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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1985
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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SUSPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR. NUMBER 39


THE STAR

Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985


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250 Per Copy


County Balks at Giving Franchise



Reluctant to Give Permission for Placing Pipes In Right-of- Way


The Gulf County Commission continues to a group of
hold Gulf Coast Utilities, Inc., at arqns' length in area with
its attempt to gain a water and sewer franchise years. Thi
in south Gulf County, along the beaches area. past sevei
Two weeks ago, the Board tabled a request estate de
by local attorney Pat Floyd, acting in behalf of present
Gulf Coast Utilities, to grant an exclusive sewer recently b
franchise and a non-exclusive water franchise. by Langdi
The request was later amended to ask for a Ford of A
non-exclusive water and sewer franchise. Elizabeth
Floyd says the firm he represents plans to do stated his
some extensive development in the Peninsula himself fr
. and Cape San Bias areas and plans to include a and Floyc
sewage system and disposal plant and a treated Tuesd
water system in its plans. "Since we are building bring to t
for our own use, it won't take much more to said since
furnish the entire area with the same system. allowing d
Lighthouse Utilities, recently purchased by sewer sys



Day of Sunshine,
a : ns we,


All day Saturday, it will be
"Sunshine Homecoming" in
Port St. Joe and the Mer-
chant's Association has plan-
ned a big day outside, on
Reid Avenue, to allow every-
one to join in welcoming the
summer season.
Reid Avenue will be turned
into a giant mall all day long
Saturday, from Fifth Street
to Second Street.
The sale will also be


unusual in that private in-
dividuals have been asked to
bring their "yard sale" and
"garage sale" operations to
the street and join in with the
merchant's big push for a
day .of festivities and shop-
ping.
"We want to make the day
as informal and casual as
possible and still offer a
chance for people to sell what
they have and merchants to


f investors, has served a portion of the
a central water system for several
e system was built and operated for the
ral years by Stubbs and Hannon, a real
velopment firm of Tallahassee. The
water system was purchased just
by Lighthouse Utilities, which is owned
on Flowers of Thomasville, Ga., Mike
tlanta, Ga., William J. Rish and Mrs.
Thompson of Port St. Joe. Rish has
s interest to the Board and excused
*om any dealings between the Board
d.
ay, Floyd had a different request to
he County Commission. The attorney
t the county has gone on record as
developers to put in their own water and
teins, the firm he represents is. now


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requesting permission to place piping in the
county road right of way and cross county roads,
with their pipes, .to serve only their own
developments. In effect, Floyd was asking for
permission to put in a private system.
The attorney explained the firm was trying
to get permission to use the right of way before
approaching State and federal agencies for
permits. "It costs a lot of money to secure these
permits and the firm wants to know if they have
permission to use these rights of way before they
go to the expense of seeking permits".
Floyd pointed out that the building inspector,
Dewayne Manuel would normally handle such
requests but that Manuel had suggested he bring
his request before the Board since it was some
different from a usual request.
(Continued on Page 3)


Homecoming Saturday
a little business, 'also", community. The festival at- sphere. In between the pr
ayne Taylor, president of mosphere helped to make the vate spaces, merchants w
Merchant's Association event a success," Taylor have their wares on display
id. Taylor pointed out the said. allowing customers
y is being planned around The entire length of Reid (ContinUed on Page 3)
flea market concept with Avenue is being blocked off
merchants and private in- to vehicle traffic from Fifth *
viduals offering bargains to Second Street all day long, .D Slu neSS
d unusual deals all day with the normal parking
ig. "The concept was well space being allocated: to Chang es
cepted last year. People private individuals to offer
ed the idea, and the day their unwanted items in a w ner ship
0vided enjoyment for the garage sale type atmo- ners


15-Year-Old Girl Shot


Charged with AttemptedMurder


A 15-year-old girl was shot in the'
',face with a .38 caliber pistol Tuesday
..- -night and her. grandfather. is being-
. held on anrattempted murder charge
in the Gulf County Jail, according to
Sheriff Al Harrison and Port St. Joe-
:Police Chief, Robert Maige.
The girl, Lisa Davis, 15, was shot
in the jaw with the pistol. The bullet
lodged against the spine and'did not
come out, according to Sheriff Harri-
son. Charged with allegedly shooting


the girl is her grandfather, John Joe Police Department was the first to
Henry Davis, 63. .answer the call about the shooting, but
The shooting happened at- the- --Gulf County Sheriff's Department arid
Davis home at the corner of Avenue B State's attorney's officers have been *
and Battle Street. called in on the investigation. '
According to Sheriff Harrison,, 'Sheriff Harrison said Davis was
Davis said' he had instructed his still in jail Wednesday morning and
granddaughter not to come in his investigation of the shooting was
room. The girl reportedly went into continuing.
his room early Tuesday night, and In the meantime, the victim is in a
was shot.. Panama City hospital in serious
Sgt. Durwood Smith of the Port St. condition.


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to


One of Port St. Joe's oldest
businesses changed hands
this past'week.
L. B. Johnson, president of
Danley Furniture Company,
Inc., announced this week
that all the assets of the firm
and its subsidiaries, will be
sold to Kimbrell's, Inc., of
4bama. Curtis Kimbrell is
president of the Kimbrell,
firm. Johnsop said the sale,
would be fiqal tomorrow,
Friday, May 31. .
The transaction has. taken
many months of negotiations
but Johnson and Kimbrell
'gree that the transaction
should go very smoothly on
the'closing date. Neither of
i.- (Continued on Page 3)


Thomas, Edward Vandevender be-
came Gulf County's first traffic fatality
of 1985 when this' pick-up truck turned'
over Saturday night on Sauls Creek


Road. Three other young men were
injured in the accident, when they were
all thrown from the truck as it flipped
over. -Star photo


First Death

Thomas Edward Vandevender Killed In


Accident Saturday;
Thomas Edward Vandevender, a
24-year-old White City man, became Gulf
county's first traffic fatality of the year
and its only Memorial Day week end
casualty Saturday night when he was
involved in an accident on Sauls' Creek
Road.
The accident, which happened at
approximately 11:30 p.m. Saturday, also
injured three other young men.
Port St. Joe unit of the Gulf County
Ambulance Squad gave immediate treat-
ment and rushed Vandevender to the
hospital. He died about three hours 4fter
* the accident.


Year's First Death
Also injured were Tommy Craft,
Wayne Layfield and Michael Kilbourn.
Kilbourn suffered a broken leg, which
was the most serious injury other than
Vandevender's.
According to investigating officers,
the pick-up truck in which the four were
riding,, flipped over on the four young
men when it skidded in loose sand.
The accident was investigated by the
Panama City- office of the Florida
Highway Patrol and Gulf County She-
riff's Deputy Arnold Tolliver.
No charges were filed in the
accident.


f W WIW9L mlur
Graduating Seniors turn to face the audience as they are introduced by Principal
Edwin Williams as the class of 1985 at exercises Monday night in the R. Marion Craig



Awards, Diplomas

Superintendent of Schools Walter Wilder presented Thomas and Paula Ward.
diplomas to 111 graduating seniors.Monday night, assisted Dr. Robert King pre,
in his duties by Principal Edwin Williams and assistant given by the Gulf Coast B
principals Chris Earley and Catherine Ramsey. Class Thomas, Angela Lewis, M
members chose Martha Sanborn, veteran teacher at the land and Steve Kerigan. Ki
school, to take part jn the diploma awarding process. to Annette Minger, Hope
Angela Barbee, who had the highest grade point Angela Barbee.
average of any of the 111 graduating seniors, had her name Seven awards were p
called more than any of her classmates when it came to Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club.
passing out awards and scholarships at graduation a $500 college scholarship
exercises Monday night. Miss Barbee won the $500 cash the Junior Miss of.Gulf Cou
award presented by George Tapper for her highest grade science award to Kris Co
point average, plus a scholarship to Gulf Coast Community Barbee, an english award
College, In addition, she received the social studies award, awatd to Hope Lane. Social
the math award and the english award presented by the to Kris Cozart and Angel
Kiwanis Club and a $500 scholarship presented by the Gulf Eddie Creamer, repress
Coast College board of directors. club, presented a $500 sch
Several other seniors received a number of awards Lucille Pierce, present
ranging from a four-year, $6,000 a year scholarship to ships to LaCora Williams
Eckerd College to a loving cup. Letha Dawn Rice v
John Miller, president of the Rotary Club, presented principal Chris Earley as th
awards for outstanding student achievement to Hope Lane scholarship for four years,
and Chris Butts. The W. R. (Billy) Tapper scholarship four years.
awards were presented by Harry Lee Smith to Terry The George G. Tapper


Coliseum. An almost capacity crowd was on hand to witness the presentation of diplomas
and awards ceremony. -Star photo



, Presented Seniors


rented five $200 scholarships
Board of Directors to Demetre
itchel Bouington, Tim McFar-
ng presented $500 scholarships
Lane, Michelle Fenton and
presented by Al Ray for the
The club presented Paula Ward
as her prize for being selected
unty. The club also presented a
zart, a math award to Angel
to Angel Barbee and a history
studies awards were presented
Barbee.
renting the Port St. Joe Lions
olarship to Kris Cozart.
nted the cosmetology scholar-
and Sylinda Jones.
was announced by assistant
ie winner of the Eckerd College
worth a total of $24,000 over the
r achievement award went to


Angela Barbee who received a cash award of $500 and a
scholarship to Gulf Coast College.
In presenting the Senior Class for their diplomas,
(Continued on Page 3)


Wewa Graduates
Awards presented at the Wewahitchka High School
graduation exercises Sunday afternoon were presented by
Jerry Kelly, Principal, Mrs. Estella Parramore of the
Woman's Club and Mrs. Eddie Bell White, Gulf Coast
Academy of Cosmetology.
In academic accomplishments, Tammy Beasley
received the mathematics award. Tina Kemp was named
as the winner of the art award. Christy Long was
recognized for her accomplishments in business education.
Cindy Davis was presented an award for her accotnplfsh-
ments in Spanish. Perry McDonald and Gary Cox received
recognition in visual arts. Kim Hammond received the life
science award. Brian Cox and Chris Dean were the Phi
Delta Kappa award winners.
In auto mechanics, awards went to Ed Baxley, Brian


Angela Barbee, top award winner and graduating
senior with the highest grade point average in four years of
high school, clutches some of the awards presented her
Monday night. -Star photo
Cox, Ken Hall and Gary Whitfield. Certificates of
occupational competency were presented to Ed Baxley,
Brian Cox, Gary Whitfield, Ken Hall, David McDaniel,
Roddy Hamm and Bobby Shipman.
Scholarships were presented to Alicia Arthur and
Cindy Stewart Ake. Angie Dykes was presented three
scholarships.
The graduation program was presented by David
McDaniel, class president; Gloria Redd; Arvelia Gay,
class treasurer; Angie Dykes, class secretary and Chris
Dean.
Diplomas were presented by Walter Wilder, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction.


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985


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Kesley Colbert's Country Column


S- How Mad Are We?
My freshman year in col- ball games are necessarily one more
r I I r y lege I took my report card related. Well, thi
home and showed it to my Most of the time you get V.F.W. h


Let a Russian defect, and he is
labeled a patriot for freedom by us
here in the United States. We roll
out the red carpet and treat him or
her royally. We wonder at. his
bravery which causes him to
leave home and family and come to
a new land with a different way of
life.
During the interim the defector
is expected to give our nation some
secret information about his for-
mer native land, giving our mili-
tary some information they were
not privy to before. Again, we
marvel at the defectors' heroism in
finally coming over to the right
side.
Last week, the FBI arrested a
retired navy communications spe-
cialist and his son, who happened to
still be in the Navy, serving as a
seaman aboard the aircraft carrier
"Nimitz".
We don't hardly know how the
Soviets felt about these two Ameri-
cans who had decided to defect
from the loyalty to their native land
and embrace the tenants of another
country. They have no doubt
alienated themselves from their
family by this time and .have
effectively divorced themselves


from being an upright citizen of the
United States of America.
We wonder how they are
considered in the Soviet Union. Are
they considered as heroes to the
Soviet cause? Are they considered
as "thinking" men who have
finally embraced the "right side"?
Would.they be welcomed and even
given preferred status in the Soviet
Union if they could get there?
We wonder if it is easier on a
person to be caught as a traitor in
his own land than it is to defect to
another land and have his native
country learn he has denounced it?
One thing which makes the two
hypothetical cases different is that
the defector usually defects be-
cause he can no longer tolerate the
system under which he has been
living.
In the case of the two caught
last week and charged with espion-
age, the suspected reason for the
act was money. The FBI agent in
charge of the investigation said,
"we believe the father's reason for
doing this was for financial gain".
.How could a person need
money bad enough to endanger his
own country?


Dad. I made tour F's and one
D. My Dad looked at my
grades for a minute or two
and then looked up at me and
said, "I see what your pro-
blem is son, you've been con-
centrating too much on this
one subject you made the D
in. Maybe the Atlanta
Braves are concentrating
too much on one subject.
They talk about how mad
they are -- but I don't think
being mad and winning base-


mad in a baseball game and
you'll hurt your chances of
doing good. I learned this
years ago in a little league
game. My team was a'win-
ning by one run-I think the
score was 15 to 14 but I'm not
sure it's been eight or 20 or
30 years or so ago so my
memory is a little clouded,
but I do remember well what
happened in the last inning.
We had two outs on the
V.F.W. and nobody on base-


out and we win.
e batter for the
hits a ground ball
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ngiht at our second base-
man-it went right through
his legs and the V.F.W.'s got
a man on first. Larry
Townes is pitching for us and
he gets mad at our second
baseman. He starts yelling
at him, something like "If
you'd caught the ball, the
game would be over."
I kind'a felt sorry for
Deake Rivers, our second
baseman, cause he hadn't
caught too many ground


balls all year, so I'm not sure
anyone expected him to
catch this one except, of
course, Larry. Then I got to
thinking, why was Larry so
upset-I mean the V.F.W.
had already scored 14 runs,
so Larry wasn't exactly
turning in a Sandy Koufax
type pitching performance.
As a matter of. fact, he
wasn't even turning in a.
Rick Camp type pitching
performance.
Guess where the next guy
hits the ball? Right through
Deake's legs. Now the
V.F.W.'s got men on first
and third but we are still
ahead by one; but that
doesn't last long. I thought
Larry was a'going to take a
bite out of that ball-instead
of pitching to the next batter,


Not by Accident


The City of Port St. Joe isn't
financially independent. Given
some slip-shod management for a
while and the City could go broke.
With a few more years such as the
City has had over the past two
years, with unexpected sizeable
expenditures forced on it, arid the
City could suffer from the shorts if
-there isn't some continued frugal
management.
In spite of this, and considering
the fact the City isn't independently
wealthy, it is still in pretty good
shape. It didn't get in that condition
by accident, n6r will it be any acci-
dent if it continues in the solvent
condition our people have come to
expect over the past 10 or 15 years.
Such solvency wasn't always
so. We are still not immune to
.financial problems.
What brought this on is the
matter which came before the City
Commission last Tuesday night.
When Fire Chief Mark Collier
advised the Commission the City
was in need of a new fire truck to
maintain its fire insurance rating


and protection level, such informa-
tion would have most cities the size
of Port St. Joe scratching its head,
searching the ledgers, trying to dig
out grants or any number of
financial problem solving at-
tempts.
A fire truck isn't a small
expenditure. As a matter of fact,
for a city the size of Port St. Joe,
with no help probable from any
other source, a new fire truck
purchase is a considerable expen-
diture.
As a matter of fact, we are
probably looking at a minimum of
$80,000 for a new fire pumper which
would serve the fire protection
needs of the city.
Port St. Joe has the money in
the bank to buy the truck. Not
many small cities can make that
statement. The money is there
because of a funded depreciation
account which is there for the
purpose of preventing such a
financial shock as the purchase of
a.new fire truck in any one given
year would cause.


COLBERT
he turns and rolls the ball
very slowly toward ole
Deake at second and yells,
"See if you can stop this
one". It rolls right through
Deake's legs and the tying
run scores and the winning
run moves to second. The
next guy up hit Larry's first
pitch like a shot out of a can-
non off the top of the right
center field fence. The ball
game is over. As we're walk-
ing off the field I. heard
Deake tell Larry, "You real-
ly had 'em popping up
today." I think we were con-
centrating on being mad at
each other and not on win-
ning.
I hope the Braves are not
mad at each other. I would
like to think that they're not
mad at all, but when guys
get on T.V. and break bats
and bite baseballs and say
"We're really mad", it
makes you wonder. Why
don't. they get on T.V. and
say "We're going to try to
win all our games this year."
I kind'a got mad, myself,
Sunday. I watched the game
against the Pirates until the
eighth inning. The Pirates
are leading 3-0 and my boys
want to go down to the little
league park and play some
ball. I figure I might as well
do something constructive
'cause the Braves have lost
another one. I 'get home a
couple of hours later and
learn that the Braves had
won. Son-of-a-gun, the
Braves finally win a game in
the month of May and I miss-
ed it.
Now, I don't know much
about baseball, and I sure
don't know why the Braves
are practically 0 for May. If
Jack Armstrong in center
field can't figure it out then
I'm sure I can't shed any
light on it either. But I will
pass on to you this observa-
tion-several years ago the
Braves were kind'a drifting,
couldn't get the key hit and
seemed to lack quiet, consis-
tent leadership from some-
one who knows how to win.
They traded for Chris Cham-
bliss and presto, they start
winning consistently. They
finish first in the division one
year and second a couple of
times and they always field-
ed a creditable team. About
a month ago they benched
Chris Chambliss. About a
month ago they began their
skid. Could be just coinci-
dence but I've never seen
Mr. Chambliss break a bat
or take a bite out of a base-
ball. I think he just tries to
win.
I Respectfully,
Kesley


Everyone Prefers Their Children to Arrive One at A Time; Not In Bunches


ALMOST EVERYONE loves chil-
dren especially little children.
There's just something about a child
from the age of first day of birth to,
say,.six or seven, which makes a child
especially appealing to adults. .
The same thing goes for puppies
and kittens. If puppies stayed puppies
and kittens were always kittens, you
couldn't supply the demand.
If baby easter chicks or small
rabbits were always that size, that
cute and that fuzzy, the demand would
be far more than the availability.
A few weeks back, I went to see
Frenchie's brother up near Macon. He
has a miniature golf course on his
property and one of the holes on that
course featured a small pond with
some cute yellow, fuzzy little ducks
paddling merrily around in the pond.
One day those cute, yellow, fuzzy
baby ducks will be large ducks and
they will fill the pond with mud, debris
and duck droppings.
They. won't stay cute and small
forever.
Babies, too, have a way of
growing up into people-people who


have problems; who get into trouble,
and who cause all of us anxieties .
especially for parents.
I HAVE ANOTHER brother-in-


never had kids before, or else the.
human race would not cover the earth
this day. If parents had prior
experience 'in raising kids, they
wouldn't be so anxious to start.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By: W


law who, along with his wife, had six
children. What he threatened to do if
his wife had another child was drastic.
He loved children too. He gets. along
fine with his kids. Most of his kids
turned out to suit him, but he will tell
you right quick there were days he
would have sent them back if he could
find a way to do it.
All of us have been there.
It's a good thing parents have


those young people who don't want
momma and daddy interfering with
any part of their lives except the bill
paying part.
-L -L -I- -


esley R. Ramsey


I used to think the only thing God
did wrong in his creation was to
entrust the rearing of kids to
amateurs. The more I think of it, I
realize only amateurs would take the
job.
I guess it's a good thing small kids
are so cuddly and lovable. It serves to
cushion parents for what lies ahead
when that cute, cuddly kid grows up
into a rebelious teen-ager or one of


I DON'T KNOW which of my kids
I would send back if I had the
opportunity to do so. Each fills a
certain need. Of course, I didn't have
that need before they came along, but
after they got here, there was the
need.
Most of my kids were considerate.
They weren't born on Wednesday.
That's so with all but one of them, who
insisted on coming one Wednesday


afternoon.
Frenchie still fusses at me for
taking her by the hospital and
dropping her off, while I went on to the
newspaper office to get the paper out.
I warned her.

WITH ALL OUR experience in
having children, I am more than
satisfied that our children came along
one at a time rather than in a litter
like they did for the Frustaci family
out in Orange, California. You have
read about their having seven chil-
dren at one time last week. One of the
children was stillborn; another died a
couple of days later. There are now
five babies, a tired momma and an
astonished father.
The doctor spent the next week
giving hourly news bulletins on their
progress.
As this is being written, the five
little babies have been given a 50-50
chance for survival. They have spent
more time on television since their
birth than the Atlanta Braves. Even
their mother had to see them for the
first time on TV, which must have


been a pretty frightening experience.
What I saw of them on TV wasn't very
soft, cuddly and cute. As a matter of
fact, it was a pretty frightening sight.
I don't know what I would have
done, had our babies arrived in a
litter of seven like the Frustaci babies
did. If this had happened to my
brother-in-law who made the threat,
I am fearful he would have gone
ahead and slammed that window
sash.
I'm sure Mr. Frustaci is looking
for the income from endorsements to
begin to help defray some of the costs
involved with having so many babies
at a time. It'll probably take it all.
The news release said just the
hospital bill for such a multiple birth
is out of this world. It didn't say, but it
must have been more than seven
times the charge for a single birth.
I'm looking on down the road,
though. I'm wondering what is going
to happen when the remaining five
teen-agers come in some evening and
all want the car the same day.
The cuteness, the cuddly-ness, the
softness will all be forgotten.


Tides
The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. High and
low tides for each day of the
upcoming week are listed in
their respective columns.


May 30
May 31
June 1
June 2
June 3
June 4
June 5
June 6


High Low
7:59 a.m. 5:27 p.m.
7:57 a.m. 6:06 p.m.
8:21 a.m. 6:59 p.m.
9:08a.m. 7:51p.m. '
9:50 a.m. 8:45 p.m.
10:41a.m. 9:42 p.m.
11:32 a.m. 10:38 p.m.
12:21 p.m. 11:24 p.m.


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Commission Balks (Continued from Page 1)


Manuel told the Board, "It's just not the way
we have done things in the past, so I referred the
request to you. I have not denied the permit".
"We just want to know if we can put the pipes
in before we begin applying for agency permits."
Commissioner Doug Birmingham made a
motion-to allow the permits "within the confines
of their own development. I'm willing for them to
operate their own system".
The phrasing of Birmingham's motion
started a discussion which ended up with Floyd*
being referred to a committee of volunteers
which is exploring ways tfo bring sewer to the
south Gulf county beach area.
Manuel pointed out that the firm Floyd
represents owns land and is planning develop-
ments from the State Park on St. Joseph
Peninsula to Indian Pass. As a consequence,
Manuel pointed out that giving them a permit
would allow them to place pipes along county
roads from one end of the developing beach
property to the other.
This revelation changed Birmingham's
attitude toward the requests, causing him to
rescind his motion .
Acting chairman Billy Branch then recom-
mended that Floyd meet with the county
committee before the next meeting and make his
presentation to them. "They are volunteering'
their time to do this and are interested only in
bringing adequate sewer and water to the area.

Saturday (Continued
Saturday onti e


browse all over the street and
1) sidewalk and take their time
shopping and visiting.
On vacant lots in the same
vicinity, civic groups and
church groups will have food
booths set up to sell sand-
wiches, hot- dogs,.-hambur-
gers, ice cream, cold drinks
and other types of refresh-
ments.
Other booths will feature
arts, crafts and other hand-
made trinkets.


We feel they will make a good recommendation
to this board after they hear your proposition".
In defense of his request, Floyd pointed out
that adequate water supplies cannot be found on
the Peninsula. "To get adequate water, one must
come to the mainland to drill a well. This makes
it necessary to run a supply pipe to the
Peninsula. There is no other choice. We must use
the county right of way-.to do so."'
Floyd said he would have to confer with his
clients before he could say whether or not they
would meet with the county committee to discuss
their request.
RAP CONTRACTOR
The Commission came down hard on HLH
Contractors of Tallahassee for cutting a paved
bounty road without permission.
Building Inspector, Dewayne Manuel had
given an order shutting down their job of placing
utilities for a development near the state park by
Langdon Flowers, without first obtaining a
permit to do so.
Bob Scott, a foreman on the job apologized to
the Board for cutting the road. "It was just a lack
of communications between our machine
operator and the one who told him what to do.
We'll be glad to repair the road ii any way you
require". Scott said he was sorry the incident
happened and said the county inspector had been
very cooperative with his firm in the past.
Manuel said that one cut in the road was


from Page 1)


Taylor said response to the
private sale spots has been
"tremendous". He pointed
out that even with the good
response, there is still some
space left and they may be
obtained by sending a check
for $10.00 to the Merchants,
Association at P.O. Box 278 to
reserve a space. "This isn't a
money maker for the mer-
chants", Taylor pointed out.
"We have gone to some
trouble and expense arrang-


Gr ads (Continued from Page 1)
principal Edwin Williams remarked, "The older genera-
tion wasn't entirely useless. They have given you a better
world than they found when they became adults. It's now
your responsibility to do the same for the next generation if
you can." o
Superintendent of Schools reminded the Seniors they
weren't coming from a school which had no record. "Port
St. Joe High School graduates have made their mark in the
world. They may have come from a small town and a small
-school,. but their accomplishments were large."
Wilder then went on to;point out that Port St. Joe High
School graduates had become-advisers to presidents in the
White House, captains of industry, doctors, lawyers,
,. leaders in government on every level, scientists, teachers,
etc.""-
Honor graduates in charge of the graduation program
were Julie Allen, Letha Rice, Jim Norton, Annette Minger,
Paula Ward, Hope Lane, Angel Barbee, Durey Cadwell,
Trina Roberts and Michelle Fenton.


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feel the charge is only fair to
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Changes
(Continued from Page 1)
the men expect any notice-
able change in the operation
of Danley Furniture Com-
pany at the retail level at this
time. The retail outlets of the
furniture chain will continue
to operate under the familiar
Danley name.
The transaction involved
the sale0of 18 retail stores, the
general office and warehouse
complex and 11 real estate
locations. Kimbrell states
that he expects to maintain
company image with exten-
sive growth and services.
The Port St. Joe Danley
store has been in operation
since 1937 when the late
Horace Danley, founder of
the chain, opened the store on
Reid Avenue.
Present manager, Bill
Franklin, says there will.. b
no change in operation of the
local store, due to the change
in ownership.

Kiwanis to

Heat Up the

Grill Sat.
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club will be heating up the
pancake griddle Saturday
morning and turning out the
flapjacks, piping hot, for all
who show up during the
morning hours, according to
a Kiwanis Club spokesman.
The Kiwanians have been
selling pancakes each spring
for many years and have
established a real 'clientele
for their culinary efforts.
The club members will
begin serving their flapjacks
at 7:00 a.m., from the cook
wagon parked on the vacant
lot at 'the corner of Fifth
Street and Reid Avenue.
On the menu will be all the
pancakes you can eat, along
with several kinds of syrup,
bacon, sausage, coffee and
milk.
Price of the plate of
pancakes and trimmings is
$2.50; The Kiwanians will use
the profits from the sale to
finance their extensive work
with Girl Scouts and to
continue building a perpetual
scholarship at Gulf Coast
Community College for a
Gulf County student:
"Good order is the founda-
tion of all good things."


made after he had told them not to cut it.
Chairman Branch said the road department
superintendent would inform Scott of the type
repairs required the next day. He told Manuel to
let the firm resume their project as soon as he
(Manuel) was satisfied the matter was satisfac-
torily taken care of.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters, the Commission:
-Agreed to meet and set up a procedure for
handling "dry taps" at the Beaches system
where the property owner wishes to get out of his
arrangement. Presently, owners of the "dry
taps"-a deposit for water service at some time
in the future, to avoid paying a higher fee
then-are required to pay $10.00 a month to make
bond payments on the system. Future taps are
expected to.run in the .$400 to $500 range. The
original taps cost property owners only $75.
-Heard two requests from Road Depart-
ment employees to have a pay period every week
rather than every two weeks. The employees
were also objecting to a change from a four-day
work week to a five day work week.
-Heard a report from Nolan Treglown,
chairman of the library board. Treglown said the
library was receiving a lot of use by citizens of
Gulf county. Treglown expressed the thanks of
the library commission for 'the Commission's
support of the facility.


Phone Fees Go


Up by $1.00


On June First

Like other telephone cus- or with low fixed incomes to
tomers around the nation, St. 'be 'forded to give up phone
Joseph Telephone & Tele- service because of the $1 and
graph Company's residential $2 fee. "Our industry, parti-
customers will begin paying cularly St. Joseph Telephone
a $1 fee June 1, according to & Telegraph Company, has
Roy Gibson, Vice President ,. been guided by a philosophy
of St. Joseph Telephone & -of providing good telephone
Telegraph Company.; service at a price affordable
"Business customers' with to' everyone. After over 50
one line will also be charged years of following this phi-
the fee at that time," Gibson losophy, :the telephone in-
said. "Under the Federal dustry is nout to stand
Communications Commis- by and watch its customers
sion's (FCC) plan, the-$l fee leave the network. The tele-
will increase to $2 on June I, phone is too important to the
1986." individual for this to happen.
He explained that cus- "We also recognize that
tomers will be paying the fee' every customer we lose
to cover more of the actual diminishes the value of the
costs of providing the' lie network to everyone else,"
from their residence or busi- he continued. "That's: why
ness to St. Joseph Telephone we will do all in our power to
& Telegraph Company's keep customers on the net-
switching equipment... work, regardless of their
'"The fee. s' ht f- iThe onomic status."
FCC's plan to price telephone
service more in line with the
costs of providing it. It;is. a
move to partially modify the -
practice of charging cus-
tomers more for lorig-distan-
telephon e service in orderto-
keep residential rates iela-
tively low."
If the changes weren't
made, Gibson said, more
large long-distance users, in
an effort to,avoid artificially
high long-distance rates,
would find ways to bypass, 5 Ft Mol
local telephone company fa- Diameter l Ul
cilities to complete long-
distance calls. While this
may not happen in our area,
anything that affects the '790 0
network nationwide will
eventually affect our local
rates.
S"Once bypass occurs, the H
cost of maintaining the local
telephone network must be Save 190.00 13V1'
spread among the remaining Round Trampolir
customers, and that drives
up local rates," he said. "The Save 80.00 6'x12'
incentive to bypass is there- Sav aOgular Tra-
fore lessened when the subsi- Rectangular Tral
dy is reduced and long--
distance rates are de-
creased." Scratched and De
Gibson pointed out that 15' Chest Fr
AT&T has announced plans
to reduce its interstate long- $ 2
distance rates by 5.6 percent 1 Only 0
as a direct result of the $1 fee
to customers on June 1.
Depending on the amount of Norge Refrigera
long-distance calling, the're-
duced rates could offset the Only 2
$1 fee for many customers. Priced $4499 0 $
Residential and single-line to Sell 44'
business customers are not
the only customers affected TAPPAN
by the FCC's plan, Gibson Electric and Gas R
stressed. Electric and Gas'R
"Long-distance companies CLEARANCE BIG DIl
pay a fixed fee for each
minute they use local lines 5
and business customers with
more than one line have been
paying a monthly fee of $6 /
per line since May 1984."
Contrary. to some predic- I
tions, Gibson said he does not
expect customers on welfare


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985


KATRINA SUE PIPPIN

Engaged
: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jack- Board. as a first grade
son Pippin, Sr. of Port St. Joe teacher in Carrabelle.
;announce the engagement of Mr. Glass is a 1973 gradu-
;:their daughter, Katrina Sue ate of Southern Academy in
tor Robert White ` Glass of Greensboro, Alabama and a
:;Carrabelle, son of Mr. and 1977 graduate of Livingston
'Mrs. Jack Neal Glass, Sr. of University with a B.S. degree
Greensboro, Alabama. in Education. He is employed
Miss Pippin is a 1976 by the Franklin County
graduate of Port St. Joe High School Board as the Athletic
School, and a 1980 graduate Director at Carrabelle High
of the University of South School. -
Alabama with a B.S. degree The wedding is planned for
in Elementary ,Education. July 13, at 4 o'clock at the
She is employed by the Beach Baptist Chapel, Saint
Franklin County School Joe Beach.
07 n .


CONTEST WINNERS-From left to Mexico Beach; Dana Swatts,'Little Miss
right are Trina Roberts, Miss Mexico Mexico Beach and Nichole Wilder, Pee
Beach; Crystal Smith, .Young Miss Wee Miss Mexico Beach.


Girls Selected In Pageant


MARITZA ALCOLADO


Announces Engag


Mr. and Mrs. Miguel J., Alcolado,. Tampa, are proud
to announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
theirdaughter, Maritza Alco-,

May,; son 'of Mr. .and Mrs.
David B. 'May,' Port. St. Joe..
SMiss Alkoladio graduated,
from the Academy of The
MA '-Holy Names High School in
F Tampa. She attended St..
.... -. Petersburg Junior College-
and graduated with an Asso-
S- ciate of Science Degree in
Dental Hygiene. She is pre-
sently employed by Dr. J. P.
Bodo, Tampa, as a Dental
Hygienist.
SMr. May graduated from
Port St. Joe High School. He
*0- attended Mercer University,


Macon, Georgia, and grad
ated from Florida Sta
University with a Bachelor
Science Degree in Marke
ing. He is a member of Sigm
'Alpha Epsilon social fr,
terhity. He is now a Comme
cial Leasing Associate wil
The Lincoln Property Co
Tampa.
The weddingwill be held a
7:00 P.M. August 24 at th
Sacred Heart Catholi
Church, Tampa.
A reception will follow
immediately at The Davi
Island Garden Club, Tamlp
All friends and relative
are cordially invited to. a
te d "


ten


Trina Renee Roberts was selected as
"Miss Mexico Beach" Saturday night in
a pageant held at the Chamber of
Commerce building at Mexico Bedch.
.Roberts will hold the title of "Miss
Mexico Beach" until her successor is
selected at next year's pageant. She will
represent the beach community as a
good will ambassador at different
functions during the year.
Teressa Cozarit was selected as
runner-up and Laura Lynn Van Pieter-
som as Miss Congeniality.
JUNIOR DIVISIONS
In the junior divisions of the pageant,,
u- Crystal Lynn Smith was selected as
te "Young Miss Mexico Beach" in a
of pageant preliminary. Sherry Renee
t- Creel was runner-up in the Young Miss


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Senior: Citizens (Postpone .

Auction Fundraiser Here
The Gulf County Senior. of furniture and other large
Citizens Association is post- items for the. Auction. Call
poning its Port St. Joe 229-8466 in Port St. Joe or
Auction and Flea Market 639-9910 in Wewahitchka, if
from June 8 to Saturday, you have items to be picked
June 22 to avoid conflict with up or to deliver.
other celebrations coming uip The Senior Citizens will
in Port St. Joe and Mexico' have a dessert booth at .the
Beach earlier in the month, annual Merchants Day Cele-
The Association ,needs bration on June I in Port St.
more donations, particularly Joe.


234 Reid Avenue


competition and Tracy Melvin was
selected as Miss Congeniality.
Dana Kelli Swatts was selected as
"Little Miss Mexico Beach". Eileen
Rebecca Carr was runner-up and Wendy
Weston was Miss Congeniality.
In the "Pee Wee Miss Mexico
Beach" division, Rita Nichole Wilder
was first place recipient, while Katia
Marie Higgins was tapped for runner-up
and Cheyenne Cheree Harrison was Miss
Congeniality.
The pageant is promoted each year
by the Mexico Beach. Chamber of
Commerce. This year, the pageant
coordinator was Sherry McDowell and.
the pageant committee was made up of '
Gay Best, Linda Moore, Randi Lyn
McClaini and Lisa Atkins.


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Couple
Teresa DeAnn Smith and
Kevin Duane Caldwell were
united in marriage May 2 at
the Assembly of God Church
in Oak Grove. Rev. Al
Harbour and Rev. David
Fernandez performed the
double ring ceremony..
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W.
Parsons of Port St. Joe, and
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Smith
of Denhamn Springs, La. She
is the granddaughter of Mr.


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MR. AND MRS. CALDWELL


Exchange
and Mrs. Henry Smith of
Sylacauga, Ala., and Janie
Mae Richardson, also of
Sylacauga.
The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L.
Caldwell, Sr. of Port St. Joe.
He is the grandson of Mrs.
Stella Jackson of Pellville,
Ky., and of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Caldwell of
'Lakeland.
Nuptial music was per-


1st United
Methodist Church
Constitution & Monument
Port St. Joe, Florida


CHURCH SCHOOL ......................
MORNING WORSHIP....................
EVENING WORSHIP............ . . .
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .........
Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
7:00 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.


SVows
formed by Mrs. Helen (Cook-
ie) Montgomery.
* The bride was -given in
marriage and escorted to
the altar by her father.
Renee Reeves of Port St.
Joe was the maid of honor.
Lee Caldwell of Panama
City, brother of the groom,
was the .best man.
After a wedding trip, the
couple is residing in Port St.
Joe.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985 PAGE FIVE


Sarah Claire Herring Weds Roy V. Harper


On Saturday, the fourth of
May, Sarah Claire Herring
and'Roy Vinson Harper, Jr.
joined in a celebration of
marriage. The garden cere-
mony was held at the home of
Mr-and Mrs. W. J. Herring
in Port St. Joe, with the Rev.
James Pate of Vernon offi-
ciating.
Sarah is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Jacob
Herring, Sr. of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Rochele Jackson, friend
of the family for many years,
acted as -Sarah's grand-


r_ :'.},.


mother.
Roy V. is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Vinson Harper, Sr.
of White City. He is the
grandson of Mrs. Jenny
Raybon of Panama City, and
Mrs.. Sadie Nash of Apalachi-
cola.
As guests reached the end
of a walkway bordered by
large peach and yellow bows
on white pickets, they were
greeted by Ms. Diane Hens-
ley of Panama City at the
bride's book table.
The bride was given in


marriage by her parents and
escorted to the altar by her
father. Roy V. and Sarah
exchanged their vows before
a backdrop of white trellis
entertwined with ivy, offset
by two baskets of peach and
yellow gladioli.
The bride was attired in a
tea length dusty peach gown.
The collar of accordian pleat-
ed sheer organza cascaded
over the fitted bodice into an
elbow length cape which
formed the sleeves ending in
tiny ruffles. The full circle
skirt of accordian pleated
organza flowed from a fitted
waist into tiny fluted ruffles
at mid-calf. Sarah chose as
her headpiece a crownless
hat of dusty peach with an
overlay of sheer organza,
accented by a trio of yellow
sweetheart roses. She car-
ried a trio of yellow long
stemmed roses' tied with a
bow of peach lace ribbon.
Mrs. Jennifer Smith of
Sheridan, Ark., cousin of the
bride was matron of h6nor.
Jennifer was attired in a
street length dress of peach
roses on a pale yellow
background. Ruffles cas-
caded down the sleeveless.
bodice to the waist. The skirt
was gathered into a full


circle. She carried a single thon was the groom's best
peach rose. man. Ushers were Bill Her-
Ronnie Boggess of Mara- ring, brother of the bride, of


Howard's Creek, and'Murry
Smith of St. Joe Beach.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was hosted by the
bridal couple in the grand
ballroom of the NCO Club,
Tyndall AFB, Panama City.
Mrs. Carolyn Summers, sis-
ter of the groom, and Miss
Anita Smith, both of White
City, served as hostesses for
the reception.
Out of town guests at the
wedding included: Ronnie
and Pat Boggess, Marathon;
Danny and Jennifer Smith,
Sheridan, Ark.: Mrs. Loretta
Chason, Tallahassee; George
and Lou Combs, Ms. Diane
Hensley, all of Panama City;
Ms. Quita Dracos, St. Augus-
tine: Henry and Debbie
Phipps, Pensacola; Mrs.
Lucy Bettinger and Mrs.
Jewel Lemieux, East Point.
After a wedding trip to
Panama City Beach, the
couple will reside in Mara-
thon where both own and
operate H & H Freight Co. of
the Florida Keys.

Friday evening, May 3, an
informal seafood dinner was
held for relatives and out of
town guests on the patio at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Herring in Port St. Joe.
A luncheon for the bridal
party and out of town guests
. was hosted by Mrs. Margaret
Nichols and Mrs. Ethel Hall,


aunts of the bride, and Mrs.
Helen Durant, at the home of
Mrs. Margaret Nichols in
Port St. Joe on May 4.
A party honoring the bride
was held April 1 in Panama
City. Ms. Diane Hensley
hosted the party in her home,
which was decorated in the
bride's colors of peach and
yellow.


Smith Reunion
The annual Thomas Hig-
don Smith family reunion
will be held on Sunday, June
2 at the Wewa Community
Center. All family members
are urged to attend, and all
friends are invited.
Come and enjoy a day of
good food and fellowship.


FIRST UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER and
DAVID L. TAUNTON, Ministers
WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ...................



NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........ .......... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................. .. 6:00 P.M.

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


LISA ATKINS


Two Young Ladies Win

"Satin and Bows" Titles


Lisa Atkins, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs-. Wesley Atkins,
and Dana Swatts, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cannon,
and Higdon Swatfs, com-
peted in the "Miss Satin- &
Bows" Beauty Pageant held
in DeFuniak Springs on May
23 at the DeFuniak Springs
Civic Center. There were 75
young ladies from all sur-
.rounding :areas in all cate-
gories competing for the title
of Queen, Princess, Duchess
and Countess. All crowned
winners make up the "Miss
Satin & Bows Royal Court"
which will reign for the
coming year 1985. These
young ladies have been asked
to represent the "Satin &
Bows" Beauty Pageant in all
upcoming events for the
year, and will participate in
the large parade and activi-


ties in the Fall prior to the
Rodeo and festivities that are
held annually in the area.
Miss Lisa Atkins" was
crowned "Miss Satin & Bows
Princess". She received a
crown, banner, roses and a
four foot trophy.
Miss Dana Swatts was
crowned "Miss Satin & Bows
Countess". She received, a
crown, banner, roses and a
two foot trophy.
The proceeds from this
pageant are donated to a
worthy cause. This year's
proceeds are being used to
help an 11 year old girl who
has a hereditary disease
causing blindness. ,
Each girl who participated
in the pageant received a
Participation Trophy and a
Certificate of Appreciation.


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Port St. Joe 229-6312


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Libraries Encourage


Students of the Drama Club portray injured pupils in a school bus/fuel tanker collision
simulated disaster held last Wednesday morning.Photos by Andy Millergren
Eye- -


Mock

Disaster

Realistic
Last Wednesday morning,
May 22, the Gulf County Civil
Defense coordinated a
disaster exercise involving
emergency agencies from
the north and south ends of
Gulf County. The disaster
was staged just south of the
Cypress Creek Bridge on
Highway 71, with a fuel tank
colliding with a school bus
loaded with students as the
scenario.
The Chi Drama. Club of
Port St. Joe High School
under the direction of Mrs.
Margaret Biggs, volun-
teered to be the casualties.
This exercise tested the
response and capabilities of
Gulf County's law enforce-
ment, fire departments,
emergency medical services
and Gulf Pines Hospital. The
lessons that were learned as
a result of this exercise will
prove to be useful in the sav-
ing of lives.

H.V. School
Math Program
The Highland View Ele-
mentary School sixth grade
class recently completed its
"Super Stars" Math Pro-
gram. This was a voluntary
program in which partici-
pants were given weekly
math sheet assignments to
complete on an honorary.
basis without any assistance
from the teacher.
Several students partici-
pated, but special recogni-
tion is due those who con-
tinued throughout the school
year and achieved the high-
est total points. These are
Peter Klope, Jamie Kosier,
and Huey Hardy.


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Dr. Wesley
Grace

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Your vision is worth the
moderate cost of quality
glasses or contacts. You
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what you are paying for.
First and foremost is the
examination. Doing it right
takes time. A poor examina-
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prescription, is false econ-
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be given consideration, in-
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lens size-large lenses of-
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lens material-plastic gen-
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than glass.
tints-tinted lenses (for
fashion, comfort or sensiti-
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lenses,
lens types-special lenses
such as "invisible
bifocals" and sun-sensitive
lenses cost more than
traditional ones.
frame selection-designer
signature frames can cost
more.
Weigh added costs against
the advantages of particular
components in the eye-
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It's a toss up. Chances are
50-50 that a child will grow up
functionally illiterate unless
his parents do something
about it.
Fitzhugh Dodson, PhD.,
made this statement in his
book, "Give Your Child a
Head Start in Reading."
Dodson points out that "50
percent of entering students
at San Francisco's public
two-year college read at a
fifth grade level or below."'
He goes on to say that
one-third of the nation's
naval recruits read below a
10th grade level and 70
percent of these read so
poorly they were unable to
complete basic training.
People who won't read are


Realistic make-up and props make Elm Knight's arm amputation look very realistic to
those looking on.


OBITUARY:

Funeral Services Held Tuesday
For Tommy Vandevender, 24
Tommy Vandevender, 24,
of White City passed away
suddenly Saturday night. He
O im was a member, of the White
| o City Baptist Church, and was
a carpenter. He was a
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
Survivors include: his pa-
lih s rents, Nell and Van Vandev-
ender of White. City; two
brothers, Jimmy Myrick of
White City, and Bobby Shows
Lost of Texas; two sisters, Pat
Johnson of Blountstown and
|e ato rt Lynda Vandevender of White
r City; three nieces and one
nephew; and his grand-
mother, Sally Mae Faircloth
of White City.
14.1 cu. ft. Funeral services were held
k No-Frost Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. at the
Storage Capacity White City Baptist Church
with Rev. Rick Coley and
Rev. James Pate officiating.
Interment followed in Holly
Hill Cemetery.
No-fingerprint All arrangements were un-
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Developing

New Drugs

Costly
Rex Buzzett, local pharmd'-
cist, told the Rotary Club last
Thursday 'that clinical' stu-
dies and testing required in
developing new drugs for the
medical world, costs devel-
oping pharmaceutical houses
up to 12 years before they
begin to earn a return on
their research investment.
Buzzett, using a video tape
showing the steps of drug
development, said there are
20 major drug developers
.world-wid6, who do most of
the research and testing of
all new drugs which find
their way to the market.
"The average drug company
spends from eight to 15
percent of their budget for
research", Buzzett said. .
After a new drug is devel-
oped and placed on the
market, it often takes from
four to six years before the
company starts to realize a
return on its investment.
The video tape portion of
the program pointed out that
only one in 6,000 compounds
ever reach the human treat-
ment stage. Buzzett said the
pharmaceutical companies
spend an averageL of $54
million to develop each new
drug which finds its way to
the market place.

School Board
Meet Change
The regular school board
meeting scheduled for June 4
has been postponed until
June 14, 1985 at 9:00 a.m.


The song, "America," writ-
ten to the tune of "God
Save the King," was first
performed in Boston in
1833, continuing until 1950.


functionally illiterate, ac-
cording to Dodson. They've
been taught to read, and they
know how to, but they won't
do it.
So, how can parents give
their child a head start in
reading? What are some
.ways to motivate children to
read this summer? To find
out, call the Library Inform-
er, toll-free 1-800-342-0512,
and visit your local library.
Dr. Jane Ervin, in her
book, "Your Child Can Read
and You Can Help", urges
parentsto "start taking your
child to the library and
bookstore."
Dr. Ervin says to let 'your
child see you reading and see
that you enjoy reading. Read


to your children, and have
your older children read to
the younger ones.
This author points out that
children need to see both
parents reading- both for
information and for plea-
sure- if they are going to be
convinced that reading is
fun.
Both writers encourage
parents to take their children
to the public library. They
suggest planning weekly out-
ings to the library. While
there, explore the different
types of reading materials-
magazines, nonfiction, books
about their hobbies and in-
terests. Keep on taking them
every week, while they dis-
cover books and decide what
subjects they like best. The
public library is exciting
because the child is on his


own to exploit
but the library
to help if
assistance. T
about summer
is that you ai
whatever you
you don't evei
a book report!
you like a boo
have to tell y
about it.)
The author
age parents tc
to the bookst
choose a book
own, and stE
library. Rem
your always
only borrow b
public library
think toys are
ant than book
Besides the


Reading

re and choose, son' and Ervin, there /are
ian is available many in the parent-tealher
he asks for collection at the public li-
Phe best thing brary to help parents moti-
r at the library vate their children to read.
re free to read Here are several titles:
choose- and "Classics to Read Aloud to
n have to make Your Children" by William
(that is, unless F. Russell; "How to Help
ik so much you Your Child Get the Most Out
our best friend of School" by Stell Chess,
MD., with Jane Whitebread;
"The Read Aloud Handbook"
s also encour- by Jim Trelease; "This Way
o take children to Books" by Caroline Feller
ore. Let Lhem Bauer; "Babies Need
for their very Books" by Dorothy Butler;
art their own "Good Reading for Poor
ember that if Readers" by George Daniel
buy toys and Spache; and "A Guide to
ooks from the Selecting Books for Child-
, the child will ren" by Robert J. Whitehead.
more import-
Ask for them at your
books by Dod- county library.


Call It "Football"


In England, they call "soc-
cer'" "football", but Alfred
Hand, a native of England
and a director of the Peter-
borough "Posh" soccer team
says Americans call what is
actually football "soccer"
here in the Colonies.
Hand, who has a vacation
home in GulfAire, spoke to
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday,
giving them a description of
how "football" is played over
most of the world.
Hand explained that soccer
(or "football") was started
as a game in England about
the. year 1860 and leagues
were formed in 1888. Today,
there are. 92 league clubs in
England and soccer has
migrated to most of the world
as the most popular sport in
most every country except
the United States.
Soccer rules and method of
play are a combination of
basketball and football rules.
The game is played on a field
which can be as small as a
football field or a third
larger. There is a goal at
each end of the field which
the opposing team attempts
to invade with a score, much
like football. There are
""fouls" like basketballfand
"penalties" like football.
Hand said the United
States is beginning to get
involved in soccer, also, and
has a good chance of fielding
one of the teams in the World
Cup matches being played in
Mexico next year. He pointed
out that only 18 countries
may send teams to the World
Cup and two of these teams
are selected due to their
country being the host and
the other team is selected


because they won the World
Cup at its last meeting.
"That leaves only 16 teams
to be selected for World Cup
play by virtue of their
abilities and for the United
States to be competitive in
this selection no longer than
they have been playing is an
accomplishment", Hand


said.
Soccer in England is much
like professional sports in the
United States. The athletes 1
do not earn as much money-
they earn from $1,000 to
$1,500 a week-but endorse-
ments and sponsorships
make some of them rich, just
as they do over here.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985 PAGE SEVEN


Students Get Awards






Pit,


-. t


Edwin Williams, princpal of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, presents Jim Norton with
two certificates recognizing his outstanding characteristics of citizenship and leadership
abilities. Jim served as President of the Student CoAecil for the past year.


This year's recipient of the Principal's Award is Miss Sherry Jones, who is being
presented her certificate by Miss Catherine Ramsey, Assistant Principal of the high school.
Sherry was selected for her outstanding service in the administrative office of the high
school.


i Summer School Dates


Michele Fenton, right, Is the recipient of the Al Hargraves Science Award, which is
presented to the graduating senior who has the highest grade point average in the field of
science for the past four years. Charles Osborne, head of the science department at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, presents the award to Miss Fenton.


Set for PSJ High School

Summer School at Port St. the guidance office. The Beach, 30th St. and 7th St.;
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School will following courses will be Beacon Hill, C Street, 4th St.,
begin June 10, and extends offered if possible: PAD, and 2nd St.; St. Joe Beach,
through July 19. A four day English, Science, Math, So- Columbus & Alabama, Pi-
school week is scheduled, cial Studies, Band, and Dri- neda & Alabama, Gulf &
Monday through Thursday. vers Education. Alabama, Bay & Alabama,
Classes will begin at -8:00 The bus schedule for sum- Pine & Americus; Highland
a.nm., and will be dismissed mer school is as follows: View, Elementary School
at 1:00 p.m. Beaches (Bus begins route and Highland View .Baptist
Students needing, summer at Hideway Harbor- 7:15 Church;
school credits may sign up in A.M.): Stops include Mexico North Port St. Joe (Bus


Jr. Honor Society

Inducts Members


The Port St. Joe Chapter of
the National Jr. Honor Socie-
ty held its annual induction
ceremony May 23 at 7:00
p.m. in the High School
Commons area. Sixteen stu-
dents were inducted.
To be eligible for member-
ship into this honor society, a
student must be an eighth
grader who has maintained a
3.3 grade point average for
the first semester, fourth and
fifth six. weeks of the school
year. Also these students are
rated pn their character,
service, citizenship and lea-
dership qualities by their
classroom teachers.
This year's inductees are
Stacy Barnhill, Karl Bowen,

Speaker at
Oak Grove
Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church will have a
special speaker at the 11:00
and 6:15 p.m. services this
Sunday, June 2.
Burt McDaniel, Assistant
Youth Director of the As-
semblies of God, West Flori-
da District, will lead these
services. You are invited to
attend.


begins route at Apollo &
Main- 7:30 A.M.):, Stops
include N. Park & 'Ave. B,
Battle & Ave. D, Main & Ave.
D, Main & Ave. B.
Note: All classes and buses
depend upon student enroll-
ment.


Lance Campbell, Yolanda
Daniels, Timothy Davis,
Wendy Groos, J. Lee John-
son, Michael Lewter, Mit-
chell McChristian, Danny
Moree, Michael Ramsey, Cy
Riley, Hannon Smith, Mi-
chele Taylor, Kristin Tot-
map, and Robert Van Pieter-
som.
When school begins in
August of this year, Hannon
Smith will serve as Presi-
dent, Michael Lewter as
Vice-President, Kristin Tot-
man as Secretary, and Mit-
chell McChristian as Trea-
surer.




The banjo is the United
States' only true native mu-
sical instrument. It was first
developed in the 1790's.


Congratulations

Michelle
Taylor
on being selected
as a Jr. Honor
Society member
Mrs. Marie Mamoran,
mother
Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Graves, grandparents


The John Phillip Sousa Award, named in honor of the legendary American bandmaster,
was presented this year to Mitchell Boulngton for his outstanding musicianship and leader-
ship in the Band of Gold for 194-85. He is being presented the plaque by Wayne Land, band
director.


Mitchell Bouington was recognized for his abilities in several different areas at the high
school this week. In addition to winning the John Phillip Sousa Award for musicianship, he
was awarded the "Hoss" Wilder Memorial Hustler Award for his enthusiasm and effort as
an athlete; and an athletic award for having the highest grade point average of any athlete
in any sport at the school. He maintained a 3.5 grade point average. Rick Hatcher, baseball
coach, is shown presenting Mitch with the two awards.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. TII'RSDAY. MAY :10, 1985


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people think that they are cured just because they
start to feel better. However, many drugs do not
cure-they are taken to control an illness.
Don't fear taking your medicine. Instead
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experience of your physician and follow his
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Port St. Joe High School athletic director, Shaw Maddox, right, presents a framed letter
from the Florida House of Representatives to Edwin Williams, principal. The House
recognized the accomplishments of the 1984-85 Shark football team which won the State
Class AA Football Championship this year.


Sharks Shine In Jamboree


Jamborees are usually lit-
tle more than a deluxe
scrimmage, but football
buffs in the Panhandle had
their interest piqued last
Friday night .when the
Sharks seemingly took up
r right where they left off in
S December when they woi the
state championship ip class
2-A.
Scoring the first time a
SPort St. Joe player touched a
ball, the Sharks scored 27
points in two periods of play
- in Panama City last Friday
: against such formidable op-
[.position as Marianna and
? Mosley. e
The Sharks' new quarter-
back, Robert Harris scam-
pered for 69 yards and a
: sc -- against Marianna
when the Bulldogs were
forced to punt on their first
possession. The Shark de-
fense went on to allow only
four first downs in the, two
periods of football in which
they played.
Josh Jehkins romped over,
from 18 yards out late in the
period -and kicked the, extra
point. Jenkins kicked, three
extra points for the evening,
in four attempts. -
In their appearance
against the Dolphins,' the
Sharks turned Jenkins, Ran-
dy Wilder and Harris loose',
gobbling up yardage at an
average of 27 yards a carry:
to put six points on the board
on their opening drive "of the


quarter. Later in the quarter,
Robert Harris picked off a
Chris Sylvester throw, and
raced 99 yards for the final
score of the game.
Harris had been forced to
. fumble on the Shark 40 by the
Dolphins, starting. the drive
which.ended in disaster for
the Dolphins.
Coach Shaw Maddox point-
ed out that the Sharks went
into the Jamboree after a
spring training spent primar-
ily with. teaching the funda-
men.tals' of blocking and
t."ackling. "We were just
*trying to get ready to start
training in the fall", Maddox
said.'"Our kids executed well
Friday night. They have
grown accustomed to win-
ning and they just went out
and did it."
The Sharks have only one
returning regular. off. last
year's championship team.
Curtis Ray is the only
returning .lineman. He has
been joinedby Tim Farmer,
Arthur North, Robert Ranm-
sey, Joe Norton, Lee Parker
'and Doug Robinson. '
S"Our young line did a good-
job against Marianna- and,
Mosley", Maddox said.
Rounding out the defense
were Stan Peters, Randy
Wilder' and Joe. Norton. at
middle linebacker; Lee Par-
ker, Robert Harris, Joe Ray
and Dexter Baxter at outside
linebacker.
Offensively the Sharks are
looking at Robert Harris, aA


all-state defensive back,
shifted to quarterback; Stan
Peters, tailback; Randy Wil-
der, fullback; Josh Jenkins,
power back and Joe Ray,
running back.
. Split ends will be John
Scully and Dexter Baxter.
Defensively, the Sharks


allowed only fq r. first downs
in two quarterstof football at
the jamboree. Offensively,
they scored four times on a
69-yard punt return by Rob-
ert Harris, an 18-yard run by
Josh Jenkins, a 25-yard run
by Harris and a 99-yard
interception return by Har-


ris.
"This is the best young
group I have worked with",
Coach Maddox said. "I feel
like We'll have an excellent
season next fall if we con-
tinue to work as hard as they
have this spring". '


Baseball Awards Given


At Annual Banquet


Awards were presented to
members of the Sharks'
baseball team this past Fri-
day night, at the annual
'baseball team banquet, held
in the Commons area. The
team ended the season with
an 11-14 record,.winning most
of their games on the road.
Stacy Strickland received
an award declaring him the
most valuable pitcher for the
Sharks. Strickland ended up
with the best, ERA average
for the active pitchers on the
team, with 2.79. Strickland
had a 6-4 record. He appear-
ed in 16 games and pitched
52.2 innings for the season.
Jim Norton was selected as
the team's most potent offen-
sive player with his 408
batting average. Norton bat-,
ted 71 times during the
season, collected 29 hits and
knocked in 1,6 runs. Norton
scored 19 runs himself.


Kyle Pippin was recogniz-
ed as the defensive player of
the year. In addition to his
sparkling play in the field,
Pippin was also the co-leader
in stolen bases for the team
along with Jay Rish. The two'
stole 17 bases each.
The Rookie of the Year-was
Mickie Gainnie. Gainnie was
the number two pitcher for'
the Sharks, appearing in 15
games and 50.0 innings. He
had a 4.20 ERA but was a far
more effective pitcher than
the numbers show. He struck
out 31,battersduring-the year
and walked 34.
AREA SELECTIONS
Four of the Sharks' squad
were recognized by other.
coaches in the Conference
and the Big Bend.
Mitch Bouington, Jim Nor-
ton, Kyle Pippin and Stacy
Strickland were selected as
members of the All-Cohnfer-


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Mitch. Bouington was a
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squad and Kyle Pippin was
selected as honorable men-
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The "Hoss Wilder Award"
was presented to Mitch Bou-
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iWashfinton, D.C.'s park
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Port St. Joe's young entry
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baseball won bpth ends of a
double header against Chat-
tahoochee last Saturday in
their first outing of the
season..
Stacy Strickland pitched
four innings, giving up three
hits in the first' game. Tim
Wilder came on in the fifth
and tossed three' innings in
the 17-6 win.
Port St. Joe banged out 23


The: Presidential Physical
Fitness Award is the highest
award given to students who
perform from 85 to 100
p, percent at the respective age
level and gender on six items
described by the American
Alliance for Health, Physical
Education, Recreation and
Dance.
The categories are: Girls,,
flexed arm hang- Boys,
pull-ups; Standing broad
jump;' Shuttle run; 50 yd.
dash; Sit-ups; and 600 yd.
run-walk.'
Students at Highland View
Elementary Sqhool who re-
ceived for the second year
are: BrandyI Conrad, Lewis
Miles, Pat Gray, Holly Rich-
ter, and Huey Hardy.
Students who received the
award for the first year are;
, Jason Curcie, Maria Miller,
SJohn Strickland, John Teas-
ley, Elton Wood, Buddy
Whittamore, Jason Falbe,
Jeff Curcie, Chris Butlep,
Adam, Miller, and Andy


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hits in the opener. Jim
Norton had a perfect day at
the plate with five hits in five
trips to the plate. Kyle Pippin
rapped out a double and
three singles in five trips.
Tim Wilder and Mitch Bou-
ington each had three hits in
five at bats and Randy
Wilder went two for three at
the plate.

In the second game, Port
St. Joe edged Chattahoochee,


Rutter.
Students who have com-
pleted 85 percent or more in
each category, but who have
one item in a lower percent-
age range are given a Youth
Fitness Achievement Award.
Students who were recog-
nized for this achievement
were: Jill Bryan, Jennifer
Clark, Dana Maige, Tina
Littleton, Mandee Arm-
strong, Leon Gray, Matt
Richter, Kim LudMnan, Dawn
Fontaine, and Laura Nelson.


9-8 with Mickie Gainnie on
the mound. Stacy Strickland
pitched the last out of the
game to gain the save.
Again Port .St. Joe hitters
banged the ball, collecting 16
hits.
Randy Wilder and Tim
Wilder each had three hits in
five at bats. Jay Rish, Joe
Norton, Mickey Gainnie and
Richard Ramsey each had
two hits in five at bats.
Sponsor of the week for this
week is Buddy Renfro of
Renfro Auto Parts.
The next game for Port St.
Joe will be here in Port St.
Joe's Shark stadium at 3:00
p.m., Saturday. The oppon-
ent will be Marianna."


Carrots, parsnips, sweet po-
tatoes and winter squash.
can be simply candied witlk
a tablespoon of honey ore
molasses and a tablespoon
of melted butter, per culp'
of coc'-ed vegetable. Gentt
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'I'I1HSI)AY. MAY :0, 1985 PAGE NINE


Future Citizens of Tomorrow
Several months ago, a photographer made these snapshots of young citizens of Port St. Joe
at The Star office. We will be running these pictures over the course of the next few weeks.


Renee Kristine, age 7 mos.,
daughter of Robert and Kris-
ta Vinson of Port St. Joe.


Natalie, age 7 mos., daugh- Jolie, age 312 mos., daugh-
ter of Travis and Lynn Burge ter of Ronnie and Janet
of Port St. Joe. Hogan of Port St. Joe.


Still Hope for Veterans


Hospital In Panhandle


' Marquita, age 17 mos.,
daughter of' Phyllis Willis
Thompkins of Port St. Joe.


The Administrator of the Veterans
Administration (VA), Harry N.
Walters recently told Sen. Lawton
Chiles, D-FI., that the VA will not
purchase a hospital in Mobile,
Alabama for a new VA medical
center.
In a telephone conversation with
the Administrator, Sen. Chiles learn-
ed that the proposal was turned
down because demographics did not
support putting the facility in
Mobile.
"This is certainly an important
step," Chiles said. "It demonstrates
that the VA is serious about doing all
it can to put VA hospitals where the
veterans' population is now and is
projected to be in the future."
Chiles has worked with Con-
gressman Earl Hutto, D-Panama
City, in opposing the proposal. Both
the Seflator and Congressman are


extremely pleased with the commit-
ment given by the Administrator.
The Senator noted that all VA
studies thus far point to the need for
a facility in the panhandle area of
the state.
There are currently some
100,000 veterans in Northwest Flori-
da, and according to a VA study, it is
the only area in the Medical District
with sustained growth in veterans'
population over the next decade.
"If we are to achieve the goal of.
responding to the increasing de-
mands for health care benefits and
services for our nation's veterans,
then we must ensure that medical
facility planning and construction is
based on demographic need," Chiles
stated. "I'm relieved that the VA
can now move forward in their
planning for a VA medical facility in
Northwest Florida."


SAY YOU SAW IT
IN THE STAR

GOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent








CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
I ike ia good neighbor.
Stare Form is there.



STATE FARM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Ho e Office.: Bloomlagtoa., llolea


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Jamie Marie, age 6, and
Chad Harlan, age 1, children
of Harlan and Donna Had-
dock of Port St. Joe.


Joe, age 15 mos., son of
Richard and Marsha Robin-
son of Port St. Joe.


Kristen, age 5 mos., daugh-
ter of Tom and Rhonda
Garcia of Mexico Beach.


Chinch Bugs!


They Like to Chew On Your Grass


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
There's nothing chinchyy"
about Chinch Bugs. At least,
they're not stingy when it


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. 1 o,,'jSm.tu I grass. In fact, while not
Sunday Worship 10 am significantly injuring any
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IAdult School... 11am ( chinch bug ranks as Flori-
ASTORAL NG day's most serious Saint Au-
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can be accomplished with
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
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Residents of Oak Grove

Applications Being Accepted

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minimal use of chemicals.
Studies show that improper
mowing and over fertiliza-
tion invite chinch bug at-
tacks, while good manage-
ment practices reduce the
need for pesticides. My infor-
mation was provided by
Extension Entomologist Dr.
Don Short, of the University
of Florida's Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences
(IFAS).
Rapid growth in combina-
tion with improper care
causes Saint Augustine lawns
to develop excessive thatch,
a thick, spongy mat of
runners and'-undecomposed-
clipping, which provides an
excellent habitat for chinch
bugs.
Saint Augustine should be
mowed to a height of three to
three and-a-half inches every
five to ten days. If the lawn is
not mowed often enough to
avoid thatch buildup, clip-
pings should be removed
with a grass catcher, or by
raking, sweeping, or vacu-
uming the yard. If thatch
reaches a serious level, it
may require mechanical re-
moval through vertical mow-
ing or power raking.
It's true that prolonged
periods of drought can en-
courage chinch bug invasion.
The key is to water enough to
keep the grass healthy, but
not growing excessively.
Whenever you notice grass
leaves curing or showing a
blush-gray color, water im-
mediately, but do not water
again until the lawn shows
these early signs of need.
The type and amount of
fertilizer also influences
grass growth. Growth rate
and chinch bug problems can
be reduced when minimum
applications of slow release
nitrogen are substituted for
. frequent doses of water solu-
ble inorganic nitrogen.
In addition to good cultural
practices, you may find some
valuable allies in beneficial
insects that prey on chinch
bugs. The most prominent of
these are the black big-eyed
bug, and a predacious Ear-
wig. Populations of these
benefactors can be encour-


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shovels, etc.
Anyone having relatives
buried there is asked to
please come and help with
the clean-up.


. Especially St. Augustine


aged by limiting pesticide
use.
. If you suspect chinch bug
damage, part the grass in the


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with a white band across the
back. The adults are about
one-fifth of an inch long-
black, with white wings.
If chinch bugs are found,
start control measures
promptly. Several chemicals
are effective. Some can be
applied as liquids, with a
lawn-type hose attachment
sprayer; others, such as
granules, with a drop-type
spreader. Some recommend-
ed chemicals are: Baygon
70WP, Diazinon, Dursban 2E,
and Ethion BE.
To avoid unnecessary en-
vironmental -contamination
and a reduction in beneficial
insects, early spot treat-
ments can be applied while
infestations are still small.
Treat the off-color areas and
about a ten (10) foot buffer
zone around each. A few days
later, check for effective
control. If damage is wide-
spread, the entire yard may
have to be treated.


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Commercial --Residential
Remodeling and
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Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
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7:00 ................. Worship

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House for sale: Over 1200
sq. ft. living space, 2 bdrm.,
1 ba., cen. h/a, new energy
efficient heat pump. New
wiring and plumbing, new
all wood cabinets, carpeted.
Laundry rm & Ig. pantry,
new 30 yr. shingled roof.
Must see to appreciate.
Equity and assume 19 yr.
mtg. 517 9th St. 229-6111 for
appt. Will take mobile home
in good condition for equity.
3tc 5/30

House for Sale: Brick, 3
bdrm., 2 full baths, screened
porch, insulated doors & win-
dows, 12'x16' utility house,
103 Yaupon St. By appt. only.
229-8079. tfc 6/6


FOR SALE
5.68 acres land at Over-
street. Located on State
Road 386, 4 miles from
public beach, 1 mile from
boat landing on Inter-
Coastal Canal. 3 acres on
one side of 386, 2.5 on other
side with over 1,000 feet of
road frontage. Could be
divided into four nice
building plots. A bargain at
$4,500 per acre.
McNEILL COASTAL
PROPERTIES, INC.
Realtor
Phone.229-6537 or
648-8248 for more
information
tfc 4/18


INVITATION TO BID
The Florida Dept. of Agri-
culture and Consumer Ser-
vices, Division of Forestry,
will receive sealed bids until
2:00 p.m. June 19, 1985, for
the sale of:
ONE (1) House located in
Gulf County at the Wetappo
Towersite.
For information regarding
this building, please contact
District Forester Joe Ander-
son at 715 West 15th Street,
Panama City, Florida, tele-
phone number 904/763-6589.
Any person desiring to bid
may mail a sealed bid to:
. Deputy Director, Admini-
stration, Division of Fores-
try, 3125 Conner Blvd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32301.
A bid bond in the form of a
Certified or Cashier's Check
in the amount of 10 percent
of the amount of the bid must
accompany each bid. Bid
bonds will be retruend to un-
successful bidders. Success-
ful bidder will be required to
complete payment within
ten (10) days after official
notice that his bid is ac-
cepted. If payment is not
madce as prescribed, bid
bond will be subject to forfei-
ture.
These buildings must be
removed from the site within
twenty-one (21) days after
full payment is made.
The Division of Forestry
reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.


I 10694-,,.,'..-' ... -- '.

Three 800 sq. ft. 2 bedroom units. Can. heat & air, Insul. doors & windows,
carpet, refrig. & stove, 3rd St., Highland View. Available May 25th. Owner
will finance.
Call 229-6509


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
(904) 227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broker NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale 648-5659
Frances Chason-- 229-8747 Roy Smith
Bo Boyett 648-8936 Marsha Young
Larry McArdle -.227-1551
HOMES
PORT ST. JOE
BUY OF THE WEEK OWNER SAYS SELL: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, split level,
cen. heat & air, 2580 sq. ft. on 90x175' corner lot. Priced for quick sale at
$65,000 .
Port St. Joe: Almost new, brick, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $47,850.
Port St. Joe: Brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with extra lot. $69,500.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. $24,000:
New Listing: Port St. Joe. Nice residential neighborhood. 3 bedroom, 2
bath.
Port St. Joe: Large house & lot, plenty of room, 4 bdrm., 1 /2 bath, $35,000.
Oak Grove: 2 bedroom, 1 ba., fenced yd., carport. $29,500.
New Listing: Unique executive home on Ig. wooded lot. 3500 sq. ft. with 4
R including luxurious master wing. Fireplace, totally energy efficient.
3 bedroom, 1 bath, $29.000.
Oak Grove: 3 bdrm., 1 ba., outside storage. Only $17,000.
Close to town. newly remodeled, 3 BR. 2 ba. $31,000.
Nice 2 BR-2 ba, den, wet bar. fireplace, deck, many extras. 806 Garrison.
$48,500.
3 BR, 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave. $29,500.
Quiet neighborhood, frame 3 BR, 2 ba. den. separate dining rm. carport,
utility rm. $44,500.
Good retirement home, 2 BR 1 ba. masonry, $47,500.
Close to schools, 3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $51,000.
Ward Ridge, brick 3 BR 2 ba. assumable mortgage. $46,000.
While City: Mini-farm, pond 3 BR 1 ba. $40,000..
Howard Creek: 3 BR, 2 ba. doublewide trailer, partially furnished, corner lot.
$27,900.
Howard Creek: Large 2 story 5 BR 2 ba Franklin stove, screen porch, util.'
room. $47,900.
Capg San Bias: Large great room. screen porch. 2 bedroom, 3 bath.
$168,500. 1.5 acres gulf-front.
Cape San Bias: Lovely 1500 sq. ft. energy efficient protected walkway to
beach, 2 car garage. $225,000.
THE BEACHES'
St. Joe Beach: Excellent view 2 BR 2 be, deck, $125,000.
St. Joe Beach: Large brick 3 BR 2 ba., fireplace, deck, spring fed pond.
energy efficient, $88,000.
St. Joe Beach: Stilt house 2 BR 11/2 ba.. den or study, util. rm.. carport.'
$69,500.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Red Bull Island, Wewa: 2 lots $9,000 or $4,500 each.
St. Joe Beach: Corner lot, cleared, 75'x150', $9,500.,
Stonemill Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared land, $40,000.
Gulf Aire: Gulf front 65'x180', $55,900.
Cape San Bias: Gulf front 2.34 acres, $100,000.'
St. Joe Beach: 1 block from water, 3 lots together 50'x125' each. Total price
$45,000.
Mexico Beach: 100'x100' with water hook-up only $8,800.
Ward Ridge: One lot 75'x150', $6,600.
Howard Creek: V1 acre, $1,500.
Indian Pass: High and dry, $11,500.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 2/.2 ba. $80,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
St. Joe Beach: Prime waterfront property; Last large tract at St. Joe Beach
suitable for development. 231 ft. on highway and waterfront.
Excellent Location: Downtown Port St. Joe store, 2,700 sq. ft. $50,000.
White City' One acre near canal, $33,300. f
Overstreet: Two acre plots on Intercoastal Canal $16,000 ea.
Port St. Joe: Downtown 60'x90' corner lot, $18,000.


DOYLE CONNER,
Commissioner of Agriculture
By: DAVID P. SMITH,
Deputy Director Admini-
stration
It 5/30
For Sale by Owner: Lovely
2 bedroom home complete
with wall to wall carpeting,
washer, dryer, refrigerator/
freezer, stove, water heater,
and 2 air cond. All ap-
pliances are in excel. cond.
Double fireplace, chain link
fenced yard, and utility sh-
ed. $26,900. Call 229-8937.
2tp 5/23
3 bdrm. house, 10 .lots, 2
wells, 3 septic tanks,
$25,000.00. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m,,
227-1456, night 227-1514.
tfc 6/6
LOT FOR SALE: By
Owner: 120 ft. frontage on
beach, Beacon Hill, Hwy. 98.
Call 1-535-4081. 10tp 5/16

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-FORS~ALE


6 h.p. Johnson outboard
motor $200, 15% ft. bass
boat, Motor Guide trolling
motor, heavy duty galvan-
ized trailer, $1,000. Call
229-8121. ltp
LIKE NEW $480 Western
saddle with complete set of
care accessories; blankets,
halters, bridle, new ropes,
etc. All for $300. Call
229-6673. Itp
Tow bar with valley hitch,
like new. Call 229-8072.
Refrigerator, 15 cu. ft. Kel-
vinator. Harvest gold, in
good cond. $150. 229-8891.
Purebred Red Angus for
sale. For more information
call 639-5010 in Wewa. ite
Singer Touch and Sew zig
zag model 648, with cabinet,
$200. 229-6889.
14' boat with 7i& Johnson
1983. $900. 8' sliding glass
door, windows & screens,
$100. Call 227-1858 after 5:15
p.m.
Trestle table 36"x60", with
6 padded chairs, like new,
$175.648-5950.
15' Larson Deep V, 55 h.p.
Johnson, new seats, trailer
needs repairs. $1,150.
229-6111 after 5:30 p.m.
3tc 5/30
Attention Small Families
Are you paying too much for
health insurance? Call
Mutual of Omaha, 648-557.
4tc 5/9
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
tfc 3/21
New Yamaha 550 Enduro,
low mileage, still under war-
ranty, excel. cond. No equi-
ty. Includes 2 helmets. Call
after 5 p.m., 648-5351.
tfc 5/16
REWARD
Up to $500 cash offered for'
location of lost or abandoned
WW2 aircraft. Must be par-
tially intact and retrievable.
Call 813/324-4109.
4tp 5/9
$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any
fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7


Century 21
St. Joseph Bay Realty
Realtor,
904/648-5716
Cypress Avenue
Port St. Joe
1888 sq. ft. brick & stucco, 3
bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace,'
many extras. $89,000.
*ec *
SPECIAL BUY
2108 Juniper Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Absolutely beautiful 3
bdrm., 2 baths, formal liv.
rm. & din. rm. Den, fire-
place, dbl. garage. Many
other extras. By appt. only.


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TRY
WATKIN'S
PRODUCTS
229-6023 tfc 5/2

FREE Bible study at home
by mail. What does the Bible
say about God, Christ, salva-
tion and eternity? You can
study in your home with no
cost and no visits unless you
request. Write: Bible Study,
P. 0. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
FL

STEEL ROOFING & SIDING
American Made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on Size, Style & Qty.
GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS 601-896-6216
4tp 5/16'

84 15 h.p. Suzuki motor, 12'
fiberglass bateau with trail-
er and accessories. Like
new, been used 4 times.
,000. 229-8862.. 2tc 5/30




Office. for rent: call
229-8631 after 5 p.m.
4tc 5/9
Furnished apartment for
r9nt at 703 16th Street. Call
29-8754. tfc 5/16
Mobile home lot, 1%
blocks behind Jr. Store, St.
Joe Beach. Call 229-6961.
tfc 6/6
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
-Room for. Rent: By day,
week; month; Air cond,., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/8
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tfc 6/6
One bedroom furnished,
$150 month, 513 9th St. Two
bedroom unfurn., $200 mo.,
901 Long Ave. Call collect
576-1125. .1tp





JOB WANTED: Experi-
enced babysitter, good with
children. References avail-
able. Reasonable rates, day
or evening hours, your home
or mine, Mon. Sat. Call
229-6154 anytime. Will also
do housework or sit with
elderly.
Want to Buy: Air condi-
tioners in need of repair.
Also would like to buy .14'
aluminum Jon boat. 648-8562.
Want to Buy: Cash for
mobile home tires and axles.
We remove. Call collect
904/576-8672. 15tp 3/21





There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M..
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Norman M. Martin, W.M.
Billy D. Barlow, Sec.
pd. thru 12/84

MEETING NOTICE
American Legion Post 116
meets 1st Monday each
month at 7:30 p.m.
American Legion Building
Corner of Williams Ave.
& Third St.
Albert Thames,
Commander
Janrrell Smith, Adj.
tfc 2/14/85


finishing touch
201 Monument Ave.
*Phone 227.1199 or 227-1190


The Guild of Professional
the most boring speaker.


SEVIE


6 Family Yard Sale, June
1, Indian Pass Beach. Follow
signs. Furniture, etc.
Clothes GIVE-AWAY,
Thursday, May 30th, 9:00
a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Beach
Baptist Chapel, Columbus
St., St. Joe Beach. 648-5026.
Garage Sale, Sat., June 1,
1601 Marvin Ave. 9:00 a.m.
until. Miscellaneous items.




1983 Dodge Challenger Im-
port, excel. cond., loaded,
low mileage, must see to ap-
preciate. $7,000 or best offer.
229-8862; 2tc 5/30
1980 Dodge Omni, 4 dr.,
a.t., a.c., am/fm radio, extra
clean inside and out, $2,500.
229-6111 after 5:30 p.m.
3tc 5/30
1984 Pontiac Parisienne
station wagon, 16,000 miles.
1981 CB 900 Honda, 13,500
miles. Call 229-8542.
Is It True You Can Buy
Jeeps for $44 through the
U.S. government? Get the
facts today! Call 1-312-742-
1142, ext. 9939. 4t 5/30
1977 Mercury Cougar
XR-7, less than 60,000 actual
miles. A/c, ps, pb, auto.
trans. in console, 351 V-8
engine. Almost new radial
tires. Call 229-8997 8:30 to
5:30, after six call 229-6343.
1974 CJ-5 Jeep, 304 3-speed
$2,295. See to appreciate.
227-1251 days, 227-1764
nights. tfc 6/6
1975 pickup with camper
shell, auto. trans., body &
engine in good cond. Call
227-1206. tfc 4/11





Sales Representative
needed for local office of in-
surance company. Base
salary plus sales. Many
fringe benefits. Call
'1-785-0586, from 9:00 3:00.
2tc 5/23
EARN UP to $5,000 mon-
thly as a Real Estate
foreclosure rep. No license
or experience required. Nat-
ional Company provides
complete assistance. For in-
fo call: 317-839-8900, ext.
2533. ltp
RN's immediate open-
ing for 7-3 relief supervisor
and 3-11 relief supervisor
positions. Also certified
nursing assistant openings.
Bay St. Joseph Care Center.
229-8244. 2tc5/23

SUPPORT YOUR
LOCAL MERCHANTS
SHOP AT HOME


RENT


steam carpet cleaner
with HEATER and the
VIBRATING POWER
RUSH ONLY


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue

iil,,llln,,llli,,,lt,. l$1 ,,I,,,,itlnll, iiH II iIIIIiililili il


SPACEVIEW I
SATELLITE I
SYSTEMS I
- (FCC Licensed
Technicians)
" SALES, SERVICE
| & INSTALLATION

227-1590
I .I ....I.I ..I.I ...I ...... ...................


Call Freddy Wages for
your Home Improvements
and Repairs. Painting,
Panelling, Roofing Shingles,
Remodeling. Tell me your
needs. Free estimates, no
service charge. 229-6288.
2tp 5/30

COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 1/6


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. Fri., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sat., 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sun., 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off
tfc 1/6


BOB'S SMALL ENGINE
REPAIR
648-5106
Lawn mowers, tillers
& chain saws
Free pickup & delivery
within 10 miles
tfc 6/6


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual.
Monthly Accounting_
Wauneta Brewer PatHohman
Owfier Donna Cannon Assitant
Assistant .
228 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536


St. Joseph Bay
Construnctlo
Residential.1
*Commerctia




W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES
MULTI-FAMILY
229-8795
RG0040048


H. GOLDEN


SPARTAN
CAR WASH
Open 24 Hours

WASH WAX
VACUUM


Completely Self-Service

Corner 4th St. and
Baltzell Avenue
(next to St. Joe Motor Co.
Service Dept.)
5/30.6/13, 6/27.7/4



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





---Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work
Gen. Con. RG 0033843

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
L, tffc 2-


ink it was something I ale



kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
In-costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


FOR SALE OR RENT:


LICENSED PAWNBROKER
WE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS
WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY REPAIR

Golden Gift Emporium
226 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456


(904) 229-6312
tfc 5/23


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue O
p914" R Port St. Joe, Florida-
'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


Hagan Painting
Contractor

Quality Work at Affordable Prices
Commercial & Residential
Pressure Cleaning for Grime & Mildew
FREE ESTIMATES
LARRY HAGAN
Phone 648-8729


, REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to Look
Like New. We Buy and Sell Used
Furniture.


I


- -


Psychological services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)
JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial Residential
State Lic. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
229-6380
tfc 6/6
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 2294966.
SHEAR PERFECTION
Hairstyling for the entire
family. Frosting Perms -
Coloring. Open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Mon. Sat. Walk-ins
welcome, or call for appt.
Dianne Mayhann, Betty
Heath, 321% Reid Ave. Call
229-6911. 5tc5/2
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center

ELIZABETH'S
CERAMICS
Opening April 1
Greenware
Firing -
Supplies
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71
Phone 639-2807




TIlE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985 PAGE ELEVEN


Learn of


Jesus and his


love


for each


of us.


Come to


Vacation


Bible School


LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue


June 3-7


6:00


- 8:30 P.M.


(Ages 2 -


Youth)


I ,.










PAGE TWELVE THE STAR. THURSDAY. MAY 30, 1985







Notice of Tax Certificate


SALE
28,

Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is
hereby given that on the 31st day of May, 1985, at one o'clock
p.m., tax sale' certificates will be sold on the following 32
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 at the Gulf County Courthouse, 33
County Commission Meeting Room, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, County of Gulf, State of Florida.

EDA RUTH TAYLOR
Tax Collector Gulf County, Florida



WHITFIELD ACRES UNRECORDED
A SUBDIVISION OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE
8 WEST LOTS BEING 60 X 130 FT
s 7 a -BAILEY G(,ORGE MARVIN # 83
WHITFIELO ACRES UNRECORDED $247.76
A 6bO 130 FT LOT FR GOOLSBY
ORb 66/573
MAP #156A
WHITFIELD ACRES SUBD. UNRECORDED
A SUBDIVISION OF THE NW 1/4 OF
THE SW 1/4 GF SECTION S TWP 7
SUUrH RANGE 8 WEST GULF COUNTY.
FLOIRDA MAP i# 156A
5 7 B -HILL JIM. TRUSTEE 157
hLK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBD. UNRECORDED $175.87
W 1/2 OF LOT 2 ORB 82/234
MAP 0 156 A
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK 34
SECOND ADDITION PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE .
59 A SUBDIVISION OF SE 1/4 OF
SW.I 1/4 OF SECTION 5 TWP 7 SOUTH
RANGE 8 WEST GULF COUNTY
--PARKER ROBERT S. I CHERYL M. 8 282 2
aLK 8 WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK $130.05
SECOND ADDITION PB Si PG 59
LOT 9 ORB 91/848 FR PARKER
MAP 0156A
5 7 8 -BOSWELL JIMMY C. & MARY JO V 332 3
REC'D ORB 77/987 FROM JOLLY $89.13
MAP ;156A
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
A SUBDIVISION OF W/2 OF Sw/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE
8 WEST LYING SOUTH OF SR 387 &
PART SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SECTION 6 .
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 8 WEST 11
5 7 8 -WARD MICHAEL & CLYTIE ATWELL 4 334.046
HLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED $41.55
N/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/813
MAP #156A 25
ORB 95/1051 FROM ELOER
5 7 8 -WARD MICHAEL & CIYTIE ATWELL V 334.047
BLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED S41.55
S/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/816 25
MAP ;156A
ORB 95/1052 FROM ELDER
5 7 T 8 -DECKER, C. 0. # 334.055
BLK S HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED $30.32 26
E/2 OF LOT 8 MAP 0156A
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT ONE
PB 2 PG 36 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 9
MAP #109C
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35
IN SECTION 9 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP -#27C
--SINGLETARY J. E. C JOHN PAGE 0 488
BLK 2 KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION $40.01
UNIT CNE PB 2 PG 35
LOT 1
MAP #127C
HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON PLAT ON
CHIPOLA CUTOFF RECORDED ORB
5/504 SECTIONS 17 & 18 T. 4 R .9
id 4 9 -LEMASTERS RONALD L. SR. ET UX S 557
BROG N TO SR R/W FOR POB E 597 $792.30
FT ALG N R/W N TO DEAD LKS WNW
ALG LKS TO CHANNEL OF CHIPOLA R
WSW ALG CHANNEL TO DROG E TO POB
ORB 85/758 MAP 1118B
17 4 9 -KEARNEY, JAMES P. & BETTY J. # 551.050
JIM E. LONG PLAT AS REC-O ORB $87.80
26/71 LOTS 22.23.24.CZS .
ORB 74/599
MAP 0 111. A
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION "
UNIT NO. 1 UNRECORDED
IN SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP 31128
--HOBBS EMORY GAY ET UX 3 585.040
BLK C RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 1 $180.98
LOT 8 ORB 76/1175
MAP 01128
--DUCHENE KENNETH A. ET AL 0 585.080 25
BLK D RED BULL .ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 1 $87.29
LOT 4 ORB 75/1031
MAP' #1128
-RORBINS DUDLEY L WYNELL S 613.010
HLK G RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. I $180.98 36
LOT o ORB 89/75
MAP #112B
RE3 BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION 36
UNIT NO. 2 UNRECORDED
SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 AND
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--FUSELIER DONNA E., 615.010 36
BLK B RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $33.77
LOT 6
MA 094A
--VEAL EDWARD DAN ET UX 617.040
BLK F RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $55.18
LOTS 4 E 5
MAP'0 1128
--MULLINAX ROBERT GERALD f 623.070
BLK L RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2 $31.08
LOT 12 ORB 76/1055
MAP 01128
--BUTLER wALTON S 627.020
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $27.10
ACRE. ADJOINING LOT 18 REC'D
ORB 72/709
MAP U1128
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
UNRECORDED IN US GOV'T LOT 2
FRACTL SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--NORRIS KENDALL A. # 640.131
BLK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3 $306.78
LOTS 7, 8 C 9 ORB 90/187 FR
LAWRENCE
ORB 96/182 CERT. OF TITLE FR
CLERK ORB 96/385

COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
IN SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP #1128'
--KENDRICK. GARY L. 3 642.008
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED $381.72
LOTS 9 C ID ORB 97/683 FR
KENDRICK
MAP #1128B
18 5 9 -MELVIN MURRAY P. C MARY R. 3 709.020
106.25 X 205 FT LOT BEING LOT 1 $35.86
UNRECORDED PLAT UNRECORDED AA
FR HERRING
MAP # 114 B
S18 5 9 -HERRING DEMPSEY 709.040
1C6.25 X 205 FT LOT BEING LOT 3 $35.86
UNRECORDED PLAT
MAP 3 114 B.
18 5 9 -WHITFIELD JOSEPH K. S 718
BEGIN AT THE SEC OF NE/4 OF NW/4 $17.16
C RUN ON S LINE W TO FANNIE LO TH
RUN N C S TO POB ORB 4/268
MAP #1148
18 .5 9 -CAUSEY EDWARD G. S 723.00Z
SORB 81/412 FR EDGAR CAUSEY $30.08
ORB 84/967
MAP #114B
10 5 9 -WHITFIELD JOSEPH K. S 727
IN SWC OF NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D $13.10.
ORB 4/268
MAP #1148
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC. CONSISTING
OF 49 FARM TRACT IN SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST ON
THE WEST SIDE OF STATE RD. 71 3
--ARHELGER .JERRY L. 3 741.007
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS $351.38
FARM 3 6 ORB 78/857
5 AC N/L


MAP 0114C 3
20 5 9 -COKER ROY F. # 756
REC'D ORB 73/663 FR.STEWART $18.54
100 FT BY 100 FT MAP 0114D
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT N3. I PB 2
PG 38 BY JOE T LAND IN SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 WEST. GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
MAP 112C 13
--BARLEY JAMES 0 804
BLK 3 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE $110.47
PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 2 ORB 88/208 FR WARD 13
MAP #112C
--HAND CLARENCE E. E RUTH # 806
BLK 3 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE $36.20 13
PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 6
MAP #112C 13
--HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX # 824
BLK 4 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE $30.08 15
PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP d112C
TWIN LAKES SUBD UNIT 2 PB 2 PG 44
BY JOE T LAND BEING IN SECTION 36 15
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 & SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
MAP 094D & 0112C


--HITFIELO FREDDIE
iLK B CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN LAKES
SUBD UNIT 2 PB 2 PG 44
LOT 4
MAP ;)9'0D
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 3
BY JOE T. LAND UNRECORDED
--FREEMAN. AVID R. ET UX
fLK C TWIN LAKES SUBD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT I ORB 94/574-5
MAP 994D
/29 5 9 -WHITFIELD CHAPLES R. SR.
REC'D DBK 20/313
MAP ;;115A E 132B
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
UNRELORDED SUBDIVISION IN SECT 30
T 5 S R 9 W
5 9 -LORTON GEORGE E E. W. YAND
9R8 17/1052 CROM PIPPIN
DALKEITH SUBO. UNRECORDED IN
StCTION 32 T 5 R 9 WEST GULF CO.
5 9 -HALL JACK L. JR.
NW/4 OF 'NW/4 LYING E. OF SR 381
OR- 57/1030 LESS 4 AC DBK 20/133
TO LILLIE MAE BYRD L LESS 6 AC IN
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 TO JOHN H.
HALL MAP ;;132C
OOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
IN NW/4 OF SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP 5
RANGE 9 C PART OF FRACTIONAL
SECTION 27 TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 9
--TAYLOR JUANITA & JERRY L.
BLK 1 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
LOT 24 ORB 87/958
MAP ;4132D
--HO'iBS VIRGIL K. ET UX
BLK Z DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
LOT 7 ORB 87/973
MAP 1320
--BR3WN EDWARD
BLK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
ORB 91/390 FR GULF CO BEING THAT
PORTION OF RD LYING IN FRONT OF
LOTS 5 & 7
MAP 31320
--BROWN PHYLLIS A.
BLK 5 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
LOTS 4 & 5 LESS RD R/W ORB
79/902
MAP 3132D
5 9 -D'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
PART OF SE/4 & E/2 OF SW/4 LYING
S OF SR 381 & E OF ST. JOE PAPER
CO WATER SUPPLY CANAL ,
MA 31320
6 9 -D'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
ALL W/2 SECT 2 LYING S OF WILLIS
LOG RD LESS 1.398-. AC TO TELE CO
IN ORB 55/25 REC D ORB 68/99
MAP #144
6 9 -D'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
LOT 1 ORIG N/2 OF LOTS 2 & 3
ORIG LESS 7 AC TO PAPER CO & LESS
3 AC TO LANGFORD W OF CANAL
MAP #133
ANUEORA PARK SUBDIVISION
PB 1I PG 10 A SUBDIVISION OF ALL
OF SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 9
6 9 -D'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
THAT PORTION OF W/2 OF SECT II
LYING W OF CO RD ORB 76/845
MAP 3144
3 ,10 -SNELL DONALD E.
REC'O ORB 69/1049 FR SEXTON
BEING PARCEL NO 15
MAP 091A
3 10 -SOWELL JERRY DON
100 FT ON DEAD LAKES 301 FT AV
DEPTH ON IDLEWOOD DR ORB 90/129
FR SPOONER
3 10 -YON ELLIS
208 X 341 FT LOT IN NE/4 OF NW/4
ORB 92/285 FR LAWRENCE
MAP 391
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1I PG 43
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10.
GULF COUNTY
--GATES 4ERRY
BLK I MIDWAY 'PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1 E 2 E ORB 38/641. LESS
1.25 AC OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
ORB 58/678
MAP i 918A
--GATES JERRY
BLK I MIDWAY PARK SUBO PB 1 PG 43
1.25 AC OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
ORB 90/1039 QC FR SUDDUTH 9/82
MAP ;94AA

IJLEWOOO SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
IN SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 15 MAP #91A
--SPANN ANN K.-
BLK 4 IDLEWOOO SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 1
LOT I
MAP #91A
IpLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 1 MAP *91A
--PELHAM CLIFFORD M. ET UX
BLK 5 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
S/2 OF LOT I ORB 84/217
MAP #91A
--PELHAM CLIFFORD M.
BLK 5 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
N/2 'OF LOTS 1 & .2
MAP #91A
3 10 -HUGHES L. R.
PARCEL NO 1 OF HUGHES PLAT
UNRECORDED LESS .S"LY 50 FT TO
BOYD
MAP 391A
3 10 -HANLON JOHN E. & SUE
ORB 85/296 FR J. C.. HANLON
MAP #910
3 10 -LEE BILLY G. ET AL
IN ORIG LOT 7 ORB 81/400 PARCEL

MAP #910
3 10 -LEE,BILLY G. ET.AL
255.50*FT BY 170.49 FT REC'D ORB
RI/400 PARCEL II
MAP S910
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDITION TO
IOLA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 24

--STEWART JACK 0.
BLK 4 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 11
MAP #128B
--TOLBERT JOHN R. E DELLE
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADOON TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO I
LOT ORB 69/219 2 ORB
97/481
MAP # 1288
--TOLBERT JOHN R
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 2
MAP #1288
--LESTER BYRON JETER
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 12 ORB 88/598 FR ROBERTS L.
LESTER
MAP #1288
--PEADEN GREGORY A.
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO VI
LOT 17 ORB 78/270
MAP 1128B
--PEADEN ROBERT E. ET UX
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADON TO [OLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO' 1
LOT 18
MAP 128SB
C. F. HANLON SUBDIVISION NO 1
PB 1 PG 42 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF LOT 7 ORIG IN SECTION 36
TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
MAP ;79l0
-WEST JAMES E. ET UX
BLK A C. F. HANLON SUBO NO 1 PB 1 PG 42
LOT 10 ORB 86/517
MAP #910D
--WEST JAMES E. ET UX
ELK A C. F. HANLON SUBD NO I PB 1 PG 42
LOT 11 ORB 86/517
MAP 3910
--MI'ON P. E.
BLK D C. F. HANLON SUBD NO 1 PB 1 PG 42
LOTS 9 C IO ORB 86/69
MAP ;910D
CENTRAL LANDING SUBO PB 3 PG 4
BEING IN SECTION 36 TOWNSHIP 3
RANGE ID MAP 791D
--ROGERS ELMER E. ET UX
8LK 2 CENTRAL LANDING SU3D PB 3 PG 4
W'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12
MAP 391D
4 10 -HANNERS MARY L.
AREA E BEING TRACTS 6 E 7 STONE CREEK
ACRES UNRECORDED ORB 59/683 C
ORB 59/685 MAP #74

4 10 -CARTER TEDDY LEE C CINDY DEAN
BEING PLOT 33 STONE CREEK ACRES
UNRECORDED UNRECORDED AGREEMENT
FR BROGDON


MAP 074

MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
IN SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
MAP #938
4 10 -ROBERTS HOYD
A 73 FT LOT FRONTING ON DEAD
LAKES FR WHALEY ORB 81/48.0
MAP #93A
4 10 -DANFORU JOE JR. ET UX
RECOD 3RB 46/104 FR THIGPEN
MAP 093A
4 10 -ROBERTS, bOYO
38 FT FRONT ON JEHU ROAD
ORB 94/649 FR WHALEY
4 10 -ROBERTS. BOYD
ORB 96/666 FR WHALEY
4 10 -SIMS. DANIEL & BETTY
100 X 75 FT LOT IN NW/4 OF SE/4
OF SE/4 ORB 94/758 QL FR MEYERS
MAP 75

4 10 -AL KRAFT INC.
DBK 35/13 W 132 BY 330 FT OF LOT
23 ORANGE ACRES
MAP T75


# 916 15 4 10 -SIMS. DANIEL
$122.44 A LOT 50 BY 100 FT
REC'D ORB 94/690 QCO FROM DAWSON
MAP T75
23 4 10 -HILL CHARLIE M.
A LOT 74 X 82 FT FR CLAUDE
LISTER REC'O ORB 80/748. LESS
8 920.002 ORB 87/878 TO GkAY
$35.86 MAP #93C
23 4 10 -GRAY CLARENCE
/ A LOT 74 X 82'FT REC'D ORB 87/878
9 922 MAP 093C
$187.09 C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
FLA UNIT NO ONE' PB 2 PG 33
A SUBDIVISION IN NE/4 OF NE/4 OF
SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 &
SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SECTION 16
a 958 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 MAP 093C'
$18.54 23 4 10 -BECK LEE EST C/O ROBERT JONES
BK 12/592 LESS SOLD TO OTHERS
24 4 10 -BURNS BRADY
S 971 A LOT 177 FT. BY 250 FT. FROM
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PB 1 PG 14 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
MAP S94A
--HURST & ADAMS DRUGS' INC.
MACKS ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB I PG 14
LOTS 26. 27, 28 E 29, LESS N 6 FT
OF LOT 29 ORB 78/64
0 994.007 MAP 094A
$23.18 --CANNING OR. H. B. EST.
MACKS ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB 1 PG 14
3 1002 BEGIN AT SWC OF LOT 32 RUN N 30
$133.46 FT E 83 FT S 30 FT W 80 FT TO BEG
MAP. 94A
--GORTMAN JIMMY 0.
3 1013.020 MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHK4
$23.18 PB I PG 14
LOTS 146 E 147
MAP 394A
LAKESIDE ADDITION PB 1 PG 4
BY E.M. FULLINGTON
#.1016.020 PARTS OF NW1I/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECT
$39.31' 24 T 4 R 10
--WHITFIELD KENNETH
1BLK C LAKESIDE ADDITION PB 1 PG 4
LOTS 11. 12. 13. 14, 15S 16, 17
S 1038 C 18
$289.85 MAP #93D
LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
BY E.M. FULLINGTON PARTS OF
NW1/4 OF SW1/4 -
# 1050 --WHITFIELD JOSEPH kENNETH
$1.132.70 LK 1 LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 2 LESS W 15 FT LOT 3
--CROCKER MICHAEL OSBORNE ET UX
BLK 6 LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
V 1056 LOTS 3 C 4 ORB 87/674 FR JENSEN
$847.26 HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16 A SUB3 UF
PART OF SE/4 OF SECTION 23 & PART
OF NW/4 OF SECTION 25 PART OF
NE/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH RANGE 10 EST, CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
25 4 10 -BROGOON ELLIS DOYLE ET UX
# 1069 REC'D ORt 74/R14 FROM LISTER
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MAP 394A
COLLEGE PARK PB I PG 13"
0 1187.007 A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION
$144.14 25 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--ALLEN, PHILLIP EUGENE
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# 1191.010 ORB 96/995 FROM GLASS
$93.59 RISHES SUBDIVISION
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SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
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$350.43 BLK I RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
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BLK 3 DISHES SUBDIVISION
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CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO 2
# 1238 SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
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LOT 15
HARDENS SUBDIVISION
TO WEhAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
# 1238.001 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
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LOTS 3 & 4
--CAPPS MARY V.
BLK 2 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 17. N1/2 OF 18 ORB 67/1095
BEING A LIFE ESTATE
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
# 1268 TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
$307.13 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
25 4 10 -MUINA GLENDA
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S 210 YDS FOR POB, TH RUN N 70
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# 1304 WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO I PB 3
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GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
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LOT 4
MAP 094C
# 1340.001 WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
7S6.25 A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF NE/4 OF
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KANGE 10
MAP 94B
0 1373.001 --WILLIAMS DAVID ESTATE
$23.51 BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB I PG 3
LOTS 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24
# 1373.020 MAP 0948
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A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS
# 1373.021 23 & 26 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
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MAP #948
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
OF WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
0 1417 SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
30.08 --WARREN NETTLE MRS. HEIRS OF
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& ORB 1/530 FR LESTER
S 1419 36 4 10 -HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
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MITCHELL MANUR .SUBDIVISION
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TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH RANGE 10 WEST.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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$36.72 MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LUT I HOY FRONTAGE
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
0 1431 LOT 2 HWY FRONTAGE .5 AC M/L
565.88 --MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED'
LOT 4 HWY FRONTAGE .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELLMANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
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LOT 8 .5 AC M/L .
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S1437 MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
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--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR.SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 12 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 13 .5 AC M/L
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MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
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36 4 10 -MITCHELL MANOR
THAT PORTION IN MITCHELL MANOR
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MAP S95D
S 1517.125 11 7 10 -HINSON TALLICE
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MAP -101C


"wIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LYING ON EAST SIDE OF SR 71
BEING IN SECTION 11 TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE 10 MAP 101C
0 1637.005
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0 1647 FP STAFFORD
$90.47 MAP #OI1C
--HARPER ROY V. JR. E GLORIA L.
# 1649.020 BLK 4 WIMICO SUbDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
S33.77 LOTS 1 2 ORB 91/624 FR HARPER
MAP #101C
# 1649.040 --DOUDOS GLENN R. JR. E SANDRA I
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# 1729.053 LOTS 7 E 8 AND W/2 OF ALLEY
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HARPtR
MAP *IIC
--DOUDS GLENN R. JR. E SANORA I
S173S5 BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
S32.41 LOTS 15 & 1. AND E/2 OF ALLEY
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MAP #101C


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SECTION 18 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 10
MAP #69B
--ADAMS JOEL DENNY ET UX
BLK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB 2 PG 3
LOT I
MAP S69B
--DOUDS GLENN R. JR.
BLK 4 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I PB 2 PG 3
LOT 3
MAP 698
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
IN FRACTIONAL SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
MAP 072C
--KING WILLIAM G.
BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUDO PB 1 PG 49
LOT 3
MAP #72C
--JOSEPH ROBERT
BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBOD PB I PG 49
LOT 2
MAP 072C
-HESTER DIAMOND
BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1I PG 49
LOT 4
MAP 072C
--WYNN JULIUS
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
LOTS 12 C 13
MAP 072C
MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2
PB 2 PG 28 IN SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
7 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION ORB 88/349 FR
WOODALL ET AL
MAP #71
8 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION ORB 88/349 FR
WOODDALL ET AL
MAP 071
15 4 10 -A E M LAND DEVELOPMENT
ON CU.RD 30 500 FT DEPTH ORB
96/356 FROM WUODMERE JACKSONVILLE
INC. MAP# 90A
.INDIAN LAGOON ESTATES UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF
SECTIONS 15, 16 AND 17 TOWNSHIP 9
SOUTH RANGE 10 WEST, GULF COUNTY
FLORIDA
MAP #90
17 9 1.0 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
N/2 OF N/2 ORB 88/349 FA WOODALL
ET AL
MAP 072
1 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF, SECTION ORB 88/349 FR
WGODALL ET AL
MAP #72
19 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
S19 N OF SR 30 LESS M BAYOU COT.
BEING 33.6 AC ORB 88/349 FR.WOOD-
ALL '& LESS 19.9 AC IN TREASURE
SHORES 1ST ADD UNREC
19 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES E. JR. ET AL
297 FT GULF FRONT M/L S OF SR 30
500 FT DEPTH M/L LESS TO MONEY
BAYOU. LESS TREASURE SHORES SUBD
ORB 88/349 FR WOUDALL ET AL
MAP S72C
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
PB 3 PG ?6
A SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF
FRACTIONAL SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 9
RANGE 10
MAP 072C
--HANCOCK JOHN H. AND
BLK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 ORB 92/413 FR HILTON ET AL
MAO #72C
--SHUMAN JOSEPH L.
BLK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 26 ORB 92/86 FR HILTON ET AL
MAP #72C
--SHUMAN JOSEPH L.
BLK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 27 ORB 92/86 FR HILTON ET AL
MAP S72C
--CARLSON STEPHN STEPHEN C. MARY L.
BLK B TREASURE SHORE SUBDIVISION
LOT 2 ORB 95/270 F-R. HILTON ET AL
MAO 072C
--CARLSON. STEPHEN C A MAYRY L
ELK B TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 ORB 95/Z71 FR HILTON ET AL
MAP S72C
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
BLK B TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 17
MAP 372C
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN
SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH
RANGE 10 WEST, GULF COUNTY
.FLORIDA
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION FIRST
'ADDITION UNRECORDED 136.10 FT
ON C ORD. 30 BEING PROPOSED WELL
SITE .741 AC M/L
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION FIRST
ADDITION UNRECORDED 66 FT
PROPOSED ROAD BEING BETWEEN LOT
I L 2
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION-FIRST
ADDITION UNRECORDED 66 FT'
PROPOSED PARK BEING BETWEEN LOT
15 E 16
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT I BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 240.98 FT
AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 2 BEING 100.B FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RO. 30 264.04 FT
AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION I
UNRECORDED LOT 3 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 276.72 FT
AVERAGE DEOtPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 4 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 289.41 FT
AVERAGE DEPTH
S-HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 6 BEING 100.8 FT
SON CO. RD. 30 313.79 FT AVERAGE
DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 7 BEING 100.8 FT
ON CO. RD. 30 327.18 AV DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT d.BEING 100.8 FT
FRONT ON CO. ROAD 30 339.77 AV
DEPTH
-HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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--HILTON, CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURES SHOkES FIRST ADDITION
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FT FRONT ON CO ROAD 30 365.42 AV
DEPTH
--HILTON, CHARLES L. JR ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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FT FRUNT ON CO RO 30 377.03 AV
DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L*. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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FT ON CO RD 30 386.84 AV DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 16 BEING 100 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 407.81 FT
AVERAGE DETH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
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FT FRONTAGE ON CO, RD. 30 405.46
.FT AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
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FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 402.61
FT AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
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FT AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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DEPTH


--HILTON, CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
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DEPTH
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TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
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DEPTH

20 9 11 -DUFFIN WILLIAM M.
100.56 FT GULF FRONT 100 FT
LAGOON FT M/L 999 FT AV DEPTH
LESS S-30-B 100 FT R/W ORB 85/586
FR GLENN


20 9 10 -DUFFIN WILLIAM M.
101.50 FT GULF FRONT 472 FT
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22 9 10 -ROSASCOE PETER L. ET UX
100 FT GULF FRONT 1033 FT DEPTH
M/L ORB 87/7
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. I
PB 1 PG 48
FRACTIONAL PARTS OF GOVT LOTS I
AND 2 IN SECTIONS 21 E 22

TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
-- MAP 090D
BLK Q l.ears 5A3S BEACH GROUP NO. I
PB I PG 48
LOT 20
MAP 090D
-RAYMER PETER M. JR.
BLK Q INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1' PG 48
LOT 29
MAP 090D
CAMP PALMS SUBO PB I PG 53 A
IN SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
---COOK JOHN F.
CAMP PALMS UNRECORDED 2.68 AC
115 FT FRONT REACH FROM GULF TO
LAGOON
MAP 90OC
12 4 11 -THOMAS RONNIE
REC'D ORB 7/76
MAP #380
SUNSHINE ACRES
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN
SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH
RANGE 11 WEST 4
MAP 042
23 5 11 -CAROFIGLIO GLADYS I. HEIRS OF
REC*O ORB 36/541
MAP 042
31 5 11 -CLAYTON BPOAOCASTING CO.
165 X 2T70 FT LOT REC'O ORB 71/393
MAP 013C
33 5 11 -HOWARD JESSIE W. & SHIRLEY R.
ORB 92/747 FR FLA FIRST NATL BANK
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES PB 3 PG 7
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SE/4 OF
SE/4 OF SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST
MAP 0270
35 5 11 -HOPKINS* JACKIE E ELEANOR
211.57 FT PARCEL ON SR 386 LYING
ADJACENT TO CREEK WOOD SUBD.
UNRECORDED ORB 96/1024 FR
MEXICO BCH CORPORATION INC.
MAPO 43
PHILLIPS SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. I
A SUBDIVISION IN NE/4 OF SE/4 .OF
SECTION 6 E IN NE/4 OF SW/4.OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 11
PB 2 PG 32 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
'6 6 10 -CAMPBELL JAMES W. ET UX
ORB 74/916 FR DAVIS
MAP 0148
5 6 11 -WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR.
BEG AT NEC OF SW/4 OF NW/4 & RUN
S 230 FT FOR POB. TH S 270 FT. TH
W 490 FT. TH N 270 Ft. TH E 490
FT TO POB C ORB 67/354 FR COSTIN
MAP 014A
SUNSHINE FARMS AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION IN SECTIONS 6 C 7
TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 11
MAP I148 & 014C
6 6 11 -JOHNSON, HENpERSON F. C
ALL OF NW/4 OF SE/A LYING N OF 5
AC-TRACT TO BAY CO. ALSO 4.92 AC
PARCEL kEC'D ORB 96/115 FROM
LOVETT MAP 014I
BEACON HILL SUBO PB I PG 2
SE/2 OF LOT 13 ORIGINAL SECTION
30 & LOT 3 ORIGINAL
SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 11
MAP 016C
-HARRELL ROBERT .C 'ET UX
BLK 6. BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 13 & STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13 &
US 98 REC'D ORB 76/224-
MAP U16C




--RANCHO ALGRIA
BLK 14, BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOTS e18 19
--BELL MARY ELIZABETH
BLK 19 BEACON HILL SUBD PB I1PG 2
LOT 20 ORB 89/247 FR OOUGHERTY
MAP 168B
--MARTIN HOWARD L. EDGEPARK
BLK 19 BEACON HILL SUBO PB I PB 2
LOT 15
MAP 0168
--BIGELOW BLAIR C.
BLK 26 BEACON HILL SUBO PB I PG 2
LOTS 1. 3 & 5
MAP 416C
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT ONE
PB 2 PG 46
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF GOVT LOT
13 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH
RANGE 11 WEST MAP 8168
--LARIOS MARGARET
BLK 3 .4AC4N HILL ESTATES UNIT ONE
S,.PSZ- PG 4.6 ...........
LOT' 1I ORB 76/2-51
MAP 0168 "
--SUDDUTH REALTY. INC.-
S31C32 T6 RI! BEING LOTS 7E8 ORIG
IN SEC 31EPORTN IN SEC'32 LESS
GULFAIRE SUED RECOD&UNRECO & LESS,
TRACT A.BS.CLESS PCLS ORB94/499 &
93/2770RB96/1006 QC FR GLF INDIES
COCLESS PORTN IN GULFAIRE TWNHSES
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG'13
A SUBDIVISION IN FRACTIONAL
SECTION 31. TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 11 WEST. GULF.COUNTY.,FLA
MAP 016C
--SUOODUTH REALTY INC.
BLK A GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13
LOT 12
.,MAP 016C
-SUDDUTH REALTY INC.
BLK B GULF-AIRS PB 3 PG 13
LOT .4
MAP'&16C
-TIONGCO IDA M.
BLK C GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13
LOT 2 ORB 77/972
MAP #16C
--*SARMIENTO ALEX P.
BLK C. GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13
LOT 3 ORB 77/968
MAP #16C
GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
P.B. 3 PGS. 30s 31 BEING A
SUBD. OF PART OF SEC 31.
T 6 S* R 11
MAP 0 16C
--SUDDUTH REALTY CO.. INC.
BLK C GULF AIRED SUBD. PHASE II
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BLK C GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
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FLK C GULF AIRED SUBD. PHASE II
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MA U 16C
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BLK C GULF AIRI SUBD. PHASE II
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BLK C GULF AIRED SUBO. PHASE II
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BLK 0 GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
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BLK 0 GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
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7 BLK 0 GULF AIRED SU30. PHASE II
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BLK D GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
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MAP U 16C
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BLK 0 GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
0 3454.020 LOT 21
S85.52 MAP 16C
--SUODUTH REALTY CO. INC
BLK D GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 22
MAP ,16C
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BLK D GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
SLOT 23
MAP U 16C
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U 3489.001 BLKOD GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
S329.01 LOT 25
MAP U 16C
0 3493 --SUDDUTH REALTY CO. INC
775.55 BLEK 0D GULF AIRE SUBDO.PHASE II
LOT 26
MAP 16C
--SUDDUTH REALTY CO. INC
BLK 0 GULF AIRE SUHD. PHASE II
LOT 27
MAP 160C
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BLK 6 GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
S3505 LOT 28
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BLK 0. GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
LOT 29
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'BLK 0 GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
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BLK E GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT S
MAP U 16C
S--SUODUTH REALTY CO INC
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5121.93 LOT 6
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0 3710.005 --SUDOUTH REALTY COD,INC
S49.51 BLK E GULF AIRE SUBOED. PHASE II
LOT 7
3 3MAP 16C
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$59.71 BLK E GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II"
LOT. 8
MAP U 16C
U 3733.010 --SUODUTH REALTY CO. INC
%332.59 BLK E GULF AIRE SUBOD. PHASE II
LOT 9
MAP # 16C
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BLK E GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 10
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g 3752 BLK E GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE II
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BLK E GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 14
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BLK E GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 15
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BLK E GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
0 3799.017 LOT 17
S351.76 MAP 0 16C
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BLK F GULF AIRE SUBOD. PHASE II
0 3798.022' LOT 4
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BLK F GULF AIRE SUED. PHASE II
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BLK G GULF AIRED SUBD. PHASE II
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ESTATE ON E SIDE OF US 98
0 3798.195 MAP 017A
S185.13 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
PB I PG 58 PART OF SECTION 5
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST
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0 3798.215 MAP 17TA
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LOT I
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TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE 11 MAP T17A
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5185.13 LOT I ORB 93/1085 AA FR
COSTIN
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ST. JOSEPH SHARES SUBD PF I PG 36
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5185.13 LOT 2 ORB 76/1129
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--OO CARL DAVID
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0 3799.285 FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
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# 3798.290 RANGE 11
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162 FT TRIANGULAR LOT ON US 98
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*5185.13 ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG 35
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0 3798.310 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 11 WEST
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4 3798.315 LOT 12 ORB 75/693
5185.13 MAP 050A
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0 3799.320 S/2 OF LOT 10.
5185.13 MAP 050A
--MC KELVY POLLY, HEIRS OF
BLK B ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG. 35
0 3798.325 LOT 20
1185.13 MAP O50A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS 1. 2 E 12
0 3798.330 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 11
.$185.13 MAP S50A & #50B
-BROWN WANDA H.
BLK 16 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
# 3799.335 E/2 OF LOT I C N 6 IN OF E/2 OF
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1 MAP #50A
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S185.13 LOTS 18, 20,.22 E 24
MAP #50A
*. -SANDERS HARRY
0 3798.30S BLK 36 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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FR THOMAS, SIMPSON. PEELE
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a 3798.355 -GREGG LYNDA R.
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S18S.13 BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 20 & 22 ORB 72/1069
MAP OSOA
$ 379.365 --DIXON WILLIAM RONALD
518.13 BLK 46 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 8 & 9 ORB 75/784
S3798.370 NAP OSOA
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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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LOT 6
MAP #500
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 359 36, T 7 R 11
--JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SR.
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
N 60 FT OF LOT 1 ORB 75/120
MAP U50A
--GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 2 ORB 75/571
MAP #50A
--GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
BLK 1003 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 31 ORB 83/396
MAP 0508B
-SIMMONS ROY & WILLIE MAE
BLK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 3
MAP OSOA
-HARRIS WILL ESTATE
ELK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 11
MAP U50A
--UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
BLK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 14, 16, 189 20 & 22 ORB
81/711
MAP O50B
--GADSON QUINN CORA LEE EST.
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
N/2 OF LOT 12
MAP 050A
--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S/2 OF LOT 12
MAP #50A
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
PB I PG 33 A SUBDIVISION OF PART,
OF SECTIONS 35 C 36 TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE Ili
--UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
BLK 1007 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG 33
LOT 13
MAP 049D
MILLVIEW ADDITION OF CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE UNIT NO 2
PB 1 PGS 46 C 47
-MARTIN JUANITA ESTATE
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 17
MAP 050A
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BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 19 ,
MAP 050A
--GANT CHESTER JR.
BLK 1019 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4
MAP #50A
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT THREE
PB 2 PG 53
IN SECTION 1 TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH
RANGE 11 WEST
MAP #50A
--THOMAS GEORGE E. & MARY L.
BLK 1021 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 12 & N/2 OF LOT 14 ORB
92/247 FR ST JOE LO C DEV CO
MAP 050A
--WILSON ROBERT L. JR. ET UX
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9 C S/2 OF LOT 7
MAP SOA
-BAILEY CHRISTINE E.
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 6
MAP 50A
OAK GROVE SUBD PB I PG 12
TO' PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 11
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
MAP 1bIA

ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
UNIT ONE PB 3 PGS I C 2
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION
36 TOWNSHIP B RANGE 11
MAP 452D
--ST. JUSEPH BAY ESTATES. INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
UNIT ONE PB 3 PGS 1 L 2
LOT 21
MAP 0520
9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L.* JR. ET AL
S/2, LYING E OF.SR 30 ORB 88/349
FR WOODALL ET AL
MAP 053
1 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L.. JR. ET AL
6S0 FT BAY FRONTAGE LYING W OF
SK 30
2 9 II -HILTON. CHARLES L.. JR. ET AL
FRACTIONAL S/2 & SUBMERGED LO
3RB 89/349 FR WOODALL ET AL
MAP 053
7 9 11 -OWENS W. J. ET UX
LOT 3 FEAGIN PLAT UNRECORDED
ORd 83/44 FR FEAGIN LESS ORB
87/382, ORB 93/565 6 ORB 94/276
MAP 9 18C


THE STAR. THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1985 PAGE THIRTEEN


20 9 11 -AVERY RICHARD JR.
0 4186 110.03 FT GULF FRONTAGE IN TRACT
S 81.72 NO 28 ORB 85/207 AA
581.72 MAP 019D
20 9 11 -AVERY RICHARD JR.
285.33 FT GULF FRONT 711.35 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 85/220 AA, LESS
S429.010 ORB 89/550 AA TO SILVA
5709.27 MAP 19D
6 9 11 -PITTMAN DENNIS WAYNE & LEILA
FT DEPTH M/L OFFICIAL RECORD
BOOK 92 PAGE 171 FROM FLORIDA
TITLE & MORTGAGE
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20, 21
0 425.080 22 LOCATED IN PART OF SECTION
539.86 C1 19 TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH RANGE 11
WEST GULF COUNTY
MAP 019B
--SANCHEZ ROAD INVESTMENT CO.
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 5 2.24 AC ORB 62/743
100 FT GULF FRONT
MAP Z119B
U 4315
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$98.09 SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOTS 6 & 7 200 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 95/679 FR. SOUTHWESTERN FRUIT
CO. MAP 019B
-HORNE. CATHLIN R.
0 4344 SAN BLAS ESTATES PARCEL 0 1 C 3,
U44 094 50.42 FT GULF FRONTAGE BEING A
76.109 PORTION OF LOT 39 OFFICIAL RECORD
BOOK 92 PAGE 585 FROM MCCORO ET
AL
--DEMING J. TOOD ET UK
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 47 1.17 AC 100 FT GULF FRONT
U 4377 ORB B3/706
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MAP 053
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DOkB 88/349 FR WOOJALL ET AL
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MAP 054
14 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L., JR. ET AL
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329.18 FT GOVT LOT 3 N OF CO RD
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22 9 II -G.P.D. INC.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
593.48 FT GULF FRONT 1050 FT AV
DEPTH M/L
U 4721 OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 95 PAGE 204
5305.00 FROM SEASHORE LAND E.OEV. CO.
22 9 11 -G.P.D. IN.
675 FT BAY FRONT 300 FT AV
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U 4788 8 PAGE 212 FROM SEASHORE LAND E
1*,087.79 DEV. CO. *
22 9 11 -G.P.DO. INC.
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5$1935.51 LANDS OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 95
PAGE 212 FROM SEASHORE LAND C
bEV. CO.
23 9 11 -G.P.D. INC.
0 4957 SUBMERGED LANDS ORB 92/346 FR
383.91 KILBOURN OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 95
PAGE 212 FROM SEASHORE LAND
OEV.'CO.
1 4972 24 9 11 -CAMPBELL JAMES P.
.09 n 100.32 FT GULF FRONT' 537 FT
810,09 DEPTH /L BEING LOT I ORE 83/798
FROM COSTABELLA
24 9 11 -FORD MICHAEL
L S059 100.32 FT GULF FRONT 621 FT
$493.04 DEPTH M/L BEING LOT 8 ORB 98/232
FR BLAIR
S5090 24 9 11 -BELMONT GROUP INC.
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I24,408.14 DEPTH.M/L BEING LOT 7 ORB 83/803
FROM COSTABELLA
KI GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION IN FRAC SECTION 24
TOWNSHIP 9 S RANG E 11 RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 25. GULF
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5112.29 --MULTI PROPERTY SERVICES INC.
BLK A GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
LOT 17T ORB 94/41 FR. COSTABELLA
DEV. CORP.
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 5702.001 BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
S79.83 LOT 2
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 5703 BLK 8 GULF PINES-SUBDIVISION
S52.93' LOT 13
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
s 5740 LOT 14
5541.24 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK 8 GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
LOT 15
U 5742 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
S221.29 BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
LOT 16
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
U 5751 BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
5165.32 LOT 17
--CARLILE WELDON 8.
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
U 5776 LOT 22 ORB 97/702 FR COSTABELLA
S231.80 E DV. CORP.
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION
A SUBDIVISION IN FRAC SECTION 24
TOWNSHIP 9 S RANGE 11 W RECORDED
# 5795 IN PLAT ROOK 3 PAGE 29
S126.72 GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
--COSTAdFLLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 26
0 5796
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--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 37

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 5921.001. BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 38
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BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 39
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 40

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BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 44

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 46

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 6028.011 ELK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 48
24 9 11 -HILTON L. CHARLES. JR.
LYING N OF SR 30 ORB 61/472
PARCEL IX
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0 6031.010 WEST GULF COUNTY
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--MARTIN MARY E. ET VIR
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBO PB 3 PG 11 .
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CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23
SUBDIVISION OF GOVERNMENT LOT 1
SECTION I TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 12
GULF COUNTY
MAP 06A


--ELANO LETTIE-
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LOT 8
MAP 06A
0 6249.036 --OUARLES WILLIAM S. III
5S2*99 CAPE BREEZES
BEING LOT 60 IN AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 24 IN BLOCK A


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6/7 5S IOW-KENNER HAMILTON G.
DEB 56/216 423.7 ACRES
7 6 9 -CROOKS GENEVE E. AND
IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING NI/2 OF
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113.35


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113.35







TABLERITE BEEF BONELESS SINGLE PAK


CHUCK ROAST


b.$128


...,RIT (5 Lb oi Mor



USDA CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF $1 99
Cubed Chuck Steak (Fam INElyPak) .........M....... ... Lb.


Comtry Skillet Prodmim Grade
(Faily Pak) SPLIT
FRYER
BREASTS
.$1 19
Ib. &1


Lykes Boneless Dinner Oscar Mayer Oscar Mayer


Lykes Boneless Dinner
PARTY
HAM
HALVES
L$188
Ib. 1


Lykes Market Style Hormnel Center Cut


Lykes Market Style
(Family Pak)
Sliced
SLAB BACON
$128
Lb.


Country Skillet Premium Grade
(Family Pak)
FRYER
WINGS
.490


Oscar Mayer
Thin or Thick
SLICED
BACON
$238
Lb. 2


Hormel Center Cut
SMOKED
PORK
CHOPS
$1z98
I"b. *


USDA Cholice Tablerite Beef
BONELESS (Faminily Pak):
SHOULDER
RO T

Lb. $1


Oscar Mayer
MEAT
WIENERS
Lb.$128
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FRANKS
$178.


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Family Pak
SHOULDER
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Lb.


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MEAT or
BEEF
BOLOGNA
12 $158
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COOKED
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DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


sol Cleaner ... . ........ .
IGASandwich Bags .. ... ........ 2
IGA Tall Kitchen Bags. .............
Maxwell House Instant Coffee. ...........
Dawn Dish Liquid .... .


RICH'S 4
205 Third St. Port St. Joe
. Hwy. 71 Wewahitchka


IGA GRADE A
LARGE
EG B

DOZEN




WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


28s


DL. pj1.98


so. e
30 ct.
8 oz.
22 oz.


Perfection Rice .. .... . . . . 3 Lbs.
Viasic Kosher Dills . . .. 32oz.
Jiestle's Quick Syrup. .. ... .... ... 22oz.
Gulden Brown Mustard ................... 8oz.
RiceA-Roni .............. .... ... ,; Soz.
IGA Macaroni & Cheese Dinners. 3 7 o.
Martha White Corn Muffin Mix......... 4 7 oz.
,eynodJs StanPard Aluminum Foil .. ........ 25'


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1.29
99C
$1.49
11.43
59C
75'
$1.00
$1.00
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BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE PAID
Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD:
MAY 29-JUNE 4, 1985

DOUBLE ISCUTSPCA


IOA
CORN
OR
GREEN BEANS
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TOMATOES.


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California Strawberries.......... p79


pound 89
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Red Ripe Watermelons..


Yellow or White
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. 88


Yellow Onions .... 3poundbag.59
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Fresh Shelled Peas and Butterbeans


Bell Peppers,
Cucumbers, Yellow


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Fresh

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DO A O I III OOK I illnr~ M IIJII U I 1. t''%-A INC







PAGE SIXTEEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1985



College Sounds Out Students


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege wants to know what Gulf


Thanks for

The Lupus Foundation and
Dr. Simpson would like to
thank First Baptist Church,
Oak Grove Assembly of God,
and all the others who
donated to their Yard Sale.

Flower clocks that tell'
the approximate time of
day can be made by plant-
ing flowers that open and
close at certain hours,
such as four o'clock.


FICTITIOUS NAME !
Notice Is hereby given that p1
to Section 865.09, Florida Statu
undersigned person Intends to r
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou
County, Florida, four weeks af
first publication of this notice,
titious name or trade name unde
he will be engaged In business
which said business is to be car
to-wit:
CAPE PLANTATION
P. 0. Box 955
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
Owner: Costin Developme
Corporation


STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that
20th day of December, 1983, .pi
to a Writ of Execution Issued in
cult Court of Gulf County, Florid


County students are thinking.
"We want to be responsive


Your Help

They would also like to
express appreciation to De-
loris Wilder arid Sharon
Dilmore of Tallahassee for
their interesting and infor-
mative presentation at the
last meeting.
Although the June meeting
has been cancelled, those
interested in finding out
about Lupus are invited to
attend the next meeting on
Thursday, July 18.


- Public Notice
Number 80;174 -in the cause of
ursuant WEAVER OIL COMPANY, INC., PLAIN-
tes, the TIFF vs. J. KEITH DAVIDSON, JAMES
register C. MOCK and' NANCY A. MOCK, DE-
urt, Gulf PENDANTS, I, AL HARRISON,
after the SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY,
the fic-' FLORIDA, have levied upon the proper-
r which ty of the defendants, to-wit:
s and in Miscellaneous household items,
rieton, 'dishes, 'decorating household
items, cooking pots' and pans,
ladies and mens clothing.
On the 18th day of June, 1985, at Two
6 O'Clock (2:00)'(EST) In the afternoon at
nt the Gulf South Mini Warehouses No. 8,
at Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer foi
4t5116 sale said properly for cash to lthe
highest bidder, subject to all prior liens,
if any, to satisfy said Writ of Execution.
Is/ AL HARRISON, Sheriff
..Gulf County, Florida
41t5/23
on the ---
ursuant
the CIr- BID NUMBER 304
a, Case The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-


BIBLE STUDY..... ................
MORNING WORSHIP .................
CHURCH TRAINING ..............
EVENING WORSHIP .. ..............
WEDNESDAY ....................;.


DANIEL W.DUNCAN
.Pastor


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P:M.
7;00 P.M.


SMICHAEL HANDY
Minister of Music
& Youth


Retirement Center





AFFORDABLE

PRESIDENTIALL

CARE FORk

THE

ELDERLY






All meals, laundry, linen, personal care services in-
cluded with activities, support and security., For.
more Information call: (904) 526-3191

710 3rd Avenue
Marianna, Florida 32446
904/526-3191


(Continued from Page 13)

MINERAL RIGHTS -


16/17 4S IIW-KENNER HAMILTON G.
THAT PART NORTH OF HWY 22 1/5
INT. OGM 720 ACRES
20 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.,
1/5 INT. OGM ALL OF SECT. EXCEPT
NE 1/4 OF SE 1/4
20 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM RES NE 1/4 OF
SE 1/4
21 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM ALL
25 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM W 1/2 OF E 1/e. W
1/2 SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4
26-29 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
2560 ACRES 1/5 [NT. OGM
32/33 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/ INT. OGM ALL
34 4 11, -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM S 1/2. S 1/2 OF S
1/2 OF N 1/2
35 4 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G..
1/5 INT. OGM NE 1/4, E 1/2 OF
NE 1/4 OF NW 1/4 S 1/2 OF NE 1/4
OF SW 1/4 N 1/2 OF SE 1/4, SE 1/4
OF SE 1/4
36 4 11 -KEINER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM ALL
2 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
1/5 INT. OGM IN S 3/4
3 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
1/5 INT. OGM IN S 3/4
4 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
1/5 INT. OGM IN S 3/4 OF SECT.
9 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
ALL LESS 11.85 ACRES SOLD TO
FLA POWER CO. FOR RWY 1/5 INT. IN
OIL GAS E MINERALS
10 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM ALL
11 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
'1/5 INT. OGM ALL
14 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON G.
1/5 INT. OGM W 1/2 OF W 1/2
E 1/2 OF NW 1/4, NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4
W 1/2 OF NE 1/4
15 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
1/5 INT. OGM
16 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
ALL LESS 24.14 ACRES FPC 1/5 INT.
17-22 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
11 W 3840 ACRES 1/5 INT. OGM
27-33 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
11 3840 ACRES 1/5 INT. OGM
34 5 11 -KENNER HAMILTON
1/5 INT. OGM W 3/4


S39.001
$2.3.64
P 41.001
$20.85
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57.93,
3 ',4.001
$21.80
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$19.03
47.001
566.17
49.001
$36.60
S 51.001b
$16.24
52.001
,.$16.224

# 55.001
$21.80
58.001
$18.10
58.003
518.10
1 63.001
518.10
' 73.001
$21.51

# T7.001
S21.80
# 78.001
$21.80
# 82.001
$15.32


85.001
S21.80
87.001
$21.26
89.001
$95.78
103.001
$95.78
114.002
S18.10


to their needs and offer the
courses they want for the fall
semester 1985," said Bob
McSpadden, vice president
for instructional services at
the college.
McSpadden said .that the
rollpee is alone looking, for
qualified individuals to serve
as adjunct instructors. Appli-
cants generally must have a
master's degree with 18
graduate hours in the aca-
demic area. in which they
would be teaching,
Responses should be called
in to Temple Watson at the
Gulf County School Board at
229-8256.


Is -
,quests bids for repairs and painting of
200,000 gallon water tank. Specifica-
tions may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box 278, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening will be
held June 18, 1985, at 8:00 P.M., EDT, In
the Municipal Building at the Regular
Meeting of the City Commission.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: Is1 L A. FARRIS,
City Auditor-Clerk ,

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
'NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
8th day of April, 1985, pursuant to a
Writ f Execution issued in the County
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Case
Number 85-42 In'the.cause of DANIELS
SERVICE CENTER, PLAINTIFF, vs.
WILLIE 0. JONES, DEFENDANT, I, AL
HARRISON, SHERIFF OF GULF COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, have levied upon the pro-
perty of the defendant, to-wit:
One 1976, 2 door, Buick, Maroon
color, title number 15852776, tag
number 814DAE, vehicle Identifica-
tion number 4D37H6Z111403
On the 20th day of June, 1985 at Two
O'Clock (2:00) (EST) in the afternoon on
the steps of the Gulf -County Court-
jhotse, Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer
for sale said property for cash to the
highest bidder, subject to all prior liens, .
If anty, o satisfy said Writ of Execution.
/s/ AL HARRISON, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida
4t5123

NOTICE
The Gulf County School Board will
receive sealed bids until 3:00 P.M.,
E.D.T. on Friday, May 31,1985 In the of-
fice of the Superintendent of Schools,
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456 for the sale of the following
surplus Items:
Nissan Cable Bars
Elementary Bars
GMR SpringBoard
Vaulting Box
Elementary Vault,
:6 Folding Blue' Mats.
4 Folding Blue and White Mats
Nissen Pommel Horse
Red Mini-Tramp
Ruther Board
Bid forms are available in the Super-
Intendent's Office In the Courthouse.
Interested persons may contact Tem-
ple Watson at the same address or
telephone 229-8256 or 639-2871. The
Items may be seen by appointment on-
ly. .
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
2t5123

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to, Setion 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person' intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks. after the
first publication of this notice, the fic-
titious name or trade name under which
he will be engaged in business and in
which said business is to be carried on,
to-wit:
CAPE PLANTATIONS
1381 Cross Creek Way
Tallahassee, Florida 32301.
SOwner: Co'stin Development Corpora-
tion '.
4t 5/9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 85-11
JIM WALTER HOMES; INC.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT LOYD JONES and wife,
DELORES A. JONES, and FLORENCE
McNEALEY, '
Defendants.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 21st day of May, 1985, and entered.
In Case No. 85-11 of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the above
styled cause, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the front
door of the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.-on
the 14th day of June, 1985, the follow-
ing described property, in Gulf County,
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-
wit: '
Commence at the Northwest cor-
ner of NW'/ of NW, Section 23,
Township 4 South, Range 10 West,
thence run East 402 feet to the Old
Panama City Wewahitchka Public
road; thence In a Southeasterly
direction along the Southerly side
of said public road 647.4 feet;
thence run South 250 feet for a
point of beginning, thence West 75
feet, thence South 237'/ feet,
thence East 75 feet, thence North
237V/ feet to the point of beginn-
ing. All In the NW'A of NW/ of
Section 23, Township 4 South,
Range 10 West, Gulf County,
Florida.
DATED this 22nd day of May, 1985.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT,
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk


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Performs 3-Act Farce


The Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School's Chi Drama Club performed a
farce in three acts, "No Boys
Allowed", at the Port St. Joe
Elementary School' Auditorium May
17. ,
Written by Jean Provence, the
-play allowed the drama club to
experience a different kind of produc-
tion than those presented earlier this
year.
Since there were more students
than there were roles, a different cast
was used for both performances.
The roles were as follows: Rita
Baxter; Laurie Butts and Lee Miller;


Jane Baxter: Sharon Moore; Vikki:
LeAnna Rudd and Christy Arthur;
Fred Dana: Jim Norton; Leroy
Doyle: Jay Rish; Edwina Cook:
Nancy Stoutamire and LaShune Les-
lie; Belinda Elliot: Kathy Carrillo and
Tonya Peak; Nada Owens: Crystal
Dean and Kim Washington; Patsy
Farrel: Kim Emfinger and Jeri
Wilder; O'Brien: David Anderson;
Ketih Graland: David Bragdon; Har-
vey Smith: Tracy Browning; Mrs.
Dana: Alicia Mongold and Jennifer
Parrish; Mr. Midnight: Tim Wilder.
Both performances, morning and
afternoon, were played to a packed


Quota Hunt Permits Go


On Sale Sat., June 1.


Quota hunt applicat-
tions for the 1985-86 hunting
season will be accepted by
the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission beginning
Saturday, June 1.
If last year is any indica-
tion, an estimated 30,000
applications will stream into
the Tallahassee office of the
Commission between June 1
-and 4:30 p.m., June 10, the
last day to be included in the
random selection of permits.
Why the big surge? Eddie
White, quota hunt coordina-
tor for the Commission, said
last year 58 of the 65 special
hunts and 23 of the 56 regular
hunts filled during the ran-
dom selection.'
"This year, the Commis-
sion has added 16 new hunts
to the quota hunt program",,
White explained. "Sports-
men will have 134 hunts to
choose from, and at least. 60,
percent of those hunts will fill
during the random selec-
tion."
Special hunt applications
previously have been avail-
able from the Commission
offices only. This year,
sportsmen can obtain both
special and regular nine-day
quota hunt applications at
county tax collectors' offices
or their subagents the same
day 1985-86 hunting licenses
and wildlife management
area stamps go on sale, June
1. A wildlife management
area stamp must be pur-
chased prior to submitting a
quota hunt application.
All applications received
between June 1 and June 10
will be 'included in the
random selection. After June
10, any quota permits re-
maining will be issued on a
first-come, first-served basis A
as applications are received
from a postal delivery 'ser-
vice.
Anterless deer permits will
be available again this fall
for several wildlife manage-
ment areas and White urged I
that any hunter interested
should be sure to read the
instructions on the applica-
tion form. To be eligible for
the anterless deer drawing,
applicants must submit their
applications prior to June 10.
"We predict that between
70,000 and 75,000.hunters will
apply for nine-day or special


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

319 Sixth St, Highland View
"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL..... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
PASTOR C. W. WHITAKER


quota hunt permits this year", he said.



HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . . 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday)............ 6:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


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house.
The Chi Drama Club produced a
musical variety show, a 'Christmas
program, a three-act play, 'and a
mock disaster exercise at' their four
major projects of the year.
To celebrate their successful
performances, the Chi Drama Club
held a banquet on 'May 27 at Gulf
Sands Restaurant. Their sponsor,
Mrs. Margaret Key Biggs, presented
them with certificates of award.


Ends Course 0

As Natl. Guard
Army National Guard Pvt.
James E. Winfield, Jr., son of
Dorothy J. Massey and
grandson of Annie M. Mc-
Ghee, both of Apalachicola,
has completed a unit and
organization supply special-
ist course at the U. S. Army
Quartermaster School, Fort
Lee, Va.
Students were trained in
the Army supply system, unit
and organization supply, fit-
ting of clothing, packaging
and storing of supplies, and
organizational maintenance
of small arms.

Michael Kell

ETSU Graduate
East Texas State Univer-
sity graduated 562 students in
Commencement Exercises
May 11.
W. Garland Button, a form-
er vice president of Texas
Power and Light and a
recently retired member of
the ETSU Board of Regents,
spoke for the graduating
class.
Receiving his BBA degree
'was Michael Wallace Kell of
Port St. Joe.

"'Tis an ill cook. that cannot
lick his own fingers."
Shakespeare


SALE OF

USED VEHICLES

St. Joseph Telephone &

Telegraph Company
-will sell the below listed vehicles:


1978 CHEV. NOVA 4-D sedan, V-8, lp
no. 1X69U8T195261, vehicle no. 124,
59,111 miles, with a/c, a.t.,'p.s., p.b.


1979 FORD CARGO VAN ,/ ton I.d.
no. E24HHFE3102, vehicle no. 233,
107,157 m iles .......................

1980 FORD ECONOLINE 100 ton
van, i.d. no; E04EBHG1612, vehicle no. 1550
241,85,360 miles ....................

1979 FORD ECONOLINE E250
CARGO VAN 3/4 ton, i.d. no. E24HHFE3104, $150
vehicle no. 227,111,425 miles ... ......50


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Complex located on First Street
tfc 5116


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