atten-


tion immediately is training of the
volunteer firefighters. "Training is
essential and should be accom-
plished as soon as possible. Training
(160 hours) will be offered to all
volunteers who have not previously
recieved training," said Beasely.
The course will be taught by Quincy
instructors and will run about five
months.
Another concern is with an inter-
state and two railways running in
the county, the possibility of a haz-
ardous material disaster is relatively
high. "It is the recommendation of
the consultant that a Hazmat
Response Team be developed and
ready to deploy without hesitation,"
he said.
Another area that needs addressed
is that manning outlying stations is
difficult during the peak hours from
6 a.m. to 6 p.m. A fulltime staff per-
son would cover the period when
most volunteers are working regular
jobs. Beasley said a lone firefighter
could take care of brush fires, most
See FIREMEN on Page 9


3 families lose homes


to fires; raises concern


about fire safety here


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

On New Years's day, a family of
six in rural Gadsden County lost its
home to fire.
Five days later a single family
home in Havana was destroyed. In
another three days, another family
of six lost its home to fire.
Since the beginning of the year, the
City* of Quincy has responded to
seven fires, "that's not counting the
ones we didn't respond to," said
Fire Chief Howard Smith.
The causes range from unattended
cooking to unattended candles. In
one instance, someone decided to
burn trash in the yard and it got out
of control. "There were no injuries
to people but the monetary loss is
substantial," he said.
Families are referred to the Red
Cross for financial assistance, he
said. The assistance usually comes
in the form of food, clothing, and
lodging for a specified period to
time.
Smith has concerns about people
and candles. "Over. the past few
years, candles have become very,
very popular. The different scents
and fragrances appeal to people.
Unfortunately, some people do not
handle them with the care they
should to be safe," he said.
People, he said, tend to put candles
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be placed on a level, uncluttered
surface with holders that won't tip
over easily and are large enough to
collect dripping wax. Candles
should be kept at least a foot away
from anything that will bum.
"A lot of people make the mistake
of putting lit candles in doorways or
windows. Candles should never be
placed where a draft could bring
combustibles in contact with flame.
They should also extinguish candles
when they bum within two inches of
the holder and never leave during
candles or glowing wicks unat-
tended," he said.
Some teenagers, Smith said, like
candles in their bedrooms. "I highly
encourage parents to not allow
that," he said.
Several fires this year have been
started when people used fireplaces
that had not been cleaned.
"Wood is plentiful now because of
the hurricanes. You see it stacked
up, free for the taking.
"I suggest that before citizens start
a fire they have a licensed chimney
sweep to inspect it. We can't do it
because of the liability issue and
there aren't any (licensed chimney
sweeps) here, but there are several
in Tallahassee," Smith said.
He said the best protection against
fires in the home is to prevent them.
Here are items that Smith suggests
for the home fire prevention check
See FIRES on Page 5


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Passion t(


Dr. Carolyn Ford

is new chairman

of Florida

Black Chamber
by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer
Dr. Carolyn Ford has been named the
chairperson of the Florida Black Chamber
of Commerce board of directors.
Ford accepted the position as chairperson
she said because of her concerns for the
State of Florida's economic development
and her passion to help alleviate poverty.
America is built on small businesses, Ford
said, and she feels that the loss of so many
small Mom and Pop businesses over the
years has had an adverse effect on rural
counties.
She hopes to bring back those small busi-
nesses through her FBCC work. "I believe
we can still do that again," Ford said.
The FBCC has several initiatives set to
work toward that goal Ford said, like con-
ducting seminars to teach, train, and pro-
mote the integration of culture, commerce
and community as an engine of the "New
Marketplace". The FBCC intends to lever-
age multi-cultural partnerships and
alliances with several key organizations in
majority and minority communities
throughout Florida, nationally and interna-


S1fi


.t poverty leads to new state role


tionally.
Ford believes that the problems that face .
Gadsden County are faced all across the
State of Florida. Poverty, she says, knows
no boundaries.
"We need to look at our problems on a -"
regional basis," Ford said. She feels that
south Georgia, south Alabama and north --'
Florida counties face similar problems. It
is her hope that these areas can work ,
together at some point.
"We have to look beyond our bound-
aries," Ford said, adding that the whole
region is wrestling with the same issues.
Ford said she does not understand why the
communities cannot get beyond working r
together. Working together as a region,
Ford said, will be one of her issues while
chairing the FBCC.
"I want to begin to reach out and help
others. When we help others we will be
helping ourselves," Ford said.
Ford said that as federal and state budg- .
ets get tighter it is going to become more 4..
and more important that communities like
Gadsden County look at regionally shar-
ing resources. "We are going to need to
start working together," Ford said. It will --'
be under such key programs as the North-
west Florida Economic Development pro- .
gram, supporting of the Florida African- _
American Heritage network and other
organizations that FBCC intends to
accomplish the goal of bringing communi-
ties together. photo by Byron Spires
Ford said that FBCC key issues will Dr. Carolyn Ford is shown at her desk at the North Florida Education Development Cor-
.include such issues as poverty, inner-city, portion.
urban, rural and regional economic devel-


opment. They will also be looking at issues
involving the current business environment,


industry clusters
and access to the
capital.
Ford brings to the
position a variety
of experience. She
is the founder and
director of North
Florida Educa-
tional Develop-
ment, a commu-
nity-based devel-
opment organiza-
tion that oversees
several programs in
Gadsden County.
In addition shw
was a Quincy city
commissioner for
District Two for six
years. She also held
the position of
mayor during her


"I want to
begin to
reach out
and help
others.
When we
help others
we will be
helping
our-
selves."


tenure as a commissioner.
Ford has held numerous positions over the
years and is currently active on the board of
The NAACP. She is a member of the
National Hook-up of Black Women, the
West Florida Council, the Gadsden County
Economic Board and Mt. Moriah First Mis-
sionary Baptist Church.
If you would like more information about
the Florida Black Chamber of Commerce
they have a web site at
www.floridabcc.com. or call them at 850-
219-5192.


Joe Ferolito retires from SWAT


Photo by Alice DuPont
Walter Jones, the new store director for the Quincy IGA, said he is ready for the challenge.

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New IGA Manager Walter Jones eyes changes


The Gadsden County Health
Department held a retirement
party for Joe Ferolito last
week. Ferolito was serenaded
with several songs reminis-
cent of the years he has
worked in the Student's
Working Against Tobacco
program coordinated through
the health department.
The top photo shows health
department director Jerry
Wynn playing his ukulele as
'the staff sings "Its hard to be
humble" to Ferolito. More
singing in the photo to the
left. In the photo below left
Wynn adds a few extras to the
song as Ferolito right reacts to
the new phrases. The. bottom
picture shows Wynn serenad-
ing Ferolito again as the staff
watches.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
For the past five years Walter Jones has made the round
trip from his home in Marianna to the Quincy IGA. He
has honed his skills in the grocery business and last
week took over as manager of the Quincy IGA on West
Jefferson Street.
Before coming to Quincy, Jones said he managed
Food World stores in Panama City and in Marianna.
"My first goal is to cut expenses and to offer good cus-
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still under discussion with the store's owner Charlie
Boyd. Boyd said he would be spending more time in
Quincy than he has in the past. He has in mind working
closely with the community on charity projects.
"There is a project called "Hometown Helpers" that we
have in some of our other stores. I want to implement
something like that here so that when Christmas comes
around, we are able to give a sizeable contribution to
make sure that the children have a good Christimas," he
said.
Jones, who is mild-mannered and soft spoken, said he
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Gadsden County Times January 19, 2006 3


Road closing, land use changes face P and Z Board


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

A handful of west Gadsden
county residents were on hand
last week to voice their con-
cerns over a proposed road
closing to stop illegal dump-
ing.
The Planning and Zoning
Board approved the road clos-
ing.
St. Joe Land Company had
requested that a portion of the
right-of-way along St. James
Cemetery Road, which lies
between. Hovie Smith Road
and Rowan Road, be aban-
doned by the county. The land
is located in the Sycamore
community.
The connector road allows
access to the St. James Ceme-
tery from both the Hovie Smith
and Rowan roads. St. Joe owns
the land (40 acres) on both
sides of the road and St. James
Church, located on Rowan
Road maintains and owns the
.91 acre cemetery.
St. Joe wants to close off the
eastern section of the road,
approximately 440 feet, from


the roads access point on
Hovie Smith Road to the ceme-
tery. The cemetery could still
be accessed from Rowan Road.
St. Joe also asked to close
off the access with a fence and
gate at the cemetery and
entrance from Hovie Smith
Road. St. Joe has proposed to
provide St. James Church with
a key to the gates for funeral
use.
The request, St. Joe repre-
sentative Jeff Stauffer said,
would stop illegal dumping on
the property. St. Joe maintains
that a ravine on their property
has been a dump site for
unwanted appliances and trash
for a number of years. Closing
the road, Stauffer said, would
stop the dumping along the
ravine.
In addition Stauffer said the
Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection had cited
St. Joe to clean up the land.
The cost could exceed
$100,000.
Tommy Carroll, a resident of
the area, had concerns about
the closing of the road and
access to the church's ceme-


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Jeanie Gunn was elected to a second term as the Planning and Zoning Board
chairperson.


tery. Carroll said the closing
would create problems when a
funeral took place at the ceme-
tery; there would not be
enough room for cars to park.
Carroll added that he was 66
years old and that people had


photo by Byron Spires
been dumping in the ravine all
of his life.
Stauffer agreed to provide a
turn-around at the gate next to
the cemetery. A 60 foot right-
of-way will also be provided to
the cemetery from Rowan


Road.
The motion for abandonment
and vacation of the right-of-
way for St. James Road passed
the board.
In other business:
The board re-elected
Jeanie Gunn as chairperson
and John Yerkes as vice chair-
person.
The board approved the
conceptual plat review for
Blueberry Hill Subdivision.
The 50.42 acre / 47 unit single
family subdivision is located at
the intersection of US 27 and
Glade Road north of Havana.
The board approved a 9.68
acre land use change for Agri-
culture Two land to Rural Res-
idential. The property is
located on China Berry Road
west of McNair Road.
The board approved the
conceptual plat review of Car-
men Maria Subdivision. The
review approval was for a 21
single lot subdivision on 21.25
acres of land located on the
south side of McCall Bridge
Road and east of Longview
Point Road near Lake Talquin.
The board discussed plans


to change the meeting date
from the first Wednesday of
each month to the second
Thursday of each monthto
begin in April.
In addition the board
received a future business
report which listed the follow-
ing items as agenda items.
Final Plat-replat of lot 2,
block b, The Farms at Quincy.
Final plat-re-plat of lot 4,
block b, Deerwood, Phase II
subdivision.
Conceptual/preliminary
site plan (special exception)
Atwater switching station.
Conceptual/preliminary
site plan, West Gadsden High
School.
Comprehensive plan
amendment, Pat Thomas Law
Enforcement Academy land
use amendment.
Preliminary plat review,
The Grove subdivision.
Variance request, Towhee
subdivision.
The planning and zoning
board sits as an advisory board
only; all final decisions are
made by the Gadsden County
Commissioners.


Policy changes at county schools include reporting child abuse, hazing, drug and alcohol testing


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The Gasden County School
Board held a workshop last
week to discuss policy changes
in areas that ranged from dis-
playing the flag to reporting
child abuse and zero tolerance
for school related crimes. Some
of the policy changes were a
result of state regulations while
other were to clear up confu-
sion in terminology.
Here are some of the new pol-
icy changes:
*Reporting child abuse-A
notice of responsibility will.be
placed in a prominent place at
each school. All employees of
the district have the responsi-
bility to report all actual and
suspected cases of child abuse,
abandonment or neglect; immu-
nity from liability if they report
such cases in good faith; and
the responsibility to comply
with child protective investiga-


tions and all other provisions of
law related to child abuse,
abandonment and neglect.
Statewide toll-free telephone
number for the central abuse
hotline will be listed.
*Wellness Program-The
superintendent shall establish a
Wellness program that shall
include, but not be limited to,
the follow ing components:
goals for nutrition education,
physical activity and other
school-based activities, that are
designed to promote student
wellness; goals for nutrition
education; a plan for imple-
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foods available at each school
and district facility; a plan for
evaluating and implementing
the wellness program; a plan
for modifying the program;
designation of a wellness coor-
dinator; involvement of par-
ents, students, and, representa-
tives of the school food author-


ity; and the program shall meet
the requirements of the


provide proof of age, certifica-
tion of a school-entry health


"All employees of the district have the

responsibility to report all actual and

suspected cases of child abuse, aban-

donment or neglect"


School Board


National School Lunch Act and c,, ij,. .anJ. Lof ,_f
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flag and the official flag of .ihalil 0'i [ 'ppl, "im'tudents
Florida shall be displayed daily while they are being trans-
on a suitable flagstaff on the -_-i.ed to or from schooll b\ pii-
grounds of each school and vate citizens.
school board facility when the, *School hazing will not be tol-
weather premits. rated as defined in state
*Homeless children-A statutes.
homeless child shall be given a *Student health-A student
30-school-day exemption to with a special health condi-


Man charged with manslaughter released


tion(s) -such as asthma, diabetes
or hypersensitivity many carry
prescription medication -for


emergency situations on self if
approved by his/her physician
and his/her parent or guardian.
The appro' .l of the physical
and the parent, and information
regarding the medication
required in I.D. must be on file
in the office or clinic. A student
who has permission to self
administer emergency medica-
tion may carr\ the medication
on the school bus. The principal
shall notify- the bus driver and
the transportation department
regarding such students.
When medication is down to
five doses, parent muust be noti-.
fied to send rren\ medication in
an original container.
The requirements for the
administration of medication
, while students are away from
'choIol property (field trips) or
on school business shall be the
same as those while on school
property. All medications
including nonprescription med-
ications that are taken on field
trips or other official. .school
business must be in The original
container. Only trained person-


nel will administer medication
away from the school. site
except for students who have
permission to self administer
emergency medications.
*Student Rcc_.rd.i-Theindi-
Jiduail records of ,children
enrolled in the Voluntary
Prekindergarten -Education Pro-
gram shall, be maintained, as
conflidenrial records exempt
from the public records law as
required by Florida Statutes.
Athletic-.-An automatic
e\teinlal delibfillator (AED)
-will be available for use if
needed at everapreseu l aAnd
ile.ulai interscholastic c'rnist.

such equipr. jt. -
'Drug and Atcohdl Testing-
tesing tor all student athletes
Isee school officials for
details).
*School volunteers-Under
the Jessica Lundsford Act, vol-
unteers are not required to meet
the level 2 screening. It is the
recommendation that the dis-
trcit has some requirement to
screen volunteers.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Fditor

Twenty-year-old Antonio Brown-
ing of Havana, charged two weeks
ago with manslaughter, has been
released from the Gadsden County
Jail. Browning was accused of
killing his best friend, Lamarius
Griffin, 21, in the bedroom of an
apartment in Havana Heights, a pub-
lic housing complex.
"I suppose the state's attorney
found that he did not have enough
evidence. There was no one in the
room except the two of them
(Browning and Griffin) and it can't
be determined whether it was an
accident or not. Both families don't
want charges brought.,.they say that
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Browning maintained that the
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shooting occurred about 1:30 in the
afternoon as. the two men were
alone. Browning was supposedly
standing over Griffin and showing
him a hand gun that he had found.


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once in the head.
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Morgan said they are awaiting the
results from ballistics tests from the
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Pictured above are, left to right, Chris Williams, Jessie Daniels, Branch Manager Ann Lynn and
Company President Donald Johnsa.
Photo by Byron Spires

Suwanee Hardwood moves to Quincy


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

What do you do if you need. a piece
of alder wood to complete your wood
working project? What if you need a
piece of ash or basswood? Where will
you find it?
Well, now it is only a skip and a hop
down the road to Suwanee Hard-
woods. The new hardwood lumber
and plywood retail/wholesale store is
now open and ready to take customers.
The new lumber company is located
at 25040 Blue Star Highway. For those
that have not gotten used to the Blue
Star Highway (US 90) numbers,, the
company is located in the center build-
ing of the old Round Trampoline com-
plex east of Quincy, just before Little
River.
Donald Johnsa, president of Suwanee
Lumber Company, said that plans
were started several years ago by his
brother Richard to open a branch store
in this area. The death of his brother in
an accident three years ago slowed the
process down.
Suwanee specializes in hardwoods
and caters to cabinet and furniture
operations. However they sell in small
quantities to those that like wood hob-
bies as well.
"We are open to anyone who wants to
by our products," Donald said.
Suwanee has been in business since
1961 and originates in Suwanee, Geor-
gia, north of Atlanta along the foothills
of the Appalachians. It is a family
owned and operated business, Donald
said. The company is now in its third
generation of Johnsa's with his
nephews and daughter working for the
company.
Donald's father Barry and his step-


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dren may have had difficulty in the
past. Lessons will be aired for all 3rd
through 10th graders in math, reading,
and writing. The lessons will also air
on local access channels so that par-
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Fires

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list:
* Do you have smoke alarms installed
on very floor?
* Is there an alarm outside every sleep-
ing area?
* Do your smoke alarms work? Do
you test them once per month and
change the batteries every three
months?
* Do you have any smoke alarms in
your home more than 10 years old?-
Replace them.
* Does your family have a fire escape
plan?
* Has your household picked a meet-
ing place outside where everyone can
gather after a fire?
* Does everyone in the house know
the local fire-emergency number?
* Is your stovetop clean no grease,
no spills, no clutter?
* Does an adult stay in the kitchen
when something is cooking?
* Are pot handles turned toward the
back of the stove?
"The single most important thing 1
can stress is the use of fire alarms. We
have them here free, all people have to
do is request them and come by and
pick one up. They were purchased
with a Wal-Mart grant for the public.
In the case of a senior citizen,'we will
come out and install the alarm," Smith
said. The fire department will also
conduct fire home safety inspections
on request.


mother Lillian started the business
when the Atlanta Oak Flooring Com-
pany, where Barry had worked since
the 1930's, went out of business.
Donald came to work with the com-
pany in 1962 and his brother Richard
started in 1965.
The first few years Suwanee was in
business, Donald said they continued
to ply the oak flooring trade.
Carpet got to be the big item and oak
flooring sales plummeted, Donald
said, and the company expanded into
other hardwoods and plywood for the
cabinet and furniture trade.
Donald said that customers traveling
to Suwanee from the South Georgia
and North Florida areas had been one
of the driving forces behind moving to
this area.
Once they decided to venture.into the
area with a branch store, Donald said
they started sending a salesman to
South Georgia. Sales continued to
grow for the area and it was decided to
complete Richard's dream to open a
store here. Quincy was chosen as the
location Donald said becauBe ,.Of access
to the interstate and bciL ne:u ti. e cen-
ter of the territory wheie die cpmnipan)
plans to concentrate distribution of
their hardwood products.
"Plans are to cover about a 150 mile
radius," Donald said.
The day to day operations of the
Quincy branch of the company will be
taken care of by Ann Lynn. Ann has
worked for Suwanee since 1993. She
has since moved to the area and will be
the branch manager.
"I'm excited about being here," Ann
said, adding that she had .already
started plans to retire in Florida when
the company decided to open the new
branch store.

well. A schedule will be provided of
the showing dates.
*All district employees,
faith-based, and governmental men-
tors have been matched with a child
who needs encouragement or tutoring
to help improve his/her achievement.
*Schools throughout the dis-
trict are offering free after school tutor-
ing through February 27. Some
schools are also offering Saturday pro-
grams that focus on intense practice
for all testing materials. To find out
what your child's school is offering,
call the school for more information.
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had some big shoes to fill with the
departure of former manager Roy
Moore, but he is looking forward to
the challenge that management
brings. Moore taught him a lot
about the business and with that
knowledge, Jones said he is com-
fortable.
The store will gradually transform
into a cost-cutters type store, much
like the ones that are becoming
popular in this area. The no-frills
stores, according to Boyd, mean
savings to the customer.
"I'm not quite sure when that's
going to happen. We're looking at
that and some other options. One
thing is for sure, we're going to
have to offer people what they want
and that is savings," Boyd said.
Now in his second week, Jones
said he is a little more comfortable
with his new role every day. "I'm
getting used to it. The employees
and everybody's still the same so
that makes it a lot better," Jones
said.


There will be a grand opening on Sat-
urday for Suwanee from 9 A.M. until 5
P.M., Ann said. It will giye people an
opportunity to see what we have, she
added.
Ann said the company's motto has
always been that if you treat the cus-
tomer good, they will treat you good.
"Even though we cater to the larger
user, we like the individual customer
as well," Ann said. The hobbyist or the
small cabinet maker, she .said, would
like their store. "We will sell you one
board or a truck load," Ann said.
Quality has been an important issue
with the type of lumber Suwanee car-
ries. "Our quality of wood is better
than our chain competitors. We stand
by our quality," Ann said.
Ann added that their customers tell
them that their waste factor is smaller
with the wood that Suwanee sells.
As an economic factor Suwanee has
hired two local employees and plans as
the branch grows to expand their work
force even more.
The company .carries both domestic
and imported hard oodaif and pl ood'
from alder to \.alt "
If \o.,u oiikld kc to. .kno iabuut
Suwanee HI- rds ocids Nti cai cn call Ann
at 850-627-7421 or check their web
site at www.suwaneelumber.com.


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Daniele Mitchell to
give first sermon at
St. Hebron AME Church

Daniele Mitchell will be giving
her first sermon at 11 a.m. Sunday,
Jan. 22 at St. Hebron AME Church
in the St. Hebron Community. Rev.
Clifton Riley, pastor.

Mt. Olive Freewill
Baptist Church news

The pastor-aid committee will be
presenting a fashion show on Jan. 29
at 3 p.m. Everyone is invited. Pastor
William Wiggins, II.

Old Gospel Tabernacle

The Spencers are coming to Old
Gospel Tabernacle Friday, Jan. 20 at
7 p.m. The church is located on Ged-
die Road in Tallahassee.
Everyone is welcome. For informa-
tion call (850) 251-7632 or (850)
663-4554.

FountainHead
AME Church

Fifth Sunday Missonary Coali-
tion with Springfield, Salem and Old
Bethel AME churches. The speaker
will be Rev. Tan Moss.

St. Mark MB Church

St. Mark MB Church will hold a
stewardship workshop at 9 a.m. on
Saturday,' Jan. 21. Special guest
instructor will be Rob Nixon who is
the director of FAMU's Small Busi-
ness Development and Economic
Center. The church is located at 319
Holt Lane in Quincy.


Faith Cornerstone
Church Ministry

Nightly services 7:30 p.m. CST
Monday, January 16 Mt. Moriah
MB Church, Chattahoochee. Pastor
Wooten.
Tuesday, January 17 Agape Christ-
ian Fellowship Center, Quincy.
Pastor Reginald Washington.
Wednesday, January 18 Greater St.
Mark PB church, Tallahassee.
Pastor Chris Burney.
Thursday, January 19 To be
announced.
Friday, January 20 Bishop Randy
Williams and Congregation,


Panama City.
Saturday, January 21 Faith Deliv-
erance Pentecostal Anointed
House of Prayer, Tallahassee.
Pastor Carolyn Albert and True
Believers Church, Gretna. Pastor
Allean Robinson.
Sunday, January 22 Faith Corne-
stone Church Ministry.
The church is located at 5460
Collin Chapel Road in Malone.
Phone: (850) 569-5600. Prophetess
Virginia M. Smith, pastor.

14th anniversary,
celebration The
Dynamic Three

The theme for the anniversary cel-
ebration is: What God Has For Me,
It is For me.
February 2-5 7 p.m. (and as
announced). Guest church at
FountainHead AME (2/2-3) Pas-
tor Debra Love, Mt. Pleasant.
Friendship PB Church (2/4-5). Pas-
tor Spradley. Musical night
Saturday 2/4 7:30 p.m.
Musical Sunday 2/5 3 p.m. Guest
group to appear will be Charles
Davis and Clouds.

Saint John AME Church

The Mattie Jones Missionary
Society presents an "Evening of Cel-
ebration anh Praise" Sunday, Jan. 22
at 4 p.m. The speaker will be Minis-
ter Sheila Miller from On the Move
for Jesus Ministry in Gretna. The
church is located at 4445 Bainbridge
Hwy. in Quincy. Rev. Matthew J.
Bryant is the pastor.

Mt. Zion PB Church
Wednesday 7 p.m. Bible study and
youth teaching.
Thursday 7 p.m. Gospel mass choir
rehearsal.
January 20-21 Middle Florida-
Georgia Founder's Day Observance
at Shiloh PB Church in Tallahassee.
Saturday 9 a.m. Special call meet-
ing for all members of the
Matron's Society.
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Church school;
11 a.m. Morning worship.
Monday and Tuesday 12 noon -
Intercessary prayer.
The clothes closet is available for
those needing this service. Please
call 627-8442 for assistance.
The prayers of the righteous
availeth much. Let us pray for
everyone, especially for our leaders.

Greater Tanner Chapel
AME Church

Saturday, Jan. 28 at 8 a.m. the
Phobee McGee Missionary Soci-
ety's annual clothes give-a-way will
be held. There will be clothing for
men, women and children in all
sizes. Feel free to come and be a part
of our efforts to support our commu-
nities. Bring a friend you feel will
benefit. If transportation is needed,
let us know. This clothes give-a-way
will be provided for those who are
unable to supply clothing for them-
selves or others. For more informa-
tion, please contact sisters, Geral-
dine Rush at 627-2153, Dorothy
Hicks at 627-2489, Willie Mae


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Thomas at 875-4463 or Emma Gray
at 875-9336.
Sunday, Jan. 29 at 4 p.m. the
Phoebee McGee Missionary Society
will present its Evening in White
program. Friendship AME Church's
Pastor Marque Woodard will be the
speaker. Rev. Elizabeth Yates, mis-
sionaries and members of Greater
Tanner Chapel invite you to join
them. The church is located at 1911
Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

United Apostolic
Church holds revival

United Apostolic Church's
revival Breakthrough Celebration.
Elder John Battles, pastor of St.
Peter Apostolic Church in Sawdust
will be the speaker at United Apos-
tolic Church of Jesus Christ January
23-27 at 7:30 p.m. The church is
located on Attapulgus Hwy. 65.
Annie Johnson is pastor.

All Nations Praise and
Worship Ministries

The pastor's union service will
begin at 4 p.m. on the fourth Sunday.
You don't want to miss this. Come
and be blessed. All Nations Praise
and Worship Ministries is located at
108 N. Madison in Quincy. Host
pastor is Dorothy A. Frazier.

Second Elizabeth MB
Church to host new
year's program

The Deacon/Deaconess Ministry
of Second Elizabeth Missionary
Baptist Church will host its Annual
New Year's Program on Sunday,
Jan. 22 at 11 a.m. The messenger for
this program is Elder Alice Diggs.
Family and friends are welcome to
come and worship with the SEMB
family. For more information, please
contact Chairman of Deacon Min-
istry John Borden, or Chairman of
Deaconess Ministry Marsha Shaw at
627-6363.

Salem AME Church

Everyone is invited to attend
Salem's Annual Lay Day on Sunday,
Jan. 22 at 3 p.m. The guest speaker
will be the Rev. Carl Hill who is pas-
tor of Union Chapel AME. Salem
AME is located at 205 Kemp Street
in Greensboro. Rev. Charlie
Worthen is the pastor.

Greenshade AME

Greenshade AME Church will be
host church for Quincy choir union
lat 2:45 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22. The
public is invited.

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Obit trie

Tommy Louis Britt, Sr.

STommy Louis Britt, Sr., 78, a
iativc of Gadsden County, died on
Sunday, January 15, 2006 in Tallahas-
Pee. He Was a member of Greater Tan-
er Chapel.
Funeral services are at 10 a.m. Sat-
Srday, Jan. 21 at Greater Tanner
Chapel, with burial at Sunnyvale
)Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to
p.m. Friday, Jan. 20 at Bradwell
,Mortuary, who has charge of arrange-
aents.
He is survived by his daughter,
Alvesta Britt Walker of Miami; sons,
Tommy Britt (Bernadine) of Quincy,
Douglas Britt (Mary) of Minneapolis, "
MN; Donald Britt (Sharon) Berry-
)wine, MD, Wallace Britt (Sharon),
;nd Tony Britt of Quincy; 17 grand-
phildren and nine great-grandchildren.

oarah Jane Creedon

Sarah Jane Creedon, 27, of Wetumpka, died Sunday, January 15, 2006 at
er home.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19 at St. Thomas The
postle Catholic Church in Quincy. Charles McClellan Funeral Home has
Large of arrangements.
She is survived by her mother and step-father, Mary Jane and Ronald
igdon of Lake Talquin; her father and step-mother, Brian and Carole Cree-
klon of Zanesfield, OH; sisters, Meagan Creedon of Quincy and Elizabeth
Creedon of Zanesfield, OH. and a niece, Tori Ann Creedon of Quincy.

hhelma P. Deloney
Thelma P. Deloney, 79, of Quincy,
died on Saturday, January 15, 2006.
She was a native of Gadsden County,
And a member of Old Bethel AME
~Church.
Funeral services are at 2 p.m. on :
Thursday, Jan. 19 at Old Bethel AME
Church with the Rev. Willie E. Brown
officiating, and burial at Sunnyvale
Cemetery. Betsey Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her son, Roy L.
Drake of Atlanta, GA; a grandson and ,
,a great-grandson.

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Mary Lenice Granthum, 85, who retired from the Florida Depart-
ment of Labor and Employment, died Wednesday, January 11, 2006.
The graveside service was January 12 at Woodland Cemetery in Havana.
Bevis Funeral Home handled arrangements. Memorial contributions may be
made to Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch, P.O. Box 2000, Boys Ranch, FL.
32064.
Survivors include her brother, Dr. John T. Elkins of Tallahassee,
and her sisters, Mrs. William Underhill, and Mrs. Nonnie Zeigler (Hugh)
both of Havana. She also was a loving aunt to numerous nieces and
nephews.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Sue Ellen, and a son, John
Anthony Granthum.

Vernon W. Holcombe
Vernon W. Holcombe, 66, who retired from Gadsden County's Road and
Bridge Department, died Thursday, January 12, 2006. He is survived by his
wife, Irene Segers Holcombe of Sycamore.
Funeral services were January 16 at Sycamore United Methodist Church,
with burial at Sycamore Cemetery. Charles McClellan Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C, Marianna, FL. 32446, or a charity of
choice.
Other survivors are his daughters, Dana Morris (Gene) of Blountstown,
Donna Ethridge (Jimmy) of Chattahoochee and Angela Holcombe of
Sycamore; his grandchildren, Zachary Morris, Isabella Holcombe and
Brooks Ethridge; his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Clyde and Mary
Joyce Segers of Blountstown, his sister-in-law, Wanda Segers of Lynn
Haven; and sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Joyce and Russell Waldorff of
Bartow.
He was preceded in death by his parents Rufus and Lovie Holcombe.

Tiffani LaShay Ivory
Tiffani LaShay Ivory, 18, a senior
at East Gadsden High School, died on
Thursday, January 12, 2006 in Quincy.'
She was a native of Gadsden County,
and a member of Tabernacle
COCWIH.
Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Sat- !'
urday, January 21 at Tabernacle
COCWIH in .Gretna, with burial at *, .
Sunnyvale Cemetery. Visitation will
be from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20 at
Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of
arrangements.
She is survived by her mother,
Patricia Bell; her step-father, Freddie ....
Bell, III, and her father Larry Ivory all ..
of Quincy; she is also survived by. a ,,, .-;.
brother, Derrick Mashburn of Quincy; t"
a sister, Jasmine Wright of Tallahas-
see; her maternal grandmother, Margie ., ..
Robinson of Quincy; her paternal
grandmother, Mittie Doretha Cook; paternal grandfathers Milton Cook of
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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 for
that week's issue. Information may
also be faxed to us at 627-7191 or
brought to our office at 15 S.
Madison, Quincy.


Alphonzo Robinson, Vanita Daniels

Vanita Daniels, Alphonzo

Robinson to wed May 13


Ann Dickie and Joyce Huntley
would like to announce the wedding
of their daughter Veriita Daniels to
Alphonzo Robinson. He is the son
of the late Ruby Gainous Lawrence
and Jessie Johnson.
The wedding is planned for May
13 at Greater Tanner Church in


Quincy.
The bride to be is a 1996 gradu-
ate, and is employed at American
Home Patient.
Th6 future groom is a graduate of
James A. Shanks class of 1976, and
is employed at Florida State Hospi-
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Mathew Ward, Kristy Maardy

Kristy Mabardy, Mathew

Ward engaged to mary

Charly and Beverly Mabardy of State University with a bachelor's
Chattahoochee announce the and a master's degree in special
engagement of their daughter, education. She presently is
Kristy Ann to Mathew Blake Ward employed by the Gadsden County
of Lake City. He is the son of Nolan SchoolWBoard as a special education
and Debbie Ward of Lake City. teacher 'at East Gadsden High
Grandparents of the future bride School.
are James and Mary Stephens, and The prospective groom is a grad-
the late Harold and Ella Mabardy all uate of Lincoln High School in Tal-
of Chattahoochee. lahassee. He also was graduated
The groom-elect's grandparents from Tallahassee Community Col-
are the late Herman, Sr. and Retha lege with an associate in arts degree.
Dyal, and Clifton, Sr. and Mildred He currently is employed by the
Ward of Lake City. City of Chattahoochee as a police
The bride-elect is a graduate of officer.
Chattahoochee High School. She The wedding will be an event of
also was graduated from the Florida Saturday, March 18, 2006, at 2 p.m.
EST at Grace Community Baptist
Church, located at 2059 Booster
Club Road in Bainbridge, GA. A
S', reception will follow at the fellow-
ship hall of Chattachoochee First
United Methodist Church.
No invitations are being sent
locally, however, all friends and rel-
atives of the couple are invited to
attend the wedding and the recep-
tion.


Happy first birthday
Ny'Asya Williams

Ny'Asya Kamaya Williams was
a year old on January 12. She cele-
brated her birthday on January 14
with family and friends at a Dora
the Explorer birthday party.
Ny'Asya is the daughter of Letina
Broadnax. She is the granddaughter
of Leewood-Brown Cannon and
King R. Cannon. She is the god-
daughter of Shenika Mathews,
Eddie Washington and Janorris
Rittman.

Garden Club hosts
pileau dinner today

The Quincy Garden Club will be
hosting its annual pileau dinner
today from 5-7 at the Quincy Gar-
den Center located at 204 E. Jeffer-
son Street. Please use the Washing-
ton Street entrance behind the Gar-
den Center for drive thru pick up
service. Tickets are $6. Please call
(850) 567-7302 to purchase. The
Garden Club thanks you for your
support.

RiverChase Care Center
says "thank you"

On behalf of the residents of
RiverChase Care Center, we would
like to say thank you for all of the
special gifts that were donated to
the residents during the Christmas
season. Thanks to the many
churches, civic organizations, busi-
nesses, and our Sheriff (Morris
Young) and his staff for coming to
our facility and making a difference
in the lives of our residents.
We appreciate your kindness,
and generous donations.

TLT adds more acting
classes for adults
Due to demand, an additional
eight week Acting Up! class for
mature adults will be held Thurs-
days 10 am 12 noon beginning
February 9, at the theatre.
Information and registration 224-
4597 or info@tallahasseelittlethe-
atre.org.
Eight weeks of Sunday afternoon
Scene Study classes conducted by
Marlene DuBois, TLT Adult Acting
Instructor, begin January 29. Infor-
mation: 894-2585 or by calling the
theatre 224-4597.


Desmond celebrates
his first birthday

Desmond ReShard Wood, son of
Shewanda Sanders and Lewis
"Rocky" Wood, celebrated his first
birthday on January 14. Desmond
has three older sisters, Destiny,
Imani and Breundrea.
His maternal grandparents are
Christine Simmons, Charles Lee
Sanders, and the late Dorthea
Sanders. Paternal grandparents are
Henry "Book" Wood and the late
Annie Mae Moye. His godparents
are Jackie Simmons and Shereka
Young.
Desmond celebrated his birthday
with family and friends at a Spider-
man party.


Quincy to hold forum
on Quincyfest 2006
The City of Quincy will be hold-
ing a community forum. on Quin-
cyfest 2006 on Monday, Jan. 23 at 6
p.m. in the City Commission Cham-
bers at City Hall. Everyone inter-
ested in helping with Quincyfest is
welcome to come and share your
ideas. Please contact the Building
and Planning Department at (850)
627-7681 ext. 226 with any ques-
tions or comments.
James A. Shanks class
of 1985 meeting
James A. Shanks class of 1985
will have a meeting on Sunday, Jan.


22 at 4 p.m. at Quincy City Hall. For
more information contact Shelia
Thomas at (850) 875-4934.

James A. Shanks class of
1997 reunion meeting

The class of 1997 will have a
meeting at 3 p.m. on Jan. 21 at
Shanks Park. We are asking all
classmates to attend to discuss the
class reunion. The class will also
have a raffle for a valentine basket.
The tickets will be $1. If you have
questions, please contact Kenya
Miller Ray at 627-2599 or Ella Pow-
ell Allen at 875-2823.


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his first birthday

ZyQuartus O'Morton Hall, the
loving, caring and outstanding son
of Rochelle Hall, will be a year old
on Jan. 22. His maternal grandpar-
ents are Lula Mae Wooden,
Lawrence Hall, Jennie Brown and
Vanessa Keys.. He is the great-
grandson of Rachel Wooden.
ZyQuartus' godparents are Julia
Shaw, Joan Bridges, Melissa Paden
and Arenta George.
Friends and family are invited to
ZyQuartus' birthday party at the
police and fire substation, 650
Industrial Drive in Tallahassee on
Jan. 21 at 3 p.m.

Send news items about your
club, birthdays, weddings,
anniversaries, engagements
to The Gadsden County
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ot Precious Alls and NMesheaux
iJ .,s Parker. Her maternal Randd parents
are Deloris AlIs and Bilv Als. Her
paternal grandparents are Bobbie
i X- Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parker ,
of St Pete. Her great grandparents
S:.^ .a.i are Dora & Raymond Gibson,
4 lMfred Alls, and Vassie Richardson & Lottie Parker.
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Elizabeth "Lizzie" Noel Anderson
of Quincy celebrated her first birth-
day on December 16, 2005 with her
big brother, Caleb, and many other
friends and family.
She is the daughter of Ralph and
Niki Anderson. Lizzie's maternal
grandparents are Lamar and Margie
Sims, and her paternal grandparents
are Ralph and Debra Anderson.
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Best Western Hotel now open for business in Midway


by BYRON SPIRES
Times Staff Writer

Fifty new rooms are now
available along the Gadsden
.County stretch of Interstate 10.
The Best Western Hotel is up
and running at the Midway
Interstate 10 exit. The hotel is
located just east of the Pilot
Truck Stop on US 90.
Shirley and Gary Patel opened
"the new hotel in October of last
year and have been pleased with
,.the reception so far. "We are
doing well," Gary said about the
brand new hotel.
The hotel added nine new jobs
'to the community when it
opened, six of those were filled
,by Gadsden county residents,
,Gary stated. The rest of the
,employees are students from
5,Tallahassee.
s. Gary is proud of the new hotel
-,which provides a number of
amenities to its guest. There is
an outdoor swimming pool, each
room' comes equipped with a
microwave, refrigerator, laundry
room, TV, and wireless and con-
necting internet service. The
hotel also offers a business cen-
ter with computers for internet
service.
Gary said that the Midway


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vehicle fires, and small shed-type
structures. "The firefighter could
handle maybe 80 percent of the
,calls, which is much better than the
'current situation with no full time
firefighter," he said.
One firefighter would cost the
-county about $32,000 per year.
The county, according to Beasley,
Is in need of four new fire stations.
;The decision was made last year to
build a fire station in Robertsville
rather than to expand and upgrade
The old facility. Robertsville has
-been built.Three other stations,
'Gretna, Dogtown and the High
Bridge area, .are next. The floor
plans and specifications for the
building_- have been accepted.
Gretna has the needed land; how-
ever, land in Highbridge and Dog-
town will have to be acquired. The
best scenario will be to have the land
donated by the Division of Forestry.
The stations could be built, com-
pleted, and ready to move in for
$210,000 each or $840,000 for all
four.
Midway also wants another fire
station on the west side of the rail
road tracks. It has been a concern for
a number of years by community
leaders that a train would prevent
fire fighters from getting to a loca-
tion west of the tracks. And leaders
are even more concerned now that
-hundreds of new homes are either
,completed or under construction
4on State Road 268.
. Beasely said Midway is currently
looking into getting a grant to con-'
-struct a fire training academy which
would also include the substation.
Commin..sii)i chariman Ed Dixon
said a new substation in Midway
(would do nothing to decrease the
Response time to homes in High-
'bridge. "I applaud Mr. Piller for
looking out for Midway, that's what
-he's supposed to do. Somebody has
to look out for the people in the
county," Dixon said. Beasely said he
would try to persuade Midway to
locate the substation, should the
the


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commissioners that the budget is a
powerful tool because it establishes
consistent and reliable budgeting
that facilitates goal setting and
progress.
"An improved budget process allo-
cates scarce resources to multiple
programs and improves decisions
and operations," Suggs said. He
added that commissioners should
view the budget and the budget
process as more than a document
detailing revenues and expenditures.
According to Suggs, the budget is a
policy document for operations, a
management guide, a financial plan,
and a communications tool. He also
introduced a Fiscal Year 2007
budget calendar to commissioners.
It consisted of: January-March, goal
setting 'and initial budget develop-
mein. Apiil-June. budget analhsi
and .idiimni.traiion and Bouad at"
Count\ Commii'.ioners budgiL
hearings; Jul-Sept, re\e\\ and
adoption of tentative and final oper-


eating and capital budgets.
Each commissioner was asked to
list two top priorities for the county
and return them to the manager by
February 27.
Suggs said in the past commission-
ers were presented with a budget
and the only input was to make
amendments. "This way, the com-
missioners drive the budget," he
said.

GOP to meet
The Executive Committee of the
Gadsden County Republican Party
will hold its monthly meeting on
Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. The
meeting, held at Nicholson Farm
House Restaurant in Havana, is
open to all Republicans. For more
information call 562-5011 or '875-
6204.


way.


State approve the grant, closer to
Highbridge.
On another matter, the issue of
insurance ratings, Beasely said in
order to have a class 8/7 rating (the
lower the rating the lower the insur-
ance policy) water lines and
hydrants would have to be located
throughout the county. Currently
Talquin Electric cannot guess at the
cost to provide water to all area of
the county. "Rough estimates come
in at $6 million plus. There are a
great number of factors that go into
the cost," Beasley said.
Dixon said he wants to work With
Talquin to come up with a better
solution. "We have a meeting with
Talquin next week and that is one of
the issues we plan to discuss," said
county manager Marlon Brown.
The second part of the workshop
was a 45-minute ,,,,sPig adet
De\e lopnient and Managemefit.
Davin Suggs, director of the Office
of Management and Budget, told


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to Quincy, Havana and Tallahas-
see. The best part he says is easy
access to downtown Tallahassee
and the FSU and FAMU sports
centers which are less than ten
miles away.
In addition, Gary said that it
had been a pleasure working
with the City of Midway. He
said that the permitting process
had been easy and allowed him
to get his hotel up and running in
a very timely manner.
Best Western, Gary said, was
his choice for the hotel because
of the outstanding customer
services the corporation offers
their patrons.
"Best Western is the largest
hotel chain in the world with
over 4200 hotels," Gary said. In
addition the hotel chain is mem-
ber owned and they share in the
savings of being the world's
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able in Gadsden County along
the Interstate 10 corridor to 137,
Gary said.
By April, Gary said the hotel
will not be the only business on
the property. A new building is
going up between the hotel and
US 90.
Lindy's Fried Chicken will be
housed in half of the building
with City Liquors, owned by the
Patel's, in the other half.
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(Rontemplations

BY: Alice DuPont


Let's party or maybe not


OPINIONS


finding Roads

By: Byron Spires


Cleaning out the dirt dobbers


I'm not as young as I used to
be and the body made me
painfully aware of that fact
this past weekend.
I could party with the best of
them in years gone by and
that's not to say that I don't
like a good party with lots of
good music, dancing, in the
company of sociable and
friendly people. I have always
like parties and I always will I
suppose. I've been known to
throw one for any reason.
My niece had her big 5-0
Party this weekend in West
Palm Beach. Just about the
whole family hit the road Fri-
day afternoon or Saturday
morning. It was Debbie's
party, the one she had been
planning for two years, and
we weren't going to miss it.
Like me, Debbie enjoys a
good party. So we all knew
this was going to be one to
remember.
First of all, she asked every-
one to wear white. It guess
that must be the thing because
I went to another Fabulous
Fifty party a few months back
and everybody was asked to
wear white. -: G ,
When I got there late Friday
night, I went straight to the
pre-party at her daughter's
house that lasted into the wee


hours. Then I got up early to
accompany my sister-in-law to
a meeting. After the meeting, I
collected friends and family
and went to the mall for those
last minute things that I (con-
veniently) left at home.
Of course we only had two
hours to shop so we went
through Palm Beach, Gardens
Mall in record time. I think
everybody got something.
With little time to dress we
arrived at the party fashion-
ably late, meaning before the
guest of honor. No rest yet.
The party was great from the
three food stations to the
James Brown impersonator. It
was all good. I danced and
danced and danced. The party
continued at my sister's house
until all of us just collasped.
After breakfast, too early in
the morning for me, we hit the
road back home. Although I
slept most of the way, I felt
like I was carrying a sack of
bricks when I finally got
home. The shower and bed
were calling. The shower was
answered first and then the
;bed. Monday piornin,g rolled
i ond anrrd bricks-v-ere still in
the sack on mi back. When I
say I had to drag myself out of
bed, that's exactly what I
mean.


Take back control


Dear Editor,

The Constitution.
This is a document written by a
group of men hoping to establish
as close to a free nation of a free
people without the oversight by
it's government into the individual
lives of each citizen.
Life, Liberty and the pursuit of
Happiness, has nothing to do with
abortion, the death penalty, gay
marriage, which church you
chose, if any.
Most of these issues should be


Must do better


Dear Editor,

Congratulations to the winner
of the district spelling bee. It was
an honor for my 4th grade daugh-
ter to compete with other elemen-
tary and junior high school stu-
dents. However, I was very disap-
pointed when she spelled a word
incorrectly. The word was shin-
gles.
The word-caller pronounced
the word as "shangles." She heard
"shangles" and she spelled
"shangles." My daughter was not
the only contestant affected.
Spelling bee word-callers should
have the ability to articulate every
word so that eachcontestant has a
fair chance.
Judges, you dropped the ball.
Gadsden County, we must do bet-
ter!


Mylette Perry


It seems like just yesterday, I
could drive to West Palm
Beach, party all weekend and
be ready for anything on Mon-
day morning and be bright-
eyed and ready for whatever
was thrown my way. Monday
morning, I just hoped it would
be uneventful and I could
attend a nice, quiet MLK
Breakfast and come to the
office for a nice, quiet
uneventful day.
By Monday night the bag of
rocks was almost gone, I was
beginning to feel like my old
self. I hate to think that I's
going to have to tone down
my partying, but I guess I will
have to sit out a few dances
now and then. But then, the
fabulous Fifty only comes
once in a life time and I
wouldn't have missed Deb-
bie's for the world, even if I
had to pay for the fun for two
days.
Let's see who's next for the
Big 5-0.? I have a few years to
get ready for the 50th party for
the next round of nieces. I'll
be*in my 60s and that's just
-about what I need to get ready
:,fqjthree parties back-to-back.
If their parties are anything
like the one last weekend, I'll
be ready to retire or at least
take a long vacation.


left to the family, community,
church if so chosen by the family,
and at best, the States, in which we
choose to live.
The Federal Govenment has
out grown it usefulness to the peo-
ple when it tries to do more than
protect us from outside invasion,
and inward criminals and terrorist.
More harm is being done
to us, by our own leaders in the top
Federal Divisions, President,
Court, and Congress,' than from
any outside source.
Wake up my fellow Americans
and vote to take back control of
our country.

Don Strickland


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I have been on a cleaning kick
now for the past few months
and have systematically been
going through my house a
room at the time.
My idea has been to get rid of
all of the stuff I don't need and
organize all of the things I want
to keep.
It is a grand endeavor for me
and for the most part I have
done a fairly good job and have
hauled off quite a bit of stuff.
And by the way all of the stuff
that I have hauled off did not
end up on the side of the road
or down some two-rut road on
somebody's property,
Although, my "keep" pile-was
quite a bit larger than my
"throw away" pile.
All of the items that were sal-
vagable in my throw away pile
got new homes and the rest
(real junk) were put in the
dumpster, neatly contained in
plastic garbage bags.
I still have some more stuff to
go through, but I have made a
large hole in my 30 or so years
of pack-ratting.
Although I have made a large
dent in the stuff I've stored
away in the house I still have a
10 foot by 20 foot shed that
needs cleaning out.
I have procrastinated for sev-
eral years about cleaning out
my shed. Again this past sum-
mer I told myself it was too hot
to clean out the shed. So as the
good procrastinator that I am I
promised myself that as soon as
the weather turned cold I would
clean out my shed once and for
all.
I also had another reason for
waiting until cold weather: I
don't like spiders and my shed
always has a good crop of spi-
ders. I also didn't want to pick
up a snake thinking it was a
piece of pipe or rope.
Snakes and spiders hibernate
for the most part during cold
weather, so I figured that would
be the best time to move all of
my stuff out of the shed.
As you know it has now


turned cold and I decided I
would not procrastinate any
more. I'm very proud of
myself, I have been cleaning
out my shed.
Which brings me to an age
old question. What was I think-
ing when I saved some of this
stuff?
I thought it was bad in the
house, but it's terrible in my
shed.
So far I have two or three
boxes full of stuff that I'm not
real sure is mine.
I know people steal stuff from
your shed, but do people actu-
ally bring stuff by and hide it in
your shed?
You would not believe the
stuff I have found.
I have at least 10,000 rusty
nails, maybe even more. Ironi-
cally it hasn't been but a couple
of months ago that I bought
some nails. I just couldn't get
to those in the shed for all the
other stuff in the way.
That's just the tip of the ice-
berg. I also have hundreds of
odd-shaped pieces of metal
from a quarter-inch long to
nearly a foot long. Add a cou-
ple hundred more screws, nuts
and bolls to that and you get
the idea.
I had plates, cups, old cooking
utensils, boxes full of paper-
work, broken tools, damaged
fishing gear, several tires, and
boxes of stuff I've yet to open.
Let me say before I go too far
that none of this stuff was well
organized by any stretch of the
imagination.
Did I mention, too, that inter-
twined in all of my stuff were
some of the biggest spiders I
have ever seen. Thankfully
they were slow moving and I
got out of their way. I haven't
seen a Black Widow spider, but
they do like to hide in places
like my shed and I have cer-
tainly been on the lookout for
the little red hourglass spider.
No Brown Recluse spiders
either.
So far I've not uncovered any


hibernating copperheads.
But I have a pile of dirt dob-
ber nests. Nearly everything in
my shed that was not in some-
thing has a dirt nest on it.
For those that don't know
what a "dirt dobber" is, well let
me enlighten you.
Technically they are called
mud dauber wasp and are soli-
tary in nature. The females
build their nest out of a mix of
their saliva and mud. Who
would have guessed.
Although they are a nuisance
and build their nest almost any-
where, like house eaves, on my
tools, on my outboard motor
and in lawn mower carburetors.
They like to eat spiders, which
makes them a friend of mine.
They especially like Black
Widow spiders, another reason
I like them.
It is those spiders that they
like so well, that they put in
their mud nest that will feed
their larvae babies as they
mature.
They are about an inch long,
black or black and yellow and
look like their more aggressive
cousin the red wasp, especially
if-they buzz by you at 100
M.P.H. But they don't normally
bite you, that is unless you pro-
voke them. So I leave them
alone. If you are not sure if it is
a dirt dobber or a biting wasp,
get the heck away from it.
Let me add that I have never
b6en bitten by a dirt dobber,
but I know what those other
wasps, yellow jackets and hor-
nets are capable of doing.
So, cleaning out my shed has
taken on an air of adventure for
me as I have dodged spiders,
looked for snakes and hauled
off dirt dobber nests.
I've got all of the big stuff out
in the yard and have already
donated two small truck loads
of stuff to someone that likes to
collect stuff.
I'll keep most of the rest of
the stuff I guess. I mean I can't
with a clear mind give away
10,000 rusty nails can I?
. -:, "- '_ : ii' t.,
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Resting decoys...........

A duck boat, a couple of paddles and some decoys is what it takes to settle a duck hunter's
urge to put on his waders and take to the lake. These decoys are showing their twenty plus
years of age as they rest on the bow of the duck boat.
photo by Byron Spires


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Mary Ann Jackson


Mary Ann Jackson, 58, of Quincy.
died on Thursday, January 12, 2006 in
Tallahassee. She was a native of Gads-
den County, and a member of Hard-
away COCWIH.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. Jan.
21 at Deliverance Temple Ministries
in Chattahoochee, with burial at Sun-
nyvale Cemetery. Visitation will be
from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20 at
Bradwell Mortuary, who has charge of
arrangements.
She is survived by her husband,
James Jackson; daughters, Demetrice
Jackson and Belinda Jackson all of
Quincy; her sons, Carlos Jackson of
Quincy, Willie Jackson (Melissa) of
Tallahassee and Craig Jackson (Leti-
tia) of Quincy; and eight grandchil-
dren.


Benefit set for Reginald Ray


On behalf of Reginald Ray, we are
inviting the general public ON Feb-
ruary 4, at 7 p.m. at James A.
Shanks Middle School Gymnasium.
Ray has survived a debilitating ill-
ness. He is minister of music at St.
John Church of God in Christ. He
has served as interim minister of
music for The Big Bend Church of
God in Christ District, while Dr.
Frances Stallworth was out of the

Bloodmobile in Quincy
The mobile unit for the Southeast-
ern Community Blood center will
be at Gadsden CI in Quincy from
11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 23.

Carter-Parramore
class of 1968
fellowship program

The Carter-Parramore High
School class of 1968 fellowship
program will be at 3 p.m. on Sun-
day, Jan. 29 at Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church.
For more information, please con-
tact R. Davis at (850) 627-8641 or J.
Sailor at (850) 875-4383.
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country.
Ray is well known for providing
musical services for weddings in the
area. He is a member of Karen
Washington and the New Singing
Stars quartet.
The program will showcase tal-
ented musicians, praise dancers,
singers and excellent gospel music.
You may contact Sandra Robinson
at 875-2481 for more information.


Emanuel Kennon

Emanuel Kennon, 94, of Midway, died on Saturday, January 16, 2006 at
home. He was a native of Gadsden County, and a member of Church of God
in Prophecy.
Funeral services are at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Church of God in
Prophecy with Elder Darryl Forbes officiating, and burial at St. John Ceme-
tery. Betsey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include his daughters, Idella Price and Bessie Peeples both of
Midway, his sons, James Mitchell of Quincy, James Kennon and David
Kennon of Clearwater; 15 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren and seven
great-great-grandchildme.

Walter "Dilly" Pickles,

Walter "Dilly" Pickles, 68, of Havana, died Thursday, January 12, 2006.
A memorial service was Jan, 15, with Beggs Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Centr Blvd., Tall., FL. 32308, or a favorite charity.
He was born in Aucilla, and had resided in Havana since 1956. He retired
from Floridin Mines as a plant supervisor, and was a US veteran serving in
the National Guard. Walter and his wife owned and operated DeLacy Farm
Sod. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Havana.
He is survived by his wife, Lynda Pickles of Havana; his sons, Joe Dan
Pickles (Shannon) of Pembrook Pines and John Pat Pickles (Meaghan) of
Havana; his brothers, Gerald Pickles (Christin) of Immokalee, Kenneth
Pickles (Carolc) of Hawthorne, Jack Pickles (Margaret) of Tallahassee, Dale
Pickles of DeFuniak Springs and Victor Pickles (Alyssa) of Tallahassee; his
sisters, Muriel Verser of Havana, Marilyn Rosbough of Tallahassee and
Blanche Blank (Charles) of Tallahassee and a grandson, John Patrick

Willie James Poole

Willie James Poole, 55, of Havana, died at home on Monday, January 9,


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2006. He was a native of Gadsden County.
Funeral services were January 14, with burial at Mt. Zion AME Church
Cemetery. Ivey Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his father, Council Lee Poole, Sr. of Havana, his
mother, Rebecca Mills of Louisiana, a brother, Council Lee Poole, Jr. also
of Louisiana; an aunt, Mgry Elizabeth Morgan of Miami and a nephew,
Terry Poole of Havana.

Catherine Washington Proctor

Catherine Washington Proctor, 69,
of Quincy, died Saturday, January 14,
2006 in Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-
tal. A native of Quincy, she was a
member of Bethal AME Church of
Attapulgus, GA.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m.
Saturday, January 21 at Bethal AME
Church, with burial at Bethal AME
Church Cemetery. Visitation will be
from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, January 20
followed by a wake service from 7
p.m. to 8 p.m. at Bradwell Mortuary,
who has charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her daughter,
Catherine Cheryl Davis (Leod) of Tallahassee; her grandsons, Jordan and
Gerrod Davis of Tallahassee; her brothers Willie Gus Washington (Peggy)
of Jersey City, N.J. and John Washington (Roberta) of Valdosta, GA; sis-
ters-in-law, Anna R. Washington of Attapulgus, Annie Bradwell (Freddie
Lee) of Quincy, Lucille Smith of Quincy, Emma Daniels (Alphonso, Sr.) of
Tallahassee and Betty D. Proctor of Rochester, N.Y.; her brothers-in-law,
J.C. Proctor (Marian) of Rochester, N.Y., Willie James Proctor of Rochester,
N.Y., and Nook Proctor, Jr. (Lillie) of Chattahoochee.


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MEETING NOTICE
The Second January 2006 Regular Meeting will be Tuesday, January
24, 2006 starting 6:00 p.m. as previously approved and advertised by
the County Commission. The following items have been agendaed for
the January 24, 2006 Regular County Commission Meeting. Awards
Presentations and Appearances: Medicare Part D., Federal Prescription
DrUgb PrO6 ra'4 'Co0ent 'for Approval: Minutes of 11/28/05 Special
Meeting; 12/06/05 Special Meting; 12/06/05 Regular Meeting; 12/13/05
Regular Meeting; Payment of Accounts Payable and Payroll; Florida
Department of Transportation County Incentive Grant Program Project
Submittals; State Homeland Security Grant/Sub-Agreement with
Apalachee Regional Planning Council; Special Assessment Liens for SHIP
Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance Program; Special Assessment
Liens and Rehabilitation Contracts for SHIP Housing Rehabilitation
Program; Public Hearings: Owens Comprehensive Plan Amendment-
CPA 2005-23 Small Scale Amendment-Second Reading of Ordinance
2006-001; Thompson Comprehensive Plan Amendment-CPA 2005-20-
Large Scale Amendment (transmittal) (continued item from 12/13/05):
General Business: Budget Amendments; County Manager: Miscellaneous
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Resolution No. 2006-003 Honoring the Life of Elder William M. Maxwell,
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R.F.M. names speaking contest class winners


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Pictured left to right are Jessica Joyner, Mandy Clark, Sallie Willis, and Megan Rowan.


'Miss Munroe' to be crowned


The organizations of Robert F.
Munroe Day School recently
announced contestants for the crown-
pig of "Miss Munroe."
i This year the ceremony will take
place at half time of the boys' basket-
ball game against Aucilla Christian
school. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.
Orheir respective peers have chosen
representatives from the Beta Club,
Anchor Club, Student Council, and
Paw Print as members of the "Miss
Munroe" Court.
Mandy Clark, daughter of Mark
pnd Reethia Clark of Quincy, repre-
sents Student Council and will be
escorted by her father.
Mandy was a member of the Anchor
Zlub her freshman year. She is also a
three-year member of the Student
Council her sophomore, junior and
senior years. She served as her fresh-
mnan class's representative on the
homecoming court.
' Mandy has played the #1 position for
the varsity tennis team for six years
and has received player of the week
honors for the county as well as the
3ig Bend each of these years.
! In tennis she is a three-time recipient
bf the coaches' award and has been
,elected most valuable player each of
the past six years.
Mandy was First Team All Big Bend
Player her freshman, sophomore and
junior years. Her freshman year she
Was a district finalist in #1 singles and
#1 doubles. Her sophomore year she
won the district championship at #1
doubles and was again a finalist at #1
singles. Mandy was district finalist at
the #1 doubles position her junior year.
Mandy is also a five-year member of
the varsity volleyball team with honors
as player of the week in the county as
well as the Big Bend for each year.
Her freshman year she was selected as
best all around player. Her junior year
she was named best offensive player,
first team all county and an honorable
mention all-Big Bend player.
J Mandy has participated in the dual-
Onrollment program with Tallahassee
Community College.
Jessica Joyner, daughter of Bradley
and Melanie of Joyner of Quincy, rep-
resents Beta Club and will be escorted
by her father.
: Jessica is a three-year member of the
Anchor Club. She is also a three-year
inember of Senior Beta Club. Jessica
is secretary of the senior class. She
served as class secretary her freshman
and junior years and was treasurer her
sophomore year. She is a current
member of The Paw Print staff. She


was a member of the Student Council
in 11th grade.
Jessica is a four-year member of the
varsity volleyball team and was named
All County player of the week her
sophomore and junior years. During
her freshman year she received the
Coaches' Award, and her sophomore
year she was honorable mention All
Big Bend player in volleyball.
Jessica is also a four-year member of
the varsity tennis team. Her freshman
year she was selected as rookie of the
year. Her sophomore year she
received the most improved player
award. She took first place Class A
Girls' Tennis Championship for Dis-
trict 4 singles and was an honorable
mention All Big Bend player. ,
Jessica has participated in. the dual
enrollment program with Tallahassee
Community College her junior and
senior years.
Megan Rowan is the daughter of
Tim and Karen Rowan of Quincy. She
represents Anchor Club will also be
escorted by her father.
Megan is a three-year member of
Anchor Club, and she was president-
elect her junior year. Megan is
presently serving as the Anchor Club
president. She is a four-year member
of Senior Beta Club. In this, her sen-
ior year, Megan represents her class a
member of the Student Council. She
currently serves as senior class treas-
urer. She is also a senior member of
The Paw Print staff.
Megan is a two-year member of the
varsity softball team.
Sallie Willis, daughter of Bill and
Patsy Willis of Greensboro, represents
the Paw Print staff and will be escorted
by her father.
Sallie served as class president her
freshman year and was treasurer her
junior year. She is a senior member of
The Paw Print staff.
Sallie is a four-year member of the
varsity volleyball team. Her freshman
year she was selected as most valuable
player, received the top server award
and was an honorable mention All Big
Bend player. She was awarded most
improved player her sophomore year
and was the recipient of the defensive
award her junior year. As a five-year
member of the varsity softball team
Sallie has been recognized several
times as county player of the week.
Her sophomore and junior years Sallie
received the top pitcher award. She
was named to the all county softball
team and was an honorable mention
All Big Bend player. Sallie is also a
two-year member of the varsity bas-


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Top HMS spellers

HMS held its Annual Spelling Bee on December 15. The first place win-
ner is an 8th grader, Cornelius Smith. The second place winner is a 7th
grade student, Latonya Chandler and third place winner is an 8th
grader, Nicholas Parker. This activity was spearheaded by Tanya
Jones-Wilborn. Cornelius represents HMS at the district level spelling
contest in Quincy.


ketball team.
Sallie is a member of First Baptist
Church of Greensboro and the First
Presbyterian Youth Group.
The students in grades 7 through 12
will vote their choice for "Miss
Munroe" on Friday morning before
the evening festivities.
Miss Whitney Weeks, daughter of
Jimmy and Lisa Weeks, will be on
hand to crown the new queen. Whit-
ney was crowned the 2005 "Miss
Munroe." She is currently attending
Santa Fe Community College.
Student Council President Joseph
Hackney, son of George and Juliane
Hackney, will escort her. Joseph is a
member of Senior Beta Club. He is a,
three-year member of Key Club. and.
served as treasurer his junior year and
is serving as this year's president. He
is a senior member of The Paw Print
staff. Joseph is a four-year member of
the varsity football team and is one of
this year's captains. He is also a three-
year member of the varsity basketball
team. He was recently crowned
Anchor Club dreamboat at the Christ-
mas dance.
The eighth grade will be serving
barbecue dinners in the student center
beginning at 5 p.m. Games will begin
with the girls' J.V. at 3:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by J.V. boys at 4:30p.m.. The
varsity girls will play at 6:00 P.M., and
the final game will begin for the var- .
sity boys at 7:30 p.m.


R.F.M. faculty

members speak

at convention

Robert F Munroe Day School
teachers Susie Morris and Mandy
VanLandingham gave a joint pres-
entation during November's annual
F.C.I.S. convention entitled "The
Parent-Player-Coach Triangle: The
Original Fear Factor."
They offered strategies to help
coaches and administrators navigate
through the hurdles and pitfalls of
the parent-player-coach triangle in
middle and high school athletics.
Some of the issues discussed
included the importance of clear"
communication between all three
parties, disputes over playing time,
parents of first-time athletes, trou-
bles with tryouts, and problems that
arise when parents only see their
children and coaches see the whole
team.
The presentation was the first in
the 50-year history of FCIS conven-
tions to cover athletics. It was a
standing room only crowd of
coaches, athletic directors and
heads-of-schools.
Mandy VanLandingham also gave
a solo presentation called "Literary
Lenses: Three Views to Assist Liter-
ature Instruction." This was the
same presentation she had given
earlier in the fall at TCC.
She demonstrated how students
can respond to literature with three
lenses microscope, telescope, and
mirror and then use those
responses as the basis for a more
detailed writing assignment.
The Florida Council of Indepen-
dent Schools is responsible for the
accreditation of many private
schools in Florida.


Robert E Munroe Day School held
the annual 4-H Tropicana Speaking
Contest on Wednesday when the top
three speakers in individual classes
from grades four through six com-
peted.. Former Headmaster, Les
Jones, and Board member and former
teacher, Carolyn Thompson, served as
judges for the school contest to name
school winners.
The fourth and fifth grade students
who participated are Audrey Thomas
speaking about sports; Dustin Watson
claiming "This Ain't No Speech!" and
Savanah Watson, who discussed
"Merry Christmas" versus "Happy
Holidays."' Hunter Jacobs offered
"Sisters for Sale," while Josh Darby
talked about "My New Bog Truck."
Andy Pitts' speech explored the expe-
riences with "Wasps, Hornets, and
Bees (to say) Size Doesn't Matter."
The sixth grade has a separate con-
test, held after the younger students
speak. The participants from sixth
grade were Caroline Lewis, who
asked, Can Sports Affect Your
Grades?" Rachel Wilkerson spoke
about "My Friend on the Nightstand;"
Evie Blount related her experience in
judging for 4-H at the North Florida
Fair; and Beth Summerford explained
how a mother should be "Licensed to
Embarrass." Drew Cook spoke about
having "Christmas at Thanksgiving,"
and Alex Gay described his home as
"The Battlefield" when his older
brother is there.
Winners from these groups will
move on to the next level at the county
contest, which is to be held later in
January.


Gadsden

County school

menus

Friday, Jan. 20
Breakfast pancake with syrup,
sausage link
Lunch corn dogs with mustard,
cole slaw, baked beans, cinnamon
apple slice, chocolate chip cookie.

Monday, Jan. 23
Breakfast assorted cereal with
toast, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch BBQ sandwich bun, sea-
soned mixed vegetables, pineapple
tidbits, red velvet cake.

Tuesday, Jan. 24
Breakfast assorted cereal with
toast, variety of mixed fruit.
Lunch burrito with cheese sauce,
black eye peas, steamed apple slice,
chocolate chip cookie.

Wednesday, Jan. 25
Breakfast pancake with syrup,
sausage link, 100% fruit juice.
Lunch macaroni and cheese with
turkey fritter and roll, butter sliced
carrots, cinnamon apple sauce,
peanut butter bar.

Thursday, Jan. 26
Breakfast assorted cereal with
toast.
Lunch sheppard's pie w roll, sea-
soned mixed vegetables, peach
halves, white cake.


Sixth grade public speaking participants


St. John Jr.

Beta Club
St. John Elementary School has a
new National Junior BETA Club
sponsored by Cynthia Hagins,
guidance counselor and co spon-
sored by Carolyn Green, media
specialist and Brenda Mason,
fifth grade teacher. These stu-
dents have maintained an A or A-
B average. The Junior BETA
Club is a service organization for
schools and community projects.
The National BETA Club pro-
motes character, develops leader-
ship skills, encourages. service
involvement and provides techno-
logical advantages to students.
Members are: front row,
Jy'Shawn O'Neal, Dominique
Dawkins and Christopher Pilers;
back row, Jasmine Highman,
Kaylis Baxter, Kymere Thompson
and Tijah Moore


LEGAL NOTICE

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
announces it's regularly scheduled Board meeting to which all
interested persons are invited.

Date: Thursday, January 24, 2006

Time: 6:00 P.M.

Place: School Board Meeting Room
Max D. Walker School Administration Building
35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, Florida

PURPOSE:
BOARD MEETING: To ratify payment of bills, consider personnel
actions, consider bids and quotations, consider and/or act on proposal
and/or adoption of Administrative Rules and such other business as
may be ready for consideration.

A copy of this agenda may be obtained by writing to, or otherwise contacting: The
School Board of Gadsden County, Florida, Attention: Mr. Reginald C. James,
Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida
32351.

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

Dated this 13'" day of January, 2006 A.D.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Reginald C. James
Superintendent of Schools
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On January 21, S'S13 a man by the name of James Marshall discovered gold on the banks
of the American River located close to Coloma, California. Mr. Marshall had been sent to
the area by his employer, Swis- entrepreneur John Sutter, to build a sa.-mill for Jutter's
ranch. Mr. Butter .as a wealthy businecsman that had come to Cahffornia to build his
estate that wac ,ccmprised of a fort and ranch, thousands of cattle, and farmlands. gutter
employed many hundred workers and owed many debts. Sutter and Marshall had no
interest in the newly discovered "gold and thus decided to keep the discovery to
themselves. Against their desire word got out and was, spread quickly by another man,
Samuel Brannan. Brannan soon became the wealthiest man in San Francizco, not from
gold, but as a merchant, selling mining supplies to gold diggers. Zutter lost everything to
the gold rush,
Many Americans left their homes and jobs seeking the new easy fortune. During 1849,
so many people came to California that the gold diggers '.,ere nicknamed "The 9ISer:".
Americans desiring to go to California had two route options; by land across the country
on the treacherous Oregon Trail, or by sea around the continent of South America. The
Oregon Trail was known for its rugged terrain. Many died from disease or starvation.
Those that chose the sea option were also faced with bad conditions plagued by new
tropical diseases to Americans at the time, such as malaria. Many foreign immigrants also
joined the gold rush. Chinese, German, French, Mexican, and Irish were all part of the
Gold Rush. This greatly contributed to making San Francizco, California the culturallyy
diverse place that it is today.
By the late 1850's the California Gold Rush was considered to be over, but the impact of
the rush is still seen today. To date, the state of Califcrnia still has a very diverse mix of
cultures. Many people are the descendents of immigrants of original 49ers, turned
merchants. Another example would be that California is known today as a place where
people are not afraid to take chances in life. One great c::ample would be HolU.,vcd,
where many hopeful actors go seeking fame and fortune. Many believe that the Gold
Rush is solely responsible for creating this way of life in the state today.


1. The 'inontneni that sea travelers had to sail around,
3. Foieign .,-,lJ rushers, turned residents.
7. Dangerous land route to C iiliurr-Ia
9. -'iLugyhl of as a modern day gold rush.
11. Used as transportation for the land travelers.
12. City near where the first gold was found.
15. Nickname for the gold rushers,
17. The month in which the California gold was discovered.
18, A precious metal.
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2. State w vie'e cE ...r/1,i rush occurred: j
4. Bussinessman bankrupted :j, ir.- Gi', Rush,
5: Disease that plague many that traveled by ship. -
6. Sutter sent Marshall off to build this.
8. The form in which gold was found by planners.
10. The gold rush brought this to California and is still prevalent today,
12. Immigrants that sailed from the East.
13.A mining method used -ii ;h. river,
14. The Gold .
16. John Sutter's .rinn oni-r,


Did you know that the professional
football team, The San Francisco
49ers, are named after the famous
Gold Rushers of the 0'
18IO0's. *This is ,
another example
of the impact of the
Gold Rush still seen
in today's society.



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.. Munroe students earn honors


Gadsden County volunteer firefighter training

Gadsden County volunteer fireman braved a cold and windy day on January 7 for drills in Search and Rescue
from buildings and Extrication Techniques from heavily damaged vehicles. Donning full rescue gear and using'
blacked-out facemask to simulate heavy smoke conditions inside rooms, students crawled on hands and knees
searching for victims.


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Preparing for entry


Searching Successful Rescue


After a much needed lunch break of pizza, furnished by instructor. Chris
begin hands on training using extrica-
tion tools to remove victims trapped -
'in damaged vehicles. Using .-
hydraulic tools, jaws-of-life, cutters,
rams and inflatable air bags, students ,
observed and participated in the use
of each tool, cutting doorpost, remov- .
ing roof and finally pushing back the .
dashboard to facilitate the safe ; ,. i
i removal of a victim.

a This is part of an ongoing class .
taught at the Gadsden County Fire -I
;Service Coordinator's facility on E. '
Jeffcron St.. Attending students: -] .. '
Nathaniel McNealy, Marshall Jones,
Wash Hinson Jr. and Chief Dusty
House from Robertsville VFD; Bon-
,nie & Irvin Newsome from
-Wetumpka VFD. Matthew Powell
.and Clausell Stevens, (Unaffiliated). .



'Speakers motivate at

-By: LaTrecha Scott
From the ending of 2005 to the -
beginning on 2006, James A.
Slianks Middle is continuing its
'"Taking it to the next level" mission
'\-i h different messages that
empower and educate. The annual
Chliin.-.s Program responded to the
-nation's awareness of obesity> The. ..- .-* -t- ~
Physical Education depaimiierl the
pi ,gramn's sponsor, gave the gift of "
heath education to every staff mem-
ber, student and parent that filled the
assembly.
Dr. Johnny Walker, director of
Therapy Services, made the three
hour drive from Montgomery, Ala.
to his native town of Gretna with
setn e a platter of healthiness.
SThe assertive tone of his voice "Parents have a direct control of
"affirmed that the son of the late what their kids eat," he said. A stu-
Depolyer Walker and Mary Vann of dent's daily routine of soft drinks
'Gretna was no longer the teenager after scho ol, going to fast-food
who frequented the halls of James
A.who frequented the h but a talented of James restaurants and sitting in front of the
*A. Shanks High, but a talented and television are causes of the problem
Strong willed man who is taking a but, "regular exercise, healthy eat-
, stand on what he believes in. ing and a healthy life style," controls
2 The therapy he provides at Capital it.
1Hill Health Care and Rehab First Dr. Walker prescribes, 30 to 60
d,.,e. more than teach patients how minutes of exercise everyday, taking
to regain their strength, but educates the stairs, walking or biking to
on the topics of childhood obesity, places, parking further away, read-
exercise, healthy eating and ing a book, which is a good calorie
lifestyles. burner, and doing household chores.
Statistics say that the probability Wednesday, Jan. 11 James A.
of childhood obesity persisting into Shanks Middle bused 24 specially
,adulthood increases by adolescence. selected students to hear the Rev.
'"Obesity causes diabetes, heart dis- Dr. Bernice King plea of public
ease, high blood pressure, stroke, awareness. Dr. B. King is the
cancer, asthma and osteoarthritis," youngest daughter of the Rev. Dr.
-he said. His diagnosis is the problem Martin King, Jr.
can be corrected.



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Best speakers

The St. John Rockets held its phenomenal Tropicana Speaking Contest. A
tastic speaking skills, stage presence, and delivery. All of our contestants
that placed in this event are the following: first place, Tamadrea Nealy, s
third place, Kelasha Daniels. Tamadrea Nealy and Jasmine Highman wi
i Speaking Contest on January 26. We wish them the best of luck. Pictur
Nealy, Kelasha Daniels and Jasmine Highman.


(Skip) Lance, the team was ready to


The Robert F. Munroe Day School has released its sec-
ond nine-week grading period A-B honor roll. Named to
the honor roll are:
Amy Allen, Kristen Allen, Marisa Allen, Victoria
Anderson, Kearce Baker, Julia Bates, Elizabeth Bell,
Lindsey Branaman, Elizabeth Bridges, Matt Carter,
Alex Clark,
Elizabeth Clark, Robert Clark,
Drew Cook, Kaitlyn Cot6, Josh Darby, Georgia Ann
Davis, Lee Davis, John Dooner, Bryn Dyal, Myles
Edwards, Matthew Eldridge, Ashton Fallis, Kay
Fletcher, Olivia Fletcher,.George Fullerton, June Gay,
Sara Green; Zipporah Harrell, Zach Helms, Allison
Higdon, Trey Holloway, Allison Holt, Aaron Iglesias,
. Luke Jackson, Patrick Jackson, Hunter Jacobs, Sidney


Johnson, Jessica Joyner, Miller Joyner,
Walt Kelleher, Melissa Kent, Ashley King, Caroline
Lewis, Callie Malone,
Montana Manley, Courtney Mayo, Alex McDaniel,
Malorie McKinnon, Anna Meeks, Mary Jane Milam,
Jonni Mitchell,
Fletcher Morgan, Blake Norman, Kush Patel, Princey
Patel, Deandre Paul, Steven Phillips. Sarah Powell, Jus-
tine Ray, Megan Rowan, Erin Sampson, Matt Sampson,
Carrie Scott, Luke Shiver, Erica Taylor, Mallary Taylor,
Ivie Thomas, Justin Timmons, Colby Tyus, Katey Ven-
able, Chris Vick, Crystal Wade, Chelsea Watson,
Savanah Watson, Ben Whiddon, Desiree Whiddon,
Lindsey Whiddon, Clay White, Josh Wilder, Sallie
Willis, Adrianne Woodward and Andrea Zang.


Lecturer at HMS
Havtana Middle School took advan-
tage of a free lecture series offered
by Barbizon Lecture division of
Tampa. This activity was orches-
trated by the guidance counselor,
Ida Lockett. The speaker, Emory
Smith, routinely visits with students
of middle and high school age
nationwide and speaks to classes
about any number of topics. There
is so much to learn according to Mr.
Smith of the Barbizon School. It
takes social skills, confidence, and
development, getting organized and
good manners just to name a few.
Pictured is Smith, Mrs. Lockett and
Principal Norris.


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Shank s Heartfelt thanks
Your gifts wi
Dr. B. King gave the k i *'" patients e
address at the 18 annual birthday p
observance for Dr. M. King at anyone
Florida State University's "Martin, i
We Remember" commemorative
celebration. Name
Dr. B. King's message was clear,
"If you stay ina dream state, you'll
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King asked thtn packed -,tub, Di., *
mond auditorium to remember her Lc| .c'D. BJaell
father as a man of character. She Bonnie B. Myers
defined character as a person who Bonnie B.'Myers
chooses not to participate in wrong, 'Stella N. Furjanic
but who stands up for. what's right. Stella N. Furjanic
"Evil people are not ruining the Doris C. Bassett
world," Dr. B. King said. Mortimer B. Bates
She gives the credit to those who Mortimer B. Bates
see the problem and choose to do Benjamin W. Powell
nothing about it. The steps to fixing Nick Bert
the problem as easy as they are seem Harold C. Bert
hard for people to follow. Recognize Harold C. Bert
the problem, accept that you are Essie Mae Bethea
great and operate in this calling, and Jo Ann Hart
don't say that you're too young. George Hamilton
"This society needs people who K Julia Woodward
understand that we are in trouble," Henry L Robinson
Dr. B. King said. 'Rutha Thompson
There are similarities in both mes- Jessie Furlow
sages. Obesity is as big a problem as Willie G. Miller
racism and both if not treated have Ralph Calhoun
disastrous effects. Dr. M. King's George Hamilton
acceptance of a problem and mov- erg
ing to eradicate it helped open doors Perry Cattau
of opportunity for others. Robert C. Flournoy
Dr. Walker has a clinical doctorate Julia Woodward
degree in physical therapy from Tiffany Brinson
Alabama State University and Dr. B. | Nancy T. Council
King has a masters of divinity and a Renee Eiland
doctorate of law degree from Emory R Don Daniels
University. Raymond Deaton
John R. Dickson
George Hamilton
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Denise Hampton
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Eloise Travis
Kay Vennum
George Hamilton
Annie H. Rittman
Sherrill McNeece
Leslie Johnson
Charlotte Kelley
Robert B. Lester, III
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NLF
I had another 3-1 week in picking the
NFL play-off games last week.
This week there should be a pair of
good ones as Carolina goes to Seattle
and Den'er hosts Pittsburgh.
For some reason I'm going with the
home teams in these match-ups. Car-
olina and Pittsburgh have each one two
straight when they were the underdog
and I think luck will run out for both of
them.
But a Pittsburg-Carolina Super Bowl
wouldn't be bad. Neither would a Den-
ei -Seattle. Denver-Carolina, or Pitts-
burg-Seattle game be bad.
All these teams have resourceful
quarterbacks. good wide-outs, good
offensive lines, and tough defenses.
They also have good runners but Car-


olina and Seattle may be hurting in that area after last
week's games.
I think the Seaha-vks and the Broncos will be the
last men standing after this week.
JAGUARS IN A BIG WEEK
Demetric Salter was kind ofv worried going into this
week's basketball play. His East Gadsden basketball
team came through just fine winning all three of their
games including district contests over Bay High and
Rickards.
The two district wins gave the Jaguars a 7-2 district
record and gave them an inside edge to be seeded
either I or 2 in the upcoming tournament.
A bye will be important in the event as a night's rest
will help in a tournament that's going to be ver\ com-
petitive.
Arnold. Godby, and Wakulla are the teams in the
district in addition to East Gadsden. Bay High. and
Rickards.


Girls all win

By Susie Morris
All four Gadsden county girls basketball teams got a win
this past week, a rare happening this season. West Gadsden
and East Gadsden picked up two wins apiece, while Munroe
and Tallavana-Christian went 1-1 each.
East Gadsden showed why they are a force in basketball
taking wins over Rickards and Bay last week. Against
Rickards, Shyrelle Home had her third triple double of the
year. The senior guard finished with 10 points, twelve assists
and ten rebounds. Jasmine Grice was the leading scorer of
the night with 14. Erich Neal added 13 points and Sharonda.
Elias pulled down ten rebounds.
The team next dismantled Panama City Bay. The win was
their 17th of the season against only four losses. Nine play-
ers scored in the 70-22 rout. They led 46-6 at the half.
Arquita McDougald led all scorers with 15 points. She also
See GIRLS on Page 16


Jags win 3; 2 over district foes


A pair of district wins including a rematch
revenge was included in a big week for the East
Gadsden boy's basketball team.
The week started with a Thursday night defeat
of Suwannee County in the Jaguar Gym.
Friday night the Jaguars edged Rickards in Tal-
lahassee in a district game.
Tuesday, East Gadsden won another district
game holding off Bay High in a home contest.
The Bay High win avenged a loss to the same
team a week ago Tuesday. East Gadsden won this
game 60-52 as guard Darius Jackson had a nice
all around game. The 6' junior scored 23 points,
dished off 5 assists and had 5 steals. He hit 3, 3-
pointers helping the Jaguars to a 36-27 margin in
the middle quarters that carried East Gadsden to
the win.
Sam McLaurin and Reshard McGill also put
up double-figure scoring numbers for East Gads-
den with McLaurin getting 13 points and McGill
putting in 10. S. McLaurin also had 12 rebounds
and Adontry McLaurin had 10.
Jon Murner led Bay with 16 points and Bret
Reed had 12.


Friday's game saw the Jaguars run up a 19-1
margin in the third quarter to take control of their
game with Rickards. They had to hold off a late
Raiders surge to come away with the win.
Jackson again topped the Jaguar scoring with
15 and McGill hit 11. S. McLaurin took board
honors again with 15. Anthoney Salter scored 17
for Rickards.
In the Suwanne game the East Gadsden
defense took control of things early forcing a
number of Bulldog turnovers. Midway the third
quarter the mercy rule went in effect.
All 13 Jaguar players scored in the game with
Earl Thomas and S. McLaurin being the only
double figure scorers with 14 and 11 respectively.
S. McLaurin also had 15 rebounds and McGill
had 12.
It was a big week for the Jaguars who lifted
their record to 16-5 over all and 7-2 in the district.
They have only one district game left and that
is on January 27 when they host Rickards.
This Saturday night East Gadsden hosts Colquitt
Co. Georgia, before hosting Hamilton County
next Tuesday:


Panthers split with Gulf Co.


It was a home win and a road loss for the West
Gadsden boy's basketball team last week. They
defeated district foe Wewahitchka on Wednesday
73-61, before dropping a road game to Port St.
Joe 76-46 in the Gulf County seat Friday night.
The Panthers revenged an earlier road loss to
Wewa Wednesday when.they jumped to a 10
point first quarter lead and maintained it through
out.
Larry Jackson again had a big game hitting 20
points for the Panthers and pulling down 8
rebounds. Chris Atkins scored 14 and notched 15
rebounds as he and Jackson controlled the boards


for West Gadsden.
In Port St. Joe the Panthers trailed only 29-23
at the half before the home team started smoking
in the third quarter.
Ten Sharks scored in the game with Kelly
Miller's 23 leading the way. Ash Parker had 12
and Rashard Rouse for St. Joe. Ricardo Marlowe
topped the Panthers scoring with 14.
West Gadsden plays next on Friday night when
they host Marianna. Saturday night they are at
Sneads, and will play at Madison next Tuesday
night.


Photo by Byron Spires
The Mighty Jaguars' Patrick Smith gets lots of air to put one in over a
Suwanee County opponent. East Gadsden easily won the game.


Lion splits pair; RFM has rough week
Tuesday night the 10th of January the Tallavana Lion boy's basketball team ran away to a 64-20
win over Victory Christian of Sneads in a home game.
Matthew Suber hit 22 points, Craig Bolton put in 17, and Billy Finley pulled off 10 rebounds to
lead the Way.
Thursday night the Lion lost at home as Grace Christian of Bainbridge pulled away to an 80-62
win. Stuart O'Champ's 29 points and 18 BY Tyrone Shephard keyed the win for Grace. Former
) Tallavana player Keith cooper scored 11.
Suber had 22 for the Lion and Bolton 21. Josh Rudd added 11 for Tallavana who was led in
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16 Gadsden County Times January 19, 2006


2-county drug arrest made


HMS boys basketball team
.The Havana Middle School 2005-2006 boys basketball team includes the following: Montreal Barnes #40,
Curtis Milles #15, Brad Mole #21, Harrison Gibson #14, Montavious Bush #3, Zachary McLauren #13, Dar-
ius Davis #21, Ladarius Dickey #1, Antwan Lawson #24, Blane Battles #32, Jessie Ray #10, Desmond Gib-
son #30, Carnell Austin #11, and Jarrod Hinson #3. The next game will be Thursday January 19, 2006 at
Shanks Middle School. The team will play Howard Middle School at home on January 24, 2006. The train-
ers for the team are Christopher Daniels, Josha Green, and Jimon Smith. The statistician is Elbert Burke.


Girls

Continued from Page 15

had 13 rebounds for her first double
-double of the season. Jasmine
Grice and Dytesha Francis each
Added ten points.
Chelsea McMillan helped lead her
West Gadsden team to two victories
last week. On Wednesday she hit
for 25 points in, a 59-14 blow out of
Wewahitchka. The junior center
also pulled down 14 rebounds and
blocked seven Gator shots. Tyeshia
Battles scored 14 points and had
four steals.
' McMillan was even more impres-
Sive in a district win over Liberty
'County Thursday night. She
:cored a career high 38 points,
within one point of the team out put
by Liberty County. She also pulled
down 22 rebounds and blocked four
*hots. The team won 66-37. Bat-
Iles again had double figures with
15 points.
Coach Patricia McMillan, mother
bf Chelsea, said after the Liberty
County win, "We have finally come
together as a team. We still have
some work to do if we plan to be a
part of post-season play. Leader-
ship is a must for our experienced
players."
Munroe could use some of
McMillans points in Mt. Pleasant.
'The Lady Cats have hit a scoring
drought as late and are having a
hard time putting points on the
board. Fortunately, Anna Dooner
hit for 11 points and Crystal Wade 9
points in a district win over visiting
Apalachicola last Monday.
Munroe won the contest 44-29 and
moved to 5-8 overall.
Freshman Meg Summerford,
.moved up from the Junior Varsity
team, scored 10 points in a district
loss to John Paul II. No other Lady
Cat scored over four points prompt-
ng coach Kenya Grissett to say, "
We have to find a way to score.
My players must think score first,
and pass later."
Tallavana Christian got their first
taste of victory with a convincing
51-28 win over Victory Christian.
Senior Lydia Bolton hit three -
three pointers and finished with 17
points. Tawanna Charlton and
Trish Garner added nine point each.
B3olton also had nine rebounds
while Sarah Smith dished out five
assists and Garner had five steals.
' Two nights later, Lydia Bolton hit
for 17 points again and hit five three
pointers-but this time the outcome
was different. Grace Christian of
Bainbridge won 38-32. Talla-
vana's fourth quarter rally fell short.
Trish Garner led on the boards
pulling in 8 rebounds. The loss
moved the team to 1-7 overall and
they remained 0-5 in Conference
play.
Next week marks the final week
of regular season games for FHSAA
member schools. District tourna-
ments begin the week of January
30.
The Panhandle Conference tour-
nament for Tallavana Christian Will
hot begin until the second week in
February.


Boys

Continued from Page 15

rebounding by Bolton with 19.
"We're starting to play much bet-
ter." Said Lion coach Tom Bolton.
"This is such a young team but I feel
like we're improving and things are
starting to come together."
Craig Bolton is the teams only
senior. The Lion record is 5-4 and
they play three games this next
week. Thursday night they are at
Victory Christian, Friday night they
host Dale County, Ala., and next
Tuesday night they host Atlantis


from Tallahassee.

MUNROE HAS ROUGH ROAD
WEEK
The Munroe Bobcats ran into a
pair of buzz saws in Tallahassee in
boys basketball play this past week.
Friday night John Paul II defeated
the Bobcats 64-16 after rolling up a
30-10 lead by halftime.
Tuesday night FAMU downed
Munroe 102-33 after leading 73-25
at the half.
Ben Young had 10 points for the
Bobcats in the FAMU game.
Munroe will host Aucilla Friday
night in their only action this week.


Seminole Ramlins

by Jack Wingate

It is a gan as I have sed before the gov-mint
can't run the U.S. Gov-mint with any
degree of efficiency in the medicare quag-
mire with 400 different companies trying to
get your biz-nis. Hit mite have been better
to have had one company for each state. .
Sooner or later some one is going to have to L
pay the fiddler."
Teddy Boy Kennedy gauls me rite up to
where I can't reach, setting there askin ques-
tions about a newspaper ad Mr. Alito mite have read many years ago. Him
and Sen Hillary needs to be tuck fishen on Seminole, now that the gators are
hungry.
It has been passed on to me that 30 odd Canvasback carcuses are rotting
on Ship Illand, first up from where the Creek dumps in.
The Three-Legged Deer that Nick Jeter killed was born with a defect of
his front leg. It should be put in G.O.N. magazine for people to see.
For those that mite want to fish a Buddy Tournament on Seminole in Feb-
ruary you need to get your money down with B.F.L. It's the
Stratus/Javalon Tournament to be held out of the Boat Basin February 16-
17-18 200 boats plus.
With the Red Beds blooming it is time for Bass to start bedding and Perch
will sure be coming into Shallow Water. I've had two good reports on Bass
in shallow water and 3 very good reports on Specks in 3 to 5 feet of water.
The Specks were on Jigs and the Bass on Plastic and Crank Baits.


Wingate's Fishing Report
January 15, 2005
Lake Surface Temp: 590
Lake Level: 6 inches down
Big Lake: Cloudy
Chattahoochee: Muddy and Fast
Flint: Cloudy and Fast
Spring Creek: Muddy and Fast
Fish Pond Drain: Clear
Report provided by: Jack Wingate


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
He was known to law enforcement
officers as a "two-county drug
dealer". But it took two weeks and a
series of undercover purchases of
crack cocaine from Derrick T. "Bog-
gie" Washington, 22, before he
could be arrested.
He is from the Sycamore Commu-
nity in southwest Gadsden County.
The Gadsden County Sheriff's
Department Drug Unit and the Lib-
erty County Sheriff's Department
conducted the joint investigation
because Washington was allegedly
selling drugs in both counties.
Washington was arrested last Thurs-
day night at the Holiday Inn Express
in Quincy without incident after
making a sale of crack cocaine.
"He always delivered the drugs. He
never wanted anybody to come to


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Delegation will be holding a public
hearing in Quincy on Monday, Jan.
30 at 6 p.m. in the County Commis-
sion Chamber located at 9 E. Jeffer-
son Street.
All residents and elected officials
are invited to attend. This hearing
will allow the citizens the opportu-
nity to meet their legislators, discuss
concerns, ask questions and offer
comments for upcoming 2006 leg-
islative sessions.


Northwest Florida
Beef Conference
and Trade Show

By Henry Grant
Gadsden County Extension Director

The annual Beef Conference and
Trade Show will be held in Mari-
anna at the Jackson County Exten-
sion Office's new Conference Cen-
ter on Thursday, Feb. 2. The pro-
gram this year will be a little differ-
ent than in years past. Dr, Todd
Thrift, Uni -i [it 'of Florida Animal
Science Department, will be provid-
ing The Florida Beef Quality Pro-





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south of the Quincy City limits around
2:45 p.m., when she failed to negotiate
a curve.


his house because he lived with his
mother," said Inv. Jim Corder of the
GCSO Drug Unit.
By all accounts, Washington was a
busy man. "Within an hour after his
arrest his telephone rang at least 26
times. Most of the callers hung up,
but the Liberty County officers were
able to trace telephone numbers
back to known drug users in their
county," Corder said.
Following his arrest, Corder said
Washington admitted to having
more cocaine and drug parapherna-
lia at his Sycamore Highway home.
"A search of Washington's bedroom
revealed both powder and crack
forms of cocaine packaged for dis-
tribution along with a set of elec-
tronic scales," he said.
Washington was released from the
Gadsden County jail after posting a
$100,000 bond.


ducer Program. This will be an
excellent seminar for every
employee that is involved in a cattle
operation. The Beef Conference will
also feature a trade show of industry
representatives and displays to keep
producers informed of the latest
products and services available to
cattle producers.
The Florida Beef Quality Producer
Program is a cooperative program
that has been developed by the Uni-
versity of Florida Beef Cattle Exten-
sion Group, the Florida Department
of Agriculture and the Florida Cat-
tlemen's Association. The educa-
tional program is designed to update
producers on Beef Quality Assur-
ance (BQA). Florida has had an
informal BQA program for 15 years,
and most producers are aware of the
beef quality issues facing our indus-
try, like injection site blemishes and
bruises. With the current market sit-
uation, it is becoming increasingly
important to not only be aware of
what can be done to improve beef
quality, but it is also critical to doc-
ument your beef quality practices
and procedures. The demand for
source verified, age verified, and
process verified cattle is increasing,
and market access is certainly
greater for cattle with a known and
documented history. The Florida
Beef Quality Producer Program will
focus on these topics and many oth-
ers including: injection site manage-
ment; avoiding meat residues from
antibiotics, medicated feeds, feed
contaminants, feed toxins, and rumi-
nant by-products; foreign object


The vehicle left the road on the west
shoulder, Ivory over corrected and
came back on the highway in the
northbound lane. She then overcor-
rected again and went on to the west
shoulder a second time.
She vehicle then struck a ditch
embankment and overturned onto its


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ATTORNEY
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AUTO INSURANCE
Shiver Insurance
Group, LLC


AUTO SERVICE
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CELLULAR PHONES
PC Wireless


DETAILING
McCall's Automotive


Derrick T. Washington
Anyone with information regarding
suspicious or drug activity is asked
to call Corder at 875-8847 or 395-
4138.

avoidance; breeding and genetic
selection; utilization of animal
health products; cattle handling/pro-
cessing; and cull cow management.
Florida Beef Quality Producer
manual that outlines how a producer
can implement a Beef Quality
Assurance Plan on his/her opera-
tion. I would encourage all beef cat-
tle producers to attend this meeting
and I also recommend that all pro-
ducers bring their cow crews. Beef
Quality Assurance is everyone's job
and it takes everyone to implement
it properly.
The Beef Conference will begin
with registration and the Trade
Show opening at 8 a.m. CT. The
educational program will begin at 9
and conclude at 3:30 p.m. Please
R.S.V.P to Henry Grant at (850)
875-7255 by Monday, January 30 so
that adequate food and seating will
be provided.
The Gadsden County Cooperative
Extension Service provides research
and educational information and
other services and activities to indi-
viduals and groups that function
without regard to race, color, sex,
handicap or national origin. Persons
with disabilities who require special
accommodations or other program
information in alternative formats
are asked to contact the Gadsden
County Extension Service (850)
875-7255 at least five working days
prior to the program. If you are hear-
ing impaired, please contact the
University of Florida at (352) 846-
1046.





top. Ivory was partially ejected during
the rollover. She was pronounced dead
at the scene by Gadsden County EMS.
She loved church and had started
working at Subway, said he father,
Larry Ivory.
Ivory was a senior at East Gadsden
High School.


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Notice of City of Midway Planning

and Zoning Meeting

Notice is hereby given to all concerned that on January 25,
2006 at 7:00 p.m, at the Midway City Hall, Midway, Florida
32343. The Midway Planning and Zoning Board will meet
and hear the following applications.

1. Askur Patel and Anuj Patel Re-zoning 2.69
Commercial Land to Interchange Commercial Land Use.
2. Tallahassee Community College/Pat Thomas Law
Enforcement Academy Voluntary Annexation.
3. Tallahassee Community College/Pat Thomas Law
Enforcement Academy Rezoning.
4. Visioning/Urban Service Boundaries.
Interested parties may inspect the applications at the Midway City Hall
@ 574-2355 or appear at the meeting to become informed or to be heard
with the respect to the proposed developments.
1/19/06c


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& cap "RLS 3031" (buried in
driveway) known as marking
the northwest corner of the
East Three-Quarters of the
South One-Half of the
Northeast Quarter of Sec-
tion 23, Township 3 North,
Range 4 West, Gadsden
County, Florida and pro-
ceed; THENCE South 49
degrees 01 minutes 59 sec-
onds East for a distance of
40.42 feet to an iron bar &
cap "RLS 3031"; THENCE
North 89 degrees 34 min-
utes 15 seconds East for a
distance of 10.07 feet to a
concrete monument "RLS
3266" on the southern
boundary of a county main-
tained graded right of way
known as Goldwire Road;
THENCE along said south-
ern boundary as follows:
THENCE North 89 degrees
34 minutes 16 seconds East
for a distance of 104.32 feet
to an iron bar & metal cap
"LS 3266"; THENCE contin-
ue North 89 degrees 34
minutes 16 seconds East for
a distance of 43.97 feet to


an iron bar & cap "RLS
3266" marking the POINT
OF BEGINNING. THENCE
continue North 89 degrees
34 minutes 16 seconds East
for a distance of 118.18 feet
to an iron bar & cap "LS
3256"; THENCE, leaving
said southern boundary, run
South 00 degrees 51 min-
utes 17 seconds East for a
distance of 193.55 feet to an
iron bar & cap "LS 3266";
THENCE South 89 degrees
34 minutes 24 seconds
West for a distance of 59.40
feet to a concrete monu-
ment "RLS 3031"; Thence
North 49 degrees 04 min-
utes 25 seconds West for a
distance of 84.62 feet to an
iron bar & cap "LS 3266";
THENCE North 00 degrees
56 minutes 31 seconds East
for a distance of 137.67 feet
to said POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on:
FREDERICK J. MURPHY,
JR., Esquire, Attorney. for


Plaintiff, Boswell & Dunlap
LLP, 245 South Central Av-
enue, Post Office Drawer
30, Bartow, FL 33831, within
thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice Of
Action, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or
Petition.
DATED on this 12th day of
January, 2006.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, PER-
SONS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING A SPECIAL AC-
COMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING SHOULD CON-
TACT THE OFFICE OF THE
COURT ADMINISTRATOR,
UGREENAL IVEY, TELE-
PHONE (850)875-8601 X
224, WITHIN TWO (2)
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR
RECEPIT OF THIS SUM-


MONS. IF HEARING IM-
PAIRED, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, OR VOICE (V) 1-800-
955-8770, VIA FLORIDA
RELAY SERVICE.
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PO Box 1649
Quincy, FL 32351
(SEAL)
By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
01/19&26/06c

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RESTAURANT

EQUIPMENT

AUCTION


Complete inventory of Woolington
Restaurant Equipment Co.
1712 Florida Ave. Quincy, FL
Saturday, January 21 10 A.M.

Full line of all types of Restaurant
Equipment, New and Used, including deliv-
ery vehicles, trailers, forklift and contents of
shop.
TERMS: 10% Buyers Premium
Cash or Check, Bank Letter of Guarantee
required for checks exceeding $1,000.00

Cooksey Auction Co. Inc.
AU 2613 AB 1913
850-545-8930
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GOVERNMENT

AUCTION
Trucks, vehicles, equipment, misc.
From LEON COUNTY, GADSDEN
COUNTY, TALQUIN ELECTRIC,
LEON SHERIFF & 10 OTHER AREA
COUNTIES & CITIES
SAT[RDAYJANUARY21 *1OAM
Nobrt F/orida Faigrounsa
ITEMS INCLUDED:
'Late model Cat C3C dozer "Late model
Ford & International Dump trucks -Late
model (2002-2003) Utility trucks & work
vans *Cat D6 *Deere 410B backhoe
*Numerous tractors (22) Pickups; many
late model (20) Sheriff Crown Vics &
Caprices (1993-2003) *Numerous late
model cars and SUVs 'Misc. Equipment
& accessories *MUCH MORE! THESE
ARE FLEET MAINTAINED UNITS!
Preview: Friday, January 20: 9am 4 pm
TERMS: *All units sell AS IS *5% Buyer Prem.
*Cash or cashier check OK Other checks must
be accompanied by a current Bank Letter of
Guarantee
FIRST COAST AUCTION
AB150 AU286
P.O. Box 7878 Jacksonville, FL 32238
800-519-6402 or
www.firstcoastauction.com


REWARD: Small pitbull
puppy lost from West
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White, head & chest,
brindle back, white tip tail.
Has white collar. Contact
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Missing Dog black lab,
female, solid black w/lt
brown eyes. 65 lbs. 11
mos. old. 241 & 309
Decatur County. If you
see our baby, please call
850-227-6280. Reward
offered.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-1113 CA B
21ST MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES KEVER, et ux., et
al.,
Defendantss),
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment
Scheduling Foreclosure
Sale entered on December
12, 2005 and Order
Rescheduling Sale dated
December 29, 2005 in this
case now pending in said
Court, the style of which is
indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse, 10 East
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351, at 11:00
A.M., on the 26th day of
January, 2006, the following
described property as set
forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:


Exhibit A
Commence at a concrete
monument marking the
Northwest corner of Section
13, Townshili 2 North,
Range 2 West, and run
thence North 89 degrees 59
minutes East 793.0 feet,
along the North boundary of
said Section 13 to a con-
crete monument; thence
South 581.35 feet to a con-
crete monument, thence
South 24 degrees 22 min-
utes East 676.90 feet to a
point of curvature of a curve
concave to the Easterly
having a radius of 333.49
feet and a central angle of
24 degrees 21 minutes,
thence run Southerly along
said curve 141.73 feet to the
end of curve, thence South
00 degrees 01 minutes East
192.88 feet to a point which
is the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. From said POINT OF
BEGINNING run thence
South 89 degrees 59 min-
utes West 218.0 feet thence
South 00 degrees 01 min-
utes East 100.0 feet, thence
North 89 degrees 59 min-
utes East 218.0 feet and
thence run North 00
degrees 01 minute 00 sec-
onds West 100.0 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Being Lot No. 65, of an
unrecorded plat of
Ochlockonee Estates,
Gadsden County, Florida.


Intermittent Field Representative
needed in Gadsden County, FL

Potential permanent, part-time with
benefits eligibility. Hourly rate $12.14
per hour. Must be available for day,
evening, and weekend work. Must be
at least 18, U.S. citizen, pass a
written test, have a telephone, valid
driver's license and vehicle ($.455
per mile). Resident of Gadsden
County. Previous field interviewing
and computer experience desirable,
but not required. Contact:

U.S. Census Bureau
(404) 730-3928
Closes Jan. 24, 2006
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



Mechanical Assemblers
Electronic Manufacturer has immediate
openings for Mechanical Assemblers.
Stable business Climate controlled facility.
Starting wage $7.50 $8.00/hr. plus OT.
Mfg. Exp. desirable.
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Part-Time Office Clerk
Responsible for filling, copying, scan-
ning, phones, typing and some comput-
er work. Flexible hours.
Call (850) 875-1075 X836
or email
donna.hilston@quincyjoist.com
EOE/DFW





NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
Notice is hereby gvien to all concerned that the City
Commission of the City of Quincy, Florida, intends, at
a meeting in the City Hall in Quincy, Florida, at 6:00
p.m. on the 24th day of January, A.D. 2006, and a
meeting in the City Hall in Quincy, Florida, at 6:00
p.m. on the 14th day of February, A.D. 2006 to con-
sider the enactment of the following proposed ordi-
nance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE
OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF QUINCY, BY
AMENDING SECTION 54-57 PROVIDING
FOR CREDITABLE TIME FOR MEMBERS
OF THE CITY OF QUINCY, FLORIDA,
MUNICIPAL POLICE OFFICERS'AND FIRE-
FIGHTERS' SUPPLEMENTARY RETIRE-
MENT FUND ON LEAVE APPROVED BY
THE CITY COMMISSION.
Such ordinance may be inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall in such
City.
Interested parties may appear at the meeting and
be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by
the. Commission with repsect to any matter consid-
erred at such meeting or hearing, he will need a
record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, he
may need to innsure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon which the appeals is to be
heard.
This 17th day of January, A.D. 2006
/s/ Sylvia Hicks, City Clerk
1/19&2/09/06c


INVITATION TO BID

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Public
Bids will be received by the City of Quincy
for the following items:

1. One (1)1993 Lexus GS300 VIN
JT8JS4732P0052018
2. One (1) 2000 Jaguar S-Type VIN
SAJDA01C1YFL41635

BIDS will be received electronically via
the internet at www.govdeals.com the
Auction may be accessed through the City
of Quincy website at www.myquincy.net by
clicking on the link at the top of the page
"SURPLUS AUCTION:CITY EQUIPMENT
IS AVAILABLE:CLICK HERE." Bids will be .
receiveduntil 3:00 P.M, on January 26,
2006, at which time the auction will close.

These vehicles can be seen by appoint-
ment only between the hours of 9AM and
3PM Monday thru Friday. To make an
appointment to inspect the vehicles or for
further information please contact Antonio
Jefferson, Purchasing Officer for the City of
Quincy at (850) 627-7681 ext. 257.
12/29-01/19/06p


Team Leader
Imperial Nurseries in Quincy, Florida has several position
openings for Team Leader. These are permanent hourly
supervisory positions. The position supervises crews of
nursery workers that perform growing or shipping activities.
Pay levels are attractive and other benefits, including
healthcare, are available. Some Saturday work is required.
Prior agricultural experience is preferred. Bilingual candi-
dates are desired. Interested persons may contact Maggie
Rodriguez at (850) 627-7501 ext. 239 or (800) 242-7033
ext. 239, or come by the nursery in Quincy at 1525 South
Atlanta Street.

Imperial Nurseries, Inc., is a wholesale grower and distribu-
tor of quality plant material. Imperial Nurseries is an equal
opportunity employer.

-Lider de Equipo
La Nurseria Imperial en Quincy, FL tiene posici6nes para
lideres de equipo: el pago sera por hora, y el trabajo es per-
manente. La posici6n se encargara de supervizar los gru-
pos de trabajadores de la nurseria que realizan actividades
de cultivar y de enviar.
El pago para estas posiciones son atractivas y tendran
ventajas como aseguranza medical .Sera requerido traba-
jar los Sabado, si la compania lo require. Los candidates
para esta position son preferidos con experiencias en el
Agro y bilingies. Las personas interesadas pueden star
contact con Maggie Rodriguez (850) 627-750 1 Ext. 239 o
(800) 242-7033 Ext. 239, o pueden pasar por la nurseria en
Quincy 1525 South Atlanta Street.

La Nurseria Imperial es cultivador y distribuidor de
plants de calidad. Imperial es un a compania de
oportunidades.



Warehouse Manager &
Delivery Person:
Full time with benefits or part time.
Dudies. include perfornirni work functions
.,assoEliaCOd-Withdelivey.aind'iwarehouse
activities. The person will load/unload
delivery truck and drive delivery truck to
deliver merchandise to customers' homes or
businesses. Must have a valid drivers license,
be able to push, pull, lift and carry
moderately heavy objects or material up to
one hundred pounds. General familiarity of
delivery area required. The position offers a
competitive salary and benefits package.
Apply in person at:
Farmers Home Furniture
1608 W. Jefferson St.
Quincy, FL 32351 850-875-4345


Must Have Own
Transportation and
basic hand tools. Full
Time. C&N Remodeling
Services Inc. 850-442-
4919 or 850-544-2227.
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18 Gadsden County Times January 19, 2006


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For Sale: large upright
freezer and dishwasher.
Both in excellent condi-
tion. Call 875-1168 after


2113.


Gadsden County Times January 19, 2006 19
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$275 BRAND
KING PILLOWS
'Factory sealed
ranty. Can deli
7112


CHAIR/LOVESEAT/
1/19&26f SOFA $650 NEW
Micro fiber upholstery,
hardwood frame &war-
D NEW ranty, unopened. 545-
TOP SET 7112


w/ war-
ver. 545-

12/08tf


'6 PC. BEDROOM SET -
,1Brand new sleigh bed,
dresser, mirror, and
;nightstand. $575, still
Poxed, can deliver. 222-
,9879
12/08tf


BED, a sleigh bed includ-
ing headboard, footboard
& rails. NEW in box, only
$275. Call 222-7783.
S12/08tf


BED-DOUBLE QUEEN
PILLOWTOP SET NEW
iN PLASTIC WITH WAR-
RANTY. $165, CAN
DELIVER. 425-8374
12/08tf


BEDROOM ALL NEW
7PC set: All doveteailed,
all wood still boxed.
Retail $4K, must sell
$1500, can deliver. 222-


'Price Reduced 1309
:Elm St. Quincy. Very low
down payment.
12/15tf


'GADSDEN COUNTY:
f10 ACRES-County Rd.
159 to Frank Smith
"Road, Lassie Plantation
'Acres. $110,000. Well,
.septic tank and power on
property plus single wide
,mobile home. Horses
'welcome! Call Suzanne
,Mozley, Realtor, Camelot
,Real Estate &
(Investments, LLC
.850/545-5574.
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'For Sale: 1990 14'x70'
mobile home. You Move.
$5...C00. Call 627-2595 or
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iHome For Sale: 3/2 built
,in 1994, quiet area, big
,ard in Quincy. Asking
1$128,000 or make offer.
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,0523 or 850-509-1472.
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acreage located at 1205
Highbridge Road,
Quincy, for rent or lease
with option to purchase.
Call 875-9300.
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For Sale: 3 bedroom
1&1/2 bath block home.
In-town location. Large
family room. Fenced-in
back yard. Central heat
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$126,000.
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12/080tf


DINING, A CHARMING
NEW oak table w/ inlay,
ball & claw feet, leaf, 2
arm chairs, 4 side chairs,
hutch/buffet. $4500 sugg.
list, sacrifice $1900. 222-
2113
12/08tf


DINING ROOM Brand
new cherry table w/leaf, 6
chairs & lighted china
cabinet. Still boxed.
$900. Can deliver. 222-
9879.
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LEATHER Sofa, Love
seat & Chair still
wrapped: Retail $3400,
sell brand new with war-
ranty $1250.. 425-8374.
12/08tf


MATTRESS New full
set in plastic with warran-
ty, $120. 222-9879.
12/08tf


with extra lot for less
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baths, acre 'land. St.
Hebron area. $850/
month, first and last
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deposit. Avialable Feb. 1.
Contact Kenneth or
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1894, cell 850-519-5037.
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For Rent: 4 bedroom,-
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For Rent: 2 bedroom
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area, 627-7360.
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For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1
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deposit. HUD accepted.
627-8565.
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For Rent: 3 BD/2 BA
Like New Home. 410
11th Street, Quincy City
Limits. $750/month,
$450 deposit, $20 App.
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SHUFORD DAVIS


1/1219/06 Said Property being in the
S1/12&19/06 County of Gadsden, State
of Florida: Unless such cer-
ANOTICE OF APPLICATION tificate shall be redeemed
N FOR TAX DEED according to law, the prop-
D OR erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
GIVEN, that WALTON highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 8th day
CLEMONS CARTER, the of FEBRUARY 2006, at
holder of the following cer- 10:00a.m.
tificate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certifi- Dated this 5TH day of JAN-
cate number and year of UARY 2006.
issuance, the description of NICHOLAS THOMAS
the property, and the names Clerk of the Circuit Court
S in which it was assessed Gadsden County, Florida
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 357 BY: Ugreenal Ivey
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: Deputy Clerk
S YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 01/12,19,26&02/02/06c
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP- NOTICE OF APPLICATION
ERTY: FOR TAX DEED

PARK IN TOBACCO ROAD NOTICE IS HEREBY
UNIT #2 AS PER PLAT GIVEN, that JOSEPH
BOOK 2 P 56. LESS PART KENNEDY, the holder of the
PER OR 451 1305 following certificate has filed
PARCEL ID NUMBER: said certificate for a tax
20PARCEL ID NUMBER: deed to be issued thereon.
^ 2343N2W0315000000002 The certificate number and
year of issuance, the
Name in which assessed: year of issuance, the
LEX THOMPSON AND description of the property,
S LEX THOMPSON AND


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or


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and the names in which it
was assessed are as fol-
lows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 742
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 106, P. 266 BEGIN 10
CHS. S. OF NEC OF NW
1/4 ., RUN W. 209 FT, S,
418 FT., E. 209 FT. N. 418
FT. TO P.O.B.
OR 416 P 144, IN SECT. 3-
3N-6W

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2033N6W0000002140200

Name in which assessed:
JAMES KENNEDY

JOSEPH KENNEDY

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 8th day
of FEBRUARY 2006, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 5TH day of JAN-
UARY 2006.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
01/12,19,26&02/02/06c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

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

CERTIFICATE NO. 1890
YEAR OF' ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

COMM AT THE NWC OF
SECTION 34, 1N, 4W, AND
THENCE RUN N 89 DEG
43 MIN 52 SEC E 55.79 FT,
THENCE RUN S 00 DEG
13 MIN 58 SEC W 1921.27
FT TO THE BEGIN; FROM
SAID PT. THECE RUN N 89


DEG 43 MIN 52 SEC E
510.13 FT, THENCE RUN S
00 DEG 13 MIN 58 SEC W
213.48 FT, THENCE RUN S
89 DEG 43 MIN 52 SEC W
510.13 FT, THENCE RUN N
00 DEG 13 MIN 58 SEC E
213.48 FT TO THE POB
OR 378 P 1274

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
4341 N4W0000002212700

Name in which assessed:
JOHN F. BURK

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder'at the court-
house door on the 8th day
of FEBRUARY 2006, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 5TH day of JAN-
UARY 2006.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
01/12,19,26&02/02/06c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

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

CERTIFICATE NO. 1913
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

N. LINE OF LOT 25, LITTLE
RIVER SURVEY INTER-
SECTS W. SIDE OF FED-
ERAL RD. RUN S. 27 DEG
20 MIN W. 1460 FT. TO
BEGIN, N. 82 DEG 45 MIN
W. 105 FT., N. 28 DEG 15
MIN E. 50 FT., S. 82 DEG
45 MIN E. 105 FT., S. 28
DEG 15 MIN W 50 FT TO
POB. LESS PT TO SRD
PER OR 121 P 591.
OR 78 P 292

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
50LOROS0000254000100

Name in which assessed:
GADSDEN HILLSIDE


FARMS, INC.

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 8th day
of FEBRUARY 2006, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 5TH day of JAN-
UARY 2006.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
01/12,19,26&02/02/06c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

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

CERTIFICATE NO. 1939
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2003

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:

OR 480 P 1649 OR 315 P
1165
LOT 9, BLK H MOSSY OAK
ACRES.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
50LOROS12800000H0090

Name in which assessed:
DAVID MCQUARY

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the prop-
erty described in such cer-
tificate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 8th day
of FEBRUARY 2006, at
10:00a.m.

Dated this 5TH day of JAN-
UARY 2006.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

BY: Ugreenal Ivey
Deputy Clerk
1/12,19,26&02/02/06c


GRETNA: ROOM FOR YOUR FAMILY: 5 BR, 3 BA, 2,280 SF
mobile home ON .5 ACRE. Fireplace. Garden tub. Needs some
repairs, but the PRICE IS RIGHT at
$44,900 C-7138
NEW LISTINGS:
CRAWFORDVILLE: LOTS OF CHARM with this 3 BR, 2 BA,
1,728 sf mobile home ON ALMOST 2 ACRES. Pole barn with
enclosed storage on one end would make a good work shop or
garage.
$145,000 V-7173
GRETNA: WHATASTEAL! This 4 BR, 2 BAmobile home has
1,440 sf and is on a 193x244 lot. In good shape, but needs minor
repairs. $1,000 deposit and pre-approval required.
$44,900 C-7174
QUINCY: IN CENTRAL BUSINESS AREA: 624 SF concrete
block warehouse. Sold as is for ONLY
$69,900 J-3050
QUINCY: NEAR LAKE TALQUIN WITH GREAT FISHING!
DWMH with 3 BR, 2 BA, split plan. Very near lake access. Has had
TLC.
$65,000 W-7129
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LAND FOR SALE

The School Board of Gadsden County, Florida
has 80.76 acres of open pastureland for sale.
Parcel Nomber 3-02-2N-5W-0000-00440-0000.

This property is located approximately one (1)
mile west of the intersection of County Road
270-A and Bassett Road.

The Board will receive bids at the office of the
Superintendent of Schools, 35 Martin Luther
King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351, until 2:00
P.M. on February 8, 2006, at which time, bids
will be opened, read and recorded.

Bids must be in sealed envelopes with School
Board Land Sale, Bid #: 0607-03, date and time
of bid opening on the outside of the envelope.

School Board Reserves the right to reject any or
all bids.

Fo- ,rd,:,rnr-hiiuri ,.uni:rn' ng properf,. ,relT,;i all
calls to the Director of Facilities, Mr. Wayne
Shepard, at 850-627-9888 between 8:00 A.M.
and 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday. 9,26&2/
1/19,26&2/02/06c


Beautiful, all brick, 3 Br/2 Ba home in great
neighborhood. Oversized 2-car garage; Large
lot; Near Walmart & 1-10.
Call Linda Forehand @ 850-509-9369.


JUST LISTED: Two (2), 3 Br/1 Ba concrete
block homes in rapidly developing Sawdust
area. Both currently rented. Great investment
properties!! $59,900 each. For more info,
contact Linda Forehand @ 850-509-9369.


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

CASE NO: 03-1329-CAB

BANK ONE NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE F/K/A THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO, AS
TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,

vs.


JOHN S.
UNKNOWN
JOHN S.
DEBORAH


RICHMOND;
SPOUSE OF
RICHMOND;
D. COAKER;


JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN
TENANT N/K/A NATE
PORTH; JANE DOE,
UNKNOWN TENANT N/K/A
STEPHANIE PORTH
Defendants.

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgmpnt of
Foreclosure dated May 27,


2004, and entered in Case
No. 03-1329-CAB in the
Circuit Court of the 2nd
Judicial Circuit in and for
Gadsden County, Florida
wherein Bank One, National
Association, as Trustee
f/k/a/ The First National
Bank of Chicago, as Trustee
is Plaintiff and John S.
Richmond, Unknown
Spouse of John S.
Richmond, Deborah D.
Coaker, John Doe,
Unknown Tenant, n/k/a
Nate Porth and Jane Doe,
Unknown Tenant, n/k/a
Stephanie Porth are
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash on the South Side of
the Gadsden County
Courthouse located at 10 E.
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
31st day of January 2006,
the following described
property in Gadsden
County, Florida:

Commence at a concrete
monument (found) known
as marking the Northeast
corner of the West one-half
of Section 17, Township 2


contd pg. 20


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20 Gadsden County Times January 19, 2006


FROM pg 19

North, Range 2 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
and run thence South, 01-
12' 54" West 1655.59 feet to
a concrete monument (set)
for the POINT OF BEGIN-'
NING. From said POINT OF
BEGINNING thence contin-.
ue South 019 12' 54" West
231.84 feet; thence North
879 35'01" West 810.12 feet
to a point on the easterly
maintained right-of-way
boundary of a county road-
way known as Lanier Road;
thence North 172 18' 46"
East along said easterly
maintained right-of-way
boundary a distance of
223.63 feet; *thence South
880 47' 06" East 747.93 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
*.illtG i

Dated ir,- .iir. day oi
January, 2006.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
1/12&19/06c


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

GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 2003-483-CA-B

NATIONAL CITY
MORTGAGE CO.
PLAINTIFF

VS.

ROY E. TAYLOR, SR., indi-
vidually and as Trustee of
THE ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.
REVOCABLE TRUST dated
DECEMBER 20, 2000, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROY E. TAYLOR,
SR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.,
IF ANY; HAZEL RUDD
TRUSTEE FOR THE RAY-
MOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST; UNKNOWN BENE-
FICIARIES OF THE RAY-
MOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST; AND LANCE
COALSON, JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Sumtnmary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January
5,: 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 2003-483-CA-B of
the. Circuit Court of the 2nd*
Judcial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County, QUIN-
CY, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
ca$h at THE SOUTH DOOR
at Ih'e GmDSOErJ County
Counhrouse h:c...ai. d at 10 E.
JEFFERSON ,n QUINCY,
Florida, al 11 00 a m. on the
26th day of January, 2006
ire i :iio .. n,_ described
prropedl', a -et forth in said
:.umimar, Fir..il Judgment,
to-wit: .>


LOT 11 OF BLOCK "B" OF
HIGH BRIDGE SUBDIVI-
SION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
172,. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

'Dated this, 5th day of
January, 2006.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By' Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
son.-A wi'rh diiabiiities need-.
ing a" spec l al .c:.immoda-
Ir.:n .t.'uld ,ornia.'l 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.
1/12&19/06c


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

GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 2003-485-CA-B

NATIONAL CITY MORT-
- GAGE CO.
PLAINTIFF

VS.

ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.,
Individually and as Trustee
of THE ROY E. TAYLOR,
SR. REVOCABLE TRUST
dated DECEMBER 20,
2000, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST ROY E. TAY-
LOR, SR.; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ROY E. TAY-
LOR, SR., IF ANY; HAZEL
RUDD TRUSTEE FOR THE
RAYMOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST; UNKNOWN BENE-
FICIARIES OF THE RAY-
MOND JEAN FAMILY
TRUST; LANCE COAL-
SON, JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSES-
SION.
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January
5, 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 2003-485-CA-B of
the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County, QUIN-
CY, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at THE SOUTH DOOR
at the GADSDEN County
Courthouse located at 10 E.
JEFFERSON in QUINCY,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
26th day of January, 2006
the following described
property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment,
to-wit:

LOT 7 OF BLOCK D OF
HIGH BRIDGE SUBDIVI-


SION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
172, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

Dated this 5th day of
January, 2006.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse at 850-875-
8629, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
1/12&19/06c


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

CASE #: 05-001160-CAA


WASHINGTON
BANK,
Plaintiff,


MUTUAL


vs

LAYMON MILLS;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION #1;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION #2; IF LIV-
ING, AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE
NAMED 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
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order of Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January
5, 2006, entered in Civil
Case No. 05-001160-CAA
of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Judicial Circuit in and
for Gadsden County,
Florida, wherein WASHING-
TON MUTUAL BANK,
Plaintiff and LAYMON
MILLS are defendantss, I
will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, AT
THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE
COURTHOUSE LOCATED
AT 10 EAST JEFFERSON
STREET, QUINCY, FLORI-
DA, AT 11:00 A.M. on
February 1, 2006 the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:

COMMENCE AT A POINT
748.22 FEET SOUTH AND
408.8 FEET WEST OF THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHWEST QUAR-
TER OF SECTION 2,
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH,
RANGE 4 WEST, GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND THENCE RUN
NORTH 65 DEGREES 55
MINUTES EAST 370 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. THENCE RUN
NORTH 14 DEGREES 05


MINUTES WEST 107
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 75 DEGREES 08
MINUTES EAST 49.89
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 10 DEGREES 50
MINUTES EAST 100 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 65
DEGREES 55 MINUTES
WEST 45 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

ALSO DESCRIBED AS LOT
63 OF WILDWOOD
ACRES, AN UNRECORD-
ED PLAT.

TOGETHER WITH: COM-
MENCE AT A POINT 748.8
FEET WEST OF THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHWVE .T OQUAR-
TER OF SECTION "2
TOWNSHIP i SOUTH,
RANGE 4 WEST, GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND THENCE RUN
NORTH 65 DEGREES 55
MINUTES EAST 320 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. THENCE FROM
SAID POINT RUN NORTH
24 DEGREES 05 MINUTES
WEST 127 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 83 DEGREES
25 MINUTES EAST 71.9
FEET; THENCE RUN
.SOUTH 14 DEGREES 05
MINUTES EAST 107 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 65
DEGREES 55 MINUTES
WEST 50 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
ALSO DESCRIBED AS LOT
64 OF WILDWOOD
'ACRES, AN UNRECORD-
ED PLAT. TOGETHER
WITH A MOBILE HOME
PERMANENTLY AFFIXED
THEREON. YEAR: 2000;
VIN #: SHGA6340A AND
SHGA6340B.

IF Y OU ARE A PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY WHO
NEEDS ANY ACCOMMO-
DATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST
TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-'
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 10 EAST
JEFFERSON STREET,
QUINCY, FL 32351 WITHIN
2 WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU
ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF
YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-
955-8770.

DATED at QUINCY, Florida,
this 6th day of January,
2006.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberiy
Deputy Clerk
1/12&19/06c


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

A-1 AUTO SERVICE, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
02/03/2006, 9:00 a.m. at
17974 BLUE STAR HWY,
QUINCY, FL 31351-7162,
pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. A-1 Auto Service,
Inc. reserves the right to
accept of reject any and/or


all bids.

JM2UF1139K0707837 1989
MAZDA
JT3GN86R320254698
2002 TOYOTA -
01/16/06c


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

GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 03-1196 CAB

THE BANK OF NEW
'ORK. TRUSTEE U.A"
DATED 1 .'-'2 01 iEOCC
TRUSTOo2012 --'
PaIiniiri,

vs.

STEPHANIE K. SHAW and
SHAW, unknown
spouse of STEPHANIE K.
SHAW, if married; TOMMY
L. SHAW; WILLIE LEE
SHAW; LOUNETTE SHAW;
SHERMAN ACQUISITION
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP;
JOHN DOE and JANE
DOE,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: SHERMAN ACQUISI-
TION LIMITED PARTNER-
SHIP
Principal place of business
unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
herein described property,
situate and being in
Gadsden County, Florida;

The following described
property, situate, lying and
being in Gadsden County,
Florida, to-wit:,

A parcel of land lying in the
Northwest one-quarter of
the Southwest one-quarter
of the Northeast one-quarter
of Section 23, Township 3
North, Range 4 West,
Gadsden County, Florida
and being part of lands as
described in Official
Records Book 309, page
1740 of the Public Records
of said County, more partic-
ularly described by metes
and bounds as follows:

Begin at the Northwest
Corner of said lands, and
run:
Thence East along the
Northern boundary of said
lands a distance of 165.00
feet; Thence South OD
degrees 14 minutes 35 sec-
onds East 264.00 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.

ALSO:
a Non-Exclusive easement
for ingress, egress, regress
and utilities over and upon
the following described
lands to be used by Grantor,
their heirs and assigns
together with Grantee, her
heirs and assigns, to-wit:

A strip of land lying in the
Northwest one-quarter of
the Southwest one-quarter
of the Northeast one quarter
of Section 23, Township 3
North, Range 4 West,
Gadsden County, Florida
and being part of lands as
described in Official
Records Book 309, page
1740 of the Public Records


of said County, more partic-
ularly described by metes
and bounds as follows:

Commence at the
Northwest Corner of said
lands, and run; Thence East
along the Northern bound-
ary of said lands a distance
of 165.00 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
From said 'POINT OF
BEGINNING thence contin-
ue East 494.93 feet to the
Northeast Corner of said
lands, said point lying within
the Right-of-Way limits of a
County Roadway known as
Goldwire Road;


Plaintiff,


INVITATION TO BID

The School Board of Gadsden County is requesting bids for Contract Grass
Mowing at various schools around the District.

This will consist of approximately 156 acres. When giving your price, quote per
acre price only.

All bids will be per specification as attached to this document. Your bid must be
sealed and marked on the outside of the envelope as indicated below,

BID: #0607-01 Contract Grass Mowing Gadsden District Schools,

OPEN DATE: Thursday, February 9, 2006

OPEN TIME: 2:30 P.M.

All bids must be received in the office of the Superintendent, 35 Martin Luther King,
Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351 by 2:00 P.M. EST, Thursday, February 9, 2006.
Bids will be opened at that time. For your bid to be valid, the MINORITY/ NON-
MINORITY CERTIFICATION and the SWORN STATEMENT on PUBLIC CRIMES
must be SIGNED and RETURNED WITH YOUR BID. Bids received after hour and
date specified will not be accepted or considered.
f ,-,.,
Bid tabulation with recommended awards will be posted for review by interested
parties at the Superintendent's office on or about 11:00 A.M. February 10, 2006,
and will remain posted for a period of 72 hours. .Failure to file a protest with the
District within the time prescribed in Section 120.53(5), Florida Statutes, shall con-
stitute a waiver of proceeding under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes. A recommen-
dation will be made to the School Board at its regular Board Meeting Tuesday,
February 28, 2006, at 6:00 P.M. Bidders are welcome to attend Bid Opening and
Board Meeting.

Successful bidders must furnish insurance according to School Board schedule as
attached.

Upon agreement of both parties, at the end of the 1st year, this contract may be
extended for an additional one-year period, at same price as previous year.

The School Board reserves the right to:
Reject any part, or all, of the bid received.
To be sole judge as to a substitute item being equal

Bid package may be picked up at the office of Wayne Shepard, Director of
Facilities, Maintenance Department, at 805 South Stewart Street, Quincy, Florida
32351.

An inspection of all sites will be held at 8:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M., February 2, 2006 -
no other times will be scheduled.
1/19-2/02/06c


INVITATION TO BID

The School Board of Gadsden County 'is requesting bids for contract 'Lawn
Maintenance at East Gadsden High School.

WHEN QUOTING YOUR PRICE QUOTE PRICE PER WEEK

All bids will be per specification as, attached to this document. Your bid must be
sealed and marked on the outside of the envelope as indicated below. .

RE-BID: #0607-02 Lawn Maintenance East Gadsden High School

OPEN DATE: Thursday, Februar,. 9. 2006

OPEN TIME: 2:00 P.M.

All bids must be received in the office of the Superintendent, 35 Martin Luther King,
Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351 by 2:00 P.M. EST, Thursday, February 9, 2006.
Bids will be opened at that time. For your bid to be valid, the MINORITY/ NON-
MINORITY CERTIFICATION and the SWORN STATEMENT on PUBLIC CRIMES
must be SIGNED and RETURNED WITH YOUR BID. Bids received after hour and
date specified will not be accepted or considered.

Bid tabulation with recommended awards will be posted for review by interested
parties at the Superintendent's office on or about 11:00 A.M. February 10, 2006,
and will remain posted for a period of 72 hours. Failure to file a protest with the
District within the time prescribed in Section 120.53(5), Florida Statutes, shall con-
stitute a waiver of proceeding under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes. A recommen-
dation will be made to the School Board at its regular Board Meeting Tuesday,
February 28, 2006, at 6:00 P.M. Bidders are welcome to attend Bid Opening and
Board Meeting.

Successful bidders must furnish insurance according to School Board schedule as
attached.

Upon agreement of both parties, at the end of the 1st year, this contract may be
extended for an additional one-year period, al same price as previous year.

The School Board reserves the right to:
Reject any part, or all, of the bid received.
To be sole judge as to a substitute item being equal

Bid package may be picked up at the office of Wayne Shepard, Director of
Facilities, Maintenance Department, at 805 South Stewart Street, Quincy, Florida
32351.

A mandatory meeting and walk-thru of the property will be held February 2, 2006
at 1:00 p.m.

If you have any questions, please call (850) 627-9888 between 7:30 a.m. 4:00
p.m., Monday Friday.
1/19-2/02/06c


ADDRESS:


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

THAT CERTAIN PARCEL
OF LAND KNOWN, DESIG-
NATED, AND DESCRIBED
AS LOT 4, BLOCK 4, ON
AND ACCORDING TO A
MAP OR PLAT OF
SPRINGSIDE, PREPARED,
BY PIERCE MCDONALD
FROM A SURVEY THERE-
OF BY HIM, THE SAME
BEING A PART OF THE
SOUTH 1/2 OF SECTION
12, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 4 WEST, SITUAT-
ED, LYING, AND BEING IN
THE COUNTY OF GADS-
DEN AND THE STATE OF
FLORIDA;


Thence South 00 degrees
22 minutes,.34 ,.se.:.rnd SAID LOT BEiNG-I LOCAT.'
West aiorin'kae : 'ALrr,'";ED APPROXIMATLV-Y -
boundary of said lands a 50.00 FEET NORTH OF
distance of 20.00 feet; THAT CERTAIN SPRING
Thence West 494.88 feet; KNOWN AS SPRINGSIDE
Thence North 00 degrees SPRING AND/OR MILLION
14 minutes 35 seconds East DOLLAR SPRING.
20.00 feet to the POINT OF


BEGINNING.

Together with a doublewide
1999 PEAC mobile home,
described as follows:

ID Numbers:
PSHGA22099A Title
Number 77166766 &
PSHGA22099B Title
Number 77166768

has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it, on
Denise M. Rosenthal,
Esquire, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is
ADORNO & YOSS, LLP,
2525 Ponce De Leon Blvd.,
Suite 400, Miami, FL 33134
on or before February 18,
2006, a date which is within
thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice In
the Gadsden County Times
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either
before service on. Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

If you have a disability
which requires special
accommodations in order
for you to participate in this
proceeding, please contact
Chief Deputy Clerk of the
Court at 850-875-8629 or
write to PO Box 1649,
Quincy, Florida 32353 at
least (7) days before the
scheduled proceeding. He
will facilitate your atten-
dance in accordance with
the American Disabilities
Act.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court this 30th
day of December 2005.

Nicholas Thomas
As Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
1/19&26/06c


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

CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 06-00007-CA

CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,


PARCEL ID#: 3 12 2N 4W
1090 00004 0040.

has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses within 30 days
after the first publication, if
any, on Echevarria, Cbdilis
& Stawiarski, Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
or petition.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this
12th day of January, 2006.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
As Deputy Clerk
01/19&26/06c


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 06-000009-CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF DOYLE
ALLEN HINES,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Doyle Allen Hines,
deceased, whose date of
death was January 25,
2005, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 10 East Jefferson
Street, Quincy, FL 32351.
The names and addresses
of the personal representa-
tive and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a" copy of this
notice is required to. be
served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands


vs.

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS,` TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,. THROUGHt.
UNDER, STEPHEN DAR-'
GAN, JR: 'DECEASED, et
al, "
Defendant(s). .

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENbRS,,,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, STEPHEN DAR-
GAN, JR. DECEASED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
903 W 7TH STREET, QUIN-
CY, FL 32351

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED 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 ;


Personal Repre
,s/ EUGLENIA
330 Main Stree
Chattahoochee
32324



IN THE CIRCI
FOR GADSDE
FLOOR

PROBATE I
File No.: 06-0

IN RE: ESTATE
ALLEN HINES,
Deceased.

NOTIC
ADMINIST
(Tests

The adminisi
estate of Doyle
deceased, is p(
Circuit Court
County, Floric
Division, the
which is 10 EE
Street, Quincy,
The estate is te
date of the de
and any Codi'
Will and Test,
June 9, 1989.
and addresses
sonal represe
the personal
tive's attorney,
below.

Ar,, irile re,
*whor4;.a. -,'py
of administration
must object to
the will (or any
ifications of t
representative
jurisdiction of
filing a petiti
pleading reque
acccordance
Florida Prob
WITHIN 3 MON
THE DATE C
OF A COPY
NOTICE ON TI
ING PERSON,
OBJECTIONS
EVER BARREL

Any person
exempt proper
to file a petition
nation of exem
WITHIN THE
VIDED BY LA
RIGHT TO EXE
ERTY IS
WAIVED. Any
tied to electi
required to file
take elective s
THE TIME PR
LAW.'


Attorney for
Representative:
/s/HAROLD S.
Attorney for Euc
Florida Bar No.
227 East Jeffer.
Post Office Box
Quincy, Florida
Telephone: 850

Personal Repre
/s/ EUGLENIA I
330 Main Stree
Chattahoochee
32324


NOTI'


Pursuant to C


esentative: BEGIN at the southeast cor-
HINES ner of said Lot 5, Block "A"
3t and run thence North 63
e, Florida degrees 08 minutes 45 sec-
onds West along the south
1/19&26/06c boundary of said Lot 5, a
distance of 465.29 feet to
the easterly right of way
UIT COURT boundary of Forest Circle
;N COUNTY, (60 foot right of way),
NIDA thence run north 35 degrees
55 minutes 00 seconds East
DIVISION along said easterly right of
00009-CPA way, 339.28 feet to a point
of curve to the left; thence
E OF DOYLE leaving said easterly right of
way, run South 08 degrees
45 minutes 09 seconds East
295.00 feet to the easterly
E OF boundary of said Lot 5,
"RATION Block "A"; thence run south
ate) 06 degrees 12 minutes 31
seconds West along said
ration of the easterly boundary 333.89
a Allen Hines, feet to the POINT OF
ending in the BEGINNING, containing
for Gadsden 2.814 acres, more or less.
da, Probate
address of at public sale, to the highest
ast Jefferson bidder, for cash, at the
, FL 32351. South front door of the
state and the Gadsden County
cedent's Will Courthouse, Quincy, Florida
cils are Last at 11:00 a.m., on February
ament dated 2, 2006.
The names
s of the per- Nicholas Thomas
tentative and Clerk of Circuit Court
representa-
are set forth (SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry'
d pi.ron .:rn Deputy Clerk
';1 Ihe- roice- ...- -- 1,-19&26."-':
on is served
the validity of
codicil), qual- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
he personal OF THE SECOND
, venue, or JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
the court, by FLORIDA IN AND FOR
on or other GADSDEN COUNTY
sting relief in
with the CIVIL ACTION
)ate Rules, CASE NO. 06-000035-CAA
NTHS AFTER
)F SERVICE UNITED STATES OF
Y OF THE AMERICA, acting through
HE OBJECT- the United States
OR THOSE Department of Agriculture,
ARE FOR- Rural Development, f/k/a
D. Farmers Home
Administration,
n entitled to Plaintiff,
ty is required
n for determi- vs.
pt property


TIME PRO- MONICA KENON, heir and
W OR THE lineal descendant of BETTY
-MPTPROP- KENON, a/k/a BETTY T.
DEEMED KENON, a/k/a BETTY T.
person enti- KENON WOODEN, a/k/a
ve share is BETTY THOMAS KENON,
an election to a/k/a BETTY THOMAS
hare WITHIN WOODEN, a/k/a BETTY K.
OVIDED BY WOODEN, Deceased;
HERMAN BRITON, a/J/a
HERMON BRITTON, tenant
Personal in possession; JOHN DOE,
: unknown tenant in poses-
RICHMOND sion; JANE DOE, unknown
glenia Hines tenant in possession; Any
0120520 and all unknown heirs,
son Street devisees, grantees,
695 assignees or other
32353 claimants claiming by,
-875-1339 through, under or against
the Estate of BETTY
asentative: KENON, a/k/a BETTY
HINES THOMAS KENON, a/k/a
t BETTY T. KENON WOOD-
, Florida EN, a/k/a BETTY THOM-
MAS KENON, a/k/a BETTY
1/19&26/06c THOMAS WOODEN, a/k/a
BETTY K. WOODEN,
Deceased; and STATE OF
CE FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE,
'h. 373, F.S., Defendants.


the Northwest Florida Water
Management District gives
notice of receipt of an appli-
cation (44-2006-14G), sub-
mitted by Trustland Partner
LLC, (James Dahl), 9802 N.
Meridian Rd., Tallahassee,
FL 32312, to construct an
agricultural impoundment,
located in S15/T2N/R1W,
Gadsden Co. For more
information, comments or
objections, please write to
the -Division of Resource
Regulation, NWFWMD, 152
Water Management Dr.,
Havana, FL 32333. Any
objections or comments
must be filed with the
District by 5:00 p.m.
February 4, 2006.
01/19/06c


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


NOTICE OF ACTION

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GADSDEN

TO: Any and all unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, or other
claimants claiming 'by,
through, under or against
the Estate of BETTY
KENON, a/k/a BETTY T.
KENON, a/k/a BETTY T.
KENON WOODEN, a/k/a
BETTY THOMAS KENON,
a/k/a BETTY THOMAS
WOODEN, a/k/a BETTY K.
WOODEN, Deceased

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage regarding the fol-
lowing property in Gadsden
County, Florida:

COMMENCE at an iron bar

CONT pg 17


against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER, THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. .
. ALL CLAIMS: NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WfLL BE FOREVER
,BARRED.
:. NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM. FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR. MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF-DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this notice is January 19,
2006.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/HAROLD S. RICHMOND
Attorney for Euglenia Hines
Florida Bar No. 0120520
227 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 695
Quincy, Florida 32353
Telephone: 850-875-1339


CURRENT.
UNKNOWN


CASE NO. 05-1075-CAB

JAMES L. THOIMPSON,
Plaintiff,

vs.

KRIS T. GARRETT; ASS
ACCEPTANCE LLC 'a d
UNKNOWN TENANTS%.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

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

LOT 5-B BLOCK "A", FOR-
EST HILLS

A portion of Lot 5, Block "A",
Forest Hills, a subdivision
recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 215 of the Public
Records of Gadsden
County, Florida, described
as follows:


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