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County Approves Applying for




Beach Restoration Permit


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
They kept the beach ball tumbling
ahead.
County commissioners, during their reg-
ular bi-monthly meeting on Tuesday, unani-
mously approved a request to begin the
application process for a permit for the pro-
posed beach restoration project on St. Joseph
Peninsula.
The cost of the permit application, which
will be submitted for approval to the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection, will
be roughly $50,000, said county administra-
tor Don Butler.
The county Tourist Development Council
has committed $20,000 and the remaining
funds will be available as part of a fee waiver
from a state petroleum site cleanup program
which the county can earn.
"It (the permit application) will not affect
reserves or the cash carry forward," Butler
said. "This would give us a head start."
Last week. after a presentation bi Michael
Dombrowski. a.n engineer conductine-a feasi-
bility study, the Beach Ad\isonr Committee
chose to scale back the beach restoration
project due to conflicts with Eglin Air Force
property and the Stump Hole. where the
Florida Department of Transportationr is con-
ducung a study rega-rding maintaining C-30E
at the Stump Hole.
The beach restoration project will encom-
pass 5.9 miles it was originally more than-
. seven miles from the St. Joseph Peninsula
State Park to the just north of the Stump
Hole, or roughly the location of the old Dunes
Restaurant.
"The project will perform just as well if it's
the five point nine miles or the seven miles."
said Laurel Eiler with the Beach Advisory
Committee.
Addluonally. the new scope of the project
eliminates the proposal for eroins near the
Stump Hole to regulate current tlows and the
cost and length of permitting process should
be less than originally proposed.
"Now it's more like a ty-pical beach proj-
eet." Eiler said.
With no hard bottom below the water, no
seagrass issues in the area and appropriate
sand close to the project area. "We antici-
pate a pretty easy permitting process." Eiler
added.
Dombrowski had indicated that a mini-
mal scope of work was required to move for-
ward on the permit in advance of finalizing
costs of the project and the special assess-
ments which must be approved by voting





The Kin

By Despina Williams
Star Staff Writer
Paul Sewell has settled into a comfortable
routine.
He watches The Price is Rightl every
morning, and attends the Florida High School.
Athletic Association boys' basketball finals
every March.
The game show has its obv io u s attractions
enthusiastic contestants. fabulous prizes,
Bob Barker and his beauties.
"I'm addicted to that show like a man's
addicted to alcohol," Sewvell will tell you. but
he'd rather talk about basketball.
Which is why on Thursday morning. Sewell
unceremoniously
put Barker on mute
as he recounted
his latest and most
memorable trip to
the FHSAA finals.
it had been
an unforgettable
halftime at the
Lakeland Civic
Center on March
3.
Sewell and
lifelong friend
Morrell Bailey of
Altha were sitting
in the bleachers
when FHSAA
officialscalledthem
forx ard to receive
framed certificates Paul Sewell hands out tro
honoring their at the state tournament.


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residents within three special taxing districts
established last year, with gulf-front property,
owners bearing the greatest burden, before
the project can move forward.
The committee will work over the next 30-
45 days to finalize public beach access areas
to secure as much state matching money as
possible for the project, which is currently
estimated to cost about $18 million.
Depending on finalizing sufficient beach
access, the advisory committee is hopeful of
receiving about a 40 percent match from the
state.
Commissioners, on Tuesday, also
approved a request from the TDC to- levy an
additional one penny tourist bed tax, the
revenues from which would be earmarked
exclusively for beach restoration.
In other business taken up on Tuesday:
Doug Kent, executive director of the
Health Department, and Marshall Nelson,


the county's emergency manager, will host a
seminar on June 22 to discuss potentials and
scenarios for a flu pandemic.
Kent said with the avian flu spread-
ing around the globe see related article in
this newspaper the county needed to plan;
should such a pandemic impact the region.
The seminar, which will be open to the
public from 8:30 a.m. until noon and devoted
to key officials from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., is
being funded by a $6,000 grant.
"If they lose containment .(of the bird flu)
it's every community for itself," Kent said of
information from state and federal health
officials. "I know I am ge-tting ahead of myself,
but we,need to pre-plan for it."
There will be a community blood drive
in conjunction with Bay Medical Center at the
library on Thursday, the same day the county
will hold its annual Health Fair, which will be
at the Senior Citizens Center this year.


See Page 3A for more of Debbie Hooper's award winning aerial photography.


Wewahitchka to


Adopt Predator


Ordinance

By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
Sexual offenders and predators are not
welcome in Wewahitchka unless they are
looking for some swampland.
Recognizing a growing trend toward
restricting where sexual predators can live
and the high recidivism rate. among such
convicted felons, the City of Wewahitchka
is in the process of adopting an ordinance
which would bar sexual offenders or sexual
predators from taking up residence within
2,500 feet of a school, school bus stop, day
care center, park, playground or "other places
where children regularly congregate."
Effectively, the ordinance, for which city
commissioners held a first reading Monday
during their regular bi-monthly meeting, pro-
hibits individuals convicted of a sexual offense
involving a victim under the age of 16 from
establishing a permanent residence within
roughly a half-mile of any place in town where'
children gather and/or play.
The 2,500 foot limit would be measured
following a straight line from the outer prop-
erty line of the. residence to the nearest
property line of a school, bus stop, day care
center, etc.
Property owners are likewise prohibited
from renting or selling any residence to an
individual who would be impacted by the
ordinance, re: a sexual offender.
The Commission will hold a second read-
ing of the ordinance, after it has been prop-
erl\ advertised, in April.
The only exceptions to the ordinance are
those individuals who are minors or were
minors when the sexual offense was perpe--
trated or those convicted of such offenses
who _-have as of the date of the adoption
of the ordinance established a permanent
residence within 2.500 feet of those areas
designatcdi by the ordinance.
"This is modeled after the ordinance
in Panama City," said city manager Don
Minchew, adding that with similar ordinances
being considered or passed by other Bay
County municipalities such as Springfield
and Cedar Grove, Gulf County would look
increasingly attractive for sexual offenders
seeking a place to live in the region.
"Those ordinances leave very few places
in Bay County," Minchew said. "Where are
they going to go? We were very concerned."
So Commissioners decided to symboli-
cally and practically place a "Do Not Enter"
sign on the Gulf County line for sexual offend-
ers, particularly, as the ordinance notes, as
(See WEWA CITY on Page 15A)


of the Court


decades of attendance at the finals.
Se' ell. 68, has attended the finals for
50 years. and Bailey, 78, has for 60 years.
Occasionally; they ride to the games together.
Having spent so long as a spectators. Sewell
was shocked to find himself in the spotlight.
"You talk about a surprise. I never
dreamed of what -they'd come up with," said
Sewell, who in addition/ to a framed award
received a FHSAA windbreaker and a lifetime
pass -good for free admission to all Florida
high school athletic events.
At the same. Seawell and Baile, sat in
priority seats and had \'IP access to a lavish
buffet-style spread
'You can go in
there and eat with
rhebigboys Youcarn
go eat high on the
hog" said Se'aell.
who discarded his
peanuts in flavor of
tastier fare.
Fans jockeyed
fotr autographs.
and a.rn amused
Sewell obliged For
.. a fleeting momrrient.
i- he was the king of
the court.
As a youth,
Sewell played
basketball at an
Altdha hi2h school.
but his team
phies to the winning team was never a top
contender


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"I played four years, *
and we couldn't get to the
district, let alone the state
tournament," recalled
Sewell, who came to Port
St. Joe in 19'.62 and novw
resides in White City.
After years of waiting
for his home team to
make the finals, Sewell
"broke loose and went"
to his first championship
camne at ace 1.
He watched
Chattahoochee and
Lafayette duke it out
in the Universit of
Florida gvmnasiurn. and
vowed to return each
year, regardless of the
opponents. Paul Sewell hois
Over the past 50 he received for atte
years, Sewell has flolloed secutive years.
the tO-urnanments to Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
Gainesville and Lakeland.
His adventures at the finals have been
both heartening and harrowing
In the 1970s. Sewell "almost drowned" in
the Lakeland Civic Center. when bags meant
to capture rainwater from a leak', roof empued
on his head
"They th ought it was just a sriall leak.
and it was a fl,:,od.' said Sewell.
In 1969, as he and a group of friends
trav eled to ,Jacksonville to watch Port St Joe
High School play Howard of Ocala. a drunk
driver rammed his car into a Wakulla ditch.


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ending the boys' basketball state finals for 50 con-


With the aid of a highway patrolman.
Sewell arrived in Jacksonville and watched
the Sharks take its first state title.
Sewell witnessed the Sharks' four-year
winning streak under Coach Vernon Eppinette
11996-1999) and the basketball wizardry of
Coach Bill Dickson, a former Wewahitchka
High School player whose brain was hard-
wired for the sport.
"If \ou could see inside of his mind. it
would be a bunch of little basketballs." said
Sewell, who played against Dickson at Altha

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Star Staff Writer
County residents who
once traveled to Panama City's
Gulf Coast Medical Center to
receive basic services can now
save the trip, thanks to the
opening of an outpost family
practice clinic in Port St. Joe.
At last Thursday's
ribbon cutting ceremony
for the Gulf Coast Medical
Center Primary Care Clinic,
Gulf Coast president and
CEO Todd Gallati said the
.hospital's expansion into Gulf
County represented a "win-
win for the hospital and the
community."
"If you need hospital
service, Panama City is


Dr. Carroll Sutton is the clin-
ic's only physician.

certainly there for the


patients in the area, but it's
a shame to travel there for
basic diagnostics," he said.
The hospital had sought
to expand into the area for
some time, and received a
golden opportunity when Port
St. Joe doctors Anila and P.V.
Poonai retired last March.
Gallati began negotiations
with the Poonais in April
to lease their former office
building, located at 300 Long
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Aerial Photographer Makes PAPA Proud


By Despina Williams
Star Staff Writer
Debbie Hooper is still a
relative novice at aerial pho-
tography, having taken up
the hobby only four years
ago, but her skill at the art
form has earned her recog-
nition from an international
photography association.
Hooper picked up
four awards at the annu-
al Professional Aerial
Photographers Association
(PAPA) International
Conference, held Feb. 24-26
in Orlando.
She earned first place for
her cleverly-titled, "One Too
Many," which depicts the fall-
en remains of the St. George.
Island Lighthouse.


In her right hand, aerial photo
Hooper holds a photograph of
George Island Lighthouse that e
place at the Professional Aerial
Association (PAPA) International
Orlando. In her left, she holds a p
a beach scene that made the cover
terly magazine.

Images of the Panama
City paper mill, development
near St. Joe Bay and a play-
ful assemblage of pelicans
on Conch Island in Simmons
Bayou garnered second place
awards.
Hooper took the pelican
photograph from 500 feet a
few weeks before the contest,
and captured an image she
had been dying to add to her
repertoire.
"I've been wanting to get
these guys for a long time,"
she said.
"White Pelican", received
special praise from judge
Sibylle Allgaier at the award's


Hooper's image of the intact
St. George Island Lighthouse
was featured on the competi-
tion's promotional plaques.
presentation.
Allgaier complemented
the photograph's coloring,
harmony and diagonal lines
and applauded the contrast
of the sand and thepelican's
bright orange feet.
After serving as a con-
test judge
a few years
ago, Hooper
learned valu-
able les-
sons in good
(. composi-
tion and the
importance
of making a
strong first
impression.
Af ter
you know
how to do
the judg-
ing, you're
)grapher Debbie more critical
the fallen St. of your own
earned her first work," said
Photographers Hooper.
Conference in She cap-
plaque featuring tured the
rof PAPA's quar- win nin g
entries from
her Cessna


Robert E.


Cardinal 177RG using a
Cannon 1DS 11-megapixel
camera fitted with a 400 mm
zoom lens.
Hooper's work received
additional exposure when
PAPA president Julie Belanger
asked her to submit a Florida
image to adorn contest give-
aways.
A shot Hooper took of the
still intact St. George Island
lighthouse appeared on
attractive wall plaques given
to all contest participants.
Additional shots by
Hooper have graced the pages
of PAPA's quarterly magazine,
PAPA Views.
While Hooper has earned
praise for her striking aerial
photographs, her husband,
Jon, a computer program,
has received recognition for
his innovative contributions
to aerial photography tech-
nology.
He received the 2005
PAPA Innovation Award
for his Automated Camera
Controller software and is
currently completing another
aerial photography software
suite that tracks and refer-
ences aerial shots using mod-
ern GPS technology.
"They call him the genius
at PAPA International," said
Hooper.
With another contest year
over, Hooper has now set her
sights on the coveted Best of
Show Award.
"I haven't won one of
those yet. Maybe next year,"
laughed Hooper. "I've been
pushing."
And snapping.


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Eclipsing the Sun
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As temperatures rise, the wind becomes
gentle breeze from the south and the
-dpys a little bit longer, an annual spring
ritual has arrived.
That is the carving like cheese done
Sby the Legislature when it comes to the
-Sunshine Law.
-. The Legislature has been at work for
eeks trying to chip away at the founda-
tion of the laws aimed at ensuring open
meetings and government.
State lawmakers convene for at least
60 days every year and spend an inordi-
nate amount of that time and taxpayer
money at work attempting to carve out
Sekceptions to the state's law requiring
open meetings and records.
This year's pre-session report from
the First Amendment Foundation, a non-
profit watchdog group, ,runs eight pages,
front and back.
There are even 10 "shell" bills filed by
deadline to ensure, that some exemption
will be championed once that lawmaker
determines which direction to attack.
This makes it pretty much a sample
snapshot of how state lawmakers wile
away some a significant chunk of each
year, perpetually shaving and molding the
angle by which the public views govern-
ment.
See this list year after year and one
can begin to wonder just how much of the
Sunshine Laws actually remain intact.
The Sunshine Laws were once, and in
some corners remain, a model for provid-
ing the people, the taxpayers, the media,
thorough review of government at work.
Jt was the transparency which too much
governing lacked.
Now one tour of the marbled fourth
floor of the Capitol during the session and
the weeks leading up to it can attest that
in too many instances open government
is something Dorothy encountered in the
aftermath of that Kansas twister.
With so much at stake these days in
this region, though, this sort of mind-set
inmust become anathema for voters and
Taxpayers.
SAnd there is enough to give us pause.
Too many meetings are peppered with
Selected officials saying that any concerns
or questions they had about what was
'pr was riot on the agenda "had been
-answered" prior to the meeting.
Too many meetings lack the construc-
L tive dialogue on important and key issues
to the present and future, dialogue which
., should be coming in public from those who
-!: have been voted to represent the public.
Too many meetings have the feel of
an anti-climax, the final votes contained
within nothing more than an affirmation
of discussions individual officials have had
with staff, with those more involved with
K dav-to-dav operations or, maybe most
importantly, individual constituents.
Too many meetings have the feel of
*' occurring beyond the finish line.
We agree with city councilman John
;'. Reeves who said in a workshop this week
. that he would rather air significant de"i-
sions in a regular, or, we would presume,
'" special meeting that have commissioners


polled about their opinions individually.
When the issues involve taxpayer dol-
lars and this one, by chance, did there
is no reason the taxpayers, the public,
should not be provided insight into the
decisions of its officials.
The argument goes both ways.
The more the public understands gov-
ernment, the more informed the decisions
at the ballot box, a potential reward for
both officials and future candidates
- and the public.
Unfortunately, too much pixie dust,
apparently, falls from Tallahassee, we
would argue.
Is it not reasonable to wonder how
some officials can arrive, as a group, at
diametrically opposed views on a single
issue along the same timetable which lasts
less than a mere two weeks?
That occurred at least three times on
the County Commission in the past year,
the last coming with the machinations
surrounding who would hold the keys to
the jail.
We would easily argue that beyond the
fact that commissioners, other than Bill
Williams, who rightly warned his .peers
repeatedly about their actions, understood
so little about jail operations when they
moved to take it over, the worrying part
of that whole fiasco was the reversal two
weeks later.
Commissioners took over the jail and
gave it back with, when all the hot air was
boiled out, too little of what could be con-
strued as constructive debate.
The Sheriff evened arrived at the first
meeting armed with a letter of response,
typed in advance.
How do four individuals arrive at one
conclusion one week and the opposite two
weeks later? What does that say about the
leadership and decision-making involved?
What it says can be found in the dic-
tionary under "disheartening."
But the county is hardly the only gov-
erning body to be taken to task; County
Commissioners simply too consistently
provide the most vivid and oft times
comic-if-it-wasn't-true moments.
All this is more worrisome, we would,
argue, because there is too often a mute
button greeting the public. or at least a
public when 'the topic of conversation is
found to be unpleasant, be it animal con-
trol, or garbage along the streets or how-
government spends the money rolling into
its coffers.
And this all might.have been fine
when budgets were in the low millions.
when growth was something the basket-
ball coach was hoping for from his players-
year to year.
But budgets bulge annually as taxes,
soar, gravity is being applied to infrastruc-:
ture around the county and its municipal-
ities as development is poised to leap from
the .drawing board and decisions ripple
beyond next week, next month, next year,
in some cases this decade.;
And the sad fact is that in a 'state
which touts its sunshine, the public is too0
often left 'in the dark.


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by Tim Croft
Star New.s Editor


.The Spirit of Volunteerism
Lauren Cain. the bureau season seems like a mighty,
chief for Consumer Outreach tall task from here.
.from the Florida Department The Coalition: meeting is
.' of Financial Services Division at 11 a.m. ET on March 24 in
.of Consumer Services con- the Port St. Joe. Fire Station.
sider yourself dared to say Speaking of the coalition,
that three times real fast will and the folks who are work-
be in town next Friday. ing on the question of beach
She will come to speak re-nourishment and those
on homeowner's insurance involved with the economic
reform, which she will address development isioning and the
before the Gulf County strategic planning commit-
Affordable Housing Coalition, tee and Habitat for Humanity
%which in partnership \\ith and ... let's conserve breath.
the Gulf County Community They are what make this
Development Council again, community one in which so
three times, real fast invited many want to stay, even as
Cain to speak. high taxes threaten to send
Cain works for the state's them! running to the Dakotas
Chief Financial Officer. Tom or .Wyoming or some other
Gallagher, who is pushing far-flung spot on the map..
this year to keep insurers Maybe too often, the same
in the state while reining in names sounded, off when
premiums, which given' the attendance at these various
havoc of recent hurricane groups are taken,- but the


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We're in Good Hands?


Governor Jeb Bush
announced a few days back
that insurance rates in
Florida were going up. Again.
He mentioned the eight hur-
ricanes in the last couple of
years as the main culprit for
this increase. I am certainly
not knowledgeable enough
in the insurance business
to take exception to, or even
comment on, regulations
that govern what those com-
panies can charge.
But I hearken back to
a few insurance salesmen I
have known over the years
and a few questions just
naturally come to mind.
Mr. Willis McAlheny
would sit in the big chair out
on the front porch and say,
"Lonnie, you've got to have
insurance. You just can't
take a chance where your
family is concerned!".
My Father would stare
down toward the cotton. He
wouldn't say nothing for
what seemed like an eter-
nity. 'Course, I couldn't have
been more than six or seven.
Eternity wasn't but about
ten seconds back in those
days! And I had no idea
that Dad was calculating the
weather, wind, bole weevils,'
the market in Memphis. the
price for pickers, gas for the
old flatbed truck, ginning:
cost and I don't know what
all else... against the price
Mr. Willis was quoting for
the cotton insurance.
Mr. McAlheny was an
all purpose insurance agent.
He had policies for your car,
house, boat, wagon. tractor,
mule or day workers. I don't
really remember what all
Dad had insured besides the
house. But Willis showed up
like clock work every month
to collect money from us.
Dad questioned the price,
of the cotton policy. "Lonnie,
that is the best I can do!
These prices are set. by the
company. You know that if
I could give: you a better.
deal. I would. You just don't
need to take a chance. You
remember that hail storm


the desire for attention or
dollars.
A couple of weeks ago
it was mentioned during a
Port St. Joe City Commission
meeting that "education" was
needed on a particular issue
brought before the board.
Well take hold of. that
concept anid extrapolate ..
consider the efforts of the
volunteers of this community,
to understand just how this
community stands apart; and
also to comprehend how to
ensure that it always does.
Clemmons an All-Star
Coming off an. excellent
senior season, Port St. Joe
basketball player Gekeela
Clemmons has been select-
ed to the North squad for
the Florida Athletic Coaches
Associaton North-South All-
Star Basketball Classic.
The game will be played
7 p.m. ET on March 18 at
Central Florida Community
College in Ocala.
No Ocean Fin-ale
That was the head-
line above a short story ina
recent Denver Post regarding-
the young man who lost a
leg after being attacked by a.
shark off Cape San Blas last


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that came through last
August."
That stormed ruined
half of our cotton. As it did
everyone for miles around.
You would have thought the
shortage would have jacked
the price up. But they had a
bumper cotton crop in Texas
and Oklahoma and Kansas
and buyers in Memphis just
shifted their operations to
the west.
"I remember the storm."
Dad's gaze moved back
toward the cotton. "What I
don't remember is the last
time the insurance company
took a chancel"
The summer of 1968 I
worked in the home office
of The National Life and
Accident Insurance Company
in Nashville. Three things
stand out in my memory
bank from that' experience:
that insurance company
owned a radio station that
owned the world famous
Grand Ole Opry; every exec-
utive up on the top floor
drove a big, 'new Cadillac;
and every Monday morning
that insurance company had
nine million dollars collected
from their debit insurance
from the previous week to
invest in something.,
Nine million dollars! And
this was 19681 I was 21
years old. I didn't believe
there was that much money
in the world! And they had to
try to find a way to "get it in
something so it would make
them more money" each and
every Monday morning that
rolled around. It was really a
"problem" for the company.
They were buying airplanes
(that would use of a huge
chunk of cash quickly) and
leasing them to the big air-.
lines.
We didn't have that prob-
'lem back in the late fifties
pulling that cotton out of the
field one.,agonizing bole at a
time. I have tried so hard.to
think back, but I just can't
remember what kind of car
Mr. McAlheny drove.
Today I've got house.
insurance, car insurance,
health insurance, dental
insurance, liability insur-.
ance, furniture insurance
and extended warranties. I,
don't have cotton insurance
or 'life insurance. I don't
have the former because I
quit that business the day I
left home. And I don't have


year.
The .Tennessee 17-year-
old is, according to the report,
in San Diego training for a
tag-team triathlon.,
Hutto lost most of his,
right leg last summer when
attacked by a bull shark
while fishing off St. Joseph
Peninsula.
He also suffered severe
:injuries to his hands.
But Hutto is aiming to
swim in November as' part
of the San Diego Triathlon
Challenge, his first time in
the ocean since the 'shark
attack.
: What are the odds of'
something like that' (shark
attack) happening' again?".
Hutto is quoted in the Denver"
Post. "You can't worry about
stuff like 'that. I'll probably
be nervous but it's all in your
head. It could happen again.
but most likely it won't."
We should all bathe in
such attitude when faced with,
adversity.
Election Question
The voters in Port St. Joe
will later this year be asked,
to amend the city's charter to
allow for longer terms for its
council members.
Apparently, city officials


the letter because I don't
want nothing that I have got
to die to collect!
I have paJd my fair share
of insurance over the years.
I worked in the insurance
business for a whole thir-
teen weeks. And i still don't
understand how it works.,
When our cotton crop
failed we didn't get to go to
the governor and "declare"
a bad year and so we could
automatically "up the price"
the following fall. Dad hauled
corn for Slick Tosh to make
extra money. When Slick
ran off-to Mississippi didn't
no one from the govern-
ment show up with a plan
to replace our cash flow.
When our hogs all died of
the cholera we couldn't even
get anybody to come out and
help us bury them.
It seems to the untrained
eye here that the insurance
companies might be getting
a break that my Dad didn't
get!
If a bunch of hurricanes
.hit in a short period of
time, don't raise our prices!
Make'em use some of that
hurricane coverage they're
collecting from folks in Texas
and Oklahoma and Kansas.
Shift some of the funds col-
lected from the earthquake
policies in North Dakota
down to Florida. Before our
prices .double and triple,
make them companies' sale
some 'of their radio stations.
Get them guys up on the top
floor to drive Yugos.
They have those board
meetings every month to try
to figure out ways to "rake
in" more for the company.
Let some of those Harvard
business school grads figure
at just one of those meet-
ings how not to choke off the
source! I wonder what would
happen if we went a couple
of years without any hurri-
canes. Would we get some of
our money back? Would our
rates .go down? Would 'the
top floor guys go to driving
Ferraris?
No wonder Dad stared
out at the cotton for so
"long....
Respectfully,
Kesley
have had some discussions
about the possibility of'the
city which currently holds
its elections in the spring of
even-numbered years mov-
ing ballot day to the fall, when
all other elections are held.
There might be a cost sav-
ings and there would certain-
ly seem to be some efficiency
saving involved for the folks in
Supervisor of Elections Linda
Griffin's office.:
'To make the move to fall
easier on the city's wallet .and
Griffin's office, though, the
'city would have to change its
charter to permit members.
of the Commission to serve
four-year.terms instead of the
current, two.
This question' has been
put to voters at least once,
before, but that was during
an election year in which it
was the only question on the
ballot and while it was defeat-
ed, the turnout was less than
representative.
Putting the question
before city voters in a referen-
dum on a fall ballot which is
packed with several local and
state races of import would
provide more of a sample for
officials to act.


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Hoop Memories


in the early 1950s.
Sewell's All-Star team
includes Port St. Joe's David
Langston, whom he described
as "as good as they come,"
and Pensacola Catholic's
"Sudden" Sam McCants, the
greatest athlete Sewell ever
observed.
McCants scored 51
and 48 points respectively
in the 1971 semifinal and
championship games.
Sewell has witnessed
many changes in the game,
from the addition of the
three-point shot to the
predominance of players that
are "bigger, stronger and
taller," than ever before.
While Sewell believes
basketball has evolved into
a faster paced and more
exciting sport, he is troubled
by what he describes as an
increasingly uneven playing
field.
In recent years, private
schools have begun recruiting
players from within the state
and overseas, a practice


that we're in will never be able
to compete down there."
Sewell sites the Sharks'
63-34 loss to Arlington
Country Day in the semi-


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Though the changes in
the game have lessened his
enjoyment, Sewell remains a
die-hard fan.
He shares this feeling


With Paul Sewell's commendation came multiple requests for
autographs.


finals as a prime example.
Sewell believes Arlington's
recruitment practices and
its impossibly tall athletes


(At left) Morrell Bailey, who has attended the state finals for 60
years, and Paul Sewell (center) join FHSAA officials on the court to
receive their awards.


Sewell believes gives them
an unfair advantage over
smaller, rural schools.
"It needs to be dealt
with because it's unfair to
schools like Apalach, St. Joe
and Wewa," said Sewell. "The
smaller schools in the class


(Jason Bennett and A.J.
Stewart measure 7'3" and
6'8", respectively) rendered a
Shark victory impossible.
"You ain't going to beat
nobody with a stacked deck.
I'll tell that on top of the
mountain," said Sewell.


with the many friends he has
made at the finals over the
years.
At this year's game, Sewell
was reminded of his friend,


Bill Dunigan, who traveled
with him to the finals for 35
years before his confinement
in a nursing home.
Sewell remembered
Dunigan when he glanced at
the FHSAA clock keeper, one
of Dunigan's good friends,
and could not restrain his
emotions.
"I broke down and cried
and I'm a big man," said
Sewell. "I'll get tough when I
need to get tough, but I still
have a soft spot."
Dunigan and Sewell went
to work at the paper mill on the
same day in 1962 and struck
up an instant friendship.
"He'd of been right there
if his health would've let him,"
noted Sewell.
Sewell acknowledges that
50 years is a long time to do
anything, and has threatened
to stop going to the finals if
and when they are held in
Miami.
"If it goes to Miami, I'll
have to give it up," Sewell
pledged. "That's just too rough
a place. You might not have a
car when you get out."
But Sewell's threats are
often hollow.
Sewell has said his
basketball watching days are


Paul Sewell's son, Marvin, who lives in Atlanta, joined him at
this year's finals.


over for the last 50 years.
"A month or two before
(the finals), I say, 'I just ain't
going this year,' and all the
time I'm packing ready to go,"
said Sewell.
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the game always brings, him
back.
"It's just like a person that
likes to play golf," explaliaed
Sewell. "It just gets in _your
blood."


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By Marie Logan
Star Staff Writer
Mexico Beach city
council members Robert
Ginsburg and Gary
Woodham have been re-
elected without opposition
since no other candidates
filed for either position by
qualification deadline. Both
will serve another two-year
term on the city council.
The city and the Mexico
Beach Civic Association held
a fish fry Saturday, March
4, at Sunset Park to benefit
Mexico Beach's adopted city
of Pearlington, Mississippi.
The event raised a little over
$1,300 for on-going relief
efforts.
The Mexico Beach Civic
Association hosted repre-
sentatives from Opportunity
Florida Wednesday, March
8, to hear information about
the next segment of the pro-
posed Gulf to Bay Parkway,


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the completed side some-
time this week.
And last, but not least:
this is not technically in
Mexico Beach, but close
enough...
People have noticed two
black gorilla statues that
look suspiciously like the
gorillas from Harry A's Porch
Club on St .George Island,


The Great Gorilla Migration
meeting. He talked about


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The Mexico Beach Department of Safety asks all drivers to pay particular attention while turning
into and out of the boat ramp parking area on the north side of U.S. 98, and into and out of Canal
Parkway and 42nd Street on the south side of U.S. 98.
Visibility is severely limited because of the rise in the new bridge and because the right turn
from Canal Parkway is set at the wrong angle, allowing no space for a right turn without moving into


the noise issue and the
Slight path of base planes,
in reference to the proposed
St. Joe development on the
west end of town.
.* The 5th Annual Fire
Sale, to benefit the Mexico
Beach Volunteer Fire
Department (MBVFD), will
be held Saturday, March 25,
beginning at 7 a.m. C.T.
at the Mexico Beach Fire
Department, 118 North 14th
Street.
All proceeds go to sup-
port the MBVFD.
This year people may
rent space at the event and
hold a sale of their own.
Call. Laura Metcalf to reserve
space, 648-4790.
Donations for the sale
may be dropped off at the
Fire Hall Monday-Friday,
8'a.m.-4 p.m. C.T. until
Tuesday, March 21.
Progress on the new
bridge at the west end of
town has suddenly picked
up in the last three weeks.
One side is completed and,


standing guard at a town-
house beside the Lookout
Lounge, just east of CR386.
They are, indeed, from
the island's famous watering
hole, and are, for now, mak-
ing their home in Beacon
Hill.
Harry A's, by the way,
is slated to reopen in three
to four weeks, according to
sources, and will remain a
food and drink hot spot.


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Split Four;


Record at


4-4


The bus didn't show up
last Thursday and the Port
St. Joe High School baseball
team followed that by drop-
ping two on the road over
the weekend as the Sharks'
record slipped to 3-4 on the
season.
The Sharks did take
their second district win of
the season, last Thursday
when West Gadsden never
showed up for a 7 p.m. con-
test. According to school offi-
cials, there was no one to
drive the West Gadsden bus
to Port St. Joe so the game
goes into the record book as
a 1-0 Port St. Joe win.


Friday, March 10
Bainbridge (Ga.) 2,
Port St. Joe 1
Sophomore Matt Gannon
(0-1) pitched a strong game
and had two of the Sharks'
six hits but it was not enough
as Port St. Joe dropped a
close one as Bainbridge
scored on its final at-bat in
a game played at Chipola
Junior College.
Gannon went 6 1/3
innings, allowing just two
hits, walking two and allow-
ing two runs, just one earned.
Gannon struck out seven.
Austin Peltier pitched
the final 2/3 of an inning,


Coach Kurnitsky Says Thanks


Dear Tiger Shark
Basketball Fans:

On behalf of the team
and the coaching staff, I
would like to thank you for
all of your support this sea-
son. Our march to Lakeland
could not of been possible
without your help and sup-'
port. You are the greatest
fans in the world!!! Our pro-
gram has achieved lopts of
success on the court and in
the classroom this year. I
tell the team every day, that
our program stands for more
than wins and losses. We


want our student-athletes to
be solid citizens, role mod-
els and achieve high levels
of academic success. Our
program motto ,will never
change- "Teaching Values
and Sharing Dreams." I
would also like to apologize
if I offended anyone with my
remarks on the air following
the state tournament. Once
again thank you for your
continued support.
Yours in Basketball,
Derek Kurnitsky
Head Basketball Coach
Port St. Joe High School


allowing a hit and walking
one batter.
Gannon was 2 for 3 at
the plate with a single and a
double. Peltier was also 2 for
3 with a single and triple and
Corbin Vickery added a pair
of singles in three at-bats.
Justin Henderson had
an RBI.
All the scoring came in
the final three innings, with
Bainbridge jumping on top
with one run in the fifth, Port
St. Joe answering with a run
in the top of the sixth and
Bainbridge plating the win-
ning run in the final frame.
Saturday, March 11
Vernon 8,
Port St. Joe 6
Another tight game tilt-
ed the other way for the
visiting Sharks who found
themselves in an early hole
as Vernon jumped out for
six runs in the first two
innings.
Port St. Joe scored one
in the first and three in the
second to stay within strik-
ing distance and knotted the
score at 6-6 with two runs in
the top of the fourth.
But Vernon responded
with two runs in the bottom
of the fourth and held on for
the victory.
Henderson (1-2) start-
ed and went three innings.
allowing nine hits and eight


earned runs. He struck out
one and walked three.
Andrew Furr pitched the
final three innings, allowing
two hits and walking one
while striking out six.
Jordan Todd was 2 for 3
with two RBI. Austin Peltier
was also 2 for 3 with two RBI
and Henderson had a two-
run single in two at-bats.
Monday, March 13
Port St. Joe 4,
Marianna 2
Peltier (2-0) pitched six
strong innings, the Sharks
scored the two pivotal runs
in the top ,of the seventh
inning and| Sidney Harris
made three key defensive
plays as visiting Port St. Joe
evened its record.
Peltier allowed six hits
and walked three while giv-
ing up two earned runs. He
struck out f6ur.
Peltier was also 2 for 3
with an RBI ito help pace the
Shark attack.
Matt Gannon earned ,the
save with onfe inning of shut-
out pitching, allowing one hit
and striking: out one.
In addition to his stel-
lar defense at third base,
Harris was 1 for 3 with an
RBI single. :
Hendersbn was 2 for 4
with a single and a double
and Andrew Purr had an RBI
single in three at-bats.


The Sharks are at
Liberty County for a district
tilt on Thursday before host-
ing Florida High at noon on
Saturday.
"We're struggling right
now a little bit," said Coach
Chuck Gannon, who has
had to replace 11 seniors


from last year's squad. "We
need to get better pitching,
our pitchers are struggling.
And we aren't hitting the
ball right now. Plus we are
making errors and when we
make them they seem to be
costly errors."


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Pre K Josh Richards, Kindergarten Taylor Todd, First Quavis
Hamilton Second Delilah Harrison Third Hunter Baumgardner


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Por0t St. JOe Track Season Begmins PSJ Student Accepted into People


The Sharks opened their season on the track and fields
earlier this month and has showed strength in two meets thus
far.
Friday, March 4
A small number of athletes representing the' Middle
School and High School tearns participated in the Chiles
Relays in Tallahassee. .,
Zack Norris won the discus and Ashleigh Lewis was sec-
ond and Megan Williams third in the 1,600 meters. Will Just
tied for third in the pole vault with a jump of 11 feet and Sam
Ellmer recorded a personal best of 10-6 in the pole vault. ft.
6 inches.
Wednesday, March 8
A full squad representing the middle and high school
teams competed in the Track and Field Meet at Bristol.
Results are as follows:


Long Jump
High Jump

Shot Put
Discus,
110 meter hurdles
100 meter run

1,600 meter run

3,200 meter run
4 x 100 meters


Boys
Ash Parker
Will Just .
Sam Ellmer
Zack Norris
Zack Norris
Corderyl Hutchinson
Chaz Byrd
Shane Duty
Evan Protsman
Chris Schell-
Evan Protsman
Chris Schell
Chaz Byrd, Shane Duty


. 5th place
4th place
5th place
1st place
1st place
3rd place
3rd place
6th place
2nd place
3rd place
1st place
2nd place


Triple Jump


High Jump
Shot Put
100 meter hurdles

100 meters
200 meters


300 meters
400 meters


1,600 meter run


3,200 meter run


4 x 100 meter relay

4 x 400 meter relay


Will Just, Sam Ellmer
Will Just
Sam Ellmer

Girls
Gekeela Clemmons
Samone Smiley
Kayla Parker
Erin Bailey
Kayla Parker
Gekeela Clemmons
Kayla Parker
Kacey Thomas
Dajon Williams
Erin Bailey
Taylor Byrd
Natalie Tatha-Nahandy
Fanequa Larry
Megan Williams


Ashleigh Lewis
Erica Protsman
Ashleigh Lewis
Megan Williams
Erica Protsman


Fanequa Larry, Gekeela Clem
Kacey Thomas, Kayla Parker
Taylor Byrd, Natalie Tatha-Na
Fanequa Larry, Kacey Thomas


2nd place
3rd place


4th plage Michelle Hiscock,
a student at Port St. Joe
Middle School,. has been
.th place accepted into the People to
1st place People World Leadership
1st place Forum. Hiscock will join
2nd place a select group of students
1st place in Washington, D.C., March
4th place 20-26 to earn high school
1st place credit while studying, lead-
2nd place ership and exploring some
4th place of the United .States' most
3rd place prominent monuments and
1st place institutions.
2nd place From Capitol Hill to the
3rd place Smithsonian Institute, and
2nd place from Colonial Williamsburg
to the National Museum of
3rd place American leadership during
4th place times of national challenge
1st place and prosperity. Forum del-
2nd place gates will also participate in\
4th place small-group discussions and
mons exercises to experience first-
1st place hand how successful lead-
ihandy ers develop strategies, make

hds y decisions,: build consensus,
1st place and foster change.
place Hiscock was nominated


and accepted for the honor
based on outstanding scho-
lastic merit, civic involve-
ment and leadership poten-
tial.
The program is coordi-
nated by People to People
Student Ambassador
Programs to fulfill the vision
Dwight D. Eisenhower had
fostering world citizenship.
when he founded People to
People during his presidency
in 1956.


STAR PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Port St. Joe High School

M att 1 Samone

n Gannon Smiley


SG a n n o n,
a sophomore
,pitcher/infield-
er, threw six
strong innings,
striking out
seven an allowing just one earned
run, in a 2-1 loss, to Bainbridge
(Ga.) High. At the plate, Gannon
had a double and a single.


Smiley, a
sop h om ore,
w\von the shot
|put during a
track meet at
Liberty County
last week.


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Improve
The Wewahitchka High Ashley
School softball team contin- Barnes, Iv
ued its winning ways this Mandy Ro
past week, allowing just two hits a
three runs while sweeping won their
four games. contest.
On the season, the Lady Thurs
Gator pitching staff has Wewa
allowed just seven runs. Libel
Tuesday, March 7 Saman
Wewahitchka 21, Samantha
West Gadsden 2 bined on
Visiting West Gadsden Wewahitcl
was not match for the Lady ond-straig
Gators in a game decided Bristol.
after four innings on the Rich, a
mercy rule. the first f(
Misty Robbins picked up ing out r
her first victory of the year, no hits.
fanning five in four innings Green,
of.work. the final


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listy Robbins and
bbins all collected
.s the Lady Gators
first District 4-2A
sday, March 9
ahitchka 12,
rty County 0
ntha Rich and
a Green com-
a one-hitter as
hka won its sec-
ht district game at
freshman, pitched
our innings, strik-
nine and allowing
, a junior, pitched
two innings while


10-0
striking out two and allowir
a single.
Green was 2 for 3
the plate while Rich ar
Summer Grice each he
three singles.
Leigh Ann Mayo had
double and two singles, Tc
Bowles has two singles, Mis
Robbins, Hannah Price ar
Samantha Wade all single
and Mandy Robbins provi
ed a double as Wewahitchi
pounded out 17 hits.
"riday, March 10
IWewahitchka 5,
Port St. Joe 0
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The Lady Gators scratched out unearned runs in the first inning including this one which scored on
a sacrifice bunt fielded by Lady Shark pitcher Kayla Minger.


Fourth Annual Kids Win Fishing 1
The Port St. Joe Marina the 4th annual KIDS .WIN 1 any local businesses
and the Port St. Joe Lion's FISHING TOURNAMENT on and individuals are spon-
Club are proud to be hosting Saturday, April 15. scoring this event through
donations and contribu-
tions, though sponsors are
still being sought to support
,. .... the event.
The event is open to all
+ youngsters ages 3 through
-.--- 16, with the first 200 regis-
Strants receiving a new rod'&
'" reele, tackle box, and goodie
ag. The registration fee will
".be minimal so all KIDS WIN
"just y entering. There will
be first-, second- and third-
place trophies awarded in 6
fish species.
A youngster may only
be entered by an adult with
registration to begin April
1 and end at 6 p.m. Friday
evening, April 14 at the Port
-St. Joe Marina.
On Friday evening at


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Leigh Ann Mayo Samantha Rich
.Mayo, a junior outfielder, was 6 for 10 on the week, with two doubles, a triple and
five RBI in the Lady Gators' four wins. Rich, a freshman pitcher/infielder, shut down Port
St. Joe with 17 strikeouts in.seven innings, allowing four hits and no runs. Rich also had
a single, double and triple in a win over Altha, a home run against Port St. Joe and three
singles in a win over Liberty County.




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Freshman Samantha Rich struck out 17 in seven innings while shutting out Port St. Joe last Friday
night. Rich also crushed a home run to left field.


manufacture a 3-0 lead after
one inning and Rich made it
stand up by striking out 17
and allowing just four hits in
seven innings for the win.
Rich was dominating
from the outset and the Lady
Sharks made a couple of
base-running mistakes when
they did reach base to aid
the Lady Gator cause.
Wewahitchka (3-0 in
District 4-2A) scored three
unearned runs in the first
inning, with' Port -St. Joe
making two errors and pitch-
er Kayla Minger firing a pair
of wild pitches. A sacrifice
bunt also plated a run in the
inning and Leigh Ann Mayo's
triple was the big hit in the
inning.
But Minger settled down,
allowing a triple by Green
and a home run by Rich
in the later innings as the
Lady Gators padded the final
margin.
Green was 2 for 4 includ-
ing the triple and Rich's
home run was a blast over
the left-field fence.
Megan Peak hada single
and Mayo a triple in a game
which after the first inning
was well-played and excit-
ing, with Port St. Joe never
managing to string together
enough offense in any inning


tournament
6:30 p.m. ET a meeting will
be held at the marina to
review rules and information.
Fishing will take place from
7:00 a.m. through 12 Noon
on Saturday, April 15th,
with weigh-in and refresh-:
ments to begin immediately
thereafter.
This is an "In-Shore" /
"Near Shore" / "Intra Coastal
Waterway" fishing event (no
more than five miles from
shore and to include fish
caught in the ICW). Kids can
fish alone or with an adult
(the child must "reel-in" the
fish). Fishing can be from
a boat,, dock, pier, wading,
beach, or shore.
Look for additional infor-
mation in the weeks to come
and make plans to attend
this exciting family event.


Date
March 16
March 17
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March 23-25


March 17-18 .
March 20
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to touch Rich.
Monday, March 13
Wewahitchka 18, Altha 1
The Lady Gators (10-0
overall) pounded 20 hits and
Green and Misty Robbins
combined to allow no hits in
another game decided by the
mercy rule, this one after five
innings.
Green pitched the first
four innings, striking out 10
and allowing a single earned
run which came in on a
walk.
Misty Robbins finished
up, putting down the only
three batters she faced in the
fifth inning, one by strike-
out.


Green was also 2 for 5
at the plate, with a grand
slam home run, a triple and
five RBI.
Hannah Price was 3 for 5
with two singles and a home
run. Rich had a single, dou-
ble and triple and Summer
Grice had three singles.
Mayo had two singles
and drove in four runs,
Misty Robbins had a two RBI
single, Lenina Wiles singled
twice and Mandy, Robbins,
Chelsea Pettis and Wade
each added a single.
Wewahitchka is at West
Gadsden on Thursday before
traveling to Tallah ssee for a
weekend tournament.


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House design,
windbreaks, landscaping,
proper trees and
plants all these are
key components for
building a hurricane-
resistant home.
D u r i n g
hurricanes a
number of weather
conditions may be
present, sometimes
simultaneously:
wind, wind borne
debris, water, flash
floods, riverine
flooding, storm
surge, tornadoes,
downbursts of 300 miles per
hour.


With all that occurs
during a hurricane, what else,
if anything can a homeowner
do to help mitigate the impact


of the devastating seasonal
storms that strike the coastal


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Location, Location
"To me, it's all about
location, location,
location," said Marshall
Nelson, Director of the
Gulf County Emergency
' -- Management Office.
"That is the number
one thing people should
look at when buying or
building in Gulf County,
or anywhere along the
coast."
Nelson said people
must do their homework,
and look at wind and
storm surge issues in
coastal areas.
"If you build up, you're
going to get storm surge and
wind damage. Anything you
can use to eliminate that wind
lifting up concrete housing,
round designs you need to
consider."
Nelson continued by
saying if people looked back
at the first settlers in the
U.S., and looked where they
built, "it was on high, dry
ground, not on the beach, not
in riverine valleys or between
mountains."
Nelson's advice for
people along the coast: look
at historical facts, talk to
locals, talk to the emergency
management, officials,
"basically do your homework
before you build or buy."
Nelson also cautioned
homeowners to look at their
current landscaping and
to plan carefully for future
plantings.
"Make sure there are no
trees in your yard that will lay
down on your house during a
storm," he said.
For residents of northern
Gulf County, Nelson said
to remember the dangers of
inland flooding.
Statistics show that
more people die from storm
surge and flooding during
hurricanes than from wind.
But he also reminded
them that they are not
immune to hurricane force
winds.


"From the coast, it's only
16 miles as the crow flies to
Wewahitchka," said Nelson.
"Regardless of what people in
Wewa think, the winds from
a hurricane at the coast will
reach Wewa in just a few
minutes."
How Safe Is Safe?
Another building aspect
gaining popularity in many
areas, including the Gulf
Coast, is the "safe room."
Nelson agreed that safe
rooms are useful indeed.'
is building one ir. h.- nev.i
home. But he I -:':. -..-
people have to realize- tlct
safe rooms are -realv for
wind protection, irnt waterr
protection.
According to Nelr-:r. .a
safe room is not appropriate.
for housing
along the coast
or in flood zones,
because they
are not flood
proof. "It's a
temporary place
to hide from the
wind," he said.
The Federal
Emergency ..
Management .
Agency (FEMA) ..
offers a 28-page ,
book, online '
called Taking
Shelter From
the Storm:
Building a Safe
Room Inside
Your House
(FEMA 320 Publication).
It includes construction
plans and cost estimates for


safe rooms, and uses research
from the Wind Engineering
Research Center at Texas
Tech University.
Site-built safe rooms can
be constructed according to
the FEMA guidelines in this
particular publication, but
deviations from this book and
manufactured safe rooms
must be tested at an approved
laboratory, such as the Wind
Science and Engineering
Research Center at Texas


Tech University.
Two warnings
highlighted in the book:


* No safe room should be
built in a house supported
by pilings, piers or columns
because there is 'no
economical way to separate
the shelter from the floor
framing and ensure that the
shelter will withstand the
forces of extreme winds.
* Protection from wind.
provided by safe rooms
is quickly negated when
stranded homeowners find
themselves trapped by flood
waters.
** ..', Basic
Design
.All
components
7 of a safe
r o o m ,
"C .including
Sw a 1 1 s
S ': .. ceilings.,
and door
assemblies,
must be
designed
and tested
to resist the
spe cified.
S w i n d-
forces, and
to prevent
perforauorn of the room.
by wind-borne debris. ,.
S* Sal'e rooms can be sitp-,
Sbuilt or manufactured,
and can be installed in
new or existing homes..,_.
Sale rooms can
: be constructed with
concrete, concrete
masonry, and

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Hurricanes
combinations of wood frame
and steel sheathing, or
concrete masonry infill.
Safe rooms can be
located anywhere on the
first floor, in a basement, or
outside.
Safe rooms must be
designed for wind speeds
up to 250 mph, and debris
impacts from a 15 pound 2
x 4 board traveling at 100
mph.
Safe rooms must be
structurally isolated from the
main structure of the home.
Safe rooms must be
securely anchored to the
foundation.
Safe rooms installed in
or over a crawl space must
have a separate foundation.
Safe rooms must have
adequate ventilation.
Room To Roam
While safe rooms
built primarily for tornado
protection can be slightly
smaller, rooms intended for
hurricane protection must be
at least bearable in comfort.
Since hurricanes can last
up'to 12 hours, a safe room
built for hurricane protection
should encompass about 10
square feet per person.
' 'A shelter of 64 square
feet, with a maximum wall
length of- eight feet, can
accommodate up to six people
in'reasonable comfort.
Necessities, like water
and toilet facilities, should be
provided.
-FEMA guidelines suggest
if a shelter is built with
any wall longer than eight
feet, a licensed professional
engineer or architect should
be-consulted.
Shelter Costs
Safe room costs vary
according to size; location;
number of exterior walls used
in construction; type of door
installed: type of foundation
on which the house is built;
and whether building into a
new house or. retrofitting an
existing house.
According to the FEMA
guidelines. average costs for
an eight-foot by eight-foot (64
square foot shelter in a new
house range as follows.: ,
.. Basement: $3.000-$5,00o0
* Slab-on-grade: $2,000-
$4.500
i Crawlspace: "$4.500-
$6.000
'In general. according
to FEMA., shelter costs
for existing -houses will
be approximately 20
percent higher than in new
construction.
"God Is In The Details"
As Le Corbusier, the
twentieth-century French
architect and city planner
Ilown for designing buildings
with unusual curves and
unconventional shapes,
claimed, details are vitally
ifnportant.
* The following collection of


From Page 10A


details can add significantly
to a homeowner's knowledge
in building or retro-fitting a
home for maximum hurricane
resistance.
* To add protection to roof
sheathing, when it is not
time to reroof, glue the
sheathing to the rafters and
the trusses.
Use an adhesive that
conforms to Performance
Specification APA AFG-01,


walls must resist shear
forces that try to push walls
over;
walls must resist the
lateral force of the wind that
tries to push the walls in
and pull them away from the
building.
Each of the three concepts
is addressed by specific
construction techniques.
* When installing a fence,
leave space at the bottom
instead of driving every
panel into the ground. This
allows air to go under the
fence, rather than knocking


not keep the glass in place.
* While plywood shutters can
be nailed over windows just
before a storm hits, repeatedly
putting them up and taking
them down will damage the
area around windows and
doors, and ultimately affect
, anchorage quality.
* Plywood is stronger in the
direction parallel to the grain.
Take advantage of the panel's
inherent strength and place
fasteners only on the sides
perpendicular to the grain.
* All doors should have three
hinges and a dead-bolt lock


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or ASTM D 3498, which.can
be found at any hardware
store or home improvement
center.
* Remember three important
concepts for wind-resistant
wall construction:
walls must resist uplift
.forces caused by the pull of
the wind;


it down.
* Do NOT open windows
during a storm. This only
lets damaging wind and rain
into the house.
Tape does NOT protect
windows from flying debris. It
might keep more of the glass
together when hit, but. will


with a minimum one inch
bolt throw length.
* Double entry doors (French
doors) need barrel bolt
restraints on the inactive\
door. Make sure the bolts
connect through the door
header and through the
threshold into the subfloor.
* Shutter and seal gable end


vents to prevent wind-driven
rain from entering attic
space.
* Use a high quality silicone
caulk around outside wall
openings such as clothes
dryers, kitchen or bathroom


vents, outdoor electrical
outlets, and locations where
cables or pipes go through
walls.
Just before a storm, close
dryer and bathroom vents
with duct tape, but remove


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Walker attends Conference in D.C.


Brent Austin Walker, a
sophomore at Wewahitchka
High School, attended the
National Young Leaders
Conference in Washington,
D.C. Jan. 24 29.
The National Young
Leaders Conference is the
premier leadership program
in the country designed for
the nation's best and bright-
est high school scholars.
Brent was nominated by
his teachers for this honor
due to his outstanding lead-
ership potential, academic
achievements, special talents,


strength and character.
For six intense days,
Brent and 350 other young
scholars from all over the
country were challenged,
motivated and inspired. All
students took active roles in
Government simulations such
as the "Model Congress", "If I
Were President", and "Testing
The Constitution".
Other exciting highlights
of the trip were touring impor-
tant historic national monu-
ments and museums.
Brent's summary... "It
was the chance of a lifetime


and I feel that the entire
experience, including making
new friends from all over the
country, will help prepare me
for college life".
Brent's proud parents are
Joe and Alisa Walker. His
loving grandparents are John
and Norma Jean Burnette of
Wilkesboro, NC and Joe and
Faye Walker of Eufaula, AL.
Brent would like to thank
all of his family for their sup-
port and encouragement. He
would also like to thank his
sponsors and friends who
helped make this trip pos-


Brent Austin Walker
sible:' Wewahitchka First
United Methodist Church
Administrative Board, school
board members George Cox
and Danny Little, Emerald
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News Column
Faith Christian School

The last nine week grad-
ing period has begun. The
students may not realize it,
but to the teachers this is the
"home stretch" before sum-
mer. Report cards will go
home on Tuesday, March 28
following Spring Break.
By the time you read this
article, we will be in the midst
of Spirit Week. Thanks to
Mrs. Carla McGhee and the
others for planning all of the
activities and daily themes.
Thanks to Mrs. Sheila Parker
for heading up Friday's Field
Day on Friday the 17th.
Also, please don't forget,
that Friday, March 17th (Field
Day) is a half-day of school.
Pre-school students will be
dismissed at 11:00 a.m.,
grades 1-4 will be dismissed


at 11:15 a.m., and grades
5-12 will be dismissed at
11:30 a.m. There will be no
extended day on Friday or
during Spring Break. Please
call the school if you have
any questions
We are now taking stu-
dent applications and regis-
trations for the 2006-2007
school year. As always,
the pre-school fills up fast.
This year we will have only
one class for each of the
pre-school and elementary
grades. Remember, if your
child's birthday is before
Sept. 1, he may be included
in that particular age grade if
there is room. There will no
longer be a K-2 class at FCS
as of this year.
The FCS School Board
met last month to approve
next year's tuition rates and
fees. The recommendation
was to increase only the reg-
istration cost. Supply fees
were also increased, but
those fees are based on the
cost of paper, printing, pro-
cessing, and shipping items
beyond our control. For the
first time in 5 or 6 years,
the cost of tuition was not
increased!! For that we are
grateful. Thank you, par-
ents, for your support in our
efforts to keep FCS tuition as
low as possible.
A number of faculty and
staff have been sick as have
many students. We hope
that some time off from the
rigors of the classroom will
help and that Spring Br-eak
next week will provide .the
needed time to' recuperate.
Becausse-of Spring Break
next week, offices will. be
closed March 20-24. 'The
"Lion's Tale" will resume after
this time of rest and relax-
ation.

Area Student

Named to Fall

Semester UM

Honor Roll
Susan Elizabeth Elir1er,
was listed on the Dean's
Honor Roll at the Uni'er-sity
of Mississippi for the fail
2005 semester. A grade point
average from .3.5 through
3.74 is required of full-time
students carrying at least 12
semester hours for listing on
the Dean's' Honor Roll.


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News from Port St. Joe Middle School


SHARK

TALK


By: Katie Hoffman
As the Class of 2006
moves closer and closer to
the big day in May, I can't
help but look back and trea-
sure all of the memories I've
shared with my classmates.
From spending endless sum-
mer days on the beach in front
of Toucan's to sitting behind
left field at every home base-
ball game, I'll never forget
the fun I've had while being
a Tiger Shark at Port St. Joe
High School.
Seniors! Seniors! Seniors!
You've got to make your
February senior trip payment.
You do want to go to'Orlando,
right? The following stu-
dents need to pay ASAP. Jae
Ashabranner, Chad Beard,
Jordon Brock, Sara Clayton,
Lindsay Dimitrejvich, Michael
Griffin, Anna McFarland,
Travia Register, Haley
Watford, Daniel Welch, Andy
White and Jared Cassady.
Don't forget caps and gowns
and graduation invitations
are in and can be picked up
and paid for in the Student
Activity room on Friday,
-March 10 from 8 a.m. to 10
a.m.
If you have a talent, some
old books, some junk to get
rid of, think you can cheer, or
like fashion shows, then now
is the time to start paying
attention. There will be a tal-
ent show at PSJHS on March
17. Sign up in Mrs. White's
room by March 10. The SGA
is hosting a children's book
drive March 9-16. They are
.accepting any children's
books. So put down your Dr.
"Seuss book and start donat-
ing. The Junior Class is
desperate to earn money, for
prom decorations and is hav-
ing a flea market Saturday,

You've Got It9
Somebo
".3" Wants I" '


March .11 from 7 a.m. to
12 a.m. If you have some
old junk and want to make
it someone's treasure then
contact Mrs. Taylor in book-
keeping to rent a $10 space.
So you think you can cheer?
Well show us what you've
got! Practice for cheerleading
tryouts (held on March 17 at
1 p.m.) will be March 13-16,
from 3 to 5 p.m. Be sure to
bring a physical and parent
permission slip, which can be
picked up in the front office,
to practice. Need a prom
dress? The Junior. Class is
hosting a prom fashion show.
It will be Thursday, March
17.
The weather is warm-
ing up and softball and
baseball are in full "swing."
Congratulations go out to
Lady Sharks softball team for
their incredible record this
year! The Shark's baseball
team is off to a good start


*Home Owner's

*Seasonal

Properties

*Windstorm

*Flood

*Auto

*Boats

*Small Business

*Renters


this year as well. The boys
play Saturday, March 11 at 4
p.m. Everyone come out and
support your Sharks!
The most important info
I have to give you this week
is there will be no, that's
right NO (zero, nunca, none)
SCHOOL on Monday, March
13 and Spring Break is
March 20-24, with half days
on Wednesday, March 15 and
Friday 17. WOW, they are
really giving us a break!
Well boys and girls this
is it! Every senior's T-shirt
reads "Kiss this class good-
bye," so the class of 2006
is "outta hurr" come May
22. As our lives become
busy with, college and new
careers, we may not be able
to spend as many carefree
days in front of Toucan's or
make every baseball' game,
but memories we made over
the past four years will last
forever.


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oldest, continuously
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Our annual Hat Day is
coming. Purchase a Hat Day
sticker from Beta Club mem-
bers in the morning or during
lunch. Join in the fun on
March 17th.
Our school will dismiss
at 11:50 on Friday, March
17 to begin our spring break
March 20-24.
Cheerleader tryouts for
the 2006-2007 school year
will be held on March 17th.
Practices will be March 13-16
from 3:00-5:00 each after-
noon. Students currently in
6th and 7th grade are eligible
to tryout. Students in the 8th
grade may tryout for Junior
Varsity. You must have a
current physical (dated after
April 1, 2005), parent con-
sent form, and current report
card in order to practice and
tryout. Students are respon-


sible for obtaining their
own physical copy from the
nurse's office or their doctor's
office. Stop by the office to
sign up.
Students, do you have a
talent you'd like to show off
and win prize money doing
it? Our Talent Show would
be the perfect opportunity for
you. Come audition Monday,
March 27th right after school
in the commons area. Be
totally prepared to WOW us
with your talent. Practices
will be held on Tuesday,
March 28th and Wednesday,
March 29th after school.
Prize money 1st $25, 2nd
- $15, and 3rd $10. If
you have no office referrals
you may audition. If you
have no office referrals you
may attend the performance
on Friday, March 31 at 9:00


a.m.
All 8th grade parents
should attend a meeting on
Thursday, April 6th at 5:00
p.m. in the Port St. Joe High
School media center. The
high school staff will share
information concerning reg-
istration for the 2006-2007
school year. You also earn
5 Gulf County Scholarship
points for your child by
attending this event.
You can now go online
and view the reading list for
accelerated reader, lunch
menu and school calendar on
the Port St. Joe Middle School
web site. Go to www.gulf.kl2.
fl.us, click on PSJMS (on the
right hand side) and check
out the menu and important
dates.


GULF COUNTY

ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP
The Gulf-County Annual Spring Cleanup schedules are as follows:
DISTRICT 5: TO INCLUDE CAPE SAN BLAS, INDIAN PASS, SIMMONS BAYOU, OAK GROVE, JONES
HOMESTEAD AND A PORTION OF PORT ST. JOE
Monday, March 27, 2006 through March 31, 2006.
All items must be placed on the right-of-way by Friday, March 24, 2006.
DISTRICT 4: TO INCLUDE A PORTION OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE AND NORTH PORT ST. JOE
Monday, April 3, 2006 through April 7,. 2006.
All items must be placed on the right-of-way by Friday, March 31, 2006.
DISTRICT 3: TO INCLUDE A PORTION OF OVERSTREET FROM HIGHWAY 98 TO THE BRIDGE ON
386, BEACON HILL, ST. JOE BEACH, HIGHLAND VIEW AND WHITE CITY
Monday, April 17, 2006 through April 21, 2006.
All items must be placed on the right-of-way by Friday, April 14, 2006.
DISTRICT 2: TO INCLUDE WEWAHITCHKA, STONEMILL CREEK AND OVERSTREET
Monday, April 24, 2006 through April 28, 2006.
All items must be placed on the r;ght-of-way by Friday, April 21 2006.
DISTRICT 1: TO INCLUDE DALKEITH, 5-ACRE FARMS, HONEYVILLE AND WEWAHITCHKA TO THE
COUNTY LINE
Monday, May 1, 2006 through May 5, 2006.
All items must be placed on the right-of-way by Friday, April 28, 2006.
This is a one time pick-up --
NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
All items must be separated (i.e. white goods, wood products, yard debris, etc.)
PLEASE, NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE
If you have any questions, please contact the Gulf County Public Works Office af 850) 227-1401.

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BANKING MORTGAGE *INVESTMENTS


TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MEETINGS
(THE PUBLIC IS INVITED)
Bay County Transportation Planning Organization (TPO)
Wednesday, March 22, 2006 at 3:30 p.m.
Panama City City Hall Commission Chambers
S The agenda will include the following topics:
1. Approval of Request for Bay County and Local Governments to Work Together on Roadway
Concurrenc.i Management
2. Authorization to File a Florida Departm6nt of Transportation Service Development Grant Application to
Extend Public Transportation Services to Tyndall AFB and Mexico Beach
3. Amendment of the TPO's FY2006-2010 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the following
Projects: 1) US9S at 23rd Street Interchange Acquisition of ROW, and 2) Panama City Airport Delete
Overlay of South General Aviation Apron.
4. Report on Panama City Beach Front Beach Road Transportation Improvements
5. Public Forum. This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO regarding transportation issues.
The TPO's Advisory Committees will meet as shown below on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 in the
Panama City City Hall:
Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) 10:30 a.m.
Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) -1:30 p.m.
Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) (will not meet in Marcih)
Agendas are available on the TPO's website at www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us/bctpo. Direct questions or comments
to Mr. Nick Nickoloff at 1-800-226-8914, ext 212, or nickoloffn@wfrpc.dst.fl.us.
'The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to the meetings in accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act and for language requirements other than English. Please notify Ms. Ellie Roberts of
access or language requirements at 1-800-226-8914, ext 218, at least 48 hours in advance.


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H5N1 has not been
detected in birds
or humans in the
United States.
Agencies in Florida
are monitoring and
testing poultry and
wild migratory birds
for Avian Influenza.

What do I do if I find a
dead bird?
Do not handle birds
that are obviously
sick or found dead.
If you do handle a
dead bird, do not
rub your eyes, eat,
drink or smoke until
you can wash your
hands.
Report wild bird
deaths to httIp:/
MyFWC.com/bird
Check this web
page for more


Wayne Rowlett, Realtor
Wayne Rowlett, Realtor


LOWER YOUR OPER-
ATING EXPENSES!
There's no denying that the
higher cost of fuel has wide-
spread effects on us all. More
people than ever are now look-
ing at ways to improve the
overall energy efficiency of
their homes, and parts of the
energy bill recently passed by
Congress give some incen-
tives.
Tax breaks were approved
for energy-efficient dwellings.
improvements, and for elec-
tric and hybrid automobiles.
You could apply for a 10% tax
break ($500 maximum) on im-
provements like caulking leaks
and installing electronically
sophisticated thermostats
A maximum credit of $200
would be allowed for replace-
ment windows, and you could
apply for a credit on the pur-
chase of appliances specifi-


information: www.
MyFloridaEH cornn
Owners of
"backyard"
chicken flocks
should contact
the Department
of Agriculture at
(850) 410-0900 if
unexpected chicken
deaths occur in their
flocks.
What about eating
chicken, turkey or eggs?
Poultry that is
properly cooked is
safe to eat.
Do not eat raw
poultry parts,
including raw blood,
or raw eggs.
After handling
frozen or thawed
raw poultry or eggs,
wash your hands
thoroughly with


Barefoot Properties
call rated as energy-efficienit.
If \'-u're romnutted to a big-
time solar power upgrade. you
could qtiAlih- for a 30:... tax
credit lup to 82.000). The only
caveat: you can't use the solar
power for heating your swim-
ming pool! (Guess they think
that is too extreme!)
Aside from the tax savings, you
could save a bundle, on your
home's "operating expenses."
A few hundred dollars invest-
ed in an energy audit of your
home will show you where
and how to reduce your util-
ity bills. Keep good records of
any improvements you make,
and ask your accountant nekt
year about how (and if) you
can apply for tax credits. You
should see an improvement in
the resale value of your home
: a weLl!


"Thinking of selling? Call for
a free' consultation. Wayne
Rowlett of Barefoot Properties,
1085 Cape San Bias Road,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456. (850)
227-8492 wr@gtcom.net
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soap and water.
Wash and
thoroughly clean
all surfaces and
utensils that have
been in contact with
raw meat.
Thorough cooking of
poultry meat will kill
viruses. The poultry
meat should not
be pink in any part
and needs to reach
1650F at the center.
Egg yolks should not
be runny or liquid.
How can I protect myself
from bird flu and other
forms of flu?
While there is no
vaccination currently
available for bird flu, these
are simple steps that can
help prevent any flu:
* Stay home when you
are sick and keep sick
children home.

* Clean your hands often
with soap and water
or, if soap and water
are unavailable, with


an alcohol-based hand
cleaner.
* To keep from spreading
germs to yourself and
others, avoid touching
your eyes, nose, or
mouth.
* Stay away from people
who are sick.
* Cover your nose and
mouth with a tissue
every time you cough or
sneeze and throw the
used tissue away.
* If you don't have a
tissue, sneeze or cough.
into your sleeve.
* Do not handle dead
birds.
Other important steps you.
can take:
Wash hands with
soap and water
immediately after
touching a bird
Wear rubber gloves .
when cleaning birds,.
you plan to eat, or
when cleaning bird '
feeders.


Applications are being taken at Franklin Cl, Gulf CI, and
other panhandle correctional institutions.
Employment opportunities are available as
soon as you start training!

CLASSES OFFERED AT CARABELLE AND PORT ST. JOE
THROUGH THE GULF/FRANKLIN CENTER OF
GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER BASIC STANDARDS CLASS
Carabelle class begins Feb. 20,2006 -graduating in June, 2006
Port St. Joe class begins March 16, 2006- graduating in July, 2006
All Classes, Monday Friday8 a.m. to. 5 p.m.:.
Financial aid is available for qualified applicants.

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Community College

For more information, call Brenda Burkett at 227-9670, ext. 5507 .
or Sharon Burdeshaw at 227-9670, ext. 5511,


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These costs can be a very substantial part of the dentist's total bill. The better the quality of the
laboratory's work. the more they will charge for it. Laboratory work, like dental work, is an art. J your
dentist has higher fees for his work, he's probably using one of the better dental laboratories in your area,
in order to get a superior product for you.
Ask your dentist about this. Find out how he feels about different dental laboratories. If he says
the/yre all the same, be suspicious. If he takes great pride in the one he works with, he's probably using
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Gulf County Sheriff's Office Arrest Log


On 3/3 Joe Anthonty
Purswell, W/M, 39, of Port
St. Joe was arrested for vio-
lation of conditional release.
He was arrested earlier in
the week and it is alleged
that he violated his condi-
tional release by being out
after curfew and having con-
tact with the victim against
his release conditions. He is
currently being held without
bond.
On 3/3 Deputies stopped
a vehicle on Hwy 22 for reck-
less driving. The driver told
officers he did not have a
driver's license, while check-
ing his license they found


he had a warrant for worth-
less checks. Larry Richard
Henry, W/M, 55, of Panama
City was arrested for DWLSR
and a warrant for worthless
checks.
On 3/3 a deputy observed
a vehicle traveling south on
Highway 71 at a high rate of
speed as he turned around
on the vehicle it turned down
the old dynamite dock road.
When the deputy caught up
to the vehicle both occupants
were standing outside the
car. They told the depu-
ty two different stories as
to who was driving. Neither
had a valid driver's license,


Ronald Dean Maxwell W/M,
40, was arrested for resisting
without violence and James
Henry Manning, W/M, 23,
was arrested for DWLSR and
resisting without violence.
On 3/5 deputies stopped
a vehicle driven by Henry
Charles Bailey, B/M, 45, Port
St. Joe knowing he had a sus-
pended drivers license, during
search incident to his arrest
they found a small amount
of marijuana and a pill bot-
tle of crack cocaine. Bailey
was arrested for DWLSR,
Possession of Marijuana and
possession of crack cocaine
with intent to sell.


On 3/5 deputies respond-
ed to the area of Hwy 22A in
Wewahitchka looking for a
reckless driver. They found
a car being driven by Mark
Anthony McCorvey, W/M, 43,
of Wewahitchka in the ditch
at the intersection of Hwy
22A and Hwy 22. McCorvey
was arrested for reckless
driving, attaching tag not
assigned and possession of a
controlled substance as dep-
uties found an unlabeled pill
bottle containing diazepam in
the vehicle.
On 3/7 Deputies observed
Dennis Lynn Emanuel, W/M,
43 of Wewahitchka operating


a motor vehicle in the down
town Wewahitchka area
being aware that his driv-
ers license was suspended
they stopped him placed him
under arrest and transported
to the Gulf County Jail.
During the early morn-
ing hours of 3/8, deputies
received a call in reference
to a vehicle driving in a reck-
less manner at a high rate
of speed coming from Bay
County. When deputies
located the vehicle and tried
to stop it, the driver turned
around and fled back toward
Bay County. The driver
turned off his headlights and
continued to elude officers at
a high rate of speed running
cars off the road. Deputies
finally got the car stopped in


Bay County and the driver
Robert Tinker, W/M, 31, of
Panama City was arrested for
reckless driving, felony flee-
ing and attempted to elude,
aggravated assault with a
motor vehicle and resisting
arrest.
On 3/8, Brad Curtis
Phillips, W/M, 26, of Port
St. Joe, was arrested at his
home for violation of proba-
tion and transported to the
Gulf County Jail.
On 3/9, Michael Edwin
Hartly, W/M, 42, of Howard
Creek was arrested at his
home for violation of pro-
bation, Bay County, Child
Support and failure to pay
fine and transported was
transported to the Gulf
County Jail.


Wewa City From


the city becomes an "increas-
ingly attractive place of resi-
dence for younger families
with small children."
Minchew added that
when taking into account
schools, designated school
bus stops (a major inclusion),
parks and day care centers,
the Wewahitchka ordinance
would also have the real effect
of offering sexual offenders
precious little space to find a
residence.
Those who knowingly vio-
late the ordinance could be
subject to a fine of up to $500
and up to 60 days in prison,
or both.
In other business taken
up during Monday's meeting:
Commissioners turned
down Superintendent of
Schools Tim Wilder's request
to waive utility deposits for
beginning teachers.
Wilder, with the school
system facing a teacher
crunch, has made a similar
request of the City of Port St.
Joe where officials said they
would examine a possible
payment or installment plan
for teachers while not waiving
deposit fees.
The problem for
Wewahitchka, Minchew said,
is that certain conditions
under which bonds were
issued for water and sewer
infrastructure in the city
make it impossible for the
city to grant the request.
* Commissioners dis-
cussed subdivisions popping
up on the north end of the
county and what must be
done to enforce a recently-
adopted ordinance requiring
some\ conformity from devel-
opers regarding paved roads
and the installation of water
and sewer infrastructure.
No decision was made on
Monday.
., The city plans to double
its pleasure as it pertains to
hooking a catfish for cash
next year with the forming of
a. tournament to benefit the
Wewa Search and Rescue.
The city is the major
sponsor of the Florida Catfish
Classic, which each year
brings hundreds of anglers
from around the country to
the Apalachicola River sys-
tem.'
That tournament pro-
vides money for scholarships
for local students.
Proceeds from the new
tournament it will become


the fifth in the Apalachicola
River circuit which consists
of two tournaments in Bristol
and one. in Blountstown -


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Rescue which has a regional
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10:00 a.m. EST, and at the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. EST.
Both public hearings will be held in the BOCC Meeting Room at the Robert M. Moore Administration Building, 1000 Cecil G.
Costin Sr. Blvd., Port St. Joe, Florida. The public hearings will be to discuss and act on the following:
1. Approve Minutes February 21, 2006
2. Final Plat Approval William Comforter & Wayne Rowlett Timberlands at White City Parcel ID #02816-OOOR
6.82 acres in Section 1, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 21 unit
development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
3. Preliminary Plat Approval Gulf Pines, LLC a subdivision Parcel ID #03323-165R 40.29 acres in Section 32,
Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 49 unit development subject to all Fed-
eral, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
4. Preliminary Plat Approval Coastal Pines, LLC Cottages at Coastal Pines a subdivision Parcel ID #03323-
170R 40.07 acres in Section 32, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 43
unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
5. Preliminary Plat Approval White City Partners, LLC Wimico Place Parcel ID #02852-OOR 5.86 acres in
Section 11, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 18 unit development subject
to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
6. Preliminary Plat Approval Forgotten Coast Development Company, LLC -. Waterford Village Parcel ID
#03500-000R, 03477-OOOR 102 acres in Section 6, Township 6 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida
a maximum 185 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated
and unstated.
7. Preliminary Plat Approval BJ Heard & Chris King Baywoods Parcel ID #06230-OOOR 4.5 acres in Sec-
tion 25, Township 8 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 18 unit development subject to
all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
8. Preliminary Plat Approval Gulf to Bay Construction & Development Mimosa Subdivision Parcel
ID #00713-01 OR 10.05 acres in Section 18, Township 5 South, Range 9 West, Gulf County, Florida
a maximum 30 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and
unstated.
9. Preliminary Plat Application Gulf County, LLC. Mill Ridge Parcel ID #01514-050R 9.63 acres in Section
2, Township 4 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 15 unit development subject to all
Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
10. Preliminary Plat Approval William J. Rish a subdivision Parcel ID #06268-750R 5.06 acres in Section
7, Township 9 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 8 unit development subject to all Fed-
eral, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
11. Small Scale Land Use Change William J. Smiley Changing 10 acres in Section 3, Township 6 South, Range
11 West, Gulf County, Florida From Agricultural to Residential Low Density.
12. Small Scale Land Use Change William J. Smiley Changing 20 acres for economic development in Section
3, Township 6 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida From Agricultural to Residential Low Density. ,
13. Small Scale Land Use Change Gulf Pines, LLC Parcel ID #03323-165R Changing 10 acres in Section 32,
Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida From Agricultural to Residential Low Density.
14. Small Scale Land Use Change Coastal Pines, LLC.- Parcel ID #03323-170R- Changing 10 acres in Section
32, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida From Agricultural to Residential Low Density.
15. Small Scale Land Use Change -Valencia Land Development- Parcel ID #03323-145R Changing 10 acres in
Section 32, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida From Agricultural to Residential Low
Density.
16. Variance Jeffery Lamkin Parcel ID #06345-61 OR & #06345-611 R .36 acres in Section 25, Township 8
South, Range 12 West, Gulf County, Florida Construction of walkway to connect two adjacent structures.
17. Comprehensive Plan/EAR Update
18. St. Joe/Arvida for WindMark Beach DO/PDP
19. Staff
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last Saturday with a Day ,
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Street Ballpark. Girls)
aged 4-15 participated in
a day of games and skills
competitions. They were
joined by a team from
Blountstown that came
over for the fun. The pro-,
gram is growing, with
more than 160 girls par-
ticipating last Saturday
- it was only a few years.
ago that the number was
under -100. This year:
there are 14 teams, a few
years ago the number'
was nine. There are four
freshmen on the Port St. ,
Joe High School softball
program who are recent
products of -he league.
The long-term hope is
to create a Gulf County
all-star team to compete
in the state, regional and'
national tournaments
held near the end of each'
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Kelly Geoghagan of Port St. Joe Takes Many Awards Including



First Runner up in 2006 Florida Junior Miss Program


The overall Program
awarded over $750,000 in col-
lege specific scholarships on
March 4, in Perry, Florida.
Kelly Suzanne Geoghagan,
the daughter of Dennis and
Kay Geoghagan, of Port St. Joe
wins First runner up, Spirit of
Junior Miss, Self Expression
and Interview awards, in addi-
tion to the Millennium Award
from Troy University of Troy,
Alabama, consisting of full
out of state tuition, room and
board for four years total-
ing $52,OQO, and other priz-
es during the 2006 Florida
Junior Miss State Program.
Geoghagan, a senior at
Port St. Joe High School, is an
outstanding young lady who
represented the Gulf County
community well as one of
nine young ladies narrowed
down from over 60 candidates
across the state of Florida
who competed for. the title of
2006 Florida's Junior Miss.
The mission ofAmerica's
Junior Miss is to emphasize
education by providing .schol-
arship opportunities to out-
standing, college-bound high
school senior girls, and to
encourage personal devel-
opment in all young people
through the Be Your Best Self
outreach program.
On Saturday March 4, in
an array of red., white and
blue. nine Florida Junior
Miss finalists, a board of
directors, state representa-
tives. special guests. sponsors
and hundreds of fans paid
tribute to the men and women
who protect and serve our
great nation so faithfully in
the armed forces of the United
States of America. Patriotism
was defined as the "love for
or devotion to one's country.'
As Amnericans we do so much
in the name of patriotism.
Our country is a source of
pride and admiration: the flag
with its fifty stars and thirteen
stripes, a vestige of our lo\al-
ty. We stand taller in its pres-
ence. When times are prosper-
ous, we revel in her strength
and power. We flourish under
her protection. When times
are hard and our country is


Geoghagan being awarded from Troy State Scholarship by
Board member Randy Newman of GTCom


faced with adversity, we stand
together protecting her name,
willing to give everything for
her survival,
America's Junior Miss has
shaped the future for thou-
sands of young women by
taking them to a new level of
personal growth and allowing
them to pursue thetr educa-
tional dreams. It is impor-
tant that we encourage young
women evervwhere to pursue
their dreams, to live lives of
integrity and compassion by
being the best they can be
academically, athletically.
artistically and socially.
Based on her outstanding
scholastic achievement. Kelly
Geoghagan was awarded the
M illennium Award from Troy
University of Troy. Alabama.
consisting of full out of state
tuition, room and board for
four years totaling $52.000.
where she will pursue a degree
in business management.
As the 2006 first runner
up Kelly was offered her choice
of $13.800 in college-specific


scholarships, a $750.00 cash
scholarship, a beautiful. long
stem' rose arm bouquet, and
plaque. '
Additional awards received
by, Geoghagan were:
The Spirit of .-unio,,r Miss,
a special award that is 5:%,ted
on bv the contestants them-
selves. The contestaIts vote for
the girl they feel best embodies
the Spirit of the Junior Miss.
The award includes her choice
of $11.SO0 in couege-specific
scholarships,. a $250 cash
scholarship and a plaque.
The interv-iew Award
which includes a choice of
$1.3.600 in college specific
scholarships. a $250 00 cash
scholarship and a plaque.
The Self Expression
Award winner is beine offered
her choice of $13.500 in col-
lege-specific scholarships. a
$250.00 cash scholarship and
plaque. The self expression
award represents each contes-
tant's ability to demonstrate
presence, composure, poise
and grace. America s Junior


Miss encourages young women
to use the power of thought.
.and opinion. In addition to
stage presence, each contes-
tant was required to give an
on-stage response to a ques-
tion given to all candidates.
Kelly demonstrated compo-
sure and grace in answering
the question: As Americans
w.e have the right not only to
have an opinion but also to
voice it. Our country calls that
"freedom of speech", Junior
Miss calls it "Self-Expression".
The following portion of the
program is to afford the girls
the opportunity to show the
audience as well as the judg-
es a glimpse of their ability
to think independently and
speak freely. \We ,often hear
the expression "I'm proud
to be an American". What do
you, as an American have to
be proud of?
Although Geoghagan did
not win first honors in Talent
and Fitness, she represented
the categories well.
Each contestant is, given
the opportunity to showcase
her talent in any style she
chooses and is strictly.limited
, to 90 seconds and provides
an insight into each contes-
tant's performance skills. The


judges evaluate the talent per-
formed on stage during the 90
seconds based on originality,
technique, appropriateness of
selection and costume, stage
presence and overall perfor-
mance. The talent category
will consist of 25% of the over-
all score.
Kelly has always loved
music. She's had classical
vocal training for. the past
three years and enjoys singing
in her church's ensembles.
Kelly played the lead role in the
'musical theatre productions.
of "Christmas in Whoville" and
"Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs". During the Talent
competition Kelly sang "Think
of Me" from the longest run-
ning hit Broadway musical
"Phantom of the Opera".
America's Junior Miss
Finalists must be extreme-
ly dedicated to obtain the
strength, stamina and agility
to complete a very challenging
physical fitness routine that
demonstrates the importance
of good health and physical
well-being. The nine-minute
fitness routine challenges
the girls with a combination
of aerobics, step aerobics,
Pilates, kickboxing and floor
work.


The scoring system of
America's Junior Miss is
designed to evaluate each
contestant individually in
keeping with the Junior Miss
theme "Be Your Best Self'.
The contestants are scored in
five different categories with
each category having its own
value by percentage. Physical
fitness 15%, Talent 25%, Self-
Expression 15%, Interview
25%, and Scholastic achieve-
ment 20%. Each contestant
was previously evaluated ini
the scholastic achievement!
category by a separate panel
of judges. The contestants
were also evaluated in the1
interview category prior to this
evening's remaining three, on-i
stage performances. 1
In an array of red, whiteI
and blue patriotism, based
on this years "All American
Girl Theme", the nine young
ladies from across the state
of Florida arrived in Perry,
Florida, for an orientation
luncheon sponsored by Main
Street Caf6. At this luncheon[
the young ladies said goodI
bye to their natural parents;
and cell phones, and met their
host parents for a week of lots
of practice and special events!
(See GEOGHAGAN on Page 12B)



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7.5-month old kitties;.
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> 200 Gautier Memorial Lane 1902 Juniper Avenue
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> 2005 Garrison Avenue 163 Gray/Anderson Road
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Sea Oates &
Dunes Garden


VFW to Host St.
Patrick's Day Corned


Club Fun Raiser Beef & Cabbage


The Sea Oates & Dunes of
St. Joe Beach, Mexico Beach,
Beacon Hill and Overstreet
will be having a Plant and
Bake Sale Fund Raiser,
Saturday March 25, 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. CST. Located in
front of Gulf Foods, Mexico
Beach. (Come early for best
selection). Have more fun-
join our club.
Contact (850) 647-3656.

A.A.R.P. Corned
Beef and Cabbage
Luncheon
The annual Mexico
Beach A.A.R.P. Corned Beef
and Cabbage luncheon will
be held on Friday, March
17. Lunch will be at noon
CT., and held at the Mexico
Beach United Methodist
Church Fellowship Hall.
Those attending should bring
a covered dish.
Spring Bead Bazaar
The Emerald Coast Bead
Society presents their annual
Spring Bead Bazaar, May 20,
at the Scottish Rite, 2 East
Wright Street, Pensacola, FL.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and admission is free. There
will be an excellent selection
of lampwork and dichroic
beads, findings,. finished
jewelry, batik clothing, mac-
ram6 items, wire-wrapped
jewelry, soft-sculpture dolls,
purses, decorated gourds,
paintings and other artwork
all made by the members
of the Emerald Coast Bead
Society. Come check out
the excellent variety of beads
and baubles and view a fab-
ulous collection of beads and
jewelry from yesterday and
today.

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Would like to say "Thank You" to all the

members who attended our Annual Meeting

and to say "Congratulations" to everyone,

who won a door prize!



We would also like to say "Thank You" to the following
local merchants for their generous donations:


Ace Hardware
Aline's Coiffures, Inc.
Ard's Florist
Beachcombers Beauty Salon
Blue Water Outriggers
,Cooper's Cut & Style


Peak's Unlimited
Portside Trading Company
Radio Shack
Ramsey's Printing & Office Supply
Roberson & Friedman, PA


Sassy Nails


Mary Lou Cumbie Seabreeze BBQ
Gulf Rifle Club Marlene Sewell
J. Patrick Floyd, Attorney At Law Shoreline Styles
Gwen's Bloomers, Sisters Restaurant
K'Leigh's Smiley's Detailing
Richard Kunz/Columbus Mint St. Joe Rent-All &
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VFW# 10069, Trout
Avenue, Highland View, will
be serving its Annual Corned
Beef & Cabbage Dinner on
Friday, March 17. The din-
ner starts at 5 p.m. and will
last until the food is gone!
The price of the dinner is $7.
All proceeds will be donated
to American Cancer Society-
Relay for Life. Please join
us for the fun of St. Patrick's
Day, great food, and camara-
derie of friends all for such
a worthwhile cause. Hope to
see you there!
Thank You
I would like to thank my
Lord Jesus Christ for his
love he extended to me, He
spared my life. I also want
to thank my loving husband,
my family, my church family
and my friends who prayed
for me, sent beautiful flowers
and cards concerning my
recovery. For all these things
I shall be forever grateful.
Betty Hardin


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850-227-1278


Annual Fire Sale
The Mexico Beach
Volunteer Fire Dept is again
hosting its annual fire sale.
Check your closets,
garages, etc. The department
is in need of some new
equipment. This years' sale
will be held on Saturday,
March 25 from 7 a.m.' till
3 p.m. (CST) at the Fire
Department, 118 N. 141
street in Mexico Beach. New
this year, the fire dept. will be
renting spaces at its location
for you to have your own sale.
Call Laura at 648-4790 and
save your space. The fee for
space will be a donation to
the fire dept.
The fire department has
made room once again for your
donations. Items need to be
in working order (if electric,-
etc). We are very happy to
help you help us with your
items. They can be dropped
off at the Fire Department,
118 N. 14r. Street or call'
Laura Metcalf at 648-4790 if
you need a pickup. Thankyou.
so much for your help. The
Fire Department appreciates
your generosity!
Chief Hall and all,
department members.


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Ms. Mary Lou Whitfield of
Wewahitchka announces the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of her daughter,
Nancy Whitfield, to Adam
Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William E. "Gus" Griffin, of
Port St. Joe.
: Nancy is the daughter
of the late, John Milton
Whitfield, Jr. of Monticello,
Fla., the granddaughter of
Carmi Crutchfield Adams and
the late Walter Crutchfield
of Honeyville. Her paternal
grandparents are the late
John Milton Whitfield, Sr.
and Cecile "June" Whitfield of
Wewahitchka.
The bride-elect is a
graduate of Aucilla Christian
Academy and received her
Bachelor of Science degree in
Social Science from Florida
State University. She is
employed with the St. Joe
Company in Tallahassee,
Florida. :
Adam is the grandson of


Elise Griffin and the late H.W.
"Buck" Griffin of Port St. Joe.
His maternal grandparents
are the late T.L. "Bud" and
Creamer Atwell of Bascom,
Florida.
Adam is the graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
a magna cum laude graduate
of Flagler College, receiving
a Bachelor of Science degree
in Business Administration.
He is presently employed by
Hughes Building Supply in
Tallahassee.
An outside wedding is
planned for Saturday, May
6th at 5:30 p.m. (EDT) at the
Centennial Building. No local
invitations will be sent. All
friends and family are invited
to attend.


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
DeWayne Kennedy of
Donalsonville announce the
engagement and forthcom-
ing of their daughter, Karen
Ann Kennedy to Michael Jon
Rogerson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Rogerson also
of Donalsonville, Georgia.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, June 24 at 4 p.m. at
Friendship United Methodist
Church, Donalsonville,
Georgia with a reception to
follow at White Columns at
Lela. No local invitations
are being sent. All family
and friends are welcome to
attend.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs.
Don Spooner of Iron City,
Georgia and the late Elizabeth
Wiley Spooner and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvie D. Kennedy of
Donalsonville, formerly of
Port St. Joe, FL. A 2000
honor graduate of Seminole
County High School and a
2005 graduate of Valdosta
State University in which she
earned a Bachelor of Science
Nursing degree. She is cur-
rently employed with Georgia
Medical Center, Valdosta,
GA.
The future groom is the
grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. James D. Evans
and Mrs. Stella Nelms of


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Location. Suitable for two businesses side
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Sq. Ft.


Donald and Christine
Wilkins of Palm Coast,
Florida announce the
wedding of their daughter,
Ryanne Christine Wilkins,
to Milton Jason Fisher, son
of Ralph and Patricia Fisher
of Wewahitchka, Florida. A
beach wedding on March 25
is planned in Daytona Beach.
The bride and groom will make
their home in Jacksonville,
Florida.
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Tallahassee, FL and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Rogerson
of Tampa, Florida. A 2001
graduate of Seminole County
High School and is current-
ly attending Valdosta State
University where he plans to
graduate May 2006 with a
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179 Cayman Lane Gulf Front on Cape 4521 Surfside Gulf Front Duplex with a wide
San Bias. Located in X-Zone. Lustrious pine expanse of beach. 3 bedroom, 3 bath. $599K
floors and new artic ice carpet, extremely Cape San Bias. Less than the price of a first
spacious with open floor plan. $1,270,000. tier lot.


Faces St.Joe Bay -Asking $1,200,00. 2Acres Zoned Residential/Commercial. Development FeasabilityAssessmentAvailable.'896
sq ft office in front, 1728 sq ft home on Bay.


IMMACULATE RANCH STYLE HOME
situated on two lots in ward ridge. Large
kitchen with dining area, family room, for-
mal living room, florida room with tiled
floor. Very spacious throughout home.
Workshop in back. Back yard is fenced.
Lots of room in this yard for parking
rv/and or a nice boat. Yard is filled with
azzaleas, pine trees, day lilliess and
crepe myrtles. This is a must see home.
Call Susie White for an appointment
today at 227-4046.MLS#108089


108 Stone Drive Port St. Joe 3br'2ba
home that was built in 2003. Tile kitchen
and bathrooms, carpet throughout, master
suite has walk in closet, garden tub, separ-'
te shower. Vaulted ceilings. Patio out back.
Plenty of room for swimming pool. MLS#
108395 Call Susie 227-4046 $329,900


Cape San Bias, 112 Clearwater
Drive'-Gulf front 4br/3.5 ba home w/
private dune walkover, gated entry, pro
landscaped, andenclosed heated pool.
Enjoy the fantastic views from the sun
decks; This is a must see!! MLS#109957
$2,100,000 Call Charlton Williams
227-CAPE.


587 Redfish St. 3 bd 1 ba home on
corner lot directly across from public
park, a few blocks from public boat ramp
and intracoastal waterway, just minutes
from beaches and great fishing. Adjoin-
ing lot is also available. MLS# 109817
Call Sonjia Raffield @ 850.340.0900.


614 Oleander Ave. Mexico Beach, its
a cute beach cottage, lots of possibili-
ties, just one block off Hwy 98, good gulf
views, convenient to restaurants, shop-
ping, beaches. MLS#109844 $ 525,000
call Joe at 227-4585 '


This great townh~oueseas the besi of
both worlds. Walking distance to the
beach, pool in the community and deed-
ed boat slip right out your back door.
This is a must see unit. MLS# 110657 $
585,000 call Natalie Shoaf to view at
850-227-4355


This home is located In a very nice and
quiet neighborhood. Oversized lot with Beautiful views from this 1st tier duplex!
plenty of yard. Multiple carports, outside Beach access via boardwalk across the
buildings, and storage. Attached garage street, bay access on pilot street. "X" flood
is 24'xl 6'.. Detached garage is 24'x48'. zone. One, bedroom and bath on ground
Home is very well Kept and organized. floor. One bedroom and bath on 2nd floor
MLS# 110655 $ 299,900 call carol bell w/great room and deck. MLS#1-09559 $
at 850-227-4252 395,000 call mark schultz at 850-227-
5605


This -house has been newly remolded
and sit on a corner lot. Also, the house
Sis only minutes away from the local
schools and public parks. The seller is
highly motivated so, call Moses Medina
@ 850-527-0441 for more informa-
tion. MLS# 110630


This house is located right in the heart
of Port St. Joe on Cypress Ave. It is only
a few blocks from the local schools and
you can be at the bay or beach in no
time. The house has many upgrade a
must see! MLS# 110338 Call Moses
Medina @ 850-527-0441 for more
information.


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BEACHES
St Joe Beach Bay View/I tier- 4 lots directly across from dedicated public beach
beach. Beautiful Unobstructed View with current restrictions to maintain view. Zoning can
be residential or commercial. Entire block of Highway frontage can be purchases X- Flood
Zone. $ 800,000 per lot, Call Natalie Shoao850-227-4355 MLS 18380
* TRUE 1ST TIER LOT LOCATED BEACHSIDE DIRECTLY BEHIND GULF FRONT LOT. One
of the nicest subdivision on the cape, paved streets, underground utilities, ribbon curbing,
nice landscaping, clubhouse and pool. Lot located lose to boardwalk to beach, MLSM
109776 $ 995,000 CALL JOE AT 850-227-4585
* SEAGRASS IS THE MOST POPULAR SUBDIVISION ON CAPE SAN BLAS w/ pool
and Clubhouse. This beautiful "x" zone tst'tier lot is'one on the best ones on The cape w/
spectacular gulf & bay views of both-sunrises and sunsets. MLS#110600 $ 825,000 CALL
CHARLTONWILLIAMS AT 850-227-4256
* Heron's Walk Subdivision-One of the finest subdivision's in Port St. Joe. Located
close to the community college and schools. This subdivision offers a swimming pool, pool
house, beautiful landscape entrance, -IOA and putting greens. $160,000 Call Susie
White (850) 227-4046
*Cape San Bias, 4565 Cape San Bias Road- This Gulf front Lot consists of 1.60
acres+/- Most of the nrnonertv is locatetd within the X flood zone. Eniov heyutiful sunsets .


aad the sogor white sands. Great 4,loce to build your vocation homel MisdtbBBS27 THIS 1ST TIER LOT IS LOCATED iN JUBILATION SUBDIVISION. Lot 73 has great


and the sugar white sands. Great' place to build your vacation home Mis#108527
$2,950,000 Call Jay Rish (850) 227-5569
* St. Joe Beach Area, 104 Signal Lane-Lot 70 is located in the heart of Windmark Beach
which is just minutes away from Port St. Joe. This upscale community offers many amenities
including swimming pool clubhouse, private dock, HOA. mls#1 10021 $795,000 Call Jay
Rish at 850)227-5569
* Casuna Subdivision Brand new subdivision in Mexico Beach, located just off 15th,
Street. Amenities include a community club house and pool. Close to beaches, great fish-
ing and restaurants. $185,000. Call Sontla Raffleld @ 850.340.0900.
* St. Joe Beach, Sunset Village- lot 47 priced to sell at $298,000
St Joe Beach, fwy 9B frontage 4 lots with unobstructed gulf view, can e residential
or commercial. Entire .block of road frontage can be purchased. Call Natalie 850-
227-4355
*' Gulf front lot with x-zone building site behind the cccl line. Originally planned 4000
sf, 5br/Sba house on this site. mls#109611 $975,000 call Charlton Williams at
227-4256.
- 103 W Sand Dollar Way 1ST TIER lot in San Bias Plantation with deeded access to
Gulf of Mexico, boardwalk to beach is located in front of this lot Call Sonile Raffleld


at 340-0900 $579,900.
SLot 3C, St Charles Street, Casuna Subdivision, Mexico Beach Within walking
distance of beach with easy Access. Pool and pool house. MLS#108169, $224,900
Brenda Miller 227-5380
* Sunset Village-This development is located at St. Joe Beach surrounded by Windmork
Beach Development. Amenities include pool, both house, landscaped entrance accented
with, brick pavers, New Orleans style street lighting, covenants and restrictions, HOA. Lots-
starting at $299,900
PORT ST. JOE
* THE SALE OF THIS PROPERTY IS ACTUALLY THREE LOTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE.
Property is cleared & near adr local schools. MLS# 108113 $179,900 Call Moses
Medina at 850-527-0441
* THIS LOT S LOCATED IN A BEAUTIFUL & WELL ESTABLISHED SUBDIVISION named
Jubilation. Seller is motivated so bring all offers. MLS# 110310 $ 409,000 Call Moses
Medina at 850-527-0441
- THIS GULFRONT LOT IS LOCATED IN JUBILATION SUBDIVISION. I iis a great invest-
ment opportunity. MLS# 105586 $ 1,500,000 Call Susie White at 850-227-4046.


* THIS 1ST TIER LOT IS LOCATED IN JUBILATION SUBDIVISION. Lot 73 has great
views of the Gulf of Mexico. MLS# 104945 $ 795,000 For more Info call Susie White
at 850-227-4046
* LOT 14 IN SOUTHGATE SUBDIVISION is a nice lot for investments or building your
dream home. MLS# 109033 $ 110,000 Call Warren Yeager at 850-899-7337
IPoa, S Joe. 130 Palm Beeze Way-.mlsIO0733 S85 000
OTHER GULF COUNTY ACREAGE
- In one of the newest subdivisions In the Indlan Pass area. This subdivision Offers
underground utilities, and paved roads. Close to Apalachicola and Port St. Joe. ust minutes
from the beautiful beaches. mls#107253/mls#107254 $179,000 each. Call Jay Rish
(850) 227-5569
EASTPOINT
Beautiful one acre homesite In Whispering Pines Subdivision. Only blocks to the
Bay. Subdivision features underground utilities, paved streets and restricted covennts. Lot
is partially cleared. $139,500 MLS #109940. Call Valerie 527-5258.


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Agitating the authorities of the afterlife to clear his name,
Karl Marx is sent to earth for one hour to make his case.
Bureaucracies are the same in heaven as on earth though,
and due to a clerical error, Marx lands in Old City Philadelphia
rather than his stomping grounds in London. Not daunted,
Marx launches into a passionate, funny and moving defense
of his life and political ideas in Howard Zinn's brilliant, timely
play "Marx in Soho".
Wednesday, April 12, 2006, 7:00 p.m. University of West
Florida Commons Auditorium, Pensacola.
Tickets: $8 in advance, $10 at door, admission free
for UWF students. Advance tickets can be purchased at
Subterranean Books, 9 E. Gregory St., Pensacola and End of
the Line Cafe, 610 E. Wright St., Pensacola.
Sponsored by the Pensacola IWW and the UWF Socratic
Society.
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Relay for Life
Rescheduled

This year's Relay for
Life has been rescheduled
to Friday, May 5th. The
relay will take place at
Frank Pate Park in Port
St. Joe. Volunteers and
teams are still needed for
this event, for more infor-
mation contact Kim or
Rachel at 227-1278.


Princess Celeste turns 1


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Celeste Hamm celebrated her 1st birthday at her
home with a Disney Princess Party. Helping Celeste
celebrate was her mommy, Nanny & Papa and 2 great-
grandmothers and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Celeste is the daughter of Erica Hamm of Port St Joe.



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Jaydon celebrated his
1st birthday on Sunday,
March 5 with a Thomas the
Train party. The party was
held at Jaydon's Papa and
Nana Gant's home at 104
Broad St. Jaydon is the
son of Shannon and Farica
Gant. Grandparents are
Paul and Linda Gant, Billy
and Cheryl Quinn. Great
Grandparents are Ann
Granger, Billy and Aldonia
Quinn. His big sister is
Jireh.

Gulf County Republican
Party Meeting
The Gulf County
Republican Party will
have a meeting March
20, the guest speaker will
be Jamie Miller who is
the campaign manager
for Katherine Harris, the
Republican Candidate, for
the U.S. Senate.
The meeting will be held
at The Port Inn, 7:00 P.M.
Est
All interested
Republicans are invited.


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Established 1937 Serving Gulf county and surrounding areas for 68 years The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, March 16, 2006 SB


Local Family Doctor Celebrates National Membership ..


Owen D. Oksanen, M..D.,
Port St. Joe, has completed
continuing medical
education requirements
to retain membership in
the American Academy of
Family Physicians (AAFP),
the only medical specialty
organization devoted solely
to primary care.
As members of the
AAFP, family physicians are
required to complete 150
hours of continued medical
education every three
years. This ensures that
family physicians remain
educated on the most up-to-
date medical technologies,
research and techniques.
Family physicians, like
other medical specialists,
complete an extensive three-
year residency program in


the specialty after graduating
from medical school. As
part of their residency,
family physicians receive
training in six major medical
areas: pediatric, obstetrics
and gynecology, internal
medicine, psychiatry and
neurology, surgery and
community medicine. They
also receive instruction in
many other areas including
geriatrics, emergency
medicine, ophthalmology,
radiology, sports medicine
and urology. As a result,
family physicians are the only
medical specialists qualified
to provide comprehensive
health care for all ages.
People choose family
physicians because they are
trained to treat a broad range
of illnesses from coughs,


Exercise Lessens the Impact of Diabetes


March 21 is American
Diabetes Day, a time devot-
ed both to raising aware-
ness of, and fighting against,
this disease. In her new
book, "EXERCISES FOR
DIABETES" Erin O'Driscoll,
RN, MA, helps people with
diabetes take control of their
bodies and gain strength,
courage, and confidence.
Over 18 million Americans
have some form of diabetes.
In addition to diet and insu-
lin regulation, there is one
thing every diabetic can do to
take control of their health:
Exercise.
Study after study has
shown that exercise can
lower blood glucose, blood
pressure, and cholesterol.
It reduces the risk of heart
disease and stroke, relieves
stress, and strengthens the
heart, muscles, and bones.
Exercise also helps insulin
work better, improves blood
circulation, and keeps joints
flexible.
There are several differ-
ent modes of exercises that
are important to diabetics -
aerobics, strength training,
warm-ups, and cool-downs.
Aerobic exercise strength-
ens the heart and keeps the
exerciser's muscles warms.
Strength training builds
endurance,. while improv-
ing both joints and muscles.
Warm-ups and cool-downs
are essential for the safety
of the exerciser. EXERCISES
FOR DIABETES gi ves various
examples of each with easy to


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follow pictures and detailed
instructions.
Here are some .of the
exercises O'Driscoll recom-
mends:
Aerobic Tap Backs: Start
with your feet together. Tap
your right foot to the back
and return in to center, tap
your left foot back and return
it to center. Alternate tapping
the right and left foot to the
back as you press both arms
to the front.
Lateral Raises for
Strength: Start with your
arms at your sides and your
feet shoulder length apart.
Stand tall with your head in
line with your spine. Keep
your, hips neutral. Raise your
_right arm to the side, up to
shoulder height, pause at the
top, and slowly lower the arm
back down to your side.
Repeat with the left arm.
Alternate lifting and lowering
the right and left arms.
Warm-up or cool-down
with a back rotation stretch:
Lie on your back and slowly
drop both knees to the right
side. Let your arms reach
out to .the opposite side and
turn your head in the direc-
tion of your arms. Holding
the stretch, slowly bring your
knees to the center and then
gradually drop them to the
opposite side. Again, the
arms reach out in the oppo-,
site direction.
EXERCISES FOR
DIABETES is available in
bookstores everywhere, or by
calling 1-800-528-2550.


ear infections, chest pains,
diabetes and hypertension
as well as to provide prenatal
care and well baby exams. In
fact, more than 215 million
office visits are made to
family physicians each year.
This is 59 million more visits
than to any other medical
specialty.
The AAFP is the national
medical organization
representing more than
94,000 family physicians,
family medicine residents and
medical students nationwide.
The AAFP was instrumental
in establishing the medical
specialty of family medicine
in 1969.


Gift Certificates
Available


Browning Vice

President's Club

Awards Recipient
Rachel Browning,
Account Executive for The
Star, was presented the
Freedom Florida 2005 Vice
President's Club award on
the evening of February 28 at
an awards reception held at
The Santa Rosa Beach Club.
She was honored by the
Freedom Florida Newspapers
Regional Vice President, Mrs.
Karen Hanes, in recognition
of her personal commitment,
dedication and performance
for her work in advertising
sales with Star Publications.


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SOUTHERLAND FAMILY COMFORTER COSTIN & COSTIN Rish, Gibson, Scholz Has God ever led you to speak to the lost?
FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL HOME LAW OFFICES & Groom,P.A. Knowing their condition, did you worry about the cost?
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507 reePort St.Joe L omforer D. Personal injury Real Estate uIshoaW G, The message of God is not popular today.
(850) 201 Ste Workers' Compensation Some will tell you quick to be on your way.
(850) 229-8111,,,,, (850) 227-1818(850) 227-1159 (850) 229-8211 This is where faith in God comes in,


Contemporary Service 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worshp: 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship: 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship: 7:00 p.m.
K All Times are EST


Dan Rhodes
PASTOR
Jeff Whitty
Miniuter ofM,uiYouth
Deborah Lisyls
Direaor ofChildre Ministries


Jesus is Lord and He is waiting


FOR YOU AT:
Siglfanb Vieto gapti t (b)urt)
382 Ling Street Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850)227-1306
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.


Mike Westbroo
Pastor


Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:00 p.m.
Discipleship Training 6:00 p.m.
ok Wednesday Prayer 7:00 p.m.


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St. Joseph Parish
20th & Monument, Port St Joe, FL, 227-1417
All Mass times EST:
Saturday: 4:00 pm, Sunday: 9:30 & 11:30 am
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 9:30 am
Wednesday: 5:30 pm
En Espanol: 8:00 am, last Sunday of Month
St. Lawrence Mission
788 N Hwy 71 Wewahitchka, FL
Sunday: 11:00 am (CT)



^ t"Our Church can be your home"

First Church of the N9azareit
2420 Long Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-9596


Sunday School.............. ... 10 a.1m.
Sunday Morning Worship .. ...... 11.a.m.
Sunday Eveniiij Worsiip 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Service .. 7 p m



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111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

SiidqWlrdipervices: 8:00 a m. & 9:30 a.m. CST
Sunday Scol: 10:45 a.m. CST
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico leah Uniled Methodist (urch
NutiSIT P VlOVIID
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Church/Office: 648-8820


Fataly life (thuh
"Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus'
Join us in worship... S. Joe
Join"usin"nApalachicola Panaa City
10:30 Sunday Morning Hvwy. 98 '
7:00 Wednesday Evening < >
Pastors Andrew
& "
Cathy Rutherford Reid Ave.
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates Family ufe churh
Visit our.website at:
familylifechurch.net y Wewahitchka
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


"The Churches of Christ Salute You"
Romans 16:16

The Wew iahitchka Church of Christ
Meets At 2241 Hwy. 71 South, Wewahitchka,
(1/4 Mile North of the Overstreet Road)
(850) 639-5401
Sunday Bible Study 9:00 a.m. CT
Sunday \Iorship 10:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. CT


Church of Christ

at the Beaches
314 Firehouse Road *
OVERSTREET 850-647-1622
Sunday Bible Study 10:00 am EST
r Sunday Worship 11:00 am EST
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 am EST
"WE WANT TO MAKE A
DIFFERENCE IN YOUR LIFE"





CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


9 a.m. Sunday
9:30 a.m. Sunday
Call 229-8310


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The Long Journey...The Bible says, "What we see will last only a short time, but what we
cannot see will last forever," 2 Cor 4:18. God never said that our journey would be easy, but he
has told us that our arrival would be worthwhile.
For some of you the journey is long & weary. Burdens have been heavy & very hard to
carry. But, your persistence & perseverence will pay off. Though storms have waged, loved
ones have been lost, & dreams have disappeared your heavenly Father will see you home!
Praise God!!

1601 Long Avenue Port St. Joe, FL For More Information Call 229-8691
Worship on Sunday: 10:30am Bible Study on Sunday: ... Worship on Wednesday:
Sand ":00pm 9:15am and 6:00pm 7:00pm 1857


Gospel Sing Abe

Springs Baptist Church
Abe Springs Baptist
Church will be having a
Gospel Sing on Saturday,
March 18. The sing will start
at 6p.m. CST. Featured group
will be The Webb Family from
Chipley, along with local tal-
ent. The church is locat-
ed on Hwy 275 South on
Blountstown. For more infor-
mation call 674-5880 or 674-
4376. Everyone is cordially
invited.


Charles Edward

Chambers

Mr. Charles Edward
Chambers, Sr., son of the
late J.D. Chambers and Mrs.
Inez M. Chambers, was born
in Port St. Joe, Florida on
March 30, 1954. He grew
up in the church and joined
New Bethel A.M.E. Church at
a very young age. He attend-
ed Washington High .School
and later Port St. Joe High
School.
He departed this life
on March 9, 2006, at Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City, Florida, after an extend-
ed and courageous fight with
cancer.
He was proceeded in
death by his father, J. D.,
Chambers and his brother,
Johnny L. Chambers. He
leaves to cherish his memo-
ries: his mother, Mrs. Inez
M. Chambers, of Port St. Joe,
Florida (currently visiting in
Kansas City, Missouri), one
son, Charles E. 'Chambers,
Jr., of Tampa, Florida; two
twin daughters, Tia and
Tamara Chambers ..of Port,,
St. Joe, Florida, one brother,
Willie J. Chambers (Jenny)
of Kansas City, Missouri;
two sisters, Betty Fennell 'of
Largo, Florida, and Vonsecil.
Parriott '(Dwight) of Belle
Wood, Illinois; his significant
other, Mary Deloris Williams
of Port St. Joe, Florida. rwo
step sons. Joathan Williams
of Port St.:Joe, Florida, and
David (Twilla) Williams of
Panama City, Florida; and,
three aunts, ,one uncle, and
a host of nephews, nieces,
cousins and friends.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday, March 18,
2006, at 11:00 a.m. EST at
New Bethel A.M.E. Church,
149 Ave. C, Port St. Joe,
Florida., Visitation: will be
from 10:00- 11:00 a.m. EST
Saturday at the church.


Without it, you'll not do much witnessing, friend.
Faith in God comes through the Son.
After you're saved, your service has begun.
He calls folks to big jobs and also to small.
To those He calls, He equips them all.
Many folks don't want to listen anymore.
To talk to God, they think you're a bore.
To serve God in the world in which we live,
You have to be committed and ready to give.
You need a thick skin because you'll be cut down.
Smile when you don't mean it, get rid of a frown.
Help folks daily, read the word and pray.
If you can do this, you're serving God today.
- Billy Johnson


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Interment will follow at Forest
Hill Cemetery.
All services are under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.

Carolyn

Clyburn

Mrs. Carolyn Clyburn was
born on October 25, 1954, in
Port St. Joe, F1 to the late
Jesse Dawson and Mrs. Annie
M. Griffin Dawson. She was
also preceded in death by a
sister, Barbara Harris.
She passed away Monday,
February 27, 2006 in Cedar
Rapids, Iowa.
Carolyn was educated in
the public school system of
Port St. Joe, FL and Waycross,
GA, graduating in 1972.
She was kind hearted
and thoughtful to. everyone
who came in contact with
her., Her congenial charac-
ter won a place in the heart
of those privileged to have
known her.
Survivors include, two
sons, Michael Dawson (Zinna)
of Maryland, tammeron
Dawson, San Diego, CA; hus-:
band Allen Clyburn, Miami,
FL; twograndchildren, Micayla
Dawson, Jordon Michael
Dawson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
sisters Shirley Benson (Rev.
Bernard), Waycross, GA,
Jeanette Stevens, Adel, GA,
Mary Dawson, Fayetteville,
NC, Sheila Daniels (Bobby),
Waycross, GA, PatriciaPerkins
(Rev. Earl), Waycross,. GA;,
two brothers, Jesse Dawson
(Nora), Waycross, GA, Larry
Dawson (Debbie); Tampa, FL;,
god children Shakila Coffie,
Destiny Fluker and a host
of nieces, nephews, extend-
ed family, Rosalind Stevens,
Laurel, MD, Phyllis Willis,
Port St. Joe, FL and a host of
special friends.,
Funeral Services were
held, March 6 at the Gaines
Chapel A.M.E. Church,


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P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
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BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
SUNDAY: General Assembly 9:45 a.m. Bible Study all ages 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.rm.
WEDNESDAY: Choir Practice 6 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Youth Group 7 p.m.
"0 taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that tristeth in Him."
Please accept this invitation to join us in worship. God bless you!
Pastor David Nichols
Church 647-5026 ". Home 769-8725



first Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE

Brent Vickery, Pastor
Buddy Caswell, Minister of Music & Education
Michaeil Rogers, Minister to Students
Sunday School ... ................ 9:45 am
Worship Service .... ........8:30 & 11:00 am
Disciple Training ................ 6:00 pm
Evening Worship ........... ..:.. 7-00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ........... 6:30 pm
Mon-Fri: Devotion orh 105.5 FM. ... 7:49 am ET


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First Baptist Church
MExico BEACH
Loeatedatt823 li5h .' \l a- Beach
: Corner of 15th Calit.l,-". 64.S- 76
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study at 6:30 p.m.
Please note, all times central!
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On t= T cfk "A Reformed Voice
l l in the Community"

Dr. Bill Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School ............................. 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Fellowship..................... 10:30 a.m.
'Sunday Morning Service .......... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service .............. 6:00 p.m..
Tuesday Night (Bay St. Joseph) 6:30 p.m.
Thursday Firehouse Fellowship .... 6:00 p.m.
801 20th Street Port St. Joe 229-6707
Home of Faith Christian School

TO KNOW CHRISTAND TO MAKEHIM KNOWN

++ +ST.JAMES'

1/ EPISCOPALCHURCH
800 22nd STREET, PORT ST. JOE
The Rev. Joseph A. Hagberg, Rector
8:00 and 11:00 a.m. (EST) Sunday School 9:45
Holy Eucharist With Healing Tuesdays at 12 noon
Holy Eucharist Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
Child Care Providedfor at 11:00 "..
*www.stjamesepiscopalchurch.org 850-227-1845


801 South GA. Parkway,.
Waycross, Georgia, Rev. Earl,"
Perkins, Pastor

Harold

Quackenbush

Harold Richard
Quackenbush, was born May
31, 1928 in Florida, New York.
He died Tuesday, March 7,
2006 at Bay Medical Center
at the age of 77.
Mr. Quackenbush was
a long-time resident of-
Apalachicola before moving '-
to Port St. Joe where he has
resided for 29 years.- He
was a chemical engineer and "
served as Vice-President of',
Operations at Port St. Joe
Paper Company. He was an '
U.S. Navy veteran and a mem-, '
ber of St. James Episcopal"
Church.
He is survived by his wife
Helen Porter Quackenbush
of Port St. Joe; son Richard/L
Quackenbush (Kim) of '
Tallahassee, daughter, Lynn '
Todd' of Port St. Joe; broth-
er, Gilbert Quackenbush of '.
Phoenix; Arizona; grandchil-'
dren; Brittney Brady. Lacey
Brady,- Cheyenne Todd, and'
Jordon Todd; sister-in-law,
Dorothy Hill (Wallace); broth- '
er-in-law, G. Rodman Porter.
Jr. (Damiis); and: 10 nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Friday at 10 a.m.,
EST, March 10 at Trinity
Episcopal Church (79.6t..
Street. Apalachicola) with i
burial in Magnolia Cemetery.' '!"
Visitation. was held at the
St. James Episcopal Church
(800 22nd. Street, Port St.
'Joe). In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made to eitheri
Trinity Episcopal Church or
St. James Episcopal Church.
Arrangements areunder direc- -'
tion of Kelly Funeral Home,
653-2208, Apalachicola.

(See OBITUARIES on Page 7B)


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METHODIST CHURCH
Constitution and M'onument Port St. Joe
(850) 227-1724


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SThe Potter's House
WHERE BROKEN VESSELS ARE MADE NEW
Rodney G. Leaman, Pastor
850-639-5993 850-639-4588
636 Second Street* Post Qffice Box 631* Wewahitchka, FL 32465
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
YOU ARE WELCOME AT THE POTTER'S HOUSE

You're Among ftlends at -
Oak Grove .ssemblv of God
David .i, ernandez. Pastor
Office: 850-227-1837 Parsonage: 850-229-6271
613 Madison Street ort St.Joe. f6
Schedule of Services
Sunday 'Wednesdas
Sunday School 9:45am .MidWeek.Meal 5:00pm
tMorning Worship 10:45am eld Week Bible Study 6:15pm
XOds on the Move 10:45am .uMinistry In Action 6:15pm
Cross Training Youth 6:15pm
M1es X tnistry- .onday-6:30pm
Cadres MInistryv- Tuesday. 7:00pm
Dynamic Praise it Worshlp Peaching the 'Pure 1Word .m.



HEALING SERVICE

Mexico Beach Christian Worship Center

Holding Services at the Mexico Beach Civic Center
Sunday 9:30 AM

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Jehovah's Witnesses Assembly


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The local congregation of
Jehovah's Witnesses would
like to invite you to attend a
two-day Assembly on March
19-20 at the Marina Civic
Center in Panama City. The
theme of the Assembly is,
"Clothe Yourselves With the
New Personality." Col. 3:10
During the final days of
the corrupt Old World, it is
vital that Christians main-
tain their spiritual attire and
safeguard their relationship
with God. The talks, inter-
views, demonstrations, reen-
actments, and experiences
should encourage each one
to be whole-souled in serving
God and to analyze whether
he is truly using'the remain-
ing time to do what is good
from God's standpoint.
A featured speaker will be
Richard Allen, a traveling rep-
resentative of the Watchtower
Bible and Tract Society. He
will give the Public Talk enti-
tled, "Are You Conquering the
Wicked One?" on Sunday.
Allen brings out that because
the world is influenced by
Satan it has a twisted view of


Saint James' Episcopal
Church in Port St. Joe has
scheduled special opportuni-
ties for the upcoming days of
Lent. On Wednesday. March
22, the Reverend Canon

Annual Men's Day
The men of New Bethel
AME Church cordially invites
the community to join them
on their annual day, Sunday,
March 19 beginning with
church school at 9:30 a.m.
The eleven a.m. worship
promises to provide an inspi-
rational service where every-
one will be blessed. After
feeding our spiritual bodies,
we will be physically fed as
well.
Rev. Jimmie L. Williams,
Pastor, and Chairman Bro.,
Eddie Fields would be hon-
ored by your presence. The
church is located on the cor-
ner of Avenue C and Highway
98.






James T. Wood
Mr. James T. Wood, Jr.,
53, of White City, passed
away Saturday, March 11,
2006, at his home.
Mr. Wood was a life-
long resident of Gulf County
and was a gospel singer and
songwriter, winning several
awards for songs of the year.
He was also an ordained min-,
ister in the .Baptist, denomi-
nation and he loved the state
of Florida and fishing.
lHe is survived by his wife
and .soulmate, Wanda Wood
of 'White City;. his mother,
Fay Wood; his brother, Greg
Wood; his .sister, Melody
Smith, all of Port Saint Joe.
He was blessed with a moth-
er-in-larw and father-in-law,


Alexander Wakeling, a priest
of the Diocese of Ontario,'
will present a talk on the life
and history of the Anglican
Church of Canada. The pre-
sentation will begin at 6 p.m.,
preceded by a celebration of
the Holy Communion accord-
ing the Canadian liturgy at
5:30 p.m.; a supper will-also
be served.
On the Fridays of Lent
Saint James' annual Lenten
Friday Noontime Sermon
Series continues. On Friday,
March 17, the preacher will be
the Right Reverend Duncan
Gray, Bishop of the Diocese
of Jackson, Mississippi from
1974 until his retirement
in 1993. On Friday, March
24, Saint James' will again
welcome Canon Wakeling to
the pulpit. The Friday ser-
vice with sermon begins at
noon, and is followed by a
simple but satisfying meat-
less luncheon. The'public
is especially invited to this


Evelyn and Murdic' Harcus,
'whom he loved dearly. Mr.
Wood was preceded in death
by his father, James T. Wood,
A memorial service
was held at 2:00 p.m. EST
Monday. March 13, at the
First Baptist Church of Port
Saint Joe. conducted by the
Rev. Brent Vickery. The fam-
ily will receive friends at'the
church, for an hour prior to
the service. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made
to Hospice of the Emerald
Coast, 700 West 23rd Street.
Suite 59, Panama City, FL'
32405 or to the First Baptist
Church Building Fund. 102
3rd Street, Port Saint Joe, FL,
32456.
All services are under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


service and luncheon, which
is planned to accommodate
the lunch hour of those who
work nearby.

Other services and pro-
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of Lent are scheduled. For
further information please
visit our website: stjamese-
piscopalchurch.org or call the,
Parish Office at 227-1845.
Or -Saint James' Church is
located at 800 22nd. Street,
at Garrison Avenue, in Port
St. Joe. Note: all times
Eastern;


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cise, overweight, smoking
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March as National Colorectal
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The entire month of March
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"All cancers are poten-
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the problem early."
Colorectal cancer, most
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cancer, develops in the
colon .or rectum and is the
third most diagnosed cancer
in both men, and women.
According to the American
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mated that in the year
2006, there will be a total
of 148,610 new ,diagnosed
cases of colorectal cancer
(106,680 colon and 41,930
rectum) and 55,170 deaths."
According to Florida's
statewide cancer registry,
there were a total of 9,878
.new cases diagnosed in
2004, which is:the most cur-
rent data year available. Men
and women are affected by
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but with timely screening
and treatment, it is curable.
Risk factors that increase
a person's chance of getting
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8B The Star Port St Jo 2006


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NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

Jacquelyn Gayle Weiland,
Ohio.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed against
you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on John
Arthur Weiland whose address
is 2817 Indian Pass Rd., Port
St. Joe, FL 32456 on or before
3/10/06, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court
at 1000 Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.,
Port St. Joe, FL. 32456, before
service on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you fail to
do so, default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Court's. office notified
of any current address. (You
must file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in this
lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings. Dated
2/14/06.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By Jasmine Hysmith, Deputy
Clerk.
Pubish: March 2 through
April 6

IN AND FOR THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
MANUEL CASTANEDA,
Plaintiff,
VS.
LUNMILLA FRANJDLOVA.,
JOHN DOE, AND ALL PARTIES
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED.
Defendants.


/
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
PUBLICATION
TO: Ludmilla Frajdlova and
John Doe
Defendant, Ludmilla
Frajdlova whose last known
residence was Slovakia and
Defendant, John Doe whose
residence is unknown if he/
she/they be living; and if he/
she/they be dead, the unknown
Defendant who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trust-
ees and all parties claiming an
interest by, through, or under or
against the Defendants, who are
known to be dead or alive, and
all parties having or claiming
to have any tight, title or inter-
est in the property described
below.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Quiet Title, has
been filed against you regarding
the property located at 280 N.
Canal Drive, Overstreet, Gulf
County, Florida, and more fully
described as follows:
Parcel 1: Commerce
at the SW comer of Sec. 32,
T5S, R11W, and extend a line
Northerly along W line of said
Sec. 32 for 480 ft; then turn
90degrees00' right for 285.5 ft.
to POB. From this POB con-
tinue the line last described
above for 202.5 ft. to the mean
high water line of a bayou; then
turn 57 degrees 48' right along
said mean high water line for
50.0ft then turn 108 degrees
30' right for 182.4 ft; then turn
72 degrees 28' right for 100.0 ft
to the POB. This parcel of land
has an area of 0.3 areas more
or less. It is in the SW A of SW
V of Sect. 32, T5S, R11W at
Overstreet, Gulf County, Fla.
Parcel 2: Commerce at the
SW corner of Sec. 32 for 480.0
ft; then turn 90 degrees 00
right for 285.5 ft; then turn
58degrees 46' right for 100.00
ft to POB. From this POB turn
72 degrees 28' left from the line
last described above for 182.4 ft
to the mean high water line of
a bayou; then turn 50 degrees
36' right along said mean high
water line for 50.0 ft; then turn
112 degrees 17' right for 194.8
ft; then turn 90 degrees 48' right
for 100.0 ft to the POB. This
parcel of land has an area of
0.3 acres, more or less. It is the
SW 'A of SW A of Sec. 32, T5S,
R11W, Overstreet, Gulf County,


Florida.
You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any, to this action on Mel
Magidson, Jr., Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is 528 Sixth
Street, P. 0. Box 340, Port St.
Joe, FL 32457, on or before
March 30, 206, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court
at Gulf County Courthouse,
1000 Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456, either
before service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated this 15". Day of
February, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
BY: B.A.-Baxter
Deputy Clerk
Publish: Run 2/23, 3/2, 3/9,
3/16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PROBATE DIVISION

VERA W. HARRISON
FILE NO. 06-07-PR

Deceased.
/
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of VERA W. HARRISON,
deceased, File Number 06-07-
PR is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this
notice is served who have objec-
tions that challenge the validity
of the will, the qualifications
of the personal representa-
tive, venue, or jurisdiction of
this Court are required to file
their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent


and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three (3)
months after thte of the first
publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is March
2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Charles A. Costin
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Florida Bar No. 699070

Personal Representative:
David Williamson
P.O. Box 3
Telephone: (904)'227-1159
Holt, Fl. 32542
Publish March 9 & 16, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PROBATE DIVISION

CLARENCE EVAN BROCK
FILE NO. 06-10-PR
Deceased.
/
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of CLARENCE EVAN
BROCK deceased, File Number
05-80-PR is pending in the
Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street,,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this


notice is served who have objec-
tions that challenge the validity
of the will, the qualifications
of the personal representa-
tive, venue, or jurisdiction of
this Court are required to file
their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three (3)
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF.THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARREl.
The date of first publication
of this Notice is 2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Charles A. Costin
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Florida Bar No. 699070

Personal Representative:
Clarence Ray Brock
1016 E. Boxwood Dr.
.Telephone: (904) 227-1159
Bainbridge, GA. 39819
-Publish March 9 & 16, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF File No.:
06-03PR
HARP, SR., ALAN B.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Alan B. Harp, Sr.,
deceased, whose date of death


was October 20, 2005, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
1000 Cecil Costin Blvd., Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHINTHETIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice is March 9, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Bruce H. Gordon
Attorney for Alan B. Harp, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 268917
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick,
LLP
101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Suite
2800
Tampa, Florida 33602
Telephone: (813) 229-7600

Personal Representative:
Alan B. Harp, Jr.
737 Country Lane.
Houston, Texas 77024
Publish March 9 & 16, 2006

NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School
Board is accepting bids for metal
trusses and metal roof panels
on the old Wewahitchka mainte-
nance building in Wewahitchka
Florida.


The successful bidder must
pre qualify as a contractor with
the Gulf County School Board.
The successful bidder must
also comply with the Jessica
Lunsford Act which requires a
level II screening for all employ-
ees that work at a school site.
Work shall comply with all state
and local codes.
Contact Greg Layfield
(Maintenance Coordinator) for
further information at 850-229-
8369 or come by 150 Middle
School Road, Port St. Joe, FL
32456.
The closing date for bids
is Monday, March 27, 2006.
All bids and pre-qualifying
information must be packaged
separately and should be sub-
mitted to Gulf County School
Board attention Greg Layfield
150 Middle School Road, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456.
Publish March 9 & 16, 2006

PUBLIC NOTICE
The March 13, 2006, regularly
scheduled meeting of the Port
St. Joe Port Authority has been
re-scheduled to the subsequent
Monday, March 20, 2006 at
5:00 pm EST. The meeting will
be held in the meeting room of
the Port St. Joe Gulf County
Library, 101 Library Drive, Port
St. Joe..
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic.
PORT ST. JOE PORT
AUTHORITY
TOMMY PITTS
PORT DIRECTOR

NOTICE
PUBLIC AUCTION
The City of Port St. Joe
will offer for sale the follow-
ing described property at public
auction. The first four items on
the list require minimum bids
and the remaining items are at
absolute auction.
1972 GMC Bucket Truck,
VIN#TCE63WV529488, miles
127,007 minimum bid -
$18,000
1995 Ford Crown Victoria,
VIN#2FALP71W2SX171525,
miles 93,263 minimum bid
$1,000.00
1989 Portable Air Conditioner,
mfg. Keco Industries,
SN#86863 minimum bid -
$500.00
1989 Portable Air Conditioner,
mfg. Keco Industries,
SN#86861 minimum bid -


1989 Ford F350 Utility Truck,
VIN# 1FDHF37Y8KNB81073,
miles 129,124
1987 Ford F150 P/U,
VIN# 1FTCF15Y3HNA74897,
miles 113,003
1988 Ford F150 P/U,
VIN# 1FTDF15Y6KNA50833,
miles- 111,548
1995 Ford F150 P/U,
VIN# 1FTEF15YOSNB41410,
miles unknown
1990 Ford F8000
Trash Truck (dump),
VIN# 1FDXK84PXMVA03555,
miles 144,491
International Tractor (year
unknown), Model#I2400DLO-
B
1982 Ford F150 P/U,
VIN#1FTCF10E8CNA65702,
miles 141,516
1990 Ford F150 P/U,
VI## 1FTDF15YOLLB23207,
miles 142,151
1986 Portable Air Compressor,
mfg., davey Compressor Co.
1963 Fermont Generator
60/45 KW (skid mount),
SN#52-60-238
1983 Ford F600 Truck,
VIN# 1FDMF60H2EVA07319,
miles unknown
1967 Trailer (military),
SN#8456
1981 Pettibone Fork Truck,
SN#6581
1988 Chevrolet Astro Van,
VIN# 1GCDM15Z1JB167184,
miles unknown
1987 Ford F700 Dump Truck,
VIN# 1FDNF70H9HVA8417,
miles unknown
Badger (year unknown) Ditch
Cleaner, SN#DD08G0113998
1987 Ford Ranger P/U,
VIN#FTBR10A7FUC63410,
miles unknown
Miscellaneous Tires (28) -
The auction will be held on'
Saturday, March 25, 2006, at
9:00 a.m. at the city warehouse
located at 1002 10th Street,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Other
items may be added prior to
the auction. All items may
be inspected on Friday, March
24, 2006, between the hours
of 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
at the city warehouse, or by
making prior arrangements with
John Grantland, Public Works
Director, by calling 850 229-
8247.
Publish March 16 & 23, 2006


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA sented ,a request to purchase Davis in her absence). hold a workshop to discuss the Commission meetings each
NOVEMBER 8, 2005 three (3) 800 MHZ radios and VETERANS' DAY indigent health care one-half month at the Old Gulf County
REGULAR MEETING a control station from a sole- Veterans' Service Officer cent sales tax issue. He report- Courthouse in Wewahitchka.
CONTINUED source supplier (Williams Com- Kennedy encouraged everyone ed that a workshop has been, Upon his inquiry, Commissioner
ORDINANCE NO. 2005-22 munications), in the amount of to remember and support Veter- scheduled for Thursday, Novem- Williams stated that renova-
AN ORDINANCE AMEND- $12,320.98. Upon motion by ans on November 11th. ber 10th at 6:00 p.m., C.T. (7:00 tions are needed before regular
ING THE COMPREHENSIVE Commissioner Barnes, second LABORERS ROAD p.m., E.T.) at the Old Gulf Coun- meetings can be held there (el-
PLAN OF GULF COUNTY, by Commissioner Williams, and DEPARTMENT ty Courthouse in Wewahitchka evator, lighting, sound system,
FLORIDA BY AND THROUGH unanimous vote, the Board ap- Road Department Super- to discuss this matter, etc.), and Chief Administrator
.. PROCEDURES REQUIRED proved this request. intendent Knee reported that RESTROOM FACILITIES / Butler is preparing a cost esti-
. FOR SMALL-SCALE MAP TRACTOR MAINTENANCE three (3) Laborer positions were INDIAN PASS mate because these renovations
AMENDMENTS PURSUANT DEPARTMENT advertised for the Road Depart- Upon inquiry by Chairman were not budgeted. Commis-
TO AUTHORITY UNDER On behalf of Maintenance ment, but he is only recommend- Peters regarding the proposed sioner Traylor stated that a cost
-STATE STATUTES SEC- Superintendent Mork, Chief ing that two (2) be hired at this agreement with Shawn Walker, analysis is being done, and will
- TION 163.3187, SPECIFI- Administrator Butler pre- time (he will hire another one in owner of Indian Pass Camp- be presented at the next regu-
CALLY CHANGING PARCEL sented a request to purchase the summer). He requested that ground, for public use of his lar meeting. Upon discussion
ID #03801-050R, 6.96 ACRES a tractor through State Con- the Board hire Adam Kemp and restroom facilities, County At- by Commissioner McLemore
r OF A TRACT OR PARCEL OF tract (#765900252) from Gulf Charles Ray Taunton, effective tomey.McFarland reported that -r.-..:, l.:i. .:.r p. -,.,pc..,-" b
LAND LYING AND BEING PART Co-:t Tr.ct.:.r r. the 'amount as soon as their paperwork is there has been attempted con- J-,,[: ..-i,.i..r r :-.. a....
OF, SECTION 31,,TOWNSHIP of : ..' 4*'' il'.. funds are inri in order. Upon motion by Com- "tact by telephone, but they have -, r,.. _p.1 ..., -:.....
6 SOUTH, RANGE 11 WEST, his budget). Upon motion by missioner Traylor, second by not yet set up,a meeting. Peters stated that Port St. Joe is
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Commissioner Traylor, second Commissioner McLemore, and MOSQUITO CONTROL the County Seat and he does not
FROM AGRICULTURAL TO by Commissioner Williams, and unanimous vote, the Board ap- DIRECTOR support holding regular meet-
MIXED COMMERCIAL/RESI- unanimous vqte, the Board ap- proved this request. Upon inquiry by Chairman wings in Wewahitchka (special
" DENTIAL LOW DENSITY; AND proved this request. AWARD BID #0506-04 / Peters, Chief Administrator But- meetings are not a problem),
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE AWARD BID #0506-03 ELEVATOR REPAIR OLD ler reported that the Mosquito but he would support changing
DATE. TRUCK / EMERGENCY GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE Control Director II position has the start time of one of the meet-
*-Complete Ordinance on file MANAGEMENT Upon recommendation by been advertised with the Ameri- wings. Rex Buzzett, of Port St.
with Clerk* On behalf of Emergency Road Department Superinten- can Mosquito Control Associa- Joe, stated he believes that the.
PUBLIC HEARING LAND USE Management Director. Nelson, dent Knee, Commissioner Wil- tion and in the local newspa- regular business of the Board of
ORDINANCE STOCKARD Chief Administrator Butler pre- liams motioned to award Bid per. He further reported that County Commissioners should
Pursuant, to advertisement sented a request to award Bid #0506-04 (for repair of the el- the County could hire an indi- be handled in the County Seat.
to hold a public hearing to con- #0506-03 (for a new pickup evator at the Old Gulf County vidual to supervise the Mosquito COUNTY-WIDE VOTING /
a sider adoption of. a proposed truck) to Robert Hutson Ford- Courthouse in Wewahitchka) to Control Department (with Solid EXPENSES
- ordinance governing land use in Lincoln-Mercury, in the total Mowrey Elevator, in the amount Waste Director Danford "men- Marilyn Blackwell, of
Gulf County, County Attorney amountof$27,351.00 (the funds of $21,850.00 (the funds are toring"/overseeing the program) Dalkeith, appeared before the
McFarland read the proposed are in his budget). Upon motion in the budget). Commissioner for a 4-year period to obtain the Board to request that the pub-
the ordinance by title and called by Commissioner Traylor, sec- McLemore seconded the motion, necessary experience to hold the lic be updated on the progress
for public comment. There be- ond by Commissioner Barnes, and it passed unanimously. Director position. Chief Admin-. of the County-Wide Voting liti-
ing no public comment, Com- and unanimous vote, the Board BID #0506-06 (A-C) / SALE istrator Butler reported that if gation at every Board meeting.
' missioner Williams motioned approved this request. OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT someone is not hired soon, the County Attorney McFarland
to adopt the following-titled INVOICES BERM ROAD DEPARTMENT State Department of Agriculture- stated that, as this is a litigation
ordinance. Commissioner Tray CONSTRUCTION (BID #0405- Road DepartmentSupenn- will come before the Board re- matter, he will have to speak
lor seconded the motion, and it -14) tendent Knee reported on Bid garding this matter, in broad terms regarding this
r seconded the motion, and it On behalf of Emergency #0506-06, stating that no bids TOWN HALL MEETING matter. He then reported that
ORDNANEiNOu 2005l23 Management Director Nelson, were received for Item A (1983 HIGHLAND VIEW the County has hired Coppins,
ORDINANCE NO. 2005-23 Chief Administrator Butler pre- Ford F-100 Pickup / #100-342) Commissioner Williams re- Monroe, Adkins, Dincman &
N THE COMPE SIVE sentedAdvanceConstruction or Item B (1985 Dodge King ported that 'he willhold a town Spellman, P.A. (who handled
PLAN THE GLF CO UNTSIV Services Invoice #6 (F.E.M.A.), Cab Pickup Truck / #75-50), hall meeting in Highland View the case in Washington County),
FLORIDA BY AND THROUGH in the amount of $192,790.00, and he is recommending that on November 14th at 6:00 p.m., and he has a meeting scheduled

PROCEDURES REQUIRED and Invoice #9 (State), in the these items be declared surplus E.T. to discuss many important with Attorney Michael Spellman
FOR SMALL-CALE QUIMAP amount of $135,270.00, for the and transferred -to the City of issues affecting the residents in on November 9th. He further
FOR SAMENDMENTS PURSUCALE T MAP berm construction project at St. Wewahitchka. Upon motion-by that area (seawall, gazebo, water reported that the lawsuit should
,TO AUTHORITY UNDER Joseph Peninsula (to be paid Commissioner Traylor, second system, wastewater system, an- be ready to file within a month.
TO AUTHORITY UNDER from Account #43137-34000). by Commissioner McLemore, nexation, etc.). MsBlackwell then inquired
sTATE STATUTES SEC- Ms.B q r
TION 163.3187, SPECIFI- Upon motion by Commissioner -and unanimous vote, the Board BUTLER BAY ROAD / about the costs that were in
CALLY CHANGING PARCEL Barnes, second by Commission- approved this recommendation. MOSAIC curred before it was changed,
ID #03469-OOOR, 9.75 ACRES er Traylor, and unanimous vote, Road Department Super- Commissioner Williams re- and changed again. County
"OF A TRACT OR PARCEL OF the Board approved payment of intendent Knee also requested ported that a company called Attorney McFarland stated, that
LA LYINGRAND BEING PARTE O these invoices, that the Board accept the bid Mosaic (who bought Butler's
LAND LYING AND BEINGPART GRANT AGREEMENT from Malcolm Garrett, in the Restaurant and the old C. R. she will need to submit a public
OF, SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS amount of $555.0, for Item C Smith property) has requested infomationT ROAD 381 / ROAD
SOUTH, RANGE WEST, ELEMENT (DC.A.) (1966 Ford Fire Truck / #100- that the County abandon Butler PAVING
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Upon request by Chief Ad- 559). Upon motion by Corn- Bay Road. He stated that they Marilyn Blackwell, of
SFROM AGRICULTURAL TO ministrator Butler and Planner missioner McLemore, second are offering many amenities for Dalkeith, appeared before the
RESIDENTIAL LOW DENSIT'Y; Richardson, Commissioner Wil- by Commissioner Traylor, and the public in exchange for this Board to discuss that C. R. 381
AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC- liams motioned to apply for a unanimous vote, the Board ap- abandonment, and requested is only being widened by 1 foot
TIVE DATE. $15,000.00 grant from D.C.A., proved this request, that each Commissioner study on each side, and inquired as
*Complete Ordinance on file for assistance in completing the BID #0506-05 EMERGENCY this very carefully. to whether it could be widened
th Cerk* FLORIDA Capital Improvements Element GENERATOR / ROAD CITY OF MEXICO BEACH / more. Commissioner McLemore
SOMEECIATING FLORIDA (Capital Improvements, Trans- DEPARTMENT INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT stated that the road is sup-
C (F.A.C.) T Oportation Concurrency, Vision) Upon discussion by Road WATER SYSTEM
S(F.A.C.) of, the Comprehensive Plan. Department Superintendent Commissioner Williams re- posed to be widened by 1- feet
ministraor Staff Assistant Ste- Commissioner Traylor seconded Knee that no bids were received ported that he met with repre- oneach side. Commissioner
administrator StaffAsitn the motion, and it passed unan- for installation, of an emergency sentatives of the City of Mexico Williams reported that he has
phens Commissioner Williamsaspecification book from the
phens, Commissioner. Williams motisly. generator at the Road Depart- Beach regarding an interlocal specification book from e
motioned to approve travel to GULF COUNTY E.M.S. ment, Commissioner McLemore agreement for the County to Engineers which is available for
the F.A.C. Florida Impact Re- STATE INSPECTION motioned to re-advertise to assume the water system infra- her review.ON
view Task Force meeting in Chief Administrator Butier receive bids for the generator structure from Gulf Sands Res- LEGISLATION HOSPITAL
Jacksonville on November 15th. reported on an unannounced (Planner Richardson to prepare -taurant to the Bay County line. Commissioner to Ms Blackwpre-
Commissioner Traylor seconded State Inspection of Gulf County the 'specifications). Commis- Upon motion by Commissioner sented a legisto lan which
the motion, and it passed unan- E.M.S., stating that they re- sioner Barnes seconded the Williams, second by Commis- regarding implementation ofwhich
im ously. ceived an exemplary rating, motion, and it passed unani- sioner Barnes, and unanimous allows for implementation of
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT with no deficiencies. He then mously., vote, the Board agreed for Coun- the one-half cent surtax (sales
S-CITY OF PORT ST. JOE read the letter received from the BEACH ADVISORY ty Attorney McFarland and Chief
County Attorney McFarland State, and the Board agreed to COMMITTEE / BEACH RE- Administrator Butler to meet COUNTY ROAD 381 / ROAD
resented a revised interlocal recognize Gulf County E.M.S. NOURISHMENT with the City of Mexico Beach to PAVING
presented a revised interlocal PAVING
agreement from the City of Port Director McGuffin, Ambulance Upon discussion by T.D.C. draft the interlocal agreement. County Engineer Bill Ken-
S. Joe rgrom the ppose Director Curry, and staff for the Director Pickett that the Beach PRIORITY PAVING LISTS nedy discussed that roadpaving
St. Joe regarding the proposed excellent job they are doing. Advisory Committee has a pre- ROAD BOND ISSUE nedy discussed that road pam g
one-half cent sales tax for indi- TELEPHONE SYSTEM sentation regarding beach resto- Commissioner Williams specifications are often amended
gent health care. Upon motion COURTHOUSE ration on St. Joseph Peninsula, requested that each Commis- to coincide wth the funds avail-
byCommissionerWilliams, se- Chief Administrator Butler Chairman Peters requested that sioner survey his district and ABANDONMENT- PROPERTY
ond by Commssoner Barnes, reported that the County has this be tabled until later in the develop a priority list for the En- / ROADS
and unanimous vote, the Board used. all available slots on the meeting. gineers (road paving, infrastruc- Commissioner Traylor re-
approved the new interlocal telephone system, and GT Corn PETALS-N-THINGS / ture, etc.). questedthatthe Board be very
agreement and agreed to pres- will be submitting a proposal CHOPPER TOUR STUMPHOLE / BEACH quested that the Board be very
ent it to the City of Wewahitchka to upgrade the system. He also Chamber of Commerce Di- RESTORATION careful when considering aban-
or their approval F COUNTY discussed problems that have rector Chafin reported that there Commissioner Barnes dis- donmet of any County prop-w
AMBULANCE -GULF COUNTY occurred regarding vendors was an excellent turnout for the cussed the letter he submitted erty, roadways or allam s con
On behalf of Gulf County other than GT Corn working on W. R. Chase Chopper Tour at to Representative Bense re- cured with this, stating that the

E.M.S. Director McGuffin, Chief the system, and recommended Petal-n-Things in Wewahitchka. questing assistance with beach County should look into retain -
Administrator Buffer presented thatsthe Board designate Lynn MUSIC-BY-THE-BAY restoration in an effort to pre- ing the right for future access
'arequestto purchaseamedium- Stephens as the contact person Chamber of Commerce serve the Stumphole area and mg the ght for utilities, future access.
duty ambulance through State for any repairs and/or changes Director Chafin reported that to reduce the expected cost of T.S. ALBERTO "BUY-OUT"
S contract (Medic-Master), in the on the Courthouse telephone Music-by-the-Bay has been installing a bridge. He then mo- PROGRAM / COUNTY

total amount of $159,593.00, to system. Upon motion by Corn- cancelled this week due to the toned to also submit a letter to PROPERTY
e paid from Homeland Security missioner McLemore, second Ducks Unlimited Annual Dinner the Florida Department of En- Upon inquiry by Commis-
Grant funds. Upon motion by by Commissioner Traylor, and being held during that time. vironmental Protection (D.E.P.). sioner Traylor, County Attorney
Commissioner Traylor, second unanimous vote, the Board VETERANS' DAY Commissioner McLemore sec- McFarland reported that the
by Commissioner Williams, and agreed to. submit a letter to all Chamber of Commerce Di- onded the motion, and it passed properties purchased through
S so e e ardn Constitutional Officers and De- rector Chafin encouraged every- unanimously. the T. S. Alberto "Buy-Out" Pro-

roved this request. apartments in the Courthouse one to thank theirVeterans. REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS gram cannot be sold, but the
RADIOS GULF COUNTY Complex to notify them that all WORKSHP WEWAHITCHKA Commissioner McLemore County could enter into recre-
SE.M.S. telephone repair and/or mate- / ALES TAX ISSUE discussed that Commissioner aton easements to allow adjoin-
telephone repair and/or mate- HEALTH CARE
On behalf of Gulf County nance should be handed by Ad- Chairman Peters discussed liams previously agreed to ing property owners to keep the
~.M.S. Director .MGuffin, ministrator Staff Assistant Ste- a request from the City bf make a mof the regular County sion ion to begin hold- property clean. Upon discus-
Chief Administrator Butler pre- phens (or G.I.S. Director Larry Wewahitchka for the Board to ing one of the regular County sion regarding the. advertising

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process needed to begin this
process, Commissioner Tray-
lor stated that the individuals
interested in leasing the prop-
erty should pay the cost of the
advertisement. Commissioner
McLemore motioned to proceed
with this process. Commission-
er Traylor seconded the motion,
and it passed 4 to 1, with Chair-
man Peters voting no.
ROAD PAVING FUNDS -
STONEMILL CREEK / G.C.I.
ROAD
Upon inquiry by Commis-
sioner Traylor, County Engi-
neer Kennedy reported that the
County will receive over $1 mil-
lion from the State for paving
of the Stone Mill Creek / G.C.I. -
Road.
FIRE DEPARTMENTS /
DISTRICTS
Commissioner Williams dis-
cussed the taxes generated in
each fire district and the need for
future planning, and '-a :'r.i d
permission for the Fire' -_i. Iw ir,
the St. Joseph Fire Control Dis-
trict to begin the process of or-"
ganizing their departments, and
they will then assist the other
fire districts. Upon motion by
Commissioner Williams, second
by Commissioner Barnes, and
unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved this request.
BEACH RE-NOURISHMENT /
ST. JOSEPH PENINSULA
T.D.C. Director Pickett dis-
cussed meetings that have been
held by the Beach Advisory
Committee regarding beach res-
toration from the Stumphole to
the State Park, and presented a
slide presentation of the areas
affected and development of a
Municipal Service Taxing Unit
to fund the restoration. Mike
Dombrowski, of MRD & Asso-
ciates, discussed the feasibility
study that his company is pre-
paring, options for restoration,
cost estimates and a proposed
timeline on the project. Upon
inquiry by Chairman Peters,
T.D.C. Director Pickett reported
that it will affect both sides of
the peninsula, but there would
be two separate M.S.T.U.s, with
different formulas used for the
Bay side and for the Gulf side.
Upon call for public comment,
the following individuals ap-
peared:
Marsha Henry discussed ad-
ditional taxing on an area that is
already paying 23% of the ad va-
lorem taxes, and requested that
this issue be tabled until further
research can be done.
Upon inquiry by Chairman
Peters, County Attorney McFar-
land stated that the M.S.T.U.
is a taxing unit, and discussed
the ordinance process that must
be followed to implement it. He
also stated that pledging the
M.S.T.U. to pay for a revenue
bond would have to be approved
by referendum in March, 2006.
Upon inquiry by Commis-
sioner Traylor, Mr. Dombrowski
stated that there was no erosion
on the Bay side. Commissioner
Traylor discussed that it would
be unfair for the property own-
ers on the Bay side to have to
pay the additional tax.
Jim McClure discussed that
residents of the Bay side and
tourists who are renting houses
on the Bay side walk across his
property, park in his yard, etc.
to access the beach on the Gulf
side, which further destroys the
dunes on his property.
Dan Henry discussed that
the residents of the Bay side
care about the residents on the
Gulf side, but people from the
entire County use the beach.
He stated that the real issue is
the additional tax and where the
"line" determining who pays the
tax was drawn.
Gerald Buntyn discussed
that he has property on the Bay
side, and he feels that the beach
is an asset to the County and
they should fund this project
(not the property owners at the
Cape).
Edward Wood stated that
this is not a good plan, and it
will not work at the peninsula.
He discussed they would remove
the sand (dredge) from the Cape,
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and there has already been a
huge loss of sand in that area.
He requested that the Board not
approve this re-nourishment
plan. ,
Ron Westmark reported that
he lives on the Bay side, and dis-
cussed the fairness in this mat-
ter. He stated that no one in his
neighborhood even knew about
a Beach Advisory Committee
(B.A.C.) or their meetings, and
requested that the Board make
a decision regarding this mat-
ter tonight. He stated that if the
residents on the Gulf side want
this, they should pay for it .
Linda W.:..:. Jrqu-ed'about
who would :.,e .:,r- ir', issue
and, after r'..pi t f C. Di-
rector Pickett, she stated that.
only the registered voters (not
all property owners) in that area
would be allowed to vote on this
issue. She stated that it is un-
fair for a small number of voters
to make the decision that will
affect all property owners, and
stated that since it is a public
beach, the entire County should
support the sustenance of it.
Doug Kent stated that he
does not live on the Cape, but he
is very concerned about conser-
vation of the Bay, and he. feels
that if something is not done in
the Stumphole area, the ecosys-
tem of the Bay will change.
Steve Edgar stated that he
lives on the Cape, and he feels
that we do need beach re-nour-
ishment, but he feels that the
entire County should fund this
restoration because they benefit
from the tax base.
Dianne Guess reported that
she has not received a letter
that this project has been in
the works or what it would cost
the taxpayers. T.D.C. Director
Pickett reported that this began
when the County received fund-
ing for the feasibility study, the
initial meeting was advertised
and held at the Cape, and that
she has over 100 letters of sup-
port for this program. After
discussion that the tax amount.-
. should be available in February,
Mrs. Guess requested that the
Board tabled this matter until
actual figures are received.
T.D.C. Director Pickett stat-
ed that the funding mechanism
must be in place by December
31st, but it would still have to
be approved by referendum in
March for the program to pro-
ceed. Commissioner Traylor
discussed that he believes that
the individuals who will benefit
from this should be the ones
who fund it.
Charlie Weston discussed
the development of the B.A.C.,
Sand that this issue was, dis-
cussed at several County. Com-
mission meetings. BHe also
stated that this is a plan for a
long-term solution, and every-
one should 'work together to
accomplish it (State, Property
Owners & County).
BEACON HILL PROPERTY
ACCESS
Upon discussion by John
Schweizer, Chairman Peters
requested that the Board table
this issue until the Beach Re-
nourishment issue it complete.
BEACH RE-NOURISHMENT /
ST. JOSEPH PENINSULA
Les Heard discussed meet-
ing with representatives from
the areas who have success-
fully implemented this program
in their counties to obtain more
information about how it works
before a final decision is made.
He stated that our beach is vital
and, if you lose it, you lose the
tax value that it represents.
Woody Guess discussed
that beach restoration is defi-
nitely needed, but the lines re-
garding who will pay for it need
to be re-addressed, because it is
hot fair.
Mary Ann Conroy discussed
there are two different M.S.T.U.s
being proposed, so that one can
be adopted for the Gulf side and
one for the Bay side.
Edward Wood discussed
where the sand will come from
that is placed on the beach (to
be dredged from outside of the


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,point), and requested that the
Board vote tonight to oppose
this project.
Raymond Wood discussed
that Edward Wood got up twice
to speak, and he should be al-
lowed to come back twice (all
people should be treated equal-
ly).
Rich Brenner discussed
that the beaches and the river
are County assets, and the
County should support protect-
ing them. He stated that ifthe
County loses additional tax base
at the Cape, the funds will have
to be made up by the rest of the
County. He requested that the
Board research this matter and
look at the Cape as an asset.
Commissioner Williams dis-
cussed that the Cape is a great
asset, but he feels that this
should be addressed/ County-
wide. He stated that the Board
should gather additional infor-
mation, hold town hall meetings,
look at financial data and meet
with the B.A.C. regarding this
issue because there could be a
huge economical impact if this
opportunity passes by. Com-
missioner Traylor discussed the
unfairness in the way that the
M.S.T.U. is currently being pro-
posed, stating that there needs
to be another option.
-Betty Weston requested that
the Board allow the B.A.C. to
make their entire presentation,
after all research is done, before
making a decision.
Chairman Peters discussed
the possibility of the County
funding this project (during
budget time) in order to be
fair. He then passed' the Chair
to Vice Chairman McLemore
and motioned to terminate the
M.S.T.U. process immediately.
Commissioner Traylor seconded
the motion, and it passed unan-
imously. Chairman McLemore
returned the Chair to Commis-
sioner Peters.
BEACON HILL PROPERTY
ACCESS
John Schweizer, of Beacon
Hill, appeared before the Board
to discuss that he will lease
his property to the County (for
beach access) for the amount
of the property taxes. Com-
missioner Williams motioned
to enter into a lease with Mr.
Schweizer to use his property as
beach access, with the County's
annual payment to Mr. Schweiz-
er being the amount of property
taxes he pays on that parcel.
Commissioner McLemore sec-
onded the motion, and it passed
unanimously.
TRAFFIC CONTROL DUMP
TRUCKS
Upon inquiry by Raymond
Wood, of Highland View, about
hours of operation being placed
on the dump trucks traveling on
Red Fish Street, Commissioner
Williams discussed the time in-
volved in the ordinance process.
Upon discussion that the trucks
will no longer use the roads ef-
fective January 27, 2006, Com-
missioner Williams motioned
to send a letter to The St. Joe
Company requesting that all of
their vendors only use the road
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.-
5:30 p.m., E.T. Commissioner'
McLemore seconded the motion,
and it passed unanimously.
BEACH RE-NOURISHMENT /
ST. JOSEPH PENINSULA
Upon discussion by Com-
missioner Traylor that the Board
needs to give some direction to
T.D.C. Director Pickett and the
B.A.C. about the beach renova-
tion issue, Commissioner Wil-
liams and members of the Board
discussed contacting surround-
ing counties who have imple-
mented the M.S.T.U. to receive
additional information.
There being no further busi-

ness a'nd upon motion by Com-
missioner Williams, the meeting
did then adjourn at 8:35 p.m.,
E.S.T.

NATHAN PETERS, JR.
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
REBECCA L. NORRIS
CLERK


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call (850)648-5700. __.O3270-Jewelry/Clothing -- 41 O -0or visit careers.joe.com to sonnel needed, 40hr to ensure that theproper- coast. edu/obs. GCCC is fax to 229-7952, email to
.... .3280 Machinery/ '. submit an online applica- week,' valid DL, apply in ties are in their best condi- EA EO'M F 'vei'empyer. -rebecca.standige' joe.
Equipment Administrative tion & resume person at Badcock & tion and report any house- corn or visit careers joe
Dogs & Cats 3290 Medical Equipment Admnstratve Equal Opportunity more, 515 Cecil G Costin keeping or maintenance c.m lo submit an online
3300 Miscellaneous Employer. Senior Blvd problems. Pan ime and PF"otesson ,a pplicaiior, A resume.
Classified For Sale? __0- MusiclInents Employer. Senior Blvd ".
la fied ForSale? 3310 Musical Instruments Pre-Employment Drug full time p.:,iorns are ASSISTANT Equal Opportunity Em-
3320.- Plants & Shrubs/ Screening Required General available. We offer an ex PROJECT ployer Pre-Employment
can! Supplies ELEVATOR CONSTRUC- cellent benefits package PROJECT Drug Screening Required
'a 3330- Restaurant/Hotel TORS recruiting appren- for full time employees. MANAGER.
S If ou'reread 334- Sporting Goods tices in the Parnama Ciry Must work weekends. professional
S 'Lj.ili 3350 Tickels (Buy & Sell| APnirra ,Pe .ensacola, & F Whalt.'n i'uSi rae reii.iablem St Joe. Towns & Resorts Prfsi
to move up or .. j BOOKKEEPER .areas.for its 4yr. program: ol rrarip.:'naiio'ri has been recognized, as DEVELOPMENT.
SZminittie OFFICE MGR. Must be 18 or older, have Apply In person at: the nation's premier devel- MANAGER
are just Aministrative Experience & organization- high school diploma or Resort Vacation Properties oper of resort and residen-
SI 313o Assistant al skills required. Books GED, pass a aptitude test, ofSt. George Island, Inc.. tial communities. The St St Joe Towns & Resorts
starting out Auction! set up on Quick Books. & be able to perform work 125 West Gulf Beach Dr. Joe mission is to plan, de- has been recognized as
Classifiedcan Fri.- l M r 17th GT Corn. oai communi- Send resume to: Gecre. ,,, the trade. $25 testing. St Geor.le island FL velop, 'build, and operate the nation's premier devel-
S Classified can 7 Eastern ,C'.ri: :c.nmpriy' provider W. Duren, @. Duren ,a ee. is required at the time 850.927-232.2, EM 158 :master-planned residential oper of'resort and residen-
ter in NorthwestFlorida with Piggly Wiggly PO Box 18 of test. Send request for and resort, communities, trial communities. St Joe's
help you open There .are specific Flori- Wade Clark 55,000 access lines, has Port St. Joe FI 2457 or application & more info General by offering real estate ser- mission is to plan, devel-
the door to da Statutes applicable Auctions vacancy for an Administra- call 229-6031 to-set up in- post mark no later than RESIDENTIAL vices to a broad spectrum- op, build, and operate
to -the sale of dogs and 314 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, tive. Assistant at their Port terview. 04/04/06 to: NEIEP-124PC, SALES of customers. Currently, master-planned residential
home owner- cats within the state or 850-229-9282. St. Joe location. Rep rP RO. Bo' 55397, St. Peter- St. Joe Towns & Resorts is and resort communities
transportated into. the AB1239,AU1737, ir.g o itre Dire or Co OF- r.urs: FL 33732 EOE/DF You'll work with seeking an Assistant Proj- by offering real estate ser-
ship; We've got state for the purpose ...r 10% Buyer's Premium, eraon. Suce.tul candi- Administrative h owrs to pe i ect Managerfor the Port St vices to a broad spectrum
properties at F N providing administrative 'FIRST BAPTIST of Port St. es, and build your busi- manage all elements of Towns & Resorts currently
Please research Flori- and clerical support for the SALES ASSISTANT Joe, is now accepting re- ness in Panama City. We business plarinirg, entitle- has an opening for a De-
S every price, da Siauie 828229 IDogs 3220 Operations Deparmeni needed n Panarrima Ciry In. sun',e from ,rteresitd per- seek professional driven rents, planning, design velopmeni Manager to
t ando ca rarspe tr.. nec or O BLONG DINING along with oier Senior come poteri.ai unlin-mired. eons or ithe full rme posi- closer, with sales experi- and construction of resort oversee varied arid dy-
with locations orie lor e: han OBLO Management when rredical terels available. irl oi Crrer Mnister. ence, You'll also need a residential .communities. narmc projects in he Port
a o w. requirements; consumer ROOM TABLE needed. Excellent written Candidate must be profes- Bring resume' by church .clean driving record, and General knowledge of Si Joe area. BS in Civil En-
all OVer tOWn! guarantee) 'before with 6 chairs, $200 or best and oral communication sional with excellent com- office, 102.3rd St., Port St. pre-screen drug & back- project management, fea- gineerirngBuilding Con-
An ifyour you offer for sale a cat offer-Call 850-340-0913 skills and proficient use of munication and .organiza- Joe or call 850-227-1552 ground checks. We offer sibility analysis, and cost sirucruon or 10 years in
And if oure or dog. Midrosoft Office with er-i tional skills. Proficiency 'in for more information. A job first year earning potential benefit analysis are essen- Site Work Development re-
phasis on Excel and Word Microsoft Office required. descripion is available, to $35K, comprererns,.,e tial. Must have excellent quired Cenilication in
planningrequired. A lo year de- Must be bilingual in Span- Resumes will be accepted paid training & ousland. communication and NPDES is a must. This po-
sell, Classified To Place An Ad 3230 I gree or equivalent ahd one ish and 'English. Call until April 21,2006. ing benefits. multi-tasking skills. Mini- sition requires extensive
2n, .h, T 42 NAN. 1OOK ROAD. to three years of related 561-432-3351 mum 4 year degree and 5 experience with contracts,
can introduce in The times Mexico Beach.SAT.7am-? experience required. General Please apply in person at years of combined techni- cost estimating, budget
ClassifiedS 'Getting Oldl Clearing Outl GULF COAST 1337W. 19th St. cal training and related irack;ng scheduling, plat-
you to the Call Lots of New and Oldl We offer a competitive sal- Administative COMMUNITY anama y,.L3240 project management expe- ng and oledge o MS
market's be (850) 747-5020 'COME AND SEE ary and benefits package MATURE Individual within a rience required. Engineer- Excel. Word Prolect and
F: 4837 McCall Lane Including 401K. Please re- working knowledge of COLLEGE At Terminix, you'll find an ing or construction educa- AutoCAD.
or (near Cherokee Heights spond in confidence to: quickbooks, Word Proces- Facilities Maintenance environment that is built tion preferred. Basic
1 (800)345-8688 Rd. on Hwy 231) Susan Machemet has a pleasant phone Franklin) for semi-inde-. career paths & training and MS Project a plus. We 850-2297952, email to re-
Saturiamy Marc 1t ridy Human Resources voice and disposition. Full pendent work on grounds programs can help you offer great pay and an ex- oecca srandige,',ioe corn
r 18th8amto?. Look7fora Manager time position for combine and in the maintenance of advance as far as you celieril benefrs package. or visit careers joe com to
BraGT Com secretary, reception, and college facilities (building want That is, i you're a. subm, an onine applica-
|signs R O. Box 220 bookkeeper for a local maintenance, custodial), motivated person with ex- Please fax your resume to tion & resume.
GARAGE SALE! SAT Port St. Joe, FL 32457 growing company. Send Ability to stand, walk, ceptional sales & cus- 850-229-7952, emailto e- Equal Opportunity Em-
I March 18, 7am-1pm 'EST. resume to: RO. Box 602, bend/ stoop,-climb, reach tomer service skills who's becca.standige@joe.com- player Pre-Employment
,' 304 Nautilus Dr. St. Joe smachemerlfairpoint.com Port St Joe, FL 32457 or above shoulder level, ready to join a Fortune 500 or, visit careers.joe.com to Drug Screening Required
mN Beach, many misc items; FAX: 850-229-8689 Fax to: 850-227-3140. kneel, balance, squat, leader. From here, your submit an online applica-
D children & adult clothes. EOE/MFDV crawl, :crouch, lift 25-80 'potential could take you tion & resume RivPri
Ibs, work at heights & with- anywhere. Equal Opportunity Em- R i verily
rirt.i -eseS iastaa stand exposure to marked TERMINIX player Pre-Employment
h I nnCOlCorreCt lnSertiOnPolicy Administrative changes in temperature Success-Breeds Success Drug Screening Required
:,i ^^ For Classified Receptionist and humidity or extremes full&part
D&D.'s LAWN SERVICE. In-column Advertisers Company seeking a per- dust, fumes, gases and The News Herald is Seeking an
D&D's sonable, dependable, chemicals. Requires HS individual interested in providing tine
S$500 POLICE IMIPOUNDS! Reliable- Mexico Beach All ads placed by phone are read back to the adver- highly motivated person diploma/equivalency & val- great service to our customers in positions
SCars from $5001 Tax Re- couple will landscape, tiser to insure correctness. The newspaper will as- able to multi-task and work id FL driver's license;
,. sales Cr.'ruclsUV Also AdaRable oorePtUSt sume correctness at the time of the read-back proce- well under pressure. Must some experience pro- Springfield available
sTta'sC a's ey.: Joe, Wewa & The Cape. dure unless otherwise informed. be professional in appear- ferred. 2 at0- $8.33/hr pringiel Mustbeneat,
.& More! For Listings, Call Dan. Diana 2278225 or have pleasant telephone Open Until Filled.
1-800-298-5414 Ext C171 648-5081 or 227-5770 P a etiquette. Good communi- Panama City responsible &
MOW ING- '. P.* cation and computer skills Gene-ral
." Cost Cutters are a must. Applicants Maintenance Must have reliable transportation and be able to work utgoilg
--11- ;Lawn Service Great rates, may fax resume to: Desk Assistant early a.m. hours. This is an independent contractor Must have
Lreiabie quality lawn care a 850-639-9756 or mail re- Maintenance Dsk Assis- position with part-time hours and full time earnings
Long termL budget plans. yOur sumetoPOB with no collecting necessary. t OWn
SCall Art.today for erimae Wewahitchka, FL 32465 or tetrhllbniceatinn t h otwipn .


office 850-648-5934 cell call 850-639-4200. guests, maintenance me-
ANGEL DUSTERS, Home, 906- 748-268, email: Advertisers are requested to check the advertise- chanics and vendors in a Come join -
Office Commercial Ewe Z.ggy.glcc.m nor ne menr on the first insertion for correctness. Errors fast-paced vacation rental The News Herald Carrier tam tion
call Su-an 850485. 0ould be reported immediately CHILDREN'S MINISTER company. Good telephone Apply in
e SLsanH e d wil n be responsible o for First Baptist Church of. and organizational skills and earn above average $'s while being your own
-Y The News Herald will not be responsible for more, Port St. Joe. Now ac- are a must. We offer an ex-seson
H 1 than one incorrect insertion, nor will it be liable for Pt applications for FT cellent benefits a e boss. Carrier applications accepted: peson
-"BANK FORECLOSURES! any error in advertisements to a greater extent than ptin a in for F llt i pakg
OLD MAIDS BY THE BAY Homes 'from $1000013 the cost of the space occupied by the error. Position. Bring resume by for full-time employees. 78 Commerce
I e ns c.e r aab HI ;the church office at 102 Must work weekends. NEWS HERALD
INC cicaning service. Real- bedrooms available HiJC" ... s d c Third St. PSJ, or- call Apply In person at: Apalachicola
derilil, vacation rental. lrepsoo RED rec These Any copy change, during ordered schedule consti-552 r re rtpees Street Apalachicola
Pressure washing. Call nomes rr ust sel. For List- tutes a new ad and new charges. formation.850227-15A jobr mordescrip- of St. George Island, Inc. (850) 747-5050th Rver
654 mesThe News Herald DOES NOT guarantee position iontion is available. Resumes 125 West Gulf Beach Dr.entrance
Et.H The News Herald DOES NOT guarantee position o will be accepted until April St. George Island, FL Apply using the Mulberry Street Employee entrance
ANY ad under any classification. 21, 2006 850-927-2322, Ext 158
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lOB S THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL 0 THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006 Estab/ished 1938 Serving Gulf County and surrounding areas for 67 years


1 414104100 | 4130 1 61001 6140 |
Hospitality Professional FLEXIBLE HOME DATA PROFESSIONAL OFFICE MEXICO BEACH AREA-
HELP WANTED IN Tou- Gables & Palms ENTRY WORK, $420/part SPACE on Reid Ave., 3 br, 2 full baths Dou-
can's gift shop. Please Real Estate time, $800+/full time per 2400SF, 2500/mo Call blewide, only 4 miles from
come by for application or eal Estate week. No Experience Nec- 850-227-7252 beach, all appliances,
come by for application or NOW ACCEPTING appli- essay. Computer re- CH&A, pets negotiable.
call 648-5861 cations for the position of qured. 1-800-920-7441 $850 mo., 1st and last
REALTOR. Ideal candidate qured. 1-800-920-7441 BEACH month's rent. 647-5722
Hospitality should be licensed FL Re- RMont' sre nt. 6ACH 7fr
HOUSEKEEPER, part altor, have a valid DL. If in- REMEMBER: STORAGE MEXICO BEACH for lease
time, Some weekends re- terested, Call us today ask Ads in this classifica- furnished mobile home
quired, Coombs House Inn for Brenda 850-229-1111. tion may or may not re- 227-7200
Apalachicola 850.653.9199 for Day with deck, dishwasher,
ROOFERS quire an investmentaor Night: 647-3882 fridge, washer & dryer,
PLUMBERS Helper & ex- WANTED may be multi-level mar- CH/A. $900. mo + util's.
experience lumbHelrs,& e WANTED keting opportunities. We St. Joe Beach Call 803-604-0289
prance plumbers, w & i Call 850-229-6859. do not recommend giv-
train, paid vacation & holi- ing credit card or bank ST. JOE BEACH, facing
days, Starting pay $9/hr, Trades account information out MINI STORAGE gulf, 6312 Hwy 98 & Pine
639-5227 for application over the phone. Always St. Yellow brick house, w/
_U1A research the company roof deck & huge living rm
Professional you plan to do business t IA overlooking beach, CH/A,
GULF COST Southeast with BEFORE investing. r wJoe 2 br, 1.5 ba, DR, new kitc
COMMUNITY Now Hiring: & appliances, unfurn'd,
COLLEGEMMUN Y Now HiVAC Service Techs. carport, laundry rm, No.
COLLEGE -HVAC Service Techs. pets, $1200 mo. Call 850-
Reading/English Faculty -Journeyman Plumbers 8' 4 0 385-2620. Owner at house
(9 mth, tenure-track) in- -Pipe Welders/Fitters Thurs., 12N thru Sunday.
struct college prep reading -Sheetmetal Mechanics New Commercial Office
& English. Requires' MA in -Helpers C. and warehouse storage for g
tics or MS with 18 grad. > Competitive Pay B lease in St. Joe commerce 6170
hrs. in reading, English or Profit Sharing park located on Industrial Rd.
(FL Hwy 382) behind Arizona 2 BR, 1 BA TRAILER,
linguistics. Teaching exp. 1 BUSINESS & FINANCIAL hemlEach space co Near Public boat ramp.
preferred. Salary based on > Medical & Dental .. Chemical. Each space consists arbl F ra.
degree & expert. Position > Vacation and Holidays 5100 Business of an office, bath, storage (Carabelle, FL) Large Yard.
Open Until Filled. > Safety Oriented Corn Oppotunitles closet and warehouse with $600 mo., $500 dep. Call
Visual Art Faculty (9 mth, pany and more 5110 Money to Lend 10' roll up door. Convenient 850-653-5195.
tenure-track) teach visu- to all locations, 1/2 mile off 2 BR, 1 BA TRAILER,
al art course, advise & Apply in person 8am til Hwy 98. 1000 sq. ft. each Near Public boat ramp.
mentor students. Requires 2pm Mon-Thur. or email 4 u 1 g space. $550 per month. 12 (Carabelle, FL) Large Yard.
Master's degree in art, with resume to 5100 month leases. One monthly $600 mo., $500 dep. Call
18 graduate hrs in visual csusasoutheast.com security deposit. 850-653-5195.
art. Salary based on de- 115 Southgate Road FRANCHISE LEVEL Office (850) 229-8014 3 BR 2 BA1/2 blocks to
gree & exper. Open Until 115 Southgate Road EARNING Home (850) 229-8030 beach, deck & 2 large
Filled. Additional info: Dothan, Alabama 36301 Without the headaches. C 850-2584691 storage buildings 242
http://dept.gulfcoast.edu/ 888-345-8450 No franchise fee, no roy- Court St, $700mo call Sally
jobs. GCCC is an EA/EO/ or alties. Call C 850-899-4175
M/F/ Vet employer. 435 Corday Street 800-359-8336 ext. 2480 850-89
Pensacola, Florida 32503 2BR/1Ba, CH/A MH on
866-324-4999 ORANGE 6110 Canal St. Port St Joe
Professional www.comfortsystemsusa. ORANGE COUNTY Beach, beach $600 month
POSITION com CHOPPERS- OCC seeks 3 BR, 1 BA APT Call 850-227-5700
WITH THE EOE/DFWP distributors for new OCC FOR RENT. Call Kenny BR, Ce
GUF C NT Y Energy Drink product. 227-7241 or Phil 227-2112 2BR/1BA, Clean no
GULF COUNTY Trades $15,000 req'd for invento- smoking/pets $600/mo +
SCHOOLS ELECTRICIANS NEEDED ry; protected territory & TV COTTAGE STYLE $500 dep. 112 Bay St. PSJ
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL for Electrical Contractor. exposure. You can't losel APARTMENT 11BR/1BA, Beach,. Call 850-271-3700
PRINCIPAL at Port St. Must have min. 3 yrs exp 1-888-377-0554. great location, 1621 B VERY NICE 2BR, 1BA,
Joe Elementary School for a large comm'l project. Monument Ave. PSJ,
Top pay and benefits in- $450/m + $250 deposit of Wewa. Until's furn'd. $675ts
Deadline for application eluding health insurance REMEMBER: Call 706-965-2445 or ofmwa67 de.6n48-9
Deadline for application are available. DFWP/EOE Ads in this classiflca- 423-718-5355 mo, $675 dep. 648-5905
'Noon ET. Contact Mr. call 800-330-9531 tlon may or may not re-
Timn. Wilder, Supeurin Trades quire an investment or C
terndant 150 Middle ENTRY LEVEL Position, keting opportunities. We 6120
School Rd. Port St. Joe, with new telecom con- do not recommend giv- e
FL'32456850-229-8256 struction company serving ing credit card or bank 9247 W. HWY 98 Beacon
JOB DESCRIPTION: the St. Joe area. Must be account information out Hill/ waterfront, furnished 2
A Copy of the adver- hard worker, shovel work over the phone. Always br, 1 ba, CH&A, Non
tised job description req'd etc. Starting pay is research the company smoking/pets. 1st & last
and application form are $8.50/hr. Please call you plan to do business months dep. req'd. call REAL ETA'E IR, SALE
available at the School 850-638-0304 with BEFORE investing. 850-819-8548| ..... .--, --S
Office, or the District of- 7100 Homes,
fice building located' at Trades 7110 Beach Home/
150 Middle School Rd. GILLMAN MARINE is now /-0 Property
in Port St.. Joe. or Hiring a Lead Fiberglass ,' 6130 fl7120 Commercial
www.gulf.k12.fl.us or Laminator, with experience / 7130 CondoTownhouse
http://prod:schoolcruiser. in boat building. Salary 3 BR, 3 BA at The Village 7140 Farms & Ranches.
com/gcsb DOE. Bonuses and Vaca- i of Port St. Joe. Corner unit 7150- Lots and Acreage
QUALIFICATIONS: tions available. Call for "'- with wrap-a-round porch. 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots
Master's .Degree or -high- more information 763-7710 Fans throughout, washer/. 7170- Waterfront
er is 'required. Florida 2311 First Plaza, PC 32401 I dryer, BBQ grill, dining 7180- Investment
certification in at least I room and full PItchen. .Property
one of the following Trades NREAL ESTATE FOR'. R_ i GREAT UNIT! 1 year lease. :7190 Out-of-Town
areas is required:. PAINTERS needed, Start 8100 Business/ Utilities not included. Real Estate
School principal, Ed ing at $10/hr, call Paul with commercial $1200 mo. Contact Daniel 7200 Timeshare
Leadership, Administra- Performance Painting 850- 6110 Apartments or Anna at 850-670-5544.
tion and/or 'Supervision; 227-5910, transportation a 6120 Beach Rentals ,F SA
at least 3 years success- must 6130 Condo/Townhouse 0 HOS
ful teaching experience.. 6140 House Renlals R 7100
Applicant must pay $61 Trades 6150 -Roommale Wanted 6140, 2 BR 1 BA Port St.Joe.
Fingerprint analysis fee, PLUMBERS & HELPERS 6160-Rooms for Rent Corner lot with bay view.
get a pre-employment needed for residential con- 6170,- Mobile Home/Lot 2 OR 3 BR/2BA, on Canal $235K negotiable.
physical and drug struction. Sign. On Bonus! ,6180- Out-of-Town Rentals St. Port ST. Joe Beach 8 5 0 7 6 2 3 2. 5 2
screening. Call 850-231-1473 '6190 -Timeshare Rentals $1300 per month. Call www.forsaiebyowner.com/
Salary is determined by 8_f ".200 Vacation Rentals 850-227-5700. 20589028
the' adopted., salary -3 BR 2 BA MH with fire- 3 BR 2 BA large screened
GulfCounty Is an EOE 4 place, on very large lot, back porch, 'on 6 acres of
large screen in porch, land, With 3 ponds,
Loggerhead Grill 6100 utitlty shed, ,side by side 850-639-2100
Professional Now hiring Exp line Cooks 600 :SQ. FT. Commercial refrigerator, gas stove & --
PRODUCT & Sous Chef, Salary;DOE office space on Hwy. 98. In dishwasher, located just 2 4 BR 2 BA 1440 sq. 'ft.
SPECIALIST Dockside Cafe the heart of Mexico Beach. blocks from the water, call Front deck, Rear screen.
SPECIALIST Now hiring all positions, 647-2570 850.227-5301 poch. Landscaped in '05.
for realtor marketing Now hiring all positions, 647-2570 Newly redecorated. 1994
System Successful can- Equal Opportunity Em& 3. BR, 1 BA in PSJ remod- DW. $260K 478-230-8178
date will train reactors player. Medical, Dental, & LARGE WAREHOUSE ap- eled,washer/dryer, CH&A., Anxious Sellerl
tuse oill traven muealtori- Vision benefits available proximately 850sf. Has of- dishwasher. $850 + until
'tedia toolsto increase Call 850-625-5561 fice & restroom, $450 per month. 651-325-7731 4 BR, 2 BA, Brick; dbl gar-
their real estate sales. month. 850-814-7400 age and carport, 2600sf,
Must have strong'com i 3 BR, 2 BA ST. JOE bch. CH&A, 'on large lot in Pine-
pMust have strong d co- Just over block from view Sub-Division, w/pool
auter skill S.re Background assistant2A rigCa'S beach. 6 yrs new, hard- New roof ordered. $265K
Sand or mortgage loan wood floors in living area, .w/lot on. each side avail.
san .essor gae loan Liberty Mini Storage nced yard, refrigeia- 850-639-9426 or 340-0219
nrdto, dishLwasher, w/d con- GULFAIRE private beach,
tailed orientated multi- National Life' nections$1075/mo + utili-te ba,
tasking organizer who i.s lookingfor upwardly' 8 2ties'ong'01+ti. m rtal.pool,etennis,r3br/2ba,.
canmeet district dead- 'mobile people to fill Avail. April call JD at brick, dbcugarage,nyhur
nes under pressure. Insurance Sales posi-, 678-358-5239
Send resume to: tibns: Fr;nce benefits tras, $350K, Pelican Walk
rex@easyads.net package rwo retemeni 3BR/1BA, 613 Marvin Ave Real Estate, 850-647-2473
funds. health insurance, -.$965/mo. +1 mo dep in LARGE BRICK HOUSE
'The Gulf paid vacation, conven- advance. No smoking Call 3/2 Two Car, garage price
Board ion Irips and more. No 770-546-0453 or reduced Best buy in PSJ,
County Board experience necessary. 770-833-8586 By Owner, 227-7720
Of County On-the-job training. Re-
Commissioners quirements: .integrity, 4BR/3. BA. in ground OPEN HOUSE
Accepting applications for good work ethic, and swimming pool. Located in xico
one "ull-time Laborer for the desire to earn $50K PLUS SMALL ENGINE Wewahitchka, $1200/mo.105 N' 32nd St, Mexico
our Road Department. + peryear. Contact REPAIRS First, last and sec. depos |12-4, Canal FSont Home
Starting salary is $10.36 HinesRobertson required 850-639-4200
per hour.' This is a bar- ,763-6629 EOE NOW AVAILABLE CAPE SAN BLAS, '4 br, OPEN HOUSE
gaining unit (Union) posti-
t lion with fullCbenefits. Ap-l oe y 410 5th Street
p locations anda.a, completed few steps from the beach, MEXICO BEACH, FL
o0b aescriplior are avatia- | 4130 | St. Joe $2000 mo.+ dep. 12 mths
Die in our Human Re- leRe t970-9105. S k & S h.
sources Office 11000 Cecl Clerical Re t-ll n" CAPE SAN BLAS, Bay March 18 & 19
G Costn. Sr. Blvd. Pen Ardministrative 706 First Street View home w/500' dock. a m 2 0
St Joe), or at Earrn $12.$48/hour. Full Phone 27.1 12 Walk to Beach Park. 10:00am-12:OON
www.gulfcounty benefits. Paid training. Var- Phone 27-\ 3BR/2BA on St. Joe Bay OVERSIZED LOT, 110x
government com Applica- c usl Governomen lPosi ors / MINI-STORAGE \ nicely furn. or unfurn. CH/A 121.46x116.28x148.84.
Sons wi be accepted r until L AvaD E oecenSen / N-STORAGE /D large decks, covered Beautiful Beach Home,
17, 2006 at the Gulf Coun-. days. La1d 1oc ,1 n1 $1595/mo or short term 4 yrs old, 4 BRs, 2 baths,
ty Human Resources Of- 1-800-320-9353, Ext 2139 avail Call 227-1410 screen room, 16x24 recre-
fice. For more information, a5x10 10x10 10x20 action room/ quest room.
please contact Human Re- ENGINEERING PROFES- DUPLEX, NEW! 1100 SF Outside shower and deep
sources Director. Denise SIONALS are in Demandl On Site Rentals 6 Days 2 BR 2 BA Garage, well, 12x20 Boat & Storage
Manuel at (850) 229-5335. Don't get a "Monster" Screened Patio $1200/mo. covering unit. Ready for
Gulf County enforces a headache looking for more A Week incl. elec & water. Min. 6 the summer and family
Drug-Free Workplace Poll- pay. Post your rbsume mo. lease. 1412 Country and quests; will sleep
cy and is an Equal Oppor- FREE on DegreedJobs. ASK ABOUT FREE Club Rd. Call.Debbie at many. You will be sur-
tunity/ Affirmative Action com Log on to www. MONTH'S RENT 229-1500 Days, and praised how many family &
S Employer. degreedjobs.com today 229-1292 Evenings. friends will visit.


7100
OPEN HOUSE
SAT. Mar 18 10-1 pm
125 Gulfcoast Circle
Port St. Joe, FL
(Near the College)
Brand New 3 BR, 2 BA
Home, Too many ameni-
ties to List! REDUCED
DRASTICALLY!
For more info., 229-6859
PORT ST. JOE 3BR/1BA
home on two lots, three
blocks from St. Joe Bay.
Hardwood and ceramic tile
floors along with
tongue-in-groove wood
walls and ceilings. Home
warranty. $269K. Bonita
Thompson, REALTOR
850-340-1072, ERA
Neubauer Real Estate, Inc.
ST JOE BAY,101 Allen
Memorial, prime location,
1 house to Bay, facing
Centiniel Park, 4Br/3Ba,
split BR plan, Ig. living/
dining with separate family
room, sun room over-
looking private deck in pri-
vate fenced backyard.
Easy to see, 772-285-7582
or 772-7817229



BEACON HILL, gulf view,
steps to beach access,
corner lot, 2br/1ba, remod-
eled, $219K, Pelican Walk
Real Estate 850-647-2473
GULF FRONT CONDO
Cape San Bias. Breath
taking views from this 3
br, 2 ba with fp. All furnish-
ing and appliances make
this ready for move in or
great Rental history.
$395k. Possible .terms.
Call 262-249-0317
GULF FRONT COTTAGE
on great lot, Beacon Hill,
Happy Shack, 9111 Hwy
98, 2br/lba, $895K, listed
fsbo.com, ID#79739, or
call 478-808-6834
HWY C30A GULF FRONT
Fully furnished 3BR/3BA
completely updated in
summer of 2005 Gulf
Front master suite. Open
kitchen, -dining, 'and Ivring
room with lots of glass.
Home warranty.
Owner/agent Bonita
Thompson. Realtor,
850.340-1072, ERA
Neubauer Real Estate, Inc.
MEXICO BEACH- 4th St.
3br, .1 ;5ba home. Large liv-
ing room w/vaulted ceiling.
Jenaire Grill. Wraparound
deck. 2 blocks from -dedi-
cated beach. $349,900
Joan .' Lovelace
850-527-2560, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
(800)2394959.,
MEXICO BEACH- 507
Georgia. 3br, 2ba mobile
home on corner lot.
Screened porch and deck.
Fenced in back yard.
'$275,000. Joan Lovelace
850-527-2560, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
(800)239-4959.
MEXICO BEACH 609
Georgia. 3br, 2ba, on
75x.112 corner lot. Large
Florida room, screened
back porch. $275,000.
Joan Lovelace
850-527-2560, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
(800)239-4959.
MEXICO BEACH,
$399,900 3br. 2.5ba
townhouse. Like new, fully
furnished, Beachside of 98
Joan Lovelace, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty,
850-527-2560 or
800-239-4959
MEXICO BEACH, 34th St.
3br/2ba; Beachside of
Hwy, 1/2 Duplex. Well
maintained, fully furnished.
Gulfview. $695,000: Joan
Lovelace, (850)527-2560
Mexico Beach Harmon Re-
alty, 800-239-4959
OVERSTREET, 3br; 2ba
on 2 acres, outside shed.
Near Wetappo Creek,
$249,900. Joan Lovelace
850-527-2560, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
(800)239-4959.


I 7110
OCEAN VIEW, 1/4 acres
site, with pool at Indian
Pass, $399,000, terms'
possible, 262-249-0317
PORT ST. JOE. 173 Bar-
bara Dr. 3br/2ba w/ spa-
cious rooms Irg yard near
schools, town. Fireplace in
family room, screened
porch. $385,000. Joan
Lovelace 850-527-2560,
Mexico Beach Harmon Re-
alty (800)239-4959.
ST JOE BEACH, 2br TH,
steps to beach, new roof,
A/C, near to Wind Mark, Ex
cond, $229K, Pelican Walk
Real Estate, 850-647-2473
ST. JOE BEACH Santa
Anna St. 3br, 2ba, fire-
place, hot tub, 2 car gar-
age. $275,000. Joan Love-
lace 850-527-2560 Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
(800)239-4959.



2176 HWY 98, 4 Lots,
great possibilities for multi-
family, 183ft. unobstructed
Bay View. City water &
sewer, currently a conven-
ience store with gas
pumps. $1,700,000. Call
Joan Lovelace (Cell
527-2560) Mexico. Beach
Harmon Realty (800)
239-4959.
MEXICO BEACH, Hwy 98
General Commercial- Den-
sity should allow Duplex.
Gulf view & Beach access.
$695,000. Joan Lovelace,
850-527-2560 Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty or
800-239-4959
PRICE REDUCED 2176
HWY 98 (where the rice is)
$1,500,000,Call Joan
850-527-2561 RLT,



CAPE SAN BLAS 2 BR 2 5
BA Towrihouse. Unob-
structed Gulf Views. End
unit. on the. #1 Beach n
the USA. Per seller FEMA
flood insurancee is availa.
ble $595.000- Joan Love-
lace, "Mexico Beach Har-
mon Realty, 850-527-5260
Or 850-648-5767.
CAPE SAN BLAS, 2
BR/2.5BA Townhouse un-
obstructed Gulf view.
Joan 850-527-2560 RLT.


7150
APPROX.
5.18 Acres
Can possibly be divided
into 1/2 acre lots. Over-
street area, Sunshine
Farms Subdivision
Call William WIttington
819-2004
ERA Neubauer RE
BY OWNER 4 ACRES. 4
miles South of Wewa on
Hwy 71. Storage sheds,
water & elec. Blueberry
bushes, pecan trees, &
other hult trees. Great lo-
cation to build onl $110K
Owner Financing with 20%
down. Call 648-5905
Florida
Hill Country
St. Joe WoodLands-
Land with live oaks and
long-leafs, fields and
pines, along the rivers
and bays of Nonrthwest
Florida. Thousands of
opportunities for your
own farm, ranch or wa-
terfront property. Multi-
ple rural lifestyle, oppor-
tunities- and only one
number to call.
1,.866.JOE.LAND
(1.866.563.5263) or visit
JOE.com/land

IF YOU DON'T KNOW
JOE,-
YOU DON'T KNOW
FLORIDA

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[ 7150 S
BY OWNER, 60x100 City
Lot, Apalachicola, FL, on
17th Street, Appraised at
$75k, Selling $69K. Call
850-653-8097;
GREAT DEVELOPMENT
Opportunity, 4.08 acres,
located in White City, with-
in one mile from inter-
coastal waterway, $450K,
call Marggie Raffield Mexi-
co Beach Harmon Realty,
850-527-7525
HARLEY DAVIDSON DR.
Overstreet. Looking for. a
'2 acre to 1 acre. of land,
high, & dry, price reduced
Call Janice Brownell, Par-
ker Realty 648-5777 or
227-6796
INDIAN PASS, 1452 Indi-
an Pass Rd.. Gulf View.
Easy access to pool and
beach walkway. Joan
Lovelace 527-2560 Mexico
Beach Harmon R3ealty
850-648-5797

LAND FOR SALE
BY OWNER
(3) Beautiful 1.09 Acre Lots
and (2) % Acre Lots, in Lib-
erty County, close to Talla-
hassee, Talquin Electric, &
Liberty County water avail.
$29K each. 850-379-8374
LARGE LOT, in Pineview
Sub-Division, on West Riv-
er Ropd, in Wewahitchka.
Restrictions. Starting $32K
to $45K. 850-639-9426 or
340-0219.

NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS
Land Wooded Water-
front and also Homes
& Cabins. Tina Turner @
Cornwall Realty
70 6-'4 9 9 6'9 44
7-06-754-2006
www.tlnaturinersells.com
OCEAN PLANTATION,
Premier Residential subdi-
vision, in Mexico Beach.
This lot is being offered at,
$15000 lower Than any
other lot in the
.develpomenm- al --only
$235,000. Subdivision will
have a sidewalk to the
beach, pool, clubhouse,
covenants and restrictions
that will insure ir stays, a
premier development on
Mexico .Beach. Call
850-819-0833
REDUCED, ST JOE
BEACH 75x180, cleared,
.ready to build, $175,000,
850-647-3679, leave mess.
ST JOE BCH,. By Owner,
Lot on Nautilus, in Sea-
shores Sub, 80xl150.
$260.000, Call 850-229-
9054
ST JOE Beach lot for sale.
ready TO build. 3rd block.
high & dry. Septic, Power,
& water on cleared 75x150
lot. $180,000 324 Ponce
Deleon Realtors, I don't
need to' list. property.
850-.647-6349
ST JOE'BEACH Magnolia
Bluff Subdiv. Very desira-
ble approximately 76x142
lot Paved roads, New Or-
leans style lighting, ribbon
curling, brick entry, flood
zone X. $229,000. 'Joan
Lovelace 850-527-2560
Mexico Beach Harmon Re-
alty 850-648-5767.
ST. JOE BEACH Beacon
By The Sea. Vacant Lot.
Luxury .retirement living.
.Mary ammenities include.
ed. $395,000 Joan Love-
lace 850-527-2560 Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty
850-648-5767.
ST. JOE BEACH Corona-
do St. 75x130 Lot.
$259,900, Seller' Motivat-
ed. Joan .Lovelace, Mexico
Beach Harmon. Realty,
850-527-2560 or
850-648-5767
ST. JOE BEACH Magellan
St., 2nd block, 75x150 lot,
$259,900. By Owner, call
850-648-5052.


I 7150 I
WEWAHITCHKA, 1.6 ac-
res, Commercial, Hwy 71
N, Owner Realtor, $80,000,
850-258-5022



MEXICO BEACH CANAL
3BR/3BA townhouse Boat
dock & slip. Pool access,
Gulf view. Fully furnished.
Beach sid6 of Hwy 98.
Home warranty. Owner/'
agent. Bonita Thompson,
Realtor, 850-340-1072,
ERA Neubauer Real Es-.
tate, Inc







AUTOMOVi i MARINE|
| RECREATIONAL,
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110-Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140-Vans
8150- Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
S Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/0ff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



BUICK 92', Lesabre, moth-
er & daughter owners,
A/C, cruise control, electric
seats & mirrors, good gas ,
mileage & drives very well,
$2500, 227-4721 or 229-
6972
To Place An Ad :
in The Times
Classifieds
Call
(850) 747-5020 .
or
1 (800) 345-8688 -



FORD 92 F250 5 speed
4x4, $2500 obo. Chevy 96 '
Z71 extended cab, 4x4, .
excellent condition, $7000.
obo, 647.4047 or 227-5173 .
TOYOTA 98 Tacoma SR51"
extra cab, V-6. 4 wheel
drive, 5 speed, A/C, power
steering, AM/FM & Cas-
sette/CD stereo, sliding .
rear window, alloy wheels,.
bedliner, tow package, *
diamond tool box. 129.000 "
miles. great condition
$9800, 850-227-8713


8210
1 Month Free
Boat/ RV Storage
To The Isr 40 Customers.
At Port St. Joe, next to the
public ramp. on St. Joseph
Bay. NQ MORE TOWING- ,
24 hours access. Secured '
lenced location. Store on /
your trailer outside a $3/ft
or in our, 28,200sf, full,
sprinklered dry, storage.
Building at $7/ft. Reserve
your spot Nowl Facility to
be completed in 30 days.
First Come, First Served.:
Contact Mike@' 850-527-
7518 or Email: eugene@.
raffieldfisheries.com
1987 AQUA SPORT Cen-
ter console, 23ft, aluminum'
float on trailer, 1997 175hpo
Evinrude, & all electronics,,,
$7500obo. 1995 Hydro Cat
Deck Boat,. 5.8L fuel in-,
jected Volvo, excellent
conditioni, &. trailer,-
$11,000 oqbo, 2 .Yamaha
Jet skis: 1997 Wave Ven-
ture 1100cc & 2003 Cruis-.
er 4 stroke, double jet ski
trailer and equipment, ex-'
cellent condition $7000
obo for pair. 647-4047 or.
227-5173
1994 2300 WAC CENTU-,
RY, 1995 saltwater series,
150, for sale $10,000 or'
best offer, 639-5227
CAPEHORN '00 19' Cen-'
ter console, 150 Johnson,.
bimlni top, fish finder, vhf
radio, aluminum trailer. Ex-
cellent condition $17,500
obo call 850-271-1380
MARAGE 1981 27' Sail-
boat performance cruiser,.
steering wheel, roller furl-..
Ing, yanmar,dlesel, $9,500.
Call 404-218-0077



MEXICO BEACH Cover
Boat Lift/Slip, up to 25ft, di-
rect access to Gulf,
$150mo, 229-9353 "-


2 years old, 3 bedrooms, bonus room, 2 full bathrooms, metal
roof, vinyl siding, on 1.5 lots on dead end road.

Reduced $339,000

229-1487


Established 1938 0 Serving Guff County and surrounding areas for 67 years -


10B 0 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL 0 THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006





Rod & Reel Repair
Bluewater Outriggers
Port City Shopping Center
229-1100


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STAR TRADES & SERVICES


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NURSERY & SUPPLY
706 First Street Port St. Joe

227-2112


"Beside
St. Joe Rent-All"


Kilgore 's
BRICK PAVERS
& TILE

Driveways, Patios, Pooldecks,
Retaining Walls, Stonework &
Granite Countertops
Office: (850) 229-1980
Cell: (850) 258-4312

Free Estimates
Where top quality and customer
satisfaction meet!
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Cleaning Specialist
CARPET CLEANING
CERAMIC TILE & GROUT
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
24 HOUR WATER EXTRACTION
RV'S CARS TRUCKS VANS
LICENSED AND INSURED
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THE J.LESTER
COMPANY REAL
ESTATE APPRAISAL &


CONSULTING SERVICEr
A Financial Service Institution
Residential Vacant Land* CommercialAppraisals

JAMES E. "JAMIE" LESTER

Real Estate Appraiser & Broker
Master' Degree Business Administration
State Certified Residential Appraiser
License#RD-0001087
Broker License#BK532115
"PROVIDING A QUALITY SERVICE TO A
QUALITY COMMUNITY"
Including Consulting Assignments Market Analysis
Feasibility Studies Finances Investments
Eminent.Domain Estates,* Tax Purposes

850-639-4200
Fax 850-639-9756
Serving Gulf, Franklin, Bay, Calhoun,
Liberty, & Jackson Counties Specialty \
.Assignments State Wide


TLC Lawn Service
"Every yard needs a little TLC"

229-6435
We now accept all major credit cards
Free estimates Established 1991
Weed Round Up e Sprinkler Systems
Trimming, Fertilizing Installed & Repaired
Licensed and Insured




5 STAR
PAINT & COLLISION CENTRE'
MATTHEW SCOGGINS
Owner

(850) 229-STAR

FAX# (850) 227-989 B 770 Hwy. 98
MV#41279 Port St. Joe, FL 32456




Cost Cutters

Lawn ServiceE


(850)648-5934

E-mail Ziggy@gtcom.net


NATIONAL SHUTTERS, INC

Show Room Located at St. Joe Airport

Buy Direct From

Manufacturer And Save
*Rolling Shutters
*Clear Panels
*Bahama Accordion Shutters






Hardwood Flooring

Decorative Flooring 850-229-7720 offers professional
services for anyone who wants their floor completed
properly and with pride.
Exotic and Domestic wood Flooring
Inlays- Borders and Medallions
Installation Sanding and Refinishing Repairt Custom
National Award winner for best floor in Nation
Largest showroom in the State of Florida
Licensed Insured References
Unmatched Quality and Value for your money
www.decorativeflooring.com


- 17293


Circle S Refinishing
Repair Touchup or Complete Refinishing
We do it ALL from furniture to floor.
Free Estimates
This area's most experienced refinishers.
227-4369 ask for Dusty


PAYING 81S ON TME FOR YOU

I" UP TO THE MINUTE

Beverly A. Crocker
264 E. Orange Ave.
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Phone: 850-639-2646
Cell: 850-832-4648
bacjabber@gmail.com


Carpet Country
Highway 98 Highland View Port St. Joe 850-227-7241 Fax 229-9405

Do-It-Yourself Professional Carpet Cleaning with

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Great for Cleaning All Carpet, Upholstery, and
Auto and Recreational Vehicle Interiors
TRY IT TODAY!


CARPENTRY
PAINTING J^
Home Repair Minor Renovations
Vinyl Siding & Gutters
Doors Windows
Deck Maintenance
All But 6, LLC Licensed/Insured
Charlie Poliski
850-545-1126 or 697-2668,.


(WESLEY'S
ELECTRICAL
SERVICES
"Fast, Dependable Service
you can rely on for all your
Electrical needs.,
Commercial Residential
Service Calls
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
Lic# ER13013246
(850) 639-2750
Cell (850) 814-5627 17749,



CARPET AND UPHOLSTRY
STEAM CLEANING & RESTORATION SERVICE
24 Hour Water Extraction IICRC
Certified Technicians Mold and
Mildew Remediation Free Estimates
*Stain Protection Available
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DRIESBACH CLEANERS
180 Avenue C
Pick-up and Delivery

850-227-1671


TOM'S LAWN SERVICE
If we say we will be there, you can count on it!
Serving Mexico Beach, Port St Joe and the Cape

Tom Bailey
205 Carolina Drive
Mexico Beach, FL 32456
Phone: 850-648-1251
Cell: 850-628-1252



Landscape Design &
Consultation Services

Kay Kelley
Florida Certified,
Landscape Designer

850-927-4090-
Plan It, before youPlant It!


Make your

"Dream House"

a reality
ALSO GIVE YOU ESTIMATES

Custom plans by Frank Healy, M.B.A

850-647-8028


* Residential Custom Wbod
* Commercial *Indusfrial
A & RFence
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E1N# 593115646 (850) 647-4047

ONEAL SANDERS
APPLIANCE REPAIR
SERVICE
Repair all major brands
Home # 647-5113
Work # 227-5112 156,


CUSTOM PAVER INSTALLATION
Driveways Patios Walkways
Complete Landscaping and Irrigation

Call 227-5357


1~ne


Landscaping &L Irrigation LLC
Landscaping & Irrigation LLC


o\
,\ l Residential
Commercial
Termite & Pest
Control
* Termite Treatments Restaurant
* Motel ,Flea Control. Condominiums
* Hoselh Pest Coniol* e Treatment
* Ral Estate (WO0) Reports Construction Stes
Specializing in Vacation Rental Properties
] FAMILY OWNED
] PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
"Serving the Entire Area"
Free Estimates
Do-.it.Yourself Pest Control Products
229-872


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Established 1937 Serving Gulf county and surrounding areas for 68 years


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located throughout Taylor
County.
The red carpet was laid
out for the candidates dur-
ing the many special events.
Upon their first night in Perry,
the young ladies had already
put in a full day of prac-
tice and enjoyed a "Down-
Home Dinner" sponsored by
Goodman's Barbeque.
Sunday evening after
attending local churches with
their host parents and then a
long afternoon of practice, the
girls enjoyed a "trip back in
time" at a dinner sponsored
by and held at Rose Head
Junction.
Monday the girls once
again practiced all day but
ended their night with a "Meet
and Greet" with past Junior
Miss contestants during a
fun "get to know you social"
- complete with Disk Jockey
sponsored by Rodney Schwab
and MA Rigoni, Inc. held at
the Rigoni Cook Shack.
Tuesday, the young ladies
went into "business mode" as
they spoke and had lunch
with local business men
and women during the Perry
Rotary meeting.
Tuesday night the young
ladies enjoyed a VIP dinner
where they had an oppor-
tunity to meet with the very
important sponsors of their
program. The VIP dinner was
sponsored in whole by Mama's
Italian Restaurant, who laid
out the red carpet for the
Junior Miss candidates, board


'" From Page 1B

members and sponsors.
Wednesday The young
ladies made a trip to Doctors
Memorial Hospital for a
facility tour -before attend-
ing the public picnic in the
park sponsored by Taylor
Cookers and Perry Chamber
of Commerce.
The young ladies then
headed to Perry Elementary


School where they taught a
"Be Your Best Self' class to
our local 3rd, 4th 'and 5th
graders. They were judged
on their presentations for the
opportunity to win scholar-
ships Saturday night.
They then made their way
to our Nature Coast Keaton
Beach for group photos. They
then dinned on fine seafood -
thanks to Fiddlers Restaurant,


dates said goodbye to their
new families and headed back
home and off to their bright
futures.
Within minutes of saying
good bye to their parents for
a week, the state finalists had
an opportunity to step into the
shoes of the judges. They were
handed scoring sheets and
placed into the judge's seat
as they had become the 2006
Florida Junior Miss Downtown


of Steinhatchee then they
headed off to a Pajama Party
and Movie Night.
Then they moved into a
long two days of dress rehears-
als.
On the day of competi-
tion ,after all of the interviews
were complete, the young
ladies had a chance to relax
for a tea party sponsored by
Sister's Mercantile.
The week ended in a
tearful but festive "Farewell
Breakfast" where the candi-


Marquee and Window Contest
Judges.
They scored all down town
participants on their windows
on the following criteria:
The Window officially
welcomes the Junior Miss
Contestants to Perry /
Taylor County.
The Window honors out-
standing high school senior
girls. The Window is deco-
rated in the spirited patriotic
red, white and blue theme.
The girls found it tough
to step into the judging mode,
but. had a great time explor-
ing downtown Perry. It was
even overheard as the contes-
tants stated something that
the judges themselves faced
during the program, It is
too tough to choose a winner,
they are all so wonderful in
their own ways".
The actual competition is
only the end result of a lot
of hard work, dedication and
commitment of the finalists.
Preparation for the program
started well before the week
in Perry. In order for these
young ladies to have become
who they are and to pos-
sess the attributes of a Junior
Miss, the preparation had to
begin many years ago. Many
dedicated :years went into
preparing the young ladies
for the competition. A video
presentation dedicated to the
parents,, grandparents, fam-
ily and friends of the beauti-.
ful, and talented young ladies
and their past, present and,
future.


Team


dreams a reality
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Kealtor


Let me show you y9our.coastal dream and
receive your free beach gift.


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* Spectacular unobstructed GULF views

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State finalists reside for
the week with host families
which are very special because
they open their homes and
hearts to each of the state con-
testants. They provide com-
forting surroundings, trans-
portation and meals to the
girls during the past week.
A special thank-you goes
out to GTCom of both Port St.
Joe and Perry for their dedica-
tion to young people and their
bright futures throughout the


state of Florida.
Members of the Gulf
County community interest-
ed in running a local Junior
Miss preliminary for your
area, or young ladies interest-
ed in. competing for scholar-
ships should contact Florida
Junior Miss Board Member
Deidra McRory Newman, Vice
President, Marketing and
Public Relations, for more
information, at 850-223-3612,
or deidramc(,gtcom.net


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