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Grieving dad bikes f or suicide awareness


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Saluting the Greatest


YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER FOR MORE THAN 120 YEARS


VOL. 124 ISSUE 48


By Chris Segal
FloridaFreedomNewspapers
The $600 black Raleigh
bike is David Alexander's
seventh in the 10 months
he's been making his 10,000-
mile trek around the coun-
try to raise awareness for
teen suicide prevention.
Alexander passed
through Franklin County
last month on a cross-coun-
try "Bike Ride for Life" in
honor of his daughter. So
far, he has traveled more
than 6,500 miles through 20
states.
Alexander's 17-year-old


daughter, Angela, commit-
ted suicide in 2008 after she
lost her mother to cancer.
"They think Angela killed
herself to be with her moth-
er," he said.
In an effort to grieve the
loss of his wife and daughter,
Alexander set out on a year-
long cross-country journey.
"I'm so tired, and some-
times I want to quit, but I
know there are children out
there that need to be edu-
cated," Alexander said.
The journey started May
7 in Blaine, Wash., and Al-
exander biked through the
Western seaboard, Nevada


and Idaho before traveling
by bus from Sacramento,
Calif., to Bangor, Maine,
to bike along the Atlantic
Coast.
He landed in Apalachic-
ola just before Valentine's
Day and is traveling west to
Pensacola, then through the
southern part of the U.S.un-
til he hits Los Angeles.
The idea to bike long-dis-
tance started when Alexan-
der's other daughter, Ivy,
who was 11 when her moth-
er and sister died, wanted to
go for a bike ride.
See SUICIDE AS


David
Alexander
de th
ro roug
Franklin
County last
month as part
of a cross-
country bike
trip to raise
awareness
for suicide
prevention
amon teens
and young
adults.
DAVID ADLERSTEIN
The Times


TheEastpoint
fire department's
newest truck, a
combination foam,
fire and rescue
truck, is at left,
along with the
department's other
vehicles.
DAVID ADLERSTEIN
The Times


Franice Santiaeo trom Neil liark City won the
Lial"s Contest at Saturday s th annual Rib Cook-
ott and Car Show, held by the Eastpoint \\:*lunteer
Fire Department
He told a humorous tale about haline to to
to the bathroom on the hithital while trawline
with his wife
He also said he \\as a member of FDNY. the
Neil liark City Fu*e Department
Could that hale been a db too, a proud New
lial-ker eager- to share his late at his 61-e depart-
ment'
Eastpoint Fire Chier George Pl-uett said San-
flato instantly recoenized the meaning of the
number 1-L1 In Prueff5 tattoo 11 slenides the
number- of New lial-k 61-emen lost on 11
\\hether Santiaeo told the truth ol" a tall tale,
hiser.1to--supportthetroopsondsupport.10urlo-
cal 61-e department drew cheers from the crowd
and from tellow hat's Junior Lolley. \the inished
See RIBS A6


Ch or i ao uo hues subsix
to explore America docked
at Scipio Creek on Monday
as they traveled south from
Panama City. The Nina and
the Pinta, historically correct
and built completely by hand
without power tools, drew
onlookers all evening and the
next morning. Both ships are
touring together as a sailinG
museum to educate the public
on the ca ravel, a Portuguese
ship used by Columbus and
many early explorers to
discover the New World.
DAVID ADLERSTEIN
The Times


By David Adlerstein
Times City Editor
A newly-formed group
of stakeholders in the use
of water from the Apala-
chicola, Chattahoochee
and Flint rivers got a
chance late last month to
see what life's like where
those rivers meet the sea.
Apalachicola's Cotton
Exchange played host to
a group of about 50 out
of 56 board members of
the Apalachicola Chatta-
hoochee Flint Stakehold-
ers (ACFS) for a two-day


meeting Feb. 25 and 26.
Members from as far
north as Atlanta and as
near as Bristol hammered
out details of how to move
ahead on the challenge of
securingunanimousback-
ing for a shared position
on the future of the river
basin.
In addition, they
brought a boomlet of busi-
ness to area inns and bed-
and-breakfasts and dined
at area restaurants.
The 56-member board
See RIVER AS


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Thursday, March 25, 2010


Project Impact
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B lin n Week
y
The city of Apalachic-
ola announces a Spring
Break Holiday Camp at
Project Impact. The pro-
gram will be offered from
March 29 to April 2 at the
city's municipal complex
site at the former Apala-
chicola High School.
The program will in-
clude recreation, sports
and creative arts activi-
ties, as well as a comput-
er lab, video games and
movies. The program
will be open 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. Lunch and an after-
noon snack will be pro-
vided. Enrollment might
be limited; enroll now.
Current Project Impact
participants will be given
priority. You may enroll
your student online at
www.projectimpactfcs.
org, or call 653-1325 for
more information.
Project Impact pro-
vides the city's After-
school Enrichment Pro-
gram daily at the Mu-
nicipal Complex and at
the ABC School and is
continuing to accept stu-
dents Pre-K through high
school, ages 4 and older.
After-school services are
provided free of charge
and include homework
help, targeted tutoring,
educational enhance-
ment, recreational activi-
ties and arts education.


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The Times | A3


PROVOCATIVE
PREHISTORY: The
Apalachicola Area
Historical Society will meet
on Thursday, March 25, at
5:30 p.m. in the Carriage
House of the Raney
House at 128 Market St. in
Apalachicola. The program
will be presented by Craig
Dengel, the archaeologist
at Tyndall Air Force Base,
on the prehistory of the
area. For more information,
call 370-6201.
PREPARING FOR
HOLY WEEK: The 22nd
season ofthe Ilse Newell
Rmd for the Performing
Arts will present an
inspiring vocalization of
the Easter portions of
"Messiah" by George
Frederick Handel this
Palm Sunday, March 28, at
4 p.m. at 'lkinity Episcopal
Church.
Under the direction of
conductor Merel Young,
with piano accompaniment
by Bedford Watkins, the
program will feature five
soloists, sopranos Frances
Campbell and Leslie Coon,
alto Ginny Griner and
tenors Gordon Adkins and
Scott Kinkead. This concert
performance is provided
through the Apalachicola
Area Historical Society and
the generosity of its many
donors.Suggesteddonation
is $3.Formore information,
call370-6201.
CLEAN-UP
CARRABELLE; This
week, March21to27, is
"Clean-Up Carrabelle"


Dumpsters will be set up at
Tillie Miller's Kiddie Park
and the city pavilion on
Marine Street. A recycling
Dumpster will be set up at
the pavilion for the weigh-in.
For more information, call
the Carrabelle Waterfront
Partnership or Carrabelle
CARES at 697-2141 or
Tamara Allen at 850-524-
1153.
GALAFARCE: The
Gulf Alliance for Local
Arts' GALA Community
Theater presents its first
production of the 2010
theater season, the local
premiere of "The Farndale
Avenue Housing Estate
Townswomen's Guild
Dramatic Society Murder
Mystery." The show, the
first of four productions
scheduled for 2010, will be
offered in dinner theater
performances at the St.
Joseph's Bay Country Club
on March 26, 27 and 28. The
show is a murder mystery
farce written by David
McGillivray and Walter
Zerlin Jr. and directed
by Dan Wheeler. Tickets


are $35 each and include
dinner. Performance-only
tickets are available for $15.
To purchase tickets, visit
www.GulfAlliance.org, or
call 850-229-2748. Seating is
limited and on a first-come,
first-served basis.
FRESH SOUNDS:
The Dixie Theatre will
present Bo Spring on
Friday, March 26, at 8 p.m.
His strong vocals are part
of a mix of classic rock,
classic country, oldies,
classic soul, bluegrass, big
band, jazz, blues, beach,
'80s pop and more. This
mix of original music
and recognizable cover
songs is ever changing
while this group seeks to
expand its repertoire and
tweak its unique sound.
On Saturday, March 27,
at 8 p.m., the Sarah Mac
Band will bring exceptional
vocals and strong, smart
lyrics for a joyous blend of
blues, rock, jazz and soul to
deliver a sound that's both
Americana and alternative.
For more information, call
653-3200.


DAVID ADLERSTEIN | The Times
Featured soloists for Sunday's performance of
"Messiah" are, from left, Gordon Adkins, Frances
Campbell, Scott Kinkead and Ginny Griner. Not


them in, and the kid or team
with the most pounds of
each category gets a cash
prize. There are prizes for
the age 6 to 12 group and
for the age 13 to 17 group.
This contest is sponsored by
the Carrabelle Waterfront
Partnership and Carrabelle
CARES. A coastal clean-
up throughout the area is
set for Saturday, as well.


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Apalachicola's name is a song to be sung


Thursday, March 25, 2010


I first heard Tim Mc-
Graw's song "Southern
Wind" from an audio link
posted on Facebook. The
lyrics by Bob Dipiero
and Tom Douglas reso-
nated and prompted a
bit of regional pride. RED
Smooth as the hicko-
ry wind AND
That blows from Deni
Memphis down to
Apalachicola
It's 'Hi y'all did ya eat well?
Come on in, I'm sure glad to
know ya.'"

Songs with Apalachicola in
the lyrics seemed like a good
thread for a column, so I started
Googleing around and talking to
people. This whole idea quickly
turned into a research paper. I
had 12 Favorites bookmarked
for reference while I wrote, a
folder full of lyrics, and pages of
handwritten notes. Finally had
to say, "Enough!" I am going
with what I have. I fully expect
to hear from readers who will
supply more links and sugges-
tions as well as admonishment
about egregious omissions.
As I assembled my back-
ground information, the music
began falling into two catego-
ries. There were songs about
the city, river, and bay written
by people who had actually
experienced time here. Then
there were the lyrics that sim-
ply included the town name. I
suspect the musical quality of
the syllables was sufficient for
the mention.
Deceased Canadian baritone,
Keath Barrie, crooned a tune
named simply "Apalachicola" on
the CD "The Best of Keith Bar-
rie Volume I."
A girl stands at the shore of
Apalachicola
Before her stretches wide the
GulfofMexico
Her look is worried as it


searches the horizon"

She is looking for a
missing shrimp boat and
the man who is aboard.
That is an authentic-
enough theme, but Bar-
HITE rie pronounces the place
name Apalacheecola. No
OUX points there.
Roux A band called Peyote
Sky out of Panama City
got the pronunciation right in an
easy-going country song. There
have been no posts to their on-
line newsletter since 2007 and
no gigs are on their calendar.
The refrain includes these lines:
Apalachicola northwest Flor-
ida fshin' from a ten-foot boat
Clouds of pipe dreams
grown in Gainesville take me
up in smoke."
Their website states, "Apala-
chicola is used as a metaphor
(sic) for heaven."
A musician named Jack Mur-
ray has his song posted on the
Independent Artists Company
website. I quite liked his lyrics
which did a riff on Apalachicola
in the refrain. The music, cate-
gorized as Americana, is a story
of lost love.
But if you want to try to gnd
me can't tell you where to go
But Imight wash up in
Apalachicola on the Gulf of
Mexico."

I wish I could have found
out more about this guy. I do
suspect that he liked the way
"Apalachicola on the Gulf of
Mexico" rolled off the tongue
more than he really knew about
the place.
My absolute favorite song
is "Apalachicola Blues" by
Tallahassee songster, Steve
Sternberg. You can find it on his
2002 CD "Shout for Joy." He is
a working musician who plays
all over the state. He said, "I


with the tides.
Every time it comes around
It's been quite a ride
Seasons of man upon your
shores
have left their mark
Now it's beauty being re-
stored.

I have saved the most well-
known song for last. Locals
have known for decades about
the tune Bing Crosby and Bob
Hope sang in their 1947 film
"The Road to Rio." Legend has
it Crosby came up with the song
after meeting major league
baseball player and local boy,
Jimmy Bloodworth, who was
playing second base for the
Pittsburgh Pirates, a team that
Crosby co-owned. I suspect the
songwriters, lyrics by James
Burke and music by Jimmy
Van Heusen, were beguiled by
the musical quality of the local
place names Ocholocknee,
Tallahassee, and Apalachicola.
I'm on my way to Apalachic-
ola, EL.A.
Magnolia trees in blossom
and a pretty southern gal
It's better than the orange
groves in Cucumonga, Cal.
We're gonna stay along the
Apalachicola Bay.
We'll stop in Ocholocknee for
some hominy grits
We'll go to Tallahassee if the
weather permits
We're on our way to Apala-
chicola, EL.A."

Judging by the use of "hom-
iny grits" a term rarely, if
ever, used by locals I'd say
Bing never personally expe-
rienced the joys of Franklin
County.
It was his loss.
Denise Roux is a regular
columnist for the Apalachicola
and Carrabelle Times. 'lb reach
her e-mail her at rouxwhit@
mchsi.com.



- Franklin


SPEGAL TO THE TIMES
Joe Tucker, right, interviewing Pittsburgh Pirate co-owner Bin9
Crosby, center, and manager Billy Meyer in 1948. In 1947,
second baseman Jimmy Bloodworth batted .250 for the Pirates,
with seven home runs and 48 RBIs.


play this song at every concert
and it's one of the main reasons
people buy my CD." I applaud
their taste.
The tune won second place in
the 2002 statewide Will McLean
Foundation's Best New Florida
Song Contest. Along with "For-
gotten Coast Blues," it was
featured on a WFSU-TV docu-
mentary entitled "Apalachicola,
Our Town" which aired in 2004.
He performed at the Florida
Folk Festival for eight years, but
his most important credentials
include regular weekend stays
here in town for about four years
and past gigs at the Gibson.
So what is, the fate; of that
place, on 98
A boom town, when cotton
was king;
They had the steamboats,
they had everything
What will be, time will tell; A
river saved or gone to hell"


Another award winner is
"Apalachicola Doin' Time" by
wildlife biologist, Dale Crider.
His song inspired an NPR docu-
mentary produced by WUFT in
Gainesville. It won the 2000 Na-
tional Edward R. Murrow Award
from the Radio and Television
News Directors Association.
Apalachicola let her wind
Apalachicola strong in mind
Apalachicola powin'Ane
- Lord
Apalachicola doin' time"
Also falling into the category
of songs by people who really
get it is one by Janice McFar-
land. She mailed and suggest-
ed we meet so that I could listen
to her 2009 lyrics. We sat in
her van, and I was particularly
struck by the fourth verse.
Your fortunes have risen
and fallen


By Joe Taylor
Special to the Times
It has been a tough
winter for folks in Frank-
lin County, the reality of a
harsh economic recession,
multiplied by record break-
ing cold weather and flood-
ing, have left many unable
to pay their monthly bills.
People continue to struggle
to "make ends meet."
In response to the
county commission's dec-
laration of a state of emer-
gency, BAY AID Franklin
was initiated on Feb. 1, at a
special meeting of Frank-
lin's Promise Coalition,
Inc., a 501(c)3 organization.
A committee comprising
a broad range of organiza-
tions, churches, volunteers
and public entities was
established to develop a
permanent disaster relief


fund for the county. Sub-
committees for fundraising
and finance/distribution
have met regularly over the
last six weeks. A third com-
mittee, focusing on sustain-
ability and self-reliance, is
scheduled to begin work in
mid-April.
BAY AID Franklin has
a clear mission: to provide
county residents with the
necessary assistance to ad-
dress basic human needs
resulting from natural, eco-
nomic or man-made disas-
ter and empowering those
served to establish sustain-
able solutions for reoccur-
ring needs. It will develop,
manage and distribute a
fund to expeditiously ad-
dress basic human services
for county residents and to
support sustainable solu-
tions. It collaborates with
a wide range of partners to


identify and establish pro-
grams that empower coun-
ty residents to participate
in, take ownership of, and
benefit from sustainable
alternatives for personal
income. Throughout this
process, BAY AID Franklin
supports the preservation
and enrichment of local
culture through regional
awareness and promotion;
builds community; and en-
courages and supports edu-
cation, technical training
and preventive healthcare.
To date, just over
$5,800 has been donated
to begin the disaster
relief fund, most raised
through pledges from area
churches, support from
other counties coordinated
by the Franklin County
Emergency Management
Office and through internet
pledges. The initial goal is
to raise $10,000 to fund the
first round of distribution,
with an annual goal to raise
$100,000 to establish an on-
going disaster relief fund.
When not responding to a
disaster, efforts will focus
on identifying possibili-
ties for economic recovery
and sustainability. BAY
AID Franklin has begun a
process of encouraging col-
laborations between gov-
ernment, community orga-
nizations and businesses
to establish programs that
will embrace the culture
of the people and sensitiv-
ity of the county's natural
resources.
With the coordination of
Franklin's Promise, organi-
zations and agencies com-
mitted to the project are
the county commission and
the county departments
of emergency manage-
ment and solid waste; the
county health department
and extension office; the
cities ofApalachicola and
Carrabelle; the churches
of Trinity Episcopal, Living
Waters Assembly of God,
St. Patrick's Catholic, Cov-
enant Word Christian Cen-


problems have beset the
region, the seafood work-
ers, backbone of the local
economy, have been espe-
cially hard hit during the
past months. Recently a
full week was devoted to
the seafood industry in the
form of a special project led
by the UF Center for the
Arts in Healthcare, Weems
Memorial and Shands
hospitals and Franklin's
Promise. Students, faculty,
clinical staff and volunteers
worked tirelessly to provide
in-home health services,
as well as to collect oral
histories and to paint mu-
rals which preserve the
history of the industry. The
team completed commu-
nity clean-up projects to
improve living conditions.
The week was very suc-
cessful, over 30 households
received health visits and
22 oral histories were
documented. The murals
and oral histories will be
presented at the Florida
Seafood Festival this fall.
Riture fundraising proj-
ects will include a Memo-
rial Day benefit concert in
Apalachicola's Riverfront
Park, a BAY AID CD featur-
ing local musicians, a "Dine
and Donate" series, an on-
line "Art for BAY AID Gal-
lery," and an Internet-based
campaign in association
with University of Florida
student organizations.
If you are interested
in volunteering, please
contact 653-3930 or join us
on Pacebook, search for
BAY AID Franklin.com. To
donate to BAY AID Frank-
lin, you may use Paypal at
www.bayaidfranklin.com.
Or you may send a check to
Franklin's Promise Coali-
tion (side marked BAY AID
Franklin) to 192 14th Street,
Apalachicola, FL 32320.
Joe Thyloris execu-
live director at Franklin's
Promise Coalition. He can
be reached at 653-3930 or
by e-mail to promise@
fairpoint.net.


DAVID ADLERSTEIN | The Times
Clarice Powell, past chairman of Franklin's Promise,
right, and Joe Taylor, executive director of Franklin's
Promise, spea to te Apa ico a city commission
about the formation of BAY AID Franklin.


ter, Eastpoint Church of
God, First Baptist Church
of Carrabelle and United
Methodist Churches of
Franklin County; Franklin
County Seafood Workers
Association, University
of Florida Center for the
Arts in Healthcare, Weems
Memorial and Shands
hospitals; Catholic Chari-
ties of Northwest Florida,
Capital Area Community
Action Agency, Salvation
Army, Florida Department
of Children and Families,
Apalachicola Riverkeeper,
Big Bend Hospice, United
Way of the Big Bend, Big
Bend Disaster Animal Re-
sponse Team, Panama City
Salvation Army, Suwan-
nee County Emergency
Management and Sheriff's
Office, Florida Emergency
Preparedness Association,
Big Bend COAVD, Frank-
lin County Food Pantry,
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Server Solutions, Inc. and
many other organizations,
churches, businesses and
volunteers.
In the last five months,
over $135,000 of direct
monetary support has
been provided from the
following partners: Capital
Area Community Action
Agency, Catholic Chari-
ties of Northwest Florida,
Eastpoint Church of God,
First Baptist Church of
Carrabelle, Salvation
Army, St. Patrick's Catholic
Church, 11inity Episcopal
Church, and United Meth-
odist Churches of Franklin
County. Additionally, the
county's food pantry has
received donations from
local supporters and sur-
rounding counties to allow
for over 850 households to
be served at both the Car-
rabelle and Apalachicola
distribution sites.
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includes 14 representatives from
each of the four sub-basins, each with
one officer on the executive commit-
tee. Apalachicola Riverkeeper Dan
Tonsmeire, from the Apalachicola
Basin, serves as secretary, while Bil-
ly 'llirner, from the Lower and Middle
Chattahoochee Basin, is treasurer.
Wilton Rooks, from Lake Lanier,
serves as president and is from the
Upper Chattahoochee Basin. Vice
president Vince Falcione is from the
Flint River Basin'
The ACFS is facilitated by Brian
Manwaring, of Tucson, Ariz., who
works with the U.S. Institute for
Environmental Conflict Resolution.
Manwaring's services are contracted
out to the ACFS from this federal
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Missouri River, which brought to-
gether eight states, 14 federal agen-
cies, 29 Native American tribes and
various special interest groups to
hammer out consensus.
"It's an organization's choice to
bring us in or not," Manwaring said.
"(The ACFS) reached out to us."
During a meeting that ran from
tedious detail to lighthearted banter,
Manwaring helped the group reach
initial consensus decisions, high-
lighted by the drafting of a letter to
the governors of Alabama, Florida
and Georgia urging them to make
solving the so-called "water wars" a
priority and to reach out to the ACFS
for help.
"Without a doubt, there were some
difficult conversations, but that's to
be expected," Manwaring said. "I
thought it was a really positive meet-
ing if you look at the objectives and
expectations we set and we reached.
The positive outlook is they were able
to successfully navigate and find so-
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right now is deciding on what issues
they're going to tackle."
In addition to the standing com-
mittees already established by the
group's charter and bylaws, the ACFS
created five work groups: Facilitator,
Data-Modeling, Understanding the
Problem, Consultant and Sustain-
ability.
The Facilitator Workgroup will
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term facilitator, which includes de-
veloping evaluation criteria and a
solicitation, establishing a pool of
candidates, releasing a solicitation,
evaluating proposals, and narrowing
the field of candidates.
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has served as interim facilitator and
that a permanent position could run
in the $40,000 to $50,000 annual range.
The Data-Modeling Workgroup
will assemble data on desired river
flows and levels, which could become
model inputs and criteria, and gener-
ate issues for resolution.


"One of the main issues that
states have never been able to agree
on is they use different models, and
there's no common agreement,"
Tonsmeire said. "This will look into
what we need to do to collect data and
collect models and come back with a
recommendation on how we're going
to evaluate information and how to
assess alternatives."
The Understanding the Problem
Workgroup will develop standard-
ized fact sheets on at least 13 general
categories of interest, including navi-
gation, recreation, water quality, wa-
ter supply, agriculture, industry and
manufacturing, seafood, hydropower,
thermal power, local government,
environment and conservation, busi-
ness and economic development, and
history and culture. It will also draft
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ment and develop a proposed plan
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second, Richard Radford,
who took third, and Scott
Kennett, who received hon-
orable mention.
All in all, it was another
successful cook-off, this
time netting about $15,000
in proceeds, down from the
high of $25,000.
"I think it went good, so
I have no complaints," Pru-
ett said. "I'm grateful for the
great weather, so it worked
out really good."
The money will go toward
retiring a $125,000 loan on a
new2010BlanchatB27Min-
uteman, a combination fire,
foam and rescue truck.
The department put
down $75,000 on the truck,
which comes fully equipped
with "every tool, every op-
tion you can imagine," Pru-
ett said.
The vehicle, which re-
tails for about $240,000 but
had been out on the demon-
stration circuit throughout
the Southeast, holds 500
gallons of water and has a
CAF (compressed air foam)
system as well.
With a field that included
booths staffed by Diane
Berryhill and Paul McK-
ain, each running for the
Republican nomination for
a chance to challenge Con-


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LEFT:Former County Commissioner Eddie Creamer
holds his new son, Micah, born Dec. 7, as he and
his wife, Becky, enjoy the rib cook-off. RIGHT: Victoria
Lynn Stewart, 9 months old, daughter of Dalynn and
Will Stewart, of St. George Island, enjoys a relaxing
meal at the rib cook-off.


pressman Allen Boyd in the
fall, the rib cookoff was won
by the team from the Apala-
chicola Volunteer Fire De-
partment.
Taking second place was
Rib Reapers, a team led
by St. George Island's Joe
Brown, while third place
went to the St. George Is-
land Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment.
The St. George Island
firefighters were the Peo-
ple's Choice, collecting the
most in donations. The Best


Rig went to the booth "10-
4 BBQ," presented by the
sheriff 's office, with honor-
able mention going to Bay-
side Porkers, led by Gene
Malcolm.
The chefs limited the
day's competition to just
ribs, foregoing brisket and
chicken and barbecue,
which had been included in
past years.
"The cooks were saying
it's a long hard day," Pruett
said. "By common consen-
sus at the cooks' meeting,


Members of the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department celebrate their victory in


they voted, and that's the
way it went. We are, after all,
a rib cook-off historically."
With only five cars in
the antique and classic car
show, all five went home
winners in categories tai-
lored to fit.
Pruett said each won a
trophy, with Skip Shiver's
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air win-


ning for its year as well as
Best Engine.
Tommy Pendleton's 1957
Bel Air also won for Best
Interior, while the sher-
iff 's office's DARE vehicle
was Best Late Model car,
as well as Best Paint.
Mark Stratton's 1928 Ford
Model A also was cited as
Best Survivor Car, while


Tony Erario's 1963 Corvette
won top honors for Sports
Cars.
The event, with free ad-
mission, completely sold
out of food, and a good time
was enjoyed by the steady
crowd as people streamed
in all day. Entertainment
featured the Twice Daily
band out of Panama City.


age the basin as a whole,"
Tonsmeire said. "You can't
sort it out in pieces."
The Consultant Work-
group will draft an RFP
(request for proposal) for
a technical consultant who


would work on issues de-
fined by the Data-Modeling
Workgroup.
"We may need to hire a
consultant who's qualified
in water resource field and
work with us to assemble


it into a good baseline of
what we're using, to show
'This is where we are, and
this is what we're trying to
achieve,' Tonsmeire said,
noting that the cost of this
expertise from a company


well-versed in all aspects
of water resources could be
more than that of the facili-
tator.
The Sustainability Work-
group will do research on
the literature on sustain-
ability and develop a con-
ceptual definition of sus-
tainability.
"It's going to have to be
defined enough so that we
know what we mean when
we say that," Tonsmeire
said. "We try to put a defi-
nition on sustainable, and
that means we want the
Apalachicola River to be
sustained and the regional


commission wants Atlan-
ta's to be sustained and
the Flint River wants their
agriculture industry to be
sustainable. Everybody's
got all these different ver-
sions what it means to be
sustainable.
"To me that's what's
going to be the real crux
as to how we're going to
reach agreement," he said.
"We're looking to make the
ACF basin a sustainable ba-
sin, and it's going to come
down to everybody sharing
the pain equally."
Tonsmeire said he
thought the main benefit


of the meeting was that
ACFS members "now have
seen firsthand just what a
unique and important natu-
ral resource it is. That was
the big benefit; it brought
people into town that we're
sharing that water with."
The meeting, the cost of
which was offset by 15 local
sponsors, included a recep-
tion at the Gibson Inn and
a trip up the river provided
by the Apalachicola Na-
tional Estuarine Research
Reserve.
The group will next meet
at the end of May near Lake
Lanier.


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A lot of people have heard
of Denzel Washington, but
not a lot have head about
Tom Lewis.
That's because Lewis
was the center on the origi-
nal Titans football team of
T.C. Williams High School in
Alexandria, Va., the team
that won the state champi-
on ship in 1971, the same year
theyintegratedtheschool.
Washington made the
story a memorable one in
the film "Remember the Ti-
tans," a story based on the
team's drama of bringing to-
gether white and black play-
ers during the early years of
integration.
Lewis spoke to the
Franklin County School at


an assembly Feb. 22 and
shared his experiences in
high school, before he em-
barked on a career in the
Navy, a college education
and a career with a surgical
device manufacturer in the
Tampa area.
"I had a blast," he said.
"We had a great time. Nine
times out of 190, people are
afraid of something because
of what they don't know."
He recalled Washington's
real-life counterpart, Coach
Boone, who told the boys
"this is not a democracy.
This is a dictatorship and I
am the dictator.
"Coach Boone expected a
lot from us," he said. "He ex-
pected us to follow the rules
or you were gone."
He said Boone worked
the players hard early in the


to each other. We would have
done a lot of things before
we disappointed the guy be-
side us. You need to be able
to interact as a group."
"After 40 years, a lot of
things remain the same," he
said. "Nine times out of 10,
when people don't get along,
it's because they don't com-
municate."
He urged the students
to "make the right choices.
If it seems right, if it feels
right, it's probably the right
choice."
Asked by the students if
he would play high school
football again, Lewis said
he would "in a heartbeat. If I
could play today I would, and
so would all my teammates.
"Get involved," he said.
"You contribute and folks are
going to remember that."


DAVID ADLERSTIEN | The Times


season, to winnow out the
best. "The idea is 'You quit
in practice, you're going to
quit in the fourth quarter
when we're down by a touch-
down,'" Lewis said.
He urged the students to


look at themselves and their
friends and their expecta-
tions, and to do their best
to make the school, and the
world, a better place.
"A lot of it comes from the
expectations we have in our


families," he said.
He said by Boone being
"mean," he gave the play-
ers "something to focus on.
We concentrated on being
mad at Coach Boone and we
didn't have time to be mean


Special to the Times
On Friday night, the
Franklin County Se-
ahawks took on the We-
wahitchka JV and Varsity
baseball teams.
The junior varsity lost
to Wewa 8-4. Franklin
County had five hits, and
two errors while Wewa
had seven hits with one
error.
The varsity squad
lost 11-1 to Wewa. "Jason
Thompson threw a great
game until the fifth in-
ning when a few key er-
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son said. "We did not hit
the ball very well, but Ja-
son Thompson's pitching
kept us in the game."
On Saturday, the Frank-
lin County JV baseball
team had two games. The
first game was against
Liberty County, and the
Seahawks won 6-4. Mar-
cus Dalton was the win-
ning pitcher. He pitched
four 1/3 innings and gave


DAVID ADLERSTEIN | The Times


By Christy Thompson
1 S ecial to the Times
After falling to district
rival Port St. Joe 12-6, the
Lady Seahawks have won
three in a row to improve
the team morale.
The Seahawks tray-
eled to Tallahassee last


Friday to beat Lincoln 6-4
in extra Innings, and then
district rival West Gads-
den 17-1, and the Wildcats
of Altha 20-5. It was a busy
week on the road for the
girls, but proved to be a
successful venture.
Starting second base-
man, Gracyn Kirvin accu-


emulated four hits, walked
four times at bat, scored
five runs and single hand-
edly made 14 defensive
put outs during the week
for the Lady Seahawks.
Christy Thompson is
the coach of the Lady Se-
abawks varsity softball
team.


DAVID ADLERSTEIN | The Times


up two hits, and had four
strike outs.
Franklin County took
on Port St. Joe JV on Sat-
urday as well. Port St. Joe


won 5-0 in five innings.
Zack Howze received the
loss for the game. He gave
up three earned runs in
three 1/3 innings.


Friday, March 26 at 6 p.m. at Munroe
Monday, March 29 at 6 p.m. versus Jes
person County..
Friday, April 2 at 4 p.m. versus Ken-
tucky at Rutherford.
SaturdayApril3at5p.m.versusMunroe.
Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. versus Port St.
Joe (District game)


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Lady Seahawks var
Thursday, March 25 versus North
Florida Christian at 5 p.m.
Friday, April 2 at 5 p.m. at Arnold
High.
Tuesday, April 6 at 6 p.m. versus
Sneads.
Wednesday, April 7 at 7 p.m. at Port St.
Joe (District game.)


Coach Christy Thompson would like to hiOh the 2010 Lady Seahawk varsity
softball team's two seniors, first baseman Kendyl Hardy and catcher LeiOh
Redmond. These Oirls have been a part of the Seahawk family since the
school's consolidation and both serve important roles as teammates.

LeiOh is more aggressive of the two and has done a Oreat job trying to
keep her team in the game. She is a leader behind the plate and tries
her best to keep the game positive for the Seahawks. Kendyl is more the
encouraOer and less aOOressive on the field. She is a hard worker and
always strives to learn more on and off of the field.

The Lady Seahawks play district rival Port St. Joe this week for the first
time. This will be a bi0 0ame for us and I know that these seniors would
like to have a win against St. Joe for the memory books. I hope that we
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*Any changes to these scheduled meetings wiH be posted in The Apalachicola Times.
Note: FCTDC Board meets the first Tuesday of each month beginning at 3:00 p.m.
Note: FCTDC Committees meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at beginning at 1:00 p.m.

April 6, 2010 Franklin County Courthouse Annex, Board 3:00 pm, Board
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Thursday, March 25, 2010


Local


On March 9, prominent naturalists Anne
and Jack Rudloe, left, joined G.K. Floyd,
founder of the Apalachicola Maritime
Museum, on a trip up the river aboard
the "Starfish Enterprise" pontoon boat.
The trip was to launch a program of
contours now being offered by the
museum. Floyd and guests were treated
to the Rudloes' insight into life in the
river and along its shores. The Rudloes,
who operate the Gulf Specimen Marine
Laboratory in Panacea, said they are
negotiating the possibility of leading
future river tours for the museum.
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LOISSWOBODA|TheTimes
FCSWA President Taunya James and her husband,
Joseph, at right, help distribute food donated by
Suwannee County to seafood workers Monday.


Volunteers distribute

food to seafood workers
Volunteers with the Franklin County Seafood Workers
and the Eastpoint Church of God joined with the county
food pantry Monday to distribute loads of food donated
by the Suwannee County sheriff and emergency manage-
ment offices.
Tony Cameron, who directs both Suwannee offices,
coordinated the collection of the food in his county. "We
knew about the food pantries there in Franklin County
stretched to the limits and running out of food," he said.
"And we ran a little thing for the community to donate."
The Suwannee drive collected 2,000 pounds of canned
greens, dried beans, rice, meat products, canned goods
and $540 in cash donations. The goods were transported
to the office of Pam Brownell, director of the emergency
management office, who then arranged to have it taken
to St. Patrick's Catholic Church, where it was collected
and inventoried by the food pantry. Representatives of
the FCSWA came in to volunteer and distributed the
foods to needy seafood workers.
Franklin County commissioners approved a letter of
gratitude March 18, thanking Suwannee County for the
assistance.
By David Adlerstein


Crowd tumns out to help John Va this


A huge crowd of local
people turned out Friday
for a benefit lunch on be-
half of John Vathis, who is
battling cancer.
Vathis came by briefly,
and tears welled in his
eyes as he saw the out-
pouring of support. Volun-
teers assembled at the for-
mer Pendleton's Garage
lot in downtown Apalachic-
ola, now owned by Dennis
Houseman, to cook up the
mullet and serve it.
Donations from area
businesses flowed in, in-
cluding about500 pounds of
mulletfromSammyCrum's
Apalachicola Bay Seafood,
Buddy Wards and Sons, 13
Miles Seafood, Barber's
Seafood and Water Street
Seafood. T.J. Ward helped
clean most of the fish,
which was then cooked


Johnny 'Itirner, who worked
alongside A.J. Smith to co-
ordinate the benefit. "That
turnout shows their opinion
of what kind of man John
Vathis is."
The benefit ended up
raising about $5,800 to help
John and Pam Vathis off-
set the living expenses and
medical bills he continues
to incur as he travels back
and forth to H. Lee Moffitt
Cancer Center in Tampa
for treatments.
The benefit delivered
meals to Franklin Cor-
rectional Institution and
the work camp, as well
as throughout the court-
house. "I am overwhelmed
by the support that the
county gave to this benefit,
from one end of the county
to another," said Smith.
By David Adlerstein


Diners turned out in droves to the benefit for John


in oil donated by Gulfside
IGA. Piggly Wiggly was a
massive supporter of the
effort, donating everything
from baked beans to cole
slaw and corn meal.
Also contributing to
the effort was donations


from The Hut, Tamara's,
Amerigas, Assembly of
God Church, Apalachicola
and Carrabelle volunteer
fire departments, and the
county landfill.
"This was a testament to
what kind of man he is," said


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,,,,,, 3 &, Al lell Bob Dallas
4 "'""""" a Canip Gordon
Johnson Irainee
a and Don MCLeon --
...ho serv ed on the -
Navy Arnphibe...s
Corps dairin.;j = .
World War II
sal...ied sniarily
as they n.arched
along the parad -
rol.=Is on Sal...rday Everyone aggreed the Seaha.*,ks Band aea ro..s.n.
March I 3 performance



THE DARK SIDE' JOINS IN THE PARADE


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By Lois Swoboda
fill., start lijits I
.4 ne\\ group or \Yorld \\ar
11 re-enactors honored Canip
Gordon.Johnston *CGJi this
year
In the midst at brass
bands and bneht banners, a
lision of the darkest side at
the Great \\ar appeared in
this s ear 5 CGJ parade Th,.
1st LlH.4ulklarune arecon.
naissance unit s is a group on
non-political history enthusi-
asts from Panama City \the
play the role at the German
SS in mock Horld \\ar II
battles Their niotto is --Come
to the Dark Side .
The Hatten-
SS German for -:\rnied
SS was not a part at the
retular German .11-nit 11 was
more an elite combat arni
of the Nazi Part\ that salt
action throughout the war
Frontline SS troops were
under control of the German
Arnis s High Command, but
Heinnch Himmler remained
directly in control of much SS
achilt,\
The SS was known tor its
merciless teracity .41 first
membership \\as open to
-:\ilvans only, but in l' -In Hit-
ler authonzed the formation
of units composed largely of
solely of toreign volunteers
and conscripts.
.1tter the war at Nurem-
bers, the SS was condemned
as a criminal areanization


1.1. Ha...pr-
schar t...hrer
(Head Sq...ad
Leader) Mark
godel is
.. ,-- chatiffetired
.na resiered
I 94 1 BMW
noolorcycle by
Unlersc har b
...hrer (Je.n.0r
Sq...ad Leader)
10aII Years
and accornpa-
need by Sch...
Ize (Privale)
Daniel Chris-
lopher
about L on props But
the group 1111 be happy to
lend newoulers uniforms
and weapons while the.\ de-
cide it re-enactine is neht for
them and \that role the\ want
to play
Seldel said his group
typically attends a half-dozen
battles a year He said his
group decided to come to the
CGJ celebration after the.\
heard about it from a Inend
\the plays an .4mencan GI
dunny re-enacted battles
--Camp Gordon.Johnston
\\as excellent, said Seldel,
\the said he hopes to return
next year
it ]toir asc intorestal in
becotta up or e-c noctor on
the clar-1; side.;toir ca n stacle
Scidel at 319.isr;<1


because at its connection
to the Nazi Part.\ and its in-
lollenient in \\ar ennies
Mark Seldel.1 he founded
the Panama City unit in testic,
became Interested in the
German side at \Yorld \\ar
II \then he inhanted a ntle,
helmet and other artitacts
from his grandrather:.Jon
Seldel.a career soldier in
German.\. \\ho, along with his
two younger brothers, had
transferred to the SS \then
the \\ar began
After German\ tell..Jon
Seldel managed to bnne his
tamil\ to the Li 5 because
"nothing was lett of his
home in Dresden. Seidel said
his grandfather, like most
educated Germans of the
time, spoke pertect English


He worked in the slate.
quarnes at Pennsy llania
after ininilerating and our
time managed to brine sons.
of his nieniorabilla to the Li 5
The Panama City SS rs..
enactors are a small part at a
much lareer molenient that
Seldel and his inends sa\ Is
sweeping the country
Matt leatonat he play s
the part ofa.Junior Squad
Leader: began as a 01111 \\ar
re-enactor in the li us, but
said he no\\ tators \Yorld \\ar
II elents
He said 01111 \\ar re-en.
actments are polling latel:
while World War II attracts
more and more enthusiasts
"World War II re-enact-
ments are livelier and more
spontaneous, he said --01111


\\ar re-enactors usually stick
to a senpt and portray a par-
ticular battle, but \Yorld \\ar
11 re-enactors don t know \\ho
#111 win until it s all oler One
of our battles ma\ Inst all da\
long and elen into the night
Victor,\ IS determined
b.1 which side achleles the
greatest nuniber of preset
objectlies dunny the tra.1 and
agithing goes
Seldel said the Panama
011.1 SS Unit is the on(1 group
of German re-enactors in a
insi-mile radius The group.
which no\\ has let members.
ranging in age from 16, to E.C.
is try ing to grow
Participating requires an
inlestment in unitonus and
sear Seidel estimates the
alerage re-enactor spends


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00ftitA JOKAST00
Members of th
bands, the Tallahassee Ar.- Tallahassee Anings..e Cc
tique Car Club sent rep- h..b : are or, hand t
resentatives to display
.anor valeran:
he their beautifully restored
um on motor vehicles.
annual Military ve- (4 ,@' to
hicles, both from
dance the museum col-
r's election and from
private collec-
ching tions, joined the ,
nklin parade as well and
my watchers were giver,
a glimpse of storm
ization troopers, GI Joe and Rose the
d the Riveter. PHOTOS BY LOISSWOBOC
dly The Florida Division of Forestry and the -
the Franklin Correctional Institution, the Florida
ne. Highway Patrol and the Franklin County
ear Sheriff's Office were all represented as well.
mer Carrabelle chipped in by providing the
veterans, those who marched in the parade Ger..e
amp and the entire community with a feast of Sw.ell &
attend sausage, hot dogs and hamburgers. The Lanark
first event traditionally features a fish fry, but this Village
h., his year because mullet was scarce, the city rode a
went with the picnic menu. float cre-
Dallas, Although the number of people who ated by
Geor- experienced Camp Gordon Johnston first- the Wan
hand has dwindled, the museum and the during
of annual celebration held in Carrabelle each Star Qui
attend year keep this interesting era alive and Club
ne of fresh in the minds of those who came after
the the Great War. Once again, we salute the
brave soldiers who trained at Camp Gor-
rching don Johnston.


CSQIP

By LoisSwoboda
TimesStaffWriter

ore than 300 people visited t
Camp Gordon Johnston Muse
March 13 during the camp's
celebrallor,
Direcor Linda Minichiello said atten
was ...p by about 30 percent at this yea
c.an.p condon Johnston (CGJ) Days.
This year's parade featured two mar
bonds the Seahawk Band from the Fra
Co...r.ry School and the Silver Wings ar
band fron. Fort Rucker, Ala.
The Parr.ot Riders Motorcycle Organ
sent abo...I 50 representatives who line
parade rotate with an honor guard prou
holding American flags that snapped in
brisk wind and the bright March sushi
It was a perfect day for a parade, cl
with a few fluffy white clouds and war
than the last two years.
Minichiello said 14 of the original C
Gordon Johnston veterans were able to
this year. Present at the reunion for the
time was William Lerud of Kasota, Mic
first visit to Carrabelle since 1943.
Among the familiar faces were Bob
of Pennsylvania, and Wilber Smith, of
gla.
Sadly missed was Willard Plunkett,
Birmingham, Ala., who was unable to
because of health reasons. Plunkett is o
the earliest and strongest supporters of
museum.
Along with the Shriners and the ma











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"She Sang
Promise," published by
the National Geographic
Society, tells the story of
Seminole tribal leader
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f in "the wild heart of Flori-
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Everglades camps and
settlements, at times over
the objections of Seminole
tribal leaders. She raised
four children, continued to
practice medicine, trans-
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into English for Seminole
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wrestled alligators to as-
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She helped found The
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Seminole Tribal Chairman
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Local


s book
"It acknowledges the lives
of other little-known Flo-
ridians who have wonder-
ful stories to tell, which I
hope will spark the inter-
est of other writers for
young readers."
She will bring her re-
search bag, replete with
"tangible out-takes from
this project" to the event,
and hopes to share her
experiences with read-
ers and "writers who are
serious about having fun
creating stories for young
readers."
This book was vetted
by the Seminole Tribe of
Florida's Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki
Museum.
The event begins at 1
p.m. at the bookstore at
67 Commerce Street. For
more information or to re-
serve a copy of the book,
call the bookstore at 653-
1290.


Famous Animals," "Fam-
ily Flm in Florida," and
the recently-issued third
edition of "Scenic Driv-
ing Florida." "She Sang
Promise" pairs her metic-
ulous research and lyrical
prose with Lisa Desimi-
ni's gorgeous jewel-toned
artwork, and includes


an afterword by Moses
Jumper, Jr., Betty Mae's
son. The collaborators de-
scribe their achievement
as an important Florida
heritage book for readers
age 7 to 12.
"It's about a significant
Floridian who isn't often
mentioned." says Annino.


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Paternal grandparents are Mark and
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birthday
Christell
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better
known as
"Madear,"
turned 81
on Wednes-
day, March
24.
She is
a special
mother to Tammy Croom, of Apalachico-
la, and Lisa Jones, of Seattle, Wash. and
grandmother of Brandy, Denita, Anthony,
Ray Antonio and Antiuania.
Ford is great-grandmother to Jaquan,
Amontaye and Raymond, Jr., and a spe-
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many, many more to come. Happy 81st
birthday.
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Check your supplies of mothballs,
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Use the mothballs in your flowers
beds to keep the snakes away.
Take a B-1 to ward off yellow
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paste of water and meat tenderizer Jim Welsh
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porch or somewhere outside. The smell of the Spic
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Had a very nice covered dish dinner at The Hall
on Sunday. Serving began at 1 p.m., right after the
blessing. Maybe you can join us next month, on
Sunday, April 18. We'd be glad to see you. Bring a
dish to share, and/or a donation.
Don't forget about the full breakfast every Tues-
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lunch every Thursday. Serving starts at noon, right
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Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Service 6:00 pm
Monday, Youth Group 6:30 pm
Wednesday, Royal Rangers, G.A.P. 7:00 pm
Wednesday Worship & Word 7:30 pm
Nursery Provided during regular church services


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First United Methodist Church of Apalachicola
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. every Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
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Pastor: Rev. Themo Patriotis
Carrabelle United Methodist Church
Worship Services 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
"Celebrate Recovery" Mondays 7-9 p.m.
Healing service first Tuesday each month-? p.m.
102 NE Ave. B Carrabelle 697-3672
Pastor: Julie Stephens
Eastpoint United Methodist Church
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Prayer 9:15 a.m. Waffles & Wisdom 11:15 a.m.
Healing Service every first Fridays of the Month at 6:30 p.m.
317 Patton Dr. (corner of David St.) 670-8825
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10:00 a.m. Fellowship Hour
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Thursday, March 25, 2010


Local


The Times | B3


Meta Witherspoon
Buzzett, 89, of Port St.
Joe, passed away Mon-
day, March 22, 2010. She
was born in Apalachicola,
on Sept. 22, 1920, to the
late Charles Rush and
Alatia Witherspoon. She
was preceded in death
by her husband, Gan-
non Buzzett, who passed
away in 2005.
Meta attended Florida
State College for Women
and Jones Business Col-
lege and worked with an
engineering firm dur-
ing the building of the
Apalachicola Airport. She
married Gannon in 1944,
and later moved to Port
St. Joe in 1951 where
they established a local
pharmacy for more than
50 years. Meta provided
strong support for her
husband and was a loving
mother and doting grand-
mother. She was involved
in PTA, hospital auxiliary,
St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club Ladies Golf Associa-
tion and a loyal member


of First United Methodist
Church.
Survivors include two
sons, Bernie Buzzett
(Peggy) and Rex Buzzett
(Nancy); daughter, Bar-
bara Terry (Jim); four
grandchildren, Brad
Buzzett (JoAnne), Amy
Croaker (Scott), Matt Ter-
ry (Krystal) and Hamp
Terry; and three great-
grandchildren, Gannon
Buzzett, Alatia Croker
and Madison Terry.
kneral services will
be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, March 25, at
the First United Meth-
odist Church of Port St.
Joe, with Mac Fulcher
officiating. Graveside
services will follow in
Holly Hill Cemetery. The
family received friends at
the church on Wednesday
evening, March 24.
Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the
First United Methodist
Church, 1001 Constitu-
tion Drive, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456.


C.E. "Bill" Russell,
88, passed away Monday,
March 22, 2010. General
services will be held at 2
p.m. Thursday, March 25,
at Beggs kneral Home,
Madison Chapel with buri-
al at Oakridge Cemetery.
Family received friends
Wednesday evening in the
Madison Chapel.
A native of Apalachic-
ola, he spent most of his
life in Madison. He was a
member of the Madison
Rotary Club, and member
of the Florida Legislature
from 1962-1966. He served
as state manager for
AFLAC, and was direc-
tor of Bank of Madison
County and was a veteran
of World War II. He was
also a member of the
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints,
Madison Branch in


Madison County.
He is survived by his
wife, Rosalie Priest Rus-
sell of Madison; a son,
Judge Van Priest Rus-
sell and wife, Suzanne of
Apalachicola; daughter,
Ann Russell Horton and
husband, Steve of Kirk-
land, Wash.; three grand-
children, William Russell
Horton and wife, Rebecca
of San Antonio, Texas, Ann
Elizabeth Tobola and hus-
band, Jeffrey of Poulsbo,
Wash., and Jolene Hueber
and husband, Jason of
Houston; and five great-
grandchildren, Madeline,
Gwendolyn and Jocelyn
Hueber, and Jacob Horton
and Amelia Tobola.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Big Bend
Hospice, 1723 Mahan Cen-
ter Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308.


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Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Lanark is
raising funds to replace the existing church
roof. Raffle tickets, $5 each or six for $25, are
currently available on a small bass boat donated
by a parishioner. The boat is a Bass Hound
10.2 with a 4 hp Johnson motor and a Gator
trailer. The drawing will be held April 17 at
Sacred Heart's first annual Low Country Boil in
Lanark. There will also be a yard, silent auction
and oyster bar. Everyone is welcome. For
information, ca Barbara Lasher at 697-2823.


VL. Gay "Bill" Parker,
85, passed away on Mon-
day, March 22, 2010.
Bill was born on Feb.
8, 1925, in Oxford, Ala.,
the youngest of six chil-
dren, to the late Obie and
Susie Parker, of Rainbow
City, Ala. He was also
preceded in death by four
siblings; Dallas Parker,
Ernest Parker, Z.A.
"Slim" Parker and Laura
Mae Waites.
Bill is survived by
another sibling, Alice
Campbell of Lake Worth;
a son, Roger D. Parker of
Kennesaw, Ga.; four step-
children, Randy Rushing
of Gadsden, Ala., James
Rushing of Albertville,


Ala., Delilah Bartholomew
of Houston, and Janice
Jones of Houston; and
a host of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, niec-
es, nephews and friends.
He served with the
U.S. Navy and was a
retiree from the City of
Apalachicola.
The family received
friends on Wednesday,
March 24 from 5 until 7
p.m. at Kelley kneral
Home. Funeral services
will be conducted on
Thursday, March 25, at
2 p.m. in the chapel of
Kelley kneral Home.
Interment will be at the
Eastpoint Cemetery in
Eastpoint.


United Ba tist Churcil
to host Gospel Sing
The United Baptist Church in Eastpoint will
host a Gospel Sing on Friday, March 26 at 7 p.m.
The evening at the church will feature The
Riddells, from Fayetteville, Ohio. Come and re-
ceive a blessing.
The church is located at 37 Brian Street. Turn
on to Eighth Street off of U.S. 98.
For more information, call Bobby Shiver at
670-8451.


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Open for Bid:
One 8' x 12' garden shed constructed by the Carpentry Class
at Franklin County School. The shed is constructed with
winged gables at both ends and architectural details cut into
the rafter tails to add a little flair. Double doors that open out
for a 5' opening contribute to the utility of the building. Two
high awning windows allow light without compromising
security. Cement fiberboard (Hardie) was used for the siding,
#1 KD pressure-treated pine for the trim, and stainless steel
fasteners were used for all exterior applications, adding to
the overall appearance and low maintenance. The interior
is unfinished to allow maximum flexibility for the ultimate

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to the Carpentry classes at FCS to be used for material
purchases. Please send sealed bids to Franklin County
School Board, 85 School Road, Suite 1, Eastpoint, Florida
32328. Envelopes should be marked "Shed". Bids due 1:00
p.m. March 31, 2010. For additional information, contact
W.K. Sanders, (850)670-2800, ext. 2113 or at wsanders@
franklin.kl2.fl.us.




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Thursday, March 25, 2010


Local


The Franklin County
Public Library, Carrabelle
and Eastpoint will be closed
Friday, Apnl 2, and Satur-
day, April 3, in observance
of the Easter holiday. Books
and DVDs can be returned
by using the book drops out-
side of each library.
Thursday, April 15 is Tax
Day, and help is available to
answer your tax questions
and assistance in filing your
taxes. Stop by the Carra-
belle Library any Tuesday
between the hours of 1 and
4 p.m. where free tax help
will be available through
April 15.
The Franklin County
Public Library and the
Franklin County Literacy
present the fourth an-
nual "El Dia De Los Ninos
(Day of the Child) 2010" on
Thursday, April 8, from 6-
7:30 p.m. at the Eastpoint
Library and Literacy Cen-
ter, 29 Island Drive.
The evening's free ac-
tivities are for families and
children of all ages. Come
fish at the fish pond and
catch loads of prizes, attend
the bi-lingual puppet show,
participate in breaking the


candy filled pifiata. Food
and goody bags for kids at-
tending will be given away.
Bilingual library tours
will be ongoing and event
goers can sign up for a
library card, which allows
the cardholder access to
hundreds of books for all
ages, with many available in
Spanish. Learn about this
summer reading theme,
"Make A Splash Reading,"
then create your own color-
ful sailor hat.
Join us for a celebration
of bilingual children and
books. La celebration de
Ninos y Libros Bilingues,
Event gratutio para fami-
lias.
For more information
about the event, call Anne
Birchwell, library assistant,
at Eastpoint library at 670-
8151.
Still need computer help
or need to refresh your
computer skills? If so, the
county library is offering
another series of free com-
puter classes during April
and May. Schedules for the
free spring computer class-
es are available at either
library beginning this week.


St. George Island Realty
is proud to announce that Mi-
chael Billings is joining its
sales force.
Billings, who holds a bache-
lor's in psychology from Arm-
strong State College in Savan-
nah, Ga., has many years' expe-
rience as a manager in human
resources and labor relations,
skills that will help buyers and
sellers reach agreements dur-
ing negotiations.
"Michael's background has
shown him that being forthright


and honest is the only way to
do business," said John Shelby,
owner/broker of St. George Is-
land Realty, LLC. "You'll find
Michael's professionalism
and low-key demeanor helpful
whether buying or selling. We
feel Michael brings great value
to our company."
Billings and wife, Jennifer,
live in Apalachicola where they
both enjoy gardening, cooking,
and staying physically fit.
To reach Billings, call 927-
4777.


MICHAEL BILLINGS


The following report is pro-
vided by the Franklin County
Sheriff's Office. Arrests are
made by officers from the fol-
lowing city, county, and state
law enforcement agencies:
Apalachicola (APD), Carra-
belle (CPD), Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP), Franklin County
Sheriff's Office (FCSO), Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection (FDEP), Florida Di-
vision of Insurance Fraud (DIF)
and Florida Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer Services
(FLDOACS).


All defendants are consid-
ered innocent until proven
guilty in a court of law.
March 17
Curtis A. Baucham, 47,
Apalachicola, criminal mischief
(FCSO)
March 18
Jonathan E. Cooper, 28, Ki-
nard, failure to appear (FCSO)
Kimberly E Giddens, 26,
Kinard, violation of probation
(FCSO)
March 19
Kayla Langley, 26, Eastpoint,


violation of probation (FCSO)
Joseph D. Richards, 30, East-
point, criminal mischief (FCSO)
Quinella Griggs, 40, Apala-
chicola, sale or possession of
a controlled substance within
1,000 feet of a church (FCSO)
William R. Johnson, 29, Car-
rabelle, domestic battery and
violation of probation (CPD)
March 21
Charles A. Cooper, 20, Apala-
chicola, driving while license
suspended (FCSO)
David L. Kennedy, 34, Madi-
son, Ala., discharging a firearm
in public (FCSO)


By (aty Greene
Special to the Times
On Saturday, the Apala-
chicola Municipal Library
acquired four volumes (of
five Florida volumes)
of the "Territorial
Papers of the United
States." The George
G. and Amelia G.
THE L
Tapper Foundation
of Port St. Joe had
recently informed us of a
grant award of $1,500 to
purchase Flonda history
and exploration books. With
these funds I purchased the
remaining volume to make


the Florida Territorial Pa-
pers set complete.
The Territorial Papers
are a compilation of docu-
ments on the interaction of
territorial areas with the
United States gov-
ernment. I thought
they might be a little
dry, but this gentle-
man o ened volume
RARY
23 (1824-1828) and
read me the story of
a group of Florida Indian
chiefs who visited Wash-
ington. One chief said that
he did not want the "Great
Father" to provide a school
for his children to learn to


read and write. He then
told a tale of the blind man
who had been given a book
by the "Great Spirit," who
instructed the "red man"
and the "white man" who-
ever killed the first deer
would be given the book
and be taught to read it,
The "white man" set
out but instead of killing a
deer, he killed a sheep and
presented it back to the
blind man, who then gave
him the book. When the
"red man" returned with a
deer he was told he was too
late. The Chief said in con-
clusion that "if this cheat


had not been practiced, the
red man would been now
as the white man is and he
as the red man," and finally
"if the Great Spirit has
intended for the red man
should know how to read,
he would not have allowed
the white man to take this
advantage of us."


Come by the library
and see what other stories
there are in these volumes.
They will unfortunately not
be for circulation, but will
be available to read or pho-
tocopy in the library.
The Apalachicola
Municipal Library is still
requesting folks to donate


mass market paperbacks.
These are in heavy de-
mand by the snowbirds at
this time of year, and it is
a revenue source for us.
Thanks.
Caty Greene is librar-
ian for the Apalachicola
Municipal Library. Tb
reach her call 653-8436.


B4 I The Times


Billings joins 561 Realty sales force


Sheriff's R EPOR T


The Red Man and the W~hite Man: Tales of old Florida


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The 12th annual Apalachicola Antique
& Classic Boat Show will be held Saturday,
April 24. The show welcomes to participate
ownersofantiqueboatsandclassicexamples
oftraditionalvessels and custom classics, fi-
berglass and aluminum boats, plus antique
outhoards and engines.
Set in downtown Apalachicola, the show
usually consists of 50 to 70 boats, antique
outboard motors, nautical antiques and
parts. Antique automobiles are also invited
to participate. The festival begins at 8:30 a.m.
Friday, April 23 with a boat building demon-
stration all day by local master boat builders
demonstrating techniques and tools used in
traditional building.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., there is a Marine
Art and Maritime History exhibit at the Cot-
ton Warehouse 86 Water Street, which in-
cludes paintings, drawings, photography,
ceramiewallmuralsandmodelboats.
In the middle of the day, the 1877 two-
masted, gaff-rigged, schooner the "Governor
Stone" will arrive in town and dock at River-
frontParkforthefestival.
On Saturday, April 24 at 10 a.m. the festival
begins. Antique boats, examples of classic
and traditional vessels, workboats, and fi-
berglass and aluminum classics will all be on
displayuntil4 p.m. Special highlights include
authenticoysterboatsworkboatsandhome-


built boats by skilled craftsmen, antique out-
board engines, plus antique automobiles and
art booths. The "Governor Stone" will be
featured dockside. Built in 1877, it has been
totally restored and is an exhibit unto itself
andisaNationalHistoric Landmark
The Apalachicola National Estuarine Re-
search Reserve will have displays about the
Apalachicola River and its flora and fauna,
plus the Franklin County Seafood Workers
Associationwilldemonstrateoystertonging.
The Apalachicola Riverkeepers will be on
hand with their boat to provide informative
trips on the river.
Archaeologist Kevin Porter will be on
hand to speak about the Apalachicola 'Itad-
ers' Canoe, a hand built 50-foot long vessel
used between 1750-1850, and recovered from
theApalachicolaRiver.
Master model boat builders will have
a display oftheir craft at the Cotton Ware-
house.Theboatbuildingdemoswillcontinue
all day
At 6 p.m., there will be lecture and a din-
ner Archaeologist Kevin Porter will speak.
Reservations are required for dinner and
eveninglecture.
Fbr more information on participating,
please contact the Apalachicola Bay Cham-
ber at 653-9419 or by email at anita@apala-
chicolabay.org.


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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH IS ON THE MOVE
Mayor Van Johnson and Chief of Police Bobby Varnes will
be hosting the next Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Place: 6th Street Recreation Center
Date- Tuesda A ril 13th
7' 9
Time: 6:00pm
.
All residence are urged to come out and take part
in this meeting.

We would like to hear your concerns and suggestions.
The neighborhood belongs to you, and it's time for you to
- -
take it back from the criminals

To report a crime in progress please call 670-8500
.
To report any suspicious activity please call 653-9755 or
Email us at www.apalachicolapolice.com
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The Times | B5


,
Enjoying a Carrabelle
Lighthouse Association
reunion hosted by John
and Patsy Canetta at
Cedar Key, are, from
left, Arlene Oehler,
Patsy Canetta, Debbie
Kent and Mary Katzer
atzer, ormer LA '
president, is living in
Tavares, while Kent,
former CLA treasurer, is
living in Avon Park.
COURTESY CARRABELLE
LIGHTHOUSEASSOCIATION
The meeting included a delightful talk
by Levy County Historian, Toni C. Collins,
who presented herself as 19th century
Catharine Hobday, who served as assistant
Cedar Key lighthouse keeper from 1872 to
1879.
The highlight of the meeting was a trip
to the Cedar Key Lighthouse located on
Seahorse Key, roughly four miles offshore
across the harbor from the village of Cedar
Key. It is the oldest standing lighthouse on
Florida's west coast. The lighthouse is built
on a 52-foot Pleistocene dune. The 28-foot
tower is hexagonal shaped. The fourth or-
der Fresnel lens was lit for the first time
on Aug. 1, 1854 by William Wilson, its first
keeper.


John and Patsy Canetta, Mary Katzer,
Debbie Kent and Arlene Oehler, members
of the Carrabelle Lighthouse Association,
attended the Florida Lighthouse Associa-
tion quarterly meeting held Feb. 20 at Ce-
dar Key.
Stan Farnham, FLA president. an-
nounced that Governor Crist has pro-
claimed Florida Lighthouse Day to be cel-
ebrated on Saturday, April 24. Terry Kemp,
Cape St. George Association secretary, is
coordinating a Challenge Event to climb the
four Panhandle Lighthouses St. Marks,
Crooked River, Cape St. George and Cape
San Blas on April 24 and 25. Miss Florida
USA, Megan Clementi, will be visiting the
four lighthouses on that weekend.


Artists in the Carrabelle and La-
nark Village area are staging the
first annual "Seaside Art Tour" this
Saturday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
There will be free-admission
events taking place all day at four
separate locations in the area.
Refreshments will be served and
transportation between locations
will be provided for those who need
it:
The Carrabelle Artists Associa-
tion, showing at The Senior Center
in Carrabelle, 201 Ave. F" NW, will
have numerous local artists exhib-
iting works. There will be on-going
demonstrations which will include
watercolors, pastels, portraits, and
pottery thrown on a wheel.
Perpenders Gallery, at 409 Tal-


lahassee Street in Carrabelle will
feature "Two From Tallahassee,"
featuring works by James Mazza, a
photo collage artist and Steve Ben-
nett Smith, a painter-printmaker.
Moore Treasures, at 1785 U.S.
98 in Carrabelle Beach will have
many paintings on exhibit, rock and
crystal works, carvings, and much
more.
The Wandering Star Guild Bian-
nual Quilt Show at Chillas Hall, 156-
A Heffernan Drive in Lanark Village
will exhibit the fabulous handmade
quilts and other quilted works made
by this creative group with a lunch
menu provided by the Lanark Gulf
Club. A good place to start the tour
is at the quilt show.
For information, call 294-9664 or
e-mail morrispottery@gmail.com.


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IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact
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TION, at the FRANKLIN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OFALTHCEl SECONIN AUN
ORRIFDRAANKLIN COUNTY
CAPITAL CITY BANK '
Plaintiff'


R. EDWARD PROCTOR, Ill
a/k/a RALPH EDWARD
PROCTOR6 a/kdi -

uaO anCdONFSORRG TOE
INC., a Florida corpora-
tion'
Defendants.
CASENO.09-0000519-CA
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN ursuantoftoF ec
sure dated February 23,
2010 and entered in Case
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CITY BANK is the Plaintif

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tion, are the Defendants. I
will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the
front steps of the Franklin
County Courthouse, 34
Market Street, Apalachi-
cola, Florida, 32320, at
11:00 a.m. on the 14th day
ofeAp 2010tpheeolaoswet
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
PARCEL 1

oenlyRealwPr %y55cPem_
insular Street, Alligator
Point, Florida 32346, more
particularly described as
follows: LOT 36, OF BRE'
INC., A SUBDIVISION AS
PER MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 13,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF FRANKLIN
COUNTY FLORIDA.
ANDALSO
PARCEL 2
The Real Property without
a postal address on East
Coast Highway 98, Lanark
Village, Florida, more par-
ticularly described as fol-
lows: LOTS 8 AND 9,
BLOCK 15, LANARK VIL-
LAGE UNIT NO. 3, A SUB-
DIVISION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
2, PAGE 19, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF LEON
COUNTY FLORIDA.

Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pend-
ens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal of this Court on
March 1, 2010.
Marcia M. Johnson
ClerkoftheCircuitCourt
By: Terry E. Creamer
Deputy Clerk
March 25, April 1, 2010


2F HE_ RECC NDC
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR FRANK-
LIN COUNTY

Ta HRUST BANK'
'
Vs.
DOUGLAS R. SALlE; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
KN ESE A E}; -
KNOWN TENANT #2.


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the seal of this Court on
February 24, 2010.
MarciaM.Johnson
ClerkoftheCircuitCourt
By: Michele Maxwell
Deputy Clerk
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AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GilVEN nsustdtomaeSum
Foreclosure dated Decem-
ber 14, 2009, and Order to
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FEBRUARY 24, 2010, both
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on the 14th day of April,
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Summary Fi-
nal Judgment:
Lot 141, Block 12, UNIT

D ESOas pSePmHpERoN
plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 2, Page 22A of
tF nk ub| cuntTFI dsa. of
TOGETHER WITH all the
improvements now or
hereafter erected on the
property, and all ease-
ments, rights, appurte-
nances, rents, royalties,
mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits, water rights
and stock and all fixtures
now or hereafter attached
totheproperty.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
February 25, 2010.
MARCIA JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit and
County Court
By: Michelle Maxwell
Deputy Clerk
March 25, April 1, 2010
6348T
ADVERTISEMENT
FOR BIDS
Notice is hereb iven that
S ALEDb BI Ew CbHeO
BOARD OF FFRLAONKUN

BhereafteratrefehrredStcohas
Board Administrative Of-
fices located at 85 School
Road, Eastpoint, Florida
32328, up to 4:00 p.m. on
the 8th day of April, 2010,
I bh rd mn
ence Room, for the pur-
chase of the following real
property:
A arc ofeb dn lyingToand

ship 9 South, Range 8
West, Franklin County,
Fll a8 df ita RA
alachicola, in the County
E kliaca dible State of

map or plat of said city in


1100
said Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
Tract #82, NORTH
BAYSHORE ADDITION:
Commencing at the South-
west corner of Fractional
Section 19, Township 8
South, Range 6 West,
Franklin County, Florida
(marked by an old 6" x 6"
concrete monument);
thence run South 89 de-
grees 32 minutes 40 sec-
onds East 810.3 feet to a
concrete monument on the
East right-of-way of North
Bayshore Drive (State
Road No. 65); thence
North 30 degrees 07 min-
utes East along the East
right-of-way of North
Bayshore Drive 2,006.2
feet to a concrete monu-
ment; thence North 59 de-
grees 53 minutes West
80.0 feet to a concrete
monument on the West
rB t f-way of NDo
(right-of-way narrows from
100.00 feet to 60.0 feet at
this point); thence North
30 degrees 07 minutes
East along the West
right-of-way of North
Bayshore Drive 690.0 feet
to a concrete monument
on the North right-of-way
ofsaidroadway783.27
feet to a concrete monu-
eh of-w of ast EBaa
Drive; thence run North 02
degrees 55 minutes 14
seconds East 126.28 feet
to a concrete monument
on the West right-of-way of
East Bay Drive; thence
North 31 degrees 34 min-
utes 30 seconds East
along the West
right-of-way of East Bay
Drive 864.25 feet to a
point; thence South 59 de-
grees 53 minutes East 60.0
t fa intofonE EBaa
Drive; thence North 30 de-
feretes)02 emintleNsTE t 1800
GINNING; thence North 59
gas rnhutesp

dheenrcescatinn uNorthW59

ddce c aapa tltnhie
North 51 degrees 50 min-
utes East 107.64 feet along
said mean high water line
to a point; thence South 59
degrees 53 minutes East
17.0 feet to a point; thence
untin eutSouthE59 d47
feet to a point; thence
St hW td rees02tmina
pon)t th0e2ncem outh 30Wde-
53 5 fat to thbei INTp
of Fractional Section 19,
Township F8 hCRange
Florida Y'
AND
Lots 3, 17, 18 and 19
Block W', of Baywood Es'
tates, an unrecorded sub-
.
sl sc eme adcu-
recorded July 24, 1997, at
OR Book 580, e 653
ublic records agFranklin
pount Florida (which de-
.
scription is incorporated
herein by reference).
The successful bidder at
the sale will be re uired to
P lace the re ulsqte state
tdocume a stamps on
DATED this 24th day of
February, 2010.
Hon. MARCIA JOHNSON
Clerkofthe Court
Franklkih unt ida
Y
As Deputy Clerk
FRANK A. BAKER, ATTOR-
NEY AT LAW
4431 Lafayette Street
ahn 6
6166T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY
FLORIDA
PREMIER BANK, a Florida
banking corporation,
Plaintiff,



AADROR NLDEXAON VE ,DO
NEY E. GRAY BLACK
BEAR ENTERPRISES,
INC., a dissolved Florida
corporation, and LAKE
MCKISSACK PLACE
HOMEOWNERS' ASSO-
CIATION, INC., a Florida
non-profitcorporation,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
2009-000492-CA


| 1100
TONAL SECTION 31, T8S,
R6W, RUN THENCE
SOUTH 190.5 FEET
THENCE S. 54 DEGREES
W 30.9 FEET THENCE
NORTH 190.5 FEET
THENCE N. 54 DEGREES
E. 30.9 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
THUS FORMING A PAR-
CEL IN THE N.E. 1/4 OF
SAID SECTION 31.
ALSO:
FROM A POINT OF THE
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY
OF A 45 FOOT PUBLIC
RIGHT-OF-WAY PROJ-
ECTED FROM A PLANTED
TRACT FOR SAWYER
AND SHULER 1,000 FEET
WEST AND 382.7 FEET
SOUTH FROM N.E. COR-
NER OF SECTION 31,
T8S, R6W, RUN S. 54 DE-
GREES WEST ALONG
ROAD 185.4 FEET TO A
POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM THIS POINT OF BE-
T NENN EG ALOCONTd
61.8 FEET THENCE
SOUTH 200 FEET
THENCE N. 54 DEGREES
EAST 61.8 FEET THENCE
NORTH (TRUE MERIDIAN)
200 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. THUS
FORMING A TRACT IN
THE N.E. 1/4 OF SAID
SECTION31,FRONTING
61.8 FEET ON ROAD AND
RUNNING SOUTH 200
LESS AND EXCEPT:
FROM INTERSECTION OF
25 FOOT MOORE
STREET" WEST BOUND-
ARY AND THE SOUTH-
EASTERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE 60 FOOT STATE
PAVED ROAD (S-65) AT A
POINT 481.5 FEET SOUTH
AND 1125 FEET WEST OF
THE NE CORNER OF
SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP
8 SOUTH, RANGE 6
WLEOSNGRUSNAIDDUESSOR H
130.5 FEET FOR THE
P NT ObBEERGnNINOG
DESCRIBED; THENCE
ENST S .7DEG
INNOARNTHEA TFEEREL

OR TTIOO B SFETET
BEING A PARCEL OF
LAND IN A TRIANGLE
SHAPE, IN THE NE 1/4 OF
SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP
8 SOUTH, RANGE 6
WEST
SEO:MOST SOUTHERLY
60 FOOT STRIP OF LAND
CNKNIONFGLACSROSASND6HE
OKRDI1N1G6"TOREA SEUDNb
CONRDED1/149 FMAPRAOCF
TONAL SECTION 31, T8S
R 41FIECORDPEADG
148-149 AND VOL. (66) AT
PAGES 18-19, RESPECT
TIVELY OF THE
OFFICIAL RECORDS" OF
FRANKLIN COUNTY
FLORIDA, AND FURTHER
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:OFNROMFTHNNTE2R5
FOOT MOORE STREET,,
WEST BOUNDARY AND
THE SOUTHEASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE 60
FOOT STATE PAVED
R801A5D -E6T5)SAOTU POAINNT
1125 FEET WEST OF THE
N.E. CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 31, RUN DUE
STORUETEHT 13AOL50NEGET TSAID
POINT OF BEGINNING. '
RUN THENCE CONTAIN.
ING SOUTH, 60 FEET
THE9N2C7E E DEHGERNE
NORTH 60 FEET; THENCE
E5T4TDOEG EPSO T9
BEGINNING.
has been filed against you
and ou are re uired to
serve a copy of our writ-
ten DdAe nsesS Ea t
ai s atto9 SwhUose

UNTEE 410SLAPNENTROAN
tFhL 33303 -3s9 ,m eda
.
of the first publication of
this notice of action and
file the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintifs

attotq1ctrh medaetr
against you for the relief
demanded in the com-
plaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS m hand and
the seal of this Court at
FRANKLIN County, Flor-
e r 2 9h day of De-

CLEURRKT OF THE CIRCUIT
By: Michele Maxwell


| 1100
Defendants.
CASE NO.
192009CA000198XXXX
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 22, 2010,
and entered in Case No.
192009CA000198CAXXXX,
of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit in
and for Franklin County,
Florida wherein,
SUNTRUST BANK, is a
Plaintiff and DOUGLAS R.
SALlE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DOUGLAS R.
SALlE; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2 are the Defend-
ants. MARCIA M. JOHN-
SON as The Clerk of the
Circuit Court will sell to the
hgshhesttad bestMbi
8, 2010, at Franklin County
Main Courthouse, 33 Mar-
ket Street, APALACHI-
COLA, Franklin County,
Florida 32320, the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT25,BLOCKC",0F
ST JAMES ISLAND PARK,
UNITN N RA SUDIV
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 19, OF THE PUB-
LICRECORDSOFFRANK-
LIN COUNTY FLORIDA
. .
Any person claiming an In-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 25th day of Feb-
ruary, 2010.
MARCIA M. JOHNSON
As Clerk of the Court
DM hteleCMaxwell
Dated this 25th day of Feb-
ruaryc2c001r nce with the

Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a
reasonable accommoda-
tion to participate in this
proceeding, should, no
later than seven (7) days
tphrord i bil e
dinator at 8506972112,
BOFXL,3 32A0 IC

DD) im8p 95 877clont
Florida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
TSt rsiforRPoa ti#
Suite 300 '
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Telephone: (305) 770-4100
Fax: (305) 653-2329
March 18, 25, 2010
6304T
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
IN AND FOR FRANKLIN
COUNTY FLORIDA
REGIONS BANK D/B/A
REGIONS MORTGAGE,
SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO AMSOUTH
BANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAY W PEARLMAN; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF JAY
W PEARLMAN; UN-
KNOWN TENANT; and ST
GEORGE PLANTATION
OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.
Defendants.
Case No.:
2009-CA-000146
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
JAY W PEARLMAN; and
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JAY W PEARLMAN
last known address, 408
W Saint Clair Ave #312,
Cleveland,0H44113
Notice is hereby given to
JAY W PEARLMAN; and
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JAY W PEARLMAN that an
action of foreclosure on
tF n C typr ty in

Legal: LOT 15, SAND-
PIPER VILLAGE, A SUB-
DIVISION, AS PER MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
5, PAGE 8 AND 9 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
FRANKLIN COUNTY
FLORIDA.

db un ed aeq rd
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it


| 1100
on Leslie S. White, Es-
quire, the Plaintif's attor-
ney, whose address is,
109 E. Church Street, 5th
floor, PO. Box3146, Or-
lando, Florida 32802-3146,
30 days from the first date
of publication and file the
original with the clerk of
the court either before
service on the Plaintif's at-
torney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
DATED ON January 28,
2010.
Franklin County Clerk of
Circuit Court
By: Michele Maxwell
Deputy Clerk
March l8, 25, 2010

631 E CIRCUIT COURT
OlFRCTUHTEO2F LORUID IAL
ANDNHFOR FRANKLIN
Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as Trustee
Locran stB2 Oc6h6Mortgage
Plaintiff
-vs-
Caren B. Eubanks and
Alex J. Eubanks, II, Her
Husband;
Defendantss.
Case#:2008-CA-000457
.
:on #:
NOTICE OF SALE

OVTENCEpurs nt tE-ERE
der of Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Febru-
il 22, 2010seenteredN
2008-CA-000457 of the Cir
tCru ft 2and Ju
Franklin County, Florida
t I TDeutscC mpBa
asoTrusteee forLLong Beauc

ObEa- n enrTH sCebT
are defendantss, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash, AT THE
WEST FRONT DOOR OF
THE FRANKLIN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED
ON HWY 98, 1N APALACH-
ICOLA, FLORIDA, AT
100 AM. cmo npgild
ascribed property as set
froth in said Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
TRACT 24
A PARCEL OF LAND IN
FRACTIONAL SECTION
27, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH,
RANGE 8 WEST FRANK-
LIN COUNTY FLORIDA;
BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE
AT A POINT MARKED BY
AN OLD CONCRETE
MONUMENT SAID
MONUMENT BEING THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF SAID SEC-
TION 27 AND RUN
THENCE NORTH
00025'53" WEST
(BEARING BASE) 1774.24
FEET TO AN OLD CON-
CRETE MONUMENT
THENCE NORTH
89057'31" EAST 215.68
FEET TO AN OLD CON-
CRETE MONUMENT ON
THE NORTHEAST RIGHT
OF WAY OF A 66 FOOT
ROADWAY THENCE
SOUTH 00025'53" EAST
72.49 FEET TO A POINT
ON THE SOUTHWEST-
ERN RIGHT OF WAY OF
SAID ROAD THENCE
SOUTH 66 DEGREES 00
MINUTES EAST 388.21
FEET ALONG SAID
SOUTHWEST RIGHT OF
WAY TO A POINT OF
CURVE TO THE RIGHT
THENCE ALONG SAID
CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 279.00 FEET THRU A
CENTRAL ANGLE OF
37041'30" FOR AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 182.74
FEET THENCE CONTINUE
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY SOUTH 28018'30"
EAST 479.19 FEET TO
TNHGE FPR NMT IDBEPGONNN-
TOINUEBES G801C803
EAST 264.31 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT
LOCATED AT THE INTER-
SECTION OF SAID RIGHT
OF WAY AND THE WEST-
ERN RIGHT OF WAY OF
STATE ROAD S-384-A
ALSO BEING ON A
CURVE CONCAVE TO
ENCE SSOOUUTTHHWEEASST
ERLY ALONG SAID
CURVE WITH A RADIUS


1100
527.46 FEET THRU A
CENTRAL ANGLE OF
18033'06" FOR AN ARC
LENGTH OF 170.78 FEET
(CHORD OF SAID ARC
BEING SOUTH 52027'12"
WEST 170.04 FEET,
THENCE LEAVING SAID
RIGHT OF WAY NORTH
28 DEGREES 18 MINUTES
30 SECONDS WEST
264.31 FEET THENCE
NORTH 52 DEGREES 27
MINUTES 12 SECONDS
EAST 170.04 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON
WITH A DISABILITY WHO
NEEDS ANY ACCOMMO-
DATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST
TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT Franklin County
Courthouse, 33 Market
StreetFSu 322003, ApTa h
WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECElPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU
ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF
YOU ARE VOICE IM-
PAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770
DATED at Apalachicola,
Florida, this 24th day of
February, 2010.

MIarciadMdohnson
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Cr k County, Florida
Michele Maxwell
ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN-
TIH PIRO & FISHMAN,

)wPySu h2Dale Mabry
Tampa, Florida 33618
08-108377
March 18, 25, 2010
6335T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY
V IADCATION
SUNTRUST BANK, N.A.
nA UNBANK, N.A.,
Vs.
ROBERT M. TOLENTINO,
et al,
Defendantss.
CASE NO. 08-000107-CA
DIVISION
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURESALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated Febru-
ary 23, 2010 and entered
in Case No. 08-000107-CA
of the Circuit Court of the
SECOND Judicial Circuit
in and for FRANKLIN
County, Florida wherein
SUNTRUST BANK, N.A.
F/K/A SUNBANK, N.A., is
the Plaintif and ROBERT
M. TOLENTINO; ANN M.
TOLENTINO; CITIBANK
FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK; SEA PALM VILLAS
OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.; are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
FRONT DOOR OF THE
FRANKLIN COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 33 MAR-
KET STREET APALACHI-
COLA, FLORIDA at
11:00AM, on the 14th day
of April, 2010, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 52, SEA PALM VIL-
LAGE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4, PAGE 30, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OFORF NKLIN COUNTY,

A/K/A 1416 ELM COURT
ST GEORGE ISLAND, FL
32328

Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pend-
ens must file a claim within
xty (60) days after the

WITNESS my hand and


ANN99"GEMENT4
1100 Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices
1120-PublicNotices/
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1125 Carpools &
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1140 Happy Ads
1150 Personals
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1100
6079T
NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN That pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in
eCCcucnuth ourt of Fratn
19tthhday of January, 2010,
In e cause were ans
Bargtwas Pla tifa d Rob-
e (Bob) -
len and R & E Allen Prop-
erties, Inc. a Florida Cor-
poration, were Defendants,
0338-CCase in sN
.
court, Skip Shiver, as
S raofhFran dCounty
ave upon
tth Igeht hadand inte
E Properties, Inc., a Flor-
Ida Corporation (Robert Al-
len, Trustee) In and to the
follo described prop-
erty, :
700 Randolph Street, St.
Ge Islan Florid
orge d,
32328
(Owned by R & E Allen
Propertesillncd 66 of St
George Island Gulf
Beaches, Unit no. 5, ac-
ur ncortdoe n atthere
3, Pages) 16 and 17, of
F nk ub| cun Reccwdsa of

1, on 1theat5t edandoh
ntdoorh obtheOff kI

u F t
soon thereafter as ossl
ble, I will ofer for salepall of
the said Defendant's R & E
Allen Properties, Inc., a
Florida Corporation
(Robert Allen, Trustee)
rights, title, and interest in
aforesaid real property at
tphueblisa ua ctwitlos
prior liens, encumbrances
and judgments, if any, to
tdh hirghetdeand obe A
tahse prromeds to appl
payment of sts and the
satisfaction of the above
described execution. Note:
In accordance with the
American with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties needing a special ac-
commodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding
should contact Debbie
Mock no later than seven
days prior to the proceed-
ing at Franklin County
Sheriffs Office at
(850)-670-8519
Skip Shiver,
Sheriff of Franklin County,
Florida
By Debbie L Mack
Deputy Sherig
March 4, 11, 18, 25, 2010
6114T
IN THE SECOND JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ORRIFDRAANKLIN COUNTY

COASTAL COMMUNITY
K,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOHN W HORAN
Defendant.
CASE NO. 09-000397-CA
NOTICE OF SALE
NO CEurs nttHER
P
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 22, 2010,
and entered in Civil Action
No. 09-000397 CA of the
Circuit Court of the Sec-
andFJud InC u y
were the Plaintiff,
COASTAL COMMUNITY
BANK, and the Defendant,
JOHN W HORAN, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at 11:00
a.m. (Eastern Time) on the
8th day of April, 2010, at
Fhranklant C ts othe
house, Apalachicola, Flor-
win -described rtehe
property as set forth in


COVERING MILTON TO APALACHICOLA


08~il~


| 1100
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL
SALE PURSUANT TO
SECTION 45.031(1) OF
THEFLORIDASTATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Noticeisherebygiventhat
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure en-
tered on February 23,
2010, in Case No.
2009-492-CA, of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judi-
cial Circuit for Franklin
County, Florida, in which
PREMIER BANK is the
Plaintiff, and CAROLYN D.
OLIVE, DONALD R. ALEX-
ANDERSIDNEYE.GRAY
BLACK BEAR ENTER-
PRISES, INC., a dissolved
Florida corporation, and
LAKE MCKISSACK PLACE
HOMEOWNERS' ASSO-
CIATION, INC., a Florida
non-profit corporation, are
tuhnedeDs nnedd erth f
cuit Court Franklin
County, Florida, will sell at
public sale the following
described real property:
Lot 10, LAKE MCKISSACK
PLACE, according to the
map or plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 10,
Page9,PublicRecordsof
Franklin County, Florida.
The sale will be held on
April 14, 2010, at 11:00
a.m., to the highest bidder
for cash, at the front steps
of the Franklin County
Courthouse, 33 Market
Street, Apalachicola, Flor-
Ida, in accordance with
Section 45.031, Florida
Statutes.

Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
ed t e@he s renadsen
must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated February 24, 2010.
Marcia Johnson
Franklin County Clerk of


ch 2 111,2010
6175T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
FRANKLIN COUNTY
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NATIONAL CITY MORT-
GAGE A DIVISION OF NA-
TIONAL CITY BANK
PLAINTIFF
VS.
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES'
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES'
LIENORS, CREDITORS'
TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST By
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF
ELLISR.GOLDENDE-
CEASED, ETAL.
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO.: 2007-195-CA
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE'
HEIRS, DEVISEES'
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST By
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF
ELLIS GOLDEN
whose residence is un-
known if he/she/they be
living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown de-
fendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees'
grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees
and all parties claiming an
interest by, through, under
or against the Defendants,
who are not known to be
dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claiming to
have any right, title or in-
terest in the property de-
scribed in the mortgage
being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FC eDIotshataanm ge
the following property:
BEGIN AT THE INTER-
SECTION OF THE WEST
BOUNDARY OF THE 25
FOOT COUNTY ROAD
AND THE SOUTHEAST-
ERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
60 FOOT STATE PAVED
SECONDARY ROADS
(S-65) AT A POINT 481.5
EERTDIANS)OUAHND T1R1U2E
FEET WEST OF THE N.E.
CORNER OF FRAC-





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1 br, 1 b. 44 18th Street,
ood Serv/Housekeeping Apt 1 W/S/Garbage Incld. 6140
$575 month with $300 de-
posit. Call 653-6735 1, br
Housekeeper Apalachicola, FL.
ust be dependable, 1 br, 1 b. 44 18th Street Call 850-643-7740.
urtlous, and hard work- Apt 2 W/S/Garbage Incld.
ng, stop by and fill out an $575 month with $300 de-
pplication. Joln the Gib- posit. Call 653-6735
on Inn team. 51 Avenue C 1 br, 1 ba furn/unfurn Apa-
Web Id 34085536 lachicola, quiet, 2 blks 3 br, 2 ba new home for
from boat ramp, deck, AC, lease/sale in Carrabelle.
Medical/Health I Trs I & ep tOPTase en 00 n Mums

CNA's I 80-@71-5000 Other $850m8 015 K2299deposit
Looking for great CNA s
Apply in Person: The 257 Prado 1 br 1 ba, apt 1" "I
Bridge at St. Joe 220 1 W/S/G Included. $575 Carrabelle
9th St. Port St. Joe, FI I month, + $300 deposit 4 Bed 2 Bath, privacy
32456 850-229-8244 | Call 850-653-6735 I fenced, pool, hot tub + 1
Web ID#34084178 guest qtrs w/bath 1 yr
- - - *5 lease, non-smokers,
., I credit ck, refs, pool I
Office Staff: maint included. Call Da-

s on pendabl u trofei I 2nd Story Flat .."."3 "=-991
service and computer On River Indian Pass, 9501 C30
skills needed for front 3 br, 1 ba, kitchen, Port St. Joe. For Rent: 4br
desk position, apply inI W/D, heat & air 2nd 3ba, $1200 mo + $1700
person, 4693 Cape San I story flat on river in Apa- dep, pet fee required.
Blas Rd, PSJ. Iach. $700 mo. Call Please call 850-227-5025
Housekeeping: 850-653-6279 or 850-229-1065

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IVIOney! I Apartments purchase. 850-528-7250
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e0 d4 109 roandeequal opportunity a 3e
1 br 1 ba, Renovated/ fur- 766-8924
th &ebnadh, mu w Lanark Property for rent
4130 month lease $495/mo + 1/2ac, well/water septic
dep., no smoking, pet con- tank w/2, 30 amp
POSTAL & GOYT JOB sidered. (850) 653-3838 hook-ups for travel trailer
INFOFORSALE? boat, or RV Covered stor
age barn w/locking sides.
Center of barn for boat or
caution Lanark Village for Rent rra teld 4om U 9
2bc 2 ba, screened porch. 150 Colorado St. $300 mo,

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federal or postal jobs. If 864-356-5949
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Classified Advertising enjlo lalorst 7130 Conde/Townhouse
Department Includes children under the 7140 Farms & Ranches
age of 18 Ilving with parents i dHA gLets
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REAL ESTATE FQR RENT Informed that all dwellings
100 Business/ advertised in this newspa- Lanark Village
Commercial per are available on a equal 1 bn 1 ba, Renovated/ fur-
110 Apartments pno ni sbr a ncocmll nished end unit, new
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6100
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For Lease 6120 Woes 0ABpa a Ina
COmmercial St. George Financing) $85 000.
Building 653-2121 or 653-7776
Approx 1100 sq ft. $160 wk elec, Satellite,
Available now car Garbage Included. pool
ner of Hwy 98 & 12th table. 12 X65' deck with
Street 850-653-9788 or Beautiful view. Call Seeking Building lot in Ap-
850 615 0058 850-653-5114 alach. Prepared to pay
easil up to $17,500

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general use and being 1-850-653-2227. ORDS OF FRANKLIN 1-800-955-8770, for ald in Recession
more particularly de- COUNTY FLORIDA. contacting the District Of-
scribed as follows: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT flce. Specials!!
COURT ANY PERSON CLAIMING , = 25% Off Dine In Food pur
Begin at the Northeasterly By: Michele Maxwell AN INTEREST IN THE Each person who decides chases Monday. 25% Off E
corner (also most East cor- Deputy Clerk SURPLUS FROM THE to appeal any decision MERCHANglSE Take out Tuesday. Happy s
ner) of Block 84 of the City SALE, IF ANY OTHER made by the Board with 3100 Antiques Hour Mon-Frl 5-7. Free Ic
of Apalachicola, in the ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN- THAN THE PROPERTY respect to any matter con- 3110 Appliances snacks on Fridayll Up The
County of Franklin and the TIFF OWNER AS OF THE DATE sidered at the meeting Is 3120 Arts & Crafts Creek Raw Bar
State of Florida, according Lauren Ann Cascino OF THE LIS PENDENS advised that person will 3130 Auctions
to the map or plat of said Butler & Hosch, PA. MUST FILE A CLAIM need a record of proceed- Vdi applies
city in general use (also 3185 S. Conway Rd., WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER Ings and that accordingly 3160 Business F
being in the Northwesterly Ste. E THE SALE. the person may need to Equipment
Intersection of 12th Street Orlando, Florida 32812 ensure that a verbatim rec- 3170 Collectibles
(80 foot Right of Way) and (407) 381-5200 In accordance with the ord of the proceedings is 3180 Computers
Avenue E (U.S. Highway March 25, April 1, 2010 Americans with Disabilities made, including the testi- 3190 Electronics M
98), (90 foot Right of Way) Act (ADA), disabled per- many and evidence upon 3200 Firewood - so a c
and run thence South 35 6N36 E CIRCUIT COURT sons who, because of their which such appeal Is to be niPases it On I
degrees 02 minutes 36 OF THE SECOND JUDI- disabilities, need special based. 3230 Garage/Yard Sales a
seconds West, along the CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND accommodation to particl- 3240 Guns 4100 Help Wanted s
Northwesterly right of way FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY pate in this proceeding District Manager 3250 Good Things to Eat 4130 Employment
line of said Avenue E for FLORIDA should contact the ADA SeaSide Village Commu- I ealth Fi)t ss Information
tahdista emol18 2dede CIVILACTION co InS 33ApMIarckha tycDhe lo2p0mentDistrict 3280-EMau ineryt/
westerlydig5 eg esll RPHOO IOMORTGAGE habFL 320Dor 90- sdicalEqeuipment 410o I
minutes 17 seconds West 653-8861 prior to such 6489T 3310 Musical InsInsments Bldg Const/Trades
for a distance of 109.60 Plaintiff proceeding. NOTICE OF 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
feet; thence North 34 de- SHERIFF'S AUCTION 3330 ueFS nt/Hotel A/C SERVICE & I
grees 28 minutes 43 sec- vs. Dated this 9th day of 3340 Sporting Goods I
onds East, for a distance March, 2010. The Franklin County Sher- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) INSTALL
of 15.27 feet; thence North WILMER EARL DEASON, Iffs Office will be accepting TECHNICIANS
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53 degrees 54 minutes 52 et al Marcla Johnson sealed bids starting on
seconds West, for a dis- Defendant(s). Clerk Of The Circuit Court March 25, 2010 and end- Rees tTlenacCe in .
tance of 16.49 feet; thence CASE NO By: Michele Maxwell Ing April 8, 2010 at 4:00 ' Service or AOR.
St h5637sedceon sW4e5strn 19-2008-CA-000353 Deputy Clerk rne iforbthe fol in Illtems 32ao $500.00 i
a distance of 3.51 feet; DIVISION Law Office of each Item for cash, starting Sign-on
thence North 54 degrees Marshall C. Watson with the minimum bid B
54 minutes 14 seconds NOTICEOF 1800NW49thStreet, listed, to the highest bid- OnUS I
West, for a distance of RESCHEDULED Sulte 120 der. Please send sealed for qualified persons. I
64.00 feet; thence North 35 FORECLOSURE SALE Fort Lauderdale, bids to the Franklin County Joln the largest air
e stminut s dis9 NOTICE IS HEREBY ao 9954)453-0365 erlfis Offica tp t, StatLe Eastpoint: 284 Old Ferry can loning car y
t ce 6a 4 et to Ee pur toFaanehc M m 1 0 6028 2328 alc hberna Doc ROd uSday 7:00 pr dse rePa benehf s


re sthe em o sa Nh 01C ru tO 9 E CIRCUIT COURT the veh rn ked t ss Intaec w8andtoto o6ur
SECOND Judicial Circuit OF THE SECOND JUDI- the highest bidd dbrown@ars.com g*
Southwesterly rigt1notewao\ in and for FRANKLIN CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND be contacted e Fax: (850) 916-5550
190.18 feet to the Point of W C V orlMaORw r ORRIFDRANKLIN COUNTY 9thl day of Aptr 20101 Yo3u EE AA-MbD V6DEWP I
Beginning. CORPORATION, is the PROBATE DIVISION 10 at :0u0 pmApo com- I

el EBoard will insider a Pl n ft anda)NILMEReEeAnRdL IN RE: ESTATE OF ete ehpgaht derr KENHNEET AWTAT EDDANT
11cOh000n0 snya n atsalnwillbseHtotdhdeerhighr JOHN HICKS contacted. 3240 pVe liarkClnelcaTeen tl

neclc lans market OEURFTRH NOK D3CO UMNA CASE NO.:10-000010-CP Theese vethcles are all a far aou nuenaand k d
than $1 100 000.00 for any KET STREET APLACHI NOTICE TO CREDITORS can be viewed at anyt me Must be a clean freak:,


tc c b2 rL p s sdmdl2t oln twen h4 eu ni Mn d d rand
bidder Inclupdin title forth in said Final Judg- 10-000010-CP Is pending Sheriffs web site at FAIR GROUNDS history. Must be gentle,
Insurance. The B ard will ment: IFnra k nCCrcurtty F rl www.franklinsheriff.com. SAT h& UN 104 paMientha deloveanimals.
electitlehelnck)sirce agent LOT ONE(1) OF BLOCK Probate Division, the ad- DESCRIPTION/STARTING FREE PARKING munication skills and show
SEVENTY-FIVE (75) OF dress of which is 33 Mar- BID Info (407) 275-7233 Initiative. Looking for long
pany. THE CITY OF APALA- ket Street, Sulte 206, Apa- 1. 1998 Honda Accord flondaqunshows com 6 r- 380 fra innate I
Each bid shall be accom- CHICOLA, COUNTY OF lachicola, Florida 32320. $250.00 ointment
panned by a certified check FRANKLIN AND STATE OF The names and addresses 2. 1993 Ford PU app .
able to the School FLORIDA of the personal representa- $1,000.00
B rd of Franklin County A/K/A 102 10TH STREET presaenndatl persona 3.5192Toyota2/D State ofFlor da-Franklin
ft tbhaeseab uno boe APALACHICOLA, FL 32320 are set forth below 4. 1983 Chevy PU COunty Healt 1 Department
thu chdepositicagaNnstotthhe Any person claiming an In- All creditors of the dece- $ 51 Bulck 4/D JOb Announcement
forms will pbe acceptable. terest in the surplus from dent and other persons $ 25.00 Administrative Assista rt I
Upon the acceptance of the sale, If any other than having or claims or de- 6. 1981 Ford F-100 Position number: 64004439
the property owner as of mands against the $ 25.00
dhe bhee ameesd b the date of the Lls Pend- decedent's estate, includ- 7. 1992 Honda 4/D Annual Salary Range: $19,902.48 -
ter a contract for sale and ens must file a claim within Ing unmatured, contingent $75.00 $26,500.00
purchase using the con- sixty (60) days after the or unliquidated claims, on 8. 1992 Toyota 4/D Closing Date: 04/01/2010
haectFlforrn pBr ulgated by sale. whom a copy of t enchm $ 1109 OFord Ranger PU The State of Florida is an EEO Employer,
WITNESS MY HAND and claims with the Court $ 150.00 Emergency Duties, fingerprinting and
The Board reserves the the seal of this Court on WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 10. 1986 Chevy background screening required.
right to re ct an and all March9,2010. MONTHS AFTER THE $3,000.00
je y DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- 11. Ca er to This is a Grant Funding Position working in
fbo a tneds.to walve any In- erc cf e c3t)ourt EO D FV Bulckp4/D eF al oC intent I dD me t.Office
S nedday ofa arch, dated Deputy Clerk OF A COPY OF THIS 13. Ford Aerostar Van Position will work directly for the Tobacco
NOTICE ON THEM. $ 300.00 Prevention Health Educator Consultant.
The School Board of **See Americans with dis- 14. 1996 Suzuki 2/D Individual must have good interpersonal
Franklin County, Florida ab ty who needsoa rat cothee ca Itortsheof 5 olvo 4/D skills, work well with others and be detail
Byh: Jimmy Gander participate in this proceed- sons having claims or de- $ 600.00 oriented in completing multiple tasks in
ATq nNina Marks Ing, you are entitled, at no mands against decedent s 16.1997 Chevy PU a timely and efficient manner. Individual
Superintendent cost to you, to the provi- estate, including unma- $700,00 must have the knowledge and ability to
March 18, 25, 2010 P s ccoen : assistance ture dconItanglent oru unll 194 Ford PU monitor, prepare, and amend the tobacco
6365T Smith, Office of Court Ad- their claims with this court 18. 2003 Ford Crown Vic budget. Funding allocation for this position
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ministration, Leon County WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- $ 350.00 is based upon the Tobacco Prevention yearly,
IN AND FOR FRANKLIN Courthouse, 301 South TER THE DATE OF THE 19. 1998 Bass Tracker (07/01/09 06/30/10), funding cycle and
COUNTY FLORIDA Monroe Street, Tallahas- FIRST PUBLICATION OF Boat with 40Hp motor with funding is not guaranteed after June 30, 2010. 6
see, FL 32301, Phone: THIS NOTICE. trailer
CONSUMER SOLUTIONS, 850-577-4401, Fax: 850- $1,000.00 Please, choose one of the following for 6
LLC 487-7947 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO 20. 2001 Ford Crown Vic submitting your application and it must be 6

Vkilntiff, Florida Default Law Group, EWILL BE FOREVER 0 rd Crown Vic receive lby Peo e Firstdby the closing date
PO. Box 25018 The date of first publica- 0 00000 Ford Crown Vic Online at https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/
TRONDA EVANS, and any Tampa, Florida tion of this Notice is March $100.00 logon.htm 6
unknown heirs, devisees, 33622-5018 25, 2010. 23. 1999 Ford Crown Vic 1. If you should have problems with the
6
6
grantees, creditors, and March 25, April 1, 2010 $100.00
otnhken unknown perso I 6N37 E CIRCUIT COURT Pemon Repremtat d000 Ford Crown Vic onlin8e7s7ystem, please call People First
Ing by, through and under OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL 1058 Warwick Drive 25. 1998 Ford Crown Vic 2. Fax your application to: (904) 636-2627 |
any of the above-named CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Macon GA 31210 $100.00 Address the fax cover letter to: People

Ol N COUNTY Aettorne for Personal Rep- Ed001 Ford Crown Vic First Staffing Attn: Data Entry Write
CIVIL DIVISION Steve M. Watkins, Ill 27. 1999 Ford Crown Vic the following in the comments section
CASE NO: 08-158-CA 41 Commerce Street pop go of the fax cover letter: For position
FLAGSTAR BANK Apalachicola, FL 32320 28.1999 Ford Crown Vic #64004439. Please, post to People First
NOTICE OF Plaintiff, Fla. Bar No.: 0794996 $100.00 Web site
FORECLOSURE SALE (850) 653-1949 29. 1989 Nelson Craft with -
March 25, April 1, 2010 trailer 3. Mail your application to People First
NOTICE Is hereby given vs. 6485T $250.00 Staffing Administration, PO Box 44058
that the undersigned Clerk JOHN R. MOODY: SAN- NOTICE OF 30. Pontoon Boat w/ trailer Jacksonville, FL 32231.
of the Circuit Court of DRA A. MOODY: COAS SPECIALMEETING and 90hp Johnson
Franklin County, Florida TAL COTTAGE LLC; FLAG FL#2753ER
will on the 8th day of April STAR BANK FSB: SUN SEASIDE VILLAGE COM- $250.00
2010, at 11:00 o'clock A.M RISE/SUNSET LLC, A DIS UNITY DEVELOPMENT 31. 2000 Ford Crown Vic
at the Front steps of the SOLVED CORPORATION: DISTRICT $400.00
Franklin County Court- JOHN DOE: JANE DOE 32. 2003 Ford Crown Vic i .
house in Apalachicola AS UNKNOWN TENANT NOTICE IS HEREBY $500.00
Florida, offer for sale, and (S) IN POSSESSION OF GIVEN that the Board of 33. 2000 Ford Crown Vic
sell at public outcry to the THE SUBJECT PROP- Supervisors of the Seaside $600.00
highest and best bidder for ERTY Village Community Devel- 34. 2003 Ford Crown Vic
fcoTohwing-described prthe Defendants. opment Distnct will hold a $700.00
Special Meeting on April 6,
C2ntsit tredain Franklin CASE NO.: 09-00070 2010 at 2:00 p.m., at the All Items will be auctioned
Carrabelle City Complex, In asis condition.
RE-NOTICE OF 1001 Gray Avenue, March 25 April 1 2010
Siteuate ng and Fbr linn FORECLOSURE SALE Carrabelle, Florida 32322.

StatcekofFlonda,2towitecl NOdlNEpurs nttHEREBY TheeMp7upose)ofatphpSee
der Resetting Foreclosure Distncts dissolution docu- 1110
of Apalachicola, Florida. Sale Date dated 8th day of ments. The meeting is
purma n rthe Finaa Ju2e Mar s201NO anOd8- Oer en todthe dublnc a will Publishers
-CA, of the Circuit Court of ance with the provisions of NOtice
adlof hsc s ca the 2ND Judicial Circuit in Florida Law for community Sacrul Heart
and for Franklin County, developmentdistncts. The
above. Florida, wherein FLAG- meeting may be continued HOspital on the Gulf

Any person or entity claim- STAR BANK FSB Is the in progress without addl- SCAM
nterestinth Plaintiff and JOHN R. tlanal notice to a date.
sao e no ures tilnge MOO CS TDARLA CO e iflead n e ec rd bae amsavo d is escs Send Resumes to
than the rty owner as TAGE LLC; FLAGSTAR the meeting. There may mended that consumers
ofthedat oo1heLisPend BANK FSB: SUNRISE/ be occasions when Su- shouldverifycallerinfor- Sacred Heart Hosparal
SUNSET LLC, A DIS pervisors or Staff may par- matron when receiving
us, musthflle a mk on SOLVED CORPORATION: ticipate in the meeting by calls regarding credit on the Gulf
JOHN DOE: JANE DOE telephone. card payments. Con-
tCh f rea nur60s ys after AS UNKNOWN TENANT summers should also 380I E Hwy 98
(S) IN POSSESSION OF A copy of the agenda for contact the local com-
WITNESS my hand and of THE SUBJECT PROP- the meeting may be ob- pany themselves In- POrr Sr. Joe, FL 32-*56
ficial seal of said Court this ERTY are defendants. I will tanned from the Distnct stead of giving this in-
24th da of Februa sell to the highest and best Manager WRATHELL, formation to Individuals Fax 850-226-5616
2010 y ry bidder for cash at the ON HART HUNT AND ASSO- whom are contacting
FRONT STEPS OF CIATES, 6131 Lyons Road, them directly.


COURTHOUSE at the Sulte 100, Coconut Creek,
If you are a person with a Franklin County Court- Florida, 33073, (954)
ca %owhooneendsor o a, 1Apalachcooan 426-2105. If you have any questions
toepdaricipate in t tit the 6th day of May, 2010, Any person requiring spe- about opportunities with
at no cost to you, to the tph a sngsetdescrhbed tcha accommodatimsofaa Sacred Heart Health Systems
prov lon PC certain as said Final Judgment, to d ablht% orhaphdysI Inta On the Gulf please visit our
Clerk of the Court, 33 Mar- the District Office at (954)
ket Street, Sulte 203, Apa- LOT 2 OF TREASURE 426-2105 at least Organizational website at
lachicola, FL 32320 or call BEACH VILLAGE AC- forty-eight (48) hours prior Oyster Tongs, build new
wr in653-8861, withinre2 COERRDINGATSOR E PD thoetheimeetring eeyou are a es Id ra rt- WWW.Sacred-heart.org/gulf
celpt of this Notice. If you IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE paired, please contact the Tommy, 850-653-6208
aer hearing or volce II 25 OF THE PUBLIC REC- Florida Relay Service at SACRED HElRT 15 AN EQUAL


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One
c
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a sensitive political
issue. Michael
both
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take on the "United
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By Despina Williams
Star StaffWriter
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Today at 5 p.m., all entries in our third annual Panhandle Peep tavIrr
Show Diorama Contest must be turned in to The Times office. :, Tearrhe
Entries submitted later than our deadline will, like Cinderella's Pr
soo-ca
carriage, turn into the contest-equivalent of a big, juicy pumpkin. -
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notheworthyof judging.
Lost your entry form? Fear not. We've provided one here, and z
additional copies are available at the newspaper office. ,,
Just make sure to attach it somewhere on the diorama, using the
adhesive of your choice.
The winning entries will be featured in our April 1 edition and on
our Web site, www.apalachtimes.com.
So get them over here today the clock is ticking!




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