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Churches, organizations
give during the holidays

Page B 1


I QMT to present 'The
King and I' beginning
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Havana set for

mower race
Festivities scheduled for
Dec. 8 ... Page 6


County talks

recycling
Curbside service at
heart of issue ... Page 3


Dixon new

county chair
Commission reorganizes at
meeting ... Page 7


Area hoops

action heats

up
For all the scores from area prep
games, see ... Page 8


Chattahoochee

ready for tree

lighting

ceremony

By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times,News Editor
The- second annual Christmas Tree Lighting
celebration in Chattahoochee is slated for Dec.
7-8, and organizers are optimistic the event
will give them a chance to show off
Chattahoochee's charms.
"We want to make it fun for folks to be
downtown,"' said Judy Bergantino,
chairwoman of the Downtown Committee:
which is hosting the event in conjunction with
the City of Chattahoochee. "We especially
want to help local folks realize they have a
downtown and that it is viable."
The event kicks off at 5 p.m. Dec. with
Christmas caroling and the lighting of the tree.
Gospel, singers will be on hand to lead

See TREE on Page 5


City tables recycling issue again


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
The City of Quincy is not about to allow
the County to opt out of its contract to
collect recycling curbside from its 104
customers, at least not just yet. Tuesday
night the commission again tabled the
decision for another two weeks.
"If I could see some figures on how the
(recycling) department is run, whether it's
run efficiently or if it's top heavy or if it's a
well oiled machine," said Commissioner
Fiiley Cook.
Currently Recycling Director Anthony


Powell said he did not have the information
Cook wanted but that he would attempt to
get the information from the county's
budget department.
Commissioner Sherrie Taylor said she
hoped the county would have taken a
proactive approach to finding a solution
before it considered halting curbside
service. She said she thought the county
should have done the "leg work" in
negotiating with WastePro.
"I thought you all should have been a little
more willing to go out and talk with
See CITY on Page 4


A sign of the season


Quincy Public Works, Department employee Michael. Pennington puts up Christmas
decorations on South Madison Street on a sunny Tuesday afternoon. (Photo by Leslie Roberts)


NetQuincy discussed


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
A request for an update on
Ne.tqumcy led to some heated
discussion and the plan for a
closed-door session to discuss
the department on December
10
Commissioner Finley Cook


said that he has made it no
secret from the day he was
elected to the comrmrssion that
the city should not be in the
telecommunications business.
"1 have voted against it from
day one. I'm not against it, I just
don't use it." Cook said.
See NETQUINCY on Page 4


TMH gets


nod as


possible


hospital


manager


Board votes 3-2 for

county to enter
negotiations with
Tallahassee facility

by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
Gadsden County'may have moved one step closer to
opening Gadsden Community Hospital. when the
Board of Directors for Gadsden Hospital, Inc. voted to
recommend that the Board of County Commissioners
enter into negotiations with Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital as official vendor, or management company,
to operate the facility.
Beginning with more that 30 companies showing
interest, it has been between TMH and Alliant
Management Company of Louisville, KY for several
months. Monday night, by a vote of 3-2, TMH won
out. Chairman Craig McMillan, Treasurer/Secretary
James Suber, and Board member Scott Whitehead,
voted in favor of TMH. Vice Chairman Herb Sheheane
and Board member Sen. Fred Dudley chose Alliant as
their first choice. Dr. .Charles Kent, also a board
member abstained from voting, citing a possible
conflict of interest. Board members Shelia Atkins and
Darryl Marshall did not attend the meeting.
The Board of County Commissioners must now
See HOSPITAL on Page 3


SQPD officers save woman from house fire


Quick response prevents disaster


Quincy Police Department'stOficer Zach Woods, left, Inv. Delwin
Hall, center, and' Officer Glendon Robinson worked Nov. 20 to save
the life of an elderly woman whose home caught on fire. The officers
also worked to contain the fire until the Quincy Fire Department
arrived on the scene. (Photo by Leslie Roberts)


by ALICE DU POINT
Times Editor
Three Quincy police officers have;
been credited with preventing
damage to a home and possible
saving the life of the woman who
occupies a home at 622 Second
Street.
According to a press release from


the Quincy Police Department,
Investigator Delwin Hall, and
Officers Glendon Robinson and
Zach Woods responded to a house
fire call around noon on Nov. 20.
"The three officers entered he
house and Officer Woods removed
an elderly female from the house.
while Investigator Hall and Officer
Robinson attempted to, extinguish


the fire that was under the stove
with fire extinguishers," the release
stated.
The fire was fueled by propane
gas adding to the difficulty of the
attempt to extinguish. The officer
were able to contain the blaze until
the Quincy Fire Department
arrived.
After the fire was extinguished, it
!


was determined that the fire caused
no damage to the house.
"A supervisor from the fire
department told me if it wasn't for
the actions of these officers, most
likely the house would have been
damaged. Officer Woods kept the
female from being harmed by
keeping her out of the house. If it
wasn't for the actions of these
officers the results could have been
more serious. These officers are to
be commended for a job well
done," said Sgt. Steven Porter.


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The American Cancer Society presents 2008 Relay for Life


Please join us for the Event
Kick-Off December 5th 7:30a.m.
at The Joseph L. Ferolito Jr.
Recreation Center, 122 N. Graves


Street Quincy, Fl. We will be
recruiting new teams, singing up
last year's teams, and gearing up
for the Relay walk on April


25th&26th 2008. Come join us for
Fun, Food and information on the


Cancer Society's Largest Event of
the year! For more information or


to register a team or a survivor, www.events/cancer.org/FLquincy
visit the event website: FL


Picture left to right are: palace guard, Daniel Buckley, one of the
king's wives Dorothy Keckler, "Anna", Jessica Wright Applegate,
"The King," Jeff Canter, "Tiptim," Kendall Gibson with two of
the King's children Hilary Erde and Emily MacKay in mask.


QMT warms the holidays


with 'The King and I'


Quincy Music Theatre
presents its second offering in
its silver anniversary season
with the Tony Award Winning
and heartwarming musical The
.King and I.
The cast represents a broad
range of the best of Leon and
Gadsden County's acting
community who portray the
story of Anna Leonowens who
journeys to the exotic country
of Siam to take a position as a
schoolteacher to the royal
family.
Through her relationship with
the King of Siam, Anna learns
the meaning of self reliance,
and the King learns the meaning
of compassion. With popular
songs like "Whistle a. Happy


Tune", "Getting to Know You",
and the sweeping "Shall We
Dance", The King and I is sure
to have you waltzing through
the holidays.
Tickets for The King and I are
$14 for adults, $11 for seniors
and $9 for students- with
advanced reservation (ticketing
charges also apply). Show dates
are Nov 30-Dec 2 and Dec 7-9;
Friday and Saturdays at 8PM,
Sunday at 3PM. To reserve
tickets you can log on to
qmtonline.tix.con or call .875-
9444 during box office hours ,
5pm-7pm Monday through
Friday.
K. Scott Goodson is the
Managing Director for Quincy
Music Theatre.


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The Gadsden County Times November 29,2007 3


Recycling issue dominates county meeting


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The Board of County
Commissioners voted last
Tuesday night to implement a
countywide drop-off recycling


program, reconvene the solid
waste committee to address the
collection and disposal of all
solid waste comprehensively, and
began and educational and infor-
mation campaign on the disposal
of all household solid waste.


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But not before .they heard
from members of the public who
wanted the Board to reconsider
continuing the curbside recycling
pick-up program. The Board
voted to discontinue curbside
service as of December 31 as one
way to save the county money.
Only about 1,100 customers
countywide, including 102 in
Quincy, paid $2 per month for
the service. To continue the pro-
gram was not financially feasi-
ble, some commissioners said.
"I feel very strongly about
recycling," said Louise Walker
and so did John Malloy. He want-
ed to know how much it would
cost if the county received bids
for a minimum of 1,000 cus-
tomers. 4
"Between $12 to $15 per
month per person. For WastePro
it is not a viable option now that
the county is so spread out," said
Budget Director Davin Suggs.


Malloy, as well as
Commissioner Eugene Lamb,
said they would be willing to pay
extra for the curbside service.
Several people, under the
false impression that the recy-
cling program was going to be
discontinued, told the commis-
sioners that they were acting irre-
sponsibly. However, citizens can.
still recycle by taking their prod-
ucts to one of several sites scat-
tered throughout the county. The
nearest site to the City of Quincy
is on Post Plant Road between
Quincy and Havana off Highway
12. The sites are open for recy-
cling the same hours as the for
solid waste.
"I commend you for not elim-
inating recycling. It the same as
with car seats and'seat belts.
There is significant date about
the benefits of recycling. At least
90 percent of the people who live
in Rustling Pines (near'Midway)


would recycle if they had known
about the program," said Brian
Murray, calling recycling an eth-
ical issue.
John Morro said he loved
curbside service because prior to
the service he brought his recy-
clables to town for pickup. He
said he isn't thrilled about the
prospect of having to use the
drop off points again but he will
use the option.
"Recycling is the way to go.
We should set the example for
our children," he said.
However, Chattahoochee resi-
dent Paul Mazat said he would be
willing to pay more for less and
suggested that pickup be twice
per month instead of weekly.
But some people, like Thelma
Freeman, wanted to make recy-
cling mandatory saying that we
have to save the environment.
Kenneth Jones brought his young
daughter, Kelly, to the meeting


who voiced her opinion about
recycling after her father spoke.
The eight-year-old said she
made a poster at school support-
ing the need to recycle.
"And why do you think we
should recycle?' asked
Commissioner Ed Dixon.
"We should recycle so we
don't have dirty land," she said.
While those who favor curb-
side in particular and recycling in
general were very vocal,
Commissioner Dixon said. it
makes up only about two percent
of the total picture.
"Recycling is a piece of it.
What happens to the other 98
percent?" he asked. He said citi-
zens are pretending that garbage
is not a problem. He said the
county must address solid waste
and recycling.
"Recycling is a solution, not a
problem," said Commissioner
Doug Croley.


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approve the board's choice before
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members asked chairman
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negotiations began right away,
preferably before the end of the
month.


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TMH made brief presentations
before members were asked to rank
their choices in first and second
order.
Speaking via conference call, Jeff
Buckley of Alliant Management


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Alliant was the best qualified
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experience in operating small rural
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Corey Fleming, representing
TMH said that any hospital that is
successful enjoys that through
community and physician
confidence.
"99 percent of the residence here
have sought care at TMH or knows
someone who has.,TMH has easy
access and is in their backyards, it's
a known fact that people heal better
when they are at home," Fleming
said.
"I'm having trouble
understanding why TMH would be
motivated to help build a
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"It's not a competition, it's. a
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Opinions Colunxns Letters to the Editor



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AX free exchange of ideas is necessary fori good gove-rnniment anid good co-mriaunities.


Recycling is alive and well


I have been a recycling customer for
many years. Every Monday night, I
dutifully filled my bin with paper and
plastic to be picked up on Tuesday. I
thought it was a good idea and I know that
every little bit helps when it comes to
doing what we can to preserve our natural.
resources.
I also have stopped leaving lights on all
over the house and I am beginning to get
accustomed to taking my own tote bags, of
which I have many, to the grocery store so
that I won't use so many of those little
plastic bags.
So last week, when the county
commission chambers was packed with
people, I wasn't all that surprised. I had
gotten a bright yellow post card in' the mail
asking me to come to the meeting and let
my voice (of opposition to ending curbside
pickup) be heard.
I had also sat through the budget
meetings when it was suggested that
curbside pickup be cut out to save money.
I think the projection was to save
something like $186,000 by cutting out the
pickup.
It always amazes me that when people
want to save money buy cutting things
from the budget, it's always going to hurt
someone. The. attitude is you can.always


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cut something but not what I like. I've
never felt enough people knew about the
program or the benefits to the
environment. Sure, we hear a lot about.
saving the planet by recycling but
apparently not too many people in
Gadsden County have paid much attention.
There were whatI will call the "vocal
50" who were at the meeting last week and
some said they are willing to pay $15 or
$20 a month if it meant keeping the
service. But apparently some of our fellow
citizens think paying $2 a month is way
too much because only about 1,100 people,
and that's a high estimate, in the county
take advantage of the service.
Now, I don't know if most people here
don't know about it, don't care about it, or
are too busy to separate recyclables from
Other stuff to recycle. But, I can almost
assure you that if more people recycled the
county could afford to continue the
program.
Now the county has only stopped coming
to your house to pickup recycling. If you
feel that strongly about it, you CAN still
recycle. All you have to do now is take it
to one of six drop off sites as often as you
want or need to and, get this, it's free. I
already know where my dropoff site.is
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'Cleaning up'

I'm not sure I understand all I know about
this one!
Last Friday, the one after Thanksgiving, a
big department store over in Panama City
opened up for "shoppers" at 4 am. That's four
o'clock in the morning! That would put it a
couple of hours before the rooster crows. Just a
grunt past midnight; and way before daylight!
Now, I've heard of getting up early and
going to work. And I've seen those pick-ups
come by the house pretty early pulling fishing
boats. I've had stomach perils that kept me up
at odd hours. My wife once made me get up in
the middle of the night to see some prince get
married. And, listen, if we thought Mr. Coon
was stirring early we'd fetch ole Duke out
from under the house and go after him.....
But it ain't never crossed my mind to get up
before the chickens to go downtown to look
for a new pair of jeans! Or a flat screen t. v. Or
a genuine elephant hide billfold---gumballs---
an eight-inch socket set---Red Ryder gloves---
shotgun shells.....or a partridge in a pear tree!
What in the world can you buy in the store at
four in the morning that you couldn't also
purchase at 9:30? Are they selling things now
that expire when the sun hits them? Are there
special gifts that you have to "sneak" up on to
buy? Are some "heads up" shoppers trying to
pick up a toy made in China before it's
recalled? Is Bruce Willis filming "Die Hard
17" over at the mall and they're looking for
extras?
I don't know about you, but there are a lot of
people out there that I don't want to see at four
in the morning! Ye gads, they are bad enough
after they've combed their hair and had a cup
of coffee! I can hear the clerks now, "Would
you mind putting this sack over your head and
chewing on these breath mints while you pay
for that four piece luggage set!"
Can you imagine the embarrassment if you
showed up just a little past four and ran into
someone you knew!
AND IT IS NOT LIKE CHRISTMAS
COMES THE FOLLOWING MONDAY!
What is the hurry? Are we afraid the-store
might run out of digital watches? Or they
might sell out of those horrendously ugly
socks covered with snowflakes and tiny :
reindeer? Or there might be a shortage of Liz
Claiborne eye liner? Course, come to think of
it, most of the people I've seen out at four'in
the morning Liz Claibome couldn't even
Shelp.....
There has got to be something to this that I
don't understand. I know they advertise that
"all merchandise is on sale". And the first 50
people get a coupon good for ten bucks off any
purchase before daylight! And there is a good
chance you can find an all-right parking place.
But, hey, it's Christmas shopping time.
EVERTHING is "on sale"! You can pick up
coupons by the hundreds. Great buys abound
on every aisle. Most stores are staying open
til 10:00pm. Looks like twelve or fourteen


on every aisle

hours ought to be enough for any shopper.....
If you can't get it done in that length of time---
you ain't really trying!
And I am well aware of the early bird story.
But there is no self respecting worm that is
going to stick his head up for a'plucking
before the dew has time to settle.
It must be some kind of contest to see how
much pain they can put a shopper through. It's
like one of those survivor shows. The first one
through the door gets 10 points. Or gains
immunity. Or is allowed to vote six shoppers
out of the store. Or gets a hallowed spot in the
Guinness World Book of Records.
Or it could be just a clever trick by the store
to get your money.....
Back home we only had two department
stores; The Ben Franklin Five and Dime and
Woodrow Kennon's Drygoods, Mercantile
and Grocery Store. I'm not counting John
Motheral's Drugstore here although he did
give his customers a wide variety. It wouldn't
have done them any good to open up way
awful early on the Friday after Thanksgiving
for two fairly significant reasons. First, most
folks back in those days were either working
on that day or still giving thanks. And
secondly, didn't nobody'go to town to buy
anything except on Saturday. I think that was a
rule back in the fifties.Maybe we only had
enough money to shop one afternoon a week.
I'm not sure. We didn't usually buy much
when we got to town. And there was no way
we could leave before a little after daylight.
We had to milk and feed up before we left.
Most of our Christmas shopping was done
out of the Sears and Roebuck Catalogue. We
have been called "backwards" and "hay seeds"
for it. Hollywood has made millions off of
movies depicting us a doofusses and dimwits.
But we had weeks to look over that catalogue.
You could do it in the comfort of your own
'living room. And you wouldn't scare nobody
if you wanted to do it at four in the morning.
Parking wasn't a problem. Crowds weren't a
problem. You didn't have to pay for gas to get
downtown. You didn't "run into" anyone who.
looked like they'd just escaped from
"Nightmare on Elm Street". You needn't
worry that some neighbor would beat you to
Sthe last pair of reindeer socks. No fights broke
out on aisle 5. And, when the purchase arrived,
Mr.. Bill Thompson would pick it up at the
post office and bring it right out to the house
for you.
Now they are opening stores at 4. am.....so
shoppers can get the "jump" on buying fleece
sweaters, Moon Sand, genuine terry cloth
towels and bagless vacuum cleaners. Makes
me kind'a rethink that whole "doofuss and
dimwit" thing......


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by Leslie Roberts,
News Editor


How the hungry can reap


what you know


Have you heard about freerice.com?
I'll warn you now it's addictive.
Founded by John Breen on Oct. 7, the site
puts participants through a series of multiple-
answer vocabulary quizzes. Breen created.
poverty.com in January. Poverty.com outlines
the problems caused by poverty hunger and
preventable communicable illnesses and
several ways to address them, including
writing letters to top government officials in
each nation and becoming affiliated with non-
profit organizations that help the poor.
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answer on freerice.com earned 10 grains of
rice for the United Nations World Food
Program. As I finish the column a day later,
that number changed each correct answer
earns 20 grains of free rice for the hungry
poor.
The rice is paid for through advertisements
that appear at the bottom of the vocabulary
screen on freerice.com. Companies involved
with the project include Radisson Hotels,
American Express, Itunes, and Time Life.
The site's popularity has grown with
amazing alacrity since its debut. :
SBy the way, anorak means parka, in case
you wondered..
Twenty more grains of ride! That will be
added to the 188,457, 080 grains of rice
donated yesterday (Monday).
Freerice.com is a word-lover's wonderland.


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NETQUINCY from Page 1


Telecommunications director Ray Eaton said
:hja attitude is one of the reasons
telecommunications has riot been able to attract
and keep customers.
S"If we, as a city, are not 100 percent behind it,
then we ought to outsource it. The biggest
obstacles come from here. I get support from the
.community but I get nothing but negatives from.
here. If not (for their.attitudes), I could make it
work," Eaton told the commissioners.
When commissioner Derrick Elias asked Jack
McLean, city attorney, if is was true that some of
the money from. the telecommunications bond
had been used for other things, he said yes. And,
while he could not say .precisely how much was
used, part of it went to pay general fund for bills.
The transfers were all approved by the
commission.
"We took money from Netquincy and then we
beat them over the head for not being where they
should be," Elias. said in response to Eaton's
statements that there would be no cash problems
if the money had not been diverted. He said he
has 170 customers registered for service that he
can't provide because the equipment isn't in
place.
"It sound to me like we had to .use some of the
principle to pay the bond,'" Cook said.
SCommissioner Sherrie Taylor, who favors out
sourcing the department weighed in saying that
she has been on the commission for three and a
half years and Tuesday night was the first time
she had heard that it was lagging because of
finances.
"You have competition out there that's keeping
us down. First it was DSL, then it was
Broadband. It's not because of the comments
coming from this body, it's because we can't
compete. The next thing is that we will have to
go underground with fiber optic," Taylor said.
"This is the exact type of dialogue that Mr.
Eaton was talking about. Instead of
grandstanding and all this BS, if you want to get
rid of it, Commissioner Taylor, make a motion,"
Elias told Taylor.
"Unfortunately this is the only way we have to
discuss our concerns," Taylor said.
Mayor Keith Dowdell asked members of the
commissioner if they wanted Netquincy to
prosper.
"I hate to do this but I'm going to name names.
It was because of personalities, if we had kept
Bob Washington, (first Netquincy director) who
had all of the connections. We don't have to go
underground. We already have all of these things,
it's our lack of (telecommunications) knowledge.
I will put my seat on it. If you bring Bob
Washington and John Thomas (former Netquincy
director) back Netquincy will be booming by this
summer. If we want to prosper, we need the
knowledge to get the job done. If we do that, six
months. from now we won't have anything to
say," Dowdell said.
"This is something that should have worked,
could have worked, but it hasn't worked," Taylor
said of telecommunications.


CITY from

Page 1


WastePro,"
Powell.


Taylor said to


A vast majority of the people
(93%) who pay for curbside
service now reside in with
Havana or Quincy and their
urban service areas. Taylor said
she wanted to look a little
further into what is best for the
people of Quincy before making
a decision.
Mayor Keith Dowdell
suggested holding a town
meeting to find out how the
citizens felt about looking for
ways to continue curbside. The
current cost is $1 per month, but
would rise to minimum of $5.50
per month after December 31, if
residents want to continue the
voluntary curbside pickup.
"I don't see the need for a town
meeting for 104 people," said
Commissioner Derrick Elias.
Dowdell then suggested that
staff be, directed to begin a
dialogue with Havana officials
and come up with their own
interlocal agreement. City staff
was also directed to begin
negotiations with WastePro on
continuing the service and at a
lower than $5.50 cost per
month.
Taylor said she would be
willing to release' the county
from the contract if they would
grant the city an extension.
Powell said he could not make
that decision when Dowdell
asked if the county would
extend service through the end
of March.
In the meantime, the
commission left open the option
to- release the county from the
contract if.- the soon=to-be..-.
county::.. t,.appointed, citizens --
committee came up with a
viable solution by December 31.
The county and the city, along
with other municipalities, had
an interlocal agreement for
curbside pickup for the past
several years. Last month, in an
effort to save money, the county .
voted to end the curbside
service because with so few
households participating,
approximately 1,100
countywide, it was not
financially feasible. Instead, the
county decided to provide six
drop off recycle bins at
locations throughout the county.
Other municipalities released
the county from the agreement.
In other matters, commissioners:
*Voted to enter into an
agreement with Honeywell
Corp. that will ultimately save
the city $1.7 million dollars in
energy savings. To save the
money, Honeywell will install
air conditioning and heating
units at City Hall, the recreation
department on Graves Street,
the Quincy Police Department
as well as a new roof for city
hall at their own expense. The
money will be repaid with the
savings the city is expected to
realize.
Citizens will also have access
to free mini audits to increase
energy efficiency in the homes.
*Voted to approve the
development review application
from Rickey Fitzgerald to
construct a five cinema movie
theater building at the southeast
corner of the, the intersection of
West Jefferson Street and
Shelfer Street. Fitzgerald said he
hopes to have the theater open
by June 2008.
*Voted to ask the homeowner
of a home on Patton Street, built
by Community Development
Block Grant funds, to get three
estimates on how much it will
cost to repair the home. During
a recent meeting, the
homeowner told commissioners
of poor workmanship that have
left the home dangerous to her
because of she is handicapped.
*Voted to table action on a
request from River Oaks
Plantation, east of Quincy, for a
water and wastewater services
agreement.


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The Gadsden County Times November 29,2007 5


Unidentified men struck by car


Christmas carols.
Saturday, organizers have
planned what Bergantino
describes as a "full day of
family fun."
Arts and crafts vendors will be
on hand from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
and the Rotary Club will have
chili for sale. There will be a
"Santa's Dog Show," in which
pet owners are asked to dress
their dogs in holiday. attire,
bluegrass music, a gospel sing
and a visit from Santa and Mrs.
Claus.
Also during the day there will
be a children's talent show.
"They can dance, sing, tell a
story we don't care. We just
want them to come out and
enjoy the day," Bergantino said.
All activities will take place
downtown.


The Downtown Committee
organized a little more than a
year ago and met with City
Council members to establish
goals for Chattahoochee.
They came up with four areas
of focus: historic preservation,
the beautification of downtown,
promotion of ecotourism and
revitalization of the local
economy.
Bergantino said so far,, so
good.
"We've gotten at least five
new businesses downtown. The
City Council passed a historic
preservation ordinance, and
we're working to get
environmental cleanup -
mainly from where gas stations
were once located completed,"
she said.
"We already have some people


MEETING NOTICE


The City of Quincy Planning and Development
Review Board (PDRB) will meet on
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
at 6:00 p.m. in the
City Commission's Chambers at City Hall


The agenda includes the following items:
Development Review Application Casting and
Concrete Plant Proposed to be located Joe Adams
Road (Business Park South side)


Please contact the Building and Planning Departmentat (850) 627-7681
ext. 226'with any questions or comments. If you have a disability
requiring accommodations, please contact the Quincy Building and
Planning Department at least three (3) working days prior to the hear-
ing. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons (TDD)
please call (850) 875-7310.

11/29/07c


interested in ecotourism, in
nature trails, and the river. And
we've sold two businesses
downtown and are looking at
five new businesses."
According to Bergantino, who
works in real estate, a thrift shop
and a restaurant Audrey's
Place, once known as The Home
Place have already located
downtown.
The old theater building is
under contract and plans are to
locate a restaurant there, she
said, while another small
building is under contract and
will likely become a gift shop.
City officials also expect to see
a collectibles shop downtown
before long.
"All things considered,"
Bergantino said, "I think we're
in pretty good shape."


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

Two unidentified men were
hit by a car in Gadsden County
around 11:20 p.m. Saturday
night, the Florida Highway
Patrol said.
The men were running
across Blue Star Highway,
about a quarter of a mile east
of Casey Lane and were hit by
a 2008 Chevrolet Malibu driv-
en by Barnell Lytton, 70, of
Columbia, SC.
Lytton and his two passen-
gers, Dorothy Granger, 67, of
Quincy and Almetta Sanders,
72, of Stone Mountain, GA had


MEETING NOTICE


The City of Quincy Historic Preservation
Commission (QHPC) will meet on
Monday, December 3, 2007
at 5:15 p.m. in the
City Commission's Chambers at City Hall


The agenda includes the following items:
Certificate of Appropriateness for Installation of
sign at New Revelation Church of Christ
407 North Adams Street


Please contact the Building and Planning Departmentat (850) 627-7681
ext. 208 with any' questions or comments. If you have a disability
requiring accommodations, please contact the Quincy Building and
Planning Department at least three (3) working days.prior to the hear-
ing. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons (TDD)
please call (850) 875-7310.

11/29/07c


minor injuries, but the two
men were taken to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in- critical


condition.
FPH is .trying to determine
the identity of the men.


QPD arrest report


Darryl Figgers: Trespass
after warning; Precious
Anthony: Simple Battery;
Alton Gordon: Conspiracy to
commit aggravated battery and
contributing to the delinquency
of a minor; Alfonso Tinsley:
Warrant/FTA-open container;
Sterling Roberts: Possession of
Cannabis less than 20 grams,
Possession of drug parapherna-.
lia and Warrant/Vop-DWLSR;
Leonardo Wynn: Warrant/FTA
2cts-no valid DL; Willie
McMullen: Trespass after
warning and disorderly
Intoxication; Eboni Mathis:
Grand Theft; Robert chandler:
leaving the scene of an accident
and Warrant/VOP-
DWLSR;Joel Cartajena: DUI;
Taigo Watson: Warrant/Battery


and criminal mischief; Joe Lee:
Trespass after warning and
resisting arrest with violence;
Nuri Rahman: Warrant/VOP-
Possession with intent to sell;
Demarcus Reynolds:
Warrant/FTA-Domestic
Battery; Derrick Davis: Fleeing
and Eluding, Warrant
4cts/FTA-Battery, no valid
DL/VOP; Timothy Goodson:
Burglary, obstruction and giv-
ing a false name; Jose
Alvarado: Trespass after warn-
ing
Radar Assignments for
11/28/2007-12/05/207
East/West King Street, East
Jefferson Street, North Adams
Street, Pat Thomas Boulevard,
Adams Street North/South,
WestHamilton Street


GCSO arrest report


Santashia Swaby:
FTA/PWBC; Reginald Barkley:
Vop/Grand theft; Stephen Assaf:
FTA/Criminal Mischief; Curtis
James: Battery in a jail setting:
Michael Garner: Battery in a jail
setting; Nagcha Grimes.:
Vop/sale of marij and poss. with
intent to sell; Toran Green:
Vop/Burglary of dwelling and
Grand Theft; Floyd Berry: Poss.
with intent to sell crack cocaine,
sale of crack, cocaine) and main-
taining a house where drugs are
stored/sold; Trenton Wilson:

Clary's Bail
i1.nd Agency
1v218;16-1323 .
'


Sale of cocaine, poss. of crack
cocaine, Attempt sale of crack
cocaine and poss. of crack
cocaine; Frank James:Poss with
intent to sell crack cocaine and
sale of crack cocaine;Sharum
Moore; Vop/No Valid Dl,Grand
Theft/Fraud,Counterfit/uttering
and FTA/Poss. of controlled
substance; Kendrell Robinson:
Robbery with. deadly weapon;
Curtis James: Vop/Poss of
firearm by convicted felon;
Samantha Hill: FTA/for arr
grand theft auto; Misty
Brown:Vop/poss of cocaine;
Nagcha Grimes: Vop/sale of
marijuana and poss. wits; Julie
Miranda: Vop/Grand Theft;
Andrew Sweet: Domestic
Assault and Agg. Assault


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6 The Gadsden County Times November 29,2007


Organizer: Despite venue change, music festival a success


By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

Roughly 108 miles east of
the Ponderosa and closer to the
Suwannee River than Bear
Creek, last weekend's Bear
Creek Music Festival drew
around 2,000 participants,
organizer Paul Levine said.
Despite a low of around 30
degrees Nov. 16, the opening


night of the three-day event,
turnout was good, according to
Levine.
"Remarkably, on Friday
night there was still a good
crowd," he said. "It was a ter-
rific weekend."
Levine and Lyle Williams,
directors of Big IV
Productions, had initially
planned to hold the event at the
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However, after paying $2.3
million to buy the property in
August, the two were denied a
permit for the event at an Oct.
16 Gadsden County
Commission meeting.
They then contacted James
Cornett, president and CEO of
the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park, about having the
festival there, and alerted tick-
etholders about the change in
venue.
"The music was unbeliev-
able," Levine said. "People had
a terrific time. We were able to
show people that even in
adverse situations we were able
to put on a good show. We had
three weeks to. change the
venue we're determined to be


involved in this for the long
haul."
Levine and Williams have
said they would like to see the
event eventually make its home
in Gadsden County.
Levine said many of the fes-
tival's volunteers were from
Leon and Gadsden counties.
"I'd like to recognize all the
great staff and volunteer in
Tallahassee and Gadsden
County who helped get the
Ponderosa ready and at a
moment's notice shifted to
Suwannee County," he 'said.
"This was a significant tax rev-
enue for Suwannee County, the
money we spent renting the
park, local staff, including the
sheriff's office and emergency
medical services ... stores,
Wal-Marts, gas stations, radio
stations the festival probably


spent close to $100,000 in
Suwannee County. People
come, they stay in hotels and
eat in restaurants, and then they
leave."
One of the concerns of oppo-
nents to the festival was the
possibility of an increase in
violent and drug-related crimes.
The Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office shows four
arrests made within the county
from Nov. 16-18: One on viola-
tion of probation/possession of
cocaine and violation of proba-
tion/assault and battery; anoth-
er on charges of trafficking in
LSD, trafficking in the drug
Ecstasy, possession of marijua-
na and possession of drug para-
phernalia; a third arrest on
charges of domestic violence
and a fourth on charges of pos-
session of a controlled sub-


stance with intent to sell and
possession of narcotic para-
phernalia.
A week's worth of arrests
made in Gadsden County dur-
ing roughly the same time
frame are as follows: One arrest
on charges of aggravated
assault; one arrest on burglary
charges; one arrest on charges
of possession with intent to sell
within 1,000 feet of a store and
possession of crack cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a store; one
arrest on worker's compensa-
tion fraud; one arrest on
charges of aggravated battery;
one arrest on charges of posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to
sell; another arrest on charges
of possession of cocaine with
intent to sell and an arrest on
charges of loitering, prowling
or stalking.


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subscription base for that maga-
zine. It's not that we have the
most this or the most that it's
the people."
Last year's expanded, parade,
which accommodated the town's
centennial, was such a hit this
year's parade will also be a full
parade, Schenker said, with
antique cars, floats, fire trucks
and no less than two Santas.
The parade starts at 11 a.m.;
entrants should be at the Havana
Park by 10 a.m. Dec. 8. The
parade moves from the park
down First Street Northwest,
where many of the day's activi-
ties will take place.
On tap for the festivities are
arts and crafts vendors, food ven-
dors and a Hughie helicopter that
will be set up for children to
explore once it has completed its
parade route.
For more information, call
539-6900 or 539-7422.

Local title agent

receives honor
Becky McNeal, co-owner of
Affiliated Title Services in
Tallahassee was honored by being
ask to serve as Vice President of
the Florida Land Title Association
for Zone 1. Zone 1 covers Bay,
Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Leon, Liberty, Madison,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor,
Wakulla, Walton and Washington
counties. Becky, a licensed
Florida title insurance agent, has
over 30 years of experience in
commercial and residential clos-
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refinances, sales and purchases.
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while its knowledgeable staff,
including a full-time attorney, and
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when a group of title abstractors
joined together to form an associ-
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practice and procedures of search-
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By LESLIE ROBERTS
Times News Editor

Most folks have put away
their lawn mowers long before
Dec. 8 rolls around.
But the gardening gadgets
will be in the spotlight once
again this year during Havana's
annual Holiday and Lawnmower
Parade.
Entrants take heed: The dead-
line fog entering is Dec. 1,
although organizers say they've
never turned anyone away.
New this year is a golf cart
category.
First prize in the lawnmower
category which has seen lawn-
mowers decorated like pirate
ships, a biplane, a train, Santas-
and a gingerbread house is
$200 and is sponsored by the
Havana Merchants Association.
Second prize, sponsored by
Stone's in Havana, is a $100 gift
certificate, and third place, spon-


scored by Havana Small Engines,
is $75. There will be a special
$100 prize for the golf cart cate-.
gory winner.
The whole thing began in
2004, the brainchild of Mirror
Image Antiques president Sandi
Beare Schenker.
"I had read about lawnmower
races, but that seemed a little
dangerous," she said. "So I
though, why not have a lawn-
mower parade?"
After proposing the idea to
fellow Havana Merchants
Association members, Schenker
moved ahead with the idea.
This year, she is co-chair of
the event- with Rita Love and
Lizette Kelly.
"Everybody, loves it,"
Schenker said. "We like to have
fun while featuring its best assets
- its people. For the second time,
Havana has been voted Florida's
Friendliest Town by Florida
Monthly Magazine. That's very


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Dixon elected chair of commission


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

If tradition had been followed
County Commissioner Derrick
Price would have served a one-
year term as chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners.
But tradition was not followed last
Tuesday night during the regular
meeting of the Board of County
Commission and Commissioner
Edward Dixon was elected chair-
man.


It was Price who quickly nom-
inated Dixon and Commissioner
Brenda Holt, outgoing chairman,
who seconded the motion. Dixon
last served as chairman in 2006.
"He did such a great job
before." Price said.
Commissioner Doug Croley
asked Price if he was declining the
opportunity to serve as chairman.
"I'm declining myself," he said
Prior to the re-organization,
outgoing chairman Holt gave the
State of the County address.


"Today I am happy to report to
you that the state of the county, the
state of the 2006 Community of
the Year is strong," she said.
She said she was happy to
report that the county has gone
from $1.5 million dollars in the
general fund to $3 million dollars.
She added that the increase had
occurred over the past two years
and was accomplished by county
government.
After thanking each commis-
sioner individually, Holt then
thanked the citizens of Gadsden
County for allowing her to serve
as chairman. She said she was
humbled by the historic accom-
plishments that the Board has been
able to accomplish together. In
listing the accomplishments, she
singled out the opening of fthe
Urgent Care Center, lunch with the
Secretary of State, and the suc-
cessful funding of the county's leg-
islative priorities which was more
than $35 million dollars.
Holt said the Board became
more responsive to the citizens
when the 5 ON 5 town hall meet-
ings were initiated.


"The 5 ON 5 town hall meet-
ings were held in each of Gadsden
County's five districts, provided
your county commissioners and
staff the opportunity to connect
directly' with our constituents and
receive your direct feedback,
input, and guidance on any con-
cerns in the county. This casual
straight format also provided an
opportunity for your commission-
er and staff to give and update on
the progress of many pertinent
issues affecting county govern-
ment such as the hospital, urgent
care center, the budget process,
and property taxes."
She said the county will contin-
ue to focus on the future when the
Board committed to designate
$1.5 million dollars over a seven
year period for the Boys & Girls
Clubs.
"The importance of this invest-
ment is to offset the $700,000 cost
obligation to the Department of
Juvenile Justice that is thankfully
covered by the State of Florida,"
she said.
The library at Chattahoochee
as well as the county's library sys-


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The next regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners will be Tuesday,
December 4, 2007 starting at 6:00 p.m. The, following items have been agendaed:
Amendments to the Agenda: Awards, Presentations and Appearances:
Consent for Approval:, Approval of Minutes October, 2, 2007 Regular
Meeting; Ratification of Approval of Payment of Bills; Approval of Phillip Hill,
Fire Coordinator, to seek Elected Office in Blountstown, Florida; Approval of
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Bay; Approval of Signatures for Special Assessment Lien and Rehabilitationi
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Execution of Library Services and Technology Act Grant Agreement and
Debarment Certificate. Consent Items Pulled for Discussion: Citizens
Requesting to be Heard on Non-Agenda Items (3 minute limit): Public
Hearings: Public Hearing Bryan Small Scale Future Land Use Map (FLUM)
Comprehensive Plan Amendment CPA-2007-07; Public Hearing
Conceptual/Preliminary Site Plan for Garrison Design & Construction, Lot 6,
Gadsden Commercial Exchange SP-2007-04; Public Hearing -
Conceptual/Preliminary Site Plan for Garrison Design & Construction and Retail
(Phases I and II) Fairbanks Ferry & Concord Road SP-2007-11; Public Hearing
- Conceptual/Preliminary Site Plan for Crossroads Academy School (SP-2007-06
and SE-2007-02; Public Hearing Patronis Future Land Use Map Comprehensive
Plan Amendment CPA-2007-05 Large Scale Plan Amendment (Transmittal
Hearing). General Business: County Attorney: Commissioners Items:
Receipt and File For the Record: Memorandum of Agreement Between
Gadsden County Health Department and North Florida Medical Centers, Inc.;
Letter to Finance Director, Clerk of Court and County Manager Regarding
Purchase Order 07-335A and 07-344A; Letter from the Auditor General Regarding
the Financial Audit Report Requirements; Letter from Capital City Trust Company
Regarding the Quincy Historical Preservation Trust; Letter from the Florida
Department of Revenue Regarding Truth in Millage (TRIM) Certification; Letter
from the Florida Department of Community Affairs Regarding CDBG Contract
Monitoring Report; Letter from Williams Wilson & Sexton, P.A. to Eraclides,
Johns, Hall, Gelman, Johannessen & Kemper, L.L.P. Regarding Subpoenas for
Medical Records; Letter from the Florida Department of Revenue Regarding
Distribution Percentages of Local Option Gas. Tax; Letter to Dr. Anthony Arnold
Regarding Gadsden County Planning Commission Membership Appointment;
Letter from Prestigious Portable Restrooms Regarding Introduction of Services;
Memorandum Regarding the Library Report; Memorandum Regarding the Big
Bend Regional Partnership Meeting Summary for November 5, 2007; Letter from
the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Regarding Proposed
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Senior citizens who are at
'least 62 years old and own a
home, can now borrow against
the equity in their home, uti-
lizing the money for just about
anything, without ever having
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Ed Dixon (center) was elected chairman of the Board of
County Commission while Eugene Lamb (right) was elected
vice-chairman. Former Chairman (left) Brenda Holt was pre-
sented a plaque for her service as chairman of the Board of


County Commission.

tem, partnership with Tallahassee
Community College, and tahe 4-H
Clb Summer Camp programs
were touted as county's further
commitment to the future.
"Have we made mistakes along
the way? Yes indeed, have we
learned from our mistakes? Yes
indeed. Many of you are here this
evening to speak on the recycling
program and criticize is for what
we did with the recycables and
non-recyclables that were stored


for years at the facility we lease. I
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horse because we cannot turn back
the hands of time. I say to you this
evening let's move forward togeth-
er, putting our collective minds
together an deal with what is con-
sidered to be a much bigger issue
which is the disposal of garbage.
When I say garbage I mean house-
hold waste, recycables, and house-
hold hazardous materials," she
said.


County budget director

expecting surplus for 2007


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor

The good news, according to
Gadsden County Budget Director
Davin Suggs, is that the county
will more than likely end up with
at least $250,000 surplus once the
2007 budget year has been closed
out. But, on a note of caution,
Suggs asked the, Board of County
Commissioners to wait the exter-
nal audit has been completed.
At the end of the budget hear-
ings, the BoCC voted to cut 17
areas. While those were identi-
fied, the Board said it would look
at all of the recommended cuts to
determine which ones could be
completely or partially salvaged.
"$250,000 is a good conserva-
tive number on surplus. We have
been fiscally conservative,"


Suggs told commissioners.
Suggs asked the BoCC to
approve a resolution giving the
county manager, budget director
and the finance director from the
Clerk of the Court's office the
authority to complete and execute
all necessary budget amendments
to close out the 2007 fiscal year.
The detailed report will be pre-
sented to the Board at the Dec. 18
meeting.
The Board also granted the
Sheriffs. request to use $7,500
from the confiscated property
fund to pay for drug abuse educa-
tion and awareness prevention
programs. With more than
$18,000 in the fund, the Board
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In addition, the following
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*Reduce Parks & Recreation
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*Reduce Medicl Examiners
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So those Gators put a whipping on
those Semnuoles for the fourth year in a
row and Florida avoided an upset in this
crazy \ear of college football.
Both Florida and FSU will go bowl-
ing and as of this time just where is
undetermined.
Seems most of the experts think the
Gators w1ll stay in Florida and play a
Ne\w Nears Day game against Illinois.
Where eer Flonda or FSU goes will be
decided after this Saturdays games
when the BCS placmgs will be set.
Personally, 1 would like to see
Florida invited to the Cotton Bowl.
They have never played there, and a
matchup with Missouri, Oklahoma. or
Kansas would make a great game.
Figure stongly however, for the Gators


to stay in state. And don't be surprised if
FSU plays in the Champs Sports Bowl
in Orlando on December 28.
Speaking of the BCS the more it
goes on the more you know a play-off
system is needed.
Right now it looks like it will be
either Missouri or Ohio State will play
West Virginia in the championship
game.
The way the system is set up those
three teams deserve to play in the big
game.
Neither of the thuee could play an
SEC schedule and not have at least thuee
loses. But, it's not theii fault they aren't
in the SEC, though all three would
opted out if a spot in the conference was
offered.


After Saturdays game the Gators
Tim Tebow seems to be the leading can-
didate for the Heisman Trophy. There
will be reset varions from some because
of his sophomore status and the Trophy
is anything but a lock. It would be a
lock if Florida had beaten LSU. Auburn,
or Georgia. Though the Gators lost
those games. Tebow played good in all
three contest.
Florida's win last week gave me a
rival win over my son Joey in my pre-
diction contest.
Overall I was 9-5 this year. More
important it put my overall record with
Joey to 12-13-5.
I said if I ever got ever with him I'd
wrap it up. Maybe next year that will
happen.


Host Lady Panthers second in tourney Prepl schebtle


by S.uzie Morris

West Gadsden girls' basket
ball coach, Don White, was not a
Turkey over the Thanksgiving
holidays and he probably did not
have enough time to even eat
some of the traditional bird. The
second year Panther coach set up
and ran an eight-team tournament
over the Holiday break at the
beautiful, new West Gadsden
gym. The seven teams joining the
Panthers were East Gadsden,
Rickards, Leon, Bainbridge,
Madison, Godby and Taylor
County. It began on Wednesday
and finished on Saturday when
the Bainbridge Bearcats were
crowned the inaugural winners of
the first Turkey Tipoff Classic.


West Gadsden put themselves
into the finals of the tournament
with wins over Taylor County and
Rickards. Actually, it was not so
much a win as a forfeit for West
Gadsden as Taylor County did not
show for their first game and the
Panthers received a 1-0 forfeit and
a free ride to the semifinals.
On Friday night, the team won
a close one over Rickards 52-51.
West Gadsden led 29-19 at the
half but Rickards outscored West
Gadsden by ten in the second half
to make the game a nailbiter
Tyeshia. Battles and Kayla
Streeter combined for 34 points in
the semifinal contest.
The win over Rickards
allowed the Panthers the privilege
of playing Bainbridge in the


finals. Bainbridge showed no
respect for the home team blast-
ing them 55-33. Bainbridge led
25-11 at the half and never looked
back or let up. Battles and
Streeter combined for five three
pointers but Battles was held to
her lowest output in years (10
points) and the team was led in
scoring by Streeter's 19. West
Gadsden moves to 5-2 on the sea-
son.
East Gadsden made the unfor-
tunate mistake of losing their first
round game to Leon on Tuesday -
night 63-58. Up at the half, the
Jaguars got into early foul trouble
and Leon took advantage.
Sophomore T'Erica Frost led East
Gadsden with 20 points and
Jasmine Grice added 16.


The loss sent the Jaguar team
into the loser's bracket where they
faced Taylor County. The Jaguars
disposed of the Bulldogs 64-13
behind the 22 point performance
of Dyteshia Francis. T'Erica
added 11 points.
Saturday the team faced
Godby in the consolation game.
East Gadsden .defeated the
Cougars 57-50 with Jasmine
Grice burning the nets for 32
points. Grice scored on free
throws, three pointers and layups
all night long. Audrey Unanka
added 11 points. The team enters
this weeks game against defend-
ing state champs Florida High
with a 5-2 record. Coach Chariya
Davis said, "We have. a lot of
work to do."


BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

Thurs. 11-29
Tallavana at Maranatha JVB, VG,
VB
Aucilla at Munroe JVG, JVB, VG,
VB
Carter-Parramore at FAMU JVB,
VG, VB
NFCS at West Gadsden JVB, VB
Fri. il-30
Talavana at PCC JVB, VG, VB
South Walton at West Gadsden VG
East Gadsden at Godby JVB,VB
Chiles at Carter-Parramore JV, VB
Munroe at Grace Academy VG, VB
Sat. 12-1
West Gadsden at Bainbridge VG, VB


Carter-Parramore at Sneads.JVB, VB
Mon. 12-3
Carter-Parramore at Lincoln JVB,
VB
Sneads at Carter-Parramore VG
East Gadsden at Godby JVG, VG
lTes. 12-4
Wakulla at East Gadsden JV,VB
Wewahitchka at West Gadsden JVB,
VB

SOCCER SCHEDULE
Thurs. 11-29
Chipley at East Gadsden
West Gadsden at Freeport
Mon. 12-3
Marianna at East Gadsden
Florida High at West Gadsden


RFM girls win two


Boys hoops return


to play after holiday


County boys basketball
returned to the stage Tuesday
night after taking a break over
the Thanksgiving week-end.
East Gadsden got their record
to 2-0 with a home win over
Florida High. The Jaguars
bopped the Seminoles 59-33
with 10 different players scor-
ing.
Sam McLaurin had a 19
point, 8 rebound game, and
Rashard McGill a 15 point, 5
rebound game to lead the
Jaguars. McLaurin also had 5
blocks in the game.
Munroe lost to FAMU 52-47
in a close contested contest.


Ben Young and Alex Clark hit
double figures for Munroe with
Young putting in 19 and Clark
scoring 13. Jason Cook had 8
rebounds to top the Bobcats in
that category.Munroe is 3-2.
Carter-Parramore fell to 3-2
losing to Marianna 74-60
despite 3 double-figure scorers.
Vladimir Carr hit 16, Donte
McWhite 13 and Eric Williams
12 for the Lions.
Blountstown pulled out a 55-
51 win over West Gadsden to
drop the Panthers to 1-3.
Ricardo Marlowe topped the


West Gadsden
points.


scorers with 24


TCS season opens with losses


The Tallavana basketball sea-
son got underway November 16
as the Lion boys team lost to
Covenant 92-42 and the girls
team lost 78-19. A.J Robinson
scored 17 points for the boys
team and Kelly Ross led the
girl's team in scoring with 8
points.
On the 19th of November the
boys lost to Atlantis 53-37 with
Robinson getting 14 points and


Michael.Bio\\ ri 11.
The girls defeated Atlantis
33-21 with Trish Garner hitting.
14 points and pulling off 9
rebounds..
On the 20th the boys lost to
Grace 80-42. James Combs hit
16 to lead the Lion in that game
and Robinson scored 10. The
girls lost to grace 56-12. Kelsay
Ross scored 4 points to top the
Lady Lion scoring.


WGHS bests Port St. Joe in soccer


West Gadsden scored a pair
of goals in each half and
defeated Port St. Joe 4-14 in
soccer action Tuesday night.
Jose Calderon zipped in a
pair of goals, and Isai Rivera
and Pablo Escobor also scored
a goal each in the win.


East Gadsden and Florida
High tied 1-1 in a, match
Monday.
Jose Hernandez scored the
Jaguar goal.
West Gadsden's record is
1-1 while East Gadsden is 2-
1-3.


The Munroe Lady Cats bas-
ketball team demolished non-
district Maranatha Chl-,tian
and- new. district ..opponent
Carter Parramore on back to
back nights last week before
breaking for the Thanksgiving
holidays. On Monday night
the team defeated visiting
Maranatha 54-18 behind the
shooting of ,. 'I:trio scorers.
Crystal Wade led the pack as
the senior center tallied a dou-
ble-double with 14 points and
15 rebounds. Carrie Scott
added 13 points and Desiree
Whiddon finished with 10
points and six steals. Malorie
McKinnon had a fine all-
around game with 9 points, 8
rebounds, 7 steals and four
assists. The win evened their
record at 1-1
The next night Carter
Parramore Academy came to
visit for the first matchup ever


between the two schools.
Munroe defeated CP 62-9 with
all nine plaiet-s scoring for the
Lady Cats. Leading the way in
scoring was Desiree \Whiddon.
with .12 points aid 8th grader
Beth Summerford with 10
points. Kristen Alien and
Crystal Wade added eight
points each. Senior Malorie
McKinnon dished out four
assists and pulled down seven
rebounds: Wade and Whiddon
pulled down nine rebounds
each and Wade also tallied four
steals. Munroe went to 2-1
(1-0) on the season and Carter
Parramore dropped their open-
er to go 0-1 (0-1).
Coach Christy Ulrich says
"The girls so far are playing
pretty well. Defensively we
are really playing well. This
week will tell the tale though
as we face FAMU and they are
always strong."


aWest Gadsden

"West Gad 4sden41


PEas GasdsdO en

East Gasdsden


-JOSE CALDERON

Jose scored a pair of goals in the Panthers'
4-1 soccer win over Port St. Joe on Tuesday.




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SRecipients enjoy a hearty meal, thanks to the efforts of ChrisTown Community Church.

Area groups volunteer time, food to make holidays special for all


by ALICE DU PONT
Times Editor
With Thanksgiving 2007 one
week old the holiday season has
officially begun. For some that
means shopping, wrapping, and
trying to figure out what to buy
for friends and family. For
others, it means looking for
ways to help local people also
enjoy the season..
Monday, Pastor Bob Wells, at
ChrisTown Community Church,
and church members had hardly
caught their. collective breaths
when they turned from
Thanksgiving to Christmas.
"We fed a little over 100
people last week. We served
trukey, ham, cornbread stuffing,
green beans and more cakes and
pies than you can imagine," he
said.
Normally more people are fed
but the tomato picking season
this year was a short one and
many of the migrants had
already left the area. Wells was
quick to point out that his
church got lots of helps from
other local churches. Those who
supported the dinner effort
included First Presbyterian
Church, St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, Centenary United
Methodist Church, Faith
Heritage, and Bethel Assembly
of God.
Now, ChrisTown members are
in the process of assembling
items to give during the
Christmas holidays. While most
of the income comes from the
thrift store on Blue Star
Highway west, the church also
has a place for people to live
while they get their lives back
together.
"We need things like t-shirts,
socks, underwear, toothbrushes
and we can always use
donations to the thrift shop," he
said.
South of town at the offices of


Redeemed, Inc. Annie Berry
and Vivian Mitchell were busy
sorting through early donations
of children's clothes, games,
and school .supplies, This is the
10th year the organization had
helped children whose parents
are incarcerated.
"The list has grown to nearly
500 children and less than 100
of them have been adopted for
Christmas," Berry said.
They try to provide each child
with two age-appropriate toys
- one must be educational -
and two sets of clothing. Berry
knows that many of the children
will not enjoy festivities so she
and her helpers annually hold a
Christmas party.
Berry said this year's annual
party will be held Dec. 14.
Typically, the program includes
speakers who challenge the
children to not allow their
circumstances to define them.
Holiday music and gifts are also
part of the program as well as a
Christmas dinner.
"Even if you can't sponsor a
child, we appreciate any
monetary donations to help
fund the dinner, purchase
clothes, books, toys, and games
that will be given to boys and
girls age 1 to 15 years old,"
Berry said.
Redeemed, Inc, is a local non-
profit organization that bridges
the gap between jail/prison and
the community for ex-offenders.
For more information or how to
adopt a child, call (850) 627-
0251.
Members of the Tau Theta
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority, Inc. continued
their 11-year tradition of
purchasing Thanksgiving meals
for local families. Co-
chairwomen Marva Johnson
and Martha Young said the
sorority has fed hundreds of
families throughout Gadsden
.County since the project began.


Volunteers dish out
Thanksgiving din-
ner at ChrisTown
Community
Church.
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Annie Berry, of Redeemed, Inc, inspected early donations of new toys in her office Monday
afternoon.


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Obituaries


Bostick, Mable Laing

Mable Laing Bostick, 91, of
Havana, Fl. Died on Monday,
Nov .26th. McClellan Funeral
Home was in charge of arrange-
ments, Mable was born on,
February 24, 1916 in
McCraeville, Gerogia and
moved to Concord, Fl. at an
early age. She retired from the
Department of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles, State of
Florida after more than 30
years. She was married to
Thomas Jefferson Bostick in
December 1950. They lived in
Havana on Bostick property in a
home built from wood cut and
finished on the property. Her
husband Tom preceded Mable
in death in 1995. She is survived
by a number of cousins.

Charles
McClellan
Funeral Home



Hall, Helen Cox

.Helen Cox
Hall 70, of
Bristol died
Tuesday,
Nov.20th in
Tallahassee.
Bradwell
Mortuary was
in charge of arrangements, she
is survived by her husband-
Wilson Hall of Bristol; one
daughter: *Virginia L (Robert)
Purnell of Kilmichael, Ms., two
sons: Sinatra Hall and Samuel
Hall both Bristol, Fl., one
granddaughter: Regina Purnell
of Warner Robins, GA., one
brother: Nathan Cox, Jr. of Rock
Bluff, Fl., two sisters: Naomi
Hall of Rock Bluff, Fl., and
Thornie Lee Daughtery of
Liberty County, Fl.







Foreman Sr., Isiah

Isiah Foreman, Sr., 88, of'
Tallahassee, Fl. Died on
Nov.23rd in Capital Regional
Medical. Services are 2:00p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 1st at Fellowship
Independent Baptist Church,
Quincy, Fl., with burial at
Greensboro Community.
Visitation will be Friday,
Nov.30th at Bradwell Mortuary.
Isiah was born October 19,1919
in Goshen, Alabama to George
Foreman and Lula Foreman.
Married to Margaret Townsend
Foreman, he was a Farmer,
Served in World War II-Victory
Medal Veteran. Pastor William
A. Green will be officiating the
funereal, he is survive by two
daughters: Barbara Forman of
Tallahassee and Dorothy
(Willie) Johnson of Quincy, Fl.,
three sons: Willie Foreman,
Isiah Foreman both of
Tallahassee, and Jimmy
(Claudia) Foreman of Gretna.
Wife Margaret Townsend
Forman, Parents George and
Lula Foreman three children
Lewis, 'Margarite and Inez
Foreman preceded him in death.
Memorial contributions maybe
'made to Barbara Foreman,2525
Texas St. E-118,Tallahassee,Fl.
32301.850-216-2416


Bratfwel
nMortuary
Qdn cuiry, 'FL


Mock, Roger C.

Roger C. Mock 61 of Quinsy


died on Nov.22nd in
Tallahassee, Services are
Nov.29th at Northwood Baptist
Church in Tallahassee. Abbey-
Riposta Funeral Home in charge
of arrangements.


Riposta Funeral

Home


Brunson, J.D.
"WalkAbout"

J.D. "WalkAbout"Brunson, 82
of Quincy died on Tuesday,
Nov.21st in Quincy, Fl. Services
are 12:00p.m. Saturday, Dec.lst
at St. Stephen P.B. Church
Gretna, Fl. With burial at
Springfield Cemetery in
Gretna.Fl.visitation will be
Friday, Nov.30th from 3 p.m.-8
p.m. at Bradwell Mortuary. J.D.
was born on October 4, 1925 in
Jackson County to Wade and
Annie Bell Brunson. Married to
Betsey Stevens Brunson, he was'
Retired Farm-Laborer. Rev.
Harry Cloud will Officiate the
service, he is survived by wife:
Betsey Steven Brunson of
Quincy, four daughters: Frances
Davis of Mt. Plesant, Fl.,
Simone Smith of Quincy,
Evelyn Ford of Sarasota, Fl.
And Chante Board Water of
West Palm Beach, Fl. one son:
John Brunson of Quincy, Fl.,
caregiver and niece Annie
Butler Williams of Gretna, Fl.

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Hartsfield, Tommy E

Tommy F. Hartsfield 30, of
Quincy died on Tuesday,
Nov.13th at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. He was
native of Gadsden County,
Clary's -Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. His
mother survives him: Barbara
Maples. father: Tommy
Hartsfield,Sr..,son:Kelvin
Hartisfield,daughter Adrianna
Hartsfield,sisters :Tammy
Hartsfield, Erica Hartsfield,
Erin Hartsfield, brothers Abdul
Lightfoot,Donterrious
Hartsfield, Jarvis
Lightfoot,Antonio Maples,
Clar.e.ce Lightfoot,Oscar
Mloodi arid Michael fLightfoot
all bofQuincy,Fl. and host of,
uncles, aunts cousins and
friends who will miss him.



CLARY'S FUNERAL HOlME




Presnell, Bobby

Bobby Presnell 19, of
Chattahoochee, Fl. passed away,
Saturday, Nov.17th in an auto-
mobile accident. He was an
employee of Florida State
Hospital and a lifelong resident
of this area. Lanier-Andler
Funeral Chapel in Sneads, Fl.
was in Charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his mother:
Kimberly E. (Rick) Kirby of
DeFuniak Springs, Fl., father:
Robert M. (Marie) Presnell, Sr..
of Chattahoochee, Fl.; five step-
brothers: John L. and James,
Cole Wiggins of Chattahoochee,
Fl., Christopher, Nicholas and
Samuel Kirby all of Niceville,
Fl., a special friend: Sarah
Hayes of Cypress, Fl.; maternal
grandparents: Della E. (Lee)
Fordham and W.C. Kimbrell III
all of Tallahassee, Fl.; paternal
grandparents: Lois Annette
(Fred) Watford of Woodville, Fl.
and Bobby Aaron (Martha)
Presnell of Tallahassee,Fl.;
paternal great-grandparents
Marcus(Leona) McAlpin of
Dothan,Al. and many other fam-
ily members and friends.


Lanier-Andler

Funeral Chapel


Houston, William

W illiam I a
Houston, 78,
of Quincy died
Monday, Nov.
19th in
Gainsville, Fl.
at Shands
Hospital.
Bradwell Mortuary was in
charge of arrangements,
William was born January 10,
1929 in Quincy to the late
Robert and Agnes Houston. He
was married to Minnie L. Harris
Houston on June 4, 1955, he
was a Brick Mason. Attended
the Public Schools of Gadsden
County. He was a member of the
Order of Emancipated
Americans, Good Shepard
Lodge, Greenshade' Masonic
Lodge #153, President Quincy
Choir Union#l, PTA President,
Sunday School Teacher.
William served in the U.S.
Army during Korean War, he is
survived by his wife of 52 years
Minnie Houston of Quincy; two
daughters: Joyce Willis and Fay
(Kimmie) Lewis of Quincy; one
son: William K. (Melissa)
Houston of Quincy; one sister:.
Sallie M. Williams of Quincy,
two brothers: John Scott (Irene)
Houston of Quincy, and Henry
(Francis) Houston of Seaside,
California, four grandchildren:
Keysha Willis of Atlanta, Ga.,
Marquise Houston, Kierra
Lewis, Kayla Lewis all of
Quincy, five great-grandchil-
dren a host of other relatives
and friends.


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L aory




Pearson, Roger "Poe"

Roger "Poe" Pearson, 44 of
Tallahassee died Nov. 2nd. at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
He was a native of Gadsden
County, Ivey Funeral Home was
Sin charge of arrangements.


Ivey Funeral

Home

Peters, Rebecca Bradwell

Rebecca
Bradwell I
Peters, 92 of
Midway, passed
away peaceful-
ly surrounded
by family mem-
bers on Friday,
November 23, 2007 in
Tallahassee, Fl. The service will be
Thursday, November 29th at 11
a.m. at St. Peter A.M.E. Church in
Midway, FI with Interment at St.
John Cemetery in Midway.
Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m.
on Wednesday, November 28th at
Bradwell Mortuary in Quincy, Fl
and one hour before the service at
St. Peter A.M.E. Church on
Thursday. She was born in
Gadsden County and attended the
public schools of Gadsden County.
Survivors include her husband,
Burl Roosevelt Peters, Sr. of
Midway; four sons burl Roosevelt
Peters, Jr. (Mary) Tallahassee,
James Arthur peters, Melvin Peters
and Stewart Peters of Midway; an
adopted daughter Maude Jackson
(Bosie) of Tallahassee; a devoted
niece Dorothy Lucille Sheppard
(Leroy) of Tampa, FL; two uncles
Willie Bradwell of Tallahassee and
Eustice Bradwell of Quincy; a
brother-in-law Arthur Peters
(Gloria) of Rochester, NY; and a
host of grand and great-grand chil-
dren, other relatives and friends.


'Bracwell
'Mortuary
wyinicy,


i Loving Memory and Happy Birthday "
Mildred (-Ma) Hinson Screen

We love you and miss you. 5 years,
have passed and gone, but you are
Still inside our hearts. We love you

r) Lee & Angela Thomas Screen
( ...& Family


Thomas, Johnny
"John Jr."

Johnny "John
Jr." Thomas,
79, of Quincy,
died Saturday,
Nov. 24th at
Big Ben
Hospice House
in Tallahassee.
He was born March 1, 1928 in
Blakely, Ga, son of the late
Angerline Ervine Thomas and
Jim Thomas, attended the public
schools of Blakely, married Ms.
Iridine Jackson on October 15,
1956, they were very proud par-
ents and grandparents. He moved
to Florida over 40 years ago and
was a farm Laborer. Funeral serv-
ices will be Saturday, Dec.1st at
11 a.m' with Graveside at
Community Cemetery in
Greensboro. Visitation will be
-Friday, Nov.30th from 3p.m.-
8p.m at Madry Chapel. Madry
Memorial Funeral Chapel in
charge of arrangements, he is sur-
vived y a loving and devoted wife
of 51 years: Iridine Jackson
Thomas of Quincy, Daughters:
Forestine (Roosevelt) Dumbar,
Angela (Truman) Dumbar both
of Palmetto, Fl., Dorothy
(Rev.Earl) March, Oral Thomas
both of Quincy, Fl., Pinkie T.
(Woodrow) Pride, Willie D.
(Billy) Lovejoy both of
Greensboro, Fl., Katie Thomas of
Chattahochee, Fl., Bonnie T.
Williams,' Annette Thomas both
of Gretna, Fl. and Miranda
Thomas of Perry, Fl.; sons:
Johnny M. Thomas of
Palmetto,Fl. Emmanuel Thomas
of Greensboro,Fl. and Jacob
Thomas of Monticell,F1. sister:
Elizabeth. Wiley of
Chattahoochee,Fl.;brother:
Milton (Hattie) Thomas of
Greensboro,Fl. Father-in-law:
J.C.(Florence) Jackson of
Blakely,GA. Host of grand and
great grandchildren, nieces,
nephews, cousins, friends and
other relatives. Son Johnny
Alfred Thomas preceded him in
death; sisters: Bertha Stanford,
Annie Hamilton and Pinkie
Adams nepheW' Tony'Je t~r ne
WatherJIl.


Madry
Funeral
Home



Grief support

offered

Big Bend Hospice is offering an
adult Grief Support Group that
meets on the 2ND Monday of
each month at the Senior Citizens
Center in Quincy, 79 Lasalle
Lefall Dfive, 6:00 7:00 PM.
The group is open to anyone in
the community who has experi-
enced the death of someone in
their life.
The Grief Support group helps
with coping skills, offers support
and provides education regarding
the grief process. Sharing memo-
ries, feelings, and coping strate-
/ gies with others who are grieving
can be helpful in healing and
recovery.
Big Bend Hospice offers grief
and bereavement services to any-
one in the Big Bend area who has
experienced the loss of a loved
one. Individual counseling or
group support is available regard-
less of whether you or your fami-
ly has used Hospice services. The
support groups are a free commu-
nity service.
The next meeting will be held on
Monday, December 10, 2007 at
6:00 PM
For more information, please call
Pam Mason, 878-5310, X447.


Ch-irch news

Ordination service

An Ordination Service for Juanita Thigpen Sweet
was held on Sunday, Nov.25th at Trust God
Ministries at 16 W. Jefferson Street. She is the lov-
ing wife of Brother C. Wright Sweet; she is the
devoted mother of four children. Currently
employed at Legal Services of North Florida in
Quincy, on her Christian Journey she served as a
Stewardess under the leadership of Elder Julius
Robinson of St. Mary M.B. Church for 20 years. Among her many
accomplishments she chaired the Outreach and soul winning min-
istry, she later journeyed on and was appointed as a Evangelist in the
Open Door Church under the covering of Bishop Marvin Alls and
was later led to follow hei pastor Charlie Fryson Jr. into Trust God
Ministries where she is now being elevated to'the role of Assistant
Pastor. On the behalf of Trust God Ministries we would like to thank
everyone for helping us celebrate such great occasion special thanks
to the Thigpen and Sweet Family. Bishop Martin Alls and The Open
Door Church and The'Outreach Ministry and all other participants.

United Voices 4th Anniversary

The members of the United Voices Community Choir of Gretna, Fl.
will be celebrating their 4th Anniversary Saturday, Dec.lst 'at
6:45p.m. with a musical program. All choirs, groups and soloist'are
invited. On Sunday, Dec.2nd at 3:45p.m. United Voices will be in
Concert with the Minister Errol Flynn of Atlanta, ,Georgia. This
occasion will be held at Zion Hope Primitive Baptist Church locat-
ed at 219 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in Gretna, Fl. on both dates.
Thanks. for your support and prayers, for further information you
may contact Delecia at 850-509-7201 or delecia@tds.net

City Side Music Ministries

City Side Music Ministries is giving away a 7 track inspirational
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



Big Bend Hospice to hold

remembrance service

GADSDEN-The Big Bend Reginald Jamies, Bill Blake,
Hospice Gadsden County Steve Hillard, Carol Schauf,
,Adyi ory Couneil----invites- Terrance- Masse-y--Ryan-Deea,
ever one o0 the annual Service-',0 Step'hen6Beasley and Mildred
,,g,,.g, rnpbrance on Thursc4y, fra inlki will ;greet those
November 29 at 6 p.m. The attending. 'Following the
Service of Remembrance will Service, The Big Bend Hospice
be held .at the Gadsden Arts Gadsden Advisory Council will
Center located at 13 N. host a reception.
Madison Street. Transportation will be provid-
Big Bend Hospice's Service of ed to the public by calling 850-
Remembrance is a non-denom- 556-1786.
national service that brings This year's Service of
together Gadsden County resi- Remembrance, conducted by
dents to honor the memories of Big Bend Hospice Chaplain
loved ones during this very Dennis Ackerson, will include
special time of the year. music by Big Bend Hospice's
"Attending the Service of Music Therapists and, a
Remembrance has become a Hospice Reflection by Bill
tradition," said Wendy Melton, Blake. The Service will con-
Manager of the Gadsden clude with a special candle
County Big Bend Hospice lighting ceremony and passing
team. "I recently lost my of the candlelight in memory
Grandmother, and know these of loved ones.
holidays will be difficult with- The -Trees of Remembrance
out her. The Service is a way are adorned, for a donation,
to honor her memory as well as with gold ribbons, porcelain
the memories, of the patients bells and angels, each bearing a
our team has cared for in personal handwritten message,
Gadsden County." Advisory providing an opportunity to
Council members Willard recognize and remember those
Rudd, Rev. Bill Bess, Monte who are close to our hearts.
Bradwell, Valerie Cattau, Donations made go directly to
Sterling DuPont, Eleanor providing care, comfort and
Fleming, Jeanne Gunn, Litty hope to Big Bend Hospice
Harnett, Lorraine Knight, patients and their families in
Christine Kohnke, Janice Gadsden County, and can be
Lines, Sharon Martrllaro, made at the following loca-
Charles McClellan, Tina tions: Focus Credit .Union
Milan, Tammy Pope, Clarence (Chattahoochee & Quincy),
Pride, David Rittman, Tholley Gadsden Arts Center,
Taylor, Rev. Grant Hignight, Mockingbird Caf6 and Premier
Rosa LeFranc, Duana Palmer, Bank.
Sherry Van Landingham, For more information contact
Frances Kisewecz, Linda L. Travia Cohen at (850) 556-
Jaudzimas; Tricia Collins, 1786.








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verse of the week:
The neighbors therefore, and they which before had seen him that he was blind, said, Is
not this he that sat and begged? John 9:8 (KJV)

A man sat by a pool where people would
wait to be healed, and this man was blind
from birth. Jesus passed by this day and saw
the blind man. He explained to the disciples
about how he was blind so that God could do.
a work in him.
SWhile Jesus was talking to he spat on the
ground and formed balls from the dirt. Jesus
then placed the mud balls in his eye sockets
and anointed his eyes. After Jesus anointed
him he was told to wash in the pool of Siloam
arid he w a able to see.
The people who were in the town could
not believe that the man was healed.
Jesus can still heal today!


FaIMbilty T Time This weelk:
Read the story of the blind man this week as a Family.

aily 'EBible eatdiw :
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
John 7 John 8 John 9 John 10 John 11 John 12" John 13
35


Changing Life
Outreach Ministries
retreat

Changing Life Outreach
Ministries will like to invite you
to our yearly retreat to the
Bahamas and everyone who
wants to attend is invited. The
prices of the retreat or as fol-
lows:
Interior view (no ocean view)
30 staterooms
Double room $394.48
Triple room $371.48
Quad room $359.48
4B'ltJliigade (ocean view) 42
staterooms
Double room $414.48
Triple room $384.48
Quad room $369.48
6A Top floor (ocean view) 22
staterooms
Double room $434.48
Triple room $403.82
Quad room $386.48
The first deposit is due on
December 17th in the amount of
$75, the second deposit is due on
January 31st in the amount of
$75, and the remaining amount
is due by April the 1st. There
will be a,$10 fee for each person
for the charter bus and an $5
charge for the tour per person.
All kids have to pay the same fee
as the adults. The price range
may decrease by the last pay-
ment but every body will be
notified how much they need to
pay. The complete price range
will be between $250 and $300 a
piece, plus the charter bus and
tour bus fees.
Contact persons
Evangelist Tammy Mcghee
850-222-7084
850-363-7268
Prophetess Karen Washington
850 627 2341
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Pastor Brenda Williams
850-980-3542

Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist Church

Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist
Church New: Intercessary
prayer each Monday and
Tuesday at 12:00 noon
Wednesday, 7 p.m. bible study
and youth teaching. 'Church
school, Sunday morning @9:30
a.m. morning worship Sunday
morning @ 11:00 a.m. Youth
Choir rehearsal Thursday,
7:00p.m. All members of the
Matrons board are asked to meet
at the church Saturday at
9:00a.m. Mother Cynthia
Gaymon is asking youth of the
church to meet Saturday at


1:00p.m. and all parents that can
to accompany them. Deacons
and Mothers board meeting
Monday at 7:30 p.m. The clothes
Closet is available for those
needing this service, please call
627-8442 for assistance. For
God sent not his son into the
world to Condemn the World;
but that the World through him
might be saved. John 3:17

New Jerusalem

New Jerusalem presents Y.E.S.
Fest 2007 Nov.30-Dec.2. Come
out Friday @7:00p.m. with
Omega'' Forbes and the
"Apostle" of 90.5 for a celebra-
tion through dance, poetry, and
song, Saturday @9:00a.m. for
breakfast, workshop and lunch.
Sunday @ll:00a.m. for an after
party of worship, this event is
FREE!! New Jerusalem is a
church that is Faith Functioning,
Family Friendly and Future
Focused under the leadership of
Pastor Julius Harris. For more
info. and registration forms con-
tact Maurice D. Stokes @850-
322-2206 or Kimberly Harris
@850-210-2358.

Whispering Pines.
New Life Church
revival

Revival is coming to your
Community Nov.28th-30th
preaching deliverance, healing,
miracles and salvation.
Conductor of the Revival Pastor
Joe Green. Location Woodberry
Road, 90 West of Quincy 85
Whispering Pines. New Life
Church, Pastor Sarah Battles
come out and be bless by the
Man of God. Contact Pastor
Sarah Battles @850-875-3267

Rebirth Community
MBC

Rebirth Community MBC
under the leadership of Rev.
Charles Burney weekly news,
Thursday, Nov.29th 7:00p.m.
Bible study, Sunday, Dec.2md at
10:00a.m. Sunday School and
morning worship at 11:00p.m.
For further information please
contact Bevelyn Perry at 850-
627-4444

Second Elizabeth

Second Elizabeth weekly news
Wendesday, November 28th
Bible Study at 6:30 conducted
by Rev. James Lee
Thursday, November 29th


Deacon & Deaconess meeting at
6 p.m. followed by Church
Conference at 7 p.m.
Sunday, December 2, Sunday
School at 9:45 followed by
morning worship at 11 a.m.
If your feel that blessings pass
you by, And for you life seems a
bit unfair,
Just remember, Christ was
born to die, And in His great sal-
vation you can share.
Second Elizabeth is located at
2718 Attapulgus Highway,
Quincy.
Rev. Dr. General Bryant, Jr.,
Pastor

Shiloh Comimuniityi
MB Church

He's Back!!!!
Pastor Jerome Pendleton,
Shiloh Community MB Church
And Outreach Center "Loves
Makes The Difference" radio
ministry with WWSD 1230 am
the station for every generation
the electric every Sunday 5:00-
5:30p.m. The Preacher Man
Hour Every Sunday 5:30-
7:00p.m. Starting soon: Free cd
& tape giveaways McDonalds &
Pizza Hut gift certificates So
please tune in with him every
Sunday 5-7p.m. Coming Soon
Teen Talk Live! May 2008
Shiloh Community Scholarship

St. Mary M.B. Church

St. Mary M.B. Church
(Sawdust Community) Elder
Julius Robinson, Pastor
Church Services: Prayer
Meeting/Bible Study every
Wednesday night at 7:00p.m.
Worship Services: 2nd, 3rd and
4th Sundays, Sunday school
begins at 10:00a.m. and worship
services begin at ll:00a.m.
Pastor's 21st Anniversary
Services nightly services
@7:30p.m. Saturday, December
1st-Faith Cornerstone, Malone,
Fl. Evangelist Virgina Smith,
Monday, December 3rd Pine
Bloom Association Night with
Pastor Neel bringing the word
from New Hope M.B. Church;
Tuesday, Dec.4t St. Peter
Apostolic Church Pastor John
Battles; Wednesday, Dec.5th Mt.
Pilgrim P.B. Church, Pastor
Aaron Bush; Thursday, Dec.6th
St. Paul and St. John P.B.
Church, Pastor Daniel Williams
and Pastor Macarthur and
Sunday morning services,
Dec.9th 11:00a.m. services with
Pastor Gregory Taylor. The pub-
lic is welcome to come out to
any of these services.


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OUR MISSION: Provide independent living for the elderly, disabled, and convalescent
citizens through homemaking and companionship. Enhancing their lives without stress or
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Football is a game in which two teams of 11 players each try to move a ball by running or passing across the other team's' goal This Is called a touchdown Scoring can also
occur when the ball is kicked through the goal posts. This is called a field goal. Each team has chances, which are called downs, to get the ball over the other team's goal line
unless the defending team takes the ball away.
The main type of football is tackle football. There are other versions of the game, such as touch or flag football, that are not as rough These versions are often played by
young players to avoid injuries, In these versions of the game, instead of being tackled by defenders, the carrier is touched, or his flag is taken away from him. To assure that
all of the rules of play are followed, line judges and referees govem the game Players and coaches must folloer, the rules of the game according to the official's decisions.
In the United States there are three basiclevels of organized football. These levels are high school, college; and professional. There are also recreational levels that many
children, boih boys and girls, play throughout the year The modern game of football was derived from the game of rugby which was created in the United Kingdom In the
late 1800's college students began playing the game against each other. The rules were modified by school officials, in order to make the game safer to play, as there were
many injuries in early games. By 1912, Amencan football had become what we know today, with the regulation-sized football being instituted. Today, football is a very popular
sport in the United States at the professional level. Every year in January or February, since 1967, the top two teams have competed in the Super Bowl, This is pro-football's
top honor and crowns the champion for that year
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soccer is referred to as football and is quite different from
our version of football? That is why the game we know
as football in the United Slates is commonly referred to
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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.


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Mr. and Mrs. Keith Faircloth of
Quincy, Fl, are excited to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Kira Loel Faircloth to
Matthew Douglas Woods. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Woods of Covington, Kentucky.
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of Mr. Felix
Faircloth and the late Mrs. Mae
Faircloth of Quincy, Fl and Mrs.
Vergie Pace and the late W.C.
Pace of Greensboro, Fl. The-
groom-to-be is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woods of
Walton, Kentucky and Mr. and
Mrs. William Wilson of Florence,
Kentucky. Kira is a 2003
graduate of Tallavana Christian


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School in Havana, Fl and a 2007
graduate of Southeastern
University in Lakeland, Fl with a
Bachelor's degree in Social
Work. Matt is a 1999 graduate of
Calvary Christian School in
Covington, KY, and a 2003
graduate of The University of
Tampa, in Tampa, Fl with a
Bachelor of Science degree in
Marketing. The wedding is
planned for December 29,2007
3:00 in the afternoon at First
Baptist Church in Qunicy, Fl..
After -the honeymoon trip to
Mexico, the couple will reside in
Tampa, Fl. No invitations are
being sent locally, but all family
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.


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Gadsden Woman to
Woman presents
Volleyball Challenge
Party with 96.1 JAMZ Live
radio broadcast, check out the
Health Expo for great Info and
Enjoy the Volleyball Challenge!
Check this out! Did you know
that healthy eating and, being
physically active could lower
your chance of developing
diabetes, high blood pressure,
obesity and even osteoporosis? A
significant proportion of
individuals in Gadsden County
are not physically active which
leads to higher rates of obesity.
So if you've been looking for a
fun, easy and a great way to step
it up and feel good about
yourself, come out and enjoy an
afternoon of fun and fellowship
at Carter-Parramore Academy in
Quincy on Saturday, December
8th from 12p.m. to 3p.m. It's
time to get right! What does that
mean? Come on out on Saturday,
December 8th and register your
team of 8 or more for the 2nd
annual volleyball challenge, and
enjoy an afternoon of food prizes,
and music with 96.1 Jamz!
Gadsden. Woman to Woman
brings this event to you. For more
information and to register your
team, please call 875-4942

Red Hat Day
Red Hat Day will be held on
Quincy Court House Square
Saturday, Dec. 8th, many vendors
and activities for children. Event
will begin @ 9 a.m. until 5:30
p.m. Any one interested in being
a vendor can ,call Pat Baker
@627-2152 or Emma Gunn
@627-7715.
Proceeds will go to provide
gifts for those in need.


Austin,

Hall to wed

Latina Yvonne Austin and
Donald, Rohalia Hall to wed.
Two hearts uniting forever in
love, with joy. We are pleased
to announce our wedding on
Saturday, Dec.lst 2007 at
Shiloh Primitive Baptist Baptist
Church Quincy, Fl.
Receptionist immediately
following. RSVP only.


AKA Western Dance
The Tau Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
will hold their annual Western Scholarship Dance Saturday, Dec.1st at
the A.O. Shelfer National Guard Armory on Pat Thomas Parkway in
Quincy. The cost is $20 per person. The dance is from 9p.m. to la.m.
All proceeds go to the organization's scholarship fund for deserving
Gadsden County Students. Prizes will be given to participate in the
following categories: Best Western Boots (male and female), Best
Western Hat (male and female), Best Western Outfit (Couple). Tickets
may be purchased from any member of AKA in Gadsden County or
call 637-3494


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Linch, Campbell say vows


Laura Elizabeth Linch and Major
Mark Joseph Campbell, both of
Walnut Creek, California, were
married Memorial Day Weekend at
The Fairmont in San Francisco,
California. The Reverend Terry
Dyer of Quincy, Florida, performed
the ceremony. The reception was
held at The Mark Hopkins
Intercontinental Hotel and the
honeymoon was'in Cabo San
Lucas, Mexico.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Ray Linch of
Quincy, Florida. She is. the
granddaughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Henry Bradford of
Quincy, Florida, and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Folsom Wallace Linch of
Dowling Park, Florida. The groom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Patrick Campbell of Boston,
Massachusetts. His grandparents
are the late Mr. and Mrs. James O
SDonovan of Co. Cork, Ireland, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Campbell of Roscommon, Ireland.
Matron of Honor was Mary
Margaret Bazzell of Villa Rica,
Georgia. Bridesmaids were Marci
Griswold of Monticello, Florida,


and Jenny Sadler. of San Francisco,
California. The Best Man was Bob
Revoir of Alexandria, Virginia.
Groomsmen were the. groom's
brother Ralph Campbell of
Walpole, Massachusetts, and Phil
Rice of North Granby, Connecticut.
The bride graduated from Robert.
E Munroe School in 1994. She is a
1998 graduate of Troy University,
Troy, Alabama, with a Bachelor of
Science in Marketing. She is
currently employed by Wachovia
Mortgage Corporation in ,San.
Leandro, California, as a Marketing.
Manager. The groom is a 1991
graduate of Catholic Memorial
High School in Boston,
Massachusetts. He received his
Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science from Fordham University,
New York, New York, in 1995 and
a Masters in International Business
Administration. fliom Pepperdiiic
University, Malibu, -C.difi'i.l, in.. m.
2005. He is currently employed by
AT&T Incorporated, in San Ramon,
California, and serves as a
Company Commander in the U.S.
Marine Corps Reserve, Riverton,
Utah.


About Face! Program recruiting
.Operation About Face announces its need to recruit teens between the
.ages of 13-17 to participate in the upcoming Spring I Session
Operation ABOUT FACE! Is currently recruiting participants for our
Spring I 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! Operation ABOUT FACE! Curriculum is in an activity-based and
fun format that allows the students to relate topics to'real world experiences
and perform those skills in hands-on activities. By addressing the three
major objectives necessary for success in real life; educational preparation,
functional life skills, and work experience skills, Operation ABOUT
FACE! Offers the participant a change to grow, have fun, and get paid all in
one! For more information on the Operation.ABOUT FACE! Program,
please contact Alvin Price, Quincy Site Manager, at 850-627-7316 or
Aprice@paxen.com


Gregory L. "Manny" Shoats, III
is the son of Sherhonda Bush and
Sgt. Gregory, L. Shoats, Jr. He is
the brother of Aniya Shoats. His
maternal grandparents are Alvin
and Carolyn Bush. His paternal
grandparents are SFC Gregory L.
Shoats, Sr. and Diane Baker-
Shoats. Manny will celebrate his
Birthday on Saturday, December
1, 2007, with family and friends
@ 3: 30 pm at the home of
Christopher and Sherita Harrell
in Gretna, FL.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE SEC-
OND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO:
07-952-CAA.


JAMES .-L.
SON,
Plaintiff,


THOMP-


Vs.

KATINA L. FORD;
D.A.N. JOINT.
VENTURE III, A LIM-
ITED
PARTNERSHIP; 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 4
Commence at an iron
rod marking the
Southeast corner of
the Northeast Quarter
of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 3,
Township 3 North,
Range 3 West,
Gadsden County,
Florida and run
thence West along
the South boundary of
the Northeast Quarter
of the Southeast
Quarter of said
Section 3 and along
the Northerly main-
tained right of way
boundary of Williams
Lane and a projection
thereof a distance of
866.70 feet; thence
run North 466.69 feet;
thence run West
466.69 feet; thence
run North 94.42 feet;
thence run North 53
degrees 31 minutes
44 seconds East
291.33 feet; thence
run East 119.71 feet;
thence run North
172.94 feet; thence
run South 89 degrees
28 minutes 01 second
East 257.50 feet to
the POINT OF
.BEGINNING. From
said POINT OF
BEGINNING contin-
ue South 89 degrees
28 minutes 01 second
East 118.75 feet;
thence run North
366.83 feet to a point
lying on the Southerly
right of way boundary


of State Road No. 159
A (70 foot right of
way); thence run
north 89 degrees 28
'minutes 01 seconds
West along said right
of way boundary a
distance of' 118.75
feet; thence run south
366.83 .feet to the
:POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, containing, 1.00
acre, more or less.
Subject to a Florida
Power utility ease-
ment.
at public sale, to the
highest bidder, for
cash, at the South
front door of the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy,'
Florida at 11:00 a.m.,
on December 11,
2007. Any person
claiming ah interest in
the surplus from the
sale, other than the
property owner, must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL)

By: Pam K. Carter
Deputy Clerk
11/22,11/29


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 2ND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GADS-
DEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL DIVI-
SION Case No.:
07000636CA

WELLS FARGO
BANK, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE FOR
OPTION ONE MORT-
GAGE LOAN TRUST


2001-C,
BACKED
CATES,
.2001-C
Plaintiff,


ASSET-
CERTIFI-
SERIES


Vs

WANDA GAY A/K/A
WANDA GAY
MULLINS, et al,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORE-
COSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the
13th day of November
2007, and entered in
Case No.
.07000636CA, of the
Circuit Court of the
2nd Judicial Circuit in
and for Gadsden
County, Florida,
wherein WELLS


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FARGO BANK, N.A.,
AS TRUSTEE FOR
OPTION ONE MORT-
GAGE LOAN AND
'TRUST 2001-C,
ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2001-C is
the Plaintiff and
WANDA GAY
MULLINS; TOBACCO
ROAD HOMEOWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.; ANOTHONY A
MULLI N S;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
ANTHONY A
MULLIN S;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF WANDA GAY
A/K/A WANDA GAY
MULLINS; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANT
(S) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell
to the highest and
best bidder'for cash at
the GADSDEN
COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, SOUTH
SIDE OF COURT-
HOUSE STEPS, 10
EAST JEFFERSON,
QUINCY, FLORIDA,
at the Gadsden
County Courthouse,
in Quincy, Florida at
11:00 a.m. on the
13th day of
December, 2007, the
following described
property as set forth
in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT. 16, BLOCK C,
TOBACCO ROAD,
UNIT 2, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 56,
OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A
1995 FLEETWOOD
DOU BLEWI.DE
MOBILE HOME
WITH VIN #'S
GAFLS54A77367ET2
2 AND
GAFLS54B77367ET2
2.
ANY PERSON
CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.

Notice to person with
Disabilities. If you
have a disabilities
which required any
accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding you
are entitled at no cost
to you to the provi-
sions of certain assis-
tance, please contact
NICHOLAS THOMAS
Clerk at (850) 875-
8601 or write to him at
P.O Box 1649 Quincy,
FI 32353 within 2
working days of your
receipt at this notice.
If you are hearing or


Voice impaired call 1-,
800-955-8771.
Dated this 14th day of
November, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of The Circuit'
Court

(SEAL) .

By: Pam K. Carter
Deputy Clerk
11/22,11/29-07


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 2ND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GADS-
DEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVI-
SION CASE NO:: 07--
00088,5 CAA.

THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS OF
CWABS, INC. ASSET
BACKED
CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-01
PLAINTIFF

VS.

EARL JONES; KER-
RIAN G. JONES
A/K/A
KERRIAN G. KIR-
LEW A/K/A KERRIAN
JONES; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEN-
DANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE ,
WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS;
HILL TOP HOME-
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC,; COUN-
TRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC. F/K/A
COUNTRYWIDE
FUNDING CORPOR-
TAION D/B/A AMERI-
CA'S WHOLESALE
LENDER; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSES-
SION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final
Judgment of
Foreclosure dated
November 13, 2007
entered in Civil Case
No. 07-000885 CAA
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
South Door at the
GADSDEN County
Courthouse located at
10 East Jefferson in


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New Items, Children's Things,
Women's Clothing, Handicap
Items, Tea Pot Collection
Saturday 8 3 & Sunday 1 4
900 Talquin Ave
Lake Talquin
Call 264-3650 for directions
No Early Birds


Quincy, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the
24th day of January,
the following
described property as
set forth in said
Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 8, BLOCK "C"
OF HILLTOP SUBDI-
VISION, PHASE 2
AND 3, AS PER MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
94, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming,
an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the lis pen-
dens, must file a claim
within 60 days after
the sale. Dated this
14th 'day of
November, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

(SEAL)

By:- Pam K. Carter
Deputy Clerk ,,
11/29, 12/6-07

IN ACCORDANCE
WITH AMERICAN
WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADIMIN-
ISTARTION, at the
GADSDEN County.
Courthouse at 904-
875-8629, 1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) or 1-800-
955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.


IN THE Cl
COURT OF
SECOND JU[
CIRCUIT IN
FOR GAE
COUNTY, FL(
PROBAT DIV
FILE
07000264CPA


RCUIT
THE
DICIAL
AND
)SDEN
ORIDA
VISION
NO.:


IN RE: ESTATE OF
CORNELIA E. LANE
Deceased.

NOTICE OF ADMIN-
ISTRATION

The Administration of
the Estate of COR-
NELIA E. LANE,
deceased, Case
Number 07-
000264CPA, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Gadsden County,
Florida, Probate
Division, the Address
of which is Gadsden
County Courthouse,
Post Office Box 1649,
Quincy, FL 32353.
The name and
address of the per-
sonal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.

ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom
this notice is served
who have objections
that challenge the
validity of the Will, the
qualifications of the
personal representa-
tive, venue, or juris-
diction of the personal
representative,
venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are
required to file their
objections with this
.Court WITHIN THE


LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST/PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the
Decedent and other
persons having
claims or demands
against Decedent's
estate on whom a
copy of this notice is
served within three
months after the date
of first publication of
this notice must file
their claims with this
COURT WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF. THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the Decedent and
persons having
claims against the
Decedent's I' Estate
must file their claims ,
with this court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE FOR THIR-
TY. DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
November 22, 2007.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Elizabeth Goldwire:
WILLIAM R.
WATERS, JR
Fla. Bar No. 71080
WATERS & WOLK
P.A.
1618 Mahan Center
Boulevard
Suit 104
Tallahassee, FL
32308
(850) 841-7611-
Telephone
(850) 841-7622-fac-
simile


Legal Notice
.Gadsden Mini
Storage will be having
a Sale on the follow-
ing units, December
5, 2007, for non-pay-
ment of Rent. Kelisha
Banks, 1-270; Carolyn
Bryant, A-15;
Deneshia Butler, I-
263; Sharrie
Galloway, N-483;
Tammy Hodges, H-
252; Brenda
Hutchinson, K-321;
Velma King, A-21;
Anthony Mathews, D-
121; Laura McNealy,
H-250; William D.
Moore, B-72;
Trienette Pugh, A-22;
Jose M. Rangel, Q-
657; Wanda Venesee,
0-588; Alethaer
Woody, N-518.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND
'FOR GADSDEN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.07-000706
CAA


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8:00 a.m. until
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GREEN TREE SER-
VICING, LLC f/k/a
CONSECO FINANCE
SERVICING CORP.
1400-Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703
Plaintiff,

Vs.

NOAMI J. LONG, if
living, but if
deceased,
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, HEIRS,
DEVISEE.S,
GRANTEES, ASSIG-
NESS, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES OF
NAOMI J. LONG;
PAUL G. LONG;
RONDALE SCOTT
HARRISON; .and
CHRISTOPHER
MICHAEL HARRI-
SON,
Defendants.

NOTICEOF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT, pur-
suant to Plaintiff's
Final Judgment Of
Foreclosure and Re-
Establishment of Note
'entered in the above-
captioned action, I will'
sell the property situ-
ated in Gadsden
County, Florida,
described as follows,
to wit;
Lot 20, Block C.
Hidden Lake, Phase I
& II, according to the
map or plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book
2, Page 81, Public
Records of Gadsden
County, Florida.

TOGETHER WITH
that certain 1998 58 x
40 Concept' 2000
mobile home; VIN
#9D630203KABC.

at public sale, to the
highest and best bid-
der, for cash at the
Gadsden County
Courthouse, Quincy
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.,
'on the 12 day of
December, 2007.

Nicholas Thomas,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

(SEAL)

By: Pam K Carter
Deputy Clerk
11/22,11/29-07

ANY PERSON
CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 2ND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GADS-
DEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
07001345DRA DIVI-
SION : DOMESTIC
RELATIONS

Mary F. Omereife
Petitioner

And

Cyril Emeka Omereife
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION
DISSOLOTION OF
MARRIAGE


To:{name of
Respondent} Cyril
Emeka Omereife .
{Respondent's last
known address} 6226
NE 9th Ave Portland,
OR 97212

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has
been filed against you
and that you are
required to serve a
copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it.
on {name of
Petitioner) Mary
Omereife, who
address is 610 S. 11th
St, Quincy Fl 32351
on or before {date}
10/23107, and file the
original with the clerk
of this Court at
{clerk's address}
before service on
Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition..
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available'
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon
request.
You must keep the
clerk of the Circuit
Court's office of your
current address. (You
may file Notice of
Current Address,
Florida Supreme
Court Approved
Family Law Form
12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires
certain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply can
result in sanctions,
including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: October 23,
2007.

NICHOLAS THOMAS
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT

(SEAL)

By: Taya Turner
Deputy Clerk '
11/8,11/15,11/22,11/2
9-07


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
GADSDEN COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO:
07-1350-CA-A

WELLS FARGO
BANK, N.A. AS
TRUSTEE FOR
FIRST FRANKLIN
MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2006-FF17,
MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERRIFI-
CATES, SERIES
2006-FF17
Plaintiff,

Vs.

RUBY REED; AMOS
REED; UNKNOWN
TENANT; UNKNOWN
TENANT II; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC., AS
NOMINEE FOR
FIRST FRANKLIN, A
DIVISION OF


NATIONAL CITY
BANK, and any
unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees,
creditors, and other
unknown persons or
unknown spouses
claiming by, through
and under any of the
above- named
Defendants,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RUBY REED 360
SLASH CIRCLE MID-
WAY, FL 32343

AMOS REED 360
SLASH CIRCLE MID-
WAY, FL 32343
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS STATED,
CURRENT RESI-
DENCE UNKNOWN
And any unknown
heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors
and other unknown
persons or unknown
spouses claiming by,
through and under the
above-named
Defendant(s), if
'deceased or whose
last known addresses
are unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY.
NOTIFIED that an!
action to foreclose:
Mortgage. covering
the following real and
personal property
described as follows,
to-wit:
Lot 26, Block "C",
RUSTLING PINES,
as per map or Plat
thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Page
110, of the Public
records of Gadsden
County, Florida.
has been filed against
you and you are
required to serve a
copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it
on John Howarth
Farren, Butler &
Hosch, P.A., 3185
South Conway Road,
Suite E, Orlando,
Florida 32812 and file
the original with the
Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or
before 30 days from
the first publication,
otherwise a Judgment
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in the
Complaint..
WITNESS my 'hand
and seal of said Court
on the 20 day of
November, 2007.

In accordance with
the Americans With
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing a special
accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court
Administration at 10
E. Jefferson Street,
Quincy, Florida
32351, telephone
(850) 875-8621, not
later than seven (7)
days prior to the pro-
ceeding. If hearing
impaired, (TDD) 1-
800-955-8771, or
Voice (V) 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida
Relay Service.

Nicholas Thomas
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT

(SEAL)
BY: TAYA TURNER
DEPUTY CLERK
11/29,12/06



CONT'D


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OPEN HOUSE
Saturday & Sunday 12/1/07 12/2/07 @ 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
'~B~j Sale "Tfe Palms" &-' ",Sawdust Estate"





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Direcmons. Take 1-IOW. Exil 174 (drine 2 mnile), turn L on 274E (DriDnve 3 mile
"Sa\wdust Estate" & "The Palms" on the Right
Check the New Homes for Sale. Seller will pay all closing
cost or seller will pay the first 6 months of payments.
No payment until July Ist, 2008!
Mortgage Broker and Licensed Realtor will be on board.
Financing will be available on site.
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VOU MAKE A BID OFFER
OPEN HOUSE
S210 Camelia Drive
SRefreshments will be served.
SSPrize Giveaway
11. Saturday 121/07 from 10 a.m. 12 p.m.
Directions: Take HwS 90\V, turn right on Shadow Road beside Massey Fergerson
Company. Then turn L on Camelia.


Wow!! What a deal!

Warehouse for sublease

in Quincy, FL.

17,146 sqft. $4.30 per

sqft. annually.
13 r :rp- I 'I -;;f *Y'i l ef1 atorinve ns aiy P.I
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Home for Sale:

Real nice 3 bedroom home on
extra large lot in Attapulgus,
GA, 15 minutes from Quincy.
New paint and carpet inside.
a58,000.00

Call 850-627-7375


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1301 Dogwood Drive,
Havana, FL
2,440 sqft. 4 bedrooms,
3 baths/ 2.1 acres.
Price $275,000 or make offer
Call (850) 4P2-8015
SRealt6rs Welcome

For Rent
Greensboro
House 3 BR, 2 BA
$600 per month + deposit.
Lake Talquin M/H 2 BR
$350 per month + deposit.
Call evenings and night
875-2579

2608 Providence Road off Hosford Hwy,
4/1 block home,
refrigerator/stove/garbage pickup.
Section 8 accepted. '725/month,
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229-248-1612.


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Munroe's Second Grade Visits Indian Mounds


The Robert F. Munroe Day School second grade class recently visited the Indian Mounds in Tallahassee as part of their social studies
activities. Mrs. Linda Mathers is the classroom teacher. Front row: Andrea Potter, Hannah Touchton, Slater Stephens, Heer Patel,
Hunter Ventry. Middle row: Alex Shiver, Andrew Tilk, J.C. Partin, Seth Tremblay, Dylan Buckhalt, Jackson Boone. Back row: Garrett
Franklin, Kobie Lawson, Emilee Harris, Dashiell Bassett, Brandon Marik, Katy Blount. Not Pictured: Katareen Mohammed, Logan
Sunday, and Claire Taylor.


GTI names Reffner


Teacher of the Year

Gadsden Technical Institute congratulates Mrs. Georgianna Reffner
as Teacher of the Year and Mrs. Barbara Smith as School Related
Employee of the Year.
Mrs. Reffner is the Program Director of the Patient Care Technology
course and has skilled experience in the Nursing profession, which
would include but not limited to the daily operation of classroom
management. Mrs. Reffner is introducing to the students the
involvement of successful team nursing, the milieu on a daily basis,
patient assessments and safety as it relates to the nursing profession.
As GTIs Office Manager, Mrs. Smith maintains records of all internal
funds, projects and approved work as required. Mrs. Smith emphasizes
comprehensive skills in accounting design and management, including
responsibility of financial reporting, audits and reviews.
Gadsden Technical Institute salutes Mrs. Reffner and Mrs. Smith for
a job well done.

FAMU offering engineering degree

Do you want to be an engineer? If so, you can attend Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical University School of Engineering and
earn a four-year degree. The program generally takes about four years
to complete. There are 125 credit hours, to be completed for
conferring of the degree. Courses to be taken include mathematics,
Science, as well as other subjects at FAMU's School of Engineering.
The sky is the limit on learning. If you think it may be hard, well it all
depends on how dedicated you are. If you want to succeed then be
very dedicated. The school is nationwide. Professor Leon Prosper
says the school is seeking more involvement from African-Americans
to attend the school. Thomas Bellarmine stated that you need to have a
regular study routine in order to stay prepared in class. Once you
graduate and go into an engineering job, you will start off with a
$50,000 salary. It all depends on the job style or company you go into,
whether or not your salary will be higher. This school is a great school
to attend to go in to, so if you are interested in engineering then I
would recommend FAMU, school of Engineering. Also participating
with Prosper and Bellarmine was Stacy Tinner.


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Stewart St. honors students, staff


Government Day at Shanks


Right, Amber Ward spent the day at the Tax collector's
Office. She is the daughter of Ms. Debbie Doyle and a
student in Ms. Jackson's history class. On October 18,
2007 she got the opportunity to spend the day with Mr.
W.D. Summerford, and his staff. Amber had a wonderful
time learning about the different kinds of tags, taxes, and
working with the staff in the tax collector's office. Below,
Argenrus Favors spent the day with Gadsden County
Chief of Police Mr. Gerald McSwain and his staff. On,
October 24, 2007, Argenrus got the opportunity to be
student Police Chief for the day under the watchful eyes of
Chief McSwain. He learned about the job and had a
chance to get on the job training. He had a wonderful day.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Favors.


We are proud to recognize our Students of the Month for November. These Students have
consistently demonstrated positive conduct, respect for others, good work habits, and academic
success. Each student was presented with a certificate and a token of appreciation for their
accomplishments. Pre-K-Amarion Green; Kindergarten-Brandon McMillan; First Grade-Saphyre
McNeill; Second Grade-Marquez Cannon & Floricel Ortiz; Third Grade-Shelbi Green; Fourth
Grade-Princess Albert; Fifth Grade-Kyla Robinson. SSES is honored to present our "Making A
Difference" recipients for the month of November. Each recipient has demonstrated teamwork and
provided the necessary instructional support to enhance student achievement and learning in their
prospective areas. Mr. Steve Critelli is our music teacher and also serves as a lead teacher for our
FTAP program. He is innovative, very cooperative and willing to provide assistance whenever needed
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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.


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Registration for GED
Registration for the December
General Education Diploma
(GED) test will be given on
Monday, Dec.3rd at 7; 45a.m.
Registration requirements for
individuals 18 years or older will
include a valid Florida Drivers
licenses, Social Security card and
$50.00(cash or money order only)
for the complete battery and is due
at the time of registration.
Candidates may register for parts
of the GEb test. Approximate
time for first time registrars is two
(2) hours and will start Promptly
at the stated times. Seating is lim-
ited and will be issued on a first
come basis.
All candidates must obtain a
security pass prior to registration.
This will take place in the V.P.I.
Lab on the campus of Gadsden
Technical Institute, 201 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd, Quincy,
Florida. For additional informa-
rpptas -cad 2 4:5-- e\r. 25J
or ext. 239.


Stewart Street Elementary School
Mrs. Betty Jo Harris is one of our ESE paraprofessionals who work well with the students and
tritheFiin'-he classroom, as WAelfs,~ aroi d campus. She also serves on our hospitality cadre and
is ver3 supportive-of school initiatives. She is truly an asset to our staff.


The K-5 class at Robert F
Munroe Day School's John
Allen Blitch Child Development
Center in Quincy cooked fot
the family last Monday. Th
annual meal of turkey and all
the "fixins" was enjoyed by
parents and grandparents as
the pilgrim and Indian girls and
boys shared a meal. Mrs;
S rSusan Hinson's class prepared
b carrot cake, while vegetables
salads, and the more complio
cated recipes were handled by
"Miss Susan" and her assistant
"Miss Dawn" Bott.



James A. Shanks class of 74 Holiday celebration
James A. Shanks class of 74 will be having a Holiday celebration
Dec. 14th @ The American Legion on the Attapulgus highway forni
8:00p.m. until, the cost is $10.00 per person. For more information conga
tact Frances Harrell @875-1343, Marie Sailor @627-6339 or any class
member. Everyone is invited to attend, will" be having a meetih
Nov.25th at the City Hall @5:00p.m. Thanks for your participation.
James A. Shanks Class of 1985 meeting .
James A. Shanks Class of 1985 will have a class meeting on'
Sunday, Dec.2nd at 4:00 p.m. at Quincy City Hall. For more infor'
nation you may contact Shelia Thomas-Dickey at 850-875-4934
Shanks High Class of 1982 holiday fundraiser
The Shanks High Class of 1982 will be having a holiday fundraisei
to raise money to purchase bookbags and school supplies for children of
Gadsden County. Bring your high school classmates, office members;
family, friends, organization or yourself to a festive holiday party filled
with good music, food and holiday cheer. The holiday party will be held
on December 24, 2007 at the National Guard Armory in Quincy.
Reserved tables are available for groups (8 persons per table) for $100
per table. Individual prices are $15 (single) $25 (couple). Donations are
also accepted. Help us with our fundraising efforts as we continue to
assist the children of Gadsden County. For more information contact
.Monica at 510-4015 or Rutha at 545-5372.


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