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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 2007
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By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor
The flare of fireworks may still be on your
mind, but the first day of school is,just a little
more than a month away.
Here's a reminder that the time to start
getting doctor's appointments, immunization
records and other school entry requirements
out of the way.
-Gadsden County School District parent
coordinator Audre)-Lewis Potter said first on
any parent's list should be the provision of a
correct address and phone number to school
officials in case of emergency.
"Parents need to give their contact
See SHOTS on Page 3


Times staffer
wins FPA award

From staff reports
Gadsden County Times News Editor
Leslie Roberts recently earned second place
in the community service category of the
Florida Press Association's Better Weekly
Newspaper Contest.
Contest judges sorted through 1,800
entries in 38 categories to choose winners.
The winners were announced at the 2007
Florida Press Association/Florida Society of
Newspapers Convention at Sawgrass
Marriott Resort and Spa in Ponte Vedra.


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Gadsden County has four 'F' schools


Marks reflect statewide trend of more failing schools


By BRIAN DEKLE
Times staff writer
The Gadsden County School
District's efforts to make big academic
gains hit a snag when statewide school
test scores, released this week,
revealed four failing Gadsden schools
for the 2006-2007 school term.
George W. Munroe Elementary,
West Gadsden High School, East
Gadsden High School and
Chattahoochee Elementary all
received "F"s on the annual Florida
Department of Education school report


card.
The "F"s mark a slip from last year,
when no Gadsden County School
received a failing grade for the first
time since the school grade system's
inception.
The failing grades also reflect a
statewide trend, as schools across
Florida struggled to make high marks
this year. The number of failing
schools in Florida increased by 200
percent this year.
School officials attribute the
phenomenon to higher stakes on
statewide standardized testing.


"The fact that we, like many other
districts across the state, have this
increase in failing schools is due to the
fact that the scoring process has
changed dramatically. The state has
raised the bar requiring a school to
earn an additional 115 points to just
maintain the same letter grade
received in 05-06," Ida Walker,
Gadsden County coordinator of
student assessment, said.
Walker explained that new
requirements included one half of the
lowest performing students showing at
least one year of growth and the


addition of science as a factor in the
school grades for the first.time since
the inception of FCAT.
"Had the bar not been raised, Florida
would have seen only 18 'F' schools
instead of 88," Shaia Beckwith-James,
Gadsden County Schools public
information officer, said. She added
only Chattahoochee Elementary would
have failed in Gadsden County had the
testing stakes not been raised.
Beckwith-James hesitated to
comment on the fairness of the bar-
See GRADES on Page 3


A very special day


sweep


Hattie Turner turned 102 on the Fourth of July. (Photo by Leslie Roberts),


Fourth doubles as birthday for 102-year-old


Hattie Alridge Turner's father was born into slavery


By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor
The fact that Hattie Alridge Turner

was born on July 4th had special
significance for her father.
William Alridge was born a slave.
After settling in Quincy with his new
wife, Julia Whitfield Alridge, the
couple alternated working in tobacco
fields with caring for their nine
children, of whom Hattie was one.
When Turner celebrated her 102nd
birthday, there were plenty of family
and friends around to help her.
Although her actual birthday was on
July 4, her family has planned a


"Treat people like you
want to be treated. Help
other people who are less
fortunate that you are. Tend
to your own business and let
other people alone."
Hattie Turner Alridge, who
turned 102 Wednesday

cookout for her at noon, July 7, at her
home in the Robertsville community.
"When I was young, I remember


streets were dirt, then stepping stones,
then bricks, then cement," Turner said.
"I went to Dunbar High later named
Steven High daddy had to buy the
seat and the books. And he paid for a
tutor."
-Alridge, who was a slave in Virginia,
was dedicated to making a good future
for his nine children, said Eula Walker,
one of Turner's surviving nine
children.
"He worked in the house. He was
sold three times, the last time to the
Alridge family," Turner said.
Turner was born at home in the
See BIRTHDAY on Page 3


in 36

Narcotics,

cash seized

in operation

b. ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
Over the past three weeks, the
Gadsden County Sheriffs Office,
along with other municipal police
departments, made 36 arrests
during what was dubbed
"Operation Drug Net." The sting
operation was aimed at getting
street level drug dealers off the
street with an ultimate goal of
identifying and arresting
suppliers.
"We had gotten numerous
complaints from citizens all over
the county. The arrests were
made at ..playgrounds; street
corners, parking lots and at
convenience stores," said Lt. Jim
Corder of.the GCSO Vice and
Narcotics Unit.
In addition to the 36 arrests,
authorities seized $2,500 worth
of crack cocaine, $1,000 worth of
marijuana. $ 21.001 in cash, seven
vehicles, one rolling
:methamphetamine lab and drug
paraphernalia from two local
convenience stores. Search
warrants to served at Kelly Jr.
store #9 at 1985 W. Jefferson
Street and Kelly Jr. #6 at the
comer of W. Jefferson and
Atlanta Streets.
"In and of itself, these items are
not considered paraphernalia, but
put together they are considered
drug paraphernalia," explained
Corder. The items seized
included t-shirts with the word
"Cannabis" across the front just
below a replica of'a marijuana
plant, charms in the shape of
plants as well as hats and
bandannas in the marijuana
motif. But, Corder said, other

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Cyclists crusading for affordable housing stop in Gadsden


Journey began in
Jacksonville; ends.
in San Francisco
By BRIAN DEKLE
Times staff writer
On their way through the sultry
sun and soggy bottoms of New
Orleans, the amber waves of
grain in north Texas prairies, the
deserts of the southwest, the
glistening waters of the Pacific
and the towering redwood forests
near San Francisco, 28 bicyclists
made a stop in Gadsden County
last week.
Averaging 70 miles a day, the
riders are San Francisco-bound in
a trek blazoned by support of
affordable housing and raising
awareness of housing crises in
America.
Aside from causal devotion,
many of the riders say they just
wanted to embark on an
adventure. Only two of the riders
on the I trip have cycled
completely across America
before, and no one in the diverse
group knew each other before the
ride began.
Gadsden County is just one of
many rest stops along the way,
where the committed bikers can
rest, refuel and sleep before the
next day's jaunt.
Some stops are longer, however,
such as several in Biloxi, Miss.,
New Orleans and other locations
in the Hurricane Katrina-ravaged
gulf coast.
There, the biking crusaders will
spend time rebuilding damaged or
destroyed homes and generally
planting seeds for quality,
affordable housing in the area.
During stops in other
communities, the bikers will give


able to give somebody the chance
to have the opportunities that we
had is awesome just having that
environment to set up. A strong
background and home base is
essential."
Before the first wheels turned
on Bike & Build's summer 2007
trek, each southern route rider
raised $4,000 to help fund
housing projects. Much of the
trip's proceeds will go to the
Slidell Habitat for Humanity. "We
are pleased to be helping a region
in such need. Though now,


These cyclists recently made a stop in Gadsden County on their
way to San Francisco. They began the cross-county bicycle trek
several days ago in Jacksonville and will travel through the
Hurricane Katrina-ravaged gulf coast, northern Texas, the
southwest and California. These cyclists, as well as others
participating in six other cross-country trips in other locations,
hope .to raise funds and awareness of affordable housing crises in
America through the organization they belong to, Bike & Build.


presentations about the
importance of affordable housing
and America's current "affordable
housing crisis."
"We call it a crisis, because the
Federal government says only 30
percent of your income should go
toward your housing, but the
majority of the nation spends 50,
60, 70 percent of their income on
housing, and that's unaffordable.
That's why it's a crisis," biker
Caitlin Graboski, 22, of San
Francisco, said.
The 28, as well as scores of
others pedaling six other routes
across America, are part of Bike
& Build, an organization of bike
enthusiasts committed to raising
funds for affordable housing.
"It's really hard to succeed in
anything if you don't have an


affordable house," Molly Street,
23, of California, said. "It's been
said that 'if you have a
substandard house, it rains
outside, it rains inside.' It's so
much more challenging to grow
up, to live in a substandard house.
It's harder to get an education,
there's a lot more crime, a lot
more problems. Getting someone
a house that covers their head is
huge. They can work and get a
job from there. They can start
getting on their own feet. It's
such a huge step in someone's
life."
Another biker, Andrea Kelchin,
21, from Boston, added,
"Personally,. I've. never
experienced it (living in
substandard housing), and none
of us really have. But just to be


largely out of the national press
spotlight, this area is in dire need
of both volunteers and support
and we are all very satisfied to
know that our efforts are
contributing to a need so great,"
the group's Web site said.
As a whole, Bike & Build in
four seasons has raised $752,804
to .fund projects planned and
executed by young adults. The
organization hopes to donate an
additional $360,000 or more in
the summer of 2007, the group's
Web site said. Through pre-


arranged gifts, Bike & Build
.funds affordable housing projects
executed by our participants in
communities where its events
begin, the Web site said.
Through its grant program, Bike
& Build identifies and supports
exciting projects involving young
people throughout the nation and
also supports local affordable
housing organizations along each
route through on-the-road
donations, the Web site added.
For more information, visit
www.bikeandbuild.org.


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GRADES from Page 1


raising but said, "We've been
here before and we can
improve."
Gadsden County School
Superintendent Reginald James
said the district would make "no
excuses" for failing schools. "We
anticipated having some failing
schools after we reviewed the
test results. However, we are not
going to make any excuses. We
have already made the changes


necessary to get the job done."
James fired and/or moved
several school administrators this
year based on Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test
scores at individual schools. He
has also implemented several
programs to offer help to
students struggling to perform
well on standardized tests.
James has asserted before that
he refuses to be idle concerning


schools' academic improvement,
and, despite failing schools,
Gadsden FCAT scores have
steadily increased overall since
he began his tenure as
superintendent two years ago.
Beckwith-James said the
Florida DOE "raises the bar" on
statewide standardized testing
"every three or four years."
The 2006-07 test scores also
brought good news for nearly


half of district schools. In 2005-
06 Gadsden County schools had
two schools with an "A" and no
schools with a "B". In 2007, the
number of schools with an "A"
or "B" doubled.
Gadsden Elementary Magnet
School sustained an "A," while
St. John Elementary and Stewart
Street Elementary improved by a
letter grade to a "B". Crossroads
received a "B," as well.


James said, "I am proud of the
schools that have improved, but
we've got to make sure that all
of our schools see similar
success."
School grades this year are as
follows:

> Gadsden Elementary
Magnet School, A
> Crossroad Academy, B
> St. Johns Elementary, B


) Stewart Street Elementary, B
) Greensboro Elementary, C
> Gretna Elementary, C
> Havana Elementary, D
) Havana Middle, D
) James A. Shanks, D
) Chattahoochee Elementary F
> East Gadsden High, F
) G.W. Munroe Elementary, F
> West Gadsden High, F
For more information, visit
www.fldoe.org.


SHOTS from Page 1


information to the child's
school," she said.
Parents can also get a list of the
supplies students are required to
have from the office of their
child's school, as that list varies
from school to school and grade
to grade.
The Florida Department of
Health provides requirements for
school entry examinations,
immunizations and school health
programs.


Students in grades kindergarten
through 12th grade who are
entering a Florida school for the
first time must present a record
of a physical examination
completed within the past' 12
months.
The exam record should be
taken to the child's school upon
enrollment. Many schools ask for
the state's standardized School
Entry Exam form to document
completion of a physical exam.


Immunizations required for
preschool entry include a
diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis
series; a haemophilus influenza
type b (Hib) vaccination;
measles-mumps-rubella (MMR);
and a polio series and varicella.
For entrance into kindergarten,
children are required to have the
diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis
series; a hepatitis B series;
measles-mumps-rubella with two
doses of measles vaccine,


preferably as MMR, and the
polio series and varicella.
Immunizations required for
seventh-grade entry include the
hepatitis B series; a second dose
of measles vaccine, preferably in
an MMR vaccine, and a tetanus-
diphtheria booster.
Private schools are also
required to adhere to Florida'
statutes regarding student
immunizations and health
records.


BIRTHDAY from Page 1


Germantown community near the
current hospital.
As a child, she made dolls out of
grass and played hopscotch with
siblings and friends.
She dropped out of school in the
seventh grade and helped her


mother around the house before
following her parents into the
tobacco fields to work. She married
and divorced a former childhood
playmate and later married John'
Turner, who died in 1985..
She has outlived all her siblings


and credits her faith to her
longevity.
'Trust in God," she said.
These days, she likes to watch TV
- "the news, game shows and she
likes shoot 'em ups," Walker said.
She's learned a lot in 102 years,


and what.she considers to be most
important follows:
'Treat people like you want to be
treated. Help other people who are
less fortunate that you are. Tend to
your own business, and let other
people alone."


Corrections


In the story "Staff changes
reflect administrators abilities to'
implement Continuous
Improvement Model," which
appeared in the June 7, 2007
edition of the Gadsden County
Times, Ida Walker, Gadsden
County School coordinator of
assessment and student-related
services, was assigned to the
incorrect school at which she
served as principal. '
Walker was not and never has
been principal of Gadsden
Elementary Magnet School. She
was principal of St., John
Elementary School before being
promoted to her current job at the
district central office.
Tammy McGriff-Farlin was
actually principal of GEMS
during the 2006-2007 school
term. GEMS under her leadership
saw Florida Comprehensive
Assessment test scores at or
above state average across the
board and big academic gains, as
well as other big achievements,
as noted in the June 7 article.
The article was factually
accurate, save the incorrect name
and school assignments,
regarding Walker's ability to
implement the Continuous
Improvement Model, an ability
that led to her lotion.
St. John Elementary, under
Walker's leadership, saw
substantial gains, with 73 percent
of their fifth graders reading at or
above grade level and 74 percent
of their third graders scoring at or
above grade level in math (also
tying with the state average in
third grade math).
St. John increased the number
of children proficient in reading
by 32 percent and the number of
students proficient in math by 34
percent.

TAPP campaign comes
to MaclayGardens
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's Alfred
B. Maclay Gardens State Park
invites the public to come out for a
TAPP (Think About Personal
Pollution) presentation on how to
build a beautiful garden while
improving water quality.
The City of Tallahassee is
offering grants to city .residents of
up to $175 as reimbursement for
the purchase of plants, compost and
mulch for installing a rain garden.
Participants are encouraged to bring
photos and measurements of low or
sloped areas in their home garden
that might be a possible location for
a rain garden. TAPP representatives
will be available to assist in filling
out the grant applications and to
help with planting ideas. The
program is free with paid park
admission.
For more information about
Florida's award-winning state
parks, visit
www.floridastateparks.org.
The program will take place:
10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 7, 2007
Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State
Park
Gardener's Cottage
3540 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee, Florida


St. John third grade students math this year, an increase of 22
also had the highest percent percent.
proficiency level in the history of Third grade: achieved the
the school and administration of highest percent of proficiency
the FCAT (1999). since 2003 in reading this year,
The average St. John student and fifth grade had the highest
score for math this year is the percent proficiency in the history
highest percent in the history of of the administration of the
the school and administration of FCAT.
the FCAT. Walker credits these
Seventy-five percent of all achievements solely to the
students at St. John Elementary Continuous Improvement Model,
had learning gains in math this which is more fully explained in
year, an increase of 21 percent ., the June 7 article.
Als,' F 76-: pe[ceni ..,'f' -low -_ he 'Fimes lApologizesf4r the
achievers (Level., and, 2 or blunder...and we-did not wish to
lowest 25 percent) deinonsI'ued '"ilittld the impriss'ie academic
more than one year's growth in achievements at GEMS this year


Notice of City of Midway
Planning and Zoning Board
Workshop

Notice is hereby given to all concerned that on'July 11, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Midway City Hall, Midway Florida 32343. The Planning and
,Zoning board members will meet and hear the following application:

1. Midway Properties, LLC Mirror Lake
Subdivision (Preliminary Conceptual
Review Application).
2. Land Development Regulations Article III

Interested parties may inspect the applications at the Midway City Hall
or appear at the meeting to become informed or to be heard with the
respect to the proposed developments. Contact Deanna Green for more
information 574-2355.
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under McGriff-Farlin's
leadership.
McGriff-Farlin is now Gadsden
County Schools Title I and grants
coordinator.
Also, in a outline and story in
last week's Times, the name of a
CH2MHILL OMI project
manager working with the Town
of Havana was misspelled. His
name is correctly spelled Terry
Presnal.


PUBLIC NOTICE


The Board of County Commissioners will
hold a Special Meeting/Workshop on July 10,
2007, starting at 6:00 p.m. Agendaed items
are as follows: FY 2008 Budget Workshop.
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Notice of City of Midway

City Council Meeting

Notice is hereby given to all concerned that on July 12,
2007 at 6:00 p.m. at the Midway City Hall, Midway,
Florida 32343. The Planning and Zoning board mem-
bers will meet and hear the following applications:

1. Renew & Co. Replat of Monroe Creek Unit II
(25 acres).
2. Trace Landing, Inc. Residential to Interchange
Commercial (5.7 acres).
3. Trace Landing, Inc. Residential to Interchange
Commercial (5.7 acres).
4. Waldorf Enterprises Annexation (6.25 acres).

Interested parties may inspect the applications at the
Midway City Hall or appear at the meeting to become
informed or to be heard with the respect. to the pro-
posed developments. For more information please call
Deanna Green at 574-2355.
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You just never know what will spark
something in people. This, I find, is
especially true of children. I received a
press release a few weeks ago from the
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch about a
weeklong camp they had planned to hold
here. Gadsden County was just one of
many stops they were making in counties
throughout the state.
I've never known too much about the
Youth Ranches that were once known as
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranches. These
ranches were known for taking bad boys
and setting them back on the straight and
narrow.
To be sent to the Boys Ranch was not a
good thing years ago. Most kids viewed it
as one step away from reform school. All
that seems to have changed. But then so
have a lot of things since people have
learned that a lot of troubled children just
need a little kindness in their lives. That
seems to be the approach of the modern-
day Youth Ranches.
I will write what I call kid articles, but
they are definitely not my favorites. Too
often, I have to talk with 10 to 15 children
just to get more than monosyllabic answers
out of them. It's just too much work for so
little information, but sometimes I am
pleasantly surprised. That was the case last
Friday when I took my time getting out to
James A. Shanks Middle School for the
"graduation" of the latest class from
"Harmony In The Streets."
When I arrived, I started looking through
the crowd trying to find one or two who
looked like they might want to talk. I hit
the jackpot when I asked two little girls,
Kayla and Anephia, to join me on the side
and talk about their experiences last week.


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We got to talking yesterday about
memorable 4th of Julys. The summer of
1969 immediately popped into my head. I
had just graduated from college. There is
quite a feeling of independence that comes
with that diploma. I had my life in front of
me. I was ready to make my own decisions,
be my own man, show some of that
autonomous spirit that nMade this nation
great'--
"Son, wake up, we've got to cut a couple
of trees down and clear the yard before the
parade this afternoon." Apparently my
Father hadn't gotten the memo about my
new found liberties.
"Dad," I rolled over on my side and
opened one eye. It wasn't even daylight
yet! "I can't help you today. I've got a date
with Debbie Dillard."
"Son, we've got to get those trees down.
Mother has breakfast ready. We're going to
let you put that college education to work
on the business end of a McCulloch 142.
I'm sure your girl friend will understand."
I was pulling on my jeans and thinking
this is nuts! First of all, Debbie wasn't my
girl friend. Not yet anyway. But she was
awful nice. And very pretty! And I'm
almost positive she had money. They lived
in a two story house over in a neighboring
town. I had run into her at a ballgame. We
had been to the A&W Root Beer place a
couple of times. Nothing very formal, mind
you, but I had laid the ground work for us
to go to Paris Landing for a picnic and a
swim on the 4th.
I was looking at a "sunny side up" egg
that was staring back at me and wondering
if college had made any difference in my
life. I was twenty-two years old for
goodness sakes! I had more formal
education than anybody in my family! Just
a month and a half ago I was taking
Comprehensive Tests required for
graduation from a major University. I
turned in fifteen bluebooks on survey
questions that covered everything from the
Peloponnesian Wars to the Tet offensive in
Viet Nam. I had written a thesis on
Frederick Jackson Turner's frontier theory.
I was a member of the Blue Key and the
Green Ribbon.....
Daddy, I'm almost sure, was proud of


Whew, were they little talkers! Before the
conversation was over, which I ended, I
felt like I had spent a week at camp too. I
knew just about everything that they'd
done.
But what struck me most was not the
"fun, fun, fun" they had last week, but what
they remembered most.
What they both totk away was the fact
that life is unfair. They said they learned
that no matter what you do or how well you
behave, life isn't always fair. They didn't
seem to be upset; the pre-teen girls seemed
to have gone through the unusual card
game and learned from it. They were by no
means saying that they would give up and
not strive for the top, they simply seemed
to accept the fact that there will be
challenges that they must overcome.
As the two little girls talked, sometimes
animated with their little hands flying in the
air, I was taken aback with the maturity
which seemed to go beyond their years. I
guess children are thrown into the adult
world so much younger these days with
television, videos and other things to which
they are exposed,
As a 12-year-old I had no idea whether
life was fair or not. My main concerns at
that age mostly included getting something
new to wear and going to visit relatives
who lived away from Quincy. I was pretty
well along in age before it occurred to me
that life was not fair. There were no games
that taught me THAT lesson.
I don't know if it is good or bad that
children don't get to be children a little
longer. To me, they shouldn't have to think
about unpleasantness so early. Goodness
knows they will have long enough to find
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me. But the immediate need in his life was
to get those trees out of the back yard.
Leon was married and gone. David Mark
was in the army, awaiting his orders to the
aforementioned Viet Nam. Life was a lot
simpler for Dad than Frederick Jackson
Turner made it out to be. I was the son at
home!
He didn't need a college education to
figure this one out. I was just starting the
back cut on the second tree when it dawned
on me that Debbie would be getting ready
for the lake. We had been attacking those
trees since daylight and we had limbs cut
up and spread all over the yard. "Dad, I've
got to tell Debbie something."
"Son, I'm ready for a break. Why don't
you drive over and get her. She could help
us pick up some of this stuff."
I jumped in the car and lit a shuck to
Paris. Get her to help? God, he is nuts! I,
was hoping for a kiss on this 4th of July.
She was a lot better looking than I was
handsome. I needed to put my best foot
forward here. Really impress her with my
style and aplomb! Putting her to work
didn't seem the way to go about it!
Her mother eyed me up and down about
twice before inviting me in. The sweat was
still lingering on my shirt and I had little
sawed chips caught in the rolled up legs of
my jeans. And I forgot to wipe the blood
off my arm. I never cut anything that at
least one limb didn't whip back on me.
This was turning into a night mare!
I was picking up some chips off their
parlor rug when Deb appeared at the top of
the steps in her yellow bathing suit with the
matching top.
"I....uh....Deb....uh....I....uh...." Now,
there was some intelligent college graduate
talk for you!
SIt took a few minutes, and she had to
help, to get the whole story out. "Wait a
minute, I'll change." She adapted quickly
to the new plan. And she even stopped by
the kitchen and picked up our picnic basket
on the'way to the car.
I continued to use the chain saw. Debbie
and Daddy hauled limbs out to the road.
While I was cutting some logs up into

See HUNKERIN' on Page 13


ThIis ust In



by Leslie Roberts,
News Editor


So Sunday marked one year at the
Gadsden County Times for me, and I
knew you'd want to know.
Cards and cash gifts can be sent to the
office; if you must send flowers, might
I suggest something creative, like a
series of "Benjamins" folded into
flower and leaf shapes.
A year. What a lot I've learned. Chief
among the things I've learned, the more
things change, the more they stay the
same.
Owner/publisher Ron Isbell hired me;
I started July 1, after a stint as a
freelance writer and stay-at-home
mom. Ron sold the paper to Landmark
Community Newspapers in the spring
and now works for Landmark as
publisher of the Wakulla News and
regional manager for Landmark's north
Florida papers.
I've met a lot of nice hometown folks,
ready with the charm and the cheerful
companionship. Still, small towns are
small towns are small towns. You're
nobody 'til somebody attaches your
name to the scuttlebutt express.
I made some new friends, lost some
old ones. Was vindicated by
confirmation that black bears do, in
fact, roam these woods; baffled by the
behavior of some of the folks Fve
talked to during the past year.
The manager at Winn Dixie, when
quizzed about a spinach recall, made
grandiose statements about the


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importance of the story before giving
me his name an incorrect name, I
might add. What pleasure he derived
from that, I suppose, he deserved.
I've come to expect that the Midway
City Council will deliver at least one
bizarre statement per meeting. I live for
that, more often there are five or six
odd inferences no matter what's on the
agenda Christmas gifts for kids,
proclaiming the fourth Friday of the
month as Be Nice to your Neighbor
Day no, wait, that'd be out of
character voting to accept a $75
million gift from a philanthropist -
there will be discussion, it will be lively
and frequently, odd, by my standards.
Then again, you have to be really odd
to be odd by my standards.
Also, I learned that Alice DuPont
snores. Loudly.
My distaste for mob mentality and
cruelty for cruelty's sake has grown;
my appreciation of the self-sacrifice
and hard work local folks put forth
daily has deepened.
I rediscovered the classic movie as a
way to wind down at the end of the day
- one I highly recommend, especially
for my pals Lloyd and Kathy, is the
1961 version of "The Children's Hour."
It stars a young, young James Garner
with equally youthful co-stars, Audrey
Hepburn and Shirley McLaine.
All in all, it's been a great year.
Thanks for listening.


Letters

to the' r

j_.ditor


Editor;

Recently I have been circulating a letter regarding the
changing of zoning, the Comprehensive Plan and the
Sand Pits in Gadsden County.
I talked to one of the Gadsden County commissioners
last week, and he said some of the facts weren't exacdy
right. I explained to him that some facts may have been
wrong since I had requested public records on June 14,
to no avail and relied on what people in the area were
saying.
Lets look at the facts according to the county
commissioner.
1. The Comprehensive Plan was changed to rural
residential and not residential as stated in my letter.
Okay, but the fact remains that over 2,000 permits have
been issued in the Lake Talquin area. That's 2,000 more
septic tanks draining into Lake Talquin. Why have a
Comprehensive Plan at all if you are going to change it
to suit developers, commercial business, etc., at every
turn?
2. According to the commissioner, only 19-and-a-half
acres have been approved for the sand pit on State Road
267. According to the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection, Division of Mining, Parcel
#4-28-IN-4W-0000-00100-0000, "This is Anderson
Columbia Company, Inc. property. They bought and
are using 324.4 acres, all of which they are permitted to
use." Plus, there is an additional four parcels totaling
over 1800 acres that the Department of Environmental
Protection states "Any work here will be permitted."
Commissioner, you have opened Pandora's box. I was
in Miami in the 1960s when 1-95 was being built. Back
then they were called borrow pits, in order to get the
sand for 1-95. Today, 40 years later, they are called
garbage dumps. They dump garbage in them until they
are full, put them back in prime condition, then sink
pipes to extract gases from the rotten garbage. Folks, the
State of Florida needs sand to build I-10, and the DEP is
willing to turn their heads in order for the state to get it.
Unless you, the citizens of Gadsden County, call your
Congressman, Senators, and Governor Crist today, Lake
Talquin will be nothing but one big polluted Sand Pit.
Ed Allen
Friends of Lake Talquin

Editor:
I have just discovered one more reason to oppose the
"Holly Branch" subdivision, or for that matter any more
new homes in the Midway area. Of the 1100 new homes
that have been built in recent history, over 800 of them
remain unsold.
This means that the housing market has reached the
saturation point an no more homes should be built, until
these unsold homes are purchased.
The Midway City council should consider this fact
when permitting any new subdivisions.
Bill Lett


Is life fair? Just ask a kid


economic and social, and fulfill
our forefathers' dreams.

Todd Stottlemyer is president
and CEO of the National
Federation of Independent
Business in Washington, D.C.


My year in review


Celebrating

the freedom

to be

entrepreneurs

By Todd Stottlemyer

When you look back on
American history, you realize that
the founders and early leaders of
our country were at heart
entrepreneurs. Risk-takers
boarded ships to make a
dangerous ocean crossing,
looking for new opportunities in a
new land. Later adventurers
loaded wagons and headed West
for the same reason.
In between, our founding fathers
fought to be free of unfair taxes,
to have the political and, perhaps
more importantly, economic
freedom to be innovative within a
marketplace that values the free
flow of ideas.
That's a truly powerful force,
one that's unique in the world.
It's given our society great
intrinsic advantages over other
countries, as we've built a culture
that's based on people believing
in taking risks and seizing
opportunities. We can do that
because we've created an
economic environment that'
contains few institutional
limitations on what we can
achieve.
Small-business owners now
account for more than half of the
nation's gross domestic product
and are generating virtually all net
new jobs. They don't take lightly
the gift of freedom so eloquently
expressed in the Declaration of
Independence and enshrined.in
our Constitution. Without their
vigilance and without their efforts
to remind legislators and
policymakers of the importance
of free enterprise, the laws of the
land wouldn't be favorable to
those who start and grow
businessmenn the country. and the
opportunities their efforts provide
for future generations. .
Like their revolutionary
forebears, small-business owners
continue to make their voices
heard, demonstrating their-
passion to ensure their many
freedoms, including those of
speech, assembly, petition and-he
pursuit of their economic dreams.
As a result, small business has
become one of the most trusted
institutions in the country.
According to a June Gallup poll,
59 percent of Americans say that
they have "a great deal" or "quite
a lot" of confidence in small
businesses, exceeding law
enforcement, organized religion,
banks, the media, big business or
any branch of government. The
military, at 69 percent, is the only
institution in which Americans
say they have more confidence.
There's a good reason for that.
In addition to creating jobs,
small-business owners are the
lifeblood of their communities.
They support your local civic and
charitable organizations,
volunteer to serve as everything
from firefighters to festival
organizers, and sponsor the local
youth sports teams. They're
taking care of their communities,
their families and their
employees.
But, as they say about the stock
market, "past performance is not
an indicator of future results." We
must continue to nurture and
build those aspects of our society
that have contributed to our
success. That is especially
important when we look for the
next generation of entrepreneurs.
We must recognize that we live
in an ever-changing world, that
we now compete on a global
basis, and that complacency in the
face of this new reality is our
biggest enemy. This is a
challenge that faces our next
generation.
Tomorrow's innovators are
everywhere, and not just in
classes devoted to business.
Entrepreneurs are artists,
musicians, scientists, doctors and
writers, among others. It's
important to find them and to
teach them about the roots of our
great country to ensure that we
continue to celebrate and exercise
all of our freedoms, both


When we hunker down to talk, were all on the same level. by Kesley
Colbert, just a good ole boy that likes to write.


Fourth of July chain


saw massacre







The Gadsden County Times July 5, 2007 5


SWEEP from Page 1


The Gadsden County Sheriffs Office and law enforcement from other agencies throughout the
county announced the completion of "Operation Drug Net" last week during a joint press conference.


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at the convenience stores
disturbed officers.
"Some of the items were clearly
associated with the use of
marijuana use and crack cocaine
use," he said. Those items include
marijuana pipes, pill grinders
used to break up crack cocaine,
hand scales, glass hollow with
paper rose, jeweler bags used to
package drugs for re-sale, (one
store had over 5,000 bags the day
they were confiscated), and
copies of "High Times"


magazine.
"The sole purpose of the
magazine is to instruct
individuals on how to grow and
cultivate marijuana. You can see
what we're up against when our
convenience stores are selling
drug paraphernalia," Corder said.
Corder said the task force plans
to visit every convenience store in
the county, approximately 15,
within the next few weeks to ask
them to voluntarily stop selling
these items.


Corder praised fellow officers'
and department for the role they
played in making "Operation
Drug Net" a success. Those
departments included the Quincy.
Police Department,
Chattahoochee Police
Department, Gretna Police
Department, Havana Police
Department and the Greensboro
Police Department.
"They provided donated
manpower and equipment to aid
in this operation," Corder said.







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he was sentenced to life in
prison last week.


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Because of information provided,
it was incorrectly reported that
Clinton J. Jordan was sentenced
to 30 years in the Florida
.Department of Corrections on
June 26. The correct article fol-
lows.

Circuit Judge P. Kevin Davey
sentenced Clinton J. Jordan to the
"rest of his natural life" in the
Florida Department of
Corrections last Thursday after-
noon. There were no emotional
outbursts, either from the con-
victed man's family or the family
of Antonio Ross, the murder vic-
tim.
But Jordan had plenty to say
when Judge Davey asked'him if
he would like to address the
court.
"I can't apologize for what
happened. I didn't do anything. I


kiow that one day the truth will
come out. Justice was not served.
What was said in the courtroom
was used in the wrong way,"
Jordan said.
Assistant State Attorney Mark
Johnson presented letters from
the victim's family to the judge
before reacting to Jordan's state-
ment.
"I find it striking, Mr. Jordan's
inability to take responsibility for
his crime. His inability to see the
significance of what he has
done," Johnson said.
In addition to the life jail sen-
tence, Jordan was also ordered to
pay restitution to Rdss' mother for
her son's funeral expenses, court
costs and other fines. Jordan's
attorney, Barbara Sanders, made
a motion for a new trial, which
Judge Davey promptly denied.
However, she said she planned to
file an appeal after the judge


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Youngster off to exciting start in world of music


10-year-old

Jaylin

Stripling

excelling at

the keyboard


By BRIAN DEKLE
Times staff writer

Before his short, chubby tod-
dler fingers touched the keys of
an old upright piano, young
Jaylin Stripling seemed to be
just another Gadsden County
young 'un.
But when he was barely old
enough to scoot around, much
less walk, Jaylin's granddaddy,
the Rev. Pendleton, set him
down in front of the family
piano, and Jaylin began tickling
the old ivories.
He just pressed random keys
then, hitting some hard and
making them ring out loud, and
gently touching some, so they
whispered soft.
,After a while, though, young
Jaylin's playing started to sound
less like note chaos and more
like music.
Barely two, the boy, began
churning out rhythm and
melody like he had discovered
something magic, or maybe
spiritual in those keys. He found
his gift of music.
'if tanuly, gathered' arouiind
as'uqual'wheh Ja3 lin'itas plunk-'
ing the keys, heard it too. "One
day we were back there listen-.
ing, and he actually played a
tune. He was about 2 years old,
and that's when I really tried to
find someone to teach him
piano," Brenda Pendleton,
Jaylin's grandmother, said.
Pendleton called local pianist
Louisa Brown to see if she could
give her grandson some formal
piano training. At first Brown
said 2 was too young for a boy
to learn piano, but Grandma
knew best and insisted Brown
consider making an exception
for Jaylin.
"I wouldn't give up. I told
her, 'just listen to him, and if
you don't think he can do it,
then I won't bother you again.'
She was surprised herself (when
she heard Jaylin play),"
Pendleton said.
Jaylin began taking lessons-
right away and after two months
of study with Miss Brown, the
young prodigy played his first


Jaylin Stripling, 10, plays keyboard for a local choir at a TCC scholarship reception recently.
The young musician offered to accompany the choir at the last minute, with no rehearsal or sheet
music to guide him.


recital at St. Matthews Church.
Jaylin vaguely remembers
that first public performance,
but he recalls being more nerv-
ous when he was introduced
before the audience and walking
down the aisle to the piano than
actually performing his pieces.
Jaylin played "Thank you
Lord" and other selections at
that first recital.

Greater responsibilities
Jaylin coniiiiied to take les-
sons, which he said he "loved"
from the start, and performed in
other recitals, sometimes along-
side adults. But now Jaylin has
taken on greater musical respon-
sibilities.
He plays piano at several
local churches and sometimes
plays at the churches his family
attends out-df-town. Although
he is accompanied by guitar and
drums at Shiloh Outreach
Center M.B. Church, where his
grandfather is pastor, Jaylin is
the sole instrumental music
leader at Union. Chapel A.M.E.,
St. John A.M.E., and other
churches.
At just 10 years old, Jaylin
has quickly advanced from play-
ing recitals to leading instru-
mental worship. Such a role may
seem daunting or intimidating
for a young man of 10, but
Jaylin said he feels right at
home.
"I just feel what to play,
because when I'm at home I just


L t new notes and learn new
tunes," he said. Jaylin added he
has always "played by ear," or
translated the music in his head
to' instrumentation, without
sheet music as a guide.
His grandmother added if the
church choir performs a song
Jaylin hasn't heard, choir mem-
bers can begin singing and
Jaylin rapidly picks up the unfa-
miliar tune and joins in.
Before services begin arnd
other times at church, Jaylin also
"flows" spontaneously playing
whatever he feels in his mind or
spirit. His impromptu musical
works often invoke enthusiastic
reactions from those who listen
and showers of compliments.
"They clap their hands and
shout 'halleluiah!'" Jaylin said
of congregation reactions.
"After church people will ask,
'is that your baby? Because he
knows how to play real good.'"

Influencing others
People who know Jaylin out-
side of church speak highly of
the young musician, as well.
"Jaylin is a talented, ener-
getic youth director, and the
children just love him," Utha
Dawkins one of Jaylin's church
leaders, said. "He's a skillful
young fellow with a lot of talent,
and I think he's just very pleas-
ing."


Roger Milton
Tallahassee Commnui
Quincy House said,


of the
College
'I have


heard Jaylin play; in fact we cre-
ated a choir together. He was
coming in (to the Quincy
House) for academics, but to
increase enrichment they added
a choir. They practiced every
Wednesday, and initially we had
musicians who came in and vol-
unteered to help us get started.
But one day Mr. Jaylin said,
'Mr. Milton, I can play that song
on the keyboard."'
Since then, Jaylin has played
keyboard for choirs at TCC
Quincy House and has even
inspired other youngsters to step
out and play drums or other
instruments in the choirs.
The Stewart Street
Elementary fifth grader contin-
ues to grow as a musician. He
now takes classical piano les-
sons from Gwethlyn Jones of
Tallahassee, in addition to his
lessons from Miss Brown.
Jones teaches Jaylin how to
play using already-composed
sheet music, which the young-
ster said he finds equally as
intriguing as playing by ear.
However, Jaylin said he still
strays from the notes and staff at
times when reading from sheet
music. "I like the way I'll be
jazzing it (sheet music) up
sometimes," he said, laughing.
Jaylin said he wants to pur-
sue music in college and would
like to be a "music producer and
a football player." He added
he'd also like to take up playing
the trumpet and guitar.


CPHS Class of 1967: Celebrating 40 years


Carter- Parramore High
School Class of 1967 40th
Class Reunion will be held on
July 5th-8th. The schedule of
activities are:
Classmates reuniting will
take place on Thursday, July
5th at 8 p.m. in the Cater-
Parramore Academy Cafeteria.
Dinner Cruise (business casual)


July 6th at 7 p.m. (cst) on the
Capt. Anderson's Marina/
Dinner Cruise in Panama City,
the meeting place will be at
Super Wal-Mart on Pat Thomas
Parkway at 5 p.m. (est.).
Memorial Service will be held
on Saturday, July 7th at 11 a.m.
at Antioch M.B. Church. A
semi-formal banquet will be


held Saturday,. July 7th at 8
p.m. at the Silver Slipper in
Tallahassee.
Worship service will take
place on Sunday, July 8th at 11
a.m. at the Antioch M.B.
Church, followed by a farewell
cookout at 3 p.m. at the home
of Willie Earl and Sandra
Banks.


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Jaylin's family has always
inspired his work, and he names
dozens of family members who
have supported him along the
way. .
"We're a close-knit family.
All the family encourages our
kids to do their best," his grand-
mother said. "I can take him to
his lessons in Tallahassee on
Saturday with my mother. She
goes with me. There's always
someone there motivating him
to keep on growing. We want
him to be successful; maybe not
make all the money there is in
the world, but learn how to do
something on his own and to
know there is something other
than gangs and drugs. There's
something else besides just sit-
ting around."
Jaylin's mother, Karen
Campbell, brought her son to
live with grandmother
Pendleton when he was six
months old. All of Pendleton's
children were alre ady grown,
and she said at first she didn't
think she could raise another.
"But, you know, he was ajoy
to have around. I didn't have a
boy; I had three girls. He's a joy,
he keeps me busy, always,"
Pendleton said, laughing.
Jerrika Pendleton, Jaylin's
aunt, said, "I'm very proud ofk
Jaylin. I just want him to know
the sky's the limit for him.
Hopefully one day he's playing
for different churches and he
could play for orchestras if he
wants to."
Milton said Jaylin's family is
not only supportive of Jaylin,
but other children at TCC
Quincy House.
"Jaylin has a very supportive
family. They're at all the activi-
ties. They're always there. And
they're supportive of .not only
Jaylin, but other kids in the pro-
gram as well. If we ask any-
thing, they're always there to
assist. That alone with the sup-
port he's received from commu-
nities and schools, is the kind of
thing students need," Milton
said.


Knight Graduates


On Friday, the 27th of April
at 6:00 p.m., Shala Renae
Knight participated in the 2007
Pharmacy Oath Hooding for
Doctor of Pharmacy candidates
at Lee Hall Auditorium. Dr.
Knight is a 2001 graduate of
James A. Shanks High School.
She graduated Magna Cum
Laude from the College of
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Sciences, Florida A & M
University with a Doctorate of
Pharmacy Degree on Sunday,
29th of April, at the Leon
County Civic Center. Dr. Shala
Knight is the daughter of Willie
and Sarah Knight and the sister
of Travis. Shala was honored
with a graduation luncheon at
her spiritual nest, Greater
Tanner Chapel AME Church,
immediately following the grad-
uation. The affair was well
attended and an awesome cele-
bration!


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The Gadsden County Times July 5,2007 7


Students participate in 'Harmony in the Streets' program


Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch


camp comes to

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

They were so excited they
could hardly contain them-
selves.
It was graduation day Friday
morning for a group of 35 mid-
dle school students, mostly
sixth graders, who were just
about to complete the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranch
"Harmony In The Streets" pro-
gram.
The free weeklong day
camp, which was held at James
A. Shanks Middle School,
allowed the students,' who were
selected from the Children Are
Our Future Summer Program,
to participate in various activi-
ties to develop self-esteem. The
program is designed for boys
and girls and emphasizes


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respect for others and promotes
healthy relationships with local
law enforcement officers.
Friday morning, the children
waited for Sheriff Morris
Young, but were told that a
matter had come up that
demanded his immediate atten-
tion. "Hey you guys, that just
goes to show you that Sheriff
Young is a busy and important
man in the community. Let's
give him a round of applause
anyway," said Elizabeth Dovi,
site director.
Minutes later in walked
Major David Gainous, Major
Shawn Wood and Major James
Morgan. "I know him, I know
him," shouted several of the
children. They listened as the,
officers introduced themselves
and described their jobs at the
Gadsden County Sheriff's


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It was graduation day for students in the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch "Harmony In The
Streets" camp last week. Back row: Major David Ganious, Major James Morgan, and Major
Shawn Wood. Front row: Camp graduate Kaliyah Martin, Camp Counselor Elizabeth Dovi, and
School Resource Officer Deputy Janice McPhaul.


Office. Some had a few ques-
tions but most just seemed
impressed by the tall men in the
green uniforms.
Funding for last week's
camp was provided through a
grant from the Attorney
General's wellness and nutri-
tion program, community-
based groups, and a strong
commitment from Sheriff
Young.
"We're teaching them tools
for getting along as well as the
importance of learning about
eating properly," Dovi said.
The students got an unusual
treat of their own making at the
end of one of the healthy-eating


Devonta Ellis is congratulated by Major David Ganious at
Friday's "Harmony In The Streets" graduation.


workshops. "We got to make
our own smoothies and we
learned how to make ice
cream," said 11-year-old Kayla
Wilson.
Although the smoothies and
ice cream were memorable,
Wilson said she will always
remember one lesson she and
her friend Anephia Bullard, 12
learned.
"It's a card game called the
'Unfair Game.' It's a card game
but even though you do every-
thing right it doesn't mean you
will be treated fairly," she said
of the life lesson she learned.
School Resource Officer
Janice McPhaul said the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranch sends
counselors around the state dur-
ing summer months to hold the
camps.
"I think it's a great idea
because it gives them a chance
to interact with law enforce-
ment and in a fun way, too.
They have gone to the pool and
they've done some other fun
things," she said.
At the end of the program
each student is presented a cer-
tificate of completion, a bright
yellow t-shirt and a bag of toi-
letries.
The mission of the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Rranch is to pre-
vent juvenile delinquency and
develop lawful, productive citi-
zens through a broad range of
family-oriented services.
This year, the Youth Ranch
will celebrate its 50 year
anniversary.
This is the third year the
camp has made a stop in
Gadsden County.


FEM, FSBDC partner to provide drought relief


The drought has affected
many Florida businesses and
their revenue stream. To assist
with the problem the Florida
Division of Emergency
Management is currently work-
ing toward obtaining a SBA
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sustained economic loss in the
following counties: Alachua,
Baker, Bay, Bradford, Brevard,
Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte,
Clay, Collier, Columbia,
Desoto, Dixie, Duval, Flagler,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Glades, Gulf, Hamilton,
Hardee, Hendry, Highlands,
Indian River, Jackson,
Jefferson, Lafayette, Lee, Leon,
Levy, Liberty, Madison,
Marion, Martin, Nassau,
Okeechobee, Osceola, Palm
Beach, Polk, Putnam, St. Lucie,
St. Johns, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union, Volusia, Wakulla.
The Florida Small Business
Development Center Network
(FSBDCN) and its Business
Continuity and Risk
Management Program (BCRM)


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are supporting this effort. Once
impact of the drought is demon-
strated and SBA makes a
Declaration, those businesses
and othrs:will be eligible to
apply for low interest SBA
loans. The period of significant
economic loss is January 1
through June 30 and the amount
of loss must be 40% or greater.
The information, along with
completed worksheets, should
be submitted to the local county
emergency management office
in the impacted counties no
later than July 13. SBDC per-
sonnel will assist businesses in
completing the forms and for-
warding to the emergency man-
agement office as needed.
The Florida SBDCs and the
BCRM are supporting this
effort through alerting business
to the opportunity; assisting
with revenue loss projections;
and helping to complete the
needed worksheets at no charge.
SBDCs are conveniently locat-
ed across Florida at seven
Florida universities and seven
community colleges, economic
development offices, chamber
offices and other appropriate
sites. In total, there are 35
SBDC locations. Their exact


locations can be gained by
going to
www.FloridaSBDC.com and.
calling for an appointment.
Click,,on .the Dare ..tq, Prepare
button on the FSBDCN home-
page for forms and instructions
for preparing the Estimated
Disaster Economic Injury
Worksheet. To contact county
emergency management offices
go to http://www.floridadisas-
ter.org/fl_county_em. asp.
BCRM program headquarters
are in Pensacola, but SBDC
employees across Florida can
assist the business. The BCRM
may be reached at
850.473.7800 and the SBDC
website.
The Florida Small Business
Development Center Network
is a statewide partnership
between higher education and
economic development organi-
zations dedicated to providing
emerging and established busi-
ness owners with assistance
enabling overall growth and
increased profitability that con-
tributes to the economic pros-
perity of the state. For more
information about the FSBD-
CN, visit our website at
www.FloridaSBDC.com.


Gadsden NAACP to meet

The Gadsden County Branch of the NAACP is having its regular
meeting on Thursday July 12th at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be
held next door to Hardees on West Jefferson St. in Quincy. If you
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8 The Gadsden County Times July 5, 2007


GCSO seeking accreditation


Workforce Kids


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The Gadsden County
Sheriffs Office has taken the
first steps towards becoming an
accredited department. Recently
members of he GCSO met with
Lt. Steven Harrelson, accredita-
tion manager of the Leon
County Sheriffs Office of
Professional Standards, to begin
the process.
"It's a very long process that
we will be going through for the
next 12 to 24 months. We have
to make sure we keep up the
policies and procedures. It's like
we are policing ourselves," said
Major David Ganious.
Accreditation has long been
recognized as a means of main-
taining the highest standards of
professionalism. Accreditation
is the certification by an inde-
pendent reviewing authority that
an entity has met requirements
and prescribed standards,
according to information from
the GCSO.
Over 10 years ago, the State
of Florida directed the Florida
Sheriffs Association to and the
Florida Police Chiefs
Association to create a volun-
tary law enforcement accredita-
tion program. Representatives
from these associations devel-
oped a process for accreditation
which required compliance with
more than 250 professional stan-
dards designed specifically for
Florida Law Enforcement
Agencies.
"This is something that the
Sheriff really wants for our
department. It sets the standard
of your department. It brings
prestige and credibility to the
department," said Major Shawn
Wood.
Accreditation comes with
several benefits to the communi-
ty, the Sheriff and his deputies.
It increases the law enforcement
agency's ability to prevent-andd
control crime through, more
effective and efficient delivery
of law enforcement services to
the community. Also, accredita-
tion enhances community
understanding of the law


enforcement agency and its role
in the community as well as its
goals and objectives. Citizen
confidence in the policies and
practices of the agency is
increased too.
Wood said that accreditation
creates a forum for deputies and
citizens to work together to con-
trol and prevent crime. "This
process is to help citizens under-
stand the challenges faced by
the GCSO. Law enforcement
will receive clear direction from
the community and what they
expect of us," he said, adding
".that makes foro a common goal
and objectives that are shared."
The benefits for the Sheriff
and his command staff are
gained in cooperation and coor-
dination with other law enforce-
ment agencies and other branch-
es of the criminal justice system.
The accreditation process
requires an in-depth review of
every aspect of the agency's
organization, management,
operation, and administration.
This includes the following:
*establishment of agency
goals and objectives with provi-
sions for periodic updating.
*re-evaluation of whether
agency resources are being used
'in accord with agency goals,
objectives, and mission.
*re-evaluation of agency
policies and procedures, espe-
cially as documented in the
agency's written directive sys-
tem.
*correction of internal defi-
ciencies and inefficiencies
before they become public prob-
lems.
*the opportunity to re-organ-
ize without the appearance of
personal attacks.
The accreditation standards
provide norms against which
agency's performance can be
measured and monitored over
times and provides the agency
with a continuous flows of com-
mission. distributed jnffpnation
about exemplary policies, -pro-
cedures, and projeqs. It also
provides objective measures to
justify decisions related to budg-
et requests and personnel poli-
cies and serves as a yardstick to


measure the effectiveness of the
agency's programs and services.
For deputies, accreditation
requires that agency policies and
procedures are in written form
and area available to all agency
personnel at all times. It assures
employees that every aspect of
the agency personnel system is
in accord with professional stan-
dards, and hat the system is fair
and equitable. The agency is
compelled to operate within spe-
cific guidelines and is account-
able to the commission.
The GCSO must stay in com-
pliance with the standards set
forth by the commission in order
to maintain its accreditation.
The morale of the agency is
enhanced by increasing the
employees' confidence in the
effectiveness and efficiency of
their own agency. Operations
become more streamlined and
consistent.
Accreditation policies
address officer safety issues and
provide for adequate training
and equipment of the officers,
Accreditation is a coveted award
that symbolizes professional-
ism, excellence, ad competence.
Employees will take pride in
their agency, knowing that it
represents the best in law
enforcement.
.Lt. Harrelson gave the GCSO
accreditation team vital infor-
mation and insight on the
accreditation process and sup-
port mechanisms that are in
place to insure a successful
process.
He said Sheriff Young should
appoint a full-time accreditation
manager. That person would
outline areas in compliance with
at least 80 percent of the
Commission on Law
Enforcement Accreditation's
required standards.
"I want my deputies to know
that this is a commitment to
them to do the best I can for
them. The standards that the the
commission require us to com-
ply with provides assurailces in
services and expectations that
my employees and the commu-
nity can depend on us to abide
by," Young said.


The Quincy City Commission honored G*STARS during Tuesday night's meeting. The stu-
dents are part of a Workforce Plus Partnership with the county that pairs students with govern-
mental agencies and businesses during the summer months. The program provides valuable expe-
rience for the students and helps the businesses and governmental agencies as well. Kim Moore,
Workforce Plus CEO said countywide almost 70 students participated in the program this year.
Moore, center, is surrounded by some of the 17 students who worked for in various City of Quincy
departments this summer.



Masonic Lodge reorganized


District #6 re-organized the
Council of the Order of Knight
of Pythagoras on June 27, 2007
at 6:30 p.m. The Supreme
Council Order of the Knights of
Pythagoras is a youth organiza-
tion dedicated to The
Fatherhood of God, and the
Universal brotherhood of Man.
Our organization takes young
boys ages 9-20 years old and


helps to develop them into
young men. We promote family
values,' provide educational
scholarships, and play a signifi-
cant role in uplifting humanity.
The Board of Regents will be
accepting and receiving appli-
cations on July 9, 2007 at 7:30
p.m. in the green building on
the Corner of Duval across
from Arnette Chapel Church.


This is silver star #61 Masonic
Lodge Building. If you have
any questions, feel free to con-
tact Charlie Shaw 627-8730 or
50.8-4591; Nicholas Goldwine
459-8614; Jimmy Jones 539-
8518 or 545-1365: Freddie
Douglas 539-6746; James
Payne 856-81.53 or 508-8692.
All numbers are within the
(850) area code.


State park passports available Big Bend Gardening Club to meet


The Department of
Environmental Protection's
(DEP) Florida Park Service has
released its State Park Passport
allowing visitors to document
their state park visits by collect-
ing stamps in the full color
booklet. Each of Florida's 160
award-winning state parks is
represented on a page of the'
passport along with other impor-
tant information about the state
park system.
"Once visitors acquire the
first stamp, filling the passport
often becomes a life goal for
individuals and their families,"
said Florida State Parks Director
Mike Bullock. "Whether it's a
day trip, side trip, weekend get-
away or long vacation, visiting a
Florida state park creates memo-
ries to last a lifetime and this
passport helps visitors remem-
ber those visits."
The Florida State Park pass-
ports are on sale for $7.95 each.
Visitors can buy a passport at


the ranger station of a Florida
state park or on the web at
www.FloridaStateParks.org or
by calling (352)628-5343.
The release of the passport is
in conjunction with the national
and statewide celebration of
July as Recreation and Parks
Month. The theme for this
year's celebration is Let's Go
Outside, encouraging young and
old alike to go outdoors and
recreate, exercise, learn about
the environment and spend time
with family.
The first two-time Gold
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nation's best state park service,
Florida's state park system is
one of the largest in the country
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than 700,000 acres and 100
miles of sandy white beach.
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all ages. Battle reenactments
and Native American festivals
celebrate Florida's unique histo-
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and lighthouses offer a window
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For more information, visit
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Tessie Ceola Brigham

Tessie Ceola Brigham, 90 of
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27th at Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital in Blountstown. She
was born December 12, 1916 in
Liberty County, daughter of the
late Eliza Hardy Cooper and
Robert Cooper. She attended the
public schools of Liberty
County, was a presser in the dry
cleaning industry, employed by
the Liberty County Green
Thumb Program, a former
member of Rockyville
Missionary Baptist Church in
Bristol; later, joined Greater
Faith Temple Holiness Church
of Blountstown, where she was
a mother of the church. Funeral
Services will be Saturday, July
7th, 1:00 PM at Rockyville
Missionary Baptist Church with
burial in the Church Cemetery,
the Rev. Raymond Dudley offi-
ciating. Visitation will be
Friday, July 6th 5 to 7 at Madry
Chapel.
Madry Memorial Funeral
Chapel in charge of arrange-
ments.
She is survived by a daughter,
Patricia A. Rives (Craig),
Bristol; a son, John Brigham
(Josephine), Blountstown;
devoted granddaughter & care-
giver: Shevonica Daughtery,
Bristol; a sister, Inez Smith,
Columbia, SC; and'a host of
grandchildren, great grandchil-
dren, host of nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends.


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Funeral
Home


Moore, Burl C.

Burl C. Moore, 55, of
Greensboro, Fl. died June 29,
2007 in Greensboro. Mr.
Moore was employed as a
Central Office Technician with
TDS in Quincy, Fla.
The services were held on July
2, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at
Thomas Memorial Baptist
Church in Quincy with burial at
Evergreen Cemetery in
Gainesville, Florida. The fami-
ly received visitors from 2:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday,
July 1, 2007 at Charles
McClellan Funeral Home in
Quincy.
He was survived by his wife
Linda McLendon Moore; sons
John C. Moore of Tallahassee
and Clayton E. Moore of Fort
Stewart, Ga.; mother Rose
Walsh Strickland of Havana,
Fl.; brother Don P. Moore of
Atlanta, Ga.; sisters Ann M.
Spears of Crawfordville, Fl.
and Sharon M. Brewer of
Cairo, Ga. He was a member
and Deacon at Thomas
Memorial Baptist Church and
served in the United States
Marine Corp in Vietnam.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Thomas Memorial
Baptist Church, 1001 W.
Washington Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351 or Big Bend
Hospice 1723 Mahan Center
Blvd, Tallahassee, Fla. 32308..


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New Eccelsiastes Gospel
Singers anniversary

The New Eccelsiastes Gospel
Singers are getting ready to start
our 2nd Anniversary on July
20th- 21st @ 7 p.m. and July
22nd @ 4 p.m. We are request-
ing groups, choirs, and soloist so
come out and help lift up the
name of Jesus. If you or your
groups could not attend for any
reason please give a donation, it
will be greatly appreciated., 704
West 4th Avenue Trinity M.B.,
for more information please
contact Tanya @ (850) 322-
0371 and Pamela @ 868-0346.

Greater Harvest
Christian Fellowship
Church news

Greater Harvest Christian
Fellowship, Dr, Gerald Thomas,
Sr., Senior Pastor 14602 West
Main Street, Gretna, Florida
32332, email: www.greaterhar-
vestchurch @hotmail.com,
church agenda:
Sunday: 10: 45 a.m. Church in
Training, 12 noon: Noon Day
Service.
Tuesday: 12 noon: Noon Day
teachings, 6 p.m.: Intercessory
prayer, 7 p.m. Tuesday Nights
Together Worship Service.
Monday-Saturday: Radio
Ministry (WWSD 1230 am)
Upcoming events in July:
Thursday, July 5th at 7 p.m.,
Women Ministers & Missionary
Meeting
Saturday, July 7th at 10 a.m.,
Harvest Institute
Saturday, July 7th at 12:30
a.m., Men of Harvest Male
Chorus Rehearsal


Wednesday thru Friday, July
llth-13th, Light of Life
Fellowship of Pastors
International Conference
(Jackson, TN)
Monday, July 16th at 7 p.m.,
Greater Harvest Family Night
Monday & Tuesday, July 23rd
& 24th at 7 p.m., Harvest Time
Deliverance & Restoration
Service
Wednesday- Friday, July 25th-
27th at 7:15 a.m., Harvest Time
Revival, Speaker will be Pastor
Delwynn Williams (Panama
City, Fla.),


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July 5th- 6th will be Apostle
Copeland in Leadership Revival
at New Revelation/ Pastor
Duval 7:30 nightly.'
July 7th H.E.P.M. youth spon-
sor a car wash at Auto Zone 9
a.m.- until.
July 8th God Is Program at
H.E.P.M. at 6 p.m.
July 10th-13th Unity Revival at
H.E.P.M. Speaker will be
Apostle Jacquelyn Porter 7:30
p.m. nightly.
July 14th H.E.P.M. youth spon-
sor a car wash at Advance Auto
9 a.m.- until.
For more information visit .our
website at iicorministries.com
(all lower case letters) or contact
Patsy Henry at 875-4497 Mon.-
Fri. at 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Mt. Pilgrim Church
news

Mt. Pilgrim PB. Church, 4730
Highbridge Road, welcome each
of you to our church services. Our
church services are as follows:
1st, 2nd, 4th Sundays at 11 a.m.
3rd Sundays 8:00 a.m.
Church School 9:45 a.m.
Prayer meeting and Bible class,
Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Elder Aaron Bush and Mt.
Pilgrim ushers will render service
at Old Bethel A.M.E. Church, on
Friday, July 6th at 7:30 p.m.
Elder Aaron Bush & Mt. Pilgrim
church members will render serv-
ice at Peace M.B. Church in
Gretna on Wednesday, July 11th at
7 p.m.
VBS will begin Monday, July
23rd- Friday, July 27th at 7 p.m.
Elder Aaron Bush, Pastor.

Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist Church news

Wednesday. Bible Study and
youth teachings at 7 p.m.
Mass Choir rehearsal Thursday
at 7 p.m.
At 7 p.m. Friday monthly con-
Sfereiice all 'members are asked to '
attend. n .-) ` I f
Youth -fanning meeting
Saturday.
Church School Sunday morn-
ing at 9:30 a.m.
Morning worship service 11
a.m.
Matrons meeting Sunday morn-
ing following morning service,
all matrons are asked to come
prepared to stay for a planning
session.
Intercessory prayer service
each Monday and Tuesday at 12
noon. The cloths closet and food
pantry is available, for those
needing this service please call
627-8442 for assistance.
Rejoice in the Lord, O ye right-
eous: for praise is comely for the
upright.

.Veronica Thomas at
Mt. Olive

On behalf of Pastor William B.
Wiggins, II, the Executive
Board and the entire congrega-
tion of Mt. Olive Freewill
Baptist Church (703 Fourth
Street, Quincy, Florida) we
would like to extend a special
invitation for you to attend the
initial sermon of Sister Veronica
Thomas on July 8, 2007 at 4:00
p.m.
We live in a nation of great
abundance and "comforts", and
it is always such an encourage-
ment to see someone like Sister
Thomas who is answering the
call of God, while putting those
things behind, much like we
read in Isaiah 6:8 Then I heard
the voice of the Lord saying,
"Whom shall I send? And who
will go for us?" And I said,
"Here am I. Send me!"
Please join with us as we
invoke the presence of the Lord
and allow his spirit to minister


to your soul those necessities
you so desire.

New Bethel A.M.E.
Family and Friends Day

New Bethel A.M.E. will be hav-
ing their annual Family and
Friends Day Program on Sunday,
July 8th at 3 p.m. The Rev. Leroy
Colston will be the speaker along
with New St. John A.M.E. Church
of Tallahassee, Fl. Please join us
and help us celebrate our family
and friends program.

Vacation Bible School
Enrichment Program

NewHope Life Center, Inc. will
have Vacation Bible School &
Enrichment Program July 16-20
from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at New
Hope M.B. Church in Mt.
Pleasant, Florida. Theme: 'Three
G's for Success: Glorify God with
Good Works.
Featured activities will include
daily bible lessons, FCAT study
skills, computer training, and tech-
niques in music, arts, and crafts.
Refreshments will be served daily
and local communities' youths and
adults are welcomed.
For more information, contact
Brenda Bethea 1-229-246-0448,
or Terry Charleston 850-539-
9655. Rev. Rudolph Neely is the
pastor.

New Jerusalem MBC
to host revival

The New Jerusalem Missionary
Baptist Church at 311 S.E. First
Street in Havana, Florida cor-
dially invites you to come out
and be revived. The services
will be at 7 p.m. nightly starting
on Wednesday, July llth
through Friday July-13th. The
,guest preacher will be 'Pastor
Arthur Jackson III of Miami,
Florida. Come and experience a
mighty.move of God,-Julius .R..
Harris isethechd t Paston lo- -no;

Old Bethel to celebrate
anniversary

Old Bethel A.M.E. Church
located on Highbridge Road in
Quincy, Florida will be celebrat-
ing their Church Anniversary
this week beginning July 5th -
July 8th. Reverend Nathaniel
Brown is the Pastor of Old
Bethel A.M.E. The events for
the anniversary are as follows:
Thursday July 5th St. Mary
M.B. Church and Pastor Julius
Robinson (7PM); Friday July
6th -Mt Pilgram P.B. Church
and Reverend Bush; also music
provided by The Walker
Brothers (7PM); Saturday July
7th Musical Program (7 PM);
and Sunday July 8th- 11:00 AM
Morning Worship Service with
Reverend Herbert
Hollingsworth and Mt. Moriah
AME Church of Tarpon Springs,
Florida. The public is cordially
invited to attend these services.

St. Matthew P.B.
events

Event: Meet & Greet Our Pastor
Picnic
Date: Saturday, July 14, 2007
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Place: St. Matthew P. B. Church,
1455 Post Plant Road, Quincy, FL
Event: Installation Services for
Elder Gregory Houston
Date: Sunday, July 15, 2007
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Place: St. Matthew P. B. Church,
1455 Post Plant Road, Quincy, FL
Notes: Elder Jessie Hawkins arid
Mt. Horeb P B. Church in charge
of services.
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Antioch M. B. Church

Antioch M. B. Church
1003.W. Clark Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
Rev. Lloyd Graham, Sr., Pastor
Fabulous Male Chorus
Anniversary
Speaker: Rev. Harry Cloud
Sunday, June 29, 2007
3:00 P.M.

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throughout the United States and
abroad. John's anointed ministry
in music and preaching is not
only refreshing but uplifting to
the soul. Pastors Donnie and
Nancy Thomas invite the com-
munity to this concert. For more
information contact the church
at 850-997-6774 or 997-2770.
No admission charge, but a love
offering will be received.

Elizabeth COCWIH
Softball Tournament


Te~. w i ll" "' ne d :' d Elizabeth COCWIH, Inc. is
The. \vill be-la -one -day-two ...
ser ice Anointred sponsoring a softball tournament
"Perfection" Revival on on August 11, 2007. Deadline
Saturday, July 7th (777) @ 11 for registering for tournament is
a.m. and 7 p.m., at the Old July 27, 2007- If you have any
Southside School at 852 Lincoln questions please call 694-3538.
Drive, Chattahoochee, Florida.
The speaker for this blessed Faith Cornerstone
event will be Prophet Earl Church Ministries, Inc.
Robinson, of Jacksonville,
Florida. Faith Cornerstone Church
Pastor Laverne Thomas, of Ministries, Inc. in Malone, Fl.
Triumphant Church of God in where Prophetess Virginia M.
Quincy Praise Team will be in Smith is Pastor will be hosting
charge of the musical services. the following services:
the following services:
For further information, you Marriage Enhancement on
may contact Apostle Elvin July 4th- 7th @ 7p.m. nightly.
Andrews at .850-875-4754 of On July 7th at 5 p.m. (cst) all
Pastor Lerther Jones Yhap at married spouses are invited to
ECC at 663-2109. God has sum- attend a three hour dinner cruise
moned the Five-Fold Ministry to three hor diAner cruise
on the Lady Anderson" in
come and go fourth like never Panama ity, Forida.
ever before IN HISTORY, and it Mrning Glry service July 14
is guaranteed you will not leave @ 9 a.m. (cst). Revival will be
the same way you came. held on July 16th-20th at 7 p.m.
(cst) nightly. Pastor Virginia
Concert with gospel Smith will be the Speaker.
music artist John Lanier For more info please contact
Pastor Virginia Smith @ (850)
Sunday, July 29th at 11am 569-5600, 850-856-9056, Elder
Cody Pentecostal Holiness James Andrews @ (850) 482-
Church 8766, or Brother Bruce Ivey @
3812 Tram Road, Monticello, (850) 251-4676.
Florida
850-997-6774 or 997-2770 Fellowship Of Praise
No admission Charge. A love Annual Prophetic
offering will be received. o o
Convention
John .
Lanier will Fellowship of Praise will host
be in concert their 9th annual Prophetic
at the Cody it i Conference Services from June
Pentecostal 30th to July 8th. Call Pastor Jean
Hoi n e ss -, R. Alexis at 850-875-1884 for
Church on more information.
Sunday, July
29th at First Baptist Church:
11am. The church is located at Vacation Bible School
3812 Tram Road in Monticello,
Florida. He has sung with
Game Day Central: Where
groups such as the legendary Game Day Central: Where
p sc as l nd Heroes are Made, will get kids in
Naomi and the Segos as well as ee ae ad, ll et
the game and help them learn
the premie: group of Tony Gore the me a he heem le
and 'Majesty. He has appeared how to become heroes both on
on many of the Gaither and off the field by focusing on
omeomin eie ieo a Jesus and following God's plan
Homecoming Series Videos as
Homecon a Sralesideeos for their lives. During Game Day
well as traveled extensively


Central VBS, kids will have an all-
access pass for everything from
the Worship Rally Arena to the
Crafts Fan Zone. Vacation Bible
School for ages 3 thru completed
5th grade. July 8th @ 6 p.m. in the
Fellowship Hall will be the Kick
Off; on July 9th-13th @ 9 am. to
12 noon, VBS; July 13th @ 6:30
p.m. in the Fellowship Hall, Family
Night. First Baptist Church, 210
West Washington Street Quincy, Fl
32351.
Run with endurance the race
that lies before us, keeping our eyes
on Jesus, the source and perfecter
of our faith." Hebrews 12: 1-2

First Pentecostal
Church Crusade

The First Pentecostal Church
of Havana invites you to a:
Youth Crusade for ages 5-12
Friday, July 27th and Saturday,
July 28th at 7 p.m. nightly; Join
us for exciting worship, power-
ful illusion object lessons, sign-
ing session and comical music
performances by the "Value
Meals." Rev. Tracy Boggs will
be ministering to the youth
encouraging them to strengthen
and deepen their experience with
God! The weekend will con-
clude iith our church-wide:
Friend and Family Day on
Sunday, July 29th at 10 a.m.
There will be a Hawaiian Luau
immediately following the
Sunday Morning Service with
great food, a giant slide and lots
of fun and fellowship for the
whole family. Join us at, 201 S.
Main Street, Havana, Florida.

Friendship Primitive
Baptist: Morning
Manna Ministry

Calling all Christian of Gadsden
County and the Big Bend Area.
The Friendship Prirpitive Baptist
Church is in the process of
rebirthing our Morning Manna
Ministry; we would like to invite
each one of you to come out on
Saturday mornings at 8 a.m. to fel-
lowship with us. We will be on
post starting Saturday, July 7th. We
are located at 5775 Ben Bostick
Road Quincy, Fl 32351 in the
Friendship Community under the
leadership of Elder Cedric
Sprandley, Pastor. For more infor-
mation please contact: Mother
Patricia Sprandley, Founder; Sister
Lynn Bronson, Coordinator; Sister
Betty Carter, Coordinator; Sister
Betty Carter, Coordinator at 850-
875-4002.


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Americans were killed
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the position that Americans would rather die free men than live as slaves and would take up arms against
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Sometimes when I'm umpiring you how are you doing, with his gold
high school or summer league base- tooth big smile. It's his nature to
bab games I'll hear a familiar voice approach someone with a smile and a
say, "How are you doing today, young kind greeting.
fellow?" Right away I know it's Lorenzo and I go back quite a
Lorenzo Ellis Areama. Lorenzo, is of ways. He umpired softball and base-
course, kidding about the young fel- ball in both recreation leagues and
low. He's not kidding about asking high school tor over 25 years. I was


on the field many a
time w ith him.-.
Now %when he's
at a game he's 4
scouting. Three .,
years ago he got in
the business, first
with the Braves '
then with the White
Areama
Sox, and now he's
the Area Scout for Cincinnati.
Lorenzo was born in Jacksonville.
and raised in Miami where he played
a mean second base for Northwest
High School.
In 1968, his senior year he was
drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. "I'll
never forget it." Lorenzo says. "It was
in the 12th round and I was the 27th
pick."
He also had feelers from several
colleges including FSU. But the big
feeler he got was from Uncle Sam
who was drafting him. He opted for
the U.S. Marines instead and aiwa% he
went to Viet Nam. While in Nam he
got 6 combat ribbons. When his tour
of duty was up he re-joined civilian


life. and came to Tallahassee to attend
FSU.
Marriage, cut college short, and
Lorenzo \\ent to work at the State
Hospital in Chattahoochee. He
worked in forensics and lasted 33
sears before retiring in 2003.
After a couple of years of retire-
ment, a friend of Lorenzo's. Robert
Lucus suggested that he give baseball
scouting a try.
Lucus, who was with the Atlanta
chain, then helped Lorenzo get in the
business.
He's signed 3 players thus far
including TCC stand out Derrick
Conetser this year.
TCC is in part of Lorenzo's area
which includes North Florida and
South Georgia.
"I scout colleges and high schools
in the area." Lorenzo says. "I really
enjoy it, especially meeting people.
and being able to help young people."
He continued. "A lot of times I help a
kid get into college. I feel it's very
important to help them continue their
baseball careers, whether it be in pro-


fessional ball or in college."
Lorenzo and his wife, Dolicia
Rhodes live in Tallahassee as does a
son Lorenzo M. Elbs and a daughter
Terkhais Areama. Another daughter,
Shebreta Rush resides in Columbia,
South Carolina.
He also has a grandson and a
granddaughter.
Those that know Lorenzo have
probably known him as Lorenzo Ellis.
His daughter Terkhaisa. convinced
him a few years back to use the name
Areama which is his birth certificate
name.
"MN dad vas Cuban and my mom
black." Loienzo says.
"It's not like I didn't know him,
because he helped in raising me. But,
I just 'took my mom's maiden name
when the\ separated and went with it.
I'm glad my daughter talked me into
taking my name back."
And. I'm glad I've known Lorenzo
Ellis Areama. for right at 30 years. I
like seeing that smiling face and being
called 'young feller' even if I know
he's kidding.


Golfing for county bragging rights and
for godliness in our local teens, Gadsden
County won the inaugural Fellowship of
Christian Athletes competition against the
F.C.A. Sponsors from Wakulla County.
Played this year at the Golf Club of


Quincy on Friday June 22nd, the top
Gadsden teams narrowly bested. their
Wakulla counterparts in a fun-filled match
held to underwrite the year 'round ministry
of F.C.A. in our local schools.
Proceeds fund summer camp scholar-


ships, leadership training, Bibles and a vari-
ety of schools services during the year. The
winner's trophy will be displayed in the
Gadsden Golf Pro Shop for a year, and nest
years rematch will be held in June at the
Wakulla Wildwood Golf and Country Club.


Quincy Parks and Recreation Agenda:

Adult Summer League basketball begins on
Monday. July 9, 2007. First game starts at 7:30 p.m.
For more information call Quincy Parks and
Recreation Department at (850) 275-2255.

QPRD aerobics classes
Ferolito Recreation Center
Monday & Wednesdays fiom 6:45 p.m. to 7:45
p.m.. $20 per 3 months session

QPRD Yoga Classes. Campbell-Kelly Center.
Tuesday and Thursday. 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m., $20.00
per 3 month session

QPRD Taekwxondo Classes, Ferolito Recreation
Center
Monday, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.-
6:30 p.m.. $20.00 per 2 month session

QPRD Horseshoe Toss League. all interested par-
ties please contact the recreation department.

Adult COED Church League Volleyball. all inter-
ested parties please contact the recreation department.

Adult COED Softball, all interested parties please
contact the recreation department.

For more information contact Quincy Parks and Recreation
Department at (850) 875-2255.


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Quincy Parks and Recreation Host Dixie Boys District Tournament


231 years ago a group of
colonists in North America
declared themselves to be inde-
pendent of their mother country.
It was a messy situation. 1/3 of
the people were for independ-
ence, 1/3 were opposed and 1/3
didn't care one way. or the other.
In the end, after 6 years of
bloody fighting, independence
was achieved. We then prorhpt-
ly forced the 1/3 of the people
who had sided with their mother
country to leave with mostly just
the clothes on their backs. After
all these years, we are still strug-
gling with independence.
The Fishermen for the
Hungry Tournament is now his-
tory, the team of Hatton &
Hatton had the most fish with
19.08 lbs. and the team of
Merritt & Key had Big Fish with
a 7.14 lbs. Great turnout. Lots
of door prizes.
A great many Hybrids was
taken this week, some on Jiggin
Spoons but some came in on
live bait. They are deep in the
river and are plentiful.
The Bream and Shellcrackers
are on beds in most places, lots
of limits taken. One man sed he
had fished here 16 years and had
just this year learned how to
catch fish here.
About mid week the Speck
fishen took a nosedive for most


folks. Some are being taken at
daylite but any later and it's
over.
Lots of Catfish taken on
Wigglers and Pond Worms. Mr.
Carter came by with a 10.1 lb.
Bass to show. We got no pick of
him. Big Fish though.
The Hydrilla Gnats Bass
Club held a fun tournament on
early Sunday morning (3am)
with Mike Sloan and Mark Hall
winning with 16.45 lbs., Wes
Floyd and Paul Tyre took sec-
ond with 12.37 lbs. and Mike
Prindle and Robert Rabon took
third with 9.85 lbs. and had Big
Fish with a 6.94 pounder.
We have had rumors and
more rumors of the water wars
and spend a ton of hundred dol-
lar bills for Nuthin. Now, we
note with great interest that
some gov-mint officials want to
take out Lake Seminole Dam,
while others jist want to remove
the rock jetties below the dam?
Who knows what Washington
wants? It's a sick city that can't
govern itself. One such House
Bill 2650 sponsored by
Congressman Boyd and Senator
Graham of Florida. Check it
out.

Wingate's Fishing Report
July 1, 2007
Lake Surface Temp: 82


Quincy Parks and Recreation 14 and under baseball team is currently hosting the Dixie Boys District
Tournament. On Saturday, June 30 Quincy defeated West Jackson County (16 to 8). The tournament is
scheduled to end on Saturday morning, July 7th. The winner of the District will travel to Grand Ridge
to participate in the Dixie Boys Florida State Tournament. Quincy Team consists of: DeVonta Knight,
JaVarius Jones, Demarcus Wood, Christopher Daniels, Jalen Perkins, Brandon Bates, Tyler Henry, Jaron
Reynolds, Motarius Murray, Aaron Iglesis, Keldria James, Stephen Lightfoot, Ryan Wade, Manager
John "Hump" McNealy, Asst. Coach Cameron Jackson and Asst. Coach Larry Daniels.


The pictures are of Hatton Kim Brown, Richard Brown, win local fishing tournament
The pictures are of Hatton
& Hatton, winners of the
Fishermen for the Hungry The father-son team of Kim and Richard the half day 5 fish limit event.
Tournament held out of Brown won last Saturday's local Sunshine 10 boats were involved in the winner take all
Wingates on Saturday, with Bassmasters tournament held at Lake Talquin. tournament.
their winning catch. The pair had a total weight of 19.8 pounds in


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The Gadsden County Times July 5, 2007 13


People to People World
Leadership Forum
Crystal Sheffield, a student
from Quincy, has been accepted
into the People to People World
Leadership Forum.
Sheffield will join a selected
group of students in Washington,
D.C., March 24-30, 2008 to earn
high school credit while studying
Leadership and exploring some of
the United States' most prominent
monuments and institutions.
Sheffield was nominated and
accepted for the honor based on
outstanding scholastic merit, civic
involvement and leadership
potential. Carlton Jr. and Diane
Sheffield are the proud parents of
Crystal.


"You Complete Me"
Women's Conference

The Old Jerusalem
Missionary Baptist Church
Kingdom Building Women's
Ministry will be having a one
day Women's Conference on
Saturday, July 21, 2007, begin-
ning at 9 a.m.
The Guest Speakers for this
conference will be Sister
Joanne Kimble and Pastor
Rosalind Thompkins-
Whiteside and the guest lectur-
ers will be Prophet Dale and
Prophetess Stephanie Pace,
who will lecture on "Prayer,
Praise and Worship."
There is no charge for this
conference. Lunch will be pro-
vided.
For further information,
please contact Minister Janice
Wilkerson at (850) 539-1503 or
5390128.
Old Jerusalem is located in
the Hampton-Height
Community, 197 Carver
Avenue, Havana, where Elder
Mark J. Wilkerson, Sr. is the
Pastor.


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carrying size they got to dipping
into the picnic lunch. They were
laughing and carrying on like
children.
Life never ceases to amaze me.
Debbie piled right in with us as
we headed to town for the
Independence Day festivities. She
and Dad were talking up a storm.
I don't see how they ate the
barbecue and baked beans---
they'd already cleaned out a
picnic basket! She stood beside
Daddy as the parade came by. He
pointed out the old World War I
guys to her. He told her how the
cannon operated. And he
explained the different World War
II units represented by the color
of the uniform or the style of the
hat. She asked him questions
about where he served. The
condition and mind set of
American warriors. The
loneliness: of being mo far from


home..... Debbie got him to open
up more about his time fighting
the Japanese than I had ever been
able to do. And they both stood
ramrod straight with a hand laid
over a grateful heart as the high
school band struck up the best
rendition they had of The Star
Spangled Banner. She wouldn't
let me take her home until we had
picked up the last few leaves that
were left over from the trees in
the back yard.
She gave me a quick hug (not
the kiss I wanted) as we said
good night on her front porch.
"Thank you for a wonderful time.
Your Daddy made me proud to be
an American."
As I got back in the car a little
more than disappointed I said to
myself, "At least one of us got
something out of this day!"
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Kitchen, who earned an MBA from The
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2000 and over the course of two years,
developed a new class here: "Marketing
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"There are students who come into this
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"I wake up in the morning and say, 'I have
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"I really am the luckiest guy. The most
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from the grounds crew, to administration,
to faculty and staff"

Kitchen's career has taken him across the
country and abroad He is currently in
Tianjin, China teaching part of a six-week
FSU Study Abroad program. A few TCC
students and alums have joined him on
this international adventure.

to learn about TCC's study abroad
programs, go to:
www. tcc. fl. edu/study_abroad


to sit for SDMS and ARRT certification exams
Classes are offered at night and clinical are
scheduled for days, weekends and evenings

Applications are available at wwwtcc.fl.edu/
hcpandare due July 15 For more information,
call (850) 201-8441 or 201-8306.



ATTENTION STATE

EMPLOYEES
Learn more about the TCC Tuition Waiver
Program at information sessions held on July 17
& 26 at 10 a.m, noon and 5-30 p.m at the TCC
Capitol Center, located at 300 West Pensacola
Street. Topics include' an overview of the State
benefit at TCC, admissions, registration process
and eligibility.




BECOME A TEACHER
IN FLORIDA

The TCC Educator Preparation Institute
(EPI) is having an informational meeting on
July 25 at 7 p.m. in the History and Social
Science (HSS) building, room 117. The EPI
is a competency-based program for college
graduates who hold a bachelor's degree (in a
subject other than education) and want to earn
the credentials necessary to become a Florida
certified teacher.

For more information, log on to
www.tcc.fl.edu/epi, or call (850) 201-8288.


TCC's Information Technology Institute

Courses at TCC's Main Campus


Flash
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
July 9, 11 & 13
8.30 a.m.-12.30 p.m., $169

Excel Intermediate
Tuesday & Thursday
July 10-19
5:30-8:30 p.m., $169

Photoshop Web Design
Thursday
July 12
8:31 a.rn -5p.m ,$119


InDesign
Tuesday-Thursday
July 17-19
9 a.m.-4 p.m.. $169

Office 2007 Series
Monday-Thursday
,uly 23-26
9 a.m.-4 p.m., $299

Access
Tuesday & Thursday
July 24-31
5.30-8:10 p.m.. $119


Fireworks
Wednesday & Friday
July 25 & 27
9 a.m.-4 p.m., $169

Adobe Acrobat Basic
Tuesday
July 31
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., $119


TCC's Non-Profit Institute

Courses at TCC's Capitol Center


Managing the Performance of a Non-Profit
Tuesday & Thursday
July 10 & 12
830 a.m.-12 30 p.m, $99

Creating Strategic Alliances and Transitions
Tuesday & Thursday
July 17 & 19
8:30 a.m.-12-30 p.m., $99


Creating an Effective Board
Tuesday & Thursday
July 24 & 26
8:30 a m.-12:30 p.m., $99


Financial Management of a Non-Profit
Tuesday & Thursday
August 14 & 16
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., $99


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


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14 The Gadsden County Times July 5, 2007


Weeks named to SFCC HOF


TCC Quincy House takes



learning beyond classroom


By Brian Dekle

Those who say "there's no
cure for the summertime blues"
haven't stopped by a special
house-turned-service center in
Quincy, where Gadsden County
students wash away the blues
with enrichment activities rang-
ing from Spanish classes to
praise dance lessons, fun field
trips, and even academic tutor-
ing.
The Tallahassee Community
College Quincy House, 216
North Adams Street, is hosting
its first ever summer camp, a
student learning adventure filled
with field trips, enrichment
activities and classes in math
and reading.
The Quincy House has part-
nered with Communities in
Schools of Gadsden County and
other local groups to offer the
summer program, which organ-
izers say is- a big hit even in its
inaugural. season.
Roger Milton, house manag-
er, said the Quincy House
expected only 30 or 40 students
to sign up for summer camp, but
65 are currently enrolled and
more than a dozen are on a wait-
ing list.
The summer camp gives stu-
dents, who range from elemen-
tary to middle school-aged,
opportunities to learn in dynam-
ic settings that traditional class-
rooms cannot reproduce, organ-
izers say..
Though certified teachers
and volunteer tutors instruct
conventional academic subjects,
,the students' experiences are far
from conventional.
In partnership with the
Gadsden County 4-H/University
of Florida Extension Service,
:students learn to build solar
ovens and cook with the sun;
construct miniature rockets,
planes and kite's; navigate a
,scavenger hunt with Global
Positioning System technology
.and much more to build on basic
.academic skills.
SStudents also travel to excit-
ing locales, taking learning
Beyond the four walls of the
,classroom.
"Learning takes place in the
classroom, but experiences and
learning also take place outside
,of'the classroom. It's very, very
important to let students experi-
:ence some things, go some
;places and see some things dif-


ferently; you'd be amazed to see
how much they actually learn as
a result," Milton said.
Even traditional academic
classroom teaching is beefed up
at the Quincy House. Summer
students are getting a jump-start
on math and reading, learning
the subjects on the grade level to
which they are rising in the fall.
"In some areas it (curricu-
lum) may be a little strenuous,
but because we have the best of-
the best teachers, they make it
pretty plain to students," Tyrone
Smith, Quincy House program
coordinator, said.
This summer's activities
reflect the Quincy House's year-
round efforts to give Gadsden.
County students more when it
comes to learning. *
More than just a tutoring
service, the Quincy House actu-
ally gets students personally
involved in how their education
is delivered.
-.. ,Quincy House ocitcials aIsk
students where they'd like to go
on field trips and what enrich-
ment ventures they'd like to
undertake. Praise dance lessons;
computer, photography and Web
design instruction; and a youth
chorus are among the student
responses that have been real-
ized at the Quincy House.
"We actually talk to some of
the students. I feel that if we do
some of the things that students
want to do and bring their ideas
into what we do, they tend to do
well academically because
they're excited about doing
those other things they want to
do," Milton said.
Positive returns' are as
numerous as the high-octane
programs the Quincy' House
offers, officials say. Quincy
House students tend to show big
increases in standardized test
performance.
Beyond statistical gains,
numerous students and parents
have voiced their endearment
for the Quincy House's offer-
ings.
"All I can say is WOW!"
Vivian Howard, grandparent of
two Quincy House students,
said in an email to Milton. "I
just looked at the Web site, and
looking at the children and all of
the fun they are having brought
back so many childhood memo-
ries. The TCC Quincy House
Camp is the best in our area, and
I want to thank you and your


staff for doing such a wonderful
job. My grandchildren, Jailand
-Zellars and Jarod Byrd, are hav-
ing one of their best summers
ever. They come home talking
about what they have done and
how much fun they are having."
Some local churches and
other groups also recommend
the Quincy House to their young
people.
Though Gadsden County
youngsters are perhaps the most
obvious beneficiaries of the
Quincy House's offerings, the
center services all realms of the
community, from the young to
old.
Adult GED students receive
help at the Quincy House, and
community businesses and other
organizations take advantage of
meeting rooms offered at no
charge at the Quincy House.
Internet-ready computer labs are
also available to the community.
"The Quincy House is truly a
community service center. We're
here to provide a service. If
there are any needs we can meet
or services we might be able to
provide, we try to deliver. We
have space available for busi-
nesses, community groups and
individuals in need of spaces
and more," Milton said.
Established in 2004 as one of
TCC's satellite centers, the
Quincy House's mission state-
ment.is "to enable and encour-
age Gadsden County citizens of
all ages to see that lifelong edu-
cation opportunities and mean-
ingful careers can be -part of
their future."
The Quincy House's official
goals are: "to help improve stu-
dent success rates in Gadsden
County Schools, to establish
partnerships with youth support
organizations to create and grow
after school and summer support
programs, to increase TCC's
participation and contribution to
Gadsden County economic
development activity, and to
take a proactive role in assisting
other community organizations,
agencies, and groups dedicated
-to improving the lives of
Gadsden County citizens."
For more information, visit
www.jamesgraul.org or call
850-875-3462. The Quincy
House is open Monday through
Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.;
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Chb'rch news


"Jesus Family Reunion"

During the week of June
11th- 15th, St. James African
Methodist Episcopal Church
hosted their Annual Vacation
Bible School. It was well attend-
*ed with more than eighty youth
and volunteers including Pastor
Lee E. Plummer, Director of
'CEC Gwen Robinson, Mr. S.;
Love, Mrs. M. Boglin, Mrs. M.
Young, Mrs. M. Powell, Mrs. J.
Dupont, Ms. M. Brown, Rev. L.
Holloway, Ms. A. Henry and
those who came along with the
many TCC youth.


Zion New Hope News

Zion Hope Senior Choir will
celebrate their 43rd anniversary
on Saturday, July 7th and 8th.
The celebration will begin on
July 7th at 7 p.m. with a musical
program, and end on July 8th at
3 p.m. with a worship program.
The speaker for the occasion
will be Elder Tan Moss, with a
musical by United Voices.
Everyone is invited.
Zion Hope will host the
Bright Star Choir Union # 4, 3rd
Sunday in July at 2:45 p.m.


The Gospel Consolers
19th Anniversary

The Gospel Consolers 19th
Anniversary will be held July
28th-29th at Shiloh P.B. Church,
Pat Thomas Parkway. Saturday,
July 29th at 7 p.m., all choirs,
groups, and soloist are wel-
comed.
On Sunday, July 29th at 3
p.m., Ms. Vivian Howard will
be the Speaker. Come one, come
all. For further information, con-
tact Sis. Barbara Bryant at 875-
1506.


Each year, Santa Fe
Community College honors its
very top graduates by entering
them into the Santa Fe
Community College Hall of
Fame. Nominees are restricted to
the top one half of one percent of
currently enrolled students and
must demonstrate exemplary aca-
demic and leadership skills, along
with substantial community serv-
ice, both across campus and in
the wider community. Th .col-
lege asks faculty to recommend
the students who most impress
them, those who truly stand out
from the typically excellent by
being truly extraordinary.
In 2007, only 17 of Santa Fe's
graduates made the cut. One of
those students is Whitney Lee
Weeks, the daughter of Jimmy
and Lisa Weeks of Quincy, and a
graduate of Robert F. Munroe
Day School.
Weeks majored in journalism
at SFCC and graduated with a
3.76 GPA. She will start at the
University of Florida in the fall,
where she plans to earn a bache-
lor's degree in public relations
with a minor in education. Weeks
was named to "Who's Who
Among Students In American
Junior Colleges" in recognition of
her outstanding merit and accom-
plishment as a student at Santa


Weeks served in the college's
Student Ambassador program,
acting as a campus escort to VIPs,
campus tour guide, special events
staffer, and community service
volunteer. Student Ambassadors
is a highly competitive program
that only accepts the most person-
able and high performing SFCC
students. After an extensive inter-
view process, Weeks was one of
16 students selected to be a
Student Ambassador out of a
field of 3,000 qualified appli-
cants.
"I graduated from high school,
I planned on coming to Santa Fe,
but I never imagined I would get
this involved in college," said
Weeks. "Being a Student
Ambassador opened so many
doors for me. I met many people
and grew a great deal as a per-
son."
Weeks said if there is one bit
of advice she would give to new
college students at,any campus, it
is to get involved in college,
whether through clubs, student
government,or service work.
"It allows new students to
meet people, gain great network-
ing skills, and it teaches you how
to balance your time between an
outside activity and school
work," she said. "Many students


St. James A.M.E. church outing


St. James
A.M.E. Church
School outing
was a great suc-
cess on June 23,
2007. We visited
Busch Gardens
in Tampa,
Florida. We Give
Honor to God
for the trip and
the
Fellowshipping
in Jesus name.
Rev. Lee E.
Plummer.


A Conversation with Your


County Commissioner and staff


A casual straight talk format town hall meeting with the

Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners, where

citizens will have an opportunity to directly voice their

input and any concerns to their commissioner and staff

and be provided an update on the progress of pertinent

issues affecting county government, such as the hospital,

urgent care center, upcoming budget, and property taxes.


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come to Santa Fe scared of mak-
ing the transition, as I was, but
getting involved changes every-
thing."
Her professors cannot say
enough good things about her.
"I think Whitney represents
the very best of Santa Fe," said
English Professor Bill
Stephenson. "Like many stu-
dents, she's smart, articulate and
personable. What sets her apart is
her humility and her genuine ded-
ication to learning and to serving
others. She's a model of hard
work and commitment to her
goals, and she's one of those rare
young scholars who realizes that
getting an education means much
more than pursuing a degree."


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The Gadsden County Times July 5, 2007 15

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NOTICE OF INTENT TO

CONSIDER ENACTMENT OF

ORDINANCE


Notice is hereby given to all concerned that the City
Commission of the City of Quincy, Florida, intends, at a meeting
in the City Hall in Quincy, Florida, at 6:00 p.m. on the 10th day
of July, A.D. 2007 and at a meeting in the City Hall in Quincy,
Florida at 6:00 p.m. on the 24th day of July, A.D. 2007, to consid-
er the enactment of the following proposed ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CHARTER 54-1,
CODE OF ORDINANCE FOR THE CITY OF QUINCY;
PROVIDING A NEW CONTRIBUTION LIMITATION
AND AMOUNT; PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENT TO
STHE CONTRIBUTION LIMITATION AND AMOUNT AS
PROVIDED IN SECTION 457 OF THE FEDERAL TAX
CODE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Such ordinance may be inspected by the public at the office of
the City Clerk in the City Hall in such City.
Interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinance.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meet-
ing or hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for
such purpose, he may need to insure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,'which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be heard.
This 29th day of June, A.D. 2007.

Sylvia Hicks, City Clerk
07/05/07c


Wanted: School Bus Driver

Must have current commercial driver's
license with a good driving record.
Must have or be willing to obtain
"P" and "S" endorsements.
Contact: Jimmy Harris
or Woodrow Hinson

Robert F. Munroe Day School
856-5500 (phone) 856-5856 (fax)


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

SANDRA JEAN BANKS,
as Trusteee of
Case No.:
07000801 CAA

The Sandra Jena Banks
Revocable Trus
Plaintiff,

vs

The Unknown Heirs,
Devisees, Creditors,
Grantees and Other
Unknown Persons
Claiming By,
Through, Under or
Against HANNAH
BRADWELL,
Deceased; THE
ESTATE OF HANNAH
BRADWELL,
Deceased, if any; The
Unknown Heirs,
Devisees,
Creditors, Grantees and
Other Unknown Persons
Claiming By, Through,
under or Against
BENJAMIN
BRADWELL, Deceased;
THE ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN
BRADWELL, Deceased,
if any,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
CREDITORS,
GRANTEES AND
OTHER UNKNOWN
PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST HANNAH
BRADWELL,
DECEASED; THE
-ESTATE OF HANNAH
BRADWELL,
DECEASED, IF ANY;
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
CREDITORS,
GRANTEES AND
OTHER UNKNOWN
PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST
BENJAMIN
BRADWELL,
DECEASED; THE
ESTATE OF BENJAMIN
BRADWELL,
DECEASED, IF ANY.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet
title to the following
property in GADSDEN
COUNTY, Florida:
See Exhibit "A" Attached
has been filed against
you and you are
required to serve a copy
of your written defenses,


if any, to it on Curtis B.
Hunter, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address
is 2618 Centennial
Place, Tallahassee,
Florida 32308, on or
before Augustn4, 2007,
and file the original with
the clerk of this court
either before service. on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint or
petition.
Dated the day of June,
2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By:Cynthia Daniels
As Deputy Clerk

EXHIBIT "A"
Begin at the Northwest
corner of Hannah
Bradwell's land, run
South 22 degrees East,
600 yards to Frank Mims
Northwest corner,
thence North 65 degrees
East, 790 yards to stake
X, thence run North 25
degrees West along
W.H. Jenkins land line to
stake X, 605 yards,
thence run South 64
degrees West 795 yards
to the Point of-
Beginning, containing 98
5/6 acres, more or less.
LESS AND EXCEPT:
A strip or parcel of land
350 feet wide across the
South side of lands
formerly belonging ; to
Ben Bradwell, lying
between the said Ben
Bradwell's West
boundary line and the
"Seventy" (70) line of the
West Florida Power
Company and more
particularly described as
follows: Begin at the
Northwest corner of
Frank Mims land, and
run Easterly along
Northern boundary line
of said Frank Mims land,
1245 feet, more or less,
to the Seventy (70) line
of the West. Florida
Power Company, thence
Northerly along said
Seventy (70) line 350
feet, thence Westerly
parallel to the said Frank
Mims North boundary
line 1245 feet, more or
less to the Seventy (70)
line of the Est Florida
Power Company, thence
Northerly along said
Seventy (70) line, 350
feet, thence Westerly
parallel to the said Frank
Mims North boundary


line Twelve Hundred
forty-five (1245) feet,
more or less, to the
West boundary line of
the said Ben Bradwell's
land, thence Southerly
along said West
boundary line 350 feet to
the Point of Beginning,
containing ten (10)
acres, more or less. All
of said lands situate,
lying and being in the
County of Gadsden,
State of Florida.
That part conveyed per
O.R. Book 10, page 181,
containing 1 acre more
or less.

Commence at a Terra-
Cotta monument known
as being South 05
degrees 49 minutes 20
seconds West 1745.4
feet from the Northwest
Corner of Lot number 76
of Moneil's Little River
Survey of the Forbes
Purchase in Gadsden
County, Florida, and run:
South 53 degrees 39
minutes 22 seconds
West 49.86 feet to the
centerline of State Road
Number 65-C, said point
lying on a curve concave
to the Southwesterly, the
Southeasterly along said
centerline curve with a
radius of 4583.75 feet
through a central angle
of 08 degrees 38
minutes 57 seconds for
an arc distance of
691.95 feet (chord of
said arc bears South 32
degrees 01 mlhutes 08
seconds East 691.31
feet) to the oint of
Tangency, then South
27 degrees 41 minutes
40 seconds East 927.41
feet along said
centerline, then leaving
said centerline run then
North 62 degrees 49
minutes 50 seconds
East 50.15 feet to the
Easterly Right-of-Way
boundary of said State
Road, said point being a
point of curve to the left,
then southeasterly along
said Easterly Right-of-
Way boundary and. said
curve with a radius of
17,138.80 feet through a
central angle of 00
degrees 06 minutes 18
seconds for an arc
distance of 31.41 feet
(chord of said arc bears
South 27 degrees 45
minutes 34 seconds
East 31.41 .feet) to a
concrete monument and
the POINT OF
BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING
run north 69 degrees 28
minutes 51 seconds
East (BEARING BASE)
along an old fence line
and it's projection
thereof 1565.17 feet to
an iron bar, then
continue North 69
degrees 29 minutes 51
seconds East 7.0 feet to
the Southwesterly edge
of a creek. Then North
17 degrees 45 minutes
39 seconds West along
said Southwesterly edge
6.89 feet, Then leaving
said Southwesterly edge
run South 71 degrees 44
minutes 49 seconds
West 7.0 feet to an iron


EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITY


The city is accepting applications for the
Administrative Assistant to the City Manager
position. This is a highly complex administra-
tive position in support of and assisting the
City Manager. The employee may serve as the
acting city manager's absence. Work is per-
formed independently under the general direc-
tion of the city manager who reviews work
through conferences, reports and results
obtained.

Minimum Qualifications

Associate's Degree with major coursework
in public administration, business administra-
tion or a related field and three years of pro-
gressively responsible experience in local gov-
ernment administration or any equivalent com-
bination of education and experience.

Knowledge of ordinances, policies and proce-
dures of the City, ability to communicate in
writing as well as orally, ability to establish and
maintain a working relationship with employ-
ees, city officials and the general public.

Salary is $27,000 a year.

Must possess a valid State of Florida
Driver's License.

How to Apply

Please visit www.midwayfl.com for a complete
job description and job application or stop by
City Hall to pick one up. Applications will only
be :accepted in person, no faxed or emailed
applications will be considered! Deadline is
July 13, 2007 at 5:00 p.m.
07/05/07c


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bar, Then continue
South 71 degrees 44
minutes 49 seconds
West 176.52 feet to an
iron bar, Then South 73
degrees 53 minutes 33
seconds West 235.97
feet to an iron bar, Then
South 78 degrees 43
minutes 53 seconds
West 290.21 feet to an
iron bar, Then South 81
degrees 12 minutes 26
seconds West 493.59
feet to an iron bar, Then
North 85 degrees 55
minutes 46 seconds
West 76.24 feet to an
iron bar, Then North 74
degrees 12 minutes 14
seconds West 466.83
f'el lo an iron bar on ihe
Nonneasierly boundary
line of said State Road
65-C, Then Soulh 27
degrees 41 minutes -10
seconds East along said
Northeasterlv boundary
line 459.44 leel to a
concrete monument
marking the Point of
Curvature lor a curve to
the., left, Then
Southeasterly along said
Northeasterly boundary
line curve concave to the
Northeast having a
radius of 17,138.80 feet
and a central angle of 00
degrees 06 minutes 18
'seconds an arc length of
31.41 feet (chord of said
arc bears- South 27
degrees 45 minutes 34
seconds East 31.41 feet
to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; containing
4.94 acres, more or less.



IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 2ND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GADSDEN)
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION CASE NO:
06-1494CA

NATIONSTAR
MORTGAGE LLC, F/K/A
CENTAEX HOME
EQUITY COMPANY,
LLC
Plaintiff

VS.

PATRICIA A. BROWN;
ALONZO BROWN; ANY
AND ALL KNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSES


SON
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE: IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated June 18, 2007
entered in Civil Case No.
06-1494CA of the Circuit
Court of the 2ND
Judicial Court in and for
GADSDEN County,
Quincy, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at THE
SOUTH DOOR OF THE
COURTHOUSE at the
GADSDEN .County
Courthouse located at
10 E. Jefferson ini
Quincy, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on the 19 day of-
July, 2007 the following
described property as
set forth in said
Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit: LOT 2,
BLOCK "A", SUNSET
ACRES, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 155 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORDIA.
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 60 days
after sale.

Dated this 19th .day of
June, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
6/28,7/5-07


NOTIC OF PUBLIC
SALE
Chevrolet-Buick gives
Notice of Foreclosure of
Lein and Intent to sell
these vehicles on July
30, 2007, 10 a.m. at
2039West Jefferson
Street, Quincy, Florida
32351, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida statutes.
Chevrolet -Buick
reserves the right, to
accept or reject any or
all bids.
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1998 Ford
1P3EJ46C4XN634100-
1999 Plymonth
1HGCA5526JA147549-
1988 Honda
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Quincy
2039 West Jefferson
Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
850-875-4200 Fax:850-
627-7662
7/05-07


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License Computer Skills,
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Co, Quincy, FL 850-627-7564
Fax: 850-627-2486 or email
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I~i~A


IN THE
COURT OF
SECOND JI
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GA
COUNTY, FLOOR
CASE NO. 2(
CA-A'

WELLS FARGC
NA,
Plaintiff,

vs.

GEORGE
COAKER, et al,
Defendant(s)

NOTICE
FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS H
GIVEN pursuar
Final Judgme
Mortgage For
dated June 18, 2
entered in Ca
2007-436-CA-A
Circuit Court
SECOND Judicial
in and for GA
County, Florida
WELLS FARGO
NA, is the Plaii
GEORGE
COAKER; RI
SCHREFFLER;
the Defendants,
to the highest a
bidder for ca
SOUTHSIDE ST
THE GA
COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
11:00AM, on the
of August, 200
following de
property as set
said Final Judgm

LOT 8, BLOC
SPRINGBROOK
FARMS SUBDI
(UNRECORDED

COMMENCE A
NORTHWEST C
OF SECTION
TOWNSHIP 3 I
RANGE 2
GADSDSEN CC
FLORIDA, AND
THENCE SOU
DEGREES 28 M
45 SECONDS
300.72 FEET T
POINT OF BEGIN
FROM SAID PC
BEGINNING
CONTINUE T
SOUTH 00 DE
28 MINUTES
SECONDS
569.30 FEET; T
EAST 388.76
THENCE
560.31 FEET; T
NORTH 88 DEG
38 MINUTES
SECONDS
384.10 FEET T
POINT OF BEGII
SUBJECT TO
FOOT RO,
EASEMENT A
50.00 FOOT I
CUL-DE-SAC FC
PURPOSE
INGRESS, E
AND UTILITIES
AND ACROSS
NORTHERLY PC
THEREOF; ANI
EASTERLY 7.5
THE SOUTH
15.00 FEET TH
BEING SUBJE(
DRAINAGE


EASEMENTS.
LESS AND EXCEPT
CIRCUIT THE NORTH 2.30
THE ACRES OF LOT 8,
JUDICIAL BLOCK "B" OF
SPRINGBROOK
4DSDEN FARMS i SUBDIVISION,
3IDA BEING MORE
007-436- PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBt!" ''AS
FOLLOWS:' b
Y BANK, COMMENCE AT A
'FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT MARKING
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION
12, TOWNSHIP 3
ROYCE NORTH, RANGE 2
WEST, GADSDEN
COUNTY,. FLORIDA,
.AND RUN THENCE
OF SOUTH 00 DEGREES
SALE 28 MINUTES 45
HEREBY SECONDS WEST
nt to a ALONG THE WEST
ent of BOUNDARY OF SAID
closure SECTION 12 A
:007 and DISTANCE OF .301.13
ase No. FEET TO.A FOUND 1/2"
of the IRON PIPE MARKING
of the THE NORTHWEST
al Circuit CORNER OF SAID LOT
kDSDEN 8 BLOCK "B" FOR THE
wherein POINT OF BEGINNING.
BANK, FROM SAID POINT OF
ntiff and BEGINNING ,
ROYCE CONTINUE SOUTH 00
ICHARD DEGREES 28 MINUTES
are 45 SECONDS WEST
I will sell ALONG SAID SECTION
and best LINE A DISTANCE OF
ash at 260.58 FEET TO A SET
EPS OF IRON PIN WITH CAP
NDSDEN LB#732 THENCE
LEAVING SAID
at SECTION LINE RUN
1st day THENCE SOUTH 88
07, the DEGREES 33 MINUTES
described 41 SECONDS EAST A
forth in DISTANCE OF 386.21
lent: FEET TO A SET IRON
PIN WITH CAP LB#732
K' "B", LYING ON THE EAST
BOUNDARY OF SAID
VISION, LOT 8, BLOCK "B",
) : THENCE NORTH
ALONG SAID EAST
,T THE BOUNDARY A
ORNER DISTANCE OF 260.62
4 12, FEET TO A SET IRON
NORTH, PIN WITH CAP LB#732
WEST, MARKING THE
COUNTY, NORTHEAST CORNER
D RUN OF SAID LOT 8, BLOCK
TH 00 "B", THENCE NORTH
MINUTES 88 DEGREES 33
WEST MINUTES 40
FO THE SECONDS WEST
INNING. ALONG THE NORTH
IINT OF BOUNDARY OF SAID
LOT 8, BLOCK "B" A
'HENCE DISTANCE OF 384.10
-GREES FEET TO THE POINT
S 45 OF
WEST BEGINNING.
'HENCE TOGETHER WITH AND
FEET; SUBJECT TO A NON-
NORTH EXCLUSIVE
'HENCE EASEMENT FOR
iREEES INGRESS AND
S 42 EGRESS BEING MORE
WEST PARTICULARLY
'O THE DESCRIBED AS
INNING. FOLLOWS:
A 60 COMMENCE AT A
ADWAY FOUND CONCRETE
ND A MONUMENT MARKING
RADIUS THE NORTHWEST
)R THE CORNER OF SECTION
OF 12, TOWNSHIP 3
GRESS NORTH RANGE 2
OVER WEST, GADSDEN
THE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PORTION AND RUN THENCE
D THE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
FEET 28 MINUTES 45
THERLY SECONDS WEST
EREOF ALONG THE WEST
CT TO BOUNDARY OF SAID
SECTION 12 A


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Female live-in assistant
needed to assist with ac-
tivities of daily living du-
ties. Also includes running
errands, some cleaning
and cooking must lift 501bs
or more with valid DL
class E. Drug and back
ground check. Contact
-Nancy Bouie 875-0573 10
a.m.r5p.m.


Good Pay and Benefits
Are you tired of minimum
pay and no benefits? Fully
paid training programs
available in various techni-
cal fields, No experience
necessary. Receive above
average' pay while you
learn, 100% medical and
dental coverage and re-
tirement plan. Age 17-34
H.S. grad, Call Mon-Fri
1-800-342-8123.

Jeld-Wen, a leading
manufacturer of windows
and doors, is seeking a
Field Technician. As a
member of our growing
Field Service group/ the
Field Technician .is 're-
sponsible for diagnosing
service issues and identi-
fying and, implementing
solutions for our custom-
eers. "'-Candidates must
have strong problem .solv-
ing abilities, be self-moti-
vated, detailed oriented,
flexible, and able to meet
established deadlines.
Strong mechanical, trou-
bleshooting, and commu-
nication skills are required
to insure world-class cus-
tomer service. Window or
construction background
is preferred. Position will
report to a regional man-
ager. Travel will be re-
quired. Training/ company
vehicle provided and ex-
penses paid. Our growing
company offers a competi-
tive salary and excellent
benefits. If you are inter-
ested in this position
please e-mail your resume,
to jobs@jeld-wen.com.
Jeld-Wen is an equal op-
portunity employer, com-
mitted to providing an en-
vironment free from all
forms of unlawful discrimi-
nation. To ensure the
safety and health of its
employees and custom-
ers, Leld-Wen'maintains a
drug free work environ-
ment and requires a back-
ground investigation.

Lead singer and drummer
wanted for band call Ray
at 363-1081.

Technician
Growing Company seek-
ing motivated diesel Tech-
nician Candidate must
have experience. Inspec-
tions, maintenance and
engine components. Sal-
ary based on experience,
health ins., 401 k, tool and
uniform allowance. Call for
interview (850) 574-8989.


Fridgedaire front end
washer and dryer with
storage drawers for both.
Like new condition, one
year old. $1,400.00 OBO.
Call 352-572-2338 for lo-
cation ask for Lieah.




DISTANCE OF 561.71
FEET TO A SET IRON
PIN WITH CAP LB#732,
THENCE LEAVING
SAID SECTION LINE
RUN THENCE SOUTH
88 DEGREES 33
MINUTES 41 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
234.50 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING CONTINUE
SOUTH 88 DEGREES
33 MINUTES 41
SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 22.13
FEET, TO A POINT
MARKING A POINT
CONCAVE TO THE
EASTERLY, THENCE
NORTHEASTERLY
ALONG SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
128.01 FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 73
DEGREES 01 MINUTES


STUDENT JUDI-
CIAL ADVISOR
CS4SJA01
(Half-time)
$19,386 annually
Campus Life
Closing 7/11/07
STUDENT JUDI-
CIAL ADVISOR
CS4SJA01
(Half-time)
$19,386 annually
Campus Life
Closing 7/16/07
HUMAN
RESOURCES
AIDE
IN5HRA03
$25,186 annually
Human Resources
Closing 7/16/07
(Search Continues)
STAFF.
ASSISTANT I
CSMSA126
Typing ability must
be demonstrated at
the time of
application
$22,390 annually
Science&
Mathematics
Division
Closing 7/16/07 at
5pm
ASSISTANT TO
THE DEAN
CSHADN05
$37,281 annually
Health Care
Professions
Closing 7/16/07
DIRECTOR OF
NURSING
MP4NURO1
Competitive Salary
Health Care
Professions
Applications
received after
8/31/07 imajhot '
be'fully ,
Considered
The following
vacancies
are fiscal year
contracted
BUSINESS OPER-
ATIONS
SPECIALIST HI
GR000268
$26,540 annually
Florida Department
of
Financial Services
SClosing 7/20/07 at
5 pm

CHIEF FINAN-
CIAL OFFICER
GR000289
Competitive Salary
Volunteer Florida
Open until filled


DISTRIBUTED
COMPUTER
SYSTEMS
TECHNICIAN II
GR000601
$41,000 annually
College Center for
Library Automation
Closing 7/23/07 at
5pm
Visit the College's website
at www.tcc.fl.edu for posi-
tion details, employment
application, and applica-
tion process. For ADA
accommodations notify
Human Resources; (850)
201-8510, fax 201-8489,
TDD 201-8491 or FL
Relay 711. Submit manda-
tory Tallahassee
Community College
employment application to
Human Resources TCC,
444 Appleyard Dr.,
Tallahassee, FL 32304-
2895; or email
humres@tcc.fl.edu.
Human Resources hours 8
A. 5 P. M., Mon- Fri.
An Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer

07/05/07c




08 SECONDS FOR
AN ARC DISTANCE OF
163.14 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING NORTH 10
DEGREES 33 MINUTES
46 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 152.32
FEET), THENCE
SOUTH 48 DEGREES
02 MINUTES 59
SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 4.98
FEET, THENCE NORTH
41 DEGREES 57
MINUTES 01 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
54.72 FEET, TO A
POINT OF
CURVE TO THE LEFT,

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Temporarily Renting Apartments
Without Regard to Farm Labor
Requirements.


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Fully Equipped with CH&A
Some Restrictions Apply.

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Oretna, [L32332
850-856-5801
f". TDD 1/800-955-8771 e


APARTMENTS FOR RENT

APARIAVINTIO PARA RENTAR

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Available to Domestic Farm Workers
Disponible a Trabajadores de Granja Domestica
For More Information Call / Para Mas Informacion Llame:
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405 STRONG ROAD # I15
QUIINCY,If3235119
.850-8 -2109


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850.222-2166 tel.
850222- '102 fax
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Call Donna 'ard
850.508-1235


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apartamentos sin consideration
Salguna hacia requisitos de trabajo
Apartamentos de granja. rotalmente equipa-
espaciosos de do con CH&A.
1, 2 y 3 Algunas restric-
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THENCE ALONG SAID
CURVE WITH A
RADIUS OF 89.51
FEET, THROUGH A
CENTRAL ANGLE OF
25 DEGREES 16
MINUTES 55
SECONDS FOR AN.
ARC DISTANCE OF
39.50 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING NORTH 23
DEGREES 12
MINUTES 34
SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 39.18
FEET), TO A POINT OF
REVERSE CURVE,
THENCE ALONG SAID
REVERSE CURVE
WITH A RADIUS. OF
24.52 FEET, THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
54 DEGREES 31
MINUTES 32
SECONDS FOR AN
ARC DISTANCE
OF 23.33 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING NORTH 28
DEGREES 01
MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 22.46
FEET), THENCE
NORTH 72 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 30
SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 37.22
FEET TO A POINT ON
THE EAST BOUNDARY
OF LOT 8, BLOCK "B"
OF SPRINGBROOK
FARMS SUBDIVISION,
THENCE NORTH 2.96
FEET TO A SET IRON
PIN WITH CAP LB#732
MARKING THE
NORTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID LOT 8, BLOCK
"B", THENCE NORTH
88 DEGREES 33
MINUTES 40
SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID
LOT 8, BLOCK "B" A
DISTANCE OF 47..94
FEET, TO A POINT
LYING ON A CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTHEASTERLY,


THENCE LEAVING
SAID NORTH
BOUNDARY RUN
THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
44.52 FEET THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
50 DEGREES 04
MINUTES 39
SECONDS FOR AN
ARC DISTANCE OF
38.91 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 28
DEGREES 27
MINUTES 48
SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 37.68
FEET), TO A POINT OF
REVERSE CURVE,
THENCE ALONG SAID
REVERSE CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
69.51 FEET, THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
23 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 25
SECONDS FOR
ANARC DISTANCE OF
28.32 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 23
DEGREES 21
MINUTES 28
SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 28.12
FEET), THENCE
SOUTH 41 DEGREES
57 MINUTES 01
SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 53.58
FEET, THENCE NORTH
48 DEGREES 02
MINUTES 59
SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 5.05
FEET TO A POINT
LYING ON A CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTHEASTERLY,
THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
148.01 FEET,
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 68
DEGREES 22
MINUTES 54
SECONDS FOR AN


ARC DISTANCE OF
176.65 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 12
DEGREES 11 MINUTES
16 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 166.35
FEET) TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.

A/K/A 796
SPRINGBROOK ROAD,
HAVANA, FL 32333
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 June 18, 2007.

(SEAL)

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By:
Deputy Clerk
7/5,7/12

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-273-CA-A


WELLS FARGO
NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,
TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,


BANK,

AS


vs.

GEORGE EVANS, SR.;
JOYCE A. EVANS; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO


Summerwind
In Liberty Co.
Nature abound oi
tlje elo\1ely lots
near Apalaciricola
National Forest.
Has paved road&
w ith coiinn n after
and Talquin electric.
Great onler
financinL \ ailable!
$25.900.


* *Brand New Cannen Maria***
Build youw custom home on one of these beauti-
ful wooded lots. Located off McCall Bridge Rd..
near Lake Talquin. Features two appealing
entrance signs, paved roads. trreeilightl, and
underground water and electric.
Etrimaied completion is July 200". $34.900.

Talquin Plantation & Talquin Oaks
Enio thie best of country living in these two seat
-ubdi&isions neai Lake Talquin with Talquin
water r and elechic. Mobile home- welcome! Great
Oiner Finnncine A\ alable. $2".900.


Open House Sunday,
July 1, 2pm-4pm
608 E Betlinet Dr, Quincy...
Take South Adams,
Left on N. Betlinet Drive

3 BR/1.5 BA, 1,318 sf ranch on wooded,
fenced .32 acre corner lot. Sturdy block
construction. Beautiful hardwood floors.
ALL appliances. Only $135,000;
Call JoAnn Jacobs 850-556-2220


ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE;
WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
Defendantss,

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final-
Judgement of
Foreclosure dated June
21, 2007 entered in Civil
Case No. 07-273-CA-A
of the Circuit Court of
the 2nd Judicial Circuit
in and for GADSDEN
County, QUINCY, Florida
at 11:00 a.m. on the 1st
day of August, 2007 the
following described
property as set fourth in
said Summary Final
Judgement, to-wit:
COMMENCE AT A
CONCRETE
MONUMENT MARKING
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION
26, TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 4
WEST, GARDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND RUN; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES
21 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST
178.57 FEET TO A
CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET) ON
THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY OF LANDS
AS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 260, PAGES 379-
381, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY;
THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 55 MINUTES
17 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID
WESTERLY
BOUNDARY A
DISTANCE OF 1294.89
FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET) ON
AN OLD WIRE FENCE,
SAID POINT MARKING
THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF OF SAID
LANDS;
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 28 MINUTES
13 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAID OLD


WIRE FENCE AND THE
SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID
LANDS A DISTANCE
OF 727.55 FEET TO A
CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET)
FOR THE POINT
BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 89
DEGREES 28 MINUTES
13 SECONDS EAST
150.00 FEET TO A
CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET)
THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 31 MINUTES
47 SECONDS EAST
150.00 FEET TO A
CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET) ON
THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY OF
TALQUIN RESORTS
DRIVE (60.00. FOOT
RIGHT-OF-WAY);
THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 28 MINUTES
13 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY BOUNDARY A
DISTANCE OF 150.00
FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET);
THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 31 MINUTES
'47 SECONDS WEST
150.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A
2004 DESTINY
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, VIN # D100256A
AND D100256B.

Any persons 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
claim within 60 days
after the sale

Dated this 21st day of
June, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
7/05, 7/12-07c

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

CASE NO.:


2005 Double Wide for
Rent, Midway area 3/BD
2/BA, $800.00 per month
Section 8 accepted. 355
Bill McGill Road
(850)321-8713.


Chattahoochee 2BD/2BA
1120 sq. ft. $90,000.00
Lisa Smith Service First.
Reality 528-5043. Huge
yard and hardwood floors.

North. Florida. Real
Estate "
Ben Duncan 841-0606

SHAW FARM Estates 11
beautiful lots available on
HWY. 65 N. 1.72 to 4.72
acres. Prices start at
$39,000.00 owner financ-
ing possible.

35 + acres with 10 acre
stocked pond. Older re-
modeled home. Very se-
cluded $450.000.00.

2 commercial lots near
CVS. Both for
$150.000.00
4.86 acres zoned com-
mercial in Quincy. 771' of
railroad frontage
$175.000.00.

Residential lot on Tobacco
Road in Havana
$35,000.00.


Triple Oaks Apartments




Apartments Without Regard to

Farm Labor Requirements.


u-u


Spacious 1: 2 & 3 Bedroom

Gardenstyle Apartments.
-Fully Equipped with CH&A

Some Restrictions Apply.


rApartamentos de Triple Oaks


I Ar r at4w,%" A T it xrx SuA nub. .h.A*PS SB &-V I


Apartamentos sin consideration alguna

hacia requisitos de trabajo de granja.

Apartamentos espaciosos de 1, 2 y 3
dormitories

Totalmente equipado con CH&A


L=


algunas restricciones se
aplican.


6.


40 I~~~ Strong Road~ #157,JMQuincy, Floida 3235U7~I~1
850-75-109e TD 1800955877


89 S/W M/H 2BD/2BA,
fireplace. You pay for
moving. Good condition
$12,000.00 or best offer.
James 879-9250 or
345-9662

Newly renovated 2BR/2BA
house for rent in Chatta-
hoochee FL Central
Air/Heat, new appliances,
carpeting. Call 593-6954
for appointments vouchers
accepted.

Open House
Call 284-6115 today. Ose-
ola Park New homes
$160.000.00 3/BD 2/BA
1,500 sq/ft 4/BD 2/BA
1,800 sq/ft. 929 Arlington
Circle, 1-10 to Pat Tho-
mas, left MLK, left Vir-
ginia, right Kennedy, left
SArlington. Sunday 3-5
p.m.
Keller Williams Reality.

FOR

LEASE

Office Space
300 5,000
sq. ft.

Call
627-7375


EAL


07000704DRA
DIVISION: FAMILY

GERMAN
PAREDES-
HERNANDEZ
Petitioner

and
ANA LUCIA ZA
MARQUEZ
Respondent

NOTICE OF A(
FOR DISSOLUTIC
MARRIAGE

TO: ANA
ZAVALA-MARQUE
UNKNOWN-
(HONDURAS)

YOU ARE NOT
that an action has
filed against you
that you are requ
serve a copy or
own written defer
any, to it on G
Noe Paredes-Hern
whose address is
Mary Ellen
Tallahassee, FL
on or before 7-12


and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
10 East Jefferson St.,
NOE- Quincy, FI 32351 before
service on Petitioner or
immediatley thereafer. If
you do fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the
VALA- petition.

Copies of all court
documents in this case,
CTION including orders, are
)N OF available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office.
You may review these
LUCIA documents upon
-Z request.

You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's
TIFIED office notified of your
been current address. (You
u and may file Notice of
hired to Current Address, Florida
Your Supreme Court
nse, if approved Family Law
erman Form 12.915.). Future
landez papers in this lawsuit will
S1955 be mailed to the address
Dr., on record at the clerk's
32303 office.
-2007,


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







BE THE FIRST OCCUPANT IN THIS NEWLY
CONSTRUCTED 5 BR, 21/2 BA home on 17.62 acres! Foyer,
eat-in kitchen, family room. Carpeting throughout, except vinyl
tie in foyer and kitchen. Abundance of fruit trees.
$348,000 J-1689

NEW LISTINGS:

ATTENTION DEVELOPERS! LOTS THAT MAY BE DIVIDED:
8.71 ACRES for $43,550, 6.76 ACRES for'$60,840 and 9.08
ACRES for $45,000 KW-4294
A REAL DEAL: 3 BR, 2 BA, 1,188 sf mobile home on a
150x175 lot Needs a few cosmetic repairs. A GREAT BUY
AT ONLY $39,900 C-1781

TWO LOTS WITH PUBLIC ACCESS TO LAKE TALQUIN!
Wooded, but no large trees. Ideal for traditional or mobile

homes. $27,500 W-4321

QUINCY COMMERCIAL: BIG CORNER LOT 144X300
WITH A 3 BR, 1 BA, 846 sf house. Recently changed
to commercial. Near CVS, at al at one of Quincy's
busiest intersections. SELLER WILL GIVE
WARRANTYAND PAY $3,000 CLOSING COSTS.
S$99,900 C-3054

MIDWAY: 2.73 ACRES for $50,000 and 3.95 ACRES for
$75,000 THAT MAY BE DIVIDED in the heart of a growing
community. KW-4289

MOSSY OAKS ACRES NEAR LAKE TALQUIN: Electricity,
public water and telephone are available. 2 Lots are required for
a well all lots are 75x100. One lot for $7,500; 2 lots for $8,000
each and 4 lots for $4,000 each. W-4327


WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law
Rules of Procedure,
requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and
information. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings.

Dated June 5, 2007

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By:Arnita Green
Deputy clerk
6/14,6/21,6/28,7/5-07p

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL
ACTION
BANK OF NEW YORK,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATE HOLD-
ERS OF CWABS 2004-
09,
Plaintiff,

vs.


CALVIN B. LAMOUTE,
et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HERBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
MortgageForeclosure
dated June 18, 2007
and entered in Case No.
2007-332-CA-A of the
Circuit Court of the
SECOND Judicial Circuit
in and for GADSDEN
County, Florida wherein
BANK OF NEW YORK,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATE HOLDERS
OF CWABS 2004-09, is
the Plaintiff and CALVIN
B. LAMOUTE; 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 31st
day of July 2007, the fol-
lowing described proper-
ty as set forth in said

Cont'd pg. 17

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Short Drive to.Tallahassee
$29,900 owner finance

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Final Judgment:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE SOUTHEAST
ONE QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF SECTION
10, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 1
WEST, GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND RUN THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES
19 MINUTES 40 SEC-
ONDS WEST, ALONG
THE NORTH BOUND-
ARY OF THE SOUTH-
EAST ONE QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHEAST
ONE QUARTER OS
SAID SECTION 10, A
DISTANCE OF 210.00
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 15 DEGREES
32 MINUTES 36 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 196.42
FEET TO A POINT
WHICH IS THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGIN-
NING CONTINUE
THENCE NORTH 15
DEGREES 12 MINUTES
36 SECONDS WEST,
144.71 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF THE
SOUTH HALF OF THE
SOUTH HALF OF THE
NORTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OD SAID
SECTIONS 10; THENCE
RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 21 MINUTES
17 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF THE
SOUTH HALF OF THE
SOUTH HALF OF THE
NORTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF SAID
SECTION 10, A DIS-
TANCE OF 318.70 FEET
TO THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OF THE
NORTHEAST ONE
QUARTERS OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE
QUARTER OD SAID
-SECTION 10; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 03
DEGREES 00 MINUTES
WEST, ALONG THE
EAST BOUNDARY OF'
SAID SECTION 10, A
DISTANCE OF 140.00
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 89 DEGREES
19 MINUTES 40SEC-
ONDS WEST, 272.59
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

A/K/A 337 River Road,
Havaria, FL 32333'

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

WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on
June 20, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk Of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
7/5, 7/12-07

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff

Vs.

ANGELA M. POOL, et al,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment dated the
21st day of June, 2007,
and entered in Case No.
07000418 CA, of the
Circuit Court of the 2ND
Judicial Circuit in and for
Gadsden County, Florida,
wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK< NAAS TRUSTEE
is the Plaintiff and
ANGELA M. POOLE;.
THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ANGELA
M. POOLE; JOHN JOE;
JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENTANT
(S) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants. I
will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
the GADSDEN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE,
SOUTH SIDE OF COUR-
THOUSE STEPS, 10
EAST JEFFERSON,
QUINCY, FLORIDA, at
the Gadsden County
Courthouse, in Quincy
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 31st day of July,
2007, the following
described property as set


forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:

SEE ATTACHED EXHIB-
IT "A"
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING 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
60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.,

Notice to person with


Disabilities which
required any accommo-
dations in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding
you are entitled at no cost
to you to the provisions of
certain assistance,
please contact
NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk at (850) 875-8601
or write to him at P.O.
BOX 1649 Quincy, FL
32353 within 2 working
days of your receipt at
this notice. If you are
hearing or Voice impaired
call 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 21st day of
June, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of The Circuit Court

(SEAL)

Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk

Exhibit "A"
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
for Pleasant Glen Minor
Subdivision Lot Three
A parcel of land lying in
the South one half of the
Northeast one quarter of
Section 16, Township 2
North, Range 3 West,
Gadsden County, Florida,
more particularly
described by metes and
bounds as follows:
Commence at a St. Joe
Paper Company concrete
monument (6 inch by 6
inch) marking the
Northeast comer of said
South one half of the
Northeast one quarter
and run; Thence South
89 degrees 36 minutes
53 seconds West
1321.82 feet to a con-
crete monument
(RLS3031); Thence con-
tinue South 89 degrees
36 minutes 53 seconds
West 791.87 feet to a
concrete monument
(RLS303 1) on the
Easterly right of way
boundary of Salem Road
(80 foot right of way);
Thence South 01 degree
33 minutes 25 seconds
East along said Easterly
right-of -way boundary a
distance of 525.10 feet to
a concrete monument
(PSM303 I) for the
POINT OF Beginning.
From said Point OF
BEGINNING thence con-
tinue South 01 degree 33
minutes 28 seconds East
long said Easterly right-
of-way boundary a dis-
tance of 31.96 feet to a
concrete monument
(RLS303 1) to a point of
curve to the right; Thence
Southerly along said
Easterly right-of-way
boundary and said'curve'
radius of 789.21 feet
through a central angle of
06 degrees 45 minutes
17 seconds for an arc dis-
tance of 93.04 feet,(the
chord of said feet) to a
concrete monument
(PSM303 1); Thence
South 85 degrees 31
minutes 59 seconds East
517, 20 feet to a re-bar
(PSM3031); Thence
North 45 degrees 52 min-
utes 40 seconds East
204.15 feet to a re-bar
(PSM3031); Thence
North 85 degrees 39 min-
utes 06 -seconds West
659.18 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING..
7/05,7/12-07

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GADSDEN COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 07-254-CA-A

DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERVIC-
ING AGREEMENT
RELATING TO IMPAC
SECURED ASSETS
CORP., MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-4,
PLAINTIFF,

VS.

COREY POOLE, ET AL,
DEFENDANTS,

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant of Final
Judgement of Mortgage :
Foreclosure dated June
18, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 2007-454-CA-A
'of the Circuit Court of the
SECOND Judicial Circuit
in and for Gadsden
County, Florida wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERVIC-
ING AGREEMENT
RELATING TO IMPAC
SECURED ASSETS


CORP., MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CER-.
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-4, is the Plaintiff
and COREY POOLE;
ANGELA POOLE A/K/A
ANGELA M. POOLE;
TENANT #1 N/K/A DER-
ICK MURRAY, and TEN-
ANT #2 N/K/A DEBRA
MURRAY are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and the best
bidder for cash at
SOUTHSIDE STEPS OF
THE GADSDEN QOUN-
TY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on thel7th day
of July, 2007, the follow-


ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgement:

LOT 21, BLOCK "A",
MIDWAY FOREST,
PHASE I & II, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 61, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 252 FOREST CIR
S, 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 (60) days after the
sale

WITNESS MY HAND and
seal of this Court on June
19, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
6/28,7/5-07

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2007-00009-
CA

NORTHWEST FUNDING
GROUP, LLC,
Plaintiff,

vs.

RICHARD D. PORTER,
et al,
Defendant((s).

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure
dated June 01, 2007 and
entered in Case No.
2007-00009-CA of the
Circuit Court of the SEC-
OND Judicial Circuit in
anti for GADSDEN
County, Florida wherein
NORTHWEST FUNDING
GROUP, LLC, is the
Plaintiff and RICHARD D.
PORTER; MARY L.
PORTER; TENANT #1
N/K/A EDGER HARVEY
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 thel6th day
of July 2007, the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment:

COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF SECTION 19, TOWN-
SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
1 WEST, GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
RUN THENCE NORTH
00 DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES EAST, 1321.6
FEET; THENCE NORTH
01 DEGREES 32 MIN-
UTES EAST, 186.04
FEET; THENCE NORTH
02 DEGREES 35 MIN-
UTES WEST, 162.62
FEET; THENCE NORTH
03 DEGREES 41 MIN-
UTES EAST, 311.87
FEET; THENCE NORTH
01 DEGREES 24 MIN-
UTES EAST, 619.55
FEET; THENCE NORTH
01 DEGREES 25 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
EAST, 1133.72 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (FOUND) FOR
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 47 MINUTES
15 SECONDS EAST,
1321.05 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (SET); THENCE
NORTH 01 DEGREES
26 MINUTES 14 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 620.21
FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT. (FOUND);
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 28 MINUTES
05 SECONDS WEST,
1320.04 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (FOUND);
THENCE SOUTH 01
DEGREES 25 MINUTES
00 SECONDS WEST,
660.43 FEET TO THE.
POINT OF BEGINNING;.

TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED
THEREON, SERIAL
N U M B E R S
TMGA6474TA &
TMGA6474TB

A/K/A 840 Langston


Lane, Havana, FL 32333

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
June, 2007.
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)


By: Betty Sue Sadberry SHERRIE BARNES;
Deputy Clerk ROBERT L. BARNES;
6/28,7/5-07 JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (S) IN POSSESSION OF
OF THE SECOND JUDI- THE SUBJECT PROP-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ERTY are defendants. I
FOR GADSDEN COUN- will sell to the highest and
TY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVI- best for cash at the
SION GADSDN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, SOUTH
CASE NO.: SIDE OF COURTHOUSE
07000080CAA STEPS, 10 EAST JEF-
FERSON, QUINCY,
WELLS FARGO BANK, FLORIDA, at the
N.A. AS TRUSTEE, Gadsden County
Plaintiff, Courthouse, in Quincy,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
JAMES ROUSE A/K/A the 19th day of July,
JAMES ARTHUR 2007, the following
ROUSE, describes property as set
et al, forth in said Final
Defendants. Judgment, to wit:
"SEE EXHIBIT A"
NOTICE OF FORECLO- ANY PERSON CLAIM-
SURE SALE IMG AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
NOTICE IS HEREBY THE SALE, IF ANY,
GIVEN pursuant to a OTHER THAN THE
Final Judgement of PROPERTY OWNER AS
Foreclosure dated the OF THE DATE OF THE
21st day of June, 2007, LIS PENDENS MUST
and entered in the Case FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
No. 07000080CAA, of the 60 DAYS AFTER THE
Circuit Court of the SALE.
Second Judicial Circuit in Notice to person with
and for Gadsden County, Disabilities. If you.have a
Florida wherein WELLS disabilities which required
FARGO BANK, N.A. AS any accommodation in
TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff order to participate in this
and JAMES ROUSE proceeding you are enti-
A/K/A JAMES ARTHUR tied at no cost to you to
ROUSE; CAROLE A. the provisions of certain
THOMPSON; HATTIE assistance, please con-
JACKSON; UNKNOWN tact NICHOLAS
SPOUSE OF HATTIE THOMAS Clerk at (850)
JACKSON; UNKNOWN 875-8601 or write him at
SPOUSE OF JAMES P.O. BOX 1649 Quincy,
'ROUSE A/K/A JAMES FL 32353 within 2 work-
ARTHUR ROUSE; JOHN ing days of your receipt at
DOE; JANE DOE; AS this notice. If you are
KNOWN AS TENANT(S)i hearing or Voice impaired
IN POSSESSION OF call 1-800-955-8771.
THE SUBJECT PROP- Dated this 19th day of
ERTY are defendants. I June, 2007.
will sell to the highest and
the best bidder for cash NICHOLAS THOMAS
at the GADSDEN COUN- Clerk Of The Circuit
TY COURTHOUSE, Court
SOUTHSIDE OF THE
COURTHOUSE STEPS, (SEAL)
10 EAST JEFFERSON,
QUINCY, FLORIDA, at By: Betty Sue Sadberry
the .Gadsden County Deputy Clerk
Courthouse, in Quincy,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on A TRACT OF LAND
the 1st day Aug., 2007, LYING IN SECTION 33,
the following described TOWNSHIP. 3 NORTH,
property as set forth in RANGE 2 WEST, GADS-
said Fihal Judgement, to DEN COUNTY, FLORI-
wit: DA, MORE PARTICU-
LOT 6, OF WILLIAMS LARLY DESCRIBED AS
PARK SUBDIVISION, AS FOLLOWS:
PER THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF, AS COMMENCE AT THE
RECORDED IN PLAT NORTHEAST CORNER
BOOK 2, PAGE 37, OF OF THE NORTHWEST
THE PUBLIC RECORDS QUARTER OF THE
OF GADSDEN COUNTY, NORTHEAST QUARTER
FLORIDA. OF SAID SECTION 33
TOGETHER WITH A AND RUN SOUTH 00
1995 PINE DOUBLE- DEGREES 29 MINUTES
WIDE MOBILE HOME,' 36 SECONDS EAST
VIN '#47620416HA & ALONG THE EAST
47620416HB, TITLE BOUNDARY OF THE
#67882006 & 67882007, WEST HALF OF THE
RP TAG#12179886 & NORTHEAST QUARTER
12179884 OF SAID SECTION 33 A
DISTANCE OF 1498.25
ANY PERSON CLAIM- FEET TO A PIONT
ING AN INTEREST IN LYING ON A CURVE
THE SURPLUS FROM CONCAVE TO THE
THE SALE, IF ANY, SOUTHERLY ON THE
OTHER THAN THE NORTHLEY RIGHT OF
PROPERTY OWNER AS WAY BOUNDARY OF
OF THE DATE OF THE STATE ROAD NO. 12;
LIS PENDENS MUST THENCE FROM A TAN-
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN GENT BEARING OF
60 DAYS AFTER THE SOUTH 76 DEGREES
SALE. 25 MINUTES 24 SEC-
ONDS WEST RUN
Notice to person with WESTERLY ALONG
Disabilities. If yo\ have SAID RIGHT OF WAY
disabilities which require CURVE WITH A RADIUS
any accommodations, in OF 4802.65 FEET
order to participatein this THROUGH A CENTRAL
proceeding you entitled ANGLE OF 18
at no cost to you to the DEGREES 22 MINUTES
provisions of certain 36 SECONDS FOR AN
assistance, please con- ARC DISTANCE OF
tact NICHOLAS 1540.36 FEET; THENCE
THOMAS, Clerk of Court SOUTH 58 DEGREES
at (850) 875-8601 or 02 MINUTES 48 SEC-
Write to him at P.O. Box ONDS WEST ALONG
1649 Quincy, FL 32353 SAID RIGHT OF WAY
within 2 working days of BOUNDARY 267.70
your receipt at the notice. FEET TO THE CENTER-
If you are hearing or LINE OF A 60 FOOT
voice Impaired call 1-800- ACCESS, .UTILITIES
955-8771. AND DRAINAGE EAST-
MENT; THENCE NORTH
Dated this 21st day of' 31 DEGREES 57 MIN-
June, 2007. UTES 12 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
NICHOLAS THOMAS CENTERLINE 175.00
Clerk of Circuit Court FFET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM
(SEAL) SAID POINT OF BEGIN-
NING CONTINUE
By: Betty Sue Sadberry NORTH 31 DEGREES
Deputy Clerk 57 MINUTES 12 SEC-
7/5,7/12-07 ONDS WEST ALONG
SAID CENTERLINE
IN THE CIRCUIT OF 55.00 FEET TO A POINT
THE 2ND JUDICIAL CIR- OF CURVE TO THE
CUIT, IN AND FOR RIGHT, THENCE ALONG
GADSDEN COUNTY, SAID CETERLINE
FLORIDA CIVIL DIVI- CURVE WITH A RADIUS
SION OF 422.72 FEET
CASE NO:. THROUGH A CENTRAL
07000185CAA ANGLE OF 50
DEGREES 38 MINUTES
COUNTRYWIDE HOME 25 SECONDS FOR AN
LOANS; NC., ARC DISTANCE OF
Plaintiff, 373.62 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 71 DEGREES
vs. 47 MINUTES 22 SEC-
ONDS EAST 425.71
EUNICE S. SUMMERLIN FEET; THENCE SOUTH
A/K/A SHERRIE 50 DEGREES 43 MIN-


BARNES, et al, UTES 14 SECONDS
Defendants WEST 430.87 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- NING.
SURE SALE THE WESTERLY 30
FEET OF THE FOREGO-
NOTICE IS HEREBY ING DESCRIBED PROP-
GIVEN pursuant to a ERTY BEING SUBJECT
Final Judgment of TO AN ACCESS, UTILI-
Foreclosure dated the TIES AND DRAINAGE
18th day of June 2007, EASEMENT.
and entered in Case No. 6/28,7/5-07
07000185CAA, of the
Circuit Court of the 2ND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Judicial Circuit in and for OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
Gadsden County, Florida, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
wherein COUNTRYWIDE GADSDEN COUNTY,
HOME LOANS, NC. is FLORIDA
the Plaintiff and EUNICE GENERAL JURISDIC-
S. SUMMERLIN A/K/A TION DIVISION


CASE NO: 2003-545-
CAB

NATIONAL CITY MORT-
GAGE CO.
Plaintiff

vs.

ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.,
Individually and 'as
Trustee of The Roy E.
TAYLOR, SR. REVOCA-
BLE TRUST dated
DECEMBER 20, 2000, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNESS, LIENORS,
CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST
ROY E. TAYLOR, SR.;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ROY E. TAYLOR,
SR., IF ANY; RAYMOND
LAMAR RUDD A/K/A
LAMAR RUDD; JILMA
RUDD; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated
June 18,_2007
entered in Civil Case No.
2003-545-CAB of the
Circuit Court of the 2ND
Judicial Circuit in and for
GADSDEN County,
Quincy, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at THE
SOUTH DOOR at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse located at 10
E. JEFFERSON in QUIN-
CY, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
on the 18th day of July ,
2007 the following
described property as set
forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 11: COMMENCE AT
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION
25, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 2
WEST, GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 18 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS
WEST 1996.95 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH
55 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTES EAST 715 FEET
TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
FROM SAID POINT RUN
NORTH 55 DEGREES
58 MINUTES EAST 120
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 34 DEGREES
02 MINUTES EAST
198.0 FEET TO STATE
ROAD 12, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 43 DEGREES
12 MINUTES WEST
ALONG ROAD 123.06
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 34 DEGREES
02 MINUTES WEST
225.2 FEET TO. THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

TOGETHER WITH A
1990 DOUBLE WIDE
MOBILE HOME WHOSE
NUMBERS ARE GEO
1295730 AND GOE
1295731

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 60 days after
the sale.

Dated this 18th day of
June, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
6/28, 7/5-07


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE IN THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-1036-CAA

DEBORAH K. FON-
VIELLE;
Plaintiff,

Vs.

FREDDIE L. TENNELL,
JR.;TRINETTA T. TEN-
NELL;FORD MOTOR
CREDIT COMPANY; And
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is herby given
that, pursuant too 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 8, Block "D" MIDWAY
FOREST, PHASE 1 AND
II, as per map or plat
thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Page 61, of
the public records of
Gadsden County, Florida.
at public sale, to the high-
est bidder, for cash, at the
south front door of the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on


July 26, 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 Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
7/5, 7/12-07


IN THE SECOND CIR-
CUIT COURT IN THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND
FOR GADSDEN COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-369-CAA

JAMES L. THOMPSON,
Plaintiff,

Vs.

KATOYA T. FLORENCE;
TARGET
NATIONAL BANK F/K/A
RETAILERS
NATIONAL BANK- TAR-
GET VISA,
and UMKNOWN TEN-
ANTS,

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 2, MULLEN RIDGE
SUBDIVISION (unrecord-
ed) in Section 34,
Township 3 North. Range
3 West, Gadsden County,
Florida, being .more par-
ticularly described as fol-
lows:
A parcel of land lying in
the Northwest one quar-
ter of the southwest one-
quarter of Section 34
Township- -3-North,
Range-3-West, Gadsden
County, Florida, being
more particularly
described by metes and
bounds as follows;
Commence at found iron
bar (1 inch) known as
marking the Northwest
Corner of lands as
described in official
Records Book 24, Page
24, Page 721 of the
Public Records of said
county, and run; Thence
South (Bearing Base)
125.66 feet to a concrete
monument (PSM #3031)
on,the Southerly Right of
Way boundary of a
County Roadway, known
as Mary Brown Road
(60.00 foot Right of Way);
Thence South 89
degrees 25 minutes 42
seconds East along said
Southerly Right-of-Way
boundary a distance of
107.88 feet to POINT OF
BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING
thence continue South 89
degrees 25 minutes 42
seconds East 107.85
feet; Thence South 02
degrees 12 minutes 53
seconds West 634.57
feet to a point on the.
Northern boundary of
lands as.described in offi-
cial Records Book 344,
Page 1116 of said Public
Records. Thence North
89 degrees 28 minutes
52 seconds West along
said Northem boundary a
distance qf 53.16 feet to
the Southeast Comer of
lands as described in
Official Records Book
301, page 1263 of said
Public Records; thence
North 08 degrees 54 min-
utes 09 seconds West
along the Eastem bound-
aries of said lands as
described in official
Records Book 301, page
1263 and Official
Records Book 96, page
147 of said Public
records a distance of
370.00 feet to the
Northeast Corner of said
lands as described in
Official records Book 96,
Page 147; Thence North
11 degrees 20 minutes
41 seconds East 97.70
feet; Thence North 02
degrees 36 minutes 07
seconds East 173.54 feet
to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. The above
described parcel of land
being subjected to an
existing ditch.
at public sale, to the high-
est bidder, for cash, at the
south front door of the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy,
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on
July 26, 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 Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
7/5,7/12-07


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION


WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,

CASE NO. 2007-473-CA-
A
DIVISION

vs.

PATRICIA M. VICKERS,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure
dated June 18, 2007 and
entered in Case No.
2007-473-CA-A of the
Circuit Court of the SEC-
OND Judicial Circuit in
and for GADSDEN
County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC., is the
Plaintiff and PATRICIA
M. VICKERS; RONALD
K. VICKERS; 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 31ST
day of JULY, 2007, the
following described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 6 OF MAGNOLIA
VILLAGE PHASE ONE
(RE-PLAT)
A PARCEL.OF LAND
LYING IN SECTION 27,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 4 WEST, GADS-
DEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND BEING MORE PAR-
TICULAR LY
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE WEST ONE
HALF OF SAID SEC-
TION 27 AND RUN;
THENCE 'SOUTH 00
DEGREES 14 MINUTES
13 SECONDS WEST
1650.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 44 MINUTES
47 SECONDS WEST
5294.86 FEET 'TO A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (RLS3031) ON
TBE NORTHEASTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY OF COUNTY ROAD
NO. S-379-A (GLORY
ROAD : 70.00 FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY);
THENCE SOUTHERLY
AND EASTERLY ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY'
BOUNDARY AS FOL-
LOWS: THENCE SOUTH
22 DEGREES 29 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS
EAST 784.38 FEET FOR
A POINT OF CURVE TO
THE LEFT: THENCE.
ALONG .SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
538.69 FEET THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF
62 DEGREES 09 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS
FOR A DISTANCE OF
584.41 FEET- (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 53
DEGREES 34 MINUTES
15 SECONDS EAST
556.17 FEET); THENCE
SOUTH 84 DEGREES
39 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST 1588.19
FEET; THENCE LEAV-
ING SAID NORTHEAST-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY RUN
SOUTH 05 DEGREES
21 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST 70.00
FEET TO THE SOUTH-
WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY OF
SAID ROAD, ALSO
BEING A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT;
THENCE SOUTHEAST-
ERLY ALONG SAID
SOUTHWESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY AND SAID CURVE
WITH A RADIUS OF
2178.54 FEET
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 11
DEGREES 21 MINUTES
18 SECONDS FOR AN
ARC OF 431.75. FEET
(THE CHORD OF SAID
ARC BEING SOUTH 78
DEGREES 58 MINUTES
21 SECONDS EAST
431.04 FEET) TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING THENCE
CONTINUE ALONG
SAID SOUTHWESTER-
LY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY AND SAID
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 2178.54 FEET
THROUGH A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 02
DEGREES 05 MINUTES
44 SECONDS FOR AN


ARC DISTANCE OF
79.68 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 72
DEGREES 09 MINUTES
49
SECONDS EAST 79.67
FEET); THENCE SOUTH
14 DEGREES 44 MIN-
UTES 52 SECONDS
WEST 91.76FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 11
DEGREES 5 1 MINUTES
21 SECONDS EAST
131.59 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY MAG-


NOLIA GLEN ROAD,
ALSO SAID POINT
LYING ON A CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTHEAST; THENCE
SOUTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY AND
SAID CURVE WITH A
RADIUS OF 565.00
FEETTHROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 10
DEGREES 27 MINUTES
59 SECONDS FOR AN
ARC DISTANCE OF
103.21 FEET (THE
CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 72
DEGREES 54 MINUTES
22 SECONDS WEST
103.07 FEET);THENCE
NORTH 11 DEGREES 17
MINUTES 46 SECONDS
WEST 127.84 FEET:
THENCE NORTH 16
DEGREES 41 MINUTES
33 SECONDS EAST
153.31 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
THE SOUTHERLY 10
FEET OF THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED PARCEL
OF LAND BEING SUB-
JECT TO A 10.00 FOOT
UTILITY EASEMENT.

A/K/A 185 MAGNOLIA
GLEN ROAD, QUINCY,
FL 32351

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
JUNE 20, 2007.
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)

By:BETTY SUE SAD-
BERRY
Deputy Cler.
7/5,7/12-07

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

Case No.: 96-467-CAA
Division: 'Family


Steffany
Williams
Petitioner


Johnson


and

Derrick Martin
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR SUPPLEMENTAL
,PETITION TO MODIFY
CUSTODY OR VISITA-:
TION

TO: Derrick Martin
address unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written'.
defenses, if any, to, it on
Steffany Williams whose
address is 912 Joe
Adams Road Quincy,
Florida 32351 on or,
before 7-30-07, and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at 10 East
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
Florida 32351, before'
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default
may be entered upon.
request.

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

WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents annd
information. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.

Dated: June 22, 2007

Clerk of Circuit Court

(Seal)

By Taya Tumer
Deputy Clerk
6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19-07p








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flat roof.
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home oon,,nlondas. Tuesday.
Thursday, and Friday, they
enjoyed serving and working to


improve her living condition.
They got to know the elderly
lady and all were sad when the
week came to an end and
farewells were said. Many of
them continue to stay in contact
with the elderly lady.
The ReCreation Staff was
great, working right alongside
them each day. Meredith pro-
vided meals for the seniors and
their sponsors each morning and
evening. Josh and Andrew
packed their picnic lunch to eat
at the work site. Josh and
Andrew were also in charge of
supervising ,the work, as well as
participating in the repairs.
Gorge was the director and
shared during worship time, as
well as fellowshipping with
them.
A good time was had by
all, and as good-byes were said,
lasting memories and relation-
ships were remembered.
It's amazing how in serv-
ing others, our problems can
seem so little, and how in taking
time to walk our that service, we
build lasting relationships and
learn to get our pnontues straight
by looking at what really matters
in life...God and people.


EGHS offering



tech programs


East Gadsden High School
business technology education
department offers two programs
for students to enroll in:
Administrative Assistant and
'Accounting Operations. For
each program students must
take three required business
courses in sequence and earn a
total of 450 hours.
Administrative Assitant
Program completers for 2007:
Front Desk Specialist
1. Brittany Peters
2. Eunika Jackson
3. Jalessa Williams
4. Marvin Fudges, II
5. Nitika Fryson
6. KarGrecia Robinson
7. Kendra Chambers
8. Shidanaka Smith
9. Deondra Watson
10. Jose Ramirez

Accounting Operations
Program completers for 2007:


Accounting Clerk
1. Alexis Davis
2. Gloria Johnson
3. Adontay McLaurin
4. Deon Sanders
5. Kimberly Cromartie
6. Kearia Denson
7. Ashley Glover
8. Denise McGriff
9. Malilla Thomas

These two programs are
Tech-prep and there is an articu-
lation agreement with
Tallahassee Community
College. Students may also earn
a GoldSeal Vocational
Education Scholarship provided
all requirements have been met.

For more information, please
feel free to contact Mrs.
Clements at 539-2882, ext, 1827
or Ms. Shirlean Thomas at 539-
2882.


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TCS announces
volleyball practice

Our girls' volleyball team
has begun practicing volleyball
during the month of June.
They will also practice in
July on the following Mondays
and Fridays: July 2, July 6, July
9, July 13, July 20, July 23, and
July 27. Practice times will be
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the
gym. Gail Smith is our athletic
director and our girls' volleyball
coach. We are anticipating an
exciting season. A week after
we start back to school, the


games begin.

CES lost and found

Chattahoochee Elementary
School has an abundance of
items in its lost and found clos-
et (coats, jackets, sweaters,
shirts, pants, etc.). Please come
t' the school any time between
the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m., Monday through
Thursday, to 'claim your
item(s). All items left at the
school after July 5, 2007 will be
donated to a local charity organ-
ization.


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