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Graduation 2004

Carrabelle And

Apalachicola

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Inside This Issue
10 Pages

Steel Frame Duplex ..................................... Page 1
High School Graduations ....................... Pages 1, 3
Air Force Briefing .....................Pages 1, 2
Franklin Briefs .............................................. Page 2
Editorial & Commentary......................... Pages 3, 4
FCAT Three Year Decline ............................. Page 4
Hurricane Awareness .................................... Page 5
Second Circuit Court Report .................. Pages 6, 7
FCAN .......................... Page 8
Business Card Directory .............................. Page 9
List of Library Volunteers ............................ Page 10
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Environmental Education Expands
For Franklin County Students
Apalachicola Research Reserve Is Gateway To
Disco vern
environmental education for environment," said Franklin
Fran klin County -tudents is step- County School Superintendent Jo
ing out or the classroom inn to the Ann Gander. "This experience fos-
iatural setting of the Apalachicola ters students' environmental
idtional Esltulanne Research Re-
.erve. Department of Environ- stewardship of our natural re-
nental Protection Secretary Col- sources while supplementing
een M. Castille and. Franklin their current school curriculum."
'ount School Supernntendenrt J. LIFE combines the Department's
nn ander today launched scientific, research and conserva-
_earning in Fluorda' Environ- tion expertise with the needs of
nent (LIFEI-a field-based sci- Florida's teachers, students and
nee program for seventh graders. schools. The program creates a
The Research Reserve provides a statewide network of environmen-
lassroom \ithouLt \all-. rencour- tal and marine-science field labo-
aging stud.rnts to e-xperience sci- ratories at state-owned facilities
nce 3nd nalure." said Secretar, that foster interest in research,
'astlle. "By ':-:.-pi.,:n'nr one ,:; technology and environmental
'lurda'. nii-st unique natural science.
,mmunitle.s. students -a ina Apalachicola National Estuarine
.reader under-standing ,of their Research Reserve is one of only
.n-ironment and the importance 26 reserves in the nation. Includ-
f protecting coastal land& and ing more than 50 miles of the
waters." Apalachicola River, the reserve
-ranklin Count i- the first sc-ool spans over 246,000 acres offlood-
listnct in the state to participate plain, salt marsh, barrier islands,
n the LIFE program, designed to estuary and uplands. The
-xpand -clt-ence education n ith Apalachicola Bay supports a rec-
lands-on, field based learning rational and commercial fishery
teachers lead in developing field that produces 90 percent o'f
aboratorv ac u\li\es that integrate Florida's oysters, 10 percent of the
ind reinforce the iexsun umcurcu- nation's oysters and supports the
urn. The program targets rural state's third-largest shrimp har-
. rh -nl and a.irn- ti, tnnr..,- l vest.


Air Force Briefs
County
Commissioners
On F-15 Crash

Chief Concern Is For
Environmental Aspects
of Recovery of the
Aircraft
A contingent of Air Force officers
and civilian employees addressed
the Franklin County Commission-
'ers concerning the crash of an F-
15 jet on St. George Island May
21, 2004. The emphasis of their
remarks was on environmental
aspects of the plane crash and not
on the direct causes of the crash.
The pilotless plane crashed a few
feet off the dock at Evodia Court
in the western end of the Planta-
tion, a gated community on St.
George Island. Estimates were
given that the jet pummeled about
25 feet into the mud. Steve
McLellan, a civilian employee at
Tyndall Air Force Base, concluded
-that there was no evidence of any
leaks of jet or other fuels aboard
the aircraft. Upon questioning,
the officials admitted that the pi-
lot was found about five miles
south of St. George Island, indi-
cating that the aircraft was pilot-
less for that distance until the
crash.
A great deal of effort was spent in
explaining the process of the in-
vestigation, from the inception of
a "Class-A mishap" to the conclu-
sion of the investigation process.
Additional comment was ex-
pended on the safety record at
Tyndall, and' the safety proce-
dures used at the base. The re-
view board investigating the inci-
dent has 30 days to come to con-
clusions about the accident. The
safety investigation board is to
determine the cause of the inci-
dent "to ensure that this thing
does not happen again." Then,
another accident investigation
board follows with an additional
30 day period. This accident in-
Continued on Page 2


June 11 24, 2004


Steel Frame Duplex Continues At
Chronicle Compound


The 3,600 square foot duplex looks very much like a con-
ventional wood frame building but the gyp sheathing hides
the exterior steel framed walls, which are load-bearing. At
this point in the construction, the plumber has returned
to install fixtures, to be followed with electrical wiring and
installation of the duct system for cooling and heating along
with the heat pump systems.


An interior view of the west side of the structure, without
the internal partitions. The spans reach up to 49 feet
across, a feature seldom found in wood framed structures
due to thelimited strength in wood. With specially engi-
neered trusses, in steel, these spans may extend up to 60
feet with 16 gauge steel. Of course, the spans may be eas-
ily increased with heavier gauges incorporated into the
span structure. Here, there are no loads bearing on the -
internal partitions. The fire wall is pictured at right, con-
sisting of a double wall of fire resistant sheetrock extend-
ing all the way to the roof.


- Another interior view showing installation of the partitions,
on two foot centers. A thicker sheetrock (5/8 inch mini-
mum) is recommended by the trade association for walls
on two foot centers.


A closer view of a portion of a wall partition. Note that
these partitions are 2x4 with face plates literally "shot"
into the concrete, and later fastened with screws to the
face plate. Since the interior walls are not load-bearing,
there is some added flexibility should one want to move
the wall systems at some future date. This can be done
with relative ease by removing the "shot" face plates and
relocating the wall. Conventional fiberglass insulation may
be added to the interior walls to enhance sound attenua-
tion as well as preserving insulation qualities. The instal-
lation of fiberglass batts can follow the requisite inspec-
tions of the wall systems. Windows and external doors are
being added concurrently. The contractors on this project
are Eric Dahlen, U.S.I. Systems, Marietta, Georgia for the
steel frame structure, and Stanley Sipprell for the
post-frame structure. The owner and co-contractor on the
project is Tom W. Hoffer.


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A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER


The Franklin Chronicle


Franklin

Briefs

June 1, 2004
Present: Commissioner
Bevin Putnal;
Commissioner Jimmy
Mosconis; Commissioner
Clarence Williams;
Commissioner Cheryl
Sanders and
Commissioner Eddie
Creamer.
Minutes of the last meeting and
payment of the county's bills were
reviewed and approved by the
Board.

Air Force Briefing On F-15
Crash
A contingent of Air Force officers
and Civilian employees briefed the
Franklin County Commissioners
on the recent crash. This is ex-
plained in more detail in a sepa-
rate article on the subject in this
issue.

Solid Waste Director
Van Johnson presented the June
schedule for debris pickup in the
month of June. The schedule
shows which area of the county
and when crews will be picking
up debris from the right-of-way.


Pendleton. All of these county of-
ficers appealed to the Board of
County Commissioners about the
need for additional space. The
Board approved the survey of cur-
rent property in anticipation of
future construction.
County Health Department
The Board approved the writing
of a letter of support for a pro-
posed grant to be administered by
the Health Department.

Department of Agriculture,
Division of Forestry
The new administrator, Mr. Ace
Haddock, was introduced to the
Board of County Commissioners.

Tarpon Crossing RV Park
Resort
Attorney Steve Watklns briefed
the commissioners on a proposed
RV Park Model Resort, the first of
its kind in Franklin County. The
property, referred to as the old
Island View east of Carrabelle, is
zoned C-3 (Recreational Commer-
cial). The County Attorney opined
that the plan is an inappropriate
use of the land. The plan is to sell
spaces allowing for year-round
residency. "That is inherently resi-
dential, not commercial," said the
county attorney Michael Shuler.
"The RV Park is O.K. It's how they
intend to operate the park that is
the problem." The plan included
increasing the number of RV
spaces from 22 to 50. Mr. Watkins
said Emerald Park, in Panama
City, is similar to the plan his cli-
ents have advocated "but that is
something we do not want to get


FRANKLIN COUNTY SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT
June 2004
Debris' Pickup Schedule
SUNDAY -*MONAY4 ES;0 PjS S R Sj;ATURDAY
1 2 3 4 5
Alligator Point Alligator Point Alligator Point Alligator Point
Apatachicola Apalachicola Apalachicola Apalachicola
7 : 8 9 10 11 -.'
6 Lanark Village LanarkVillage Lanark Village Lanark Village Lanark Village 12
St. George island St. George Island SL George island St. George island SL George Island
14 15 1& 17 18 19
13 Carrabelle Carrabelle Carrabelle Carrabelle Carrabelle
Eastpoint Eastpoint Eastpoint Eastppint Eastpoint, 2
21 22 23 24 .25 26
20 Alligator Poiidt Alligator Point Alligator Point Alligator Point Alligator Point
Apalachicola Apalachicola Apalachicola Apalachicola Apalachicola
'28 29 30
27 tanark Village Lanark Village Lanark Village
St. George Island St. George Island St. George Island
To the Residents of Franklin County: Please place your debris for pickup at the curb away from under power lines,
trees and vehicles. Please place the debris at the curb no moUr than two (2) days before your scheduled pickup week.
The department Is prohibited from picking up land clearing debris or debris from undeveloped property. Also, tiere
may be a fee assessed for pickup of large quantities of debris. For more Information contact your Solid Waste
Department at 670-8167 or email us at (cswd@gtcom.net.


Courthouse Expansion
Clerk of Court Kendall Wade cited
'the need for additional space sup-
'ported by the needs of James
Harris,. Doris Gibbs, and Doris..


into because those units are
larger, and they're allowing per-
manent additions, which we
would prohibit." The Board de-
cided to wait for another two
weeks, allowing the County Attor-


ney to perform additional re-
search on the land use status of
parks elsewhere.

Ship Program
Michael Moron presented a re-
vised Local Housing Assistance
Plan and two options for the com-
mission. These proposals are to
be submitted for State approval.
The first option would be to re-
move some of the money from the
down payment assistance and
move it into the emergency re-
pairs. The second option would be
to remove the new homes options
altogether and move it into emer-
gency repairs, and also to move
emergency repairs maximum
award to $10,000 from $7,000.
Mr. Moron agreed to move the new
home strategy altogether and put
that money into emergency re-
pairs. The down payment would
be reduced to $5000. The Board
approved by vote.

Current proposal


Assistance .
Down Payment
Rehabilitation
Emergency Repair
New Home

Option 1

Assistance
Down Payment
Rehabilitation -
Emergency Repair
New Home

Option 2

Assistance
Down Payment
Rehabilitation
Emergency Repair


The County has received notifica-
tion from the Florida Department
of Environmental Projection that
they are reviewing a proposal to
drill up to four exploratory wells
122 miles south of Mobile.
The Comprehensive Plan finally
arrived from FSU on Friday at
3:00 p.m. I have briefly looked
through it. There are a few items
that I noticed were not correct.
The Coastal High Hazard Area
Map included was not what the
Board adopted. There is also no
Future Land Use Map included in
the plan. I am working with Pro-
fessor Harrison Higgins to try to
get these problems corrected so I
can take copies of the plan to the
state agencies.

Tri-River Negotiations
The Board voted to write a letter
to the Department of Environ-
mental Protection General Coun-


Maximum Award
$ 8,500.00
$20,000.00
$ 7,000.00
$60,000.00
Total'


Maximum Award
$ 5,000.00
$20,000.00
$ 7,000.00
$60,000.00
Total


Maximum Award
$ 8,500.00
$20,000.00
$10,000.00


Franklin County Planner
Mark Curenton, County Planner,
addressed the Board that the Re-
vised Notice to Proceed on the
Twin Lakes: Paving and Waterline
Extension has been set to July 12
and the completion date is Janu-
ary 8, 2005.
The Legislature restored funding
for the Small County Outreach
Program. This is a Department of
Transportation (DOT) program
that will pay for road improve-
ments. Franklin County is quali-
fied for this program and needs
to submit one new candidate
project to DOT by July' 1, 2004.
Last year the County submitted
CR 30 west of Apalachicola. I have
spoken with David Kennedy about
this matter and he suggested re-
submitting CR 30A again.


Set-aside Amount
$ 36,800.00
$161,000.00
$ 43,600.00
$ 73,600.00
$315,000.00


Set-aside Amount
$ 25,000.00
$161,000.00
$ 55,400.00
$ 73,600.00
$315,000.00


Set-aside Amount
$ 36,800.00
$161,000.00
$117,200.00
$315,000.00


sel, the Congressional Delegation
and other interested parties re-
garding the scarcity of fresh wa-
ter flows in the Apalachicola River
and environs, also involving the
Federal litigation currently ongo-
ing.

Clerk of Court
Kendall Wade repeated his con-
cern about signing off on Franklin
Promise's grants. Beverly Connors
was on the Agenda .but did not
appear for this meeting on June
1, 2004. The County Attorney
added some information concern-
ing the signatory process but the
Clerk has stated he would not
sign off on the grants as of this
date. The County Attorney will
follow through on the process and
report by the next meeting.


EDIrroLAI & CoMmENTARY


Social Security

Ned and Polly Pooser, Executive
Committee of the Franklin County
Republican Party, have provided
the following editorial regarding
Social Security:
Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat,
introduced the Social Security
(FICA) Program. He promised:
1.) That participation in the Pro-
gram would be completely volun-
tary,
2.) That those participating would
only have to pay 1% of the first
$1,400 of their annual income
into the Program,
3.) That the money the partici-
pants elected to put into the Pro-
gram would be deductible from

Meeks Plat
An unagendaed item involving the
final plat of property being devel-
oped by Jimmy Meeks was pre-
sented to the Board. Chairperson
Cheryl Sanders objected to con-
sidering the item without ad-
equate public notice. The matter
was tabled until the next meet-
ing.

County Attorney
Michael Thomas Shuler, County
Attorney; reported that in the
past, the members of the Lanark
Water and Sewer Board have been
appointed and past vacancies
have been appointed to fill out
various terms. Thus far, he has
been unable to determine if there
is a requirement that the Board
be elected. He opined that future
vacancies ought to be elected not
appointed.
The County Attorney met "in the
field" with the parties involved
with the landscaping controversy
on St. George Island, and he au-
thorized the release of the final
$5000 to the contractor. The rem-
edy still available to the owner of
the adjacent property is litigation.
Commissioner Mosconis dis-
agreed on the issue of releasing
the final payment.
The issue of the water line at Alli-
gator Point was tabled until the
next meeting.
The county attorneys from Gulf,.
Franklin and Gadsden all took
issue with the same provisions in
the new 911 contracts regarding
indemnification of GT Com, so
their attorney is reviewing that
matter.


their income for tax purposes
each year,
4.) That the participants' money
would be put into an independent
"Trust Fund" rather than into the
General operating fund, and
therefore, would only be used to
fund the Social Security Retire-
ment Program, and no other Gov-
ernment program,
and,
5.) That the payments to the par-
ticipants after they retired would
never be taxed as income.
Many of us have paid into FICA
for years and are now receiving a
Social Security check every month
and finding that we are being
taxed on 85% of the money we
paid to the Federal government to
"put away," you may be interested
in the following:
Q: Which political party took So-'
cial Security from the indepen-
dent "Trust" fund and put it into
the General fund so that Congress
could spend it?
,A: Lyndon Johnson and the
Democrat-controlled House and'
Senate.


Continued on Page 7




F-15 Crash
from Page 1

vestigation board determines any
pilot error, or equipment malfunc-
tion, and "that report will be fully
releasable to the entire public at
that point," said Lt. Col. Ralph
Carsapia.
"When you abandon the aircraft,
you are trying to save lives and
limb of yourself as well as every-
body else. There is not per se a
doctrine out there but it's an un-
written rule, if you will, that you
are going to try and steer the air-
craft away from a populated area.
There are times ... we do not
know, quite frankly, what the cir-
cumstances were in this case, it
is still under investigation." Ap-
parently, the five mile distance
rom the point of abandonment of
the aircraft by the pilot and the
crash is a significant part of the
investigation. Attention was fo-
cused on the ejection seat but that
had not yet been recovered by
Navy divers. Nothing was said
concerning what that element of
the search might be to explain the
cause of the incident.


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The Franklin Chronicle


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11 June 2004 Page 3


EDITORIAL & COMMENARY


Apalachicola

High School

Graduating Class of 2004
Fred Earl Babb IV
Erin Leanne Bailey*
Nahshon Howard Lee Bankston*
Nakeria Antwanette Boule
Brian Jarod Brown
Letitia Blythe Campbell*
Brittany Noel Creamer**
Le'Andra Hope Critton
Laura Jean Duggar
Dorian James Evans
Albert Ray Floyd Jr.
Katherine Elizabeth Galloway
Michael Devin Gay
Whitney Jacquelyn Heyser**
'Cynthia Renae Hutchins
Alexander Joseph Jones
Stephanie Ann Jones
Steven Gregory Kembro**
Michael Vincent Luberto
Jennefer Ellen Marshall
Jody Lee Martina
Corey Tyler Maxwell
Larcella Rena Peterson
Tanicia Adele Pugh
Ashley Ronald Raffield
Quinnaland Jerome. Rhodes
Emory Roosevelt Ross Jr.
Kristopher Jerran Stanley
Billy Joe Tomlin
Ali Lynette Vandenandel
Donnie Levere Walker Jr.
Darnell Ernund Ward**
Ashley Denise Williams
La'Shonda Michelle Williams
Angie Leann Zingarelli*

Carrabelle High

School

Graduating Class of 2004
Adam Barfield**
Kerry Barwick
Melissa Brown*
Matthew Conlan**
;Cassle Dempsey
Joshua Davis**
Michael Fordham
Tonya Fowler
Richie Golden
LaDonna Granger*
iMichael Hamilton
Andrea Hayes
'Kevin Hayes
Alishia Hendels**
Jeff Brandon Hewitt
Brandy Hicks*
Justin Kyle Higginbotham*
jJackie Lee Hollon*
Becca Lynn Holton
Ellen Lanora Keith**
Chiquita Lowery*
Ke'asha Martin*
Jonathon Miller
William Miller
Holly Odom*
Lindsey Page
Fallon Paulk
Holly Layne Rush*
Shellie Sanders
Joshua Spurlock
Steven Shiver*
Sharon Rachel Stone*
Nathan Thompson
Denotes Honor Graduate
** Denotes High Honor Graduate


Vol. 13, No. 12


Denise Roux


Address To The

Graduates

Apalachicola High
School Graduation
By Ms. Denise Roux.
It is quite simply an extraordinary
honor to be standing here before
you tonight., When'senior class
president. Brittney Simimons
asked me to speak at graduation,
it was a stellar moment in my ca-
reer. I was truly happy to say that
it would be my greatest pleasure.
After the invitation from Brittney,
I immediately asked my sweet
assistant Hope Critton what I
should say, to ypu all. She said,
"Oh Miss Roux, say something
good and keep ittshort," I prom-
ise you Hope, that's exactly what,
I intend to do,,
First of all, I have to say thank
you to the graduates of 2004. You
changed me as a teacher. It was
not an easy process, but really, I
am grateful: You know, this group
had their own ideas about the
classroom. It was not to be a place
where the 'teacher's will. domi-
.nated the students. It would not
be quiet and orderly with rows of
docile students .dutifully doing
their assignments.. ,
In fact, very often the students
chose their lesson, ignoring all my
carefully prepared activities. Are,
you shocked? Please don't misun-
derstand ... These kids were hun-
gry to learn. They dared me to lis-
ten to what they had to say and
to meet them on their terms. They
grabbed on to writing and bought
into the techniques I taught them.
They sank their teeth into
Shakespeare and gloried in the
beauty of our spoken and written
language. Their questions opened
my eyes and quite often our frank
discussions were about much
more than comma splices, or the
exploits of Tybalt and Mercutio.


June 11, 2004


Publisher ...... Tom W. Hoffer
Contributors Harriett Beach
............ Dawn Radford
............ Carol Noble
............ Richard Noble
............ Skip Frihk
Advertising Design
and Production Artist............................ Diane Beauvais Dyal
Production Associate ........ Andy Dyal
Director of Circulation Andy Dyal
Circulation Associates .......................... Jerry W eber

Citizen's Advisory Group
Rand Edelstein. Alligator Point
Karen Cox-Dennis Apalachicola
Skip Frink Carrabelle
David Butler Carrabelle
Elizabeth and Jim Sisung Eastpoint
Bedford and Eugenia Watkins.............. Eastpoint
Barbara Revell ...................................... Lanark Village
Richard Harper ..................................... St. George Island

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Times like those are called teach-
able moments. It is a wondrous
thing when it occurs. The stu-
dents inquire, the teacher encour-
ages and real critical thinking and
learning takes place. I learned
how to facilitate and encourage
learning. The students were my.:
teachers.
Every year at graduation, I think
about what I would say to the.
children, these students, these
young adults here tonight. As
parents we look at them and
think, if only they would listen,.
we could spare them some of life's
hard. lessons. But in the wisdom
of our years,' ve know they must'
learn for themselves. But maybe'
our words will ring in their memo-
ries when they need them most.
These students already have a
sense'bf dignity... a moral center.. ':,
a righteous indignation at injus-
tice and the strength to speak out
for what is right and fair. They are
fearless ... But I want to remind
them of this ... As we go through'
life, isn't it better to love too much
rather than too little? To trust too
much rather than not enough?
Isn't it better to believe the best '
in others rather than see the
worst?
Now for advice from a mother to
her children .,. 'Be kind ... Avoid


gossip ... Write thank-you notes
... Dress your best for that job in-
terview ... Look people in the eye
when you talk to them ... Vote
every single time the polls open
... Overtip your breakfast waitress
.., Rise above it when there are
those who pull you down.
But irost of all, seek a job that
you will love and not because it
will brlng in the big bucks. I am a
teacher and it is the hardest job
I've ever had. Obviously, I'm not
in it for the money and not be-
cause I can put in an easy 7.25
hours' and sleep peacefully at
night. Oh no. Teaching is very dif-
ficult. I lose sleep, I worry, and at
the end of the day, I have put my
head down on my desk and cried.
But you know, growing up in this
world is hard too. I want to share
that process with these young
people. In fact, I'm proud to know
I have had a part in showing them
the way to the future.
So I say to these graduates. The
best rewards in life are not mon-
etary. The road to happiness is
not paved with dollar bills. Look
inside yourself and ask what you
have to give. Be passionate about
What you do. There may be tears,
but trust me, there will also be
great joy.


Library Happenings

By Judi Rundel
The Franklin County Public Library's FROG Family Learning Pro-
gram has changed the time for its popular Walk 'n Talk to 10:00 a.m.
on Tuesday and Thursday at the Carrabelle branch. Miss Michelle's
Story Time will be incorporated into the 6-week Summer Reading
Program set to start the week of June 14th.
Children in Kindergarten through 6th grade can Read Around Florida
during the Florida Library Youth Summer Reading Program to be
held at the Carrabelle and Eastpoint branches of the Library and at
the Apalachicola Program Site (148 8th Street), beginning Tuesday,
June 15th. This program, offered Tuesday through Friday, at no cost
to participants, runs for six weeks and includes lunch. Great new
books and crafts will make this a summer to remember for all the
children. The times for each site are as follows: Eastpoint 10:30 -
12:00 noon, Carrabelle 11:00 -12:30 p.m., and Apalachicola 10:00 -
11:30 a.m.
Parents of 3rd graders are encouraged to register students for a spe-
cial.program, Music Magic at the Library. Third graders will be read-
ing and rhyming with great rhythms for 2 hours each week in con-
junction with the Summer Reading Program. The schedule for this
program at all three sites is as follows: Eastpoint on Wednesday from
9:00 10:30 a.m. Carrabelle on Tuesday from 9:30 11:00 a.m., and
Apalachicola on Thursday from 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Call 697-2366 or 670-5250 for registration information or stop in at
the Carrabelle or Eastpoint branches of the Library to find out how
your child can participate in these free summer vacation programs.
The Library's Advisory Board will hold its regular monthly meeting on
Monday, June 21st at the Carrabelle branch. The public is encour-
aged to attend this meeting.
The Franklin County Public Library's FROG, WINGS, and TIGERS
offer many programs that are free and open to the public. Registra-
tion however is required. For information about upcoming programs,
becoming a volunteer tutor, or becoming a library volunteer, please
call 670-4423 or 697-2091, or view the Library's web site located at
www.fcpl.lib.fl.us.
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ter Volunteer Training: Two free
sessions will be held to train
Franklin County volunteers to
respond during times of disaster.
Both adults and teenagers who
want to help their community are
eligible to attend. Classes will be
taught by certified American Red
Cross Disaster Services instruc-
tors. Introduction toqDisaster Ser-
vices-Thursday, June 17 at 6
p.m. and Mass Care-Thursday,
July 1 at 6 p.m. These classes will
be held at the First Baptist
Church fellowship hall at 46 9th
St. in Apalachicola, and are open
to the public. Pre-registration is
encouraged. For more informa-
tion, or to pre-register, call the
local American Red Cross disas-
ter services office at 653-4220.
USDA Trade Adjustment Assis-
tance Training Workshops: Scott
Jackson (FL Sea Grant Okaloosa/
Walton Counties) and I taught a
TAA Shrimp Training workshop in
Panama City on May 27h at the
Golf Coast Community College's
Student Union Building. The
workshop was attended by 22'-
shrimp fishermen from Bay, Gulf,
and Franklin Counties as well as
Alabama. The last Panhandle
Shrimp TAA Workshop is sched-


Suled tor June 15th in Canton-
ment.
USDA Trade Adjustment Assis-
tance Training Paperwork As-
sistance: Charles Golden with the
District USDA Farm Services'
Agency Office will be coming to the
Franklin/UF-IFAS Extension Pro-'
gram Office on June 8th & 15th
from 10:30-3:00 and June 23rd '
if needed, to assist shrimp fish-
ermen with completing the re-
quired paperwork to file for the
TAA Program. Any shrimper in-
terested-ih assistance should con-
tact Mr. Golden at
1-800-243-9912 option 6. He will
also be available in at the Bay/
UF-IFAS Extension Office on June
10th & 17th.
Community Firearm Safety
Clinic: The Franklin County
Sheriffs Office and the
Apalachicola Police Department
will be hosting a free clinic on
"Community Firearm Safety" on
Saturday, June 26th from 10:00
a.m. to 12:00 noon. The clinic will
be held at the Training Facility
located at the rear of the Sheriffs
Office and will be free to the
citizen's of Franklin County. At
the conclusion of the clinic, at-
tendees will receive free gunlocks
for use on their guns. There is a
seating limit of 45 persons, so reg-
ister early. To register for the
clinic, please call Major Ron Crum
or Sgt. Carl Whaley at the
Franklin County Sheriffs Office or
Chief Andy Williams or Officer
Pain Lewis of the Apalachicola
Police Department. Call for infor-
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Sgt. Whaley 899-3142 and Chief
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Franklin County Schools' FCAT Scores Show Three Year Decline


FRANKLIN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
FCAT MEAN SCALED SCORES COMPARED TO STATE AVERAGES
=ABOVE STATE AVERAGE I I
2001-02 2002-03 I 2003-04
State ABC CHAP BROWN i CARA AP-HIGH DISTRICT State ABC I CHAP BROWN CARA AP-HIGH DISTRICT State ABC CHAP BROWN CARA 1 AP-HIGH DISTRICT
3rd-Math 302 7 299 288 !293 I308 289 286 I 2310 274 V296 .
3rd-Read 293 275 1286 298 284 296 303 263 303 280

4th-Math ,294 i* 291 277 298 290 291 289 i292 1312 299 :290 298 287 *
4th-Reading 2299 1* 291 i305 288 300 I 318 316' i293 297 300 *
4th-Writing :3.4 2.9 3.2 |3.6 3.2 3.5 13.2 I '3.7 3.5 12.9 2.9 3.1 1*
5th-Math 318 287 288 320308 i273 I i322 295 I 311 296 *
5th-Reading ,285 278 270 290 274 94 293 272 1293 1285 *
6th-Math 298 262 287 J291 I302 302 I !301 292 1295
6th-Reading. '291 277 288 |1295 288 284 I* 297
7th-Math 292 260 296 296 276 1298 *, .I 283
7th-Reading '294 278 277 297 285 282 1299 297 297
8th-Math 1305 1300 298 1|310 304 295 311 302 i272
8th-Reading 295 1 301 295 288 295 '* 269 1270
'8th-Writing 3.8 3.9 3.7 13.5 13.8 3.5 2.9
9th-Math 286 270 293 282 11296 283 '281
9th-Reading 1287 284 291 287 | i295 272 282,
10th-Math 319 315 285 320 311 309 323* 307 299
10th-Reading 303 292 275 302 269 300 .. 263 283
10th-Writing '3.8 1 3.6 3.6 I 3.8. 13.4 13.3 3.8* 3.5

Total Groups Tested 12 9 9 19 10 49, .I5 9 9 119 10 52 I 7 19 9 19 !10 54
Groups Above State Avg 12.. 1 5 7 2 17 4 4 3 3 2 16 i 0 14 1 4 11 10
Percent Groups Above St.Avg 100% 111% 56% 37% 20% 35% 80% 44% 33% i16% 120% 31% 1 0% 144% 11% 21% 10% 19%


:Franklin County Schools' FCAT

'Scores Show Three Year Decline

An analysis of the Franklin County School District FCAT
mean scaled scores compared to State averages for the
same three year period show the Franklin County School
District in a steady decline. This year (2003-04) only 19%
(or 10 of the 54 groups tested in FCAT) scored above state
averages.. Three years ago, the district average compared
to state average was 35%, two years ago 31% and this year
19%. Note the much higher performance for 2001-02 at
Brown Elementary, and the appropriate grades involved.
Tracking the performance at Brown for 2002-03 and
2003-04 also shows a steady decline. What should be ap-
parent to the school administrators are the specific grade
levels identified in this spread sheet analysis and the cor-
responding identification of the instructors involved. The
implication is clear that instruction has a major role in
these FCAT results, among many other factors. The spread-
sheet was generated from public record on line at
www.fldoe.org. This newspaper deems such continuing
analyses particularly appropriate nowas the election con-
- -tests for school board and the Superintendent's race are
-warming up. These are measures of accountability in the
spending of tax dollars to operate the school system. Such
reports are also relevant to other candidate races in order
-to assess just how expert those candidates have become
in budgeting and assessing tax dollar expenditures.



Niles Native Was Family "Rock"
Publisher's Note: Memorial Day, Veterans Day, the Fourth of
July, Flag Day are all appropriate holidays to honor those in the
military and civilian services who are sometimes placed in harm's
way. However, anytime is appropriate to recognize and honor the
thousands of Americans who wear the uniform to defend the
Nation. The particular tribute to local citizen Dominic "Rocky"
Baragona brings home in a very moving way the significance of
the sacrifices our military personnel make in our behalf. Above
all, the article by Burton Cole provides the considerable dimen-
sion to the life of one of our nation's heroes.

By Burton Cole
Tribune Chronicle

The letters carved into the alabaster tombstone in Arlington National
Cemetery sum up the cold formalities:
"Dominic Rocco Baragona, LTC, U.S. Army, Operation Iraqi Freedom."
The words tell nothing about a Niles native named for baseball great
Rocky Colavito, who ran track for John F. Kennedy High School. They
don't describe the West Point logistics whiz kid who could fix any-
thing mechanical. There's no hint of the kid who never outgrew the
excitement over family gatherings and giving presents at Christmas.
"To us, he was just "The Rock," said Baragona's father, Dominic
Baragona.
Lt. Col. "Rocky" Baragona, 42, died May 19, 2003, in Iraq, the only
Trumbull County soldier killed there.
The war was supposed to be over, and Baragona and members of the
19th Maintenance Battalion he commanded out of Fort Sill, Okla.,
were driving to Kuwait City to await a flight back to the United States.
A Kuwaiti tractor-trailer jackknifed on the road arid collided with
Baragona's Humvee, killing him instantly.
"It wasn't combat related; it was a damn truck accident," his brother,
Tony Baragona, said shortly afterward. "It could have happened in
Ohio."
0On Thursday, from their retirement home in St. George Island, Fla.,
Rocky's parents, Dominic and Vilma, remembered that day.
V


Special to the Tribune Chronicle Niles native Dominic
"Rocky" Baragona prepares for a training exercise in the
late 1990s with the 18th Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne
Division, Special Forces Command Headquarters, at Fort
,Bragg, N.C. He was killed last year while serving in Iraq as
part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is the only soldier
from Trumbull County to die while serving in the conflict.


"On May 18, Rocky called me on his satellite phone telling me he was
a couple hours from Kuwait City and they were almost home free,"
Dominic said. "The following morning, I e-mailed Rocky, telling him
by my calculations, he should be safe and sound by now.
"(Then) I'm in the garden doing my peppers and tomato like an Italian
does, when my wife gave a yell. I walked in and there's two officers
there. That's the worst sight you want to see because you know they
are not there for no good."
The United States Military Academy posted Rocky's death notice along
with his 1982 yearbook entry. Friends emailed eulogies.
Retired Warrant Officer Steve. Olney wrote, "I have spoken with sev-
eral other warrants that worked around or for Rocky in the past and
the one thing that constantly surfaced was his knowledge and pro-
fessionalism in the areas of Army logistics ... Rocky was a soldier, a
commander, a leader, displaying the type of leadership that our armed
services need today."
Classmate Mark Horstman wrote, "'Cuda was a guy who knew his
poop, but also knew it wasn't nearly as important as helping his
squadmates with humor and class. When we lose guys like Cuda, the
bell tolls for us."
Rocky was born June 14-Flag Day--1960, the middle of seven chil-
dren in Niles. He attended Mount Carmel Elementary School, then


John F. Kennedy High School in Warren, where he carried a 97 per-
cent in his American government and sociology classes.
At West Point, Rocky excelled as a numbers and logistics man.
His various assignments took him as far away as Korea and .Ger-
many. He was divorced, dedicated to the military, but always longed
for family.
"No matter where he was, Rocky always made it home for Christ-
mas," Dominic said. "It seemed natural for Rocky to be the one to
keep the family together. He always took it upon himself to distribute
the presents at Christmastime.
"Poor Rocky always got the short end of the stick. He was extremely
generous to his brothers and sisters with major gifts like TVs, cam-
eras and computers, while in return he would receive ties, T-shirts
and slippers, the excuse being he couldn't get any big presents in a
suitcase.
"Rocky would just raise his eyebrows and say UPS and Fed-Ex are
still in operation."
When he was promoted to battalion commander at Fort Sill in June
2002, Dominic who never wanted his son to go into the Army was
relieved.
"Fort Sill had a reputation of nriot being deployed anywhere. They just
stayed in Fort Sill. With 9/11 in the background, I couldn't have
heard better news," Dominic said.
Then came rumors of the invasion of Iraq that would claim Rocky's
life.
Afterward, the Baragonas heard from plenty of people they didn't know.
"You have no idea what people in this country are doing," Vilma
Baragona said. "We have received a quilt. We've received some
handquilted stuff just from people who decided, 'We needed to do
something."'
A memorial was placed in Bo Rein Stadium in Niles. Poems, stories
and letters still show up in the mail.
"In the Army," Dominic said, "there is tradition of a commander or
someone higher in rank giving a soldier who does an outstanding job
or more than he is expected to do, a coin. Each commander has a
special (coin) that he will give to this soldier for some kind of excep-
tional service and it is highly regarded.
"When we went through Rocky's things, we found 53 of these coins
from American officers, Korean officers and even from the Depart-
ment of Defense for 'special' work or services during his career.
"He was very proud of having them, and to us, it showed that the
people with whom he worked also thought he was special, as did we."
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This means that St. George Island would normally
be evacuated.
Don't be misled by the height of the new bridge to
the island as a way of protecting access to the
island.
The word we have is that in a Tropical Storm, St.
George Island would be under a mandatory evacu-
ation called by the Board of County Commission-
ers, coordinated by the local Emergency Manage-
ment Office. The danger is not so much from the
higher water but the strong winds blowing across
the bridge.
The map also shows the flood areas'during a cat-
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A winter storm could confine your family at
home. An earthquake, flood, tornado or ahy
other disaster could cut water, electricity
and telephones for days.
After a disaster, local officials and relief
workers will be on the scene, but they canfiot
reach everyone immediately. You could -get
help in hours, or it may' take days. Woldi
your family be prepared to cope with A he
emergency until help arrives?
Your family will cope best by preparing for
a disaster before it strikes. One way to prepare
is by assembling a Disaster Supply Kit. Once
disaster hits, you won't have time to shop or
search for supplies. But if you've gathered
supplies in advance, your family can endure
an evacuation or home confinement.
Use a waterproof emergency suitcase
-and/or a large plastic storage'box for a
disaster supply kit. Include in the kit:
Water at least one gallon daily per per-
son for three to seven days. Store water in
sealed, unbreakable containers. Identify the
storage date and replace every six months.
Food at least enough for 3-7 days
. Non-perishable packaged or canned
food/juices
Foods for infants or the elderly
SSnack foods
Non-electric can opener
Cooking tools and fuel
Paper plates, plastic utensils, plastic
garbage bags
Toiletries hygiene items
Toothpaste and brush
Dentures and glasses
Deodorant and soap
Shaving equipment
Disposable incontinence supplies and
other personal hygiene supplies if yowvyill
be providing care to a frail family member
or friend
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if possible. Learn how to protect yourself
Written instructions for how to turn off' and cope with disaster by plan-
electricity, gas and water if authorities ning ahead. This checklist will
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* Vehicle fuel tanks filled
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* Show family members how to
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electricity at main switches
when necessary.
* Post emergency telephone
numbers near telephones.
* Teach children how and when
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* Instruct household members
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gency information.
* Pick one out-of-state and one
local friend or relative for fami-
ly members to call if separated
during a disaster (it is often
easier to call out-of-state than
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phone numbers.


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* Ask about special assistance for
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* Learn about emergency plans
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Second Circuit

Court Report

Prosecuting Attorney, Michael Schneider
May 10, 2004
By Carol Noble

All persons identified below are innocent unless proven
Otherwise in a court of law.

ARRAIGNMENTS
Arthur Charles Brown: Charged with sale of a controlled substance on April
1'1, 2004. The defendant was.present in court with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs
II. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for June 4, 2004. Defendant was
remanded to custody of the Franklin County Sheriffs Office.
Phillip E. Cratt: Charged with possession with intent to sell cannabis on
February 19, 2004. The defendant was not present in court. A capias (warrant
for arrest) was issued and the bond of $5,000.00 was forfeited.
Tilden Lee Fichera: Charged with possession of more than twenty grams
cannabis on March 4, 2004. Bond was set at $5,000.00. The defendant was
not present in court, but was represented by Public Defender Kevin Steiger.
The case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 4, 2004. ,
Lance Flowers: Charged with burglary of a conveyance on April 2, 2004.
Bond was set at $5,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for June 14,
2004.
Thomas A. Gorski: Charged with fighting or baiting animals and affray (dis-
tfirbance of the public peace) on March 5, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated.
The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The
case was entered on the Arraignment Docket for June 14, 2004.
Richard Maine: Charged with possession with intent to sell cannabis on March
24, 2004. Bond was set at $15,000.00. Defendant was not present in court
but entered a written plea of not guilty on April 23, 2004. The defendant was
represented by Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the
Plea Docket for August 9, 2004.
Thomas Daniel Rell: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony)
on February 11., 2004. Bond was set at $2,500.00. The defendant was repre-
sented by Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea
Docket for July 12, 2004.
Christopher Ralph Richards: Charged with felony fleeing or attempting to
elude, resisting officer with violence and driving while license suspended or
revoked on April 9, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated and released on
$21,000.00 bond. Defendant was represented by Attorney Charles E. Hobbs,
If and entered a plea of not guilty. The case was entered on the Docket Sound-
ing for September 18, 2004.
Delmon Sanders: Charged with grand theft on March 20, 2004. Bond was set
at $2,500.00. Defendant was present in court and Public Defender Kevin Steiger
was appointed to represent him. The case was entered on the Plea Docket Tor
August 10, 2004.
Kevin Morris Schoelles: Charged with burglary of conveyance, grand 'theft,
possession of controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver and resisting
officer without violence on March 26, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. De-
fendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered
a plea of not guilty. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 12,
2004.
Timothy Shawn Ward: Charged with throwing deadly missile on March 11,
2004. Bond was set at $5,000.00. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender,Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of not guilty. The case was
entered on the Plea Docket for August 9, 2004.
Phillip Lee Yerden: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony) on
February 13, 2004. Bond was set at $1,500.00. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of not guilty. The
case was entered on the Plea Docket for August 9, 2004.
Michael David Zindler: Charged with possession of a controlled substance
and driving while license suspended or revoked on March 1, 2004. Bond was
set at $5,000.00. Public Defender Kevin Steiger was appointed and entered a
plea of not guilty. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for August 9, 2004.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION ARRAIGNMENT
William J. Collins: Charged with grand theft on February 19, 2001; sale of
controlled substance on October 31, 2001. Defendant was incarcerated The
defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger .and en-
tered a plea of denial. The casewas entered-on the Violautin of Probation Plea
Docket for June 14, 2004.
Vickie. Dee Cryderman: Charged with possession of a controlled substance
on January 8, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present
S- in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of denial. The
case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Marylyn J. Hatcher: Charged with 14 counts of uttering (passing a worthless
document) on July 3, 2002. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was
present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of
denial. The case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for
June 14, 2004.
Travis Walker Hill: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony) on
September 22, 2001. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present
in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of denial. The
case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Robert Kevin Lee: Charged with 5 counts of writing worthless checks over
$150.00 on May 7, 2003; dealing stolen property on May 27, 2003; grand
theft of motor vehicle on May 29, 2003; uttering (passing worthless docu-
ment) on June 26, 2003; 5 counts of writing worthless checks over $150.00
and 10 counts of uttering (passing worthless document) on September 3, 2003;
obstruction by disguise on January 28, 2003; violation of injunction for pro-
tection on May 27, 2003; issuing worthless check under $150.00 on January
29, 2003; 2 counts of issuing worthless check under $150.00 on April 7,
2003; 7 counts of issuing worthless check under $150.00 on September 2,
2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of denial. The case was
entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Charles Ricky Moore: Charged with sale of controlled substance cannabis
on January 23, 2002; sale of controlled substance cannabis on August 21,
2003. Defendant was Incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of denial. The case was
entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.,
Carlos Ramirez: Charged with resisting officer with violence on October 18,
2002. Bond was $1.500.00. The defendant was not present in court. A capias
(warrant for arrest) was issued.
Laura Trammell: Charged with possession of controlled substance on Janu-
ary 31, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. Defendant was present in court
with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Violation of
Probation Hearing for June 14, 2004.

PLEA DOCKET
Carl Wayne Ard: Charged with felony DUI and driving while license suspended
or revoked on January 18, 2004. Defendantwas incarcerated. The defendant
was not present with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on
the Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Cpurtney Joseph Bell: Charged with sale/possession of controlled substance
with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a church on October 30, 2003. Defen-
d'ant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney
Alexander Dombrowsky and entered ed a plea of no contest. The defendant was
adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 24 month in state prison with 194 days
,credit for time served; court costs of $275.00. The sentence is to run concur-
.rent.
MVarvin Ray Benjamin, Jr.: Charged with sale of a controlled substance on
LAugust 21. 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea
.Docket for June 16. 2004.
,'Calvin Burns: Charged with sale of a controlled substance, aggravated as-
,sault on law enforcement officer and possession of a controlled substance
:with intent to sell br deliver on December 9, 2003; possession of cannabis on


*January 6, 2004. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in court
*with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II who withdrew. The court appointed Attor-
.ney Dombrowsky. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding for August 9,
'2004.
Linda D. Burns: Charged withaggravated assault with a firearm on Novem-
"ber 10, 2003. Bond was $15,000.00. The defendant was present in court with
oAttorney Charles E. Hobbs II. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding
'for July 12. 2004.
:Stephon Eugene Cargill, Jr.: Charged with possession of controlled sub-
'stance with intent to sell or deliver, driving while license suspended or re-
,voked and resisting officer without violence on August 6. 2003. Defendant
-was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Barbara
'Hobbs and entered a plea of no contest. Defendant was adjudicated guilty and
.sentenced to 36 months of drug offense probation on count 1; sentenced to
:236 days in jail with 236 days credit for time served on count 2 and 3; $275.00
,court costs and $100.00 fine. The defendant must submit to random urinaly-
"sis, substance abuse evaluation/treatment, abstain from drugs and obey 7
:p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew. The cost of supervision was waived. Sentence is to run
-concurrent.
- Stephon Eugene Cargill, Jr.: Charged with possession of controlled sub-
-*stance with intent to sell or deliver, possession of cannabis and driving while
:license suspended or revoked on November 9, 2003. Defendant was incarcer-
S :ted. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Barbara Hobbs, en-


tered a plea of no contest and adjudication was withheld. The defendant was
sentenced to 36 months of drug offense probation on count 1; sentenced to
245 days in jail with 245 days credit for time served on count 2. sentenced to
60 days in jail with 60 days credit for time served on count 3; $275.00 court
costs and $100.00 fine. The defendant must submit to random urinalysis,
substance abuse evaluation/treatment, abstain from drugs and obey 7 p.m.
to 7 a.m. curfew. The cost of supervision was waived. Sentence is to run con-
current.
Stephon Eugene Cargill, Jr.: Charged with false imprisonment, battery and
possession of cannabis on November 23, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated.
The defendant was present in court with Attorney Barbara Hobbs. All charges
were dismissed.
Robert J. Dillon: Charged with trafficking in a controlled substance on Janu-
ary 30, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II. The case was entered on the Docket Sound-
ing for August 9, 2004.
Ross Wayne Edwards: Charged with two counts sale of a controlled sub-
stance and one count of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon on January
15, 2004; possession of contraband at a county detention facility on February
18, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II who entered a motion for competency. The
case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 12, 2004.
Lance Flowers: Charged with burglary of a conveyance on December 22, 2003.
Bond was $2,500.00. The defendant was present in court with Public De-
fender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for June 14,
2004.
Janet E. Ferris: Charged with possession of contraband at a county deten-
tion facility on February 18, 2004. The defendant was not present in court but
was represented by Attorney James Banks. The case was entered on the Plea
Docket for June 14, 2004.
Beauford Grey: Charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon and 1 count of battery on June 14, 2003. Bond was $50,000.00. The
defendant was present in court with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II. The case
was entered on the Docket Sounding for August 9, 2004.
Robert J. Hubbart: Charged with sale of controlled substance on October 24,
2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudi-
cated guilty. Defendant was sentenced to 24 months in state prison with 198
days credit for time served; 12 months probation with cost of supervision
waived.
Sheri M. Hutchins: Charged with 2 counts delivery of a controlled substance
to minor and I count of murder (third'degree) on August 20, 2003. The defen-
dant was present in court with Attorney Rachel Chesnut. The case was en-
tered on the Plea Docket for August 9, 2004.
Terry Lee Jacks: Charged with grand theft (third degree) on December 6,
2003. Bond was $500.00. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger; entered a plea of no contest and adjudication was
withheld. Defendant was sentenced to 18 months probation, $275.00 court
costs and cost of supervision was waived.
Jason Derrick Keith: Charged with leaving the scene of accident with inju-.
ries and DUI causing damage to person or property on November 21, 2003.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public,
Defender Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated guilty
on count 2. The state dropped the charges on count 1 and lesser charges of
reckless driving added. The defendant was sentenced to 60 days in jail with
60 days credit for time served and $125.00 court costs.
Willie Carr Lake: Charged with possession of contraband at a county deten-
tion facility on March 4, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant
was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no
contest and was adjudicated guilty. The defendant was sentenced to 6 months
in jail with 67 days credit for time served; 3-years probation; $375.00 court
costs; cost of supervision waived and financial amounts reduced to judge-
ment.
Mario Lane: Charged with battery of law enforcement officer on December 13,
2003. Bond was $5,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Attorney
Robert Culpepper. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding for June 14,
2004.
Henry Albert Lee: Charged with sale of controlled substance on August 21,
2003. Bond was $15,000.00. The defendant was not present. Public Defender
Kevin Steiger was present. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for July
12, 2004.
Kelvin A. Martin: Charged with two counts sale/possession of controlled
substance with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a church on December 13,
2003. Bond was $2,500.00. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. Case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 12,
2004. ,
Elton R. Moore: Charged with 9 counts of writing worthless checks over
$150.00 on Sentember 18, 2003. The defendant was present in court with


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Horace Powell. II: Charged with grand theft on August 13, 2002. Defendant
was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender
Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Mark Paul Sanders: Charged with felony fleeing or attempt to elude on De-
cember 11, 2003; introducing contraband into county detention facility, DUI,
driving while license suspended or revoked, fleeing or attempting to elude
police officer, refusal to submit to balance test, possession of cannabis, resist-
ing arrest without violence on September 20, 2003. Bond was $4,750.00. The
defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case
was entered on the Docket Sounding for July 12, 2004.
Tammy Shiver: Charged with trafficking In controlled substance and sale of
controlled substance on August 21, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defen-
dant was present in court with Attorney Hoot Crawford, entered a plea of no
contest and adjudication was withheld. The state dropped all charges on count
1. The defendant was sentenced to 2 years probation; $275.00 court costs
and $100.00 fine. Cost of supervision was waived.
Daniel Alan Stepp: Charged with dealing in stolen property, battery on per-
son 65 years of age or older and battery on December 13. 2003. Defendant
was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender
Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated guilty. Defen-
dant was sentenced to 3 years probation; $275.00 restitution. The defendant
must abstain from alcohol, drugs and bars and submit to random urinalysis
testing. Defendant is not to live with victims and have only peaceful contact.
The battery charges were dropped by the state.
Shirley A. Strong: Charged with possession of controlled substance on No-
vember 17, 2003. Bond was $2,500.00. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II. The case was entered on the Docket Sound-
ing for June 14, 2004.
Kenneth E. Suggs: Charged with 3 counts of writing worthless checks over
$150.00 on September 10, 2003. Bond was $1,000.00. The defendant was
present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no con-
test and adjudication was withheld. Defendant was sentenced to 2 years pro-
bation to run concurrent; restitution of $7,892.52, $1,217.75 and $316.00 to
victims. Cost of supervision was waived.
Mitchell Keith Terranova: Charged. with obtaining controlled substance by
fraud on September 11, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. Deferred prosecutor
agreement entered into by the State Attorney.
Robert Walter Thomas: Charged with sexual battery victim physically help-
less on November 4, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was
present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on
the Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Armando J. Trujillo: Charged with criminal mischief (3rd degree felony), felony
fleeing or attempt to elude and attached tag not assigned on June 17, 2003.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for June 14,
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Lisa F. Whitehead: Charged with grand theft on October 10, 2003. Bond was
$2,500.00. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger. The case was entered for a non jury trial on June 16, 2004.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION PLEA DOCKET
Carl Wayne Ard: Charged with DUI manslaughter on February 13, 2003.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was not present in court but was
represented by Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the
Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Willie Fred Baucham: .Charged with resisting officer with violence on Decem-
ber 8, 2002. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, and entered a plea of denial to new allega-
tions. The case was entered on the Violation of Probation Hearing Docket for
August 9, 2004.
Wesley W. Branch: Charged with grand theft of motor vehicle on April 18,
2002. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger.
The case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14,
2004.
William Cargill: Charged with sale of controlled substance within 1,000 feet
of a church on October 9, 2003. The defendant was incarcerated. The defen-
dant was present in-court with Attorney Alexander Dombrowsky, admitted to
being, in violation of probation, and adjudicated guilty. Defendant was sen-
tenced to 61 days in jail with 61 days credit for time served; all conditions of
probation reinstated.
Joey C. Cogburn: Charged with forgery on August 9, 2002; 2 counts of utter-
ing (passing a bogus document) and forgery on October 8, 2002. The defen-
dant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was
entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for July 12, 2004.

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SFiscal Responsibility
The Franklin County Sheriff's Department consumes over 20 percent of the County budget, in excess of
four (4) million dollars. Do you know where that money is going? As your Sheriff, I will publish the
department's budget on the county's web-site. You will know where each tax dollars is going.

Conuntnity Involvement
Community service will be paramount. I will implement a Police Explorer programs for Franklin
County middle and high school children, community policing in all neighborhoods, a "Crime Stopper"
(turn in a.drug pusher) reward program would be instituted and administered by a full time sworn law
enforcement officer. A Reserve Deputy program will be instituted, capitalizing on the expertise of
experienced former law enforcement personnel living in our community.

Partner with Federal, State and local law ienlforcemeint profesionals
If elected, I will. capitalize on my relationship with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Drug
Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the FBI and other federal,
state and local agencies to implement a an aggressive and continuing program of training and
enforcement. Training will be implemented utilizing the expertise of existing agencies in the surrounding
cities and counties. These agencies will be utilized to augment sheriffs office personnel to eliminate drug
trafficking and other criminal activity. This will be accomplished with minimal expense to Franklin
County.

Career Service
If elected, I will ask State Legislators to pass local legislation giving Franklin County Sheriff s Deputies
"Career Status." This will give all deputies below the rank of Captain legal standing before a grievance
committee. The Deputies would no longer serve solely at the discretion of the Sheriff. Nationally
accredited hiring standards will be implemented and a career path established, resulting in higher moral and
a more professional law enforcement agency, at no cost to the County.

Departmental A accreditation
If elected, I will seek Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation for the Franklin County Sheriff s Office.
This is a formal and thorough peer review by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement
Agencies (CALEA). This will document to the citizens of Franklin County that their Sheriff's Office
adheres to high standards of professionalism. Becoming accredited by the Florida Law Enforcement
Accreditation Commission is considered a significant accomplishment and this status is held in high esteem
by the criminal justice community.

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I will utilize the expertise of other law enforcement agencies in achieving the maximum benefit of available
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Second Circuit Court Report from Page 6

Joseph C. Cogburn: Charged with burglary of a dwelling and 2 counts of
dealing in stolen property on June 28, 2003; burglary of a dwelling and 2
counts of dealing in stolen property on August 6. 2003. The defendant was
present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. the case was entered on
the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for July 12. 2004.
James Daniel Creamer: Charged with grand theft on January 21, 2004. De-
fendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. Attorney Dombrowsky was appointed as replacement.
The case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14,
2004.
Robert J. Dillon: Charged with manslaughter by auto negligence and 2 counts
DUI with serious injuries on March 9. 1998. Defendant was incarcerated. The
defendant was present in court with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II. The case
was entered on the Violation of Probation Hearing Docket on July 14, 2004.
Clifford M. Dykes, Jr.: Charged with possession of more than 20 grams can-
nabis on June 8, 2001; cultivation of cannabis and possession of more than
20 grams cannabis on September 16, 2001. The defendant was not present in
court but was represented by Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was
entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for July 12, 2004.
Jason Derrick Keith: Charged with dealing stolen property on September 24,
2001. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender Kevin Steiger. Probation was revoked. Defendant was sen-
tenced to 1 year and 1 day in state prison with 154 days credit for time served,
and $275.00 court costs.
Willie Carr Lake: Charged with retaliating against a witness on July 18, 2003.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted to being in violation and was adjudicated
guilty. Probation was revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 6 months in
the county jail with 231 days credit for time served; 3 years probation to run
concurrent with another sentence.
Katherine Laye: Charged with dealing stolen property on February 26, 2000.
The defendant was present in court with no attorney. The case was entered on
the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Alvin Glenn Martina Jr.: Charged with criminal mischief on March 6, 2002.
The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The
case entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
Jeffrey Blair Scott: Charged with grand theft on January 24, 2004. Defen-
dant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public De-
fender Kevin Steiger, admitted to being in violation and probation was re-
stored, modified. The defendant was sentenced to 36 days in the county jail
with 36 days credit for time served. The restitution of $1,765.00 to the victim
was determined at $88.00 per month.
Larry T. Stevens: Charged with aggravated battery with a firearm on April 8,
1998. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Attorney Don Pumphrey. The case was entered on the Violation of Probation
Plea Docket for July 12, 2004.

PAYMENT DUE ON CASE
Glenn D. Buffkin: Defendant was present in court and cash bond of $195.00
was forfeited.

DOCKET SOUNDING
Doug Everett: Charged with grand theft on July 22, 2003, Bond was $3,000.00.
The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, en-
tered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated guilty. The defendant was
sentenced to 2 years probation, restitution of $351.91 to victim; $275.00 court
costs. Probation can terminate early if restitution is paid.
Richard Stacy Flowers: Charged with trafficking in a controlled substance
on August 21, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Plea
'Docket for June 14, 2004.
Quinnella Griggs: Charged with sale/possession of controlled substance with
intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a store and sale of substance in lieu of
cocaine on August 21, 2003. Bond was $1,000.00 on count 1 and $2,500.00
on count 2. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Charles E.
Hobbs II. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding for June 14, 2004.
Marshall L. Sweet: Charged with sale of a controlled substance on August
21, 2003 sale of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a church on Octo-
ber 9, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Alexander Dombrowsky, entered a plea of no contest and was
adjudicated guilty. Defendant was sentenced to 36 months in the Florida Dept.
of Corrections with 7 month, 12 days credit for time served, and a fine of
$295.00. Sentence is to run concurrent.


James E. West: Charged with aggravated battery with deadly weapon on Oc-
tober 2, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Docket
Sounding for August 9, 2004.

HEARINGS
Arthur Charles Brown: Charged with sale of a controlled substance on De-
cember 6, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Charles E. Hobbs II and bond was revoked. Defendant was
remanded to custody of the Franklin County Sheriffs Office. The case was
entered on the Plea Docket for June 14, 2004.
William Cargill: Charged with sale of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet
of a church on October 9, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant
was present in court with Attorney Alexander Dombrowsky and withdrew
motion.
Trina D. Gray: Defendant was present in court with Attorney Gordon Shuler
and entered a petition for early termination of probation. The court agreed to
convert probation from drug offender to report probation. Defendant can be
released from probation in September 2004 if she stays out of trouble. Proba-
tion will terminate at that time.
Jeffrey Blair Scott: Charged with grand theft on January 24, 2004. Hearing
was cancelled.
Sammy L. Thompson, Jr.: Defendant was present in court with Attorney
Gordon Shuler and entered a petition for early termination of community con-
trol. The court will terminate community control. After 18 months, sex offense
probation will terminate.
Duane A. Topham: Defendant was present in court with Attorney Gordon
Shuler and entered a motion to modify community control on three separate
cases. The court reduced community control to regular probation. Jail time to
remain the same on all three.
William J. Collins: Charged with grand theft on February 19, 2001 and sale
of a controlled substance on October 31, 2001. Defendant was incarcerated.
The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. De-
fendant was released from custody; AA required; abstain from alcohol, drugs,
bars; random urinalysis.
Omarsharek A. Harris: Defendant was present in court with Public Defender
Kevin Steiger to enter a motion for pretrial release or reasonable bail. The
defendant admitted to being in violation of probation instead and was sen-
tenced to 6 days in county jail with 6 days credit for time served. Probation
was restored, modified to drug testing once a week for 90 days.
Donald D. Page: Defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger to enter a motion for pretrial release or reasonable bail. Motion was
denied and defendant to remain in distody.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION HEARING
Courtney Joseph Bell: Charged with sale of controlled substance on Novem-
ber 6, 2002. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Alexander Dombrowsky, admitted to being in violation of pro-
bation and was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked. Defendant was
sentenced to 24 months in the state prison with 194 days credit for time
served, to run concurrent. Any outstanding costs were reduced to a judge-
ment.
Marvin Ray Benjamin, Jr.: Charged with sale of a controlled substance on
October 31, 2001. Defendant was Incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was entered on the Viola-
tion of Probation Hearing Docket for June 14, 2004.
Charles L. Goodin: Charged with 2 counts burglary of a conveyance, burglary
of a structure, and 3 counts of grand theft. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger and admitted to being in violation of
probation. Defendant was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail beginning
June 1, 2004 by 5 p.m. Probation was restored with prior conditions.






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The Boyd Report

On This Memorial Day

By Congressman Allen Boyd
For many, Memorial Day is a time to gather with family and friends
and celebrate the beginning of summer. For others, however, it is a
time to remember and honor someone they lost during service to our
great nation. We must all now, more than ever, be reminded of thd
true meaning of this holiday. While we gather with loved ones on this
Memorial Day, our thoughts and prayers will be with those who made
the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, with those they left behind, and
with those who continue to serve.
The honored dead, who gave everything to preserve the security and
liberty of those they loved and those they never knew, have not died
in vain. This nation has a long, proud history of service and sacrifice
given by those men and women who left their everyday lives to pro-
tect and serve our country. Today, we have such men and women
deployed around the world.
On this Memorial Day, we have thousands of brave men and women
serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. As we remember those who have
fallen, we also keep these service men and women in our thoughts
and prayers. While recent events have shined a light on the disgrace-
ful treatment of some Iraqi prisoners, these actions, carried out by
only a handful of individuals, do not represent all American solders.
Our armed forces include hundreds of thousands of troops that ex-
emplify the spirit, sacrifice and commitment of the American people
to securing freedom and democracy throughout the world.
Many of these troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan are our own
family members, friends and neighbors in North Florida. Last week, I
had the opportunity to enter remarks into the official Congressional
Record honoring the men and women from North Florida who are
selflessly and bravely serving our country overseas, and to honor those
who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. Our North Florida units,
the 3rd Infantry Battalion of the 124 Infantry Brigade, the 269th
Engineer Company, and the 144th Transportation Company are all
in our thoughts and prayers oft this Memorial Day, and everyday.
While we take time on this Memorial Day to remember those wh6
gave their lives in service, and those who are currently serving, let us
not forget our veterans and military retirees. Last week we achieved a
great victory for veterans and military families when the House Armed
Services Committee agreed to include provisions to end the Survivor
Benefit Penalty in the Defense Authorization bill, which passed in the
House. The provision adjusts the basic Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP)
annuity amounts for surviving spouses, age 62 or over, of former
military personnel from 35% to 55% over a four year, period begin-
ning next year. Over the last several months, we have worked with
veterans' and military officers' organizations to press Congress to end,
the Survivor Benefit Penalty. As an original co-sponsor of the bill to
end the penalty, I was very pleased the House voted for this provision
last week.
On this Memorial Day, we honor those who made the ultimate sacri-
fice for freedom; we honor those who continue to serve our great na-
tion; we honor those who dedicated years of their lives to defend lib-
erty and promote democracy. On this day, and always, they are in
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from Page 2
Q: Which political party elimi-
nated the income tax deduction
for Social Security (FICA) with-
holding?
A: The Democrat Party.
Q: Which political party started
taxing Social Security annuities?
A: The Democrat Party, with Al,
Gore casting the "tie-breaking,"
deciding vote as President of the
Senate, while he was Vice Presi-
dent of the U.S.
Q: Which political party decided
to give Social Security payments
to immigrants?
A: Jimmy Carter and the Demo-.
crat Party. Immigrants moving
into this country, if over 65 and
at age 65, now receive SSI Social
Security payments! The Democrat
Party gave these payments to
them, even though they never
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Suite 201
St. George Island, FL 32328

LAND FOR SALE:
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Pag 10*1 ue20 OAL WE ESAE


The Franklin Chronicle


List of Library

Volunteers
As promised from the last
Chronicle issue, here is the list of
volunteers recently honored at the
Eighth Annual Volunteer and
Special Friends Recognition Tea
held on Sunday, May 23rd. The
list of volunteers present at the
celebration is published below:
General Assistance
Laura Brannan
Joe Pouncey
Alicia Pouncey
Paula Barrack
Gathana Parmeras
Dawn Radfcrd
Jennifer Edwards
Sandra Ruckman
Selina Winchester
Judy Krensch
Marilyn McCann
LaFiese Edwards
Cherry Rankin
Pati Anderson
Deby Bachman
Chris Creamer
Sharon Soderholm
Sarah Goggins
Lee Matern
Joe Garrity
Jessan Dunn Otis
Judith Irvin
Ollie Gunn
Tom Adams
Jim Lashley
Bernie Horowitz
Ed Moberly
Keeva Butler
Valentina Webb
Thomas Webb
Carla Bankston
Sherrelyn Pierce
Elinor Mount-Simmons
Alice Brown
Alice Nowling
Lisa Irish
Iris Gurganus
Library Staff
(non-volunteer)
Eileen Annie Ball
Carolyn Sparks
Judi Rundel
Marlene Moore
Delpha Michelle Duggar
Bonny Ball
Suzanne Creamer
Gladys Gutlin
Eddie Fields
Bijan Neshat
Joan Sutcliffe
Louise Hobbs
.Teen Volunteers
Alexis Ryan
Andrew Gurganus
Chris Nabors
Thomas Provenzano
Loismay Provenzano
Amber Nowling
Morgan Yunick
Veronica Ryan
April Avery
Anthony Miley
Stephine McDowell
Chenara McKinney
Samantha Pouncey
Cecil Joe Pouncey, flI
Chris Pouncey
Khrystal Davis
Chelsea Soderholm
Jennifer Pickett
Samnantha Creamer
Jennifer Moro
Olivia Benitez
Jimmy Goggins
Charles Goggins
Jami Giametta
Anna Morris
Ashley Gunn
Ashley Doyle
Francie McDaniel
Stephaney Provenzano
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Jane Davis
Rita Culbertson
Cheryl Berberet
Mary Ann Shields
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Christine Hinton
Rene Topping
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that would initially learn the sales function and
then supplement responsibilities in related areas,
such as distribution and production. Successful
applicant will have a spotless driving record and
references. Please send detailed resume to: Tom
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FOR SALE

SEA DUNE HOME IN THE ST. GEORGE PLANTATION


In post and beam construction, the load-bearing
poles extend all the 'ay to the root. About 41
support the structure, spliced together at variouss
interNals. NormallN. the roof s. stem is placed on
top of the structure before the e\ternor \alls are
erected since these are not load bearing.


* THE HOUSE: 2,100 square feet, heated or cooled, with cathedral living area, study, kitchen, four bedrooms
and three bathrooms, and sun deck. There is enormous rental potential with this design, permitting separate
area for the landlord.
* ENGINEERED TO WITHSTAND 160 MPH WINDS AND A 20-FOOT STORM SURGE.
* POST AND BEAM CONSTRUCTION: 41 pilings extend through each floor, holding up the roof system.
None of the exterior walls are load-bearing. There are three levels in this home built to last. Post and Beam
construction is the best and superb design for any building reposing on a pile of sand. 2100 square feet heated
and cooled. One of the last homes built on St. George Island by Mason Bean.
* ELEVATOR: by Sedgewick installed by Mowrey Elevators. Joined with a concrete ramp used for wheel-
chair accessibility to the living level. Can also function as a dumbwaiter and is especially useful for transport-
ing wood to the wood burning stove in the living area. The stove will adequately heat the house in the coldest
weather.
* CEILING FANS: In bedrooms and living areas.
* PROJECTION ROOM AND MINIATURE THEATRE OR STUDY: Prewired for a music system or film
and TV soundtracks.
* SOLID-CORE DOORS: Throughout the house: New fiberglass doors for the exterior openings.
* CEMENT TILE ROOF: Guaranteed in writing for 50 years (when built, 1989); no fire hazard here as in the
case of wood cedar-shake shingles.
* CYPRESS SIDING: Cut into board and batton design; impervious to the harshest salt-infested Gulf winds.
* TILED KITCHEN AND BATHROOM: On the living level; one-half bath stubbed out in the loft area.
One-half bath at the utility level.
* MOTHER-IN-LAW FACILITIES: Are available at the utility level with plans; concrete foundation already
in place for a wall system and other alterations.
* FRAMING: Of floors incorporates library loads in the study, bedrooms and third level loft which is the
largest sleeping room, 16 feet square.
*AN ENGINEERED FACILITY: For the floor system and the entire structure to carry above-average loads.
* HEAT PUMP AND AIR CONDITIONING: Split-plan design by Ollie Gurin and Trane (General Electric).
* EXTERIOR WALLS: Incorporating six-inch studs for greater insulation; None of the exterior or interior
walls- in this home are load-bearing.
Augered pilings were installed in this
house instead of driven pilings. FoRty-
one 8x8" poles extend from the ground
.. to the roof in a classic post-and-beam
S- .;, design, the recommended mode for
.. any island construction on sand.


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ST. GEORGE PLANTATION
$700,000 MLS#98432
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* Land-Acreage-5.5 Acres Bayfront. High(S L point. Emerald Beach $675,000. MLS#98337
Land-Residential Lot-St. George Island. Bradford Street. Bayview. $209,000. MLS#98336.
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