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Publication Date: November 20, 2008
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AFTER THE FIRE: Workers pull out the flattened seafood truck from the wreckage of Apalachicola State Bank.

I Times City Editor


Seafood truck slams

into Apalachicola bank

By Lois Swoboda and David Adlerstein
Times StaffWriters

The Apalachicola State Bank
building, a downtown landmark for
more than a century, erupted in

flames early Saturday morning af-
ter a seafood delivery truck driver
slammed into the front of it.
Preliminary indications are the
driver, Joseph Lee Mixon, 43, of
Apalachicola, intended to cause
some manner of mishap.
He was pulled from the wreckage
by a Tallahassee newspaper delivery
man and rushed by ambulance to
Weems Memorial Hospital with seri-
ous injuries. He later was transport-
ed to Bay Medical Center, where he

was treated and released Sunday.
Fire crews from around Franklin
County finished dousing the flames
about 10 a.m. Saturday morning as
a crowd of onlookers assembled at
sunrise behind police tape at the in-
tersection of Avenue E and Market
The truck, a 2007 Peterbilt re-
cently acquired by Ward and Sons
Seafood Company in Apalachicola,
was barreling down U.S. 98 about
4:40 a.m. when it careened into the

side of the offices of Coastal Com-
munity Bank, the company that now
owns Apalachicola State Bank.
A friend of Mixon's, who said they
spoke every day, said during their
telephone conversation about 9 p.m.
Friday, Mixon was upset over being
unable to reach his girlfriend but did
not sound violent or out of control.
About 3:30 a.m. Saturday, how-
ever, Mixon called his friend's cell

Mixon no


to violent


By Lois Swoboda
Times Staff Writer

Joseph Mixon, the driver of
the truck that triggered Saturday
morning's stunning fire, checked
himself out of a Panama City hos-
pital Sunday after-
noon and returned
to his home in
Apalachicola /
Police Chief Bob-
by Varnes said he
was told by one
of Mixon's friends
that the man had Joseph Mixon was
sustained a dislo- driving the truck
cated jaw, severe that crashed into
cut to the head the Apalachicola
and a fractured State Bank on
neck as a result of Saturday.
the collision. Saturday.
As of Tuesday
afternoon, the Florida Highway
Patrol, lead agency in the investi-
gation, had not arrested Mixon for
any crimes but was actively pursu-
ing their inquiry.
"Everything's still pending,"
said FHP Trooper B.S. Rodden-
berry. "We're still in the middle of a
crash investigation. We'll be mak-
ing contact with the driver and get
his side of the story."
Roddenberry said blood was
drawn at both Weems Memorial
Hospital and Bay Medical Center
but that it could take three weeks to
a month to obtain the test results.
"Under a situation like that, any
time there is serious bodily injury,
we're able to subpoena medical
blood tests," the trooper said.

Reappraisals force half-million

in county spending cuts

By David Adlerstein
Times City Editor
County government will face about a
half-million dollars in budget cuts as the
county's latest combined property valua-
tion has dropped by about $142 million.
Property Appraiser Doris Barber Pend-
leton told county commissioners Tuesday
morning she has revised downward the
preliminary valuation of about $3.597 bil-
lion she gave them in July.
The valuation now stands at a little
more than $3.454 billion, representing a
drop of about 4 percent, and the valuation
could drop even further following a report
this week by Special Magistrate Paul Cu-
Cureton's report is based on his find-
ings following last month's two-day Value
Adjustment Board hearing, in which 147
petitions were heard.
"We're supposed to have it in by end of
this week," said Pendleton, who will have
the option of recommending to the county
that they either accept or reject Cureton's
recommendation. In the event they reject
it, the Value Adjustment Board will recon-
This is the second-consecutive year in
which the preliminary valuations, certi-
fied in July, and the final valuations have
varied by a significant amount. Last year,
the difference was about $100 million.
"Last year, this same thing happened,"
Pendleton said. "You would have thought
they (the county commission) would have


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looked at that. Whenever we send these
TRIM (Truth in Millage) notices out, that
is an open door policy for the public to
come in and question their values."
TRIM notices are sent in mid-August,
and homeowners, including developers
who represent several parcels, have until
early September to challenge their ap-
"They may bring in appraisals, surveys,
they can bring in most anything they want
to," Pendleton said. "These last three years
have been real sticklers."
She said the disparities occurred be-
cause there was a limited amount of infor-
mation available to her office during this
down time for the real estate market.
"We had minimal sales and minimal
new construction and most of the sales
that we did have were bank foreclosures
and auctions, and unfortunately, we're
not allowed to look at those," Pendle-
ton said. "You have very little to go on.
With what few sales we had, we went
across the county and came up with a
12- to 14-percent decrease."
Those who challenged their TRIM no-
tices drew on several tools to convince
Pendleton to exercise her statutory au-
thority to lower their appraisals ahead of
the Value Adjustment Board hearing.
"But when people started coming in
with new information, a lot of people actu-
ally had independent appraisals on their
property, and we're allowed to look at


Anchor homeowners liable for sales tax

By Lois Swoboda
Times Staff Writer

Property owners with rental units for-
merly managed by Anchor Vacation Rentals
LLC are responsible for any unpaid sales
tax, even if the owner was never paid.
Mark Holcomb, a partner in the Talla-
hassee law firm Madsen, Goldman and Hol-
comb, who practices exclusively in Florida


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state and local taxation, said "When dealing
with transient rentals, the owner remains
responsible for tax obligations, even though
you have a written agreement, if the tax au-
thority is unable to collect."
Under the Florida Administrative Code
(Rule 12A-1.061 (7) (b)2), even though an
owner receives no money from a property
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Joseph "Smokey" Parrish, left, was selected Tuesday morning as the new
chairman of the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, replacing Noah
Lockley. County Judge Van Russell swore in Lockley, who was unopposed for
re-election, as well as Bevin Putnal and Pinki Jackel, right, who won re-election in
the Nov. 4 general election.

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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Carrabelle's John McInnis retires

By Lois Swoboda
Times Staff Writer

At the Nov. 6 meeting of
the Carrabelle City Com-
mission, public works direc-
tor John McInnis said good-
bye to his adopted city for
the last time and went home
to Mexico Beach.
McInnis has worked in
Carrabelle since spring
2005, starting as city admin-
istrator and later serving
as city manager and then
director of public works and
special projects.
Members of the city
commission and citizens
said farewell with heartfelt
"As someone famous
once said, there are things
that we don't want to hap-
pen but have to accept,
things we don't want to
know but have to learn, and

people we can't live with-
out but have to let go," said
former Mayor Mel Kelly.
"Go with our gratitude and
our heartfelt appreciation,
John. You helped to make
Carrabelle better for all of
us. Godspeed as you live
your future."
Commissioner Richard
Sands said, "I've been with
this man for three years.
He was here when I was
elected by the grace of God,
because I had no idea what
I was doing. He never did
anything without thinking
of Carrabelle. I think I've
learned enough, John, that
I'm going to turn you loose.
I'm going to do you one bet-
ter. You're fired!"
Commissioner Ray Tyre
said, "I've never known
anybody like McInnis. He's
a brilliant man. He's done
more for Carrabelle than
most of you will ever know.

THE END OF AN ERA: John Mclnnis, former Public Works
director of Carrabelle.

Most of it was done behind
his office door."
"The commission and the
citizens never put a leash

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on my neck and pulled me
back," McInnis said. "I wish
I'd come here when I was 35
instead of 50."

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a $48,000 grant from the Florida Department
of State's Division of Historic Preservation.

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Long-lasting memories of getting to the 'Point'

Never made any money on
Alligator Point to speak of; but
used to really enjoy going out
there in the good prime days.
First there was "Borders"
Cafe, had food, picnic sup-
plies, etc. They had a daugh-
ter back then and a lot of Car-
rabelle High School parties
and dances there. Later on
they would have bands on the
After they phased out, the
infamous "Crews Quarters"
opened up down the street,
in care of Vern and Jo Grace.
Liquor and beer were served
with pool tables, etc. Bands
were there on occasion. Now
Vern was a character you
wouldn't forget. Wild as a
buck, full of laughs, but ran
a tight ship, really. Remem-
ber he had a deer's posterior
mounted over the bar. There
was a 'Nam vet who hung out
there, and when he ran out of
money, he would let Vern hold
his glass eye. While Vern held
the eye, he would place it in -
you guessed it in the deer's
rear end.
His wife Jo was much more
subdued. They lived next door

with her mother, whom ev-
eryone called "Granny." Now
Granny fixed a ton of food
every Sunday afternoon for
anybody and everybody. Did
a wedding out there, and the
groom's uncle gave me a $50
tip for getting them out of his
Further down the beach,
Clayton Taff built the beautiful
Point Lounge. The fantastic
see. Large L-shaped bar, with
an exit out onto the big deck
for sun and a fantastic view
of the Gulf. Had a big dance
floor with weekend bands, and
a Sunday afternoon matinee
that the wife and I used to love
to go to. Dance, party a bit, and
get home before the "Do Right
Boys" popped out. Hurricanes
finally did it in.
Longest lasting of course
was "Pride of the Point" as
it was called once, marina,
lounge and restaurant. Used
to go out to watch the big
yachts come and go, the fish
catches, good drinks and food.
My mentor and good friend,
Buddy Teague of Capital City
Bank, was a regular there

ALLIGATOR POINT MARINA: This 1969 photo, property of the
Florida Department of Commerce collection, shows the Alligator

Point marina and yacht basin.
and gave me a lot of good ad-
vice and counsel back in the
'60s and '70s. It's been a while
since I have been there so I
don't know what the lay of the
land is.
Everything else is gone,
like so may other good estab-
lishments in the county. Until
the law changed, the eastern
boundary of Franklin County
went to mean high tide of Och-
lockonee River. Wakulla Coun-
ty was dry, so was Angelo's,
which was formerly "George's
at the Bridge," and Faiver's,

which was built on a pier so
they could have a Franklin
County liquor license. There
also used to be a bar out on
a pier on the left side of the
Well I still miss the "Oaks"
restaurant, motel, and store.
Seems like such a waste. Lots
more people now than then.
Kinda like "Gone With The
Mr Bill
Mr Bill is the pen name
of Bill Miller of Carrabelle.

Retired educators

offer Martha Kersey

The Franklin/Gulf Retired Educators' Associa-
tion is proud to announce that, as of graduation in
June 2008, there are four $500 scholarships for which
graduating seniors planning to further their
education either at a junior college or at a university
may apply.
The latest scholarship offered is the Martha
Kersey Memorial Scholarship, given in memory of
Martha Kersey who taught at Carrabelle High School for
over 30 years. Rose Creamer, 2008 graduate of Franklin
County High School, is the first recipient of the scholar-
The money for the annual scholarship comes from a
memorial fund set up at the Apalachicola State Bank by
Martha's husband, William Kersey.
Mr. Kersey especially challenges all of Martha's
former students who feel she made a difference in
their lives to make a contribution to this fund. This
challenge also applies to all who knew Martha, who
was active in many church and civic organizations, al-
ways sharing her musical talents for school gradua-
tions and church functions, and sharing her delicious
preserves and jellies, never hiding her talents in a hay-
Contributions can be made at any branch of
The Apalachicola State Bank. Please make checks
out to the William Kersey Memorial Fund for Martha

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Thursday, November 20, 2008


when suffragettes

blocked sidewalks

I created my own teachable moment last week, and my
English students learned a bit of history. Nov. 16 marked
the anniversary of the "Night of Terror" in 1917 when 33
suffragists were arrested and imprisoned for picketing the
White House.
Their signs read: "President Wilson, How long do you
advise us to wait?" "Wilson is against women," and "Vote
against Wilson, he opposes national woman suffrage." The
charge was "obstructing sidewalk traffic."
The men in charge took great umbrage at these uppity
women and responded with brutality. The warden at the
Occoquan Workhouse in Virginia gave 40 prison guards
permission to beat the ladies
The men in with clubs. Lucy Burns was
charged took great chained with her hands
chage o lo Igrt above her head and left there
umbrage at these overnight. When Alice Paul
went on a hunger strike, they
uppity women forced a tube down her throat.
a d d The women continued the
and responded fight and finally gained the
with brutality vote in 1920.
I was reminded of this
The warden at dark spot in history when I
received a pre-election email
the Occoquan from my good friend, Barbara
Workhousel in Holmes. I saved it so I could
VVorki use in show the computer slide show
Virginia gave 40 to my students last Friday.
I know I teach English,
prison guards and that I was supposed to
focus on the Sunshine State
peni/ s'ion to beat Standard of the week, but I
the ladies with thought this anniversary was
too important to pass up.
clubs. My kids were aghast. Not
a single one of them, not
even the seniors, had any idea of the struggle and sacrifice
it took for women to be treated as citizens. When I began the
presentation, there was a bit of chatter. Soon, the classroom
became dead quiet. I rocked their complacent world and
enjoyed every minute of it. Perhaps a few of the intellectually
curious will do a little more research on their own. I hope so.
I look at President-elect Obama, surrounded and
influenced by strong women his mother, his grandmother,
and his wife. He grew up in female households and lives in
one today. I doubt that it would ever occur to him that women
are less capable than men. It may have taken 88 years, but,
thankfully, this is where we are now.
Much change has occurred even in my own lifetime. In
the Fifties and Sixties most professional women were either
teachers or secretaries. In fact, I believe one of the reasons
for the decline in education is that when opportunities for
smart women opened up, fewer and fewer became teachers.
Once they could enter the professional and corporate world,
the classroom no longer beckoned.
When I was in high school, there were no team sports for
girls. Now they have volleyball, basketball, and softball. Girls
were required to take home economics; boys took shop. No
questions asked.
When I went to Auburn University in 1970, all women
were required to live on campus; none of the men were. After
a year, I transferred to Florida State University with its open
dormitory policy.
I would argue that the female struggle for equal rights is
as important in history and as transforming as the date of
any war or peace treaty.
So, why did I have to teach it in English class?
Denise Roux is a regular columnist for the Apalachicola
and Carrabelle Times. To reach her, email her at


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James McMurty. Drawing by Randy Molton

McMurty concert to benefit Meals on Wheels

On Tuesday, Dec. 2, sup-
port Meals on Wheels by
seeing James McMurtry
and his Band perform live
at the Armory, 66 4th St., in
Doors will open at 7 p.m.
The show is 8 p.m. Tickets
are $15 at the door.
"If you or someone you
know loves live music,
please come to this show,"

said Burt Ivey, director of
Franklin County Meals on
Wheels. "James McMurtry
has been puttingout albums
for about 20 years. I remem-
ber waiting for the guy at
the record store to take out
the first one.
"I used to have a mu-
sic hall and have always
wanted to share my stories
of some very unknown to

very great players in the
traveling world," said Ivey.
"I have been friends with
James McMurtry for many
years. He works hard driv-
ing his show, year after
year, all over, playing night
after night.
"I remember back in
1999 I1 looked at my October
calendar and noticed we
had done 31 nights of music

at our Music Hall so I high-
ly respect the daily chores
of live music," he said.
"When James and I were
talking about doing a
fundraiser for Meals on
Wheels, I kept thinking to
myself that I should. He
has certainly heard me talk
a handful of times about
the needs of helping home-
bound seniors."

Letters to the EDITOR

Elections officials a
credit to county

Dear Editor:
I had the opportunity
to serve as a poll watcher
for early voting and at the
general election. Through-
out the weeks preceding
the election, Doris Gibbs
and her staff patiently edu-
cated me and the other poll
watchers about the election
process. On Election Day, I
started the morning at Pre-
cinct 5, the Senior Citizens
Center in Carrabelle, and
spent the afternoon at Al-
ligator Point.
My first-hand experi-
ence is that our Supervi-
sor of Elections, Doris
Gibbs, runs a fantastically
well-organized office. All of
her regular staff and poll
workers were professional,
knowledgeable, friendly,
and helpful. I have talked to
the poll watchers from the
other precincts and the re-
ports are all the same. We
were all treated extremely
well and were welcomed
to the point that the poll
workers even shared the
delicious snacks and meals
they had prepared.
These elections offi-
cials work a very long day.
Every one of them executed
their responsibilities with
the utmost consideration to
the public they serve. At the
County office in Apalachic-
ola and at the courthouse
Annex in Carrabelle, the
experience was the same.
Friendly and helpful, all of
these county employees are
a credit to Franklin County,
and to Doris Gibbs.
I am looking forward
to Ida Elliott's taking over
the office of Supervisor of
Elections and continuing
the long tradition of public
service we've become ac-
customed to from that of-
fice. Thank you to each and
every one of the staff and
poll workers for a job well
Barbara Sanders

Help save the bay
Dear Editor:
The purpose of this let-

ter is to create awareness
of a Large/Small Scale
Land Use Amendment
and potential develop-
ment of 360 acres being
fast-tracked in the area of
Whiskey George Creek off
of Highway 65.
At the Board of County
Commissioners' meeting
on Sept. 16, it was decided
to move this project to a
Public Hearing. The Pub-
lic Hearing is scheduled for
Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. during the
regular BOCC meeting.
This property is cur-
rently zoned Agricultural
and is being used as a pine
straw farm. The request
is to change the zoning to
Residential. Some of the
land will be zoned for one
home perfive acres and will
include 70 homes. Some of
the land will be zoned for
one home per one acre and
will include five homes.
The reason this project
can be fast-tracked is due
to a new law in Florida.
The new law allows a land-
owner to bypass the normal
lengthy, stringent process
for rezoning large tracts of
land as long as the owner
carves out a portion of it for
affordable housing. So far,
Franklin County is the only
county in Florida to have
done this under the new
law with a project located
west of Apalachicola.
The location of Whis-
key George Creek is a very
ecologically sensitive, frag-
ile area which flows into
East Bay where productive
oyster beds exist. Even as
the land is currently in a
natural state, during heavy
squalls like Hurricane Fay
brought, it caused the bay
to be shut down for three to
four days. This was due to
the storm water runoff and
animal waste being washed
into the Apalachicola wa-
ter system. Two-Mile and
Eastpoint have already
been permanently closed
at least a mile or so from
shore due to water con-
tamination. The develop-
ment under consideration
plans to use aerobic septic
systems and cluster homes
along the waterfront.
Franklin County al-
ready has hundreds of
platted residential lots still

undeveloped. We are not
lacking for housing oppor-
tunities here.
Although Franklin
County desperately needs
affordable housing and this
project is in relatively close
proximity to the new Con-
solidated School, the risks
far outweigh the rewards.
In an effort to provide af-
fordable homes for only
five families, this project
could potentially harm the
bay and cause extensive
shutdowns. This would af-
fect 150 to 200 families who
make their living off the bay,
in addition to others who
enjoy the pristine waters
for recreational and com-
mercial fishing purposes.
At the Board of County
Commissioners' meet-
ing when they decided to
schedule the Public Hear-
ing, Commissioner Bevin
Putnal expressed that an
owner had a right to do
whatever he wants with
his land. I'm also a huge
supporter of property
rights. However, I don't
take lightly major changes
in a county's Comprehen-
sive Plan. When this land
was purchased, it was pur-
chased as Agricultural. It
needs to stay Agricultural
and in its natural state to
preserve and protect our
pristine bay and natural
If you agree with me,
please call the Commis-
sioners and let them know
how you feel and please
show up at the Public Hear-
ing on Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. It
is with high hope that the
Board of County Commis-
sioners will do the right
thing and keep this land
zoned Agricultural when
this project comes before
them at the Public Hearing
on Dec. 2.
Working to protect our
natural resources and spe-
cial way of life.
Gail M. Riegelmayer
Franklin County Resident

Thanks Mrs. Gander,
for taking a stand

To the Editor:
This is for Mrs. Joann
Gander and then the Frank-

lin County School Board
members. If in any way my
speaking at a board meet-
ing, or anything you heard
that I said sounded like a
direct personal attack, I
am writing this as a letter
of apology. I express my
regrets and I am sorry if it
went out that way.
I really do respect the
positions you all are in and
also as a person, but I do
have a love for our children
in this county. It is more
than football for a few;
also it is more than soft-
ball and baseball. I believe
now more than ever we can
have a youth center.
Mrs. Gander, the men
of Love Center sing a song
that says "Stand." Mrs.
Gander, that's one thing
you did through good and
bad times. You took a stand.
May God bless you and keep
you in your daily walk.
Granville Croom, Jr.

Grateful for
supporters in judicial

To the editor:
I would like to thank
the many supporters who
helped me with my recent
judicial campaign. I en-
joyed working with you,
and found meeting so many
citizens in the six counties
of the Second Judicial Cir-
cuit to be truly rewarding.
I'd also like to thank the
nearly 80,000 voters who
voted for me to become a
judge; I value your support
and am grateful to have
had the opportunity to be
on the ballot in this historic
general election. Know
that I will continue to serve
the people of Florida at the
Attorney General's Office
and the people of this com-
munity through pro bono
and other volunteer ser-
Finally, I wish all the
best to my honorable op-
ponent, Frank Sheffield,
and to Charles Dodson
and Mark Walker, who will
replace the three retiring
Circuit Court Judges in
January 2009.
Lisa Raleigh

Thursday, November 20, 2008


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Cape St. George Light to open to public

The Cape St. George Light, newly recon-
structed on St. George Island, will open to the
public on Monday, Dec. 1.
Prior to the official opening, special "Light-
house Preview Days" will be held on the Sat-
urday and Sunday after Thanksgiving, Nov 29
and 30, with the light open for climbing at no
charge on those two days.
"We want the people of Franklin County,
who have been so supportive of the recon-
struction effort, to enjoy the results of their
hard work and generous contributions to 'Res-
cue the Light,'" said Dennis Barnell, president
of the St. George Lighthouse Association.
The lighthouse will be open on Saturday,
Nov. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Sunday,
Nov. 30, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
On the eve of the opening of the Cape St.
George Light, another piece of the tower's
colorful story fell into place when a forgotten
keeper of the lighthouse emerged from the
shadows of history.
Louis Buras Sr., who is not listed in any of
the usual documentation of lighthouse keep-
ers at Cape St. George, has been discovered to
have served at the light station in the 1920's.
Keeper Buras was born in Boothville, LA in
1891 and joined the U.S. Lighthouse Service in
1919. He served at the Pensacola Lighthouse
from 1921 to 1923, and the "Journal of Light
Station at Pensacola, Fla. October 1923" in-
dicates that on Oct. 1, 1923, Buras was trans-
ferred from Pensacola to the Cape St. George
Light Station.
Vance and Patricia Buras, of Burkeville, TX,
the son and daughter-in-law of Keeper Buras,
visited the St. George Island Visitor Center &
Lighthouse Museum earlier this month and
brought with them copies of the Pensacola log
book and photographs of Keeper Buras. They
said that even though exact records do not ex-
ist, family anecdotal evidence leads them to
believe their father served at Cape St. George
from October 1923 to 1925.

(olvin serves as tour director

Also not yet listed as a Keeper of the Cape
St. George Light is the latest in the long line
of distinguished Lighthouse Keepers. Stan-
ley Colvin, of St. George Island, will serve
as tour director and "Lighthouse Keeper"

,when the Cape St. George
Light opens to the public
Dec. 1.
"I always loved the light-
house when it was on Little
St. George Island, but I didn't
have a boat and so didn't get
to visit it very often. Now in
STANLEY its new location it will be ac-
COLVIN cessible to everybody," Colvin
said. "I am proud to be asso-
ciated with the great effort by
the local people who
rebuilt this historic
Colvin, a graduate
of Florida State Univer-
sity and retired from a
career with the State of
Florida, has worked as
a volunteer at the visitor ,
center since its opening ,-
in January 2008.
A few rules designed
to make your lighthouse
climb safe and enjoy- -.
able will apply both on -
the Preview Days and
after Dec. 1. Appropri-
ate footwear (no flip-
flops or bare feet) is
required; children must
be accompanied by ROOM WITH A VIEW:
an adult; only camera mainland as seen
equipment may be car- lighthouse.
ried up the stairs; food, grouse.
drinks, smoking, and
pets are not allowed in the lighthouse.
The lighthouse has a spiral staircase of 92
hand-crafted wooden stairs to the watch room,
and a narrow metal ladder to the lantern room.
The climb can be a bit strenuous, and people
with health conditions that may impact the
ability to climb are asked to carefully consider
the decision to climb.
Starting Dec. 1, the lighthouse will be open
on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9
a.m. to noon, and 1 to 3 p.m.; Saturday from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 3
p.m. Admission to the lighthouse will be $5 for
adults, and $3 for youth under age 16. Group
rates are available on request. Members of
the St. George Lighthouse Association and the


Florida Lighthouse Association may climb at
no charge.
Fourth reconstruction of the light

The lighthouse recently completed at the
center of St. George Island is the fourth re-
construction of the Cape St. George Light that
once stood on Little St. George.
In 1831 Congress appropriated $11,400 for
the construction of a lighthouse to guide ships
into the thriving port of Apalachicola. The first
lighthouse was erected in 1833 near West Pass,
but was difficult to see
for maritime traffic ap-
proaching from the
east. After suffering
storm damage, it was
ultimately dismantled
and its bricks were used
in the construction of a
new tower, completed in
1848 at Cape St. George.
The second lighthouse
fell during a hurricane
in 1851.
_- The third lighthouse

Again using materials
from its predecessor,
but positioned this time
500 yards inland from
ANDREW DER the water's edge.
A view towards the The light was ex-
om the top of the tinguished during the
Civil War so as not to of-
fer guidance to federal
war ships, and relit in
1866. In 1949 the magnificent Fresnel lens was
replaced by an automated light, and the men
who worked as Lighthouse Keepers and Assis-
tant Keepers were no longer needed to carry
the fuel oil that had kept the light burning for
so many years.
The Cape St. George Light was listed on the
National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
By the 1990's the beachfront between the
lighthouse and the Gulf of Mexico had eroded
down to less than a few hundred feet. Hur-
ricane Andrew hit in 1992 and caused more
beach erosion, and the Coast Guard deactivat-
ed the light in 1994. For the first time in more
than 160 years, the light which had guided mar-
iners safely to Apalachicola was dark.

Hurricane Opal continued the destruction
in 1995, with a powerful tidal surge that washed
the lighthouse from its foundation and left the
fuel house and the shell of the Keeper's House
in ruins. The lighthouse began to lean at a pre-
carious 7.5 degree angle, the door was boarded
with plywood, and the iron staircase which the
surge had ripped from the walls was removed.
The once-proud tower seemed doomed.
But the community rallied to the support of
their beacon. The Cape St. George Lighthouse
Society raised funds to "Save the Light." A Tal-
lahassee contractor was hired to perform the
delicate rescue operation, and by digging sand
from one side of the light's base with a back-
hoe, the 400-ton tower gradually settled back
into a vertical position. The community re-
joiced at having saved the historic lighthouse
from near-certain and imminent collapse.
But subsequent years saw a replay of the
beach erosion story. By the spring of 2004 the
lighthouse was completely surrounded by
the thrashing Gulf waters and portions of its
new concrete base had washed away. The St.
George Lighthouse Association was formed
to manage another attempt to "Rescue the
Light." The debate as to whether the structure
should be shored up in place or moved to a new
location was cut short when the historic light-
house collapsed around noon on Friday, Oct.
21, 2005.
In a dramatic team effort involving private
contractors, local volunteers, and government
funding, the pieces of the Light were salvaged
and moved to a storage site on the mainland.
Volunteers gathered on weekends to carefully
clean the old mortar off the salvaged bricks,
and more than 22,000 original bricks were used
in the rebuilding effort.
The reconstruction of the lighthouse was
funded by private contributions and by two
State of Florida grants. Funds from the Frank-
lin County Tourist Development Council en-
abled the construction of a small temporary
Visitors Center and Lighthouse Museum,
which one day will be replaced by a permanent
facility built in the likeness of the original Keep-
er's House. A Department of Environmental
Protection Grant is funding the landscaping
underway in St. George Lighthouse Park.
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of the Cape St. George Light, call 927-7744, or
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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Thursday. Nov. 20
Carrabelle Planning and
Zoning Meeting, 4:30 p.m.
at Senior Citizens Bldg., 103
Ave. E For info, call 697-3618.
Wandering Star Quilt-
ing Club. Chillas Hall La-
nark Village. 1 to 3 p.m. Call
Christine Hinton 697-2551.
Bible Class at the Frank-
lin County Senior Center in
Carrabelle. 10 to 11 a.m. Call
Luncheon and Informa-
tion Specials at the Frank-
lin County Senior Center in
Carrabelle. Noon. $3 dona-
tion. Call 697-3760
Apalachicola Communi-
ty Pride Partnership Meet-
ing, Sixth Street Recreation
Center, 6 p.m., Call 650-9319.

Friday. Nov. 21
Breakfast at the Frank-
lin County Senior Center in
Carrabelle. Coffee at 7:30
a.m., meal at 8 a.m. $2 dona-
tion. Call 697-3760.

Saturday. Nov. 22
Free educational pad-
dling program at Indian
Creek Public Park on North
Bayshore Dr. in Eastpoint,
sponsored by Apalachicola
Riverkeeper and the Frank-
lin County Parks and Recre-
ation Department. 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. A short educational talk
will be followed by a 3.5 hour
kayak/canoe trip led by expe-
rienced staff and volunteers.
Limited number of kayaks
available through River-
keeper. Participants should
bring water and lunch and be
comfortable paddling open
water, tidal streams, and
narrow creeks teeming with
wildlife. Participants should
be prepared to use vehicles
as shuttles to water access
locations. Reservations re-
quired. Call 653-8936.

Monday. Nov. 24
Breakfast at the

Franklin County Senior Cen-
ter in Carrabelle. Coffee at
7:30 a.m., meal at 8 a.m. $2
donation. Call 697-3760.
Computer classes at the
Franklin County Senior Cen-
ter in Carrabelle. Call Joyce
Durham 670-5951 and set up
a time.

Tuesday. Nov. 25
Carrabelle Historical
Society. 5:30 p.m. at Car-
rabelle Library. Public wel-
come. For info call Tamara
at 697-8380
Apalachicola Com-
munity Garden. 6 p.m. at
Apalachicola Bay Chamber
of Commerce. For info call
Art Club at the Frank-
lin County Senior Center in
Carrabelle. 2 to 4 p.m. Call

Wednesday. Nov. 26
Apalachicola City Hall
closes at noon

Thursday. Nov. 27

Friday. Nov. 28
Breakfast at the Franklin
County Senior Center in Car-
rabelle. Coffee at 7:30 a.m.,
meal at 8 a.m. $2 donation.
Call 697-3760.
Historic Apalachicola
Christmas Celebration and
Apalachicola Festival of
Trees begins. 4 to 8 p.m. San-
ta arrives on a shrimp boat at
4:30 p.m. Call 653-9419.

Saturday. Nov. 29
The Cape St. George
Light will be open for climb-
ing at no charge on Preview
Days, Nov. 29 from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. and Nov. 30 from 1 to 4
p.m. Call 927-7744 for info.
Apalachicola Yule Log
Lighting. 1 to 4 p.m. Carol-
ing and lighting of the log at
dusk. 653-9419.

Date High Low % Precip
Thu, Nov20 700 440 0%
Fri, Nov 21 620 380 0%
Sat, Nov22 630 420 0%
Sun, Nov 23 650 470 10%
Mon, Nov 24 690 510 10%
Tue, Nov 25 660 430 30%
Wed, Nov 26 640 440 0%

To find the tides of the following areas, subtract the indicated times
from those given for APALACHICOLA:
HigH Low
Cat Point Minus0:40 Minus 1:17
East Pass Minus 0:27 Minus 0:27a
To find the tides of the following areas, subtract the indicated times
from those given for CARRABELLE:
HigH Low
Bald Point Minus 9:15 Minus 0:03


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Hospice hosts remembrance services

Big Bend Hospice and
the Franklin Advisory Coun-
cil, Apalachicola, will host a
Service of Remembrance on
Sunday, Nov. 30, at 3 p.m. at
Veteran's Park, 201 Water
Street, Apalachicola.
The following weekend,
Big Bend Hospice and the
Franklin Advisory Council,
Carrabelle, will host a Ser-
vice of Remembrance on
Sunday, Dec. 7, at 2:30 p.m.
at Tillie Miller Park, 102 NW
Avenue F, Carrabelle.

"We decided to have two
services in Franklin County
this year in an effort to ac-
commodate as many people
as possible," said Pam Rak-
er Allbritton, community
resources coordinator for
Franklin and Wakulla coun-
ties. "Both services will be
much the same and will fea-
ture music, words of comfort,
and a special candlelighting
ceremony where the names
of loved ones may be said
aloud as the candle is lit."

The Trees of Remem-
brance are adorned, for a
donation, with gold ribbons,
porcelain bells and angels,
each bearing a personal
handwritten message, pro-
viding an opportunity to rec-
ognize and remember those
who are close to our hearts.
Refreshments will be avail-
able following the ceremony,
free and open to everyone in
the community.
Donations made go di-
rectly to providing care,

comfort and hope to Big
Bend Hospice patients and
their families in Franklin
County, and can be made at
Apalachicola State Banks, in
Carrabelle and Apalachic-
ola; Gulf State Community
Banks, in Carrabelle, Apala-
chicola, Eastpoint and St.
George Island; and Superior
Bank, in Carrabelle.
For more information,
please contact Allbritton at
(850) 508-8749 or pamal@

Cards of THANKS

Due to the tragic ac-
cident on South Bayshore
Road in Eastpoint last week
that ended up in our yard,
we would like to thank the
law enforcement crews for
trying to keep everyone safe
and the Progress Energy
crew for working throughout
the night to get the wires up
and the electricity back on.

They all did a great job.
Thanks again,
Jeanne and Abel Koren

The members of the Apala-
chicola Volunteer Fire De-
partment would like to thank
everyone who assisted us at
the Apalachicola State Bank
fire last Saturday morning.
From beginning to end, ev-


Parker and Spohrer
reappointed to TDC
Despite some objections by
commissioners Parrish and Lock-
ley, both Paul Parker of Alligator
Point and Helen Spohrer of St.
George Island were reappointed
to the board of the Franklin Coun-
ty Tourist Development Commis-
sion (TDC) at the Nov. 18 meeting
of the Franklin County Commis-
Parrish complimented Spohrer
and Parker on their service to
the county but said he felt others
should be given the opportunity to
serve on the TDC and other pub-
lic committees.
Commissioner Noah Lockley
said, "These people have done
a fine job, but maybe it would be
better if we had advertised these
openings and given other people a
chance to apply."
The commissioners also voted
to have Commissioner Cheryl
Sanders be their representative
on the TDC board, replacing for-
mer Commissioner Russell Crof-

Emergency communications
workshop productive
Speaking at Tuesday's meeting
of the Franklin County Commis-
sion, Chairman Smokey Parrish

said he felt an emergency com-
munications workshop held Nov.
14 was "very productive in mov-
ing things forward."
County Planner Alan Pierce
said the meeting was "well attend-
ed by commissioners (Pinki) Jack-
el, (Cheryl) Sanders and (Smokey)
Parrish, sheriff-elect (Skip) Shiver
and assistants, current Sheriff's
Office representatives and com-
munication vendors."
At the meeting, the Sheriff's
personnel agreed to "do a better
job of notifying the fire depart-
ments when work is being done
on the communications system
and to amend standard opera-
tions and procedures to page fire
and emergency medical services
personnel," Pierce said. Sheriff's
department personnel will also
pursue dispatch certification
through further training.
Assistant Emergency Manage-
ment Director Mike Rundel set up
a standing committee of people
who rely on and work with the 911
system to deal with technical is-
sues on a regular basis.
"The meeting went very well
and resulted in us working very
well together," said St. George
Island Fire Chief Jay Abbott. "Be-
fore I felt like we were seven fire
departments going in seven dif-
ferent directions. Now maybe that
will change."

eryone involved reached out
and did all they could to help.
We are especially grateful to
our neighboring volunteer
fire departments from East-
point, St. George Island and
Carrabelle for bringing us
the personnel and resources
we needed to accomplish
the job. Excellent communi-
cations between the chiefs

and members, along with
good working relationships
and positive attitudes, made
things flow smoothly with ef-
fective results. As always it
was a pleasure to work with
competent and diligent fire-
The Apalachicola
Volunteer Fire

Gulf Coast Medical Center

in Beacon Hill

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The Times staff apologizes for a typo-
graphical error in the Nov. 14 story about
a tragic fire in Lanark Village. The text
regarding the arrival of Progress Energy
trucks should have read:
(Mike) Rundel said his crew was dis-
patched at 6:09 a.m. "We still had the water
on before the power truck arrived. I didn't
see a Progress Energy employee till 6:59
Some details of the Lanark fire remain
controversial. At the Nov. 18 meeting of
the Franklin County commission, Barbara
Lasher, of Lanark Village, told commis-
sioners that a group of trailers belonging
to Don Lively Construction impeded access
to a power pole delaying Progress Energy
from cutting power to the burning home.
"When I talked to Mr. Rothwell (Franklin
County's engineer) he said it was OK for the
trailers to be parked there. As a taxpayer, I
find this disturbing," said Lasher.
"If the county commission wants to do
any enforcement with people parking on
the public roadway, that is for them to do,
not the county engineer," Rothwell replied.
"I don't think anybody needs to park any-
thing on public roadways," said Chairman
Joseph Parrish. "That presents a hazard
to public health, safety and welfare. The
county commission needs to have a policy
on this."
County Attorney Michael Shuler said,
"There are ordinances against parking ve-
hicles or anything else in the public right of
way for more than six hours. In the past,
the county has had me send letters telling
the owner to move their property within
three days. If the vehicle is not moved, we
red tag it. If it still is not moved, we have it
towed and the owner pays the towing and
storage fees or forfeits the title."
Commissioner Cheryl Sanders said,
"Whatever is in the right of way needs to
be taken out of the right of way."


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SEEING THE DAMAGE: Apalachicola Assistant Chief George Watkins, left, directs
firefighters. In the center is Mark Creamer and at right is Police Officer Anthony

LANDMARK from page Al

phone and left a garbled mes-
sage including the statement,
"What I'm fixing to do, you
can let (my girlfriend) know
it was all her fault. It's done
Varnes said no note or
other indications of suicidal
intent had been found as of
Saturday afternoon.
Steve Holt, who was out
delivering newspapers to
newsstands, said he was near
the Coombs House Inn, at 80
6th St., when he saw the truck
speeding down U.S. 98.
"The vehicle passed me
going east on 98 at an ex-
tremely high rate of speed,"
he said, estimating it was
"two or three times the post-
ed speed limit.
"I drive with the windows
down, and I leaned out of
car," he said. "It alarmed me
because the truck was going
so fast. When I leaned out
and turned and looked, he
had just entered the intersec-
tion at the flashing light."
Holt said the truck then
veered to the driver's right
and "went up on two wheels
and then impacted the
After making a U-turn and
heading towards the scene,
Holt parked across the street
and ran over to help.
"The front of the vehicle
and the side of the bank were
burning pretty well," he said.
"The driver door was open,
and the ground was burning

from diesel fuel all over the
Holt said Mixon was
"mostly out of the vehicle"
when he arrived, but "part of
his left leg was caught up in
the door of truck and hanging
partially out.
"I did what anybody
would do. I went over and
grabbed the guy, got him out
of the truck and dragged him
across the street to safety,"
Holt said.
Certified in CPR from his
days in the Army during the
Vietnam era, Holt yelled at a
passing vehicle to call 9-1-1 as
he attended to Mixon.
"He had a real strong
pulse. There were lacera-
tions in his scalp," Holt said.
"He never made a sound. He
coughed a little bit lying there,
and at one point in time, he
convulsed, so I turned him on
his side to make sure his air-
ways was clear."
Gay Nessly, an employee
of the BP service station cat-
tycorner to the bank, said she
was arriving to open up about
5 a.m. when she heard the ac-
"I heard two loud bangs,
boom, boom, and I thought
it was thunder," she said.
"Then I thought it wasn't
Robert Lindsley, who lives
about a block away from the
crash site, said he was awake
reading when he heard what
sounded "like a combination

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of a collision and an explo-
sion" coming from the street
"I'm used to hearing the
trucks, but this was a differ-
ent sound,"' he said. "I looked
outside, and the flames were
just starting."
Both Lindsley and Nessly
called 9-1-1, and Apalachicola
First Responders and the vol-
unteer fire department were
on the scene in less than five
Apalachicola Assistant
Chief George Watkins said
about 15 firefighters from his
department took part in the
fight, beginning about seven
minutes after the 9-1-1 call.
Also responding quickly
was Franklin County videog-
rapher Howard Reeder and
his daughter, Andrea, an em-
ployee of the bank. She said
she was alerted by her scan-
ner, and together the two
shot footage of Apalachicola
firefighters fighting the ini-
tial blaze.
To see Reeder's video, go
Crews responded from St.
George Island, Carrabelle
and Eastpoint, bringing with
them eight trucks, includ-
ing two ladder trucks that
enabled better access to the
flames engulfing the sec-
ond story. One onlooker said
it took roughly an hour for
the first ladder truck to ar-
rive, which then enabled the
firefighters to direct water

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DAVID ADLERSTEIN | Times City Editor
DOUSING THE FLAMES: A corner view of Carrabelle
Volunteer Fire Department shows firefighters dousing
the flames at the Apalachicola State Bank Saturday

downward into the flames.
Watkins said his crews
used their two pumpers to
shoot water at the flames,
which steadily ignited the
building and then erupted
into a roaring blaze.
"It could have been a lot
worse," he said.
Terry DuBose, chair-
man of the board of Coastal
Community Bank, said the
company would reopen
this week at a temporary
location in Apalachicola a
few blocks away. One of 11
Coastal Community Bank
locations, the Apalachicola
branch employs about two
dozen staffers.
He said the fire affected
only office space and dam-
aged neither the vault nor
safety deposit boxes.

"They're fine," he said.
"It didn't get in that part of
the building."
DuBose, who got word
of the blaze on the morning
of his 61st birthday, said an
architect has begun assess-
ing plans to rebuild on the
site, which Coastal acquired
in 2002 when it bought the
former Apalachicola State
"There's nothing here
but a small inconvenience
to our employees and our
customers," he said. "But
if that wind would have got
up, it would have taken out a
whole city block.
"We're thankful," he said.
"Buildings can be replaced.
The Lord takes care of us.
We're going to rebuild newer
and nicer."

Mixon's record indicates
he has been involved in sev-
eral explosive incidents, one
of which was adjudicated
Nov 12 by Circuit Judge
James Hankinson.
In July 1992, he was ar-
rested for aggravated as-
sault, but that charge even-
tually was dropped.
On Aug. 31, Apalachicola
Sgt. Chet Turner arrested
him for public affray and two
counts of resisting arrest
with violence. On Nov. 12, he
was adjudicated guilty of af-
fray, ordered to pay $445 in
costs and sentenced to time
served, a day in jail.
Zack Craig, a bartender
at the Oasis, said Mixon has
been banned from the down-
town bar for the past two
He said before Mixon was
barred, it seemed that "every
time he left the bar he was
going outside to fight." Craig
said he witnessed Mixon pull
"some kind of a gun-look-
ing thing, it wasn't a water
gun" during an altercation
on Market Street. He said in
order to disarm him, the po-
lice Tasered Mixon because
"it was the only way to calm
him down."
On Saturday evening, Nov.
8, Mixon was sitting in a car
near the corner of Market
Street and Avenue D when a
wedding party emerged from
a nearby restaurant to send
the bride and groom off on
their honeymoon.
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the wedding party and, when
confronted by the father of
the bride, struck him in the
face and fled. On the same
evening, Mixon was involved
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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Apalachicola State Bank to rebuild historic structure

As Apalachicola State
Bank (ASB) officials assess
the damage and begin plan-
ning to rebuild the Apalachic-
ola branch office severely
damaged in a fiery vehicle
crash last week, bank offi-
cials say they'd like the re-
construction effort to end up
resembling the original his-
toric bank building that once
stood on the site.
"We want to make sure
we rebuild one of the state's
oldest financial institutions
with the respect befitting this
bank's history and tradition in
the community," said Coastal
Community Bank President
Terry DuBose. "We're talking
with architects and poring
over old pictures of the bank
building that stood on this
spot as far back as the 1800s.
We're going to try and incor-
porate as many of the historic
features of the original bank
building as we can and still be
a modern, efficient facility."
ASB is owned by Coastal
Community Bank, based in
Panama City, with 11 branch
offices throughout Franklin,
Gulf and Bay counties.
The crash injured the
driver, destroyed the truck
and demolished much of the
bank's office and conference
area. The bank vaults and
safety deposit boxes were not

PREFIRE BANK:_Apalachicola State Bank used to be called Capital City Bank, prior to 1900, and was located next to the Grady Market on Water
Street. That bank building, above, burned in the 1900 fire. At right, architects are studying this picture of the rebuilt building.

damaged. No customer files operations will resume in of Jessie Ball duPont, the

or valuables were damaged
or compromised.
Donnie Gay, ASB senior
vice president, said custom-
ers are being contacted to
come empty out their safety
deposit boxes. A free replace-
ment safety deposit box is
available to current custom-
ers at the Eastpoint branch
Loan operations for the
Apalachicola office have
been moved to a temporary
office in Apalachicola at 183
Ave. E (former Apalachicola
Mortgage location). Teller

Apalachicola next week when
a mobile office is set up in the
Apalachicola branch parking
lot. In the meantime, teller
operations are being handled
at the other branch offices
throughout the county.
Historic renovation is
nothing new to Coastal Com-
munity Bank. The Port St.
Joe branch is housed in the
historic "Chateau" building
in downtown Port St. Joe.
The building, purchased by
Coastal Community Bank in
2003, originally was built in
1939 as the local residence

widow of Alfred I. duPont
and sister of Ed Ball. Over
the years, the Chateau also
provided lodging for St. Joe
Paper Company executives.
In 1998, it was sold for a bed
and breakfast inn and later
was converted to the Coastal
Community Bank. Bank offi-
cials have maintained much
of the original character of
the building.
Coastal Community Bank
is also a historic preserva-
tion advocate in Bay County.
The 1907 Bank of St. Andrews
building in Bay County's

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downtown St. Andrews His-
toric District was purchased,
renovated and reopened as a
CCB branch office in 2007.
The Apalachicola historic
reconstruction effort is be-
ing lauded by local historic
enthusiasts and community
leaders alike.
"Apalachicola State Bank
has always been a commu-
nity leader with a special
interest in preserving his-
tory in this community," said
Apalachicola Historic Soci-
ety President Bill Spohrer.
"We're obviously saddened
and shocked by the building's
damage and loss but thrilled
with the prospects of the
bank's historic restoration ef-
Apalachicola Mayor Van
Johnson said he is pleased at

what the reconstruction ef-
fort could mean to the city.
"The effort on the bank's
part to restore one of the
city's oldest landmarks to its
1900 appeal not only demon-
strates their profound un-
derstanding of history, but it
also shows a deep commit-
ment toward preserving the
character of the Apalachicola
community," Johnson said.
Reconstruction plans are
still weeks away, DuBose
"A lot will depend on how
much we are able to salvage
of the building if any at all," he
said. "But we are committed
to rebuilding the structure in
a historically respectful man-
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to the tradition and history of
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Photos by DAVID ADLERSTEIN I The Times
TEAM UNITY: The Seahawks bow their heads in prayer prior to the start of Friday's game against Walton County. Top left, Homecoming queen Jamie Daniels places Miss Franklin
County High School tiara on the head of Alana Hutchins during halftime. In background, Last year's Mr. Franklin County High School Jeremiah Mercer, left, bequeaths the
crown to Jared Mock. Bottom left, Seahawks senior Tomilee Dowden, with grandfather Tommy Jack Massey, was among those honored at halftime. Bottom center, senior
quarter back Gene Anderson, playing in his last game, talks to coach Jimmy Johnson. Bottom right, senior Kevin Beasley stands with parents Peggy and Randy Beasley.

Seniors saluted as Seahawks close out season

By David Adlerstein
Times City Editor

The Walton High School
Braves secured a winning
season Friday night, and
Franklin County a winless
one, with the Braves easily
downing the Seahawks 54-6.
Their ranks thinned by
injuries and defections by
some older players, the
Seahawks fielded a young
team, mainly underclass-
men, who promise to be for-
midable in the years ahead.
Senior quarterback Gene
Anderson continued to di-
rect the offense, but his
backfield of sophomores
Adam Joseph, Dale Butler
and James Winfield, and
junior DJ Lane all showed
that they had the drive and
dedication to persevere de-
spite a tough season finale.
An interception by Se-
ahawk junior Dustin Putnal
in the first play from scrim-
mage got the Seahawks fans
on the feet in their brand

new stadium in Eastpoint,
but Braves senior Deron
Hogans followed with one
his own a few minutes later
and the tide rose with the
Braves from there on out.
Midway through the first
quarter, senior running back
Isaac Jackson ran it in from
8 yards out for the first score.
Freshman kicker Alex Brack
then nailed the first of his six
extra points on the night.
Senior Tarrell Bramlet
hit Jackson on an 18-yard
touchdown pass with 2:07
left in the quarter, and a 14-0
Braves lead.
Jackson rushed for a 23-
yard score a few minutes lat-
er, and Bramlet hit Hogans
on an 8-yard TD pass, for
two more touchdowns. The
half ended with a 50-yard TD
scramble from Bramlett to
make it 34-0.
Bramlet went 7-for-12 for
the game, for 83 yards, and
carried the ball four times
for 59 yards. Jackson carried
five times for 58 yards, with
Walton gaining 177 yards on

12 carries. Hogans caught
three passes for 39 yards.

Senior saluted at halftime
The halftime ceremo-
nies, before a small but en-
thusiastic crowd, featured a
salute to all the Seahawks
seniors. On hand to receive
accolades were Quanteka
Croom, accompanied by par-
ents Jeff and Cydell Lockley;
Jamie Leigh Daniels, and
parents Greg and Evie Dan-
iels; Gene Anderson, with
Charles Anderson; Tomilee
Dowden, with grandfather
Tommy Jack Massey; Jared
Mock, with parents Mike and
Debbie Mock; Steven Babb,
with parents Fred and Tina
Babb; Patricia Golden, with
mom Jackie Golden; Kevin
Beasley, with parents Peggy
and Randy Beasley; Brit-
tany Hunnings, with parents
Carol Duval and Gary Hun-
nings; and Ryanna Lockley,
with parents Raymond and
Barbara Lockley.

The halftime ceremony
closed with the crowning
of Mr. and Miss Franklin
County High School, Jared
Mock and Alana Hutchins.
Because last year's Miss
FCHS, De'Iara Prince, is
away at college, this year's
homecoming queen, Jamie
Daniels, performed the
honor of placing the tiara
on Hutchins' head. Last
year's Mr. FCHS, Jeremiah
Mercer, a student at Gulf
Coast Community College,
placed the crown on Mock's
The Seahawks got on the
board near the end of the
third quarter, with senior
quarterback Gene Ander-
son sneaking it in from 5
yards out. Sophomore Erix
Carranza's kick was no
good. The Seahawks are still
looking for their first ever
win at the new consolidated
Sophomore quarter-
back Liam Miller threw two
touchdown passes early in
the fourth quarter, hitting

Oops, we goofed

In last week's story, the
Times made a glaring er-
The story reported that
the Jay Royals defeated
Franklin County on Nov. 7
by the score of 33-0.
The fact is that was the
halftime score. We relied
on an incorrect source for
our information.
The real story is that in
the second half, Franklin
County played their hearts
out and scored three un-
answered touchdowns.
Junior D.J. Lane
scored on a run from six
yards out in the third
quarter, and sophomore

senior Jack Nowling on a
7-yard strike and the junior
D'von Campbell on an 8-
yard hook-up.
Freshman Conona Tar-

Erix Carranza hit the ex-
tra point to make it 33-7.
Sophomore James
Winfield had a 70-yard
touchdown pass reception
from senior Quarterback
Gene Anderson in the
fourth quarter, but the ex-
tra point was blocked, to
make it 33-13.
Winfield scored his
second touchdown on the
night with a 15-yard pass
reception, and Carranza
kicked the extra point, to
make it 33-20.
The Times apologizes
to the entire team and to
all Seahawks fans for the

rant wrapped up the Braves
scoring when he scooped
up an errant fumble at the
Seahawks' 35-yard line and
ran it in for the score.

Middle school Seahawks top Wewa in 20T

The Franklin County Se-
ahawks middle school boys
basketball team beat We-
wahitchka 48-42 in double
overtime at home Monday to
stay in second place in the
Middle School Panhandle

The record of Coach Mike
Todd's squad moved to 4-2.
Scorers for the Wewa game
were Skylar Hutchinson with
13 points, Roy Williams with
10, Zach Howze with four,

Leonard Green with 19, and
Jamie Golden with two
Others on the team are
David Butler, Tyler Rowell,
and Teran Allen.
The team plays at Tolar on
Tuesday, Nov 18.

This Week with the Seahawks

Thursday, Nov. 20
Boys Varsity Basketball at Sneads. Pre-season game vs. Altha. Tipoff at 6 p.m. EST.
Girls Varsity Basketball away against Wakulla, tip-off at 5:30 p.m.
ABC School Middle School Boys Basketball at home against Hosford, tipoff at
4 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 25
Varsity and Junior Varsity Boys Basketball. At home vs. Panama City Mosley. JV tipoff
at 6 p.m.; varsity at 7:30 p.m.

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A1 0 I The Times

Gulf-Franklin Center hosts ceremony

for ESOL program graduates

Castillo displays the picture
dictionary she received as
a reward for completing
a level of study at the
Gulf-Franklin graduation

By Lois Swoboda
Times Staff Writer

On Nov. 10, Gulf-Frank-
lin Center proudly hosted a
graduation ceremony for a
group of special students.
Six students of English as a
Second Language (ESOL)
received certificates for com-
pleting 72 hours of study.
Honored were Beatriz
Castillo, Mirian Barahoma,
Maria Torres, all of Apala-
chicola, and Oscar Aguilar,
Guillermo Mendez and Isa-
bel Morales, all of Port St.

Joe. Three students, Cas-
tillo, Mendez and Morales,
moved up a level, completing
their entire textbook. "These
people have done exception-
ally well moving up a whole
level," said instructor Nancy
Montanez. "What they have
completed in eight weeks
takes some people a year."
Eric Bidwell, coordinator for
Gulf Coast's ESOL program,
was on hand for the gradu-
ation. He said that ESOL is
seeking to expand. "Our only
issue is attendance. We are
trying for 15 students next
term. We have the funding if

we can only get the students.
We will now have classes both
at the Gulf Franklin Campus
and at St. Patrick's Catholic
Church in Apalachicola," he
said. "Please come back," he
told the graduates. "This is
my hometown and I want this
class to be successful."
He said the class and text-
books are free of charge and
anyone can attend. Three-
hour classes are held three
times a week for eight weeks.
Class spokesperson Castillo
offered gratitude to Bidwell
and Montanez. "Thank you
very much for the opportu-
nity. I hope I will be here next
year too." After diplomas
were awarded, the students
sat down to a feast prepared
by the class, their friends and
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Seis estudiantes de Ingles

recibieron certificados

Translated by Sister Mary Alice

Lunes, 10 de Noviem-
bre, Gulf-Franklin Cen-
ter graduo un grupo de
estudiantes especiales.
Seis estudiantes de Ingles
(ESOL) recibieron certifi-
cados por cumplir 72 horas
de studios.
Los quo recibieron hon-
ores eran Beatriz Castillo,
Miarian Barahoma, Maria
Torres de Apalachicola, y
Oscar Aguilar, Guillermo
Mendez y Isabela Morales
de Port St. Joe.
TrLes estudiantes, Cas-
tillo, Mendez, Morales
progresaron una nivel por
cumplir sus textos.
"Estas personas hicier-
on progress excepcional,"
dijo su maestro Nancy
Montanez, "cumplieron
en ocho semansa material
quo muchos estudiantes
cumplen en uno ano."
Eric Bidwell, coordina-
tor del program de ESOL,
estuvo present por eesta
graducacion. Dijo que el

program ya tiene bas-
tante recursos y puede
"El problema es asis-
tencia. Estamos tratando
tener 15 estudiantes el
proxima semester. Ten-
emos los fondos.
Tenemos classes ahora
en Gulf Franklin y en el
Centro de San Patricio en
Apalachicola. Por favor, re-
gresen," les dijo a los estu-
diantes graduados.
Las classes y los libros
son gratis y cualquier per-
sonal puede asistir.
Clases de res horas se
reunen tres dial por sema-
na por ocho semanas.
Beatriz Castillo hablo
por sus campaneros. "Gra-
cias por las oportunidad.
Espero estar aqui el ano
que entra."
Despues de recibir sus
certificados, todos, dis-
frutaron una comoda pre-
parada por los estudiantes,
sus amigos y su maestro.
Se sirvieron comida tip-
ica de Mexico, El Salvador
y Guatemala.

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Project Riverway South offers ways to revitalize

the look and feel of downtown Apalachicola

ON THE '- '
This option for what is
now Veterans Park includes
vertical gardens and raised plcir-lers
with seating wJals. Unique t.::: is d- es r
is a rectangular fountain, which bcIl ces o l I h-e
Christmas Tree. The space is gernerdiy very .pern, miir,-
taining the loose feel of the park. The simple rectangular
forms mimic the overall shape of the site; their relationship
to each other, floating in the park, is reminiscent of boats on
the water.

After months of
creative analysis,
the University of
Georgia's Project Riv-
erway South earlier this month
unveiled a 60-page report that
promises a bushel full of ideas for
revitalizing the look and feel of
downtown Apalachicola.
Funded with a $15,000 alloca-
tion from the city, the project's
team of college students, led by
Danny Bivins and Leigh Askew,
came to town for three days in
June and visited spots all through-
out downtown, taking walking
tours led by representatives of the
chamber of commerce, the city
and interested organizations.
They met with citizens who
provided their own pet ideas and
they visited with city officials.
They sketched and they jotted
and they listened and they ab-
They came down from the
University of Georgia's Fanning
Institute as well as School of
Environmental Design, Odum
School of Ecology, the Center for
Community Design and Pres-
ervation and the Grady College
of Journalism and Mass Com-
"These partnerships dis-
cover ways to revitalize
this region economi-
cally through its largest
asset, the river," the /
project's backers said.
"The solutions formulated /
by students during the ser-
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the area with real,
implementable tools and
products. Communities
receive work they oth-
erwise could not afford
and students obtain real-
world experience that positively
impacts communities in need."
The project focuses on eco-
nomic development, including
affordable housing, downtown
redevelopment and community
For the past two years, Project
Riverway has studied the Up-
per Chattahoochee River, from
Columbus to Eufaula and Fort
Gaines, and this year studied the
communities of the lower portion,
from Chattahoochee to Apala-
Apalachicola City Administra-
tor Betty Webb said the next step
is going to get citizens involved
and to decide which ideas the city
wants to pursue.
"This is a first step in a vision-
ing process," she said. "It's an
important steppingstone in Apala-
chicola's future."
The Riverway designs have
been on display both at the Apala-
chicola Museum of Art
and City Hall.
// The full report is
/available to the public
on CD by contacting
City Hall. Or it can be
S downloaded by going to
For more information,
call Cindi Giametta at

Photos by DAVID ADLERSTEIN I i1. I....

GROUP EFFORT: Students and faculty from Project Riverway
sailed the bay in June with the Apalachicola Maritime
Museum as part of their exploration of Apalachicola.

CIRCLE IN SQUARE: The .pi.::. r, :::.f
the "Circle in the Sc,_,ire ici:kes
the defined edge of Criy -.c'1cre,
across from Chestr.,ui Cenelery,
but allows more flexibility. By
establishing auto circulation in a
circle, the corners buffering the
adjacent residential areas.

HELPING HAND: Jan Thomas, left, was among the citizens
who took an active part in sharing ideas in June with the
students from Project Riverway South.




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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Odd Couple opens

Friday at Dixie

Neil Simon's female version of the long-running Broadway com-
edy "The Odd Couple" will open Friday night at the Dixie Theatre, but at
an earlier hour than typical. Curtain times for all evening performances
will be at 7:30 p.m.; box office opens at 7 p.m.
In photo at left, Panhandle Players Adele Hungerford, standing,
and from left, seated, Royce Rolstad, Margy Oehlert, and Henry Kozlowsky
rehearse one of the more emotional moments in the show. Performances
will be Friday and Saturday Nov 21 and 22, at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, Nov. 23
matinee at 3 p.m. Tickets are $12 at the door, or call 670-8200.

Mark Russell

Makenzie Shuman turns 8

Makenzie Grace Shuman turned 8 years old on Wednesday, Oct. 22,
2008. She is the daughter of Kevin and Chrystal Shuman.
Maternal grandparents are Randy and Linnie Hightower, and Eddie
A. and Carol Moore. Paternal grandparents are Don and Jeri Turner, and
Blake and JoAnne Thomason.
Maternal great-grandparents are Lena and the late Melton Mathis, and
Charles and Mazzie Moore.
Makenzie also won first place overall out of second and third graders at
Franklin County School for her "Say No To Drugs" essay.
We love you and are very proud of you Makenzie.
Mama, Daddy and Sydney Reese

Rico, a 1-year-old lab mix, arrived at the
Adoption Center a month ago.
He is a precious, playful boy who loves
to go for walks. Rico is current on his shots,
is on heartworm prevention and has been
Call Kam at 670-8417 for more details or
visit the Franklin County Humane Society at
244 State Route 65 in Eastpoint. You may log
onto the website at to
see more of our adoptable pets.
Remember, when you adopt a friend for
life, you not only save the life of that pet, you
make room for us to save the life of one more
abandoned dog or cat!
We also need donations of bleach, paper
towels, laundry soap, dog toys and treats, cat
litter and cat toys. Anything you can give will
be greatly appreciated.

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Island quilters stitch on

"the wild side"

The St. George Island Quil-
ters make one original, handmade quilt
a year to benefit the St. George Island
Volunteer Fire Department and First
Responders. This year's quilt," On The
Wild Side, was designed by Eunice
Hartman and featured various wild

creatures found on St. George. In pho-
to above, Glen Siler presents the 2008
quilt to the winner, Martha Rose Dich-
man, right, of Tallahassee. Dichman's
name was pulled from raffle entries at
the Florida Seafood Festival. Photo by
Manley Siler.

Congratulations, Kylee Smith

Congratulations to
Kylee Grace Smith,
daughter of Jessica
She participated in
the recent pageants
and her mom is proud
to announce that
Kylee has won Ms.
Franklin County (3-4
year-old division), Ms.
Forgotten Coast (3-4
year-old division), and
Ms. Franklin County
Sportswear (3-4 year-
old division).

Bentley Herndon turns 3

Bentley Hunter Herndon celebrat-
ed his third birthday on Saturday, Nov.
15, 2008.
He is the son of Brandy Braswell, of
Eastpoint, and Michael Braswell.
Maternal grandparents are Sherry
and Bubba Thompson, of Carrabelle,

and Steve Herndon, of Eastpoint.
Maternal great-grandparents are
Barbara and Ellis Camp, of Carra-
Paternal great-grandparents are
the late ED. and Virgie Herndon, of
Moultrie, GA.

It's a girl, Lillie Grace!

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violinist to

open uIlse

Newell series

Australian-born violinist Mark
Russell will open the 2008-09 Ilse
Newell Fund for the Performing
Arts concert series on Sunday, Nov.
The first of the season's eight
concerts will begin at 4 p.m. and will
be held in the sanctuary of Trinity
Episcopal Church in Apalachicola.
The concert series is sponsored
by the not-for-profit Apalachicola
Area Historical Society, which is
dedicated to preserving and shar-
ing the rich history of Apalachicola
and its surrounding area.
The concert series continues
with the Community Christmas
program on Dec. 14, anchored by
the Bay Area Choral Society; the
Trio Internazionale featuring Mar-
tha and Luciano Gherardi, and
Bedford Watkins, on Jan. 11; and
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
harpists Mary Brigid Roman and
Jamie Gossett on Jan. 23.
In 2009, vocalist Jill Anna Po-
nasik will perform Feb. 8, with the
Bay Area Choral Society performing
March 8, and the McLain, Watkins
and Eckstine families on March 29.
The series will close with an April
26 concert in Lafayette park, featur-
ing the Orange Avenue Pan Groove
This Sunday's concert will fea-
ture violinist, composer, and teach-
er Mark Russell, who began study-
ing violin at the Victorian College
of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia.
In his late teens, he became inter-
ested in Jazz, Blues and traditional
music from Ireland and Australia.
Joining The Sundowners in 1983, he
toured around the world and began
to incorporate musical styles from
India, China, and Indonesia into his
compositions and improvisations.
He performed in front of stadium
crowds with the Sundowners dur-
ing a three-month tour as opening
act for Dire Straits in 1986.
Meanwhile, his interest in Jazz
and Blues grew through direct con-
tact with artists such as Stephane
Grappelli and Brownie McGhee.
In 1991 he left the Sundowners and
moved to Paris, where he contin-
ued to explore diverse venues for
violin performance in theater and
clubs. Moving to America in 1994,
he formed the groups Paris Match,
and Ekyo, recording CDs with both.
He was a featured artist with
the Phat Cat, a Soul/R&B group,
whose touring included The House
of Blues in New Orleans and in
Chicago, Capitol Jazz Festival in
Washington D.C., and The Tom
Joyner Fantastic Voyage. His Phat
Cat backed performance of Ain't No
Sunshine was an R&B hit in 2000
and was recently included on the
Atlantic records compilation Rare
Increasingly involved with stu-
dio work, performance art, and film
music, Russell in 1999 produced a
CD of unaccompanied solo impro-
visations, and with Ekyo, Earth
Music a CD of compositions and im-
provisations for violin, didgeridoo
and percussion. In 2001 he was in-
vited to perform at the Max-Planck-
Institut in Bonn, Germany, and at
the Centre International de Ren-
contres Math6matiques in Luminy,
France. For these performances he
conceived an ongoing project to ex-
press the process of mathematical
discovery through music, and plans
to produce a CD based on this con-
cept. Also that year he appeared
with mime theater group Odoroka
in a special performance for the
delegates of the U.N. International
Conference for the Environment in
Bonn, Germany.
He recorded music for the Vic-
tor Nunez film Coastlines, shot in
Franklin County, and composed and
performed music for the short film
Reflections produced by Danish
artist Mikkel Urup.

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Thursday, November 20, 2008

A Return to


After several years of leaving an
indelible mark on the city of Apala-
chicola, in good deeds more than
one, Susan Turner will return to her
old home of Nashville, Tennessee.
We'd like to thank her for her
great concern in known and untold
endeavors in assisting the area's
many homeless felines and canines.
We'd also like to thank her, and all the
folks of the Dixie Theatre, for bring-
ing Nashville's
country music
and songwriters
here in engag-
ing semi-annual

r, sure Susan will
spend some of
her time here,
too; we'd miss
her too much if
SUSAN TURNER she didn't!
Remy and Hollie Stott
Michaelin Reamy Watts and
Dave Watts

The following is a poem in her
honor, written by Melicent:

On this raw day of demolition,
Half the block speaks of the un-
Haunting vision of change.

But still the Dixie
With a new and colorful face
Projects its solid venue.

In this great old hall,
First you came,
With country on your mind
And the entourage to prove it.

The unaffected natural,
The lady of Nashville now
Mixed with honky-tonk and get
Blues in the belly
And laughter on her mind -
Skirt kicking' and blowing' in the

Your legacy clear and depthful -
In time some of us will drift
away, too.
Meanwhile, cats and dogs hold
Hoedown honeymoons in toast to
Hats off and tails wagging!
You've touched so many of their
And ours.

Come back when the sky is clear,
The sun glowing, and water flow-
Dance on the beach once again.
We'll be waiting, Gal,
So many of us with arms open -
And bring those country friends!

Now kick your heels and make
Hit the road,
And let the wind blow.

Your mark is here,
Indelible and clear:
On the river, in the sand,
As the goddess voice
Of dogs and cats on the land.

Shouting justice in the hall,
Or in a show offun,
After a whole week's work is
A good chapter made
This time well meant,
And well spent.

H. Melicent Riemy

First Pentecostal Church
hosts homecoming Sunday
First Pentecostal Holiness
Church in Apalachicola is having
"Homecoming" on Sunday, Nov. 23.
Service starts at 11 a.m. at the
church, located at 379 Brownsville
Covered dish lunch will be after
the service. Everyone is invited.
Special speaker to be announced.
For more information, call 653-



A HANDMADE GEM: This handmade nativity scene, created by
Rita and Fred Sawyer, was on sale at the First United Methodist
Holiday Bazaar Saturday. Event coordinator Rita Sawyer said
that this year's fete was a great success, with shoppers picking
up bargains on splendid holiday decor, baked goods and gently
used yard sale items. Over 100 lunches were served, and about
$4,500 was raised, to be used to fund youth programs and pay
for building maintenance and repairs. "We appreciate all of the
support from the community," she said. Tickets may be purchased
by calling Missy Miller at 927-2088 or 653-9530.

Activities abound in

Lanark Village

Have you been to the Le-
gion on Friday nights yet?
What a deal! Very good ham-
burgers and fries with all the
garnish. You really ought to
try them. Also, Wednesday
and Saturday is pizza night
and also the Saturday night
dinners. Yum yum! All serv- LANAR
ing starts at 5 p.m. Come on Jim'
down! Enjoy the delicious
food, shoot some pool, play
shuffleboard, bar bingo, or just enjoy
your favorite beverage, and visit with
your friends.
Well, if you didn't enjoy last Satur-
day at the Fall Festival, it's your own
fault. We had a nice crowd, despite
the weather. Thank you for your sup-
port and for the help, and the band.
Did you happen to notice the new
bulletin boards outside the hall while
you were at the festival? I came
across them one day and Barbara
Lasher and I carried them back to
the hall. J.R. Quaas and his father-in-
law, Gary Mueller, took down the old
ones. They are on the wall of the post
office now. J.R. and Gary remounted
the new bulletin boards outside the
Please refrain from putting no-


tices on the windows at the
post office and use the boards
Thank you and thanks to
J.R. and Gary.
Don't forget the lunch at
the Senior Center this after-
noon. It will be our annual
Thanksgiving dinner, dedi-
cated to the memory of Julia

Mae Putnal. Serving begins
at noon. See ya there.
We still have breakfast every day
except Thursday, Saturday, and Sun-
day. We still need volunteers in the
There will be Bingo for the Bus
at Chillas Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 26,
starting at 6:30 p.m. Put that turkey
in the oven, and come join the fun.
Who knows? You might win a game
or two!
If you see Herb and Joyce Napora
out and about, wish them a Happy
25th. Their anniversary is Nov. 26.
They are looking forward to their
50th. Hang in there, you two!
Be kind to one another and check
in on the sick and housebound.
Until next time. God bless Amer-
ica, our troops, the poor, homeless,
and hungry.

Sign-up for county

Christmas Toy Connection

ends Dec. 1

In the past, the Catholic Sisters at
the Martin House have coordinated
the "Franklin County Christmas Toy
Connection" which includes all of
Franklin County.
This is a project they established
to secure and distribute toys at
Christmas to children who would not
otherwise have a Christmas. Last
year, they provided toys to approx-
imately 225 children age birth to 13
This year, a committee, spon-
sored by St. Patrick's Catholic
Church, the First United Methodist
Churches (Apalachicola, Eastpoint,
St. George Island) and Trinity Epis-
copal Church, has been established
to assist in this effort.
Trinity's Kay Wheeler is the chair-
Distribution of toys will occur
at the Armory in Apalachicola on
Thursday, Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. until
4 p.m. and on Friday, Dec. 12 from 9to
11 a.m.
All families signing up for the

Franklin County Christmas Toy Con-
nection must sign up at either the
Apalachicola or Carrabelle Health
Department by MONDAY, DEC. 1.
For more info, call 653-9550.
The information below is needed
to determine the eligibility of the
household to receive age appropri-
ate toys and clothes for children
through the Christmas Toy Connec-
tion. Families must provide the fol-
lowing information at sign-up:
1. Photo I.D.
2. Current address and phone
3. Social Security number
4. Proof of food stamps
5. Proof of ALL household in-
6. Number of people in household
7. Number of children in house-
hold- (include child's age, sex, cloth-
ing/shoe sizes)
8. First and last name of each
child in the family household
9. The child's date of birth, age,
child's clothing sizes.

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Betty Varn
Betty Jean Davenport Varn, 87, of Tallahassee, died grace-
fully Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008.
She attended Florida State College for Women and fin-
ished her education at the University of Missouri, where she
received a bachelor's of arts in creative writing in 1948.
Following her graduation, she returned to Panama City
to work at Tyndall Field. Before coming to Tallahassee in
1954, she was charter president of the Junior Woman's Club
of Panama City when it was organized in 1942 and served two
terms as president.
She is survived by her loving husband of 59 years, Wilfred
C. Varn; one daughter, Mary Pat (Paul) Moore; two sons,
Fred (Gena) Varn and George (Sandi) Varn; and 13 grand-
Services were held Nov. 14 at Saint John's Episcopal
Church with private internment at Roselawn Cemetery. Ar-
rangements by Cully's MeadowWood Fineral Home-Riggins
Road Chapel.

Raymond Mathis Memorial Service
Memorial services for Raymond Mathis, born Sept. 28,
1957 and died Nov. 7, 2008, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday,
Nov. 22, 2008, at the Highland Park Community Church in
Brother Ray Creamer and Brother Don Banta will be of-

Card of Thanks

Apalachicola State Bank
I wish to express our sincere thanks to the members of
the community that showed such kindness during our recent
A special thanks to Betty Webb and the City of Apalachic-
ola, Ginger Creamer and all of the First Responders, and the
Volunteer Fire Departments of Apalachicola, Eastpoint, Car-
rabelle and St. George Island.
We are blessed to have such a wonderful group of volun-
teers in our community.
Also, a special thanks to the City Police Department who
responded within three minutes of the call.
Thanks to the local downtown businesses that loaned us
their bathrooms, cooked for us and showed such extreme
We especially wish to thank Beverly Hewitt, Jerry Hall,
Kim Lewis, Danny and Marisa Itzkovitz, Amanda Kollar, Joe
Taylor and the many, many others who provided support.
To our Coastal Community Family, who pulled together
from Carrabelle to Panama City Beach to help thank you!

I've always known how wonderful the spirit of community
is throughout Franklin County; but the love and support that
this community has displayed to our bank over the last few
days is overwhelming.

Donnie Gay
Sr. Vice President
Apalachicola State Bank


EST. 1836
Hwy. 98 & 6th St.
SUNDAY: 8:00 AM 10:30 AM
SUNDAY 12:00 -2:00 PM
MONDAY 11:00 AM 1:00 PM
WEDNESDAY 12:00 2:00 PM
THURSDAY 3:30 5:30 PM

r St. Patrick Catholic Church
Ave. "C" & 6th St. Apalachicola, FL 32329
(850) 653-9453 Email:

SA TUR D A Y .............................................. 5 PM
SU N D A Y ............................................. 10 AM
SUNDAY SPANISH MASS ............................ . 5 PM
TUESDAY FRIDAY . . . . . . . . . 8:30 AM

I The United Methodist Churches
of Franklin County Welcome You

First United Methodist Church of Apalachicola
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. every Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
75 5th St. Apalachicola 653-9530
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 Friday of each month
102 NE Ave. B Carrabelle 697-3672
Pastor: Julie Stephens
Eastpoint United Methodist Church
Worship Service 10:00 a.m. every Sunday
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. (comer of David St.) 670-8825
Pastor: Rev. Beth White
St. George Island United Methodist Church
9:00 a.m. Worship Service
10:00 a.m. Fellowship Hour
201 E. Gulf Beach Dr. 927- 4635
Pastor: Rev. Themo Patriotis



of the
101 NE First Street
10:00 AM

First Pentecostal Holiness Church
379 Brownsville Road Apalachicola

Sunday School 9:45 am
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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The library staff and volunteers of the Frank-
lin County Public library welcome back our win-
ter visitors, who during the winter provide the
library with their patronage and donations of
books when they return home.
Our shelves are once again filled with new
editions, DVDs, and audio books. Large print
books are available and more are arriving ev-

ery week. The CD audio book collection has
expanded to include the latest from James Lee
Burke, W.E.B. Griffin, and Southern author
Anne Rivers Siddon. If you're taking a day trip
to Panama City or Tallahassee, audio books
make the trip seem shorter.
The library will be closed for the Thanksgiv-
ing Holiday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Nov 27-29. For more information about the li-
brary and its collections contact the Carrabelle
Branch at 697-2366 or in Eastpoint at 670-8151.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

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Purpose and Effect: The Franklin County School Board proposes to update
and adopt policies, as provided in the Administrative Procedures Act for the
purpose of maintaining compliance with Florida Statutes and State Board
of Education Rules.

Summary: The following is a brief description of the proposed changes:

Franklin County School District School Board Policy Manual,
Including Bullying and Harassment Policy # 5.321*.

Statutory Authority: Section 1001.41, Florida Statutes

These proposed rules will be considered by the Franklin County School
Board at a meeting publicly advertised and held in the School Board
meeting room in Apalachicola, Florida no earlier than 28 days after the
original date of this notice.

Policies may be reviewed during the period of November 05, 2008 through
December 03, 2008 at the Franklin County School Board Office, 155
Avenue E, Apalachicola, Florida during the hours of 8:00 AM until 4:00
PM, Monday Friday.


The Franklin County Board of County Commissioneres will hold a public
hearing, pursuant to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes, to consider the
adopting proposed changes to the Franklin County Comprehensive Plan
Future Land Use map series for:

A Small Scale Land Use Change as provided in F.S. 420.615, which allows
a density bonus associated with the donation of land for affordable housing.
Property being considered is approximately 360.95 acres in Section 19, 30
Township 7 South, Range 7 West, Franklin, as shown on the attached map,
to be changed from Agricultural to Residential.

A public hearing on the proposed changes to the Future Land Use Map
series will be held on Tuesday, December 2, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., in the
County Commission meeting room of the Franklin County Courthouse
Annex in Apalachicola. More information can be obtained and the proposed
change may be inspected at the Franklin County Planning Department, 34
Forbes Street, Suite #1, Apalachicola, Flordia, telephone (850) 653-9783.

Persons wishing to comment may do so in person at the public hearing
or in writing to the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners, 33
Market Street, Suite 203, Apalachicola, Florida 32320. Transactions on this
public hearing will not be recorded. Persons wishing to appeal any action
resulting from the hearing should make the necessary arrangements to
assure that a verbatim record is made, including testimony and evidence,
if any, upon which the appeal is to be based.

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Before. Do I look like a porcupine? After. The new me! Notice the diamond

Susan McClendon wrote this about her
dog Baby, a rescue adopted from the local
shelter that has brought great joy into the
McClendon's lives.
I was working the St. George Light-
house booth at the Oyster Spat Festival
two years ago. At the time I had a healthy,
wonderful baby dog that was the heart
of both my husband and me. The people
working the Franklin County shelter booth
were doing a fabulous job of socializing the
dogs they had at their booth. One of the
volunteers brought this short, scraggly,
adorable dog by our booth and she imme-

diately appointed me to be her new Mama
(the dog that is). She looked into my eyes
and said "You're it"
Shortly after, my wonderful, precious
Love died from what we believe to be dog
food associated problems. That short,
scraggly, adorable dog was still waiting
for us at the shelter. She came home with
us and has filled a giant hole in our hearts.
Today, she is every bit as much a part of
our family and makes every single day bet-
ter! She never lets us fuss, be lonely or
unentertained and she knows she made a
good choice too. Let this happen to you!

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The Franklin County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt
the following by ordinance: An Ordinance Rezoning the following Tracts
of Land in Franklin County:

360.95 acres in Section 19, 30, Township 7 South, Range 7 West, Franklin
County, Florida, as shown on the attached map, to be changed from A-2
Agricultural to R-3 Single Family Estate Residential.

A public hearing on the proposed changes will be held on Tuesday,
December 2, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., in the County Commission meeting
room of the Franklin County Courthouse Annex in Apalachicola. More
information can be obtained and the proposed change may be inspected
at the Franklin County Planning Department, 34 Forbes Street, Suite #1,
Apalachicola, Florida, telephone (850) 653-9783.

Persons wishing to comment may do so in person at the public hearing
or in writing to the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners, 33
Market Street, Suite 203, Apalachicola, Florida 32320. Transactions of this
public hearing will not be recorded. Persons wishing to appeal any action
resulting from this hearing should make the necessary arrangements to
assure that a verbatim record is made, including testimony and evidence,
if any, upon which the appeal is to be based.



Thursday, November 20, 2008


The Times | B5

Flemings find trumpeter father at WW II museum

A group shot of the 337th Regimental Army Services Band, taken in the 1 940s at Camp Gordon Johnston.

Thomas Fleming, Jr. and his broth-
er Raoul from Philadelphia, PA were
in visiting their aunt, Grace O'Neal, in
Apalachicola last month and had heard
about the Camp Gordon Johnston Mu-
seum in Carrabelle. They had been
looking forward for some time to vis-
iting the museum because they knew
their father, Thomas Fleming, Sr., had
served at the camp as a musician.
Upon entering the museum they
spotted a photo and description of the
337th Regimental Army Services Band
posed outside one of the barracks. Upon
close examination Raoul exclaimed:
"There's Dad!" Thomas took a closer
look and excitedly agreed. Proudly
holding his trumpet in the second row
was a young Thomas Fleming, Sr.
While visiting Apalachicola, Thom-
as met, courted and married Grace's
sister and, after his discharge, took
her home to Philadelphia. Thomas

went on to play with the big bands dur-
ing the 1940's including the renowned
Count Basie Orchestra. Growing up in
the Fleming household, the two Flem-
ing boys got to meet many top musi-
cians who came to visit and stay at
their house. Notably, one of these was
jazz trumpeter "Dizzy" Gillespie, but
also many musicians from the Duke
Ellington orchestra. On one occasion
they also met bandleader Count Basie
Their aunt is a member of St.
Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in
Apalachicola and is a precious fountain
of historical knowledge of events and
families of Franklin County. Museum
volunteers were as excited in meet-
ing her as they were her two nephews.
O'Neal also remembered that the band
would come to Apalachicola and per-
form at the USO club there. She also
remembered being taken on rides in

Thomas Fleming, Sr.

the DUKWs that were piloted by Afri-
can-American soldiers training at the

Nov. 11
Shayla L. Gay, 28, Apala-
chicola, arrested for viola-
tion of probation (FCSO).
Gerald V Ramirez, 22,
Apal achicola, arrested
for no valid drivers license

Nov. 15
Jose Carlos Baraona,
27, Apalachicola, arrested
for no valid drivers license,
leaving the scene of a crash
with damage, DUI and re-
fusal to submit to breath
test (APD).
Richard W. Wynn, 28, Pan-
ama City, arrested for viola-
tion of probation (FCSO).
Marcos Francisco, 20,

Apalachicola, arrested
for disorderly intoxication

Nov. 16
Amanda C. Topham, 27,
Eastpoint, arrested for do-
mestic battery and resist-
ing arrest without violence

Nov. 17
Preston W. Smith, 28,
Carrabelle, arrested for
withholding child support
Andrea R. Sorenson, 42,
Eastpoint, arrested for sale
of a prescription drug and
sale of a controlled sub-
stance (FCSO).

Check it

Bev Hewitt, above, co-
owner of the Apalachicola
Seafood Grill at Market
Street and Avenue E in
Apalachicola, flashes a
handful of building check
tickets at this month's city
commission meeting. At
last month's meeting Hewitt
voiced concerns about an
overnight break-in to the
restaurant that hadn't been
detected by police before
employees came in the fol-
lowing morning to open.
Since then, Apalachicola
police have stepped up
their traditional practice
of monitoring of downtown
buildings, leaving slips that
indicate when the premises
were checked and by which


Special FWC detail for hunting season

Officers from the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion's Division of Law Enforce-
ment policed the opening of
small game season earlier this
On Nov 7 through 9, Officers
Woody Cook, Steven Cook, TYa-
vis Huckeba, Don Walker, John
Allen, Chasen Yarborough, and
Lt. Charlie Wood conducted
a special detail to coincide
with the opening weekend of
small game season in Franklin
County. Officers patrolled the
Apalachicola, Ochlockonee, and
Crooked Rivers and their tribu-
Education and enforce-
ment attention was directed
toward boating under the influ-
ence of alcohol, vessel safety
equipment, vessel navigational
lights, vessel overloading, hunt-
ing licenses, management area
permits, and bag limits for
small game. During the detail,
57 vessels were boarded and

128 users were inspected.
The inspections produced
three uniform boating cita-
tions for insufficient number of
personal flotation devices and
improper navigational lights
and nine written warnings for
various boating safety equip-
mentviolations. The inspections
also produced two resource
citations for no valid resident
hunting license, no valid resi-
dent freshwater fishing license,
and one written warning for
possession of undersized fish.
On Nov 10, Officers Mike
Slotin and Faris Livesay con-
ducted inspections of com-
mercial oyster harvesters and
their vessels in Apalachicola
Bay. The officers boarded seven
vessels inspecting vessel safety
equipment, saltwater product
licenses and size tolerance on
the harvested oysters.
One resource citation was
issued to a harvester for pos-
session of undersized oysters.

The bag of oysters inspected
contained over 38 percent un-
dersized oysters. Nine written
warnings were also issued to
other harvesters for violations
pertaining to vessel safety
On Nov. 8, Officer Benjamin
Johnson was patrolling the
Bradwell Unit of the Wildlife
Management Area in Liberty
County when he stopped two
hunters in a pickup truck. John-
son checked the two subjects
and asked them if they had any
luck, and they replied, "No."
He asked them to open the
tonneau cover of the truck so
it could be inspected for wild-
life. The driver said "Might as
well get me now, because I've
messed up."
Johnson found one spike
buck taken with a shotgun dur-
ing archery season. Proper ci-
tations were issued. Buckshot,
two shotguns and the deer were
taken as evidence.

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6B The Times Thursday, November 20, 2008

Franklin County's source of news for more than a century

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COASTAL INVESTMENTS, Page(s) 32, of the Public serve a copy of your writ- is the Plaintiff and Karen GIVEN that, pursuant to a LENDER; UNKNOWN
LLC; MARK W. Begin at the intersection of Records of Franklin ten defenses, if any, to it Beth Millender, Tenant #1 Final Judgmentof Foreclo- SPOUSE OF BETTY J.
FRIEDMAN; HEATHER the East boundary of the County, Florida on GARVIN B. BOWDEN, n/k/a Nickl Kilby. Tenant sure dated the 27th day of TAYLOR; UNKNOWN
FRIEDMAN; CARABELLE Northwest quarter of the the plaintiffs attorney, #2 n/k/a Robert Beldin, October, 2008 in the SPOUSE OF DANNY E.
PROPERTIES, LTD; ST. Southwest quarter of Sec- Lot 53 of WHISPERING whose address is Gardner, are defendants, I will sell to above-styled cause, I will HOLTON; UNKNOWN
ANNOiUNCEMENTS JAMES BAY PROPERTY tlon 31, Township 8 South, PINES SUBDIVISION, Bist, Wiener, Wadsworth & the highest bidder for cash sell to the highest and best SPOUSE OF KAREN BETH
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, Range 6 West, Franklin PHASES 3 & 4, according Bowden, PA., 1300 Thom- in/on, Franklin County, bidder for cash at the MILLENDER; JOHN DOE;
110- Legas ifAdver tising INC., UNKNOWN County, Florida with the to the Plat thereof as re- aswood Drive, Tallahas- Florida at on the 11th day Franklin County Court- JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
1120- Public Notices/ TENANT(S) I; UNKNOWN Northerly right-of-way corded in Plat Book 7, see, Florida 32308, within of December, 2008, the house, 33 Market Street, TENANT(S) IN POSSES-
Announcements TENANT(S) II; UNKNOWN boundary of State Road Page(s) 32, of the Public 30 days of first publication, following described prop- Suite 203, Apalachicola, SION OF THE SUBJECT
1130- Adoptions TENANT(S) III; and UN- No. S-65. From said Records of Franklin and file the original with erty as set forth in said Fi- FL 32320, at 11:00 a.m. on PROPERTY Defendants,
1140 Happy Ads KNOWN TENANT(S) IV; POINT OF BEGINNING County, Florida the clerk of this court either nal Judgment of Foreclo- the 4th day of December,
1150- Personals Defendants. run South 55 degrees 22 before service on the sure: 2008, the following de- CASE NO.:
1160- Lost minutes 00 seconds West Lot 54 of WHISPERING plaintiff's attorney or im- scribed property: 19-2008-CA-0221
1170- Found CASE NO.: 07-000339-CA along the Northerly PINES SUBDIVISION, mediately thereafter; other- LOT 4, BLOCK 2, GULF
right-of-way boundary of PHASES 3 & 4, according wise a default will be en- TERRACES, UNIT NO. Lot 5, of New River Para- RE-NOTICE OF
, 4 2NOTICE OF SALE PUR- said State Road No. S-65 to the Plat thereof as re- tered against you for the ONE, ACCORDING TO dise, according to the Plat FORECLOSURE SALE
| 100 SUANT TO CHAPTER 45 a distance of 143.60 feet to corded in Plat Book 7, relief demanded in the THE PLAT THEREOF, AS thereof, as recorded in Plat
a re-rod (marked #4261), Page(s) 32, of the Public complaintor petition. RECORDED IN PLAT Book 9, at Page(s) 23, of NOTICE IS HEREBY
9020T NOTICE is given pursuant thence leaving said Records of Franklin BOOK 3, PAGE 3, OF the Public Records of GIVEN pursuant to a Mo-
SURROGATE S COURT to a Final Judgment of right-of-right boundary run County, Florida DATED: November 3,2008 THE PUBLIC RECORDS Franklin County, Florida. tlon and Order Resetting
OF BROOME COUNTY Foreclosure dated October North 37 degrees 13 mm- OF FRANKLIN COUNTY Foreclosure Sale Date
28, 2008, in Case No. utes 46 seconds West Any person claiming an in- MARCIA M. JOHNSON FLORIDA. A/K/A 139 APA- WITNESS my hand and dated the 27th day of Oc-
SUPPLEMENTAL 07-000339-CA, of the Cir- 200.21 feet to a re-rod terest in the surplus from Clerk of the Circuit Court LACHEE STREET, the official seal of this tober, 2008, and entered in
CITATION cuit Court of the Four- (marked #4261) lying on the sale, if any, other than By: Michele Maxwell CARABELLE, FL 32322 Court at Apalachicola, Case No. 19-2008-CA-
teenth Judicial Circuit in the Southerly right-of-way the property owner as of Deputy Clerk Franklin County, Florida 0221, of the Circuit Court
THE PEOPLE OF THE and for Franklin County, boundary of Avenue "D" the date of the lis pendens November 13, 20, 2008 Any person claiming an in- this 29th day of October, of the 2ND Judicial Circuit
STATE OF NEW YORK, By Florida, in which CAPITAL (not constructed), thence must file a claim within 60 9143T terest in the surplus from 2008 in and for Franklin County,
the Grace of God Free and CITY BANK is the Plaintiff run North 55 degrees 22 days after the sale. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the sale, if any other than Florida, wherein WASH-
Independent and HARRY L. SPEAR; minutes 00 seconds East OF THE SECOND JUDI the property owner as of MARSHA M. JOHNSON INGTON MUTUAL BANK,
COASTAL INVESTMENTS, along said right-of-way Dated: November 3, 2008. CAL CIRCUIT OF THE the date of the Lis Pend- As Clerk of Said Court FA is the Plaintiff and KA-
TO: John Doe" and 'Jane LLC; MARK W. boundary 516.07 feet to a STATE OF FLORIDA IN ens must file a claim within By: Michele Maxwell REN BETH MILLENDER;
Doe said names being FRIEDMAN; HEATHER re-rod (marked #4261) ly- HONORABLE MARCIA M. AND FOR FRANKLING 60 days after the sale. Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
fictitious and intended to FRIEDMAN; CARABELLE ing JOHNSON COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION November 20, 27, 2008 BETTY J. TAYLOR; UN-
designate any paternal first PROPERTIES, LTD; ST. on the intersection with the Clerk of Court Dated in Franklin County, 9172T KNOWN SPOUSE OF
cousins of the decedent, JAMES BAY PROPERTY Westerly right-of-way By: Michele Maxwell CHEVY CHASE BANK Floridathis29th day of Oc- 9IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DANNY E. HOLTON; UN-
Mabel L. Benedict, if living, OWNERS ASSOCIATION, boundary of Adams Street Deputy Clerk HA tober, 2008. KNOWN SPOUSE OF KA-
whose whereabouts after OWN TENANT(S) I; UN- (not constructed), thence November 20, 27, 2008 S.tB., OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL REN BETH MILLENDER;
due diligence demon- KNOWN TENANT(S) II; run South 34 degrees 38 la9116T Clerk of the Circuit Court CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
strated are unknown; and UNKNOWN TENANT(S) III; minutes 00 seconds East IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Franklin County, Florda N TAS UNKNOWN
if 'John Doe" and 'Jane and UNKNOWN along said Westerly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT vs. By: Michele Maxwell FLORIDA TENANT(S) IN POSSES-
Doe said names being fic- TENANTS) IV are the De- right-of-way boundary FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY DIANE WYATT A/K/A Deputy Clerk CIVIL DIVISIONSION OF THE SUBJECT
titious and intended to fendants, I will sell to the 200.00 feet to a re-rod PROBATE DIVISION LINDA DIANE WYATT UN-L COUNTRYWIDE HOME PROPERTY are st defend-
designate any paternal first highest and best bidder for (marked #4261) lying on KNOWN SPOUSE OF DI- Albertel Law AN ants. I wll sell to the high-
cousins of the decedent, cash at the Front door the the intersection with the IN RE: Estate of AKNOWNATT ASPOU/ASE OF D Attorney for Plaintiff LOANS, INC. est and best bidder for
survived the decedent, Ma- Franklin County Court- Northerly right-of-way MARY KING HURLEY DIANE WYATTK/A LIOHN O. Box 23028 Plaintiff cash at the ON FRONT
bel L. Benedict, but died house in Apalachicola, boundary of State Road Deceased.RY KING HURLEY DANE WYATT JOHN ampa, FL 33623 STEPS OF COURTHOUSE
subsequently, then to their Franklin County, Florida at No.: S-65, thence run SPOUSEeased. CLARK UNKNOWN (813)221-4743 vsat the Franklin County
fiduciaries, beneficiaries, 11:00 a.m. on December South 55 degrees 22 mm- CASE NO.: 08-00029-CP CLARK; IF LIVING, IN- 08-05474 DAVID J. ARRIGONI; Courthouse, in Apalachl-
assigns and successors in 11, 2008, the property set utes 00 seconds West CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN MORTGAGE ELEC- cola, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
interest of the property of forth in the Final Judgment along said Northerly NOTICE TO CREDITORS SPOUSE OF SAID In accordance with the RONIC REGISTRATION on the 4th day of Decem-
Mabel L. Benedict whose of Foreclosure and more right-of-way boundary DEFENDANT(S), IF RE Americans with Disabilities TRNC IRPO ber, 2008, the following
names and whereabouts particularly described as 363.40 feet to the POINT The administration of the MARRIEDANT(D IF DE- Act, persons needing spe- SYTE A A S, OMINCORPO described property as set
after due diligence demon follows: OF BEGINNING, at of D cial accommodation to RATED AS A NOMINEE rid p a
stated are unknown. Estate of Mary King CEASED, THE RESPEC- cal accommodation to FOR COUNTRYWIDE forth in said Final Judg-
SHurley deceased, whose TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, participate in this proceed HOME LOANS, INC.; UN- ment, towit:
Lots 37, 38, and 41 of Any person claiming an n- date of death was Octobe r DEVSEES, GRANTEES ing should contact the KNOWN SPOUSE OF DA 8 AND 9 BLOCK D
A petition having been Block s, St. James Bay terest in the surplus from 23,de2007,spendangnthe ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, Clerk of the Courts, Marcia VD J ARRIGONI; JOHN ALOTS 8 AND 9, BLOCK "D"
duly filed by Betty L. Gor- Subdivision, Phase II, a the sale, if any other than Circuit Court for Franklin LIENORS, AND TRUS- M. Johnson, 33 Market DOE JANE DOE AS UN- RANGE 11 PICKETTS AD-
man, who is domiciled at subdivision as per map or the property owner as of County, Florda, Probate TEES, AND ALL OTHR Street, Suite 203, Apalach- KNOWN TENANT(S)N DITION TOTHE TOWN OF
son City. NY 13790. plat thereof recorded in the date of the s pendens Division, Case Number PERSONS CLAIMING BY icola, FL 32320; telephone POSSESSION OF THE CARRABELLE, FRANKLIN
son City. NY 13790. lat Book 8, Pp. 23-29, must file a claim within 60 080002CPthe address THROUGH, UNDER OR number (850)653-8861, SUBJECT PROPERT COUNTY FLORIDA AND
Public Records of Franklin days after the sale. ofwhih iFranklin Cnet AGA NSTA HE NAMED not later than seven (7Def SUBJECT PROPERTY LOTs. NG 101 BLOCK T"D"
YOU ARE HEREBY CITED Co^ S of Frofwhich is Franklin County AGAINST THE NAMED Defendnts.
YOU ARE HEREBY CITED County, Florida. Courthouse, 33 Market DEFENDANT(S); days prior to this proceed- Defendants.
TO SHOW CAUSE before Dated: November 3, 2008. urthuse3,larht Defendant(s) Ra 11 ADDITION TO THE TOWN
the Surrogate's Court, Any person claiming an in- Street,Sute203, Apalach Defendant(s) oing. If you aire hd, pleading orll CASENO OF CARRABELLE, FRANK
Broome County, at the terest in the surplus from HONORABLE MARCIA M. cola, Florida 32320. The SALE (850)5774400 19-2008-CA-000280 LIN COUNTY FLORIDA.
Broome County Court the sale, if any, other than JOHNSONnames and addresses of NOTICE OF SALE (850)577-4400. LIN COUNTY FLORIDA.
Broome County Court- the sale, if any, other than JOHNSON the Personal Representa- November 20, 27, 2008 NOTICE OF
house, 92 Court Street, he property owners of Clerk of Court te and th e Perso nal Represen otice is hereby given 914T FORECLOSURE SALE ANY PERSON CLAIMING
Binghamton, New York on the date of the is pendens By: Michele Maxwell and the sonal Notice is hereby given 9145T FORECLOSURE SALE AN INTEREST IN THE
December 15, 2008, at must file a claim within Deputy Clerk Representative's attorney that, pursuant to a Final IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SURPLUS FROM THE
10:00 in the forenoonof t f) asafter withe Novembputy Cler20 27 2008 are set forth below. Summary Judgment of OF THE SECOND JUDI- NOTICE IS HEREBY SURPLUS FROM ANY OTHER
that h re sixty (60) days after the November 20,27, 2008 Foreclosure entered in the CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND GIVEN pursuant to a Final THAN THE PROPERTY
should not be made in the 9108T All creditors of the dece- above-styled cause, in the FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY Judgment of Foreclosure OWNER AS OF THE DAT
estate of Mabel L. Bene- DATED: October 29, 2008 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT dent and other persons, Circuit Court of Franklin FLORIDA dated the 27th day of Oc- OF THE LIS PENDENS
dict lately domiciled at 863 FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY who have claims or de- County, Florida, I will sell CASE NO. tober, and entered in Case MUST FILE A CLAIM
Upper Front Street, Bing- MARCIA M. JOHNSON FLORIDA mands against decedent's the property situate in 2008-CA-000194 No. 19-2008-CA-000280, of WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
hamton NY 1Q3905 admit- RClrk f th J CiruiNt Estate, including unma- Franklin County, Florida, CIVIL DIVISION the Circuit Court of the THE SALE
ting to probate a Will BY Michele Maxwell BRANCH BANKING AND tured, contingent or unliq- described as: 2ND Judical Circuit in and
dated June 27, 2007, a Deputy Clerk TRUST COMPANY updated claims, and who CAPITAL CITY BANK, a for Franklin County, Flor- accordance with the
copy of which is attached, Plaintiff, have been served a copy Lot 3, CARA BAY ES- Florida Banking Corpora- ida, wherein COUNTRY- Americans with Disabilities
as the Will of Mabel L. Garvin B Bowden Esq of this Notice, must file TATES, according to the tlon, WIDE HOME LOANS, Act (ADA), disabled per-
as Benedict, deceased, rel Garner B. Bowden, Esq, VS. their claims with this Court plat thereof, as recorded in Plaintiff, INC., is the Plaintiff and Act (ADA), disabeause of other
ng to, deceased, personal ardswnrth Bist, WienerPA WITHIN THE LATER OF Plat Book 6, Page 19, of DAVID J. ARRIGONI; disabilities, need special
property, and directingal Wadsworth & Bowden PA. CARL HUDDLESTON and THREE (3) MONTHS AF- the Public Records of vs. MORTGAGE ELEC- accommodation topartici
propthat Letterty, and directing 1300 Thomaswood Drive LORRAINE HUDDLE- TER THE DATE OF THE Franklin County, Florida TRONIC REGISTRATION act mmodathio rocee l-
issue to: Betty L. Gorman NovemberT13, 20, 2008 STON, FIRST PUBLICATION OF BRYAN SANFORD, SYSTEMS, INCORPO- should contact the ADA
issue to : Betty L. Gorman November 13, 20, 2008 Defendants. THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY A/K/A JOHNNY LONG, MARILYN RATED, AS A NOMINEE Coordinator at 33 Market
HON. 9107T (30) DAYS AFTER THE 1163 Russell Way J. LONG, AND THE FOR COUNTRYWIDE Street, Sute 203, Apalach
Euqene E. Peckham IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Case No. 08-239-CA DATE OF SERVICE OF A St. George Island, FL CARRABELLE BOAT HOME LOANS, INC.; UN- Streetola, SuFL 323te203, Apalache-
October 22, 2008 OF SALE UNDER at public sale, to the high- DOE; JANE DOE AS UN- 653-8861 prior to such
Dated, Attested and BRANCH BANKING AND FS. CHAPTER 45 All other creditors of the est and best bidder, for CLERK'S NOTICE OF KNOWN TENANT(S) IN proceeding.
Sealed, TRUST COMPANY decedent and other per- cash, Front steps of the SALE UNDER FS. CHAP- POSSESSION OF THE Dated this 28th day of Oc
Tracy A. Allen Plaintiff, NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in sons who have claims or Franklin County Court- TER 45 SUBJECT PROPERTY are tober 2008
Deputy Chief Clerk accordance with the Final demands against the house, 33 Market Street defendants. I will sell to the
VS. Judgment of Foreclosure decedent's Estate, includ- Apalachicola, FL at 11:00 NOTICE IS HEREBY highest and best bidder for Marcia Johnson
Attorney for Petitioner: dated October 28, 2008, in ing unmatured, contingent AM, on December 4, 2008. GIVEN that, pursuant to a cash at the ON FRONT Clerka JThe Circuit Court
Steven R. Reid, Esq. SEASIDE DEVELOPERS, the above-styled cause, I or unliquidated claims, Final Judgment of Foreclo- STEPS OF COURTHOUSE By: Michele Maxwell
Telephone Number: LLC, A FLORIDA LIMITED will sell to the highest and must file their claims with DATED THIS 29TH DAY sure dated the 27th day of at the Franklin County Deputy Clerk
607 656-7600 LIABILITY COMPANY; best bidder for cash at the this Court WITHIN THREE OF October, 2008. October, 2008 in the Courthouse, in Apalachi-
Address for Attorney: GOLD KEY CONSTRUC- First Floor Lobby of the (3) MONTHS AFTER THE above-styled cause, I will cola, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. Law Office of Marshall C.
15 Genesee Street TION & DESIGN, INC., A Franklin County Court- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Any person claiming an in- sell to the highest and best on the 4th day of Decem- Watson
PO Box 561, FLORIDA CORPORATION; house, Apalachicola, Flor- LICATION OF THIS NO- terest in the surplus from bidder for cash at the ber, 2008, the following 1800 NW 49th Street,
Greene, NY 13778 GORDON D. STARK; ida, at 11:00 a.m. EST on TICE. the sale, if any, other than Franklin County Court- described property as set Suite 120
TTERRA, INC., A FLORIDA December 11, 2008, the the property owner as of house, 33 Market Street, forth in said Final Judg- Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
[Note: This citation is CORPORATION; AND following described prop- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO the date of the lis pend- Suite 203, Apalachicola, ment, towit: Telephone: (954) 453-0365
served upon you as re- FRANKLIN COUNTY A erty: FILED WILL BE FOREVER ens, must file a claim FL 32320, at 11:00 a.m. on
quired by law. You are not POLITICAL SUBDIVISION BARRED. within 60 days after the the 4th day of December, LOT 6, BLOCK 13 WEST, November 20, 27, 2008
required to appear; how- OF THE STATE OF FLOR- Lot 69, Pebble Beach Vil- sale. 2008, the following de- ST. GEORGE ISLAND 9174T
ever, if you fail to appear it IDA, lage, according to the Plat NOTWITHSTANDING THE scribed property: GULF BEACHES UNIT NO. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
will be assumed you do Defendants. thereof, as recorded in Plat TIME PERIODS SET Witness, my hand and seal 1, ACCORDING TO THE OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL
not object to the relief re- Book 4, Page 34 and 35, FORTH ABOVE, ANY of this court on the 29th Parcel I: MAP OF PLAT THEREOF CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
quested. You have a right Case No. 08-000264-CA of the Public Records of CLAIM FILED TWO (2) day of October. Lot 41, Lakes on the Bluff, AS RECORDED IN PLAT FRANKLIN COUNTY
to have an attorney appear Franklin County, Florida. YEARS OR MORE AFTER according to the plat BOOK 2, PAGE 7 PUBLIC FLORIDA
attorney may request a OF SALE UNDER Any person claiming an in- OF DEATH IS BARRED. COURT Book 8, Page 33, 34 and COUNTY FLORIDA.
copy of the administration F.S. CHAPTER 45 terest in the surplus from BY: Michele Maxwell 35 of the Public Records of WASHINGTON MUTUAL
file from the court.] the sale, if any other than THE DATE OF FIRST PUB- Franklin County, Florida. ANY PERSON CLAIMING BANK, FA, A FEDERAL
November 6, 13, 20, 27, NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in the property owner as of LOCATION OF THIS NO- THIS INSTRUMENT PRE- AN INTEREST IN THE ASSOCIATION,
2008 accordance with the Final the date of the lis pendens TICE IS November 13, PARED BY: Parcel II: SURPLUS FROM THE Plaintiff,
Judgment of Foreclosure must file a claim within 60 2008. Law Offices of Daniel C. Unit Number C-223 of the SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
9073T dated October 28, 2008, in days after the sale. Consuegra Carrabelle Boat Club As- THAN THE PROPERTY vs.
IN THE SECOND JUDI- the above-styled cause, I Personal Representative: 9204 King Palm Drive sociation, inc. a/k/a, The OWNER AS OF THE DATE
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND will sell to the highest and Dated: November 3, 2008. John Neill Hurley Tampa, FL 33619-1328 Carrabelle Boat Club Boat- OF THE LIS PENDENS KAREN BETH MILLER
FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY best bidder for cash at the 4744 Pimlico Drive Attorney for Plaintiff house, a Condominium, MUST FILE A CLAIM A/K/A KAREN BETH MIL-
FLORIDA First Floor Lobby of the HONORABLE MARCIA M. Tallahassee, Florida 32309 according to the Declara- WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER LENDER; UNKNOWN
Franklin County Court- JOHNSON Attorney for Personal In accordance with the tlon thereof, as recorded in THE SALE. SPOUSE OF GEORGE W
IN RE: GERALD E. house, Apalachicola, Flor- Clerk of Court Representative: American with Disabilities Official Records Book 888, EVANS, JR; UNKNOWN
GREENWAY SR., de- ida, at 11:00 a.m. EST on By: Michele Maxwell J. Alan Cox Actof 1990, persons need- at Page 552, of the Public In accordance with the SPOUSE OF KAREN
ceased December 11, 2008, the Deputy Clerk Florida Bar No. 311499 ing a special accommo- Records of Franklin Americans with Disabilities BETH MILLER A/K/A KA-
following described prop- November 20, 27, 2008 1660 Metropolitan Circle dation to participate in this County, Florida. Together Act (ADA), disabled per- REN BETH MILLENDER;
CASE NO.:08-000053CP erty: 9109T Tallahassee, Florida proceeding should contact with an undivided interest sons who, because of their JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 32308-3731 the ASA Coordinator on in the common elements disabilities, need special AS UNKNOWN TENANT
NOTICE OF FILING OF Commence at a point of HFOR FRANKLIT N Telephone No.: later than seven(7) days which are appurtenant to accommodation to partici- (S) IN POSSESSION OF
PETITION FOR DETER- beginning on the Northerly ONTY FRANK.LR N (850) 298-4444 prior to the proceedings. If the unit as set out in said pate in this proceeding THE SUBJECT PROP-
MINATION OF HEIRS boundary of the 66 foot COUNTY FLORIDA November 13, 20, 2008 hearing impaired, please Declaration of Condomin- should contact the ADA ERTY
right-of-way of State Road BRANCH BANKING AND 9126T call (800) 955-9771 (TTD) lum. Coordinator at 33 Market Defendants.
A petitionfordetermination S-65 678.3 feet South (true TRUST COMPANY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or (800) 955-8770 (voice), Street, Suite 203, Apalachl-
of heirs of Gerald E. meridian) of the Northeast Plaintiff via Florida Relay Service. WITNESS my hand and cola, FL 32320 or Tele- CASE NO.:
Greenway, deceased, is corner of the Northwest V f |CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND November 13, 20, 2008 the official seal of this phone Voice/TDD (904) 19-2008-CA-0240
pending in the Circuit quarter of the Southwest FOR FRANK IN COUNTY 9144T Court at Apalachicola, 653-8861 prior to such
Court for Franklin County, quarter of Section 31, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Franklin County, Florida proceeding. RE-NOTICE OF
Florida, Probate Division, Township 8 South, Range GOLDEN COAST DEVELF OFTHE ECONDU this 29th day of October, FORECLOSURE SALE
the address of which Is 33 6 West. Thence run South OMENT LL AFLORIDA CAPITAL CITY BANK, AL CU UD 2008 Dated ths 28th day of Oc-
Market Street, Suite 203, 55 degrees 22 minutes LIMITED IABIITCM Plitiff, FO F IN CO TY MARSH M NOTIVE Is HEREBY
Apalachcola, FL 32329. West along said road P GORDON D FLORIDA, CIVILACTON MARSHAM. JOHNSON GIVEN pursuant to a Mo
143.6 feet; thence run STARK; and FRANKLIN vs. LC A S EIVILAI As Clerk of Said Court Marcia Johnson ton and Order Resetting
Any interested person North 37 degrees 13 mm-T n FRANKN vs1 A S E By: Michele Maxell Clerk of the Circuit Court Foreclosure Sale Date
must filing a response pet- utes West 200.2 feet to the fendants. HENRIETTE BURNS and DIVISION: November 13, 20, 2008 By: Michele Maxwell dated the 27th day of Oc-
tlon or other pleading in Southerly boundary of the UNKNOWN TENANT(S) 9171T Deputy Clerk tober, 2008, and entered in
accordance with the Flor- 66 foot rightofwayof Ave Case No 08000292CA Defendants. WASHINGTON MUTUAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Case No. 192008 CA
ida Probate Rules, WITHIN nue D; thence run North 55 BDefANK F/K/A WASHING OF THE SECOND JCOUDI Law Office of Marshall C. 0240 o he Circuit Court
28 DAYS AFTER THE degrees 22 minutes East CLERK'S NOTICE CASE NO 08000153-CA TON MUTUAL BANK, FA CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Watson of the 2ND Judicial Circuit
FIRST PUBLICATIUN OF along said avenue 516 feet OF SALE UNDER CASE NO. 08-000153-CA PlaintiffUAL BANK, FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY 8 W 49th Street, n and forFan in unty
THIS NOTICE. to the Westerly boundary ES. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE OF ACTION FLORIDA Sulte 120 Florida wherein WASH
of the 66 foot right-of-way vs Fort Lauderdale, Florida INGTON MUTUAL BANK,
4431 Lafayette Street run South 34 degrees 38 accordance with the Final KAREN BETH MIL- Florida Banking Corpora T33p3h0n9 (94 453-0365 ATON is thA Plaintiff and
Maranna, FL 32446 minutes East along said Judgment Cre coue orp Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 KAREN BETH MILLER
502b3b33 street 20 feet to theJudgment of Foreclosure YOU ARE NOTIFIED that LENDER, etal, ton, Toll Fre: 1800 441 2438 A/K/A KAREN BETH Mil
Fla. Bar No. 0209791 Nother 00 boune dao thof dated October28, 2008, in an action to foreclose a Defendant(s) Plaintiff, Toll Free 1-800-441-2438 A/K/A KAREN BETH MWL-
Counsel for Petitioners State Road S-65; thence the above-styled cause I mortgage on the fal NOTICE OF SALE PUR- vs. November 20, 27, 2008 SPOUSE OF GEORGE W
November 13, 20, 2008 run South 55 degrees 22 best bidder for cash at the County Florida: SUANT TO CHAPTER 45 9173T EVANS, JR; UNKNOWN
9090T minutes West along said First Floor Lobby of the JOHNNY LONG and MARlI- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SPOUSE OF KAREN BETH
OF THE SECOND JUDI- of beginning and being in house, Apalachicola, Flor- GREEN BY THE SEA, GIVEN Pursuant to a Final Defendant. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BETH MILLE NDERA OHN
FORCIAL CIRCUIT ANKLIN COUNTY S e tio n 31 of Township 8 ida, at 11:00 a.m. EST on PHASE II, A SUBDIVISION Judgment of Foreclosure FRANKLIN COUNTY, KNOWN TENANT (S) IN
FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY SthFranklin Range 6 West inda December 11, 2008, the AS PER MAP OR PLAT dated October 28, 2008, CASE NO.: FLORIDA POSSESSION OF THE
FLORIDA Frankln County, Florida following described prop- THEREOF RECORDED IN and entered in Case No. 2008-CA-000253 CIVIL DIVISION PSUBJECT PROPERTY are
CAPITAL CITY BANK, MORE PARTICULARLYde- erty: PLAT BOOK 8, Pp. 17-18, 192008CA-0191 of Sthe CIVIL DIVISION WASHINGTONdefendants. I will sell to the
Plaintiff, scribed by a recent survey Lot 33 of WHISPERING FRANKLIN COUNTY, ond Judicial Circuit in and CLERK'S NOTICE BANK, FA, Plaintiff, hcghestand best bidder for
dated December 23, 1996 PINES SUBDIVISION, FLORIDA. for Franklin County, Flor OF SALE UNDER cSTEp OFt OURTHOUSE
VS. by ,James Thurman PHASES 3 & 4, according ida in which Washington ES. CHAPTER 45 vs. t thEs FF rkin COU-
Roddenberry, bearing Job to the Plat thereof as re has been filed against you Mutual Bank f/k/a Wash- at the Franklin County
HARRY L. SPEAR; No,: 96-542, as follows: corded in Plat Book 7, and you are required to ington Mutual Bank, FA., NOTICE IS HEREBY KAREN BETH MIL- Courthouse, in Apalachi-

cola, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 4th day of Decem-
ber, 2008, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:



In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA), disabled per-
sons who because of their
disabilities need special
accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding
should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 33 Market
Street, Suite 203, Apalachi-
cola, FL 32320 or Tele-
phone Voice/TDD (850)
653-8861 prior to such

Dated this 28th day of Oc-
tober, 2008

Marcia Johnson
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Michele Maxwell
Deputy Clerk

Law Office of Marshall C.
1800 NW 49th Street
Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
November 20, 27, 2008




CASE NO.: 2007-231-CA


GIVEN pursuant to a Mo-
tion and Order Resetting
Foreclosure Sale Date
dated the 27th day of Oc-
tober, 2008, and entered in
Case No. 2007-231-CA, of
the Circuit Court of the
2ND Judicial Circuit in and
for Franklin County, Flor-
ida, wherein SUNTRUST
BANK is the Plaintiff and
defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the ON FRONT
HOUSE, at the Franklin
County Courthouse, in Ap-
alachicola, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 4th day
of December, 2008, the
following described prop-
erty as set forth in in said
Final Judgment, to wit:



In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA), disabled per-
sons who, because of their
disabilities, need special
accommodation to partici
pate in this proceeding
should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 33 Market
Street, Suite 203, Apalachl-
cola, FL 32320 or Tele
phone Voice/TDD (850)
653-8861 prior to proceed-

Dated this 28th day of Oc-
tober, 2008

Marcia Johnson
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Michele Maxwell
Deputy Clerk

Law Office of Marshall C.
1800 NW 49th Street
Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
November 20, 27, 2008

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9176T set forth in said Final a/k/a FREDA M. WHITE is tlon of the estate of JAN F 33309
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Judgement, to wit: the Defendant, I will sell to ROSENTHAL, deceased, Telephone: (954) 453-0365 Dependable
OF THE SECOND JUDI- the highest and best bid- Case Number08-00054CP Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 cleaning service
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND LOT 14, BLOCK "6", LAN- der for cash at 11:00 a.m. is pending in the Circuit Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 needed
FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY ARK VILLAGE, UNIT NO. on December 11, 2008, at Court for Franklin County, 08-11121 neee
FLORIDA 1, A SUBDIVISION AS PER the door of the Franklin Florida, Probate Division, November 20, 27, 2008 EMPLOYMENT for the Port St Joe Star Of-
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF County Courthouse in Ap- the address of which is fice call 227-1278 or come
CAPITAL CITY BANK, a RECORDED IN PLAT alachicola, Florida, the fol- Franklin County Court- 4100 Help Wanted by the Star office located
Florida Banking Corpora- BOOK 2, PAGE 14 AND lowing described property house, Probate Division, 4130- Employment at 135 W. Hwy. 98 in Port
tlon, 14A OF THE PUBLIC REC- as set forth in said Final 33 Market Street, Apa- information St. Joe.
Plaintiff, ORDS OF FRANKLIN Judgment, to-wit.- lachicola, FL 32320. The/ HM .
COUNTY FLORIDA. name and address of the f Other
vs. Lots 12, 15, 26, and 31 ancillary personal repre- \
Any person claiming an in- Block F, St. James Bay sentative and the personal 4100o Attention!!!
JOHNNY LONG and MAR- terest in the surplus from Subdivision Phase II, a representative's attorney Home Computer workii i
ILYN J. LONG, the sale, if any, other than subdivision as per map or are set forth below. Home Computer worked ,
Defendant. the property owner as of plat thereof recorded in Flexible hours, great pay,
the date of the is pendens Plat Book 8, Pp. 23-29, ALL INTERESTED PER- MERCHANDISE will train, apply online
CASE NO. must file a claim within 60 Public Records of Franklin SONS ARE NOTIFIED 3100-Antiues.iwork Administrative/Clerical from
2008-CA-000254 days after the sale. County, Florida. THAT: 3110 Appliances
CIVIL DIVISION 3120 -Arts & Crafts Administrative
Dated this 29th day of Oc- Lot 15 Rio Vista Subdivil- All creditors of the dece- 3130 -Auctions Sales/Business Dev
CLERK'S NOTICE tober, 2008. sion, a subdivision in Frac- dent and other persons 3140 Baby Items Assistant
OF SALE UNDER tonal Section 2, Township having claims or demands 3150 Building Supplies
F.S. CHAPTER 45 MARCIA M JOHNSON 6 South, Range 3 West, against decedent's estate 3160 Business Administrative Assistant Membership
As Clerk of the Court according to the Plat on whom a copy of this Equipment /Data Specialist. FT or Resource
NOTICE IS HEREBY By: Michele Maxwell thereof as recorded in Plat notice is served within 3180 ColletiblesApplcant must be
GIVEN that, pursuant to a As Deputy Clerk Book 2, Page 8 of the Pub- three months after the date 3190 Electronics proficient in Microsoft v p
Final Judgment of Foreclo- lic Records of Franklin of the first publication of 3200 Firewood Word, Excel, Quick Associate
sure dated the 27th day of IMPORTANT County, Florida. this notice must file their 3210 Free Pass it On Books, Powerpoint,
October, 2008 in the In accordance with the claims with this Court 3220 Furniture basic photo editing, and GC FM/AM
above-styled cause, I will Americans with Disabilities Lots 34 and 35, Block T WITHIN THE LATER OF 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Internet applications. getC FM/M seehandsn enerson re
sell to the highest and best Act, persons needing a St. James Bay Subdivi- THREE MONTHS AFTER 3240 Guns Duties include maintain-
bidder for cash at the reasonable accommoda- sion, Phase II, a THE DATE OF THE FIRST 3250- Good Thingsto Eat ing database contacts sponsible for the leader-
Franklin County Court- tion to participate in this subdivision as per map or PUBLICATION OF THIS 320 ewealth & ry/CloFitness updating websites, In- shWKGip / dmanagement strait
house, 33 Market Street, proceeding should, no plat thereof recorded in NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS 3280 Machinery/ ternet research, interact- WKGC development strat
Suite 203, Apalachicola, later than seven (7) days Plat Book 8, Pp. 23-29, AFTER THE DATE OF Equipment ingwith avarietyof egies & activities through
FL 32320, at 11:00 a.m. on prior, contact the Clerk of Public Records of Franklin SERVICE OF A COPY OF 3290 Medical Equipment tourist related compa- memership, gifts, corpo-
the 4th day of December, the Court's disability coor- County, Florida. THE NOTICE ON THEM. 3300 Miscellaneous nies. Minimum require- rate underwriting/ spon-
2008, the following de- dinator at 8506972112, 3310 Musical Instruments ments include: bache- alsorshikeep ac& gcurants. Mustrec-
scribed property: PO. BOX 340, APALACHI- Any person claiming an in- All other creditors of the 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ lor's degree in an ap- orals of transaccutions, office
COLA, FL32320. If hearing terest in the surplus from decedent and persons Supplies propriate field and ap- oranansaons, a ace
Lot 4-A: impaired, contact (TDD) the sale, if any other than having claims or demands 3330- Restaurant/Hotel propriate work history management and assist
Begin at an iron rod and 8009558771 via Florida the property owner as of against the estate of the 3340 Tick B&Sell) Employer maintains a to thbugetHreqh School
cap (marked #7160) mark- Relay System. the date of the lis pendens decedent must file their drug free work place. d ipoma/equivalent + 5 yrs
ing the most Southwest- must file a claim within 60 claims with this Court Salary negotiable. Send diploma/equivalent + yrs
early corner of Lot 4 of East Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. days after the sale. WITHIN THREE MONTHS resume to P.O. Box exp ossful memonsirated suc-
Bay Colony, a Subdivision Attorneys for Plaintiff AFTER THE DATE OF THE F -IREWl 729, cessful membership & re
as per map of plat thereof 2901 Stirling Road, Suite Dated this 10th day of No- FIRST PUBLICATION OF p Apalachicola, 32329. source developmentwith
recorded in Plat Book 8, 300 vember, 2008. THIS NOTICE. 3200 EOE. nonprofit underwriting,
Page 36 of the Public Rec- Ft Lauderdale, Florida sales management, media
words of Franklin County, 33312 MarciaM. Johnson ALL CLAIMS AND DE- sales, or corporate pro-
Florida, said point lying on Telephone: (305)770-4100 Clerk of the Circuit Court MANDS NOT SO FILED Seasoned x n marketing;
the Northeasterly Fax: (305)653-2329 Second Judicial Circuit WILL BE FOREVER Seasoned excellent verbal & written
right-of-way boundary of November 20, 27, 2008 Franklin County, Florida BARRED. Firewood skills; some evening/
South Bay Shore Drive. 9180T By: Michele Maxwell By the load or by the stick. Hospmtahty/Tou weekend work. BS degree
From said POINT OF BE- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT As Deputy Clerk The date of the first publl- 670-8808 or 670-8851 Hosptalty/Tousm tarts @
GINNING and leaving said OF THE SECOND JUDI cation of this Notice is No- R $10.13/hr. Position Open
right of way boundary runOF CIAL CIRCUIT, IN FOR IMPORTANT member 20, 2008. Room Attendant Until Filled with review of
North 50 51'54" East F RANKLIN COUNTY F In accordance with theManstay Sutes n Port St. apcaons starting
147.69 feet to an iron rod PROBATE DIVISION Americans with Disabilities Ancillary Personal Repre- Joe is now accepting ap- 11/25/08.
and cap (marked #7160), PROBATE DIVISION Act, persons needing a sentative of the Estate of plications for an Room At- Additional info:
thence run South 39 17' IN RE ESTATE OF reasonable accommoda- Jan F Rosenthal tendant. Candidate must
41" East 84.12 feet to an MILDRED DRAFFN CARL ton to participate in this MARK A, ROSENTHAL maintain flexible schedule GCCC is an
iron rod and cap (#7160), N proceeding should, no 2832 Raymond Avenue dependability is a must. If EA/EO/M/F/Vet employer
thence run North 50 42' Deceased. later than seven (7) days Franksville, WI 53126 you have an eye for detail
19" East 144.40 feet to an prior, contact the Clerk of ATTORNEY FOR ANCIL- and a passion for service, ,
iron rod and cap (marked CASE No. 08-00048-CP the Court's disability coor- LARY PERSONAL REPRE- We Wantyou!
# 7160), thence run North dinator at (850) 697-2112, SENTATIVE Please apply in person
14 05'33" West 658.58 TRO. Box 340, Apalachi- THOMAS ,S. GIBSON Mainstay Suites 4130
feet, thence run North NOTICE TO CREDITORS cola, FL 32320. If hearing RISH, GIBSON, SCHOLZ 3 Piece Living Room Set. 3951 E Hwy 98 Other
7854'09" East 1.50 feet to The administration of the impaired, contact (TDD) & GROOM, PA. New 100% micro fiber, Port St. Joe, FL
an iron rod and cap estate of MILDRE (800) 955-8771 via Florida 116 SAILOR'S COVE stain resistant, List $1999. EOE.............DFWP Mystery Shoppers. Earn
(marked #6475), thence DRAFFIN CARLTONde Relay System. DRIVE Let go for $649, delivery up to $100 a day. Under-
run North 2801 '22" East ceased, File Number PO BOX 39 available. 222-7783 -h cover shoppers needed to
149.92 Nortfeet, thence run 08-00048-CCPpndingn Attorney for Plaintiff PORT ST. JOE, FL 32457 judge retail/ dining estab-
South 0738'52" East the Circuit Court for Frank- Mitch Dever, Esquire (850) 229-8211 lishments. Exp not re-
784.68 feet to an iron rod n County, Florda, Pro- .Box9811 FL BAR NO. 0350583 INTERVIEW NOW quired. Please Call
and cap (marked #7160), bate Division, the address Telephone: (850) 234-5555 November 20, 27, 2008 1-800-308-4616.
thence South 50 42 19 of which is 33 Market FAX: (850)234-7677 9236T Monster Match
West 29an79feet t (markedon Street, Apalachicola, Flor- Paama Cty Beach, FL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT assigns a professional POSTAL&GOV'TJOB
#7160) lying on the North- da 32320. The names and 20,27,2008 OF THE 2ND JUDICIAL $155 2 Pc- Queen to hand-match each INFO FOR SALE?
#7160) lying on the North- addresses of the personal November 20, 27, 2008 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Plushtop Mattress Set. jobseeker with each
easterly right-of-way representative and the per- 9224T FRANKLIN COUNTY PNwi Mattress Set. emer
boundary of South Bay sonal representatives at- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA CN ehver(85)545711 employer.
Shore Drive, thence run torney are set forth below. OF THE SECOND JUDI- CIVIL DIVISION Can deliver (850) 545-7112 caution
North 4450'39" West CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND This isa FREE Service'
100.00 feet to POINT OF All creditors of the dece- FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Monster Match is your You NEVER have to pay
dent and other persons FLORIDA Plaintiff, free, one-stop job- for information about
Subject to a 15.00 foot having claims or demands search resource With federal or postal jobs If
wide access and utlty against decedent's estate, CAPITAL CITY BANK, a VS. search resource ith see aljob
m ngor including unmatured, con- Florida Banking Corpora- our extensive contacts, arantee, contact t
easement being mo tingentor uniquidated tion, MILTON D. LASSITER we can show your FTC
cularly descbed as fol- claims, on whom a copy of Plaintiff, AK/A MILTON DAVID LAS- A New Queen Orthopedic job seeker profile to The Federal Trade
lows: this notice is served must SITER; JOHN DOE; JANE Pillowtop mattress set in hundreds of top local Commission
Commence at an iron rod file their claims with this vs. DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- sealed plastic $290. War- employers in 300 job is America's consumer
and cap (marked #7160) court WITHIN THE LATER ANT(S) IN POSSESSION renty. Can Deliver. categories. Let us find protection agency.
marking the most South OF 3 MONTHS AFTER JOHNNY LONG and MARI- OF THE SUBJECT PROP- 850-222-9879 you a job that matches
westerly corner of Lot 4 of THEDATEOF THE FIRST LYN J. LONG, ERTY your skills, experience
East Bay Colony, a subdi-PUBLICATION OF THIS Defendants. Defendants. and preferences. 1-877-FTC-HELP
vision as per map of plat TER THE DATE OF SERV- CASE NO. CASE NO.: A public service
thereof recorded in Plat ICE OF A COPY OF THIS 2008-CA-000252 19-2008-CA-0190 INTERVIEW NOW message from the FTC
Public Records of Franklin NOTICE ON THEM. CIVIL DIVISION for the following and The News Herald
Public Records of Frankid n RE-NOTICE OF
County, Florida, said point All other creditors of the CLERK'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Beautiful Queen Solid positions: ClassfiedAdvertising
lying on the Northeastery decedent and other per- SALE UNDER F.S. CHAP- Wood 7-PC Bedroom Set Cooks, Chefs& Department
right-of-way boundary of sons having claims or de- TER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY w/dovetail drawers. Still in Bakers
outhn Bay run Sore uth 44503ve, mands against decedent's GIVEN pursuant to a Mo- boxes. $2,400 value, must o Bakers
thence run g outh4439 estate, including unma- NOTICE IS HEREBY tlon and Order Resetting sacrifice $999 222-7783 Food Prep t
East al boundai turned, contingent or unliq- GIVEN that, pursuant to a Foreclosure Sale Date Waitstaff
right-of-way boundary updated claims, must file Final Judgment of Foreclo- dated the 12th day of No- Cashier
84.93and cee (toan iron rod their claims with this court sure dated the 27th day of vember, 2008, and entered Management
and cap (marked #7160) WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- October, 2008 in the in Case No. Bus Person & Bar Back
marking the POINT OF BE- TER THE DATE OF THE above-styled cause, I will 19-2008-CA-0190, of the l Dishwasher
POINT F ING. From saidNNING FIRST PUBLICATION OF sell to the highest and best Circuit Court of the 2ND Host/Hostess/
POINT OF BEGINNING THIS NOTICE. bidder for cash at the Judicial Circuit in and for Maitred'
and leaving said Franklin County Court- Franklin County, Florida, Complete Solid Wood Matred REAOR
ngrht-of-way boundary run ALL CLAIMS NOT SO house, 33 Market Street, wherein BANK OF AMER- Bedroom Set. Brand New! Bartender -Business/
194.47 feet, thence run FILED WILL BE FOREVER Suite 203, Apalachicola, ICA, N.A. is the Plaintiff Top quality. Dovetail Draw- Commercial
Sou194.4th 3917417 feet, thence runEast 15.00 BARRED. FL 32320, at 11:00 a.m. on and MILTON D. LASSITER ers. Beautiful. Must See. Go to www.Emerald 110-Apartments
feet, thence run Sout1 h the 4th day of December, A/K/A MILTON DAVID LAS- $499 Can deliver 545-7112 6120 Beach Rentals
f eet, thence run South The date of first publica- 2008, the following de- SITER; JOHN DOE; JANE or call us at 5130 Condo/Townhouse
5042'19" West 19302 fee tlion of this Notice is No- scribed property: DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- 6140 House Rentals
to an Iron rod and cap vember 20, 2008. ANT(S) IN POSSESSION 866-769-5627 6150 Roommate Wanted
(marked #7160) lying on Lot 4, of New River Para- OF THE SUBJECT PROP- and use 60 Roms for Re/Lntot
the Northeasterly Co-Personal Representa- dise, according to the Plat ERTY are defendants. I will ob Code 37 6180 Out-of-Town Rntals
right-of-way boundary of tive: thereof, as recorded in Plat sell to the highest and best 6190 Timoshare Rentals
South Bay Shore Drive, Michael D. Kelley Book 9, at Page(s) 23, of bidder for cash at the ON to complete your job 0200 Vacation Rentals
thence run North 445039 918 West Third Avenue the Public Records of FRONT STEPS OF Full size mattress and seeker profile
West along said Albany GA 31701 Franklin County, Florida. COURTHOUSE at the box springs, excellent con
right-of-way boundary Co-Personal Representa- Franklin County Court- diton. $50. Call
15.07 feet to GINNINGthePOINT tive: WITNESS my hand and house, in APALACHICOLA, 850-3230966 6100
BEGINNING. Patrick Kelley the official seal of this Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on 850-323-0966
2109 Beacon Court Court at Apalachicola, the 18th day December, monster For Rent Space available
thEffiialmyhanf th Albany GA 31721 Franklin County, Florida 2008, the following de- ............I ................. for small business or of-
Court at Apalachicola Co-Personal Representa- this 29th day of October, scribed property as set fice. Utilities included.
Franklin County, Florida tive: 2008. forth in said Final Judg- Downtown Historic Apa-
thiFranklins 29th day of Octobrider Jane Simpson ment, to wit- A service of the lachicola. 29 Ave. E.
this 29th day of October,008 689 Seay Road MARSHA M. JOHNSON Apalachicola Times (upstairs) For info call
2008Moulte, GA 31768 As Clerk of Said Court LOT 4, BLOCK 5, UNIT 1, 3300 Carol 850-653-3871
MARSHA M. JOHNSON Attorney for Personal By: Michele Haxrell SUN 'N SAND BEACHES,
As Clerk of Said Court Representative: Deputy Clerk A SUBDIVISION AS PER
By Micele Maxwell Steve M. Watkins, III MAP OR PLAT THEREOF Must Sell Job Announcem ent0
py: Mchelerk 41 Commerce Street CERTIFICATE OF SERV- RECORDED IN PLAT
Deputy Clerk Apalachicola, FL 32320 ICE BOOK 3, PAGE 20 IN THE Ladders, pressure Community Health Nursing Director SES
November 20,27,2008 FBN: 0794996 OFFICE OF THE CLERK washers & more Position Type: Full-Time
9177T 850-653-1949 I HEREBY CERTIFY that a OF CIRCUIT COURT OF 32 extention ladders (2) Pitin T F-Tm
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 32399 true and correct copy of FRANKLIN COUNTY with stabilizers, fiberglass Position number: 64027996
OF THE SECOND JUDI- November 20, 27, 2008 the foregoing Notice of FLORIDA. $300 & aluminum, $250; 6 Annual Salary: $45,000 $70,000
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- 9192T Sale has been furnished Husky Aluminum Step lad- Closing Date: 11/26/08
IDA IN AND FOR FRANK- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT by First Class U.S. Mail to ANY PERSON CLAIMING ders (2), $30 ea.; Kargo- loin at //
LINCOUNTY SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- thefollowing, this29thday AN INTEREST IN THE Master, over-the-cab lad- The State of Florida is an AAEEO employer. Veterans'
CUIT INAND FOR FRANK- of October, 2008 to each SURPLUS FROM THE der rack, fits 1/2 ton PU preference will be given to eligible veterans and their
PROVIDENT FUNDING LIN C NTY FLORIA -of the following: SALE, IF ANY OTHER truck. $500. Husky Gas spouses in accordance with Chapter 295 of the
ASSOCIATES, LP LIN COUNTY FLORIDA THAN THE PROPERTY Pressure Washers (2) and Florida Statues. Notification to the hiring authority
Plaintiff, APALACHICOLA STATE Johnny Long OWNER AS OF THE DATE accessories, $300 ea.; must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to

vs COASTAL COMMUNITY Tallahasee, FL 32309 MUST FILE A CLAIM fits Ford Ranger XLT, provide theaccommodation.
JOSEPH C. PATERNA et. Planff, Marilyn Long THE SALE. 653-6457 anytime fingerprinting required.
al Pat 3827 Longford Drive This is an administrative nursing position requiring
Defendants Tallahasee, FL 32309 In accordance with the ________planning and directing of a public health nursing
vs. Americans with Disabilities program in a county health department (CHD). The
CASE NO. 08-000029 CA FREDA M. MOORE a/kia Michele Haxrell Act (ADA), disabled per- CHD serves a county population of approximately
FREDAM. WHITE, Court Clerk sons who, because of their Portable Building Lark 11,000 inhabitants. The individual in this position
NOTICE OF Defendant November 20, 27, 2008 disabilities, need special 12 x 24 1 side door, gar- exercises independent judgment in formulating
FORECLOSURE SALE 9233T accommodation to particl- age door, 4 windows, I policies and procedures which have significant
CASE NO. 08-374-CA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT pate in this proceeding I metal roof and sides, I impact on service delivery and accountability. The
NOTICE IS HEREBY SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- should contact the ADA wood floor, $3,000 m employee performs duties under the supervision and
GIVEN pursuit to a Final NOTICE OF FORECLO- CUlT OF THE STATE OF Coordinator at 33 Market (850) 697 4531 g direction of the CHD Administrator, and may serve
dated October 27, 2008, TO CHAPTER 45P R FLRANKLIN COUNTY cola, FL 32320 or Tele as the Acting Administrator in the Administrator's
and entered in Case No. hAoATUERS5 LOR- ROAN T ne Volce/TDD (904) absence.This position is responsiblefor the integrity
08-000029 CA, of the Cir- IDA STATUTES IN PROBATE 653-8861 prior to such and confidentiality of data sets under his/her control.

cult Court of the Second NOTICE IS HEREBY IN RE: The Estate of proceeding. Incumbents may be required to perform emergency
Judicial Circuit in and for G santtana ANed F ROSENTHALy These tiny ads duty before, during, and/or beyond normal work
FRANKLIN County, Flor- JudGIVEN, p ursuant to a Final JAN Fsed. NTHAL, Dated this 13th day of No- sell, hire rent hours or days.
ida, wherein PROVIDENT dated November 3,2008vember, 2008. and inform for Please, choose one of the following for submitting
FUNDING ASSOCIATES, and entered in Case No. CASE NO. 08- 00054CP your application:
LP is a Plaintiff and JO- 08-374-CA, of the Circuit Marsha Johnson thousands of 1. Onlineat-
SEPH C. PATERNA; DE Court of the Second Judl- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clerk of the Circuit Court families each
ANNA PATERNA; UN- cial Circuit in and for By: Michele Maxwell 2. Fax your application to-
KNOWN TENANT #1; Frankn County, Florida, TO ALL PERSONS HAV- Deputy Clerk week. Let a little People Firt Staffng-Attn:DataEntry
UNKNOWN TENANT #2 whereinAPALACHICOLA ING CLAIMS OR DE-Law Office of Marshall C. Classified ad do a Put on the fax cover letter: For position #64027996
are Defendants. I will sell STATE BANK, A DIVISION MANDS AGAINST THE Watson big job for you. PleaseposttoPeopleFirstWebsite.
to the highest bidder for OF COASTAL COMMU- ESTATE:a o Watson big job for you. il your application to -People First Web site.
cash at, 11:00 AM on De- OF COBAKL COMMU ESTATE: 1800 NW 49th Street, The Classifieds 3Mail ou pl t ingAdministration,
member 4, 2008, thefollow- NITY BANKFREDA M. MOORE The ancilllaintiary admff Suite120 People First Staffing Administration,
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S s110 6140
2 br with sunroom in Lan- Office or home 6th St Port
ark Village. $425 month + St Joe Fl for Rent or Sale
$250 deposit Please call $1,000 monthly 2 br, 1 ba
509-2460 for more info please call 229-8622
Comfortable Modern Apt Port St. Joe- 3 br, 2ba, 1
with washer and dryer, cg, big yard, corner lot,
central AC, 2 bedrooms, 2 new paint ext, 9/08, new
baths, Ave E, Apalachicola roof, tile kitchen & baths.
$700 mo.,+ dep. Call 3285 Garrison Ave. Call
653-1240 or 670-1211. 850 545-4605
Lanark-V-illage gowars@mail chiles leon kl2fl us
Lanark Villae Year round rental on canal
Rental's in SGI, 2 br, 2 ba, nice
2 br, 1 ba, furn. with w/d yard. Boats welcomell No
$700 mo. incld. util. All pets. $795 mo. Call
new 2 br, 1 ba, furn, with 413-454-4253
w/d incld. util. $925 mo.
Furn. 2 br, 1 ba, incld util. k, 0
$775 mo. Rental's weekly
or monthly 850-697-2220 | 6170
or 850-509-3535
2 br, 1 ba
Huge lot, 3 Rivers Area
Carrabelle, $495 mo+ utili-
ties & dep. 850-653-3270
Lanark Village, 2 br, 1 ba,
Florida room, end unit,
$450 monthly + $200 dep
Spacious Lanark Village, 2
br 2 ba screened porch,
private. $600mo $300dep.
Landlord pays gas. Call Mr
Smith @ (850) 443-9668 or
(850) 697-2788. REAL TATE FOR SALE
: 7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
S 6120 7120 Commercial
St. George 7130- Condo/rownhouse
7140 -Farms & Ranches
Island 7150 Lots and Acreage
$160 wk, elec, Satellite, 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
Garbage included, pool ta- 7170 Waterfront
ble. 12'X65' deck with 7180Prop Investment
Beautiful view, Call 7190 Out-of-Town
850-653-5114 Real Estate
S7200 Timeshare

1 6130
Snow Birds/ 7100
Lanark Village Historic
1 br, 1 ba, Renovated/ fur- Cottage
nished end unit, new kitch House for sale by
and bath, mini. 4 month owner, Apalachicola, 2
lease $595/mo + dep., no br, 2 ba, historic cot-
smoking, pet considered. tage. 3 city lots, pool,
(850) 653-3838. pool house, guest
House, privacy fenced
yard, Totally renovated,
$450,000. Call
6140 850-323-0028
(2) 3 br, 1 ba $750 mo 850-841-0707
2 br, 1 ba, $650 mo
Nice neighborhood, Ave A, Port St. Joe, St. George
Eastpoint, $500 dep. Call Island and St. James Bay
670-8820 for information. Previously Bank Owned
Property. Priced way be-
1, & 2, br ow market value! Prices
Apalachicola, FL. starting at $35,000. Please
Call 850643 7740. call Counts Real Estate
Call-85--64--774- Group at 850-249-3615.
3 br, 2 ba House, w/ W/D
for rent in Apalachicola. Why Rent
Avail Jan 1st Yard w/cov- When You Can
Served deck, plus storage
shed, pets ok, call Own A Brand
850-653-5950 New Home?
3 br, 2 ba, 245 14th ST
Apalachicola, Florida THE AVENUES at
Fenced in back yard Call KEOUGH's LANDING
850-899-0117 Affordable Living on the
Forgotten Coast
3 br, 2 ba, house on River 3 bdrm, 2 bath homes
Rd, FP fncd in backyard. ranging from 1250-2000
REDUCED! $850 mo. Call sqft in Carrabelle's Newest
Maria 850-766-0357. Subdivision only 1/4 mile
Apalach Newer, 2 br, 2 from the Carrabelle River
ba, ch/a, dw, w/d, hkup, Prices from $159,900 to
sm. pet ok w/dep $725 mo $189,900
+ dep. Call 850-670-8266
Apalachicola, 187 Ave L, IPick your Lot
2 br 1 ba, renovated, Choose
vaulted ceilings, skylight, Your Model
w/d included, central air,
screened porch, fenced JillArcher REALTOR
yard, pets OK with dep., 1st Choice Real Estate
$680/ mo. Call 404- Now Services, Inc.
Accepting HUD 695-8367. (850) 528-5804
Beautiful brick 3 BR 2 BA
in Apalach -pine floors.
stone fireplace, master
suite w/ Jacuzzi. 2-car gar-
age, huge kitchen, fenced
yard. $900 mo Call
850-370-5064 for appt.
I u 8100 Antique & Collectibles
I House for Rent I 8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
13 Br 2 Ba w/carport and I 8130 Trucks
storage. Whispering 8140 Vans
Pines, East point 8150 Commercial
S$895/mo first, last, and 8160 Motorcycles
I security deposit year 8170 Auto Parts
lease Call 850-653-9341 & Accessories
or 813-293-2311 8210 Boats
L1 J 8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
s 8240 Boat & Marine
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Oif Road Vehicles
St. George Island Home 8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes
Furnished 2 br, 1.5 ba
ground level 3rd from
beach o/s shower
screened porch roof deck 8240
large living, and dinning Evinrude 1987, 70 HP
room, laundry $800 month new condition, control box,
plus utilities Please Call cable's & tank, must be
Joe at 215-570-9977 avail, seen, $1,500
Jan4 850-927-3210

B8 I The Times


Thursday, November 20, 2008

Auditions set for Panhandle Players production of "The Star Spangled Girl"

The Panhandle Players will hold au-
ditions for their late January produc-
tion of Neil Simon's comedy "The Star
Spangled Girl," on Monday and Tuesday,
Dec. 1 and 2, at 6 p.m., at the Eastpoint
"The Star Spangled Girl" features three
young people in their Salad Days, meaning

"their days of youthful inexperience." Andy
and Norman are agitated young men who
run Protest magazine out of their apart-
Norman does the writing, while Andy
fends off the creditors. Then, a "girl"
moves in next door: she is an Olympic
swimmer, she is from Arkansas, and her

name is Sophie.
One of the agitated young men is posi-
tively smitten; the other is too busy to no-
tice. Sophie knows the magazine is subver-
sive, but that guy that diverts the landlady
has diverted her attentions. People do the
silliest things when they're in that famous

The script calls for one woman and two
men. Candidates will read from the script.
Anyone interested in helping as stage crew,
lighting, sound effects, costuming or props
is encouraged to attend the auditions to
sign up.
Contact Dan Wheeler, the director, at
927-5067 for more information.


LOIS SWOBODA I Staff writer

CLEANING THE CAUSEWAY: On Saturday morning,
members of the Philaco conservation committee
cleaned up the west end of the causeway
between Eastpoint and Apalachicola. They
collected 28 bags of trash in three hours. Philaco,
the woman's club of Franklin County, is one of
the 12 oldest women's clubs in Florida. This year,
the conservation committee is focusing its efforts
on maintaining the causeway and supporting the
humane society.


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Carrabelle Waterfront
Partnership hosts
The Carrabelle Waterfront
Partnership will host a "Thank
You Carrabelle" meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 20 from 5 to
7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
of the Carrabelle Methodist
Church, 102 NE Avenue B.
All of the teams, volunteers
and citizens of the Carrabelle
area who helped "Chart the
Course for the Carrabelle Wa-
terfront" during the past year
are urged to attend. Also in-
vited to come to the meeting
are those with an interest in
public access, environmental
protection, hazard mitigation,
developing the economy or
historical preservation in Car-
rabelle. The group will share
successes to date and plans
for the projects to done in 2009


and goodies.
The Waterfronts Partner-
ship Steering Committee will
meet at 4 p.m. that afternoon
for its monthly business meet-
ing. Please join us.
Fbr more information,
please contact Tamara B. Al-
len at 697-2141.

Shoulder paving work
Lane closures will continue
along US 98 in Franklin Coun-
ty while Phoenix Construction
Services workers add paved
shoulders and install articu-
lating concrete block on the
Crewsbegan shoulderwork
on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Weekly
lane closures will continue.
Motorists are reminded
to use caution while travel-
ing through the construction

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