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Volume 14, Number 9 A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER April 29 May 12, 2005



Mutts Strut


Panacea Blue Crab Festival

2005


The 31st Annual Blue Crab Fes-
tival in Panacea plans children's
activities galore for Saturday, May
7th. "Boy, do we have a day
planned for children of all ages,"
exclaims Toni Courtier, Entertain-
ment Subcommittee Chair of the
Blue Crab Festival 2003. "The
Coastal Optimist Club is organiz-
ing a 10:00 AM parade to kick-off
the festival. The parade begins
between the Post Office and Citi-
zens Bank on Coastal Highway 98
and marches south to Woolley
Park, home of the festival."
For information or to sign-up to
participate in the Blue Crab Fes-
tival Parade, contact: Patsy Byrd,
at 984-5733.
"As in the past, the events will
close with a bang of traditional
nighttime fireworks over
Dickerson Bay. Kids under 12 are
free, and we've kept the festival
admission fee at $3.00," said Toni.
"This year we've given special at-
tention to planning hands-on ac-
tivities for kids of all ages," ex-
plains Toni. "We'll have Wild Bill's
pony rides, face painting, Moon
Walker's fun bounce house, the
duck doodles fun pond, and the
Sea-Searcher 4-H Club will be
providing fun children's games
like bean bag toss, darts, hook a
bag and a basketball throw.
"And, back by popular demand-
kids can experience the thrill of
climbing an 8' by 8' realistic gran-
ite rock. There is a route for ev-
eryone with five routes that have
varying degrees of difficulty," ex-
claimed Toni. "The climber is
placed in a harness that is at-


tached to a safety line connected
to the Rose Auto-Belay. Once the
climber reaches the top they push
off and the auto-belay lowers the
climber safely to the ground."
"Proceeds form this year's festi-
val will go to restoring the Pana-
cea Mineral Springs and operation
of the Wakulla County Welcome
Center in Panacea, "said Co-Chair
SKathie Brown.
"For 30 years, neighbors here in
SPanacea have worked side-by-side
to celebrate our seafood industry,"
explains festival Co-Chair Sherrie
Posey Miller. "Woolley Park, over-
looking scenic Dickerson Bay, is
home to the festival. It has been
refurbished with children' swings,
jungle gym, slides, walking trails
and picnic tables.
For more information, call 850-
984-CRAB (2722), or check out
our website at www.bluecrab-
festival.com.


Council To

Take Final

Action On

Shrimp

Amendment

13/EA
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Man-
agement Council (Council) will
meet May 9 12, 2005 at the Pal-
ace Casino Resort, 158 Howard


Avenue, illoxi, Mississippi. 'he
Council's Committees will meet
Monday and Tuesday. The Coun-
cil session will begin at 8:30 a.m.
on Wednesday with public testi-
mony on Final Shrimp Amend-
ment 13/EA and Exempted Fish-
ing Permits (if any). Persons who
wish to testify before the Council
must register before the start of
the testimony period. Shrimp
Amendment 13/EA considers ac-
tions to: (1) Establish a separate
vessel permit for the royal red
shrimp fishery or an endorsement
to the existing federal shrimp ves-
sel permit (Action 1); (2) Define
(maximum sustainable yield
(MSY), optimum yield (OY), the
overfishing threshold, and the
overfished condition for royal red
and penaeid shrimp stocks in the
Gulf (Actions 2 through 7); (3)
Establish bycatch reporting meth-
odologies and improve collection
of shrimping effort data in the
exclusive economic zone (EEZ)
(Action 8); (4) Require completion
of a Gulf Shrimp Vessel and Gear
Characterization Form (Action 9);
(5) Establish a moratorium on the
issuance of commercial shrimp
vessel permits (Action 10); and (6)
Require reporting and certifica-
tion of landings during a morato-
rium (Action 11). Copies of this
document are available by calling
or e-mailing the Council.
The meeting will begin on Mon-
day, May 9, 2005 with a closed
session of the Advisory Panel (AP)
Selection Committee at 9:30 a.m.
to consider applicants for appoint-
ment to the APs, followed by a
closed session of the Scientific
and Statistical Committee (SSC)
Selection Committee beginning at
approximately 10:00 a.m. to con-
sider applicants for appointment
to the SSCs. Ajoint meeting of the


Budget and Personnel Commit-
tees will be held in closed session
at 10:15 a.m. to select an Ecosys-
tem Facilitator. Immediately fol-
lowing, there will be an open ses-
sion to review the Council's op-
erational budget for CY2005.
The Shrimp Management Com-
mittee will meet at 1:00 p.m. to
review public hearing summaries,
public letters, AP recommenda-
tions, Law Enforcement Advisory
Panel (LEAP) recommendations,
SEP comments, and SSC recom-
mendations on Shrimp Amend-
ment 13/EA and make recom-
rnendations to the Council.
A joint meeting of the Adminis-
trative Policy, Budget, and Per-
sonnel Committees will be held
from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. to
review the Family Medical Leave
Act (FMLA) revisions to the
SOPPs. From 4:00 p.m. to 4:45
p.m., the Habitat Protection Com-
mittee will hear reports on the
Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) Co-
ordinators' Meeting, the South-
east Aquatic Resources (SARP)
Meeting and receive an update on
the liquefied natural gas (LNG)
facility permit. The Data Collec-
tion Committee will meet at 4:45
p.m. to hear a presentation on the
Guif of Mexico Coastal Ocean
Observing System.
The SEDAR Committee will meet
in closed session on Tuesday
morning at 8:30 a.m. to select
panel participants for SEDAR
Workshops for amberjack, vermil-
ion snapper, and gray triggerfish.
The Reef Fish Management Com-
mittee will meet from 9:15 a.m.
to 12:00 noon to receive a dem-
onstration of bycatch release gear
and review Public Hearing Draft
Reef Fish Amendment 18A/EA
addressing the grouper fishery.


Dog Lovers Kick Off
Carrabelle Riverfront
Festival
Just a brief cleansing rain in the
early morning, then a beautiful
weather Saturday began for this
year's festival. Leading off the fes-
tivities was the lineup of dogs and
owners vying for prizes in several
categories: Best Dressed, Looks
Most Like Owner, Most Beautiful
and others. There were so many
"winners" that everyone got an
award.
Susan Bickel, President of the lo-
cal Humane Society: "It was so
nice of Lorraine and the
(Carrabelle Area) Chamber of
Commerce to have us and this
event at their Festival". As they
say, a good time was had by, well
... almost all. The solo cat entered
was somewhat intimidated by its
company, and had to be carried
by the young owner.


Fishing. Gear

Awarded For

Saving

Marine Life

$25,000 top prize goes to
'longline' that doesn't hook
sea turtles
MSNBC
Three designs for fishing gear that
doesn't trap sea turtles, birds and
other so-called "bycatch" took the
top prizes in a competition held
by the World Wildlife Fund and
several partners.
Steve Beverly, a former high
school biology teacher, took the
top prize and $25,000 for a tuna
fishing line that uses hooks only
once the line reaches 100 yards
below the surface. That's below
where sea turtles and birds fre-
quent.
Beverly found that fisheries' log-
book data and studies indicated
that sea turtles swim and become
hooked in shallower waters than
tuna.
In testing by three vessels in Pa-
cific waters, 42 percent more big-
eye tuna were caught using
Beverly's new gear for what's
known as longline fishing. That's
because any bycatch is mini-
mized.
"These solutions safeguard our
living oceans," World Wildlife
Fund President Carter Roberts
said in the statement. "When
World Wildlife Fund began the
Smart Gear competition, we
looked for real-world solutions to
protect the fantastic variety of
marine life, increase efficiency
and profitability for fishermen,
and preserve the bounty of the sea
for future generations. Today, I'm
happy to announce our competi-
tion reeled in three promising in-
novations."
In addition to the grand prize, one
$5,000 award went to a team that
combinedd glowing ropes and
;tiffer nets to minimize the en-
anglement of whales. The contest
statementt said more than
300,000 whales, dolphins and
)orpoises are estimated to die
:ach year from entanglement,
nore than from any other cause.
k second $5,000 award went to
ndian scientists for their inven-
ion to reduce the bycatch ofju-
'enile shrimp and fish in shrimp
rawls.
background on the awards is
linee at www.smartgear.org.


The CommiLtee will review a re-
vised options paper for the Red
Grouper Regulatory Amendment
providing for commercial vessel
trip limits and a revised total al-
lowable catch (TAC). The Commit-
tee will receive the 2004/2005 red
grouper landings data and hear a
status report on the interim red
grouper ruie.ine Committee will
also discuss the industry buy-out
business plan for the grouper
fishery.


Bill To

Amend Net

Ban Fails In

Committee
Legislature Committed to
Study of Net Ban By 2007
Members of the Florida House
Committee on Water and Naturial
Resources voted down the House
Bill of Representative Will
Kendrick that would have legal-
ized mullet fishing with large
mesh nets. A companion bill in-
troduced by Senator Al Lawson
died similarly in a Senate Com-
mittee this legislature session.
Fishermen appeared before the
committee explaining how their
livelihoods were affected by the
current limitation on nets, re-
stricted to a two-inch mesh. They
argued that baby fish are killed
by the two-inch mesh, the Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission now permits in their cur-
rent rules.
A two-year economic and scien-
tific study of the impact of the
FWCC (Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission) rules imple-
menting the 1994 constitutional
net limitation will be started. The
study will be coordinated by the
Legislature's Office of Program
Policy Analysis and Government
Accountability, also involving
Florida State and Florida Atlan-
tic universities and the University
of Florida Institute of Food and
Agricultural Studies.
In what has been called a "highly
questionable" procedure, mem-
bers of the Water and natural re-
sources Committee met privately
for a few minutes, discussing
"procedures" outside of the
public's access to the hearing. The
Chairwoman, Donna Clarke (Re-
publican, Sarasota) called for a
recess and held the private meet-
ing.

St. George

Island

Cooking

Team

Scholarship

Program

The St. George Island Cooking
Team announces the continua-
tion of their scholarship program
for Franklin County High School
students planning to attend col-
lege.
The St. George Island Cooking
Team is a group of civic-minded
citizens who raise money for char-
ity groups by cooking for local
events in Franklin County, None
of the cooking team members
earn money for their labor but
donate any proceeds to charities
and civic groups as well as needy
individuals, The members of the
cooking team choose the recipi-
ents of the funds after being nomi-
nated by other team members.
This scholarship program is in-
tended to provide one or more
Franklin County students with a
scholarship of $1000 to assist in
his/her post-secondary under-
graduate study at an accredited
public or private junior college or
university. In the last two years
thirteen $1000 awards have been
given.
The members of the cooking team
will choose the recipientss. Nomi-
nees will be ranked by grade-point
average, financial need, civic and
school activities, leadership activi-
ties, letters of recommendation,
and results of a submitted essay.
The scholarship award must -be
used exclusively for tuition,
books, and appropriate expenses
and supplies.
Please see your High School Guid-
ance Counselor for details and the
application package. The applica-
tion must be complete and com-
pleted by the May 15th deadline.


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Franklin

Briefs

April 19, 2005

Present: Chairperson Cheryl
Sanders; Commissioner
Bevin Putnal; Commissioner
Jimmy Mosconis;
Commissioner Russell
Crofton and Commissioner
Noah Lockley.
By Richard E. Noble

Ambulance
Dr. Adamcryk spoke to the Board
to update the members on the
hospital and emergency room is-
sues. "I would like to express to
you guys the volume of patients
that we are receiving at E-R now.
For example three years ago, over
a four-day period, I saw about
twenty people; in just a few days
last week. I saw over a hundred.
With Port St. Joe's hospital being
closed down, we are now getting
a lot of traffic from them-not to
mention that people are beginning
to have more faith in the hospital
these days. The issue that we still
need to push is that of a third
ambulance for this County."
"Let me just say something here,"
said Mr. Mosconis. "Now, we are
committed to do that. We are go-
ing to do that. We're waiting on
the funding cycle."
"That's for a BLS (un-staffed am-
bulance) ... a truck. A third truck
in this County is useless. They
can't transport anybody who is
acutely ill..."
"The third ambulance that we will
be buying," offered County Plan-
ner Alan Pierce, "will be a brand
new one. We have two\staffed
ambulances and one back up. We
get grant funds to buy and fur-
nish an ambulance that would be
ALS (staffed) but we do not have
the staffing."
"Our staffing is great," countered
Dr. Adamcryk, "but we just need
another full time ambulance. I
don't know what it is going to cost,
but before we staff this (ambu-
lance) is somebody going to have
to die first?"
Mr. Mosconis then repeated to the
Doctor that the county was work-
ing on this problem with-great
concern.
"Has the County ever thought of
taking over the ambulance ser-
vice?" the Doctor inquired.
"Doc ... Doc .... Stop," M.r-
Mosdonis admonished. "We don't
want to go there. We can't appro-
priate enough money in the
county to run an ambulance ser-
vice ... trust me."
The discussion then turned from
the ambulance shortage to a staff-
ing shortage. This brought the
ball back to the Ambulance Ser-
vice.
"I'm going to start calling Skip
(Carmicheal-ambulance service
director) at home at four in the
morning when I can't transport a


patient," Dr. Adamcryk ottered
sarcastically. "This is the single
most frustrating thing that we
have to deal with. I'm afraid that
this is going to cost someone's life.
I'm not willing to pay that price."
"I'm going to tell you that the
County has done more than its
share to maintain the ambulance
service as is," interjected Mr.
Pierce. 'The County has fully paid
its share of the ambulance ser-
vice. Mr. Blake (hospital admin-
istrator) has not been willing to
pay his share. We have a problem
there."
"I have a problem with him (hos-
pital administrator) having to pay
at all," criticized Doctor
Adamcryk.
"Our contract guarantees two
staffed ambulances," said Ms.
Sanders. "If this is not the case,
somebody is reneging on their
contract here."
It was suggested that the ambu-
lance service be requested to come
to the next meeting to discuss the
issue along with Doctor Adamcryk
or other representatives from the
hospital.

Public Hearings

Camp Gordon Johnston-
Right of Way
Steve Watkins spoke on this is-
sue for Camp Gordon Johnston.
'The Club Court area has never
been approved. There are two
property owners that do not have
access to their property ... We
want to work out an access for
those property owners. We will do
whatever it takes as long as it still
makes our project viable ... There
is no legal access to these apart-
ments right now. We're asking for
an abandonment of Club Court,
contingent upon working out the
right of access to these property
owners who do not have legal ac-
cess. I believe the County Attor-
ney and I could do that."
Mister Watkins suggestion was
approved by the board.

Eastpoint
'The requests had been for side-
walks to be built down Pine Street.
We notified the neighbors," Mr..
Pierce informed the Board.
"No," said Ms. Sanders. "We don't
need to do that (build sidewalks)."
A neighbor to the proposed project
then stepped forward to voice his
disagreement with the proposed
sidewalks or pier. He spoke for a
few minutes. It was clear that he
was upset but, nevertheless, to
determine the actual problem was
beyond the scope of this listener.
The developer of the proposal was
not present. A previous request
by the developer to construct the
walks" 6nr his bini prr.perty had
been denied. Now the request was
to build the walks (docks) or what-
ever on County property. After a
very confusing discussion be-
tween the neighbors and the
Board, the neighbors' complaint
was supported and the new pro-
posal was denied.

St. George Island
The next concern was an ordi-
nance dissolving the St. George
Island Water and Sewer District.
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at the last meeting. Mr. Pierce was
directed to check into it. Attorney
Shuler recommended that the or-
dinance to dissolve the district be
approved by the Board. There was
no one from the public to com-
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mendation by the County Attor-
ney was accepted and the motion
to dissolve was approved.

Alligator Point Sewer
The next public hearing was con-
cerned with an ordinance regu-
lating the type of onsite sewage
disposal systems on Alligator
Point. It concerned requiring aero-
bic treatment systems and also
that any failed onsite sewage dis-
posal system on Alligator Point be
replaced with an aerobic system.
Mr. Ken Ozborne of the Alligator
Point Taxpayers Association had
some questions with regards to
the proposed ordinance. He was
primarily concerned with the
wording of the ordinance. He also
wanted to know if the pumping
out of a tank constituted a "fail-
ure" of a system.
The answer was no. He was in-
formed that the ordinance was
concerned with people who may
be building a bigger home on their
lot and who would then be re-
quired to up-grade to a newer
aerobic system. It was also ex-
plained that the cost difference
between the old and new type sys-
tems was not that great in dollar
terms.
The ordinance would also affect
those whose systems, after in-
spection by the Health Depart-
ment, had been determined inad-
equate or condemned.
It was also explained that all new
building permits would be re-
quired to adapt to this new de-
mand for aerobic systems, but Mr.
Pierce explained that the addi-
tional cost incurred by develop-
ers or new home builders was
minimal a thousand dollars or
so. Be advised: even if you already
have your building permit the new
ordinance may affect you. The
ordinance was adopted and ap-
proved by the Board.
Public Property and
Parking
The next hearing was concerned
with an ordinance prohibiting the
obstruction of public or private
vehicle or pedestrian access-ways.
It would prohibit the parking or
leaving of private motor vehicles,
trailers or fifth-wheels on public
property without authorization,
providing for towing at owner's
expense or authorization by the
County Sheriff or County Direc-
tor of Administrative services; pro-
Nidiing for penalties; providing for
severability; and providing for an
effective date.
The wording on this ordinance
was inclusive of the entire County
and if adopted as written would
have obstructed public access to
beaches and fishing areas and
side of the road parking through-
out the county, along with County


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parking areas and public fishing
piers.
The main reasons for the ordi-
nance was a concern with unau-
thorized overnight camping and
commercial vehicles using public
property as a staging area. Over-
night campers and abusive con-
tractors were the focus of the or-
dinance.
Due to the lack of specificity of
the ordinance it was tabled until
Alan Pierce and Attorney Shuler
could get together and re-word the
document to punish the intended
violators and not the general pub-
lic. A main concern was, of
course, not to-in any way-re-
strict pubic beach or water access
in the process.
Director of Administration
Mr. Alan Pierce informed the
Board that VMS was getting a
price from C.W. Roberts to repave
Bay and David street intersections
in Eastpoint.
The Board approved and signed
a one-year contract between the
Department of Corrections and
Franklin County to house in-
mates, in the County Jail. The
Contract will run until June 30,
2006.
Mr. Pierce informed the Board
that the Building Department will
be hiring Mr. Jack Osburn to fill
the new building inspector elec-
trical position. He will start work
May 2nd. Starting salary will be
$25,000 but upon passing the
state inspector's exam, he will re-
ceive a $3000 raise.
Mr. Ted Moesteller, Airport Advi-
sory Committee Chairperson, has
reported that the Committee re-
luctantly recommends keeping
the current lease payments with
AIATC (Apalachicola International
Aviation Training Center) for an-
other six months, and then revisit
the situation. The Board approved
the recommendation.
Except for June 2005, the Board
approved the second meeting of
the Board of County Commission-
ers at night, beginning at 5 p.m.
The Board approved signing the
Joint Participation Agreement
with the Department of Transpor-
tation for $150,000 for landscap-
ing. The scope of the work, re-
mains to be worked out.
The Board tabled the proposed
agreement for URS (an engineer-
ing firm) to supervise and man-
age a survey project.
The Board approved and signed
a Resolution celebrating Civility
Month as sent by the Florida Bar
Association.
The Board approved one time as-
sistance to the Eastpoint Sewer
and Water company in order to
nmet a federal mandate on secu-
rity issues.
Mr. Pierce provided the Board
with the Lake Morality DOT grant.
He also provided the Board with
a copy of the FEMA (Federal
Emergency Management Agency)
approval of the Alligator Point
Revetment. The Agency approved
$350,000 to improve the road.


Warm Water

Exercise

Classes At

GCCC

The Wellness and Athletics Divi-
sion of Gulf Coast Community
College will offer Warm Water Ex-
ercise Classes from May 9 to June
17, 2005 in the therapy pool in
the Wellness Center complex on
campus.
The facility at GCCC is a fully
functioning hydrotherapy pool
and all instructors are certified in
warm water exercise and arthri-
tis therapy. The classes are de-
signed for individuals who want
to continue their post rehabilita-
tion warm water maintenance or
to relieve pain. Benefits include
improved range of motion and
flexibility, relaxation abilities and
social interaction. Students will
be introduced to hydrodynamic
principles and accepted forms of
warm water exercise such as Ai
Chi, Yoqua and Watsu.
Classes will meet Tuesdays and
Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11:50
a.m., or 5 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. The
cost of the six-week class is $60
per person. Pre-registration is re-
quired and there is'a six person
minimum. Additional pool time is
available at no additional cost af-
ter confirmed registration.
For more information, call Carl
Kleinschmidt at 872-3832.


Free

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At GCCC

The Lifelong Learning Office of
Gulf Coast Community College
will host Covenant Hospice's
seminar on Advanced Care on
May 9, 2005 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
in the Student Union East Con-
ference Center on campus.
Titled "Advanced Care-Planning
is for Everyone," the seminar will
inform participants about ad-
vanced directives. Forms will be
available for participants upon
completion of the training. The
conference is free and open to the
public.
For additional information, call
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Guide Training
Held For
St. Vincent
National

Wildlife Refuge

If you are interested in conduct-
ing guided tours on St. Vincent
National Wildlife then you must
attend the training being held May
18, 2005 to apply for your Spe-
cial Use Permit. The training will
be held at the Apalachicola Na-
tional Estuarine Research Re-
serve from 8:00 a.m. -12:00 noon.
Any person or business that
charges a fee or includes a fee for
guiding on the refuge requires a
permit. This includes but is not
limited to guide services for fish-
ing, hunting, photography, envi-
ronmental education, wildlife ob-
servation, and interpretation.
All guides are required to furnish
proof of liability insurance at the
rate of $300,000 general liability/
occurrence, by an insurance com-
pany which is acceptable to the
Service. All employees conducting
services on the refuge must attend
the one-day training course. In
addition, all guides will be re-
quired to maintain current Red
Cross First Aid and CPR certifi-
cation.
If you have any questions about
the training, or want further in-
formation about guiding permits,
Call Terry Peacock at 850-653-
8808.


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EDITORIAL & COMMENTARY


Proposed Extension Of

Rock Revetment On


Alligator Point

April 22, 2005

On Alligator Point we are privileged to share our beaches with sea
turtles. Turtles are an important indicator of how our beaches are
managed for both their use and ours. Sadly, the shortsighted ap-
proaches to coastal management on Alligator Point over the years
has been the single greatest cause of our declining turtle population.
In fact, Alligator Point exemplifies what is wrong with placing rocks
on our precious beaches. In panic-driven actions to prevent natural
erosion caused by storm events, our beaches have been armored with
revetments, bulkheads, seawalls, groins, etc. Armoring totally vio-
lates the natural dynamics that heal our beaches after storm events.
Most recently, you can see evidence of that from the rocks that were
placed on our beach after hurricane Ivan last summer. Prior to that,
there is solid evidence of how rock-induced erosion has destroyed
countless turtle nesting grounds over the years as well as endanger-
ing the road, destroying public and private properties, and ruining
the community's scenic beauty. In short, the armoring of Alligator
Point has been cross-purpose with saving both our beaches and the
road and, most certainly, the turtles. The absence of turtles from
these former nesting-grounds is a symbol of something drastically
wrong. The rocks themselves are monuments to the careless man-
agement of our coast.

The destroyed beaches and turtle-nesting grounds on Alligator Point
is the result of unnatural erosion induced by rocks. Prior to putting
rocks on our beach, it always healed itself naturally after storms. But
the placement of rocks on the beach has spoiled the natural dynam-
ics that rebuild sand after storms. The large build-up of sand that
used to accumulate naturally 9-10 months of the year is no longer
possible because of the scouring, breaching, and flanking induced by
the rocks. Now, during the other 2-3 months of the year when the
storms arrive, that natural cushion is gone and the waves reach the
road's edge rather than breaking 60-70 feet out. Nature is a give and
take process. With rocks the process is interrupted and we only get
the "take" and not the "give" part.

Alligator Point has the unique opportunity to be a model community
for beach management by doing something right for a change. Yet, it
is being proposed to place more rocks on our beaches by extending
the revetment. This is wrong and if done we will live to regret such
irresponsible actions. Time is long overdue to end the cycle of repeat-
ing the same mistakes year after year. As coordinator of the Alligator
Point Sea Turtle Patrol, I formally object to any further armoring of
our beaches. Furthermore, I request that the existing rocks be re-
moved so that our beaches will recover naturally as they always did
prior to being armored. Turtles will return once the rocks are gone
and so will our natural beauty and public safety.

William Wargo
warrobill@earthlink.net

Is The Alzheimer's

Association Engaging In

Bait And Switch?

As thousands of Americans receive charitable solicitations daily, the
Chronicle received a solicitation from the Alzheimer's Association and
a copy of their newsletter entitled "Progress and Hope", (National Winter
2005). On page two of this newsletter were a couple of paragraphs
about "progress" in the battle against Alzheimer's including a specific
mention of five new drugs authorized by the Food and Drug Adminis-
tration to treat Alzheimer symptoms, and a reference to .new drugs
entering development. While I recognize the importance of trade se-
crets in relation to new developments, it would have been very useful
to fulfill the charter of the newsletter title ("Progress...") and directly
identify those drugs so sufferers and caregivers could ask their doc-
tors about them.

But, no, there was not any specific mention of these approved drugs.
This made me suspicious so I called the Association to inquire about
the names of those drugs, and now, three weeks later, no answer. Of
course, the entire newsletter is really aimed to generate charitable
contributions, but it would seem to me the sharing of important in-
formation could also be a useful byproduct of such solicitations. There
was also a companion article about the Public Policy Forum in Wash-
ington, D.C. on April 30, 2005 and a story about a widow who was
advocating Alzheimer research, but no information on the current
state of affairs with regard to that research. When one encounters
statements such as "...preventing Alzheimer's disease may become
an achievable goal within the next ten years," one wonders if this
bureaucracy is also preserving its own status as a bureaucracy in-
stead of a vigorous and robust pursuit of a cure for this wretched
disease.

It is not enough to simply say so much money has been put into
research, but to specifically identify the research involved and per-
haps the theoretical basis of such work. Just announcing so many
dollars for "research" is not enough to convince me that a donation is
being spent wisely or appropriately..

It seems very clear to me that the Association has an obligation to
inform its charitable donations along with their solicitations.

Tom W. Hoffer
Publisher



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Vol. 14, No. 9


April 29, 2005


Publisher .................................................. Tom W H offer
Director of Operations ........................... Andy Dyal
Contributors ....................... .............. Dawn Radford
............ Carol Noble
......... ...Richard Noble
............ Skip Frink

Advertising Design
and Production Artist.............................. Diane Beauvais Dyal
Circulation Associate ...... Jerry Weber


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

Back Issues
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issues. In-county subscriptions are $16.96 including tax.
Out-of-county subscriptions are $22.26 including tax.

Changes in subscription addresses must be sent to the
Chronicle in writing.

All contents Copyright 2005
Franklin Chronicle, Inc.


What Regulations Did To

Our Spanish Mackerel

Frozen Fillet Industry

Spanish Mackerel and Mullet were the two species the fishermen on
the east coast could count on for almost 100 years. If one will care-
fully examine the landings of Spanish mackerel it is easy to see the
regulations to reduce effort and mortality were working and by 1995,
the year of the net ban our landings were down 80% from 1976. This
stock has always been healthy but was said to be in trouble by CCA
and others just to curtail commercial fishing. Who gets the fish? Cer-
tainly not the consumers who had grown to love the delicious and
healthy Spanish mackerel fillet at Morrison's'and other eating estab-
lishments.

What a tragedy to the state of Florida to send these fish to other
states at the expense of Florida fishermen.

Bob ]ones, Executive Director
Southeastern Fisheries Association
1118-B Thomasville Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
www.southeasternfish.org



Library Happenings

By Judi Rundel

The Franklin County Public Library's FROG Family Learning Pro-
gram will present the program, "Let's Talk About Divorce" on Satur-
day, April 30th at the Carrabelle branch. Guest speaker Selina Win-
chester will lead thebdiscussion which starts at, 11:00 a.m. This pro-
gram is appropriate for all ages. Contact Marlene or Arlene at 697-2091
to obtain more information about this program.

Tai Chi Chih, a form of moving meditation suitable for all fitness
levels, is being held at the Carrabelle branch each Wednesday at 1:30
p.m. Join Arlene, for this soothing exercise program.

The Wild BEAR Book Club will meet at the Eastpoint branch on Tues-
day, May 3rd beginning at 7:00 p.m. Any book by Elmore Leonard
will be discussed. The Carrabelle branch is also hosting a book club
that will meet on Thursday, May 5th beginning at 5:30 p.m. They will
be discussing any book by James Patterson. Contact Judi in Eastpoint
(670-4423) or Carolyn in Carrabelle (697-2366) for further informa-
tion.

The Franklin County Public Library's programs-FROG, WITH-IT! and
TIGERS-are offered at no cdst to participants. Registration however
is required. For information about the Library and any of its pro-
grams, please call 697-2366, 670-8151, or 653-2784 or view the
Library's website located at www.fcpl.lib.fl.us.


The Franklin County Bills

Publisher's Note: The County's Finance office regularly submits
a list of the county's bills to the Board of County Commissioners
at least once monthly. The Chronicle will publish these reports
as they become available if there is enough public interest in
reviewing these matters. If you have an opinion, please commu-
nicate with us: Post Office Box 590, Eastpoint, FL 32328, or 670-
1687. Thanks. twh


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APALACHICOLA ACE HARDWAR
APALACHICOLA VOLUNTEER F
ARAMARK
ARD'.S FINAL
AT&T WIRELESS
ATLAS PORTABLE BUILDINGS
BCC ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
C.W. ROBERTS CONTRACTING
CAMP GORDON JOHNSTON
CAPITAL HYDRAULICS
CAROLINA SOFTWARE
CARRABELLE VOLUNTEER FIR
CAT V CHARTERS
CHAMPION CHEVROLET
CITY OF CARRABELLE
CLERK OPERATIONAL ACCOUNT
CLERKS TRUST ACCOUNT
COMMERCIAL SUPPLY
DAVID & VIRGINIA MESSER
DEMCO, INC
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DEPT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIR
DEPT OF MANAGEMENT SERVI
DIRECT
DOG ISLAND VOL FIRE DEPT
EASTPOINT VOLUNTEER FIRE
EASTPOINT WATER & SEWER
ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES
FAIRBANKS SCALES
FIRSTLINE CORPORATION
FLEET SUPPLY
FLORIDA MEDICAID-COUNTY
FLORIDA RESEARCH, INC.
FRANKLIN CO.SR.CITIZEN C
FRANKLIN COUNTY HEALTH D
G&N PAINTING
GANDER AUTO PARTS
GANDER'S GULF SUPPLY HAR
GLOBAL COMPUTER SUPPLIES
GRAYBAR
GT COMMUNICATIONS
GULF COAST AGGREGATES LL
H&S TRUCK REPAIR INC
ISLAND DRIVE PROPERTIES
J. V. GANDER DISTRIBUTOR
JACKSON AUTO PARTS & ACE
JONES/HARRISON
KIRK'S ICE
KONE INC.
LANARK VILLAGE / ST. JAM
LEGAL SERVICES OF N FLA
LEITZ & REED OFFICE PROD
LOCKLEY JR/NOAH
MAXWELL COMMUNICATIONS
MICROTEK SOLUTIONS
MILLER WELDING SUPPLY
MUNICIPAL SUPPLY & SIGN
NE-RO TIRE & BRAKE SVC,
NEXTEL PARTNERS INC
OFFICE OF THE STATE ATTO
OLLIE HARRELL'S TIRE SER
PARKER SERVICES, INC.,
POLOUS/JAMES DEWITT
POUNCEY/PAULA
PREBLE-RISH, INC.
PROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA,
PRUETT'S AC, REFR, HEAT
QUALITY WATER SUPPLY
R GRAY & ASSOCIATES, INC
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RODDENBERRY AND/THURMAN
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REPORT TOTALS:


Cast and crew of "The Unexpected Guest". Seated: Cathy
Watts, Stage manager; Ben Bloodworth; Chrystal Carrin;
Robbie Johnson; Judith Henderson. Standing: Pam Vest,
Director; Joe Shields, Barbara Siprell; Linda Elsea; Margy
Oehlert; Ed Tiley.



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Taking a break from rehearsal are first time actors with
the Panhandle Players, Ben Bloodworth, Chrystal Carrin,
and Robbie Johnson.


AMOUNT

1,545.00
53.83
38.90
8,847.00
731.45
50.00
792.50
2,033.33
416.97
6,324.00
186.06
7.50
219.32
2,720.00
8,435.96
123,580.91
3,000.00
1,633.79
300.00
5,304.00
120.00
204.42
301.64
18,660.26
92.50
20.51
5,000.00
253.46
943.00
996.00
156.82
5.00
1,383.00
10,629.00
35.50
1,061.70
1,985.39
2,269.61
434.09
4,708.65
59.00
7,750.00
47,606.00
6,333.67
209.62
29.79
636.20
118.49
9,929.71
1,350.23
150.00
956.46
57.04
21.25
10,066.66
88.80
552.84
8,157.00
1,966.25
420.90
66.73
240.00
231.00
5.70
491.25
278.55
52.25
44.01
396.72
3,918.65
226.08
180.00
10,737.42
2,835.98
60.00
244.10
4,500.00
415.79
3,600.00
100.00
363.08
190.00
16,800.00
283.59
42.96
674.39
216.51
1,795.00
35.29
985.00
516.93
87.22
309.00
AMOUNT
362,864.18


RECORDS PRINTED 000252



"The Unexpected Guest"

Will Arrive On A Dark And


Foggy Night

Haunting foghorns and swirling mist will introduce 'The Unexpected
Guest" when The Panhandle Players presents this Agatha Christie
murder/mystery at Apalachicola's Dixie Theatre on Friday and Sat-
urday, May 6 and 7, at 8 p.m., and on Sunday, May 8, at 3 p.m.

In the classical fashion of the renowned mystery writer's skill, Agatha
Christie's 'The Unexpected Guest" weaves a twisted tale of murder,
intrigue, suspicion, and romance, capped by a surprise ending that
will leave audiences pondering "who done it?" Just about everyone is
a suspect in the murder of Richard Warrick, a wealthy big game hunter
whose flawed life seems to have provided anyone who has ever en-
countered him with a motive for his demise. It will be up to Inspector
Thomas and Sergeant Cadwallader, along with the audience, to ana-
lyze all the evidence, pick up every clue, in order to solve this case.
Will justice be served?

Directed by Pam Vest, with stage management by Cathy Watts, the
cast of nine amateur players is drawn from throughout the Franklin
County community, some appearing with the Panhandle Players for
the first time. The players include: Crystal Carrin, Linda Elsea, Judith
Henderson, Robbie Johnson, Barbara Siprell, and Ed Tiley, all of
Apalachicola; Joe Shields of Carrabelle; Margy Oehlert of Eastpoint;
and Ben Bloodworth of St. George Island.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, general
seating, and can be obtained from Panhandle Players or at the box
office before each performance. For further information, please call
Liz Sisung at 850-670-8261.


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Patient
Simulator

Lab At GCCC
The Health Sciences Division of
Gulf Coast Community College
announced recently that a mobile
patient simulator lab will be avail-
able for GCCC paramedic stu-
dents' use on Wednesday and
Thursday, April 27 to 28.
The simulator was obtained
through a state grant to improve
EMS education. Gulf Coast Com-
munity College's students now
have the opporturlity perform as-
sessments and treatments on two
different human patient simula-
tors that can be programmed to
present any number of disease or
traumatic symptoms. The simu-
lators will respond appropriately
to treatments given the students.
SThis enables students to practice
on critical patient situations and
observe treatment outcomes be-
fore they have to perform these
procedures in the field.
The human patient simulator is
a computerized manikin that al-
lows students to start intravenous
lines, place endotracheal (breath-
ing) tubes, administer medica-
tions, take vital signs and do vir-
tually anything that could be per-
formed on an actual human be-
ing. The cost of these simulators
is generally unaffordable for most
colleges.
For additional information, call
Scott Williams at 769-1551, ext.
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Director Anita Groves reported
that there were 40 boats, 16 an-
tique autos, and 14 artists at the
2005 Boat and Auto Show on Sat-
urday, April 23rd. The Chamber
furnished these candid pictures
of the action.
The winner of the various compe-
titions were as follows:
Best In Show
Locally Built Boat
Kristin Anderson
24' Sharpie
Best In Show
Runabout
Jim Savage
Glaspar
Second Place
Runabout
Jerry Hall
1970 Thunderbird
Best In Show
Sailboat
Jack Leppert
21' Claasic Lobster gaff rigged
Muscongus bay sloop
Second Place
Sailboat
Peter Berry
37' Herreshoff Meadowlark

Best In Show
Skiff
Michael Grace
14' Thompson


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Best In Show
Paddlecraft
Michael Grace 1916
17' Old Town Canoe
Best In Show
Power
Cruiser Classic
Roger Heath
Grand Banks 32' cruiser
Best In Show
Hydroplane
Chuck Marks,
Hinny Buster
Best In Show
Antique Motors
Cletis Heaps
Best In Show
Overall
Jack Leppert
21' Claasic Lobster gaff rigged
Muscongus bay sloop
Best In Show
Antique Car
Dick Dosik
1947 Bentley


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The Franklin Chronicle A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER


29 April 2005 Page 5


Second Circuit

Court Report

The Honorable Judge Janet E. Ferris
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Schneider

April 11, 2005

By Carol Noble


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

ARRAIGNMENTS
Boatenreiter, Robby: Charged with aggravated battery with deadly weapon
on March 28. 2005. Bond was $1.500.00. The defendant was present in court
and entered a plea of not guilty. A public defender was appointed. The case
was entered on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Brown, Brandon Neel: Charged with resisting officer with violence, battery
on law enforcement officer, 2 counts of criminal mischief on February 20,
2005. Bond was $6,670.00. The defendant was present in afternoon court
and capias withdrawn. A public defender was appointed. The case was en-
tered on the Plea Docket for July 11. 2005.
Cargill, George Frederick: Charged with 3 counts possession of controlled
substance with intent to sell or deliver, and possession of firearm by convicted
felon on March 2. 2005. Bond was $55.000.00. 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 May 9. 2005.
Davis, John Michael: Charged with flagrant violation of net law and posses-
sion of net larger than 2-inch stretch on February 25, 2005. Bond was $200.00.
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 May
9. 2005.
Estes, Pamela Sarah: Charged with child neglect on February 7, 2005. Bond
was $3,500.00. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Gregory
Cummings and entered a written plea of not guilty dated March 1, 2005. The
case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Fichera, Tilden Lee: Charged with attempted first degree murder, kidnap-
ping to inflict bodily harm/terrorize, aggravated battery with firearm, aggra-
vated battery with deadly weapon, aggravated assault on law enforcement
officer, resisting officer with violence, possession of controlled substance, crimi-
nal mischief (200 to 1,000 dollars), violation of injunction protection, posses-
sion of firearm by convicted felon, on March 4. 2005. Defendant was incarcer-
ated. The defendant was represented in court by Public Defender Kevin Steiger
who entered a written plea of not guilty dated April 6, 2005. The case was
entered on the Plea Docket for August 8. 2005.
Gloner, Michael E: Charged with dealing in stolen property and grand theft
on March 20, 2005. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was repre-
sented in court by Public Defender Kevin Steiger who entered a written plea of
not guilty dated April 6, 2005. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for
May 9. 2005.
Hendels, George Dewayne: Charged with possession of cocaine with intent
to sell on March 6, 2005. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in
court and is to hire own attorney. The case was continued on the Arraignment
Docket for May 9, 2005.
Moore, Katie Nicole: Charged with 3 counts possession of controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell or deliver on March 2, 2005. Bond was $2,500.00.
The defendant was represented in court by Public Defender Kevin Steiger who
entered a written plea of not guilty dated April 7, 2005. The case was entered
on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Morrison, Crista: Charged with issuing worthless check (3rd degree) on Janu-
ary 17, 2005. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, entered a plea of no contest and was adju-
dicated guilty. The defendant was sentenced to 24 months probation, which
will terminate upon complete restitution to victim-$435.00 court costs and
fees. Cost of supervision waived.
Nowling, Rodney: Charged with flagrant violation of net law and possession
of net larger than 2,inch stretch on February 25, 2005. Bond was $200.00.
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 May
9, 2005.
Randolph, Manuel Jr: Charged with grand theft from retail merchant on
January 13. 2005. Bond was $7,125.00. The defendant was present in court
and requested the case to be continued on the Arraignment Docket for June
17, 2005.


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Robinson, Brandon Demar: Charged with 5 counts armed robbery with fire-
arm, 4 counts aggravated battery with firearm, and grand theft motor vehicle
on February 12, 2005. Defendant was incarcerated. 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 May 9, 2005.
Sanders, Mark Paul: Charged with aggravated battery on pregnant victim
and resisting officer with violence on March 5, 2005. Defendant was incarcer-
ated. The defendant was represented in court by Public Defender Kevin Steiger
who entered a plea of not guilty. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for
June 17, 2005.
Seamon, Tonya Charlene: Charged with aggravated battery with deadly
weapon on March 24, 2005. Bond was $1,500.00. The defendant was present
in court and entered a plea of not guilty. A public defender was appointed. The
case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Smith, Willie Lee: Charged with resisting officer with violence on March 1,
2005. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was represented in court
by Public Defender Kevin Steiger who entered a plea of not guilty. The case
was entered on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Taglaris, Anthony: Charged with 3 counts uttering (passing worthless docu-
ment) on January 25, 2005; uttering (passing worthless document) on Janu-
ary 24, 2005. Total bond was $20,000.00. The defendant was present in court.
The case was continued on the Arraignment Docket for May 9, 2005.
Timmons, Andrew Michael: Charged with resisting officer with violence and
DUI on March 5, 2005. Bond was $6.000.00. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney J. Gordon Shuler and entered a written plea of not guilty
dated March 10, 2005. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for July 11,
2005.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION ARRAIGNMENT
Brown, Richard Calvin:.Charged with forgery and uttering (passing worth-
less document) on April 20, 2001. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant
was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in
violation of probation and was found in violation. The defendant was sen-
tenced to 35 days in jail with 35 days credit for time served; probation modi-
fied; $331.00 costs. Cost of supervision waived.
Colter, Timothy Carlton: Charged with grand theft on April 13, 2002. Defen-
dant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney
Ethan Andrew Way, admitted being in violation of probation and was found in
violation. The defendant was sentenced to 50 days in jail with 50 days credit
for time served; probation revoked and replaced by 18 months report proba-
tion; $730.73 costs.
London, Robert Brad: Charged with robbery by sudden snatching on August
29, 2003; burglary of structure and grand theft on January 3, 2004. Defen-
dant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public De-
fender Kevin Steiger and entered a plea of denial. The case was entered on the
Violation of Probation Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Prince, Jerome: Charged with sale of controlled substance. 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 May 9, 2005.
Russell, Christopher Lee: Charged with trespass while armed on August 28,
2002; Lewd or lascivious conduct on November 22, 2002. Defendant was in-
carcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and was found in violation.
Probation revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 18 months in prison with
521 days credit for time served each charge.
Shiver, Tammy: Charged with sale of controlled substance on August 21,
2003. Defendant released on own recognizance. The defendant entered a writ-
ten plea of not guilty on April 8, 2005. The case was entered on the Violation
of Probation Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Wynn, Richard N: Charged with grand theft on April 19, 2004. Bond was
$1,500.00. The defendant was present in court and entered a plea of denial. A
public defender was appointed. The case was entered on the Violation of Pro-
bation Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Zindler, Michael David: Charged with possession of controlled substance on
March 1, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was represented
in court by Public Defender Kevin Steiger who entered a plea of denial. The
case was entered on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for May 9, 2005..

PLEA DOCKET
Alexander, Kenneth D: Charged with felony fleeing or attempting to elude.
aggravated assault on law enforcement officer, attaching improper license plate.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attor-
ney Ethan Andrew Way and entered a plea of not guilty. The case was contin-
ued on the Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Baker, Jason P: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony), DUI,
giving false name or identification to officer on February 7, 2005. Defendant
was incarcerated. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.


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CLAIM OF LIEN NOTICE
Per Florida Statutes 713.78 (3) (b) File No.
Date of this Notice 04/11/05 Invoice No. 10723
Description oVehie: Mke Ford Model Van Color Blue/Creme
Description of Vehicle: Make Colir
Tag No year 1985 ste FL__ vnNo. IFTDE14F7FHA85453
To Owner: Charles A. McQueen To Lien Holder:
1757 Monday Ct.
Tallahassee, FL 32301


You and each of you are hereby notified that the above vehicle was towed on
04/06/05 at the request of APD that said vehicle is in its
possession at the address noted below. They the undersigned claim a lien for
towing, storage and cost. The vehicle will be sold after 35 days from the date of
impound free of prior liens. Payment by the above date of notice in the amount
$ 230.00 plus storage charges occurring at the rate of $ 20.00 per
day from the date hereof will be sufficient to redeem the vehicle from the lien of
the lienor; that subsection (4) of Florida Statute 713.78.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF LIEN AND OF INTENT TO SELL
VEHICLE PURSUANT
To subsection (5) of Florida Statute 713.78
You and each of you are hereby notified that on 05/12/05 at 12:00 noon
o'clock, the vehicle described above will be sold at public auction
at: 620 Houston Rd., Eastpoint, FL From the proceeds will first be paid all
towing and storage charges plus all costs including cost for this sale. Any excess
will be deposited with the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
You and each of you are urged to make satisfactory arrangements to pay all
charges and take possession of the said vehicle. In order to obtain a release of the
vehicle you must present personal identification, driver's license and PROOF
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Benjamin, Marvin Ray Jr: Charged with possession with intent to sell can-
nabis (3rd degree), money laundering (3rd degree) on January 14, 2005. De-
fendant 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 87 days in jail with 87 days credit for time
served; 18 months in prison (to run concurrent with another sentence); forfei-
ture of money. Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Benjamin, Marvin Ray Jr: Charged with sale of controlled substance on Au-
gust 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. The defendant was sentenced to 18 months in prison (con-
current) with 387 days credit for time served. Costs reduced to civil judge-
ment.
Burns, Calvin: Charged with sale of controlled substance on December 9.
2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Attor-
ney David W. Collins, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated guilty.
The defendant was sentenced to 30 months in prison (concurrent) with 70
days credit for time served; 2 years drug offender probation. Cost of supervi-
sion waived. Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Burns, Calvin: Charged with aggravated assault on law enforcement officer,
possession of controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver and posses-
sion of cannabis on December 9, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant
was present in court with Attorney David W. Collins, entered a plea of no
contest and was adjudicated guilty. The defendant was sentenced to 30 months
in prison (concurrent) with 70 days credit for time served; 2 years drug of-
fender probation. Cost of supervision waived. Costs reduced to civil judge-
ment. The State dropped the charge possession of cannabis.
Clark, Donald K: Charged with armed robbery with deadly weapon on Janu-
ary 22, 2005. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the Plea Docket
for May 9, 2005.
Crauswell, Daryl Alvin: Charged with attempted sexual battery and false
imprisonment on August 19, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defen-
dant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was
continued on the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Creamer, Kerry S: Charged with trafficking in controlled substance, count I
on August 21, 2003; State dropped charge sale of controlled substance, count
2. on August 21, 2003. Bond was $25,000.00. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way, entered a plea of no contest to the
lesser charge of sale of a controlled substance (count 1). Adjudication was
withheld. The defendant was sentenced to 24 months probation. Cost of su-
pervision waived. Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Croom, Maya: Charged with aggravated battery with deadly weapon on Sep-
tember 1, 2003. Charged with leaving scene of accident with injuries on Janu-
ary 26, 2005. Total bond was $20,000.00. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the Plea Docket
for June 17, 2005.
Dail, David L: Charged with aggravated assault with firearm and battery on
December 24, 2004. Defendant was on conditional release. The defendant
was represented in court by Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was con-
tinued on.the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Douds, Michael: Charged with possession of controlled substance, posses-
sion of cannabis, resisting officer without violence, affray, possession alcohol
by person under 21 on November 6, 2004. Bond was $250.00. The defendant
was present in court with Attorney J. Gordon Shuler. The case was continued
on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005.
Edmonds, Edward: Charged with sexual act with child under sixteen years of
age on October 15, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The case was contin-
ued on the Plea Docket for July 11, 2005:
Emswiler, George I: Charged (two times) with worthless check over 150 dol-
lars on February 3, 2005. Total bond was $5,659.17. The defendant was present
in court and a public defender was appointed. The case was continued on the
Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Facer, Craig A: Charged with felony fleeing or attempting to elude officer,
felony DUI. driving while license suspended (felony), resisting officer without
violence, refusal to submit to balance test (each with property damage) on
November 3, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present
in court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was entered on the Docket
Sounding for May 9, 2005.
Facer, Craig A: Charged with corruption by threat against public servant,
battery, resisting officer without violence on November 2, 2004. Defendant
was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Ethan
Andrew Way. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding for May 9, 2005.
Flowers, Lance: Charged with burglary of a conveyance on December 22,
2003; charged with burglary of a conveyance on April 2, 2004. Total bond was
$7,500.00. The defendant was represented in court by Attorney Gregory
Cummings. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding for July 11. 2005.


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The Franklin Chronicle


Second Circuit Court from Page 5

Fuller, Samuel Eugene: Charged with murder (first degree) on November 14,
2004, Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was represented in .court
by:Attorney Rachel Chesnut. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for
August 8. 2005.
Gavigan, Robert H. III: Charged with uttering a forged instrument on Octo-
ber 28, 2004. Bond was $2.500.00. The defendant was represented in court
by.Attorney Gregory Cummings. The case was continued on the Plea Docket
for-May 9, 2005.
Gelatka, Ryan: Charged with forging or uttering medicinal drug prescription
on November 26, 2004. Bond was $2,500.00. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was continued on the Plea
Docket for May 9. 2005.
Geter, David L: Charged with burglary of a dwelling on January 7, 2005.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. entered a plea of no contest to the lesser charge of
burglary of a structure and was adjudicated guilty. The defendant was sen-
tenced to 24 months probation (concurrent with another case), but must tes-
tify truthfully in a co-defendants case. Cost of supervision waived.
Gillespie, John F: Charged with possession of firearm by convicted felon,
possession of drug paraphernalia, possession firearm in closed management
area facility on September 13. 2004. Bond was $2.000.00. The case was con-
tinued on the Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Harris, Omarsharek A: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony)
on January 14, 2005; charged with sexual battery by some force and violence,
lewd or lascivious battery on January 14, 2005; charged with possession of
controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver on January 14, 2005. De-
fendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney.
Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for June 17,
2005.
Hatler, Derick M: Charged with burglary of a conveyance, criminal mischief,
petit theft on August 21, 2004. Bond was $8,500.00. The defendant was not
present in court and a capias was issued. The defendant appeared in court
April 12, 2005 and the capias was recalled. The case was continued on the
Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Johnson, Marvin Dwayne: Charged with driving while license permanently
revoked, fleeing attempting to elude police officer on May 14, 2004. Bond was
$20.000.00. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger. entered a plea of no contest to count I and was adjudicated guilty. The
State dropped the charge of fleeing attempting to elude police officer. The
defendant was sentenced to 12 months probation.
Lake, Willie Carr: Charged with felony fleeing or attempt to elude, driving
while license suspended or revoked (with property damage) on January 11,
2005. 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. The defendant was sentenced to 18 month in prison (concurrent)
with 90 days credit for time served. Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Lamberson, Kyle C Jr: Charged with sexual battery upon a child under 12,
lewd lascivious act on minor on December 1, 2004; charged with sexual bat-
tery by some force and violence on December 1, 2004. Defendant was incar-
cerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney Gregory Cummings.
The case was continued on the Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Langley, Michael Shawn: Charged with obtaining or attempt to obtain con-
trolled substance by fraud on November 23, 2004. Defendant was incarcer-
ated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger
and entered a plea of no contest. Adjudication was withheld. The defendant
was sentenced to 139 days in jail with 139 days credit for time served; 2 years
probation; $535.00 court costs. Cost of supervision waived.
Massey, Sandra: Charged with grand theft (third degree) on December 18,
2004. Bond was $5,000.00. The defendant was represented in court by Attor-
ney Ethan Andrew Way who entered a written plea of not guilty dated April 8,
2005. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Mau, Corey K: Charged with abuse of elderly person on January 23, 2004.
Bond was $5,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Public De-
fender Kevin Steiger. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for June 17,
2005.
McClure, Gary Todd: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony)
on January 17. 2005. Bond was $2,500.00. The case was continued on the
Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Register, Robert J: Charged with possession with intent to sell cannabis,
possession of paraphernalia on September 8, 2004. Bond was $15,000.00.
The defendant was present in court with Attorney J. Gordon Shuler. The case
was continued on the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Salter, Albert Jr: Charged (two times) with sale or possession controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell 1,000 feet from public housing on December 10,
2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case 'was entered on the Docket Sounding
for July 11. 2005.
Williams, Norman B. Jr: Charged with sexual battery upon a child under 12
on November 11, 2005 and sexual battery upon a child under 12 on March
29, 2005. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court
with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was entered on the Docket Sounding
fdr August 8, 2005.
Ygrrell, Ricco: Charged with sale of controlled'substance on June 21, 2004.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attor-
ngy Ethan Andrew Way, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated
guilty. The defendant was sentenced to 87 days in jail with 87 days credit for
time served; 36 months probation (concurrent); $535.00 court costs and fees.
Cost of supervision waived.
Yarrell, Ricco: Charged with sale of crack cocaine on January 18, 2005. De-
fendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Attorney
Ethan Andrew Way, entered a plea of no contest and was adjudicated guilty.
The defendant was sentenced to 83 days in jail with 83 days credit for time
served; 36 months probation (concurrent),$535.00 court costs and fees. Cost
of supervision waived.
Yarrell, Ricco: Charged with felony fleeing or attempting to elude officer, re-
sisting officer with violence, possession of cannabis (more than 20 grams) on
May 18, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way, entered a plea of no contest and was
adjudicated guilty. The defendant was sentenced to 84 days in jail with 84
days credit for time served for lesser charge of resisting without violence; 36
months probation (concurrent) for count 1 and 3; $535.00 court costs and
fees. Cost of supervision waived.


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VIOLATION OF PROBATION PLEA DOCKET
Benjamin, Marvin Ray Jr: Charged with sale of controlled substance on Oc-
tober 31, 2001. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in violation of proba-
tion and was found in violation. Probation was revoked. The defendant was
sentenced to 18 months in prison (concurrent) with 553 days credit for time
served. Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Cargill, William: Charged with sale of controlled substance within 1,000 feet
of a church on October 9, 2003. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant
was present in court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was contin-
ued on the Violation of Probation Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Dykes, Clifford M. Jr: Charged with possession of cannabis (more than 20
grams) on June 8, 2001; charged with cultivation of cannabis, possession
more than twenty grams cannabis on September 16, 2001. Defendant was
incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and was found in violation.
Probation was modified to complete conditions of Franklin Co. probation.
Mental health added.
Harris, Omarsharek A: Charged (two times) with sale of controlled substance
on December 6, 2002. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present
in court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the
Violation of Probation Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Jackson, Del Romel: Charged with driving while license suspended (felony)
on September 12, 2001. Bond was $5,000.00. The defendant was present in
court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in violation of proba-
tion and was found in violation. Probation modified and extended 1 year from
today. Cost of supervision waived.
Lake, Willie Carr: Charged with retaliate against a witness on July 18, 2003.
Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public
Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and was found
in violation. Probation revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 18 months in
prison with 488 days credit for time served (concurrent). Costs reduced to
civil judgement.
Lake, Willie Carr: Charged with possession of contraband at county deten-
Stion facility on March 4, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant
was present in court with Public' Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in
violation of probation and was found in violation. Probation revoked. The de-
fendant was sentenced to 18 months in prison with 199 days credit for time
served (concurrent). Costs reduced to civil judgement.
Lee, Wesley Buck: Charged with possession controlled substance on August
21. 2003. Defendant released on own recognizance. The defendant was present
in court with Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was continued on the
Violation of Probation Plea Docket for May 9, 2005.
Massey, Connie F: Charged with grand theft on November 9, 2002. Defen-
dant was incarcerated. The defendant was represented in court by Public
Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was continued on the Violation of Probation
Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Roberts, Olenza D: Charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell,
fleeing or attempting to elude police officer on August 11, 2002. Defendant
was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender
Kevin Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and was found in viola-
tion. Probation was revoked. Defendant was sentenced to 2 years community
control and conditions of old probation reimposed (running concurrent with
another sentence). The defendant also entered a plea of no contest to another
charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver,
and was adjudicated guilty. Defendant sentenced to 2 years community con-
trol (concurrent). $535.00 court costs. Cost of supervision waived.
Sanders, Delanta Lionel: Charged with burglary of structure while armed on
August 10, 2000. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney Richard W. Reno. The case was continued on the Viola-
tion of Probation Plea Docket for June 17. 2005.
Tipton, Miriam: Charged with sale of controlled substance on August 21,
2003; charged with trafficking in controlled substance on August 21, 2003;
charged with sale of controlled substance on August 21, 2003. Total bond was
$3,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and was found in violation.
Probation reinstated, modified to community control. Defendant must abide
by conditions of community control.
Vonier, Brook J: Charged with grand theft on June 1, 2002; charged with
aggravated battery great bodily harm on March 19, 2003. Total bond was
$5,000.00. The defendant was present in court with Attorney J. Gordon Shuler,
admitted being in violation of probation and was found in violation. The de-
fendant was sentenced to 1 day in jail with 1 day credit for time served; proba-
tion modified, extended 6 months, 25 hours community service each charge.
Wallace, Kenneth L: Charged (2 times) with sale of controlled substance on
June 5, 200 1. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the Viola-
tion of Probation Plea Docket for July 1 1. 2005.


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Weeks, Charles Michael: Charged with felony DUI, driving while license sus-
pended (felony) with property damage on April 29, 2004. Defendant was in-
carcerated. The defendant was present in court with Public Defender Kevin
Steiger, admitted to being in violation of probation and was found in violation.
Defendant was sentenced to 60 days in jail with 42 days credit for time served;
probation modified, delete DUI school, imposed additional 50 hours commu-
nity service.
West, Raymond D: Charged with sale of controlled substance on June 7,
2002. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in court with
Public Defender Kevin Steiger, admitted being in violation of probation and
was found in violation. Probation revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 90
days in jail with 58 days credit for time served. Costs reduced to civil judge-
ment.

DOCKET SOUNDING
Baucham, Robert T: Charged with child abuse on July 3, 2003. Bond was
$1,000.00. The defendant was represented in court by Attorney Gregory
Cummings. The case was entered on the Plea Docket for May 9, 2005, to enter
DPA.
Corley, Karen: Charged with issuing worthless check on January 20, 2004
and July 6, 2004. Total bond was $3,504.39. The State to drop all charges.
Corley, Karen: Charged with grand theft (third degree) on July 6, 2004. De-
fendant released on own recognizance. The defendant was represented in court
by Public Defender Kevin Steiger. The case was continued on the Docket Sound-
ing for May 9, 2005.
Sanders, Delanta Lionel: Charged with sale/possession of controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a store(3 times), felony fleeing or
attempting to elude officer on October 1, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated.
The defendant was present in court with Attorney Richard W. Reno. The case
was entered on the Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.
Townsend, Rufus E. Jr: Charged (2 times) with sale of controlled substance
on August 30, 2004. Bond was $2,500.00. The defendant was represented in
court by Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was entered on the Plea Docket
for June 17, 2005.
Wallace, Kenneth L: Charged with aggravated battery on pregnant victim
August 10, 2004. Defendant was incarcerated. The defendant was present in
court with Attorney Ethan Andrew Way. The case was continued on the Docket
Sounding for July 11. 2005.

HEARINGS
Carroll, John Orbin: Motion for pretrial release or reasonable bail. Motion
granted. Bond reduced to $15,000.00.
Shiver, Jimmy: Motion for termination or modification of probation. Motion
granted. Probation to be terminated.
Hill, Billy R: Motion for termination or modification of probation. Motion
granted. Probation to be terminated.
Sanders, Anthony: Charged with 3 counts delivery of controlled substance, 3
counts false report to law enforcement officer on August 10, 2005. Defendant
was incarcerated. The defendant was represented in court by Attorney Rich-
ard W. Reno. The case was continued on the Plea Docket for June 17, 2005.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION HEARING
Schoelles, Roland Morris: The defendant was represented in court on April
12, 2005 by Attorney Gregory Cummings. The case was continued on the
Violation of Probation Hearing Docket for June 17, 2005,



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(800)455-1981, x.148.
WESTERN NC MOUNTAINS North Carolina Where there
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VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS Helena Montana 4.7 Acres
$79,990. Ride out your backdoor to millions of acres of
national forest! Awesome lake & mountain views, close to
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ready to build on. Call owner (888)770-2240.
FORECLOSED GOV'T HIIO ES 50 or Low down! Ta.\
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Guadalupe Riverfront! Spectacular wide riverfronts on
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water frontage. huge trees, panoramic views. From $300's to
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M IG1TYTENN.ESISEE River ie' "Blurf" Ioie. North
Alabama. $254.000 Lake Guntersville 69.100 Acre Lake "Wa-
terfrolt" llome. Place for Bloathousu Nornh Alabaia. S325,0t01 K
Debbie Mathis Realty. (88S)574-2525.
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN $29,900. Free boat slip! High
elevation, beautifully wooded parcel. Across from national.
forest on 35,000 acre recreational lake in TN. Paved roads,
u/g utils. central water, sewer, more. Excellent financing. Call
now (800)707i-3154. ext. 608. Sunset Bay. LLC.
GOLF VIEW BARGAIN! $198/ mo. Nicely wooded
homesites in upscale golf community close to town. A
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(866)334-3253 x863. www cherokeevallevsc corn Price:
S49,900. 10% down, bal fin 12 mo @ 4.49% fixed, one yr
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canyons, trees. rolling hills, wildlife. Enjoy hunting. hiking,
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Call (877)822-LAND!
SO. GA. COASTAL PROPERTY 3+ AC of Deepwaier
Ocean Access from S345/ mo! Ready to build in gated
community w/ many amenities. Near St. Simon's and
Jacksonville Call now! (877)426-2326. ext 853 *Monthly
payments of $344.57 based on $79,.900 w/ 10% down.
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"MAKE THIS SUMMER THE BEST" E Tennessee's Norris
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COASTAL GEORGIA- Water access marshfront homesites.
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Reconstruction discounts, limited time. From mid-70's.
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LAKEFRONT BARGAINS Starting at $89.900. Gorgeous
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PrimeTexasHill Country25-30 ACRERANC I PROPERTIES.
Huge oaks. views- great horse property. Amenities include
guest houses, pool, tennis court, barn, riding arena, more. Ex-
cellent location near Austin & San Antonio. From S219k.
Tremendous opp'ty, call now (866)937-2624, x113.

RVs/Campers.

SHOP FLORIDA'S MOTORHOME- TOWABLE HEAD-
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Steel Buildings

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FORK LIFT OPERATOR: Marina fork lift operator and
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