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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 2006
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YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER FOR OVER 68 YEARS


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County Moves Beach Election Back to July


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
In a first for Gulf County, the referen-
dum questions to establish taxing districts
to provide a portion of the local match for a
proposed beach re-nourishment project will
be conducted by mail.
And instead of the last week of June, the


Benny Roberts


Re-Elected in PSJ
By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
The sun-
burn and faugue
etched across his
face provided evi-
dence of a hard-
fought campaign.
The smile of
satisfaction sig-
naled victory
Port St. Joe
cIty commnis-
stoner Benny
Roberts was
returned bo, vot-
ers to the Group
Ill seat for anoth-
er tfo years. with
Roberts earning a comfortable margin over
challenger Tormm Da is on Tuesday.
A stead\- stream of voters into the Port
St. Joe Fire Station. which slowed to a crawl
mi the final hour or so. produced a 45.0 tco
,347 vote margin for Roberts, who garnered
58 percent of the votes cast to 42 percent for
Davis.
"im elated, but I'm ured." Roberts said
after being assured of a 14'r term, non-con-
secutie, on the City Commission. "I'm saus-
fied."
Adding in five years he spent as the city's
recreation director, Roberts has served the
city for more than 30 years.
- The turnout on Tuesday was 31.5 percent
of the city,,'s 2,626 registered voters, a fairly
impressive number gi-en that only one race
and two men marked the ballot.
The breakdown of those votes was: 764

(See ELECTIONS on Page 5A)


election date has been moved back -until the
first week of July.
The Board of County Commissioners
approved that process and date during their'
regular bi-monthly meeting on Tuesday,
agreeing with a request from the Beach
Advisory Committee to push the election back
about 10 days.


The mail-in election process will work
along a timeline mapped out by Supervisor of
Elections Linda Griffin.
Griffin's office will mail ballots no sooner
than 20 days and no later than 10 days prior
to the election date of July 6.
Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. ET on
that date to be counted in the referendum.


Rascal, the ring tailed lemur, enjoys a snack at last week's Port St. Joe Elementary School Ag Day
celebration. For more Ag Day photos, see page 19A. Photo by Despina Williams


Nathan Peters, Jr., who has opposed
establishing the taxing districts, or Municipal
Services Taxing Units (MSTUs) from the out-
set, voted against the motions put before
commissioners on Tuesday.
And Peters stressed that commissioners
should give plenty of heft to the results of a

(See COUNTY on Page 10A)


Par for the Cart


in Golf Cart Issue

By Marie Logan
Star Staff Writer
Port St Joe Police Chief James Hersey
gave a preliminary report on allowing golf carts
inside the city limits, listing city streets that
were acceptable and unacceptable for carts,
and multiple questions that arose on the use
and enforcement of ordinances pertaining to
the carts.
Hersev said he was unable to "route a map
from north PSJ to south PSJ without going on
the state roads," also raising the question of
how to connect new areas across the George
Tapper Bridge, as Port St. Joe annexed new
areas into the city.
Council member Benny Roberts asked if
the city had jurisdiction to allow carts on US:
98; Hersev replied that carts are not allowed.
by state law to be on state roads.
Hersey also brought up the issues of
enforcement and licensing of golf carts, stating
that trying to control these two issues would
"overload the department."
A citizen working on the issue said his
group had reviewed Apalachicola's policy
on golf carts and the policy his group was
proposing was much more stringent
He also asked that any ordinances written
to cover golf carts be extremely clear about
which streets were not accessible to the carts,
but asking for an ordinance allowing people to
drive short distances on unaccessible streets
to reach the nearest allowed street.
He also proposed a $25 annual fee on
the carts to help cover cost of signage. The
council wanted the liability release pertaining

(See GOLF CARTS on Page 3A)


Centennial Park Plays Host to First Annual Derby Days Gala


By Despina Wtlliams
Star Staff Writer
The Junior Service League of Port St.
Joe sought a change of pace for its annual
fundraising gala.
For the last nine years, the women's
community service organization staged an
elaborate Mardi Gras themed celebration in
the Centennial Building.
With Hurricane Katrina delivering New
Orleans a crushing blow last year, the Jtunior
Service League decided to retire its gala out of
deference to the beleaguered city.
The decision made. League members
searched for a theme that %would generate
even more excitement than its previous years'


miniature Mardi Gras.
As it turned out, they needed to look no
further than the Thyme at Port cookbook, a
Junior League project that combines regional
recipes with a history lesson on Port St. Joe's
arned past.
While researching the city's history for the
cookbook, members discovered that before
the old town of St. Joseph was destroyed by
hurricanes and a yellow fever epidemic, it
boasted as many as three racetracks.
Inspired by this forgotten piece of the
city's past. League members decided to stage
an elaborate outdoor affair, complete with
horse racing, mint juleps and hats that would
make even the Mad Hatter blush.


The Junior Service League's first ever
Derby Days gala begins this Friday at 6 p.m.
IET) with a "Cocktails a-nd Croquet" patrons
party at the Port St. Joe home of David and
Trish Warriner.
There, those contributing $500 or more to
Saturday niaht's silent auction can try their
hand at a rousing game of croquet, sip mint
juleps or participate in the hat decorating
contest.
The main event begins Saturday at 7:30
p.m. on the Centennial park lawn, where


lights will glisten from tree limbs and horse
drawn carriages will escort attendees through
the grounds.
Beneath the shade of elegant white tents,
gala goers will be treated to tunes from the
Atlanta-based band. The Shimmers, and test
their luck at blackjack, poker, roulette and
craps, with winners receiving tickets for a
prize drawing held at the event's finale.
The horses, too, will be running. Plywood
(See DERBY DAYS on Page 5A)


Plein Air Painters Offer


Observers Opportunity to Interact


The Junior Service League will bet on this polka dot horse at the Derby Day's race this Saturday
at Centennial park.


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By Marie Logan
Star Staff Writer
Have paints and palettes, will travel.
Paints, brushes, easels and palettes in
suitcase and hand, the plein air painters have
descended on the Forgotten Coast.
More than 20 nationally renowned artists
arrive May 11 to begin a 10-day marathon of
artistic endeavor that will capture scenes and
vignettes of life and landscapes in our area.
The event is presented by the Gulf Alliance
for Local Arts (GALA) and supported by the St.
Joe Company.
Painters will be working in six main areas
of Gulf and Franklin Counties, and they
welcome visitors to their sites. The artists
even encourage observers to talk to them
while they work between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
E.T., May 12-21.
Locations where the artists will be working
include:
Mexico Beach: old Methodist Church/
Driftwood Inn/Salt Creek and the canal/
Crooked Island Road/ old wooden bridge;
Port St. Joe: WindMark: city marmnna/
north Port St. Joe/St. Patrick's Seafood/
Maddox Park;


Editorials ............. Page 4A Society News ....... Page 2B 5B


Law Enforcement ....... Page 13A


Sports .............. Page 8A 9A Obituaries ............... Page 6B
'Chirch News ............. Page 6B Classifieds ....... Pages 14B -15B


Cape San Bias: old lighthouse/state park
in the dunes;
Indian Pass: 13 Mile oyster plant on C30A/
along the marshes and creeks/ Henderson
House/Wood's Cabin/Heslin House;
Wewahitchka: Dead La-kes/Chipola
River/L.L. Lanier Beekeepers/old Presbyterian
Church;
Apalachicola: old cemetery/front wharf/
Victorian homes/ Scipio Marina/historic
district.


(See PLEIN AIR on Page 2A)


NEW DEADLINES
Color Advertising, Real Estate Advertising & Advertising With Proofs Thursday at 11:00 a.m. EST
Advertising No Proof & Classified Display Ads Friday at 11:00 a.m. EST
School News & Society Friday at 11:00 a.m. EST
Classified Line Ads Monday at 5:00 a.m. EST


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Maps of the general areas
listed above are available
in a poster format from
numerous outlets, including
restaurants, real estate
offices, motels, and other
tourist outlets.
Approximately 250
works should result from
this painting marathon
and will be displayed for
purchase during a "Great

"You should always
wear dark or neutral clothing
when paint outdoors. You don't
want sunlight reflecting your red
T-shirt or glaring off your white
sweatshirt onto your canvas."
-Jean LeGassick
Plein Air Painters of America


Gatsby Summer Beach a
Party" on Friday, May 19. b
The beach celebration will n
feature dinner under the
stars and entertainment by S
songwriter, Florida State fr
University instructor, and

-When you are scouting out a
location topaint, don't automatically
go to the most obvious scene. Get
away from the herd and look for
the unconventional and you will
get some of your best painting....By
learning to see differently, the world
is at your door."
-Ned Mueller
Plein Air Painters of America



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and his quartet. The cost is p


100 per person. For more
formation on this event,
all 850/648-4041.
On Sunday, May 21,
:om noon to 5 p.m. E.T.,
ll of the paintings will
e displayed among the
natural landscaping of
VindMark Beach in Port
t. Joe. The showing is
*ee and open to the public,
and all the artists will
be on hand to talk with
visitors.
Plein air, meaning
"open air," challenges
artists to "concentrate
every sensory nerve on
the information in front
of them. They absorb it
all, from sight to sound,
from temperature to
'atmosphere, and then
channel those feelings
from had to hand,
recreating the vision in
aints on paper or canvas,"
according to the Plein Air
ainters of America.


"Minimizingwhatyoubring
with you into the field reduces
weight, energy and decision
making, thereby expanding your
time to paint."
-Joan Marron-LaRue
Plein Air Painters of America


The technique used
by plein air painters
requires working outdoors
in whatever environment
is present, painting before
the light disappears, and
experimenting with the
changing quality of light
on the subject. In most
cases, when the sun sets,
the painting is done.


"Once you have interpreted
the scene with your eyes, mind and
soul, you'll eliminate that frustrating
'wandering about the canvas,' and
you will dive in with a loaded brush
and make the painting process a
joy!"
-Linda Tippetts
Plein Air Painters of America


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Watch over 20 renowned plein air artists from around the country at work capturing the
allure of our landscape and people from May 12-18, 8am-4pm in the following locations:
5/12: Mexico Beach: Crooked Island Road/Driftwood Inn/Old
Methodist Church/Old Wooden Bridge/Salt Creek/Canal
5/13 & 14: Port St. Joe: Maddox Park/North Port St. Joe/St. Patrick's Seafood/
The Marina/WindMark
5/15: Wewahitchka: Chipola River/L.L. Lanier Bee Keepers/Old
Presbyterian Church/The Dead Lakes
5/16 & 5/17 Cape San Blas: Lighthouse/St. Joseph State Park
Indian Pass: Marshes and Creeks/The Henderson House/
The Heslin House/The Wood's Cabin/13 Mile Oyster Plant
5/18: Apalachicola: Front Wharf/Historic Downtown/Old Cemetery/
Scipio Marina/Victorian Homes


Be the first to purchase one of these works at the Great Gatsby Summer Beach party on
Friday, May 19 atWindMark Beach. For ticket information and reservations, call 648-
4041.

Chat with these artists and view the entire collection of their work on Sunday, May 21
from 12 noon-5 pm at WindMark Beach. FREE!


This event is presented by the Gulf Alliance for Local
Arts and supported by the St. Joe Company. For more
information, call Richard Carrell 850/648-9433.

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.to golf carts to be rewritten,
-and approved the study
Unanimously
Benny Roberts asked a
Preble Rish engineer if some
of the grant money allocated
for bike trails in Port St. Joe
could be used for golf .carts.
The council passed a motion
unanimously to look into it

In other business:
> Gail Alsobrook,
Executive Director
of the Port St.
Joe Downtown
Redevelopment
Agency (DRA), asked
the council for
permissionto conduct
a study in north PSJ
to gather data for
the rehabilitation of
houses, businesses,
and infrastructure in
*. north PSJ.
Noting that Florida
State University had already
conducted two studies of the
area, Alsobrook said she was
meeting with consultants the
next day about the studies.
Council member John
Reeves said if PSJ wanted
to be grandfathered into
the existing Community
Redevelopment Area (CRA),
the study had to be completed
by June 5, the date on which
Current CRA rules would
change.
] A. motion .was made to
expand the boundaries of the
existing CRA, and the study
was authorized.
> Alsobrook also asked
the council to remove
sign application
and approval in
the downtown area.
from the DRA's job'
description.
Reeves said not all signage
reviews were equal and both
Reeves and Alsobrook wanted
tp clear up who, exactly,
reviews sign applications in
the city. No decision was
made by the council.
r All three ordinances
and their final
readings pertaining
to the new hospital
slated for Port St. Joe
were read and passed
unanimously.
City manager Lee
\Vincent said talks
with Alontena\ Bay
.[ !". "" -ver '"Porr .t.t'Joe s ..
use of'the"'incinerator
in Bay County had
produced no results.
that they had no
interest at all in
letting PSJ continue
hauling their garbage
to the incinerator.
Vincent said he was
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looking for a new site for Port
St. Joe's garbage because in
a year or so Montenay Bay
would stop allowing PSJ to
bring their garbage into the
Bay County facility.
It was suggested that
Vincent get in touch with
Bay County commissioner
Nelson and ask for his help
in resolving the matter, since,
as it was pointed out, Bay
County has been saying for
years that they wanted our
Port St. Joe garbage, and now
that they've got it, they don't
want it."
> Vincent reported that
Mexico Beach had
agreed to let Port
St. Joe rent Mexico
Beach's dredge, and
the only problem was
to figure out when the
highest tide would
occur because the
dredge must come
through the bay
at the highest tide
possible.
Vincent said he had also
looked- at a booster pump,
which costs $30,000, for the
Mexico Beach dredge. Port
St. Joe needs the booster
pump in order to pump sand
through the extra 3,000 feet
'of pipe it needs to use, but
that the city will have no use
for the booster pump after'
this one-Lime use. .
Vincent said that NMexico
Beach had agreed that if Port
St." Joe will give the pump
to Mexico Beach after using
it, Mexico Beach would, only
charge Port St. Joe for fuel
and manpower to use the
dredge. The council agreed
to the deal.
> Vincent, presented
the council with, an
invoice of $350.000
from the county, as
part of the interlocal
agreement between
theGulfCounty Board


of Commissioners
and the City of Port
St. Joe to build a Gulf
County storm shelter
in Honeyville.
The agreement was signed
last November, with the
county expecting funding
from the city by May 30 of
this year.

> The council members
selected more
members for the
Port St. Joe employee
grievance committee
by picking. names
from a list.
> Vincent said he
was please with the
auditors' report on
the city's annual
year end audit, and
the auditors would
be making a report
to the council in the
near future.
> He also said it was
time to think about
Fourth of July
fireworks, for which
the city has $12,500
allocated. He did
not know how much
the Chamber of
Commerce would
be adding to the
fireworks fund this
year.
> Reeves asked Vincent
to notify people
through city water
bills of the 1999 city
ordinance that allows
people over 65 years
old to receive an extra
$25.000 homestead
exemption within
certain income levels,,
saying there %was anri
approaching time
limit to file for the
extra. exemption.
Council members and
the city attorney questioned:
whether or not the state
would consider this a legal


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action.
> Rachel Crews asked
the city to send John
Grantland to see
about fencing in a
house on Bay Street
in north Port St. Joe,
because it was a
safety hazard.
Vincent said the house
was in litigation and had been
condemned, but doubted
the city could do anything
like fencing in the property.
A motion was made to
investigate the situation and
bring it back to the council's
next meeting.
> Roberts wanted
something done
about single family
homes being used as
boarding houses in
Port St. Joe.
He said he had had
numerous complaints about
a certain address, and wanted
it taken care of immediately.
Vincent told him a letter about


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Port St. Joe Monday May 22, at The Senior Center 7:00 pm EDT
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fourth Monday of every month in St. Joe same time same place.

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Crosswalks Added to U.S. 98 in Mexico Beach

There's something new in Mexico Beach crosswalks.
The Mexico Beach Civic Association, Inc., began working
with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in January,
2006, requesting crosswalks because of safety concerns for
people crossing U.S. 98 going to the beach.
Construction is heavy in this small town, and most of it
is occurring on the north side of the highway. A population
boom will see hundreds of people going to the beach, using
these crosswalks.
There are five pedestrian crosswalks and they are clearly
marked with high visibility greenish yellow signs. A pedestrian
has the right of way in the crosswalk and the driver must yield
to the pedestrian.
Please drive carefully when approaching these crosswalks.
In other words, stop and allow the pedestrian to cross.
The Civic Association is also working with CTST to have
pedestrian lights installed at each of the five crosswalks.
It is important to remember that the current speed limit
of 45 mph will be reduced to 35 mph Memorial Day weekend.
Please help us keep everyone safe.
Connie Risinger, President
Mexico Beach Civic Association, Inc.
850/648-4041


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Most of us were taught in high school
American government or civics class that in
theory the power in the governing equation
was tipped toward the voter.
The voters who cast the ballots and had
the power to employ or unemploy their lead-
ers; they were the tipping point.
But as fewer and fewer go to the polls
the scales seem swinging in decidedly the
wrong direction, and we have no lack of
examples in local politics.
For example, and there is no need here
for names or specifics, consider that you are
employed with the county, say, at the Road
Department.
One day, an off day during the weekend,
you or a friend figure to go down and help
yourself to some lumber. The friend needs
a privacy fence and, hey, those things are
expensive, so why not borrow from where
that wood might not be missed.
And since there is no lock and key. well.
you help yourself.
Problem is, you're ultimately caught
- pilfering, stealing, attach adjective here.
Now that pesky boss of yours wants you
fired.
Fortunately, you share a last name with
another county employee, have worked with
a county commissioner at one juncture in
your life and can, apparently. count at least
two commissioners as friends.
Lo and behold. next thing you know.
those two commissioners are conducting a
conclave, a meeting which would be ques-
tionable at best under Sunshine Law given
the lack of notice and a personnel decision
on the table, and you keep your job.
For the time being, at least, until those
commissioners are persuaded that maybe
that isn't a great precedent to set after all
and, ultimately, seeing the writing on the
wall, you resign.
This is our county government, where
good employees are publicly humiliated to
the point of leaving jobs based on little more
than personality issues, and where another
employee is publicly smacked around for not
following directions or disobeying supervisor
orders and summarily fired.
But if the surname is the right one. you
can steal from the workplace the publicly-
funded workplace with. at least in the eyes
of certain elected officials. near impunity.


Mothers Are
One of the first things I observed about
Mom was her propensity for saving yes
And I noticed it right off the bat! When I
spit out those awful Gerber strained bananas
she didn't get mad and cram them down my
throat. She'd say, "Yes, I understand" and open
up ajar of squashed English peas. They weren't
much better.. .but they could be eaten.
She would carry us to town and let
us wander around Woodrow Kennon's Grocery
Store while she shopped. "Mom, can we have a
'Coke-Cola? Please?"
S-"Yes, boys."
Me and Leon and David Mark would sit
but on Mr. Woodrow's porch just like the grown
ups, nurse that delicious drink and talk base-
ball, summer rains and Mr.- Haskins's double,
tongued mule as the world moved slowly by.
Mom would "collect us" up as she exited with
both arms full of the necessities to carry us
another week. "Mom, can we stop and play on
the cannon?" ,
There would be only a slight hesitation.
S"Yes, but just for a little while. I've .got to get
supper going." We'd climb all over that World
War I relic that guarded our town square. David
would stretch out down the barrel, sighting
up Dr. Holmes's office across Main Street. I'd
pull the trigger, Leon added the sound effects.
IJ'reckon we'd blow it- up 50 or 60 times before
Mom would drag us back to the .car.
The Saturday matinee was a tough sale.
We'd gather up on Saturday morning and make
Leon. the oldest, ask. He'd clear his throat a
couple of times, look down at his shoes and
finally manage to get out. "Uh-could we-
would it be alright if we went to the picture
show today."
Daddy would immediately count the cost....
fifteen cents for each boy, a quarter if you add
'a bag of popcorn.... hog prices were down....
hadn't been enough rain for the cotton....it was
past time to change oil in the old Farmall...
You could see him leaning toward no. He didn't
[mind us going: it just wasn't cost effective at
'the moment. It was frivolous and he didn't
have muchtime for frivolous. Plus, he could


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There are at least three instances in the
past few years in which a county employee
has been caught dipping into the public till
and done so with little penalty, other than
restitution and unemployment, in large mea-
sure because of a last name or connection or
friendship to other county employees.
You might even keep your job if the per-
fect storm of name and connections align.
"There is right and there is right," said
one reader this week, noting
that if they stole that lumber
and their boss found out, Treat (
they not only wouldn't still
have a job, they might not the public
be roaming free save for a as if it b
bail bond.
"Those of us who are your pri
not in the clique are pretty der... an
Ticked) off." said another or later
reader.
Several months ago one Iic will
commissioner, during a ser- account
mon on responsible journal-
ism, boasted of his knowing
a lot of good ol' boys.
However, if this latest attempt at abuse
of power is an example., we would humbly
argue, there are plenty of people in his dis-
trict and the county as a whole \who would
say they too know plenty of good ol' boys but
that doesn't imply they appreciate the good
ol' boy politics which is part of the DNA of
local government.
Not that county officials have a monopoly
on this game. Frankly. they are amateurs.
Each year state lawmakers pack the
budget with tens of millions of dollars worth
of pet projects of questionable nature. The
federal budget has more pork than a break-
fast table.
There was a time a dozen years ago or
more in which an area Congressman pub-
lished a book about how the everyday citizen
could pull money out of the federal budget
through a variety of methods.
But all politics, according to the pundits.
is local, and change of this environment will
have to be a local trend.
Operating a county based on fieldoms,
job security for certain employees depen-
dent, on a last name or who they know\, has
proven examine the budget and spending
of this commission inefficient, at best.


Like That....


I Kesley Colbert
Contributing Writer


use some help- Mom would say, "0.' K. boys,
I believe we can work in a picture show for you
today."
, I'd bring Bobby Brewer home with me after
school. "Mom, can Bobby eat supper with us?"
"Yes, of course, dear."
Leon would bring Jackie Bums and Nicky
Joe Stafford. David would have Robert' Earl
Melton. It looked like a home for wayward boys
every time we sat down at, the table.... I don't
ever remember her saying someone couldn't eat
with us....ever!
She did say no once. I started little league.
All the boys had real baseball cleats. Except
mel They were eight dollars and Mom gently
explained that it was eight dollars that we didn't
have. I played the first two games in my tennis
shoes. Mother took a job at the Southern Star
Lumber Company pulling on a green chain. By
the second week of the season I had the newest
pair of real cleats on our team.
Mother could make a no turn into a yes!
If it was calf's liver and cauliflower night I'd
be the first one to speak up. "Mom, isn't there
anything else?"
,."As a matter of fact,. I saved some,brown
beans and combread from lunch just for you."
We had that family discussion one night
about "what we were going to be when we grow
up". I proudly proclaimed that I was going
to play'shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Leon and David hooted. Jackie and Nicky Joe
laughed. Robert Earl said the Cards were bad,
'but they weren't desperate.


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Put it this way, treat enough of the
public's wood as if it belongs in your private
larder and, in this climate, with taxes sky-
rocketing and money being spent as if the
golden goose will forever lay, and sooner or
later the public is going to demand account-
ability.
Not that such a demand would neces-,
sarily find much traction.
Public outcry over the county budget
last year ultimately led to
little in the way of reduc-
nough of tion. As many have point-
'S wood ed out on these pages, the
s woo county spends an enormous
itongS in amount of money, per cap-
ate la|r- ita, percentage-wise. com-
fate 1ar' 4 pared to counties of similar
I sooner size or larger.
the..pub- Voters overwhelmingly
approved a return to coun-
demand ty-- de voting and watched
bility as their wishes' ithered in
the wind for a year before
J commissioners decided to
take a baby step away froin
single-member districts at a speed guaran-
teed not to impact this year's elections.
And Tuesday's Port St. J6e city election.
regardless of %who emerges victorious in the
one race up for grabs, will be harked as the
election in which commissioners toyed with
the elecuton rules in the midst,of the election
cycle.
They messed feinting one way and
dashing another with the rules in the
middle of the game; something we all learned
not to do in the sandbox."
Well leave alone how this episode played
out against the backdrop of the Sunshine
Law\ or the waste of taxpayer money.
The primary conclusion to draw from all
this is that elected officials. have apparently
become accustomed,'to treatrhing the public's
dollars as a piggy bahk and;publit- office as
a near entitlement in which to gorge them-
selves.
Those precious "special projects" slush
funds are just the appetizer.
And this could be the year- that vote-rs
begin to decide that the only way they can
help themselves is to exact change at the
ballot box.


Mother didn't laugh. She put her arms
around n-e and said. "I can't wait to hear Harry
Cara\ announce. 'Now batting for St. Louis,
Keslev 'McKenzie' Colbert."
If I was hungry before right befort bedtime.
she'd get ever', pot and pan back out to come
up with something. If it was neannrig Christmas
and I was eyeing that new Western Flyer or
the Timex watch with the red, sweep second
hand-I knew I'd find'em under the tree
When I finally took to dating a little in high
school and every shirt that was ready in my
closet wasn't the one I wanted. I turned to my
savior, "Morn, I need the blue shirt with the
stripes. I've got to pick up Billie Jean in twenty
minutes!"
She would leap to the ironing board and go
to sprinkling down that shirt .
Right before high school graduation' went
in and explained to my parents that I wanted to
go to The University of the South at Sewanee.
We had a little college in our home town. They
had offered me a baseball .scholarship. It would
have cost nothing. Sewanee was going to cost a
small fortune Mom didn't hesitate. She didn't
mention money OR the lack there oil She didn't
bring up the logistics of going two hundred
miles away from home versus just down the
street. She said "Yes. son. I think that would be
wonderful."
She did immediately go back to work down
at the Southern Star.
Cathy and I called her over the years to see
if we could deposit two children with her for a
while. .
"Yes, dear." -
Or I would need some advice on rearing
the same.
"Yes, dear."
I What a legacy. .
We were talking on t4e- pphone a couple
of Sunday's ago. 'Son, you know you haven't
made it back for Mother's Day in quite a few
years. I would love to see you but. I know that
you are very busy. Do you think you can pos-
sibly make it this year?"
YES!
Respectf-i.lly, -. '
No. 2 Son: '. '


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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed
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asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
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Tim Croft
Star News Editor


Eating with Grandma
Bob Evans has nothing on Grandma.
To find out for yourself just mosey over to -
the Senior Citizen Center next to the Port St.
Joe Library between the hours of 6:30 and 9
a.m. on any weekday.
At that time of the day the center is trans-
formed into Grandma's Kitchen,. where smil- w-
ing, friendly and familiar faces are stationed -
behind a: breakfast buffet, prepared to sate
that early-morning hunger.
They've got the essentials scrambled -
eggs, grits, biscuits, bacon, sausage, served
up as you please and piping hot.


And.for a suggested donation of $5 for-,
adults and $3 for children, the price is hard;
to beat and the conversation, if a recent' -
,Wednesday morning, is convivial and plenti-,
ful.
"The food is good, the'service is good, it's,:.
great," said one patron last week.
The breakfast idea was the brainchild of"'
the board of directors for the Senior Citizens-,
Center.
There is a need, unless fast food is your*
fancy, since the closing of Linda's 'Restaurant
the breakfast crowd has felt a bit of a void.
The butter on the biscuit, though, is the.
cause. All net proceeds go toward senior ser-1i
vices in the community.
"Every dime goes to senior services.," said,
Sandy Lieberman. the Senior Citizens Center.
director.
Breakfast represents one of the major-
fund-raising efforts by the center, a new twist
as staples such as golf tournaments become:'
more abundant, diluting the pool of available
public donations.
Thus far, without much in the' way of';
advertisement, business is pretty dadgum.
good..
g Lieberman said a consistent 35 to 50 cus-.
tomers are served each day.
Grandma has already lured a.hardy and.
growing band of regulars who haunt the
facility each morning for their breakfast and'
banter.
A steady stream of customers came
through the doors during. one 45 minute.
period last week. .
One volunteer behind the serving line
noted that one visitor happened to stop by,
discovered the savory smells of a good morn-;
ing repast ,in the air and went back and
brought his fishing buddies back with him to
fill a table or two.
"We have a good steady group that comes
in," Lieberman said.
That consistent business, Lieberman said,
means that two mornings or so covers the,
overhead of cooking and food which means,
the rest is "gravy" for seniors and programs-
serving them in the community.
The kind of gravy that goes down smooth-
and nourishing, which seems to be what,
Grandma is all about.

Technical Difficulties
We sure had only a vague idea but we'
are learning quickly that transitioning the" -
delivery of this newspaper to provide a more-S.
personal touch is more of undertaking that.'
reading this sentence.
A few weeks ago, I wrote in this space that'
our customers would soon be able to have-'
their newspaper arrive on the 'driveway or in,
their mailbox on Thursday morning, saving-
folks a few pennies in gas to the store and in.
the price of the paper.
We perceive the opportunity to have to-h
.your-door delivery of the paper as one of those4f
win-win situations a savings in efficiency
and fuel for us as a company and a perki.
for our customers in ease of picking up The:
Star.
We have been delayed .by technical dif-.
ficulties.
There remain a few wrinkles we must'-
iron in order to' avoid the hiccups which have,.,
unfortunately occurred, as we move to new"
technology for delivery. .
As most businesses and employees could'
attest, technology does not always, particu-i
larly at first, make for more-easily completed*
tasks. Mastering the machine we are cur-,
rently calling it the beast when it comes to cir-.
culation can be more elusive than extricat-.
ing one's self from a Chinese finger puzzle.
We hope we see the light at the end of the-
tunnel. Hang in there with us a bit longer and:
we should have it licked.
Sometime in the coming weeks you'll
find your newspaper in the driveway early,
Thursday morning.
And we will be able to resume growing'
our hair.


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The Success of Hurricane Recovery is Up to You



Prepare Now for the Safety of Your Family


Scott R. Morris
Director, Florida Long-Term
Recovery
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
Last year, our nation
experienced one of the most
destructive hurricane sea-
sons ever as hurricanes
ripped through the Gulf
Coast states, forcing the
evacuation of millions, and
leaving thousands without
power, many without homes,
and causing billions upon
billions of dollars in damage.
Florida was no exception. In
fact, the effect of the 2005
storms was greatly magni-
fled as Floridians still work


to recover from the devasta-
tion of the 2004 hurricane
season.
The serious level of
destruction from the 2004
and 2005 storms is a clear
signal for all of us to take
action to prepare for the
quickly approaching 2006
hurricane season. No matter
where in this great state you
may reside tE" be it the Keys,
the Panhandle, the First
Coast or Central Florida E"
all those who live, work and
play in the Sunshine State
must understand that each
one of us has a stake in our
respective communities and
must assume our individual


responsibility to prepare for
disaster.
I urge everyone to take
the initiative now. Prepare
yourself and your family for
the next hurricane. It could
be just around the comer.
Practice the three steps
of disaster preparedness:
"make a plan, make a kit
and get informed.
Make an emergency plan
so you know exactly what
steps to take if you need to
evacuate: where to go, what
to do with pets and how to
meet up with family members
if you need to leave quickly.
Every home should have a
disaster supply kit with a


battery-powered radio, new
batteries, enough food and
water to supply your family
for 72 hours, and any neces-
sary medications. (The Web
sites www.Ready.gov and
www.FloridaDisaster.org are
wonderful sources of infor-
mation for disaster planning
and preparing your supply
kit.)
It is .also vital to stay
informed during a storm.
Listen to the radio or TV
newscasts before and dur-
ing an evacuation and follow
reports on the weather con-
ditions in your area. In the
coming weeks, look for fur-
ther information and remind-


ers regarding all aspects of Florida.
hurricane and disaster pre- I cannot overempha-
paredness from FEMA, state
and local disaster officials. size the incredible impor-
As individuals do their tance of preparing now. The
part to prepare for the precautions you take today
upcoming hurricane sea-
son, FEMA is also doing its may save your life tomor-
part by hitting the Florida row. Careful preparation
roads. Disaster recovery pro- can also possiblysave the
gram managers from FEMA's save the
Long-term Recovery Office in lives of others, such as first
Florida are currently criss- responders. Please take time
crossing the state, meeting to prepare yourself and your
with local officials in all 67 to prepare yourself and
Florida counties, answering family today. It is your civic
questions and strengthening duty and responsibility as a
the relationships that will
facilitate a speedier recov-- resident of the great state of
ery from future disasters in Florida.


Derby Days From Page 1A


horses decorated by 10
focal business owners will
progress along an Astroturf
track, moved on squares like
giant chess pieces according
to the roll of a die.
An impressive collection
if art, children's items and
vacation giveaways will be
up for grabs at the night's
silent auction.
Prizes include one-
Week vacations to Crestview
Colorado and Cashiers,
North Carolina and an
exotic wildlife hunting trip to


bourbon balls, grasshopper
pie and burgoo stew, a spicy
Kentucky favorite made of
poultry, game and other
meats and vegetables.
A group of plein air
painters, in town to
capture Gulf and


Franklin county
landscapes on
a week-long
painting tour,
will record the
black tie affair
on canvas.
Proceeds


League puppet troupe that
performs social awareness
skits at area schools; and
"Jam Packs," the League's


Z9~e/'/ Z~rat


Texas. from the event
In between gaming and will benefit Junior
bidding, attendees will feast Service League projects
on traditional derby fare such as Monumental Music,
Watered by Provisions., a free concert offered to the signature
The menu includes public; Kids on the Block, a supplies


I,


Dear Editor,
As Mississippians who
live in "Katrina-Land," we
want to take this opportuni-
ty to say "Thanks!" to all the
nice people from Florida who
came over to.help. We found
out that many of the folks
had themselves lost property
in the hurricanes that struck
Frorida, yet there they were,
pouring out their hearts to
us.
Thanks for your time.
Bobby & Bonnie
Hathorn
Ellis\ille, MS

Dear Editor,
I reside in Gulf County.
and am a member of the
recently formed Citizens for
Reduced Taxes a Political
Action Committee (PAC).
The purpose of this com-
mittee is to urge our County
Government to reduce Ad
Valorem Property Taxes for
all County property' owners.
Harold Bost, a resident
of Fayette County. Georgia
,'ho also owns property and
a home in Gulf County, was
t-he driving force behind the




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,:;,.,formation<,.,of the citizen's
, committee. Harold has been
a past County Commissioner
and County Commission
Chairman in Fayette County,
Georgia and he is very expe-
rienced in County financial
management. I joined the.
Citizen's group, after see-'
ing data Harold assembled
showing the totally out of
control taxing and spend-
ing situation in Gulf County.
Simply put I was shocked
and outraged we are all
paying way too much in Ad
Valorem tax. Unfortunately,
due to a serious family ill-
ness, Harold is not currently
able to spend time in Gulf
County to help put focus
on our tax problem. He did
recently send the following
comparative information:
"The population in
Fayette County is approxi-
mately 7 times that of Gulf
County. However, the bud-
geted amount of Ad Valorem
Taxes is $48,364,573 which
is only approximately 3.5
times as much as Gulf
County. The Fayette County
services delivered to citizens


is light years ahead of Gulf_
County.
I give you these specific
comparisons only to drama-
tize again how far out of line
Taxes are in Gulf County."
.Any Gulf County prop-
erty owner. (resident or
non-resident) has reason
to be terribly disappointed
with the financial manage-
ment job we are getting from
!County Leadership.', In the
past five years, Gulf County
Ad Valorem property" ta-\
and spending (the portion
controlled by the County
Commission) has risen from
$5.4 million/year to $13.5
million/year an increase of
147c. in five years. Compare
this with a less than 20',)
increase in national infla-
tion during the same period.
Gulf County's per capital Ad
Valorem tax is now more
than double the average of
Florida's 67 counties and
there is no good justifica-
tion for it. We should all
demand and expect vastly
better management of our
funds by the County and we
should see it starting with a


Mexico Beach has been permitted to put cross-
walks across U.S. 98 in an effort to slow traffic
through town. Is this a good idea?

Yes. it will enhance pedestrian
safety and slow down cars. 5 4o

No. not only will it further clog a
busy road. there's little guarantee 123 94o
pedestrians will get the right of way
from drivers.

Don't know. don't care. 3 20


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with backpacks stuffed with
school supplies.
The Junior Service
League hopes to make Derby
Days an annual event. The
St. Joe Company, Tapper
Foundation and Sun Coast
Lawn and Landscaping have
signed on as this year's
sponsors.
League president
Tracy Melvin believes
past years' Mardi
Gras goers will
enjoy the new
Sgala's more
refined spirit.
"We're very,
excited to be
_7 bringing an event
with a different feel
to Port St. Joe," said
Melvin.
"It's going to be a
remarkable evening."
Derby Days' tickets are


significant reduction in next
year's budget and tax indle-
age rate. At the end of next
year, we should expect that
actual County spending \\ill
meet or beat the budget and
then we should see a lower
yet budget for the following
year. The time to get work-
ing on fixing Gulf County's
financial' management sys-
tem is right now this is'
important work and a big job
so let's all get started!
Property owners can
help by supporting efforts
of our Citizens for Reduced
Taxes group and by attend-
ing upcoming County
Commission budget sessions
to provide input directly to
County Commissioners.
Your voice is important, it
is needed and it will have
impact!
Jim Lloyd '
Indian Pass

Dear Editor:
Someone turned out the
lights in City Hall in Mexico,
Beach.
..'ve come to this conclu-
sion after a careful review of
city documents, a city finan-
cial report that was issued on
April 24 at a workshop (this
report was not on the agenda
but was the main' item of
discussion with only two citi-
zens in attendance) and the
news report by Channel 13
on May 4.
You may be asking why
I think the lights have gone
ou.t.
Let's look at Channel
13's report where the city
said they have put policies
and procedures in place to
curb their overspending.
Funny, thing is the previ-
ous administration devel-
oped and put in place the
first extensive policies and
procedures the city ever
had. And, with those poli-
cies and procedures, along
with our commitment to be
trustworthy guardians of the
public's funds, self-imposing
spending restraints and just
using our God-given com-
mon sense, we were able to
not only maintain a healthy
financial base but also save
money. Money that went into
reserves, the very reserves
they have used to fund their
expenses. And, we did it
even with storm damages.
Remember Hurricane Ivan?-
Now, to their report. They
admit they used restricted
funds for general opera-
tion expenses. Once again,
the previous administra-
tion brought in revenues to
the city for building permits


$50 and may be purchased
at the Fixture Exchange and
the Port Inn (both in Port St.


Elections-

arrived at the Port St. Joe
SFire Station between 7 a.m.
and 7 p.m. to cast their bal-
lots.
There were 56 absentee
votes and seven provision-
al ballots, with, two provi-
sional ballots disqualified by
the canvassing board due
to signature or registration
issues.
Roberts polled strongly
445 to 319 at the Fire
Station, while the absen-
tee and provisional ballots
reflected a more : divided
preference, with Roberts
taking 35 of those votes and
Davis 28.
The vote totals are unof-


that had been going to Bay
County. However, the former
city administration, Paul
Sabiston, went into pains-
taking detail how the money
could be used in accordance
to .Florida statutes. The
money could go to the opera-
tion of the Building and Code
Enforcement department
and limited- administration,
costs. It could ibot b1 used
foi- general operation costs.'
By the end of the fiscal. year
2005, the city had collected
over $568.000 in permit fees.
When the city closed this
account in October 2005,
there was $4.873.61 left in-
the account. For the first half
of this fiscal year, they have
collected over $162,000. Yet,
in their report, city officials
state there is only $94;,141.25
left in these restricted funds.
Even taking expenses into
account, there appears to
be about $200,000 in- unac-
counted funds. .
Other highlights from
their report state the city was
penalized about $9,000 for
non-paymnent of payroll taxes
during July, August and
October. The report states
at the current rate of spend-
ing, revenues will not keep
up with expenses and the
reserve funds will be' deplet-,
ed by year's end. Although
in the April meeting, the
mayor assured the citizens
there was $398,057.67 in
unrestricted funds and "that
was a heck of a lot more
than we started with," their
report shows that there was
only $176,423 as of April 1.
Numbers don't lie and finan-
cial records will show there
was a heck of a lot .more.
money before this admin-:.
istration took over. Just on
reserve account had over
$232,000 when they too over
and within seven months it
had $113,000.
To further aggravate the
financial deficiency, there
were raises to employees of
upwards of 56 percent. And,
after being in office only three
months, this council gave
themselves a 100 percent
raise. How did this happen?
It was discussed at a work-
shop but there is no record
that they voted on this as
an agenda item. Was this
legal? Yes. Shady? Maybe.
Shadowy? Definitely.
If the lights are not out
they are as low as you can
get them. It has hard for
me, as part of an adminis-
tration that strived to keep
our government operations
open and transparent and
to take pride in building up


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ficial those with disquali-
fied provisional ballots have
three days during which to
come to the Supervisor of
Elections Office and prove
the veracity of their ballots.
Clearly, however, that
will have, no impact on the
Group III race.
The only other race
potentially up for grabs
was the Group IV seat of
Commissioner David Horton,
who drew no opposition.
Davis could not be
reached Tuesday night for
comment.


the city's financial health to
witness the downward spiral
into darkness and deficits.
Because of another letter I
had written regarding this
administration and the city
logo, I know this letter will
spark their wrath and I will
have to endure another bar-
rage of taunts, such as I
was "replaced" on the coun-
cil (how that happened when
I chose not to run is beyond
me), I feel as a citizen I have
the right to question my gov-
ernment's actions as well as
to inform other citizens of
what.is happening with their
government.
David A..Thompson
Mexico Beach-' tr.o ;;:

Dear Editor:
I' regret being compelled
to write this letter, as I under-
stand that it could invite
added stress to some peo-
ple. but the consequences of
remaining silent could have
even greater consequences.
This issue involves
the quality of food being
distributed by the Gulf
County Board of County
Commissioners each month.
Some of the food is one to'
five years out of date. On
March 28, ,2006, included
in the food given to the poor
were boxes of nutritional
meal packets, with the date
of 2001, bottles of grapefruit
drink which expired over one
year ago and canned food.
which was also over a year
out of date.
Food was again distrib-
uted this month which can
indicate that :the contents
were spoiled. A can of tuna
with the sell by date of Jan.
17, 2005 on top of the can
and the sell by date of Jan.
-17, 2010 on the bottom, and
bread that was out of date,
March 12.
As the cost of necessities
such as food, shelter, medi-
cine and gas. climb higher,-
the poor here in Gulf County
(as elsewhere) suffer by the
sinfully increased cost, of
these necessities for surviv-
al. The deteriorating, plight
of the poor is not a result-
of laziness but the cost of
surviving coupled with the.
deliberate suppression of
wages.
People in need are grate-
ful for help but to be given
food, a portion of which
should have been land-filled
some time ago is not only an,
insult, but also a possible
health risk.
Frankie J. Shook
Wewahitchka


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Star Staff Writer
Seven young girls from
the North Port St. Joe
Youth Initiative pondered
the perils of babysitting
last Wednesday as part of a
week-long babysitting work-
shop conducted by county
extension agent, Mildred
Melvin.
Gathered around a table
in an old Washington High
School classroom, the girls
read descriptions of baby-
sitting emergencies aloud,
and devised real world solu-
tions.
After denying three-
year-old Rich's bedtime
request for vanilla pudding,


the girls turned to a darker
scenario.
Jealous that her baby
brother had been rocked
gently to sleep, three-year-
old Cindy declared war on
the babysitter. She turned
the living room floor into a
toy box, and threatened to
run away.
A bleak situation indeed,
noted Ashley Robinson, who
offered a suggestion.
"I'd call her parents and
I'd call 911, and I'd tell
them 'I can't babysit your
child no more."'
Melvin, in a calm voice,
suggested that Robinson try
rocking Cindy to sleep, or
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be acting out, said Melvin,
who urged the would-be
babysitters to try a little
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An expectant mother
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year old daughter at home,
Melvin patiently fielded
questions and offered prac-
tical advice on a wide range
of babysitting topics.
Melvin signed on to lead
the workshop at the urg-
ing of the North Port St.
Joe Youth Initiative's after
school program coordinator,
Minnie Likely, who wanted
her students to learn the
value of meaningful employ-
ment.
"Usually babysitting is
one of the first jobs that
young people do," said
Likely, who noted that many
of the students already care
for their younger siblings.
In developing the work-
shop's curriculum, Melvin
enlisted the support of a
Palm Beach County col-
league, who offered a
detailed handbook entitled
"Babysitting Basics: First
Rate Sitters."
On Monday, Melvin
talked to the girls about
children's growth, develop-
ment and heredity factors.
On Wednesday, she
tackled household haz-
ards. Melvin used a large
poster board tacked with
medicines and look-a-like
candies to demonstrate the
dangers of leaving poten-
tially harmful items within
a child's reach.
Turns, Melvin noted, look
very similar to fruit-flavored
Necco wafers; laxatives bear
an uncanny resemblance to
chocolate bars.
"Young children who
don't know how to read go
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The children also
received lessons in age
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an urban legend, and told
Bell not to believe every-
thing she sees in the mov-
ies.
"That kind of thing
probably wouldn't happen,"
she assured.
Though many of the
girls were under the ideal
age to begin babysitting
(12), they learned informa-
tion that will come in handy
when that day arrives.
The girls took home
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Cartoon Tackles Weighty Issue of Internet Exploitation


By Despina Williams
Star Staff Writer
Children are naturally
.curious, easily led and have
a natural desire for love and
affection.
They are ideal victims for
Internet predators who mas-
querade online as children,
exploiting and ultimately
destroying, their innocence.
Some 30 million U.S.
'children under age 18 regu-
,larly use the Internet. One
"in 33 will receive an aggres-
*sive solicitation from a sex-
,ual predator in the form of
e-mails, phone calls, gifts,
or invitations to meet in pri-
,vate.
As a member of the
Internet Crimes Against
'Children Task Force, Gulf
County Sheriff's Department
Sgt. Chris Buchanan has
embarked on a new effort to
prevent local children from
joining the growing ranks of
'the exploited.


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Sgt. Chris Buchanan is an
investigator with Gulf County's
Internet Crimes Against Children
Task Force.

At Port St. Joe Elementary
School on Tuesday, Buchanan
screened an education-
al video developed by the
National Center for Missing


and Exploited Children and
the Boys and Girls Club of
America.
The video, narrated by
cartoon siblings Nettie and
Webster, teaches students
in grades three through six
the importance of Internet
safety by introducing them to
a nefarious group of animat-
ed Internet stalkers, called
Wizzy Wigs.
Wizzy Wigs, a play on the
.phrase, "What you see isn't
always what you get," seem
harmless online, but are in
reality, sinister creatures who
prey on young children.
Spamazoid, a squat ogre
in a polka dot muu-muu
likes to send unsolicited e-
mails (or spam) containing
explicit content. Hot-Head, a
walking flame, uses "mean
and ugly words." Oogle, a
one-eyed Cyclops, scans the.
web for personal information.
Numbut, a young lad with
swirling, hypnotic eyes, is on
the Internet 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
And then there's the
most dangerous Wizzy Wig
of all, Follow-You Fiona, a
Nosferatu-like figure who
adopts aliases and deceives
children with friendly words.
"I'm your friend. You can
tell me anything, like your
name, your age, your phone
number. You can trust me
with your little secrets," beck-
ons Follow-You Fiona.
The stylized characters'
actions accord with those of
real-life predators, who often
earn children's trust by feign-
ing common interests.
"They'll pretend to like
the same things kids do,"
noted Buchanan. "Something
as simple as I1 like pizza' -,
even little minute things like
that, an offender can use to
get the trust of a young child
or teenager."
Since forming the task
force in Oct. 2004, Gulf
County investigators have
arrested six sex offenders
who solicited children online
using similar strategies.
With the likeable Nettie
and Webster leading the dis-
cussion, the video teaches
children to be suspicious of
anyone they talk to online.
On Tuesday, the third-
graders participated in the
video's interactive game
show, "Who's Your Friend on
the Internet," selecting their
choice of "friend" based on


the remarks of three char-
acters hiding behind closed
doors.
The first expressed her
preference for sports and
vanilla ice cream; the sec-
ond, for stalking people with-
out their knowledge; and the
third, for shopping and boy
watching.


the web, safety tips echoed in
the video.
Buchanan hopes to
expand the program to
include the county's middle
and high school students in
the near future, and believes
that parents, too, could bene-
fit greatly from internet safety
education.


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in Tuesday's internet safety discussion.


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revealed a lurking Follow-You
Fiona, a surprise to the third-
graders, who unanimous-
ly chose the pleasant voice
behind door number one.
The test underscored the
video's central thesis that
appearances are often deceiv-
ing.
"They might not be who
they say they are," cautioned
Buchanan, who presented
the video to Wewahitchka
Elementary students last
week.
Sexual predators, often
select their victims from web-
sites such as myspace.com
and xgana.com, which enable
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Barnes Signs with SAG University


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
The first time Zach Barnes
dresses in his new football
uniform he might find the
colors a tad off-putting.
After wearing the red-
and-white of Wewahitchka
High School for three years;
the 2005 graduate could find
the purple and gold the
colors of county rival Port St.
Joe High School of his col-
lege destination a bit uncom-
fortable.
Barnes figures hell get
over that pretty quickly
because he's been patiently
waiting for the opportunity
before him since he was a
mere adolescent.
Barnes, who played
offensive and defensive line
for the Gators for three years
- a severe ankle injury side-
lined him during his junior
season inked a college let-
ter-of-intent to matriculate
to Southwestern Assemblies
of God University, an NAIA
school located about 30
miles south of Dallas iii
Waxahachie, Texas.
"This is an important day
for me," Barnes said last week
before signing his letter-of-


intent in front of coaches and
family. "I'd like to have gone
last year, but I'll take it. This
is a blessing."
No truer words could be
spoken for an opportunity
Barnes has long sought, the
chance to continue his foot-
ball career while studying for
the ministry.
"He's wanted to be a pas-
tor since he was 12 years
old," said mom Rosa Feltrop.
The only snag, if one
could call it that, are the
Lions' colors, that purple and
white combination which typ-
ically meant a heated, physi-
cal contest for the former
Gator.
Barnes will play in an
8,000-seat stadium that
the university is looking to
expand as they reinvigorate
the football program.
"(Coach Jesse Godding)
said they were looking for
young men who wanted to be
pastors and wanted to play
football," Barnes said. "They
are trying to rebuild the foot-
ball program. Hopefully, I can
help."
In Barnes, SAGU will be
getting the complete package
for their school.


A solid student, Barnes
was Mr. Extracurricular at
Wewahitchka High, involved
in a variety of programs and
organizations beyond school
hours and the classroom,
particularly those which
meshed with Barnes' faith,
such as the POPS program
which advocates abstinence.
"He could also pray bet-
ter than anyone I know,"
said Charles Fortner,
Wewahitchka's softball coach
and a former football coach.
A tackle at Wewahitchka
- he one of the biggest Gators
on the team Barnes figures
to play either guard or center
on Southwestern, which is an
NAIA independent.
He's been preparing in
earnest the past year.
Barnes has spent the
past school year at Gulf Coast
Community College and is on
track to graduate after three
years at Southwestern.
He's also been working
out daily with his brother as
partner and said his ankle
his fully healed and ready
to go.
"They said they like his
quick feet," Fortner said.
"They said he needs to get


stronger and more physical.
"He's a good kid."
Who seems to have found
the right fit.


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Sharks Spring Back into Gridiron Action


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
There are dozens of high
school coaches around the
state who would love to have
Coach John Palmer's "dilem-
ma" fashioning a rerun to a
state championship season.
Palmer and the Port
St. Joe Sharks, circa 2006,
began last week trying to
craft another title episode to
match the magical run of
2005 as spring football prac-
tice cranked Lip in propor-
tion to the ex-pansion of the
roster.
Palmer, as evidence,, has
more than 50 athletes out for
varsity.
"That's high," Palmer
said. "We have 22 eighth-
graders out for the junior var-
sity and when you think we
had four the first year I was
here four years ago, that's
pretty good."
The impacts of a state
Class 1A championship the


Sharks capped a 13-1 season
by defeating the defending
champion Fort Meade in a
big-play, see-saw masterpiece
- are one factor, Palmer said,
but he also noted that num-
bers tend to run in cycles.
"It's gone really well so
far," Palmer said. "We're
happy where we are at this
point of spring. We're going to
try to aim high again and try
to do whatever we have to do
to'be a good football team."
The Sharks will get a
stiff test to end spring prac-
tices when they participate
in a jamboree at Tallahassee
Florida High beginning at 7
p.m. ET on Thursday, May
18.
Port St. Joe gets things
rolling that night with two
quarters of football against
Union County, a traditional
power in Northeast Florida.
and cap the night with two
quarters against the host
Seminoles.,


"That will be pretty
stout," Palmer said. "There is
no freebie in the spring game,
no purple and gold game."
The 2006 Sharks break
from the gate with six return-
ing starters on defense and
five returning starters on
offense. They will also have
to navigate life without play-
makers such as Ash Parker
and Ash Larry, who made
the huge plays again and
again as Port St. Joe won
its last 13 games after open-
ing the season with a loss at
Blountstown.
The anchor early in the
season is likely to be found
on defense, a dominating
unit last year which returns
the nucleus of its front eight,
with Byron Peters, Terry
Thompson, Patrick Bailey
and Javon Davis back along
the. line and Ashley Davis.
Chaz Byrd, Shane Duty and
Warren Floyd returning at
linebacker.',


All either started or saw
significant action last sea-
son.
A pair of Mikes, Byrd and
Quinn, return to the second-
ary but the Sharks must find
another cornerback from a
mix of players.
"I'think we have a chance
to be as quick as we were
last year on defense," Palmer
said, noting that the mix of
instinctive players who were
also coachable was critical. "If
we are coachable, we should
be pretty good.
"We are going to hang
our hat, as we did last year,
on defense."
Offensively, with Matt
Gannon devoting his ener-
gies full-time to baseball,
Quinnr will shoulder the work
at quarterback while offering
experience and maturity to
what shapes up as a young-'
ish offense.
The key will be replacing
three lineman, tackles Zac


Norris and Jordan Todd and
center Mike Griffin.
While the Sharks had the
luxury last year of having just
one lineman forced to play
both ways, this year there
will be more two-way play
and therefore a premium on
the coaching staff to develop
not only complimentary play-
ers but depth.
In particular, Palmer
noted, players such as Javon
Davis, Billy. MNartin, Bryce
Nelson and Grant Glass must
step up ,to .spell success in
2006. ...
Behind Quinn will be
returning starter Ashley
Davis at fullback with Chaz
Byrd and Peters, the stron-
gest player on the team, along
with Mike Byrd and Martin
also in the backfield mix.
Tyrone Dawson is on the
inside track to replace Larry
,at wideout, with tight end
Philip Fuze also prominent in
the passing game.


"We won't change a lot of
the schemes," Palmer said.
"We may add some things. It
will look very much the same.
The same on defense." -
There is still a long path
ahead, but at this point, the
glow of a. state championship
fading under the spring sun,
the search is on for just what
kind of team the 2006 Sharks
will be.
"As I've told the guys over
and over, part of this spring'
and fall is finding their idena
uity," Paimef"said, etiphasiz-
ing the state .title was past
tense. "I like the way they've
worked so far. I think the
coaches like the way they've
worked. It's a process, seeing
what develops. That's part of'
the fun of coaching."
Almost as fun, judging.'
by the tone of his voice, as
championship rings and tro-
phies.


STAR PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Port St. Joe High School




Congratulations

on an outstanding prep sports year at Port St. Joe High School. The final
rankings won't be known until the end of the spring sports playoffs, but
the last we looked the school was among the top five in the state Class
2A all-sports standings. A state football title, a Final Four appearance in
boys basketball, regional berths in boys soccer, softball and girls bas-
ketball, a state title in the discus for Zac Norris, a winning record during
a rebuilding year in baseball -it all added up to a year of memories and
success for the Sharks.


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Rae Smith
Contributing Writer


By Jason Shoot
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Maybe if one ball had
bounced favorably. Maybe if
the FHSAA hadn't created a
system that favors teams from
private schools. Maybe if an
umpire called a strike instead
of a ball.
The fact is that
Wewahitchka's softball team
could go through all sorts of
what-ifs when contemplating
how the Gators have come
up short in the school's five
appearances in the state Final
Four, including each of the
past three seasons.
Wewa coach Charles
Fortner only looks forward.
"I believe that this is a
good chance this year,"
Fortner said as his Gators pre-
pared to meet Bishop Snyder
of Jacksonville in the Class 2A
state semifinals at 1 p.m. CDT
Wednesday in Plant City.
Wewa (28-1) sports a
24-12 record in regional and
state tournament play since
1994, but the Gators possess
a 1-5 mark after reaching the
Final Four. Wewa advanced to
the Class 1A championship in
2003 before falling 3-1 against
Hollywood Christian.
While the preeminent
accomplishment has eluded
them, the Gators still rank
among the elite programs amid
the state's smaller schools.
Wewa is a perennial threat
to win a state crown, and the
Gators have adopted a "been
there, done that" approach,
Fortner said.


Wewahitchka residents
have grown accustomed to
the program's success, too.
Fortner said students at the
local elementary school pro-
vide a touching send-off by
standing streetside with signs
wishing good luck as the
team's bus embarks on the
seemingly annual trip south.
"That's the biggest thrill of
all," Fortner said. "They do it
every time we go."
Don't expect the Gators to
get too sentimental, though.
"Our kids don't get over-
excited," he said. "They're just
more business-like. They feel
like they have a job to do, and
they've got to go do it. This
group of kids can do it. We've,
got to play two good games."
In fastpitch softball, a
team's success often hinges
on the player firing rise balls,
changeups and drop balls from
the pitcher's circle. Fortner
said the Gators will turn to
heralded freshman Samantha
Rich against Bishop Snyder
(23-7) and will again in the
state title game on Thursday
if the team emerges victorious
on Wednesday.
"She's always been suc-
cessful at every level she's
been on," Fortner said. "It
goes back to her youth when
she was a successful pitcher.
She pitched in big summer
tournaments that have big
competition, and she always
pitched good in those. She's
pitched good for us this year,
and I wouldn't expect anything
less out of her. We expect her


to continue pitching like she
has."
Wewa could turn to
another Samantha junior
Samantha Green but Fortner
believes his best team fea-
tures Green at shortstop and
Rich bearing down on oppos-
ing hitters. He credited Green
for her maturity.
"She understands that we
have to put the best lineup
we can out there," Fortner
said. "Our best lineup is with
Samantha Rich pitching. All
of the team understands that.
It's money time now, and we
have to put the best team we
can put out there."
Bishop Snyder has a
formidable punch from the
circle, too. Sophomore Taylor
Wright blanked North Florida
Christian 5-0 in the Region
2-2A finals behind a one-hit,
11-strikeout performance.
That followed a dominating
13-strikeout effort against
Mayo Lafayette in the regional
semis.
Fortner knows runs
are going to be at a pre-
mium against Wright and the
Cardinals.
"We know they have one
good pitcher especially who
throws hard, has a good
changeup and good control,"
he said. "(Wright is) the best
player on the team, the best
athlete on the team and also
their best hitter. We're going
to face a good pitcher, and we
know that."


Gators Swamp Sneads



to .Reach Final Four


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
Four out of four meant a
trip to the Final Four.
The Lady Gators swamped
Sneads for the fourth time
last Tuesday to punch a ticket
'to the program's sixth state
semifinals in:clhdiiiii four
in a row since fast-pitch
became the softball norm in
the mid- 1990's.
Wewahitchka pounded
out 17 hits and Samantha
Rich firerd a two-hitter as the
visiting Lady Gators romped
past Sneads 13-1 and on to
Plant City.
Wewahitchka jumped out


early, scoring two runs in the
first inning, one in the second
and putting six on the board
in the fourth to break the
game open.
Sneads managed a run
in the fifth to avoid a mercy-
rule loss, but the Lady Gators
added -one in the sixth and
three in the seventh to polish
up another region champion-
ship trophy.
Rich struck out seven
and allowed an earned run in
seven innings of work.
Samantha Wade paced
the offense, going 3 for 3 with
a triple. Samantha Green,
part of a junior class which


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has made the trip to state
every year in high school, was
3 for 5 with a triple and a sto-
len base.
Misty Robbins had a two-
run triple.
Only three programs,
Bartow, Hollywood,. Christian
and Naples, have made as
,many trips to the state Final
Four as Wewahitchka since
fast-pitch softball was imple-
mented by the Florida High
School Athletics Association.

Shark Volleyball

News
On Saturday, May 13,
from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
(eastern), we will be conduct-
ing a car wash at Advance
Auto. Please stop by with
your dirty cars and trucks
and help support PSJ Ladies
Volleyball team.
Proceeds will go to help
send team members to a sum-
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thanks for your support.


Night Racing at Richmond


Dale Earnhart Jr. got his
first victory this season.
"I think we are there,"
he said. "We keep taking our
shots, but we're pretty com-
petitive. Everything is work-
ing really great. I couldn't ask
for any position on this team
to be any better.
"I'm just glad to be back
in Victory Lane. It feels really
great."
It had been 10 months
since Jr last visited victory
lane. Celebrated his 17th ca-
reer Cup victory and third at
Richmond with perfect dough-
nuts along the frontstetch,
spinning his No. 8 Chevrolet
until it was hidden in thick,
white smoke and one of his
tires had shredded.
Hometown boy Denny
Hamlin came in second. A
great run for this rookie driv-
er.
Kevin Harvick, who domi-
nated the race and led 272 of
the 400 laps, was third and
extremely disappointed with
the finish.


Fin Driver
1 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2 Denny Hamlin *
3 Kevin Harvick
4 Greg Biffle
5 Kyle Busch .
Busch Series Points
leader Kevin Harvick held _
off a late challenge from
teammate Jeff Burton on
Friday night to win the
rain-delayed Circuit City
250 at Richmond Interna-
tional Raceway.
Harvick won for the
third time in the last four
Busch Series races to
push his career win total to
20.
"This is really awesome,"
Harvick said, calling the
streak the best of his career.
The race was delayed for
63 minutes at the start by
rain, and then had delays of
22 and 44 minutes following
red flags -- only 35 laps into
the race.
"I just kind of ran out of
time. I did all I could," Burton
said.


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Fin. Driver
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Jeff Burton
3. Matt Kenseth
4. Greg Biffle
5. Ryan Newman


NASCAR CUP SERIES STANDINGS
Rank +/- Driver Points Behind Starts Poles Wins Top 5 Top 10
1 -- JimmieJohnson 1521 Leader 10 1 3 '5 7
2 +1 TonyStewart 1466 -55 10 0 1 6 7
3 -1 MattKenseth 1422 -99 10 0 1 5 6
4 +1 Mark Martin 1345 -176 10 0 0 1 5
5 +2 Kevin Harvick 1313 -208 10 0 1 4 5
6 +2 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1305 -216 10 0 1 3 4
7 -3 Kasey Kahne 1274 -247 10 2 2 4 6
8 +1 Kyle Busch 1237 -284 10 1 0 3 5
9 -3 Jeff Gordon 1216 -305 10 0 0 3 4
10 +1 Casey Mears 1168 -353 10 0 0 1 3
11 -1 Dale Jarrett 1166 -355 10 0 0 0 2
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ers on the peninsula who
fall within one of the taxing
districts.
Paula Pickett with
the Tourist Development
Council said 1,159 proper-
ty surveys were mailed out
the middle of last week and
as of Tuesday her office
had received 199 complet-
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Given that fewer than
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districts would have the
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Peters said commissioners
should be particularly sen-
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tallies.
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cent or so of property own-
ers who will decide," Peters
said. "That is taxation with-
out representation. I don't
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what I want to see."
Commissioner Billy
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property owners not home-
steaded on the peninsula
need to accept the real-
ity that they have limited
rights with a voter refer-
endum.
"Their voting rights
are limited, but their voice
isn't," Commissioner Bill
Williams said in agreeing
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of contribution by property
owners to the local match
on the project, based on
proximity to the gulf.
Gulf-front property
owners will foot 70 per-
cent of the local match
not covered by other sourc-
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cent bed tax which will be
earmarked for the project
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property owners will pay
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Millage rates are capped
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respectively.
The total cost of the
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million to $20 million, with
the state picking up as
much as 40 percent of that
amount.
Members of the Beach
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match, believe their esti-
mates to be conservative
and that the burden placed
upon peninsula property
owners will ultimately
be less than previously
believed.
A town hall meeting on
the project is scheduled for
3 p.m. ET on Friday, May
12 at the St..Joseph Bay-


Country Club.
In other business taken
up during Tuesday's meet-
ing:
Commissioners
approved pooling design
and engineering work for a
new courthouse roof with a
commitment to put a new
roof over the Gulf County
Jail.
That will mean dipping
into reserves for the cur-
rent fiscal year to complete
engineering and design
work on the jail roof,
required to take the project
out for bid.
County administra-
tor Don Butler noted that
by tackling the projects
together the courthouse
roof is projected to cost $1
million, the jail roof rough-
ly $275,000 the coun-
ty could save as much as
$100,000.
The county has already
gone out for bids to rehab
the plumbing and install a
new exhaust fan to bring
down temperatures in the
jail.
"We made a commit-
ment to get this thing in
compliance and this will
save us $100,000, we
should do it," Williams
said.
With design plans
and engineering work com-
pleted, and $612,000 in
funds already earmarked
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figure on the cost of con-
structing the storm shel-
ter as the county prepares
to craft its budget for the
2006-07 fiscal year.
On the subject of
budgets, Williams provided
a brief glimpse of the for-
mat the staff at the Clerk
of Courts has fashioned
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cess.
The goal, Williams said,
was to produce a more
user-friendly budget docu-
ment, which will highlight
every line item and provide
explanation and justifica-
tion for each expenditure.
"This will be a tremen-
dous tool for the public,"
Williams said of the new
format.
The county formally
was awarded a $638,000
check from a repre-
sentative of the Florida
Department of Community
SAffairs, which represents
a Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) ear-
marked for water lines and
hook-ups in the Overstreet
area.
That will help fund
one component in the
agreement between coun-
ty and the City of. Port
St. Joe for the annexa-


tion of WindMark Beach,
which included a commit-
ment from the city to pro-
vide water to the growing
Overstreet area.
Traylor once again
talked about affordable
housing and made a motion,
subsequently approved, to
appoint a small commit-
tee to act as something of
a liaison between develop-
ers, the county and the
Community Development
Corporation, the facilita-
tor of a host of affordable
housing initiatives in the
county.
That committee,
Traylor said, should con-
sist of David Taunton
and Allen Cox, who have
developed some affordable
housing on each end of the
county, as well as Lawren
Massey from the CDC's
Homeownership Center.
At the recommendation
of commissioners, John-
Hendry of St. Joe and local
banker Greg Johnson, both
members of the CDC board
of directors, will be asked
to fill out the committee.
"The number one,
question that has to be
answered is what is afford-
able?" Traylor said. "What
is affordable housing?-
We've got, to tighten down
what's affordable in Gulf
County.
"There is no need for
us to battle with develop-
ers. Better they talk with a
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The state wants future
homeowners and renters
within a proposed St. Joe
Co. development near Mexico
Beach to be made aware of
noise from Tyndall Air Force
Base operations before they
occupy their buildings.
The state Department
of Community Affairs rec-
ommends that St. Joe and
Mexico Beach devise a sys-
tem whereby lot buyers are
notified that their property
or home is subject to certain
decibel levels due to aircraft
activity.
St. Joe officials last week
were just beginning to assess
the suggestion by DCA for
disclosure statements along
with other objections, recom-
mendations and comments
by the state agency as part


of its review of the proposed
mixed-use development.
Mexico Beach had not
yet received the DCA's report,
said City Administrator Henry
Flack last week.
Other DCA recommenda-
tions dealt with policies that
would ensure various wild-
life species are not harmed,
keep a consistent height limit
around the proposed devel-
opment, require construction
practices that better con-
trol noise and vibration and
define hurricane clearance
times.
The state's concerns will
not prevent the project, to be
called Bonfire Beach, from
moving forward, said Paul
DiGiuseppe, DCA's regional
planning administrator.
"We acknowledge St.
Joe's work with Tyndall and
the Florida Fish and Wildlife


Conservation Commission.
These issues can be
addressed, and I don't believe
it will be a very long process,"
he said.
St. Joe plans to build
70,000 square feet of com-
mercial space and 750 resi-
dential units, plus "signifi-
cant trails and parks" on 473
acres east of Tyndall, which
St. Joe has asked Mexico
Beach to annex. The entire
development will sit on 550
acres, 177 of which the city
already owns.
St. Joe stated in its devel-
opment proposal that it will
build at a density of two units
per acre, but DCA wants a
policy to guarantee develop-
ment would be limited to that
amount.
Angela Bradley, planning
manager for St. Joe in Bay
and Walton counties, said


the company would consider
putting a cap on the density
at two units per acre.
DiGiuseppe said that
would be an acceptable
response.
DCA stated in the report
that the coastal area within
St. Joe's proposed develop-
ment has populations of the
St. Andrews Beach Mouse,
Florida black bear, red-cock-
aded woodpecker, sea turtles
and other species. Their pres-
ence necessitates a policy
that will protect them, the
agency stated.
Bradley said her com-
pany is working with the
FWC to either preserve some
animals' habitats or relocate
them in the area.
"We will in the end put
forth those policies," she
said.
Bonfire Beach is being


planned with a 48-foot height
limit, and St. Joe said it will
mirror its Walton County proj-
ect WaterColor, with a mix of
single-family and multi-family
homes, along with commercial
space. Communication tow-
ers within Bonfire Beach may
be problematic to Tyndall's
operations, DCA mentioned
in its report.
St. Joe has asked Mexico
Beach to annex the 473
acres so that Bonfire Beach
is connected to city utili-
ties and other services. To
allow Bonfire Beach to break
ground, Mexico Beach has
requested a land-use change
from agriculture-timberland
to a new classification of
mixed-use/tourist and pres-
ervation.
DCA is reviewing the
change because it is a large-
scale amendment to the city's


comprehensive land-use
plan.
DCA stated in its report
that the proposed land-
use change does not prove
there is sufficient capacity
for water, sewer, stormwater,
transportation and schools.
The city and St. Joe will
have 60 days to respond to
DCA's report. At that point,
the city can approve the
annexation and land-use
change.
DCA will look at how the
plan has been updated and
within 45 days determine
whether it is in compliance
with state law or not. If it is
in compliance, there is a 21-
day window for someone to
appeal the plan.


Zebe Schmitt Tapped as Chair of Davis's Gulf County Campaign


By Marie Logan
Star Staff Writer
Well-known Gulf County
resident Zebe Schmitt
was selected by U.S.
Representative Jim Davis
(D-Fla.) as his Gulf County
chairperson in his campaign
for the Florida governor's
seat.
Schmitt, who has lived
in St. Joe Beach for over
a decade, said she was at
first reluctant, but now is
thrilled.
"The most important
.thing right now is to elect
a democrat," said Schmitt,
"and one who understands
local issues and what we, the
residents of Gulf County, and
ultimately the Panhandle, are
going through right now."
Schmitt was tapped after
several round-about encoun-
ters with Davis. Last year she
attended a dinner in Panama
City with several local mem-
bers of the democratic execu-
tive party from Gulf'County,
and heard all the democratic
candidates, including Davis,
speak at the dinner. Shortly
after, at a political event in
Tallahassee had the opportu-
nity to spend some time talk-


ing face to face with Davis.
The next morning one of
his staffers called her and
asked her to organize his
campaign in Gulf County.
Her answer was no, because
she did not feel she could
devote enough time and ener-
gy to the campaign.
"Forty-five minutes later
Davis himself called me," she
laughed. She once again
explained her reasoning for
saying no. "After talking with
him personally, I thought
about it all day and decided,
maybe I did have the energy,"
said Schmitt.
"Just hearing him and
having that one-on-one visit
in Tallahassee with Jim
gives a totally different opin-
ion than listening to media
sound bites," said Schmitt.
"I realized that he really was
'electable.' "
Davis seemed to feel
equally as pleased with
Schmitt, according to his
press secretary Danae Jones.
"Mr. Davis was looking for
someone with the enthusiasm
and passion for improving
the lives of Floridians," said
Jones. "Zebe just seemed
the perfect person to repre-


sent everyday people. This
campaign is not just about
sending a democrat to the
governor's office, but about
returning democracy to the
capital. We can do this with
the help of people like Zebe
Schmitt."
Schmitt has two primary
issues for Davis in his cam-
paign. The first issue, she
said, is personal. "Twelve
years ago, [husband] Jack
and I bought a townhouse
at a very reasonable price.
Because we were homestead-
ed then, we can afford to
stay right now. But because
we are on a limited, fixed
income, we now cannot sell
and buy a one-story house
that better accommodates
our aging lifestyle because
homestead at current prices
is not affordable.
"Our neighbors and so
many others are in the same
situation. We are held cap-
tive by taxes. I wanted Jim
Davis to hear from me what
Tallahassee needs to hear."
Schmitt's second big issue
in the governor's campaign is
her problem with the FCAT,
Florida's Comprehensive
Assessment Test. As a for-


mer teacher and assistant
principal, Schmitt said she
had major problems with the
entire testing situation.
"Teachers right now
in Florida are teaching to
test and not to learn," she
said. A while back Davis
made a remark to her that
she did not understand, said
Schmitt, promising her he-
would never use the FCAT to
punish teachers.
Two weeks ago, said
Schmitt, Florida governor
Jeb Bush made the state-
ment that he would use FCAT
scores to determine teachers'
salaries. "Now I understand
[Davis's comment] and I can't
believe anyone would dare to
do that."
Schmitt said everyone,
from legislators to teachers
and school administrators to
parents "need to look at FCAT
and see if it will actually
make education better, if it is
really of any use."
Schmitt said that Davis
"listened to my issues and
responded to me," saying he
was committed to going state-
wide to communities to listen
personally and to actually
talk to people. "This conver-


station is why I decided to be
the chair for Gulf County."
Schmitt's goal as chair
is to get more people to hear
Davis's message "personally."
When asked about a email
that was recently distributed
by Davis's campaign oppo-
nent, Rod Smith, accusing
Davis of ducking an oppor-
tunity for a televised debate
on May 8, Schmitt replied, "I
can't respond to that, but I
can say I think it's probably
a question of priority."
She said Davis and Smith
had already appeared over 50
times together in various ven-
ues so far in the campaign.
She reiterated Davis's prom-
ise to visit every county in
Florida, which he has already
done,.according to Schmitt.
She also cited his 10 city
tour the last few weeks, hold-
ing 10 town hall meetings
from Miami to Pensacola, at
which Davis took questions
from every audience and
asked the residents about
local issues. And she added
the statewide on-line town
hall meeting Davis had just
completed as another exam-
ple of Davis's attention to the
people. ,


Schmitt said she felt con-
fident that as the guberna-
torial campaign progresses,
and "as he [Davis] hears from
people across the state,"
when he does debate Smith,
he will have the information
he needs to say 'this is what
the people of Florida want.' "
She said her. plans as
chair of the Gulf County cam-
paign were to begin estab-
lishing the organization with
people who want Davis elect-
ed. "From June on we will
be going 90 to nothing," she
laughed, saying the cam-
paign here will ask how they
can best help Davis in Gulf
County.
Schmitt indicated she
would be working on some
type of forum to really talk
to Davis, and "to feed as
much information as possible
to people" based on available
facts so "they can really have
a choice."
"We are desperate for a
change in Gulf County, the
state and the nation," said
Schmitt. "We need people
who really listen to people,
:not just talk at them."


,1


Allergies




in a nutshell


Children cope with severe reactions


to foods the rest of us take for granted


Story by CARRIE WHITE
Illustration by
GABRIEL UTASI
Freedom News Service
From the get-go, Hannah
Krater 'didn't want to have
anything to do with peanuts.
If she saw them, she steered
clear. If she smelled them in
food, she'd avoid it. If some-
thing with peanuts inadver-
tently landed in her mouth,
she spit it out.
"One time she ate the


chocolate from around a pea-
nut M&M and broke out in
hives and started wheezing,"
says mom Denise Krater of
Scottsdale, Ariz. The 6- year-
old was found to be allergic.
to the legumes, and to tradi-
tional tree nuts.
According to the Food
Allergy and Anaphylaxis
Network, 11 million Americans
suffer from food allergies.
Peanut allergies, one of the
most common, often trigger


life-threatening reactions.
While Hannah has never
had a severe allergic reaction,
the doctor told the Kraters
that she could go into ana-
phylactic shock wheezing,
rash around the lips, hives,
swelling of the throat and
tongue, breathing problems.
Now an EpiPen, a portable
treatment for people with
allergies, is accessible to her
at all times, even at school,
to reverse a life-threatening


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allergic reaction.
"It's surprising how many
treats are brought in for kids
(at school) that are peanut-
oriented, even after letters go
out saying someone in the
class has allergies," Krater
says.
THE SYMPTOMS
Food allergies are not to
be confused with food intoler-
ances, which do not involve
the immune system. Lactose
intolerance, for example, is


the inability to' absorb the
sugar found in milk due to a
lack of the digestive enzyme
lactase.
Food allergies can cause
nausea, vomiting and cramp-
ing, but a respiratory reac-
tion is "the one that gets
you in trouble," says Dr.
William Morgan, founder of
the Arizona Asthma & Allergy
Institute. He says that a per-
son will not have a reaction
to the first ingestion of the
food, but with subsequent
exposure sometimes with
graduated severity.
"The more allergic a per-
son is to a particular food, the
quicker the onset of symp-
toms," Morgan says.
Food allergies, which
are genetic in origin, develop
in response to a particular
food's protein. Food hyper-
sensitivity is greatest in the
first few years of life. Most
children outgrow food aller-
gies, except in most cases of
peanut, tree nut and seafood
allergies.
FAMILY STRATEGIES
Such has been the case
with Melissa Burbank, 16,
of Mesa, Ariz. The second of
five children three of whom
have food allergies Melissa
has had a worsening reaction
to peanuts each time she has
come in contact with them.
She's had to use an EpiPen
several times in the past year,
says her mother, Melodie.
Melissa has become so
vigilant that she denied a
friend a drink of her soda
after he ate a candy bar with
peanuts. He had a hard time
believing she could have a
severe reaction after such
casual contact, Melodie says.
Melissa is smart to be so


careful. A Canadian teenager
died last year after kissing
her boyfriend, who had eaten
a peanut butter sandwich
hours earlier.
"Food allergies have
increased because of our eat-
ing habits," Morgan says.
But Morgan says if there
is a family history of food
allergies, children are less
likely to develop food aller-
gies if they're introduced
to foods later. Cow's milk
should not be given to chil-
dren younger than 1, Morgan
says, and foods such as eggs,
fish, shellfish and tree nuts
shouldn't be eaten by chil-
dren until they are at least
4. Milk, eggs, peanuts, tree
nuts, fish, shellfish, soy and
wheat account for 90 percent
of all food allergies.

'Peanut' risks
"Artificial" nuts may
be peanuts that have been
deflavored, then reflavored
with pecan or walnut oils.
Mandelonas, for example, are
peanuts soaked in almond
flavoring.
Avoid chocolate can-
dies, unless there is no risk
of cross-contact during man-
ufacturing.
African, Chinese,
Indonesian, Mexican, Thai
and Vietnamese dishes often
contain peanuts or come in
contact with peanuts during
preparation. Foods sold in
bakeries and ice cream stores
often have come in contact
with peanuts.
Many brands of sun-
flower seeds are produced on
equipment shared with pea-
nuts.
Source: The Food Allergy
& Anaphylaxis Network


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On May 1 Rocky
Shaner Quinn, 26, of Port
St. Joe, was sentenced to
a term of 25 years in the
Florida Department of
Correction as a habitual
felon offender. Quinn
was convicted of robbery,
attempted sale of cocaine,
and battery last month.
Jessica Marie
Jamerson turned herself in
at the Gulf County Sheriffs
Office on 4/28/06. She
was arrested for violation
of probation.
John Todd Nelson,
w/m, 36, and Benjamin
Dewey Nunnery, w/m, 40,
were arrested on 4/28/06
on failure to pay child
support writs.
On 4/29/06 deputies
responded to a disturbance
on Horseshoe Drive in
Wewahitchka. They found
two brothers, Nicholas
Gable, w/m, 21, and
Charles Gable, w/m, 18,
had been fighting; both
subjects were arrested
for domestic violence and
transported to the Gulf
County jail.
On 5/1/06 Cleveland
Ross Acree, w/m, 28,
Port St. Joe, was arrested
for violation of probation
felony, driving with license
suspended or revoked

FWC DNIlON
OF LAW
CNFORCMICNT

WEEKLY REPORT
APRIL 28 MAY 4, 2006
This report represents
some significant events the
FWC handled over the past
week; however, it does not
include all actions taken
by the Division. of ,, Law
Enforcement.
NORTHWEST REGION
GULF COUNTY
Lt. Arnie McMillion and
Officer Scott Hoffman checked
on the welfare of an indi-
vidual, who was passed out
in a vehicle with the engine
off and the windows up.
Concerned for his safety, the
officers' check revealed the
possession of marijuana and
cocaine. The defendant was
turned over to the Sheriffs
Office.
Officer Scott Hoffman
assisted the Sheriffs Office
with the search of private
property by ATV. The search
revealed the cultivation of
marijuana.
Officer Shon Brower was
working Jarrott Daniels Road
concerning complaints' of lit-
ter being dumped illegally
in the area. Officer Brower
arrested one individual for
DUI and one of his passen-
gers was also arrested on
an active warrant from Bay
County for battery.
FRANKLIN COUNTY
Officer Hank Forehand
checked a subject operat-
ing a vessel in Scipio Creek
and had reason to believe
the operator was impaired.
After field sobriety tasks were
conducted, the operator was
arrested for operating a vessel
while impaired and booked
into the Franklin County Jail
after refusing the breath test.
While on' routine patrol
near Pine Log Ramp in
Apalachicola, Officers Hank
Forehand 'and Don Walker
observed two subjects enter
the ramp and attempt to load
their vessel. At least five
failed attempts were made
by the two subjects., The two
officers decided to check them
out. During the routine vessel
inspection, the officers sus-
S- pected the subjects of being
under the influence of an
alcoholic beverage and con-
ducted standard field sobriety
tests. The two subjects failed
:, these tests and were trans-
ported to the Franklin County
Sheriffs Office where addi-
tional tests were performed.
One subject was charged with
Boating under the influence
of an alcoholic beverage, the
other with operation of a ves-
sel while impaired.


for having a positive
urinalysis.
On 5/2/06 Steven
Paul Mcdaniel, w/m, 25,
Wewahitchka was arrested
for violation of probation
burglary, grand theft and
possession of controlled
substance, Mcdaniel
was violated for having a
positive urinalysis.
On 5/1/06 William
Henry Mcdaniel, w/m,
46, was arrested fro
introduction of contraband
into a correction facility.
On 5/3/06 Nellie Mcall
was in court on charges of
worthless checks, she was
arrested for violation of
probation on 18 counts of
worthless checks.
The Gulf County
Sheriffs office will be
conducting vehicle safety
inspections during the
months of April and May.
The safety inspection check
points will be at various
locations throughout the
county: Highway 71 north
of Westarm Creek Bridge;
Highway 22 near the
intersection of Highway
22A; Highway 71 Honeyville
area; Highway 98 at St.
Joe Beach; Highway 98
and Garrison Avenue; C30
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passengers, people who live
in rural areas, and nighttime
drivers.
Although safety belt use
increased to a record 82
percent nationally in 2005,
less than 74 percent of drivers
and passengers observed in
Florida were using their safety
belts. Even lower safety belt
usage rates were recorded for
pickup truck occupants (less
than 62 percent) and African
American males (5"1 percent)
in Florida.
Failure to regularly use
a safety belt can be deadly.
During 2004 in Florida, 2,179
passenger vehicle occupants
died in traffic crashes and
over 62 percent of those killed
were NOT using their safety
belts at the time of the crash.
That's why the Port
St. Joe Police Department
announced they are joining
with more than 12,000
other State and local law
enforcement and highway
safety officials for another
aggressive national "Click
It or Ticket" mobilization to
increase safety belt use and
reduce fatalities on Florida's
roadways.
Regular safety belt use is
the single most -effective way
to protect yourself, friends,
and loved ones from being
injured or dying in a motor
vehicle crash. When worn


correctly, safety belts have
proven to reduce the risk of
fatal injury to motor vehicle
occupants. i
Saturation patrols
and other stepped-up law
enforcement activities will
be conducted during the
national "Click It or Ticket"
enforcement mobilization,
which runs May 14th through
June 4th in Florida.
But it doesn't stop there.
Florida law enforcement
will continue this life saving
effort long after the national
campaignends. Officerswould
much rather write hundreds
of tickets throughout the year
than have to knock on one
family's door with the news
that their loved one didn't
survive a crash because they
weren't wearing their safety
belt.
The mobilization is
being supported by national
and state advertisements
encouraging everyone in
Florida, but especially those.
that don't use their safety
belts, to always buckle up.
Too many people still have
the attitude that it will never
happen to them. But fatal
crashes can and do happen
every day. That's why the Port
St. Joe Police Department will
be out showing zero tolerance
for anyone not buckled up.


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On May 04, 2006 at
approximately 8:10 a.m. Lisa
D. Davis age 36 of Port St. Joe
was arrested for trespass after
warning. Davis disregarded
lawful warning not to return
to a residence where as she
was arrested and booked into
the Gulf County Jail.
On May 05, 2006 at
approximately 7:47 p.m.
Gwendolin L. Cherry age 34
of Port St. Joe, Florida was
arrested for driving with a
suspended license. Cherry
was transported to the Gulf
County Jail to await first
appearance.
On May 05, 2006 at
approximately 5:20 p.m.
Mary L. McDaniel age 46 of
Wewahitchka, Florida was
arrested for violation of court
ordered probation.
McDaniel is currently
serving probation on a
previous arrest for possession
of controlled substance.
McDaniel was transported to
the Gulf County Jail.
On May 05, 2006 at


approximately 5:41 p.m.
Henry F. Fuller age 48 of
Wewahitchka, Florida was
arrested for violation of court
ordered probation.
Fuller is currently
serving probation for
purchasing a controlled
substance and tampering
with physical evidence. Fuller
was transported to the Gulf
County Jail.

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What State Mexico Beach?


By Marie Logan
Star Staff Writer
With just under one year,
or half of his two-year term
behind him (June 2005-June
2007), Mexico Beach mayor
Chuck Risinger is awaiting
the results of the city's annual
audit, which is much later
than usual this year.
The audit gives an
overview of the city's finances,
its general purpose financial
statements, the financial
position of the city, the results
of its operations, and the
cash flows of its proprietary
fund types for the year, all of
which are the responsibility
of the city's management.
The city's fiscal year runs
October 1 through September
30 of each year, although


administrations change every
two years on June 1.
Risinger, a first-time
mayor, took office June 1,
2005, after Kathy Kingsland
served the previous two terms
as Mexico Beach's mayor.
Kingsland did not run for a
third term in 2005.
According to documents
obtained by The STAR under
the Florida Sunshine Law,
the following fiscal activities
have been tracked under
the current administration,
which took office in June:
The city's General
Fund, out of which
operating expenses
are paid, and which
does fluctuate widely
month to month,
dropped down to


literally pennies in
August, 2005.
4/1/05: $45,765.97
4/30/05: $73,366.15
5/1/05: $73,366.15
5/31/05: $13,988.52
6/30/05: $2,814.47
7/1/05: $382,594.38


7/31/05:
8/16/05:
8/24/05:
8/25/05:
8/26/05:
8/29/05:
8/31/05:
9/30/05:
10/31/05:
11/01/05:
11/30/05:
12/01/05:
12/31/05:


$79,070.06
$115,845.26
$62,296.39
$ .60
$ .52
$ .29
$ 3.72
$44,379.28
46,300.00
$66,300.00
$117,369.00
$117,369.00
$212,998.15


Historical Trend


In Fiscal Year 2005 the City received $380,583 in revenues and
spent $664,178, resulting in a deficit of $283,595.


Month
Apr-05
May-05
Jun-05
Jul-05
Aug-05
Sep-05
Last half FY 05


Revenues
$83,705
$63,005
$36,829
$33,730
$63,191
$100,123
$380,583


Expenses
($76,303)
($125,543)
($62,758)
($132,329)
($102,934)
($164,311)
($664,178


Excess (Deficit)
$7,402
($62,538)
($25,929)
($98,599)
($39,743)
($64,188)
(283,595)


Table 1


The Committee for A Taste of the Coast

says Thank You!!!

El Governor Motel
Gulf County Tourism Development Council
Gulf County Scholarship Fund receives $2750
TOTC Art Scholarship Endowment Fund receives $6887
Gulf County Chamber of Commerce receives $5610

Bayside Savings Bank The Port Inn Gulf to Bay Construction & Development


Vernon Linton-Auctioneer
St Joe Sod & Landscape
The Coast 105.5
Boyer Signs
The News Herald
Rick Lamberson
George Boyer
Ramsey's Printing & Office


Aline's Beauty Salon
Petals By The Bay
Sunset Coastal Grill


Joshua Paillet
Bedford Watkins
Nick Aston
Robert Emerson

Sue Abreu
Joann Anderson
Nick Aston
Paul Brent
Debbie Cothran
Layce Tiffin Davis
Bobbie Edwards
Nathan Grimes
Ernest Hand, Jr.
Ken Hendricks
Toni K
Daphne Lloyd
William McKeown
Frank Miller
Maureen Mitchell
Heather Parker
Sara Ross*
Barbara Shirley-Scott
Don Thiel
Debbie Van Vleet
Bill Wood
Clayton Wooten


Amanda's Bistro
Loggerhead Grill
Red Top Caf6
Tamara's Cafe Floridita


Debbie Hooper
City of Port St Joe
Oyster Radio
Sunset Coastal Grill
Forgotten Coastline
Mexico Beach CDC
Harold Keels
Supplies


Hurricane Donnie Music
Florida Parks & Recreation.
The Star
Cathey's Ace Hardware
St Joe News Network
Picture Perfect Frame Shop
George Rude
Gulf South Self Storage


Gulf County Scholarship Fund Volunteers


Door Prizes Contributors
Bayside Savings Bank Leap of Faith
Radio Shack Regan's Pub & Oyster Bar
The Fish House The Port-Fine Wines & Spirits

Literary Contributors
Melissa Ramsey Richard Bickel
Dwan Hightower Nancy Swider
Carl Peterson Kenneth Blanchard
Palmtree Books

Participating Artists
Cal Allen Geri Anderson
Kristin Anderson Beth Appleton
Black Swan Emma Boleyn
Karen Buddo Peter Burgher
Chuck Creasy Janet Cumbaa-Taylor
Sharon DeLeo Anne Eason
Terri Fogler Jim Garth
Tim Gussman Ernest Hand, Sr
Alex Henderson Delilah Henderson
Holley Debbie Hooper
Sam Kates Roger Leonard
Nancy Luther Lynn Matty
Chris Merriam Christopher Mikulski
Orena Miller Zan Miller
Kip Needler Dr. Tim Nelson
Paulette Perlman Monica Rios
Marjorie Schoelles Mary Schultz
Betty Sittig Nancy Swider
Rhonda Thiel Tom Tiffin
Leon Weisner Ann Sealey Williams
Peggy Wood Tom Wood
Sandie Yarbrough Robert Zappalorti
Wewahitchka Women's Club

Participating Restaurants ,
Cone Heads Dockside Caf6
LuLu's Sweet Expectations Petals N Things
Regans Pub & Oyster Bar Sunset Coastal Grill
The Fish House Veranda's Bistro
Wheelhouse Raw Bar and Fish Market


Committee Members
Debbie Ashbrook Clay Keels Patti Blaylock
Dana Boyer Sandra Chafin Carol Cathey
Mary Gibson Andrea Heard Rick Lamberson
Hiram Nix Natalie Shoaf Nancy Swider


For the Future


Cash


Revenues
Beginning Balance March


April
May
June


August
September


$146,114
$146,114
$146,114
$146,114
$146,114
$146,114


Expenses


($196,377)
($196,377)
($196,377)
($196,377)
,($196,377)
($196,377)


Available
$284,607
$234,344
$184,081
$133,818
$83,555
$33,292
-$16,971


Table 2


* In a report generated
the first week of April,
called "January,
February, March
2006 Financial
Report, City of Mexico
Beach General Fund
and Enterprise


everything has been paid
through today [April 11]."
The report continues
with a breakdown of the
last half of fiscal year 2005,
in which the city received
$380,583 in revenues and
spent $664,178, resulting in


The city's General Fund,

dropped down to literally

pennies in August, 2005.


Funds," the current
administration
compared fiscal year
2005 to fiscal year
2006 through the
same halfway point
of March 31.
In the General Fund
Financial Highlights (page
24) it states: "The City has
$416,041 in unrestricted
available cash as of March
31, 2006. However, since
April: 1, 2006, the City has
receipted $79,965.49 in
operating revenues and
recorded $224,779.76 in
expenses, leaving a cash
balance of $176,423."
In the April 11 City council
meeting, Risinger reported
that the unrestricted funds
to date were $389,057.67,
with City Manager Henry
Flack telling council member
Gary Woodham, "that is after


that "Revenues will
not be able to keep
up with expenses
and reserve funds
will be depleted by
year end, if reserves
are-used to subsidize
spending at the
rate of $49,966 per
month."

See Table 2
"FOR THE FUTURE"

And as another
consideration, hurricane
season begins in three weeks
(Junel) and the city needs


a deficit of $283,595. funds for personnel cosi
debris removal, emergen
See Table 1 services' and any oth
"HISTORICAL TREND" necessary emergency work
Mexico Beach is affected
In its current budget a storm.
the city expects to receive In addition to th
$876,683 in operating General Fund defic
revenues for the remaining the city Sewer Fun
six months of this fiscal has a debt payme
year. That is an average of of $134,500 and
$146,114 per month. The reserve obligation
city has spent an average of $13,000 for the SI
$196,377 per month in the loan on Septemb
first six months of this fiscal 1, 2006.
year for personnel costs and The General Fun


the only cash available in

the General Fund is the

Property Reserve Account


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operations.
At the city's current
rate of monthly
expenditures and
current revenues,
the report states


according to the report, will
have to loan the Sewer Fund
the money to pay this debt,

(See MEXICO BEACH on Page 15A)


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which the General Fund does
not have.
According to the report,
the only cash available in the
General Fund is the Property
Reserve Account, which was
set aside to provide cash for
the General Fund's portion
of another debt.
One option, said the
report, for the city to meet
the sewer payment is to
release funds from the
Property Reserve Account to
loan to the Sewer Fund, if
FEMA funds, in the amount
of $126,000, have not yet
reimbursed
Again, according
to the report, "Serious
consideration must be given
to freezing spending to
only essential items, which
include personnel costs, debt
payments and necessary
operating costs."
In an interview with
Brad Hall, Mexico
Beach Chief of Public
Safety, Hall said the
Police Department


has had "no financial
records to go by,
from October 2005
until present."
In order to give itself some
idea of how much money
it has, Hall said that the
department keeps a running
list of its purchase orders
and checks the current year's
figures with the previous
year to try to keep track of
available funds.
He said he does not know
what his police department's
budget is from month to
month because he receives
no monthly report from
the city. "I can't make any
informed decisions until I'm
informed," he said. He said
he had received monthly
or quarterly reports about
the department's budget in
previous years.
City employee
medical insurance
lapsed during the
fall of 2005 and was,
at two other times,
set for cancellation


for underpayment of
monthly premiums.
Records show that a
letter, dated November 8,
2005, sent to City Manager
Henry Flack, "confirmed
approval for reinstatement
of your Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Florida, Inc. or
Health Options, Inc. group
plan effective 10/01/05,
contingent upon BCBSF/
HOI's receipt of premium
payments to bring your
account current totaling
$41,638.82."
Due for 10/1/05 was
$22,685.95, and $18,952.87
for 11/01/05.
With the receipt of a
cashier's check for the
$41,638.82, sent overnight,
the group plan was reinstated
with no lapse in coverage.
Two other notices for
underpayment of the Blue
Cross Blue Shield insurance
plan by over $4,000 were
also received by the city on
November 15 and December
6, 2005.


"Serious consideration must be given

to freezing spending to only essential

items, which include personnel costs,

debt payments and necessary operating

costs."
Recommendation of the "January, February, March 2006 Financial
Report, City of Mexico Beach General Fund and Enterprise Funds"

1em.* To -


* After three months in
office, the mayor and
city council members
voted themselves a
100% raise, from
$200 per month
salary fro council
members to $400


per month; from
$400 per month for


the mayor to $800
per month.


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Time Next


Weekend


By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
The flow is reportedly
good, the vendors are flock-
ing and all signs point to a
successful Tupelo Festival.
The annual celebration of
the tupelo gum tree and. the
nectar it produces will take
place next weekend at' Lake
Alice Park in Wewahitchka.
"Everything is work-
-ing out well for the Tupelo
Festival," said Don Minchew,
Wewahitchka city manager,
who discussed the festival
during the city commis-
sion's bi-monthly meeting on
Monday.
"We have 75 to 80 ven-
dors who have committed
and we have a lot of adver-
tising around the area. If we
get good weather, we should
have a good festival."
The Tupelo Festival
offers a variety of entertain-


ment for adults and children.
A central area is designat-
ed for children's rides and
games, there will be a show
of old cars, plenty of food and
music and, of course, jars of
the sweet honey unique to
Wewahitchka and its tupelo
gum trees which populate the
swamps.
Set up and the start of the
festival arrives Friday, May
19, with the festival picking
up full steam the next day,
Saturday, May 20.
Admission is free.
In other business taken
up during Monday's city com-
mission meeting:
Commissioners decided
to table for further review
bids on projects to extend
water lines throughout the
city and to run sewer lines
and provide service to the
Red Bull and Red Bull Island
areas.


Bids were opened two
weeks ago and commissioners
found themselves examining
price tags which were a tad
- in some cases, well above
budget for the two projects,
which are being funded pri-
marily through grants.
The bids for the $2 million
sewer project, which is being
underwritten through grant/
loan package from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
Rural Development office,
were, at the least, in the
neighborhood.
The low bid on construc-
tion costs for that project was
$1.876 million, which while a
bit above the city's estimates
was still in the ball park.
"It came in close enough
to budget, with options that
we can' work with," Minchew
said. The other two bids on
the project exceeded $2 mil-
lion. "But (the low bid) was


within budget."
On the other hand, the
water bids all exceeded by
roughly $1 million the city's
estimate of $800,000 for con-
struction costs.
The question for the
city, Minchew indicated, was
whether there was any wig-
gle room for negotiations or
whether the city needed to
revisit the bids and scope of
the project, which, at $1.1
million, is being funded by
a $650,000 Community
Development Block Grant
matched by a $350,000 bond
issue city officials approved
last year.
"The water bids were way
out of budget," Minchew said.
"We are reviewing these bids
to see if there is any reason
to sit down and try to negoti-
ate."
Minchew said tabling
the bids for now would allow


commissioners and city staff
to further massage the num-
bers and review the bids to
determine how to move for-
ward.
"You are talking about
$3 million worth of work,"
Minchew said. "I think the
city needs to proceed, but I
think they need to proceed
cautiously."
Commissioners dis-
cussed two problems city
officials intend to ask law
enforcement to assist them
with.
The first is skateboarders
in the city limits, particularly
on city streets.
The city will ask the Gulf
County Sheriff's Office to
more strongly enforce laws
which prohibit the riding of
skateboards on city streets
and certain city property.
Violators of those ordi-
nances and laws are subject


to a fine.
In what some city offi-
cials believe is a related
problem, commissioners also
discussed ways to address
vandalism at Lake Alice Park,
which has been a nagging
problem for months.
"Here we have a facil-
ity which a lot of work and
money has been put into and
a small group of individuals
is trying to ruin it for every-
body," Minchew said.
The city will ask the:
Sheriffs Office to step up
patrols of the area.
Minchew informed com-
missioners that he will be:
sending out requests for qual-
ifications for the city auditor
and grant writing positions.


Port St. Joe Elementary Penny Drive Benefits Area Seniors


By Despina Williams
Star Staff Writer
With College Education
Awareness Week approaching
at the start of May, Port St.
Joe Elementary School
second grade teacher Carmel
Dodson hatched a plan for a
penny drive that would help
area seniors further their
educations.
Calling the drive "Pennies
for College," Dodson enlisted
the aid of the entire student
body, promising an ice cream
party to the grade who raised
the most money for the Gulf
County Scholarship Program.
4 The program enables
students to earn money for
secondary education through
a system that awards points
for attendance, academic
achievement, standardized
test scores and parental


involvement.
Five weeks later, Dodson's
fingers still ache from the
strain of wrapping penny
holders.
"I'm sick of counting
pennies," said Dodson, who
has accounted for $629.66,
making the drive one of the
school's most successful
fundraisers to date.
Dodson's very own
second-graders took home
first prize, raising $262.77,
more than double the amount
raised by runner-up, third
grade.
The second-graders were
more than happy to share
their wealth with the senior
class.
"One of my cousins is
going to graduate this year,
and I wanted to put in some
money so I could help her,"


noted Shaye McGuffen, who
met half of her personal goal
by raising $5 for the pool.
Madison Wilson gave
$20 of her own .money, while
Tacara Shackleford pitched
in $2.
Kathleen Rish estimated
her contribution at $20, -or
the amount of pennies that
could fit in a bag the size of
her outstretched hands.
"My mom said that if we
found any pennies around
the house, we could get a
Ziploc bag and put them
in," noted Rish, who hopes
to attend Auburn University
and become a horse tamer/
instructor.
Dodson was pleased
with the drive's success and
underscored the importance
of asking students to include
college in their long term


plans.
Throughout the year, she
encouraged her students to
participate in the school's
existing college 'awareness
programs.
The students' drawings of
college emblems and mascots
hang in the halls, a sign
outside their classroom door
announces their graduation
year (2016), and recently, the
second-graders outlined their
college plans in a school-wide
essay writing activity.
Dodson hoped the penny
drive taught her students
that a college education is
more important than any ice
cream party.
Carissa Morrison, who
expressed her wish for
chocolate ice cream at the
party, was glad her money
went to a good cause.


She wasn't surprised by
her fellow second-graders'
success.
"Usually when we have


something, we usually bring,
in the most money," Morrison
said.


Port St. Joe Elementary School second grade teachers Barbara,
Whitfield, Leigh Adkison, Carmel Dodson and Sharon Hoffman (in !
back) rally around their students, who took first place in the school's ,
"Pennies for College" drive, raising a whopping $262.77.


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Ancient Persia Recreated on High School Stage


By David Adlerstein
Florida Freedom Writer
They've been a diamond
mine in "Snow White, a
giant hedge bush in "Alice in
Wonderland," and a church in
"A Christmas Carol," and last
month they were transformed
into the ancient stone walls of
a palace in Persia.
They are the recycled
building blocks of set design
for Port St. Joe music teacher
Ann Comforter, and with the
help of some gold spray paint
and insulation foam, brought


.. "...


Tenney's "The Girl Who
Became Esther," published
by Bethany Press, Comforter
walked carefully along a
heartfelt line in dramatiz-
ing a Bible story she first
learned in Southern Baptist
Sunday School, about how an
orphaned Jewish girl saves
her people through a combi-
nation of family devotion, bold
action and steadfast faith.
The resulting drama, per-
formed before parents April
24 and the student body the
following morning, revealed


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King Xerxes (Zac Norris) sits atop his throne in the palace in a
scene from "Hadassah."


into vivid detail the story
of "Hadassah," the musical
theatre classes' first serious
drama since the course began
five years ago.
"We do everything out
of cardboard boxes," said
Comforter, who keeps expens-
es for her shows way down by
reusing her sets, and some-
times even supplementing her
stage materials with "found"
objects. ;
"You never look at a
dumpster the same way,"
joked Linda Wood, a member
of the Gulf County School
Board who worked alongside
Comforter in the students'
yearlong process of turning
the Book of Esther into an
original script and then bring-
ing it to life.
Drawing from Tommy


Ann Comforter, seated, and Li
sets used in earlier productions tI
recycled for future shows.


lessons that touched gently
and thoughtfully on the trou-
bling issues of Iraq (which is
the modern-day Persia), and
on anti-Semitism (Haman is
the bearer of a crooked cross)
without injecting prayer or
preaching into the story.
"I kept the religious out of
it," said Comforter.
Wood's research into
the culture of ancient Persia
helped advise Comforter and
her classes on the meaning
of the tale, and how best to
transform the set into a softly
glowing golden place of wealth
and splendor.
"Esther's just a wonderful
story," said Wood, noting that
there is no explicit mention of
God in the text. "It is one of
the most dramatic stories, full
of. political intrigue. It really
has a great
plot."
W i t h
regal feminin-
# 1 ity, Elizabeth
K i l b ourn
Hadassah,
with her as
a young girl
played by
energetic mid-
dle schooler
Sam rantha
Taylor. Zac
Norris was
the beefy and
benevolent
King Xerxes,
wielding a
enormous
scepter from
the throne,
while Jeremy
Couch played
with suit-
able humil-
inda Wood, with ity Esther's
hat will soon be clever uncle,
Mordecai.


Tom Boone as an eye-
patch-wearing Haman cast
a malicious shadow over
events, attended by guards
who brought out the poten-
tial violence that lurked
under the surface. Without
exception, from the cold and
calculating women, such as
Misgath and Zeresh, played
by Katie Burdeshaw and
Amber Ropelis respectively, to
the good women like Rachel,
played by :T"'.b Geoghagan, to
the loyal and wise men, such
as Hadassah's friend Jesse,
played by Jonathan Davidson,
the cast performed wonder-
fully.
"Street mingling is not as
easy at it looks," remarked
Kayla Thompson, who played
one of several ladies who
paraded across the front of
the stage to create the appear-
ance of a crowd.
"You have to know
when to walk on,
and walk off."
To give the
show its Middle ..4
Eastern authen-
ticity, the actors
dressed in cos-
tumes donated
by three local *--- .-
churches, the -ar'
First Baptist
Church of Port
St. Joe, the Long .
Avenue Baptist
Church and Oak K
Grove Assembly
of God Church,
presumably from ,
their Christmas:
and Easter plays.
Usingavariety
of exercises and
innovative teach- Hama
ing techniques, situation t
Comforter helped "Hadassah
her students to
hammer out a half-dozen ver-
sions of the script, until they
settled on a final version on
March 13, coincidently the
day before Jews celebrate the
annual feast of Purim, held to
commemorate the message of
the Book of Esther. The script
combined fresh dialogue and
humorous remarks, with the
more serious speech found in
epic tales.
"She's not just teaching
drama, she's teaching creative
thinking," said Wood. "The
students sometimes look, at
her like she's lost her mind.
(But) they get it when you
bring it down to their level."
Comforter took special
delight in the fact that many
of her students were terrified
to be on stage when the class
started in August, and yet last
month took an active role in
the drama. "I had three who
would not say their name,"
she said. "Fear is the culprit.
You eliminate, the far, you
eliminate the culprit."
A student burned a CD of
Persian music that evoked the
Middle East as its mixture of
guitar and drum music played
softly throughout the show.


Comforter also teaches key-
board, guitar, and chorus, in
her role as the music teacher.
Amy Brockman, the stu-
dent director, said the evening
performance had its share
of miscues, such as when a
chain broke and jammed the
curtain. Also, the production
involved the melding of two
separate classes, which led
to some confusion, but by the
morning show for students, it
went off with the precision of
a palace guard.
"It was hectic and I think
everyone was really nervous,"
said Brockman. "The classes
were split up and there wasn't
always time to practice and
make sure everything's going
smoothly."
A junior who plans to
study biochemistry in college
despite her love of theatre,


n (Tom Boone) bemoans his
o his cold and calculating wife,
mber Ropelis) in a scene from

Brockman said she learned
a lot about the challenges
of directing a diverse cast
of characters in a common
effort. "You have to find the
balance -between compromise
and getting what you need to
get done," she said.
The show was Savannah
Bottkol's third play, dat-


ing back to when she went
to school in Michigan, and
she said she loved playing
Hadassah's mother. "It was
slightly confusing but it came
together at the end very well,"
she said. "It was a lot of fun.
Mrs. Comforter is amazing."
Wood and Comforter are
already at work on a show for


next year, which they plan to
shape out of the humorous
anecdotes and tall tales told
by Gulf County locals. It will
be in the same vein as the
folk life production "Grit and
Grace," performed in Walton
County, and "Swamp Gravy,"
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Battle Bend Restoration to Help Schools, Both of Fish and Students


Most fishermen
probably would have trouble
pinpointing the exact location
of Battle Bend Slough on the
Apalachicola River, but within
the next couple weeks, it will
become ground zero for a
pilot project to revive critical
fish habitat on the river.
It will also bring much
needed dredge spoils to the
new consolidated school site
in Franklin County.
An information meeting
in Apalachicola at the
Courthouse Annex was held
on Wednesday, May 10 from


6 to 9 p.m.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) has a
$1.94 million contract to
remove an estimated 64,000
cubic yards of sand and
sediment blocking the lower
end of Battle Bend Slough
from a 21-acre backwater
lake.
"We're doing it for the fish
primarily and secondarily
the anglers can reap some
of those benefits. We're
connecting the main river
channel to the back water,"


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said Michael Hill, an FWC
fisheries biologist.
"The purpose of the
project is to restore some
degraded areas," he said.
"The Apalachicola River
has entrenched itself. The
things the Army Corps of
Engineers has done has been
detrimental to a winding
slow-moving river. They
separated a 21-acre lake, a
very productive lake, from
the river. This is an effort to
see if we can't stave off that
area from silting."
Hill said that the Corps


had cut off a real steep
natural bend in the river
and shortened the navigation
route, when in 1987, the
Corps obtained Florida's
approval and plugged the
upper end of Battle Bend
Slough, causing the river
to flow faster and scour the
channel for barge travel,
but in the process, silt
washed into the downstream
entrance, cutting uff the lake
from the river.
"The bend was so tight
it was hard for barges to go
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the longest time it was a
backwater lake. Anglers could
get in during low flow times
but over the years, the lower
part of the bend had silted
in so that at low flow times,
which often corresponds to
the spawning season, the fish
can't get in there.
"There'll be a lot of fish
in there," he said. "They're
going in there to forage and
spawn.
Hill said the excavation
project will create a 200-
foot by 1000-foot channel,
reconnecting the river with
the lake.
Charlie Mesing, fisheries
biologist with the FWC, said
reopening Battle Bend Slough
is the first of what he hopes
are many projects to restore
degraded fish habitat on the
Apalachicola.
"This is an experiment,
or a pilot project, if you like,
to connect the river back
to the lake where it will
serve as an important site
for spawning, feeding and
providing nursery areas for a
variety of game fish," Mesing


said.
Mesing said construction
of the Jim Woodruff Dam at
Chattahoochee in 1957, and
subsequent Corps practices
to accelerate the flow of the
river, such as dike fields
and eliminating bends in the
river, have led to the river
entrenching itself, and in the
process, isolating dozens of
once-productive creeks and
backwater lakes.
Hill said workers will
move sand and sediment 14
miles downriver from Battle
Bend by barge and off-load
it near Bloody Bluff Landing.
There, he said, they will truck
it to Eastpoint and use it to
fill an enormous borrow pit
where the Franklin County
School Board eventually
plans to build a school.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

That the Gulf County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing to consider adoption of ordinances with the following titles:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-11 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING
UNIT (THE "MSTU"); DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MSTU;
TO.ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES WITHIN THE MSTU TO PRO-
VIDE BEACH EROSION CONTROL AND RENOURISHMENT SERVICES,
FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZING A PLEDGE OF THE MSTU
AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES TO THE RETIREMENT OF DEBT WHEN AP-
PROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE MSTU AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL
LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF DEBT UPON REFERENDUM AP-
POVAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AND
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-12 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE INTERIOR MUNICIPAL SERVICE
TAXING UNIT (THE 'MSTU"), DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE
MSTU; TO ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES WITHIN THE MSTU
TO PROVIDE BEACH EROSION CONTROL AND RENOURISHMENT
SERVICES, FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZING A PLEDGE OF
THE MSTU AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES TO THE RETIREMENT OF DEBT
WHEN APPROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE MSTU AS PROVIDED BY
GENERAL LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF DEBT UPON REFER-
ENDUM APPROVAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AND
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-13 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS BAYSIDE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING
UNIT (THE "MSTU"); DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MSTU;
AUTHORIZING THE MSTU TO ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES
WITHIN THE MSTU TO PROVIDE BEACH VERSION CONTROL AND RE-
NOURISHMENT SERVICES, FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZ-
ING A PLEDGE OF THE MSTU AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES.TO THE
RETIREMENT OF DEBT WHEN APPROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE
MSTU AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
OF DEBT UPON REFERENDUM APPROVAL; AND PROVIDEDING AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE:
The public hearing will be held during the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioner's meeting on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. E.S.T.
in the County Commissioner's meeting room in the Robert M. Moore
Administration Building, Gulf County Courthouse Complex, Port St. Joe,
Florida.
All interested persons may appear and be heard with respect
to the proposed Ordinances. If-a person decides to appeal any deci-
sions made by the Guilf County Commission with respect to any matter
considered at this hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceed-
ings made which would include any evidence upon which the appeal is
to based. In accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act, persons
needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in
this proceeding should contact Lynn Stephens Administrative Assistant,
County Administrator's office at (850) 229-6111, at least two days prior
to the date of the hearing.
A copy of the proposed Ordinances are available for inspec-
tion on weekday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. E.S.T., and 5:00 p.m.,
E.S.T. at the office of the Clerk of Cour5t, Gulf County Courthouse,
1000 C.G. Cosfin, Sr., Blvd., Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: CARMEN L. MCLEMORE
ATTEST: REBECCA L. NORRIS, CLERK

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Port St. Joe Elementary School celebrated Ag Day last Wednes-
day, hosted by the Gulf County Extension office.
Extension agents Roy Lee Carter and Mildred Melvin gave pre-
sentations on farm animals and products, and Wewahitchka resi-
dents Donald and Toby Ake introduced the students to exotic ani-
mals such as the ring tailed lemur, cockatoo and Padagonian cabi,
the second largest rodent in the world.



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A Public Hearing -.'ill be held at the Planning and Developmeni Re/.e..' Board (PDRBI meeting on Monday May 15 2006 at 10 00 a m EST, and at the Board of County
Commissioners (BOCC) meeting on Tuesday Ma, 2006 at 6 00 p m EST Both public hearing; will be held in the BOCC Meeting Room at Ihe Robert M Moore Adminis-
tration Building 1000 Cecil G Co't;n Sr Blvd Port St Joe Florida The public hearings .vill be to discuss and act on the folloa.ng
I. Approve Minules April 18. 2006
2 Preliminary Plat Approval SI Joe Land Company Sabal Island Parcel ID #06260-000R 45 3 acre. in Section I Township 9 South Range 11 West,. Gulf County,
Florda a maximum 18 unit deelopn.enr subject to all Federal State and Local development regulat-ons staled and unstated
3 Preliminary Plat Approval -Archie Barbee -0~er~treet Heights Parcel ID #03337- 011R -1 63 acres in Section 13 Township 5 South Range 11 West, Gulf County,
Florida a maximum 8 unit development -ubleci to all Federal Slate and Local development regulations, stated and unstated
4. Preliminary Plat Approval James Lesler Jasmine Heights Parcel ID P01509.00OR 10 acres in Section 2. Township 4 South, Range 10 West Gulf County Florida
a maximum 17 unI development subject o all Federal, State and Local development regulation:, stated and unstated
5. Preliminary Plat Appro,.al Valenca Land In.,estments Valencia Subdiision Parcel ID #03323-145R 40 09 acres in Section 32 Township 7 South Range 10
West, Gulf County, Flor;da a maximum 32 un;t deielopmenit ubled to all Federal State and Local development regulations slated and unstated
6 Final Plat Approval Gulf County, LLC Mill Ridge Parcel ID #01514 -050R 9 63 acres in Section 2. Townsh;p 4 South, Range 10 West Gulf County Florida a
maximum 15 unit de ,elopment subject to all Federal. State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated
7. Final Plat Approval Gulf to Bay Construction & De.elopment M.mosa Subdiv;son Parcel ID #00713-010R 10 acres in Section 18 Townshrp 5 South Range 9
West Gulf County., Florda a maximum 30 un-t development :ublect to all Federal State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated
8. Final Plat Approval -White City Partners- Wimico Place Parcel ID #02852-OOOR-5.86 acres in Section I 1, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gull County, Florida
a maximum 18 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated an unstated.
9. Final Plat Approval 7 Mile, LLC Harbor Walk Parcel ID #02798-035R, 02798- 005R, 02798-015R, 02798-050R, 02798-001 R, 02798-055R, 02798-020R,
02798-060R 11.62 acres in Section 32, Township 7 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a maximum 41 unit development subject to all Federal, State
and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
10. Final Plat Approval St Joe Coastal Properties, LLC Shallow Reed Phase II Parcel ID #06248-050R 62 acres in Section 36, Township 8 South, Range 11 West,
Gulf County, Florida a maximum 38 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
11. Final Plat Approval B.J. Heard & Chris King Baywoods Parcel ID #06230-OOOR 4.5 acres in Section 25, Township 8 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida
a maximum 0 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
12. Preliminary Plat Approval Fred Frechette Cape Dunes Parcel ID #06268-083R 1.74 acres in Section 7, Township 9 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida
a maximum 4 unit development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
13. Preliminary Plat Approval William J. Smiley Buckhorn 1 Parcel ID #01186-1 OOR 10 acres in Section 3, Township 6 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida
a development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
14. Preliminary Plat Approval William J. Smiley Buckhorn 2 Parcel ID #01186-300R 10 acres in Section 3, Township 6 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida
a development subject to all Federal, State and Local development regulations, stated and unstated.
15. Variance Charles Radcliff Parcel ID #03207-000R .18 acres in Section 22, Township 9 South, Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida Permission to build an ad-
dition onto house that would encroach into side setback.
16. Variance Dan Pompilio Parcel ID #06345-845R .39 acres in Section 25, Township 8 South, Range 12 West, Gulf County, Florida Permission to move house
landward.
17. Comprehensive Plan/EAR Update
18. St. Joe/Arvida for WindMark Beach DO/PDP
19. Staff
The public is encouraged to attend and be heard on these matters. Information prior to the meeting can be viewed at the Planning and Building Department at 1000 Cecil
G. Costin Sr. Blvd., Room 301.

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By Tim Croft
Star News Editor
From around the area
folks will make the pilgrim-
:age to WindMark Beach
and the Southern Accents
in order to climb the main
tairs, wind their way into
the utility room and behold
The glistening machine
'which washes and dries
your clothes.
- Sure, there are many
Sells and whistles which


make the Southern Accents
Showhouse "spectacular"
as several of those who were
the first to tour the home
described it.
But if there was one
which a significant number
placed on a wish list after
Thursday was the machine
- which looks like the wash-
er half of a stacked set of
fine washer/dryer combina-
tion that washes and dries
clothes without much more
than a turn of the dial.1


Once the first visitors
stumbled upon the device,
and the reality of what it
was fully absorbed by the
gray. matter, it became
something of an altar in the
house, folks gathering and
leaning down just to bask in
glorious dreams.
For this is, like the
Southern Living home in
RiverCamps in East Bay,
a glorious house, not to


mention one out of reach of
those whose check for, oh,
around $6 million, would
bounce like a Superball.
The house is a multi-
story exhibit to fine tastes.
From the main room
and fireplace which transi-
tions into a dining room
into a kitchen which would
make Betty Crocker swoon,
the house emphasizes, as
was described in press lit-
erature sent out, an "active,
outdoor" lifestyle.
There are roughly
7,800-square-feet of space
under roof, with enough
porch space some 2,000-


square-feet for a small
army to bivouac upon. Add
to that another 650-square-
feet of open decks and you
have outdoor entertaining
nirvana.
The porch space wrap-
ping the house like ribbon
is dotted with comfortable
sitting areas, plants, chairs
and couches in soft blues.
Representatives from
The St. Joe Company, which
partnered, with Southern
Accents magazine to make
the show house reality,
proved that point last week
when they entertained invit-
ed guests at the first show-


ing of the house, which has
taken shape from dirt in
just nine months.
A little food, a little liq-
uid refreshment and the
opportunity to tour the
house sans shoes or shoes
adorned with paper booties
to avoid marking the floors
- at leisure was worth the
cost of admission. I
Upstairs there are four
bedrooms, two built in the
.style of private studio cot-
tages one an artists studio
- which connect to the main
house by breezeways.
(See ACCENTS on Page 20B) I


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Kimberly Loyd

Turns Eight

Kimberly Loyd will
celebrate her eighth birthday.
Her mom, dad and Aunt
Rhonda wish her the best on
her day.


New Hope Reunion
The 14th annual reunion
of those who attended New
Hope School in North Holmes
County is Saturday, May 27,
beginning at 10 a.m., at the
Masonic Hall on the old school
site, south of Hwy. 2 on 179A,
at the Geneva-Westville Road.
Thousands of students,
many of whom live in the
Florida-Alabama-Georgia tri-
state area, attended New Hope
School, which taught students
from the 1890s to 1963. A
covered-dish luncheon is held
at noon.
For more information,
contact Max Thomas (850)
956-2714, 1300 Carlis Ln.,
Westville, FL 32464, Posey
Vaughan 956-2502, 1463
Vaughan Dead River Rd.,
Westville, FL 32464, or Pearl
Thompson (850) 956-4537,
1284 Hwy. 163, Westville, FL
32464.


Maiden Voyage of Outrigger Canoe a Success:


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Hound Pups, 3 /2 month (pictured); three twelve week old
beagle pups (first shots); Jasper, six-month-old bulldog pup;
Tiffany and Taffy, four-month-old females, boxer/lab mix;
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On April 23rd, members
of the Hawaiian Dance and
Canoe Association, Malia
Faipea, Anthony Holland,
Chris Baldwin, Alejandro
"Alex" Leon and Lisa Faipea
made a dream a reality the
maiden voyage of the Princess
Leilani.
It seems that everything
imaginable and unimaginable
has kept the 43 foot 6 man
canoe out of the water. On
her journey from Canada
to Port St. Joe, she had to
stop in Charleston, South
Carolina to stay out of the
path of Hurricane Ivan. Then,
every time plans were made
to take her out on the water,
the red tide came. It became
so discouraging that Lisa and
Malia Faipea, owners of the
canoe, just put her up for the
winter.
Then spring arrived and
hope was in the air. The water
temperature began warming
up and the decision was made
to take her to the ocean. At
6:30 am, Lisa, Malia and the
other members loaded six
paddles, six life jackets, rigging
rope and bailers and hooked
up the trailer. "Just preparing
the equipment brought
back wonderful memories


of paddling in Hawaii" said'
Malia. "In a way it makes me
homesick for my culture but,
at the same time I am happy,
I can share this with the local
people as well as visitors".
According to Lisa Faipea, there'
are only three other clubs in-
the State of Florida that own
these magnificent canoes; St.
Petersburg, Ft Lauderdale and
now Miami. "We have the only.
one up here in the panhandle'
of Florida to my knowledge"'
says Ms. Faipea, "That makes.
us proud that we have been,
able to be the first in this'-
area".
"For the people that love.
water sports, canoeing or just'
want to do something new,.
I encourage you to join us"'
says Malia and Lisa. "The first-
time we paddled one of these-
outriggers, we were hooked"..
The key thing to remember'
is that "this is not a ride or
a sport, it's a CULTURAL'
EXPERIENCE!
If you would like to see-
her out on the water or just
get a close view, she will be"
staying at the Driftwood Motel
through the summer unless.
the area encounters any major'
bad weather.


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MLS 105112 $99.501. 153 Old Dairy Farm Road
Perfect starter home. Inside Citl limited. Close to
launch for you fishermen.


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block to the beach. Just a short alk to the beach.
Seller is moti'aled bring all offers.


rILS 110613 $169.600. 588 Ling Street Only MLS 106347 $658.000. 181 Sunray Court Out-
blocks from Ba. intercoastal waterway and pub- standing modular with many features--fireplace.
lie boal ramp. Property is on high and dry. Value front and back decks. Gulf view from upper deck.
is in the land. Great investment propert-. State woodlands behind property. Outside kitchen
suitable for catering. Fully furnished with beauti-
ful European furniture, china and kitchen items


N1[5L lt1,1-7 3 $ ..IJ1U. IUb Hunter circle
Charming older home on landscaped 10t. Fire-
place. formal djping room. hardwood foor; un-
d'repeL, built -in shel es and cabineLs,. outside
vS.p. _1Tn area. Fla LOTS of possibit!!


[51. Jil$'. o L3.0U0. 203 Louisiana tJrtkA.. 't
Beautiful d6ioble %ide home in immaculate condi--
.. tion. Onl. about a block from the dedicated beach
in. MxNico Beach. Large building and oficein;~.
back of property. "
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"as is". Land is located about three blocks from
beautiful white dedicated beach of MNieco fteach
lot abut, cit) par '


is motivated toW'eU. Lot located in estdbUssibed
neighborhood. close to school, churches, and
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Friends of Library Used Book Sale and Silent Auction


On Saturday, May 20, the
Friends of the Library proudly
announces its Used Book Sale
and Silent Auction.
This exciting event will be
held at the Port St. Joe Public
Library from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. E.T. A wide selection
of books, including first
editions, biographies, cooking
and special interests, as well
as paperbacks, CDs, audio


tapes and video tapes will be
available for purchase.
A set of Child Craft
encyclopedias will be on sale
for that inquisitive student
of yours or that curious
grandchild.
A set of the classics will
be available as well, to further
someone's love of reading.
To further entice you to
visit is the silent auction that


will be taking place at the
same time as the book sale.
Listed below are several items
from which you can choose:
Two original paintings -'a
lighthouse painting by Chuck
Creasey and a beach painting
by Sam Kates;
An autographed picture
from Bobby Bowden; and
An autographed football
from the Jacksonville


Jaguars;
A decorative
from Decorative
valued at $1,400;


medallion
Flooring,


A table lamp valued at
$395 from Beach To Bay
Interiors;
A photographic collage
from Debbie Hooper;
Tee shirts and a bottle of
chardonnay from Toucan's
Restaurant; and


A bottle of Dom Perignon
champagne from The Port
Fine Wines and Spirits.
There are also
autographed books from
formerpresidentJimmy Carter
and local Florida authors,
courtesy of Dreamcatcher
Publishing.
But the best item for any
graduating senior is a dive
package worth $1,500 from


Daly's Dock and Dive.
These items will be on
display at the library and our
local banks from May 3 until
May 19.
Please drop by the library
and bid on the items of your
choice.
So mark your calendar for
Saturday, May 20. We look
forward to seeing you there.


St. Vincent Island NWR Hunt

Applications and Permits Available


Applications and infor-
imation for the St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge
2006-07 hunting season will
be available by calling, writ-
ing, faxing, or coming by
the St. Marks Refuge office
MAY 1 AUGUST 1, 2006.
Applications may also be
printed from our website.
This year, hunters must apply
for permits for all hunts.
Sambar Deer quota hunt
applications must be mailed
or hand delivered to the St.
Marks NWR with $5.00 appli-
cation fee per applicant. The


deadline for applications is
4:00 pm ET Tuesday, August
1, 2006. Successfully drawn
hunters will be listed on our
website by August 8, and
should receive a notification
letter by mail before August
15. Only successful hunters
will be notified, and will need
to send in $15.00 to receive
their permit.
White-tailed Deer appli-
cations must be completed
and returned to the St. Marks
NWR office, and free permits)
will be issued.


Covenant Hospice Celebrates


National Nurses Week
Covenant Hospice honors all nursing professionals provid-
ing care to dying Americans and support to family caregivers
during National Nurses Week, May 6 12. Nurses are a vital
part of the hospice care team that provides care to patients
and families living with life-limiting illness.
"Nurses: Strength, Commitment, Compassion" is the
theme for this year's National Nurses Week. "Nurses working
in end-of-life care bring together the highest levels of strength,
commitment and compassion everyday in a way that reflects
well on all healthcare professionals," remarked Dale 0. Knee,
Covenant Hospice President and CEO. "We are proud to salute
those professionals who are essential members of our inter-
disciplinary teams."
Hospice is not a place but a philosophy of care provid-
ing dying persons and their families with pain management,
Symptom control,. psycho-social services and spiritual sup-
port. The focus is on care not cure. At Covenant Hospice, an
interdisciplinary team of professionals that includes nurses,
physicians, social workers, counselors, health aides, clergy,
and volunteers offer the highest quality of compassionate care
to those on the final journey.


The Gallery of Art House Fire Victim's Family Seeks Help Family Reunion


Watercolors and more is
the subject of the exhibit of
paintings by Edward Lockard
opening Friday, May 5, and
continuing until May 23 at
the Gallery of Art, 36 West
Beach Drive, downtown
Panama City. Although he
has traveled extensively and
received numerous awards in
various competitions this is
the artist-architect's first one
man exhibit.
The artist is a graduate of
Auburn University's five year
architecture program and
has studied Japanese prints,
architecture, and formal gar-
dens while living in Japan.
When working in Atlanta he
studied water color at the
Atlanta College of Art and
life drawing with artist Ben
Smith.
His exhibit includes over
one hundred paintings of
marine subjects, landscapes,
flowers, abstracts and sculp-
ture.
The public .is invited to
Meet the Artist May 19h at
the Gallery from 3-8 p.m.
and to view the paintings
during gallery hours Monday
through Saturday from May
5th to May 23rd For informa-
tion call 785-7110 or 763-
2420. There is no charge for
gallery exhibits.


There has been an account set up at Emerald Coast Credit
Union for Joe Boatright and Libby McCrary due to the house
fire that destroyed everything they owned. Anyone that would
like to make a donation would be gratefully appreciated. The
account is under Joe Boatright's name.

With our heartfelt appreciation,
The family of Joe Boatright


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family reunion will be held
May 20 at the Kinard School
House. Bring a covered dish.
For information you can call
Barbara Lolley Taunton at
850-639-5971 after 5:00
p.m.


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412 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL

227-9999 or 229-1888
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MLS 111297 Very large, well main-
tained manufactured home on spacious,
fenced lot within blocks of the Chipola,
River in Scotts Ferry. Double fireplace,
new back deck, large kitchen, den, liv-
ing room and dining room. New gravel
drive and H/AC. Owner is builder and
has made many improvements and up-
grades. Call Diane Scholz 850/227-
.6297.










The unit is located on the 2nd floor w.
great gulf views. Direct access in front of
complex. Pool is located at the rear of the
complex. Parking for 2 cars per unit, great
floor plan & location. Come an enjoy the
great views! MLS# 109219 $624,900
Call Natalie Shoaf At 227-4355


STONE MILL CREEK-2 adjoining parcels
of land constisting of approx. 1 Acre each
may be purchased together or separately.
Well and utility hookup has been installed
on one parcel, 2 separate perc test have
aslo been obtained. This is a great area
to Build A Home And Enjoy Quiet Country
Living. $35,000 each. MLS#111424 and
MLS#111425 Call Sonjia Raffield at
340-0900


St. Joe Beach Home-two lots one block
off highway 98 four bedrooms three
baths living room dining room family
room eat in kitchen two car carport stor-
age building/laundry sink nicely land-
scaped-Sprinkler System Localed on a
corner with a Gulfview.Shown by Ap-
pointment Call Joe McCallister today
for your preview 850-227-4585 MLS
# 109434


Upscale subdivision located in 'x' flood
zone. Amenities include pool, pool-
house, boardwalk to the beach, water,
sewer, undergroundd utilities, ribbon curb-
ing, landscape natural vegetation with
old florida style housing. MLS#111606
$ 680,000 Call Carol Bell at 227-
42452


808H Woodward Ave., Port St Joe 2BR
1 B apartment with great rental potential.
Centrally located very near downtown
area. MLS# 109534 Call Susie White
850-227-4046. $179,900.00.


This listing consists of three 75'xl50'
lots, one 3br/2ba home, vacant lot, and
1958 2br/lba mobile home. Home is
located on lot nearest to the highway,
then vacant lot, then lot with mobile
home. Would like to sell all together, but
will sell vacant lot $275,000, MOBILE
HOME $275,000. MLS#110392 Call
Ellen Allemore At 227-5146


108 Marshline Road, Overstreet. 1.46
acres on Wetappo Creek at the intersec-
tion of the intra-coastal waterway. In East
Bay Subdivision with paved roads and un-
derground utilities. Great fishing, quiet
living, 15 minutes to Panama City by boat.
MLS#110597 $289,900 Brenda Miller
850-227-5380 or Brenda@C21GulfCoa
stRealty.com


Jay Rish At 227-5569













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
$1,995,000 Call Charlton Williams
227-CAPE.


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BEACHES
* CAPE COMMERCIAL: Two adjoining Commercial lots'on Cape San Bias Road. MLS #110007
an MLS #11037 S405,000 Each. Call Valerie Clayton 527-5258.
* 400A Maryland Blvd, Mexico Beach. 50x145 Interior lot. $209,000 MLS#109670
Brenda Miller 850-227-5380
* 108 E. Kelly Drive, Overstreet. 5.14 acres, wooded. $375,000 MLS#109488 Brenda
Miller 850-227-5380
* This 1st tier Io Is located In Jubilation Subdivision. Lot 74 has great views of the Gulf Of
Mexico. $ 795,000 for more info call Susie While at 227-4046
* 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 resi-
dential or commercial. Entire block of Highway frontage can be purchases X- Flood Zone. $
800,000 per lot, Call Natalie Shoeaf 850-227-4355 MLS 108380
* Heron's Walk SubdivislonrOne 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
landscaped entrance, HOA and putting greens. $160,000 Call Susie White (850) 227-4046


I' -... -whic, is est .o..ues aay. fom Prt-S.- Joe. This- upscale-- .community otters., many- -- nm-ni-tie-A-.


which is just minutes away from Port St. Joe. This upscale community offers many amenities
including swimming pool, clubhouse, private dock, HOA. mls#110021 $795,000 Call Jay
Rish at (850)227-5569
* St Joe Beach, Hwy 98 frontage 4 lots with unobstructed gulf view, can be residential or com-
mercial. Entire block of road frontage can be purchased. Call Natalie Shoof 850-227-4355
* 103 W Sand Dollar Way 1ST TIER lat in San Bias Plantation with deeded access to Gulf
of Mexico, boardwalk to beach is located in front of this lot Call Sonlia Raffleld at 340-
0900 $579,900.
* Lot 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
PORT ST. JOE
* This subdivision is located before Gulf Coast College, very near the new mainstay
hotel that is under construction and the proposed new sacred heart hospital on Garrison
Avenue. HOA dues have been reduced to $400 yr. MSL#110298 $ 109,900 Call Carol Bell
at 227-4252


are 50'x140' and 16 acres each. Property is located in great location next to existing businesses.
Would be a great business opportunityll MLS# 111162 Call Jay Rish AT 227-5569
*HERONS WALK SUBDIVISION: Three home sites to choose from in this extensively land-
scaped residential community with club house and pool. Located by Gulf Coast Community
College and local schools. MLS #11097, #110974, #110975. $154,900 Each. Call Valerie
Clayton 527-5258
* THE SALE OF THIS PROPERTY IS ACTUALLY THREE LOTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE.
Property is cleared & near our local schools. MLS# 108113 $179,900 Call Moses Medina
at 850-527-0441
o THIS GULFRONT LOT IS LOCATED IN JUBILATION SUBDIVISION. Il is a great investment
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 46 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


MLS 111298 High, dry lot 2nd Tier from Chipola River In Scotts Ferry. Cleared and
ready for home or RV. Septic and well need to be Installed. Call Diane Scholz at
850/227-6297.
* SEVEN SPRINGS LAKE SUB, WEWA: Two adjoining lots in this craftsman-styled neighbor-
hood. MLS #110669 and #110667, $75,000 Each. Call Valerie Clayton 527-5258
* In one of the newest subdivisions in the Indian Pass area. This subdivision Offers
underground utilities, and paved roods. 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 covenants. Lot is


.51. Joe Beach Area, 104 Signet Lone-Lot 70 is located in the heart o Wiudmark Beach This property consist of(2) seperateltots being said togethertfor $649,900.The tot sizes OTHER GULF COUNTY ACREAGE partially cleored. $139n,500oLS #109940. Call ValercerClaycon 527-5258.


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Communications, Inc (NYSE:
FRP) company, is accepting
applications for the May 2006
Ethyl Grant program. Local
communities are encour-
aged to apply. Applications
for the Ethyl Grant program
are located at www.fred.org
under the "FRED Programs"
link. All applications should
be sent to Amanda Marquardt
at PO Box 220, Port St. Joe,
FL 32457 by May 15, 2006.
The Ethyl Grantprogram is
sponsored by the Foundation
for Rural Education and
Development (FRED), a char-
itable foundation affiliated
with the Organization for the
Promotion and Advancement
of Small Telecommunications
Companies (OPASTCO). As
a member of OPASTCO,
FairPoint encourages all its
companies to support the
application process for their


local communities.
Ethyl Grants are avail-
able for communities with the
goal of enhancing economic
conditions and the quality of
life in rural areas served by
OPASTCO members. Ethyl
Grants provide matching
grants ranging from $500
- $2,500. The grants are
matched by funds from the
local community, both finan-
cial and in-kind. Application
opportunities occur each year
in May and October.
Send applications to
Amanda Marquardt at PO
Box 220, Port St. Joe, FL
32457 by May 15, 2006.
About GT COM
GT COM, a FairPoint
Communications Company,
provides a full range of com-
munications services to
communities in Northwest
Florida, Southern Georgia
and Southern Alabama.


GT COM was acquired by
FairPoint in 2000.
About FairPoint
FairPoint is a lead-
ing provider of communica-
tions services to rural com-
munities across the coun-
try. Incorporated in 1991,
FairPoint's mission is to
acquire and operate telecom-
munications companies that
set the standard of excellence
for the delivery of service to
rural communities. Today,
FairPoint owns and oper-
ates 28 rural local exchange
companies (RLECs) located
in 17 states offering an array
of services, including local
and long distance voice, data,
Internet and broadband offer-
ings.


Volunteers make up a
large portion of the work force
of Florida State Parks. In
2005, 6,000 volunteers con-
tributed more than one million
hours of service statewide.
Volunteers work closely with
park rangers in maintenance,
visitor services, administra-


Blood Drive in

Wewahitchka
Wewahitchka Medical
Center, located at 255 West
River Road in Wewahitchka,
will host a blood drive on May
12, from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Wewahitchka Medical
Center, a service site of North
Florida Medical Centers, Inc.,
with a full medical team on
staff in Wewahitchka, provides
primary health care to the
residents of Gulf County.
Most insurance is accepted
along with the availability of
a sliding scale fee for those
uninsured.
Come out and support
your community by making
a donation that can help save
lives. For more information,
call the Wewahitchka Medical
Center at 639-5828.


tion, resource management
and park protection. They are
a vital part of the Florida Park
Service.
Volunteers in the Florida
Park Service are a part of
a team of field employees
and administrators. As team
members, volunteers assist
and provide services that
could not be otherwise accom-

Stamp Out Hunger

Saturday May 13
The employees of the
Port St Joe Postal Service will
be participating in the 14th
Annual NALC National Food
Drive on May 13.
Please join us as we work
to "Stamp Out Hunger" in
our community. Simply place
your donation of non-perish-
able food items in a bag and
place it by your mailbox before
your carrier arrives. Your car-
rier will take your donation to
the Post Office.
Any PO Box customers
who wish to participate may
bring their donation in to the
Post Office, a receptacle will
be provided in the lobby. All
collected food will be taken to
the local food bank.
Thank you for your sup-
port.


polished. The objective of vol--
unteer service is to expand,
our ability to provide quality
service, professionalism, sup-.
port and stewardship without
increasing the cost to visitors
and taxpayers.
Volunteers can do many.
things greet visitors, con-
duct tours, help rangers'
maintain the natural beauty
of a beach and trails, assist;
in facility maintenance and-
much more.
Benefits of becoming a vol-
unteer at St. Joseph Peninsula'
State Park include training-
and educational opportuni-
ties, I.D. cards and passes to-
visit other state parks free of:
charge. The knowledge that-
your contribution of just a few,
hours a week would help your-
state park maintain the high-
quality of recreational and-
resource activities that have*
become synonymous with the,
nation's best park service.
If you are interested in-
becoming a vital part of the'
team, or would like more.
information about volunteer-
ing at St. Joseph Peninsula,
please contact either park
rangers George Royal or Jessy
Kennett, (850) 227-1327.
Your help would be great-
ly appreciated.


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Bay St. Joe Care &

Rehabilitation Center News


Good Samaritans
In today's world "Good Samaritans" are hard to find.
At Bay St. Joe Care & Rehabilitation Center we have such
just that person and she is Sharon Odom, LPN.
i On her way to work one morning, she was one of the first
individuals to happen upon an accident. She stopped to add
her assistance until local
EMS arrived. She showed not only her professionalism
but also her compassion and caring to a complete stranger.
i So we would like to say, "Thank You, Sharon" we are
proud to have you on our team and a member of our com-
munity.
Many times our nurses and nurse assistants go unrec-
qgnized for the extraordinary things they do for others. Since
this is National Nurses Week, May 8 through May 13, we
%yould like to say Thank You to our Nurses and Certified
Nursing Aides at Bay St. Joe, throughout the county and
across the United States.


Donation Received
The residents of Bay St. Joe Care & Rehabilitation Center
would like to say, "Thank You" to the Port St. Joe Junior
Service League for their generous $500.00 donation to go
toward the enhancement of the resident's middle courtyard.
The facility is seeking donations to build a concrete courtyard
and purchase a Gazebo for the residents outside enjoyment.
Pictured: JoAnne Buzzett and Polly Searle in behalf of
the Junior Service League are pictured presenting the dona-
tion to Robert Woodham, Dorothy Weissenberger and Mary
Coe on behalf of the 108 resident's at Bay St. Joe Care &
Rehabilitation Center.


Honoring Their Loyal,

Caring and Dedicated Staff
T Ed Douglass, Administrator of Bay St. Joe Care &
Rehabilitation presents Olivia Daniels, Dietary .Cook with a
-plaque and silver cross necklace that was sent on behalf of
Joe Steier President of HQM (Home Quality Management) in
appreciation for her loyal, unswerving 27 years of dedicated
service to the residents and company.
Olivia is an inspiration to all who know and love her.
Thank You, Olivia


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Panhandle Players Motorcycle Specialty Tag Benefits
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niiiIual Ieetli
The Panhandle Players
will hold their annual meet-
ing Tuesday, May 16 at 7pm
at the Dixie Theatre. All past,
present and potential mem-
bers are invited to attend.
The main topics of dis-
cussion will be plans for the
fall performances.
In September the Players
will spotlight the visual medi-
um of our local talent who are
urged to come to the meeting
to see how they can take their
home videos, still pictures,
etc. and turn them into a per-
formance. In November the
Players will present an eve-
ning of one act plays. Anyone
interested in performing or
helping in the many other
aspects of the performance
are invited to attend. Dates
and other information regard-
ing the fall performances will
be discussed.
After the meeting the
Players will host a social
hour.


Big River Rider's

4-H Horse Show
The Big River Rider's
4-H 'Horse Club is having a
Running Horse Show on May
13, 2006.
The event will' be at
Michael Traylor Arena at T.L.
James Park in Wewahitchka.
Registration will start at
1 p.m. CT, with the show
following at 2.
The events will be barrel
racing, poles, cones, stake,
race, keyhole, and hairpin
race, with a' few fun runs
thrown in, as always.
Whether, participant or
spectator, come join in the
fun. Concessions will be open
on the show grounds.
For further inforinaLion
call 1850) 639-3200 M-F. (-50)
639-5384. or 1850) 648-441.8
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motorcycle license tag has
now raised over $330,000 for
programs that assist people
with disabilities and helps
prevent blindness. The "Show
Your Colors, Show You Care"
campaign was introduced to
motorcyclists in April 2004.
With the support of ABATE
Florida, motorcyclists across
the state were encouraged
to purchase the specialty
tag, designed in America's
red, white and blues, for an
additional $15 tax deductible
contribution above the
purchase or renewal price.
All proceeds for the specialty
tag benefit disability related
organizations.
The Bikers Care tag hit


its peak month this March,
selling or renewing over
1,500 plates. Across Florida,
over 22,500 motorcyclists
have shown their colors and
shown they cared through
supporting the biker's care
campaign. Palm Beach
County has been leading the
way as the most active county
in issuing new plates.
The tag's legislation
requires The Able Trust,
a nonprofit foundation
dedicated to assisting
Floridians with disabilities
in achieving employment, to
distribute the funds equally
to Prevent Blindness Florida,
the Brain and Spinal Cord
Injury Program Trust Fund,
the Personal Care Attendant


Program and the Florida
Association of Centers for
Independent Living. Each
organization has received
over $60,000 to support its
programs since the tag was
issued two years ago.
For more information
about the Bikers Care
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visit www.abletrust.org/
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$1,499,900 AMAZING CAPE SAN BLAS
GULF FRONT HOME 4BR/4.5BA home fea-
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ceiling fans and an eat-in-
kitchen w/breakfast bar.
Covered parking for 4, heated
pool, several balconies, 2 large
covered decks w/gulf view.
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$775,000 CANAL FRONT MEXICO
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beautifully decorated and is
fully furnished featuring livin
area and dining/kitchen combi-
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bedrooms and balcony.
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2911 Garrison Avenue
$349,900 ENJOY STYLE AND SPACE IN
PORT ST. JOE 3BR/2BA home features
living/dining combo w/recessed
lighting, family room w/built-ins,
Florida room and large kitchen
w/breakfast room. Two-car
garage, covered patio, irrigation
well and fenced yard. Large lot.
#111166

301 16th St. Palm Blvd.
$269,000 PORT ST. JOE INVESTMENT OPPOR-
TUNITY ON 2 LOTS Charming 3 BR home on
two lots. 3 blocks to St. Joe bay.
Hardwood & ceramic tile floors.
Tongue-in-groove walls and ceil-
ings. Large lot with fencing.
Home warranty. $5000 for clos-
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6150 Ski Breeze Circle
$1,150,000 GULF FRONT PORT ST. JOE
BEACH HOME 3BR/3BA home has been com-
pletely updated and features liv- ....
mg and dining rooms, open
kitchen, gulf front master suite
w/reading area and fabulous
view. Home is fully furnished
and move-in ready.
#108772

9446 Hwy. 98
$599,000 BEACON HILL GULF VIEW TOWN
HOME 3BRI2BA directly across from water
with dedicated beach. Family
;room, well-equipped eat-in-
kitchen and laundry room.
Double sliding class doors on ''
both levels wlpatio and deck,
screened porch 'and workshop.
#111342

219 9th Street
$295,000 CUTE PORT ST. JOE HOME
CLOSE TO TOWN 3BR/1BA home has liv-
ing/dining combination, hard-
wood floors, ceiling fans, remod-
eled bathrooms and a well-
equipped kitchen. Screened
porch and home warranty.
Zoned commercial/residential.
#110492


1225 Cape San Bias
$950,000 BAY FRONT GET-A-WAY WITH
PRIVACY AND SECLUSION 3 BR/2 BA
with panoramic views of St. Joe
Bay features family room, ceil-
ing fans, eat-in-kitchen and
more! Beautiful wooded lot
with winding driveway.
Approx 1.7 acres.
#111659

111 37th Street #44
$365,000 STEPS AWAY FROM MEXICO
BEACH AND PIER 2BRI1.5BA fully fur-
nished townhouse w/large
sunken family room, spacious -
eat-in-kitchen and large deck in ,
back yard. Perfect as weekend -'2
et-a-way or as investment.


200 Louisiana Avenue
$279,900 WALKING DISTANCE TO MEXICO
BEACH 2BR/1BA home is also w/in walking dis-
tance to Toucan's Restaurant.
Flat lot with mobile home.
Excellent investment opportuni-
ties. Located at the corner of
Florida and Louisiana. #109724



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SOUTHERLAND FAMILY COMFORTER COSTING & COSTING Rish, Gibson, Scholz
FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL HOME LAW OFFICES & Groom, P.A.
W. P. "Rocky" Comforter Charles A. Costin William J. Rish, Thomas S, Gibson,
507 10th Street Port St. Joe L.F.D. personal njury Real Estate RssllScho Paul Groom
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FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Constitution and Mtonument Port St. Joe
(850) 227-1724
Contemporary Service 9:00 a.m. Dan Rhodes
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. PASTOR
i, ;,,.,.. n:0a.m. JeffWhitty
Methodist YouthFellowship: 6.00p.. Minister of Msic/Youth
Evening Worship: 7:00 p.m. Deborah Loyless
All Times are EST Director of Childroe Ministries J:V


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FOR YOU AT:
Nigblaub view apti t (bourc
i 382 Ling Street Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850)227-1306
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.


Morning Worship
Evening Service
Discipleship Training
Wednesday Prayer


11:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
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It*sCatholc Church of GuN Ci u*
W.le ma, t.
St. Joseph Parish
20th & Monument, Port St Joe, FL, 227-1417
All Mass times EDT:
Saturday: 4:00 pm, Sunday: 9:30
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 (CDT)



r"Our Church can be your home"

first Church of the Nazarene
2420 Long Avenue Port St. Joe, florida 32456
(850) 229-9596,


Sunday School. ................. 10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .......... 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship......... 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Service .... 7 p.m.





( eau& 4 lMexie eac
111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Sunday WorshipServices:8:00 a.m. & 9:30 a.m. CST
Sudily School:10:45,a,m. CST
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico Beach United Methodist churchh
NURSERY PROVIDED
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor *.Church/Office: 648-8820


family Life (huh
"Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus"
Join us in worship .'. A ul'' .-:
10:30 Sunday Morning Hwy. 98
7:00 Wednesday Evening < >
Pastors Andrew -
&
Cathy Rutherford Reid Ave.
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates .Family Life Church
Visit our website at:
familylifechurch.net v Wewahitchka
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


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

The Wewahitchka 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 Worship 10:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. CT


church of Christ
at the Beaches
Established 33 AD in Jerusalem



We meet at -~ 314 Firehouse Road
Overstreet ~ 850.647.1622
Sunday Bible Study 10:00am EST
Sunday Worship 11:00am EST
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30pm EST
"We are about our Fathers business"





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Singing:
Worship:


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


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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.m.
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 trusteth 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 ........ 6:3,0 pm
Mon-Fri: Devotion on 105.5 FM ..... 7:49 am ET


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First Baptist Church
MEXICO BEACH
Located at 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach
Corner of 15th &e California 648-5776
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!



1' "A Reformed Voice
SW in the Community"
ft
'l)BII C M t 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 Faih Chrivian School

TO KNOW CHRISTAND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN
*> ST. JAMES'

EPISCOPAL CHURCH
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 Provided for at 11:00 .....


Card of Thanks Happy Mother's Day
- Ward


The family of Olan "Buddy"
Ward, would like to thank every-
one for their prayers, visits,
food, flowers and kind words
during the illness and death of
our husband, father and friend.
We are so blessed to live in
a community where friends
and neighbors are so willing to
extend their kindness.
A special thank you must
be extended to Dr. Miniat as well
as Troy Huckeba, NHC, and the
Big Bend Hospice staff who took
such good care of Buddy, also
to Sharon McDaniels who was
there day and night and never
seemed to tire.
Thanks to all the sisters in
Relief Society of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints
for making sure there was food
every night. Our family appreci-
ated all your acts of kindness.
With love,
Martha Pearl Ward and fam-
fly
(There are many dishes with
no names-please call or come by
for them)

Men & Women Day

at Mount Carmel


I would like to give tribute, to the mainstay in homes today. ,
Not taking anything from Fathers, but Mothers are here tc
stay.
Many start their day before sunrise with all kinds of chores t6
be done.
There's washing, cleaning and cooking and much of it done on
the run.
Little girls have their hair to fix, little boys can often be a jerk!
It's also bad if she's running late, and has to go to work.
She needs the wisdom of Solomon to settle a problem some-
time.
She could use the strength of Samson, when boys get out of
line.
She needs the patience of Job, when the radio is on too loud.:
Like when they have a party or maybe a little crowd.
I know there are many more things that Mothers have to go
through,
So if you don't hear it from anyone else Happy Mother's Day
to you.

Billy M. Johnson


Children's Choir "All Nighter"

The North Port St. Joe Children's Choir will have an '"All
Nighter" at the Washington Recreation Center on May 12 at 7
p.m.
We will have music, games, food, etc. Ages 6-17. We will
need parents to help chaperone. If you are available to help,
contact Sister Brenda Fisher (850) 227-1771 or Sister Pamila
Harrison, (850) 227-3217.


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Mount Carmel Missionary UIIUIlII I 4lU J0al,
Baptist Church, 300 Avenue D,
Port St. Joe, will be celebrating
their annual Men and Women Victory Temple Church on Martin Luther King Blvd. Is hav-
Day May 21, 2006. ing a church yard sale. Please come and join. It will be held on
Sunday School 10 a.m. Saturday, May 13, 2006 at 7:00 am 12:00 pm. Items for sale
Morning Worship 11 a.m. are furniture, clothes, shoes, and miscellaneous items.
Rev. Luther Baker, Pastor


Thank You from the Keith Family
Your generosity exceeds our ability to demonstrate
Our appreciation for your support during Mother's Home-going experience.
Our heart felt Thank You to everyone on behalf of the daughters and sons of Cora Rouse Keith;
the late Rev. Robert Talmus Keith (Preacher Tal), and their Grandchildren up to the sixth (6) genera-
tions that Mother Cora was able to see during her lifetime.
We are endeared to the Bay Medical Doctors and Staff whose medical care was given until Mother
chose to say what was enough. Hospice showed us a bedside manner that expressed how as a fam Lly
we were fulfilling a part of life to be treasured until the last breathe and beyond. To our many family
members who came from far and near to shoulder the impact of knowing these were our last days
with Mother we say; we love you and thank you for your part. Our community and our neighbors
gathered and initiated a farewell fellowship which served as our Home-going Celebration; your pres-
ence spoke what words can not.
As we go on, so does our love for you who came to embrace us. Mother's church family Saint
James AME extends thanks to our host church Carter Temple Church of God In Christ, the pastors
and members of other churches as well, the youth, the choir, bank officials, business personnel, lead-
ers, and members of various organizations who recognized our needs and responded. We continue in
emotional and spiritual health in part through your continued support.
Last but certainly not least, we acknowledge the prayers, phone calls, words of wisdom, cards,
flowers, food, and various mementos shared with us. You may have been behind the scenes but yoji
will forever be in our hearts and minds.
The Keith Family




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Reatha Lavell Summers
Reatha Lavell (Bill) Summers, age 70, of
Bristol, Florida, passed away Thursday, May 4,
at her home.
Mrs. Summers was born in Jackson County



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WHERE BROKEN VESSELS ARE MADE NEW
""' Rodney G. Leaman, Pastor
850-639-5993 850-639-4588
636 Second Street* Post Office 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

S You're) mongJfriends at I
1Oak Grove assemblyy oGoda
David/A. fernandez. Pastor
Office: 850-227-1837 Parsonage: 850-229-6271
113 Afadisnn Street Tort St. be. FE


and had lived in Bristol since 1993, coming
frbm Port St. Joe. She was a homemaker and
a member of the Bristol Pentecostal Holiness
Church in Bristol.
Survivors include her husband, James
Summers of Bristol; three sons, Eddie
Summers and his wife, Cindy, of Port St. Joe,
Greg Summers and his wife, Pam, of Port St.
Joe and Ricky Summers and his wife, Kari, do
White City; one brother, Aubrey J. Simpson of
Fountain, Fla;' one sister, Mildred Wells of La
Follette, Tenn.; seven grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, May
6 at 2 p.m. at the Bristol Pentecostal Holiness
Church, with Reverend Coy Collins and
Reverend Jim Gosnell officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Lake Mystic Cemetery in Bristol.
The family received friends on Friday at the
Bristol Pentecostal Holiness Church in Bristol!
All arrangements were under the direc-
tion of Marlon Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home ii
Blountstown.

Teresa DeAnne Franklin-


Wednesday Bible Study :U00u p.m. LI vCT I oj5 wisonarrer ra.jo 1 .-. -
www.stjamesepiscopalchurch.org 850-227-1845 Scheduleof Services Teresa DeAnne Franklin, born December
Sunday l7ednesdae 18, 1965, died Saturday, April 29 at age 40.
Sunday School 9:45am ViOd W7eek.Meal 5:00oopm Franklin was born in Sylacauga, Ala. Sh
.Morning'Worship 10:45am M/dWeek/ble Study 6:15pm
1Kidsonthe.M ve:10:45am Ministryino-ctlon 6:15pm is survived by her parents, Jerry and Bettyj
W O rossTraining Youth 6:5pm Parsons of Childersburg, Ala; Doyle and Joy
den'sNinistryv- Monday-7:30pm Smith of Denim Springs, Ga; two daughters,
W 0H P VDyntamic ra se Worship-s7ea&n thee'Word .... Katherine Grund of Birmingham, Ala, Hunter
W Brook Franklin of Cullman, Ala; two brother,
Jerry W. Parsons of Stewartville, Ala, Jeremy
"R i Todd Smith of Bation Rouge, La; four sisters,
WORSHIP & HEALING Jerri Ann Goins of Childersburg, Ala, Deborah
SE RVICE Honeycutt of Sylacauga, Ala, Deana Lachellt
AT TE V H U l Parsons of Childersburg, Ala, Memorie Maynard
A T [ C H U Mexico Beacit Christian Worship Center of Baton Rouge, La; 11 nieces and nephews and
five great nephews.
,* Holding Services at the Mexico Beach Civic Center The funeral was held on May 5 at the
OFYOUR CHOICE Sunday 9:30 AM Radney-Smith Funeral Home Chapel, with inter-
F UE www.mexicobeachcwc.comment following at Marble City Cemetery i
Sylacauga, Ala.
1 No Offering Plate will be passed. Family members served as pallbearers. ,
Memorial messages may be sent to www.
radneysmith.com.
B_ BS_3_ -, ,-B" ,.,_...- ., .. .. ,


Mike Westbrook,
Pastor


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Established 1937 Serving Gulf county and surrounding areas for 68 years The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, May 11, 2006 lB


NOTICE

PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197.402, FLORIDA
STATUTES, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
ASSESSED FOR THE YEAR 2005 ARE NOW
DELINQUENT AS OF APRIL 1ST AND SUCH
TAXES ARE NOW DRAWING INTEREST AT
THE RATE OF 18 PERCENT PER YEAR.
UNLESS THE AMOUNT SET OPPOSITE EACH
NAME BELOW IS PAID, WARRANTS WILL BE
ISSUED THEREON PURSUANT TO CHAPTER
197.413, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND THE TAX
COLLECTOR WILL APPLY TO THE. CIRCUIT
COURT FOR AN ORDER DIRECTING LEVY
UPON AND SEIZURE OF THE PERSONAL
PROPERTY OF THE TAXPAYER FOR UNPAID
TAXES.

SHIRLEY J. JENKINS
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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00022-000
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00225-005
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MARCAP VENDOR FINANCE CORP
00225-075
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MARINE FASHION INC.
00235-000
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MILLIONS HOMES
00239-050
P-0031400 $30.37
MINI MODAL CORP
00252-000
P-0031900 $137.32
NATURE'S PERFECT FOOD
00253-005
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NEEL SYSTEMS INC.
00260-005
P-0033000 $89.77
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00262-000
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00273-025
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and amenities depicted or described herein are conceptual in nature, are of or include incomplete proposed improvements and amenities, and are subject to change or cancellation (in whole or in part) without
notice. Scenes may Include artists' renderings and may be of locations or activities not on the property.The developer reserves the right to modify the plans, materials, features and amenities described and depicted JOE
herein at any time without notice. No guarantee is made that the features, amenities and facilities depicted by artists' renderings or otherwise described herein will be provided, or if provided, will be of the same
type, size or nature as depicted or described. All home sites may be subject to setbacks, easements and other restrictions. St Joe does not guarantee the obligations of unaffiliated builders who may build and
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Joe Middle School. Students
are encouraged to wear
college attire the whole week.
NO HATS! During College
Awareness Week we are also
collecting pennies for the Gulf
County Scholarship Program.
It's the clash of the classes
(2010, 2011, and 2012) to
see who can collect the most
money. Which class has more
"cents"?
Our sixth graders will


enjoy a field trip to Gulf World
on Monday, May 8th.
Beta Club induction will
be held on Thursday, May 18.
Beta Club and Student
Government members will
enjoy a trip to Shipwreck
Island on Saturday, May 20.
Our Award's Day will be
held on Monday, May 22 at
8:30 in the gym. Parents are
invited to attend.
Tuesday, May 23rd is our
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the month of May will enjoy
a dance/party. We also have
early dismissal on the 23rd.
Have a great summer!
You can now go online
and view the reading list for
accelerated reader, lunch
menu and school calendar
are located 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.
Here is your link http:
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subscription has been funded
this year by the Gulf County
Education Foundation to
benefit students and teachers.
This resource is available
24/7 from any computer with
internet access.
Port St. Joe Middle
School
Username: psjms
Password : sharks
Does your child need help
with homework or finding
information on any topic?
"Ask a Librarian" can assist
you Sunday through Friday
from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
and Saturdays from 10:00
am to 5:00 pm. Go to www.
askalibrarian.org and chat
live with a librarian from one
of Florida's public, school, or
academic libraries. Questions
can also be submitted vie e-
mail at any time.


Tutoring is available on
Monday and Wednesdays
from 3:00-4:00 in the
Opportunity Center Building
#1 (located behind the PSJHS
gym). Parents may also use
the Opportunity Center to go
online and view your child's
grades. For more information
call Gloria Gant at 229-9359.
Check out these free
websites for math practice for
the reluctant, disenchanted, or
struggling math student. It is.
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pre-school, up through algebra..
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We still have many students
that need to come by the front
office to pick up your Gold
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free admission to all athletic
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News Column
Faith Christian School


Congratulations to our
Science Fair winners!! In
Group 1 (Grades 5 and 6),
Justin Cothran won first
place with a mosquito con-
trol research display. Our
second and third place win-
ners were Abagail Davis and
Hayden Renshaw. In Group 2
(Grades 7 and 8), Nate Taylor
won with his demonstration
on electromagnetism. Melesa
Smith and Brian Pitts came in
second and third. Thanks to
Mrs. Karen Phelps for organiz-
ing this event and our judges
Pallas Gandy, Roy Carter,
and Shawn Phelps for their
hard work.
Our compliments to Mrs.
Mabel Hodges' second grade
class for producing a collec-
tion of Holy Land projects.
The display, entitled "Growing
Up Where Jesus Lived," was
set up in the Jackie Quarles
Library for all to see. Oil lamps
and lampstands, bread and a
sling, scrolls and clothes, even
scenes from a typical first cen-
tury village were designed and
made by the children. Great
job and kudos go to Emma
Beightol, Kyle Bouington,
Bailee Fontaine, Kaleb Hamm,
Hal'leigh Keels, Reid Kennedy,
Jacqueline LaLuzerne, Taylor
Matincheck, Lael Parker, and
;TY Royal.
Music and smiles will be
the order of the evening Friday,
May 12th at 6:30 PM for our
Kindergarten Graduation pro-
gram. Little ones in K-4 and
K-5 will all be dressed in the
various colors for "The Crayon
Box Song," part of the featured
skit. Thank you, parents, for
your participation. All of our
guests \,ill be delighted to hear
these precious children laugh,
sing, and read. Join us at
Long Avenue Baptist Church
for this annual, end of the year
program.
Please do not forget that
Thursday, May 11t .is the last
'day for extended care, as well
as K-4 and K-5. Friday. May
i21. is the last day for K-2 and
K-3. The children are looking
for summer tune ftu.
The mission ol Faith Bible
Church is "...to make disciples
of all nations (Mt. 28:19-20).
endure faithfulJly all things for
the sake of those who are
chosen so that they also may
-btain the salvation which is
in Jesus Christ 12 Tim. 2:10).
and to devote ourselves to the
teaching of the Word. to fel-
:lowship. to communion and
to prayer (Acts 2:42)." With
God's help, we will strive to
fulfill this mission through the
ministry of FCS.


SHARK

TALK



By: Carmen Hill
There is only one more
day of school for the Class
of 2006! One more day to
wake up as a high school stu-
dent, one more day to attend
classes by the sound of a bell,
one more day to watch WPSJ
Shark Talk, just one more
day. The very first day of high
school we were all scared and
confused and on the very last
day, we are all excited and
wiser. So many years have
passed before out eyes, and
the time has come where we
all part and go our separate
ways.
High school is and has
always been,full of activities.
A couple of weekends ago, the
seniors went on their annual
trip to Orlando, FL. At Grad
Bash, they had the opportu-
nity to party with thousands
of other seniors. While there,


they spent the evening at
Universal Studios and Island
of Adventures riding rides
and attending dance clubs
and concerts. I am very sure
that this will be a trip none of
us seniors would ever forget.
There are many impor-
tant dates for the seniors
that they pretty much would
want to know. Final exams
will be May 11th and 12th,
on Thursday seniors will take
4th-6th period exams and on
Friday lst-3rd period exams.
The senior breakfast will be
on May 19th at 9am. It will be
held at First Baptist Church
and practice will immedi-
ately follow the breakfast.
Baccalaureate is May 21st at
6pm at the R. Marion Craig
Coliseum and the gradua-
tion ceremony will be on May
22nd at 7pm. After gradu-
ation, the seniors have the
opportunity to spend one last
night with their classmates at
Project Graduation which will
be at the Centennial Building
starting at 10:30pm and end-
ing at 5am the next day.
For the underclass-
men, the last day of school
is Tuesday May 23rd and
exams will be May 22nd and
May 23rd.
I would like to say con-
gratulations to the newest
members of the National
Honor Society. Amber Allen,
Eric Brumbagh, Jonathon
Davidson, Edward Flanagan,
Grant Gingell, Carson
Howse, Addie Little, Carolyn


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PUBLIC NOTICE

TOWN HALL MEETING-

The St. Joseph Peninsula Beach Advi-
sory Committee will hold a town hall
meeting to update residents and prop-
erty owners within the proposed proj-
ect area (Stumphole to St. Joseph Pen-
insula State Park) of the status of our
beach nourishment project.


WHEN: 3:00 p.m. EASTERN, May 12,
2006

WHERE: St. Joseph Bay Country Club,
Club House (this location will be
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Publish: April 27. May 4 and May 11, 2006


Marley, Molly Matty, John
Miller, Ashton Norris, Krista
Parker, Elijah Quaranta,
Amber Ropelis, and Matthew
Wright.
It's spring and many
guys are out in the hot sun
working hard to prepare for
the Spring Jamboree. It will
be on May 18th, the Sharks
will host Union County and
Florida High.
To my fellow classmates,
I hope you all will not forget
all of our memories togeth-
er. Some of us has known
each other since kindergar-
ten and some of us have not.
Friendship is not based on
how long you have known
each other, but the fact that
you have taken the time to
know each other. As Senior
Class President, I can say
the High School is full of ups
and downs, but we should
not just remember all the
bad times we had but the
good ones also. I want to con-
gratulate everyone for finally
making it to OUR graduation
and good luck to-you all. May
all of your dreams come true
and always treasure life.


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The Holy Land was recently the object of study by Faith
Christian School's second grade. The class read the book,
Growing up Where Jesus Lived. Each student made a replica
of something familiar in Jesus' life.
From left to right: Lael Parker, lamp and lamp stand;
Emma Beightol, furnished clay house; Taylor Matincheck,
lamp and lamp stand; Bailee Fontaine, stone house; Reid
Kennedy, scroll; Kaleb Hamm, sling; Kyle Bouington, child's
clothing (under tunic, coat tunic, cloak and head cloth).
Students not pictured with their projects: Halleigh Keels,
wine press; Jacqueline LaLuzerne, loaf of homemade yeast
bread; Ty Royal, child's tunic, cloak and scroll (Lord's prayer
in Hebrew) held by Kyle Bouington.



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Send in a clear, sharp color photo of your living pet. Get creative and have fun!
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instructions. Drop off form, photo and entry fee at our business offices The Star, 135 Hwy. 98, Port St. Joe.
The Times -129 Commerce Street, Apalachicola. You may enter as many pets as you wish, but only one pet per
entry. Photos will NOT be returned! Please don't submit your only copy.
* Deadline for all entries is May 25, 2006 by 2 p.m. (CST)
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j The winner will be featured in The News Herald, The Star and The Times Thursday July 20th, and receive a fabulous
gift package as will the top four runner-ups. In addition, the Top 12 vote getters will each receive a photo shoot
to be featured on an individual month page of a 2007 Pet Calendar. The Top 25 finalists' entry photos will be
featured on a "Best of the Best" page in the calendar.


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For three weeks in April the Student Government of Port St. Joe Middle School conducted a Pennies
for Patients campaign for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The generous students of the Middle
School gave $2,520.13. This amount will go into an account to help a seventh grader by the name of
Rudy pay for his treatments for leukemia. Pictures above are the student government members who
worked and encouraged their classmates to participate in such a worthy cause. Hats off to you for a
job well done.


Career Week at Port St. Joe Elementary
May 1-5 was Career Week at Port St. Joe Elementary School. As part of the activities of the
week students participated in a coloring/writing contest. The winners from each grade level are
pictured.
Pre-K: Samantha Burkett, Abbygale Hunt, Joshua Richards
Kindergarten: Brooks Kennington, Kaylin Morgan, Alexis Combs
1st grade: Steven Kerigan (not pictured), Ethan Sander, Emma Doran
2nd grade: Madelyn Flanagan, Caroline Rish, Will Ramsey
3rd grade: Brandi Barnes, Haley McCroan, Megan Hubbard
4th grade: MaKayla Ramsey, Ashlin Morgan, Alexis Strickland
5th grade: Jenifer McLemore (not pictured), Nathaniel Maestri, Brittany Parkerson


Ana Lacivita, Alex King and Kaylin Morgan

Special Students Perform in a Special 'Honor Recital'


Ana Lacivita, Alex King
and Kaylin Morgan accepted
a special invitation to per-
form in the Northwest Florida
Music Teacher's formal 'Honor
Recital,' held on Friday eve-
ning, April 28, at the FSU
auditorium in Panama City.
Only 20 students from


nine Florida State teachers
were selected for this honor.
Performing on the piano, five
year old Ana Lacivita per-
formed "The Glass Slipper" by
Gillock. Alex King performed
"Crazy Cars" by Gutierez and
Kaylin Morgan, also five years
old, performed a vocal solo,


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Following the program,
each student was presented
a special recognition award
for their accomplishments.
All three students study with
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Right, the Norris D. Langston
Youth Scholarship Foundation
recently received a donation of
$1,000 from Progress Energy to
support the foundation's various
initiatives. Pictured here hold-
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

That the Gulf County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing to consider adoption of ordinances with the following titles:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-11 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING
UNIT (THE "MSTU"); DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MSTU;
TO ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES WITHIN THE MSTU TO PRO-
VIDE BEACH EROSION CONTROL AND RENOURISHMENT SERVICES,
FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZING A PLEDGE OF THE MSTU
AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES TO THE RETIREMENT OF DEBT WHEN AP-
PROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE MSTU AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL
LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF DEBT UPON REFERENDUM AP-
POVAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AND
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-12 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE INTERIOR MUNICIPAL SERVICE
TAXING UNIT (THE "MSTU"); DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE
MSTU; TO ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES WITHIN THE MSTU
TO PROVIDE BEACH EROSION CONTROL AND RENOURISHMENT
SERVICES, FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZING A PLEDGE OF
THE MSTU AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES TO THE RETIREMENT OF DEBT
WHEN APPROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE MSTU AS PROVIDED BY
GENERAL LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF DEBT UPON REFER-
ENDUM APPROVAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AND
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2006-13 CRE-
ATING THE CAPE SAN BLAS BAYSIDE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING
UNIT (THE "MSTU"); DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MSTU;
AUTHORIZING THE MSTU TO ANNUALLY LEVY AD VALOREM TAXES
WITHIN THE MSTU TO PROVIDE BEACH VERSION CONTROL AND RE-
NOURISHMENT SERVICES, FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZ-
ING A PLEDGE OF THE MSTU AD VALOREM TAX REVENUES TO THE
RETIREMENT OF DEBT WHEN APPROVED BY THE ELECTORS OF THE
MSTU AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL LAW; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
OF DEBT UPON REFERENDUM APPROVAL; AND PROVIDEDING AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE:
The public hearing will be held during the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioner's meeting on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. E.S.T.
in the County Commissioner's meeting room in the Robert M. Moore
Administration Building, Gulf County Courthouse Complex, Port St. Joe,
Florida.
All interested persons may appear and be heard with respect
to the proposed Ordinances. If a person decides to appeal any deci-
sions made by the Gulf County Commission with respect to any matter
considered at this hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceed-
ings made which would include any evidence upon which the appeal is
to based. In accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act, persons
needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in
this proceeding should contact Lynn Stephens Administrative Assistant,
County Administrator's office at (850) 229-6111, at least two days prior
to the date of the hearing.
A copy of the proposed Ordinances are available for inspec-
tion on weekday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. E.S.T., and 5:00 p.m.,
E.S.T. at the office of the Clerk of Cour5t, Gulf County Courthouse,
1000 C.G. Costin, Sr., Blvd., Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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al books about wild foods,
the first of which was titled
Stalking the Wild Asparagus.
Published in 1962, the book
became an instant hit with
the back-to-nature move-
ment. Mr. Gibbons went on
to become somewhat of a
celebrity, and Post cereals
hired him for a famous Grape
Nuts commercial. His big line
was: "Ever eat a pine tree?
Many parts are edible".
I made a lot of fun of that
commercial, until I learned
how delicious pine nuts are. I


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That's because if you're relo-
cating and working in a new
place, you could qualify for a
generous deduction on your
income tax return.
Regardless of whether you
own or rent, or whether you
itemize your deductions or
take the standard tax deduc-
tion, you can deduct qualified
moving expenses. There are
two "litmus tests," the first
of which is that your new job
location must be at least 50
miles further away than your
old job. Second, you must
remain andwork full-time for
39 out of the first 52 weeks


thought about Euell Gibbons
the other day when my eve-
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of pineapple guavas in full
bloom. I swiped three or four
of the tasty blossoms and ate
them right then and there.
They are delicious flowers.
(And salt tolerant shrubs!) If
more people would cooperate
and plant them, I could eat
my way down the street.
Since there aren't a lot
of pineapple guavas in the
neighborhood, I did a little
research to see what other
flowers I might graze on. Now,
flowers are not usually what


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If for any reason you do not
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amend your next year's re-
turn to delete those moving
costs.
What sorts of expenses quali-
fy? Hiring movers (or just the
moving truck), storage costs
(up to thirty days), even the
gasoline if you drive from your
old home to your new one. So
before your move, designate a
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come to mind when my din-
ner bell rings. They do, how-
ever, make lovely garnishes,
and since I am a voracious
salad-eater, I figure mixing in
a few blossoms with the let-
tuce couldn't hurt.
I'll bet I was barely old
enough to be out of my moth-
er's sight when my older sis-
ter taught me how to pull the
anther through a honeysuck-
le flower and catch the nectar
on my tongue. But I didn't
know that I could simply eat
the flower and get the same
sweet effect.
Early in my gardening
career I had a young man
working with me who talked
about eating daylily buds. He
said they were good. Maybe
the one I tried was too mature,
because it was... not good.
Not good at all. The petals, I
know now, are the tasty part,
but I'm giving the daylily tast-
ing a wide berth.
Vegetable flowers are a
safer bet. Cauliflower and
broccoli are both flowers,
though broccoli is a lot better


pop out. Radish flowers have


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a flavor like the radish itself,
but is sweeter, and less spicy.
Squash blossoms reportedly
taste like squash, and okra
blossoms taste like squash,
too. If fruits are more your
thing, apple blossoms and
citrus blossoms are edible,
but should be eaten in mod-
eration. The citrus flower is
waxy; the apple blossom con-
tains minute amounts of cya-
nide. Herb flowers are good,
too, tasting like the herb
leaves but with milder flavor.
Rosemary is described as
pine-like, sweet, and savory.
Dill, anise, basil, and chives
are all commonly grown herbs
with edible flowers. Lavender
sounds good enough for me
to want to grow some imme-
diately: "...sweet, floral, with
overtones of lemon and cit-
rus", and wonderfully sophis-
ticated floating in -a glass of
champagne.
Bet you didn't know
you could eat hibiscus pet-
als. The experts say those
are actually better boiled and
served as a tea, since the


petals are slightly
acidic. And rose
petals are edible, as
long as you remove
the white part on
the base, as this is
quite bitter. (Now
why didn't I read
that before I went
out and ate one?)
Fragrant roses have
more taste, and
the darker varieties
allegedly have more
taste than paler
varieties.
Yucca petals are
good and crunchy,
and they are easy to
find here on the for-
gotten coast. Even
the yucca filimento-
sa, commonly called
beargrass or Adam'
needle, which grows
wild around here in
the pine flatlands,
have good flow-
ers. Only the pet-
als, though, as other
parts of the plant
may be poisonous.
I've eaten
both pansies and
Johnny-jump-ups.
For a while these
were popular with a
friend of mine who
would use them on top of
cake icing. She took a tray
of cupcakes to a function at
her son's elementary school,
each with a pansy petal on
top, Her son died of embar-
rassment, the kids politely
boycotted the cupcakes, and
even the teacher told the kids
not to eat the flower on top.
So much for educating those
-little ones.
All this makes yet anoth-
er good argument for keeping
pesticides out of our gardens.
The rule of thumb is that you
don't eat any flowers which
may have been contaminated
with pesticides, know what
you are eating, and eat them
sparingly, especially when
you are trying something
new. Some flowers only look
good enough to eat, and not
all foods react the same with
all people. Oh, and pick
them early in the day, as the
flowers will be bitter tasting
by day's end. But do experi-
ment! Euell would be so
proud.


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NOTICE OF GENERAL
ELECTION
I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary
of State of the State of Florida,
do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION will be
held in GULF County, State of
Florida, on the SEVENTH day
of NOVEMBER, A.D., 2006,
to fill or retain the following
offices: United States Senator
Representative In Congress:
District 2 Governor and
Lieutenant Governor Attorney
General Chief Financial Officer
Commissioner of Agriculture
State Senator: District 6 State
Representative: District 6
Supreme Court, Retention of
Three Justices First District
Court of Appeal, Retention of
Three Judges Circuit Judge,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit:
Groups 3 and 8
School Board: Districts 1,
2 and 5 County Commissioner:
Districts 2 and 4 Tupelo
Soil and Water Conservation
District: Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and
5
IN Testimony Wherof, I
Hereunto set my hand affixed
the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, The
Capital, this Second day of
April, A.D., 2006.
Sue M. Cobb
Secretary of State
IN AND FOR THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
MANUEL CASTANEDA,
Plaintiff, Case No.: 06-
'60CA
V.
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF THE ESTATE OF EVA
BROOKSHIRE CASTILLO,
LUDMILLA FRAJDLOVA,
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: 'All unknown heirs of
the Estate of Eva Brookshire
Castillo, Ludmilla Frajdlova ,
John Doe and all parties hav-
ing or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the
property herein described
Defendant, all unknown.
heirs of the Estate of Eva
Brookshire Castillo whose
residences are unknown,
Defendant; Ludmilla Frajdiova
whose last known residence was
Slovakia and Defendant, John
Doe whose residence is unknown
if he/she/they be living, and
if any of the defendants are
dead, the unknown Defendants
who may, be spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and
all parties claiming an interest
by, through, or under or against
the Defendants; who are known
to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the
Spropert7- de.eribed bele"-"
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the line last de .:.rt.d ai;,:,,e
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turn 50 '36' right along said
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more or les' iti ,r thne
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Street PO B.:.x 3i4. P-.n is
Joe FL 12457. on or el:'.,re Mala',
22. 2006 ard tile Lne ,ninnraj
wair, L te Clerk ol" hus, Court M
Gulf Counr,r, Court-:,..ue 1000
CeciU Coiar, S.r Bilv. Pon E


Joe, FL 32456, either before
service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated this 20th day of April,
2006.
CLERK OF COURT
By: Deputy Clerk
Publish April 20, 27, May 4 &
11,2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 06-157DR
MICHAEL LINTON, Petitioner
and
ELAINE JOYCE BATSON,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: ELAINE JOYCE BATSON,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed against
you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on
MICHAEL LINTON, whose
address is 243 W. Orange
Street, Wewahitchka, FL 32465,
on or before June 7, 2006, and
file the original with the clerk of
this Court at 1000 Cecil Costin
Blvd., Port St. Joe, FL 32456
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
petition.
I 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 Circuit Court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may 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 an information. Failure
to comply can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated this 21st day of April
2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT,
COURT
BY: JASMINE HYSMITH
DEPUTY CLERK
Publish: May 4 through May
25, 2006
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF
RESOLUTION ABANDONING
ALLEYWAY/ROADWAY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
PURSUANT TO Section 336.10
Florida Statutes, that the Board
of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida at its reg-
ular meeting on the 25th of
April, 2006, at 6:00 pm, after
duly advertised notice of hear-
ing on said matter, has closed
vacated/abandoned the interest
in the public in the following
described alleyway.
A portion of the County
road lying East of 1st
Street (Angelfish St.i which
dissects parcel R04281.
005R owned by Raflield's
Fisheries, Inc.
Notice hereof shall be pub-
lished one (1) time from the
ad.:.pu:.r. I ie Re lutiorn
alanr,,:-urLn : ,d r.:.-d a',
Bard !' C.:.Counr,

McLemore, Chairman
Attest: Rebecca L. Norris,
Clerk
Pubub.rt r 11 'i 2J0
Ad 2,016 .10 :1
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE
PERMIT
The Depaermernit :.
Enoiur:.n'_enraJ Pr.:,reuor n es
ricace .:,i i[ intent o.:, i sue a
pe.mar to J,.e Cir,' .:. P nr r J,e
to con stru, at ne,, 2 5 mdl,:,r,'
gallon per day surface water
treatment plant consisting of
a raw' water pumping station,
a pre treasture enrt em, solids
.:onta.:t dcla n-fa.:.r.. .u.merred
membrane i.r.:,roCJi au on S.,s.
rem r,-"-.uaj" r.'ar',-. f.niem.d
p,:-,LTjeal-Mrnr c.z em ILriulhed
aler storr ea n-ch zer.ice
pumping :srr,:.n [2-tir.ch :onr,
recting r, er ma-i. .inclidrlg
ns;,ciated aihe:. hl,Fdrari, fit-
tings, and appr-tenar.ces
The intend ,r:. i.sue 'and
appicadinr, fie are available if.:,r'
public inspecu.)n during nor.
mal bu-ireos ruw;., 5 0 ai m
[o 5 00 pFm Mldoradi trough
Fnda., ,e'.cept lebca ho.lhdai i,
t ti.e Flonda Deiartpnmen .cl
Er,' ,r,,nment l Protetrn.
lP:' Go- eernmental Center.
Pen acola Fk.lnda, 3 d.. ..4'"" -
The D.-pa.rrmenrrt adl issue
the pe-rn.,Lr ;-', he attached
Corndr-nr unrle;s a imel,
perJt,:no for an admai-mtraume
hearing fleda under Secnons
12.:, 569 and 120 5-, FIo.nda
Lar'iies "Al-tir,- lfoureen day,'s


of receipt of notice. The proce-
dures for petitioning for a hear-
ing are set forth below.
A person whose substan-
tial interests are affected by the
Department's proposed permit-
ting decision may petition for an
administrative proceeding (hear-
ing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, Florida Statutes. The
petition must contain the infor-
mation set forth below and must
be filed (received by the clerk) in
the Office of General Counsel
of the Department at 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
-Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000.
Under Rule 62-110.106(4),
Florida Administrative Code, a
person may request enlarge-
ment of the time for filing a
petition for an administrative
hearing. The request must be
filed (received by the clerk) in
the Office of General Counsel
before the end of the time period
for filing a petition for an admin-
istrative hearing.
Petitions filed by any per-
sons other than those entitled
to written notice under Section
120.60(3), Florida Statutes,
must be filed within fourteen
days of publication of the
notice or within fourteen days
of receipt of the written notice,
whichever occurs first. Under
Section 120.60(3), Florida
Statutes, however, any person
who has asked the Department
for notice of agency action may
file a petition within fourteen
days of receipt of such notice,
regardless of the date of pub-
lication.
The petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the appli-
cant at the address indicated
above at the time of filing. The
failure of any person to file a
petition or request for enlarge-
ment of time within fourteen
days of receipt of notice shall
constitute a waiver of that per-
son's right to request an admin-
istrative determination (hearing)
under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, Florida Statutes. Any
subsequent intervention (in a
proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the discre-
tion of the presiding officer upon
the filing of a motion in com-
pliance with Rule 28-106.205,
Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes
the material facts on which the
Department's action is based
must contain the following
information:
(a) The name, address, and
telephone number of each peti-
tioner; the name, address, and
telephone ntimber of the peti-
tioner's representative, if any;
the Department permit identi-
fication number and the county
in which the subject matter or
activity is located;
(b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner received
notice of the Department
action;
(c) A statement of how each
petitioner's substantial interests
are affected by the Department
action;
(d) A statement of all dis-
puted issues of material fact.
If there are none, the petition
must so indicate;
(e) A statement of facts that
tia,. .-..' .: er :.:r, r. r : warrant
ie. er, l :.r nmodl.iC':a .:, of the
Depajnrre_-.e a,:l,,n. : -
(f) A concise statement of
the ultimate facts alleged, as
well as the rules and statutes
which entitle the petitioner to
relief; and
(g) A statement of the relief
sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action that the
penoner .'nrt ic e Deparrtinera
to Iake
Be.:a'-,c Lhr al- l iT.. -u-liial.e
'.:..f ou, t- tin a er.: acu.:.rn.
th-filin, of a pFution mn:- n
rra. s te Department i Ir;, fi
action mC., be .different from.
the p.:is--r, taken by it'in this
notice. Person r -h.:.se sub'la-r.-
tial interests -ljt e aff.ectea to .
any such- final decision of the
Depmar.men.r i'e a -the righi ro
petu.ir .:. bec.:-re a p rt, p .:.
the prC.:eed ,g uin a,.,:rdanr:e
-h i Lr., requirem enti :er r I'e-.rrj
ab.:.. -e
in addition to requesinr,g
arI ad-UILruTKi-rae healrin g arl,
peauroner mra elect to pursue
er,d'liar.:. n tme elecor,n may be
acc.mp,[rp.rTd bt, filing %"rih the
Department a medjaon agree-
mernt '".,Tra ill parne:- Co the
pro.:eerng I. e the appL.cant,
ir- Department. and an, per-
'son v.ho r-a diled 5a uimel\ and
suftcierti pen.:,n I:.r a near-
irgi The, ag.eemrenit mu _i c.n.r
S[ian l] rthe LrdurnTraUi.n requred
bi Rule 2' l'',6 4,-J. Flc.na
Adiirutrarj e C.:.de The agree-
mer,-rl mu.i be rc:e,,e? by the
clerk in the Office of General
Counsel of the Department at
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard,
Mial! Stad on 2.5. Taiaahassee.
Flonda 32i399-, 30.,i "thin ter.
dads after the deadline for filing
a peooon. a 7,E 10,rth ab:,,ee
Chtinirg m nle aauon ill notl
adter'-,l, adi'e.:r te nehi ro a
heiri-ngJ U r"rediiatinn ,d.:.- no:
reuli rn .er[raeirerln
A- pro. ded in Se-cti.:,n
120 573 Fnorda Staute:, ]lie
ramelh arTeemernt ,_f adl parues
r.:. MedLaLte ill] roll the uine
lidtattorns iniposed t% Sec:uons
!2,,'@ anrid 120 ,7. Flonda
Suaru.les l'.r holding an am.,run-
iscratine r.,e-inn a&rid icauLr-,


a final order. Unless other-
wise agreed by the parties, the
mediation must be concluded
within sixty days of the execu-
tion of the agreement. If medi-
ation results in settlement of
the administrative dispute, the
Department must enter a final
order incorporating the agree-
ment of the parties. Persons
seeking to protect their sub-
stantial interests that would be
affected by such a modified final
decision must file their peti-
tions within fourteen days of
receipt of this notice, or they
shall be deemed to have waived
their right to a proceeding under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57,
Florida Statutes. If mediation
terminates without settlement
of the dispute, the Department
shall notify all parties in writing
that the administrative hear-
ing processes under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, Florida
Statutes, remain available for
disposition of the dispute, and
the notice will specify the dead-
lines that then will apply for
challenging the agency action
and electing remedies under
those two statutes.
Publish May 11, 2006.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a
meeting of The Northwest
Florida Transportation Corridor
Authority will be held on
Thursday, May 18, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at the Wakulla
County Board of County
Commissioners Commission
Board Room, located behind the
Wakulla County Courthouse,
3056 Crawfordville Highway,
Crawfordville, FL. Any per-
son requiring special accom-
modations to participate in
this meeting is asked to advise
the Corridor Authority at least
48 hours before the meeting
by contacting JoAnn Hofstad
at 850-833-9328 or joann.
hofstad@myfloridahouse.gov.
Publish May 11, 2006.
BID NOTICE
The Gulf County School
Board is accepting bids on
Sanding and Refinishing the
Gym Floor at Wewahitchka
Elementary School. The gym is
100' x 71' with bleachers on
each side when pushed in are
2 1/2 ft wide and 82' long for
a total square footage of 6,895.
The floor should be stripped for
basketball only.
Scope of Work: to remove
all paint and old gym finish
down to wood, removing all
ridges and repair bad wood
until there is a smooth surface.
Apply at least (1) coat of gym
floor seal and at least four coats
of gym finish. Gym finish should
be of a high solid content.Please
pe. ii, .i.:. .: i the finish coat.
Ui pain'e.1 i..nr,.i shall be enamel
paint. ,
Bids should be submitted.
to the maintenance office to
the attention of Greg Layfield,
Maintenance Coordinator.
Opening date for bid May 15,
2006 10:00 AM C.D.T.
If'you have any questions
call (850) 229-8369 or come by
the Maintenance Department at
150 Middle School Road, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456.
Star PO# 996-899
Publish May 11, 2006
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PROJECT s 19.065
PHASE : SURFACE WATER
TREATMENT PLANT
SECTION 00010- INVITATION
TO BIDDERS

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED
BIDS

The City. of Port St. Joe will
receive sealed' bids from any
qualified person, company or
c icrpnrauori interested in con-
structing the following projects:
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PHASE H: SURFACE WATER
TREATMENT PLANT
Plans and specifications can
be obtUa-,ed Preo ,lem-R rn. Incr .
2..'4 .ari.1 a Dnie P.:rn S .i- Joe,
Find. 12,-'4f;. 'S5':,1 22 --.:2,'.
Tre bid m'uit c.:.rdr',:, r SeA.,:unr
19- l.131"1 FrC.nda iL&rurei s :,rn
public enan rrnzes
Compleu. n dare for rhii1
pr.:,.i .:i ...i be 4;i0 da',
trOm -the daie ,,l' the li:,.uce toi
Proceed presented to the. suc-
cessful bidder.
Liquidated damages for fail-
ure to complete the project on
the specified' date will be set at
$500.00 per day.
Pie a e Lrikar- .:.'n tLhe enve-
I"p e rF.at thJi i a ;cled bid,'
the t.d number and rhai the
bid ',:.r
Bids will be received until
5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard
Time, on June 20, 2006 1
at the City of Port St. Jbe, P.O.
B.)x2-8.305CecilG CoGtin.Sr
Bild Pon St Joe FL 324'i7
ard ,-mil be opened ard read
aklud nr, Juire 2U0, :'
at 6 15 p m Ea'ern Standard
Time The Cir. c.l' P,:n Sir Je
rev.ne, .the ngh,' o reie.,' ,an',
arn.I all bid.,
lo-'. r Plan and
E.pelai:tcaron will be t. 7'a' 00
p,:r -et and i. non-refundable
Check. .-rould be made payable
to PREBLE- RiH, [TiC
Puibl.r, (,la, I I. 1.00 .,


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As part of Arson
Awareness Week May 7-13,
the State Fire Marshal's Office
will hold an Open House and
Exposition to urge the com-
munity to help combat meth-
amphetamine (meth) manu-
facturing and the risk of fire
and explosions these clan-
destine labs pose. The event
will be held Tuesday, May 9,
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
2683 Jenks Avenue office of
the Bureau of Fire and Arson
Investigations.
"Meth labs have been
found in rural, city and sub-
urban areas, in houses, apart-
ments, motel rooms, vehicles,
back rooms of commercial
businesses and elsewhere,"
said State Fire Marshal Tom
Gallagher. "Everyone has a
role to play in fighting this
epidemic."
The State Fire Marshal's
Office, Bureau of Fire and
Arson Investigations, has
responded to more than 50
methamphetamine lab fires
or explosions in the last two
years. In Northwest Florida,
meth labs were report-
ed seized last year in Bay,
Escambia, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Okaloosa, and
Walton counties.
The chemicals used to
create meth are highly toxic
and flammable, and many
labs are also booby-trapped.
As a result, more than 1,000
first responders have been
injured in meth labs found in
16 states, including Florida,
since 2001. Nearly half of all
children rescued from homes
or living areas used as meth
labs test positive for meth and
need urgent medical care.
Gallagher is distributing
a brochure urging the public
to get involved and report:
Strong chemical
odors such as ether,-ammo-
nia (smell similar to cat urine)
and acetone (smells similar to
fingernail polish)
Evidence of chemical
waste or dumping
Unusually active
human traffic and activity in

Fire Ants: Their True

1When it comes -to fire
ants, most people prefer to
wipe the venomous little var-
mints off the face of the Earth
or at least out of their own
back yards. The reviled South
American native that invaded
the U.S. Sun Belt via 1940s
Mobile, Ala., is known in
biology circles as Solenopsis
invicta and everywhere else
as a painful pest in the grass,
so to speak.
Then there's Walter R.
Tschinkel.
An ardent fire ant fan and
one of its foremost research-
ers for more than 30 years,
Florida State University's
Distinguished Research
Professor' of Biological
Sciences is ,the author of
an encyclopedic new tome
aptly titled "The Fire Ants" -
that peers have called defini-
tive and lay readers are likely
to find both engaging and
instructive.
In fact, an April 25
review in the New York Times
declared, "This is what the
public needs to know about
science, not just the results
presented in the driest form
possible."
Throughout 723 anything-
but-dry pages, Tschinkel
aims to help readers better
understand, if not appreci-
ate, both the social biology
and ecology of a despised
creature and the hows and
whys of scientific research.
Along the way, he offers rare
glimpses into the sometimes
maddening lab-and-field lives
of "myrmecologists" scien-
tists who specialize in the
study of ants.
S Why lire ants? "It's a no-
brainer," he said. They are
wonderful animals. I love
them."
Hot off the Harvard
University Press in mid-April,
"The Fire Ants" features a
cover photo of a magnified
S. invicta that only a mother
or mTyrmecologist could love,.
though Tschinkel hopes read-
ers will eventually succumb
to its charms. His opening
chapter explains that the book
was written in part for those
"still open-minded enough to
be intrigued, charmed, or fas-
cinated."


"The notoriety of pest-
hood has certainly created
a large fire ant folklore and
score's of amusing factoids,"


and out of property or home
at odd times of day and night
including frequent visitors
The frequent burning
of "trash" on a property
Curtains always
drawn or windows blackened
or covered with aluminum
foil
Excessive amounts
of cold medicines containing
ephedrine or pseudoephed-
rine
Propane tanks with
burn marks or altered valves
Charcoal starting
fluid containers opened from
the bottom
Heating sources
such as hotplates, torches or
camp stoves
The brochure is available
at www.fldfs.com/fightmeth.

Three suspects have
been charged with operat-
ing a methamphetamine lab
that sparked an explosion
in a Destin motel room on
December 6, 2005.
The early morning fire
displaced numerous hotel
guests and caused an esti-
mated $100,000. in damag-
es. As the fire burned out
of control, four subjects fled
the motel without alerting
the motel guests, the front
desk employee or calling 911.
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
deputies arrested one of)the
subjects and reportedly seized
a mini-meth lab and chemi-
cals for processing meth from
her gray Dodge truck while
she was parked irn the park-
ing lot of another motel.
In August 2004, the
Northwest Region Explosive
Ordnance Team led by
Detective Thomas Bosco
responded to a home 'meth
lab in Washington County
that took the EOD team three
days to dismantle 29 pipe
bombs. The Washington
County Sheriff's Office,
Tyndall AFB, Capital Security
and Leon County EOD Team
assisted in the operation.
The Legislature this
'year passed legislation that


Gallagher pushed that:

Authorizes the
Department of Children and
Families to begin dependency
proceedings for the immedi-
ate removal of children found
at meth labs.
Allows the courts to
hold meth producers with-
out bail while awaiting trial.
This provision was included
at the request of law enforce-
ment because meth produc-
ers, once released on bail,
immediately begin producing
the drug again.
Extends criminal
penalties to include firefight-
ers and other emergency
response personnel injured
or killed while responding to
a meth lab (third-degree fel-
ony if injured; second-degree
felony if killed or severely
injured).
Prevents first
responders from having life
or health insurance canceled
because they have tested
positive for meth as a result
of performing their job.
The State Fire Marshal's
Office has provided intensive
meth lab training to nearly
700 emergency responders,
and this summer the State
Fire Marshal's Office and
FDLE will hold courses to
certify 50 additional officers
who can respond to and dis-
mantle meth labs.
The Bureau of Fire and
Arson Investigations is the
law enforcement branch of
the Division of State Fire
Marshal that assists other
state and local fire and law
enforcement agencies in
the investigation of fires of
suspicious origin. Anyone
with information about this
case or any incident of fire is
asked to call 1-877-662-7766
(1-877-NOARSON). -,
Information may also be
mailed to The Bureau of Fire
and Arson Investigations,
105A Lewis Street, Suite 103,
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida,
32547.


Story Told By The Scientist Who Loves Them


he writes, though that same
notoriety has generated sub-
stantial research as well.
From a list of S. invicta's
most endearing qualities he
cites abundance; there's no
shortage of lab samples. It's
a low-maintenance animal'
without highly specialized
habits: what scientists learn
can be applied to other types
of ants as well. Naturally,
there's no end to public inter-
est in the exotic transplant
albeit mostlyv in the form of
fear and loathing. The loath-
ing seems a little unfair, since
opportunistic fire ants 'will
devour termites, ticks, wee-
vils, mosquitoes and other
major threats to Southern
plants, property and people.
Like a sort of subter-
ranean family album, "The
Fire Ants" details emigration,
growth, struggle, develop-
ment and death in a com-
plex nest of interdependent
relationships marked by
cooperation, competition and
conflict. There's a queen -
sometimes lots of them but
everybody has a vital role to
play. Change is inevitable. So
are class, sex, betrayal and
new beginnings.
And size matters, says
Tschinkel. In mature colo-
nies, unusual variability
known as polymorphism pro-
duces big-headed workers
20 times heavier than their
smallest counterparts.
Between chapters sci-
ence-rich enough for biolo-
gists but accessible to edu-
cated readers, "The Fire Ants"
has "Interludes" wry asides
on the pleasures and pit-
falls as scientists measure
and manipulate the ants
they love (and that do indeed
sting them). Tschinkel's
anecdote on shelter is titled
"There's Nothing Like Getting
Plastered," and among oth-
ers, there's also -Another
Immigrant Moves West,"
"You Call That Pain?" "The
Heartbreak of Parasitoids"
and "Gang Wars."
With sizeable grants
from the U.S. Department of
Agriculture and the National
Science Foundation, the
intrepid researcher has
probed the secrets of ant
society from North Florida's
Apalachicola National Forest
to the pastures of Southwood
Plantauon a corporate cattle


farm just east, of Tallahassee
- to area strip malls. The'
parking lot behind a local
grocery store is a particular
favorite.
-"Fire ants specialize iri
exploiting disturbed habitat,
and they've thrived- in part
because humans have done a
lot of disturbing," he said. 1
Other fun facts center
on the familiar dirt mound
around which smart humans
cut a wide swath; it's actu-
ally a solarium that collects
heat to warm its residents.
The tunnels below it hold
anywhere from a few dozen
to several hundred thousand
of the highly territorial crit-
ters (Tschinkel has counted
them but says it's not easy).
A mature colony can encom-
pass approximately 300 feet
of underground foraging tun-
nels about 20,000 ant body-
lengths. On a human scale,
that's the. staggering equiva-
lent of 20 miles or more.
On the FSU faculty since
1970, Tschinkel's wide-rang-
ing research has also encom-
passed the ecology of arbo-
real ants (a main food of-
the endangered red-cockaded
woodpecker) and the natural
history of the Florida har-
vester ant or "any other spe-
cies that strikes us as neat,"
he said.
As for the much-maligned
fire ant, he points to what
he calls a 50-year-old mis-
conception about shrinking
native ant populations.
Turns out it's not the
competition with fire ants,
as many believe, but rather
the ecological havoc created
by disturbed habitats fire
ants thrive in them, natives
don't. Consequently, the
USDA has wasted millions on
what Tschinkel calls politi-
cally motivated campaigns to
eradicate S. invicta with little
or no improvement in native
survival to show for it.
"Fire ants have been the
victims of a good deal of bad
science," he said.
Ironically, 75 percent of
the so-called native ants that
inhabit disturbed habitats
alongside S. invicta are immi-
grants, too. Like their per-
secuted cousins, some hail
from South America and
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14B THE STAR PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY MAY 11, 2006


EMPLOYMENT WV






BUSINESS & FINANCIAL


REAL ESTATE


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For Sale?


ANNOUNCEMENTS
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1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements
1130 Adoptions
1140 Happy Ads
1150 Personals
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1170 Found







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IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD
YOUR MEDICINES AND
DON'T HAVE PRESCRIP-
TION COVERAGE, YOU
COULD GET YOUR MED-
ICINES FOR FREE OR
NEARLY FREE.
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PETS. & ANIMALS.,
2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted




21o0

FINCHES
male & female ,w/cage.
Both for $35.00 Call
227-9438 Lv. message


GERMAN SHEPHERD
puppies for sale, $165 for
sable and white, $145 for
regular. Shots and
wormed. 850-227-9595
leave msg.


There are specific Flori-
da Statutes applicable
to the sale of dogs and
cats within the state or
transportated into the
state for the purpose of
selling.
Please research Flori-
da Statute 828.29 (Dogs
and cats transported or
offered for sale; health
requirements; consumer
guarantee) before
you offer for sale a cat
or dog.

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MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210 Free Pass it On
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

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S 3160

USED MINOLTA COPIER
with network printing du-
plex finisher $999 + tax
769-4385 Debbie





ANTIQUE DINING ROOM.
SUIT, Table with 6 chairs,
china cabinet, side board,
needs refinishing, $295.00
Call 647-3499.





5 FAMILY YARD SALE!
May 13th, SAT. 8am-?
1604 Monument Ave. Sure
To Have Something You
Are Looking For Or Need!!

GARAGE SALE! SAT.
7:30-? No Early Birds.
1310 Palm Blvd. HP De-
sign Jet Plotter- like new,
computers with monitors,
Nautical -equipment, AC
gauges, brand new kitch-
en appliances, brand new
children shoes- all sizes,
baby clothes & toys, Nice!
New books, Halloween
costumes. This Is NOT
Junk- MUST SEEI To buy
Early call 229-5205.


FAITH'S THRIFT HUT
i-lumarie So.I:el', 100c"
Tenir, Stre l PSJ Siore
c..er, Thur Fr i an., Sat
from 10am Lil 2pm. Golf
cart for sale among other
treasures. Donations Wel-
come.

KK: ST.JOE BEACH 238
Ponce DeLeon. FRI & SAT
8-2pm (Eastern), Large se-
lection of items including
clothing, crafts, small appl.
Nordic Track, books &
much more.

KK: WHITE CITY 1111
Pridgeon Rd. Sat May 13
8am-4pm. Computer print-
er, recliner, ceiling fan, apt.
refrig.

YARD SALE 1907 Cy-
press Ave. SAT. 4/8
8:00am-? Misc household
items, great buys & more.





LADIES DIAMOND RING
7 round brilliant stones
(1.0ct.) Set in 14k 2 tone
mounting w/ diamond ring
guard. Guard is w/ 10
round brilliant diamonds
(.25ct.). Set in 14k yellow
gold "V" designed. Ap-
praised by Maharaja's at
$2595 selling for $1800.
Call 227-5770 or 648-5081





38Ft like new travel trailer
& 12x28 new storage shed.
832-5474 or 229- 220-1423

Steel Buildings
4 ONLY- 40X60, 50x80,
80x100, 100x250. MUST
MOVE. Call Today. Selling
For the Balance.
1-800-411-5869 Ext 101


S 2


NEED TO LOOSE
WEIGHT?
FREE WEIGHT
COUNSELING
653-9090



ANGEL DUSTERS, Home,
Office Commercial, Exe
ref, Lic, reasonable rates,
call Susan 850-227-4710
OLD MAIDS BY THE BAY
INC cleaning service. Resi-
dential, vacation rental.
Pressure washing. Call
229-1654. Leave message.




Bushhogging
Call Pat & Larry
@648-6652
D&D's LAWN SERVICE.
Reliable Mexico Beach
couple will landscape,
mow. Storm Clean Up.
Also Available for Port St.
Joe, Wewa & The Cape.
Dan & Diana 227-8225 or
648-5081 or 227-5770


MOWING-
Cost Cutters Lawn Serv-
ice Great rates, reliable
quality lawn care Long
term budget plans. Call Art
today for estimate office
850-648-5934 cell 906-
748-2688 email:
Zicoqy(gtcom.net





SMALL BACK HOE Serv-
ice, Howard & Sons. Ask
for luke. Call 762-8123 or
340-1790




GOLDEN RULE PET SIT-
TING SERVICE. Perfect
alternative to kenneling
your 4 legged kids. Re-
ferred by local vet. Relia-
ble pet sitter/pet owner.
Does home visits while
you are away. In business
7 years. Call Diana or Dan
227-5770 or 648-5081 or
227-8225


EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales/Telemarketing
4130 Employment
Information






Administrative
RECEPTIONIST A great
career awaits you at Wa-
terfront Living Marketing
and Publishing home of
Waterfront Living Maga-
zine. Strong PC skills,
highly organized, depend-
able and good customer
relations skills. Busy pro-
fessional office, small
team, great people, good
pay and benefits. Apply:
careers@
waterfrontmp.com ,.fax re-
sume 227-3127 or call
Robb at 850-227-3118


Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No ex-
perience required. Werner
Enterprises has immediate
openings for entry-level
semi drivers. Our avg. Driv-
ers earn more than $36k
first year. 60% of our driv-
ers get home night-
ly/weekly. 15-day CDL
training available in your
area. Call today
1-866-280-5309


Drivers
WANTED FOR LOCAL
COMPANY. Home every
night. 1 year ex. Clean
MVR. Class A & B license.
$300 Sign- On -Bonus af-
ter 90 Days. 769-9136.


Drivers
WANTED FOR LOCAL
COMPANY. Home every
night. 1 year exper. Clean
MVR. Class A & B license.
$300 Sign-'On -Bonus af-
ter 90 Days. 769-9136.


General
BAYSIDE
LUMBER &
BUILDING
SUPPLY
Now accepting applica-
tions for the following
positions:
*Millwork Delivery Driv-
er
*Yard/Forklift Operator
Excellent Benfits.
Apply in person to:
Bayside Lumber
516 first St.
Port St. Joe, FL


General
CABIN CLEANER
Needed, $10/hr. 40hrs/wk.
Office Assistant with
.strong phone, customer
relation & Computer skills.
$10/hr/40hr/wk,
Both positions are req'd to
have a valid DL. Apply at:
St. Joseph State Park,
850-227-1327


Independent
Contractors
Iridep,-ndent contractors
are needed to perform
housekeeping services for
a fast paced vacation rent-
al company on St. George
Island. Must work week-
ends and have a reliable
mode of transportation.
Apply in person at:
Resort Vacation Properties
of St. George Island, Inc.'
125 West Gulf Beach
Drive
St. George Island, FL
For information call:
850-927-2322 ext. 140

General
JOB NOTICE
The Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners is
accepting applications for
Public Works/Solid. Waste/
Mosquito Control Office
Manager. Applications and
a complete job description
are available in our HR of-
fice or at www. gulf coun-
tygovernment.com Salary
Range TBD based on ex-
perience. Application dead
line is Friday, 05/12/06
5:00 pm EST. For more in-
formation, please contact
Denise Manuel, Human
Resources Director at
850-229-5335. Gulf Coun-
ty enforces a Drug-Free
Workplace Policy and is
an Equal Opportunity/ Af-
firmative Action Employer.

General
Pest Control
Technician
needed
Experience helpful but will
train the right person. Must
have a clean Florida Driv-
ers License. Must be avail-
able to work 40 hours a
week or more if needed.
Apply in. person at 321 B
Reid Ave from 9:00-11:30
or 1:00-3:00

General
REEL REPAIR
PERSON
EXPERIENCED
Call 229-6031

Administrative
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT

Get a head-start on your
career today The St Joe
Co. currently has numer-
ous openings for adminis-
trative assistants to pro-
vide admin support in Port
St Joe. Qualified candi-
dates must have 2-3 years
admin experience and pro-
ficiency in MS Excel, MS
Word and MS Outlook is
required. Opportunity to
advance is likely with the
right initiative. Must be a
team-player, professional
and very detail-oriented.
We offer great pay and an
excellent benefits package

Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.


Avon
Earn 50%
Now Only $10 for KIT + Free Gift
Call Cheri Maxwell
850-653-2137


| 4100 1
Adminisiralve
Assistant
Project Manager

St Joe Towns & Resorts
has been recognized as
the nation's premier devel-
oper of resort and residen-
tial communities. The St
Joe mission is to plan, de-
velop, build, and operate
master-planned residential
and resort communities,
by offering real estate ser-
vices to a broad spectrum
of customers. Currently,,
St. Joe Towns & Resorts is
seeking an Assistant Proj-
ect Manager for the Port St
Joe area. The APM Will
manage all elements .of
business planning, entitle-
ments, planning, design
and construction of resort
residential communities.
General knowledge of
project management, fea-
sibility analysis, and cost
benefit analysis are essen-
tial. Must have excellent
communication and multi-
tasking skills. Minimum 4
year degree and 5 years of
combined technical train-
ing and related project
management experience
required. Engineering or
construction education
preferred. Basic knowl-
edge of Auto CADD and
MS Project a plus. We of-
fer great pay and an excel-
lent benefits package.
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.

General
RESIDENTIAL
SALES
You'll work with
homeowners to inspect &
identify the need for servic-
es, and build your busi-
ness in Panama City. We
seek professional driven
closer with sales experi-
ence. You'll also need a
clean driving record, and
pre-screen drug & back-
ground checks. We offer
first year earning potential
to $35K, comprehensive
paid training & outstand-
ing benefits.
Please apply in person at
1337 W. 19th St.,
Panama City, FL 32405

At Terminix, you'll find an
environment that is built
around your success. Our
career paths & training
programs can help you
advance as far as you
want. That is, if you're a
motivated person with ex-
ceptional sales & cus-
tomer service skills who's
ready to join a Fortune 500
leader. From here, your
potential could take you
anywhere.
TERMINIX
Success Breeds Success


I 4100
G-nerai
REEL REPAIR
PERSON
Part Time
Must have some experi-
ence. Mainly Penn &
Shimano
Call
850-229-1100

General
SECURITY OFFICERS- at
PORT ST.JOE. Class D Se-
curity Guard License req'd.
Excellent pay & benefits.
For info Call Captain
Simmons 850-229-8271
ext. 216

Healthcare

NURSING
TRAVEL RNs
CALIFORNIA
13-26 Week Assignments
San Francisco, Napa Val-
ley, Los Angeles, San Die-
go, Palm Springs+ sur-
rounding cities.
* Excellent Wages/
Benefits
Up to $100,000/year
* Paid Housing or Subsidy
* Med/Dental Ins. & 401(k)
* Completion Bonus
* Travel Reimbursement
* Immigration Sponsor-
ship
* 24/7 Mgt Support UNI
Call: (877) 256-7497
Fax (916) 641-0727
Email:
ztrefry@unihcr.com

Management
DEVELOPMENT
MANAGER

St Joe Towns & Resorts
has been recognized as
the nation's premier devel-
oper of resort and residen-
tial communities. St Joe's
mission is to plan, devel-
op, build, and operate
master-planned residential
and resort communities,
by offering real estate ser-
vices to a broad spectrum
of customers. St Joe
Towns & Resorts currently
has an opening for a De-
velopment Manager to
oversee varied and dy-
namic projects in the Port
St Joe area. BS in Civil
Engineering/Building Con-
struction or 10 years in
Site Work Development re-
quired. Certification in
NPDES is a must. This po-
sition requires extensive
experience with contracts,
costestimating, budget
tracking, scheduling, plat-
ting and knowledge of MS
Excel, Word, Project and
AutoCAD. We offer great
pay and an. excellent ben-
efits package.
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.


Now Hiring for local Job Opportunity

Marketing Position

Team feeling of pride and ownership.
Not trapped in the office everyday.
Strong Relationships, Strong Clients.
We're looking for a Product Specialist for a REALTOR marketing
system. Successful candidate will train REALTORS to use our
proven multimedia tools to increase their real estate sales. Must
have strong computer skills. Background as a REALTOR@ assis-
tant and/or mortgage loan processor is a plus. Detailed orientated
multi-tasking organizer who meets strict deadlines under pressure.
Send resume to rex@easyads.net


I 4100 I
General
DAY SPA IN PSJ. iool.rng
lor lie massage inerapisi
hau stylish and manicuNsi
Alio need 850.22 -9727
Healthcare
BUSY MEDICAL
OFFICE
Seeking Full time, profes-
sional office personnel.&
CNA or MA Computer and
clerical experience neces-
sary. Must have excellent
people skills.. Inquiries
please contact 850-596
-3509 to apply.
Healthcare
NHC
HOMECARE
Quality Care
Is Our Business
PART TIME PRN/RN
Are you looking for a frest
start; something new? If
so, NHC Homecare is a
place for YOU! Our Port
St. Joe Homecare Pro-
gram is a partner- friendly
agency seeking a Part
time PRN/RN to provide
skilled care to our home-
bound patients. Mileage
reimbursed. Interested
parties may fax their re-
sume to: 850-299-2725.
Attn: Gina Ferland, Admin-
istrator, or apply locally at:
418 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
EOE/DFWP
Medical
Suwannee
Medical Personnel

"Staffing Medical Profes-
sionals Since 1988"
Office Opening in
Panama City Soon
Local Per Diem &
Contracts avail. NOW!
RN'S $26 $35/Hour
LPN'S $16 $25/Hour
CNA'S $11 $14/Hour
TOP SALARY *
DAILY INSTANT PAY
DIRECT DEPOSIT *
SIGN ON BONUS
RN $150 LPN $100
** CNA $50
Now offering the Instant
Pay Cardil
"NO WAIT'
MEDICAL BENEFITS
Work One day a Week,
One day a year or Every-
day ... it's up to you!
NOW HIRING -
OPENINGS AVAILA-
BLE IMMEDIATELY
CALL 1-866-889-4488
(Panama City & Dothan)

Apply on line at
www.suwannee
medical.com


Bank Teller

Bayside Savings
Bank has a full time
teller position avail-
able. Qualifications
include cash han-
dling and customer
service experience,
PC skills and a pro-
fessional image.
Saturday work re-
quired. Applications
may be picked up at
202 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Drug Free Work-
place. EOE.


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GET PAID TO
FILM SPORTS
Learn to edit video. Great
part time job. Call Erik
Saunders, 850-229-1393.
Healthcare
HOME HEALTH CARE
RN, LPN, CNA PT Social
Worker, Part time & PRN,
Fax resume to 522-4207 or
call 522-4211 for app.
JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe is
accepting applications for
the following positions:

*Administrative
Secretary
Salary DOQ
*Special
Master/Magistrate
Salary DOQ
Applications may be pick-
ed up and returned to the
Municipal Building
305 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, FLA 32456.
Application period will be
opened until positions are
filled.
The City of Port St. Joe en-
forces a Drug-Free
Workplace Policy and is
an Equal Opportuni-
ty/Affirmative Action
Employer.
NEED BID
on small ceiling drywall job.
Call 229-6387 for more in-
formation.
Professional

Tyndall

Port St. Joe
Branch

Full and Prime Time
positions available
-Financial Sales
Representative
-Teller

Go to our website for
more information on
current openings and to
complete an
application.
www.tyndallfcu.org
Equal Opportunity
Employer
Professional
DESIGN
COORDINATOR

St Joe Towns & Resorts
has an exciting opportunity
available in Port St Joe as
a Design Associate in our
Creative Services Depart-
ment. This independent,
outgoing individual will co-
ordinate the design op-
tions process of finishes
for single-family and multi-
family homes while insur-
ing that all policies are
met. Duties .include: data
entry, schedule appoint-
ments, provide support
and guidance to custom-
ers as it pertains to the se-
lection process, order ma-
terials and compose cor-
'respondence. 3-4 years of
'experience in Interior De-
sign or related position is
'required. Interior Design
Education pref'd. Pleasant
and courteous manners
are essential. Qualified
.candidate must be willing
to work some evenings
and weekends. We offer
great pay and an excellent
benefits package!
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
,rebecca.standige@joe.
,com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
,application and resume.
.Equal Opportunity Em-
pployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.


Professional
CLOSING
COORDINATOR

Do not miss out on this ex-
citing opportunity to work
for one of Florida's best
employers! WindMark
Beach Sales Center in Port
St Joe has an immediate
opening for a Closing Co-
ordinator. Individual
should have previous real
estate closing and title
work experience or mort-
gage experience. Attention
to detail and the ability to
handle multiple tasks in a
fast-paced environment re-
quired. We offer great pay
and an excellent benefits
package!
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.
Professional
Development
Superintendent
St Joe Towns & Resorts is
currently seeking an expe-
rienced Development Su-
perintendent. Duties shall
include but not be limited:
being responsible for over-
seeing all aspects of site
work construction includ-
ing; overseeing the con-
struction and adminis-
tering of roadways, utili-
ties, hardscape, landscape
and irrigation; scheduling,
utility company coordina-
tion, budget compliance,
permit compliance, punch
list compliance and turn-
over. Position requires AS
in Civil Engineering Tech-
nology/ Building Construc-
tion Technology or 5 years
of responsible experience
in Site Work Development
(construction/ implemen-
tation/design) to include
roadways, water, sewer,
drainage, irrigation, con--
duits, lighting, hardscape
and landscape. This po-
sition also requires experi-
ence in cost estimating,
budget tracking and work-
ing knowledge of Microsoft
Excel, Word and Project.
Experience in AutoCAD a
plus. We offer great pay
and an excellent benefits
package.
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.
Professional
JOB NOTICE

The Gulf County Board
of County Commis-
sioners is accepting ap-
plications for a
Grant Writer
Applications and a com-
plete job, description are
available' in our HR of-
floe or at:
www.gulfcounty
government.com
Salary Range TBD
based on experience.
Application deadline is
Friday, 5/26/06 5:00
pm ET. For more infor-
mation, please contact
Denise Manuel, Human
Resources Director at
850-229-5335. Gulf
County enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace
Policy and is an Equal
Opportunity / Affirmative
Action Employer.


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Professional
JOB NOTICE

The Gulf County Board
of County Commis-
sioners is accepting ap-
plications for

Building Inspector
as described in FS
468.609. Applications
and a complete job de-
scription are available in
our HR office or at:
www.gulfcounty
government.com
Salary Range of $29,500
$34,680 Application
deadline is Friday,
5/26/06 5:00 pm EST.
For more information,
please contact Denise
Manuel, Human Re-
sources Director at
850-229-5335. Gulf
County enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace
Policy and is an Equal
Opportunity / Affirmative
Action Employer.
Professional
MARKETING COORDI-
NATOR/front office pro-
fessional needed for busy
advertising agency and
magazine. Ensure clients
receive timely updates on
orders, track progress of
job completion, handle
QuickBooks billing and re-
porting. Strong PC skills,
highly organized and good
customer relations skills.
Small team, great people,
good pay and benefits.
Apply:
waterfrontmp.com and
call Jody at 850-227-3118
Professional
PROJECT
COORDINATOR

St Joe Towns & Resorts is
currently seeking a Project
Coordinator in Port St Joe.
The PC manages the work
of project teams including
contractors and consult-
ants and reports to the
Project Manager. Respon-
sible for managing project
scope, budget and sched-
ule for approved projects.
Experience in evaluating
consultant proposals, con-
tracts, processing invoices
and negotiating change
orders preferred. MS
Word, Excel, Outlook com-
puter skills required. Do
not miss out on this excit-
ing opportunity to work for
one of Florida's best em-
ployers! We offer great
pay and an excellent ben-
efits package!
Please fax your resume
to 850-229-7952, email to:
rebecca.standige@joe.
com or visit careers.joe.
com to submit an online
application and resume.,
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer Pre-Employment
Drug Screening Required.
Professional
REAL ESTATE CLOSING
ASSISTANT needed. Busy
firm looking for experi-
enced individual with 2-3
years of processing high
volumes of real estate
transactions in either attor-
neys, real estate office or
mortgage company. Must
be extremely organized,
ability to multi-task and
possess a great attention
to detail. Strong computer
skills, good customer rela-
tions skills and a can-do
attitude required. Small of--
fice with great people,
good pay and benefits.
Apply at:
careers(@
forgottencoast
development.com or call
850-648-1010.


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STORAGE
Day: 227-7200
Night: 647-3882
St. Joe Beach


Technical
EMPLOYMENT Opportu-
nity in South Florida! Land
Based Deep injection well
contractor has the follow-
ing opening: Cementing
Supervisor. Duties and Re-
sponsibilities: Coordinates
and oversees cementing
service line work at the
well site. Provides the
planning necessary for the
job by providing instruc-
tions to the crew and
equipment used. Directs
the activities of the crew
during the rigging up an
rigging down at a location.
Coordinates the clean up,
repair, and preparation of
equipment for the next job.
Top pay plus benefits, ve-
hicle allowance relocation
expense. Fax resume
239-489-4545 or contact
Dan at 239-489-4444.
MUST PASS TEST PHYSI-
CAL & DRUG TEST. Drug
Free Workplace
Trades


Trades
ELECTRIC
METER
CHANGE-OUT
FIELD
TECHNICIAN
How would you like to
earn some $$$ during
the summer months?
Utility Meter Services is
looking for temporary
meter change-out field
technicians in the Pt. St.
Joe area. Must have val-
id FL DL, pass pre-em-
ployment drug test and
background check We
will train qualified indi-
viduals. Starting Salary
will be $15/hr. Please
call 407-831-6669 or
send resume to : UMS
(a) Asplundh.com
UMS EOE
Trades
GILLMAN MARINE is now
Hiring a Fiberglass/ Lami-
nator, with experience in
boat building. Salary DOE.
Bonuses and Vacations
available. Call for more in-
formaton 763-7710 2311
First Plaza, PC 32401
Trades
PAINTERS & Exper
SPRAYER Needed. Full
time, long term project, in
Mexico Beach/Port St Joe
area, pay DOE. Call Jeff
850-258-3478.
Trades
YOUNGOUIST BROTH-
ERS, INC. Excellent Job
Opportunity in South Flori-
dal Positions Available:
*Drillers *Derricks *Floor
Hands. Excellent benefits
package available after. 90
days. Fax resume
239-489-4545 or contact
Cliff at 239-489-4444.
MUST PASS PHYSICAL &
DRUG TEST. Drug Free
Workplace


4110 |-
General
PAYING TOP DOLLAR
For route drivers. No expe-
rience necessary, local
routes. Expect to earn an
access of $1000 weekly.
Company vehicle provid-
ed. Regular DL ok. call Big
Ron at 850-276-3755 or
850-785-9922




*REMEMBER:*
Ads in this classifica-
tion may or may not re-
quire an investment or
may be multi-level mar-
keting opportunities. We
do not recommend giv-
ing credit card or bank
account information out
over- the phone. Always
research the company
you plan to do business.
with BEFORE investing.

Clerical
Administrative
Earn $12-$48/hour. Full
benefits. Paid training. Var-
ious Government Positions
Available. Homeland Secu-
rity, Law Enforcement,
Wildlife and more.
Call 7 days
1-800-320-9353, Ext 2139
EARN UP TO $550 Week-
ly Working through the
government.. Part-time, no
experience needed. Call
todayI 1-800-488-2921 ask
for Dept. L.
FLEXIBLE HOME DATA
ENTRY WORK, $420/part
time, $800+/full time per
week. No Experience Nec-
essary. Computer required.
1-800-920-7441.


I 6140
PORT ST. JOE. 3 BR,
deck, fenced backyard, No
pets, 212 12th St. $850mo
+ $425 dep. Call
850-624-6140
VERY NICE 3 BR, 2 BA,
fenced in yard, newly re-
modeled, nice neighbor-
hood, close to schools,
NO PETS! references A
MUST. $850/mo. 1st, last,
and sec. required. Call
850-227-7125 or 227-5453


I 6170
2 BR, 1 BA
MH Located in St. Joe
Beach. No pets, refer-
ences required $500 per
month + deposit
850-227-1795
2 BR, 2 BA, furn'd, with
washer & dryer on 1 acre
in Carrabelle beach.
$700mo. 850-697-8440 or
813-546-6987
Affordable
Living
For Senior
Citizens!
Check out
www.Senior
Mobiles.corn
For senior homes
nationwide. No
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Opportunities
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ENERGY VENDING New
Breakthrough product.
Ground floor opportunity.
Minimum investment
$9250. 24 hours
1-800-511-6086

*REMEMBER:*
Ads in this classifica-
tion may or may not re-
quire an investment or
may be multi-level mar-
keting opportunities. We
do not recommend giv-
ing credit card or bank
account information out
over the phone. Always
research the company
you plan to do business
with BEFORE investing.

Sales
DIRECTOR OF SALES
$125K-$210K, first year in
sales, no travel required.
1-800-382-0859 ext. 9781

VENDING ROUTE
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100- Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals




TWO PRIVATE 2nd floor
offices with shared recep-
tion and kitchen. One 1st
floor private office. Beauti-
ful view overlooking St.
Joe Bay at Simmons Bay-
ou. $350/mthly per office.
Utilities included. First, last
month plus $150 deposit
per unit required. 850-
229-7799, M-F, 9-4pm.

America's

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[8501229-8014


MINI STORAGE

In Port St. Joe


814-7400

New Commercial Office
and warehouse storage for
lease in St. Joe commerce
park located on Industrial Rd.
(FL Hwy 382) behind Arizona
Chemical. Each space consists
of an office, bath, storage
closet and warehouse with
10' roll up door. Convenient
to all locations, 1/2 mile off
Hwy 98. 1000 sq. ft. each
space. $550 per month. 12
month leases. One monthly
security deposit.
Office (850) 229-8014
Home (850) 229-8030
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ARCTIC POLAR
Heating & Air, LLC
Lic#RA-0067062
WANTED: Equipment/Duct
Work Installers, Service
Technicians and Laborers.
Clean driving record req.
Top Producers=Top Pay
Incentive Bonus Program.
Prior experience a PLUSI
Call 850-827-8429 or
850-541-3308
Drug & Alcohol Free
Work Place. EOE
Trades
DRY WALL LABORERS
wanted willing to train ,
transportation a must. Call
850-527-6751 day or
2297078 evenings.
Trades
ELECTRIC
METER
CHANGE-OUT
FIELD
TECHNICIAN
How would you like to
earn some $$$ during
the summer months?
Utility Meter Services is
looking for temporary
meter change-out field
technicians in the Pt. St.
Joe area. Must have val-
id FL DL, pass pre-em-
ployment drug test and
background check We
will train qualified indi-
viduals. Starting Salary
will be $15/hr. Please
call 407-831-6669 or
send resume to : UMS
@ Asolundh.com
UMS EOE,
Trades
EMPLOYMENT OPPOR-
TUNITY IN SOUTH FLOR-
IDA! Land Based Deep in-
jection well contractor has
the following opening: Ce-
menting Supervisor. Duties
and Responsibilities: Coor-
dinates and oversees ce-.
menting service line work
at the well site. Provides
the planning necessary for
the job by providing in-
structions to the crew and
equipment used. Directs
the activities of the crew
during the rigging up an
rigging down at a location.
Coordinates the clean up,
repair, and preparation of
equipment for the next job.
Top pay plus benefits, ve-
hicle allowance relocation
expense. Fax resume
239-489-4545 or contact
Dan at 239-489-4444.
MUST PASS TEST. PHYSI-
.CAL & DRUG TEST. Drug
Free Workplace


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6120


2 BR, 2 BA, Comfortable
St. Joe Beach home, 1
block to beach. $950/mo.
6529 Americus Ave. Call
509-671-1908.

LANARK VILLAGE 51-2 E.
Pine St. 1 BR 1 BA First
Tier Completely Furn. Incl.
Water, Sewer, Elec, Cable.
Tenant pays gas. Avail.
NOW.. $525/mo for long
term lease. Call Kent
Strauss, Owner/Broker
850-528-5871





FOR RENT
GULFAIRE ST. JOE
BEACH 3br, 2ba, TH, FRP,
Patio, garage. Private
beach, community, pool &
tennis court. Long term .
$1100 mo. + 1 mo. dep.
Call 1-850-647-2570

GULF AIRE 3 BR, 2 BA no
smoking/pets, approx.
1700sf, garage, 1b000ft
from. the beach.
$1300/month with lease +
dep. Call 850-866-0071





2 BR, 2 BA, EXCELLENT
LOCATION, WALK TO
DOWNTOWN PSJ,
FURNSIHED, APPLI-
ANCES, FENCED YARD,
1ST, LAST, SECURITY
DEPOSIT, NO PETS, NO
SMOKERS. 706-768-3239
LEAVE MESSAGE

3 BR, 2 BA
On Lg lot in PSJ. Close
to schools, town, &
shopping and' churches.
$1150/mo.+dep.
205 Mississippi in Mex-
ico Bch. 3br, 2ba, dbl
car & encl'd gar.
$1200/mo +dep.
648-4400

3 BR, 2 BA with large den,
living/dining room, large
kitchen, separate laundry
room. Deck w/ fenced
back yard and carport.
Call 227-5301 or 227-6297

HOUSE FOR RENT in St.
Joe Beach, 3 BR, 2 BA,
large yard. Call Gene at
850-830-9342.

MEXICO BEACH
LONG TERM RENTAL

SEMI FURN. MH RE-
CENTLY REMOD-
ELED. CLEAN AND
NEW W/LARGE
SCREENED IN
PORCH, LRG. SHAD-
ED LOT IN QUIET
NEIGHBORHOOD. LO-
CATED 2 BLKS. FROM
BEACH. $550 MO. +
UTIL. DEP. REQ'D. BY
APPT. ONLY. CALL
647-5450 WKDAYS AF-
TER 4pm EASTERN.


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120- Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



2910 GARRISON AVE....
3 br, 2 ba, oversized lot,
$225K Call 258-5126 Great
Rental/ First Home/ Owner
BEACH HOUSE, V2 block
from St. Joe Beach, 129
Desota, 2 br, 1 ba, renter
occupied. Shown by appt.
only, $450K. 827-2563.
By Owner, Beabon Hill
100'x107'. 3bd/2ba
$299,900 Call 647-3848 or
527-2787.
CHOCTAW BEACH,
FLORIDA Custom 3 BR, 2
BA, FPR CH&A, many ex-
tras. 1 + acres with lots of
trees, high ground, never
flooded. 1 block to Choc-
tawhatchee Bay. Call
850-897-2163
,LARGE BRICK HOUSE
3/2 Two Car garage price
reduced! Best buy in PSJ,
By Owner, 227-7720
LYNN HAVEN, 4 bd, 3 ba,
brick home located on a
large, quiet ,. wooded cor-
ner lo.t Visit
www.floridashiddencoast.
com. or call 832-2651 for
more details.



7110 -
GULF FRONT COTTAGE
on great lot, Beacon Hill,
Happy Shack, 9111 Hwy
98, 2br/1ba, $975K, listed
fsbo.com, ID#79739, or
call 478-808-6834




3 BEAUTIFUL LOTS,
Compass Lake, all ameni-
ties, over 3 acres, huge
oak trees, all together,
asking $99,000 or $36,500
for a lot. 762-8123 or
227-4850

141 BARBARA
DR.
Port St Joe. Great lot in
established neighbor-
hood for sale. Price has
been reduced to
$129,500. with owner
willing to do some own-
er financing with accept-
ed contract. Please call
Bluewater Realty of Gulf
County, 850 229-6100
or 648-4400
Florida
Hill Country
St. Joe WoodLands

Land with live oaks and
long-leafs, fields and
pines, along the rivers
and bays of Northwest
Florida. Thousands of
opportunities for your
own farm, ranch or
waterfront property.

Multiple rural lifestyle
opportunities, only one
number to call
JOE.cornm I
Keyword: Land
1.866.JOE.LAND
(1.866.563.5263)


,WSTJOE*

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


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
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes




To Place An Ad
in The Times
Classifieds
Call
(850) 747-5020
or
1 (800) 345-8688




1983 31ft CATLIMBO,
Hard Top, 265hp CAT die-
sel. Auto pilot, radio, GPS,
Loran, fish finder, Eprbe, ,
new bottom paint, outrig-
gers, Lift kept, good condi-
tion, $19,000, 352-629-
5709
OCEAN KAYAKS, new
and used sit-on-top kayaks
for sale at Happy Ours
Kayak & Canoe Outpost.
We are located at 775
Cape San Bias Rd. or call
850-229-1991 for infor-
mation.

America's Mini
Storage
141 Commerce Drive
New Covered Boat and RV
Storage Slips
$125.00 per month any
size unit Covered Slip
$50.00 per month -
Non Covered Slip
New Facility- Gated -24
Hour Access Location!
Location -1/2 mile from
beach, public boat ramp
Off Hwy 98 Behind
Arizona Chemical New
Commerce Park 3.5
Acres easy Access,
Lots of Room.

850-229-8014
850-258-4691 Cell


4 LOTS;
CREEKVIEW
Subdivision, Overstreet
Area. Seller is motivated
and ready to take rea-
sonable offers on these
lots. Please call
Bluewater Realty of Gulf
County, 850 229-6100
or 850 648-4400.

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
FOR SALE By Owner, In-
dian Pass Lagoon off of
C-30, Lot backs up to
State park, cleared with
driveway, city water, ask-
ing $175,000, 762-8123 or
227-4850

Gorgeous
Residential lot, walking
distance to:
Mexico Beach in
Florida's Beautiful
Panhandle.
Perfect Location with
amazing sunsets, don't
miss this great opportu-
nity!! $194,900.00
Call Owner Today at
407-870-9033
HISTORIC NORTHSIDE,
11th Street 60'x100' lot, By
Owner. $65,000 Call
404-218-0077
LAND FOR SALE
3 lots for sale in Chipola
Landing Subdivision, cor-
ner of Douglas Landing
Rd. and SR 381 in
Dalkeith. Lots 5 (.54 ac), 6
(.63 ac) & 7 (.65 ac)
$30,000 each or discount
for all three together. Call
229-8375 or 227-5552



1 7170o 1
BAY VIEW 1.22 acres 1st
tier Bay View Magnolia
Bluff lot, on East Bay Dr.
Pvt. High and Dry land,
that joins State preserve,
perfect for your dream
home, asking $395K for
sale by owner call
653-8074 or 653-7291



S7190
$25,000 DISCOUNT Buy
Now! Pre-development
discount ending soon for
upscale living at Cross
Creek Estates, a new Sub-
division in fast growing
Freeport Florida! Home-
owners & Builders Wel-
comed! (850) 585.4300 or
www.crosscreeklots.com
for more information






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Trades & Services


Interior & Exterior Painting
-New Construclion or Residential
Licensed & Insured
-Mobile Home Repair
Call James at 850-510-2493
_ Justin at 850-510-5743



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




5 STAR
s. PAINT & COLtISION CENTRE'
MATTHEW SCOGGINS
Owner

(850) 229-STAR

FAX# (850) 227-9898 770 Hwy. 98
MV#41279 Port St. Joe, FL 32456

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 Sprinkler Systems
Trimming, Fertilizing Installed & Repaired
Licensed and Insured








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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


SUN CEA"ST
Lawn Er Lantdscaping LLC
"When Quality (ounts"
Landscape Design & Installation
Full Lawn Maintenance
Irrigation Installation & Repair
Commercial & Residential
Tractor Work, Rock Driveways, Water Features,
Sod & Palm Trees
Office: (850) 647-2522


Carpet Country
Highway 98 Highland View Port St. Joe 850-227-7241 Fax 229-9405
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Great for Cleaning All Carpet, Upholstery, and
Auto and Recreational Vehicle Interiors
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& CARPENTRY
PAINTING ,,
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...


TOM'S LAWN SERVICE
If we saye will be there, you can count on it!
Serving Mexio SBeach, 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 you Plant It! 20659


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CRC Certified -------
aning Specialist
CARPET CLEANING
CERAMIC TILE & GROUT
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
24 HOUR WATER EXTRACTION
RV'S CARS TRUCKS VANS
LICENSED AND INSURED.
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL


O THE J. LESTER
COMPANY REAL,
ESTATE APPRAISAL &
CONSULTING SERVICE
A Financial Service Institution
Residential Vacant Land Commercial Appraisals

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
QLiALITV COMMNILNIT-"
Including Consulting Apsigr rnments 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


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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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 Repair 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






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The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, May 11, 2006 17B


Making love has been found to reduce

:ress, boost the immune system and


extend life. So what are you waiting for?


By JENIFER. B. McKIM
Freedom News Service
Kerry McCloskey
struggled with her weight
for years. Then she and
her fianc6 revved up their
sex life and she saw the
pounds drop off.
Now the New Jersey
writer joins a bevy of
authors and researchers
touting the health benefits
of sex. The top three health
bennies: Sex lengthens
your life, strengthens your
heart and reduces stress,
she says.
"It was an acci-
dental discovery," said
McCloskey, author of "The
Ultimate Sex Diet," who
found she lost 23 pounds
over six months. "It is not
just the sex, it is doing
exercise. together, taking
walks, couple time."
Many people express
their love with chocolate,
wine and jewelry. But for,
long-lasting health, more
researchers are saying sex
- that would be safe and
loving sex can be one of
the best things for you.
Simply feeling con-


nection, not to speak of
love, can release healthy
hormones that improve
health, researchers say.
"I don't know anything
in medicine that has a big-
ger impact on our health
and well-being and sur-
vival than love and inti-
macy," said Dean Ornish,
author of "Love & Survival:
8 Pathways to Intimacy
and Health."
"People who are lonely,
depressed and isolated are
many times more likely to
get sick and die prema-
turely."
If you need any more
good reasons for love and
sex, here's what some
researchers are saying:

REDUCES STRESS
Sex: A recent study
published in New Scientist
magazine in England
reports that people who
had sexual intercourse
achieved the best in a pub-
lic-speaking stress test.
Those who pursued
other forms of sexual
gratification showed fewer
benefits and those who


abstained had the highest
blood pressure of all, the
report said.
Love: Heart-to-heart
connections release the
so-called love hormone
oxytocin, also connected
with sex, which relaxes
vessels in your heart and
lowers blood pressure,
some researchers say.

BOOSTS IMMUNE
SYSTEM
Sexual intercourse
twice a week will stimu-
late your immune system,
which fights disease, illness
and infection in the body,
according to researchers
at Wilkes University in
Pennsylvania.
The research, led
by psychologist Carl
Charnetski, found that
subjects who had regular
sex had one-third more
levels of Immunoglobulin
A, which is the ,strong
antibody that boosts the
immune system and main-
tains general health levels.
Couples who had sex more
than twice a week found
diminishing returns,


researchers found.
On the other side of
the spectrum, negative
feelings can cause health
problems.
"Let's say somebody-
irritates you in the morn-
ing. That one five-minute
episode of anger tends to
deplete the immune sys-
tem for up to six hours.
You become more vulnera-
ble to colds and flus," said
Gabriella Boehmer, direc-
tor of public relations for
the Institute of HeartMath
in Boulder Creek, Calif.
"One five-minute epi-
sode of positive emotion
like love, care or apprecia-
tion can boost the immune
system.."

EXTENDS LIFE
Love: When we experi-
ence positive emotions like
love, we have a tendency to
produce more of the vital-
ity hormone, DHEA, which
makes us healthier and
has an impact of longev-
ity, says Howard Martin,
executive vice president of
HeartMath LLC, a sister'
for-profit company.


Sex: DHEA, also asso-
ciated with sex, is said
to boost the immune sys-
tem, repair tissue, keep
skin healthy and reduce
depression. Another study.
from Great Britain shows
loving couples with a regu-
lar sex life look younger
than others their age.
Several researchers
point out that sex by itself
doesn't 'produce the same
healthy benefits without
love.
"People who have sex
in a loving relationship
have stronger immune sys-
tems," said Paul Pearsall,
author cOf "The Last Self-
Help Book You'll Ever
Need."
"The healthiest kind
leads to the oxytocin
release and a heart-to-
heart connection."
Another researcher
pointed out that love with-
out sex also is not as ben-
eficial.,
Charnetski, author
of "Feeling Good Is Good
for You," measured love
through the three vari-
ables of intimacy, pas-


sion and commitment. He
found that couples who
were in love and had sex
were the healthiest.
"The most important
variable was the frequency
of sex," said Charnetski.
"It is the pleasure man-
ifestation of it that made
the difference."
McCloskey says her
relationship had fallen
into a rut. Then she got
engaged and her sex life
started to improve as
well as her health. She
researched the issue and
found there were biological
reasons for her feelings.
She discovered foods
that are good for libido and
overall health. She learned -
about different exercises.
"(Sex) is truly is a mir-.
acle remedy," McCloskey;
said.
"When you make-
it a priority, it not only,
improves your health and-
your outlook on life, it
strengthens your relation-
ship as well."


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TOP: Marbling, veining of colors like on the moth orchids
above, makes the flowers more desirable.


By DANIEL GARCIA ORDAZ are closer to blooming and
Freedom News Service therefore more costly, Wang
There are no warning said. Orchids can be forced
signs to caution visitors to bloom after their juvenile
against the contagion. period via exposure to low-
An entire greenhouse at ered temperatures. Growers
the Texas A&M University can now predict when to
Agricultural Research and ship to guarantee a blooming
Extension Center here is orchid, yielding more profits.
dedicated to it. Dr. Yin-Tung In Taiwan, orchids are
Wang, a floriculturist, is the grown in temperature- con-
only faculty in the' United trolled greenhouses: The
States with a dedicated orchid climate in the Rio Grande
research program. When he Valley and Taiwan is compa-
used to conduct tours of the rable, Wang said, noting also
o r n a ne n t a I research
area he warned quests that
he assumed "no ability for .--
contracting a communicable
disease."
"I carry the orchid fever,"
he joked.."T6. my k nowled
g e there is not a single doc-
tor that can cure it."
Wang, a native of Taiwan,
said he changed his studies .
from roses to orchids after
looking into his crystal ball
one day and "could see that ."
the (orchid) industry was
going to take off."
,I saw it becoming more
and more popular in the
Orient and I knew production
was up," he said.
The world-renown expert
said that the United States
Department of Agriculture
didn't deem orchids as a via-
ble crop until 1996. when
the industry was worth $4T
million. By 2004, the 17.2
million pots grown in the US
were valued at $128 million.
Wang arrived at the cen-
ter in 1984 and refocused his
research in 1990. Commercial
growers in the United States
were then raising orchids
from scratch and selling cut
blossoms for corsages or bou-
quets.
The high costs and the
tedious process of grow-
ing orchids from the almost
microscopic seeds which Orchid expert Yin-Tung Wa
requires a sterile lab environ- University Agricultural Research
ment helped shift the focus presently focuses on the Dendrol
to "finishing" plants started potted orchid craze in the Unite(
abroad.
While some orchids grow that the Valley is less humid,
While some orbut hotter.
on the ground, most orchids Wang's research is
areepip hy tes, meaning aimed at and partly fund-
they grow on trees. The stur- commercial growers,
dy roots attach to anything such as Matsui Nursery in
they make contact, incud- California, which accounts
ing plastic and metal, Wang for 25 to 35 percent of U.S.
said potted orchids. The Tip of
For human convenience, Texas Orchid Society that
we grow them in pots," he meets here also donates to
said. The U.S. industry now the center.
centers on potted orchids A fellow researcher
- most of them imported named a moth orchid hybrid
from Taiwan, the world's after Wang, who has no favor-
leading supplier. Older plants


ites. Because he is daily sur-
rounded by orchids he does
not grow them at home, but
he hopes to add a greenhouse
at his home after he retires.
Ronald Hausermann,
whose family went into the
orchid business in 1940 in
Chicago, also had a hybrid
named in his honor by his
brother, George. The Grande
Island, Fla., resident was
mobbed once at an orchid
-show by a contingent from
Indonesia._ He obliged when


king's research at me nexas ,An
and Extension Center in Weslaco
bium nobile, "the next wave" of the
d States.


the ladies asked for a photo-
graph, but he said he does not
feel like a star. "To me it's no
big deal," said Hausermann,
67. Hausermann, a former
Los Fresnos resident, once
managed the now-defunct
Butterfly Orchids nursery
in Arroyo City. Presently
the only commercial orchid
grower in the area is River
Valley Orchids in Harlingen.
According to the center,
the two nurseries produced
a combined 150,000 pot-


ted moth orchids in 2004.
The orchid hobby has grown
because of price reductions
and because, in contrast to
their fragile beauty, orchids
are quite hardy, Wang said.
"Most people think
orchids are very delicate," he
said. "That's a misconcep-
tion."
The biggest mistake
that hobby orchid growers
make is too much watering,
Wang said. The plants thrive
in wet/dry cycles and only
need watering about every
two weeks. They can even
survive six waterless months.
Excessive moisture exposes
orchids to fungal infections.
Wang said that in lieu of
photosynthesis, pores on the
underside of the tough orchid
leaves open at night to take
in carbon dioxide. The pores
close at daylight because too
mfiuch heat can dehydrate
the plants. In studying the
nutritional, needs of orchids
Wang and his students have
learned that very little fertil-
izer applied in a timely man-
ner yields more flowers and
more growth than not.
"We use less fertilizer this
way and we protect the envi-
ronment," he said. Orchid
flowers generally grow from
a single stem growing from
the base of plants. The stems
have small triangular nodes
that can be used to grow more
plants. The stems on some'
orchids, like Maxillaria tenui-
folia, grow pseudo bulbs used
to store water in a drought.
Orchids are as eclectic
as their color patterns. Many
,emit discernible scents. M.
tenuifolia smells like coco-
nut. Oncidium Sharry Baby
'Sweet Fragrance' smells like
chocolate. Others are known
for their more eccentric qual-
ities, such as Catasetum
genus, whose antennae are
so sensitive that the flower
shoots out pollen upon con-
tact. Wang said the pollen
caps are ejected at about 15
miles-per-hour.
"You can have a pollen
cap on your nose and not
even know about it," he said.
Wang said that all orchid
petals are edible but the
seedpods from vanilla orchids
are among the most com-
monly used edible portions of
orchids.


.., The Oncidium Butterfly is among the orchids commonly referred
to as such for their colorful "wings" and "antennae." .


The Brassolaeliocattleya Ronald Hausermann 'Betty Jo' orchid .
was named after Hausermann, a former Los Fresnos resident whose
family has been in the orchid business since 1940. The-hybrid is.
registered with the Royal Horticultural Society in England.


Orchids were not seen as a viable crop in the United States
until 1996, when their wholesale value was $47 million. In 2004
U.S. grown plants were valued at $128 million. Irregular spotting on
moth orchids (Phalaenopsis) makes them more valuable.


Most orhicds are epiphytes, The irregularly spotted
meaning they grow on trees in Oncidium goliana is a prime
nature. The root system attaches example of the colorful world of
the plant to anything it makes orchids
contact with. Vanilla orchids are
among the most popular orchids
whose petals are edible.


Once rare and expensive, Phalenopsis Emperor 'sweet' retailed
for more than $1,000 35 years ago. The orchid hobby is not as'
exclusive as it once was in the U.S.


Photos by Joe Hermosa
Valley Morning Star


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the expansion in Pristine Rental
Properties Vacation Rentals, compare
Pristine Properties Real Estate only Re
is happy to announce the to inc
affiliation of three new agents. sector,
Knowledge, experience and becoming
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examples of the assets that location
Deborah Crosby, Susan St. Joe


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One Source Mortgage owners Mary Ann and Steve
Conroy also with their staff hosted Business After Hours at
their place of business at 1520 C-30 Road. The event took
place on Thursday, April 20 and was catered by Paul Gant's
Barbeque. The food was delicious as usual and the fellowship
a pleasure.
One Source can help you with all your financing needs for
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They offer you a prompt decision usually within 24
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usan Balestracci


Mexico Beach, we are excited
to welcome new agents to
better serve our customers
along the Forgotten Coast.
The local addition to the
team, Deborah Crosby, is a
lifetime resident of Port St. Joe.
She brings with her experience
in education, administration
and community development.
These are all strong assets
in assisting customers in
making the best informed
real estate decisions. Having
grown up in the area her love
and knowledge for this area is
straight from the heart.
Secondly, Pristine
Properties is lucky to be
joined by Susan Balestracci.
She comes to the group after


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2006.
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C.R. Smith & Son Celebrates 30 Years UpTempo Sports
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C C. R. Smith & Son celebrated 30 years of business in Port
.St. Joe with a barbeque and lots of fun and friends on Friday,
April 21.
C.R. Smith & Son has such a varied list of services you
can bet they can help you with your hard to solve construction
or hauling problems.
f They offer septic tank installation, pump out and repair.
They also have portable restrooms for every need. They believe
that restrooms, although portable, should still maintain a high
level of comfort and cleanliness.
For site preparation and land development they offer
demolition and debris removal, excavation and land clearing.
They supply extra large tractor tires and heavy duty tire
repair.
) As you can see, if you need help with land development, C.
R; Smith & Son is on the job and ready to make your project,
now matter how large or small, run as smoothly as possible.


The Gulf County Chamber
of Commerce welcomes
UpTempo Sports as a new
member.
UpTempo Sports can fix
you up with anything you need
in sport line & equipment. If
they do not have it they will
order it for you.
UpTempo sells top name
sport shoes, such as Nike,
Asics, Brooks, Mizuno, New
Balance, and an-thinr you
need for your work but,
including balls, mats and
gym bags.
Also available: Dry Fit
clothing and specialty items,
gift certificates, Gu (energy
gel, Timex watches, glass
pendants.
UpTempo has supplied
shot put shoes for track team
and will have basketball, little
league and soccer shoes.
The Chamber is pleased to
have a shop of this caliber in
Gulf County, and encourages
the community to support
its chamber members by
shopping in local businesses.


Paula Kroll Deborah Crosby


spending most of her life in
Rhode Island. She and her
husband, Michael, began
to tire of the long winters
and short summers of New
England. Together, they
decided that change can be
good, and made the major
decision to sell everything,
including a successful
boat dealership, and move
away from the area. After


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diverse career paths: a
flight attendant, a computer
programmer/analyst
and consultant and most
recently Real Estate broker
salesperson. She currently
holds licenses in Georgia and
Florida. "My three vastly
different careers are bound
by a common theme, service.
It's what I do now and have
always done. "
As proven in these three
short bios, the staff at Pristine
Properties is fortunate to be
affiliated with such extremely
talented agents. If you are a
current licensed agent and
are looking for a brokerage
to make a career, look no
further. Pristine Properties is
fully equipped and prepared
to accommodate new and-
experienced agents. For
information call Alyson
Gerlach, General Manager
and Broker, at 229-1700.


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thoroughly researching
the Gulf County area, they
decided that this area was an
ideal place to raise their two
children while still being able
to enjoy their beloved boating
activities.
Lastly, Paula Kroll is the
newest member of the Pristine
family. Paula grew up along
the beaches of southern
New Jersey and always
knew she would someday
return to the coast. That
dream materialized early this
year when her new Indian
Pass home was completed.
According to Paula, "Moving
to new surroundings
usually involves a period of
adjustment. Not this time...I
feel as if I have always been
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The upstairs also
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Hallway nooks and cran-


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a writing desk and other
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which help bath the house


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A main bedroom suite
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high-vaulted ceilings and
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There is outdoor pool
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The floor of the main down-


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The house will soon
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Tours will begin in two
weeks which will allow folks
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a donation which will ben-


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Tours will be held
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Habitat for Humanity is


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For more information
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Established 1937 Servina Gulf county and surroundin!~ areas far 68 years The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, May 'I I, 18, 25, 2006 1 Tax Roll


NOTICE OF


TAX CERTIFICATE SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197.402, FLORIDA
STATUTES, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON THE 31ST DAY OF MAY 2006, AT 9:30
A.M., EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME, TAX SALE
CERTIFICATES WILL BE SOLD ON THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS TO PAY
THE AMOUNT DUE FOR THE TAXES HEREIN
SET OPPOSITE THE SAME, TOGETHER
WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND
ALL ADVERTISING. SALE WILL BE HELD IN
THE ROBERT M. MOORE ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BOARD ROOM, 1000 CECIL G. COSTIN, SR.
BLVD., PORT ST. JOE, COUNTY OF GULF,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
SHIRLEY J. JENKINS
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


00001-003M
R-0000400 $25.13
LANGLEY LAND COMPANY
S 3,9,10 T4 R 10 320 AC M/L
25 % INTEREST OGM INTEREST
ORB 116/984 FR FOREST FARMS
MAP 74
320.00 AC

00022-000R
R-0007200 $45.18
ALLERBEST DEVELOPMENT INC
S 7 T 6 R 8 20 ACRES W1/2 OF
NE1/4 OF SW1/4
ORB 377/997 FR LANIER
MAP 153
20.00 AC OR BK-0377 PG-0997

00045-002M
R-0010500 $24.43
ROBINSON G A JR ET UX
S 25 T4 R 11 520 ACRES 1/20
INT. OGM W 1/2 OF E 1/2; W
1/2; SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4
520.00 AC

00047-002M
R-0010900 $124.59
ROBINSON G A JR ET UX
S 26, 27, 28 & 29 T 4 R 11
2560 ACRES 1/20 INT OGM
2560.00 AC

00049-002M
R-0011300 $20.08
ROBINSON G A JR ET UX
S 32 & 33 T 4 R 11 1280 ACRES
1/20 INT OGM ALL
1280.00 AC

00083-OOOR
R-0016900 HX $111.81
ADAMS JOHN T
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 158/294 FR BLASCHUM
& ORB 232/197 QC FR ADAMS &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-0232 PG-0197

00085-002M
R-0017300 $26.44
ROBINSON G A JR ET UX
S15 T5R 11 640 ACRES 1/5
INT. OGM
640.00 AC

00111-000R "
R-0019900 $168.47
SMITH WILLIAM L JR
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 213/601 QC FR HAMMONDS
& ORB 214/690 FR WISENSALE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-0391 PG-0838

00119-00OR
R-0020400 HX $1,027.03
SHARRATT GREGORY D & TOMMIE JO
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 90 X 130 FT
LOT DBK 35/107 & ORB 76/590,
ORB 356/419 FR BRADLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.51 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0419

00128-00OR
R-0022000 $296.39
'SMITH WILLIAM L JR
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 214/690 QC FR
WEISENSALE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-039, PG-0838

00143-OOOR
R-0024900, $208.98
LOVETT DONALD EUGENE ET UX
S- S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
S- SUBD. UNRECORDED N 1/2 OF LOT
'3 ORB 53/377
-MAP#156A
BLK A
.50 AC

00150-OOOR
R-0026500 HX $415.67
MAESTRI TIMOTHY & JANICE
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 LESS
W 50 FT. ORB 212/921 FR
VICKERY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.77 AC OR BK-0212 PG-0921

00181-OOOR
R-0032200 $98,26
SMITH W L
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) E 1/2 OF
LOT 1,105 FT BY 210 FT.
ORB 272/497 FR FERNANDEZ
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.50 AC OR BK-0272 PG.0497


00240-O000R
R-0041900 $370.03
MORTZ JOHN R. & PHYLLIS LEE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 228/438 FR CANNON
MAP #156 A
BLK 4
.17 AC OR BK-0228 PG-0438

00249-0OOR
R-0042700 $330.27
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 7
MAP # 156 A
BLK 5
.17 AC

00251-0OOR
,R-0042900 $520.83
THOMPSON JAMES & SHIRLEY S
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 9
ORB 356/671 FR HAZLETT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0671

00259-000R,
R-0043600 $410.13
DAFFIN HORACE E ET UX
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 67/1106
MAP # 156 A
BLK 6'
.35 AC

00303-0OOR
R-0053100 $335.66
POTTS JIM H
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 11 ORB 224/984 QC FR
CLEMMONS ORB 303/431 FR SMITH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.18 AC OR BK-0303 PG-0431

00326-O000R
R-0057200 $563.82
MIXON LANNY & CYNTHIA M
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOTS 12, 13, 14 ORB 156/
464-465 FR MIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.55 AC OR BK-0301 PG-0092

00333-000R
R-0058000 $762.07
BURKETT WILLARD & SANDRA
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) BEING 120 X 130
FT LOT IN SWC OF NE/4 OF SW/4
ORB 365/523 FR HUSTON
MAP 156A
.35 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0523

00334-011R
R-0059000 $572.72
CLARK CHAMP
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 7, LESS NW/4
ORB 282/456 FR LONG
MAP 156A
BLK1

00334-036R
R-0061100 $311.40
WATKINS OLIVE E
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4
ORB 142/225-40 FR HOLIDAY
BEACH, INC. &W/2 LOT 5 ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.45 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0727

00334-237R
R-0068500 HX $104.00
DAVIDSON DARRYL J & SHERRY R
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 17
ORB 187/571 FR MORRISON
MAP# 156D
BLK B

00334-263R
R-0069900 $416.23
MARTIN NORMAN M
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/877 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC & LOT 14
FR MARTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.00 AC OR BK-0090 PG-0877

00334-595R
R-0072100 $892.73
BURKETT SCOTr W & LESLIE
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 6 & 7
ORB 301/907 CD FR GANOE
MAP# 156D
BLK E


00337-001R
R-0075100 $145.46
MIXON CYNTHIA M
S 5 T 7 R 8 2.95 AC M/L 416.34
X 525.14 FT LOT IN SEC OF SW/4
ORB 167/490 FR DAVID & LESS
ORB 166/183 FR BROWN & LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.99 AC OR BK-0298 PG-0757

00360-218R
R-0082700 HX $128.77
HERRING WILLIAM J JR
S6T7R8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 9 & 10 ORB 115/479 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC. & ORB 127/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-247R
R-0083800 HX $357.83
NORRIS JAMES G JR & JESSICA L
S6T7R8 LOT 22
ORB 280/496 FR JIM WALTER HOME
MAP 156B

00360-261R
R-0084600 $166.67
MAULDEN BILLY E EST .
S6T7R8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 31154/197 FR MARSHALL
MAP# 156B
BLK K

00360-720R
R-0091800 $644.99
LANIER CLINTON A & DIANE
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES, UNREC
LOT 45, 46
ORB 281/634 FR DAVIS
MAP 156B
BLK I

00363-OOOR
R-0092600 $168.47
LEVINS PATRICIA A
S8T7R8 5 AC M/L
BEING N/2 OF PARCEL 1B-1
LEVINS MINOR REPLAT
ORB 326/282 FR FLEMING LAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.50 AC OR BK-0326 PG-0282

00363-005R
R-0092900 $318.92
NORRIS JAMES G & BARBARA A
S8T7R8 5ACM/LM/L
BEING PARCEL 1A-2 NORRIS MINOR
REPLAT ORB
ORB 326/280 FR FLEMING LAND CO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
5.00 AC OR BK-0326 PG-0280

00363-060R
R-0093800 HX $158.61
MOORE BILLY R
S8T7R8 .5 AC M/L
LOT 2
GAME PRESERVE SUB, UNREC.
ORB 240/128 FR FLEMING LAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.50 AC OR BK-0240 PG-0128

00363-080R
R-0094200 $143.39
CHRISTMAS HUBERT W & DEBBIE K
S8T7R8 .5ACM/L
LOT 6
GAME PRESERVE SUB,,UNREC.
ORB 212/939 FR FLEMINING LAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.50 AC OR BK-0212 PG-0939

00363-090R
R-0094400 $168.99
LEVINS PATRICIA A
S8T7R8 1AC M/L
LOT 8
GAME PRESERVE SUBD UNRECORDED
ORB 287/332 FR FLEMING LAND
MAP 156D

00363-095R
R-0094500 $168.99
LEVINS JULIA M
S8T7R8 1 AC M/L
LOT 9
GAME PRESERVE SUB, UNREC.
UREC DEED FR FLEMING LAND CO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00363-11OR
R-0094600 HX $251.11
CLEVELAND SHERRI R & CARLETON
S8T7R8 2.50ACM/L
TRACT 4-A, 130.02 X 757.235
FT AV DEPTH GARME PRESERVE
SUB, UNREC. ORB 245/732 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.11 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0391

00363-420R
R-0095200 $405.88
UPTON BRIAN L
S8T7R8 2.588ACM/L
PARCEL #10 ORB 201/650 FR
FLEMING LAND CO.
MAP# 156D
2.59 AC OR BK-0201 PG-0650

00363-500R
R-0095600 $604.40
GOODWIN LEONADISUS
S8T7R8 21.11AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D 196/303 FR
FLEMING & 294/719(CORRECTIVE)
MAP 156D
21.11 AC OR BK-0294 PG-0719

00374-000R
R-0096800 $622.09
GILBERT HUSTON M & KATHRYN H
S9T7R8
ORB 153/709 FR ROSE ETAL
MAP# 164C

00382-000R
R-0097600 $240.89
MIXON DEXTER ET AL
S17T7R8 5 ACRES
N/2 OF S/2 OF W/2 OF SE/4 OF
SE/4 ORB 166/555 FR MIXON ET
AL


(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
5.00 AC OR BK-0301 PG-0091

00383-159R
R-0098200 $240.89
AREN'T BARBARA A
S8T7R8 5ACM/L 4
PARCEL REC'D ORB 157/896-897
FR FLEMING LAND CO INC
ORB 342/666 FR PIERCE
MAP 156D


5.00 AC OR BK-0342 PG-0666

00387-0OOR
R-0099000 $27.35
MIXON LANNY ET AL
S 20 T 7 R 8 1 ACRE REC'D
ORB 156/462-463 FR MIXON
ORB 301/91 QC FR MIXON
MAP 157
1.00 AC OR BK-0301 PG-0091

00415-000R
R-0104100 $28.46
BARBER LEON &
S 31 T 3 R 91/6 AC 1/2
UNDIVIDED INTEREST, PER DEED
REC'D ORB 42/121
MAP #109C
.16 AC

00417-O000R
R-0104300 $28.46
HALL ROYCE & DOROTHY K
S 31 T 3 R 9 1/6 AC 1/2
UNDIVIDED INTEREST, PER DEED
REC'D ORB 42/123
MAP #109C
.16 AC

00421-001R
R-0105400 $328.99
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
S 31 T3 R 9 BEING LOT3 OF
STOKES SUBD UNRECORDED
ORB 144/784 FR PENNINGTON
MAP #109C

00438-O000R
R-0107100 $112.18
TURNER JERRY
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT
ONE PB 2 PG 36 LOT 5 & LOT 6
ORB 293/864 FR PADGETT
MAP 109C
BLK 3

00441-001 R
R-0107400 $32.92
TURNER JERRY
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT
1 LOT 7 PB2PG36
ORB 294/547 FR WEWA STATE BANK
MAP 109C
BLK 3

00444-0OOR
R-0107600 $140.12
HILTON ROY H
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT
ONE LOT 3, LESS 20 FT ON N
END TO Z. W. ALLEN ORB 96/56
FR HILTON PB 2 PG 36
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00456-003R
R-0108800 $242.69
SYFRETT RAYMOND L
S 6T 4 R 9 4.8 AC REC'D ORB
60/736 FR EASTERLING BEING
PARCEL "C" A 300 X 516.61 X
300 X 483 FT LOT & .6 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.80 AC OR BK-0290 PG-0930

00481-O000R
R-0113200 $1,126.68
BLAIR JOEY W & REGINA G
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 LOT 5
ORB 176/903 FR BLAIR
MAP #127C
BLK1

00508-055R
R-0124400 $552.06
HOOD CRAIG & ANNA
S17 T 4 R 9 .11 AC M/L BEING
LOT 2, UNREC PLAT BY FISHER
ORB 290/878 FR HILL SR
MAP 111A
.11 AC OR BK-0290 PG-0878

00523-O000R
R-0129100 HX $408.98
CARTER JOHN W & CHRISTINE
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21 ORB
111/706 FR POWELL
MAP# 111 A
BLK1

00561-000R
R-0133700 $42.27
GASKIN DAVID ET AL
S18T4 R 9 18 ACRES ,LOT4
ORIGINAL ORB 288/693 & 288/696
FR GASKIN ESTATE
MAP 111B
18.00 AC OR BK-0288 PG-0693

00561-001R
R-0133800 $727.38
PARKER THOMAS H & BILLY D
S 18 T4 R 9 83 ACRES PART OF
GOV'T LOTS 1 & 2 REC'D ORB
75/725 INCLUDING VACATED THE
'"NOOK" SUBDIVISION & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
83.00 AC OR BK-0296 PG-0621

00562-000R
R-0133900 $932.50
PARKER THOMAS H & BILLY D
S18 T 4 R 9107ACORB
78/734 FR LEWIS STATE BANK
& ORB 133/889 FR GEORGE G.
TAPPER CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
107.00 AC OR BK-0296 PG-0621

00574-000R
R-0137300 $481.69
BORDERS VALERIA HEIRS OF
S 30 T4 R 91.92 AC BEG AT
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4; RUN S 9
CHS, TH W 2.22 CHS, TH N 9
CHS, TH E 2.22 CHS TO POB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.92 AC

00579-000R
R-0137800 $141.21
TAYLOR JOHNNY L
S 30 T 4 R 9.1894 AC M/L 55


X 150 FT LOT ON COCHRAN
LANDING ROAD
ORB 280/436 FR CAUSEY
MAP 112B
.18 AC OR BK-0280 PG-0436

00581-OOR
R-0138000 $1,176.07
GOODWIN LEONADISUS & CHINGPEN
S30T4R9 2.71ACM/L
NW/4 OF SW/4 DESC
ORB 201/882 FR HAGELSTON LESS


ORB 382/66 FR GOODWIN
MAP 112B
2.71 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0066

00586-0OOR
R-0140600 $122.10
BRANNON CARL J OR PATRICIA A
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 ORB 199/263 FR
HATHAWAY
MAP# 112B

00586-050R
R-0141000 $195.11
HUTCHISON EMORY H SR
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 1
ORB 262/406 QC FR HUTCHISON
MAP #112B
BLK E

00589-O000R
R-0141300 $123.90
SHECTER TERI ANN
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 4 ORB 210/350 FR
FR SHECTER ESTATE
MAP #112B
BLK E

00613-01 OR
R-0143400 $140.37
ROBBINS MICHAEL LEE &
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6 ORB 141/136 FR EST
OF DUDLEY FRANKLIN ROBBINS
& ORB 166/5961/2 INT FR NOREM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00615-01 OR
R-0144400 $437.09
WHITFIELD DONNIE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 6 UNRECORDED
ORB 167/623 AA FR FUSELIER &
ORB 172/724 FR FUSELIER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00615-040R
R-0144700 HX $511.20
MARTIN BRENDA PRICE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOTS 2, 3, 5, 7
ORB 189/99 FR OSBURN
MAP #112B
BLK C

00619-050R
R-0147300 $555.24
VANLANDEGHEM JESSICA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD UNIT
NO 2 LOT 5
ORB 261/760 FR COX ORB 299/705
QC FR COOPER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00620-040R
R-0148000 $283.88
SANDERS JIMMIE L & FRED
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 6 ORB 81/502
MAP #112B
BLK K

00622-060R
R-0149500 HX $62.38
NEWSOME THOMAS A
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 1 ORB 151/253-254
FR FUSELIER & 151/255 QC FR
CHRISTINA NEWSOME
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00628-095R
R-0154500 $379.67
JAMERSON RALPH W & ERA R
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 2
LOT 3 ORB 259/614 FR COOPER
MAP# 112B

00629-080R
R-0155100 $215.03
PICKRON SHARLOTTE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 12 ORB 172/975
QC FR ARMSTRONG LESS ORB 303/
221 TO SKIPPER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00635-020R
R-0158300 HX $445.21
DEES JUDY E & WANDA TERRY
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD UNIT 2
LOTS 16, 17
ORB 349/965 QC FR TERRY
ORB 377/110 FR ZITO
BLK P MAP112B

00636-050R
R-0158700 HX $290.31
PAUL BRYAN P & LORI
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 1 180 FT. BY 135
FT. ORB 252/214 FR LAIRD
MAP #112B
BLKR

00637-050R
R-0159400 HX $714.21
SHURDEN CAROL ANN
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 11 & 12
ORB 358/980 QC FR WITf
MAP112B BLKR

00640-022R
R-0161100 $231.58
TIMMINS CAROLYN ANN
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 12 & 14 ORB 150/604-606
FR TIMMONS
MAP# 112B
BLKB

00640-027R
R-0161400 $208.24
REED TOM
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 16 & 17
ORB 352/996 FR WRIGHT
MAP112B BLKB

00640-071R


R-0163000 HX $276.71
HYSMITH BILLY WAYNE
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7, 8 ORB 169/844 FR
HYSMITH
MAP #112B
BLK F

00641-01 OR
R-0165400 $939.91
ADRIATICO JUAN TRUSTEE
S 30 T 4 R 9
167.33 FT ON COCHRAN LAND RD.


ORB 202/427 FR WREATH
MAP #112B

00642-005R
R-0166100 $1,422.53
COKER DAVID J
COCHRAN LANDING PROP.
UNRECORDED LOT 7
ORB 247/804 FR KENSINGER
MAP #112B

00642-016R
R-0167200 $1,091.28
COKER DAVID
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNREC.
LOT 6 ORB 243/996 FR
KENSINGER
MAP# 112B

00649-0OOR
R-0170700 $245.91
LAURIMORE MARVIN L
S 31 T 4 R 950 X 175 FT LOT
ORB 269/795 QC FR AMERICAN
SYSTEMS INC
MAP 112C

00650-O000R
R-0170800 HX $88.64
PRICE KENNETH C & KIMBERLY L
S31 T4R 9.55AC M/L 100 X
240 FT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW/4
ORB 136/142 CD FR PRICE
MAP# 112C

00664-O000R
R-0171900 $236.00
ADKINS FRED R
S31 T4R9.24 AC 175X60
FT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW/4
ORB 186/762 FR GLASS
MAP #112C
.24 AC OR BK-0186 PG-0762

00668-001R
R-0172400 HX $797.63
SCARABIN ROBERT M
S 31 T 4 R 91 AC LYING IN SWC
OF S/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4
ORB 276/347 FR HANNA
ORB 313/145 FR BROWN
MAP 112C
1.00 AC OR BK-0313 PG-0145

00670-030R
R-0173300 $1,767.26
GRIFFIN RACHEL G
S 31 T4 R9 159 FT RIVER FF;
N/2 OF ORIG LOT 1 LESS 210 FT
RIVER FRONT ORB 279/747 TO
MAILO & 281/947 & ORB 286/12
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00670-050R
R-0173600 $2,629.44
MAILO RACHEL I
S31T4R9 9.7ACM/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 236/67 FR
GRIFFIN & LESS 1 AC ORB 249/35
2 TO RILEY & LESS ORB 249/352
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
9.70 AC OR BK-0284 PG-0017

00670-051R
R-0173700 $1,040.00
MAILO RACHEL I
S 31 T 4 R 9
100 FT RIVER FRONT PARCEL
MAP 112C
9.70 AC

00687-030R
R-0177100 $358.59
HOOVER BILLY JOE
S7T51R9 BEING LOT 3 OFAN
UNRECORDED SUBD. ON ROBERTS
CEMETERY ROAD
ORB 274/785 FR GASKIN
MAP 113C
2.15 AC OR BK-0274 PG-0785

00692-0OOR
R-0178300 $419.34
HALL EDWARD
S7T5 R92.35AC
REC'D ORB 47/627 LESS ORB
90/377 TO KENNEDY & LESS ORB
148/228 TO BIDWELL & LESS ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

2.35 AC

00708-O000R
R-0180400 HX $290.11
RUSSELL CARRIE ANN
S18 T 5 R 91ACRE
150 X 290 FT ORB 203/608 FR
ADKISON ET AL
MAP# 114B
1.00 AC OR BK-0203 PG-0608

00709-110 R
R-0181600 HX $227.07
MOATES SHIRLEY & JIMMY -
S18T5R9 1ACM/L
LOT 7
UNREC. PLAT ORB 213/243 FR
MELVIN EST. & LESS 222/869 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.50 AC OR BK-0213 PG-0243

00710-285R
R-0184200 $498.46
LINTON BOBBY WAYNE &TAMMY
LYNN
S18T5R9 .92ACM/L
LOT 17
ORB 271/117 FR CROWELL
ORB 386/784 FR MEREDITH
MAP 114B
.92 AC OR BK-0386 PG-0784

00721-000R
R'-0186000 HX $372.68
DAVIS BRENT'& ANGELA
S18T5R91ACRE
ORB 361/885 FR NETBANK
ORB 385/894 FR RESOURCE BANC
SHARES MORTGAGE GROUP INC
MAP 114B
1.00 AC OR BK-0361 PG-0885

00728-125R
R-0187700 HX $634.26
JENKINS DORIS


S 19 T 5 R 9 HONEY HILL
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 & 6
ORB 131/464 FR LISTER
MAP# 114C

00728-150R
R-0188100 $106.47
PEAK JASON R
S 19 T5 R 9 HONEY HILL
(UNRECORDED) LOT 10
ORB 382/315 FR LISTER
ORB 384/841 FR CAUSEY


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MAP 114C

00728-225R
R-0189600 $224.64
CAUSEY BRANDON
S 19 T 5 R 9 HONEY HILL
(UNRECORDED) LOT 25
ORB 360/468 FR HANNEKEN
MAP# 114C

00733-075R
R-0191300 HX $58.39
HOUSE WILBUR M JR & RHONDA A
S 18 T 5 R 9 2.34 AC M/L
374.54 FT PARCEL ON SR 71;
336.62 FT DEPTH
ORB 199/758 FR BROCK
MAP# 114B
2.34 AC OR BK-0199 PG-0758

00733-400R
R-0192200 $206.84
SIMS STEVE H
S 18T5 R 9 1AC M/L285X
180 FT PARCEL
ORB 191/639 MORTG. DEED & ORB
241/852 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 114
1.00 AC OR BK-0241 PG-0852

00741-002R
R-0193900 $692.96
WILEY CHARLES G & MARTHA A
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
# 1 ORB 83/184 4.92 AC M/L
ORB 186/234 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 114C
4.92 AC OR BK-0186 PG-0234

00741-053R
R-0198300 $369.08
QUINN BILL C SR & JOE C
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT 4.2 AC
M/L FARM # 18 ORB 98/817
ASSIGN OF CONTRACT FR HOPPS
& ORB 174/280 FR GULF CO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.20 AC OR BK-0174 PG-0280

00741-093R
R-0198800 HX $725.21
ROSS ELI & LESLIE
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS
TRACT NO. 22
ORB 205/226 FR PETERSON
MAP# 114C
5.00 AC OR BK-0205 PG-0226

00747-O000R
R-0200500 HX $94.68
RICH HEIDI E
S 20 T 5 R 9 5.3 AC REC'D
ORB 21/770 & 1 ACRE SQUARE
FROM CARPENTER ORB 139/535
& ORB 121/131 FR GUILFORD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
6.30 AC OR BK-0315 PG-0001

00752-0OOR
R-0201000 $74.58
GARRETT ANITA L
S 20 T 5 R 9 .27 ACRES REC'D
ORB 129/952-53 FR GARRETT
MAP# 114D
.27 AC OR BK-0129 PG-0952

00755-O0OR
R-0201300 $360.87
MC LEMORE GROVER J JR
S 20 T 5 R 9 1.19 ACRES
ORB 292/760 FR MCLEMORE
ORB 327/439 FR MC LEMORE
MAP114D
1.19 AC OR BK-0327 PG-0439

00757-002R
R-0201600 $184.30
GASKIN CHARLEY & ROSELLE
S 20 T 5 R 9.21 AC N 60 FT
OF THE S/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4
LYING W OF SR 381 REC'D ORB
80/40, LESS ORB 71/947 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.20 AC

00769-050R
R-0203000 $113.18
CRUTCHFIELD FRED L & BRENDA L
S 26 T 5 R 9
58 FT CHIPOLA FRONT; 137.6 FT
AV DEPTH BEING LOT 4
ORB 263/105 FR MCLEMORE
MAP 143

00771-135R
R-0206400 $238.08
PRESCOTT HERBERT E & WANDA M
S 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.,ORB 144/
676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B

00771-202R
R-0207900 HX $26.75
STOKES WILLIAM J -
S28T5R9
BEING LOT 39 OF BRYANTS
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
ORB 178/742 FR WEBB
MAP# 132B

00787-DOOR
R-0210900 $158.57
EMANUEL LAURA
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 15 ORB 205/730 FR
MC KNIGHT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

:00805-000R
R-0212400 HX $260.56
AKE TIMOTHY J & CYNTHIA A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 4 & 6 ORB 105/67 FR
HERBERT & LOT 6 ORB 252/812-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00819-OO0R
R-0213900 HX $826.02
AKEGREGORY A & KRISTAL A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2


PG 38 LOT 13 & 15
ORB 248/965 FR AKE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00843-002R
R-0216400 HX $510.61
STEVENS CHRISTY
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO.1
LOTS 10, 12 LESS E 49'
ORB 183/198 FR TAUNTON FAMILY


(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00896-0OOR
R-0221500 $744.06
HILLIER ROBERT D & ROHONDA B
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 42
LOT 15 ORB 193/658 FR BROWN
MAP #94D
BLK 13

00936-015R
R-0228600 $614.07
MC LEMORE KEVIIN W & IDA E
S29T5R9 .46ACM/L
100 X 200 FT LOT
ORB 292/759 FR MCLEMORE
ORB 297/216 FR MCLEMORE, JR.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.46 AC OR BK-0374 PG-0372

00936-020R
R-0228700 HX $169.18
WILEY CHARLES G & MARTHA A
S 29 T5 R 9 5.9 AC M/L
100 X 117.5 FT LOT ORB 92/95
FR WILEY & PARCEL ORB 134/747-
48 FR MC LEMORE ET AL & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
5.90 AC OR BK-0164 PG-0031

00941-001 R
R-0229600 HX $166.41
BRYANT W 0 & RUTH M
S 29 T 5 R 9 6.7 AC REC'D ORB
63/219 FR FOREHAND (BEING 3.5
AC) AND REC'D ORB 73/851 FR
NEWTON (BEING 3.2 AC)
MAP #115A
6.70 AC

00949-0OOR
R-0230500 $108.27
WILEY CHARLES G

S29T5R9.9AC REC'D ORB
73/691, LESS ORB 52/495 TO
GASKIN & ORB 110/1038 FR
DANIELS
MAP# 115A
.91 AC OR BK-0110 PG-1038

00953-011R
R-0231100 $374.10
DAVIS GEORGE D & CLARENCE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 50 4.26 ACRES ORB
78/732 & ORB'1676 FR GULF CO.
FARMS, INC.
MAP #115B
4.26 AC OR BK-0167 PG-0006

00953-033R
R-0232600 $750.10
DEWBERRY TERRY W & SANDRA K
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
FARM# 71 & 72 4 ACRES ORB
83/997 & ORB 111/565-6 FR
GULF CO. FARMS ORB 345/324 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.00 AC OR BK-0345 PG-0324

00953-037R
R-0232900 $183.39
HOGUE CLARENCE & VIRGINIA G
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 76 2 ACRES ORB 177/675
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# 115B
2.00 AC OR BK-0177 PG-0675

00953-061R
R-0234400 $232.69
BELL TROY SR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
N/2 OF TRACT 90 2.59 AC M/L
ORB 141/424 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #115B
2.59 AC OR BK-0141 PG-0424

00953-064R
R-0234700 $461.73
FRASURE TERESA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 93 5.33 ACRES
ORB 212/421 FR DARMARAJAM
MAP # 115B
5.33 AC OR BK-0212 PG-0421

00953-069R
R-0235200 $839.68
RICE KEVIN
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
A 2 AC PORTION OF TRACT 95
ORB 197/424 FR JIM WALTER
HOMES INC.
MAP# 115B
2.00 AC OR BK-0196 PG-0444

00954-030R.
R-0236000 $365.33
BLOOD DONALD M III
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 110 4 AC M/L ORB 90/606
AA FR GULF CO FARMS & ORB
101/ 358 ASSIGN OF CONTRACT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.00 AC OR BK-0339 PG-0102

00954-151R
R-0238300 HX $357.85
HANIBLE JEROME L & PATRICIA G
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5
FARM NO. 151
ORB 191/144 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP# 115B
3.70 AC OR BK-0191 PG-0144

00954-152R
R-0238400 HX $488.67
STEPHENS NAOMI LYNN
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5
FARMS NO. 152 & 153
5.394 AC M/L.
ORB 282/165 FR NUNERY
MAP 115B
5.40 AC OR BK-0282 PG-0165

00962-115R
R-0240500 $166.67
STANLEY RONNIE LEE
S32T5R9 3ACM/L
BEING PARCEL 1
ORB 278/1005 QC FR M STANLEY
MAP 115D
3.00 AC OR BK-0278 PG-1005


00964-100R
R-0241400 $139.76
STANLEY RONNIE L
S 32 T5R9 .68 AC M/L
ORB 278/1002 QC FR M STANLEY
LESS ORB 306/866 TO COWART
MAP 1150
.68 AC OR BK-0278 PG-1002

00979-120R


R-0243700 $161.93
CURRY CLEO L
S33T5R9 .1106ACM/L
50 X 100 FT LOT
BEING LOT 17 PIPPIN PLAT
ORB 220/705 FR HUGGINS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.11 AC OR BK-0332 PG-0342

00979-160R
R-0244100 HX $138.55
MEREDITH GREGORY DANIEL
S 33 T5R9.16 AC M/L
BEING LOT 15 PIPPIN PLAT
REC'D IN ORB 160/932 FR PIPPIN
MAP# 132C
.16 AC OR BK-0160 PG-0932

00979-190R
R-0244500 $149.36
KUHN MICHAEL
S 33 T 5 R 9 .4499 AC M/L
BEING LOT 8, PIPPIN PLAT,
UNREC.
MAP# 132C
.45 AC

00979-205R
R-0244800 $103.11
REECE FRED L
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 16, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC. ORB 257/838 FR MEREDITH
ORB 384/486 FR MOSLEY
MAP 132C
.12 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0486

00986-0OOR
R-0246600 HX $26.23
FINCH JAMES &
S 33 T 5 R 9 .885 AC
ORB 289/790 FR BURCH
MAP 132C
.89 AC OR BK-0289 PG-0790

00992-OOOR
R-0249500 $535.27
ANDERSON LOY B & JOANN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOTS 1, 3, 5, 7
ORB 241/858 FR MARSH
BLK 1
MAP 1320

01027-0OOR
R-0255300 $185.22
MATHIS BOBBY W & SHIRLEY L
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT 3 ORB 136/148-49 AA
FR OWENS
MAP# 132D
BLK 8

01041-215R
R-0259400 $235.77
GRICE CHARLES W & PAMELA A
CHIPOLA LANDING SUB PB 4 PG 60
LOT 10
BLK B
ORB 373/100 FR RISH ET AL
MAP 132D

01050-070R
R-0263500 HX $778.19
COURSE ROBERT JR & KATHRYN R
S 11 T 6 R 9 30.19 AC M/L
BEING PARCEL 8, 20 AC ORB 158/
536 FR NORTON & PATE TRUSTEES
& PORTION OF PARCEL 7 BEING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
30.19 AC OR BK-0272 PG-0834

01083-050R
R-0269900 $106.46
VAN DER TULIP WILLIAM J
S15T6R9 3.194 AC M/L
REC'D ORB 351/468 FR ST JOE
TIMBERLAND CO LLC
MAP# 134
3.19 AC OR BK-0351 PG-0468

01187-006R
R-0282800 $211.49
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
S 25 T 3 R 10 BEING PARCEL NO
10 ORB 169/762 FR HARRIS
MAP #91A

01187-007R
R-0282900 $175.24
SNELL DONALD E
S 25 T3 R 10 REC'D ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO 15
MAP #91A

01191-005R
R-0284500 $285.15
LENNICX MILTON A
S 25 T 3 R 10 .687 AC M/L 128
FT BY 234 FT ON DEAD LAKES;
ON E SIDE OF IDLEWOOD DR
ADJACENT TO LOT 1 BLOCK 4
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.69 AC OR BK-0149 PG-0129

01204-003R
R-0288500 HX $50.02
LEARY SHAWN & CHEREI
SHAMROCK ESTATES PB 2 PG 43
LOT 1
ORB 361/797 QC FR LEARY
MAP# 91A BLK 1

01207-000R
R-0289400 $209.87
CAUSEY BRAD
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT 1
PB2PG49 LOT1
ORB 295/484 FR REDMON
MAP 114B
BLK 1

01208-000R
R-0289500 $139.47
ADKISON SCOTT A
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT NO 1
PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 2 & 4
ORB 254/48 FR HOLLAND
MAP# 114B
BLK1

01238-000R
R-0292100 $587.53
GATE JOHN C & PATRICK P


MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1 & 2
ORB 346/657 QC FR TUCKER
MAP 91A BLK1

01243-00RR
R-0292800 HX $2,312.38
DUNAHOO JOHN R
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 4, 5 & 6 ORB 82/313 &
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHAROON ORB


94/735 TO SANSOM ORB 96/329
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01248-000R
R-0293800 $292.56
ADKINS GLORIA
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
PARCEL 1, STRIPLING MINOR REPL
AT ORB 312/716
BLK 3
MAP 91A

01248-050R
R-0293900 $53.41
ADKINS GLORIA
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
PARCEL 2, STRIPLING MINOR REPL
AT ORB 312/716
MAP 91A

01254-0OOR
R-0294500 $216.80
AMTRA INC
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 257/543 FR
JARVIS
MAP# 91A
BLK 4

01268-000R
R-0296500 $422.96
SOWELL JERRY D & BARBARA
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1 PB 2
PG 15 LOT1 ORB 111/82 FR
SPANN
MAP #91A
BLK 4

01294-0OOR
R-0298700 $167.48
KIRKLAND CHARLES E & JUDITH E
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 LOT 4 & E 25 FT OF LOT
3 ORB 179/964 FR LINDSEY
MAP #91A
BLK 4

01295-O000R
R-0298800 $106.47
SMITH JERRY E OR KAREN S
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 LOT 5 & S 25 FT OF LOT
7 ORB 222/634 FR TATUM
MAP# 91A
BLK 4

01308-000R
R-0300000 HX $141.50
STOKES VICKIE S
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 LOT 5 & 6
ORB 263/109 QC FR STOKES
MAP 91A
BLK 5

01330-001R
R-0302200 $358.31
COWART LAWRENCE P
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 58.96 X 133.01 FT AV
DEPTH LOT OUT OF LOT 9
ORB 358/118 FR FERGUSON ET AL
MAP 91A BLK 6
.17 AC OR BK-0358 PG-0118

01333-010R
R-0302500 $25.13
SYFRETT RAYMOND L TRUSTEE
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT # 1
E 30 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 365/37 FR SYFRETT
MAP# 91A
BLK 6

01359-205R
R-0306500 $102.57
HUNTER KIM & HATTIE P
S35T3 R10 2.81 AC
OWENS, UNREC. SUB
LOT 1 UNREC AA FR OWENS
MAP# 91
BLK A
2.81 AC

01359-210R
R-0306600 $111.30
HUNTER KIM & HATTIE P
S35T3R10 3.10 AC
OWENS, UNREC. SUB
LOT 2 UNREC AA FR OWENS
MAP# 91
BLK A
3.10 AC

01359-550R
R-0309500 HX $1,300.03
COMBS DUSTIN J
S 35 T 3 R 10 :5 AC M/L BEING
LOT 10 TAUNTON SUBDIVISION
ORB 285/339 FR TAUNTON ET AL
ORB 318/595 FR TAUNTON DEVELOP
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.50 AC OR BK-0318 PG-0595

01362-0OOR
R-0310100 $38.07
SYFRETT RAYMOND TRUSTEE
S 36 T 3 R 10 45 AC M/L REC'D
ORB 73/609 (PARCEL IV) LESS
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD, ORB
38/121 ORB 34/812, ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
45.00 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0037

01368-170R
R-0313700 $171.67
BECKER SCOTTA
S 36 T 3 R 10 1.32 AC LOT3
CRESTWOOD ACRES (UNRECORDED)
ORB 280/110 FR FOREMOST LLC
ORB 351/789 FR RISH & MUINA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01368-175R
R-0313800 $171.67
BECKER SCOTTA
S36T3R10 1.33AC LOT4
CRESTWOOD ACRES (UNRECORDED)
ORB 280/110 FR FOREMOST LLC
ORB 351/789 FR RISH & MUINA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01369-110R
R-0315800 HX $986.77
NICKELL DONNA K


S 35 & 36 T 3 R 10 5.25 AC M/L
250.32 FT ON SR 71; 674 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 103/712 FR OWENS &
LESS 237/267 FR NICKELL
MAP# 91D
6.00 AC OR BK-0103 PG-0712

01372-0OOR
R-0316300 $513.05
NUNERY BENJAMIN F JR & ALISHA
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC IN SWC OF


NW/4 OF SECTION
ORB 292/718 FR LESTER
MAP 91 D
1.00 AC OR BK-0292 PG-0718

01373-005R
R-0316800 $36.69
THOMAS EUGENE B ET UX
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC M/L REC'D
ORB 76/697 FR KINARD
MAP #91 D
1.00 AC

01374-O000R
R-0317400 $979.19
KELLER BERNARD L &
S 36 T3R 101 AC
ORB 194/361 FR TYRE
MAP #91D
1.00 AC OR BK-0194 PG-0361

01380-000R
R-0318000 HX $728.21
OUTLAW A R & NELLA K
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
2
ORB 352/455 FR PADGETT
MAP 128B BLK1

01383-0OOR
R-0318300 HX $420.67
LOWERY ROY & SUSAN
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
5 ORB 105/765 FR MAYHANN
ORB 372/690 FR LOWREY/WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01409-O000R
R-0321200 $263.72
CROMER JOHNNY ET AL
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
3 UNREC. AGREEMENT FR MALOY
MAP #128B
BLK 4

01432-O000R
R-0323400 $800.74
HODGES ELAINE & LAURIE DUKE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
14 ORB 251/254 QC FR DUKE
MAP #128B
BLK 5

01448-003R
R-0325400 $357.52
THOMPSON RON
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA LOT 13 ORB 159/917 FR
PRICE ORB 319/133 FR MILLER
ORB 319/134 FR ATZBERGER
MAP 128B BLK 2

01481-001R
R-0330800 $112.43
SYFRETT RAYMOND L & ANN S
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 4, 5 & 6 ORB 73/609 &
ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT
MAP# 91D
BLK 1

01484-050R
R-0331300 $27.35
SYFRETT RAYMOND L TRUSTEE
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "NOT INCLUDED
IN THIS PLAT" LYING N OF
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 1 ORB 73/609
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX ROLL)

01487-002R
R-0331700 $27.35
SYFRETT RAYMOND L
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 E 63.46 FT OF LOT 4 ORB
123/156-57 QC FR ANN SYFRETT
MAP# 91D
BLK 2

01487-003R
R-0331800 $88.65
SYFRETT RAYMOND L TRUSTEE
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG4
LOTS 5, 6,16, 17, 18, 19 & 20;
LESS PART OF LOTS 6 & 16 IN
ORB 73/608 & ORB 73/609 & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01490-003R
R-0332200 $105.36
SYFRETT RAYMOND L
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS 1 THRU 7 ORB 73/609 &
ORB 123/156-57 QC FR SYFRETT
MAP# 91D
BLK 3

01494-002R
R-0332700 $396.16
SYFRETT ELIZABETH A
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 17 ORB 73/609
ORB 364/697 FR SYFRETT
MAP# 91D BLK 3

01494-050R
R-0332800 $32.92
SYFRETT RAYMOND & ANN S
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING
ATE END OF CENTRAL AVE &
ADJOINING LOT 17
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01501-000R
R-0333400 $398.09
LAW CECIL E & CHERYL ANN
S36T3R10 1ACM/L
ORB 238/477 FR LEE PARCEL 1&2
ORB 276/580 FR CESARONI
MAP 910D

01503-050R
R-0333700 $161.49
JOHNSON JOHNNY LEE III
S 1 T4 R 10 1AC M/L BEG AT
THE NE CORNER RUN WEST 210
FT, THENCE SOUTH 210 FT
THENCE E 210 FT; THENCE NORTH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.01 AC OR BK-0309 PG-0087


01505-0OOR
R-0333900 $404.22
SYFRETT RAYMOND L TRUSTEE
S 1 T 4 R 10 320 AC M/L BEING
W/2 OF SECTION
ORB 109/372 FR ST JOE PAPER CO
LESS ORB 272/900 TO SYFRETT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
320.00 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0034


01505-050R
R-0334000 $537.36
SYFRETT RAYMOND L TRUSTEE
S 1 T4S R 10W 295.88 AC M/L
E/2 OF SEC LESS 825 X 1320 IN
NEC ORB 272/900 FR ST JOE TIMB
ERLAND CO OF DELEWARE LLC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
295.88 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0034

01511-001R
R-0336300 $119.69
CAUSEY DEBRA S & JAMES W
S2T4R101 AC FR GLASS
ORB 163/280 FR WERDEN
MAP #92
1.00 AC OR BK-0163 PG-0280

01517-150R
R-0342700 $116.51
SMITH DAVID R
S 3 T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L PORTION
OF TRACT 1 AREA B
ORB 166/658 FR MILES
MAP # 74
1.00 AC OR BK-0166 PG-0658

01517-170R
R-0342900 $337.17
ALEXANDER MILDRED R
S3T4R10
LOT 13 & 14 OF STONE CREEK
ACRES (UNREC) ORB 128/804 FR
TAUNTON
MAP#f74

01517-535R
R-0343900 $562.74
THOMAS STEVEN K & YVONNE R
S3T4R10 2 AC M/L
143.95 X 605.22 FT. PARCEL
ORB 272/880 FR TAUNTON/CLECKLE
Y MAP 74
2.00 AC OR BK-0272 PG-0880

01519-010R
R-0345400 HX $39.67
EASTER ALLEN L & STEPHANIE R
S 3 T4 R 10 2.06 AC M/L
200 X447 FT PARCEL
ORB 205/183 FR SMALL
ORB 317/27 FR PORTER
MAP 74
2.06 AC OR BK-0317 PG-0027

01519-100R
R-0345900 HX $386.86
WAIT TRACY A
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 1
ORB 250/85 FR BANKAMERICA
HOUSING SERVICES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01519-130R
R-0346500 HX $362.15
QUICK CHESTER H & TERESA
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 7,8,9 3.36 AC
M/L ORB 243/356 FR TAUNTON ,
ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
3.36 AC OR BK-0243 PG-0356

01519-155R
R-0346800 HX $175.57
WHITTINGTON CANDI & DOUGLAS.
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
ORB 233/661-662 FR EMERALD
COAST FED. C.U.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01519-160R
R-0346900 $109.14
CAMPBELL SETH T
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 13
ORB 343/936 FR ANDERSON
MAP 74 BLK A

01519-240R
R-0348000 HX $104.78
PORTER CURTIS JR & CAROL J
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 1 ORB
137/912-16 FR TAUNTON ET AL
& ORB 205/175 CD FR TLC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01526-004R
R-0350800 $168.47
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W & JACKIE L
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.50 AC TRACT 4"
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 155/844 FR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.50 AC OR BK-0155 PG-0844

01526-006R
R-0351000 $142.37
ADKINS L E & LINDA
S 4 T4 R 10 1.24 AC M/L
TRACT 2 STONE MILL CREEK
ACRES (UNRECORDED) ORB
143/374 FR WEWA STATE BANK
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.24 AC OR BK-0143 PG-0374

01528-040R
R-0351900 $322.51
OGLESBY SARA
S4T4R10 2.066ACM/L
LOTS 4 & 5, UNREC SUB
MAP# 74
2.04 AC

01529-050R
R-0353700 $307.05
TOLBERT RICKY E & CHRISTY L
S4T4R10 3.99ACM/L
SN/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4
ORB 260/5078 FR BAKER
LESS 1.01 AC SPLIT OUT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
3.99 AC OR BK-0389 PG-0248

01530-001R
R-0353900 HX $681.40
DIAZ PAMELA G & RENE
S4T4R10 3ACM/L
TRACT A ORB 235/957 FR
TAUNTON ETAL
MAP# 74


3.00 AC OR BK-0235 PG-0957

01530-055R
R-0355600 $269.17
SHUMAN REBA D
S4T4R10 1ACM/L
BEING LOT 13, UNREC. SUB.
ORB 343/930 FR HYSMITH
MAP 74
1.00 AC OR BK-0343 PG-0930


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01530-060R
R-0355700 $146.65
TLC PROP
S4T4R10
LOT 14, UNREC. SUB.
MAP# 74

01530-075R
R-0356000 $135.31
SMITH INY A
S4T4R10 1AC M/L LOT 17
(UNRECORDED) AA FR SHREWSBURY
MAP 74
1.00 AC OR BK-0290 PG-0038

01530-220R
R-0356700 $276.00
MELVIN CECIL
S4T4R10 2.03 AC M/L
LOT D ORB 226/445 FR TAUNTON
ORB 376/487 QC FR MELVIN ET AL
ORB 376/490 FR ESTATE OF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.03 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0490

01531-005R
R-0357500 HX $63.83
NUNNERY JEREMY JAY
S4T4R10 2.25 AC M/L
AS PER DEED ORB 269/236 FR
NUNNERY
MAP 74
2.25 AC

01538-055R
R-0358500 $114.71
HELMS JON C
S 9T4R 10 1 AC M/L
ORB 324/491 FR HARPER
MAP 74
1.00 AC

01538-105R
R-0358900 $205.15
FOSTER STEPHEN H HOWARD E
S 9 T 4 R 10 25.95 AC M/L NE/4
OF NW/4 LESS 5 AC IN NWC OF
NE/4 OF NW/4 ORB 136/116 FR
BARLOW & LESS 5.05 AC IN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
25.95 AC OR BK-0258 PG-0635

01538-120R
R-0359200 $598.36
FOSTER HOWARD E & MAVIS
S 9 T4R10 1AC M/L BEING
PARCEL 2, ORB 120/847 FR FOSTE
R & ORB 358/974 FR ORB 325/520
FOSTER ET AL
MAP 74
1.00 AC

01545-055R
R-0362000 HX $711.82
MILLIONS FRED L
S10T4R10 4ACM/L
212.12 FT CREEKFRONT; 413.17
FT AV DEPTH ORB 158/478-480
FR TAUNTON ET AL & ORB 214/953
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.00 AC OR BK-0277 PG-0952

01545-080R
R-0362500 HX $349.24
NICHOLS EDDIE E & TERI J
S10T4R10 1 AC M/L
100 FT PARCEL; STONE MILL
CREEK FRONTAGE ORB 237/502 FR
TAUNTON E 'At r'---
MAP# 74.

01545-130R
R-0363300 HX $372.97
BRADLEY CHARLES E & CLARA J
S 10T4 R 10 2.23 AC M/L
BEING PARCEL 1; BRADLEY MINOR
REPLAT
MAP 74
2.23 AC OR BK-0329 PG-0847

01545-132R
R-0363400 $307.01
BRADLEY CHARLES E & CLARA J
S10T4R10 3.4ACM/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 174/184 FR
TLC ORB 329/847 FR TAUNTON E
T AL LESS S/2
MAP 74
3.40 AC

01545-160R
R-0364100 HX $183.43
SANDLIN DEIDRA TAMARA
S10T4R10 1.35 AC ML
PARCEL ON STONE MILL CREEK RD
ORB 235/641 FR TAUNTON ET AL
& ORB 262/601 FR TLC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.35 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0911

01545-180R
R-0364500 HX $80.65
VEASEY REX & AARON DENISE
S10T4R10 1.05 AC M/L
130 FT ON CREEKVIEW DR.;
351.51 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 252/513-514 FR AKE
MAP#74
1.05 AC OR BK-0252 PG-0513

01545-210R
S R-0364800 HX $431.25
COLVIN JOHN & KAREN
S10OT4R10 5.65 ACM/L
S 470.15 FT ON CREEKVIEW DR.
SORB 272/1016 AAFR TLC
MAP74
. 5.65 AC OR BK-0272 PG-1016
S 01546-006R
S R-0364900 $289.89
EVERETT DEBORAH A
S10OT4R10 2 AC M/L
.LOTS "S-2" & "S-3"
ORB 245/714 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP#74
2.00 AC OR BK-0245 PG-0714

01546-480R
S R-0366400 HX. ,$295.23
RHAMES JERRY
S 10 T4 R 10.77 AC M/L
LOT16, UNREC SUB
S ORB 250/765 FR LISTER
MAP# 74


1.77 AC OR BK-0250 PG-0765

01546-490R
R-0366600 $101.47
THOMAS STEVEN K
S 10OT4 R10 1.24 ACM/L
LOT 18, UNREC SUB
ORB 367/754 FR LISTER
MAP 74
1.24 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0754


01546-530R
R-0367000 $116.51
ROPER RICKY B
S 10 T4R 10 1.34 AC M/L
LOT 25, UNREC SUB
ORB 325/39 FR LISTER
MAP 74
1.34 AC OR BK-0325 PG-0039

01546-540R
R-0367200 HX $414.32
KENT AARON G & CRYSTAL L
S 10 T4R 10 1.41 ACM/L
LOT 27 UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION
ORB 286/809 FR LISTER ORB 317
/690 FR TAUNTON
MAP 74
1.41 AC OR BK-0317 PG-0690

01564-000R
R-0369100 HX $302.89
GILMORE KEVIN W & STEPHANIE L
LAKEHEIGHTS SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
LOTS 6, 7 & 8 BLK 3
ORB 348/207 QC FR GILMORE
ORB 388/440 QC FR GILMORE
MAP 92C

01570-200R
R-0370000 $3,564.01
TFR ENTERPRISES INC
S 11T4R10 3.1 AC M/L
300 X 450 FT PARCEL ORB 179/
276 FR GASKIN & ORB 179/794 FR
TRAYLOR
MAP# 92C
3.10 AC OR BK-0179 PG-0794

01574-100OR
R-0370600 $153.08
SYFRETT CLAYTON R
S 14 T 4 R 10 3.03 AC M/L E/2
OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4, LYING
E OF SR 71; HAVING 670 FT M/L
ON SR 71; 105 FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
3.03 AC OR BK-0136 PG-0270

01575-250R
R-0372300 $69.58
GRASS BARBARA L
S 14 T 4 R 10 DEAD LAKES WEST
SUBD UNRECORDED LOT 19
ORB 231/422 FR GRASS
MAP #93B

01578-001R
R-0376900 $366.45
HATTON DIANA
S14T4 R 10.7ACM/L 104
FT ON WEST ARM OF DEAD LAKES
ORB 290/859 FR HATTON ESTATE
MAP 93B

01579-120R
R-0379400 HX $166.50
MARTIN RONNIE R
DANNY BROGDON PLAT, UNREC.
LOT 14 ORB 159/683 FR BROGDON
& ORB 200/78 QC FR MARTIN
MAP# 93A

01588-000R
R-0382900 HX $220.77
WEATHERLY ROBIN S
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
LOT 7 ORB 221/94 FR WHITE
MAP #93B
S BLK1

01590-O000R
R-0383100 $348.54
CELEDONIA BETTY
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
LOT 10 ORB 204/782 FR WILLIAMS
ORB 371/44 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 93B BLK1

01591-00OR
R-0383200 $734.16
MAYS JOSH I
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
LOTS 11 & 12 ORB 118/596 FR
SCHAFFER EST. & ORB 226/837
QC FR HENRY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01596-O000R
R-0383700 HX $112.84
PETERS BETTY A
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
LOTS 6, 7 & 8 & 100 FTTO
WATER ORB 251/917 FR PETERS
(LIFE ESTATE RESERVED),
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01604-O000R
R-0384600 $72.23
GREENE BERTHA L
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
LOT 5 ORB 242/125 FR SURBER &
PETITJEAN
MAP #93B,
BLK3

01628-000R
R-0386900 $243.37
MC COY BETTY TRUSTEE
S13T4R10
ORB 211/986 FR MC COY
MAP #93A

01637-002R
R-0387900 $559.14
TERRY ELOUISE
S 13 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
70/524 BEING80 X 100 FT LOT
MAP #93A

01646-01 OR
R-0389300 $1,074.11
PARKER TERRI DALE
S 13T4 R 10 125 FT ON DEAD
LAKES; 500 FT AV DEPTH ORB
88/473 AA FR BROGDON & VOLZ
& ORB 138/185 FR HARRISON &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.43 AC OR BK-0199 PG-0265

01651-OOOR
R-0390800 $329.28
TOM REED ENTERPRISES INC
S13T4R 10A60X100 FT
LOT FR WHALEY REC'D ORB
142/105-6


ORB 339/390 FR DANFORD
MAP 93A
.13 AC OR BK-0339 PG-0390

01662-O000R
R-0392000 $394.79
ALLEN LISA M
S13 & 24T4R10
80 FT PARCEL ON S.R. 71 AS
UNREC AA FR HALL & ORB 198/419
QC FR HALL


MAP# 93A

01676-050R
R-0393300 HX $422.60
HOWELL ELAINE
S13T4R10
100 X 100 FT LOT ORB 327/120
FR MADDOX
MAP #93A

01683-100R
R-0394200 $62.76
ROUSE RUBY
S 14 T 4 R 10 .757 AC M/L 100
X 150 FT LOT & 120 X 150 FT
LOT IN NWC OF SW/4 OF W/4

01685-000R
R-0394400 $723.38
DAVILLA HENRY J & BRENDA ANN
S 13 & 24 T 4 R 10 2.282 AC
THAT PT OF SEC 13 & 24
ORB 234/727 FR DAVILLA
MAP #93A & #93D
4.00 AC OR BK-0234 PG-0727

01686-002R
R-0394600 $168.25
RESTER DON C ET UX
S 14 T 4 R 10 .52 AC M/L
37.14 FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB
80/1040
MAP #93B

01688-01OR
R-0395200 $895.58
GASKINS JERRY K
S 14 T 4 R 10 3.7 AC REC'D
ORB 187/519 FR STEPHENSON
MAP #93B
3.70 AC OR BK-0187 PG-0519

01702-OOR
R-0396800 HX $192.60
ROUSE EUGENE
S 14T4 R 10 1.5AC M/L
ORB 12/416 BEING IN NWC OF
SW/4 OF SW/4 & LESS ORB 173/
557 TO STACY
MAP# 93B
2.00 AC

01725-0OOR
R-0399800 $543.89
PARKER THOMAS H & ANNE H
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM AT
NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 300 FT
TO POB, S 150 FT, W 150 FT, N
150 FT, E 150 FT TO POB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.51 AC OR BK-0325 PG-0696

01725-015R
R-0399900 $224.19
PARKER THOMAS H & ANNE H
S15T4R10 7.4 AC COM AT
ORB 222/86
QC FR PARKER & ORB 299/94 QC
FR PARKER
MAP 75
7.40 AC

01725-050R
R-0400000 $421.19
PARKER THOMAS H & ANNE H
S 15T4 R1014.6 AC M/L
ORB 299/94 QC FR PARKER
MAP 75
14.60 AC OR BK-0299 PG-0094

01763-001R
R-0404500 $282.72
PRIDGEON RONALD L
S 22 T 4 R 10 5.35 ACRES M/L
210 FT BY'1110 FT PARCEL IN
NW1/4 OF NE1/4 ORB 82/672
5.35 AC

01768-050R
R-0405800 HX $241.61
JONES PATRICIA
S23T4 R 10 .5 ACM/L
BEING LOT 10 OF AN UNRECORDED
SURVEY FOR LISTER ORB 130/
600 FR LISTER
MAP 93C
.50 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0076

01780-OOOR
R-0407100 HX $538.81
DAVIS OTIS JR & DEBORAH R
S 22 T4 R 10 5 2/3 AC REC'D
ORB 231/171 TO DAVIS ET AL
(LIFE EST. RES.)
MAP 75
5.25 AC OR BK-0231 PG-0171

01780-002R
R-0407300 $104.93
DAVIS OTIS JR ET UX
S 22 & 23 T4 R 10 60 AC
REC'D ORB 72/694 PARCELS 1 &
2 & ORB 75/590, ORB 231/171 TO
DAVIS ET AL (LIFE EST. RES)
MAP 75 & 93C
60.00 AC OR BK-0231 PG-0171

01784-000R
R-0407700 $52.41
MYERS VALERIE CALLIE SMALL &
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 ACRE REC'D
DBK 20/131 BEING IN NW/4 OF
NW/4 ORB 132/918 FR LOFTON
MAP 93C
.50 AC OR BK-0132 PG-0918

01785-000R
R-0407800 $554.85
MC NEALEY FLORENCE
S23T4 R 10 LOT OF LANDS.
OF LOFTIN LOT 75 FT. BY 102
FT. ORB 82/37
MAP 93C
.17 AC

01785-01 0R
R-0408100 HX $324.74
JACKSON GWENDOLYN
S 23 T 4 R 101.90 ACM/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 227/433
MAP 93C
1.90 AC OR BK-0227 PG-0432

01785-020R


R-0408200 $27.35
TURNER DIANE
S23T4R10.16AC 50 X 100
FT LOT FROM BECK
ORB 230/130 QC FR JONES
MAP 93C
.11 AC OR BK-0230 PG-0130

01791-070R
R-0409400 HX $138.53
MC DANIEL MARY LOIS &
S 23 T4 R 10 2.88 AC M/L


BEING TRACT 7A GRIFFIN FARM
ORB 145/712 QC FR HOLLEY &
ORB 157/87 QC FR KING & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.88 AC OR BK-0172 PG-0927

01797-O000R
R-0410500 $118.31
TURNER DIANE
S 23 T4 R 10 2/5 ACRE 75 FT
BY 165 FT ON OLD PANAMA RD.
FR EDDIE ROUSE REC'D ORB
168/431 FR ASH
MAP #93C
.28 AC OR BK-0168 PG-0431

01803-001R
R-0411000 $246.97
HILLIER ROBERT D OR RHONDA B
C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOT 5
ORB 189/616 FR SEMMES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01813-0OOR
R-0412500 HX $403.38
FLOWERS SANDRA
C L MORGAN'S ADDITION TO WEWA
FL UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 33 LOT 5
ORB 274/141 FR FLOWERS
MAP 93C
BLK 6

01816-OOOR
R-0412800 $305.18
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE ET AL
S23T4R10
ORB 123/728 FR FISHER & LESS
.15 AC M/L ORB 142/78 TO
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON & ORB 179/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.40 AC OR BK-0179 PG-0112

01826-01OR
R-0414300 $114.71
MYERS CRAIG
S 23 T 4 R 10
LOT 2, UNREC. WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB 201/685 QC FR BASS
MAP# 93C

01826-050R
R-0414700 $168.47
JONES JACKIE MARIE
S 23 T4 R 10.313 AC M/L 75
FT LOT ON OLD PANAMA RD.
181.15 FT AV DEPTH BEING
LILLIE BELLE JONES HOUSE ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.31 AC OR BK-0134 PG-0155

01831-010R
R-0415500 $27.35
JOHNSON ARTHUR B
S 23 T 4 R 10 .625 AC M/L 165
X 165 FT LOT ORB 90/743 FR
MATHER
MAP# 93C
.62 AC OR BK-0090 PG-0743

01846-050R
R-0417300 $162.24
NOBLES WILLIE FLOYD
S 23 T 4 R 10 1.88 AC M/L
179.85 X 467' PARCEL
PARCEL REC'D ORB 200/130 FR
KIRKLAND
MAP# 93C
1.88 AC OR BK-0200 PG-0130

01847-O000R
R-0417400 $314.08
FISHER CEAPHOUS HEIRS OF
S 23 T 4 R 10.26 AC 75 X 151
FT LOT ORB 7/578
MAP# 93C
.26 AC OR BK-0007 PG-0578

01863-O000R
R-0419200 HX $80.80
WILLIAMS JESSIE LEE
S23T4R10 1AC
IN NW/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB
118/288 FR FISHER
MAP# 93C
1.00 AC OR BK-0118 PG-0288

01864-0OOR
R-0419300 $371.75
TURNER DIANE
S 23 T4R 101 ACRE
ORB 245/602 TO TURNER
MAP# 93C
1.00 AC OR BK-0245 PG-0602

01865-0OOR
R-0419500 $155.47
WOODARD TREASA
S 23 T4 R 101.1 AC
ORB 150/974-975 FR PARKER &
ORB 179/824 QC FR VANN
MAP# 93C
1.10 AC OR BK-0179 PG-0824
01883-000R
R-0421000 $1,267.07
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 24T4 R 10176 FT.
FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL) ORB 155/158-159 FR
PRIDGEON
MAP# 93D

01883-001R
R-0421100 $58.95
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 24 T 4 R 101 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NW1/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD
PARCEL)
MAP# 93D
1.00 AC

01897-000R
R-0423700 $548.80
SMITH FELTON B
S 24T4R 10 18 FT ACROSS
THE S SIDE OF LOT 3 OF THE
HIGGINS & HOLLINGER PLAT IN
PB 1 PG 25 REC'D DBK 21/43
MAP# 93D

01898-000R


R-0423800 $1,686.62
HARRELL MICHELLE (LIFE ESTATE)
S13T4R10
ORB 203/24 FR HUNTER
ORB 389/577 FR LIFE ESTATE
MANN UNTIL DEATH OR 9/16/09
MAP 93A

01926-000R
R-0429400 $870.87
KENT CHARLES M & PATRICIA D
S24T4R10
ORB 170/542 FR GASKIN


02173-026R
R-0461800 $399.00
COOPER GEORGE W
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10
ORB 331/537 FR SEMMES
MAP 94B BLKB

02174-OOOR
R-0462700 $86.38
MAILO RACHAEL G


ORB 311/586 FR BRITT
ORB 380/997 FR BROWN
MAP 93D

01929-125R
R-0432400 $1,824.19
PETERSON ANTHONY L & TANISHA J
OAK GARDENS PB 4 PG 21 .22 AC
LOT 25
ORB 359/685 FR TAUNTON DEVELOP
MENT INC
MAP 93D
6.97 AC OR BK-0359 PG-0685

01936-DOOR
R-0433300 $642.25
BLISS MYRON A
S 24 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE A LOT
100 BY 165 FT.
ORB 194/1525 FR BROGDON
MAP# 93D

01954-O000R
R-0434800 $869.07
ALDERMAN KENNETH R & JOANIE M
S 24 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
47/454
MAP# 93D
.50 AC

01969-007R
R-0436800 HX $238.80
KING BOBBY W & KIMBERLY
SOUTHERN HOMES UNIT ONE PB 3
PG 3 LOT 6 75 X 151.68 ORB
114/871 FR LEONARD (WIREGRASS
HOME BUILDER)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01992-0OOR
R-0439100 $3,404.57
BAR TEN LAND DEVELOPMENT INC
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 30 & 31 & N.6 FT
LOT 29 (DRIVE-IN) ORB 280/15
FR BARLOW(BEING WEWA RESTAUR-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.26 AC OR BK-0280 PG-0015

02038-0OOR
R-0444500 HX $290.97
MARSHALL DALE C & TERRI R
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 149, 150,151,
152 & 153 ORB 147/403-404
FR RISH
MAP# 94A

02046-O000R
R-0445300 HX $176.85
SHIRAH INA J
LAKESIDE ADDITION PB 1 PG 4
LOTS 5, 6, & N/2 OF LOT 7
ORB 197/579 FR SHIRAH & LESS
ORB 221/671 TO BISHOP & LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02089-O000R
R-0449800 $633.15
JOHNSON JOHN J & PATRICIA M
GULF COUNTY LAND CO SUBD
PB1PG 11 LOT 21
ORB 360/419 CT FR CLERK OF THE
COURT
MAP 93D BLK 7

02094-000R
R-0450500 HX $265.47
LISTER IDA MAE
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
PB 1 PG 11
LOTS 7, 8, 9 & N 5 FT OF LOT 6
ORB 136/673-74 ORB 186/938-939
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02122-O000R
R-0453300 $99.88
GASKIN DAVID C
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
LOTS 1, 2, PB 1 PG 11
MAP# 93D
BLK 19

02123-OOOR
R-0453400 $101.68
FLEMING MAX & BETTY
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
LOTS 3, 4, PB 1 PG 11
ORB 194/618 FR MILLER ORB 326
/460 FR LISTER
MAP 93D BLK 19

02124-0OOR
R-0453500 $1,688.71
FLEMING MAX W ET UX
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
LOTS 5, 6, ORB 71/37 PB 1 PG
11
MAP# 930
BLK 19

02130-0OOR
R-0454100 $1,268.42
PRICE LORI HALL
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
LOTS 29, 30 & 31 PB1 PG 11
ORB 252/607-608 FR NELSON
MAP# 93D
BLK 19

02154-002R
R-0456600 $278.39
WRIGHT NATHAN JERRY
LAKE ALICE ADDITION PB 1 PG 9
LOT 15 ORB 169/188
MAP# 93D

02154-003R
R-0456700 $457.33
KENT STEVEN
LAKE ALICE ADDITION PB 1 PG 9
LOT 16 & 17
ORB 286/256 FR CARTWRIGHT
ORB 370/363 FR LYTLE
MAP 93D

02170-005R
R-0459000 $477.72
GULF COUNTY COMMERCIAL
S 25 T 4 R 10 .70 ACM/L
158.71 FT X 171.99 FT LOT
(BEING METAL BLDG)
ORB 227/665 FR HARDEN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


'~1 ____


S 25 T 4 R 10 40 AC SE/40OF
SE/4 & LESS 2% INT ORB 221/587
TO GRIFFIN & LESS 2% INT ORB
221/588 TO MAILO & 281/947 &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
40.00 AC OR BK-0332 PG-0794

02182-OOOR
R-0463600 HX $974.02
FLEMING MAX & BETTY
S 25 T 4 R 10 1.47 ACRES
REC'D ORB 52/523 FR LISTER
MAP #94A
1.47 AC

02212-0OOR
R-0467800 $243.06
GILLIAM VIVIAN
S25T4R10
100 X 150 FT LOT
ORB 223/429 QC FR GILLIAM &
ORB 224/257 QC FR GILLIAM
MAP# 94A
.34 AC OR BK-0224 PG-0257

02228-OOOR
R-0472400 HX $530.75
ROBERSON WENDY WYNN
S25T4R10.27ACM/L159
X 75 FT LOT, BEING IN N/2 OF
SE/4 OF NW/4
ORB 275/951 TO WENDY WYNN-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.27 AC OR BK-0275 PG-0951

02267-OOOR
R-0478100 $556.33
WARD DAVID W
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
15, 16 & 17
ORB 248/967 FR WARD
MAP# 94A
BLK B

02269-O000R
R-0478300 $298.69
DI FATTA JOHN E SR
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
25, 26, 27,
ORB 199/475 FR DI FATTA &
ARMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02275-OOOR
R-0478900 $708.02
WARD DAVID W & DIANE
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13
LOTS 31,32,33,34,35,36,37,
BEING PARCEL # 3
ORB 272/492 AA FR CLECKLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02277-0OOR
R-0479100 $611.42
LESTER HAROLD C
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,
ORB 208/506 FR BARNES
MAP# 94A
BLK D

02281-0OOR
R-0479300 HX $360.57
WARD DEBORAH
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 E/2
23,24-28 ORB 92/157 FR WARD
ORB 108/427 QC FR CLECKLEY,
ORB 167/166 FR BROWNLEE, ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02304-OO0R
R-0481500 HX $192.57
RAULERSON TANYA M
ALDERSON'S ADDITION PB 1 PG 1
LOT 5 ORB 169/921 FR KENT
(LIFE ESTATE RESERVED)
ORB 303/70 FR KENT & SHIRLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02339-01 OR
R-0484500 $99.88
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 9
MAP# 94A
BLK 1

02340-0OOR
R-0484600 HX $378.94
WHITFIELD SARA J & MICHAEL W
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT1 PB2PG16LOT10,11
ORB 276/1000 QC FR WHITFIELD
MAP 94A
BLK 1

02356-001R
R-0487800 $278.70
RAY MARTHA E
CLECKLEY'S ADDN UNIT NO. 1
PB 2 PG17 LOT 12
ORB 184/567 QC FR KENT
MAP# 94A
BLK 1
02391-005R
R-0491800 HX $380.74
DYKES GREGORY
HARDEN'S ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT1- PB2 PG22
LOT 14- MAP 94A
ORB 267/468 FR MCMILLAN
BLK 2

02400-000R
R-0492500 $1,182.58
SHARRON JOHN R
IDA GRIFFIN SUBD PB 1 PG 42A
LOTS 3 & 4 ORB 160/275 FR
GIBBS & LOT 5 ORB 133/613 FR
HOLTZ & LESS LOT 3 ORB 194/604
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02428-000R
R-0496000 $217.13
ARMSTRONG VERA MAE &
S25 T 4 R10130 FTON
CHIPOLA AVE; 157.5 FT DEPTH
ORB 101/947 FR CAUSEY & ORB
160/494 & 160/495 FR ARMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.46 AC OR BK-0160 PG-0495

02452-012R


R-0499400 $414.94
THURSBAY TRACY C
S 26 T 4 R 10.56 ACRES COMM
SEC; W 302 FT TO POB; W 163.5
FT M/L; N 150 FT; E 163.5 FT;
S 150 FT TO POB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.56 AC OR BK-0279 PG-0690

02452-015R
R-0499700 HX $566.78
PIERCY DOUGLAS E & RITA A

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CLECKLEY'S ADDITION III
UNRECORD. LOTS 22, 23, 24, &
25 CLECKLEYS ADDITION 3 BEING
200 X 185 FT ORB 97/431 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.84 AC OR BK-0097 PG-0431

02452-016R
R-0499800 $84.58
PIERCY DOUGLAS & RITA
S25 & 26T4 R 101 ACRES
210' X 190' PARCEL ORB 120/
550 FR BEAN
MAP# 94A & 94B
1.00 AC OR BK-0120 PG-0550

02452-022R
R-0500300 HX $508.95
DUNCAN STEPHANIE C
CLECKLEY'S ADDITION III
UNRECORD. LOTS 4 & 5 .56 AC
M/L ORB 234/483 FR KING
MAP# 94B

02458-000R
R-0501700 $407.50
REFOUR JERRY
S 26T4 R 10 6AC210YDS E
& W X 140 YDS N & S REC'D DBK
9/187 & LESS 40 X 40 FT PARCEL
ORB 163/298-327 TO GULF CO BCC
MAP #94B
6.00 AC

02459-001R
R-0502000 HX $29.54
SMALL RODNEY D & SHAUNA L
S 26 T4R 10 75 X 100 FT LOT
ORB 291/723 FR EMERALD COAST
MAP 94B
.17 AC OR BK-0291 PG-0723

02461-O000R
R-0502100 $129.45
NORMAN WILLIE MAE
S 26 T4 R 10 5AC N/2OF
NW/4 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 ORB
66/571 FR WATKINS, LESS 75 X
100 FT LOT TO E HAND IN ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
5.00 AC

02484-0OOR
R-0510700 $47.84
RINEHART MARGARET ELIZABETH
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
2, 3 & 4 ORB 79/604
MAP #94B
BLK B

02487-0OOR
R-0511100 HX $353.43
KEITH WILLIAM E
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT 8 & LOT 9 ORB 166/521 FR
HAND EST.
MAP# 94B
BLK B

02501-O000R
R-0512600 $23.75
WILLIAMS ROOSEVELT
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 34
MAP #94B
BLKB

02506-00R
R-0513100 $36.69
BRITT JOEL & JEROME
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS 1
& 2 DB 34/576
ORB 348/519 QC FR BRITT
MAP 94B : BLKD

02510-00OR
R-D513500 : i$299.66
OWENS EARNESTINE
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT
5, ORB 81/462 & LESS ORB
175/19 TO PEACE LESS ORB 180/
651 TO OWENS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02510-100R
R-0513700 $23.75
OWENS JESSIE LEE I .
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT 6 ORB 180/651 FR OWENS
MAP# 94B

02511-002R .
R-0514000HX $427.55
FISHER MARGARET ANN &
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 8
ORB 274/99 FR FISHER
MAP 94B
BLKE

02523-O000R
,R-0515200 $64.82
BRITT LEONARD H & JEROME
WILLIAMSBURG PB:1 PG 3 LOT6
& 13
ORB 348/518 QC FR BRITT
MAP 94B BLK F

02541-000R
R-0516900 $57.15
FRAZIER JIMMY L & BILLY QUINN
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG8 8
LOT 1 ORB 24/1041
MAP #94B
BLK 2

02542-000R
R-0517000 $57.15
MARSHALL ANNIE MAE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 2 DBK 1/486 FR MORGAN
MAP #9.4B8
; iBLK2

02543-OOOR
R-0517100 HX $515.16
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE & MARGARET
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 67/256 & ORB
126/471 QC FR JACKSON
MAP# 94B
BLK 3

02555-000R
R-10518300, $333.50
RILEY WILLIE 0
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8


LOT 12 ORB 161/878 FR RILEY
ET AL
MAP# 94B
BLK 4

02584-001R
R-0521600 $420.98
EASTERLING ANNE
S 36T4 R 10 LOT90 X 145 FT
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING
PARCEL 1 IN SURVEY


ORB 340/595 FR REED
MAP 94D
.29 AC OR BK-0340 PG-0595

02584-01 OR
R-0521800 $378.19
EASTERLING SARA
S 36 T4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RD; 174 FT AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #3) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.30 AC OR BK-0181 PG-0568

02584-015R
R-0521900 $322.07
EASTERLING SARA
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RD; 177.46 AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #4) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT.
MAP# 94D
.31 AC OR BK-0181 PG-0569

02602-003R
R-0524600 HX $311.62
JAMERSON RALPH W & ERA R
THOMAS SUBDIVISION PB 3 PG 15
LOTS 2,3 ORB 224/273 FR JONES
MAP# 94D

02603-0OOR
R-0526000 HX $1,452.75
MILLERGREN NILS A
S 36 T 4 R 10 6.17 ACRES
641.27 FT ALONG SR 71 IN NEC
OF NE1/4 OF NW1/4
ORB 35/623
MAP# 94D
6.17 AC OR BK-0233 PG-0829

02609-000R
R-0526500 $633.36
GAINOUS THOMAS R & HEATHER
S 36 T4R 10 2.5 ACRES BEG
AT SEC OF SW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE
1/4 RUN N 330 FT TH DUE W TO
SR 71 TH S"LY ALNG SR 71 TO S
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.00 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0241

02619-001 R
R-0527800 $261.31
NATIONSCREDIT FINANCIAL SRVC
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 29, 30 &
31 BLK 4 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) BEING 90 X 180
FT M/L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.37 AC OR BK-0288 PG-0145

02620-1001R
R-0528200 $430.56
PALMER HUGHIE
S 36 T4R 10 8.5 AC M/L
E 300 FT OF W 400 FT OF SW/4
OF SW/4 ORB 222/378 FR MADDOX
ORB 352/179 FR FOREHAND TRUST
MAP 94D
8.50 AC OR BK-0352 PG-0179

02624-41 0R
R-0535500 $1,119.56
JACKSON JAMES E & MARY
SEVEN SPRINGS LAKE PB 5 PG 18
LOT 7
ORB 358/519 FR LITTLE RIVER CA
MP LLC
MAP 94D BLK C

02632-005R
R-0540600 $1,151.30
AKE GREGORY A & KRISTAL A
S 36 T4R 10 1.59 AC M/L
RISH SUBDIVISION LOT 1
ORB 293/31 QC FR BLEIZEFFER
(LIFE ESTATE RES) BLK R
MAP 94D

02632-01 0R
R-0540700 $270.03
AKE GREGORY A & KRISTAL A
S36T4R10 1.22 AC M/L
RISH SUBDIVISION LOT 2
ORB 259/227 FR RISH
BLKR
MAP 94D

02632-030R
R-0541100 HX $755.95
DYKES ROYCE
S36T4R10 1.23 AC M/L
LOT 4
PARCEL ORB 216/880 FR RISH
MAP# 94D
ORB 353/361 AA FR PITTS
1.12 AC OR BK-0353 PG-0361

02632-170R
R-0543800 $246.97
BUZIER DAVID A & PENELOPE A
S36T4R10 .79ACM/L
LOT 1 RISH SUBDIVISION
ORB 243/435 FR RISH
MAP# 94D BLK H
ORB 354/698 FR DENTON

02632-185R
R-0544100 $248.77
BROOKS DONALD H & CYNITHA
S26 T4 R10
.86 AC M/I.L
LOT 4 RISH'S SUBDIVISION
ORB 270/422 QC FR ZITO III
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.89 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0129

02632-195R
R-0544300 HX $472.42
WEEKS NANCY J
S 36 T 4R 10 .84 AC M/L
LOT 6 RISH SUBDIVISION
ORB 267/968 FR VANDERFORD
MAP 94D BLK H

02632-215R
R-0544700 HX $99.27
SMILEY RONALD SAMUEL
S 36 T 4 R10 .66ACM/L
LOT 10 ORB 215/644 AA FR RISH
ORB 316/138 FR RISH
MAP 94D
BLK H

02652-000R


R-0547300 HX $165.31
NORRIS STEPHEN &
S 36 T 4 R 10 1/2 ACRE 102
1/2 FT. ON SR 71 X 210 FT
DEEP ORB 209/77 FR MITCHELL
MAP# 94D
.49 AC OR BK-0209 PG-0077

02664-000R
R-0548700 $347.86
STRIPLIN JOHN


S 1T5 R10 1AC M/L104X
432 FT LOT LYIN ON W SIDE OF
SR 71 ORB 57/319 FR HAYES
LESS 1 AC ORB 192/795 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.00 AC

02688-200R
R-0556800 HX $416.01
SEMMES GLENN
S2T5R10 13.10 AC M/L
BEING PARCEL 1 ORB 225/473 FR
SEMMES
MAP 95B
13.10 AC

02722-115R
R-0564400 HX $25.13
BROCK TERRY
S 12T5R10 1.33 AC M/L
LOTS 3,4 GLENN ESTATES,
UNREC. SUB. ORB 270/798 QC
FR LINTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.33 AC OR BK-0298 PG-0024

02722-130R
R-0564600 HX $378.47
MC DONALD PERRY & ROBIN
S12T5 R10
LOTS 6, 8 GLENN ESTATES UNREC.
SUB, ORB 201/370 AA FR
CLECKLEY & ORB 209/844 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02731-001R
R-0567500 HX $494.80
TAUNTON JESSIE MARSHA
S 13 T 5 R 10.5 AC M/L 150 X
150 FT LOT REC'D ORB 101/716
FR TAUNTON
.50 AC

02731-11OR
R-0568100 $68.36
ROEMER JEFFERY A
S 18 T 5 R 9 .52 AC M/L
150 X 150 FT LOT ORB 155/242
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 114B
.52 AC OR BK-0155 PG-0242

02793-O000R
R-0581800 $2,607.02
SMITH CHARLES B & KELLY B
S11T7R10 12.05 AC M/L
551.02 FT ON SR 71
ORB 226/293 FR RISH
MAP #101C
6.00 AC OR BK-0226 PG-0293

02810-050R
R-0586200 HX $383.49
RAFFIELD DANIEL PATRICK &
S 11 T 7S R 10W
113.5 X 87.5 FT PARCEL ORB 253
/692 FR RAFFIELD
MAP 101 C
.22 AC

02814-050R
R-0586700 $402.51
CATALANO FRANK RAY & RHONDA M
S 11 T 7 R 10 1 AC BEG SWC OF
SECT TH NE & PARA SR 71 A
DIST OF 1623 FT FOR POB TH NE
100 FT TH NW 444 FT TH SW 100
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.00AC OR BK-0282 PG-0917 -

02829-002R
R-0587900 $133.91
PARRAMORE JAMES & SHIRLEY
S 11 T 7 R 10 .40 AC M/L
PARCEL 2, HAMM MINOR REPLAT OR
B 381/74
ORB 381/327 FR HAMM
MAP 101C
.32 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0327

02850-O000R
R-0591700 $41.28
SMITH CHARLES B & KELLY B
S 11 T 7 R 10.08 AC M/L
ORB 235/749 FR SIMMONS
BEING A LOT 30 X 110 FT
MAP# 101C
.07 AC OR BK-0235 PG-0749

02895-OOOR
R-0596100 $115.39
JAY DR ERNEST JR
BEATY SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 23
LOTS 32, 33, 34, 35 & 36 ORB
32/484
MAP# 101C
BLK E

02906-O000R
R-0597100 $892.55
MAESTRI JOHNNY & CHRISTIE D
STEBEL'S HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
53 LOT 6 I
ORB 359/495 FR QUARANTA
MAP 101C BLK 1

02921-000R
R-0598900 HX $630.16
SETTERICH JOHN W. & CAROL B.
S11 T 7 R 10 .585 AC M/L
BEING PARCELS 1 & 3 ORB 194/
165 FR ANTLEY
BEING PARCEL 1 MINOR REPLAT
MAP101C
.58 AC ORBK-0194 PG-0165

02927-000R
R-0599800 $716.38
LANIER ROY F
S 11 T7 R 10.918AC M/1. ORB
58/450 200 FT ON CO RD AND
200 FT DEEP
MAP #101C
.91 AC

02949-000R
R-0602000 HX $725.05
DAVIS WANDA BROWN
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 31
LOTS 1,5, 6, 7, 8 & 9
108/109 FR GABLES LESS PORTION
TO STATE DOT
MAP101C
.75 AC OR BK-0108 PG-0109


02949-001R
R-0602100 $27.35
DAVIS WANDA BROWN
S11T7R10
9 X 178.2 PORTION OF LOT A
108/109 FR GABLES LESS PORTION
TO STATE DOT
MAP 101C

02952-O000R
R-0602400 $286.29


CLOUD LARRY L & SANDRA S
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 31
LOTS 1, 2 & 3 ORB 231/406 FR
LOWERY
MAP #101C
BLK 3

02954-050R
R-0602700 $358.93
SMITH ANITA L
WIMICO SUBDIVISION
125 X 430 FT LOT
ORB 247/971 FR SMITH
MAP# 101C
1.25 AC OR BK-0247 PG-0971

02958-O000R
R-0603100 HX $377.95
NELSON JOHN T &
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 31
W 100 FT OF TRACT A & 25 X
100 FT IN BLOCK 2 & .22 AC
ORB 282/308 FR MILES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02965-000R
R-0603800 $449.44
BETTS PATRICK R
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 31
LOT 13 & 14
ORB 362/842 FR CAUSEY
MAP 101C BLK 4
.34 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0842

03016-065R
R-0612100 $1,326.44
CALLOWAY CASON J JR
GARRISON PLANTATION PB 4 PG 9
LOT 13
ORB 359/339 FR RAFFIELD
MAP 68C
.32 AC OR BK-0359 PG-0339

03016-070R
R-0612200 $1,328.24
CALLOWAY CASON J JR
GARRISON PLANTATION PB 4 PG 9
LOT 14
ORB 280/363 FR PREBLE-RISH &
GULF CO PROP ORB 299/580 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.27 AC OR BK-0359 PG-0339

03033-OOOR
R-0616200 $367.28
QUINN BILLY C
S 17 T8R 10 5 AC LOT 8 AM
JONES PLAT (UNRECORDED) IN
DEED REC'D DBK 10/427
MAP #69
5.00 AC

03039-500R
R-0618900 $1,238.79
PARADISE PROPERTIES &
SOUTHGATE SUB PB 4 PG 17
LOT 20,
ORB 334/394 FR LOWERY
MAP 69B

03039-555R
R-0620000 $1,238.79
CALLOWAY CASON J JR
SOUTHGATE SUB PB 4 PG 17
LOT 31,
ORB 361/140 FR JAHNKE
MAP 69B

03039-560R
R-0620100 $1,238.79
CALLOWAY CASON J JR
SOUTHGATE SUB PB 4 PG 17
LOT 32,
ORB 361/140 FR JAHNKE
MAP 69B

03039-625R:
R-0621400 $1,240.59
ANDERSON STEPHEN & DEBRA
SOUTHGATE SUB PB 4 PG 17
LOT 45, ORB 298/619 FR PREBLE-
RISH & GULF CO. PROP.
ORB 383/671 FR WAGENAAR
MAP 69B

03039-635R
R-0621600 $1,238.79
PARADISE PROPERTIES &
SOUTHGATE SUB PB 4 PG 17
LOT 47
ORB 337/737 FR GAGNER & BISH
MAP 69B

03040-415R ... .
R-0627100 $451.68
MEDINA MOSES
HERON WALK PB 5 PG 31
LOT 43
ORB 368/460 FR HERONS WALK LLC
MAP 69C

03057-008R
R-0632600 $1,376.64
WILLIAMS JANICE L
WARD RIDGE UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 3
LOT 1 RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ORB 293/826 FR WARRINER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03060-002R
R-0633400 $2,017.47
FIGUEIRA CYNTHIA
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2 PB 2 PG
4 LOT 4 ORB 146/887 QC FR
MC FARLAND & ORB 171/446 QC FR
MCFARLAND.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03065-012R
R-0635200 $987.94
STOKES BARBARA
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2 PB 2 PG
4 LOT18 & PORTION OF LOT19
ORB 249/123 FR WARRINER
MAP#69B BLK4
ORB 354/680 FR LACIVITA

03083-014R
R-0641800 $1,963.20
HENDERSON RICHARD
S 30 T 8 R 10 .60 AC M/L
100 X 261.98 FT
BEING PARCEL 1, PORT CITY
ASSOCIATES MINOR REPLAT & ORB


(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.60 AC OR BK-0337 PG-0490

03083-075R
R-0642700 HX $578.76
SHEARER LORI M
S30T8R10 .5ACM/L
BEING LOT 6 PONDEROSA PINES,
UNREC ORB 255/294-295 FR
SHEARER
MAP 70


.50 AC OR BK-0255 PG-0294

03083-085R
R-0642900 HX $143.43
WATKINS JAMES 0 & SHELLIE D
S30T8R10 1AC M/L
BEING LOT 8 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. ORB 241/926 FR WATKINS
MAP# 70

03083-090R
R-0643000 HA $569.58
LONDONO BETTY J &
S30T8R10 1AC M/L
BEING LOT 9 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. ORB 253/720-721 FR
HAPPY BOTTOM STABLES, INC.
MAP# 70

03083-105R
R-0643400 $584.21
KELLEY KATHLEEN C. & GEORGE C.
S30T8 R10 1ACM/L
BEING LOT 12 PONDEROSA PINES
ORB 257/183-184 FR KELLEY
MAP# 70


03083-135R
R-0643700 HX $147.93
HEAPS CLETUS III
S30 T 8 R 10
BEING LOT 18 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. ORB 206/440 FR PORT
CITY ASSOCIATES & N/2 LOT 17A
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03083-140R
R-0643900 HX $751.13
ARD PAMELA R & JEREMY R
S 30 T 8 R 10 BEING LOTS 19 &
20 PONDEROSA PINES
ORB 330/49 FR WATKINS
MAP 70

03083-280R
R-0645700 $516.62
PENN PAUL & MARY ELLEN
PALM BREEZE SUB PB 4 PG 46
LOT 16
ORB 332/38 FR GULF COUNTY PROP
ERTIES INC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03083-355R
R-0647200 HX $1,018.40
SCHEFFER GAYLE
PALM BREEZE SUB PB 4 PG 46
LOT 31
ORB 330/731 FR GULF COUNTY PRO
PERTIES INC
MAP 70

03083-400R
R-0648100 $516.62
ROUSE CHARLOTTE M
PALM BREEZE SUB PB 4 PG 46
LOT 40
ORB 333/934 FR GULF COUNTY PRO
PERTIES INC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03098-050R
R-0652700 HX $89.00
NORRIS JAMES G
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
LOT 17 ORB 145/482 FR NORRIS
ORB 387/727 FR NORRIS
MAP 69C '
.87 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0727

03101-002R
R-0653200 $227.95
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA L
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
.40 AC M/L BEING PARCEL A, ORB
354/425 FR TULL
MAP 6B
.40 AC

03101-003R
R-0653300 $227.95
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA L
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
.40 AC M/L BEING PARCEL B, ORB
354/425 FR TULL
MAP 69B ,
.40 AC

03101-015R
R-0653500 $341.27
TULL DARRELL
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
85 X 128 FT LOT, BEING PARCEL
1, TULL MINOR REPLAT,ORB 384/6,
29 MAP 69C
.25 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0002

03101-016R
R-0653600 $332.04
TULL DARRELL
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
85 X 128 FT LOT, BEING PARCEL
2, TULL MINOR REPLAT ORB 384/6
29 MAP 69C
.25 AC
03101-020R
R-0653700 $514.22
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA L
JONESVILLE SUB
115.85 X 149.66 FT LOT, BEING
PARCEL A ORB 354/42 FR TULL
MAP# 69C
.60 AC OR BK-0354 PG-0425

03117-000R
R-0656000 HX $55.09 ...
KELLEY WILMA
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57 N
150 FT OF LOT 13 & N150 FT
OF W 41.25 FT OF LOT 14 BEING
A 200 X 150 FT LOT (COX PLAT)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.68 AC OR BK-0235 PG-0565

03133-000R
R-0657700 $2,022.32
GREENE ARNETT C
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB1 PG 49
LOT 6 ORB 111/424 QC FR
GREENE
MAP #72C
BLKD

03136-000R


R-0658100 $2,020.52
BRUTON JAMES L
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
LOT 12
MAP #72C
BLKD


03169-036R
R-0662200


$686.70


WAGNER PAUL D &
S 14 T9 R 10 200X200 FT


PARCEL ON CO. ROAD 30 REC'D
ORB 238/673 FR TATTERSALL
ORB 299/21 FR POST
MAP 108
.91 AC OR BK-0299 PG-0021

03169-110R
R-0662600 $2,271.28
WITT HERBERT PRESS
STILLWATER SOUTH PB 5 PG 14
LOT 2 ORB 351/410 FR
LANDMARK GROUP LLC
MAP 108

03169-125R
R-0662900 $1,930.94
LANDMARK GROUP LLC
STILLWATER SOUTH PB 5 PG 14
LOT 5
MAP# 108

03169-160R
R-0663600 $1,186.45
HAYNES TIMOTHY A & JOHN W
STILLWATER SOUTH PB 5 PG 14
LOT 12
ORB 370/00 FR LANDMARK GROUP
LLC
MAP# 108

03171-001R
R-0667100 $6,901.46
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT
S 15 T 9 R 10 2.94 AC M/L
305.69 FT LAGOON FRONTAGE;
419.42 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 282/893 FR RISH ET AL
MAP 90A
2.93 AC OR BK-0282 PG-0893

03171-110R
R-0669200 $1,644.36
SANAULLAH SHEZAD &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 2
ORB 222/331 FR RISH ET AL
MAP #90B

03171-305R
R-0672600 $1,895.14
JACKSON JAMES E & MARY A
HOG WILD SUB PB 5 PG 19
LOT1 -
ORB 363/2 FR HOG WILD LLC
MAP 90B

03171-335R
R-0673400 $1,268.23
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT GREEN
INDIAN LAGOON ESTATES (UNREC)
BEING LOT A GREEN MINOR REPLAT
ORB 378/539
MAP 90B

03171-336R
R-0673500 $1,268.23
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT GREEN
INDIAN LAGOON ESTATES (UNREC)
BEING LOT B GREEN MINOR REPLAT
ORB 378/539
'MAP 90B

03171-350R
R-0673800 $2,522.05
PIERGIOVANNI ENTERPRISES INC
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 49
ORB 279/37 FR DIERKSHEIDE
MAP 90B "" *

03171-500R
R-0674400 $18,073.01
PIERGIOVANNI DALE & DALE ALLEN
S 15 T9 R 10 600 FT LAGOON
FRONT; 684.5 AV DEPTH
ORB 213/175 FR RUTAN & 213/180
FR BUCHANAN
MAP# 90A
9.43 AC OR BK-0213 PG-0180

03171-605R
R-0674900 $3,044.34
FLOWERS RONNY S
LAGOON SHORES SUBD PB 4 PGE 6
LOT 1 MAP 90A
ORB 314/728 FR GIBSON
ORB 355/814 FR SPINKS
.57 AC OR BK-0355 PG-0814

03171-750R
R-0676700 $1,727.57
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT
TREASURE KEY SUB PB 5 PG 15
LOT1
MAP 90A

03171-755R
R-0676800 $1,903.09
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT
TREASURE KEY SUB PB 5 PG 15
LOT 2
MAP 90A

03171-760R
R-0676900 $2,053.33
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT
TREASURE KEY SUB PB 5 PG 15
LOT3
MAP 90A

03171-765R
R-0677000 $2,028.48
GREEN WILLIAM & ROBERT
TREASURE KEY SUB PB 5 PG 15
LOT 4
MAP 90A

03172-002R, : "
R-0677300 $4,074.12
COLLINS LAMAR C
S 16T9R10 6.65 AC M/L
606.21 FT ON SR 30; 532.23 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 244/500 FR
COLLINS & COLLINS & ORB 244/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
6.65 AC OR BK-0244 PG-0502

03172-055R
R-0678200 $740.20
WHITEHEAD KEITH
S16T9R10 1.08ACM/L
200 FT ON CO. RD. 30; 235 FT
DEPTH
ORB 377/474 QC FR WHITEHEAD
MAP 90B


1.08 AC OR BK-0377 PG-0474

03178-080R
R-0681500 $7,840.04
SCROGGS GREGORY J
SWEETWATER SHORES PB3:PG 39-40
LOT 1
ORB 292/950 FR TWO PALMS
MAP 72C
BLK B


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03178-145R
R-0683000 $4,059.14
ALLEN CURTIS C JR & LINDA C
SWEETWATER SHORES
PB 3 PGE 39 & 40
LOT 8 ORB 199/690 FR SEYBOLD
ASSOC. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03180-057R
R-0686700 $6,802.58
WALDEN PHILIP M JR
S19T9 R10
61.49 FT GULF FRONT; 626.45 FT
AV DEPTH; BEING PARCEL A,
ROBERSON MINOR REPLAT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.75 AC OR BK-0256 PG-0833

03180-500R
R-0694900 $1,246.74
OWENS DENNIS M
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT A, OWENS MINOR
R REPLAT ORB 391/404, (BEING W
/2 LOT 20)
MAP# 72C
.89 AC OR BK-0200 PG-0727

03180-501R
R-0695000 $1,246.74
OWENS DENNIS M
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT B, OWENS MINOR
R REPLAT ORB 391/404, (BEING E
/2 LOT 20)
MAP# 72C
.89 AC

03184-005R
R-0695900 $3,357.93
CUNNINGHAM GREGORY S
S20 T9R 10
PARCEL B, CUNNINGHAM MINOR REP
LAT ORB 379/889
MAP 72D

03184-007R
R-0696100 $119.65
CUNNINGHAM GREGORY S
S 20 T 9 R 10
PARCEL B, CUNNINGHAM MINOR REP
LAT ORB 379/889
MAP 72D

03184-008R
R-0696200 $119.61
CUNNINGHAM GREGORY S
S20T9R10
PARCEL B, CUNNINGHAM MINOR REP-
LAT ORB 379/889
MAP 72D

03185-085R
R-0700700 $3,617.19
TEAT LEON ET AL
S 20 T 9 R 10 50.15 FT RD FRON
T, BEING LOT A DUFFY MINOR REP
LAT ORB 330/366 ;
ORB 345/685 FR DUFFY
MAP 72D

03185-110R
R-0701200 $2,818.95
COASTAL INVESTMENTS LLC
S 20 T 9 R 10 SUMMER HAVEN SUB
PB 5 PG 5 BEING LOT 2
ORB 345/2 FR GALLOWAY
MAP 72D

03185-120R
R-0701400 $2.371.59
HENDERSON RICHARD & DELILAH E
LAGOON TO GULF PB 5 PG 16
LOT 1
ORB 358/766 FR LTG LLC
MAP 72D

03185-125R
R-0701500 $3,675.56
SHANNON HOPE W & MICHAEL V
LAGOON TO GULF PB 5 PG 16
LOT 2
ORB 361/278 FR LTG LLC
MAP 72D

03186-263R
R-0705200 $1,128.91
PARVEY DEVELOPMENT CORPORA-
TION
S20 T 9 R 10 THE COTTAGES AT
INDIAN SUMMER PHASE II
LOT 13
MAP 72D

03186-275R
R-0705500 $2,925.07
WRIGHT JOSEPH P & MARGARET E
S 20 T 9 R 10 THE COTTAGES AT
INDIAN SUMMER PHASE II LOT 16
ORB 347/15 FR PASS PROPERTIES
LLC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03186-315R
R-0706300 $2.925.07
SHEFFIELD ALAN & KATHERINE
SS 20 T 9 R 10 THE COTTAGES AT
S INDIAN SUMMER PHASE II
LOT 24
ORB 323/321 FR PARVEY DEVELOP
S(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

: 03186-510R OR
"- R-0706600 HX $8,609.35
* TAYLOR DAVID B & ERICA C
* INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41
S LOT 2 ORB 223/240 FR INDIAN
SUMMER DEV.
- ORB 381/338 FR GRABAREK
MAP72D '

:. 03186-535R
R-0707100 $6.835.18
PARVEY RICHARD E
INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41 LOT 7
ORB 337/651 QC FR MOORE
ORB 379/372 FR POLLOCK ET AL
MAP72D

S 03186-550R
S R-0707400 $6,835.18
S LISENBYROBERT J &
INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41
LOT 10


ORB 364/915 FR GOGAN
MAP 720

03186-560R
R-0707600 $4,171.52
KNIGHT WESLEY P &'GAIL H
INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41
LOT 12
ORB 336/938 FR WHITE
MAP 72D


03186-585R
R-0708200 $6,022.26
INDIAN SUMMER DEVELOPERS INC
INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41
LOT 17 ORB 244/517 FR BEACH
BUILDERS
MAP# 72D

03187-006R
R-0709700 $7,540.94
IOBST DAVID J ET UX
S21T9 R10 75 FTGULF
FRONT; 1093 FT AV DEPTH ORB
82/30 & LESS 25 FT ORB 157/586
TO HESLIN
MAP# 90C
1.88 AC

03187-320R
R-0712800 $2,523.85
TAPE LARRY L &
S21T9 R 10 .52 AC M/L
100 X 224.30 AV DEPTH
ORB 290/827 FR HUETTEL
MAP 90C
.52 AC OR BK-0290 PG-0827

03187-325R
R-0712900 $2,523.85
TAPE LARRY T &
S21 T 9 R10
PARCEL P-5, JONES MINOR REPLAT
ORB 265/747, BEING 100 X 224.3
9 FT LOT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03191-002R
R-0715200 $23,409.52
SOUTHERN BOYS INVESTMENT
S 22 T 9 R10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 891 FT DEPTH M/L
ORB 360/619 FR LITTLE
MAP# 90D
2.04 AC OR BK-0360 PG-0619

03191-009R
R-0715900 $27,241.16
NOSLEN INC
S 22 T 9 R 10 300 FT GULF
FRONT; 563 FT DEPTH M/L
ORB 178/983 FR QUALLS
MAP# 90D
3.87 AC OR BK-0178 PG-0983

03191-011R
R-0716100 $5,340.64
MC LEMORE WILLIAM & GLENDA N
S 22 T 9 R 10 48.24 GULF FRONT
343.44 FT AV DEPTH BEING TRACT
"A" MINOR REPLAT ORB 244/282
FR WHORTON & CUNNINGHAM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.39 AC OR BK-0319 PG-0576

03191-375R .
R-0722900 $6,169.65
DUPUY JOHN M & ERIC L DATRY
ST VINCENT POINT PB 5 PG 22
LOT 5 /
ORB 368/825 FR ST VINCENT LLC
MAP 900

03193-003R
R-0723900 $6,461.65
WOODHAM JAMES M & MARSHA S
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 18
ORB 163/273 FR BURCH & N/2 LOT
20 ORB 171/866 FR MCKNIGHT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03200-002R
R-0726200 HX $121.52
WILLIAMS JUNE E ET AL
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 11 ORB 197/18
TO WILLIAMS ET AL (LIFE ESTATE
RESERVED)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03204-020R
R-0728300 $2.579.58
MADDOX MAX S & SALLY W
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP 1
PB1PG48 LOT11
ORB 310/312 FR PAGE
ORB 331/883 CW FR PAGE
MAP 900 BLK Q

03214-0OOR
R-0731400 HX $1,077.27
DAVIS DANIEL B & LISA THOMPSON
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT-17 ORB 153/837
FR DAVIS
MAP P900D
BLK S

03220-0OOR
R-0731800 $2,880.01
ALTMAN DOUGLAS
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB1PG48 LOT 5 ,.
ORB 222/624 FR JERNIGAN
ORB 385/799 FR COZINE
BLK U MAP 90D

03251-000R
R-0739000 HX $9,227.73
LONG A KELIII
CAMP PALMS SUBD PB 1 PG 53A
LOT 21 LYING NORTH OF C-30E
ORB 183/377 FR FITCHNER ET AL
MAP72D

03251-005R
R-0739100 $5,029.68,
LONG AKEL III -
CAMP PALMS SUBD PB 1 PG 53A
LOT 21 LYING NORTH OF C-30E
ORB 183/377 FR FITCHNER ETAL
MAP 72D

03251-010R
R-0739200 $5,031.48
LONG REGINA W
CAMP PALMS SUBD PB 1 PG 53A
LOT 21 LYING NORTH OF C-30E
ORB 183/377 FR FITCHNER ET AL
ORB 385/419 OC FR LONG
MAP 72D

03256-000R
R-0739700 HX $3,801.95
HENDERSON RICHARD & DELILAH E


CAMP PALMS (UNRECORDED)
200 FT LAGOON FRONT
ORB 133/815-19 FR EST. LESS
HENDERSON MINOR REPLAT ORB 330
MAP# 90C
! 6.03 AC OR BK-0133'PG-0815

03256-005R
SR-0739800 $11,317.44
HENDERSON RICHARD & DELILAH E
CAMP PALMS (UNRECORDED)


112.65 FT GULF FRONT
BEING PARCEL 1, HENDERSON MIND
R REPLAT, ORB 330/718
MAP# 90C
6.03 AC

03260-015R
R-0740600 $2,249.27
FIGHTING CHAIR PARTNERS LLC
CAMP PALMS (UNRECORDED)
58.03' LAGOON FRONT, BEING
TRACT 2, FIGHTING CHAIR MINOR
REPLAT ORB 315/472
MAP 90C
2.68 AC

03274-020R
R-0743200 $32.64
THOMAS STEVEN K
S 12 T 4 R 11.62 AC REC'D
LYING ON W SIDE OF KEMP RD
ORB 356/723 FR CUMBIE
MAP# 38D
.62 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0723

03276-0OOR
R-0744600 $63.71
KEMP LARRY ALLEN & AVE MARIE
S12T4R1132 AC NE/4 OF
NW/4, LESS 8 AC IN NEC IN ORB
90/921 (PARCEL 2) FR KEMP
MAP #380
32.00 AC OR BK-0090 PG-0921

03279-050R
R-0745200 $117.62
GIBBS PRESTON 0 & NORA L
S12T4R11 3.26 AC M/L
ORB 159/450 FR BOBBY L GIBBS
LESS 1 AC PARCEL 2 ORB 159/
448 TO STEVEN GIBBS & .55 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'
3.26 AC OR BK-0225 PG-0116

03283-0OOR
R-0745800 $102.83
KEMP LARRY D & AVE
S12T4R11 8AC
BEING 4 AC IN PARCEL #3 IN
ORB 90/921 FR KEMP & 4 AC ORB
107/853 FR PARKER
MAP# 38D
8.00 AC OR BK-0105 PG-0923

03285-O000R
R-0746000 $79.82
KEMP LARRY A & AVE MARIE
S12 T4,R10 4 AC 133 X 1320 FT
LOT BEING REC'D OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 73 PAGE 124 FROM
KEMP
4.00 AC

03288-010R
R-0746900 HX $97.62
KEMP LARRY A & AVE M
S12T4R1111 AC
ORB 54/990 FR ALLAN KEMP BEING
210 X 210 FT; 266X 1320 FT
PARCEL #1 IN ORB 90/921 LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
10.00 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0941

03289-O000R
R-0747100 HX $116.49
GIBBS PRESTON 0 & NORA L
S 12T 4 R 11 5.5AC
IN SE/4 OF NW/4
ORB 238/200 FR GIBBS
MAP# 38D
5.50 AC OR BK-0238 PG-0200

03295-020R
R-0748200 $1,367.75
AUSTIN JIM J ET AL
S i7 T4R 11 300 AC REC'D
ORB 65/1006 FR HAMILTON FARMSr
INC & ORB 89/577
MAP#9 '
300.00 AC

03310-005R
R-0751600 $131.60
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S1& 12T5 R1182.4AC
ORB 188/470 FR FICO FARMS
ORB 383/973 SW FR BALANCED
TIMBERLAND FUND
MAP 41
82.40 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03326-230R
R-0769700 HA $863.72-
O'BRYAN TIMOTHY C SR & NANCY E
S 13 T 5 R 11 2.615ACM/L
BEING PARCEL A. TAUNTON
MINOR REPLAT
ORB 271/574 FR TAUNTON/CLECKLE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2.61 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0173

03326-234R
R-0769800 $638.32. !
BOPP GERALDINE
S13T5R11 2.615ACM/L
BEING PARCEL B, TAUNTON
MINOR REPEAT
ORB 353/884 FR WIMBERLY
MAP 42
2.61 AC OR BK-0353 PG-0884

03326-245R
R-0770000 HX $208.92
RICHTER JOHNNY
S 13 T 5 R 11SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.23 AC
M/L ORB 248/791 FR TAUNTON
ET AL ORB 368/258 FR BRAKE
MAP #42
5.23AC OR BK-0368 PG-0258

03331-015R
R-0773000 $293.72
WHITE MICHAEL D JR &
S13T5R11
273.32 FT ON JARROT DANIELS RD
BEING PARCEL 2, WHITE MINOR
REPEAT ORB 363/353
MAP 42
2.00 AC ,. -

03335-000R
R-0773500 $754.63
RAFFIELD APRIL


S13T5R11 4:5 AC M/L
NW/4 OF SW/4 LYING E OF CO RD
REC'D ORB 60/775 (LESS ORB 54/
1044 & ORB 72/917 TO BLAKE,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.50 AC OR BK-0176 PG-0173

03335-002R
R-0773700 $232.20
RAFFIELD SEVERAL & KIMBERLY L
S 13 T5 R 11 1.01 AC M/L
LOTS 1 & 2 UNRECORDED SUBD


ORB 285/882 FR LOGAN
ORB 377/815 FR SPIVEY
MAP 42
1.01 AC OR BK-0377 PG-0815

03339-002R
R-0776400 $832.41
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 17 T 5 R 11 640 AC ALL
SECTION ORB 188/476 FR FICO
ORB 383/973 SW FR BALANCED
TIMBERLAND FUND
MAP 12
640.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03339-003R
R-0776600 $708.48
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 18 T 5 R 11 542.6 AC ALL,
LESS THAT PORTION OF W 3/4
LYING N OF HORSE SHOE CREEK
TO ST JOE PAPER CO IN ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
542.60 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03339-004R
R-0776800 $548.42
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S19T5R11 416.84 AC M/L
ALL SEC LYING N & S OF
PLEASANT VIEW RD. ORB 188/476
FR FICO LESS PARCELS 3, 4
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
416.84 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03339-005R
R-0777000 $832.41
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 20 T 5 R 11640 AC ALL
SECTION ORB 188/476 FR FICO
ORB 383/973 SW FR BALANCED
TIMBERLAND FUND
MAP 12
640.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03346-000R
R-0790100 $364.34
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L
S 23 T 5 R 11 3AC REC'D ORB
8/159
MAP #42
3.00 AC

03367-0OOR
R-0794800 HX $447.16
GOODWIN LEONADISUS
S 26 T 5 R 11 9AC ALL OF S/2
OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 LYING
E OF WETAPPO CREEK ORB 151/150
MAP# 43
9.00 AC OR BK-0151 PG-0150

03371-0OOR
R-0795400 $499.14
SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN
S 26 T5R 11 5.06 AC PER
DEED REC'D ORB 52/158 FR
LILLA ODOM
MAP #43
5.06 AC

03374-050R
R-0797200 $106.83
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 28 T 5 R 11 83.77 AC M/L -
PORTION OF SECTION LYING WEST
OF POWER LINE & NORTH OF CO.
RD ORB 188/476 FR FICO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE TAX ROLL)
83.77 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03384-O000R
R-0798300 $487.63
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 29 T 5 R 11 402.6 AC M/L-M
#13 N/2; NE/4 OF SE/4; N/2 OF
SE/4 OF SW/4; W/2 OF NW/4 OF
SE/4; S/2 OF S/2 OF NW/4 OF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
402.60 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03384-010R OR
R-0799000 $128.28
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 29 T 5 R 11 80 AC NE/4 OF
SW/4; SW/4 OF SE/4 OF SW/4; N
3/4 OF SW/4 OF SW/4
ORB 188/476 FR FICO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
80.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03385-O000R
R-0799100 $107.92
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 30 T5R 11212 AC NE/4;
FRACTL E/2 OF SE/4; LESS ALL
OF W/2 OF NE/4 LYING W & S OF
CANAL ORB 188/476 FR F.I.C.O.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
212.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03389-255R
R-0800800 HX $251.65
ROGERS KENNETH N & SHARON E
S 31 T 5,R 11 .89 AC M/L 130
X 300 FT LOT BEING LOT 5 OF
LOT 5 OF HATTIE GUILFORD
PLACE (UNREC)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.89 AC OR BK-0241 PG-0279

03389-256R
R-0800900 $705.24
ROGERS KENNETH & SHARON
S31 T5R 11.89AC M/L 130
X 300 FT LOT BEING LOT 6 OF
LOT 4 OF HATTIE GUILFORD
PLACE (UNREC) ORB 241/349 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.89 AC OR BK-0241 PG-0349

03392-001R
R-0805100 HX $26.99
HANNA JOSH B
S 31 T 5 R 1.2 AC
150 X 350 FT
ORB 238/799 FR GAY

MAP# 13C
1.20 AC' OR BK-0238 PG-7999

03394-042R
R-0807800 $551.16
DOBBINS EDDIE D & KATHY S
S 31 T 5 R 11 .96ACM/L
161 X 260 FT ORB 73/945 LESS


ORB 244/178 FR DOBBINS
MAP# 13C
.96 AC OR BK-0244 PG-0178

03396-003R
R-0809100 $639.99
WILLIAMS RICHARD M
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.93 AC A LOT
240 X 350 FT ORB 110/788 FR
COTTRELL
MAP# 13C


r


03426-710R
R-0826900 $413.83
RUSSO FRED E
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT 10 BLK 2 MAP 27C
ORB 356/509 FR WETAPPO INC

03426-715R
R-0827000 $413.83
RUSSO FRED E
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT11 BLK2 MAP27C
ORB 356/509 FR WETAPPO INC


1.93 AC OR BK-0110 PG-0788

03404-O000R
R-0810300 $37.02
SOUTHERN FOREST LAND INC
S 32 T5R 11 31 AC ALL THAT
PT OF NE/4 OF NW/4 & NW/4 OF
NE/4 LYING N OF WETAPPO CREEK
FR ST. JOE PAPER CO (1969)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
31.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0973

03406-150R
R-0811900 $616.92
PIERGIOVANNI ENTERPRISES INC
S 32 T 5 R 11 EAST CANAL
ACRES UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION
LOT 11 ORB 124/300 FR DAVEY
ORB 379/630 FR TAUNTON &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03406-155R
R-0812000 $616.92
PIERGIOVANNI ENTERPRISES INC
S 32 T 5 R 11 EAST CANAL
ACRES, UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION
LOT 12
ORB 379/630 FR TAUNTON &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03406-205R
R-0812800 $1,672.66
GOLDEN JAMES T & BOWDRY
S 32 T 5 R 11 4.2 AC M/L EAST
CANAL ACRES, UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION LOT 22 ORB
106/197 FR TAUNTON & ORB 133/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.90 AC OR BK-0139 PG-0324

03410-01 OR
R-0816100 HX $76.14
SURBER WAYNE E & RAE ANN
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.06AC M/L 270
X 172 FT LOT UNRECORDED
AGREEMENT FR MCDUFFIE
(MC DUFFIE INT ORB 119/737 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.06 AC OR BK-0163 PG-0397

03420-001R
R-0817700 $1,128.91
COSGROVE THOMAS J
S 32 T5 R 11 1.29 AC DEED
REC'D ORB 57/391
MAP #13D
1.29 AC

03426-001R
R-0820100 HX $525.28
WATKINS HERBERT & NORMA
S33T5R 111 ACBEGATNWC
OF NE/4; TH E 210 FT S 210
FT; W 210 FT; N 210 FT; TO
POB ORB 197/21 FR AKE
MAP# 27C
1.00 AC OR BK-0197 PG-0021

03426-515R
R-0823100 $462.01
HANEY GLENN E
S33 T5 R111 AC M/L BEING
LOTS 3 & 4 (UNREC PLAT)
ORB 263/932 FR CARR JR
MAP 27C
1.00 AC OR BK-0263 PG-0932

03426-530R
R-0823400 HX $793.73
HANEY GLENN E& GAIL L
S33T5R11 .51AC
ORB 329/621 OC FR GAINNIE
ORB 329/623 FR SYLVESTER
MAP 27C
.51 AC OR BK-0329 PG-0623

03426-555R
R-0823800 $984.05
LANIER JAMES R
S33T5 R11 1ACM/L
210 X 210 FT PARCEL ORB 182/
588 FR WETAPPO INC.
ORB 357/155 FR DYCUS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.00 AC OR BK-0377PG-0278

03426-580R
R-0824300 $610.06
LANIER JAMES R
S33T5R10 .51ACM/L
105 X210 FT LOT BEING PARCEL
'D' ORB 229/974 FR WETAPPO
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03426-590R
R-0824500 $376.94
MC LEOD WILLIAM M
S33T5R10 .51ACM/L
105X210 FT LOT
ORB 331/307 FRRANEW
MAP 27C

03426-604R
R-0824700 $363.09
FORGOTTEN COAST INVESTMENTS
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
BORROW PIT
BLK1
MAP 27C
4.15 AC

03426-695R
R-0826600 $413.83
STOFFER DONN & NANCY
S33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT7 BLK2 MAP27C
ORB 356/860 FR WETAPPO INC

03426-700R
R-0826700 $413.83
RUSSO FRED E
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT8 BLK2 MAP27C
ORB 356/509 FR WETAPPO INC

03426-705R
R-0826800 $413.83
RUSSO FREDE
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT9 BLK2 MAP27C
ORB 356/509 FR WETAPPO INC


03462-195R
R-0865900 $417.43
KENT CHARLES M & PATRICIA D
S 35 T 5 R 111.56 AC M/L.125
FT LOT ON SR 386 BEING LOT 13
OF AN UNRECORDED SUBD.
ORB 342/585 FR BURNETT
MAP 43

,03483-110R
R-0873800 $436.51


The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, May 11, 18, 25, 2006 5 Tax Roll


E-0ablished 1937 o Servina Gulf county and surrounding areas for 68 years


03426-720R
R-0827100 $413.83
RUSSO FRED E
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC SUB
LOT 12 BLK2 MAP 27C
ORB 356/509 FR WETAPPO INC

03426-81 OR
R-0828900 $415.63
FORGOTTEN COAST INVESTMENTS
S 33 T 5 R 11 WETAPPO INC
LOT 7
BLK 3
MAP 27C

03440-000R
R-0834200 $462.01
HAMMON GWENDOLYN
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 & 54 ORB
88/591 QC FR WHITFIELD
MAP #27C
BLK 1

03449-000R
R-0835400 $3,814.01
ALLAN CHARLES D TRUSTEE
S 34 T 5 R 11 77.6 AC E/2 OF
NE/4 ORB 75/936, LESS 2.4 AC
M/L ORB 89/282 TO MEXICO BCH
CORP INC & 1 AC IN S 35 T 5
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
68.12 AC OR BK-0366 PG-0782

03450-050R
R-0837000 $203.08
BACKWATER PARTNERS LLC
WETAPPO SUB PB 5 PGE 36
LOT 10
ORB 382/1 FR WETAPPO PRESERVE
LLC
MAP 270

03450-305R
R-0842100 $203.08
KERIGAN JOHN J JR
WETAPPO SUB PB 5 PGE 36
LOT 61
ORB 377/885 FR WETAPPO
PRESERVE LLC
MAP 27D

03450-31 OR
R-0842200 $203.08
CHAPMAN BEN ET AL
WETAPPO SUB PB 5 PGE 36
LOT 62
ORB 377/299 FR WETAPPO
PRESERVE LLC
MAP 27D

03450-320R
R-0842400 $203.08
WILLIAMS JAY F SR
WETAPPO SUB PB 5 PGE 36
LOT 64
ORB 376/785 FR WETAPPO
PRESERVE LLC
MAP 27D

03450-780R
R-0851600 $203.08
STERLING TRUST CO CUSTODIAN
WETAPPO SUB PB 5PGE 36
LOT 156
ORB 384/487 FR WETAPPO
PRESERVELLC
MAP 27D

03450-910R
R-0854200 $203.08
BACKWATER PARTNERS LLC
WETAPPO SUB PB 5 PGE 36
LOT 182
ORB 382/1 FR WETAPPO PRESERVE
LLC
MAP 27D

03454-020R -
R-0858600 $518.99
HELL JOSHUA
S 35 T 5 R 11 1.55 AC M/L
BEING LOT 3, UNREC. PLAT BY
NANCE ORB 215/963 FR GRINER
ORB 327/922 FR WILSON
MAP 43 BLK A
1.55 AC OR BK-0327 PG-0922

03457-0OOR
R-0858900 $7,142.99
KENT CHARLES & PATRICIA D
S 35 T 5 R 1110.20 AC S/2 OF
SW/4 OF NW/4 ORB 230/583
BEING LOT 1 MINOR REPLAT
ORB 284/226 FR ATKINS
MAP 43
10.02 AC OR BK-0284 PG-0226

03460-020R
R-0859700 $785.90 !
CARLTON KURT L & TERESA G
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 4
ORB 350/540 FR TODISCO
MAP 43

03460-160R
R-0861400 HX $492.14
JUSTICE KAREN S &
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (AKA PHASE II OR UNIT
TWO) (UNREC) LOT 12 ORB
234/ 877 & LOT 19 ORB 234/877
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03460-370R
R-0863800 $852.54
FOREMAN TARREL
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 17 & 18 & PENINSULA PORT
ION ORB 367/33 FR SADDLER & GO
BBS
MAP 43

03462-055R
R-0864400 $4,308.78
KING CHRISTOPHER L & AMY C
S 35 T 5 R 11 4.46ACM/L
200 FT ON C-386
BEING PARCEL B, MINOR IEPLAT
4-18-99
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
4.46 AC OR BK-0369 PG-0294







U au JAnUJIrleT, a SlriFUJPnrt St I ~ L *-Thursdov Mcivu1. 1,.2.206Etbise-97-e-n-Gl ont-n-uronig ra or6 er


SURBER RAE ANN CUSTODIAN
PINE BREEZE SUBD PB 3 PG 64
LOT 2 .751 AC M/L
ORB 285/5 FR RISH & RISH JR
ORB 306/600 FR SURBER
MAP 14B
.75 AC OR BK-0306 PG-0600

03486-020R
R-0875600 $628.49
DEMENT WALTER H
S 6 T 6 R 111 AC M/L 91.42
FT ON SR 386; 494.41 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 89/401 FR JOHNSON
MAP #14B

03488-055R
R-0876600 $294.84
CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST AT
S6T6R11 1.01ACM/L
150 X 291 FT LOT ON S LONG ST
ORB 332/937 FR HOPPER
MAP 14B
1.00 AC OR BK-0332 PG-0937

03488-056R
R-0876700 $976.47
CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST AT THE
S6T6R11 3.436 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 181/499 FR
THOMPSON
MAP# 14B
ORB 356/541 FR HOPPER
3.44 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0541

03501-180R
R-0883100 HX $1,393.51
HORST FRANKIE R JR & AMELIA K
S 6 T 6 R 11 SUNSHINE FARMS
(UNRECORDED) LOT 16 3.56 AC
M/L UNRECORDED AA FR TAUNTON
ORB 260/196 FR BRAKE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
5.32 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0659

03501-220R
R-0884400 HX $678.51
GEORGE EDDIE E
SUNSHINE FARMS 5.33 AC
FARM LOT #24 ORB 249/259 FR
THURBER
MAP# 14C
5.33 AC OR BK-0249 PG-0259

03501-245R
R-0885100 $1,170.82
BENDER DONALD C &
S 7 T 6 R 11 SUNSHINE FARMS
(UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.18 AC
M/L ORB 257/984-985 FR HALE
MAP #14C
5.18 AC OR BK-0257 PG-0984

03503-000R
R-0886600 $829.67
DOBBS RONALD B
S 7 T6R11 .71ACM/L
PARCEL ON SR 386
ORB 347/33 QC FR GRAND ISLE DE
VELOPMENT LLC
MAP 14C
1.62 AC OR BK-0347 PG-0033

03511-020R
R-0888000 HX $323.56
SALEH KEITH
S6T6R11 .5ACM/L
BEING PARCEL B, MINOR REPLAT
ORB 252/476 ORB 326/677 FR WH
LITTLE ORB 326/715 QC FR HESS
MAP 14B
.50 AC OR BK-0326 PG-0715

03593-001 R
R-0901200 $3,805.07
HARRELL MARYANN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 13 & STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13
& US 98 REC'D ORB 76/224
MAP #16C
BLK 6

03607-O000R
R-0903100 $6,715.76
BROCK CHARLIE MACK
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOTS 12, 14 & 16
ORB 265/849 FR OSBORN & LESS
ORB 287/371 TO BROCK CONST &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03667-050R
R-0912400 $1,142.60
HUBER MARY BETH MOORE
BEACON HILL PB 1 PG 2
LOT 14 ORB 220/757 FR HILL
ORB 301/328 FR MADDOX JR
BLK 14
MAP 16C

03671-O000R
R-0912900 $1,185.08
FREEMAN GARY & GLORIA
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 16 ORB 183/725 FR
ALSOBROOKS
MAP #16C
BLK 14

03693-000R
R-0915800 $2,108.09
HUBER MARY BETH MOORE
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2 .
LOTS 13 & 15 ORB 172/723 TO
GRIFFIN (LIFE ESTATE RESERVED)
ORB 303/150 FR GRIFFIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03733-060R
R-0923800 $1,177.49
WEBB FLETCHER TAMMY
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 11 ORB 86/45
& ORB 118/89 FR STEVENS & LESS
ORB 287/585 TO SAVOLIDIS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03738-100R
R-0926200 $768.50
WORTHIIGTON JOE
BEACON RILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 20
ORB 357/383 FR MEXICO BEACH LA
ND & DEVELOPMENT LLC
MAP16B BLK 27


03739-090R
R-0926700 $768.50
CONE JOSEPH L &
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 18
ORB 365/472 FR MEXICO BEACH LA
ND & DEVELOPMENT LLC
MAP 16B BLK 28

03744-0OOR


R-0927400 $1,483.49
KUMAR NAVEEN S & JULIE OUIMET
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT ONE
PB 2 PG 46 LOT 4
ORB 204/487 FR BENN
ORB 380/804 QC FR OUIMET
BLK 1 MAP 16B

03748-001R
R-0928100 $2,632.12
HEARD BRAD JR
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT ONE
PB 2 PB 46 LOT 16
ORB 339/632 FR PEICKERT
MAP16B BLKi1

03751-001iR
R-0928600 $279.49
PECORINO MARINA R
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT 1 PB
2 PG 46 LOT 6
ORB 279/243 FR ARNOLD
MAP 16B
BLK 2

03756-0OOR
R-0930400 HX $1,952.41
STEELEY HUBERT E &
S31 T6R 11
92.65 FT GULF FRONT LOT
ORB 181/28 FR LANIER
MAP# 16C

03761-070R
R-0932400 HX $724.11
CHAMBERS KEN H & BETTY A
S31 T6 R 10
BEING LOT 13, UNREC. SUB.
UNREC. CONTRACT FR BAXTER
REALTY
MAP# 16C

03783-100R
R-0934900 $4,630.26
BROWN JERRY A & TERRY S
S 31 T 6 R 11 90 FT LOT ON US
98 IN FRONT OF LOT 3 ON
GULFVIEW ST
ORB 360/217 FR YORK
MAP 16C

03785-O000R
R-0935100 HX $175.24
JOHNSON THOMAS E
S 31 T 6 R 11
125 X170 X 138 FT LOT
ORB 228/348 FR LOUDEN
MAP# 16C

03797-001R
R-0937900 $239.09
BAKER FRANK A ET AL
S131 T 6 R 11 60 X 125 FT LOT
IN ORIG GOVT LOT 4 ORB 85/345
FR MC CLELLAND
MAP# 16C
.17 AC

03798-004R
R-0938600 $5,615.70
ESAD ENTERPRISES INC
S 31 & 32.T 6 R 11 PARCEL
BEING PARCEL "E"
ORB 250/495 FR GULF AIRE
PROPERTIES
MAP# 16C
3.05 AC OR BK-0250 PG-0495

03798-042R
R-0941800 $2,419.94
D AGNESE PAUL
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 3
ORB 365/838 FR BYRD
MAP16C BLK C

03798-065R
R-0943700 HX $1,568.22
CLEMENTS JAMES T
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13L OT 3
ORB 252/542-543 FR SMITH
ORB 393/295 FR LOMAX
BLK F MAP 16C

03798-185R
R-0947500 $1,080.39
PICCOLA GAIL
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
PARCEL "A" OF LOT 30
ORB 221/902 FR MOULTROP
MAP# 16C
BLK C

03798-186R
R-0947600 $846.51
PICCOLA GAIL
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
PARCEL "B" OF LOT 30
ORB 221/902 FR MOULTROP
MAP# 16C
BLK C

03798-187R
R-0947700 HX $737.40
PICCOLA GAIL
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
PARCEL "C" OF LOT 30
ORB 221/902 FR MOULTROP
MAP# 16C
BLK C

03798-684R
R-0959200 $2,053.47
GAFFNEY JOHN W &
S31 T6 R 11
BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
TOWHSHOUSES ORB 139/566 CD
FR PRIESTLEY
MAP# 16C

03798-766R
R-0960700 $294.84
SAINT SOMEWHERE DEVELOPMENT
S31 & S32 T6R11
BEING A 20 FT ALLEY BETWEEN
GULFAIRE PHASE IV (UNRECORDED)
AND THE WASTEWATER PLANT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03805-135R
R-0970400 $1,618.30
CALLOWAY CASON J JR
BEACON BY THE SEA PHASE III PB
4 PG 13, LOT7,
ORB 359/105 FR WHITE
MAP 16C


03805-150R
R-0970700 $1,379.50
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C JR
BEACON BY THE SEA PHASE III PB
4 PG 13, LOT 10,
ORB 355/860 FR INTEGRAS PROP.
ORB 394/1 FR HANSEN DOING
MAP 16C

03806-110R


R-0974200 $1,139.63
ALTENBURG MARK & LISA
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 & 35
LOT 2 ORB 255/52 FR WELCH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-180R
R-0975600 HX $1,592.02
ESTES RODGERS W & KAREN
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB3PGS. 34&35 LOT 16
ORB 276/50 FR BEATY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-756R
R-0985800 $1,870.05
ESAD ENTERPRISES INC
SUMMER PLACE
13.97 X 20.03 FT PORTION
ORB 281/943 QC FR HAMBRICK
MAP 16D

03814-275R
R-0991600 $1,769.75
MANYET ANTHONY
SEA HAVEN PB 4 PG 40
LOT 35
ORB 322/34 FR COSTIN & SHOAF
MAP 31

03816-090R
R-0992600 $1,519.79
JOHNNY WATSON CONSTRUCTION
HIDDEN RIDGE SUB PB 5 PGE 57
LOT 8
ORB 388/960 FR COASTAL WATERS
CONSTRUCTION INC
MAP 31

03816-525R
R-0999200 $1,767.95
JOHNNY WATSON CONSTRUCTION
INC
PALMETTO TRACE PB 5 PGE 28
LOT 5 ORB 366/632 FR COASTAL
MAP 31

03816-530R
R-0999300 $1,767.95
JOHNNY WATSONS CONSTRUCTION
PALMETTO TRACE PB 5 POE 28
LOT 6 ORB 366/643 COASTAL
MAP 31

03816-690R
R-1001300 $1,519.79
HIGHLAND COASTAL PROPERTIES
HIGHLANDS AT ST JOE BEACH PB 5
PGE 30
LOT 18
MAP 31
14.96 AC

03816-71 OR
R-1001700 $1,521.59
FOY DARIEN
HIGHLANDS AT ST JOE BEACH PB 5
PGE 30
LOT 22
ORB 374/454 FR HIGHLAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
14.96 AC OR BK-0374 PG-0454

03816-715R
R-1001800 $1,521.59
HUNTER ORMAND
HIGHLANDS AT ST JOE BEACH PB 5
PGE 30
LOT 23
ORB 374/450 FR HIGHLAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
14.96 AC OR BK-0374 PG-0450

03816-720R
R-1001900 $1,521.59
HUNTER ORMAND
HIGHLANDS AT ST JOE BEACH PB 5
PGE 30
LOT 24
ORB 374/452 FR HIGHLAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
14.96 AC OR BK-0374 PG-0452

03816-740R
R-1002300 $352.35
FOY DARIEN
HIGHLANDS AT ST JOE BEACH PB 5
PGE 30
LOT 28
ORB 374/456 FR HIGHLAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
14.96 AC OR BK-0374 PG-0456

03825-050R
R-1005000 $4,427.85
TIMMINS JAMES BRADFORD
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14, 15 ORB 194/870 FR
DAVIS
MAP# 17A

03834-000R
R-1006300 HX $575.16
HEYNEN FINI E & MARTHA H &
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 11, 12 & 13
ORB 193/123 FR PATE & PART OF
ALLEY VACATED (RES # 2003-02)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.43 AC OR BK-0193 PG-0123

03853-000R
R-1009000 $3,188.51
DEMENT WALTER H JR
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 11 ORB 91/959 FR ALLEMORE
SORB 328/74 FR HOLLEY
MAP17A BLK 4
.14 AC OR BK-0328 PG-0074

03874-000R
R-1011300 $2,224.72
CRYDERMAN CURTIS E
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
N'LY 56 FT OF LOTS 12 & 13,
BEING PARCEL A,CUMMINGS MINOR
REPLAT ORB 341/593
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.23 AC OR BK-0357 PG-0849

03874-050R
R-1011500 HX $2,080.20


CRYDERMAN CURTIS E
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
S'LY 56 FT OF LOTS 12 & 13,
BEING PARCEL B,CUMMINGS MINOR
REPLAT ORB 341/593
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.23 AC OR BK-0359 PG-0032

03888-0OOR
R-1013000 HX $1,168.31
MILLER ROGER W & KATHRYN


YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
SE 61 FT OF LOT 18 IN BLK 6 &
NW 85 FT OF LOT 9 IN BLK 7
ORB 288/899 FR HIWAY FCU OF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.16 AC OR BK-0288 PG-0899

03894-OOOR
R-1013700 $3,707.40
HELFRICH LISA
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 5 ORB 86/94 A OF A
ORB 371/731 FR TOMLINSON ESTATE
E
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.10 AC OR BK-0372 PG-0823

03924-O000R
R-1017700 $5,495.14
MONOD OLIVIER
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 1 ORB 193/760 FR CASSANI
& LOT 3 & PORT. OF ALLEY
VACATED BY CO. RESOLUTION 77-2
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03926-0OOR
R-1017900 $6,366.39
DEMENT WALTER H JR
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 11 MAP 17A
25 X 100 FT PORTION OF
VACATED ALLEY ORB 187/228 FR
SKAAR ORB 356/534 FR HADLOCK
.28 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0534

03941-O000R
R-1020700 $3,791.06
HODGE DOROTHY ROSE MATTHEWS
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 1 ORB 177/626 FR MATTHEWS
MAP #17A
BLK 13
.10 AC OR BK-0177 PG-0626

03951-000R
R-1022300 $2,224.72
SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 8 & 25' PORTION VACATED
IN ALLEY RES 96-33
MAP #17A
BLK 14
.28 AC

03954-0OOR
R-1022700 $2,224.72
RYAN CHARLES R JR & VANESA H
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 12
ORB 269/847 FR WILLIAMS &
PORTION OF VACATED ALLEY RES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.21 AC OR BK-0310 PG-0189

03968-050R
R-1027100 $4,431.45
TIMMINS ANN D & JAMES B
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14 & 15
ORB 304/62 FR DAVIS
MAP 17A
BLK 16
.28 AC OR BK-0304 PG-0062

03977-000R
R-1030200 $8,298.69
KEAM BENJAMIN A & VICKI R
S 5 T7 R11 PONCE DE LEON ST
IF EXTENDED FROM US 98 TO
GULF REC'D ORB 228/533 FR
STANSELL ORB 298/764 FR KEAM
MAP# 17A

03984-0OOR
R-1033100 $16,744.15
BLUE HEAVEN PROPERTIES LLC
S 6 T 7 R li 153.27FTONUS
98; 204.75 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 346/513 FR REN KEN PROPERTY
IES LLC
MAP 17A
.43 AC OR BK-0346 PG-0515

03988-005R
R-1034300 $1,716.91
BARBER DAVID H & JEANNETTE
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 ORB 195/18 FR SHOAF
ORB 303/219 FR PARKER
ORB 315/20 QC FR BARBER
MAP 17A BLK 2
.25 AC OR BK-0315 PG-0020

03994-001R
R-1035400 HX $567.06
GAINER ANDREW OLYN JR &
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 ORB 217/406 FR SKIPPER
MAP #17A
BLK 4
.25 AC OR BK-0217 PG-0406

04002-0OOR
R-1036900 $2,299.28
HEITLAUF HANS & DEBRA HEITLAUF
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6
ORB 210/647 FR SULZER
MAP# 17A
BLK 5
.51 AC OR BK-0210 PG-0647

04008-OO0R
R-1037800 HX $298.50
LAMBOY CONSTANCE S
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4
ORB 200/788 AD FR LUNDY & ,
ORB 206/201 FR LUNDY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.25 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0201

04026-000R
R-1040600 HX $737.33
BUTLER RAY L & KATHYJ
PORT ST JOE BEACH UNIT 1
LOTS 10 & 12
ORB 275/692 FR WILSON
MAP 17A
BLK 8
.51 AC OR BK-0275 PG-0692

04032-000R
R-1041300 $1,633.89


O'BARR DAVID EDWARD
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 8 ORB 166/690 QC FR
WILHITE
MAP #17A
BLK 9
.25 AC OR BK-0166 PG-0690

04034-000R
R-1041600 $1,520.80
0 BARR DAVID E & CONSTANCE S


PORT ST JOE BEACH UNIT 1 LOT
10
ORB 336/965 FR 0 BARR
MAP 17A BLK 9
.25 AC OR BK-0336 PG-0965

04058-O000R
R-1045100 $1,990.49
COLLINS CARLTON WILBURN &
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 10 ORB 225/963 FR
MURPHY
ORB 373/167 FR RAY
BLK 12 MAP 17A

04098-015R
R-1050900 $1,219.87
SHEARER JEFFREY A & TINA M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 1 ORB 178/883 FR FENDLEY
ORB 251/882 FR FENDLEY TRUST &
ORB 251/883 FR FENDLEY TRUST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04098-020R
R-1051000 $1,219.87
SHEARER JEFFERY A & TINA M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 2 ORB 188/624 FR FENDLEY
ORB 314/396 QC FR SHEARER
BLK 18
MAP 17A

04101-005R
R-1054800 HX $901.99
GREEN ELMER & FRANCES A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 1
ORB 216/908 FR HOWARD
MAP# 17A
BLK 21

04102-005R
R-1055200 $841.94
WESTER PERRY S & LINDA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 1
ORB 343/921 FR WESTER
MAP 17A BLK 22

04102-01 OR
R-1055300 $841.94
WESTER PERRY S & LINDA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 2
ORB 343/921 FR WESTER
MAP 17A BLK 22

04102-015R
R-1055400 $841.94
WESTER PERRY S & LINDA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 3
ORB 343/921 FR WESTER
MAP 17A BLK 22

04145-001 R
R-1061900 HX $33.88
BRANSONSTEVE E -
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT 2
49.99 X 150 FT PORTION OF LOT
15 (BEING LOT 3 OF AN UNREC
SUBD) ORB 196/911 FR BRANSON &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0983

04145-002R
R-1062000 $1,139.65'
BRANSON STEVE EI&-
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT 2
49.99 X 150 FT PORTION OF
LOTS 14 & 15 (BEING LOT 2 OF
AN UNREC SUBD.)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.17 AC OR BK-0196 PG-0906

04160-000R
R-1064500 $1,688.66
PARHAM JAMES D:
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT9 ORB 229/715 FR
RICHTER
MAP# 17A
BLK 32
.22 AC OR BK-0229 PG-0715

04166-001R
R-1065100 $2,618.39
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM GREEN
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 2, 4 (LESS SW 25 FT OF
4)
ORB 337/674 FR EMERY
MAP17A,.-.-: BLK33 ,
.37 AC OR BK-0337 PG-0674

04167-DOOR
R-1065400 HX $398.60
ROYAL ALAN WAYNE & CAROLYN
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 14 & 16 ORB 165/413 FR
PHILLIPS
MAP #17A
BLK 33
.44 AC OR BK-0165 PG-0413
04177-000R
R-1067400 HX $107.62
PARHAM JAMES D & MELINDA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 145/591-92 FR
TAYLOR
MAP#17A
BLK 35
.25 AC OR BK-0145 PG-0591

04189-000R ... ...
R-1069200 $1,920.72
FRANTZ JOHN P & KIMBERLY
PORT ST JOE BEACH UNIT 2
LOT 15 & 16
ORB 293/743 FR RIDGLEY
MAP 17A
BLK 38

04211-001R
R-1073700 $1,522.60
DOZIER STEPHEN
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 97/178 FR GIBSON
ORB 371/822 FR COMBS
ORB 356/884 FR COBBS
MAP 17A BLK 44
.25 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0822


04212-007R
R-1075100 HX $1,793.43
HARRIMAN MARK D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 8 ORB 216/804 FR BROCK
MAP #17A
BLK 45
.25 AC OR BK-0216 PG-0804

04215-025R
R-1076500 $2,347.80


HUTTO HAROLD R
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9
ORB 349/764 FR KEMP
ORB 372/789 FR CATHEY ET AL
BLK 46 MAP 17A

04218-002R
R-1077000 $1,827.00
WILSON STANLEY
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 2
ORB 230/434
FR WILSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.51 AC OR BK-0230 PG-0434

04231-035R
R-1080500 $2,574.00
COMBS ROBIN & JAY WELLS
SUNSET VILLAGE PB 4 PG 19 ORB
300/426 FR KENNINGTON ET AL
ORB 370/583 FR IOLA HOLDINGS
LLC
MAP# 31 LOT 7

04231-21OR
R-1084000 $2,572.20
CRYER LINKSTON
SUNSET VILLAGE PB4 PGE 19
LOT 42
ORB 328/2 FR KENNINGTON ET AL
MAP 31

04231-335R
R-1086500 $2,574.00
FENDLEY JOYCE G
SUNSET VILLAGE PB 4 PG 19 ORB
300/426 FR KENNINGTON ET AL
LOT 67 ORB 324/55 FR IOLA HOL
DINGS LLC
MAP 31

04231-395R
R-1087700 $3,341.34
SANAULLAH SHEZAD &
SUNSET VILLAGE PB 4 PG 19 ORB
300/426 FR KENNINGTON ET AL
LOT 79 ORB 320/65 FR IOLA HO
LDINGS LLC
MAP 31

04231-445R ; 'i
R-1088700 $3,337.74
KENNINGTON M B
SUNSET VILLAGE PB 4 PGE 19
LOT 89
MAP #31

04248-060R
R-1092300 $5,637.13
FENDLEY JOYCE G -
S16T7R11
56.02 FT GULF FRONT, BEING LOT
2 HARRELL MINOR REPLAT ORB 301
/2 ORB 302/899 FR BOITET
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.66 AC OR BK-0375 PG-0023

04270-125R
R-1097800 $293.04
MURDOCK WILLIAM T & SHELTON C
SUIqSET BAY PB 5 PG 35 .
LOT 5
ORB 374/289 FR SNAPPER STREET
MAP 49B

04273-205R :
R-1100700 HX $390.48
WILLIAMS SUSAN D
BAY BREEZE SUBD. PB 3 PG 45
LOT 21 .68 AC M/L
ORB 231/452 QC FR RISH
MAP# 49B

04276-145R
R-1104900 $12,882.20
KRUNCH PROPERTIES LLC
WINDMARK SUB (PB 4/1-5) :
.142 AC M/L, BEING LOT 29
ORB 345/392 FR WINDMARK BEACH
INVESTORS LLC
MAP 33A
.14 AC OR BK-0345 PG-0392

04276-345R
R-1108900 $7,841.84
DOWNING EDWARD F III &
WINDMARK SUB (PB 4/1-5)
.434 AC M/L, BEING LOT 69
ORB 282/275 FR ST JOE-ARVIDA
MAP 33A
ORB 357/323 FR GUDGEL
.43 AC OR BK-0357tPG-0323"

04276-350R
R-1109000 $6,536.08
DARIUS DONOVIN L & ALEMNESH D
WINDMARK SUB (PB 4/1-5)
.403 AC M/L, BEING LOT 70
ORB 336/741 FR TURK
MAP 33A
.40 AC OR BK-0336 PG-0741

04332-000R
R-1118800 $707.54
PARKER MATTHEW J & DANA J
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 LOT
4 ORB 141/452 FR SMITH
ORB 382/330 FR SMITH
BLK A MAP 49B

04338-000R
R-1119300 $2,006.78
RAKER DONNAS
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 LOTS
11, 12,.13,16.......
ORB 361/795 FR HORNE '"
MAP 49B BLK A

04355-000R
R-1120300 $49:64
RHAMES DONALD GENE ETAL
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 LOTS
1, 2 & 3 LESS 9519 SQ FT IN
ORB 141/70 TO STATE D.O.T.
MAP# 49B
BLKE

04361-000R ; *
1'-1120800HX $251.93
WOOD TAMELA L & RONNIE K
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 E 56
FT OF LOT14 & 11; LESS S 30


,FT OF 11; BEING THE OLD STORE
BLDG ORB 83/1122 & LESS 601
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04369-ODOR
R-1121500 HX $168.73
WOOD RAYMOND & MARSHA
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOTS 1, 2 & 3 LYING E OF
COUNTY DITCH ORB 179/260 FR
WILDER & DUVAL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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04371-O000R
R-1121700 HX $518.18
WOOD CARL DAVID
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS
E 100 FT X 140 FT OF LOT 4
ORB 198/797 FR HENRY & ORB
204/56 QC FR WOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04488-O000R
R-1132800 $793.47
WOOD THOMAS E ET UX
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 50 LOTS
7 & 8 ORB 83/518
MAP #49B
BLK C

04507-001R
R-1134500 HX $372.42
OWENS DEBORAH D
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW LOT 2 & 3
ORB 129/71 FR CITIZENS FED.
S&L & ORB 187/110 QCFR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04539-005R
R-1137500 $566.75
STOLL RICHARD C
S27T7R11 .26ACM/L
BEING PARCEL B, KENNINGTON MIN
OR REPLAT ORB 379/911
ORB 380/903 FR KENNINGTON
MAP 33A
.26 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0903

04539-01OR
R-1137600 $537.09
STOLL RICHARD C
S27T7R11 1.15ACM/L
BEING PARCEL A, KENNINGTON MIN
OR REPLAT ORB 379/911
ORB 380/903 FR KENNINGTON
MAP 33A
1.15 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0903

04546-0OOR
R-1140100 $1,206.32
ASBURY DAVID A &
S926UT7R11 100AX 150 FT
LOT IN NE/4 OF NE/4 OF GOVT
LOT 14 ORB 243/448 FR LOVELACE
MAP# 49B

04546-025R
R-1142300 HX $344.94
GAINOUS BILLY LEE & LORETTA A
S 26 T 7 R 11300 X 132 FT
LOT BEING S/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/4
OF GOVT LOT 14 ORB 218/287 FR
EWING
MAP# 49B
.90 AC OR BK-0218 PG-0287

04546-026R
R-1142400 $754.63
ASBURY DAVID A & NANCY EVERETT
S 26 T 7R11 90X140 FT LOT
BEING S/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4,
LESS 140 FT LOT TO GAINOUS &
LESS ORB 26/475 TO CUMBIE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.28 AC OR BK-0286 PG-0501

04550-230R
R-1143400 $515.93
C 0 DEVELOPMENTS LLC ET AL
ST JOE BAY VILLAGE PB 5 PGE 34
LOT 1
MAP 33A
.72 AC

04583-185R
R-1155000 $3,662.04
HODSON LARRY .
S 36 T 7 R 11 5 AC M/L BEING
LOT 9 ;
PORT ST JOE COMMERCE PARK
ORB 364/469 FR ST JOE COMPANY
MAP 49D
5.00 AC OR BK-0364 PG-0469

04585-1OOR
R-1156200 $730.44
PRECISION INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
S36 T 7 R 11 .98 AC M/L
200.35' ON WATER PLANT RD
ORB 298/747 FR THE ST JOE CO
MAP 490
.98 AC OR BK-0298 PG-0747

04594-250R
R-1162300 $2,725.56
PARVEY DEVELOPMENT CORPORA-
TION
VILLAGE AT MARINA COVE PB 4 PG
48 LOT 10
ORB 337/940 FR PREBLE ET AL
MAP 50B

04594-255R
R-1162400 $2,725.56
PARVEY DEVELOPMENT CORPORA-.
TION
VILLAGE AT MARINA COVE PB 4 PG
48 LOT 11
ORB 337/50 FR PREBLE ET AL
MAP 50B

04594-275R
R-1162800 $2,725.56
SUNSET BAY INVESTMENTS INC
VILLAGE AT MARINA COVE PB 4 PG
48 LOT 15
ORB 342/776 FR PREBLE ET AL
MAP 50B '

04598-000R
S R-1166400 $595.28
: BUIE JAMES
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 1
MAP #50A
BLK A

04601-000R
R-1166800 $273.14
DICKENS SALLY MAE
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG 3
5 S/2 OF LOT 5 ORB 117/780
FR MAY
MAP#50A
BLK A


04604-0OOR
R-1167100 $692.57
LEWIS ROSALAND & CURTIS
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 7-ORB 200/758 TO LEWIS
(LIFE ESTATE RESERVED)
MAP #50A
BLK A

04623-O000R


R-1169000 $1,169.09
JULIUS ANGELA EVANS
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 E/2 OF LOT 24 & E/2 OF LOT
26
ORB 364/227 FR JULIUS (LIFE ES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04628-DOOR
R-1169400 $424.20
MC KAY RANCE HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 5
MAP #50A
BLK B

04633-0OOR
R-1169900 $844.15
GARDNER TOMMY ET AL
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 17
ORB 148/31-32 QC FR GARTNER ET
AL ORB 320/714 QC FR GARDNER
MAP 50A BLK B

04634-O000R
R-1170000 $500.68
PITTMAN GENEVA C/0 IDA THOMAS
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 18
MAP #50A
BLK B

04640-OOOR
R-1170600 $947.43
MC KELVY POLLY HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 20
MAP #50A
BLK B

04746-0OOR
R-1182000 $881.54
SEIFERT FRANK J & DONNA M
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 7,
9&11 ORB189/332 FR
CAMPBELL & SUMNER
MAP# 50A
BLK 18

04754-000R
R-1182800 $1,772.44
DENTON BLAKE 0 & PAULA D
CITY OF PORT ST JOE LOT 15
ORB 280/180 FR MCGILL
MAP 50A
BLK 18

04756-O000R
R-1183000 $1,964.24
BRIGHTLY LIN
CITY OF PORT ST JOE LOT 17
ORB 286/935 FR MOXIE CONST
ORB 384/830 FR COLEMAN
BLK 18 MAP 50A

04779-050R
R-1186600 $2,186.19
CRADDOCK WALKER NEIL R
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 27
& W 10 FT OF LOT 29
ORB 350/246 FR BAYWASH OF PORT
ST JOE INC
MAP 50A BLK 20
.23 AC OR BK-0350 PG-0246

04784-000R:
R-1187100 $4,339.44
BALOGH ERNEST
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 9
& 11 ORB 83/606 & ORB 176/
248 FR COMFORTER
ORB 314/534 FR NELSON
MAP 50A BLK 22

04785-000R i
R-1187200 $1,473.81
BALOGH ERNEST
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 13
ORB 168/316 FR SJFP CO
INDUSTRIES, INC.
ORB 314/534 FR NELSON
MAP 550A BLK 22

04785-001R
R-1187300 $1,472.01
BALOGH ERNEST
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 15
ORB 186/309 FR SJFP CO.
ORB 314/534 FR NELSON
MAP 50A BLK 22

04871-0OOR,
R-1201600 $13,529.20
PHILLIPS OIL INC
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 1,
3, 5 & W/2OF LOT 7
ORB 364/165 FR HERNDON OIL
MAP 50A BLK 36
.68 AC OR BK-0364 PG-0165

04894-000R
R-1204300 $2,250.79
ACREE CLEVELAND &
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 10
& LESS NE 25 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 237/578 FR GARDEN
ORB 321/207 FR BURNETTE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.39 AC ORBK-0388PG-0248

04898-001R
R-1204800 HX $468.40
THURSBAY WILLIAM P & TERESA A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 22 &
E/2 OF LOT 20
ORB 181/988 FR HOGAN
MAP #50A
BLK 37
.29 AC OR BK-0181 PG-0988

04911-000R
R-1206400 HX $66.50
WHITFIELD LARRY RAY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 10
MAP #50A
BLK 38
.28AC

04915-000R
R-1206800 $2,635.48
SEYMOUR SCOT
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 55 FT
OF LOT 4 & S 40 FT OF LOT 3
ORB 356/300 FR SEYMOUR


ORB 367/705 FR MESSER
MAP 50A BLK 39
.38 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0705

04986-000-R
R-1214200 HX $185.15
HARVEY HAROLD B
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 6
MAP #50A
BLK 43


04987-OOOR
R-1214300 HX $272.26
LITTLE JAMES C & DEBRA JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/15 FR BAXLEY
MAP# 50A
BLK 43

05003-OOOR
R-1216000 $2,070.05
REEVES DUSTIN C
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 88 FT
OF LOT 3 ORB 270/640 FR TEALL
MAP 50A
BLK 44

05027-000R
R-1219700 $1,771.66
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP #50A
BLK46
.19 AC OR BK-0164 PG-0929

05056-050R
R-1223700 HX $227.45
KILBOURN MARK & MELISSA K
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 2F- ORB 214/86 FR FORD
ESTATE
MAP# 50A
BLK 48

05090-000R
R-1227800 $68,039.46
HEALTHCARE REIT INC
CITY OF PORT ST JOE LOT 17-30
IN BLOCK 51 & 20 FT ALLEY
INCLUDED IN SAME
ORB 283/916 FR HCC GULF INC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05132-O000R
R-1234000 HX $413.51
BRANSON RANDY J & SHIELA K
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 5 &
7 ORB 188/40 FR FAIN
MAP# 50D
BLK 59

05140-OOOR
R-1234900 $3,123.79
HENDERSON RICHARD & DELILAH
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 6 &
8
ORB 339/354 FR HERRING
MAP 50D BLK 60

05171-O000R
R-1238100 $2,688.54
ELDER M TIMOTHY SR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 10
& 12 ORB 92/904 LIFE ESTATE
DEED TO CLARK ET AL & ORB
148/161-163 FR CLARK ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05219-070R
R-1243500 HX $1,655.23
SMITH JOHN ALLEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 4
ORB 74/333 & ORB 195/75 TO
MILLER & SMITH (LIFE ESTATE RE
SERVED)
MAP 50D BLK 69

05219-080R
R-1243600 HX $302.29
ROBINSON RICHARD L & MARSHA E
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 5
ORB 173/158 FR DAVIDSON
MAP #50D
BLK 69

05221-00DR
R-1244000 $4,453.82
MC CAMPBELL ROBERT P JR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 12,
13 & 14 ORB 84/124 & PARCEL
"A" ORB 138/921 FR STEPHENS
& LESS PARCEL "B"
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05286-0OOR
R-1251400 HX $410.04
GOMILLION SALLY ANN
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 1
LOT1 & 2
ORB 294/791 QC FR GOMILLION
MAP 50A BLK 78

05313-0OOR
R-1254100 HX $276.55
RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN &
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 10 & 11
ORB 189/320 FR RICHARDSON
MAP #50D
BLK 79

05314-O000R
R-1254200 $3,279.74
HERMSDORFER JOHN & CHRISTINE
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 1 LOT
12
ORB 275/430 FR MORGAN ORB 322
/205 FR BRADLEY
MAP 50D BLK 79

05364-000R
R-1259300 HX $635.85
TARANTINO BENNY JOE & MONICA A
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT 10 ORB 184/523 FR JONES
MAP #50A
BLK 84

05444-010R
R-1268400 $2,391.85
KERIGAN STEVEN P
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 6 ORB 126/377 QC FR
CLAYTON, LESS ORB 139/723 TO
TEAT ORB 322/725 FR CLAYTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05473-000R
R-1273300 HX $1,235.40
SMITH JASON S & HEATHER E
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 2
LOT 2


ORB 339/327 QC FR SMITH
MAP 50D BLK 91

05493-O000R
R-1275300 HX $260.36
KENNEDY FERRIN W
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 2
LOT 6
ORB 292/608 FR NEWSOME
ORB 373/593 QC FR NEWSOME
BLK 92 MAP 50D

05506-O000R
R-1276800 HX $570.69


CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 21 & 23 ORB 174/873 FR
DRIESBACH
MAP# 50A
BLK 1006

05831-000R
R-1326300 $1,230.88
QUINN BILLY C ET UX
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOTS 1, 2, 3, 5 & 7 ORB


BAILEY DONALD K & MARY JANE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7 ORB 147/292 FR MULLIS
MAP# 50D
BLK 93

05530-OOOR
R-1279500 $6,612.77
BALOGH ERNEST JR & GRETCHEN L
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
4 LOT 3
ORB 333/253 FR WILLIAMS
MAP 50D BLK 97

05595-OOOR
R-1287000 HX $1,091.09
SMITH CHRISTY R
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 7 LOT
3 & S/2 OF LOT 2
ORB 279/989 FR SMITH & SMITH
ORB 372/60 QC FR SMITH
BLK 110 MAP 50D

05607-008R
R-1289500 HX $791.70
BUZZETT CHARLES B & PEGGY T
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 12 ORB 135/171 FR HARPER
MAP #50D
BLK 112

05635-003R
R-1292900 HX $2,203.21
TRAHAN MATTHEW & CHRISTINA S
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 9 LOT
5&E/2OFLOT4
ORB 276/932 FR BRADLEY
ORB 376/716 FR ROWELL
BLK 116 MAP 50D

05650-O000R
R-1295100 $3,216.11
YOUNG WILLIAM N & LORI L
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 2 ORB 145/292-93 FR
BIETENHOLZ & ORB 206/1 QC FR
GAINNIE ,ORB 316/449 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05681-005R
R-1302200 HX $1,863.01
BELL DWAYNE M & CAROL
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 6 & S 1/2 OF LOT 5 ORB
143/265 FR LYLES
MAP# 50D
BLK 126

05681-360R
R-1306500 $3,859.29
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 12
LOTS 12 & 13
.ORB 296/37 FR SUMMERS
MAP 50D
BLK 129

05694-000R
R-1310500 $920.82
DUKES LENA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22
ORB 345/586 QC FR DIXON
MAP 50B BLK 1001

05717-OOR
R-1313300 $743.22
PEACOCK EMORY G & BILLY Y
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 19, 21 & 23
ORB 343/31 FR DAWSON
MAP 50A BLK 1002

05723-0OOR
R-1314100 $780.46
WILSON BEATRIC
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 32
MAP #50A
BLK 1002

05737-O000R
R-1315800 $137.67
WALLS FANNIE MAE BOUIE ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
W/2 OF LOT 28 ORB 110/793 FR
WALLS
MAP# 50B
BLK 1003

05754-000R
R-1317300 $259.15
ADDISON JANICE M
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 13 ORB 214/758 QC FR
WHIGUM
MAP #50A
BLK 1004

05791-0OOR
R-1322000 $257.35
MORNING BEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 8
MAP #50A
BLK 1006

05793-000R
R-1322200 $382.92
QUINN BILLY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 10
MAP #50A
BLK 1006

05795-000R
R-1322400 $488.11
GADSON QUINN CORA LEE EST.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
N/2 OF LOT12
MAP #50A
BLK 1006

05796-OO0R
R-1322500 $137.67
QUINN BILLY SR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S/2 OF LOT 12 ORB 211/225 FR
DIXON ET AL
MAP #50A
BLK 1006

05805-000R
R-1323400 $259.15
FENNELL ALTON & MILLIE


MADDOX SUBDIVISION TO OAK
GROVE PB 1 PG 27 LOTS 17, 18,
19, 20, 21 & 22 ORB 261/491
FR YOUNG ORB 327/199 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06131-OOOR
R-1362700 $341.44
NEEL HOWARD T
OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PG 12 LOT
5 & E/2 OF LOT 7
ORB 332/579 QC FR NEEL (LIFE E


STATE RESERVED)


75/355
MAP #49D
BLK 1008

05835-DOOR
R-1326700 HX $43.81
QUINN BILLY C
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 9
MAP #49D
BLK 1008
05853-OOOR
R-1328600 HX $167.05
FENNELL MICHAEL A & BEVERLY
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB 1 PG
33 LOTS 30 & 32
ORB 211/24 FR LEWIS
MAP #49D
BLK 1008
05860-OOOR
R-1329300 $496.37
GARLAND HOWARD SR
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB1 PG
33 LOT 12
MAP #49C
BLK 1009
05883-OOOR .
R-1332000 HX $23.92
FARMER TERRANCE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB 1 PGS
46 & 47 LOTS 20 & 22
ORB 133/950 FR JIMISON
MAP #49D
BLK 1010

05895-DOOR
R-1333200 $484.36
SIMS DANIEL
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB1 PG
33 LOT 2 ORB 175/207 FR
MOSLEY
MAP# 49C
BLK 1011

05900-000R
R-1334000 $650.78
LARRY R C & ANNIE MAE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB1 PG
33 LOT 1 ORB 75/441
MAP #490
BLK 1012

05910-001 R
R-1335000 $484.97
QUINN LENORIA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 12 LESS S 67 FT ORB
159/25 FR HURLBURT
MAP# 49D
BLK 1012

05945-000R
R-1338600 HX $82.45
BAILEY CARRIE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PB 1
PGS 46 & 47 LOT 3
MAP #50A
BLK 1016

05969-000R
R-1341000 $489.42
SIMS DAN EST C/O MARY SIMS
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 W/2 OF LOT 2
MAP #50A
BLK 1017

05987-OOOR
R-1342700 $995.84
HOGUE HENRY SR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 LOTS 23 & 25
MAP #50A
BLK 1017

06006-0OOR
R-1344600 HX $27.00
SHACKLEFORD ARCHIE JR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 LOTS 13 & 15
ORB 164/997 FR SHACKLEFORD EST
MAP #50A
BLK 1018

06018-0OOR
R-1345800 HX $34.32
THOMAS CLAUDE SR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 30 PB 1 PGS 46 & 47
MAP# 50A
BLK 1018

06027-009R
R-1347300 $366.03
JULIUS EDDIE JR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 10 PB 2 PG 53
ORB 163/203 FR JULIUS III
MAP# 50A
BLK 1020

06027-013R
R-1347700 HX $87.84
NICKSON EMMIT & TANIS
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 14 PB 2 PG 53
ORB 272/402 FR EMERALD COAST
CREDIT UNION MAP 50A
BLK 1020

06044-001 R
R-1352800 HX $1,247.78
GATHERS CHARLES A
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 6 & N. 27.5 FT LOT 8
ORB 128/817 FR SJFP ORB
314/918 QC FR GATHERS
MAP 50A BLK 1023
.27 AC OR BK-0314 PG-0918

06088-000R
R-1358900 $981.59
SEYMOUR CHARLES S
MADDOX SUBDIVISION TO OAK
GROVE PB 1 PG 27 LOTS 15 & 16
ORB 378/870 FR WHITE EAGLE
BLKA MAP51A

06090-00OR
R-1359000 $2,474.95
SEYMOUR CHARLES S


06268-285R
R-1418500 $4,439.58
NICHOLSON MICHAEL ET AL
CAPE ISLE PRESERVE PHASE I
PB5PG21 LOT 7
ORB 363/173 FR CAPE SAN BLAS
DEVELOPMENT LLC
MAP 19D

06268-755R
R-1427800 $2,722.64


STATE RESERVED)
MAP 51A BLK 2

06144-000R
R-1363900 HX $33.14
BAY WASH OF PORT ST JOE
OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PG 12
LOTS 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11
ORB 389/189 FR MC KENZIE
BLK 3 MAP 51A

06154-O000R
R-1364900 $1,347.98
CHISM LILLY L
OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PG 12
LOTS 5, 7, 9, 11 & 13
ORB 143/350 TO WALDEN &
LEAVELL (LIFE ESTATE RESERVED)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06195-000R
R-1370400 $896.55
TURNER JAMES & MARY ANN
OAK GROVE SUBD UNIT 2 PB 1 PG
39 LOT 11-
ORB 348/334 FR MATCHES
MAP 51A BLK 1
06224-035R
R-1373400 $5,420.10
BUNIAK AL A
BAY-VIEW SUBDIVISION
PB 3 PG 61 .76 AC M/L LOT1
ORB 274/168 FR ST JOE TIMBER-
LAND CO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.76 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0553

06234-O000R
R-1374300 HX $112.66
BURKETT FAYE
S 25 T 8 R 11
120 FT BAY FRONT; 327 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 2082869 TO BURKETT
ET AL (LIFE ESTATE RES)
MAP# 52A
.90 AC OR BK-0208 PG-0869

06236-135R
R-1376300 HX $660.32
FOX CHRISTOPHER J & CANDIDA M
S 25 T 8 R 11 CAPE PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4
ORB 225/50 FR FOX & 12 X 157.3
8 FT STRIP ORB 248/940 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06236-245R
R-1378000 $818.64
NICHOLS LOIS M
S 25 T 8 R 11 CAPE PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 2
ORB 370/645 FR COSTIN DEVELOP
ENT CORP
MAP 52A BLK C

06248-001R
R-1382600 $4,484.66
PEOPLE'S FIRST FINANCIAL S & L
S36 T8 R11 3.891 AC M/L THAT
PORTION OF SEC 36 LESS S'LY
3092.22 FT IN ORB 100/678 FR
TAPPER LESS SOLD & LESS IN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
3.89 AC OR BK-0176 PG-0286

06258-O000R
R-1391600 $12,054.69
AQUA 2 LLC
S25T8R11 8 CALL LOTS
80, 81 & 112 LYING W OF SR 30
GOLDEN'S PLAT (UNRECORDED)
REC'D DBK 35/594, LESS S 385
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
8.00 AC OR BK-0368 PG-0797

06259-000R
R-1391700 $682.02
LEMIEUX KAREN & KENNY
S25T8R11 .58 AC
406.17 FT ON C-30; 62.19 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 197/646 FR PICKETT
MAP# 52
.58 AC OR BK-0197 PG-0646

06266-100R
R-1396700 $5,620.06
CATAMARAN LLC
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 20 ORB 247/120 FR HULING
ORB 278/328 FR NEWMAN JR
MAP 19B

06267-005R
R-1397800 $3,898.84
WEBB JOHN C
SANDCLIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT 1
ORB 288/840 FR RHANEY JR
ORB 372/643 QC FR LESTER
ORB 372/647 FR SUNDBERG
MAP 19B

06267-103R
R-1399300 $3,083.65
MABRY JAMES M & NANCY L
CAPE SHOALS TOWNHOUSE UNIT 3
ORB 243/13 FR CORL
MAP# 18C

06267-230R
R-1400400 $3,085.45
DAVIES JENNIFER
CAPE SHOALS II TOWNHOUSES UNIT
G ORB 283/740 FR RUSS
ORB 380/412 FR SAMMONS
MAP 18C

06267-250R
R-1400800 $2,892.93
NELSON FRANK H & SHARON B
CAPE SHOALS TOWNHOUSES
UNIT 10
ORB 136/906-908 FR MURPHY
MAP# 18C

06268-015R .
R-1408800 $7,836.44
DIVERSIFIED EXECUTIVE
S7T9R11&S12T9R12
PARCEL 1B, BELCHER MINOR REPLA
T #1, 70.86 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 280/666
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.39 AC OR BK-0372 PG-0713


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PINSON RALPH E
S7T9R11
75 FT BAYFRONT; 305.81 FT AV
DEPTH OR 22/525 FR RISH
MAP# 18C

06268-945R
R-1429800 $5,031.48
TYLERS TOYS LLC
SAN DUNES SUB PB 5 PG6
LOT 9
ORB 337/621 FR PARVEY DEV CORP
& NEWMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-007R
R-1431300 $4,941.48
MONOD OLIVIER
SAN BLAS ESTATES
A 100 X 150 FT PORTION OF LOT
7 ORB 174/290 FR YIELDING
MAP# 19B
.34 AC OR BK-0174 PG-0289

06269-031R
R-1433700 $6,634.37
WESMAR INVESTMENTS LLC
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 1, CONDER,MINOR REPLAT
ORB 335/100
ORB 352/364 FR HARRELL
MAP 19B
.80 AC OR BK-0352 PG-0364

06269-041R
R-1434700 $5,031.48
WEBB JOHN C
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
21 & 22 PORTION OF LOT 43,
BEING PARCEL B; WOLFE MINOR RE
PLAT ORB 356/112
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-058R
R-1436300 $8,092.24
OLSON STEVEN
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
21 & 22 BEING LOT 2, STEPP MIN
OR REPLAT ORB 334/126
ORB 383/327 FR STEPP
MAP 19D
1.23 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0327

06269-067R
R-1436900 $5,033.28
MOYE T E JR & RICHARD SQUIRES'
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 13-C-2.35 AC LOT BEING
PARCEL 13-C2 AQUATIC LAND MINOR
R REPLAT ORB 343/979
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.52 AC OR BK-0375 PG-0828'

06269-075R
R-1437700 $4,175.12
BOONE ROBERT V & RHODA S
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 1, HARRELL MINOR REPLAT
ORB 325/29
ORB 361/53 FR HARRELL
MAP 19B
S .33 AC OR BK-0361 PG-0053

06269-314R
R-1442000 $3;172.48
PERKINS BODIES P
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD
ORB 349/243 FR PARKER.
MAP# 19B

06269-316R
R-1442200 $2,714.28
'NICHOLS FAMILY LLC
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2L-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD
ORB 359/195 CO FR NICHOLS EST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-319R
R-1442500 $71.94
BENNETT BOBBY W
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2M-2
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 143/854-56
FR ADAMS & ORB 144/359-60 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-81BR


R-1447900 $4,529.97
FORGOTTEN COAST INVESTMENT
SEAGRASS SUBDIVISION PB 5 PG 1
LOT 9 BLK A
ORB 342/713 FR GIBSON & SCHOLZ
ORB 387/246 FR NEWMAN
MAP 18C

06269-860R
R-1450000 $3,777.67
MEADOWS JONATHAN A
SEAGRASS SUBDIVISION PB 5 PG 1
LOT 5
ORB 329/233 FR SEAGRASS PROP
ORB 368/513 FR SQUIRES
BLK C MAP18C

06269-955R
R-1452800 $4,359.18
TAYLOR DENNIS J &
TURTLE DUNES PB 5 PG 7
LOT6 MAP19B
ORB 355/536 FR BOOTH HOLDINGS

06269-965R
R-1453000 $4,362.78
BURKE PAUL
TURTLE DUNES PB 5 PG 7
LOT 8
ORB 341/630 FR BOOTH HOLDINGS
BOOTH TRUST LLC
MAP 19B

06270-140R
R-1454500 $7,940.35
BENNETT DANNY M & TAMMY R
HIBISCUS SUB (HIBISCUS BEACH)
LOT 8
ORB 386/365 FR HOFER
MAP 6A
8.86 AC OR BK-0386 PG-0365

06274-011R
R-1459400 $1,771.55
YATES ROBERT J ET AL
S 14T 9 R10
LOT 11, TREASURE BAY UNREC.
ORB 136/807-808 FR TREASURE
SHORES LIMITED
MAP# 54

06274-250R
R-1465900 $4,028.43
HOOPER GARY L &ANNETTE K
TREASURE BAY LOT 10
ORB 272/878 QC FR HANNON
ORB 286/831 FR CULLEN
BLK C
MAP 54

06274-275R
R-1466400 $4,026.63
JONES CHARLES SAM III &
TREASURE BAY
LOT 15 ORB 173/739 FR BLAYLOCK
MAP# 54
BLK C

06276-020R
R-1468800 $2,774.61
EUBANKS KAY W
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B
& 24C LOT1 WALDEN MINOR REPLA
T ORB 345/588
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-049R
R-1471700 $8,162.82
WEBB JOHN & STEVEN OLSON
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B
& 24C FRACTL LOT 1 OF TRACT 49
108 FT BAY FRONT 528 FT AV
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
1.30 AC OR BK-0377 PG-0219

06276-058R
R-1472400 $8,980.03
RAIM MICHAEL E & DARLENE D
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE & BAYSI
DE LOT 8 & 9 OF TRACT 49: 190
FT BAY FRONT: 171.17 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 FR FL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.74 AC OR BK-0134 PG-0238

06277-035R
R-1475300 $1.771.97
MOTZENBECKER KENNETH C &
S12T9R11


LOT 7
ORB 339/240 FR KORAN
MAP 53 BLK VII

06287-120R
R-1477600 $8,881.42
MAC 3 LLC
JUBILATION PHASE I PB 5 PGE 11
LOT 4
ORB 362/133 FR JUBILATION LLC1
MAP 35D

06287-125R
R-1477700 $8,879.62
OCEAN MIST LLC
JUBILATION PHASE I PB 5 PGE 11
LOT 5 MAP 35D
ORB 353/292 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-150R
R-1478200 $5,029.68
MOYE T E JR &
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 10
ORB 365/606 FR JUBILATION LLC
MAP 35D

06287-165R
R-1478500 $4,528.17
MC KINNEY JOHN E & MYRA S
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 13
ORB 365/110 FR JUBILATION LLC
MAP 35D

06287-215R
R-1479500 $3,356.13
MEADOWS JONATHAN A
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 23 MAP 35D
ORB 353/305 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-295R
R-1481100 $3,356.13
MEADOWS JONATHAN A
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 39 MAP 350
ORB 353/327 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-31OR
R-1481400 $3,356.13
KERIGAN JOHN J JR
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 42 MAP 35D
ORB 357/826 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-440R
R-1484000 $4,526.37
GCI LLC
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 68 MAP 35D
ORB 357/743 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-450R
R-1484200 $3,913.37
SANBLAS INVESTMENTS LLC &
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 70 MAP 35D
ORB 357/788 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-455R
R-1484300 $4,470.63
OCEAN MIST LLC &
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 71 MAP 35D
ORB 353/18 FR JUBILATION LLC

06287-465R
R-1484500 $3,915.17
MAC 3 LLC
JUBILATION PHASE II PB 5 PG 12
LOT 73
ORB 362/133 FR JUBILATION LLC
MAP 35D

06288-565R )
R-1492100 $3,525.11
CROSS ALTON W SR
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 13 ORB 139/894-96 FR SAN
BLAS BEACH DEV. CO.
MAP# 35D

06288-640R
R-1493600 $2,421.74
ANDERSON SUSAN E
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 28
ORB 347/305 FR PATRENOS
MAP# 35D


06289-101R
R-1495600 $3,056.87
INDIAN SUMMER DEVELOPERS INC
EVENTIDE SUBDIVISION,
UNRECORDED .44 AC M/L
LOT 1 ORB 235/786 FR BRITTLE
MAP# 35D

06289-103R
R-1495800 $2,800.67
INDIAN SUMMER DEVELOPERS INC
EVENTIDE SUBDIVISION,
UNRECORDED .22 AC M/L
LOT 3 ORB 235/786 FR BRITTLE
MAP# 35D

06289-104R
R-1495900 $2,689.22
INDIAN SUMMER DEVELOPERS INC
EVENTIDE SUBDIVISION,
UNRECORDED .34AC M/L
LOT 4 ORB 235/786 FR BRITTLE
MAP# 35D

06289-105R
R-1496000 $2,800.67
INDIAN SUMMER DEVELOPERS INC
EVENTIDE SUBDIVISION,
UNRECORDED .42 AC M/L
LOT 5 ORB 235/786 FR BRITTLE
MAP# 35D

06291-01OR
R-1502700 $2,345.52
MOTZENBECKER KENNETH C &
SURFSIDE ESTATES PHASE II
PB 3 PG 47 LOT 2
ORB 220/219 FR LEE
ORB 315/170 FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06291-225R
R-1507000 $3,469.37
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM GREEN
SURFSIDE ESTATES PHASE II
PB 3 PG 47 LOT 45
ORB 231/339 FR LEE
MAP 350

06297-190R
R-1516200 $6,788.63
CAPE SAN BLAS LLC
PINEY WOODS BEACH REPLAT
PB 5 PG 46 LOT 7
ORB 351/68 FR CAPE SAN BLAS LL
C
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.93 AC OR BK-0392 PG-0404

06297-235R .
R-1516700 $2,245.21
PARVEY RICHARD
PNEY WOODS BEACH REPLAT
PB 5 PGE 46 LOT 5 BLK 3
ORB 388/140 FR CAPE SAN
BLAS LLC
MAP 35D

06297-270R
R-1517400 $2,245.21
PARVEY DEVELOPMENT INC
PNEY WOODS BEACH REPLAT
PB 5 PGE 46 LOT 12
ORB 382/211 FR CAPE SAN BLAS
LLC
BLK 3 MAP 35D

06297-290R
R-1517800 $2,245.21
WILLIAMS ROY 0 & DEBORAH H
PNEY WOODS BEACH REPLAT
PB 5 PGE 46 LOT 16
ORB 379/940 FR CAPE SAN BLAS
LLC
BLK 3 MAP 35D

05310-00OR
R-1520800 $118.31
SEASHORE LAND & DEV CO INC
S 23 T9 R 11 22.7 AC M/L
A PORTION OF PARCEL I BEING
22.7 AC SUBMERGED LAND ORB
173/361 FR SNYDER
MAP# 54C
22.70 AC OR BK-0173,PG-0361

06316-205R
R-1533800 $2,012.28
PIERGIOVANNI DENNIS W
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 21
ORB 342/127 FR PIERGIOVANNI ET
AL
MAP 54C

06316-21OR
R-1533900 $2,010.48
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 22
ORB 290/287 QC FR CSB OF N FL
MAP 54C

06316-215R
R-1534000 $3,335.88
PELT MITCHELL & KIM
S 23 T 9 R 11 LOT 23 PB 4 PG8
WATER'S EDGE SUBDIVISION
ORB 291/329 FR PIERGIOVANNI ET
AL MAP 54C

06316-220R
R-1534100 $2,010.48
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG8 LOT 24
ORB 290/287 QC FR CSB OF N FL
MAP 54C

06316-230R
R-1534300 $2,010.48
RIZZO GARY A & LINDA M
S23T9R11 LOT26
WATER'S EDGE SUB PB 4 PG 8
ORB 344/720 FR CLAYTON
MAP 54C

06316-260R
R-1534900 $2,010.48
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
S23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 32
ORB 290/287 QC FR CSB OF N FL
MAP 54C


06316-290R
R-1535500 $2,490.40
PIERGIOVANNI DALE A & DALE E
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 38
ORB 340/896 FR PIERGIOVANNI ET
AL
MAP 54C

06316-300R
R-1535700 $2,488.60


PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 40
ORB 290/287 QC FR CSB OF N FL
MAP 54C

06316-305R
R-1535800 $2,488.60
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
S 23 T 9 R 11 WATER'S EDGE SUB
PB 4 PG 8 LOT 41
ORB 290/287 QC FR PIERGIOVANNI
MAP 54C

06317-070R
R-1537300 $3,759.12
FLOWERS KIMBERLY & CHERYL
S 23 T 9 R 11 LOT 1 MARNIE'S
RESERVE SUBDIVISION PB 3 PG 65
ORB 350/211 QC FR FLOWERS
MAP 54C
.63 AC OR BK-0350 PG-0211

06319-01OR
R-1539200 $2,321.44
BACHMAN STEPHEN
S23T9 R 11 MARNIE ISLAND
PRESERVE PB 4 PG 23 LOT 2
ORB 338/367 FR GOLDMAN CORP
MAP 54C BLK A

06319-035R
R-1539700 $2,323.24
GOLDMAN BILL & MARIAN CORP
S23T9 R 11 MARNIE ISLAND
PRESERVE PB 4 PG 23
LOT 7
BLK A
MAP 54C

06321-615R
R-1547800 $8,113.62
PARVEY RICHARD
GULF PINES 1ST ADDITION LOT
24
ORB 342/484 FR COMERFORD
ORB 392/857 FR PARVEY
BLK A MAP 54D

06321-665R
R-1548700 $9,167.25
HOOPER GARY L & ANNETTE K
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT
34 ORB 256/964 FR SPECIALTY
BINDING SERVICES, INC.
MAP# 54D
BLK A

06345-076R
R-1556800 $5,492.86
PIERGIOVANNI DALE & GERALDINE
S36T8R12 .25AC M/L
100.04 X 110 FT PARCEL ON SR
30E ORB 237/879 FR SUMMERS
IMAP# 5D
.25 AC OR BK-0237 PG-0879

06345-369R
R-1567700 $1,130.71
FULMER PRESTON JR
BARRIER DUNES
LOT16
ORB 362/848 FR SARS HOLDINGS
LLC ORB 366/275 QC FR WIBBERG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06345-464R
R-1570200 $2.746.34
SIMMONS JOHN H & M FAYE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 164
ORB 233/946 FR COLLMAN
MAP# 5A

06345-555R
R-1573500 $2,971.61
MONOD OLIVER D
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 55
ORB 237/686 FR BARRIER DUNES
DEV. CORP.
MAP# 5A

06345-556R
R-1573600 $2.971.61
MONOD OLIVER D
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 56
PRB 237/686 FR BARRIER DUNES'
DEVELOPMENT CORP.
MAP# 5A

06345-564R
R-1574200 $2,969.81
COOPER THOMAS R & PAMELA L
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 64
ORB 258/655 FR HENRY HOLDINGS
OF TALLAHASSEE MAP# 5A

06345-620R
R-1577600 $5.178.17
HUGHES ELISABETH M
S25T8R12 .41ACM/L
BEING TRACT C-1, SECLUDED
DUNES SUB ORB 310/432 FR
RISH (TRUSTEE)
MAP 5A
.41 AC OR BK-0310 PG-0432

06345-945R
R-1589200 $12,656.51
CONROY STEPHEN L & MARY A
S 25 T 8 R 12 .83ACM/L
105.15 FT GULF FRONT; 400.78
FT AV DEPTH
ORB 332/819 CW FR CHASTAIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.96 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0130

06346-110R
R-1594200 HX $2,203.81
HUGHES ELISABETH M
BARRIER DUNES, A&E PLAT
UNIT 110
ORB 296/674 FR A&E DEVELOPMENT
MAP 5A

06346-41 0R
R-1599500 $3,526.91
FLOWERS RONNY S
PARK POINT AT SECLUDED DUNES
PB 4 PG 39
LOT 22
ORB 345/347 CW FR PARK POINT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06346-685R


R-1603400 $10.849.21
CANNON FRANK D
SUNSET POINTE DEVELOPMENT LLC
LOT 17
ORB 368/871 FR SUNSET POINTE
DEVELOPMENT LLC
BLK A

06346-790R
R-1605500 $3,376.44
WANNEMACHER DAN & LINDA
SUNSET POINTE DEVELOPMENT LLC


LOT 14
ORB 338/749 FR SUNSET POINTE
DEVELOPMENT LLC
MAP 5A BLK B

06349-020R
R-1610400 HX $2,322.55
PIERGIOVANNI DALE & LISA
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 TRACT 2 LESS ORB 111/120
FR ROCKHOLD LESS ORB 142/827
TO DEAN & DARLA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-024R
R-1610800 $2,523.85
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 A 96.35 X 168.81 PORT 0
F TRACT 2 ORB 391/93 FR PIERG
IOVANNI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-025R
R-1610900 $2,562.37
PIERGIOVANNI DALE & LISA
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 A 96.35 X 168.05 PORT 0
F TRACT 2 ORB 391/91-93 TO
PIERGIOVANNI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-027R
R-1611000 $3,441.05
PIERGIOVANNI DALE ET AL
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 A 90.75 X 168.85 PORT 0
F TRACT 2 ORB 391/91 FR PIERG
IOVANNI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-080R
R-1613200 $2,020.52
PIERGIOVANNI DALE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD.
TRACT 1 PIERGIOVANNI MINOR REP
LAT ORB 382/217
MAP# 5D

06349-099R
R-1614300 $3,274.70
PIERGIOVANNI DALE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD.
TRACT 2 PIERGIOVANNI MINOR REP
LAT ORB 382/217
MAP# 5D

06349-254R
R-1616000 $2,989.05
PIERGIOVANNI DALE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG11 LOT 4 OF TRACT 5
ORB 363/830 FR WARREN
MAP# 5D

06349-255R
R-1616100 HX $670.10
HUTCHESON DAN N
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 5 OF TRACT 5
ORB 214/680 FR MCKNIGHT
MAP# 5D

06351-004R
R-1617400 $10,579.22
TREM'SEASIDE PROJECTS LLC
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 5
ORB 85/357
ORB 360/168 FR HOFER
MAP 6A BLKA .

06351-005R
R-1617500 $10,044.97
TREM SEASIDE PROJECTS LLC.-=-
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 6
ORB 102/873 FR LAMONTE
ORB 360/168 FR HOFER
MAP 6A BLK A

06351-006R
R-1617600 $12,555.06
VEDDER R SCOTT ET AL
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 7
ORB 87/285 & ORB 101/1044 FR
CAPE SAN BLAS PARTNERSHIP LTD
ORB 375/808 FR C SYSTEMS LLC
BLK A MAP# 6A

06351-033R
R-1620000 $7,265.15
SHANNON HOPE W
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 9
ORB 215/60 FR BOYD
ORB 314/675 FR WARD
MAP 6A BLK B

06351-037R
R-1620400 $8,042.25
BOCAT INC
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT
13
ORB 360/318 FR CLEAR
MAP 6A BLK B

06351-061R
R-1622700 $2,928.24
FERRIS SYBIL G &
CAPE BREEZES BEING LOT 61 OF
AN UNRECORDED SUBD OF LOT 1
BLK B ORB 240/217 FR CAPE SAN
BLAS PARTNERSHIP
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06358-021R
R-1625400 $5,759.19
MEADOWS JONATHAN A & COURTNEY
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT 1
PB2 PG50 LOT 51, 52 & N/2 53
ORB 265/229 FR THOMPSON ORB
319/68 FR TAYLOR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06364-000R
R-1626900 $7,942.66
PENLAND JERRY F ET AL
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT NO.
1 PB 2 PG 50 LOT 4, 5 S/2 OF 6
(62.5 FT GULF FRONT)
ORB 363/539 FR PITTARD (INTERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06370-21 0R
R-1630900 $2,494.13
KERIGAN JOHN J JR & SHARLYN


OVATION SUBDIVISION PB 5 PG 56
LOT 22
ORB 390/495 FR BEACH TO BAY
MAP 5D

06370-225R
R-1631200 $2,494.13
SOUTHERN WATER PROPERTIES LLC
OVATION SUBDIVISION PB 5 PG 56
LOT 25
ORB 389/444 FR BEACH TO BAY
MAP 5D


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Established 7937 Serving Gulf county and surrounding areas for 68 years


8 Tax Roll The Star, Port St. Joe, FL Thursday, May 11, 18, 25, 2006