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Creation Date: April 12, 2007
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Full Text





Anglers take on bass during
chilly Lake Talquin Open
Page B 1






Wlt diatobi


Quincy Music Theatre to present 'Wind
in the Willows.' For ticket info, call
875-9444, or log onto qmtonline.com


0om, ttc


Local doctors

honored
At L.H.B. Foote Memorial
Dinner and Lecture... Page 8


Midway loses

official

City manager Paul Piller to leave
job May 4...Page 3


School board

goes paperless

Members will work from laptops
under new program ... Page 7


Area prep

sports

See how your favorite high
school team is doing this spring
..Page 10




: Former aigator

trapper battling

more than reptiles

SMidway man fighting
cancer fr the third time
by LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor
Tony Hunter's blue eyes sparkle as he talks
about his days as a nuisance alligator trapper
for the Florida Wildlife Conservation
Commission.
He's sitting in a recliner
in his home in Midway,
..his son, who has taken
over the job, on a nearby
couch, watching him talk.
But now he's fighting a
battle bigger than any
alligator. After suffering a
heart attack in 2005, he
was diagnosed with lung Tony Hunter
cancer in March of 2006.
Doctors told him it was terminal. He beat that,
but then doctors found three tumors on his
brain and one on his adrenal gland. Back to
See TRAPPER on Page 6


Is the Quincy bypass being bypassed?



Transportation official defends remarks to city commissioners


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The Executive Director' of the Capital
Region Transportation Planning Agency,
Harry Reed III, attended the Quincy City
Commission meeting Tuesday night
because he wanted to explain a few things. -
An article that appeared in Tuesday's
Tallahassee Democrat about the agency's
decision to defer a bypass in Quincy and the
frustration by some residents led Reed to
tell commissioners what the city's
alternatives are for funding the bypass.
"Regarding Quincy in the article (entitled:
"Regional agency dropped plans for bypass


this year") the information was factual but
the way it was presented...the project has
not been dropped but deferred because
revenues have gone down," Reed said.
He said the reason is that the state's budget
from the Department of Transportation has
gone down and the price of asphalt has
gone up from $75 per yard to $110 per
yard.. The project. which would'connect
State Road 12.to Strong Road, was put on
the drawing board in the 1990s.
The rationale was that it would keep big
trucks from downtown and that it would
provide a short cut to the hospital. The late
See BYPASS on Page 6


2005 audit promised


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The. City of Quincy still does
not have the 2005 audit. But Ron
Thompkins of the auditing firm
Watson and Rice said he plans to
have the audit by the next
meeting, April 23.
Commissioners said they were
anxious to get the audit so that
could start the budget process for


the next fiscal year. However,
with no 2005 audit report and the
2006, 2007 audits no where in
sight, it will be hard to discuss a
budget.
"You will have the final 2005
audit in two weeks and the 2006
audit by September," promised
Thompkins.
He told commissioners that
See AUDIT on Page 6


Saying goodbye to a native son


Last respects



paid to



fallen officer


Officer Thelma Lewis of the Moncks Corner, SC Police Department weeps for a fallen fellow
officer, Lonnie Michael Wells, who was buried in Quincy last Thursday. Wells, a native of
Quincy was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute in the town were he served
as an officer. (Photo by Alice Du Pont)


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
There were only a few
seats left at the A.O. Shelter
National Guard Armory
Thursday morning. Officer
Lonnie Michael Wells, 40,
was brought home for the
last time. Family, friends,
and others who barely knew,
him .came to pay their
respects and say .goodbye to
a police officer who was
killed in the line of duty.
SWells was a police, officer
in Moncks Corner, SC
(about 30 miles outside
Charleston). He and another
officer, Marcus Stiles, were
gunned down when they
answered a domestic dispute
call on March 25.
But Thursday, all law
enforcement officers were
thanked publicly for the
work they do protecting the
communities in which they
serve.
A contingent of 15 officers
accompanied Wells' body by
motorcade from South
Carolina. Another 30
officers representing the
Quincy Police Department,
the Florida Highway Patrol,
the Leon County Sheriffs
Office, and the Tallahassee


Pohce
lDepartment
Attended the
sert ice.
"I never
met anyone
\\ho had
more
Wells enthusiasm
about life. I
know today,, after coming to
Quincy, where his spirit
came from,"' said Chief
Chad Caldwell of the
* Moncks Corner Police
Department. "We had him in
our lives for just a few
years. We were blessed to
have him," he said.
He said Wells graduated
from James A. Shanks High
School in the Class of 1984.
After graduation he joined
the Navy and retired after 20
years as a Machinist First
Mate.
After retirement
Wells joined the Moncks
Corner Police Department
and served that community
as a School Resource
Officer. "He was a great
resource officer and the kids
all loved ,him," said his
cousin Nancy Gee.
See OFFICER on Page 11


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School chief dons apron for a day

James goes behind the lunch counter at Gretna Elementary


Gadsden County
Schools Superintendent
Reginald James peels a
papaya while working
S in the kitchen at
Gretna Elementary
School April 5.


by LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor
Gadsden County Schools
Superintendent ,Reginald James
donned the clear, lightweight
plastic gloves that are part of a
food service worker's uniform
April 5 and tied on a white apron.
He arrived at Gretna
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Elementary at 7 a.m., ready to
take his place on "the line."
That's the last moment he had
time to be still, he said.
"Children cannot learn unless
they have good nutrition," he
said.
He scooped and served
breakfast cheese grits, sausage
and toast before launching


directly into his main task of the
day: Peeling papayas in
preparation for the lunch crowd.
"There are a lot of students who
eat breakfast," he said. "I was
really inspired because the line
was so long. And when you stand
there, scooping and serving, you
kind of look down the line and
wonder, 'where does it end?"'


James said some students
recognized him, and that many
talked with him as they slid trays
down the metal counter toward
the cast register.
After breakfast, it was time to
turn attention to lunch, served at
11:30 a.m.
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2 The Gadsden County Times: April 12, 2007


Madison seeks re-election in Midway

Commissioner says city has come a long way in recent years


Book signing


Midway has come a long way,
but we still have a way to go.
When I first ran for office in
2001, the City had been in a state
of financial emergency, for
almost seventeen years. Roads
were unpaved, there were no
traffic signals, the I-10
interchange was not lit, and
things looked bleak for saving
the city. By 2002, the City was
over $110,000 in debt and owed
an additional $140,000 to the
Federal Department of Justice for
a COPS grant that was not spent
correctly. The Police Department
was shut down, Midway Park
was closed, and the City was
unable to purchase any type of
insurance. Several of you asked
me then that if I won my
election, would I support the idea
of dissolving Midway. My
answer then was NO and it is still
NO!
When I came on board as a
Council Member, I was new to
this arena. I attended many
meetings, seminars and


workshops to
become
politically
savvy., These
classes
assisted me
in working -
with the
Council and
City staff to
create the strategic plan to save
Midway.
Citizens, God has been good to
us. Because of the commercial
and residential development
which was part of the strategy,
we have been able to lower the
millage rates on property from 5
mills to 3.2 mills. We have
applied and received nearly $3
million in grants to pave roads,
provide drainage, and to renovate
and build parks. We have
adopted an ordinance prohibiting
heavy industry and now have
lights at the Interstate ramps. We
are still working on the traffic
signals at Flying J, but have
received approval from the


Department of Transportation for
a traffic signal at US 90 and
Brickyard Road.
The City is no longer in
financial emergency. All bills are
paid and the City has regained its
credibility. The City received the
prestigious "Rural Community of
the Year Award for 2004" from
the Governor's Office. I did not
do this by myself, but with the
grace of God, the Council
Members, City Staff and you, the
citizens.
I have been a good leader; fair,
honest, dedicated, hard working,
and an outstanding
Mayor/Councilwoman working
for ALL the people of Midway. I
believe our children need a
school, a library, and a Boys and
Girls club.
I believe every homeowner
should be able to purchase or
renew adequate homeowners
insurance at a reasonable price
and that property tax laws should
be changed to keep property
values from skyrocketing. I will


continue to monitor the city's
finances as well as County and
State funding for our City and
our citizens. Today our financial
condition is at an all-time high
and will remain that way under
my administration. My 20-plus
years of work experience in
accounting enable me to continue
to serve as the "gatekeeper" of
Midway is financial stability.
I will continue our efforts
toward achieving a police
department and a second fire
station, developing an overlay of
water and sewer lines; attracting
a grocery store, drug store, bank
and other retail businesses to the
City; and maintaining the highest
quality of service and support for
our citizens.
I will continue to lobby for
additional traffic signals and
sidewalks and be diligent in my
efforts to preserve Midway's
Historic area and ensure orderly
development and smart economic
growth.
Thank you for your support.


Loma Barkley was among the first to get her book signed Saturday
afternoon by Clarence M. Jackson, I author of "The Day All Hell
Broke Loose" during a book signing event at the Gadsden Art Center.
The book, which was published about a month ago, has received rave
local reviews. It centers around the trials and tribulations of a young
pastor in rural north Florida. The novel is Jackson's first attempt but
he says it will not be his last. Jackson is the pastor of Bethel Baptist
Church in Chattahoochee and is employed by the Gadsden County
School District as a job coach. (Photo by Alice DuPont)


Franks running again in Gretna


Commissioner up for re-election; points to record in office


Helen Franks is a commissioner
that you can depend on to be
there and assist you in time of
need before and after the
election. She can be your trusted
voice for the people of Gretna.
today and tomorrow. She worked
to improve the water quality and
Gretna is #1 in the Region, she
was instrumental in getting
$400,000 for the Park Street Park


and $500,000
for the waste
water system,
instrumental
in getting a
school
crossing
guard here in
Gretna, co-
implemented
an Alcohol


Rehabilitation Program in Gretna
and is Director of the Springfield
A.M.E. Church Senior Adult
Ministry for the past five years.
She served summer lunches to
our children for the past three
years, started Saturday's clean up
using Gadsden County's -male,
and female inmates (Spring
2005), instrumental in getting the
and Drug Talquin Electric franchise fee


refunded back to us, instrumental
in rehabilitating/remodeling more
than 13 homes. She started a
Resource Center at the Gretna
Day Care Center (2005) and took
a stand and voted no on conflict
of interest issues to ensure the
appropriate use of our tax
dollars. Again and .always, you
can count on me. Vote April
24th for Helen Franks.


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The Gadsden County Times April 12,2007 3


Midway city manager Paul Piller tenders resignation


by LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

Midway City Manager Paul
Piller is calling it quits.
He resigned his post at last
week's regular City Council
meeting.
Piller, who has frequently been
under fire from councilwoman Ella
Barber and councilman Chuck
Willis, said his decision to leave
was based on "age and frustration."
"I think there just comes a time
when you just need to move on,"
he said. "I'm really happy I'm
moving on but I have deep feelings
for Midway, from when I was first
here in '87 and '88 as a consultant."
Piller, 61, plans to stay in the area
and pursue other career options, he
said.
He was hired as city manager in


August of 2002. He says he's
proud of the work he and other city
staff members have done to put the
city back in the black and create
opportunities for growth.
"The commercial annexation -
that really got the city out of the
financial emergency it was in," he
said in reference to the 10/90
Commerce Park and other large
commercial lots. "It created jobs
and put property on the tax rolls.
The tax base has increased from
$13 million when I first started to
$65 million. I would guess next
year it will be $105-$110 million."
Piller said new businesses that
moved in created around 500 jobs
and a "very healthy tax base."
During his tenure, companies
including T Formations, ABC
Supply, ABC TV, a Frito Lay
distributorship. Midway Tire.


APRON from Page 1


' With that nimarn\ sitdellis, \'UO
e.al!\ ha.ie to peel .I lt ot
papij\s.' he *.ud. "I peeled
them. licn somnleonIe else cLII
then \\e hid kind ot an
assembly\ line. I \a, concerned
that I wouldn't' t iet enough peeled
foi a.l the children to hJ\e That
%%.Is a >ent,';s ,lob. I \. n l1 to tell
\' O,.
The school pron:ice, healthy\
eaiine bi shov'. ainl a. "FILII oI f
lthe Monih." Jame, .iiud thi,
nonth. [lthie papa a 1got the honol.
'TheN had ine :on dispel \ .ind
studentss \\anted to kno, \\hat it
v. as." he s ud. There are ,a lot of
people who hjae ne\el seen a
pap.;. Mlost of the students
liked it."
In addition to peeling piapa.iJ
the superintendent v a, asked
v.irh handingdi a dish ot it to
,tiudenti s ril he\ moed dc. tin the
line fol the rest ol lunch-
Spaghlerti. gieen begins aind
applesauce cake.
Jaines hs v.\orked inm e\eiul
oiher capiacmies tilis e:ii. _,ei% ing
as a bus aide one da\ and a dean
on anotheit occasion. He like- the
e'.pernence he gamn tIromn
assunumJn, the roles ,of scliool
emrploiees, he sid, becaui.ie 11
helps hinm indeisIt.Lid them a bit
better .nd 11 gies him j chance
tOi itetaiJL \. ilh studenll s.
"'It l eail\ doe, pli'\Lde d c \ ,., lth


a lir-thiind look of what the job
is about. he said.
It re.ll minakes \lou mole
seniimt\e t.' \'hat the\ go thrt-'ulgh
i- t go.es \oi .1 better idea.i of
w hat the ]ob is.'
And on occasion, he le.inris ;
1th1 ; 01 [t ..
"I iea.lied that II \ou gel theie
In the inornnl' .land have to help
prepare the meils and stand on
lthe line and ser\e. \ou ie goin
10 he I in le tatigLied," he said.
"IIt 1.kes \ou understand that
e\en though food sei ice
\wourkeis iare smiling. It i, wuork.
You hate to be fairli phl\icallyv
fit to stand there for hours arnd
sei\e. I gained a greater
Jppreciation tor our lunchiooml
staff."
lames said stood service
\\:ikeri sel\'e up niore than
bieakfast and lunch.
I realized \hhjat a \.luable
ei\ ice thev pl0t.1 ide to our
students Siuidemnts eem to have a
gleat rapport with the lunchroom
sartaff'. lie said.
"The \w.orkeis kino\\ marln ot
Ihe students and talk 1 them.
The\ pmo ide suppoin and
encioul cement.
Jmnes plans ti: se~l'e in another
school employee lole in the next
fe. monilnhs, but hn 't cihoenll
which job he'll do foi a daJ\ he
'.lld .


Copart, Ringpower, Rand
Construction, Waste Pro and two
hotels have moved into Midway.
The city earned a "Rural
Community of the Year"
designation in 2004.
Midway's recent residential
housing boom created a host of
headaches for city officials, and
Piller acknowledged it took many,
of them off guard.
"The growth really caught a lot
of us by surprise not the
commercial growth but the
residential," he said. "There are too
many cars going out on the wrong
streets, and we'll fix that. Not
being able to get a charter school
here was a real setback. We need a
second fire station and more retail
development I think it's coming."
Piller said a retail lot across from
city hall which originally offered
20 .iiiiii squl ue tee[ |It iecul sp.Ice
and noIl h .Is 5I.II.1IiI sqtlale Ieel.
Vill cl-.urge NIid 6 ,i\ ditirmcAl. l
if oflcial:. can con' since reuailer to
loc.are theie


"Hopefully, we will finally get a
grocery store, a restaurant, a bank -
everything Midway needs. People
are now going to Tallahassee for
those things, so those dollars are
leaving Gadsden County," he said.
'Tve just been so heavily involved
in Midway that I do have strong
feelings about it. The people here
are by and large wonderful people
who have by and large been out of
the loop. The only way to help
them is to increase retail revenue.
Midway is now in such a position
that if some people who are really
committed to it can sit down and
plan for how Midway and U.S. 90
will look, it could be a wonderful
place. Eventually U.S. 90 will be
commercialized and this is the
time to protect it, to keep some


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District 2


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Piller's last day as city manager is
May 4.
In other matters at Thursday's
meeting, council members:
* Approved an ordinance for the
voluntary annexation of an acre of
land owned by Gregory Artis.


* Approved a special acceptance
use request for the ABC TV tower.
* Gave approval for the purchase
of signs for the Division of
Forestry.
* Tabled resolutions recognizing
Charles DuPont, Jeff Bowden and
Pepper Ghazvini.


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Join the BATTLE Plan!
1. Lower Utilities
2. Renovate Jackson Heights
3. Establish a lore Responsive
Local Government

VOTE ARRIE M. BATTLE FOR

CITY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2


April 24, 2007


THE BATTLE IS NOT YOURS,


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Encouraging planned and managed growth
as a means of developing an attractive city
environment while protecting and
conserving our natural resources






Providing and maintaining reliable and
appropriate infrastructure for smart
growth and development






Operating an adequately funded city
government through financially responsible
and fiscally sound methods


Recruiting and maintaining highly
motivated City of Quincy employees
committed to excellence






Ensure quality and accessibility for police
and fire protection services within the
City of Quincy


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Controlling the cost of utilities for all
residents of the City of Quincy, by
- Making utility providers compete for our
business through a bid process (lower rates,
better services)
- Supporting and providing funding for
weatherization programs (better insulation for
energy efficiency), and
-:Recommending the use of energy efficient
lighting (green bulbs, etc.)


Assisting and promoting affordable
housing, quality educational and cultural
opportunities for the residents of the
City of Quincy





Creating diverse job opportunities
(with excellent benefits) by recruiting
good businesses that increase the City of
Quincy tax base


Facilitating citizen involvement through.
quarterly (or as often as needed)
meetings in District 2



Enhancing the Jackson Heights Park by
expanding playground equipment and
planning for a water park
- Applying for a $200,000 FURDAT Grant
- Organizing a District 2 Wellness Group to
facilitate the design and use of the park


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A free exchange of idcais is necessary cif good govelnn-iernt and good cnii l


As long as we think, we can be better than we are. i

By Alice DuPont, Editor



Contemplation



What's so bad about Gadsden?


Gadsden County gets a bad rap on just
about anything you can think of. If it's
bad, you can almost bet someone,
somewhere is going to figure out a way
to associate it with our beautiful county.
It's true we have some bad stuff going
on here but so does America. Just last
week a reporter from my old place of
employment, Palm Beach Post, was in
town to write an article about all of the
gang violence we're currently
experiencing. From what he had been
told by an expert on gangs during a
forum held a few weeks ago in south
Florida was that gangs are making their
way here and are using the area,
specifically Tallahassee, for rest and
relaxation.
However, when he arrived in
Tallahassee, we were informed that if
he really wanted to get a good article on
gang activity, he ought to come to
Quincy.
What??
Yes, that's what the man was told and
he ended up in my office to get my take
on gangs in Gadsden County. I wasn't
much help to him because I suppose I'm
in the wrong spots to find out about this
rampant gang violence. From what law
enforcement officials have told me, we
have some "wanna-be" gang members
around and about.
He asked.me about the "five or six"
gang-related homicides that we've
experienced in recent years. I informed
him that the homicides we had
involving teens and young adults had
nothing to do with gangs at all. Willie
Smith wasn't in a gang when he
committed the quarduple in 2005.
Brothers Earl Moore and Tracy Wright
waln't in a gang \%hen they killed
Jeemiah 'Sanders. Teirell Powell
certainly wasn't in a gang when he
killed Moses Wilson. So, I really didn't
know what he was talking about.
SWhether he believed me or not is
another story.
Sunday night as I was watching a
television program on the FAMU
network about mentoring, Tallahassee
Commissioner Andrew Gillum was
encouraging young men and women to
become mentors.
I suppose to drive his point home, he
needed a startling statistic. That's when
he told the audience that there is a need
for college students to become mentors
because "next door in Gadsden County,
the graduation rate is 15%."
I must have misunderstood what he
actually said.


I doubt the graduation rate in the
county has ever been that low, even
when people went to school in one-
room school houses. I knew the
information wasn't true but I wondered
why he felt the need to say something
so damaging about Gadsden County.
Would anyone believe this?
Yes.
What have we ever done to Andrew
Gillum for him to publicly pass along
such a distorted view of our county? I
called him to find out if he actually said
what I thought he said. He didn't recall
and promised to get the tape because he
was sure he said 50%.
If, he said, he made the mistake, he
apologized and said that was certainly
not what he meant to say.
I called our school board office and
was told that the graduation rate is
closer to fifty percent. That's not the
best, but I was informed that we are
making improvements in that area.
Of course, when people say things
like that about us, I conclude that the
only way they make themselves look
good is to make someone else (us) look
bad, even if it is a lie.
Then again, some of us don't do much
to help. The first thing that comes out
of the mouths of our elected officials is
what's wrong in Gadsden County.
They love to expound on how poor
the people here are. They neglect to say
that 80% of the people who live here
Own their own homes, compared to
about 60% statewide.
They may not be mansions, but the
homes belong to them.
I've never lived in a place where there
weren't any poor people. But the people
who are the mo\ eis and shakers think
more of their communities than to
dwell on the negatives.
They're doing something about their
negatives, just as we are, but they know
enough not to publicize all of the
negatives,
That's something we've got to learn.
Because when I hear someone
complain about "the negative publicity"
that printed and televised about
Gadsden County, I tell them that
whatever negatives'are out there, we
put it there and that's what has been
picked up on as what the county is all
about.
I wish for once, when I see or read
about an elected official being
interviewed they could make it through
without talking about how bad things
are here.


"I could out hit all of you guys with one
hand tied behind my back! I could run
faster. Good Lord, couldn't any of you
throw with me! I've still got a cannon for
an arm. And I'm much better looking......"
Robert "Bambi" Akin was holding forth,.as
usual.
"Bambi, you little ant," John Popham
wasn't buying any of it. "you've once again
grossly over exaggerated your abilities.
The only thing you were ever good at was
running into fences."
S"Well, he wasn't too bad with those girls
down in Huntland."
"Aw, those Huntland girls were Kes's
idea." Bambi had been blaming an ill fated
date (or two) with a couple of valley girls
on me for forty years!
Bambi thought Tim Turpen was
responsible for his crash into the fence. "If
Turp had'a yelled 'look out' or 'hold up' or
just anything, I might have avoided the
dang thing."
It was a heck of a collision. On that we all
agreed. David Paschall talked about the
teeth marks on the fence. I saw the blood
spurt'all the way 'from the infield. John
Stewart and some of the others
remembered the pick-up truck coming out
to haul him to the hospital. George Horton
told us Bambi was trying to look in the


mirror to see how messed up his pretty face
was before they could get him in the truck.
Randy Love, as was his custom, listened
cfuietly.
The game was against Ball State. In 1969.
And my favorite memory of the incident
took place later in the hospital, a couple of
hours after the game. I was checking on
Bambi, as was also the aforementioned girl
friend from Huntland. Through a pretty (no
pun intended) beat up face he was
recounting every step leading up to his
bout with the fence. His mother and fiance
walked into the room. You talk about
crowded! I looked down to see how Bambi
was going to handle this.....he had fallen
back on the pillow, unconscious!
David was letting us have it. "If I had
gotten any run support I would have been
undefeated. When I pitched we lost 1 to 0,
2 to 1 and 1 to 0. Ya'll didn't get me any
runs."
"Paschall," Dootsy Kirk had his arm
around David's shoulder, "you're crazy, do
you know that?"
David moved to his home run against
David Lipscomb University in Nashville.
"It was the longest home run ever hit in
those parts. We would have won the game

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ThisJust In


by Leslie Roberts,
News Editor


Making the most of Midway


With the departure of City .Manager
Paul Piller and upcoming City
Council elections that have the
potential to bring four new faces
onboard, there is great potential for
both triumph and tragedy.
Considering the rapid and, city
officials admit, overwhelming growth
the city has experienced recently,
particularly in residential housing -
1,100 new homes will have been built
by the time subdivisions that have'
been approved are completed, and
more are on the way now is the time
for the council to buckle down and
work together to ensure Midway is a
safe, financially viable place to live
that includes necessities like schools,
appropriate infrastructure and grocery
stores.
Whoever winds up in the city
manager's seat must be ready to roll
with the punches,'and incumbent City
Council members would be wise to
put aside their differences and work
as a team no matter who is on the
council or' is responsible for the day-
to-day operation of the city.
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gripes about individuals and nit-
picking over procedural formalities
hold sway.
Piller said 'earlier this week that he
thought Midway, incorporated, in
1987, was designed to fail.
"I think Marva Davis and Lynwood
Herron had great intentions," he said.
"They wanted 20,000 acres what
they ended up with was 2,000. It was
the poorest of the poor people in
Gadsden County. Four pieces of
commercial property made up 25
percent of the tax base. The growth
has really added to the tax base, by
and large."
Midway's come a long way since its
inception, but there's still a long way
to go.
There's.been a lot of talk in, recent
months about "putting Midway on the
map" and making it a pleasant, place
not only for residents but for visitors.
There is a lot of work to be done to
get to that point.
But without proper planning and a
City Council with current and future
residents' basic needs in mind,
Midway will be on the map, all right -
as a roadblock to avoid.


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Letter to the editor

Mr. Sam Hawkins, perhaps you need to enroll in an
anger management class. How can you take a discussion
on how our tax dollars are spent and turn it into me
complaining that my taxes are too high. Moreover, I
cannot understand where slavery and exploitation of
unskilled worker fits into this same discussion.
You also do not have a clue as to my politics or my
voting record. In the past ten years I have financially .
supported Al Lawson, Sterling Dupont, Judge Parsons,
Clay Vanlandingham, Ed Dixon, and Morris Young. I
have also cast ballots for Dale Summerford and Nicholas
Thomas. I hope your letter to the editor was not accusing
these fine civil servants of abusing anyone. I will agree with
you that education is important. It teaches things like
written comprehension, sentence structure, and spelling.
Also accounting classes can help you discover that
monetary gifts to individuals does not create tax savings. It
actually triggers a gift tax. In dosing I would say our
opinions vary greatly on where Gadsden County is headed
in 2007 (not 1861). Maybe we should meet and discuss
these differences in private and not in a public forum.

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Hospital


hopes

For many years, the Gadsden
County Board of County
Commissioners has worked
continuously to provide good
quality health care for the citizens
of Gadsden County. In the early
90's previous county
commissions contracted the
hospital out to management
companies as a way to better
manage the hospital. In those
contracts the hospital's license
was given to the management
companies. In hindsight, this
action has now proven to be a
bad decision. Before the
hospital closed, the present
county commission started the
process to retake the hospital
from the management company
(Ashford Healthcare) because of
poor health care given to .our
citizens in
the county
and lease
violations by
Ashford.
The county
commission
reactivated
the Hospital
Board and
the change of ownership of the
hospital was filed with the state
of Florida (Agency for
Healthcare Administraition) and
the federal governing (Centefs
for Medicare Medicaid Services).
The hospital closing by the state
of Florida was done only because
of poor health care and
unsanitary conditions the citizens
of Gadsden County endured
under Ashford's management.
When the hospital closed and
Ashford filed for bankruptcy the
change of ownership was stalled
in bankruptcy court. Gadsden
County has spent a great deal of
money fighting Ashford in state
and federal court to reopen the
hospital because the citizens of
Gadsden County deserve the best
quality health care possible
without having to drive over 40
miles roundtrip to Tallahassee,
especially if it is an emergency.
The county has gained an
approved agreement from the
bankruptcy court. That is why
our hospital needs the Critical
Access Status from the federal
government. With the Critical
Access Status the county could
work within a sound financial
plan to run the hospital in good
working order. At present the
county is fighting to retain the
Critical Access Status it earned in
2001 from the Agency for
Healthcare Administration
(AHCA) and the federal
government Centers for
Medicare Medicaid Services
(CMS). The federal
government's own rule states
that if we were a Critical Access
Hospital before January 1, 2006,
the 35 miles requirement is
waived and we could retain our
Critical Access Status. We have
had our Critical Access Status '
since 2001. CMS should work
with the County to reopen the
Hospital because it is necessary
and legally permissible, and the
Hospital was closed through no
fault of the citizens of Gadsden
County. Gadsden County is
rural but growing fast and the
need to improve the health care
status of this county depends
greatly on the reopening of the
Hospital. The County, on its
own but with the support of the
AHCA, began work on repair
and refurbishment to reopen the
Hospital and continues to do so.
We have recently opened an
Urgent Care Center at the
hospital which has helped in
reducing some trips to
Tallahassee; however, since the
hospital's closing there have
been 1,342 more emergency
transports to hospitals outside
Gadsden County. The lack of a
hospital has negatively impacted
surrounding hospitals in

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Boyd urges county to 'think regionally' about healthcare


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Home on Easter Break,
Congressman Allen Boyd took
the opportunity to visit Gadsden
County Monday afternoon.
Uppermost in his mind was the
status of healthcare in Gadsden
County since the hospital
closed.
But realistically, Boyd said
that many in Gadsden County


may have to change the way
they view things. "The Board of
County Commission may have
to begin to think regionally in
terms of problems and solu-
tions," he said.
Boyd has already organized a
health committee that has repre-
sentatives from each of the eight
counties he represents. "Their
job is to discuss their problems
and rank their needs," he said.
And while the county wants


to be independent, Boyd said,
Gadsden County cannot solve
all of the county's needs. "Rural
hospitals across the country are
facing the same problems as
Gadsden County as it relates to
remaining open. Gadsden has
shut down, Calhoun, Port St.
Joe, Apalachicola all have prob-
lems," he said.
Boyd said he isn't advocating
any particular solution but that
whatever happens needs to be


able to serve the region. With
many small counties sand-
wiched between Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital and Bay
Medical Center (in Panama
City) without hospitals, he is
convinced for reasons of service
and financial, the answer is
regional.
"It cost millions to run a hos-
pital and small communities just
can't handle it anymore," he
said.


Congressman Allen
Boyd toured the Urgent
Care Center and
Gadsden Community
Hospital with local offi-
cials Monday afternoon.
Left, he talks with urgent
care administrator Cory
Fleming while
Commissioners Brenda
Holt and Derrick Price
look on (photo by Alice
DuPont)


BYPASS from Page 1


Sen. Pat Thomas pushed for the
bypass and several town meetings
were held for citizen input.
After Thomas' death with no one
to push for the funds fell by the
wayside. In 2004 a regional
transportation agency was formed.
The concept was that the state
would be more likely to fund
regional projects than local
projects. The make-up of the board
was based on population and that
meant Midway had one vote,
Havana had one vote, Quincy had
one vote and Gadsden County had
two votes.
However, Tallahassee had seven
votes and so did Leon County. The


agency was tasked with
transportation needs in the region
whether it was roads or mass
transportation of bicycle trails.
For the past five years the bypass
has been in the top five projects to
be funded. This year, Reed said, it
was deferred because of the lack of
funding. There is not enough
money, he said, to fund the project
100 percent. The bypass was
projected to originally cost
between $3 million and $5 million
dollars. That cost is now estimated
to be approximately $25 million
dollars. Further delays would only
increase the cost.
"There are no new projects in the


next five years for capacity
projects," Reed said. The bypass is
considered a "capacity project."
Reed said that perhaps money
could be found to construct the
bypass if the city came up with
matching funds. We'll still looking
at the project," Reed reassured a
skeptical commission.
"The article indicated that
Tallahassee is running everything
but you are also very important
too," Reed said.
Commissioner Finley Cook, who
voted in 2004 against joining the
agency said the commission was
told that the agency was going to
be formed and the commission


decided it would be better to be at
the table when the agency made
decision than not.
Mayor Sherrie Taylor said the
city signed an interlocal agreement
with the agency. and gave
Midway's Mayor Delores Madison
the authority to vote for Quiricy
and Havana by proxy, which
would have given three votes.
Reed said he has been on the job
for two months but that he has
never seen the interlocal
agreement.
But when it came time for a vote,
Madison was only allowed one
vote according to Taylor. Reed
explained that in the past when


votes have been taken and the
voting representative is absent no
one else' is allowed to vote by
proxy.
"They're doing exactly what I
said they. were going to do. I
haven't changed my mind," said
Commissioner Cook about
becoming a member of the agency.
Commissioner Dowdell asked the
city attorney to research what steps
the city should take to remove
itself from the board.
"It's not fair. Leon County and
Tallahassee have 82 percent of the
vote. What makes Tallahassee
think they're more than us?" asked
Commissioner Keith Dowdell.


"It's a David and Goliath
situation," Commissioner Elias
said. Like David, the city
commissioners aren't ready to sit
back and watch the agency defer
Gadsden County projects while
Leon and Tallahassee get what
they want.
"They act as if this is a Quincy
issue or a Gadsden County
problem. These aren't our trucks.
Last year we were in the top five
but now we're number 20 or 21
from the list I saw," Gay said.
"Let my agency and DOT have a
workshop with you all to explain
how the projects are funded," Reed
said.


AUDIT from Page 1


auditors are now required to
supply a written timeline to
customers as to the time they can
expect audits to be complete. The
firm's contract has been extended
for another year to complete the
2006 audit.
In other matters, Denise Pouncey
Hannah said she was upset that
Bill Bogan city manager has
decided to charge citizens 15 cents
per page if they want an expanded


version (background materials
included) in the agenda packet.
"Most of these people in here are
your employees and there are only
three or four citizens who attend
the meetings and you want to
charge us 15 cents for copies,"
said Hannah.
Bogan explained that by state
statute the city has the right to
charge up to 25 cents per page for
copies.


"Just because you.have a right to
do something, doesn't make it
right," Hannah said.
She said that if the city wanted
to save money they could start
with the perks that Bogan is
getting in addition to his $110,000
salary.
"You get a $150 per month cell
phone allowance, a gas allowance
of $200 per month and you're
driving that big, full size SUV,


your family insurance package is
$900 per month and that's on top
of your $110,000 annual salary,"
she said.
Hannah asked Bogan why he
was driving a city vehicle to and
from Tallahassee daily. She
suggested that he drive his
personal vehicle to and from work
and use a city vehicle once he is
on the job.
"You're going to get a $5,000


bonus if you do certain things by
June 6 of this year and every year
after that you will get another
$10,000 bonus. You're not paying
for anything. I am upset that
you're driving away from this
community with a $135,000
package and you want me to pay
15 cents a page for copies?" she
asked Bogan:
Bogan didn't address Hannah's
comments about his salary but did


say that when he was in
Tallahassee that city drew in
thousands by charging its citizens
for items such as bad checks.
He said he thought he could
come to Quincy to help and that is
he reason he works here. "I know
what I'm doing," he said.
Commissioners agreed that in
the future citizens who. request the
full agenda package will not be
charged.


TRAPPER from


chemo, and radiation
treatments, nausea and tiredness.
Remarkably, he beat those
uimors, too.
Encuulaged and grateful for the
support of his wife, Anna, his.
family and friends, he learned a
month ago the cancer had spread
to his liver.
Doctors gave him two to 12
months to live.
You'd never believe it if you
spent more than 30 minutes with
him.
"The last thing I'll do is give up,
so they can kiss my butt," he said
with a grin. "When I get in my
chemo room, I make sure
everybody laughs at least once,
that they don't sit around and
stew on it."
Now 54, Hunter has been an
alligator trapper since 1978.
"I was in the real estate business
but that got too dangerous," he
said. "I burned out. You knew
they were gonna get you, you just
didn't know how. With alligators,
you know what they're going to
do."
Born in Tallahassee, Hunter
moved to Naples with his family
as a child and worked as an
alligator trapper there before
relocating to Monticello in the
early '80s. He'moved to Gadsden
County in 1995.
"It's been an interesting ride,"
he said.
"There really was no one to
teach me how to do it. When this
program came out, i found out
about it and applied. I became a
licensed helper, then they fired
the trapper I worked with and
hired me."
All three of his children Curt,
who lives in Sarasota, Mike, who
recently moved back to Gadsden
County, and Danielle, who lives
in Crawfordville, grew up
hunting and processing alligators
with him. It was a family affair,
with his wife, who died in 1992
from a blood clot released during
surgery to treat breast cancer,
often skinning and processing the
alligators he couldn't farm out to
zoos or exhibits.
"The state mandates that
alligators that are removed have
to be put in an exhibit or a zoo or
destroyed they can't be turned
back out in the wild," he said.
Hunter did most of his trapping
at night, using a harpoon to get a
line in the alligator and pulling it
toward the boat, where he would
tape its mouth shut, pull.it aboard
and secure its legs.
"If an alligator is too elusive,
we'll set hooks. We don't like to
do that we don't like to see the
animal suffer in any manner," he
said. "Unless you get really lucky
and it hooks him in the mouth,
he'll swallow the hook and die. it
takes a lot of options off the
table."


fine. I have three kids, five
grandchildren hell, I've had a
good life. An exciting career, still
get to go fishing every now-and
then. I've got the best medical
team arid the best circle of family
and friends anyone could hope to
find. I've been so blessed ... but


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Tony Hunter, who retired as a nuisance alligator trapper after learning he had cancer, with his
son, Mike Hunter, who is doing the job his father used to. Both rely on "Old Green" to carry gear
and, of course, alligators. (Photo by Leslie Roberts)


There's a concrete pool in the
backyard where he'd bring
alligators until he could either
place them in.a zoo or euthanize
them.
"There were times we'd have 30
gators out there in that pool," he
said.
He has, through the years,
amassed a sizeable assortment of
friends that include writers,
photographers, scientists and
college professors.
"It's been a cool career. It's been
neat," he said. "I can't imagine
doing anything else."
He and his wife, Anna,
celebrated their second
anniversary last week.
"Godsent, I would say," he says
of her. "I feel bad about getting
sick, but my God, she's been so
supportive she gets on the
Internet and does research, finds
all these supplements ... Mike and
his wife immediately pulled up
stakes in Jacksonville and came
over, my brother and my close
friends it's been incredible, the
amount of support I've gotten."
Those friends and relatives have
planned a benefit concert for
Hunter April 21 to help defray
medical costs and the sudden
transition from a two-income
family to a one-income family.
"My son and my brother tell
me, 'No, you're not a charity case.
All the people you've helped over
the years want to do something to
help you.' Certainly I'm pleased,
but it's different. I have the
hardest time accepting stuff
coming to me," he said.


The concert, featuring Nashville
newcomer Billy Pierson and Dry
County, a local bahd, is from 5-10
p.m. April 21 at the May Farm
Barn.
Cost is $45 per person, with
kids 10 and under free, and on the
menu is all-you-can-eat pulled
pork sandwiches and fried gator
with a choice of Coke, Diet Coke
or bottled water.
For tickets, call 566-8656,
528,2058 or 251-2363 or see Tray
at Seminole Outdoors on West


Tennessee Street in Tallahassee.
Hunter said he feels good about
his odds, but isn't taking anything
for granted as an independent
contractor for the state he has no
retirement and no life insurance.
"I have no life insurance, no
retirement there won't even be
money to bury me," he said.
He's prepared to face the fact
that it's possible he won't win this
round.
"I'm fine. I have no regrets," he
said. "I have a strong faith, so I'm


Benefit Concert

When: Saturday, Apnl 21 5-10 p.m.
Where: Ma\ Farm Barn, May Farm Road., Quincy.
Who: Billy Pierson, a Nashville singer who just signed a
record label, and local band Dry County.
Cost: $45 per person, kids 10 and under free. Make
checks payable to
The Tony Hunter Fund.
Menu: Pulled pork sandwiches (AYCE) and fried gator,
Coke, Diet Coke and
bottled v. atei.
Tickets: Call the ticket line at 566-8656, or call 528-
2058 or 251-2363. Tickets can also be purchased at
Seminole Outdoors on West Tennessee Street in
Tallahassee. Ask for Tray.
Other: BYOB and a chair.
Organizers are also looking for volunteers to help with set
up, taking tickets,
parking, pulling pork, etc. Proceeds from the concert will
go to Tony Hunter, who is battling liver cancer.


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MEETING NOTICE
The next regular meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners will be Tuesday, April 17, 2007 starting at
6:00 p.m. The following items have been agendaed:
Awards, Presentations and Appearances: Presentation -
Economic Development Update; Appearance by Mr. Jim
Kellum, Chairman of the Sefior Services, Inc.
Consent for Approval: Approval of Minutes March 20,
2007 -. Regular Meeting; Ratification of Approval of
Payment of Bills; Approval of Commissioner Dixon's
Travel to the National Forum for Black Public
Administrators' (NFBPA) Annual Education and Training
Conference; Approval to Process Payment ($1,600) in
Tourist Development Council Grant Funds to Whippoorwill
Lodge for the Crappie Masters and Crappie USA
Tournament; Approval of County Manager's Relocation
Expenses; Approval of Award of Bid (07-04) to Gulf
Atlantic Culvert. Public Hearings: Public Hearing -
Ordinance 2007-01 Establishing Rules and Regulations for
Gadsden County Parks and Recreation; Public Hearing -
Conceptual Plat Review for the Plantations of Foxchase -
SD-2006-09 Major Subdivision; Public Hearing Final
Plat for San Bonita Farms Subdivision (SD-2005-03) -
Major Subdivision; Public Hearing
Conceptual/Preliminary Site Plan Northwest Florida Water
Management District New Office Facility (Expansion).
General Business: Approval of Change Order #2
Authorizing Additional Roads to be added to the 2006 Dirt
Road Paving Contract. County Manager: Miscellaneous
Items. County Attorney: Miscellaneous Items. Citizens
Requesting to be Heard on Non-Agenda Items (3 minute
limit). Commissioners Items: Receipt and File For
the Record: Resolution Number 2006-050 Authorizing the
Chief Elected Official to make Application to the Florida
Department of Community Affairs for Approval of Gadsden
County' Community Development Block Grant.

If a person decides to appeal any decision by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter considered at such pub-
lic meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for
such purpose he/she may nged to insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and
evidence to which the appeal is to be heard.04/107
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School board goes paperless


by LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

What has 12 legs, instant
access to the Internet and is black
and white and well-read all over?
Meet the new, improved
Gadsden County School Board
and its paperless meetings.
"No other school district is
doing this. We're proud of that -
we're a board that's leading the
way," Schools Superintendent
Reginald James said Tuesday.
Board Chairman Isaac
Simmons approached Dr. Sonja
Bridges, district coordinator for
media and technology services, in
October with the idea that board
members could forego the bulky
agenda packets they are required
to have if they used laptop com-
puters instead.
She knew exactly how to make
it happen.
"They are tired of the cumber-
someness of the big packets of
paper," Bridges said. "So we
bought laptops'for each member.
All agenda items and information
will be in PDF files on CD roms.
The plasma screens in the board


room will display the agenda and
other pertinent information. We
will also have a DVD and VCR
combination there so those who
wish to do so can project images
onto the,plasma screens."
James, board members and dis-
trict administrators participated in
a two-hour training session led by
Bridges Tuesday. They learned
how to create PDF files and how
to use laptops.
"The reason we use PDF files
is to secure them, so when people
get them on the Intemet they can-
not change them," Bridges told her
trainees.
Each computer has Microsoft
Office Suite and Adobe
Professional software installed.
The School Board will save
close to $10,000 annually by
going paperless, Bridges estimat-
ed, and be able to make more effi-
cient use of time.
"With access to the Internet,
they will be able to access policies
immediately instead of flipping
through papers," she noted.
She also plans to create a con-
trol center within the board room
to make it easier to rectify any


Dr. Sonja Bridges, coordinator of media and technology services
for the district, led a training session for Gadsden County School
Board members Tuesday to teach them how to use their new laptops
and conduct board business on them. The School Board is transi-
tioning to a paperless board meeting, and will use laptops to dissem-
inate information rather than paper. (Photo by Leslie Roberts)


problems that might occur and
keep the meetings running
smoothly.
Bridges says 'she thinks paper-
less meetings are a good idea, but
she well knows computer technol-
ogy is not infallible.
"I'm excited about it, however,
technology is as good as technolo-
gy is," she said. "We will have sev-
eral backups extra laptops, an


Use of senior center questioned


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

"It was the biggest mess" is
how decorator Melvin Collins
described his attempt to decorate
for a wedding reception recently at
the Gadsden County Senior
Citizens building.
First, he said the bride had paid
to use the facility two days, Friday
afternoon and Saturday. But, he
said, when he arrived he was told
that he could not enter the building
to begin decorating Friday
because of a staff meeting.
On Saturday, the doors were
open at noon but Collins said he
couldn't'begin until' 2:31. p.'m.
which ,didn't give him nearly
enough time to get everything set
up for the 4 p.m. reception.
"That was just the beginning.
The place was so hot when the
wedding cake was delivered it
actually begin to melt. The tables
were locked up and we had no
way of getting them out," he said.
As a last resort, Collins tele-
phoned the bride and groom who
were with the wedding party tak-
ing pictures before the wedding
and explained the problems.
"The groom actually came to
the center with his groomsmen
and they had to take the door off
the hinges to get to the tables,"
said Collins, adding, "he finally
was able to get the air conditioner
turned down."
That was just one of what
Board of Directors member
Clarence Jackson, II called a "pub-
lic relations nightmare" at the sen-
ior citizens center.
Commission Chairman Brenda
Holt said she had been getting
calls too from the public about the
use of the center.
Brian Bickett, senior citizens
director, said he was not aware
that the rental of the building was
a big problem because he has been


concentrating his efforts on run-
ning the programs at the center
effectively.
He said he would prefer not to
be responsible for rental of the
building. So, Monday aftemoon,
the Board of Directors granted his
wish and voted to allow the leas-
ing committee to take on that
responsibility.
"I am really pleased with your
knowledge of this agency," said
Jackson, "what would you do
about the tension in the communi-
ty," he asked.
"Overall, there has to be a
restructuring of the organization,"
Beckitt answered.
rBut,, according to a report
released April 9 by. the Area
Agency on Aging, public relations
could be the least of their prob-
lems.
"Several areas of concern were
noted in regard to Medicaid waiv-
er and General Revenue Programs
and corrective action is 'required.
In regard to the Older Americans
Act Program, the program could
provide better administration in
regard to education and recreation
for the seniors served is currently
without a contracted registered
dietician as required by the Older
Americans Act. In order to avoid
corrective action the lead agency
(the center) must contract with a
registered dietician immediately,"
wrote Janice Wise, executive
director of the AAANF.
Here are some of the findings
of the monitoring which was con-
ducted March 15, 2007:
*Not all funds received are
receipted (only co-pay and build-
ing rental).
*Some monthly reports need
correcting.
*Bank reconciliations were
being done timely and agreed to
the general ledger.
*Payroll deposits were made
timely but no 2006 1099s had


been issued (W-2s completed
when due) and travel had to be
separated out for several people.
*Not all travel vouchers were
approved by a supervisor and the
Executive Director was using a
mileage reimbursement record
rather than approved travel vouch-
er.
*Could find very few policies
or procedures and existing person-
nel policy not being followed with
some employees. Executive
Director presented a draft of his
proposed personnel policy, but
said it had not been Board
approved. Travel policy did not
state actual rates forreimburse-
mrent. ,
* *There does not appear to be
any procedure for billing, collec-
tion, or follow-up.
Bickett agreed that there are
areas that need correcting but he
also said he didn't feel the Board
of Directors told him about some
of the problems at the center dur-
ing the interview before he was
hired.
"I did not receive full disclo-
sure of the state of this agency.
The area agency (AAANF) tells
me that this organization has had
problems for over two years,"
Bickett said.
"If you take over an organiza-
tion that's got a losing record,
we're still looking to you to win,"
Jackson said.
Bickett said that the Board of
Directors appeared to be more
concerned about renting the build-
ing than about the citizens in the
community. Board members,
however, disagreed saying that the
senior citizens always come first,
but that public opinion matters
too.
"There are 6,000 senior citi-
zens in the county and we're serv-
ing under 300. There is something
wrong with that picture," said
Arrie Battle, board member.


LCD projector in case a panel
goes out in the plasma screens so
if something happens, we'll be
ready."
Agenda packets will be avail-
able for download at the school
district's website,
http://www.gcps.kl2.fl.us/.


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A move to get the City of
Quincy to give $37,500 to the
county for a Boys and Girls Club
in the City of Quincy for the next
seven years didn't get very far
recently during a joint meeting of
the City of Quincy and the County.
"All of the other towns and
cities have expressed support for
the Boys and Girls Club except
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Commission Chairman Brenda
Holt during a meeting attended by
Holt, County Manager Marlon
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grams.
"I can't see us putting anything
into a Boys and Girls Club," said
Commissioner Dowdell.
Other issues discussed during
the meeting included brief discus-
sions on the Community
Redevelopment Agency, the fire
services agreement, the hospital,
the solid waste agreement, and the
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The Gadsden County Times April 12, 2007 7

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Authority will hold its Annual
Meeting, April 26, 2007 in Room #10 of the Veterans
Memorial Park Civic Center, 2900 10405 NW Theo
Jacobs Way, Bristol, Florida. Meeting will begin at
1:00 p.m..E.D.S.T. The meeting will be open to the
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CITY OF GRETNA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY
OF GRETNA THAT THE FOLLOWING PROPOSED CHAR-
TER AMENDMENT QUESTION WILL APPEAR ON THE
APRIL 24, 2007 CITY ELECTION BALLOT:

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III; SECTION
3.03 OF THE GRETNA CITY CHARTER

Shall Article III, Section 3.03 of the City of Gretna, Florida
Charter pertaining to the term of office of each Gretna City
Commissioner, be amended to extend the term of office of each
Commissioner from two (2) years to four (4) Years?
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8 The Gadsden County Times April 12, 2007


Gadsden doctors honored at annualdinner, lecture


by LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

When the Institute of African
American Health board was
looking for a topic for its 13th
annual Dr. L.H.B. Foote
Memorial Dinner and Lecture,
members tossed around several
ideas before settling on health-
care disparities in Gadsden
County.
For board member Patricia
Hyler, the topic was a natural a
Gadsden County native, she is
familiar with the difficulties
black, low-income families have
in getting medical care and the
work area residents are doing to
try to correct that problem.


"We saw Gadsden County
was making strides in bringing
healthcare disparities to the
forefront," Hyler said.
It was only fitting, then, that
the board chose journalist,
author and minister Barbara A.
Reynolds as keynote speaker for
the event, a lavish, black-tie
affair held Saturday at the Park
Plaza Hotel in Tallahassee.
Reynolds, who worked at the'
Cleveland Press in 1968 during
the race riots there, has an illus-
trious career that includes stints
as assistant editor and food
columnist for Ebony magazine;
Washington correspondent for
the Chicago Tribune and colum-
nist for USA Today. She has also


published several books, includ-
ing "Jesse Jackson, the Man, the
Myth and the Movement," for
which she was awarded a
Nieman Fellowship at Harvard
University, "No, I Won't Shut
Up: 30 Years of Telling It Like It
Is," "And Still We Rise:
Interviews With 50 Black Role
Models" and the autobiographi-
cal "Out of .Hell and Living
Well."
During her tenure as a USA
Today columnist, she wrote fre-
quently about healthcare dispar-
ities.
"I came to this whole issue
by writing for USA Today about
the doctors who were treating
poor people," she said. "They


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enforcement agency. To hear the
accomplishments of these doc-
tors is amazing. These doctors
made great contributions. I think
the whole nation is proud of
these doctors."
Gadsden County doctors
William J. Gunn, Alpha Omega
Campbell and LaSalle Leffall Jr.
were honored at Saturday's din-
ner for their contributions to
Gadsden County residents.
"The black doctor has tradi-
tionally been a consummate
player in the sociopolitical and
economic as well as the physical
health of the black community,"
said Dr. Joseph Webster, presi-
dent of the IAAH.
"Tonight, we honor three
such men, who in separate are-
nas and at different times in his-
tory, paved the way for genera-
tions of physicians and'health-
care practitioners of color to
make a difference in the lives of
our people. We are awed by
their singular and collective
accomplishments and chal-
lenged by their unparalleled
records of service and their
unselfish contribution to
humanity.
"Unfortunately, the barriers
to equal opportunity as practic-
ing physicians are perhaps more
prevalent though less obvious
than they were at the beginning


of the 20th century. The health
disparity gap is inversely pro-
portional to the level of partici-
pation of the African American
in the delivery of healthcare to
his own community. Our chal-
lenge today is to aggressively
pursue an agenda for health in
the African American communi-
ty that will provide optimal
health to all for generations to
come."
Gadsden County Schools
Superintendent Reginald James
spoke Saturday, recognizing
several Gadsden County doctors
in the audience and others who
although not at the dinner were
products of Gadsden County.
"We have a lot of doctors
who graduated from Gadsden
County schools, and two of
them are in the audience, Dr.
Senita Strong and Dr. Alma
Littles," he said. "The thing I
think people don't know is how
many physicians we've pro-
duced Chancellor Donald,
Cashandra Currry, Natasha
Cante, who is in the first gradu-
ating class at the FSU med
school."
That's important, Reynolds
said, because black doctors are
somewhat scarce, particularly in
the communities that need them
most.
"In the '80s, the federal gov-
ernment wanted to go'against
Medicare fraud. They found


large corporations who took
care of hundreds, and they
would say, 'Well, send us a
check.' Smaller practices, they
would come down hard on them
and it became a criminal offense
if they made errors in their
billing. Doctors were charged
with fraud and ended up in jail.
The life expectancy of black
doctors is only 58 because of the
stress they spend so much time
in school and go through so
much. I found a doctor in
Orange County who made $25
in billing errors he had to pay
$250,000. A lot of this is in my
book, 'No, I Won't Shut Up.' But
the issue is because the black
doctors who used to serve the
black patients are being
removed because of billing
errors, black health disparities
continue at an alarming rate.
People are not able to get pre-
ventative care. Because of the
way Medicaid works, many
doctors won't accept patients
who have Medicaid cards. We
have to stbp this dragnet that is
draining the African American
community of its doctors."
Other speakers at the dinner
included 'Leon County
Commissioner Bill Proctor,
Tallahassee City Commissioner
Andrew Gillum and Dr. henry
Lewis III of the Florida A&M
University College of Pharmacy
and Pharmaceutical Science.


QMT to present 'Wind in



the Willows' at the Leaf


The unforgettable characters
from Kenneth Grahame's beloved
classic Wind in the Willows
spring to life in this sparkling
Broadway "musical adaptation.
Mole, a curious girl who leaves
her underground life for one of
adventure, meets the. kindly
Water Rat, who agrees to show
her the world. That world
includes the eccentric and
wealthy Mr. Toad, whose outra-
geous enthusiasm for life, and
especially for motor cars, brings


trouble for everyone. In a fight
with the belligerent Weasels to
recapture Toad's ancestral home,
the old boxing champion, Mr.
Badger, leads, them to victory.
Much more than a show about
animals with human characteris-
tics, Wind in the.Willows is about
the delicate balance among 'all
living things, and'the surpassing
value of friendship.
Performances at the Quincy
Music Theatre are Fridays and
Saturday, April 13 & 14 and


April 20 & 21 at 8 PM and
Sunday matinees on April 15 and
April 22 at 3 PM at the Leaf
Theatre, 118 East Washington
Street, Quincy. For reservations,
telephone the box office at 875-
9444 or-log on to the theatre web-
site at qmtonline.com. Tickets'
'are $15 for.adults under 55, i12
for Seniors 55 and up and $10 for
Students. Tickets are $1 less with
at confirmed advance reservation.
This show is sponsored by Doug
Croley Insurance.


Centennial Celebration of Apalachicola

Northern Railroad planned for Sunday


The West Gadsden Historical
Society invites everyone to join
in the festivities of the
Centennial Celebration of the
Inaugural Run of the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad
from River Junction to
Apalachicola on Sunday, April
15, at 3:00 p.m. at the Depot
located along the railroad tracks
at the corner of Selman Street
and Duffle Avenue in
Greensboro. This great historic


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event actually took place on
April 30, 1907.
The Greensboro Depot is the
last remaining original depot
along the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad. The restoration of the
depot will be a future project of
the Society and then it will once
again become an asset to the
Town of Greensboro. Once
restored, it will be used as a rail-
road museum and for other activ-
ities.
If you have any old docu-
ments, photographs, oral history,
various items of interest, etc. per-
taining to any aspect of the


Apalachicola Northern Railroad,
the Greensboro Depot, or any
other locations along the route,
the Society encourages you to
share copies of this information
with them.
A special celebration program
will be held and refreshments
will be served. The Society's
newly published cookbook as
well as t-shirts and note cards
which feature the Greensboro
Depot will be available for pur-
chase. For further information,
please contact Patricia Fletcher
Vice at 850-442-4041 or
pvice@yahoo.com.


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The Gadsden County Times April 12,2007 9


Burns Road fire destroys home


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A singlewide mobile home
owned by Geneva Maxwell,
61, at 111 Burns Road in
Midway was completely
destroyed by fire the night of
April 8. There were no
injuries reported. The local
chapter of the American Red
Cross gave Maxwell $180 to
buy food and clothing. (Photo
by Leslie Roberts)


l3riefs


Shanks class of 1985
meeting

James A. Shanks Class of
1985 will have a class meeting
on Sunday April 15, 2007 at 4
p.m. at Quincy City Hall. Any
class members that have not
received their birthday bash
information please contact
Shelia D. Thomas-Dickey at
875-4934.

Shanks class of 1998
meeting

There will be a class meeting:
for the James A. Shanks High;
School class of 1998 on.,
Saturday, April 14, 2007 at 6:00
p.m. The meeting will be held at
815 Selman Road in Quincy.
Please contact Ronte' Harris at
879-2531 or Robin Jackson at.
627-6077 for further informa-:
tion.


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for Quincy City Commissioner
District 2


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Gaines practicing for upcoming performance.



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Quincy library


The Gadsden Public Library
System will be sponsoring a per-
formance of the play the Life of
George Washington Carver by
Mildred Hark and Noel
McQueen.
Dr. Norm Jackson, professor

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together and guided seven local
youth who will perform the play
as a reader's theater at the Public
Library in Quincy.
The performance is slated for
Sunday, April 15th at 2:00 p.m.
in the William A. "Bill" McGill
Library. This event is free and
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For more information call
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Network (D-2N2) and it' .'. iin i-' Il.
(resource organization to aid our residents
financially, physically, .tlu. j-itti n.-il'
spiritually).
Seek and obtain at least $100k in resource
fl...ijiu.lL .lIIICI D-2N2 for Ihe District 2
Constituent Assistance Program (D-2 C.A.P)
for housing rehab, .. 11 1..i.' Io.-I community"
" .n tllllIC. *llli "Jll'd i lir p1 ,L' 'i i ro w v r1 iLI
Develop the District-2 Neighborhood Watch
Program (goal -2.,immun i l r.._up i
Seek partnership with School Board to
develop alternative suspension / expulsion
pilot program
Begin seeking donation of abandoned property
in District 2 to construct Habitat for iTiiul Il.i
homes and neighborhood ilmi, p.-I'., r
Host first "2-gether on the 5th" event (District
-2 community -' c. I.'.i:' ilter-i- held every
fiflth Saturday oe' the month).
Demolish / r. t. re 'i r .. 'raIl (uninhabitable)
abandoned homes & ii- I. '.: Ii. [ ).tirl


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from District-2 in the Presidential Election
Secure fa:iiirt in huuse D-2N2
ltahlish .iuih dettelopmcnt rt.tiain nf
D-2N2
Seek and obtain SI ) lS150k in
additional rrource funding for D-2 C.A.P
ScLk parnntrship w ilb Di'trict-2 busi-
lnesses to dctecl.p tIle D-2 '.E S (Youlh
EmpIl'ered thru Shadn ing) Progranm
Host "2-eihrer nn tlie 5th" community
events
Construct two neighhorlhoud mini parkL
Establish th additional Diitrict-2
Nviglihitrh't..ud A ach Prugrams
D.mniolill an additional 301"ro uf nhadont-d
homes & huine.e in Distiic[-2
Dctrl.p a pil)t (chnrlahip propraul for
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Sports


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The NCAA Basketball
Championships ute o\er. the NBA
pla\ -offs dov.n the load. and the
Master's had been pla:,ed.
Somewhere in all that. the Major
League Baseball season has gotten
underx\a\. despite cold weather that
has forced Cle'eland to move games
to Mil\waukee and a domed stadium so
theN can get their season going.
EE\et \cai around this time I
gi\e my predictions for MLB. As in
all mi prediction, they' aie mostly
wrong.
Last ,eai I did pick St Louis to
win the \Voild Series I picked them
to beat Boston for the title, not
Detroit.


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That tealli wasn't a bad stab as
hardly anyone else figured the surpris-
ing Tigers to get to the series.
This year they won't make it to
the plain -offs much less the World
Series
Look foi Minnesota to win the
American League Central Di ision of
which the Tigers are in. Minnesota
has pitching, hitting and defense and
should \with hold off any challenge
other Central teams offer.
Two teams Boston and New Yoilk
from the Iast Di vision, and the LA
Angels from the West Diision will
join the Twins in the American
League play-offs.
The Twins pitching will hold up


and take them to the Woild Series.
In the National League St. Louis
\ill repeat as the Central champs.
The\ \ ill be joined in the play-offs by
\West champs Anmona who shored up
their pitching during the off season.
East teams Atlanta and the Mets
%\ill complete the play-off picture.
The Braves still have the Jones gang
in the middle of the line-up. Their
youngsterss are coming around and the
pitching staff la ilupro\ed over last
\ea-u.
Atlanta '.ill %\in the National
League plaN-offs. and \Woild Series
games till again be played in Atlanta.
The citN. \will also celebrate a World
Series v in.


Munroe baseball team goes 1-2 for the week


The Munroe baseball team
won one game and lost two last
week.
On Thursday they -lost to
Aucilla 5-3 as the Warriors
scored 3 runs in the top of the
seventh to pull out thq win.


Cody Watson pitched a
fine game for the Bobcats. He
allowed 7 hits and struck out 8.
Brent Tolar had 3 hits for
Munroe, and Matt Bishop
slapped 3 hits and drove in 2
runs for Aucilla.


Friday, Munroe held on to
defeat Jefferson County 14-13.
The Bobcats led 12-4 in the top
of the sixth when Jefferson came
up with an 8 spot to tie the
game. Munroe got 2 runs in the
bottom of the sixth, then held on


in the seventh.
Tolar got the win in relief.
Ben Young and Sam Young had
2 hits apiece for Munroe, and
drove in 3 runs each. Clay
Kramm scored 3 times and had a
pair of r.b.i.'s.


Monday, Altha rode the
pitching of Noah Byler to an 11-
1 win over the Bobcats. Byler
allowed only 4 hits and struck
out 8. He also had 2 hits and 2
r.b.i.'s for the Wildcats.
Josh McIntyre had 3 Altha


hits and Josh Warner had 2.
Cody Watson banged 2 hits
for Munroe.
The Bobcats will play at
Apalachicola Thursday, then
host FAMU Friday in a pair of
District 3-A contests.


Munroe softball wins one,

loses three during week
Munroe won one of four softball games last week. The LadN
cats defeated Carrabelle last Tuesday 7-4 behind the pitching and
hitting of Malone McKinnon. McKinnon %%as the winnung
pitcher and dove in 3 runs -with a double. Coltnes White added
2 hits for Munroe in the district contest.
Thursday the Lad, Cats lost to district top seed Aucilla 13-4
.Crystal 'ade and. Hahegh Coibally each had 2 hits ad 2 r.b.i.'s
in thai f arne foi Mumoe.
Nlonday, the Lad\ Cats lost to Blountston n 12-9 despite 2 -uts
by WXade and Deserie Whidden.
TuesdaN. seventh grader Corbally and Florida High's Addy
Dozier tied up in a pitcher's duel with Dozier's team coning out
on top I -0.
CorballN gave up only 6 hits and fanned 4. w uhle Dozier
fanned 5 and allowed onl\ 5 hits.
Munroe will play at Macla\ Thursday. The Lady Cats are 15-
6.



WGHS baseball team


preparing for district


The West Gadsden baseball
team has struggled this season
due to youth, injuries, and inex-
perience.
There have been some
unpleasant moments but the
Panthers have several players
having out standing years that
have been unnoticed due to loss-
es. Eight grader Damien Lowery
is batting .486 with 9 r.b.i.'s, 4
doubles, a triple, and a home
run. Sophomore Gary Brown is
hitting .304 and has 11 stolen
bases in 12 attempts. Eight
grader Devante Travis is hitting


My mother had leukemia and
she was given many units of
blood. When people asked us
how they could help with my
mother, we told them they
could give blood. One of my
co-workers then called and set
up the first blood drive at
Focus Credit Union in
Chattahoochee. Now we'have
drives also at our Quincy loca-
tion. This is a wonderful way
for people to help.
-Linda from Quincy


.217.
The Panthers have been play-
ing better of late heading toward
the district tournament. The
team is positive and knows that
one win in the district tourna-
ment will put them in the play-
offs.
This week West Gadsden has
two games. They will host John
Paul II on Thursday at
Chattahoochee's Therrell field
and they will play at Carrabelle
Friday.
Both games are slated for 7
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East Gadsden beats Aucilla, loses two


Julis McGlockton pitched a
2-hitter and fanned 4 on Friday
to lift East Gadsden to an 11-1
baseball win over Aucilla.
McGlockton got offensive help
from Terrance Browi who went
2 for 4 and Derrick McCray, and
Alvin Bush III who each drove
in a pair of runs. -
McGlockton raised1, hais-


record to 4-3 with the win.
The victory was sandwiched
by a pair of district losses.
Thursday the Jaguars held an 8-
5 lead over Rickards in the top
of the 6th when a pair of errors
open the way for the Raiders to
'take a 10-8 win,
SBi ol. nad 3 hits and 2 r.b.i.'s
Ipi East Gadsden. Brett Wynn


had 2 hits and Cameron Jackson
had 2 r,b.i.'s.
Tuesday night Wakulla
knocked off the Jaguars 11-4 in
Medart. Four errors hurt the
East Gadsden cause as Ryan
Cross picked up the win for the
War Eagles.Ryan Lautner led
W.akull.t at the plate vith 3 hits
and 4 i b.i.'s v.hile Brown,


Montez Fryson, and Alondrae
Gunn all had 2 hits for the
Jaguars.
East Gadsden had a home
game Wednesday against Bay
High. They host John Paul
Monday and Jefferson Co.
Tuesday ,in home games.
Starting time both days is 6 pmr.,
Tuesday.will be Senior Night.


Panthers qualify for region in track


The West Gadsden boy's and
girls track teams had members
qualify for the region during
District 3-1A competition at
Lincoln Tuesday.


In boy's competition,
Charles Colston finished third
in the 200 meters with a time of
24.25.
Reshard Ford won the shot


RECREATION DEP.ARTNIENT PROGRAtMS
The Quinc\ Recication Depaitment iks offering the fol-
lowing piogiams for the spring and sumimei.
BASEBALL
T-Ball toi gil',s ages 4-6 and bo\.s ages 4-5.
Coach Pitch foi giil ages 7-8 and bo.'s ages 6-7
AAA Baseball foi bo','s and gill's ages S-1 .
.Ozone Baseball toi boY's and girl's ages 11-12.
SOFTBALL
GiI's tLast pitch ages 9-14.
Adull ine' aniid v omen.
,dult Co-ed Chuich.
Adult Co-ed open.
DANCE CLASSES
AEROBICS CLASSES
YOGA CLASSES'
TAEW\\ONDO CLASSES
For more information about these prograiii contact the
Recreation Departmienii it : 75-2255 ot ,sit the Rtcieatnon
Olfice at the Ferolito Centeir on Noirdi G iies Street.



b en Ricardo

ine Shaw fourth

in Florida
den County's relays
Source for
SNews Ricardo Shaw, head track
coach at East Gadsden finished
bout Your
fourth in the 100 meters open
mmun it y! division of the Florida Relays in
convenient Gainesville last week-end.
ox every week! Shaw's time was 10.41.
The 29 year old finished
e a r I n 6th in the 60 meters national
Sounf event held in Boston in March.
Su n yShaw's time was 6.63 and it
Sn e qualified him for the World's
Championship which will be
6 4 held in Beijing China next
6 ~ spring.


put with a heave of 47-9 and
Charles Shaw was fourth in the
high jump clearing the 5-2 bar
to qualify.
The girl's team had Jasmine


Charleston finishing third in the
long jump, leaping 15-4 1/2.
She along with the 4X100 relay
team who was third will
advance.


Jaguars in district


track meet Thursday


The district track meet for
Class 2A will be held at Florida
High Thursday. Eight teams are
entered in the meet. They are
host Florida High, Godby,
Marianna, Bay High, Arnold,
Rickards, Wakulla Co., and East
Gadsden.
The East Gadsden team
coached by Ricardo Shaw will
have 8 girls and 19 boys entered
in events attempting to qualify
for the region the following
week.,
Traci Lewis and Yvonne
Sanders have good chances of
going on to the regions in the
long jump and 800 meters.
Lewis is the defending state
champion in the long jump, and
Sanders has the second best time


in the district in the 800 meters
at 2.29.
The 4X400 relay team of
Sanders, Niaudray Murray.
Charla Chaver, and Jasmine
Allen are also expected to qual-
ify for the region.
The boys 4X800 relay team
of Daniel Shaw, Deon Sanders,
Robert' Tarvor, and Brian
Turnquest have performed well
this year and Sanders, Trever,
and Shaw could all qualify in
the 800 meters.
"The district competition will
be tough." Shaw said. "But
we're matched up well ,in sever-
al events this year. "We feel
good about qualifying athletes
for the regions and then the
state."


Munroe tennis, softball


to enter.district play


The Munroe tennis team will
begin. district tournament play
next Monday at Maclay. The
girl's team defeated John Paul II
6-1 on Monday to lift their
record to 10-4.
Seven teams will play in the
district. Besides Munroe and
host Maclay, Florida High,
Aucilla, John Paul II, North
Florida, and Apalachicola will
compete. The Lady Cats defeat-


ed every team but Maclay dur-
ing the regular season.
The Munroe softball will
host the District 3-A tournament
beginning Tuesday. They open
the tournament at 4 pm with a
game against Carrabelle.
Number one seed Aucilla will
play John Paul II in the second
game at 6 pm. The winners will
meet next Thursday for the
championship .


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The Gadsden County Times April 12,2007 11


Local officials


make trip to D.C.


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Whether or not the fruit of
their labors in Washington, DC
will yield anything for the citi-
zens of Gadsden County has yet
to be seen.
Making the two-day trip
(March 21-22) with
Commission Chairman Brenda
Holt was County Manager
Marlon Brown, Public Works
Director Robert Presnell,
Community Development
Director Farnita Saunders,
Asst. County Attorney Paul
Sexton, County Attorney
Thornton Williams, Hospital
Consultant Joe Sharp. Two lob-
byists from the county's Federal
lobbying firm The Fergurson,
Group, Amanda Wood and
Julian Norment, accompanied
the the group but it is unclear
whether the pair met the
Gadsden County cadre in
Washington, DC or not.
"Staff and I personally
viewed this trip as extremely
successful because of our per-
sonal meetings (face-to-face)
with both Senator Bill Nelson
and Representative Allen Boyd
and the staff of Senator Mel
Martinez to, relay Gadsden
County issues. Everyone ,per-


sonally committed to assist the
county with our federal priori-
ties and the hospital," wrote
Holt in a memo to other mem-
bers of the Board of County
Commission.
Holt said that Sen. Nelson
came from the floor of the
Senate to meet with them and
directed his staff to contact the
Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services (CMS) to
allow the county to discuss the
Critical Access Hospital status.
When Sen. Nelson was in
Gadsden County last year he
told then commission chairman
Ed Dixon that all they (com-
missioners) had to do was pick
up the telephone if they had
concerns they' felt needed his
attention.
Congressman Boyd spent
most of Monday in Gadsden
County, less than a month after
the group made the trip to
Washington.
While there, Holt said the
lobbyist provided those on the
trip with a brief tour of the
Capitol, the House and Senate
Buildings, as well as the
Florida House.
"It's good to know that
Florida has a presence in D.C.
and that Floridians can get
some freshly squeezed orange.


Fifteen years ago Dwayne Gainous joined the Quincy Fire Department as firefighter. Tuesday
night, Mayor Sherrie Taylor presented him with a plaque for his years of service to the city. City
employees are honored on the anniversary every five years for years of service by the city com-
mission.


juice on their visit," she wrote.
Further success, she said,
was accomplished on this trip
because of the group's ability to
discuss on by telephone the sta-
tus of the hospital with repre-
sentatives from CMS.
She said that in the past
CMS refused to discuss the crit-
ical access designation with the
county. "Based on our discus-


sions in D.C. with CMS I
believe the door has opened
somewhat for CMS to entertain
a discussion."
The three funding projects
that the group presented as the
2008 Federal agenda and the
amounts requested are:
*Repairs and renova-
tions at Gadsden Community
Hospital, $3 million dollars.


OFFICER from Page 1


Friends, like Benjamin
Bradwell, said Wells was a fun-
loving person but was thoughtful
of others at all times.
Officer Thelma Lewis who
worked with Wells was
accompanied by her husband and
children. "He was a great guy. It
was my pleasure to have seved
with him," she said.
Wells was married to Quincy
native Gwendolyn Shaw and the
couple have two children. He is
the son of Hazel Taylor Wells of
Quincy and the late Rev. James
Wells.


Gadsden County
Sheriff Morris Young
(right) and Chief Chad
Caldwell watched as
almost 50 law
enforcement officers
filed past the body of
slain police officer
Lonnie Michael Wells.
Photo by Alice.
DuPont)


HOSPITAL from Page 4


increasing waiting time for.
treatment. We have also seen an
increase in cost because
emergency care is much more
expense than preventive health
care and hospitalization under
normal conditions. As you
should now see, failure to reopen
the Hospital will negatively
impact both the citizens of
Gadsden County and Leon
County. Further, under Medicaid
requirements Gadsden County


must pay for Medicaid cost to
other counties that treat Gadsden
County Medicaid patients. The
over $800,000 in 2006 owed by
Gadsden County to other counties
for treating our Medicaid patients
may have been kept in this
county if the hospital was open.
The Gadsden County Board of
County Commissioners, the
Gadsden Community Health
Council, our federal and state
legislative delegations, and


citizens are all working to re-
open of the county's hospital.
The.continued help is greatly
appreciated and needed by the
citizens of Gadsden County. It
must be emphasized that re-
establishing an improved level of
quality health care is vital
towards positive health outcomes
for our county citizens. Many,
many lives are dependent upon
the reopening of OUR
HOSPITAL!' Brenda A. Holt,


Chairman Gadsden County
Board of County Commissioners


*Water and sewer
upgrades, $3.3 million dollars
*Countywide bridge
repairs, $1.75 million dollars.


Ney-Ney's 1st B-Day

Rod'Neyshia Delvianna.
Sanders is the lovely daughter:
of Rodney and Kuwana
Sanders. She will celebrate
April 9th the day she was born
with her big brother Rodney Jr.
and her baby sister Ki'Aniyah
Sanders at Chuck E. Cheese.'
Ney-Ney will have a big pool
party on Saturday, April 14th at
grandma Vanessa's home in St.
John. Miss Dee is Ney-Ney's
godmother who loves her very
much. All family and friends are
invited Saturday, April 14th at
3:00 p.m.


NOTICE
Voting Equipment Public Logic and Accuracy Test
In accordance with Florida Statute, Section 101.5612, a pre-election test of the automatic
tabulating equipment, which will be used to tabulate the votes cast in the City of Gretna,
City of Midway and City of Quincy Municipal Elections to be held on April 24, 2007, will
be conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, April 13, 2007 at the Supervisor of Elections Office,
16 South Madison Street, Quincy, Florida.
The purpose of the test is to ascertain that the equipment will correctly count the votes cast
for all candidates and offices.
For the test, the Canvassing Board will convene and the test is open to all candidates, candi-
date representatives with written authorization, the press.and public.
Shirley G. Knight, Supervisbr of Elections, Gadsden County, Florida
04/12/07c


Notice



Canvass of Returns

The ca'vass of returns and absentee

ballots for the Municipal Elections

to be held in the City of Gretna, City

of Midway and City of Quincy,

Florida on April 24, 2007 will begin

at 6:00 p.m., at the Gadsden County

Supervisor of Elections Office, 16 S.

Madison St., Quincy, Florida.


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HUNKERIN' from Page 4


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if a certain freshman catcher
hadn't gotten picked off second
base."Billy Cunningham
grimaced, Dootsy said, "Paschall,
you're crazy, do you know that?"
I closed my eyes. I couldn't tell
if it was 1967 (the year David
was referring to) or 2007. Dootsy
was saying the same thing both
years! In the same voice! With an
arm thrown over David's
shoulder!Yogi Anderson was
laughing at everything and I
believe, enjoying himself as
much as anybody. Rick Van
Orden was getting on Bambi for
the chewing tobacco incident. I
reminded Rick of the cut he
suffered over his eye at
Birmingham Southern. I met
Corky Grant's wife and relayed to
her what a ball player he was! I
also remembered his work
ethic....and his kindness to a
frightened rookie. Mike
Underwood played first base for
us and pitched one great game. In
another sport I remembered his
soft snap from center on fullback
buck. Dan Sain still had that same
great smile. He joined the team
my senior year and he was
actually a real pitcher. I talked to
Randy and thought of his father. I
remembered him as such a
gentleman, who came to near
'bout every game. I roomed my
senior year with Tim, his parents


liked me a lot better than they
liked him!
I had never been back for a
reunion of any kind. The
University of the South had
invited me, many times. Mostly I
think those colleges want you to
come back, and keep up, so you
will give more money.
This get-together started with
Billy. Hewas a year behind me
and a heck of a baseball player.
"Kes, we don't really need the
University involved. We'll call
the players from our era and just
pick a week-end and go." It was
so simple it was brilliant.
We told Yogi, who played with
us and still worked for the
University, to find us someplace
td eat and let the baseball coach
know we would be in town if he
needed any help.
I marveled at how much we
truly enjoyed each other. John
Stewart was in my wedding.
Bambi found out where I was
living and moved in with us.
Most of the rest of them I had not
seen in almost four decades. It
didn't matter. We picked up right
where we left off. Turp hugged
my neck. George told me he
loved me. David was the reason I
had chosen to go to Sewanee.
Dootsy used that thin handled
Eddie Mathews model bat. Dan
looked like he could still give us


seven good innings. I was truly
sorry to hear that Randy's father
had passed away. Rick still
looked like Rick. Yogi was extra
polite to me because I know of a
couple of skeletons from his
distant past.....
And, oh, how I wish I had space
to tell you about Billy's sister's
wedding. Or David's call from
jail. Or George's non-slide into a
base. Or the fire in the dugout. Or
Bob-Bob White's broken fungo.
Or how much Coach Majors liked
everybody....except me!
As we relived the old tales I
silently kicked myself for letting
so much time get away before
doing this. Those poor souls that
think baseball is just a boringly
slow game played by a bunch of
spoiled millionaires have no
earthly idea!
"You've got to admit, Kes, I was
the best ballplayer." Bambi never
rested. "Do you remember those
five home runs I hit down at
Winchester? They were all-"
"Bambi, you little ant," Popham
was just as relentless, "you
shouldn't have even been on the
team! We just had you around to
carry our bats....."
It was if forty years had
magically melted away.

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The weather was unseasonably
cool and the large-mouth bass
weren't biting like they usually
do at the 29th annual tournament
on Lake Talquin Saturday.
"It's real cold. It's been cold all
day," said Matt Baty of
Attapulgus.
Most of the 52 anglers were
disappointed in their catch but
the cold days leading up to the
tournament was just enough to
drive the fish away from warm
beds near shore and out into the
lake in deeper water to keep
warm.
John Matthews didn't have
anything to show for a day spent
on the windy waters. "I came up
empty this time; it happens," he
said, showing an empty bag to
the ladies checking in the day's
catch.
George Galloway of Quincy
had a good day. He took home
$1,000, the first place trophy and
the intangible bragging rights
after catching 14.4 pounds of
bass. Galloway is somewhat of a
legend, having missed only one
tournament in thej history of the
event.
Other winners were: second
and third places, (tie) Donnie
Jones and Ricky Atkinson (12.12
lbs. each); fourth place, Gary
Baker (12.7 lbs.); fifth place,
Lyndell Clark (12.2 lbs.); sixth
place, David Boyd (12.1 lbs.);
seventh place Mike Macurin, Sr.
(11.12 lbs,); and eighth place,
Bobby Padgett (11.10 lbs).
Mickey Roach, also of Quincy,


caught the largest bass of the day.
His weighed in at 7.7 lbs. and he
walked away with $445 in prize
money. Coming in second was
Donnie Jones and in third place
was John Scott.
Each fisherman was allowed
five catches and they were
allowed to use only artificial bait.
Teams also drew for partners,
which, according to sponsors, is
one way to make the tournament
as fair as possible.
This year, quite a few of the
bass had sores on them because.
they are in the middle of
spawning season, which is late
March and throughout the month
of April. Fish have a protective
slime on their bodies.and when
spawning the slime can be
rubbed off, which results in sores
on the skin. It's unsightly but not,
in most cases, a problem for the
bass.
Also on hand were officials
from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Commission. As fish
were brought in and weighed,
officials were checking to
determine if they had a chip
implanted. The chip is used as a
way to measure growth of fish in
the lake.
Dan Wells of Tallahassee
encouraged those present to get
more youngsters involved in the
sport.
He said the kids learn 'a lot
about the environment and
conservation as well as having
fun. He added that scholarships
are now being offered by more
and more colleges as well as
sponsors to young people who
want to further their educations.


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winners show off
their trophies after
Saturday's 29th
Annual Lake
Talquin Open bass
tournament.
Left, Mike
Mercuri was one of
the first anglers in
off the lake
Saturday afternoon.
Below left, the
ladies were a lot of
help checking in the
bass as anglers
came ashore.
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Obit uries


Abigail Hodges Brown

Abigail Hodges Brown, 48 of
Quincy died on Wednesday,
April 4, 2007 in Tallahassee.
Services are Saturday, April 14,
2007 at 11:00 a.m. at St. John
A.M.E. Church with burial at St.
John Cemetery. Visitation will
be on Friday, April 13, 2007
from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at
Williams Funeral Home.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Markisha Geer of Orlando
and Martina Pollard of Havana;
one son, Maurice Howard of,
Quincy; two sisters, Marti Ann
Gilyard of Quincy and Dorothy
Screen of Warner Robin,
Georgia; three brothers, James
Hodges of Orlando, Haywood
Hodges of Havana, and Wiley J.
Robinson of Newark, New
Jersey; and twelve grandchil-
dren.


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Richard Phillips

Richard
Phillips, 62
of Quincy,
d i e 'd
Thur sa d a y
April 5th at
Tallahassee
Memorial
Healthcare in
Tallahassee. He was a native of
Enterprise, Alabama, resident of
Quincy for many years, a labor-
er and a former member of St.
Stephen Primitive Baptist
SChurch, Gretna, where funeral
services will be Saturday, April
14th at 11:00 a.m. with burial in
Sunnyvale Cemetery, Quincy.
Visitation is on Friday, April
13th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at
SMadry Chapel. Madry
Memorial Funeral Chapel is in
charge of arrangements. He is
survived by his wife, Bessie
Hayes Phillips of Quincy;
daughters, Lucy Ann Phillips of
Lakeland, Monica Phillips
(Daemari Wade) of Quincy,
Latasha Phillips and Lakisha
Phillips, of Quincy; one brother,
Frank Phillips, Sr. of Quincy;
one sister, Girlena Phillips
Walker (Horace) of Quincy; one
aunt, Pleasant Mae Cooper of
Quincy; one uncle, Tommy
Jones, Sr. of Quincy; eight
grandchildren, three great
grandchildren, nieces, nephews,
cousins, and friends.



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Jesse Thomas Asbury
Creal

Jesse Thomas Asbury Creal, 69
of Texas, died on Monday, April
2, 2007, in Houston, Texas.
Services were held on April 10,
2007 at 1:00 p.m. at Arnett
Chapel A.M.E. in Quincy.
Burial was at Oak Grove
Cemetery in Chattahoochee.
Visitation was at church on
Tuesday, April 10, 2007 from
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m..
Bradwell Mortuary is in charge
of funeral arrangements.
Survivors include his wife Rosa
Scott Creal of Houston, Texas;
children include Relinda Creal,
Turnquest, Kathy, Alvin,
Yolando, Michael, Jesse
Thomas Asbury, Jerie Creal;
one brother, Leonard Jones;
three sisters, Norma Ferguson,
Melissa Richardson, Essie Mae
White.



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Charles L. Hulsey

Charles L. Hulsey, 75, of
Quincy died on April 6, 2007 in
Tallahassee. The services will
be. announced. He was retired
from UPS. Survivors include
three sons, Joseph (wife Lisa)
Hulsey of Quincy, Eddie (wife
Carol) Hulsey of Panama City
Beach, Greg Hulsey of
Hollywood; one daughter, Linda
H. Miller of Illinois; seven
grandchildren and three great
grandchildren.



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Ben Jackson

Ben Jackson, 73, of Quincy
died on Thursday, April 5, 2007
in Quincy. Services are
Saturday, April 14, 2007 at 2:00
p.m. at Mt. Moriah M.B.
Church with burial at Sunnyvale
Cemetery. Visitation will be' at
Williams Funeral Home on
Friday, April 13, 2007 from
1:00-7:00 p.m.. He is survived
by two brothers, Al Jackson
(Ada), and Rueben Jackson
(Mary Ann), both of Quincy;
one sister, Helen Jackson of
Quincy; and one devoted niece,
Minnie Bridges of Quincy.


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TCC notes


First Annual Spring Fashion Show,
TCC is hosting its first annual Spring Fashion Show, which takes
place Saturday, April 14. There will be a Preview Party at 5:30 on
the Intramural Fields between the Economic & Workforce
Development bnuildJin and the Student Union, with the show to fol-
low at approximately 7:30. Ticket prices are as follows: $5 for TCC
students, $10 for FSU and FAMU 'students (all students must pres-
ent their ID), $60/two tickets for non-students which also includes
one raffle 'ticket, and all faculty who attend are asked to make a
donation. All proceeds from the event go to benefit Project
Medishare for Hati, Inc., a 5013 non-profit organization that is
dedicated to improving the health of the people of Haiti. For more
information, contact Mackenzie Munger at (850) 376-2681.



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Bernice Duncan
Carter


Bernice
Duncan
Carter of
Brooklyn,
NY died on
Saturday,
March 24,
2007 in
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NY. Services were held at St.
Thomas Aquina in Brooklyn,
NY with burial at Cypress Hill
Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY. The
Joseph G. Duffy Funeral Home
in Brooklyn, NY handled the
arrangements. Her parents were
Rayfield and Rossie Duncan,
She received her schooling in
the Gadsden County School
System. She was an Assistant
Principal. She is survived by
three sons, one daughter, three
grandchildren, sister, Ruby
Jackson of Melbourne, one
brother, 'Gus Dasher of San
Diego, California, and sister,
Geraldine Dasher Butler of
Quincy.

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Willie L. Savage

Willie L. Savage, 62 of Quincy,
died on Sunday, April 8, 2007 in
Tallahassee. Services are
Saturday, April 14, 2007 at
12:30 p.m. at St. Mary M. B.
Church. Burial will be at
Greensboro Community
Cemetery. Visitation will be
from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m..
Williams Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Survivors include one daughter,
LaSonja Savage of Quincy;
three brothers, Charlie Lee
Savage-'(Lether) of. Bradenton,
Peter James Savage of
Bradenton, Henry Mitchell
Savage of.Sacremento, CA; four
sisters, Virgiline Gainous
(Owen) of Quincy, Jeroline
Wilson of Quincy, Tiny Murray
(Bobby) of Bradenton, "aid'
Patricia Ann Savage of
Bradenton; one grandchild and
two great grandchildren.



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Chattahoochee Church
of Christ Gospel
Meeting

On April 15-18th, the
Chattahoochee Church of Christ
wishes to extend a warm invita-
tion to its upcoming Gospel
meeting entitled "The Church of
Christ: Who Are These
People?", by Evangelist Tom W.
Snyder of Pensacola. Tom has
been preaching the gospel for
over 25 years and he has worked
with churches throughout the
South. Currently he is preaching
for the Eastgate Church of
Christ in Pensacola and for the
Church of Christ at Halls Fork,
Alabama. He also serves as an
instructor for the Northwest
Florida School of Biblical
Studies in Pensacola. He is mar-
ried and the father of 6 children.
Services are Sunday, April
15th, 10 a.m. (EST) -A People
of God's Grace (Bible Study);
11 a.m. (EST) A Christian
Only (Worship); 6:00 p.m.
(EST) Uniquely Related to Jesus
(Worship); Monday, April 16: 7
p.m. (EST) A Proclaimer of
Christ; Tuesday, April 17: 7 p.m.
(EST) A People Defined by
Action; Wednesday, April 18: 7
p.m. (EST) A People Small and
Great. Visitors are invited, to
stay for a pot-luck dinner fol-
lowing the Sunday morning
services. Contact Charles
Newell (850) 663-4575, Al
Qyatt (850) 593-6349, or David
Bateman (850) 762-2520 for
more information.

Oak Grove A.M.E.
Church Ushers
Anniversary Program

Oak Grove A.M.E. Church will
be celebrating there ushers
anniversary on Sunday, April
22nd at,,4:00 p.m.. .Reverend
Diane Blank and congregation
of St. Mary C.M.E. Church of.
Mt. Pleasant will be in charge of


the service. Service will start at
4:00 p.m. at Oak Grove A.M.E.
Church 3510 Atwater Road,
Chattahoochee. Everyone is
invited to help us celebrate this
glorious occasion. Reverend
Isaiah Cole, Pastor and Ernest
Porter, Usher President.

Quincy District Lay
Organization Meeting

The Quincy District Lay
Organization will hold it's
monthly meeting at Oak Grove
A.M.E. Church in
Chattahoochee on Saturday,
April 14th at 9:00 a.m. We look
to see you there. Brother Henry
McGill is the President.

Old Bethel A.M.E.
Church

Old Bethel A.M.E., Highbridge
Road of Quincy is having its
"Annual Evening In White
Celebration" on May 6, 2007 at
4:00 p.m. You are invited to
come out and praise the Lord
with the Williams-Richardson
Missionary Society. The speaker
is Reverend Clifton Riley, from
St. Hebron A.M.E. Church. The
contact person is Sister Linda
Banks-Jones, Local President at
508-6542; Reverend Nathaniel
Brown, Pastor.

St. John AME Church

On Saturday, May 19th, from
12:00'noon until, there will be
a Community Carnival and
Gospel Extravaganza hosted by
the St. John AME Church locat-
ed on 4445 Bainbridge Highway
in Quincy, Florida. Reverend
Matthew J. Bryant is the pastor.
For details please phone 627-
8734 or 445-3349. There will be
choirs and gospel groups from
our surrounding area performing
along with lots of food, games
(bouncers) and more...Come
and have a gospel good time in
the name of the-Lord#- Let--us-
rejoice and praise him!!


Pastor's Aide Program

The Pastor's Aide Ministry of
Second Elizabeth Missionary
Baptist Church will host its first
Pastor's Aide Program of the
year on Sunday, April 15, 2007
at 3 p.m. The guest minister for
this occasion is Pastor Gerald
Thomas. We invite our family
and friends to come out and join
us. For more information please
contact Sister Brenda Kendrick
Washington.

Choir Extravaganza

The Second Elizabeth
Missionary Baptist Church fam-
ily extends an invitation to all
groups, choirs, soloist and praise
dances to participate in our 4th
Choir Extravaganza on
Saturday, April 21st at 6 p.m.
We are looking forward to a joy-
ous time with our guest from
Florida and Georgia as we wor-
ship the Lord through song.
For more information please
contact Sister Pam Edwards.

Steward Temple
A.M.E. Church
Announcements

The Church Anniversary is the
4th Sunday, April 22nd service
at 11:00 a.m. with Reverend
Reba Sorey, St. Peter A.M.E. of.
Midway. Service at 3:00 p.m.
with Reverend Tan Moss of
Springfield A.M.E. of Gretna.
Please come out and support this
program. A memorial service
will be held on April 15th at
5:30 p.m..
This program is for all persons
from the Alsace Community
who would like the memory of
their loved ones to be recog-
nized. A benefit program for
Sister Shirley Sheffield will be
held on April 14th at 5:00 p.m.
This program is sponsored by
her classmates.


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birth to my first child
changed my life. My daughter
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and had multiple surgeries
during her lifetime. The blood
she received gave us more days
to cherish being with her until
she received her wings in
2002 at the age of 22.
-Beth from Quincy


Mack Lee Hill
Scholarship Fund
Monthly Meeting

The Mack Lee Hill Scholarship
fund will hold its monthly meet-
ing on Sunday, April 15 at 2:00
p.m. at the New Bethel Multi-
Purpose Building. The public
and the Carter-Parramore Class
of 1960 are invited to attend the
meetings to help establish and
make the scholarship fund a
success. Mack Lee Hill was a
Quincy native who successfully
became a running back for the
Kansas City Chiefs. His career
was cut short when he lost his
life during a routine knee oper-
ation.
If you have any questions
about the fund please contact
Marzell Hill at 559-0845.


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over us because ofa whispered prayer
From your loving family on your birthday,
Love Always, your Father and Mother, Arthur and ]osephine Barnes
Your Brother, Anthony and Wif Barbara Barnes
and Tyrone Barnes and Rashanda Quarternan.


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verse of the week:
Study to shew thysel approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed
rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Timnith- 2:15 (KJV)
Study, Study, Study....
In a sense it's what we do everyday of our life.
Starting from the early years of childhood.
learning how to walk and talk, each and every
one of us study on a daily basis Those who
apply themselves and study in school and
college generally become more self-confident
individuals and have a higher self esteem
throughout life. Just like we study throughout
life for tests in school, college. on the lob. or
just life in general, we also should study to .
develop our spiritual lives. As stated in the
verse this week, we should study to show
ourselves approved unto God. Time after time
on different tests we've struggled to gain the
approval of our teachers or peers by getting
that "perfect grade," but when it comes to our
Spiritual side and pleasing the most important
being to us... we tend to put it off and only
think about it on Sundays or Wednesday night
Bible study, It has been said that everything
Syou go through in life is just a big test. Start
trying to get that special approval of God by
studying His word, and passing life's tests

Favmiv y Timne This Weezk:
Get ltgclliei this week and try to memorize one verse or even a passage of Scripiure a a

D LLj LL.~b.' R-eadintg:

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frilay Saturday
John 1 John 2 John 3 John 4 John 5 John 6 John 7


Arnett Chapel to
honor pastor

The members of Arnett Chapel
Church, is honoring their pastor,
Willie E. Hagan with
Appreciation Banquet June 30,
2007 at 6pm location East
Gadsden High School (cafeteria)
We would like to extend this
invitation to the community if
you are interested in. tickets, for
,this 9,casion and the Souvenirs
,,i Bookletplease contact. .-. .
Kim Washington at 875-1295
leave a message or Email: shoe-
kicks@aol.com.

Arnett Chapel Mass
Choir anniversary

The Arnett Chapel Mass Choir
under the direction of Sister
Cherrye Bess-Branch will be
celebrating our anniversary on
April 14-15th. On April 14th
will be a musical program begin-
ning at 6:00 p.m. and if your
choir or group is interested in
participating please come out
and bless us with your presence
and talents. April 15th at 3:00,
p.m, will be Reverend Eddie
York and the Mt. Hosea church
family. So please come out and
join us in this celebration and
help us make a joyful noise unto
the Lord because he has truly
done marvelous things.

Cornerstone Community
Outreach celebration

On Sunday, April 15th at 11:30
a.m. the public is invited to
Family and Friends Day
Celebration at Cornerstone
Community Outreach
C.O.G.I.C. on 1130 West
Franklin Street in Quincy. Elder
Raymond Wilson is the Pastor.
Call Julia Wilson for informa-
tion or directions at 627-8471.

Faith, Healing, and
Anointing Temple
4727 Crawfordville R'D.
Tallahassee, FL 32305
850*309*7770
Pastor Bettye Lovett
Co-Pastor Lee McCalvin
Youth Pastor Randy Moore
Sunday School Service-
10:00am.
Sunday Worship Service-
11:30am.
2nd and 4th Sunday Evening
Service-5:00pm
Bible Study/Tarrying Service
Wednesday Night-7:00pm.


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Prayer Monday-Saturday at
6:00pm.
Leadership Conference
7:00pm.'Nightly
April 12th Evangelist Judy
Mandrell
April 13th Apostle Rosalyn
Walker-Copeland
April 14th Prophetess Debra
Wooden
April 22nd Living Word
STabernacle of Praise
April 26th Church will be at
Holy Temple-Paster Campbell
Come out and worship with us,
where there is faith, healing and
the anointing flowing all the time.

Greater Harvest
Ministries
announcements
14602 West Main St., Gretna

April 12 at 7:00 p.m. GHCF
Ensemble Rehearsal and Praise
and Worship rehearsal; April 15
at 3:00 p.m. at 2nd Elizabeth
M.B. Church; April 16 at 7:00
p.m. Family Night; April 18th at
7:30 p.m. at St. Matthew P.B.
Church in Tallahassee; April 19
at 7:00 p.m. GHCF Children and
Youth Choir Rehearsal. For fur-
ther details or information you
may email us at www.greater-
harvestchurch@hotmail.com.

" Greater Tanner AME
'Annual Women In
White Program

The Greater Tanner Chapel
AME Church will celebrate its
Annual Women in White
Program on April 22, 2007. The
speaker for this 4:00 p.m. event
will be Mrs. Janice Harris
Wilkerson. She will bring the
message with praises and grace.
Mrs. Wilkerson is a dynamic
speaker. You are invited to come
and worship with the Greater
Tanner Chapel Family under the
leadership of the Reverend
Elizabeth E. Yates, sponsored by
the Phoebe McGee Women
Missionary Society.

Greenshade AME
Church Ralley Day

Greenshade AME Church will
host, its annual Ralley Day
Program on April 15, at 11:00
a.m.. Guest speaker Minister
Denise Kenon, Life Deliverance
Ministries, Pastor Watkins of
Tallahassee host Pastor,


Reverend Tommy Home. The
church.is located at 8152 Salem
Road in Quincy. We are looking
forward to seeing you there.

Benefit program
at Mt. Pilgrim

There will be an Benefit
Program for Brother Timothy
Sweet at the Mt. Pilgrim
P.B.Church located on High
Bridge Road April 15, 2007 @
4:00 p.m. As we show the love of
Christ through our giving we
would like to invite, everyone to
come out and help us be a blessing
to Brother Sweet in the name of
Jesus. For further information
please contact Sis. Flora Williams,
@ (850) 933-6828 or Sis. Linda
Jefferson @ (850) 627-1069. Elder
Aaron Bush, Pastor

Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist Church news

Intercessory prayer each Mon.
and Tues at noon. Bible study and
youth teaching Wednesday at 7:00
p.m., Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Gospel mass choir rehearsal.
Church school Sunday morning at
9:30 a.m. Morning worship service
Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. The
Matrons Society will meet Sunday
following morning service. All
matrons are asked to be in atten-
dence. Some important issues will
be discussed. The Florida State
Primitive Baptist Convention will
be, held at the Wyndham Hotel in
Dania Beach, Florida on April 16-
21, 2007. The clothes closet and
food pantry is available for those
needing this service, please call
627-8442 for assistance.
You are worthy, our Lord and
God, to receive glory and honor
and power, for you created all
things, and by your will they were
created and have their being.
Revelation 4:11.

New St. John A.M.E.
Church concert

We would like, to invite you to
come out and hear the wonderful
sound of the Boys' Choir of
Tallahassee in full concert on April
15, 2007 at 3:00 p.m.. For any
other questions or directions pelase
fill free to contact me (Dexter
Simmons) at 556-7484 cell or 539-
1675 home. The doors will open at
2:30. Come one, come all and sup-
port this event. Thanking you in
advance, Brother Dexter Simmons
and Youth Department of New St.
John, Reverend Ervin O. Gilliam,
Jr. Pastor.


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We will continue to accept CHP, Vista, Universal,
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We are now accepting new. patients.
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Junk Vehicle Removal & Vehicle Unlocking
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.AIRPLANES! '-


Airplanes have become a regular way of life Millions of people board airplanes each day without even pondering what life would be like without them. But there was a time,
not so long ago, thal travel by air was not possible for humans. This was a luxury reserved for birds and insects Men have dreamed of flight for as long as they have been on
the Earth. Evidence of this has been found in stones and drawings 1hat date back to ancient times Men have manufactured wings, constructed gliders, attached explosives to
chairs, and have even designed aircraft for thousands of years.
Many different people, at different times, and in different places all have had the same ideas about airplanes For this reason, it is hard to say who actually invented the
airplane. Orville-and Wilbur Wright, two brothers from Dayton, Ohio. have the most well known story of the early aircmafts. The bicycle makers made one of the first manned
aircraft flights in 1903 in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. But as early as the 1800's, men were creating gliders and airplanes that would contribute to the world of aviation. In
1890, a man by the name Clement Ader built a self powered aircraft. In Germany around the same time, Otto Lilienthat made major contributions to aviation as well. It is safe
to say that dozens have helped propel us to where we are today!
Airplanes are aircraft that are heavier than air. An example of an aircraft that is not heavier than air would bi a hot air balloon. Airplanes have fixed wings, and are able to
fly in the air due to the engine. The power of an intemal combustion engine pushes the plane through the air. This is called 'thrust'. It is able to stay in the air due to the air
that passes over the wings. This is called 'lift'. And though there are many different types of aircraft, and even different types of airplanes, this is the basic principle for your
moderncommercialjet. Airplane Arithmetic Wright Brother's Word Search
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4. This keeps a plane in the air. 32 measure, and record.it on Amelia Earhart Insect Otto Lilenthal Wings
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5. The German aviator Ihat made advances to Amelia Earhart was
the field of aviation in Ihe early 1890's the first woman to fly across
6. The Wright's were from what city in Ohio? the Atlantic Ocean all on her
8. North Carolina city that was the location of the own? In 1937, Earhart and her
Wright's firsi manned airplane flight plane disappeared in a solo
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Mr. & Mrs. Otho Winton
Edwards, III of Quincy
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Rebecca Helen,
of Washington, DC to Mr. Jason
Scott Pustejovsky of Arlington,
Virginia. Mr. Pustejovsky is the
son of Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lee
Pustejovsky 'of Columbus,
Texas.
Miss Edwards' maternal
grandparents are the late Dr. &
Mrs. John Mettauer Griffin. Her
paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Otho Winton Edwards, Jr.
of Quincy. Rebecca graduated
from Maclay Day School in
Tallahassee in 1998 and
received her BA in history from
Rhodes, College in Memphis,
Tennessee in 2002. She is a


,Pustejovsky set to wed


Sublime, Texas. He graduated
from Friendswood High School
Sin Friendswood, Texas in 1996.
He served in the Air Force as a
Tactical Air Controller from
.1996 until 1998. He graduated
from Texas A & M University in
S2002 with a degree in
Telecommunication
Engineering and is presently
employed by JBI Technologies
in Annapolis, Maryland as a
Systems Engineer.
All friends and family are
invited to the reception at the
Senior Account Executive with late Mrs. Beatrice Brewer Scott Sawano Club at 7:00 p.m. on
XO Communications, nationally of Eagle Lake, Texas and his June 16th after a private cere-
headquartpred in Reston, paternal grandparents are Mr. & mony held earlier in the day.
Virginia. Mrs. Leonard Girndt of After the wedding, the. couple
Jason's maternal grandpar- Columbus, Texas and the late plan to reside in Alexandria,
ents are Mr. Victor Scott and the Mr. Harvey Pustejovsky of .Virginia.


Shelton, Chavers


to exchange vows

Jameka La'Shae Shelton and Anthony Chavers, Jr. together with
their parents are so fulfilled of joy to share the announcement of
their marriage on Saturday the twenty-first day of April 2007 at 5:00
in the afternoon at Greater Bethel M. B. Church, 560 Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd. at Chattahoochee.


At first, it will


Farmer, Lighfoot


to wed in June


Dorothy Ray Holmes and
Jessie Ray Sr. would like to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Amanda Ray
Farmer to Stephen J. Lightfoot.
Amanda's fiance' Stephen is the
son of the late Deacon Henry
Lightfoot Sr, and Mrs. Annie
Lois Lightfoot. Both the bride
and groom-to-be are Quincy
natives who were educated
within the Gadsden Cdujity
School District. Amanda is a
licensed cosmetologist at
Personal Touch Beauty Salon,
and Stephen is employed with
the Attapulgus, GA division of
BASF. The bride and groom-to-
be will exchange nuptials dur-
ing a private ceremony among
immediate family and close
friends on June 23rd in an
unspecified location. There will
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Quincy, Florida that is continually becoming
a faithful community of disciples striving
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Highway, Post Office Box 1309, Quincy, FL
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

A-1 Auto Service, Inc.
gives. Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles
on 4/27/2007, 9:00 a.m. at
17974 BLUE STAR HIGH-
WAY QUINCY, FL 32351-
7162, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. A-1 Auto
Service, Inc. reserves the
right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
JN1FU21P3MX856155
1991 Nissan
JT2VV22W1L0097582
1990 Toyota
4/12/07c

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

A-1 Auto Service, Inc.
gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles
on 4/27/2007, 9:00 a.m. at
17974 BLUE STAR HIGH-
WAY QUINCY, FL 32351-
7162, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. A-1 Auto
Service, Inc. reserves the
right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
2P4GH2530PR120897
1993 Plymouth
4/12/07c

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

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 0601568CAA

DLJ MORTGAGE CAPI-
TAL, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JERRY AKINS, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated April
02, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 0601568CAA,
of the Circuit Court of the
SECOND Judicial Circuit
in and for GADSDEN
County, Florida wherein
DLJ MORTGAGE CAPI-
TAL, INC. is the Plaintiff
and JERRY AKINS; CITI-
FINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC. F/K/A
COMMERCIAL CREDIT
CONSUMER SERVICES,
INC.; UNITED COMPA-
NIES LENDING CORP., A
DISSOLVED CORPORA-
TION; DEBORAH AKINS
A/K/A DEOBRAH L.
AKINS; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT


PROPERTY are
Defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der for cash at SOUTH-
SIDE STEPS OF THE
GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 25th day
of April, 2007, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:

A parcel of land lying in the
Southeast one quarter of
the Northwest one quarter
of Section 30, Township 3
North, Range 3 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
also being a part of a 3.8
acre parcel of land as:
described in Official.
Record Book 328, Pages
'1063 through 1065 of the
Public Records of said
County, being more partic-
ularly described by metes
and bounds as follows:
Begin at the Southeast
Corner of said lands, and
run; thence West 120.00
feet; thence 207.07 feet;
thence East 120.00 feet;
thence South 207.07 to
the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

TOGETHER WITH a 15
foot Roadway Easement:
A strip of land lying in the
Southeast one quarter of
the Northwest one quarter
of Section 30, Township 3
North, Range 3 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
also being a part of a 3.8
acre parcel of land as
described in Official
Record Book 328, Page
'1063 through 1065 of the
Public Records of said
county, being more partic-
ularly described by metes
and bounds as follows:'
Commence at the
Southeast Comer of said
lands, and run thence
West 120.00 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
From said POINT OF
BEGINNING thence con-
tinue West 239.08 feet to a
point n right-of-way
boundary of State Road
No. 65 (66 foot right-of-
way; Attapulgus Road),
also said point lying on a
curve concave to the
Northeast; thence
Northwesterly along said
Eastern right-of-way
boundary and said curve
with a radius of 7606.15
feet through a central
angle of 00 degrees 06
minutes 56 seconds for an
arc distance of 15.34 feet;
thence East 242.27 feet;
thence South 15.00 feet to
the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

TOGETHER WITH A
1989 PEAC DOU-
BLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME WITH VIN #'S
PSHGA5319A AND
PSHGA5319B.

Any person claiming an


Church Caretaker Position


First Elizabeth Church has janitori-
al, yard and housekeeping position.
Contact church secretary, Mrs.
Brown at 386-6567 for job descrip-
tion. Salary: $600/monthly.

Deadline: April 22, 2007





interest in the surplus from WITH A RADIUS OF
Sthe sale, if any, other than 422.72 FEET THROUGH
the property owner as of A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
the date of the Lis 50 DEGREES 38 MIN-
Pendens must file a claim UTES 25 SECONDS
within sixty (60) days after FOR AN ARC DISTANCE
the sale. OF 373.62 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 71
Dated this 2nd day of April, DEGREES 47 MINUTES
2007. 22 SECONDS EAST
425.71 FEET; THEICE
Nicholas Thomas SOUTH 50 DEGREES 43
Clerk of the Circuit Court MINUTES 14 SECONDS
WEST 430.87 FEET TO
(Seal) THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk CONTAINING 2.10
4/12,4/19/07c ACRES; MORE OR
LESS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI- THE WESTERLY 30
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FEET OF THE FOREGO-
FOR GADSDEN COUN- ING DESCRIBED PROP-
TY, FLORIDA ERTY BEING SUBJECT
STO AN ACCESS, UTILI-
CIVIL DIVISION TIES AND DRAINAGE
CASE NO.: EASEMENT.
07000185CAA
TOGETHER. WITH A
COUNTRYWIDE HOME 1984 PEAC DOU-
LOANS, INC., BLEWIDE MOBILE
Plaintiff, HOME WITH VIN #'S
KBGASNA423902 &
vs. KBGASNB423902 AND
TITLE #'S 22884316 &
EUNICE S. SUMMERLIN 2284123.'
A/K/A/ SHERRIE
BARNES, et al, has been filed against you
Defendants. and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
NOTICE OF ACTION ten defenses, if any, to. it,
on Marshall C. Watsoti,
TO: 1AQOBERT L. P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff,
BARNES, whose address is 1800
L/K/A 76 Silver Oak Lane, NW 49th Streeet, Suite
Havana, FL 32333, cur- 120, FT. Lauderdale, FL
rent residence unknown 33309, on or before MAY
EUNICE S. SUMMERLIN 5,2007, a date which is
A/K/A/ SHERRIE within thirty (30) days after
BARNES the first publication of this
L/K/A 76 Silver Oak Lane, Notice in the Gadsden
Havana, FL 32333, cur- County Times and file the
rent residence unknown original with the Clerk of
this Court either before
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that service on Plaintiff's attor-
an action for Foreclosure ney or immediately there-
of Mortgage on the follow- after; otherwise a default
Sing described property: will be entered against you
*for the relief demanded in
A TRACT OF LAND the complaint.
LYING IN SECTION 33,.
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, notice to person with
RANGE 2 WEST, GADS- Disabilities. If you have a
DEN COUNTY, FLORI- disabilities which required
DA; MORE PARTICU- any accommodation in
LARLY DESCRIBED AS order to participate in this
FOLLOWS: proceeding, you are enti-
tied, at no cost to you, to
COMMENCE AT THE the provision of certain-
NORTHEAST CORNER assistance, please contact
OF THE NORTHWEST Nicholas Thomas Clerk at
QUARTER OF THE (850) 875-8601 or write to
NORTHEAST QUARTER him at P.O.Box 1649,
OF'SAID SECTION 33 Quincy, FL 32353, within 2
AND RUN SOUTH 00 working days of your
DEGREES 29 MINUTES receipt of this notice. If you
36 SECONDS EAST are hearing or voice
ALONG THE EAST impaired, call 1-800-955-
BOUNDARY OF THE 8771.
WEST HALF OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER WITNESS my hand and
'OF SAID SECTION 33 A the seal of this Court this
DISTANCE OF 1498.25 23th day of March, 2007.
FEET TO A POINT LYING
ON A CURVE CONCAVE Nicholas Thomas
TO THE SOUTHERLY As Clerk of the Court
ON THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUND- (SEAL)
ARY OF STATE ROAD
NO. 12; THENCE FROM By Betty Sue Sadberry
A TANGENT BEARING As Deputy Clerk
OF SOUTH 76 4/5,12/07c
DEGREES 25 MINUTES
24 SECONDS WEST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
RUN WESTERLY FOR GADSDEN COUN-
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF TY, FLORIDA
WAY CURVE WITH A
RADIUS OF 4802.65 PROBATE DIVISION
FEET THROUGH A CEN- FILE NO. 07-143-CPA
TRIAL ANGLE OF 18
DEGREES 22 MINUTES IN RE: ESTATE OF
36 SECONDS FOR AN EDWARD NEAL BASS,
ARC DISTANCE OF Deceased
1540.36 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 58 DEGREES 02 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
MINUTES 48 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SIAD The administration of the
RIGHT OF WAY BOUND- estate of EDWARD NEAL
ARY 267.70 FEET TO BASS, deceased, whose
THE CENTERLINE OF A date of death was August
60 FOOT ACCESS, UTIL- 9, 2006, is pending in the
ITIES AND DRAINAGE Circuit Court for Gadsden
EASEMENT; THENCE County, Florida, Probate
NORTH 31 DEGREES 57 Division, the address of
MINUTES 12 SECONDS which is Gadsden County
WEST ALONG SAID Courthouse, P.O. box
CENTERLINE 175.00 1649, Quincy, FL 32351,
FEET TO THE POINT OF The names and address-
BEGINNING. FROM es of the personal repre-
SAID POINT OF BEGIN- sentative and the personal
NING CONTINUE representative's attorney
NORTH 31 DEGREES 57 are set forth below.
MINUTES 12 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID All creditors of the dece-
CENTERLINE 55.00 dent and other persons
FEET TO A POINT OF having claims or demands
CURVE TO THE RIGHT, against decedent's estay,
THENCE ALONG SAID on whom a copy of this


CENTERLINE CURVE notice is required to be


- ~FOR SALEI


EMPLOY
OPPORTUr
Out of work?
change? Earn
learn ele
mechanics, a
puters. Rece
medical, den
lodging. We pa
cate' Must be
age 17-34. F
view, call 1-
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Maintena
Technician I


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CITIES


C&N Enterprises, Inc.


Need a Remodeling Division.
while you Complete Renovations
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For local Apartment
Community. Success -
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apartment maintenance
and turnkey prepara-
tions. Must have own
tools. Good salary and
benefits. Send Resume
to 33 Church Street
#46, Gretna, FL 32332
EOE 850-856-5801


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decedent
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demands
dent's estate
claims wi
WITHIN
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NOTWITI
THE TIME
FORTH A
CLAIM FIL
YEARS
AFTER
DENTS
DEATH IS

The date
tion of this
12, 2007.

Stuart E. G
Attorney
Represent
Bar No. 036
Goldberg &
P.O. Box 1:
Tallahassei
Telephone:


Dorothy An
Personal R
P.O. Box 47
Chattahooc
4/12,4/19/0

IN THE CIF
, OFTHE S
JUDICIAL
AND FOR
COUNTY,

PROBATE
FILE NO.

.IN RE:
JOELLE SI
LOS.

NOTICE
TRATION

The admin
estate
SUZANNE
deceased,
death was
2006, has I
Circuit Cou
County, Fl
Division, tl
which is C
Court, Pro
Gadsden
Courthous
Jefferson
FL 32351.
and address
sonal repr
the person
tive's attom
below.


JAN HOME CARE
License #22941, I will
provide companship
and homeinaking for
the elderly. Call 597-
1676. Ref. available.
4/12/07P


REM35


ALL INTERESTED PER-
4/5, 4/12/07c SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
Consistent All persons on whom this
notice is served who have
mpetitive Pay objections that challenge
s Pkg.401-K the validity of the lack of
latch. 1/41y will, the qualifications of
us. Or Lease the personal representa-
3-907-1945 tive, venue, or jurisdiction
:213. of this Court are required
4/12, 419, 07p to file their objections with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER, THE
A DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
ust file their DAYS AFTER THE DATE
th this court OFSERVICEOFACOPY
HE LATER OF OF THIS NOTICE ON
S AFTER THE THEM.
THE FIRST All creditors of the dece-
ION OF THIS dent and other persons
OR 30 DAYS ;i*;ri,''J:lai;r. demrards
HEl DATE :OF' a-gr.ni me deedpent's
3P''COP'' OF eisati on wriorm a copy of
CE ON THEM. this notice is required to be
served must file their
reditors of the claims with this Court
and other per- WITHIN THE LATER OF
ng claims or THREE MONTHS AFTER
against dece- THE DATE OF THE
te must file their FIRST PUBLICATION OF
th this court THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
3 MONTHS TY DAYS AFTER THE
HE DATE OF. DATE OF SERVICE OF A
ST PUBLICA- COPY OF THIS NOTICE
HIS NOTICE. ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
IS NOT FILED decedent.and other per-
1E TIME PERI- sons having' claims or
SFORTH IN demands against dece-
733.702 OF dent's estate must file their
IDAPROBATE claims WITHIN THREE
L BE FOREV- .MONTHS AFTER THE
ED. DATE OF THE .FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
STANDING NOTICE..
PERIOD SET ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
\BOVE, ANY 'AND OBJECTIONS NOT
LED TWO (2) SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
OR MORE EVER BARRED.
THE DECE- The date of the first publi-
DATE OF cation of this notice is April
BARRED. 5,2007.

of first publica- Attorney for Personal
notice is: April Representative:
E. CLAY McGONAGILL,
JR.
oldberg Fla. Bar ID No. 256684
for Personal 3750 Sally Lane,
ative Florida Tallahassee, FL 32312
65971 (850) 345-7956
SOlive
2458 Personal Representative:
e, FI 32317 ERIC JAMES NAITOVE
850 222-4000 3713 Lifford Circle
Tallahassee,FL 32309
in Bass 4/5,12/2007c
representative
75 IN THE COURT OF THE
:hee; FL 32324 SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
37c CUIT,
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
RCUIT COURT COUNTY, FLORIDA
SECOND
CIRCUIT, IN Case No.: 07000348DRA
GADSDEN Division: Family
FLORIDA
Buster M. Brunef,
DIVISION Petitioner
07000069CPA
and
ESTATE OF
UZANNE BELl- Annie C. Bruner,
Respondent

OF ADMINIS- NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
listration of the
of JOELLE TO: ANNIE C. BRUNER,
BELILOS, Unknown
whose date of
December 21, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
been filed in the an action has been filed
irt for Gadsden against you and that you
orida, Probate are required to serve a
he address of copy of your written
Clerk of Circuit defenses, if any, to it on
0bate Division, Buster M. Bruner, whose
County address is 2199 Warren
e, 10 E. Circle, Grand Ridge, FL
Street, Quincy, 32442-000 on or before
The names April 26, 2007, and file the
sses of the per- original with the clerk of
esentative and this Court at 10 East
ial representa- Jefferson St, Quincy, FL
ley are set forth 32351, before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do


MUSHROOM compost
for spring gardening for
sale. Call Robert, 850-
528-0343.
3/08-4/26p


Queen Pillow-To
Mattress Set. Brand new
in last' :h warranty.
$150. 222 c 79.
4/12c


SOLID WOOD Che y
sleigh bed BRAr D
NEW in box, $275. 5 .
7112.
4/12c

SOFA & LOVESEAT.
Brand NEW LEATHER,
still wrapped, lifetime-


so, a default may be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition.

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

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

WARNINIG:IRu; lp.,;I85,
Florida Family La~.Iules
of Procedure, requires
certain, automatic disclo-
sure of documents and
information. Failure to
comply can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.

Dated: March 21, 2007

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By Amita Green
Deputy Clerk
3/29,4/5,4/12,4/19p

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

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-000166-
CA-A

21ST MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,

vs.

KENDRICK D. BRYANT
A/K/A KENDRICK
BRYANT; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE:OF
KENDRICK D. BRYANT
A/K/A KENDRICK
BRYANT; TAMMIE PARK-
ER A/K/A TAMMIE LEE
PARKER; .. THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
TAMMIE PARKER A/K/A
TAMMIE LEE PARKER;
IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIqNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFEN DANT.(S);
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-
styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of the SECOND
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County,
Florida, I will sell the prop-
erty situate in Gadsden
County, Florida, described
as:

BEGIN AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF


warrant
(delive
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NEW
Shedroc
Aresse
-iahtst


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ity, sacrifice $795.
ry available). 425- MULTI-FAMILY Yard
Sale/Estate Sale, 52
4/12c Pittman St. Quincy, Sat.
April 14,7:30 am until ?.
Fumiture, adult & chil-
QU..EN POSTER dren clothing, shoes,
om set bed, household items, ,light
*r, mirror, chest, 2 fixtures.
stands, $4000 4/12/07p


va' Must sell $
bt 112



D' ING ROOh
Beautiful chery ta
arm & 4 side chairs
ed china cabinet.
new in boxes, can
er. Must move,
545-7112.


THE SOUTHEAST
OF THE NORTH
1/4 .OF SECTION
TOWNSHIP 1 N(
RANGE 2 WEST
FROM SAID N(
EAST CORNER
WEST 70 Y-
THENCE SOUTI
YARDS; THEN EA
YARDS; TH
NORTH 70 YARD
THE POINT OF E
NING. SAID L
LYING IN SECTIC
TOWNSHIP 1 NC
RANGE 2 WEST, (
DEN COUNTY, F
DA.

To include a:
2000 MERITT M
HOME VIN F
CB104022-3
80252610
2000. MERITT M
HOME VIN F..
CB1040 223
-80252566 -', ";;a

Any person claim
.interest in the surpli
the sale, if any, oth
the property owne
the date of th
Pendens must file
within sixty (60).da:
the sale.

Witness,, my han
seal of this court
2nd day of April, 20

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit

(Seal)

By Betty Sue Sadb
Deputy Clerk
4/12,4/19/07c

IN THE CIRCUIT C
FOR GADSDEN
TY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISIC
FILE NO. 0700014

IN RE: ESTATE
ELENE L
CHESTER,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CRED

The formal admini
of the estate.of
LOUISE CHE
deceased, File h
07000149CPA, is p
in the Circuit Co
Gadsden County,
Probate Divisior
address of wh
Gadsden
Courthouse, P.O
1649, Quincy, FL
The names and a
es of the persona
sentative and the p
representative's a
are set forth below.

All persons on wh
notice is served wh
objections that ch
the qualifications
Personal Represe
Snue, or jurisdic
is Court are reqi
file their objection
this Court WHITHI
LATER OF
MONTHS AFTEF
DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION O0
NOTICE OR T
DAYS AFTER THE
OF SERVICE O
NOTICE ON THEIR

All creditors of the
dent and other (
having claims or de
against decedent's
on whom a copy
notice is required
served must file
claims with this
WITHIN THE LAT
3 MONTHS AFTER
TIME OF THE
PUBLICATION O1
NOTICE OR 30


I OUU.
YARD SALE, Saturday
4/12c 14th, 8 a.m.,, 1250
Bainbridge Hwy, 2 miles
from the Quincy court-
A -. house on N. Adams.
ble, 2 Look for signs.
Sliaht- 4/12/07p


I


JOBS


I LEGA~


I LEGALS~r:


4/12c AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OFA COPY OF
THIS NOTICE,ON THEM.

SAll other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
T 1/4 sons having claims or
WEST demands against dece-
N 16, dents estate must file their
ORTH, claims with this court
SAND WITHIN 3 MONTHS
ORTH-. AFTER THE DATE OF
RUN' THE FIRST PUBLICA-
ARDS; TION OF THIS NOTICE.
H, 70
kST 70 'ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
IENCE WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
)S TO ODS SET FORTH IN
BEGIN- SECTION 733.702 OF
ANDS THE FLORIDA PROBATE
)N 16, CODE WILL BE FOREV-
ORTH, ER BARRED.
GADS-
FLORI- NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
OBILE YEARS ORi MORE
LHML- AFTER THE DECE-
5 1 A DENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED:
OBILE
LHML- The date of first publ&ca
S5 1 B tion;;of this notice is:'April
=>A. 12, 2007:
The date of the second
ing an publication of this notice is:
us from April 19, 2007.
er than
r as of VALERIE E. JANARD
ie Lis Attorney for Personal
a claim Representative Florida
ys after Bar No. 284203
237 East Washington
Street
id and Quincy, FI 32351
on the Telephone: 850 875-4410
107.
ERNEST D. CHESTER
Personal Representative
Court 802 Eamest Road
Greensboro, FL 32330
4/12,4/19/07c

'eny IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GADSDEN COUN-
COURT TY, FLORIDA
COUN-
CASE NO. 07-278-CAA

DN JAMES L. THOMPSON,
9CPA Plaintiff,

E OF vs.
OUISE
JOHN G. CUNNINGHAM;
and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS,'
)ITORS Defendants.

station NOTICE OF ACTION
ELENE
;STER, TO: JOHN G.
lumber CUNNINGHAM
)ending YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
curt for a complaint for
Florida, Foreclosure on the follow-
, the ing property in Gadsden
ich is County, Florida:
County Lot 1, WILLIS HILLS,
). box more particularly
32351, described as follows:
ddress-
l repre- Legal Description for Willis
personal Hills Subdivision
attomey Lot one -1.13 acres

A parcel of land lying in the
om this Northwest one-quarter of
to have the Southwest one-quar-
lallenge ter of Section 34,
of the Township-3-North, Range-
*ntative, 3-West, Gadsden County,
tion .of Florida; being more partic-
uired to ulariy described by metes
ns with and bounds as follows:
N THE Commence at a found iron
THREE bar (1 inch) known as
R THE marking the Southeast
FIRST Comer of lands as
F THIS described in Official
rHIRTY Records Book 112, pages
E DATE 112-114 of the Public
F THIS Records of said county,
M. also said point marking the
Northeast Comer of lands
e dece- as described in Official
persons Records Book 24, page
demands 721 of said Public
estate, Records, and run; Thence
of this South (Bearing Base)
to be 65.56 feet to a concrete
e their monument (PSM #3031)
court on the Northerly Right-of-
ER OF Wayboundaryof a County
R THE Roadway, known as Mary
FIRST
' THIS
DAYS Cont'd pg. B 7


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4/12/07p


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and leave a message.
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303 and 305 Shadow St.
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dining room and hallways.
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(Shadow St.)
SArchitectural shingles and
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I A


claiming an inte
the surplus, if any,
ing from the forec
sale, other than th
erty owner as of th
of the Lis Pendenh
file a claim on san
the Clerk of Cour
60 days after the f
sure sale.

WITNESS my ha
official seal of said
this 27 day of
2007.

In accordance w
Americans
Disabilities Act, p
with disabilities n
a special accomr
tion to participate
proceeding should
tact Court Adminis
at 10 E. Jefferson
Quincy, Florida,
telephone (850)
8601, not later
-seven (7) days f
the proceeding. I
ing impaired, (TI
800-955-8771, or
(V) .1-800-955-87'
Florida Relay Sen

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circui

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sac
Deputy Clerk
4/5, 4/1

IN THE CII
COURT OF THE
OND JUDICIAL
CUIT
IN AND FOR GAC
COUNTY, FLORID

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
001507-CAA

BANK OF AME
N.A.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JAMES C. EVANS
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RESC
ULED FORECLO
SALE

NOTICE IS HE
GIVEN pursuant
Order Resche
Foreclosure Sale
April 2, 2007
entered in Case
2006-001507-CAA
Circuit Court of the
OND Judicial Cir
and for GAD
County, Florida w
BANK OF AME
N.A., is the Plaint
JAMES C. E'
are the Defendant
sell to the highest
best bidder .for c
SOUTHSIDE STE
THE GADSDEN C
TY COURTHOUSE
11:00AM, on the 3
of May, 2007, the
ing described pr
as set forth in said
Judgment:
COMMENCE AT
NORTH QUA
CORNER OF SEC


rest in- 3,. TOWNSHIP 3
result- NORTH, RANGE 4
closure WEST, GADSDEN
e prop- COUNTY, FLORIDA,
he date AND RUN THENCE
s, must NORTH 88 DEGREES
ne with 38 MINUTES 53 SEC-
t within ONDS EAST ALONG
dreclo- THE NORTH BOUND-
ARY OF SAID SECTION
3,' A' DISTANCE' OF
nd and 922.67 FEET TO THE
d Court POINT OF BEGINNING.
March, FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTIN-
UE- NORTH. 88
ith the DEGREES 38 MINUTES
With 53 SECONDS EAST
persons ALONG SAID SECTION
feeding LINE A DISTANCE QF
nmoda- 198.00 FEET, THENCE
in this RUN SOUTH 00
d con- DEGREES 31 MINUTES
station 21 SECONDS EAST A
Street, DISTANCE OF. 24.73
32351, FEET TO AN IRON PIN
875- AND CAP, SAID POINT
* than LYING ON THE
prior to SOUTHERLY LINE OF A
fhear- P RQ P'O S E D
)D) 1- ACCESS/UTILITY
SVoice EASEMENT FOR MT.
70, via CALVARY CHURCH
vice. ROAD, THENCE LEAV-
ING SAID LINE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 00
t Court DEGREES 31 MINUTES
21 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 635.27
FEET TO AN IRON PIN
Berry AND CAP, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 88
12, 07c DEGREES 38 MINUTES
53 SECONDS WEST A
RCUIT. DISTANCE OF 198.00
SEC- FEET TO AN IRON PIN
CIR- AND 'CAP, THENCE
RUN NORTH 00
)SDEN DEGREES 31 MINUTES
)A 21 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 634.33
FEET TO AN IRON PIN
2006- AND CAP, SAID POINT
MARKING THE
SOUTHERLY LINE OF A"
.RICA, P R O P O S E D
ACCESS/UTILITY
EASEMENT FOR MT.
CALVARY CHURCH
ROAD, THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH 00
3, et al, DEGREES 31 MINUTES
21 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 25.67
CHED- FEET TO THE POINT
)SURE OF BEGINNING.


=REBY
to an
Dduling
dated
and
e NO.
of the
SSEC-
cuit in
SDEN
therein
RICA,
iff and
VANS;
s, I will
st and
ash at
PSOF
0OUN-
3E at
3rd day
follow-
operty
d Final

THE
kRTER
ACTION


TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCAT-
ED THEREON, SERIAL
N U M B E RS
FLFL170A28965AV21 &
FLFL170B28965AV21

A/K/A 170 MOUNT CAL-
VARY CHURCH, QUIN-
CY, FL 32352

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on April 3, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

,(Seal)


FOR SALE MOBILE
HOME; on 1/2. acre,
3BR/2BA in NW
Tallahassee with home
warranty, only $69,500.
Call Nancy Helm,
Killearn Brokers Realty.
4/5,4/12/07p


I- GAL I


Brown Road (60.00 foot
Right-of-Way); Thence
South 89 degrees 25 min-
utes 42 seconds East
,along said Northerly Right-
of-Way boundary a dis-
tance of 295.00 feet;
Thence North 295.00 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. From said POINT
-OF BEGINNING thence
continue North 168.48 feet
to a point lying on the
Southern boundary of
Pine Hill, a subdivision as
per map or plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book I,
page 166 of said Public
Records; Thence West
along said Southern
boundary a distance of
294.99, feet: to a concrete
monument, (PSM, #,3031)
marking the Northeast,
Comer of said lands as
described in Official
Records Book 112, pages
112414; Thence South
165.54 feet; Thence South
89 degrees 25 minutes 42
seconds East 295.00 to
the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.


immediately :thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.

DATED this 9th day April,
2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Court

(Seal),

By:Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
4/12, 4/19, 07c

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO: 05-1229-GA-


DEUTSCHE
NATIONAL
COMPANY
TRUSTEE,
BANKERS
COMPANY
FORNIA,
TRUSTEE


Containing 1.13 acres, BAN
more or less. COl
Together with the following TRL
described waterline ease- TIFI
ment: : OF
Legal Description for Willis SER
Hills Subdivision A 10 foot Plair
Water Line Easement
Along West boundary of vs.
Lot Two A strip of land
lying in the Northwest one- ALT.
quarter of Southwest one- any
quarter of Section 34, devi
Township-3-North, Range- cred
3-West, Gadsden County, unkr
Florida, being more partic- unkr
ularly described by metes ing
and bounds as follows: under
Commence at a found iron nam
bar (1 inch) known as
marking the Southeast Defe
Corner of lands as
described in Official NOT
Records Book 112, pages SUR
112-114 of the Public
Records of said county, NOT
also said point marking the that
Northeast Comer of lands Cleri
as described inr Official of
Records Book 24, page Flori
721 of said Public day
Records, and run; Thence 11:00
South' (Bearing Base) south
65.56 feet to a concrete Gad
monument (PSM #3031) Cou
on the Northerly Right-of- Flori
Way boundary of a County sell
Roadway, known as Mary the h
Brown Road' (60.00 foot der 1
Right-of-Way); Thence ing-
South 89 degrees 25 min- situa
utes 42 seconds East Cou,
along said Northerly Right-
of-way boundary a dis- Corr
stance of 295.00 feet to the Nortl
:POINT.OF BEGINNING. the
.From said POINT OF One
BEGINNING thence con- Nort
tinue South 89 degrees 25 Quar
minutes 42 seconds East Four
10.00 feet; Thence North Two
320.10 feet; Thence West Ran,
10.00 feet; Thence South (W),
320.00 feet to the POINT Flori
.OF BEGINNING. South
the
has been filed against you Fron
and others, and you-are Begi
required to serve a copy of ue S
your written defenses, if Ther
any, to it on DANIEL E. Feet
MANAUSA, ESQUIRE, 102
,SMITH, THOMPSON, (E) 1
-SHAW & MANAUSA, of E
,P.A., Plaintiffs' attomeys, 'with
3520 Thomasville Road, Hom
4th Floor, Tallahassee,
Florida 32309-3469, no purs
more than thirty (30) days Judg
from the first publication case
date of this notice of Cour
action, and file the original is im
.with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on An,
Plaintiff's attorneys or


IKERS
MPANY
ISTEE F
CATE


BANK
.TRUST
AS
FKA
TRUST
OF CALI-
N.A. AS
FOR
TRUST
AS
FOR CER-
HOLDERS


-SACO I, INC.,
IIES 2000-01.
ntiff,



ON DRAYTON, and
unknown heirs,
sees, grantees,
liters, and other'
known persons or
town spouses claim-
by, through and
er any of the above-
ed. Defendants,

endants.

TICE OF FORECLO-
IE SALE

TICE is hereby given
the undersigned
k of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County,
da, will on the 25th
of April, 2007, at
0 o'clock A.M at the
h front door of the
sden County
rthouse in Quincy,
da, offer for sale and
at public outcry to
highest and best bid-
for cash, the follow-
described property
ate in Gadsden
nty, Florida:

nmence at the
heast (NE) Corner of
Northwest (NW)
-Quarter (1/4) of the
hwest (NW) One-
rter (1/4) of Section
teen (14), Township
(2) North (N),
ge Four (4) West
Gadsden County,
da, and run thence
h (S) 1,010 Feet to
Point of Beginning.
n said Point of
nning thence' contin-
iouth (S) 102 Feet.
ice West (W) 150
. Thence North (N)
Feet. Thence East
50 Feet to The Point
beginning. Together
that certain Mobile
e located thereon.

uant to the Final
gment entered in a
e pending in said
t, the style of which
dicated above.

y person or entity


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


ONLY A FEW BLOCKS FROM DOWNTOWN! This 3 BR, 2
BA home has a GARAGE APARTMENT ON A LARGE LOT
Fireplace. Near churches, stores.
$135,000 W-1684


VERY SOLID 3 BR, 2 BA, 2,412 sf home with lots of room to
enjoy. New carpets, windows and paint PRICED TO SELLAT
$125,000 W-1682
ON 2.65 ACRES! Traditional DWMH with 3 BR, 2 BA,
separate living and dining rooms, fireplace. ENJOY THE
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and neverfinished. Heavy damage from leaking roof. SOLDAS
IS FOR ONLY
$60,000 J-1686

CHATTAHOOCHEE: 44x140x170x195 BUILDING LOT for
your new home. All city utilities available.
$25,000 W-4324
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Farm 1 553 Acres
Tolar White Road


Farm 3 386 Acres
Flat Creek Road


FOR

LEASE

Office Space
300 5,000
sq. ft.

Call

627-7375


I.LGALI


By Betty Sue Sadberry'
Deputy Clerk
4/12,4/19/07c

JN THE CIRCUIT
COURT. FOR FGAD,S-
DEN COUNTY, FLO.RI-
DA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 07000145CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLIE FROST,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of the
estate of CHAFLIE
FIOST, deceased,
whose date of death was
March 18, 1990; File
Number 07000145CPA
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gadsden
County,, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is Gadsden
County Courthouse, P.O.
box 1649, Quincy, FL
32351, The names and
addresses of the person-
al representative and the
personal representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.

All creditors of the dece-
dent andotler persons
having claims ,or
demands against dece-
dent'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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SER-
VICE -OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

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

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE; ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS 'OR MORE
AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publica-
.tion of this notice is:
April 5, 2007.


Daniel R Doorakian
Attorney for Personal
Representative Florida
Bar No. 0500021
,Moyle Flanigan. Katz
White & Krasker, P.A 625
North Flagler Drive, 9th
Floor
West Palm Beach, FI
33401
Telephone: 561 659-
7500

HESTER M. WILLIAMS
Personal Representative
1488'West 35th Street
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
4/5,4/12/07c

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 06-1550-
CAA


JIMMY
REALTY,
PETER H.
Plaintiffs,


BOYNTON
INC.; 'AND
LESTER,


vs

CAROLYN JEFFER-
SON; and. 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 4, SUMPTER
RIDGE, A SUBDIVISION
AS PER MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
90 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORI-
DA

at public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash,
at the south front door of
the Gadsden County
,Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on
April 24, 2007. Any per-
son claiming an interest
in the surplus from the
sale, other than the prop-
erty owner, must file a
claim within 60 days
after the sale.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
4/5,12/07c


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR-


GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO.
07000340CAA

THOMAS LAMAR SIMS
and his wife, MARGIE M.
SIMS,
Plaintiffs,

vs.

All of the heirs-at-law
and beneficiaries of BEN
F. JOHNSON,
deceased.
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Defendants, all of
the heirs-at-law and ben-
eficiaries of BEN F.
JOHNSON, deceased,
and all others whom it
may concern:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet
title to Plaintiffs
THOMAS LAMAR SIMS
and his wife, MARGIE M.
'SIMS, property in
Gadsden County,
Florida, described as:

Commence at the NE
Corer of lot 13 of block
D Marcus L. Floyd
Farmland, adjoining
Shelter Park, according
to a map or plat thereof
on. file.in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gadsden, Florida, and
thence run North a dis-
tance of 657 feet; thence
West 780 feet, thence
North 165 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence from said POINT
OF BEGINNING, run
North 100 feet; East 150
feet; thence South 100
feet; thence West 150
feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; the same
being in Lot B of the
Marcus L. Floyd
Farmland, adjoining
Shelfer Park, a subdivi-
sion in Section 2, 11 and
12, Township 2 North
range 4 West.

has been filed against
you, and you are
required to serve a copy
of your written defenses,
if any, to it on J. David
House, Plaintiffs
Attorney, whose address
is 16865 SE River
Street, Blountstown,
Florida 32424, on or
before April 30, 2007,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court
either before service on
the Plaintiffs Attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.

DATED this 16th day of
March, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Court


Farm 2 209 Aces
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2007-87-
CAA

TAYLOR, BEAN &
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

ELIZABETH MONROE,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure
dated April 02, 2007 and
entered in Case 'No.
2007-87-CAA of the
Circuit Court of the SEC-
OND Judicial Circuit in
and for GADSDEN
County, Florida wherein
TAYLOR, BEAN &
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORP., is the
Plaintiff and ELIZA-
BETH MONROE; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der for cash at SOUTH-
SIDE STEPS OF THE
GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 1st day
of May, 2007, the follow-
ing described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment:

LOT 7, SUMPTER
RIDGE, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
90, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF GADSEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; TOGETHER
WITH THAT CERTAIN


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Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
-days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on April 2, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(Seal)

By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
4/12,4/19/07c

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2007-0061-
CA

TAYLOR, BEAN &
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

PATRICIA MOORE, et
al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of.
Mortgage Foreclosure
dated April 02, 2007 and
entered in Case No.
2007-0061-CA of the
Circuit Court of the SEC-
OND Judicial Circuit in
and for GADSDEN

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B 8 The Gadsden County Times April 12,2007


from pg. B 7
County, Florida wherein
TAYLOR, BEAN &
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORP.,' is the
Plaintiff and PATRICIA
MOORE; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF PATRICIA MOORE;
ANNIE ROLLINS; are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at
SOUTHSIDE STEPS OF
THE GADSDEN COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 16th
day of May, 2007, the fol-
lowing described proper-
ty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 29, SUMPTER
RIDGE, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
90, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF GADSEN COUNTY-
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 225 Sumpter
Ridge Road, Midway, FL


32343
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the sel of this Court
on April 2, 2007.
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
4/12,4/19/07c
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR WATER USE
PERMIT
Notice is hereby given
that pursuant to Chapter
373, Florida Statutes,
the following
applications) for water
use permits) have been


received by the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District:
Application number I
06831 filed 04/05/2007
Fernlea Flowers, Inc.,
294 Buck Blount Road,
Quincy, FL 32351
Requesting a maximum
withdrawal of 414,497
gallons per day from
Juniper Creek and the
Floridan Aquifer System
for Agricultural Irrigation
use by an existing facili-.
ty.
General withdrawal loca-
tion(s) in Gadsden
County: T02N, R05W,
Sec. 27, 33, 34.'
Interested persons may
object to or comment
upon the applications or
submit a written request
for a copy of the staff
reports) containing
proposed agency action
regarding the .
applications) by writing
to the Division of
Resource Regulation of
the Northwest Florida


Water Management
District, attention Terri
Peterson, 152 Water
Management Drive,
Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but
such comments or
requests must be
received by 5 o'clock
p.m. on
April 30, 2007.
No further public notice
will.be provided
regarding this (these)
application (s).
Publication
of this notice constitutes
constructive notice of
this permit application to
all substantially
affected persons. A copy
of the staff reports)
must be requested in
order to remain advised
of
further proceedings and
any public hearing date.
Substantially affected
persons are entitled to
request an administra-
tive hearing regarding
the
proposed agency action


by submitting a written
request according to the
provisions of 40A-
1.521, Florida
Administrative Code.
Notice of
Proposed Agency Action
will be mailed only to
persons who have filed
such requests.
04/12/07c
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL..CIR-
CUlT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-1026-
CA
BANK OF NEW YORK,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLD-
ERS CWABS, INC.
ASSET-BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-
3,
Plaintiff,
vs.


ADRIENNE ROBERTS,
et al,
Defendantss.
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 9, 2006
and an Order Resetting
Sale dated April 2, 2007,
and entered in Case No.
2006-1026-CA/UCN:
202006CA001026XXXX
XX of the Circuit Court of
the SECOND Judicial
Circuit in and for GADS-
DEN County, Florida
wherein BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS
CWABS, INC. ASSET-
BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-3
is Plaintiff and Adrienne
Roberts; Unknown
Tenant No. 1; Unknown
Tenant No. 2, and All


Unknown Parties
Claiming Interests By,
Through, and under or
Against a Named
Defendant to this Action,
or Having or Claiming to
Have any Right, Title or
Interest in the Property
Herein Described are
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der for cash at SOUTH-
SIDE STEPS OF THE
GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on May 1,
2007, the following
described property as
set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 14, BLOCK "I",
BURMAN HEIGHTS,
BLOCKS P, Q, R, S, T, &
U, A SUBDIVISION S
PER PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
99, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
Any person claiming an


interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain
assistance. Please con-
tact the Court at 850-
875-8601, fax 850-875-
8612, within two (2)
working days of your
receipt of this Notice; if
you are hearing or voice
impaired, call Florida
Relay Service (800) 955-
8770.
DATED at Quincy,
Florida on April 2, 2007.
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)


By Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
4/12,4/19/07c
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-000129-
CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK
Plaintiff,
vs.

KIMBERLY L. ROWAN
and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS(S),
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE PUR-
SUANT TO CHAPTER
45
NOTICE is given pur-
suant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure

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The Gadsden County Times April 12,2007 B9


from pg. B 8
of Foreclosure dated
March 27, 2007, in Case
No. 07-000129-CA, of
the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit,
in and for Gadsden
County, Florida, in which
CAPITAL CITY BANK is
the Plaintiff and KIM-
BERLY L. ROWAN and
UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS(S) are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the south
door of the Gadsden
County Courthouse in
Quincy, Gadsden
County, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on May 1, 2007, the
property set forth in the
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure and more
particularly described as
follows:

A PARCEL OF LAND
LYING IN.THE SOUTH-
EAST ONE QUARTER
OF SECTION 29,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 3 WEST,
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA, WITHIN THE
BOUNDARIES OF
LANDS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 246, PAGE 553
OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF. SAID
COUNTY, AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:

COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID SECTION 29
AND RUN THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES
22 MINUTES 43 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG
THE EAST BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION 29 A
DISTANCE OF 114.08
FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOUND1)
ON THE NORTHEAST-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY OF HIGH-
BRIDGE ROAD (COUN-
TY ROAD NO. S-268-
70.00 FOOT RIGHT-OF-
WAY); THENCE NORTH
36 DEGREES 23 MIN-
UTES 47 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
NORTHEASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY A. DIS-


TANCE OF 44
FEET TO THE P
OF BEGINNING. F
SAID POINT OF BE
NING THENCE
TINUE NORTH
DEGREES 23 MINI
47 SECONDS V
ALONG SAID NO
EASTERLY RIGH
WAY BOUNDARY
DISTANCE OF
FEET TO THE M
WESTERLY COF
OF SAID LA
DESCRIBED IN
CIAL RECORDS B
246, PAGE
THENCE LEA
SAID NORTHEAST
LY RIGHT-OF
BOUNDARY
NORTH 53 DEGI
27 MINUTES 23
ONDS EAST AL
THE NORTHWEST
LY BOUNDARY
SAID LANDS A
TANCE OF 2
FEET; THENCE S(
36 DEGREES 23
UTES 47 SECC
EAST 82.43
THENCE SOUTH
DEGREES 31 MINI
40 SECONDS V
264.75 FEET TO
POINT OF BEGIN

DATED THIS 27T
MARCH, 2007

NICHOLAS THOM
CLERK OF THE
CUIT COURT

(SEAL)

BY: BETTY SUE
BERRY
DEPUTY CLERK
4/5,12/2


NOTICE OF APP
TION FOR TAX DE

NOTICE IS HE
GIVEN, that FAYE F
ER, the holder of tl
lowing certificate ha
said certificate for
deed to be issued
on. The certificate
ber and year of issi
the description o
property, and the n
in which it was ass
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO
YEAR OF ISSUA


40.59 2000
POINTT
ROM DESCRIPTION OF
EGIN- PROPERTY:
CON- PER WILL DB 118, P. 112
36 BEGIN 1229.3 FT. S. &
UTES 146.6 FT. W. OF N.E.C.
NEST RUN S. 5* E. 209 FT. S.
)RTH- 77* 12'W. 104.5 FT., N. 5*
T-OF- W. 209 FT., N. 77* 12' E.
Y A 104.5 FT. TO P.O.B. IN
82.10 SECTION 4-3N-6W.
MOST
RNER PARCEL ID NUMBER:
ANDS 2043N6W000000141030
OFFI- 0
BOOK
553; Name in which assessed:
VING BOOKER T & RALPH
iTER- NELSON WILLIAMS
-WAY
RUN Said Property being in the
REES County of Gadsden, State
SEC- of Florida. Unless such
LONG certificate shall be
;TER- redeemed according to
OF law, the property
DIS- described in such certifi-
64.75 cate shall be sold to the
OUTH highest bidder at the
MIN- courthouse door on the
)NDS 2ND of MAY, 2007 at
FEET; 10:00 a.m.
H 53
UTES Dated this 22nd of March,
WEST 2007
THE
NING. NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
H OF Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)
AS
CIR- BY: Glenda McPherson
Deputy Clerk
,4/5,12,19,26/2007c

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
SAD- TION 'FOR TAX DEED


2007C NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that CURTIS A
OR JULIA FAYE PARK-
'LICA- ER, the holder of the fol-
ED lowing certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
REBY deed to be issued there-
'ARK- on. The certificate.num-
he fol- ber and year of issuance,
is filed the description of the
a tax property, and the names
there- in which it was assessed
num- are as follows:
uance,
>f the CERTIFICATE NO. 824
names YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
;essed 2000

DESCRIPTION OF
. 785 PROPERTY:
ANCE: OR 484 P 1670, OR 234


P 207 COMM AT NWC
OF NE 1/4., RUN S 00
DEG 08 MIN E 441.66 FT.
TO POB., RUN E. 2643
FT., S. 0* 25' E. 220 FT.,
W. 2644.5 FT., N. 0* 8' W.
220.83 FT. TO POB.,
LESS PART TO SRD. IN
SECTION 10-3N-6W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2103N6W000000111010
0

Name in which assessed:
KAREN ANGLIN C/O
SHARON A SLOAN

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-
cate shall be sold to the
highest. bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
10:00 a.m.

Dated this 22nd of March,
2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: Glenda McPherson
Deputy Clerk
4/5,12,19,26/2007c

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that FAYE PARK-
ER, the holder of the fol-
lowing. certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance,
the description of the
property, and the names
in which it was assessed
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 312
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2000

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
OR 336 P 148-S 50 FT.
OF S. 100 FT. OF 1 1/4
ACRES OFF W. SIDE OF
NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 LYING
S. & W. OF OLD BAIN-
BRIDGE-TALLAHASSEE


RD. {OR 416 P 369'
REMAINDERMEN LIFE
ESTATE)

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2343N2W000000313030
0

Name in which assessed:
ARLIVE M BUTLER AND
KIMBERLY M VERY

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
.10:00 a.m.

Dated this 22nd of March,
2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: Glenda McPherson
Deputy Clerk
4/5,12,19,26/2007c

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that CURTIS A.
OR JULIA FAYE PARK-
ER, the holder of the fol-
lowing certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate num-
ber and year of issuance,
the description of the
property, and the names
in which it was assessed
are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1165
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2000

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
OR 330 P 23 BEGIN A#
SWC OF LOT 170, ORIG.
QUINCY, RUN N. 150 FT.,
E. 83 FT., S, 150 FT, W.
83 FT. TO P.OB. OR 195
P 188 LIFE ESTATE OR
283 P 498.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3072N3W073000000170


Name In which assessed:
CM & C INVESTMENTS,
LLC

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. I Unless such
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
10:00 a.m.

Dated,this 22nd of March,
.2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: Glenda McPhersop
Deputy Clerk
4/5,12,19/26/2007c

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that WALDORF
ENTERPRISES, the hold-
er of'the following certifi-
cate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year.
of issuance, the descrip-
tion of the property, and
the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 588
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2004

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
OR 423 P 646 COM-
MENCEATTHE SWC OF
THE 'NE 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 15-3N-4W AND
RUN E 1574.41 FT TO
BEGIN: THENCE E
162.71 FT; N 209.88 FT;
WEST: 162.71 FT; S
209.88 FTTO THE PO.B.

PARCEL, ID NUMBER:
2153N4W000000143030
0

Name in which assessed:
HEIRS OF GLORIA M.
ANDERSON.

Said Property being in the


County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-
bate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
10:00 a.m.

Dated this 22nd of March,
2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: Glenda McPherson
Deputy Clerk
04/05,12,19,26/07c

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN,. that WALDORF
ENTERPRISES, the hold-
er of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year
of issuance, the descrip-
tion of the property, and
the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 596
YEAR OF ISSUANCE:
2004

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
OR 496 P 833, OR 496 P
835 OR 496 P 835; OR
490 P 382 OR 477 P 835;
OR 490 P 382 OR 477 P
871; COMM AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE
W/LY RT/WY OF DAVID
THOMAS RD & SOUTH.
BNDRY OF LANDS
DESCR IN OR 117 P 399,
RUN N 01" 51' 13" W 366
FT TO BEGIN; N 01* 51'
13" W 175.23 FT; N 89*
57' 40" W 226.25 FT; S
12* 38' 45" W 179.64 FT
TO A POINT ON THE
N/LY BNDRY OF LANDS
DESCR IN OR 467 P733;1
EAST ALONG SAID N/LY
BNDRY 271.25 FT TO
POB. LESS THE FOL-
LOWING DESCR EASE-
MENT: COMM AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE
W/LY RT/WY OF DAVID


THOMAS RD & THE S/LY
BNDRY OF LANDS
DESCR IN OR 117 P 399
RUN N 01* 51' 13" W
541.23 FT. N 89* 57' 40"
W 120.71 FT TO BEGIN:.
0 89* 57'40" W 31.44 FT,
S 17" 27' 09" W 84.11 FT,
N.75* 31' 09" W 47.20 FT,
S 14* 28' 51" W 44.12 FT,
S 75* 31'09" E 9.49 FT, S
56* 53' 39" W 37.49 FT, S
12* 38'45" W 42.26 FT, E.
94 FT, N 56* 53' 39" E
133.41 FT, N 17"27'09" E
107.29 FT TO POB

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
2153N4W000000211140
0

Name in which assessed:
DORIS L.JACKSON &
DENORICE LALLMAN

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
of Florida. Unless suqh
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
10:00 a.m.

Dated this 22nd of March,
2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY:Glenda McPhersQn
Deputy Clerk
D4/05,1.2,19,26/07C

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that WALDORF
ENTERPRISES, the hold-
er of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certifi-
cate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year
of issuance, the descrip-
tion of the property, and
the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1063
YEAR OF ISSUANCE;
2004


DESCRIPTION


OF


PROPERTY:
OR 540 P 1186 OR 338 P'
708 COMM. AT S.E.C. OF'
LOT 177, ORIGINAL
QUINCY RUN S. 100 FT.
TO P.O.B., W. 240 FT., S.'
100 FT., E. 145 FT., E/LY'
95 FT., N. 80 FT. TO P. O.
B. OR 26 P 105., OR 34 P
80., OR 41 P277., DB NN
P 248. OR 382 P 168. OR
384 P 1311. OR 384 P'
1150. OR 385 P 1967. OR"
385 P 1969. IN SECTION
7-2N-3W.

PARCEL ID NUMBER:
3072N3W000000312030
0

Name in which assessed:
ALVIN G DUPONT,
CHARLES D DUPONT

Said Property being in the
County of Gadsden, State
,of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be
redeemed according to
law, the property
described in such certifi-'
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the
2ND of MAY, 2007 at
10:00 a.m.

Dated this 22nd of March,
2007

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gadsden County, Florida

(SEAL)

BY: GI e n d a
McPherson
Deputy Clerk
04/05,12,19,26/07c


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The Warsaw Ghetto

The American Israeli Cooperative Enterprise creat-
ed this resource. It is a collection of primary docu-
ments by ghetto residents and German military
authorities. Included are military reports on the
uprising, German directives issued between 1939
and 1943, letters, diary entries by residents, and
other material.

Web Address: http://tinyurl.com/d8txe -


LiGHTlG Ai CpLIE


Today we must understand that the Nazi murderers
have let us live only because they want to make use
of our capacity to work to our last drop of blood and
sweat, to our last breath. We are slaves. And when
the slaves are no longer profitable, they are killed.
Every one among us must understand that, and every
one among us must remember it always.
Underground Jewish Publication
Warsaw Ghetto, Poland
January 1943

After Nazi Germany conquered Poland in
September 1939, the activities of Jewish Poles
were severely restricted. Jews could not own
radios; telephones, or bakeries. They could not go
to movies. They could not teach. They could not
travel by train, or mail letters abroad; and they
.were required to step off the sidewalk to allow
Germans to pass.
Then,in November 1940, the Nazis created
the Warsaw Ghetto and forced every Jew in
Warsaw to move there. After confining all the Jews
in the ghetto, the Nazis confiscated their homes,
emptied their bank accounts, and stole their per-
sonal property. Then, they began starving them;
By early 1943, fewer than 60,000 Jews
remained alive. The rest had either died, or been
sent to concentration camps at Treblinka,


Auschwitzand elsewhere. Those left knew they
would also die..The only question was: When and
how would they meet their deaths?

For generation upon generation passivity and
lack of faith in our own strength had pressed upon
us; but our history also shows beautiful pages glow-
ing with heroism and struggle. It is our duty to join
this period of heroism....
Underground Jewish newspaper
Warsaw Ghetto. Warsaw, Poland
March\28,1943

Mordecai Anielewicz was a young ghetto res-
ident and youth group leader. IN the summer of
1942, he joined other young people to form a
Jewish Fighting Organization called ZOB that
planned to defend the ghetto against the Nazis.
Mordecai became their leader in November 1942,
when their arsenal consisted of a single pistol.
Mordecai bought weapons from the Polish'
Underground, and by early April ZOB had 500 pis-
tols, some rifles, and some machine guns.
On April .19,1943, German storm troops
entered the Warsaw Ghetto at 6:00 AM, backed by
armored personnel carriers and tanks. As they.
marched down the street, ZOB fighters rained bul-
lets down from windows and rooftops. Molotov


Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

This exhibit is part of the online resources offered
by the United States Holocaust Memorial and
Museum. Included are original photographs, a his-
tory of the ghetto, interviews with survivors, and
other material.

Web Address: http://tinyurl.com/cr9zu


cocktails set the tanks ablaze. The soldiers retreat-
ed. The ZOB fighters had held off the first wave.
Nevertheless, they knew they couldn't last. Every
day the Germans came back with more artillery,
more men, and more tanks. They held off the Nazis
for nearly a month, but on May 8 Mordecai
Anielewicz died in a poison gas attack. Eight days
later, it was over. The Germans sent 56,000 Jews to
concentration
camps. The rest I
were dead. The
Warsaw Ghetto

However, the resi-
dents' bravery and
determination lit
a candle of hope
that soon burnt
brightly all across
Europe. Find out
more about the
uprising. Take the
Web Journey.

NEXTWEEK:
"Armenian -
.Tears"

The ghetto burning. Through the
National Archives and 'Records
Administration.


Yad Vashem


This resource offers a collect
by ghetto residents Emanu
Berlinski, and the final lette
of the uprising Anielewicz o

Web Address: http://tinyu


IT HAPPENED

THIS WEEK!

He was seventy-
four years old
when he died on
April 21,1910.
Born in 1835 in
the town of
Florida Missouri,
he grew up in
SHannibal. As a
young man, he
edited a newspa-
per in Virginia
City, worked as a
reporter in San
Francisco, and
wrote books. He
became '
America's most
famous humorist,
writing Tom
The author. Through Columbia University News. Sawyer,
Huckleberry Finn,
and others. Who is he? Do you need to find the answer, or
want to find out more about him?

Go to http://tinyurl.com/7kslk



FLORIDA

FAST FACT


., written by the l r For twelve seasons
S "he served as coach
.. of the University of
w Ghetto, 19459 Florida football
team, helping them
win their first ever
'i44national title in
S1996. Born on April
20,1945 in Miami
Beach, Steve
Archives Spurrier won the
Heisman Trophy as
action of diary entries the nation's top col-
el Ringelblum, Hirsh lege player in 1966,
r written by the leader then spent ten sea-
on April 23,,1943. Steve Spurrier. Through the University of Florida. sons as an NFL
quarterback for the
url.com/7ohxg San Francisco Forty Niners and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
F. ind out more about the man and his cLreerat ..
http://tinyurl.com/8tqq7


THE WEB JOURNEY


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New


R.E Munroe taps new Beta members for induction
The National Beta Club at Robert F. Munroe Day School inducted new members on Wednesday of last week. Members
requires honor roll for two consecutive grading periods. There after, a member must maintain a B average each grading period
There was a reception for the new members and their parents in the student center following the candle ceremony.
SAbove, new Senior Beta inductees on the left are Cliff McPhaul, John Hilton Revell, Morgan Rowan, Erin Sampson, Kaitl
Rentz, and Abby Lewis. Those on tle right of the banner are J.C. Wilkerson, Amy Alien, Harry Claiborne, Lynn Padgett, al
Colby Jessup.
Below, hewly tapped Junior Beta members on the left of the Beta banner are Gabe Jackson, Della Rose Campbell, Bryce Clai
Callie Malone, and Matthew Carter. To the right of the banner are McLane Edwards, Kaitlyn Sirmons, Dustin Watson, Justi
Ray, Matt Sampson, and Laura Mock.


Honor


CROSSROAD ACADEMY CHARTER
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll
*Denotes All A's

Kindergarten
Mischeanna Anthony, Adam Burch, Jireh Figgers, Sharlis Green,
TiQuan Hitchman, Jahmony Jones, Demari Lee, Eric McGriff,
Kymecia Smith, Neil Thibodeauz, Neterrica Thomas, Jada Williams
First Grade
*Hennekual Gunn, Brianna Chaires, Jalen Freeman, Faronte
L Peterson, Justice Stanley
ip Second Grade
d. Alejandra Aviles, Terrell Cowart, Rebekah Davis, Misty Frison,
Brooke Gordon, Brandon Berry, Mareese Huggins, Jaquan
yn Jackson, Devante Roberts, Keilyn Robinson
nd
Third Grade
k', Michelin Anthony, Yamari DeRouen, Malik Faulk, Akievia
ne Hickman, Eriverto Roman

Fourth Grade
*Krystal Fennicks, Ashley Aviles, Fredericka Chaires, Nasyriah
,Francis, Trayshia Kenon, Marco Navarro, James Robinson, Stevie
Roman, KaMilah Wiggins

Fifth Grade
Alantra Austin (3.43), Henryatta Gunn (3.43), Charmasia Oliver
(3.57)

Sixth Grade
Kary Butler (3.89), SheKinah Davis (3.42), Shannon Fennicks
(3.71), Darius Gonzalez (3.29), Winston McGriff (3.0), Kyani
Southward (3.71)
0P. Seventh Grade
S Adriana Aviles (3.4), Claudia Aviles (3.0), Magdalena Aviles
S(3.0), Torronica Bell (3.0), Jaquay Miller (3.0), Bianca Nealy (3.1),
'4 Brandi Pringley (3.4), Kadeisha Thomas (3.9) Janise White (3.0)


Mix and mingle



held at CPA

Carter-Parramore Academy's 21st Century GREAT Center's
Program hosted the last PTSA meeting of the school term on
Tuesday, April 3, 2007. Report cards were distributed and parents
weie elated by the academic gains that their child has shown since
the program began in October. Parents and students were reminded
that students at CPA are required to receive tutoring outside of the
regular school day and that the 21st Century Program offers such
tutoring. Parents and students were also given information on 'the
summer school program that will be held from June 4-29. 21st
Century student, Tiericka Moultry, says, "The program has helped
me a lot with math and reading but I really like the abstinence class-
es."
On April 21, 2007, students and parents are invited to attend the
.'Fun in the Sun" day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information,
contact Ms. Erica Farmer at 627-6030 extension 268.

GWM Science Fair judges


Shanks parent report card pick-up day

James A. Shanks Middle School held Parent Report Card Pick-
up Day for the 3rd nine weeks on March 29. It was a great success
with over 100 parents coming out to get their child's report card.
This event gave the parents the opportunity to see their child's report
card and schedule teacher conferences if needed. In an effort to keep
the parents informed of their child's progress in school, a follow up
meeting for parents was held at the "Parent Expo" on April 4 at 6:00
p.m. During this meeting parents had an opportunity to talk with
teachers as well as pick up their child's report card, if they hadn't
done so already.


HES student


shadows attorneys


Pictured above are the judges for George W. Munroe's annu-
al Science Fair that was held on Monday, April 9th in the school
Media Center. L to R: Eric Hinson, School Board Member;
Brenda Helms, retired Gadsden County educator; Judge Helms,
School Board Member; Jackie Brown, Gadsden County
District Math Resource Specialist; Kelli Oder, Exceptional
Student Educator from West Gadsden High School. We want to
thank these judges for giving of their time to judge our projects.



TCC note

Attention engineers and rented professionals

If you interested in updating your knowledge with the latest technol-
ogy or renewing your license, TCC offers evening courses once per
week in the following subjects: AutoCAD 2007, Autodesk VIZ 2007
(3D Studio), Arcview GIS, Spatial Analyst, GPS, Surveying and
Construction. For more information, contact Dr. Zoreh Moshir, Chair of
the Engineering and Technology Program at 850-201-8334 or e-mail her
at moshirz@tcc.fl.edu.


Dallas Lovett has a dream
that one day he will be a lawyer..
When he was 8 years old he
watched a special t.v. program
about personal injury law which
stirred his interest. Dallas came
to Havana Elementary January
9, 2007 from Tallavana
Christian School. January 16th
Havana Elementary hosted their
2nd quarter Parent Expo. It was
there that Dallas and his mother
Mrs. Bridgett Chandler heard
Dr. Nash, Character Education
Director, give a very motiva-
tional speech encouraging stu-
dents to continue their education
and accomplish their goal. Mrs.
Chandler approached Dr. Nash
about Dallas' desire. Dr. Nash
contacted Ms. Dawn Collins,
also in the Character Education


Office of the school board, to
make arrangements with the
attorneys. February 21st Dallas
shadowed three attorneys Ms.
Dawn Whitehurst who took
Dallas on a tour of the Florida
Supreme Court, Mr. Roosevelt
Randolph explained' to Dallas
what is involved in personal
injury by showing him pictures
of spinal injuries and accidents,
and Mr. Harold Knowles, who
spoke with him about having
good. grades, excellent writing
skills, and to never give up on
his aspirations to become a
lawyer. February 21st will for a
long time stand out in Dallas'
mind as one of the best school
days he has experienced. His
desire has only increased, moti-
vating him to fulfill his dream.


Eighth Grade
Genessis Diaz (3.0), LaBrittany McDonald (3.0), Candice
Howard (3.3), Miracle Gunn, (3.6)

TCS HONOR ROLL.

3rd Quarter
(5K-12th grade)
5K
A: Kevin Boissonneau, JaNautica Farmer, Briana Davis,
Joshua Glynn, Tyler Jones, Grace Machado, Bobby Molter,
Zimife Nwokeji, Gina Vasile
A/B: Ben Api, Josiah Campbell, Justin Cox, Cody Hargus,
Hunter Maxwell, Malik Murray *

1st
A: Aaron Beavers, Brianna Carter, Waylon Coggins, Shaun
Frison, Jr. Jaylin Godwin, Hannah Jernigan, Anna Machado,
Isaac McIntyre, Kayla Montgomery
A/B: Zach Home, Kayla March, Nicholas Miller, Kyle Vasile,
Mikaila White

2nd
A: Daniel Api, McKayla McAlpin,
A/B: Emoni Bittle, Isaiah Glynn, Preston McKnight,
Chrystian Jackson, Novis Parker, Matthew Salters, Ethan Tramel

3rd
A: Nija Tennell
A/B: Zachary Carter, Simone Cummings, Jeremy Williams,
Zada Washington, Joshua Smith

4th
A: Matthew Alday, Trey Ellis, Riley Sandilands, Caroline Pass,
Carllee Godwin
A/B: Kenya Akins, Yazmin Bums, Brittany Fite, Kadejah Glynn,
Casey Mathers, Jeremy McGriff, Tierra Powell, Caleb Ray,
Nicholas Harris

5th:
A/B: Jacob Williams, Jay Vickers, Keiondre Holmes;
Damon Herring,

6th:
A: Lonnie McMillon, Carlei Atkinson
A/B: Emily Oakley, Haley Smith

8th
A: Nandi Brown
A/B: Celszie McGriff, Jasmine Salter

9th
A/B: Samantha Beard

10th
A/B: Mallory Alday, Candace Allen, Robert Oakley,
Mustafaa Rahman

11th
A/B: Kimberly Allen, Pauline Damme, Trish Garner

12th
A: Jessica Alday


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