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Creation Date: September 27, 2007
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Quincy Music
Theatre set to present
'Fiddler on the Roof
Page 6


abebt


Greensboro

farm honored
Clark property named 'Century
Pioneer Farm' ... Page 7


EMS asks for

funds

EMT: "The equipment is
horrible"... Page 5


Havana looks

to improve

sewer system

City looking at $10 million
upgrade ... Page 11


Prep pigskin

results

Local teams look to rebound
after losses ...Page 8




Federal lawsuit

filed against

former mayor

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The site manager of Gadsden Arms
Apartments, a public housing apartment
complex, has filed complaint in Federal court
against Sherrie Taylor as an individual and as
Mayor of the City of Quincy.
Sarah Locke is asking for more than $75,000
claiming that in August or September of 2005
Taylor began interfering with Locke's ability
to do her job. In particular, Locke said that
'Taylor told her to "stop trespassing people"
that were not on the lease of tenants. When she
refused, because it was contrary. to HUD
regulations, Locke said Taylor began :a
campaign of harassment, intimidation, and
defamation.
Taylor, through city attorney Jack'
McLean, has filed an answer to the complaint
denying all of the. allegations. The complaint
against Taylor was filed by Locke's attorney
See LAWSUIT on Page 3


ount te ...


Man found not guilty in 1993 murder


Jury takes less than two hours to reach verdict


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A Gadsden County jury found Victor
Ross not guilty of .murder Tuesday
afternoon. It took less than two hours
to return a verdict. Ross was accused
of killing Beatrice Lazar of
Chattahoochee in late December of
1993. Lazar's badly decomposed body
was found around January 4, 1994 in
her bed.
The case was re-opened in 2005 after


Chattahoochee Police Chief Vann
Pullen re-submitted finger prints to the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement to examination with new
technology.
"It was a cold case that we re-opened
and the finger prints were a match,"
Pullen said. At the time of Lazar's
murder Pullen was the lead
investigator on the case. He said that
Ross' prints had been submitted before
but didn't come back as a match.
Pullen said Ross originally denied


ever knowing Lazar but on the witness
stand Tuesday said that he and Lazar
were friends and he had no reason to
kill her.
Ross' finger prints were found on the
kitchen window of Lazairs home.'But
Ross' attorney argued that Ross has
been in the home before and he could
have easily touched the kitchen
window sill. He continued that other
than the one set of fingerprints no
other evidence linked Ross to Lazar's
murder.


A helping hand


Annie Gibson, a Strong Road resident has been living in fear as her home deteriorated with no
means to repair it. The 76-year-old Gibson, a God- and church-loving woman who for the past three
or four years has lived with the fear that she could fall through her floor at any time. But help is on
the way for Gibson, thanks to the SHIP program, a county entity designed to help those in Gibson's
position. For full story, see Page B 1.


Lazar, who worked at Florida State
Hospital at Chattahoochee, took a
leave from her job on Dec. 14, 1993
with plans to return on Dec. 29. When
she didn't return to work family
members filed a .missing persons
complaint. '
Ross, who is already 'serving time in
the Department of Corrections, was
returned to state custody Wednesday
morning.
The search for Lazar's killer will
continue.


County


budget


still on


table

Commissioners
clash over
unrestricted funds
from surtax
by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
County commissioners were
not able to reach an agreement on
whether or not to pass an
ordinance that would unrestrict
money from.the one cent small
county surtax and therefore were
unable to pass a budget Tuesday
night.
The public hearing on the
budget was continued until
October 3 to pass the budget.
Counties have until Oct. 10 to
pass a budget to be in compliance.
with state law.
County Manager Marlon Brown
and Budget Director Davin Suggs
had been working on a budget
since June and presented a budget
for BoCC approval based on the
funds that would come in the
form of unrestricted funds that
could be used any way a majority
of the BoCC.
However, staff either did not
read the signs correctly or
thought that four of the five
commissioners would vote to
change the ordinance. There was
no backup plan to present just in
case the plan of the manager and
budget director failed to pass.
See BUDGET on Page 3


Grand opening set for inaugural Gadsden Boys & Girls Club


County allocating $150,000 per year in funding


The Boys & Girls Clubs Of the
Big Bend has expanded into
Gadsden County, thanks to the
Gadsden County Board of
County Commissioners, which
allocated funding, toward the
opening of several clubs for the
county's youth.. The Board and
the Boys & Girls Clubs' staff will


celebrate the grand' opening of
the Chattahoochee club, located
in the old Chattahoochee library
site at 715 Main Street, with a
dedication ceremony and open
house on Monday, October 1,
2007 at 3:30 p.m.
"The response has been
overwhelmingly positive," said


Latrecia Germany,
Chattahoochee Club Director and
a native of the community. "After
two weeks, we already have 50
kids attending every day and the
numbers continue to go up.. We
have at least five new kids a
day."
The Gadsden County Board of


County Commissioners voted in
April 2007 to designate
$150,000 a year for the next
seven years toward the funding
'of two Boys & Girls Clubs.
Additional funding, will be
provided from Boys. & Girls
Clubs' community fundraising
efforts and grant monies. A
second location, which is being
sought, will be in Quincy.
"I applaud the county
commission for taking this step


and making a commitment to the
youth of Gadsden County," said
Buddy Streit, president of the
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big
Bend. "And I applaud the
contributions and support of the
Chattahoochee City Council and
city manager Lee Garner. We are
proud to be in Gadsden County.
We have successful programs
already operating in Leon,
Jefferson and Franklin counties
and know this one will follow in


the same path."
"This is truly a great
opportunity for our community,"
said Gadsden County Board of
County ,Commission Chairman
Brenda A. Holt. "For so long
we've wanted to provide
additional resources to aid our
youth in their development. What
the Boys & Girls Clubs offer

See CLUB on Page 3


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2 The Gadsden County Times September 27, 2007


Nature's delight
















A pair of swallowtail butterflies
enjoys a mid-day respite atop a
butterfly weed near Lake Talquin.
(Photo by Leslie Roberts)


Deer, turkey short course



set for October 4-5


Shortening days and
moderating temperatures herald
the arrival of autumn. For many,
that means the return of hunting
season. Time in the woods with
friends revives heartwarming
remembrances. The sounds of'
small critters scurrying- through
fallen leaves and light filtered
through trees evoke nostalgic
memories.
In years past this was an annual
return to the' tradition of
providing meat for the family.
Leave time was taken from
work, friends returned from far
away, and youngsters were
initiated in the ways of the
wilderness.
Many a' himt took place on
family"land: For some, the hunts
were on woodlands or fields
owned by a local farmer or land
owners.
Game. was plentiful, habitat
was common and regulations
were simple. It was too good to
last, and it didn't.
Contemporary hunters face a
myriad of challenges before
entering the field. There are
lease issues, habitat maintenance
or reconstruction, predator
control or specie overpopulation,
and much, much more. Today's
hunter must be a wildlife
manager and rural land
specialist.
The University of
Florida/Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences



jPriefs


Bill McGill scholarship
fundraiser .

The McGill family is cordially
inviting you to come out and
celebrate with us on Sunday,
October 28, 2007, 3 P.M. at St.
Peter AME Church, in Midway,
FL. We, the family will be
celebrating the first annual
fundraiser supporting the W.A.
"Bill" McGill Scholarship
Foundation, for the late
Honorable Bill McGill. We are
looking forward to celebrating
with you. If you are unable to
attend, please make your
donations (check or money order)
payable to the FAMU Foundation


(UF/IFAS), County Extension
offices in North Florida and
South Georgia, and other
sponsors have assistance and
answers for the questions of
modern, hunters, wildlife
enthusiasts and rural property
managers.
A two-day Deer and Turkey
Short Course .will be held on
October 4 and 5, 2007 at the
UF/IFAS North Florida Research
and Education Center (NFREC)
in Quincy, Florida. NF REC is
located at the intersection of I-10
and Highway 267 at Exit 181. .
In addition to the UF/IFAS
presenters, featured speakers
will include BrianlZielinski from
the National Wild Turkey
Federationifoe Ha-filt-on of the
Quality.- Deer' Management
Association,. Jon Cooner and
Mark Trudeau with the Whitetail
Institute, Arlo Kane and Robert
Vanderhoof of the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, and the Brandon
Rutledge with the Georgia
Department of Natural Resource.
Green South Equipment, the
Short Course major sponsor, will
demonstrate food plot drills and
other equipment for maintaining
habitat.
Presentations will include Deer
Habitat Management, Hunting
Eastern. and Osceola Turkeys,
Hunting Leases for Deer and
Turkey, and much more.
Participants will be treated'to


lunch both days and a "low
country boil" on October 4.
The second day is dedicated to
a tour of River Ridge Plantation
hosted by owner James Dahl and
manager Walter Hatchett.
Participants -will visit food plots
and other habitat management
features. Dr. Bill Giuliano,
Wildlife Extension Specialist
from the University of Florida,
will discuss predator
management with Brad Mueller
of the American Wildlife
Enterprises.
There is a non-refundable pre-
registration fee of $75 and late
registration is $100. Contact the
Gadsden Extension Office at
(850) 875-7255 to get your
registration form which must be:
mailed with payment to
Gainesville by October 1;


c/o The Bill McGill Scholarship
Trust and mail to P.O. Box 98
Midway, Fl 32343. If you have
further question please call me at
(850) 539-6382.

Cheerleader tryouts set
for Oct. 6

Jordan International All-Star
will be holding'cheerleaders
tryouts for girl's ages 8-16
Saturday, October 6, 2007
beginning at 9:00 am. For more
information and location please
contact either Erica Jordan at
850-510-3032 or Diane Jordan at
850-510-8518.


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The TCC Quincy House
will premier different
training wvork'shops every
Thursday evening,
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at the TCC Quincy House

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The Gadsden County Times September 27,2007 3


Midway teen dies


:By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor
,A Midway teenager injured in
an accident last week has died.
;Lakeva Dawson, 15,
succumbed to injuries sustained


when she fell out of the back of
a pickup truck Sept. 20. After
the accident, she was airlifted to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital,
where she died during, the
weekend.
According to Florida Highway


as result of accident


Patrol reports, Lakeva was
riding in the back of a 1985
Nissan pickup truck driven by
her mother, Shirley Dawson, 34.
As the truck traveled west. on
Highbridge Road, she fell out,
for unknown reasons.


Another girl riding in the back
of the pickup truck was not
injured in the accident; the
family was apparently moving
furniture.
Lakeva was a student at East
Gadsden High School.


LAWSUIT from Page 1


:Marie Mattox of Tallahassee.
McLean said he could not
comment further on the pending
oase, saying that he preferred to
Have all of the allegations
answered in a' court of law.
Commissioner Taylor was out of
town attending a meeting.
:According to Locke, Taylor
limited her ability to do her job
by:
'* Requesting the issuance of
trespass warrants stopped
against persons on the property
that she felt were dangerous to
children and other residence at
the complex.
* Directing the Quincy Police
Department not to respond to
I6ocke's request for trespass
warrants, and/or inteferring with
the issuing warrants.


* Calling the Gadsden County
Times or having someone else
call to falsely report that Locke
was mistreating residents for the
purpose of generating a false
story that would smear Locke
and interfere with her job,.
economic well being and peace
of mind.
* Disgruntling families at the
complex by falsely advising
tenants that Locke was
mistreating residents and
attempting to strong-arm
residents into organizing and/or
signing a petition intended to
cause Locke to lose her job..
Contacting Locke's employer
in an attempt to have Locke
removed from her position as
property manager.
Interferring with the


complex's eviction of a female
resident to whom Taylor had
ties, or had visited at the
complex, where the reason for
eviction was a law enforcement
sting operation that triggered
arrests in the apartment of the
female resident.
* Encouraging and/or assisting
at least two tenants in filing a
false discrimination complaint
against Locke to HUD.
* Contacting the Chief of
Police, Gerald McSwain, and
instructing him and other
officers employed by QPD not
to respond to calls for assistance
from Locke and other Gadsden
Arms Apartments employees.
* Requesting that Alice
DuPont, who is employed by the
Gadsden County Times, print an


article on Locke stating that she
mistreated tenants.
* Causing the QPD to refuse to
respond to calls from Locke for
assistance on June 3, 2006,
when she requested assistance
due to drug activity on the
premises of Gadsden Arms'
Apartments.
In the complaint Locke claims,
because of Taylor, she has
suffered extreme humiliation,
embarrassment, and mental
anguish, pain and suffering,
inconvenience, loss of
consortium, lost capacity to
enjoy life, loss of business/and
profits, loss of reputation, good
standing in the community and
other tangible and intangible
damage.
Locke is requesting a jury trial.


BUDGET from Page 1


:That sent them scrambling to
riake cuts to fund the itemsthat
were in the budget and based on
unrestricted funds.
;Chairman Brenda Holt asked
for a recess to give the Brown
and Suggs time to come up with
cuts to fund programs.


Commossioners Eugene Lamb
and Doug Croley voted against
changing the ordinance. Lamb
said he voted for the ordinance
in 1987 and that he felt most
citizens wanted a say in how the
money will be spent.
Croley said he felt the money


could come from other places.
Dixon and Holt agreed with
each other that the money should
be unrestricted so that it could be
used where the need is most
acute.
The audience was heavy with
law enforcement officers many


of whom wanted the funds
unrestricted so that it could be
used (if commissioners decided
to) for salary increases.
Commissioner Derrick Price had
no comments on the issue but
made the motion for unrestricted
funds.


CLUB from Page 1


will help prepare our students for
what they will face in the real
world. Denzel Washington says
the club saved his life. We look for
it to do the same for our kids and
this is step toward making that


happen."
The clubs offer comprehensive
programs for youth, including
character and leadership
development and educational,
career assistance, sports, and


physical fitness programs. "The
opening of this club is a testament
to the commitment of hard work
and creative thinking that our staff
and the Boys & Girls Clubs' team
have put forth in turning this


concept into a.reality for our young
citizens," said Commissioner
Derrick E. Price. "This facility will
truly 'be a benefit to our youth and
we are excited about the wonderful
fruit that it will surely bear."


MEETING NOTICE
The next regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners will be
Tuesday, October 2, 2007 starting at 6:00 p.m. The following items have
been agendaed: Awards, Presentations and Appearances: Approval
of Resolution No. 2007-046 Honoring the Life of Hal Richmond and his
Public Service to Gadsden County. Consent for Approval: Approval
of Minutes May 8, 2007 Special Meeting September 4, 2007 -
Regular Meeting; Ratification of Approval of Payment of Bills;
Approval of Contract Between Gadsden County Board of County
Commissioners and State of Florida Department of Health for Operation
of the Gadsden County Health Department Contract Year 2007-2008;
Approval of Workforce Services Plan 2007-2009; Approval of Board
Member Appointment to the Workforce Plus Board of Directors;
Approval of Mosquito Control Agreement with Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACS) & Annual Certified Budget;
Approval of Cancellation of Present Gadsden State Farmer's Market
Lease Agreements and Approval of New Lease Agreements; Approval of
1007-2008 Interlocal Fire Agreement with the City of Quincy and the
City of Chattahoochee, Approval of Contract with G&L Steel Building,
LLC; Approval to Establish Budget for FY 2007 Firefighter Tanker
Grant. Consent Items Pulled for Discussion: Citizens Requesting to
be Heard on Non-Atei'da Items (3 minute limit): Public Hearings:
Public Hearing Approval of Funding for Rural Business Enterprise
Grant (RBEG) United States Departmentof Agriculture (USDA) in the
Amount of $39,735;. Public Hearing Approval of Additional Funding
for Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) in the Amount of $15,018.17; Public
'Hearing Approval of Additional Funding for the Robertsville Fire
Station Project in the Amount of $10,818.41. General Business:
Approval to Amend FY 2008 Planning & Zoning and.Building
Inspection Fees; Approval of National Association of Counties
Prescription Drug Program; Approval of Talquin Shores (Unrecorded)
Subdivision. County Attorney: Miscellaneous Items.
Commissioners Items: Receipt and File For the Record: Letter to
the Plantation of Foxchase, L.L.C. Regarding Conceptual Plan; Letter to
Department Heads Regarding Expenditure Closeout and Final
Submission of Bills; Letter from State of Florida Division of Emergency
Management Regarding Large Project Closeout; Memorandum from the
Florida Department of Health Regarding 2007-2008 Emergency Medical
Services Count Grant Application; Letter from State of Florida
Department of Community Affairs Regarding Review and Clearance of
FFY 2006 Audit, Community Development Block Grant; Letter to Ed
Allen Regarding Impacts in the Lake Talquin Area; Letter from Candace
Butler to DEP Regardihg a Sand Pit on Ocklawaha Creek;.Workshop
Invitation on Cash and Debt Management and Estate Planning; Letter
from Williams, Wilson & Sexton, P.A. to Smith, Thompson, Shaw &
Manausa, P.A. Regarding Robert Stout's Application for a Building
Permit; Letter from Chip Gray Realty, PA Regarding Property Located at
305 West Jefferson Street, Quincy; Letter from Talquin Electric
Cooperative, Inc. Regarding Annual Meeting; Letter from Florida
Department of Revenue Regarding Budget Request for FY 2007-2008;
Letter from Florida Department of Environmental Protection Regarding
a. General Permit for a Fence Replacement; Letter from Florida
Department of Environmental Protection Regarding a Request for
Penalty Reduction; Copy of a Proceeds Check from the Talquin Bass
Association; Letter from the Clerk of Circuit Court Regarding Summary
Financial Statement as of September 21, 2007; Letter from the Clerk of
Circuit Court Regarding Cash-in-Bank Summary as of September 21,
2007.
If a person decides to appeal any decision by the Board of County
Commissioners-with respect to any matter considered at such public
meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for such pur-
pose he/she may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes testimony and evidence to which the
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pinions Columns Letters to the Editor

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Editorial.. Page. ,ii
A free exchange of ideas is necessary for good governrnxent and good conrx.rmunities.


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

By Alice DuPont, Editor



Contemplation




A gift from an angel


I always have good birthdays. Such
was the case last week when I
celebrated my uh, uh (I'm not telling)
birthday. My family and a few of my
very close friends generally give me
gifts. Money is OK but I love presents.
My co-workers gave me a beautiful
single pink (my favorite color) rose and
a Happy Birthday balloon. But the sheer
magic of opening brightly wrapped
boxes sends me into a state of ecstacy.
In my family, birthdays have always
been occasions for celebration and gift
giving. I can't remember a time when I
didn't get birthday gifts. My mother was
big on birthdays as well. She would
bake our favorite cake on our special
day and, until she died, we could
always count on getting a card with
money in it.
This year, I received a very special
birthday gift. It nearly brought tears to
my eyes. My 9-year-old neice, Aryn,
made a doll house for me. She didn't
ask anyone for help, it was all her idea
according to her mother. The house is
made in a shoe box. The living room,
bath and bedroom are all on the same
level. The living room has a sofa,
recliner and flatscreen television.
This is by far one of the best birthday
gifts I've gotten in a long time. Aryn's
mother said that one night, not too long
ago, she simply asked for a shoe box.


Giving no further explanation, she took
the box and walked into her room. For
two nights she went to her room and
worked on the birthday gift for "Auntie
Alice."
I was so surprised by the gift when she
walked into the room, crowded with
family members, and made her
presentation. At first, I thought she was
showing me a school project. I said to
her that the doll house was great and
asked her what she planned to do with
it.
"It's yours. It's your birthday present,"
she beamed.
I grabbed her and hugged her and
kissed her until she was embarrassed.
It's my right as an aunt to plant as many
kisses as I want to for as long as I want
to. A right that my teenage nephews'
don't think too much of these days, but
what they want or don't want doesn't
bother me when it comes to displays of
affection.
Aryn wanted to know where I was
going to put the playhouse. I had it on
my dining room table but that wasn't the
right spot. Then I moved it to the family
room. But since I spend so much time at
the office, I have found a place for it so
that I can see it everyday for most of the
day.
This is one birthday present that I will.
forever cherish. Thank you Aryn.


Ilblljnker down

with

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



God might 'Writ' his


'Habeas Corpus"


Did you hear about the fellow out in
Kansas that is suing God? It seems he's
blaming God for every natural and
unnatural thing that has ever happened. I
just shook my head at this one. And when I
found out he was a member of the state
legislature---well, the action fell into a
more proper perspective.....
His claim goes something like this, "God
has made terrorist threats against the
senator and his constituents, has inspired
fear and caused widespread death and
destruction through such things as floods,
hurricanes and tornadoes." I would say the
fellow might want to set his-own house in
order.....but I'm not the one that is going to
be judging this thing!
It does get me to thinking. Suing seems
to be "in style" this year. And, Heaven help
me, I do want to be fashionable at all cost!
If he can sue God I should be allowed to
sue some folks I've had "ought" against
over the years.
Mother would be the first person I would
sue. She fed me strained bananas when I
was too young to protest. That's got to fit
somewhere down in the "cruel and unusual
punishment" clause. Now, if I was put
under oath, I'd have to admit that I don't
remember eating one spoonful. Honesty
compelled her years ago to testify to me
that I didn't like them. The thought today
of that squooshy mess sliding down my
tiny gullet is grounds for legal action!
If she tried to fight me on this, I'd
introduce the baby carrots and the mixed
peas. There was definitely collusion
between her and the Gerber Company.
Maybe I could get a co-defendant named
and go to arbitration on this one. Mom's
pleadings that she did it for my health just
wouldn't hold water.
I would love to sue Leon! There is no
court in the land (except maybe in
California) that could not find in my favor.
And you could throw out the "cruel and
urusual.punishment" stuff. Leon came
right at you with direct blows to the head.
And stomach. And arms. It happened so
often that it was "usual". He would tell any
jury today that he was invoking his inherit
big brother rights in order to "toughen me
up some". I could bring him to court for
"diminishing" my "capacity"!


'Course, I got use to the fights. What I
didn't get use to were things like the police
car deal. Leon and Nicky Joe Stafford
"unbuckled" the red light off of Aaron
Pinson's police cruiser and hooked it up to
the jukebox out at Frank's Dairy Bar. Judy
Seratte pushed B-11, Dion and the
Belmonts cut down on "Ruby" and the red
light commenced to flashing! The crowd
went wild! Leon handed me the crescent
wench and wire pliers and disappeared. I
. was still standing there, marveling at how
they did that, when Aaron Pinson and my
Father walked in. Daddy whipped me from
Frank's parking lot all the way out to
where the black top ended on Stonewall
Street.
I don't know if they have a statute of
limitations on being stupid.
Robert Holmes Brewer wouldn't stand a
chance if I could get him in court. He threw
the cherry bomb in amongst those big
eared animals on Mule Day. I just stood
close by when the stampede started. I
might have loaned him a match---I'm
taking the. fifth on that today: The only
crime you could pin on me was laughing
when Harley Gallimore's set of matched
grays ran up the steps of J. A. Abernathy's
Hardware store with Sally Gallimore
bouncing half in and half out of that old
buggy! Daddy whipped me from the south
side of Woodrow Kennon's Grocery Store
to just north of our front porch!
Brewer also put the sulfur in the boiler at
the high school. They near 'bout had to
turn school out. The auditorium smelled
like rotten eggs for days. Pam Collins
threw up for a solid week. And I got called
into the office and grilled by the principal.
It was a clear cut case of ex post facto law
on display!
Let me tell you what Dad did that might
open him up for litigation. When I was
fourteen years old and way too young for a
drivers license he MADE me drive that
tractor from sun up to sun down. I'd take it
to town if he needed a load of seed. After I
turned sixteen and became a valid licensed
driver he steadfastly refused to let me have
the car for a cruise around the Dairy Bar!
Something ain't right hero! I don't know to
this day if it was misfeasance or nolo
See KES on Page 7


ome


country


by Slim Randles





A matter of intelligence


"You hear they might have a
spaceship on Pluto already?" Dud
said, flipping his coffee cup into the
upright and ready-to-fill position.
Loretta came over with the coffee
pot.
"Who's they?" asked Doc.
"Oh ... the Russians," Dud said.
"Heard about it late last night on the
radio."
Herb looked over. "Wonder what
they want up there. Not much going
on, I don't think. Just a little cold
planet out there."
"Not even that," said Steve,
twitching his walrus moustaches. "I
heard they took Pluto out of it."
"Out of what?"
"Out of the planet list. It's not a
planet any more. They deplanetized
the poor little booger."


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"What is it then?"
"Just a cold rock flying around out
there, I guess."
They sipped on that revelation for
a few minutes.
"So what you're saying is that IF
the Russians sent a spaceship to
Pluto, they didn't send it to a planet,
right?"
"Well, no," said Steve. "Because
of the time, you see. IF the Russians
sent a spaceship to Pluto, they would
had to start it on its way when it was
still a planet."
"But when they got there...."
Steve nodded. "All they found was
this cold rock, and not a planet at all."
Herb took a sip. "Bummer," he
said.
Loretta poured refills. "Is this what
they call counter intelligence?"


Letters

to the'

E&,itor


Editor: ..
As concerned Gadsden County recyders and enthusiastic
supporters of Anthony Powell and past leaders who have .
worked valiantly to conduct recycling, we are appalled that
this vital county service might be halted. We are equally
shocked to learn that only 1200 of 30,000 citizens.will
financially and energetically follow the simple
requirements for recycling. We have routinely carried
sorted materials to Quincy Recycling on occasions when
materials exceeded our "green bin" capacity. Over the last
few years we have witnessed the Herculean efforts to
reduce the size of the mound of mixed trash, which has
resulted from citizen carelessness or laziness. Mr. Powell
and his workers, in only a few months, have dramatically
reduced the size of the trash heap in Quincy. Recently
special bins have been installed in which sorted recyclables
could easily be placed. For only $2 per month
thoughtfully, environmentally sensitive families may utilize
a "green bin" and sort at home. Washing, sorting and
depositing recyclables should be an American good habit.
In Scandinavia and China, everything is recycled; there are
no dumps. Gadsden county administrators should
immediately institute a strong educational program to
enlist citizens into recycling programs. Those who will not
recycle ostensibly save $2/month, but will soon pay
directly forever-increasing trash removal cost. Further, they
will pay, indirectly, those energy and transportation cost
associated with using new plastic, glass, aluminum,
cardboard and paper. Must of Gadsden County fall
backwards while the rest of our nation moves forward
toward totalrecycling? Let's save the planet not just a few
dollars.
Sincerely,
Louise and Ray Walke


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


General

Petraeus:

Hero or

Military

mouthpiece?

by Ray Abernathy

SSAN FRANCISCO Waking
up in San Francisco on a Sunday
morning has its advantages, but
one big.downside is that the
network talking head shows
begin at 8 a.m., thus an entire day
is fouled with cynical thoughts
instead of just an afternoon. This
past Sunday, Hillary Clinton
ruined my day by appearing on'
all three network shows to
explain to unctuous Tim Russell,
innocent George Stephanopoulos
and unflappable Bob Schieffer
how she voted "yes" to !apnch
the war on Iraq, but has now
changed her mind. She then
condemned the infamous
Moveon.org "General Petraeus or
General Betray Us?" newspaper
ad without explaining why she
voted "no" earlier in the week on
a non-binding Senate resolution
doing just that.
As usual, Hillary proved she's
the Fred Astaire of American
politics, able to tap dance to
almost any music without
moving her head or upper body.
Actually, that talent may be the
chief virtue recommending her to
be President of the United States,
and one should certainly vote for
her over Mitt Romney, whose
parallel talent seems to be
bobbling his head left and right
while keeping his feet firmly
planted in conservative concrete.
But the challenges to her flawed
explanations were tepid, or non-
existent. And missing from
"Meeet the Pre.," "'This Week"
and "Face ihe Nation" were any
sorts of opposing views on
whether it is appropriate to
question the intellectual integrity
of a military leader who has
served his country long and 'well.
Toisee if anyone of stature had
ever taken such a view, I
assigned my young associate,
Eric Googlemonger, to conduct
an Internet search.
Eric found an observation about
General Douglas MacArthur by
his colleague and comrade,
General Matthew Ridgway,
which certainly seems to argue
the case that military leaders can
be so flawed they demand public
examination:
"The hunger for praise that led
him on some occasions to claim
or accept credit for deeds he had
not performed, or to disclaim
responsibility for mistakes that
were clearly his own; the love of
the limelight that continually
prompted him to pose before the
public as the actual commander
on the spot at every landing and
at the launching of every major
attack in which his ground troops
took place; his tendency to
cultivate the isolation that genius
seems to require, until it became
a sort of insulation (there was no
telephone in his personal office in
Tokyo) that deprived him of the
critical comment and the
objective appraisals a commander
needs from his principle
subordinates; the headstrong
quality (derived from his success
in forcing through many brilliant
plans against solid opposition)
that sometimes led him to persist
in a course in defiance of all
seeming logic; a faith in his own
judgment that created an aura of
infallibility and that finally led
him close to insubordination."
The intrepid Mr.Googlemonger
found a passage from a speech by
another notable army man, which
more profoundly addresses the
appropriateness of questioning
the information delivered by
military leaders:
"In the councils of government,
we must guard against the
acquisition of unwarranted
influence, whether sought or
unsought, by the military
industrial complex. The potential
for the disastrous rise of
misplaced power exists and will
persist. We must never let the
weight of this combination
endanger our liberties or
democratic process. We should


take nothing for granted. Only an
alert and knowledgeable citizenry
can compel the proper meshing
of huge industrial and military
machinery of defense with our
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EMS workers tell county of need for equipment


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

"I'm terrified. Today we have
flown out two people. We ran
out of transportable trucks," said
Michelle Ostenberg. The veter-
an EMT told the Board of
County Commissioners during a
budget workshop thatthey didn't
want money (salary increases)
as much as they wanted equip-
ment that works and trucks that


run.
She said that paramedics are
leaving Gadsden County
, because they fear they are put-
ting their patients' lives in jeop-
ardy.
"We have paramedics with
100 years of experience who
have left. No one has ever
retired from EMS in Gadsden
County. They have left because
we compromise our patients,"
Ostenberg said.


One of the ambulances used.
to transport patients has a hole
in the floor which, Osterberg
said, they must navigate around
to tend to patients' needs.
Another ambulance has no air
conditioning. Only two emer-
gency vehicles are up to par.
"By next week we will have a
shortage of paramedics. I have
put off surgery I need. Brian
Beasely is working hard to get
technicians to do the lifting so I


can come back to work after the
surgery," Ostenberg said.
Commissioner Ed Dixon said
he was caught off guard by the
comments made by Ostenberg
and fellow paramedic Jason
Blackmarr. He told commission-
ers that they are handling 30
plus calls a'day with trucks that
are 15 to 18 years old. Most
calls, he said, take at least two to
four hours.
The Urgent Care Unit has


been good for the citizens who
need that type of care, but it has
done nothing to relieve EMS's
load, according to Blackmarr.
However, they can't take
patients to the Urgent Care
Center and must transport them
to Tallahassee.
"The equipment is horrible. I
wouldn't want to put my family
members in them. Some don't.
even have air conditioners,"
Blackmarr said.


Dixon said he thought every-
thing was going fine at EMS and
that Tuesday night was the first
time he had heard of the horrors
at EMS.
He said EMS Director Brian
Beasley had never told commi-
sisoners that they did not want
the ambulances with rebuilt car-
riages.
"I'm very disappointed. I had
no idea the situation was like
this," Dixon said.


Havana looks to improve, expand sewer service


By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

It'll take $10 million to make
improvement to the Town of
Havana's sewer system and
increase its service area.
But there are ways to finance
the work, said Michael Murphy,
a member of the engineering
firm hired by the town to study
the sewer system and ways to
expand it to serve Hampton
Heights and Havana South, two
subdivisions with a total of
around 350 houses currently.
"It's a significant amount of
money," Murphy, of Hatch Mott
MacDonald Engineering,. told
Town Council members
Tuesday during the regular
council meeting. "Based on the
results of the study of Hampton
Heights and Havana South, it.
will take about $12,000 per lot
to sewer the country club area.
If you sewered all three areas,


you would use 98 percent of the
plant's capacity. The impact on
the treatment plant would be
around 200,000 gallons a day."
Murphy had several sugges-
tions for the council, including
applying for a low-interest
Department of Environmental
Protection pre-construction
loan.
Payments on the loan would
not be due until work on the
facility began, he said.
Murphy also suggested the
town look into grants available
for the project through the
county and legislative appropri-
ations.
"There are a certain amount
of improvements you need to
make no matter what you do,"
Murphy said. "We're thinking
those projects could basically
be funded through a grant pro-
gram if you worked with the
county. We also recommend
you participate in the DEP low-


interest loan program ... the
town is positioning itself for
some potential growth and I
think you need to go ahead and
apply for this loan."
DEP will not likely have
money in its budget to fund the
loan until January, Murphy said,
but he urged council members
to go ahead and fill out the
paperwork requesting a pre-
construction loan.
"Connection fees will help
pay for the DEP loan," he, said.
"Another way you recoup some
of that loan is through develop-
er impact fees."
Murphy also suggested the
town approach nurseries about
allowing sprayfields to be
placed on nursery property.
"If you go to nurseries, the
Water Management District has
a program to help fund
pipelines to the nurseries," he
said.
The town now leases the


property on which its sprayfield
lies.
Councilman R.L. Miller said
he had discussed the issue of
using nurseries for sprayfields
with nurseryman Fount May
before he passed away, and that
some nursery owners had con-
. cerns about the quality of treat-
ed water.. I
"Fount May was dubious
about what's in the water," he
noted.
Murphy said he couldn't
promise pristine water, but
could vouch for its consistency.
"Most of the nurseries do
care what's in it and they want
consistency," he said. "That's
our goal, to produce a consistent
quality of affluent. It would be a
huge benefit to the town (to use
a nursery as a sprayfield."
But if county officials don't
support Havana's effort,
Murphy warned, the odds of
being able to make the improve-


Taiwanese folk sport troupe visits TCC


As part of a four-day tour of
Tallahassee and Valdosta, Ga., the
world-renowied Taiwanese Youth
Folk Sport -Troupe :will visit
Tallahassee Community College
on Thursday, September 27.
During its stay in Tallahassee, the
troupe, made up of thirty-four
teenage students from Keelung
Chung Cheng Middle School in
Keelung, Taiwan, will perform at
the Third Annual Asian Festival,
from 8 to 10 p.m. on Saturday,
September 29 at Florida State
University's *Opperman Music
Hall.
The troupe is being hosted by
the Taiwanese American
Association of Tallahassee..
Thursday's viSit to TCC will
include a .guided tour, conducted
by the College's Student
Ambassadors, followed by a lunch
with campus representatives.
The goal of the troupe's visit is
to introduce Taiwanese folk
sports, promote cultural awareness
and foster friendships between
Taiwan and the United States. The
performance will feature the popu-
lar folk-port activities diabolo
spinning, shuttlecock kicking,
rope skipping and top twirling.


GCSO


arrest


report

Frederick Fain:
FTA/RAWOV? Poss. Of
Cannibas, FTA/Flee & Elude,
FTA/DWLSR, Obstruction by
disguise and fleeing &
Elude/DWLSR; Issac Harrison:
Burglary of a Dwelling and
Grand Theft; Sergio Perez:
FTA/Battery (Domestic) Agg.
Assault; Frank Gibbs:
Vop/Uttering; Bryan Scott Hall:
Vop/Armed Car Jacking
W/Deadly Weapon and Agg.
Battery; Walter Garrett:
Vop/DWLSR; Rodney
Emanuel: Poss. of crack cocaine
and Poss. of crack cocaine with
intent to- sale; Roy Lee
Emanuel: Sale of Cocaine 3cts;
Judith Odom: Battery on
Specified Employee; Saquin
Scott: Domestic Agg Assault:
Tracy Harris: Poss. Of
Controlled Substance
*


Diabolo spinning has been a
favorite, sport with farmers in
northem China for thousands of
years. Regional variations have
resulted in an array of names, such
as the Shaker, Hollow Bell and
Hollow Bamboo. Children and
adults enjoy the beauty and excite-
ment of this sport, which com-
bines dance with drama. An expe-
rienced player can perform many
movements, such as tossing and
catching the diabolo while.simul-
taneously dancing and weaving,
Shuttlecock kicking has
evolved from an ancient form of
Chinese soccer. For more than 15
centuries, children have played
this strenuous sport in the winter,
partly to keep warm and partly for


fun. The Little Warrior kicks while
standing on -one leg. A more
advanced variation is s the, Big
Wanior or kicking with both feet
off the ground. The shuttlecock
can also be bounced off the fore-
head, cheeks, shoulders or knees.
Rope skipping is one of the
children's favorite sports. A rope
can be jumped by one person, a
pair or a group. Rope jumping has
become more and more complex
and is breathtaking to watch.
Top twirling has been a tradi-
tional game for ages. The program
includes fixed position top, top on
the stand, Frisbee top, obstacle
jumps, shoot the moon and dou-
ble-hand-held top.
SSaturday's performance will


CITY OF GRETNA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING



Project name: The Gardens at Gretna Phase I
Project number: COGSD-2007-01
Type Review: Final Plat Approval
Tax Parcel ID #: 3-05-2N-4W-0000-00320-0200, 3-05-2N-
4W-00320-0000

A Public Hearing has been scheduled to consider ,a request for
Final Plat approval for The Gardens at Gretna Phase I on two par-
cel 3.2 acre parcel in the Urban Service Area (5:1) land use cat-
egory, located oh the east side of Dewy Johnson Road (65A),
north of State Road 12, south of Williams Street, as indicated on
the map below:


The Gretna City Commission will hear the request and receive
comment on the proposal on Tuesday, October 2, 2007 at 6:30
p.m. in the Commission Chambers at 14615 Main Street Gretna,
Florida.

Copies of the proposed application will be available at the City of Gretna
14615 Main Street, Gretna. Persons wishing to comment may do so in
person at the public hearing or in writing to the City of Gretna City
Commission 14615 Main Street, Post Office Box 220 Gretna, Florida
32332. If a person decides to appeal a decision by the City Commission
with respect to any matter considered at such public hearing, he/she will
need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose he/she may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes testimony and evidence to which the appeal is to be heard.
09/27/07c


add the United States to an
impressive list of countries in
which the troupe has performed.


ments town officials want to are
\slim to none.
"I think the town and the,
county working on this together
would have a powerful punch,"
he said. "The session is not that
far off ... but if (the county) is
not going to support you, there's-
no sewer project.."
In other matters, Town
Manager Howard McKinnon
told council members about an
upcoming increase in the rate
OMI charges to operate the
sewer plant a 4 percent
increase due to "DEP testing
and the cost of living," he said.
SMcKinnon also noted that
the company the town contracts
with to provide electricity is
planning to increase its rate by
5-6 percent.


Also on Tuesday, council
members set two public hear-
ings on a request from Coastal
Lumber Company for a large-
scale -land use change.
The town recently annexed
350 acres north of town owned
by the company into town lim-
its.
The company is-planning to
build a 55 and older retirement
community on the property,
which is currently designated as
agricultural land use.
"They are requesting you
accept it as a development dis-
trict," McKinnon said.
The first .public hearing on
the request' will be Oct. 16 at
5:15 p.m. in Town Hall; the sec-
ond, during the regular council
meeting at 9 a.m. Oct. 30.


- Birth.Announcement
" Matt and Dana Youngblood of Greensboro are pleased to -
c- announce the birth of their daughter, Layla Rose born September
%|. 2, 2007. Weighing 5 Ibs. 15 oz. at Tallahassee Regional Medical
Center. She joins her big. brothers Matthew and Austin.
Her Grandparents are Luke and Cheryl. Blanchard of Greensboro;
A. V., Jr. and Connie Youngblood of Greensboro.
Her Great Grandparents are Jr. and Betty Cleveland of Quincy; A.
' V. Youngblood, Sr. of Greensboro and Marjorie Bruce of
' ^ Weatherford, OK.
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6 The Gadsden County Times September 27,2007


Quincy Music Theatre celebrates 25 years with classic


Tiddler on the
Roof' coming to

Gadsden County
Leaf Theatre


Quincy Music Theatre
begins its silver anniversary
season with the Tony Award
Winning and hilarious musi-


cal Fiddler on the Roof. The
cast of 37 represents a broad
range of the best of Leon
and Gadsden County's act-
ing community who portray
the story of Tevye, a Jewish
dairy farmer during turn of
the century, revolutionary
Russia.
Tevye struggles to bal-
ance tradition with modern
culture and the changing of


times, especially when deal-
ing with his five daughters.
Not only is Fiddler on the
Roof filled with familiar
tunes like "Sunrise, Sunset",
"Tradition" and
"Matchmaker, Matchmaker"
it is a show full of legendary
moments such as a high
energy Russian dance in "To
Life" and the famous
"Wedding Dance" where


County reviews attorney pay, services


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor.

County Attorney Thornton
Williams gave commissioners
an overview of what they get
for the money last week during
the regular meeting of the
Board of County
Commissioners.
"So far this year, from
October 1, 2006 to July, 2007,
he has been paid $409,945. Last
year he was paid about
$400,000. However, commis-
gioners only budgeted
$180,000, that's the retainer he's
jaid of $15,000 per month,"
said Clerk of the Curts Nichols
Thomas.
Williams explained in detail
what Gadsden County gets for
the money:
He said that "practically" all
issues presented before the
commission each week have
had legal reviews prior to pres-
entation to the commission and
.that the retainer is mostly for
"behind the scenes" support. He
introduced a several attorneys
in his office who do the "behind


the scenes" work on behalf of
the county. Those included
Williams himself, deputy coun-
ty attorney Paul Sexon, and
assistant county attorneys
Stacey MMillian and Doug
Sunshine.
"Over the last year, the coun-
ty has been involved in complex
legal matters. These matters are
unique and require highly
trained attorneys," Williams
said,
He said that he and Sexton
attend all regular county meet-
ings, emergency meetings,
workshops, budget hearings and
special events held by the coun-
ty. McMillian and Sunshine
attend all director meetings,
which occur after every regular
BoCC meeting. During those
meetings the pair are assigned
projects by the county manager
and various directors.
The $15,000 monthly retain-
ers pays for the following types
of legal issues:
*Ordinances (drafting, adop-
tion, amendments)
*Memorandums
*Legal parameters for policy


development
*Leases and agreements
*Contract reviews (drafting,
negotiations, enforcement)
*Legal and statutory inter-
pretations
*Pre-bid protests.
*Personnel/employment
issues
*Budget issues
*Routine legal advice to
county manager and staff
*Legal advise to County
Commissioners
Williams said that from
October 2006 through July
2007 his office provided the
county with 842.60 hours of
retainer services when they
were only budgeted to provide
769.20 hours. He pulled out the
number of hours by month that
he and his staff had logged on
behalf of the county.
For instance, last October 14
hours were spent on the
Gadsden County Noise
Ordinance and nine hours were
spent investigating employee
matters. Other routine services
included, but not limited to, a
contract for the new EMS direc-


tor, Growth Management fees
and Coastal Plywood Park lease
issues.
In November of last year,
11.50 hours were spent on PHI
Professional Services
Agreement for Engineering
Services, nine hours on Brad
Day & Company Economic
Development Service
Agreement, 30 minutes of
Coastal Plywood Company
lease issues, (another 20 min-
utes was spent on Coastal
Plywood Company in
December) and 6.80 hours spent
on Planning and Zoning.
Williams chronology
of the work he did for the
retainer ranged from a.low of
$13,123.50 in November 2006
to a high of $18,855.50 in June
2007.
The good news is,
according to Williams, is that
the county has received a cost
savings of $13,033.50 for the
months of October 2006-July
2007 and is on track for saving
another $3,000 by the end of the
fiscal year, therefore saving the
county overall $16,000.


Havana company donates paving to EGHS
na com .onats1n to


By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

At least one of the Gadsden
County School District's slippery
slopes has a fresh coat of blacktop
on it.
Newly-hired district athletic
director Eugene Lamb contacted
Peavey Construction in Havana
about the possibility of paving a
dirt walkway that leads from the
school to the football stadium at
East Gadsden High School. The
company paved the walkway -
which would normally cost
around $5,000 at no charge.
Company owner and president
Lacey Peavey was modest about
the donation.
"I try to help out, to do all I
can," he said. "It wasn't that big a
thing we just paved a walkway
for them."
But to school officials, it's a
pretty big deal when local compa-
nies get involved in helping make
needed repairs.
"That's a real plus for us,"
Gadsden County Schools
Superintendent Reginald James
said.
Lamb, who is also county com-
missioner for district 1, agreed.
He's like to see more business-
es lend a helping hand to the
school district.
"We've got a lot to do, but it's
going to get done," he said. "We
need the support of the communi-
ty and this is a prime example of
what we need. We are all going to
have to go down this road togeth-


community." ..
Anyone interested in donating
to the school system's improve-
ment effort can contact Lamb at
627-9651, ext. 290.


dancers balance real bottles
on their heads.
Tickets for Fiddler on the
Roof are $14 for adults, $11
for seniors and $9 for stu-
dents with advanced reser-
vation (ticketing charges
also. apply).
Show dates are Oct 5-6,
12-14 at 8PM and matinees


Oct 7, 12 at 3PM.
To reserve tickets you can
log on to qmtonline.tix.com
or call 875-9444 during box
office hours, 5pm-7pm
Monday through Friday.
K. Scott Goodson is the
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Quincy Music Theatre.


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Notice of City of Midway

Planning and Zoning Meeting

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


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Gadsden County School District athletic director Eugene
SLamb stands at the head of East Gadsden High School's newly-
paved walkway. (Photo by Leslie Roberts)


er and respect each other's opin-
ions."'
Lamb, 60, spent 30 years as
athletic supervisor for .the
Tallahassee Recreation and Parks
Department. During that time he
also served as head basketball
coach at Godby High School and
later, as a physical education
teacher at Belleview Middle
School in Taliahassee.
Although he had retired, he
decided to pursue the athletic
director's position. He was hired
Aug. 2.
"I saw a need and I applied for
the job," he said. "I'm trying to do
everything I can to bring the
school system to another level.
The business community is going


to have to get involved we can't
get there by ourselves."'
Lamb, a native of Midway, said
he would like to see better com-
munication between. city and
county officials as -well as with
local business leaders.
"This county is my heart. I love
'this county. I don't want to live
anywhere except Gadsden
County," he said. "In order for our
county to move in the direction is
needs to go in we are going to
have to have good communication
and respect for each other. Our
school superintendent is doing
everything he knows how to do
right now, but he can't do it alone.
We need help from city and coun-
ty government and the business


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Greensboro family farm recognized by state agency,


Clark property named 'Century Pioneer Farm'


From staff reports

A Greensboro family farm
was recognized earlier this
month as a Century Pioneer
Farm by the Florida Agriculture


and Consumer Services
Department.
Florida ACS Commissioner
Charles -Bronson recognized
Nelson and Karen Clark's fam-
ily farm Sept. 13.


The Century Pioneer Family
Farm program recognizes fami-
lies that have maintained con-
tinuous ownership of their
property for at least 100 years.
"These families have been


able to retain ownership of their
land through the depression,
diseases, droughts, freezes and
the .urbanization of Florida,"
Bronson said. "That is a great
tribute to the many generations
of these families."
The Clark property is now in
pine tree production, but was


used for cattle and row crop
production in the past.
Since the program began 25
years ago, 135 family farms
have received the Century
Pioneer Farm designation. The
program is administered by the
Florida. Department of
Agriculture and Consumer


Services with the assistance of
the Florida AgriculturAl
Museum.
For more information, or t6
apply for membership into thS
program, contact Richard
Gunnels at
gunnelr@doacs.state.fl.us or
call 850-488-3022.


FSU documentary shines light on torture through voices of survivors


Thanks to a coalition of torture
survivors who. finally dare to
speak out, a remarkable film col-
laboration by Florida State
University's renowned Center for
the Advancement of Human
Rights and award-winning
College of Motion Picture,
Television and Recording Arts
means to shatter the silence that
shields the practice of torture and
its terrible toll.


UlCary's Bail
.:m.n Agency
9.M27, 11


A special screening of
"Breaking the Silence: Torture
Survivors Speak Out" -- filmed
and edited entirely by FSU film
students -- begins at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 2, in the Askew
Student Life Center (942 Learning
Way) on the FSU campus.
Admission is free and open to the
public; seating is first-come, first-
served. A panel discussion will
follow the hour-long documen-
tary. Panelists will include Sister
Dianna Ortiz, founder and director
of Torture Abolition and Survivors
Support Coalition International
(TASSC), as well as a group of fel-
'low survivors.
Terry Coonan and Valliere


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Richard Auzenne also will be on
hand for the screening. Coonan,
the executive director of FSU's
Center for the Advancement of
Human Rights, co-directed and
co-produced "Breaking the
Silence" with Auzenne, an associ-
ate professor at FSU's College of
Motion Picture, Television and
Recording Arts -- best known as
The Film School.
'Breaking the Silence' is based
on more than 40 interviews con-
ducted by Coonan and Auzenne
with. members of TASSC -- sur-
vivors of torture from around the
world. Throughout the film, the
survivors recount both their torture
and the emotional healing begun
through TASSC, a unique organi-
zation founded by and for people
who have experienced torture.
"Shame is such a maior issue


said. "That, and the fear of retribu-
tion toward oneself or one's fami-
ly, and the belief, instilled by the
torturers, that no one would
believe them, results in the silence
that characterizes the response of
most survivors."
In 2006, Coonan -- a lawyer and
FSU professor internationally rec-
ognized for his human rights advo-
cacy and the FSU center he helped
establish -- contacted Sister Diana
to ask simply, "How can we help
you?" He offered TASSC access to
FSU's substantial human rights and
film resources. The result --
"Breaking the Silence" -- is meant
to not only support the torture sur-
vivors who make up TASSC but
also to better illuminate the harsh
realities of torture itself.Coonan
andAuzenne believe that audiences
at film festivals will welcome the


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Public Hearing Notice

The Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners
Will. hold a Public Hearing on
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
\ 6:00 p.m.
County Commission Chambers
9. -.B East Jefferson Street

The Purpose of Public Hearing will be to approve the following:

Provide additional funding for the Robertsville Fire Station
Project and Justice Assistant Grant (JAG) from the
Department of Homeland Security and to provide funding
for the Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) from the
United States Department of Agriculture.
09/27/07c


The Anointed Vessels of
Praise of Arnett Chapel A.M.E.
church would like to invite you
to join us in celebrating our


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s will be


a two-day event beginning with
a Musical program on Saturday,
October 20, 2007 @ 7:00pm
and concluding with a Worship
service on Sunday, October 21,


the shroud on torture both around
the world and now close to home.
The FSU filmmakers will offer the
documentary to human rights
organizations such as Amnesty
International arid Human Rights
Watch, which sponsor their own
traveling film festivals, and also
hope to engage public television
stations.
The FSU project took full
advantage of the wealth of talent at
the Film School, said Auzenne.
Film School credits go to
"Breaking the Silence" co-produc-
er Eric Leong (Master of Fine
Arts, 2006), who also had a hand
in the cinematography; cine-
matographer Ericka Bagnarello0
Arguello (M.F.A., 2006); editor
and sound designer Jacob'
Huberman (M.EA.,. 2006);. col-
orist Douglas Interrante (Bachelor
of Fine Arts in Film, 2006); arid





2007 @ 3:00PM. We are asking
that all choirs, groups, ensem-
bles, soloists and praise dancers
participate in the program on
Saturday.
If you have any questions,


sound recordists Gaea Denker-
Lehrman (M.F.A., 2006; Writing
Program, Film School) and
Sharon Jacobs (M.EA., 2006).
In other FSU realms,, Richard
Zarou, a doctoral student from the
College of Music, composed the
documentary's original score.
Steve Breerwood .(M.EA. Studio
Art, 2006), a former adjunct
instructor in the art department,
part of the College of Visual Arts,
Theatre and Dance, crafted its-
original artwork.
After members of TASSO
viewed the finished film, recalled
Coonan, "They literally embraced,
the students, declaring that finally,.
someone had given them a voice.",
For more information about
TASSC (Torture Abolition and
Survivors Support Coalition
International), visit the Web site at
www.tassc.org/'.





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peaceful methods and goals, so
that security and liberty may
prosper together.''
This military leader was, of
course, President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, and the quote is
from his farewell address, in
which he warned of the growing
threat of a military industrial
complex seeking to perpetuate
itself through perpetual war.


The key admonition here is
taking "nothing for granted,"
Especially when stakes are as
high as they are in Iraq.
Hillary Clinton invited
examination of every nuance of
her character, ability and.
integrity when she decided to
run for President of the United
States.
General David Petraeus asked


for the same degree of criticism
when he stepped out of his role
of commander of our troops in
Iraq into'iis current (and some
military officials say,
inadvisable) role as spokesman
for our Commander-in-Chief.
Hillary gracefully accepts her
position in the public dock by
subjecting herself to withering
criticism every day.


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Gulf County line all the way up
to Bangor, Maine!
I should sue Billie Jean Barham.


I dated her in high school. I'
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mood ring. An almost genuine fur
jacket. And more than one bottle
of Channel No. 5 in the year or so
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Gadsden County Public Works Department will be doing a bulky item
pickup' service starting Monday, October 8, 2007, for residents in the
unincorporated area of the County. It will be performed on a district by
district schedule. No household garbage or yard debris will be accepted.
Acceptable items include furniture and white goods, such as refrigerators
and mattresses. If you have any questions regarding items that can be
put out for pickup, call Public Works at 875-8672

Public Works will adhere to the following schedule in picking up items
in the unincorporated areas of the County:

District One Monday, October 8th, Tuesday, October 9th, and
Wednesday, October 10th

District Two Monday, October 15th, Tuesday, October. 16th, and
Wednesday, October 17th

District Three Monday, October 22nd, Tuesday, October 23rd and
Wednesday, October 24th

District Four Monday, October 29th, Tuesday, October 30th, and
Wednesday, October 31st

District Five Monday, November 5th, Tuesday, November 6th, and
Wednesday, November 7th

All items should be placed by the right of way prior to the first day
of pickup in your district. Thank you for helping keep Gadsden County
clean. The next scheduled Bulky Item Pickup will be in the Fall of 2008.
09/27/ & 10/04/07c


Band. You talk about
compensatory damages!
I've been thinking about suing ;
the college advisor who told me,.,7.
"Calculus will really benefit you
later on in life."
I would like to sue my children:.''
They broke every window in the '
house at least once. They
knocked a hole in the bathroom ,
wall. They sprayed mustard on ,
my kitchen ceiling and
immediately tried to cover-it up
with some gosh awful semi-white
paint that didn't come close to
matching. They buried my
screwdrivers and billfold in the .,
back yard. They brought pet rats
into the house that chewed up my
* carpet. They set my car on fire.
And then they moved away!
I can't sue them because the
other witness in the house will
take their side..She did in every.,
"case" for over twenty.years. It
was collusion at its worst!
You can clearly see there are
lots of folks that need suing in my
life. And I might get around to
some on them one day. But you C
can rest assured God ain't going ,
to be one of them! Ever! I'd be
too afraid that He might show up
to defend Himself....

Respectfully,
Kes





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By Joe Ferolito


Matt Register had a very busy week
last week helping put the finishing
touches on what was a very successful
Ted Cames Benefit Saturday night at
the National Guard Armor)y.
Matt wasn't quite as successful in
tackling me in football predictions.


He became my third win this year
picking 6 of 10 compared to my 7 of
10.
I'll try for win number 4 this week
and it doesn't look any easier that num-
ber three was as opponent Trey
Hussey rolls in.


Trey is a Marrianna born and raised
lad who graduated Marianna high in
1994.
I got to know him quite well that
year as he helped pitch. the Quincy
Post 84 baseball team into the state
tournament.
Trey. a crafty left-hander, never lost
a game on Corry Field in three years
of high school baseball and his year of
Post 84 baseball.
After high school Trey pitched for
Chipola and then for Troy.
At this time he is a nurse-para-
medic in Panama City working for
Bay Medical Center E.R. He's worked
for Bay Medical for 5 years now.
Married to the former Ashley
Hance of Panama City the Hussey's
are expecting their first child in
January. They know it will be a girl.
The parents have already named her,
Sydni Paige.
Trey is very excited about upcom-
ing parenthood. He's also excited
about trying to beat me with these pick


this week....
ALABAMA over FSU-Bama's a
little better than FSU in all aspects of
the game.
FLORIDA over AUBURN-Auburn
has no offense.
WEST VIRGINIA over USF-
Slaton and White too much for the
Bulls. -
VIRGINIA over PITTSBURGH-
Cavs have a good running game.
CLEMSON Over GEORGIA
TECH-Tommy's team is playing well.
FAMU over TENNESSEE
STATE-Have to go with the local
team.
PENN STATE over ILLINOIS-
Lions a little much for the Illini
OREGON over CALIFORNIA-
Duck's quarterback to be the differ-
ence.
WISCONSIN over MICHIGAN
STATE-Badger's at home.
UCLA over OREGON STATE-
Bruins have a solid team.
I hope I can have a solid win


with these picks......
ALABAMA over FSU-Noles just
don't seem to have things sorted out. '
FLORIDA over AUBURN-Gators
appear to be the better team.
USF over WEST VIRGINIA-My
alma mater has a big time program.
VIRGINIA over PITTSBURG-
Cavs playing just good enough to win.
GEORGIA TECH over CLEM-
SON-Jackets time to put up or shut up..
FAMU over TENNESSEF:
STATE-Hope week off helped to get
some kinks out. : .'
PENN STATE over ILLINOIS-It
would be a big win for Zook, but he's
not that lucky.
OREGON over CALIFORNA-
Duck's offense is quacking.
WISCONSIN over MICHIGAN:
STATE-Badgers play pretty steady
football.
OREGON STATE over UCLAe
Beavers dam up Bruin offense. '
And maybe I'll dam up:Trey.with
my THREE different picks.. .


Bostick leads the way as Panthers get by Sneads 30-26


Antonio Bostick passed for
two touchdowns and ran for
another to lead West Gadsden
to a 30-26 District 1-1A win
over Sneads in Greensboro
Friday night.
It was a seesaw contest that
saw the Panthers take a first
quarter lead on a 3-yard Jessie
Winbush run.


Sneads evened 'the game
early in the second quarter
when Cedrick Douglas had a 3-1
yard scoring jaunt.
It was then West Gadsden's
turn as Winbush caught
Bostick's first scoring pass, a
14-yard strike. Sneads came
back to tie things on a Douglas
5-yard dash and it was 14 all at.


the half.
Douglas put the Pirates up
20-14 early in the third quarter
when he punched in from 3
yards out.
Bostick then evened things
up with a 67-yard scoring hook-
up pass to Damien Lowery.
Jose Calderon who nailed all
four of his pat kicks, put the


Panthers on top 21-20.
Sneads came back to make it
26-21 with a 36-yard Taylor
Edge pass reception. Bostick
then got the game winner on a
1-yard sneak early in the fourth
quarter.
A miscue on an attempted.
punt allowed West Gadsden to
wrap the win up midway the


final stanza when the Panther's
Anthoney Hurbert tackled the
Sneads punter in the end zone
for a safety.
Bostick finished :the night
with 152 yards passing and 32
rushing.
West Gadsden also got big
defensive games from Jabari
Davis and Gary Brown who


combined for 15 tackles and
two sacks.
"It was a very big win for
us," Panther coach Robert
Jackson said.
"It seems we always play
close games with Sneads and
this game was no different.
"I just hope it propels us on
for the rest of the season."


:Leon holds off East Gadsden 21-12

On a sloppy field the Leon made it 7-Qrd On .t second scoring on a Darius Davis 17- on offense,.and we're working
Lions slipped past East Gadsden quarters first play it became 7-6 yard scamper to make it 14-12 on it."
21-12 Friday night at the Jaguar when Braridon Bridges inter- entering the final quarter. Defensively the Jaguars hac
Field. cepted a Dantin pass and' Kareem Council's 6-yard touch-, some bright spots most notably
Both tenms had their share of returned it 45 yards for a score. .down blast early in the fourth lineman Nick Sweet who had 13
mistakes and neither team took 7-6 was the halftime score. quarter wrapped things up for solo tackles,. five assists anc
total advantage of the other It became i4-,6 midway Leon. three tackles for losses in th(
teams miscues. through the third quarter when "We had our chances but just game.
Leon quarterback Austin Dantin got his second touch- couldn't close things out." East East Gadsden is now 2-2 anc
Dantin got the first score of the down of the night, this one on a Gadsden coach Scott Anderson they will host always tough
night on a 4-yard dash midway 5-yard run. said. "We're going to have to Madison Friday night, at Jaguaj
the first quarter. The pat kick East Gadsden came back work on getting more consistent Field at 7:30 pm.


Bishop helps Warriors gallop past RFM 42-12

A wet field didn't hinder the His 40-yard touchdown run adding 13 and 49-yard touch- homecoming game Friday nigh
-Aucilla Warriors Matt Bishop gave Aucilla a lead early in the down runs and Matt Dodson at Corry Field.
riday night. Bishop found the game. Munroe came back to get throwing a pair of touchdown t
turf at Corry Field much to his it to 7-6 right before the first passes.
liking as he scooted for 168 yards quarter ended with a Cody Munroe closed the scoring
and three touchdowns to lead Watson to Clay Kramm 20-yard with a 55-yard td run by EAST GADS
Aucilla past Munroe 42-12. touchdown pass. Dontavious Johnson. Last week: East Gadsd
SBishop and the Warriors raised The Warriors then scored the The loss dropped the Bobcats game to Leon 21-12 despite
their record to 4-0 with the win. next 35 points with Bishop to 1-3. They host Maclay in their f., ,- d, f idi;,,, f i,.


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College
Florida 30 Ole Miss 24
FSU (open)
FAMU (open)
This week.
FSU-Alabama (Jax)
FAMU-Tennessee State
(Atlanta)
Auburn at Florida
Next week
Florida at LSU
FAMU-Winston-Salem
State (Indianapolis)
N.C. State at FSU


High School
Leon 21 East Gadsden 12
West Gadsden 30 Sneads 26
Aucilla 42 Munroe 12
This week
Madison at East Gadsden
Maclay at Munroe.
West Gadsden at Port St.
Joe
Next week
Bay at East Gadsden
Jay at West Gadsden
Graceville at Munroe


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Kristen, freshman setter Munroe, 55 assists
and five service aces in three wins for the
Lady Cats last week.

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but had trouble converting them into scores.
This week: The Jaguars (2-2) will host
always tough Madison (2+1) at 7:30 pm at
Jaguar Field.
Last year: The teams did not meet.
What to look for: Madison will bring one
of the state's best 2A teams into Jaguar Field.
Defensive back Travis Arnold is committed
to FSU. He and fellow senior Harry Reddick
lead a fast tough defense. Senior quarterback
Blake Sapp has a strong arm and good
receivers in Jordan Johnson, Jabaris
Thornton, and Chad Mitchell.
East Gadsden continues to play good
defense led by a tough line headed by Sweet.
The offense needs to come around more,
especially the running game, as ball control
will be important against the speedy Madison
team.
Look for a lot of Cowboy fans to show up
as they follow their team well. According to
several college coaches Cowboy and Jaguar
fans will find one of the best concession
stands in the country at East Gadsden.

MUNROE
Last week: The Bobcats lost to Aucilla
42-12 allowing the Warriors to amass over
300 yards of offense.
This week: Munroe (1-3) will host
Maclay (1-3) in their Homecoming Game
that will begin at 7:30 pm at Corry Field.
Last year: The "two teams did not meet.
this is Maclay's first year of varsity football.
What to look for: Munroe is trying to get
some folks patched up.
They need to find some more offensive

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QPRD Pee-Wee football players (Seminoles) are eager to get the season started. The Seminoles
are coached by Vincent Rumblin. Pee-Wee tackle (ages 8-10) and Midget tackle (ages 11-12)
games are scheduled to start the week on October 1, 2007.


QPRD YOUTH
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Munroe lady volleyball win streak now at six


MUNROE DEE
MILTON-CENTRAL
(DOUBLE MATCH)

Match 1: 25-14, 25-16, 25-13

Match 2: 25-12, 25-17, 25-19

Munroe remained undefeated
in Class A District 1 volleyball
with a doublematch win over
visiting Central High School of
Milton. In the two back to back


matches, Munroe won straight
games behind the 15 kills of
senior Jill Purvis. Crystal Wade
and Ivie Thomas also provide
firepower on offense. Thomas
had six kills in the first match
and Wade 9 kills overall. In
match two Spenser Morris
added three kills and was big
from the service line with six
aces.
Coach Elliot Blake said after
.the match, "Our matches against


Milton gave us the opportunity
to rest and play our bench a
good portion of the day. -We
were also able to experiment
with our lineup and play in posi-
tions we were not used to in case
of injury."
MUNROE DEF. LIBERTY
COUNTY

25-22, 25-20, 27-25

Munroe played three close


games against Libery County
before beating them for the sec-
ond time this season. The win
was the Lady Cats sixth win in a
row. Ivie Thomas stepped up
her defensive game with 13
digs. The.junior outside hitter
also had seven kills. Jill Purvis
added seven kills and six digs.
Crystal Wade was also key on
defense with eight digs. Setter
Kristen Allen finished with 24
assists. "Although we were able


to winthe match in three games,
it was certainly a tough one. We
had a couple of girls not feeling
up to par, but they were able to
fight through it and secure the
victory for us," said Coach
Blake.
The Lady Cats moved to 10-
4 on the season.

GOLF

The Munroe golf team


dropped a district match t(
North Florida Christian last
week.
NFC had a team score of 165
that bested Munroe by four
strokes on the nine hole match at
Killearn Country Club.
Munroe's Ben Young was tops
for the Bobcats and second
overall with a 38. John-Hilton
Revell followed with a 41. Clay
Kramm and Walker Cox both
shot a 45 for the Bobcats.


Seminole ectmlin ,


For those of you who like' to
keep up with Pam Martin-Wells,
she finished in 4th place in
Baton Rouge Red River Event
and she is 2 points from being
Angler of the Year.
What a great comeback for
Bass. Mr. W.C. Johnson landed
7.5-pounder ftishini' withh
Tommy T.. from Bainbridge.
Mike Prindle went fishing with
Gizmo Roton and caught a
bunch of nice Bass on Spro
Frogs late Saturday afternoon.
He caught so many fish he come
in the restaurant just a grinnin'


from ear to ear.
David Mock, using Horny
Toads early & Watermelon
Paddle Tails late had best 5 at 18
lbs. & Big Fish about 8 lbs.
The Quincy Bass Club fished
out of Red Day Landing on the
lower Apalachicola River with
good results.
Bream and Catfish keep
coming to the dock in ever
increasing numbers. Big
Channels and Blues mixed. The
Fly Fishing was good in shel-
tered waters as the wind blue
most of the day,


Just a random thought about
xt Columbia University. The
President has got to be a nut, if I
had a child in that school I'd
bring that child home & put
them in UGA or GA Tech where
they wood be close to home
town folks. Now, everyone
should read the "Paul Harvey"
/ rest of the story. Very, very
.: interesting. He used it in a
S. recent broadcast. .One never'
knows what goes on until one
' keeps up with today's events.
W.C. Johnson of Recovery The Florida six man team
with a 7.5 lbs. bass he caught coming up out of Sneed's


UPDATE from Page 8


punch to make this an
enjoyable week for the alum-
ni.

WEST GADSDEN
Last.week: The Panthers
got by Sneads 30-26 behind
the play of quarterback
Antonio Bostick, and defen-
sive linemen .Jabari Davis
and Gary Brown. It was a
District 1-1A win
This week: West Gadsden


(2-3) will play at Port St Joe
(0-2) in another district
game. Game time is 7:30 pm.
Last year: Port St. Joe got
their running game going
and blasted the Panthers 34-
7.
What to look for:
Though the Sharks are 0-2,
they lost both games to 2A
power houses Blountstown
and Florida High. In fact Port
St. Joe and West Gadsden


both lost to Blountstown by a
touchdown. The game
should be a close one. The
Panthers defense led by
Brown, Davis, ard Leroy
Smith has been pretty solid
all year. The offense showed
some improvement last week
in the Panthers win over
Sneads with Bostick throw-
ing for a pair of td's and run-
ning for one.
St. Joe is led by all


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Contact: Alma Venisee

Investing In Our Youth
Launches a "Community Abstinence.Education Campaign"

Investing In Our Youth (IOY) is sponsoring a "Community Abstinence Education Campaign to include a series of five (5) abstinence educa-
tional training at no cost to faith groups and other organizations, in an effort to promote abstinence from sexual activity and character edu-
cation among the youth of Gadsden County.
The campaign will feature presentations to youth, and workshops to faith groups and organizations on establishing and operating abstinence
clubs. A parent-child communication component for parents/mentors and families will also be'facilitated.
Community Abstinence Education Campaigns are going on all over the country. IOY's campaign is sponsored by the Florida Department of
Health. The campaign's training and presentations will be held at the locations and on the dates as follows:
Beulah Hill M. B. Church, Highway 90, Gretna Tuesday, October 9th 6:00 p.m.
Greater Bethel M. B. Church, 560 MLK Blvd., Chattahoochee Tuesday, October 16th 6:00 p.m.
Old Jerusalem M. B. Church, 197 Carver Ave., Havana Thursday, October 25th 6:00 p.m.
Eugene Lamb Recreation Center, 420 Palmer Rd., Midway Monday, October 29th 6:00 p.m.
IOY's Headquarters, 1131-D Live Oak St., (at RR), Quincy Tuesday, October 30th 6:00 p.m.
Too often, you have heard about the problems of pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among our youth. This is a chance
to take a realistic look at Gadsden's Youth Risk Behavior Data, and decide on a role you and your church/group can play to make us a safer,
healthier, and more educated community. Abstinence education teaches our youth to slay focused, and work continuously to reach their
goals for academic success and a productive self-sufficient life.
Please RSVP no later than Friday, October 5th.


around athlete Chaz Byrd
who rushed for over 1,000
yards last year and wide
receiver Jordan McNair who
had over 1,000 all-purpose
yards.


Landing has a lot of folks
scratching their heads and won-
dering where the Bass has gone.
The Pearson brothers had a bad


day Sunday, they are from
Columbus, GA. Tallahassee
folks are looking sad with long
faces too.


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You can expect efficient, courteous employees that do the job right
the first time.


Beginning this week, we will be delivering barrels to the residen-
tial areas. We will include a flyer with your service days, as well
as tips on how to keep your barrel and community clean. The bar-
rels are 96 gallons and they are the same capacity as your existing
barrel.


We ask that you keep these barrels in your yard until your first
service day. This will eliminate having extra barrels cluttering your
streets until we start on October 1st. Please .continue to use your
existing Waste Management barrel until October 1st.


For businesses, we will begin delivering dumpsters during the last
week of September. They will also be in place and ready to be serv-
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Our schools.. Our churches...Our clubs...Our lives...




A helping hand Ftom an angel


SHIP


program


means a


safe


home for


one


Gadsden


resident


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Cars whiz up and down
Strong Road daily and, ,no
doubt, people may have
noticed what seems like a
neat little beige house on the
corner of a no-named lane.
But, as the old saying goes,
looks are can be deceiving.
That's the case of the house
where Annie Gibson lives at'
203.Strong Road. The 76-
year-old Gibson, a God- and
church-lovir g woman who
for the past three or four
years has lived with the fear
that she could fall through
her floor at any time. It's
especially bad when the
wind blows. The entire
house, Gibson said, shakes
as if some giant hand has
picked it up and given it a
good shake.
Last week ~ hen wind and
rain descended on Gadsden
County, Gibson 'mad her
way to her bedroom and
found solace the only way
she could; she went to sleep.
"I was in God's hands,
when I woke up it was over,"
she said.
"I use my cane to tap my
way through the house. I
look for the strong spots,"
she said, "that will support
me."
Gibson is not a large
woman. She stands a little
over five feet tall and weighs
less than 120 pounds. But the
floor boards are so rotten
that any of them could give
way at any time sending her
to the ground below.
But help is on the way for
Gibson, thanks to a woman
she calls her "angel." That
woman is Gadsden County's
administrator of the State
Housing Initiative
Partnership (SHIP) Program,
Phyllis Moore, who has
worked for the county nearly
30 years.
"She promised me she was
going to work to help me.
She told me that it would
take a while and she told me


Gibson points to the boards she uses to keep animals from making a home beneath her home all year. (Photo by Alice DuPont)


I had to be patient. I was
patient iand she helped me,""
Gibson said.
Within a week, Gibson will
be relocated temporarily
while crews demolish the
house she currently lives in
and replace it ,with a new
two-bedroom one-bath
home that is safe.
Within 90 days Gibson will
likely be back in fher old
neighborhood close to
friends and her church, Old
Bethel AME on High Bridge
Road. She will have
windows she can open and
she won't rely on a fan in
summer for coolness or a
small kerosene heater to
keep warm in winter.
She purchased the home in


Gibson is afraid to use the
ceiling fan and believes it is a
fire hazard. (Photo by Alice
DuPont)

1966 and was able to make
repairs and pay for general
upkeep as long as she was
employed. When she got too
old to work, after 38, years
with the same employer as a
domestic worker and cook,
she relied on a monthly
Social Security check of
$500 and $10 worth of food
stamps per month. Last year
her stamps went to $37
monthly. She won't ask for
more for fear that she might


lose the few she now gets
monthi.
Nloore said there are senior
citizens like Gibson
sprinkled throughout the
county. The SHIP program,
she said, is intended to help
people like Gibson. The
process can be lengthy and,
like Gibson, people must
have a lot of patience. In
2003, after she heard about a
program that would help
people get their homes
repaired, Gibson went to see
Moore.
Initially, Moore said, she
thought Gibson's home could
be repaired. A once-over by a
licensed inspector and Moore
knew that Gibson's home
was too far gone for even
major repairs.
Not only is Gibson's floor
in a state of dangerous
disrepair, the roof isn't much
better. Because. of years of
leaking, the roof over the
bathroom has rotted the
bathroom floor. She has tried
to make the kitchen floor
look better by placing peel
and stick tile sheets over the
wobbly floor. The area
around the sink slopes
ominously to the right. Next
to the sink, the refrigerator
also leans and looks as if it

might topple over at anytime.
"Be careful," she warns
constantly.
But even with the SHIP
program building her house,
Gibson frets now that when
she moves back into her
home she will not be able to
afford a refrigerator and
stove. Moore said she is


The bathroom floor has rotted through. Pipes and
floor boards dangle in midair. (Photo by Alice DuPont)


looking for volunteers
(individuals, groups, or
businesses) to help Gibson
get the appliances she needs.
But Gibson has unwavering
faith and she is grateful for
whatever people do to help
her.


part of the


The SHIP program has been
a Godsend for her.
"I love this (SHIP)
program. It's a good
program. I want people to
know that there are some
good people in this world,"
she said.


The outside of Annie Gibson's home on Strong Road.belie the
dangers inside. But, through the state's SHIP program, she will
have a new home in about 90 days.(Photo by Alice DuPont)


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Obitturies


Church news


Armesto, Pattie Elise

Pattie Elise Thebaud Martin
Armesto, 69, of Havana, died
peacefully in the presence of her
husband Mark at Big Bend
Hospice in Tallahassee,
Thursday, September 20, 2007.
In honor and respect of her
wishes a private commemora-
tion is being held for family
only. May her soul enjoy peace
and rest. The family request
memorial contributions be made
to Big Bend Hospice 1723
Mahan Center Blvd Tallahassee,
FL. 32308, Faith Funeral Home
in Havana (850) 539-4300 or
(www.faithfuneralhome.com) is
in charge of arrangements.
Pattie was born March 8,1938
In Buffalo, New York. She was
an active member of Buffalo's
Saddle & Bridle Club. She grad-
uated in 1956 from Miss Hall's
Academy in Pittsfield,
Massachusetts. She worked as a
Senior Field Support Specialist
for IBM in Buffalo, native Mark
James Armesto, a Harvard grad-
uate and executive with
Sheraton Hotels. The couple
traveled widely with residence
in Rochester, NY, Framingham
and Boston, MA and Settled in
Havana Fl. in 1977., She was a
member of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church in Quincy and the
Moose Lodge of Tallatiassee.
Pattie had a great passion for
life and her family especially
her three,. grandchildren
Timothy, Mark and Christopher.
She was a talented cook and her
brownies were legendary. She is
survived in life by her brother
Alexander Martin, her husband
Mark James Armesto, Sr.,
daughters Laura Lenahan
Bridge and Diane Burke
Armesto and her son Mark
i James Armesto, Jr.



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Ha'ana and Quinn


Clem, Theodore

Theodore Clem, 48 of Quincy,
died Wednesday; September
19th at Tallahassee Memorial
Healthcare in Tallahassee. He
was born December 30, 1958 in
Quincy, FL. Son of Dorothy,
Mae Anderson Clem Lee and
the late Almus Clem, Sr., atterid-
ed the public schools of
Gadsden County and completed
his education in the U.S. job
Corps. He was a member of Mt.
Zion Primitive Baptist Church,
a skillful painter and a gourmet
cook. Funeral Services were
Tuesday, September 25th, 1pm,
at New Life Church of Christ
Written In Heaven, with burial
in Sunnyvale Cemetery in
Quincy. Elder Sarah J. Battles,
Pastor the Rev. Jimmy Salters
officiated.
Madry Memorial Funeral
Chapel in charge of arrange-
ment
He is survived by: Mother:
Dorothy Mae Anderson Clem
Lee of Quincy, Stepfather:
Robert Lee, Sr. of Quincy,
Brothers: Almus Clem Jr.,
Robert Clem, Ronnie Bronson,
Henry Bronson, Timothy Lee of
Quincy, Sisters: Doretha Clem,
Joyce Austin (Gerald), Juanita
Lee, Ada Lee Gamble (Wendell)
of' Quinchey, Children he raised:
Montaya Williams and Quinda
Gadsden, Devoted friend: Tyrell
Jones of Georgia
Host of nieces, nephews, aunts,
uncles, cousins, and friends. He
was preceded in death by his
father, sister, grandparents and
other relatives.



Madry
Funeral
Home


Haber, Janith Diane

Janith Diane Haber 53, of
Quincy, FI, died on Tuesday,
September 18, 2007.
Independent Funeral Home are
in charge of Services, Janith was
born January 22, 1954 in
Quincy, Fl. She graduated from
Piedmont College, first Female
Police Officer with Charlotte
Police Department. Janith
owned a Trophy Shop &
Custom Tailoring, also lived all
over the U.S., Washington D.C.,
Daytona Beach, Fl., Hickory,
NC, Plantation, Fl., Augusta,
GA, Scottsdale, AZ., Chicago,
IL & Cleveland, OH. Survivors
include Spouse of 34 years
Barry J. Haber, Sr. of Quincy,
FL., one Son: Barry J. Haber Jr.,
one daughter Janith Haber,
mother: Essie Brown; 4 broth-
ers: Robert, Dan, Kim &
Leonardo "BO" Brown; one sis-
ter: Sarah Dunn; one
Grandchild: Sierra Diane Boyd




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Funeral Home



Jones, Annette "Nell"

Annette
"Nell" Jones
66 of
Atlanta, Ga.
Died on
Wednesday,
September 5,
2007 in
Atlanta, Ga. .
Services were Saturday,
September 15, 2007 at Greater
Harvest Christian Fellowship,
with Burial at Sunnyvale
Cemetery. Bradwell Mortuary
was in charge of arrangements,
she is survived by three sons:
Michael Howard, Dwayne,
Jones both of Quincy, Fl. And
DeAndre Jones of Atlanta, Ga.;
Four daughters: Julia Shaw-
Williams, Barbara Carter, and
STameki Jones of -Atlanta, Ga.;
and Brenda Thompson of
Tallahasse, Fl. Two sisters:
Thelma Jacobs and 'Sarah
Woods; and seven grandchil-
dren.

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Aging


agency to


hold


meeting,


training

The Area Agency on Aging for
North Florida, Inc. will hold its
Board of Directors/Advisory
Council Meeting and Training
on Thursday, September
27,2007, at' 10:30am, ET.. The
Meeting/Training will be at the
Area Agency on Aging for
North Florida; 2414 Mahan
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida
32308. The meeting is open to
the public, therefore, we request
that you notice this as a COST-
FREE service, in a manner you
deem appropriate. If there are
any problems in handling this
request or a need for additional
information, please contact
Linda Burns, Office Manager, at
850-488-0055 or burns@elder-
affairs.org. Thank you in
advance!


Britt, Maeline Potter

Maeline
Potter Britt,
79 of
Quincy, died
Tuesday,
September
18th at River
Chase
Health Care Center in Quincy.
She was born July 4,1928 in
Cottonwood, AL., daughter of
the late Everlyna Peterson
Potter and Will Potter, attended
the public schools of
Cottonwood, resident .of
Gadsden County for 10 years,
and was employed as a Farm
Laborer. Funeral, Services will
be Saturday, September 29, at
2PM, graveside at Sunnyvale
Cemetery in, Quincy. Visitation
will be Friday, September 28th,
6 to 8 at Madry Chapel
Madry Memorial Funeral
Chapel in charge of arrange-
ments
She is survived by: Daughter:
Patsann Warren of. Tampa,
Sisters; Emmie P. Robinson
(Eulys), Frances Potter (E.
Britt), Ida Potter (Larry
Johnson) of Quincy, Jelaline
Potter (Jessie Fudge) of Havana,
Brothers: R.C. Potter (Mabel) of
Havana, Willie Potter of
Quincy, Sister-in-law: Bernice
Potter of Boynton Beach
3 grandchildren, host of nieces,
nephews, cousins, other rela-
tives and friends. She was pre-
ceded in death by her parents,
sisters, brother, nephew and
great niece.


Madry
Funeral
Home



Teen grief


retreat

An important event for grieving
teens offering hope, fun and com-
munity will be held on November
8th from 8:00 AM 4:30 PM.
The Caring Tree Program of Big
Bend Hospice is hosting this
year's Teen Woe-Be-Gone at the
Retreat at Bradley's Pond. Teens
ages 13 17 who have experi-
enced the death of a loved one are
invited to attend this unique, one-
day camp where they will spend
time participating in many fun
and educational activities includ-
ing a time for personal reflection
and a special remembrance cere-
mony. A previous participant
noted "The Caring Tree helped me'
see that there are other people who
have been in the same situations
as me." Trained grief counselors
and volunteers will provide edu-
cation and support throughout the
day. A light breakfast and snacks
will be provided and Bradley's
sausage dogs will be served for
lunch! Each teen will also receive
a Caring Tree sweatshirt and other
goodies, and have a chance to win
an Apple iPod! The Leon County
and Gadsden County School
Boards have approved this camp
as an excused absence and teens
can make up any missed assign-
ments. Teens should meet at Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., between 8 9:00
AM on November 8th to be trans-
ported to Bradley's Pond, and
they'll arrive back at Big Bend
Hospice at 4:30 PM. The camp is
a free community service howev-
er donations to the.Caring Tree
Program are gratefully accepted.
Space is limited so please register
before October 29th. To register
or for more information contact
Becca White or Caitlin Bums at
878-5310 or (800) 772-5862, or e-'
mail at caripgtree@bigbendhos-
pice.org.


Unity Revival

Miracle Temple COGIC -Mt.
Pleasant Superintendent John
Lee, Host Pastor
Brought to you by WWSD
1230 A.M. "The Station For
Every Generation"
Please come join us for our
Unity Revival on October 5th
and 6th 2007. October 5th,
Speaker: Rev. Jessie Matthews,
Deliverance Temple COGIC,
Gretna, Fla. Presiding Pastor
Jerome Pendleton. Time 7:30
P.M.
October 6th -Time: 11:00
A.M. Speakers Dr. Gerald
Thomas, 'Greater Harvest,
Gretna, Florida. Presiding
Minster Addie Holt Time: 2:00
Pm.- Panel Discussion,
Ministers-TBA
Time; .7:30 p.m. Speakers
Prophet.. L.E. Cohen
Tallahassee, Florida in his pres-
ence' cathedral of praise and
elder Curtis Lollis, Breakout
Ministers Los Angeles,
California
For additional information you
may call the radio station at
850-627-4390, Twanna Nelson
at 850-381-2501 or Lillie
William's at 850-856-5041.
Please come and be blessed.

Fifth Sunday
Coalition

The. Fifth Sunday Coalition
will be 'held, Sunday,
September 30, 2007 .at Oak
Grove AME Church at 11:30
AM. The Host Pastor is Rev.
Isaiah Cole. The guest speaker
will be Rev. Louisa Thomas,
Pastor of Stewart Temple AME
Church. Everyone is invited to
attend.


Mt. Moriah

The First Bethlehem
Missionary Baptist
Association, Inc under the spir-
itual leadership of Moderator
Reverend James B. Duval will
host its Annual Session begin-


ning Monday, October 8th at
7:00 PM and ending Saturday,
October 13th at noon. The
Parent Body will convene at the
Host Church, Mt. Moriah First
Missionary Baptist Church, 302
South Tenth Street, and Quincy
where Elder Melvin E.
Crawford, Sr. is the Pastor. The
Women's Auxiliary under the
leadership of President Elesta
Pritchett will convene at the
Co-host Church, Antioch
Missionary Baptist Church,
Quincy where Reverend Lloyd
Graham is pastor. We cordially
invite city, county, state,
national leaders and all of you
to come out and worship with
us on this joyous occasion in
the name of our Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ. For more
information please call the Mt.
Moriah Church at 850-627-
7244.


Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist Church News

Intercessory Prayer each
Monday and Tuesday at 12
Noon. Wednesday at 7 P.M.
youth teaching and bible study.
Male Chorus rehearsal
Thursday at 7 P.M. All mem-
bers are asked to be present and
on time and anyone who would
like to join the Male Chorus
please meet with them
Thursday.
Church School Sunday morn-
ing at 9:30 A.M. A special 5th
Sunday will be held Sunday
Morning at 11 A.M. Come and
enjoy this service the Male
Chorus is in charge of the musi-
cal selections. The clothes clos-
et and food pantry is available
for those needing this service
please call 850-627+8442 for
assistance.
If there be therefore any con-
solation in Christ if any com-
fort of love, if any fellowship of
the Spirit, if any bowels of mer-
cies. Fiilfiye'inmyjoy that ye be
like-minded having the same
love, being of one accord, of
one mind. Philippians 2:1,2


St. James AME

St. James AME will host the
11:00 service on September 30,
2007. The speaker of the hour will
be Minister Robert D. West Jr.
Come out and hear the words of
the Lord Delivered by the man of
God In Jesus Name where Rev.
Lee E. Plummer is the Pastor for
more info contact Cynthia Dianne
Dudley Farmer Lockwood.

Saint John AME

Saint John AME Church, 4445:
Bainbridge .Highway, Quincy,
Fla., Rev. Matthew J. Bryant--
Pastor, The Mattie Jones
Missionary Society Program,
Sunday September 30,2007,
11:00 Clock Am. Speaker of the
hour, The Rev. Ernestine
Hodges from New ST. John
AME Church, Tall. Fla. Please
Come and Be Blessed.

Family and Friends
Day

-Trust God Ministries
Pastor Charlie Fryson Jr.
16 West Jefferson Street
Quincy, Fl. 32351
Trust God Ministries would
like to invite youw to our family
and friends day on 5th Sunday
September 30,2007 @ 11:00
am. Our guest speaker will be
pastor Ardella Frison of
Tabernacle of Praise
Deliverance Church Ministries,
Come one come all

Union Baptist
Association
Rev. Lloyd Graham, Sr.,
Moderator
5th Sunday Union
September 28 30, 2007
New Jerusalem MB Church
Chattahoochee, Florida
Rev. Willie Long, Host Pastor
Friday, September 28 @ 7:00
P.M.
Saturday, September 29 @
10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, September 30 @ 9:30
A.M.


Organ national meeting for Moose center set


An organizational meeting to
charter anew Moose Service
Center in this area is scheduled
for October 4, 2007 at 7:30 PM
at The Bottom Lounge 961 East
Jefferson Street Quincy. The
purpose of this meeting is to
explain'to all interested citizens
what the Loyal Order of Moose,
has to offer to you individually,
and to your community.. The
Moose is a private fraternal
order, an international organi-
zation of men and women, ded-
icated to caring for young and


old, bringing communities clos-
er together, and celebrating life.
These principles are perpetuat-
ed through independent Moose
Service Centers, Activity
Centers and Family Centers,
housing Lodges and Chapters
comprising more than a million
men and women throughout the
United States, Canada,
Bermuda and Great Britain.
The Moose supports thousands
of programs that bring commu-
nities closer .together, provide
for the youth of Mooseheart


Child City & School near:
Chicago, and care for aged:
members at the Moosehaven:
retirement community in:
Florida.
Members also enjoy benefits:
and discounts on goods and:
services all across North:
America.
To find out more about the:
Moose organization, we invite'
anyone interested to attend this:
organizational meeting. Please:
'also visit us beforehand at:
www.mooseintl.org.


ABOUT FACE recruiting teens in Quincy


Operation ABOUT FACE!
Announces its need to recruit
Teens between the ages of 13-17
to participate in its after School
Program in Quincy!!!
Operation ABOUT FACE is cur-
rently recruiting participants for
Fall 2 session! Candidates must be
between the ages of 13-17 and
receive benefits through
Department of Children and
Families to get paid to learn the
most significant requirements for
success in the business world
today! OperationABOUT FACE!
Curriculum is in an activity-based
and fun format that allows the stu-
dents to relate topics to real world
experiences and perform those
skills in hands-on activities., By
addressing the three major objec-
tives necessary for success in real
, life; educational preparation, func-


pBr~W~sa~aarr~-n~~n~a --m -----
SI In Loving Memory of'
Ethlee Smith
12/26/1952 09/22/2006
One year ago, I died like a lily on a cold day
of a winter's breeze, but as just as a rose in
spring I was plucked from the earth and
planted in the Heavens. This place is beauti-
ful, I called it home, where I'm now rooted
to live for eternity. To my family and
friends, be not worried, nor dismayed For the Lord our God shall
come again. I say to you, "WILL YOU BE READY?"
In His presence to rest upon His breast.
Joetta, Yolanda, Ricardo, sisters, brothers and family with love


tional life skills, and work experi-
ence skills, Operation ABOUT
FACE! Offers the participant a
chance to grow, have fun, and get
paid all in one! The program
begins October 29th so act now!


For more information on the:
Operation ABOUT FACE!:
Program; please contact Alvin C.;
Price, Quincy Site Manager, at:
(850) 627-7316 or:
APrice@paxen.com.
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lif (ove couCl have kept you
her, 1/o1 would have 6een here today.


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of you.
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We cannot tell the precise moment when
friendship is formed, as in filling a vessel
drop hiy drop; there is a drop which makes
It run over. So, in the series of kindnesses,
r thete ts at last one, which makes the heart
run o;.'er.
Fvicdi. our hearts runneth over for the
h earttIlr prayers, and unique ways ofsym-
p.a i'v y ou have shown throughout the
i. ,icknc i and passing of our loved one,
We pray God's continued blessings upon each


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Happy Birthday

In Loving Memory of our Mom
Mrs. Corine Bryant
September 27th

Morn, each ofus has meanories that we cherish so mncu,.
Thank you for leaving them to us. We will always love you.
Children: Ronald Bryant, Carolyn Robinson, Com Cannon and lanes Bryant, Sr.,
granddiildnn and great grndchildren
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Fall is such a pretty season, all
the different colors of leaves
and the chill in the air. Just like
fall reminds me of winter
coming, it also reminds me of
just how fragile and short life is.
In life there are seasons, similar
to the atmospheric seasons. In
the fall of life is when we should
be settling down in retirement
i trying to enjoy all the things
around us, like the leaves.
Every day of our lives we
should be sure of our salvation,
but especially late in life. Do
yourself a favor, check out your
salvation this fall, and be sure
you are ready to gol

Fanuily TiMe This V'e. z:
'Take a walk to see how many di lerenl colors and tr pol1 e.N. Lt you can fi nlI i a
Frw i tL


Sunday Monday
Revelation 1 Revelation 2


Antioch M.B. Church

Antioch M.B. Church
1003 W. Clark. Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
Rev. Lloyd Graham, Sr., Pastor
Fall Revival
Speaker: Dr. Joseph Wright of
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist
Church
Tallahassee, Florida
September 24 28, 2007
7:00 PM Nightly

5TH Sunday Coalition
at Arnett

Arnett Chapel where the Rev.
Willie E. Hagan is'the pastor will
host the 5th Sunday Coalition on
Sunday September 30 2007 at
4;00 pm. The Rev. Clifton Riley
and the St. Hebron Church fami-
ly will be' in charge of the serv-

ice. Other Participating churches
are 'Greater Tanner, Rev.
Elizabeth Yates, New Bethel,
Rev. Roosevelt Hardy. Come
and share in this spirit filled
worship experience.

City Side Music
Ministries

City Side Music Ministries is
giving away a 7 track inspira-
tional Christian Rap CD. CD
features George Simmons,
Praise With A Purpose and
Brother Terrell all ministering
the word thru music. CD is
intended for parents who want to
get their youth and teenagers
involved in Christ thru music.
CD Titled: "A Million And
One Souls Saved" Songs are
very up lifting and speaks on the
fruits of the spirit and staying
motivated in Christ.
If you would like 1 or more
free copies delivered or mailed
to you call Holy Hustle
Entertainment @ (850) 491-
3284- or City Side Music
Ministries @ (850) 224-2489
Cityside Music Ministries will
start a New Christian Radio
Show beginning Sunday,
September 30, 2007 3:30pm
until 4:30pm. The show will be
called Celebrities In Christ, the
Christian Rap Radio Show will
be broadcast on WTAL 1450
AM or www.wtall450.com. The
purpose of the show is to attract
the unsaved youth, to save their
soul and bring them to Christ by
giving them a different alterna-
tive music rap selection which is
Christian rap, gospel and
Christian music. Their features
will be a segment dedicated to


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pastor, minister or other
contact us to book a day t(
and be interviewed about
your business or ministry
at 850-224-2489. Show
Brother Steve, Ms. Shalo
Brother Terrell

Fifth Sunday Coal
at Oak Grove

When: September 30, 2
Where: Oak Grove
Church
Time: 11:30 AM
Speaker: Rev. Louisa T'
Pastor: Rev. Isaiah Cole
Participants: Greenshad
Grove,, Stewart Templ
Union Chapel

Gospel sing

A Gospel Sing will be
Friendship A.M.E. Chu
401 Martin Luther King
Chattahoochee Florida 32
Saturday, September 29,,2
6:00 P.M
There will be three
from Tampa, Florida Feat
(1) Life in Christ Cor
Church Male Chorus
(2) Christ United Me
Church Choir
(3) Victory Tab
Missionary Baptist Churc
Chorus
Please join us for an
of songs and praise.

Glorious Church Of Go
Havana, Florida
Pastor: Annie R. Sherm
You are cordially inv
attend our annual Wome
Service to be held
Glorious Church of God I
Florida. Sunday .Octob
2007 at 11:00 am. The ch
located on 510 Collin
Please come and Prais
With Us. For additional in
tion, please call Pastor
Sherman at 850-668-6
Sister Leola Maddox
893-1924. September 3(
Fifth Sunday Service a
a.m.

Greater Harvest

Sunday, September 3
6pm Light of Life
Fellowship held at
Harvest Christian Fellow


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owner,
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Tuesday, October 2nd @ 7pm -
Tuesday Nights .
Togehter {Pastoral Teaching)
Wednesday, October 3rd @
6pm GH Gospel Choir
Rehearsal
Thursday, October 4th @ 7pm
- GHCF will be in service with
Glory Tabernacle in Gretna, Fla.'
Saturday, October 6th @ 10am
- Harvest Institute (open to the
public)

Upcoming Events:


ition .' '<
Friday, October 12th @ 7pni -..
Si.. i; & GH Ladies Night Out "
October 17th' @ 7:15pm;
007 Greater Harvest 6th Year
AME Anniversary
Guest Church: Pastor Ronald
McCloud & St. John C.O.G.I.C.
homas (Quincy, Fla.)
October, 18th @ 7:15pm,
le, Oak Greater Harvest 6th Year Church
e, and Anniversary
October 19th @ 7:15pm;
Greater Harvest 6th Year Church
Anniversary
Guest Churchs: Pastor Mark
held at Wilkeison & Old Jerusalem
arch at M.B. Church (Havana, Fla.)
g Blvd. Pastor Jahazel Dawkins &
2324 on Bostick Temple Christian Center
2007, at (Quincy, Fla.)
October 21st @ 6pm; Greater
groups Harvest Pastoral Founder's
during: Night
imunity Guest Speaker: Pastor John
Lee & Miracle Temple
methodist C.O.G.I.C. (Gretna, Fla.)

ernacle Highly Exhalted Praise
h Male Ministries

evening
Sunday School Every Sunday at
9:45am
d 1 Sunday Service Every Sunday at
11:00am
an Praise & Worship Every
cited to Wednesday at 7:30 pm
en Day September 26-28, 2007 "Season
at the Are Changing"
HaRevival Part I continued
Havana
,er 7th Speaker: Evangelist Curtis Lollis
church is 7:30 pm nightly at H.E.P.M
s Ave. September 29-H.E.P.M. at
e God Liberty Outreach Center/Pastor
nforma- Donald Glover at 7:00pm.
Annie October 3-H.E.P.M. at Glory
730 or Tabernacle/ Pastor Shirley Moore.
t 850- Gretna, Fl. at 7:30pm
0-2007- October 4-Apostle Copeland at
t 11:00 Old Jerusalem Praise & Worship
Conference (Havana)
October 6-H.E.P.M at Faith cor-
nerstone/ Pastor Virginia Smith
(Malone) Visit our website at
iicorministries.com (all lowercase
0'th @ letters) For more information
District please Call Pasty Henry at 850-
Greater 875-4497 Mon-Friday 10:30-3:30
ship p.m.


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2040 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Quincy, FL 32351 627-5322
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101 S. Adams St.
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Benita McMillian
320-3422 Sales Associate
Off/Fax: (850) 385-4854 Cell: 212-3428
E-Mail: benitamcmillian@yahoo.com
www.realestatedepots.com


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of your feet from the ground and other natural elements, such as cold weather or snow. In Did you know thai before the.industrial
warmer climates, shoes are used to keep the soles of your feet from burning. Perhaps the oldest age shoes were made entirely by
type of shoe still worn today is the leather sandal. Sandals have been worn in the Middle East for hand? Shoemakers were called
thousands, perhaps nrillions, of years. Arabs and other nomadic people wear them to keep the cordwainers or cobblers The shoe,
sand from continuously being in their shoes. The Dutch have worn wooden shoes for centuries. usually made
The lands of Holland are wet and swampy, thus making a wooden shoe a good thing to have from leather, was
there, On Christmas Eve, Dutch children place wooden shoes out for St Nick to fill up In China. built around an iron
it is considered bad manners to wear your shoes inside a home. In Ancient China, when a person or wooden shoe-
died they were buried in special "Longevity Shoes." These shoes had traditional Chinese symbols shaped block called
on them pertaining to a person's afterlife. Another Chinese tradition involvess foot binding Small a last There are
feet are considered beautiful in Chinese culture, thus, a special type of shoe was created to bind few true cobblers
a woman's feet to keep them from growing. Foot binding is no longer practiced. The high heeled still working today.
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horse's saddle. It was so popular that it became a fashionable trend among the wealthy, quickly -.
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If you would like to share news about
your family, social or organization's activi-
ties you may submit news and photos to
gctimes@comcast.net. People items are
free of charge, but must be received by 9
a.m. Monday for that week's issue.
Information may also be faxed to us at
627-7191 or brought to our office at 15 S.


BASF employees deemed 'Work Ready'


By Greg McDonald,
Continuing Education Director,
Bainbridge College

Four employees of the BASF
Catalyst plant in Attapulgus have
gained the distinction of being the
first persons in Decatur County to
be certified by Bainbridge
College as Work Ready.
The local Work Ready Program
is a cooperative venture involving
the Chamber of Commerce, local
government and Bainbridge
College (BC). The Georgia Work
Ready Program is an initiative of
Governor Sonny Purdue and is
being implemented by the
Commission for a New Georgia
and the Department of Technical
and Adult Education.
The program's concept is
simple. Utilizing the WorkKeys
assessment system, employee
skill levels are assessed in three
critical areas to determine if they
are ready for' the work an
employer requires.
Employees (or prospective
employees) are tested on applied
mathematics, reading for
information, and locating
information. The person's scores
determine the certification level -
platinum, gold, silver or bronze.
Gold certification is equivalent to
being college ready with no
remediation necessary.
Of the four BASF employees
assessed, one attained gold
certification and three attained
silver. This is quite an
accomplishment for -the
individuals and the plant itself,
said Gean Hendrix, BC's director


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Left-right are BASF Facility Manager Scott Pounds, Silver Certificate recipients Gene Maxwell,
Ricky Harrison and Frank Chandler, Gold Certificate recipient Zeb DeGraw, and BC Business and
Industry Services Director/Work Ready Coordinator Gean Hendrix.


of Business & Industry Services
who presented their certificates.
He congratulated the four for
setting the standard for BASF and
for employees throughout
Decatur County to emulate.
"Decatur County can become
Georgia Work Ready if business,
industry, and the education
system will become more
involved in the process," Hendrix
said, noting there is no charge for
testing employees on the three
critical skills areas.
BASF facility Manager Scott
Pounds expressed his pride in the
initiative and the drive that the


four men have to attain
certification and to strive to
improve their situations.
"We are proud of these guys,
and proud to work with
Bainbridge College to support
our employees. Our company will
surely benefit from this."
The Georgia Work Ready
Program offers numerous
benefits, including increased
profitability and return on
investment for manufacturing
companies. One Macon company
reported that using WorkKeys
assessment in hiring and
promotions resulted in 67 percent


reduction in cost and time to hire
qualified candidates, 200 percent
improvement in training entry-
level employees, 30 percent
improvement in production
efficiency and 6 percent reduction
in waste.
Gaining Work Ready
Certification is free to Georgia
residents. A person may begin the
SWorkKeys assessment process by
calling BC's Continuing
Education Division (229-248-
2516). The: assessment process
takes. about three hours. Also,
skill gap training can be done at
no additional charge.


Leverson, Smith to wed


Shameka Leverson and
Chadwick Smith are happy to
announce upcoming nuptials.
Shameka Leverson is the
daughter of the late.John Wesley
Leverson and Mrs. Willie
Leverson Lee (Quincy, FL). She
is the granddaughter of the late
Willie James Threatts (Miami,
FL) and the late Lottie Lee
Threatts (Quincy, FL) the late
Wesley Leverson (Tampa, FL)
and Annie West (Quincy, FL.)
Chadwick Smith is the son of.
Tooshay Smith (Quincy, FL) and
Tonya Gaines (Tallahassee, FL).
He is the grandson of Ruby Lee
Mitchell (Quincy, FL) and Junior


Smith (Carol Smith) and Emma
Brown (Quincy, FL). Shameka is
a graduate of James A. Shanks
High and Florida A & M
University and is currently
employed with the Florida
Division of Emergency
Management. Chad is a graduate
of James A. Shanks and Florida
A&M University and is currently
employed with Capital City
Bank. The ceremony will be held
at Miracle Temple Church of God
in Christ, 2865 Bluestar Hwy, Mt.
Pleasant, FL 32332 September
29, 2007 at 3 pm.
All family and friends are
cordially invited.


Rotary Youth Camp receives $21,500 from Quincy Rotary Club


Each year the Quincy Rotary
Club sponsors a golf tournament
to raise money for the Rotary
Youth Camp. This year the club
raised $21,500 for the camp.
Camp director, Leslie Smith
gave the Quincy Rotary club an
overview of this year's camp last
*week that included a slide show
presentation of the campers and
their activities.
Smith said the camp was a great
success this year and thanked the
Quincy club for their ongoing
support.
The Rotary Camp is unique in
that it allows children who have
disabilities to enjoy a week- of fun
and games.
Two sessions were held this
summer on July 7-13, 2007 for an
Older Group and July 14-20,
2007 for the Younger Group at
the Centenary Methodist Camp in
Mt. Pleasant.
The Rotary Youth Camp is
supported by the Rotary Clubs in
District'6940 and is dedicated to
giving children an unequaled
camping experience,
The camp enables campers to


* are still helping each year with
the camp.
For more information about the
camp go online at
www.nfryc.org.


TABLES
Coffee & 7vo End
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Quincy Rotary Club members are shown with this year's $21,500 check to the camp. Holding the check are left to right: Club President
David Gardner, camp director Leslie Smith and Golf Tournament chairman Flake Cloud.


grow in self-confidence and to
experience success in physical
activities and human
relationships.
Funding of Rotary Youth Camp,
Inc. is provided by the sponsoring
Rotary Clubs, Rotarians and


Friends of the Camp.
Any person, group or company
may co-sponsor a camper can
contact Rotary president David
Gardner at 850-627-9231.
No campers are charged a fee.
Each camper has a counselor


assigned to them, that is both
'responsible for their well being
and to ensure they experience a
real camp atmosphere.
About 40 children had the
opportunity this year to enjoy
swimming, arts and crafts,


camping, archery and a host of
other camp activities.
Counselors are paid a small
,stipend, Smith told the club, to
work 'with the children. Many of
the counselors started while in
high school and after nine years


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Girl Scout Friendship Festival set for Sept. 29


The Girl Scout Council of the
Apalachee Bend (GSCAB) is
calling all girls ages 5-18 for a
morning of fun activities at
Friendship Festival on September
29. The event, for girls interested
in joining Girl Scouting and
current members, will take place
at Tom Brown Park at Lake Leon,
'501 Easterwood drive,
Tallahassee from 10:00 am to
12:00 pm.


ooriefs

Shanks class of 1985
meeting

James A. Shanks Class of 1985
will have a class meeting on
Sunday, October 7, 2007, at 4:00 at
Applebee's Neighborhood Grill &
Bar, 1388 Capital Circle NW,
Tallahassee, Florida.
For more information you may
contact Shelia Thomas-Dickey at
850-545-9960

Faircloth reunion

Friends and relatives of the late
Dempsey Faircloth and his
decedents will hold their 33rd
Annual Reunion on Saturday,


In keeping with the traditional,
girls make new friends while
keeping in touch with old friends
met through Girl Scouting.
Participants will enjoy a number
of crafts and games information
about being a part pf the premier
organization for girls for 95 years.
"More than 50 million girls have'
built leadership skills through Girl
Scouting 'since the organization
began with one troop of 18 girls



October 13, 2007 at Pat Thomas
Park Quincy, Fl. Lunch will be
served at 12:30 pm after a short
business meeting at 12:00pm. Those
attending are asked to bring a
covered dish basket lunch as well as
information relating to the Faircloth
history and photographs to share
with the group. A FISHING
CONTEST FOR THE KIDS! For
further information please call 850-
627-2340.

Veterans Service Office
News

The Gadsden County Veterans
Service Office will be closed on
October 1st, 2007 thru October 5th,


in 1912," stated Raslean M. Allen,
CEO of Girl Scout Council. "Girl
Scouting in our community builds
girls of courage, confidence and
character. Friendships made and
skills learned through the range of
activities provided will remain
with the girls for the rest of their
lives"
The programs of Gigl Scouts
.teach girls to discover, connect,
and take action, while building


2007. The staff will be attending
County Veterans' Service Officers
Association Fall Training given by
the State of Florida Department of
Veterans Affairs in Tampa, Florida.


courage, confidence and character
to make the world a better place.
The Girl Scout Council of the
Apalachee Bend, Inc., a United
Way agency, serves 3,004 girls
and 1,302 adults in Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor,
Wakulla, and Washington,
counties. To volunteer or to join
Girl Scouts, call 1-800-876-9704


We will reopen on Monday October
8th, 2007. To ensure that you do not
miss your scheduled VA medical
appointment, please contact this
office by 3:00 p.m. September 30,.


That's all we're going to say.


W. 180)ctWI (Uo coa0000mant
H Look who's turning 18. Mama's
boy is becoming a young man.
Happy Birthday Quint and may
God bless you with many more.

Love Mom
Sha Jr. & Dricka s ')


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 07000324 CPA

IN RE: ESTATE OF
DELORES BRYANT
BLAKE
Deceased.


NOTICE- TO
TORS


CREDI-


The administration of the
estate of Delores Bryant'
Blake, deceased, whose
date of death was
August 2, 2006, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court.
for Gadsden County,
Florida,. Probate
Division, the address of
which is 10 East
.Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL 32351. The names
and addresses of the
personal representatives
and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or
demands against estate
on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having'claims and
demands against dece-'
dent's estate must file
their claims with this
court. WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH' IN 'SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE, DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF
DEATH BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is
September 27, 2007.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
John O Williams
Florida Bar No 0320420
Williams and Holz, P.A.
211 Eats Virginia Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Telephone: (850). 224-
4510
Fax: (850) 224-3722

(SEAL)

P e r s o n a I'
Representative:
William D. Blake
1955 Greensboro
Highway


Quincy,.FL 32351
9/27,10/04-07

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

BAYVIEW LOAN SER-
VICE. LLC, A Delaware
Limited Liability
Company,
Plaintiff,

Vs.

LAMONT BROWN,
BONITA BROWN,
UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION #1
AND #2, et. al.
Defendants)

NOTICE OF FORCLO-
SURE SALE

-NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 10,
2007, entered in Civil
Case No. 07-000846-CA
of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit in
and for Gadsden County
Florida, wherein
BAYVIEW LOAN SER-
VICING, LLC, a
Delaware Limited
Liability Company,
Plaintiff, and LAMONT
BROWN and BONITA
BROWN, are
Defendants.

I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash, at the
South Door of the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, 10 East
Jefferson Street, Quincy,
FL 32351, at 11:00 a.m.,
on the 30th day of
October 2007, the follow-
ing described real prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Summary judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT 5, BLOCK 2, ON
AND ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT OF
BARNES ADDITION TO
THE TOWN OF RIVER
JUNCTION (NOW
CHATTAHOOCHEE),
FLORIDA, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
92, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF GADSDEN COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, AND
BEING A PART OF HE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4,
SECTION 33, TOWN-
SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE
6 WEST, SITUATE,
LYING AND BEING IN
THE TOWN OF CHAT-
TAHOOCHEE, COUNTY
OF GADSDEN AND
STATE OF FLORIDA.
If you are a person
claiming a right to funds
remaining after the sale,
you must file a claim with
the clerk no later than 60
days after the sale. If you
fail to file a claim you will
not be entitled to any
remaining funds. After 60
days, only the owner of
record as of the lis pen-
dens may claim the sur-


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plus. FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE
WITNESS my hand and SALE.
the seal of the court on
September 17, 2007. Notice to person with dis-
abilities. If you have a
NICHOLAS THOMAS disabilities which
CLERK OF THE COURT required any accommo-
dation in order to partici-
S pate in this proceeding
(SEAL) you are entitled at no
cost to you to the provi-
BY: BETTY SUE SAD- sions of certain assis-
BERRY tance, please contact
Deputy Clerk NICHOLAS THOMAS
9/27, 10/04-07 CLERK AT (850) 875-
8601 or write to him at
IN THE CIRCUIT P.O. box 1649 Quincy,
COURT OF THE 2ND FL 32353 within 2 work-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ing days of your receipt
AND FOR GADSDEN at this notice. If you are
COUNTY, FLORIDA hearing or voice
CIVIL DIVISION CASE impaired call 1-800-955-
NO. 05 1143 CAB 8771.
JPMORGAN, CHASE Dated this 17th day of
BANK, AS TRUSTEE, September, 2007.
Plaintiff
NICHOLAS THOMAS
Vs. CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
NATASHA PATRICE
EDWARDS, A/K/A (SEAL)
NATASHA P:
EDWARDS; UNKNOWN BY: BETTY SUE SAD-
SPOUSE OF NATASHA BERRY
PATRICE EDWARDS DEPUTY.CLERK
A/K/A NATASHA P. 9/27,10/04-07
EDWARDS; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE AS IN THE CIRCUIT
UNKNOWN TENANT (S) COURT FOR GADSDEN
IN POSSESSION OF COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE SUBJECT PROP- PROBATE DIVISION
ERTY, FILE NO. 07-
Defendants. 000421CPA FLORIDA
BAR NO. 108196
RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE ,IN RE:. ESTATE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY ELIZABETH F. FLETCH-
GIVEN pursuant to a .ER
Motion and Order Deceased
Resetting Foreclosure
Sale Date dated the 10th NOTICE TO CREDI-
day of September 2007, TORS
and entered in Case No. The administration of the
05 1143 CAB, of the Estate of ELIZABETH F.
Circuit Court of the 2nd FLETCHTER, deceased,
File Number 07-
Judicial Circuit in and for 421CPA, is pending
Gadsden County, in the Circuit Court for
Florida, wherein
JPMORGAN CHASE Gadsden County, Florida
BANK, AT TRUSTEE is. NOTICE TO CREDI-
the Plaintiff and NATSHA TORS
PATRICE EDWARDS The administration of the
A/K/A NATASHA P.
A/K/A NATASHA Estate of Elizabeth F.
EDWARDS;UNKNOWN Fletcher, deceased, File
SPOUSE OF NATASHA erde ,Ce
SPOUSI'EDAARDS Number 07-000421CPA,
PATRICE EDWARDS
A//A NATSHA is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gadsden
EDWARDS; JOHN DOE; County, Florida, Probate
UNKNOWJANE DOE AS Division, the address of
,UNKNOWN TENANT (S) which is Gadsden

1N POSSESSION OF County Courthouse,
THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants. I Quincy, Florida. The
will sell to the highest the C o-Personal
and best bidder for cash Representative and the
at the GADSDEN Representative and the
at the GADSDEN
COUNTY COURT-Co P rsona
HOUS SOUTH E Representatives' attor-
O COUTHUSE ney are set forth below.
TPOF COURTHOUSE All creditors of the dece-
STEPS, 10 EAST JEF- dent and other persons
FERSON, QUINCY, having claims or
FLORIDA, at the demands against dece-
Gadsden County dent's estate, including
Courthouse, in Quincy, unmriatured, contingent,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on or unliquidated claims,
the 17th day of October, on whom a copy of this
2007, the following notice is served within
described property as three months after the
set forth in said Final date of the first publica-
Judgment, to wit: tion of this notice must
file their claims with this
LOT 1 BLOCK C, SUB- Court WITHIN THE
DIVISION PHASE 2 LATER OF THREE
AND 3, AS PER MAP MONTHS AFTER THE
OR PLAT THEREOF, DATE OF THE FIRST
RECORDED IN PLAT PUBLICATION OF THIS
BOOK 2 PAGE 94, OF NOTICE OR THIRTY
THE PUBLIC DAYS AFTER THE
RECORDS OF GADS- DATE' OF SERVICE OF
DEN COUNTY, FLORI- A COPY OF THIS
DA. NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
ANY PERSON CLAIM- decedent and persons
ING AM INTEREST IN having claims or
THE SURPLUS FROM demands against the
THE SALE, IF ANY, estate of the decedent,
OTHER THAN THE including unmatured,


PROPERTY OWNER AS contingent, or unliquidat-
OF THE DATE OF THE ed claims, must file their
LIS PENDENS MUST claims with this court


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WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION ON THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED. The date
of the first publication of
this Notice is September
27, 2007.
Co P er s o na l
Representatives:
SUZANNE F. HOOD
225 Alba Avenue
Quincy, FL 32351
And H. MAXWELL
FLETCHER, JR,
113 N. Madison Street
Quincy, FL 32351
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives:
Lines, Hinson and Lines
121 N. Madison-,Street ;':
Post Office Box 550
Quincy, Florida 32353-
0550
Telephone: (850) 875-
1300
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Gadsden Mini Storage
will. be having a Sale on
the following units,
October 4, 2007, for non-
payment of Rent: Alex
Albritton, G-201; Travis
Barkley, J-290; Sonja
and Horace Brown; C-
105; Deneshia Butler, I-
263; Harold Carter, N-
495; Harry Cloud, L-439;
Sharon Dudley, C-106;
Shanetha Graham, P-
620; Diane Green, 0-
587;. Semiko Harris, M-
440; Dorothy Hughes, G-
211; Kelvin H, Jackson,
M-478; Patrice Jackson,
P-623; Chassiter
Johnson, M-PP; Louise
Jordan, M-442; Rodney
S. Moore, A-004; Kenny
Paden, K-319; Latonya
Safford, M-460; Richard
Stineman, L-432; Daisy
Williams, 0-557.

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO. 06-
000773 CA

YALE MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
Plaintiff

Vs.

MICHEAL JOHNSON
and LYNN CHRISTEN,
Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Amended Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 1, 2007, and
a Final Judgment on the
Second Mortgage and
Note dated February 28,
2007, and entered in
Case No: 06-000773 CA
of the Circuit Court of
Second Judicial Circuit,
in and for Gadsden
County, Florida, wherein
YALE MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION, Plaintiff,
and MICHAEL JOHN-
SON and LYNN CHRIS-
TEN, Defendants, I will
sell to the highest bidder
for cash on the 24th day
of October, 2007, at 10
E. Jefferson Street,
Quincy, Florida at 11:00
a.m., the following
described property as
set forth in said Default
Final Judgment lying and
being situate in Gadsden
County, Florida, to wit:
PARCEL 1: Commence
at the Southeast corner


of Fractional Sectional 1,
Township North, Range
2 West, Gadsden
County, Florida, and run
North 89 degrees 04
minutes 47 seconds.
West (bearing Base)
1054.48 feet to the East
right-of-way line of U.S.
Highway No 27, thence
run North 89 degrees 56
minutes. 09 seconds
West 163.97 feet to a
concrete monument on
the West right-of-way
line of US Highway No.
27 and the POINT OF
BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING
and leaving said right-of-
way line run along a
fence line North 89
degrees 59 minutes 19
seconds West 137.05
feet, -thence North 23
degrees 25 minutes 43
seconds East 208 17
feet, thence North 47
degrees 25 minutes 47
seconds West 321.07
feet, thence South 13
degrees 36 minutes 38
seconds West 72.94
feet, thence North 88
degrees 59 minutes 19
seconds West 149.25
feet, thence North 00
degrees 01 minute 41
seconds East 515.12
'feet, thence South 86
degrees 51 minutes 39
seconds East 831.27
feet to the west right-of-
way line of US Highway
No. 27, thence with said
right-of-way line run
South 23 .'degrees 48
minutes 01 second West
744.55 feet to tie POINT
OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED
ACCESS EASEMENT:
ACCESS EASEMENT:
Commence at the
Southeast corner of
Fractional Section 1,
township 3 North, Range
2 West, Gadsden
County, Florida, and run
North 89 degrees 04
minutes 47 seconds
West (bearing base)
1054.48 feet to the East
right-of-way line of US
Highway No. 27, thence
run North 89 degrees 56.
minutes 09 seconds
West 163.97 feet to a
concrete monument of
the West right-of-way
line of US Highway No.
27 and the' POINT OF
BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING
run North 88 degrees 59
minutes 19 seconds
West 137.05 feet, thence
North 23 degrees 25
minutes 43 seconds East
45.00 feet, thence South
86 degrees 15 minutes
59'seconds East 134.82
feet to the right-of way
line of US Highway No.
27, thence with said
right-of-way line run
South 23 degrees 48
minutes 01 second West
38.17 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
NOTICE ANY PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS
TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT
941-637-2281, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD): 1-800-
955-8770 (V), VIA
FLORIDA RELAY SER-
VICE, NOT LATER
THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PRO-
CEEDING.
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. THIS CLERK
SHALL RECEIVE A
SERVICE CHARGE OF
UP TO $60 FOR SER-
VICES IN MAKING,
RECORDING, AND
CERTIFYING THE SALE
AND TITLE THAT
SHALL BE ASSESSED
AS COSTS. THE
COURT, IN ITS DIS-
CRETION, MAY
ENLARGE THE TIME
OF THE SALE. NOTICE
OF THE CHANGED
TIME OF SALE SHALL
BE PUBLISHED AS
PROVIDED HEREIN.
DATED this 14th day of
September,'0207.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/27,10/4-07

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
07000425 CPA

COLUMBUS'BENJAMIN
MCGILL, JR.
Decedent

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIM OR DEA-
MANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN TH
ESTATE TO ALL PER-
SONS WHO BELIEVE
THAT THEY ARE THE
RIGHTFUL HEIRS
LEGATEES, DEVISEES
OF COLUMBUS' B.
MCGILL, JR., WHO
DIED WITHOUT A WILL
ON FEBRUARY 4, 1999
IN ARLINGTON, TEXAS.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that the administration of
the Estate of COLUM-
BUS B. MCGILL, JR.,
Deceased, case number
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gadsden
County, Florida, the
address of which is
Gadsden County
Courthouse, P.O. Box
231, Quincy, Florida
32353-0231. The
Personal Representative
is Walter E. McGill, P.O.
Box 181893, Arlington,
Texas 76096. The name
and address of the
P e r s o n a I
Representatives
Attorney is MARVA A.
DAVIS, 121 S. Madison
Ave., Quincy, Florida
32351.
All persons having claim
or demands against the
estate are required, ON
OR BEFORE October
29, 2007, to file with
Clerk's Office of the
above court a written
statement of any claim,
or right of inheritance
they may have. All per-
sons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of
the Notice of
Administration has been
mailed are required, ON
OR BEFORE October
29, 2007, to file any
objections they may
have that challenges the


qualifications of the
Personal Representative
or the Venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court.
FAILURE TO SERVE
AND. FILE WRITTEN
DEFENSES MAY
RESULT IN A JUDG-
MENT OR ORDER FOR
RELIEF DEMAND,
WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE.. ALL CLAIMS;
DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
Dated on this 19 day if
September, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
As Clerk of the Court

(SEAL)

By: Cynthia R. Daniels
As Deputy Clerk
9/27,10/04-07

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVI-.
SION CASE NO: 06-
777-CA-A

'NATIONAL CITY MORT-
GAGE CO.
PLAINTIFF

Vs.

ELIJAH MCGOWAN, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE : UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
D EV I S E ES,
G RANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDIT 0 RS ,
TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST
ELIJAH MCGOWAN;
ELIZABETH MATHEWS,
IF LIVING, AND IF
,DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DE VI SE ES ,
G R.A N T E E S ,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEE
AND ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY,
THROUGH UNDER OR
AGAINST ELIZABETH
MATHEWS; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS

RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the
Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated
September 11, 2007
entered in Civil Case No.
06-777-CA-A 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 of the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse, 10 E.
Jefferson, Quincy,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 24 day of October,
2007 the following
described property as
set forth in said
Summary Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 31, OF SUMPTER
RIDGE, RECORDED IN
PLAT. BOOK 2, PAGE
90, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GADS-


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Any personn 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 11 day of
September, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty Sue Sadberry
9/27,10/4-07
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons .with disabilities.
needing a special
accommodation should
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8629, 1-800-955-8771
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8770, via Florida Relay
Service.

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO. 07 001103 CA

FREMONT INVEST-
MENT & LOAN COMPA-
NY,
Plaintiff,

Vs.

SUNETTA A. MILLER;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SUNETTA A.
MILLER; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S), IF REMAR-
RIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DE VI SE E S ,
GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, .LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFEDANT(S); THE
MONEY TREE OF
FLORIDA INC. D/B/A
THE MONEY TREE OF
FLORIDA; WHETHER
DISSOLVED OR
PRESENTLY EXISTING,
TOGETHER WITH ANY
GRANTEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, OR
TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,


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A


OR AGAINST
DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT
#1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2;
Defendant(s)

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO SUNETTA A.
MILLER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUNET-
TAA. MILLER;
Whose residence is:
201 BEULAH ST.
QUINCY, FL 32351

YOU ARE HEREBY
required to file your
* answer or written
defenses,, if any, in the
above proceeding
with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a
copy thereof upon the
plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and
address appears
hereon, within thirty
days of the first publi-
cation of this Notice,
the nature of this pro-
ceeding being a suit
for foreclosure of
mortgage against the
following described
property, to wit:
COMMENCE AT A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (FOUND)
KNOWN AS MARK-
ING THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 27, TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH,. RANGE 3
WEST GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIpA
AND RUN; THENCE
SOUTH 89
DEGREES 16 MIN-
UTES 57 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID
SECTION 27 A DIS-
TANCE OF 1124.64
FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT
(SET) ON THE EAST-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY BOUNDARY OF
A 60.00 FOOT ROAD-
WAY EASEMENT;
THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 05 MIN-
UTES 28 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
EASTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY BOUNDARY
A DISTANCE OF,
1368.42 FEET TO A
C'ONCRE T E
MONUMENT (SET)
ON THE NORTHER-
LY RIGHT-OF-WAY
BOUNDARY A 30.00
FOOT ROADWAY
EASEMENT;
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 46 MIN-


UTES 57 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY BOUNDARY,
A DISTANCE OF
927.80 FEET TO A,
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (SET) FOR
THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM
SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH '89
DEGREES 46 MIN-
UTES 57 SECONDS
EAST 208.42 FEET
TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET)
ON THE EASTERN
BOUNDARY OF SAID
NORTHWEST QUAR-
TER; THENCE
NORTH 00
DEGREES 23 MIN-
UTES 37 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
EASTERN BOUND-
ARY A DISTANCE OF
209.00 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (SET);
THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 46 MIN-
UTES 57 SECONDS
WEST 208.42 FEET
TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (SET);
THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 23 MIN-
UTES 37 SECONDS
EAST 209.00 TO THE
POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
A/K/A
201 BEULAH ST.
QUINCY, FL 32351
If you fail to file'your
answer or, written
defenses in the above
proceeding, on plain-
tiff's attorney, a default
will be entered against
you for the relief
demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED at GADSDEN
County this 17 day of
Septetnber, 2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

(SEAL)

By: Taya Turner
Deputy Clerk
9/27,10/4-07

In accordance with
the American with
Disabilities Act of
1990, persons need-
ing a special accom-
modation to partici-
pate in this proceed-
ing should contact the
ASA Coordinator no
later than (7) days
prior to the proceed-
ings, If hearing


Call Latrell Carroll


106 W. Sthi Ai enue
TaLl~siee,'. Fl 323113
850- 222 2164; ret
850 222 1102 fax
wivw.%iideccoxcom
C311 Donna Card
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these lovely lots
near Apalachicola
National Forest.
Features paved
roads with county
water and Talquin
electnc Great
owner financing
available' 525.900.


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impaired, please call
(800) 955-9771 (TDD)
or (800) 955-8770
(voice), via Florida
Relay Service.

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
07-722-CAA

R. DANIEL PACE, AS
TRUSTEE OF THE
AMENDED AND
RESTATED JOSEPH
E. PACE FAMILY
TRUST AGREEMENT
DATED MAY 15,
1996,
PLAINTIFF,'

VS.

LOIS L. McKISSICK
A/K/A LOIS L. ALLEN
McKISSIC K;
TALQUIN RESORTS
HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.;
and UNKNOWN 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 situ-
ate in Gadsden
County, Florida,
described as:
LOT 22, TALQUIN
RESORTS, Gadsden
County, Florida.
Commence at a con-
crete monument
marking the
Northwest Corner of
Section 26, Township-
1-North, Range-4-
*West, Gadsden
County, Florida, and
run; Thence North 89
degrees 21 minutes
07 seconds East
1781.57 feet to a con-
crete 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 min-
utes 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
said lands; Thence
North 89 degrees 28'
minutes 23 seconds
East along said old
wire fence and the
Southerly boundary of
said lands a distance
of 933.00 feet to a
concrete monument
(found) marking the
Southeast corner of
said lands, said point
lying on the boundary
of the lands of the W.
W and Catherine
Ward, Estate; Thence
North 89 degrees 21.
minutes 20 seconds
East along said
boundary of the W.W.
and Catherine Ward,
Estate, a distance of
432.30 feet to a con-
crete monument
(found); Thence South
26 degrees 00 min-
utes 29 seconds East
along, said boundary
of the 'W.W. Ward
Estate a distance of
535.60 feet to a con-
crete monument (set)
for the POINT OF
BEGINNING from
said POINT OF
BEGINNING thence
continue South 26
degrees 00 minutes
29 seconds East
240.87 feet to a con-
crete monument (set);
Thence West 167.09
feet to a concrete
monument (set)
Thence North 26
degrees 0 minutes 29
seconds West 41.40
feet to a concrete
monument (set) on
the Easterly right-of-
way boundary of
Talquin Resorts Drive,
also said point lying
on a cul-de-sac (curve
concave to the
Westerly); Thence
Northeasterly along
said Easterly right-of-
way boundary as fol-
l6ws: Thence along
said curve with a
radius of 50.00 feet
through a central
angle of 94 degrees
32 minutes 23 sec-
onds for an arc dis-
tance of 82.50 feet
(the chord of said arc
being North 20
degrees 08 minutes
52 seconds West
73.46 feet) to a con-
crete monument (set)
for the end of said cul-
de sac, also said point
being a point of
reverse curve; Thence
along said curve with
a radius of 30.00 feet


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A~


through a ce
angle of 41 deg
24 minutes 35
onds for an arc
tance of 82.50
(the-.chord of sair
being 'North
degrees 08 Min
52 Seconds
73.46 feet) to a
create monument
for the end of said
de-sac, also
point being a poi
reverse curve; Th
along said curve
a radius of 30.00
through a ce
angle of 41 deg
24 minutes 35
onds for an arc
tance of 21.68
(the chord of saic
being North
degrees 42 min
46 seconds
21.21 feet)to a
create monument
for the end of
curve; Thence
46 degrees 00
utes 29 seconds
.33.28 feet to a
create monument
Thence leaving
Easterly right-of
boundary and
North 63 degree
minutes 31 sec
East 150.17 fee
the POINT
BEGINNING.
South part of
above described
cel of land being
ject to a 30.00
Drainage Easeme
at public sale, .to
highest bidder,
cash. At the S
front door -of
Gadsden Cc
Courthouse, Qu
Florida at 11:00
on October 10, 2
Any person clai
an interest in the
plus from the
other than the prc
ty owner, must f
claim within 60
after the sale.

NICHOLAS THOI
Clerk of the Cour

(SEAL)

By: Betty
Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/27,10/4-07


IN THE CI
COURT GA[
COUNTY, FL
PROBATE DI'
FILE
07000408CPA


IR(
DS
OF
VIS


IN. RE: ESTATE
MYRTLE
SCHOFIELD


ntral
trees


3BR, 1BA

home for sale

in Attapulgus,

15 minutes

from Qdincy.

Call 627-7375

$64,500.00


Deceased.


sec- NOTICE TO CREDI-
dis- TORS
feet
d arc The administration of
20 the estate of MYRTLE
lutes W. SCHOFIELD,
West deceased, whose
con- date of death was
(Set) August 2, 2007, is
d cul- pending in the Circuit
said Court for GADSDEN
int of County, Florida,
ence Probate Division, the
with address of which is
'feet P.O. Box 1649, 10
mntral East Jefferson Street,
agrees Quincy, Florida
sec- 32351. The names
dis- and addresses of the
feet personal representa-
d arc tive and the personal
46 representative's attor-
iutes ney are set forth
West below.
con- All creditors of the
(set) decedent and other.
said persons having claims
North or demands against
min- decedent's estate on
West whom a copy of this
con- notice is required to
(set); be served must file
said their claims .with this
-way court WITHIN THE
run LATER OF 3
s 59 MONTHS AFTER
onds THE TIME OF THE
et to FIRST PUBLICATION
OF OF THIS NOTICE OR
The 30 DAYS AFTER THE
the DATE OF SERVICE
par- OF A COPY OF THIS
sub- NOTICE ON THEM.
foot All other creditors of
ent. the decedent and
D the bther persons having
for claims or demands
3outh against decedent's
the estate must file their
runty claims with this court
incy, WITHIN 3 MONTHS
a.m., AFTER THE DTAE
2007. OF THE FIRST PUB-
ming LOCATION OF THIS
sur- NOTICE.
sale, ALL CLAIMS NOT
oper- FILED WITHIN THE
ile a TIME PERIODS SET
days FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
MAS CODE WILL BE FOR-
t EVER BARRED. ,
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
Sue ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECENDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
CUIT BARRED. The date of
DEN first publication of this
RIDA notice is September-
SION 20, 2007.
NO.


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
C. Randolph Coleman
Attorney for Linda S.
Coley


Florida. a
261912
The Colemar
Firm, L.C.
9250 Bayme
Road, Suite 45
Jacksonville,
32256-1813
Telephone: (90
1969
Fax: (904) 448


No.

n Law

meadows
0
FL

4) 448-

-5244



(SEAL)


Linda S. Corley
1547 Harbor Oaks
Road
Jacksonville, Florida
32207
9/20,9/27-07

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GADS-
DEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 07-000886 CAA

TAYLOR, BEAN AND
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORPORA-
TION,
Plaintiff,

vs.

SHARONDA
THOMAS, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure
dated September 10,
2007 and entered in
Case No. 07-000886
CAA of the Circuit
Court of the SECOND
Judicial Circuit in and
for GADSDEN
County, Florida
wherein TAYLOR,
BEAN AND WHITAK-
ER MORTGAGE
CORPORATION, is
the Plaintiff and
SHARONDA
T H O M AS ;
HURSCHEL ROBIN-
SON; are the
Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
SOUTHSIDE STEPS
OF THE GADSDEN
COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00AM,
on the 10th day of
October, 2007, the fol-
lowing described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:


Real Estate


24 Acres in Leon County
for $329,000.00. 20 Aces
Gadsden County for
$159,000.00 both may be
subdivided. Last nine 1
acre lots in Grove subdivi-
sion owner finance for
$36,000.00 with five hun-
dred down. 443-7899.

3/2 Double wide, all appli-
ances included. First
months rent of $650.00
and a $650.00 deposit.
Credit check and rental
references required.
(850)556-4969


FOR

LEASE

Office Space
300 5,000
sq. ft.

Call
627-7375


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acre lot. Just renovated,
New roof, floors, walls,
looks great. $450.00/Mo.
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$275/Mo great condition in
Midway.

Casa para la renta de
2BR/1BA Tereno de me-
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nes $450/Mes y un apar-
tamento de 1BR/1BA por
$275/Mes. Ambas propie-
daoles estan en Midway
(850)443-3300.



2 BR, 2 BA

Mobile home

849 Ranch Rd.

Quincy, FL

Contact

850-509-3571


Ready to Move-in Now! 3 bdrm, 1
bth brick house at 426 W. Circle
Dr, in Quincy. Housing accepted.
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LOT 46, BLOCI
MIDWAY FOR
PHASE V, ACCC
'ING TO THE F
THEREOF, RECC
ED IN PLAT BOC
PAGE 79, OF
PUBLIC RECO
OF GADSE
FLORIDA

A/K/A 65 CE
COURT, MIDWAY'
32343

Any person clai
an interest in the
plus from the sa
any, other than
property owner a
the .date of the
Pendens must f
claim within sixty
days after the sal
WITNESS MY H
and the seal 6f
Court on Septer
14, 2007.
Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the C
Court

(SEAL)

By: Betty
Sadberry
Deputy Clerk
9/20,9/27-07

IN THE CIR(
COURT OF
SECOND JUDI(
CIRCUIT IN
FOR GADS
COUNTY, FLOF
CIVIL ACTION C
NO. 07-001120 C

CITIFINANC
MORTGAGE C
PANY INC,
Plaintiff,

VS.

FREDDIE L. W.
ER, et al,
Defendant(s)

NOTICE OF ACT
TO: THE UNKN(
HEIRS, DEVISE
GRANTEE
ASSIGNEE
LIENORS, CF
ITRS, TRUST
OR OT
CLAIMANTS CL
ING BY, THROL
UNDER,
AGAINST, BLAN
WALKER,
DECEASED
LAST KN(
ADD R E S
UNKNOWN
C U R R E
ADD R ES
UNKNOWN
THE UNKNC
PERSONAL REF
SENTATIVE OF
ESTATE
BLANCHE WALK
DECEASED
LAST KNC
ADD RES


K A, UNKNOWN
EST, C U R R E N T
)RD- A DD R E S S :
PLAT UNKNOWN
)RD- ANY AND ALL
)K 2, UNKNOWN PARTIES
THE CLAIMING BY,
RDS THROUGH, UNDER,
DEN, 'AND AGAINST THE,
HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEN"
DAR DANT(S) WHO ARE
Y, FL NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID
ming UNKNOWN PARTIES
sur- MAY CLAIM AN
.le, if INTEREST AS
the SPOUSES, HEIRS,
as of D EV I S E E S.,
Lis GRANTEES, OR
ile a OTHER CLAIMANTS
(60) LAST KNOWN
e. A D D'R E S S,:
AND UNKNOWN
this C U R R, E N T
mnber A D D R E S S :
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
circuit that an action to fore-
closure a mortgage on
the following property
in GADSDEN County,
Florida:
Sue LOT 13, BLOCK E
OAK PARK SUBDIVI-
SION, AS PER MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
CUIT PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
THE 156, PUBLIC
CIAL RECORDS OF
AND GADSDEN COUNTY,
DEN FLORIDA.
RIDA has been filed against
;ASE you and you are
;AA required to serve a
copy of your written
C A L defenses within 30
'OM- days after the first
publication, if any, on
Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose
address is 9119
ALK- Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file
the original with this
ION Court either before
OWN service on Plaintiffs
EES, attorney or immedi-
S ately thereafter; other-
E S wise a default will be
RED- entered against you
EES, for the relief demand-
HER ed in the Complaint or
AIM- petition.
JGH, This notice shall be
OR published once a
CHE week for twoconsecu-
tive weeks in the
Gadsden County
OWN Times. WITNESS my
S : hand and the seal of
this Court on this 18
N T day of September,
S :' 2007.

OWN Nicholas Thomas
PRE- Clerk of the Court
THE
OF (SEAL)
:ER,
By: Taya Turner
OWN 9/27,10/4-07
S :


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B 8 The Gadsden County Times September 27,2007


If you would like to share news
about your school's activities you
may submit news and photos to
gctimes@comcast.net School items
are free of charge, but must be sub-
mitted by 9 a.m. Monday for that
week's issue. Information may also
be brought to us at 15 S. Madison
St., Quincy or faxed to 627-7191.


School


New


A plan for Hurricane Season at EGHS



.--
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si i -"- --=


On September 13, 2007, State Meteorologist Ben Nelson and Assistant State Meteorologist Brian
Richardson assisted Mrs. Barbara Johnson's Geography class at East Gadsden High School. The
Meteorologists from the Division of Emergency Management spoke to the students about
Emergency Preparedness as well as meteorology while emphasizing the importance of math and
science.


SUriefs

C-P G.R.EA.T Center

Carter-Parramore Academy's
21st Century G.R.E.A.T. Center
began on September 4, 2007.
The Center provides for
students to participate in various
activities, including arts,
education, recreation, and
technology. The Center also
provides homework assistance
and FCAT prep for reading, math,
and science. C.P.A.'s G.R.E.A.T.
Center serves all students in
Gadsden County in grades 3-12.
Operation hours are Monday-
Thursday from 2:45-5:45 p.m.
The program provides
transportation. All interested
parents should contact Ms. Erica
Farmer at 627-6030 ext. 242 for
further information. Volunteers
are also welcome.

GED registration

Registration for .the October:
general education diploma GED
test will be given on Monday,
October 1st at 7:45 a.m. and 5:15
p.m. Registration requirements
for individuals .18 years or older
will include a valid Florida


Driver Licenses, Social Security
Card and $50.00 (cash or money
only) for the complete battery and
is due at the time of registration.
Candidates may register for parts
of the GED test. Approximate
time for first time registrars is
two (2) hours and will start
promptly at the stated times.
Seating is limited and will be
issued on a first come basis. This
will take place in the V.P.I. Lab
on campus of Gadsden technical
institute, 201 Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd, Quincy, Florida. For
additional information please cal
875-8324, ext 250 or ext 239.

Summer readers get
rewards

Gadsden County Public Library
System awards 533 youth a new
book and other prizes for reading
over, 10 books during the
summer. The youth Service
Librarian and Outreach Specialist
provided programs for over 3,000
youth in Gadsden County during
the months of June and July. The
summer library program is
sponsored by Gadsden County
State of Florida, Friends of the


Gadsden County Library, and
Woodmen of the World. For more
information about program and
library material for infants thru
teens call 627-7106. All Gadsden
County Public Library programs
are free and everyone is invited to
participate.

Albany State info
session set at BC
Albany State University (ASU)
representatives will be at
Bainbridge College (BC) Main
Campus 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 9 for
anyone interested in the ASU
Criminal Justice or the Early
Childhood Education programs.
SThe session will take place in
the lobby of Arts' and Sciences
Building. ASU representatives of
the two programs, financial aid
and admissions are to be on hand
to answer questions.
Albany State and Bainbridge
College have a cooperative
agreement for the two programs
through which students may earn
a bachelor's degree in criminal
justices or in early childhood
education by attending ASU
classes taught at BC.


Robert E Munroe Day School graduate published


An essay by Robert F Munroe
Day School alumna. Kristen (KC)
Williams Backer (Class of '96) has
recently been published in an
international volume. Two years in
the making, Monsters and the
Monstrous: Myths and Metaphors
of Enduring Evil, edited by Niall
Scott and published by Rodopi,
Amsterdam/New York, is the
expanded product of a conference
of the same name, held in
Budapest,;Hungary, in May 2005.
Backer was among 40 conference
presenters from whom the works


of 12 were chosen for the book.
.Her chapter is titled Kultur-Terror:
The Composite Monster in Nazi
Visual Propaganda.
The publisher states,
"...Monsters from zombies to
cuddly cartoon characters,
emerging from sewers, from pages
of literature, propaganda posters,
movies and heavy metal, all are
covered in this challenging,
scholarly collection. This .:oli~me,.
-the third'in the seie,'present a
marvelous collection of studies on
the metaphor of the monster in


literature, cinema, music, culture,
philosophy, history and politics.
"Both historical reflection and
concerns of our time are addressed
with clarity and written in an
accessible manner providing
appeal for the scholar and lay
reader alike. This eclectic
collection will be of interest to
academics and students working
in a range of disciplines, such ,as,.
cultural studies, '-film studies,
-political theoi), philo-bph), anx
literature sttidies."
KC received a bachelor of arts


degree from Rhodes College in
2000, a master of arts from
Indiana University in 2003, and
has completed the required
coursework toward a PhD in art
history at IU. She previously has
taught courses at Indiana
Univeristy, Indiana University-
Purdue University Indianapolis,
and Butler University, and was a
researcher for' the 11 Art Museum
Nazi-era Pio. enIance Prioject..' fe
was a 2006-2007 Future Faculty
Teaching Fellow at the Herron
School of Art and Design at


IUPUI. Backer's previous work
has been published in Athanor
XXIII, the 2005 journal of Florida
State University's Department of
Art History, and in American
Women Modernists:, The Legacy
of Robert Henri, 1910-1945,
edited by Marian Wardle and
published by Rutgers University
Press, Piscataway, New Jersey, in
S2005.- She presently resides in
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where
her husband, Matt, is a full-time
professor of art history at
Southeastern Missouri State


University. She also is employed
at SEMO as a part-time instructor
in' the Department of History,
while doing dissertation research
toward completing her PhD, and
-has recently been elected to the
board of the Cape River Heritage
Museum.
KC's parents are Ronny and
Mary Leah Williams of Sneads,
and she is the granddaughter of
T.E. and Hazel Williams of Sneads
and- the late William J:J.- and
Catherine \' Smith of
Chattahoochee.


SHARE food program offered by Gadsden School District Character Education Initiative


The second SHARE food
program, sponsored by the
Gadsden School District
Character Education Initiative is
scheduled for 9 am -, 12 noon,
Saturday, October 6, at Havana
Elementary School 705 US 27


South and also 4 7 pm,
Monday, October 8, at Shanks
Middle School, 1400 W. King St.
Quincy.
SHARE is a statewide program
providing healthy food at very.
low cost to those who need it, in


exchange for volunteering just
two hours a month. SHARE
maintains individual dignity,
while giving people a way to
help others and have nutritious
food to eat. The second SHARE
food distribution will be


Saturday, October 20 at the same
place as the sign-ups.
For the small sum of $18, twice
that much in fresh, wholesome
meats, fruits and vegetables are
provided. SHARE is open to
everyone, with no income limits.


The only requirement is giving
two hours a month to help in the
community. Volunteers can help
with the SHARE program by
packaging and handing out food,
helping in area schools, giving
time in one's -church or helping


the elderly. SHARE accepts
cash, money orders or EBT
cards.
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have included our school uni-
form colors for your conven-
ience, as well as, our district's
policy on school uniforms. Our
students are doing well abiding
by the uniform policy; however,
we feel it is necessary to make
some changes after several
weeks of observations. We look
forward to a successful year and
seeing you at James A. Shanks
throughout the year. "Success is


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Sch, 00 New


Miss EGHS contestants, L-R, NiAra Randolph, Mildred Sheffield, Audrey Unanka, Dierra
Milton.


Miss EGHS contestants announced


Often times, young women are
measured by elements and predis-
posed situations they cannot con-
trol. We find ourselves marginal-
ized by stereotypical assumptions
related to eye color, hair texture,
cultural background, and senstali-
ty These assumptions are perpetu-
ated within our society and have
nothing to do with the passion a
young lady may have for academ-
ic scholarship, servant leadership,
community service, or extraordi-
nary character.
The Miss East Gadsden High
School Pageant is a celebration of
the virtuous woman and provides
her with the opportunity to grow
in mind, body, and spirit. Our mis-
sion is to see the positive develop-
ment through education which
leads' to individual growth and self
confidence in young women. We
believe self confidence aids in
sound decision making skills and
can prevent numerous pitfalls in
life. East Gadsden High School is
thrilled to announce the four
amazing young ladies that will
compete for the title of Miss
EGHS 2007-2008.


Dierra Deshaun Milton is cap-
tain of the Varsity Cheerleaders,
Executive Board Secretary of the
Student Government Association,
a member.of Sophisticated Ladies,
and Future Business Leaders of
America. As Miss East Gadsden,
Dierra will exemplify the charac-
teristics of a true jaguar promoting
leadership, accountability, truth-
fulness, responsibility, courage,
and character.
NiAra Simone Randolph is a
member of the National Honor
Society, Sophisticated Ladies and
Zeta Phi Beta Jr. Sorority. She is
also a member of the Lady Jaguars
Basketball team and .serves as
Senior Class Secretary. As Miss
East Gadsden, NiAra will present
herself as a source of motivation to
others who may think their hopes
and dreams are far beyond
achievement.
Mildred Maria Sheffield is a
Student Government
Representative, Varsity
Cheerleader, member of Future
Business Leaders of America, and
Sophisticated Ladies. As Miss
East Gadsden, Mildred will repre-


sent the school, community and
her fellow peers by modeling
exemplary behavior and demon-
strafing excellence in all areas.
Audrey Amarachi Unanka is a
member of the Volleyball, Track,
and Lady Jaguar Varsity
Basketball Teams. As Miss East
Gadsden, Audrey will serve as an
inspiration to younger students
and try to make everything in the
school and community as positive
as possible.
The Jaguar Family cordially
invites you to witness the crown-
ing of our queen on Thursday,
October 4, 2007 at 6 p.m. Tickets
to this event are $5 and will be
available at the door. Come and
meet the East Gadsden High
School 2007-2008 Royal Court as
Mr. East Gadsden and the class
level Kings and Queens will also
be introduced. It is the vision of
the Miss East Gadsden High
School Pageant to' show young
women that with hard work, dedi-
cation, and a commitment to
excellence, their dreams can come
true. Don't miss the elite compete!.


Pictured are Kaitlyn Rentz, Jill Purvis, Rachel Jones, and Brittany Benedetto.


Homecoming on Friday at R.EM.


The 2008 Senior Class of
Robert F. Munroe Day School
recently announced contestants
for Homecoming Queen and plans
for the crowning. This year the
ceremony will take place at half
time of the game against Maclay
School of Tallahassee. The game
begins at 7:30 P.M.
Attendants to the 2007 Court
are chosen from the underclass
grades. Ninth grade representa-
tives are Ashley Lemieux and
Justin Harris. Tenth grade repre-
sentatives are Spenser Morris and
Christian Granger. Eleventh grade
representatives are Jonni Mitchell
and Gage Gardner. These couples
will attendant the contestants at
half-time.
Brittany Benedetto is the
daughter of Carlton and Nikki
Benedetto of Merritt 'Island,
Florida and Mark and Michelle
Faircloth of Quincy. Brittany is a
member of the Anchor Club and
Environmental Club. She is a
four-year member of the varsity
cheerleading squad and currently
serves as co-captain. She was
recently selected as a UCA All
Star Cheerleader. Brittany is also a
member of the Journalism staff
where she serves as Assistant


Leonard's Studio Manager for the
yearbook, Reflections 2007-2008.
She is a staff member of the school
newspaper, Paw Print.
Rachel Jones is the daughter of
Lee .and Lori Jones of Havana.
Rachel is a member of the Student
Council where she serves as
Parliamentarian. She is also a
member of the Anchor Club,
Senior Beta Club and
Environmental Club. This year
she is participating in Journalism
where she is Leonard's Studio
Manager for the yearbook;
Reflections 2007-2008. Rachel is
a staff member of the school
newspaper, Paw Print. She is also
a four-year member of the varsity
cheerleading squad.
Jill Purvis is the daughter of
Ken Purvis of Lake Talquin and
Julie and Terry Presnell of Quincy.
Jill is a four-year member of the
varsity volleyball team and cur-
rently serves as captain. She was
recently selected as All State,
Honorable Mention. Jill is also a
member of the Environmental
Club and participates in Drama.
Kaitlyn Rentz is the daughter
of Ron Rentz of Havana and
Penny O'Connell of Tallahassee.
Kaitlyn is a member of Senior


Beta Club, Vice-President of
Student Council and President of
Anchor Club. She is also the
President of the Senior Class of
2008 and participates in the dual-
enrollment program with
Tallahassee Community College.
She serves as Leader of the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
and is an active member of the
First Baptist Quincy Youth Group
where she participates in the hand
bell choir, World Changers and
Operation Christmas Child.
The students in grades 7
through 12 will vote their choice
for Robert F. Munroe's 2007
Homecoming Queen on
September 28, 2007, on Friday
morning before the evening festiv-
ities. Miss Sarah Powell will join
us to crown the new queen. Sarah,
daughter of Kathy and Ben Powell
of Quincy, was crowned the 2006
Homecoming Queen, and she is
currently attending LSU in Baton
Rouge, LA. Student Council rep-
resentative Jason Cook, son of
Kathy and Finley Cook of Quincy,
will escort her. The evening will
conclude with a dance following
the game at the Sawano Club. The
dance will begin after the football
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