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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 18, 1989
Frequency: weekly
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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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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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THE


STAR


250 Per Copy


Tuition


Program


Begins

'89 Grads Get
First Benefits
After nearly four years of
planning and ironing out prob-
lems, a double-barrel scholar-
ship program fires its first bar-
rel this year, with 1989
graduating seniors in line for
at least some aid in attending
college.
David Eardmann, who has
been leading a team of experts
in coming up with a program
which would help but keep
alive the competitive effort in
securing college tuition financ-
ing, was in Port St. Joe Mon-
day to put the initial scholar-
ship program into motion and
deposit the first check for
$4,000 to pay for tuition
grants.
The grant this year isn't all
that large, but according to
Helen Ramsey, school district
staff liaison with the program,
"It's more than we had last
year."
The $4,000 investment is
just one part of the scholar-
ship program and will not be
available to students attending
college until after their first se-
mester, around February of
1990.
Ramsey said, "The stu-
dents must remain in school
for a semester, make passing
grades and then make applica-
tion for their share of the mon-
ey in February. It will not be
divided up, automatically, be-
tween all Gulf County stu-
dents attending .pollege.-They.
must apply for the funds."
Ramsey went on to say the
division of the original $4,000
deposit will be a one-shot dis-
persal. "A student cannot de-
pend on getting a portion of
this money except for his first
year in college."
The School Board repre-
sentative said the state will
throw in $2,500 to the fund
this year, making a total of
$6,500 available. "Next year,
we have been given reasonable
assurances there will be at
least $10,000 available from
the scholarship program and
another $10,000 from the
state of Florida.
PLAN TWO
The second scholarship
plan, which begins operation
with the 1990 graduating
class, offers more to the gradu-
ating student, but it puts a few
strings on the student as well.
Actually, the potential col-
lege student bf 1990 gets a
double shot at college tuition
funds. He is eligible for a divi-
sion of the one year funds
available at the time, as well
as aid from Plan Two.
In Plan Two, a student will
receive direct aid from the Jes-
sie Ball duPont Religious,
Charitable and Educational
Fund, who is funding both
programs. The amount of the
aid is to be determined by the
family ability to pay [deter-
mined by a questionnaire] and
aid offered by his college. The
scholarship fund will pay the
difference needed by the stu-
dent for tuition and books.
Ramsey was unsure
whether this was a year-to-
year program or if it was in ef-
fect for the full term of the stu-
dent's college tenure.
The "string" attached to
this scholarship fund is that
the student must attend one of
61 universities across the na-
tion, who receive direct aid
from the duPont estate. These
colleges contain most of the
leading universities in the na-
tion as well as 10 universities
in Florida.
Barbara Shirley-Scott, re-
tired Gulf County school ad-
ministrator, is the local College
Counseling Project coordina-
tor, but was out of town this
week, and unavailable for com-
ment.
Ramsey said plans are for
this to be only the beginning of
greater encouragement for
Gulf County students to at-
tend college, by assuring them
at an early age there is a way
to go if they begin making
plans in that direction.


WWP Well Is



Sucking Sand

Commission Starts Plans


Clint Campbell is presented the Boy
Scout award for lifesaving by Lake Sands
District scout executive, James Clark, as


his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Campbell
proudly watch. Scoutmaster Bob Bearden
is shown looking on.


Scouts Honor Troop Hero


Port St. Joe's Troop 47, Boy Scouts of
America has its own genuine hero after Court
of Honor ceremonies Monday evening in the
Centennial Building.
Clint Campbell was presented with a Life-
saving award by the Lake Sands District for
his actions in saving the life of a Boy Scout
from drowning at Camp Euchee, near DeFuni-
ak Springs last summer.
The award was presented to Clint by James
Clark, a Scout executive with the Lake Sands
District in a surprise presentation Monday.
Clint didn't know he was to receive the award,
but his parents did.
Clark said the Lifesaving award was ap-
proved by the national Scouting organization
and was the first such award given in the Lake
Sands District in more than 30 years.
Campbell was competing in a swimming re-
lay activity at the summer camp last year,
when he noticed a Scout near him in trouble in


the lake at the camp. He immediately aban-
doned his place in the competitive event and
came to the aid of the Scout, helping him to
shore and safety. Adult leaders at the camp felt
the young boy would have drowned if Clint had
not helped him to shore.
Clint is in his second year with Troop 47,
and is a Patrol Leader with the group, accord-
ing to Bearden. "He's one of our more active
Scouts, taking part in everything we have to of-
fer," he said.
Clint was presented with a handsome metal
embossed plaque'for hanging on the wall of his
room and a pin to wear with his uniform.
Clark said investigation has not yet been
successful in identifying the boy who was
drowning but said, "If and when we can suc-
cessfully identify him, there will be another
award for Clint for his actions."
The Boy Scouts have been sponsored in
Port St. Joe since 1941 by the Rotary club.
.. ..


for $85,000
Someone said if you must
ask the price of keeping a race
horse, you can't afford one. The
City Commission has learned one
can confidently offer the same
advice about a waste water treat-
ment plant.
After spending move than $1
million last year in changes, test-
ing and engineering; after begin-
ning work on a $1.5-plus million
electric generation plant at the
direction of DER this year; after
spending a quarter million dol-
lars repairing an unexpected leak
in the forced main carrying efflu-
ent to the plant early this year
and launching into an emergency
project of replacing the aging
pipeline, another expensive prob-
lem surfaced this week to cause
the Commission to scratch its
collective heads and get out the
old pocketbook again.
Tuesday night, plant superin-
tendent Larry McArdle an-
nounced that a at a water well sup-
plying operation water for the
plant at the rate of some 300 gal-
lons per minute, has gone bad af-
ter 15 years of round-the clock
service.
"Our well is sucking sand
and is ruining our pump to the
tune of some $12,000 a year,"
McArdle said. He reported it was
only a year ago the pump was re-
built for the same problem and
now, the pump is out again.
McArdle said he had secured
some information on the matter
and has learned, that in addition
to the $12,000 repair job to the
pump, it will cost some $28,000
for an operation which MAY stop
the sand infiltration to the pump
in the 600-foot-deep well. "It'll
cost us about $45,800 to put the
well back into operation and then
we won't know if we've stopped
the sand or not," McArdle said.
McArdle said another alterna-
tive is to drill a new well at an es-
timated cost of about $85,000
and plug the old one. If a new


Replacement
well is drilled, McArdle recom-
mended a 12 inch shaft be sunk
to replace the present eight inch
installation.
"The present well is rated at
500 gallons per minute and we're
pumping only 300 and getting
sand. We need, right now, 300
gallons per minute," the superin-
tendent said.
So the Commission will take
the sure route and begin the pro-
cess of securing bids on installa-
tion of a new, 12-inch well at the
plant.
BUILDING PROBLEMS
Buddy Bridges, a resident of
Eighth Street, came to the Com-
mission Tuesday night, asking
what he had done wrong, in
building a tool shed in his back
yard. Bridges said he had gone
through the procedure of secur-
ing a building permit, built his
building as designed for the se-
curing of a permit and is now re-
ceiving complaints.
'The building is well con-
structed and looks good. It cer-
tainly looks better than the tool
shed I had previously. Why am I
getting complaints?"
On questioning, Bridges re-
vealed the building was five feet
from his rear and side property
lines, "Just as it was approved on
my building permit."
The Commission advised
Bridges that was the source of
his complaints. The zoning ordi-
nance for his area called for a 15
foot setback of buildings.
I -Bridges said he had a build-
ing permit giving him permission
to build within five feet of his
property line and now the build-
ing was built.
The Commission said they
would find out why a permit with
such an error was issued and in
the meantime would go through
the procedure of approving a zon-
ing variance for Bridges.


County Schools Graduate 147 Seniors


Graduation exercises will be-
gin in Port St. Joe High School
Sunday evening, with Baccalau-
reate services, in the Coliseum at
8:00 p.m.
Rev. Chester Middleton, pas-
tor of the Pentecostal Holiness
Church on Garrison Avenue, will
deliver the Baccalaureate ad-
dress.
Dr. Elmer Braden, pastor of
the Presbyterian Chuch will give
the invocation and Rev. Jerry
Huft, pastor of St. James Episco-
pal Church, will give the benedic-
tion.
The Port St. Joe High School
band, under the direction of La-
mar Weathermon, will provide
the music for the services and
Mary Lou Sewell will sing.
GRADUATION
Monday evening, the Coli-
seum will again be the setting, as
Superintendent Walter Wilder
presents diplomas to 100 gradu-
ating seniors, including four with
high honors and 18 receiving
honors.
High honor graduates of the
class will be speaking during the
ceremonies. The speakers will be
Michael Ramsey, Hilda Cosme,
Lance Campbell and DeWana
Davidson.
Other graduating seniors tak-
ing part on the program include
Cy Riley, who will give the invoca-
tion; Pledge, Hannon Smith;
president's address, Mickey Lew-
ter, and benediction, Thomas

Adult School
Exercises Tuesday
Gulf County Adult School
Graduation exercises will be held
Tuesday evening, May 23, at 8:00
p.m., E.S.T., in the Port St. Joe
High School Coliseum. Diplomas
will be presented by Mr. B. Walter
Wilder, Superintendent of Gulf
County Schools. The speaker of
the evening will be Reverend Ho-
ward Browning. Everyone is cor-
dially invited to attend.


High Honor Graduates Speaking at County Commencement Exercises


LANCE CAMPBELL
.. .With High Honors
Sanders.
Graduating with honors this
year will be Stacy Lynn Barnhill,
Karl Christopher Bowen, Kevin
Ray Cox, Yolanda Natasha Dan-
iels, Timothy Gary Davis, J. Lee
Johnson, Stacy Lynn Kemp, Mi-
chael Kesley Lewter, Margaret
Christine Maige, Tracy Michelle


HILDA COSME DEWANA DAVIDSON
..With High Honors ...With High Honors


Melvin, George Edward Newsome.
Judson Lee Pollock, Laura Lynn
Ridgley, Cyrus Lee Riley, Jr.,
Hannon Capp Smith, Pauline Mi-
chele Taylor, Robert John Van
Pietersom and Christopher Shane
Wahl.
Principal Edwin Williams will
present the class to the audience.


AWARD PRESENTATION
Sixteen different civic groups.
industries, organizations, philan-
thropists and educational organi-
zations will be offering awards
during the presentation portion
of the program.
Making the award presenta-


WHS Graduating F


Wewahitchka High School
will present diplomas to 47 grad-
uating seniors Friday night, in
ceremonies to be held in the
school gymnasium. The exercises
will begin at 8:00 p.m., CDT.
Two of the three high honor
graduates of the school will be
giving the graduation address
during the program. Kristin Tot-
man and Sonjia Williams will
speak. The third high honor grad-


uate, to be honored later in the
ceremony, is Sebrina Ann McGill.
The exercises will begin with
the traditional "Pomp and Cir-
cumstance". Richard Armstrong
will give the invocation. Billy Pe-
terson will lead the audience in
repeating the pledge to the flag.
Scott McLemore will give the wel-
coming address and special mu-
sic will be provided by Kim Bol-
ten.


Almee Lister will give the sen-
iors' Farewell address. Rhonda
Bloodworth will lead the class in
singing their Alma Mater and Pa-
tricia Whitfileld will pronounce
the benediction.
AWARD PRESENTATIONS
Seventeen students will re-
ceive awards and scholarships
during the ceremony to be pre-
sented by various civic, industrial


MICHAEL RAMSEY
-..With High Honors
tons will be Alden Farris, Harry
Lee Smith, Dr. Robert King, Louis
Parker, Debbie Butler, Chris Ear-
ley, Rocky Comforter, Minnie
Likely, Ollie Stutzman, Edwin
Williams, Lewanna Patterson,
David Garrett, Sgt. Aubrey Gar-
rett, James Hanlon and Walter
Wilder.




oiday

and educational organizations.
Presenting the awards will be
David Garrett, Charles Cleckley,
Betty Owens, Eddie Belle White,
Amelia Tapper, Debra Betts. Tom
Collins, Brenda Tinnin. Andy
Weckherlin, Bruce Breegle, Shar-
on Gaskin, Betty Holloway, David
Bidwell and Nathan Peters.
Superintendent Walter Wilder
will present the diplomas to the
graduating seniors.


USPS 518-880


FIFTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 38


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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1989











THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1989


Editorials and Comments


15 Days

to Clean Up or Pay Up

There are times when we just can't argue with the Depart-
ment of environmental regulation. We can disagree with them
for being demanding in areas where we feel they should use a
little more reason and what, for want of a better term, we iden-
tify as "common sense". But at times they have us nailed good
and we deserve their harsh letters and threats of fines and en-
forcement action.
The latest such action by DER happened this past week
when they wrote the County Commission, pointing out the
sloppy housekeeping at the Honeyville solid waste dump sites.
According to the warning, the waste wasn't all dumped into the
trailers provided for that purpose. In fact, according to the
DER, who inspects such things, the slovenly condition of the
trailers has become a constant problem.
The DER points an accusing finger at the county and lays
the blame on the Mosquito Control Department; the ones
charged with operating our solid waste disposal in Gulf County.
"Clean it up and keep it clean," DER says, "or we'll be down
on you like a duck on a June bug," or words to that effect.
Of course, it isn't lack of effort by the Mosquito Control De-
partment or failure to mandate the proper actions by the
County Commission which has gotten us on the wrong side of
DER in this particular instance. If there were no such thing as
DER in the state of Florida, the Honeyville dump site--or any
other dump site in the county-shouldn't be messy enough to
attract unusual attention.
The people who use the Honeyville site are responsible for
this latest citation from DER. They really ought to be ashamed
of having been so messy they would draw official complaint of
the condition of the area. They really ought to have more pride
than that. If it cost money to dump, maybe we could under-
stand the situation better. But getting the service for no extra
charge should take away all excuses for being slovenly.
Others in the county should't sit back smug-like and ha-
rump at the people of Honeyville. There isn't a dump site in the
county which could pass the white glove test.
The county has 15 days to clean up the mess people have
made at Honeyville. It's a pity that deadline can't be passed on
to the one or ones who caused the warning.


I Hunker Down With Ole Kes A


'It's My Party, I'll Cry If. I Want To"


"What are you going to do af-
ter graduation?" Ricky asked.
"I don't know," I paused, "I
ain't thought much about it."
We all reflected on how little
thought we'd given to what we
were going to do with the rest of
our lives, then Yogi broke the si-
lence. "I tell you one thing I'll be
glad to get out of this prison."
'Yeah, and away from Warden
Johnson."
'You know, someday I'd like
to be his principal for a day. I'd
call the old man in and make him
wait outside my office by Miss Pe-"
nick's desk." We all knew what
Ricky was saying.
'We could have some guys
screaming and yelling in the of-
fice," Yogi was getting into it.
"After the screaming stopped
we could have'em carried out on
a stretcher with Doctor Holmes
walking along side looking real
worried."
'We'd let the warden stew on
that for a few minutes, then we'd


buzz Miss Penick on the inter-
com, 'Send in the next victim"
Yogi, who could talk just like
him, leaned forward over our
lunchroom table and tilted his
head downward as if peering over
his glasses, "Oh, it's you again,
Johnson, that's the fourth time
this week. You know what that
means! Miss Penick, bring in my
machine gun."
We all got a good laugh over
that one. Graduation was just a
week away. It seemed like we'd
been going to this school all of
our lives. And you know, when
you think about it, we had. Now
don't get me wrong, I didn't like
school. But I knew what to expect
each day. I had a place I was sup-
posed to be and a routine that I
was very familiar with. My par-
ents haed about college.
The teachers were always talking
about "going on", "working hard"
and "making something out of
yourself'. That was easy for them
to say, they'd already done it. I


wasn't so sure .... .We made fun
of this place all the time because
that's what you are supposed to
do but you know what I felt
safe here. Of course there's no
way I could tell the guys that.
"Kes, what are you studying
on so hard?"
"Oh, nothing. I was just
thinking in one more week it will
all be over. NEVER again will the
warden slip up behind me and
say 'Colbert, the tardy bell rang
one minute ago: Are you majoring
in hall walking? Move it, move it!"
"And we won't have to eat this
green stuff anymore. Have you
noticed we always have it the day
after they cut the grass?" Yogi
said it like it was the worst thing
in the world but I could tell he
was going to miss it.
We had another period of si-
lence, then Ricky said, 'You
know, Miss Polly's not bad. I
didn't know 'Macbeth' from a hole
in the ground but she got me
through it. She told me I was go-


By
Kesley
Colbert

ing to pass her alass and gradu-
ate on. time whether I wanted to
or not."
'You sure don't forget people
like her."
"And you know, Coach Givens
shouted and yelled at us all sea-
son but in the locker room, after
the last game, when he was
thanking us for how hard we
worked and for all we had given, I
swear I thought he was going to
cry."
'You don't suppose those
teachers actually liked us, do
you?"
'Well, there's one thing I
know for sure, we,all know a heck
(See KESLEY, Page 3)


No Good Time.


. *


The Gulf County Commission couldn't have looked for and
found a worse time to choose to levy an extra gasoline tax for
the purpose of repai-ing our roads.
We favor the levy of the tax for the purpose stipulated by
the Commission and by the two cities in our county. We need
the roads and If we're going to keep the roads, we're going to
have to pay for them. With our present tax structure in the
state of Florida, it isn't fair to expect the ad valorem tax payers
to bear the load.
But the suggestion has come at a period of time in which
the Florida Legislature seems determined to attach a fee or
charge a "small tax" to everything from tossing a piece of cut,
mullet on: a hoiokinto the Bay to drawing a drink of water from
' a water tap. There is hardly a day passes but what we pick up
the papers and read of another fee or added tax suggested by
some member of that hollow body [no, we didn't mis-spell "hal-
lowed"]; It may not turn out that way, but it certainly doesn't
look now like this will be one of those 'no new taxes' years.
In this kind of climate, the Gulf county government must, of
necessity, levy a special gasoline tax to provide services we can
receive in no other way.
Even with the additional tax threat from many other direc-
tions, there still seems to be no appreciable objection to the
special levy here in the county. We believe the acceptance of
the tax is because the Commission has let be known there is a
definite need and this is the only way to fix it. The people know
where the money is going.
The special tax will all be spent in the county and will not
take a "scenic tour" of Tallahassee or Washington where a por-
tion could be siphoned off to pay for fiscal services..The other
good thing about this particular service is that we can look the
guys who made the promises right in the eye and dare him to
change directions after that money starts coming in, like law-
makers are trying to do with the lottery income.


ETAOIN SHRDLU


Like Everything Else.


BY: WESLEY R RAMSEY


. .Graduation Ceremonies Have Changed


"POMP AND CIRCUM-
STANCE", mortar boards and
gowns, gifts, congratulations,
tears, elation, jumping for joy
and all that stuff go along with
this time of the year.
It's graduation time again.
Our children will be marching
down the long aisle on each side
of the basketball court in the Col-
iseum and taking their seat in
front of a stage full of solemn
school and civic leaders to hear
their last charge and indulge in
their last pep rally before step-
ping out into what we adults
haughtily call, the real world.
The "real world" is where you
buy your own food, iron your own
clothes, get yourself up in the
morning in time to make your job
on time and the world where you
decide that ten bucks in your
wallet would be better spent for a


few groceries, or maybe a new
shirt, rather than for going out
on the town for the night.
Selecting values comes jolt-
ingly to the forefront of priorities
of things we must do in that fa-
bled real world.
To make a long, stuffy mes-
.sage short, things will be differ-
ent from now on.
One way or another.
I'M NOT REALLY trying to
scare the graduates who will be
taking that long, slow walk Mon-
day night, but I'm glad I'm not
just starting out in life at this
point in the century. Mind you, I
wouldn't mind being 18 years old
again, but I don't think I could
make it through another seige
like I have been through for the
past 43 years.
I can see where it would be
scary being shoved out into a
world where it costs $50,000 to
purchase a starter home and a


hamburger costs a minimum of
$1.25.
It wasn't near as scary back,
in 1946 when a hamburger cost
only 15* even if I didn't have
15t every day of my life in those
times: and $40.00 a month
would rent you a pretty fair
apartment.
But those days are gone and,
I guess, best left in the past.
The night I graduated, I had
the privilege of driving the -one
car in our family for the evening.
It was mine for the night. I didn't
have my own wheels, except for
the bicycle which I always parked
in the small breezeway between
the garage and the house. For a
buck I could buy nearly five gal-
lons of gasoline and that was
enough to ride for all the time I
* was allowed to roam at night and
still leave a portion of my dollar's-
worth of gasoline in the car for
the next morning.
There was no possibility of


staying out to the wee hours of
the morning. If I had stayed out
all night long or traipsed off to
Panama City after the graduation
ceremony was over without get-
ting the permission of Momma
and Daddy, things would have
gotten tough around, our house.
If I stayed out all night long, as
some of them do today, my par-
ents would have sent the police
looking for me to bring me home.
Most parents, back in 1946,
were just like mine. They had one
car to share with their graduat-
ing off-spring and they expected
him or her to come home at a
sensible hour, even if it was grad-
uation night.

WHEN YOU GET right down
to it, back in 1946 there wasn't a
whole, lot for an adventurous
graduating senior to do. There
were no convenience stores stay-
ing open until midnight, or all


night long. There were no pizza
huts. There were no bowling al-
leys. There were no Project Grad-
uations.
Occasionally there .would be
someone in the class whose fami-
ly owned a beach house and we
would gather there after the cere-
mony for a couple of hours of
sandwiches, punch, unwinding
and maybe dancing to a radio or
record player.
Everything shut down shortly
after dark back in 1946. The only
things open later were the Port
Theater which closed about 10
p.m., and the White Spot drive-in
which usually closed About the
time the Port Theater did.
The high-light of graduation
time back in 1946 was the "pro-
gressive dinner" which the par-
ents gave the students a night or
two before the cereriony. At the
progressive dinner we went to
one house for appetizers, then to
another for the main course and


to another for dessert and so on.
There were only 22 of us back in
1946, so it was no real big deal to
prepare for us.
The kids today miss such get-
togethers which we thoroughly
enjoyed. It could be because
there were so few things vying for
our attention, but we enjoyed
and looked forward to them.
We wouldn't have dreamed of
missing our Jr.-Sr. prom and
banquet. I remember, in my jun-
ior year, I left a stay in Municipal
Hospital with a kidney infection
one afternoon and went to the
banquet that night. It was just
that important to all us grads.

PASSING FROM STUDENT
to adult is a major step. It can be
joyous and memorable or it can
be tragic and scary.
I'm Just sad the kids today
don't have the thrill of passage
which we experienced in 1946.


St. Joseph Bay Tide Table
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 18 9:19 a.m. H 1.4 7:45 p.m. L -.1
SMay 19 9:51 a.m. H 1.6 8:24 p.m. L -.2
May 20 10:27 a.m. H 1.7 9:02 p.m. L -.3
May 21 11:05 a.m. H 1.8 9:48 p.m. L -.4
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Shad


Phantry
By Wendell Campbell


Take Me to the Prom

"The prom dress, with black and white ruffles to match the
ballroom decorations, went back to the store after the prom, but
the $26 shoes could not be returned. The Mangrums also de-
manded $23 for the lairdo and 53 cents for the flowers in the
teenager's hair."
This is but one paragraph from an article I read this week
about a "Prom date lawsuit".
The dastardly deed was done in West Palm Beach, Florida,
by a lad named, of all things, Marlon Shadd; no relation to Shad
Phantry, thank you.
Mr. Shadd, it seems, done stood-up one Tomontra Man-
grum, a shy, fifteen-year-old prom queen, or something like
that.
Anyway, Marion done asked Tomontra to accompany him to
the prom but in the meantime he done broke the tibia in his an-
kle leading to his break-dance foot. He felt soooo bad!
Mrs. Joan Bryant says that her 17-year-old son done told
Tomontra he couldn't go break-dancing at the prom and the
deal was off, but Tomontra's mom, Valerie, say it don't matter,
Marlon needs to be punished for making her darling girl suffer,
so she's filed suit to recover the money and punish Marlon.
The amount of money Mrs. Mangrum hopes .to recover is
$49.53, plus court costs which amounts to $31.75.
Marion said his date "didn't believe me when I told her I
fractured my ankle." Tomontra said, "I talked to him on April 2,
and he said he already had his tux and the tickets." She contin-
ued by saying, "I was very upset when he didn't show up."
The judge, Howard Berman, said, 'The issue is, was there a
valid contract? We had an offer and we had an acceptance," he
stated. "Could she have gotten another date to the prom?"
I don't know what Tomontra looks like but she and her
mother are asking for a lot of "court-time" if they intend to sue
everyone who doesn't show up for a date. I would still be in
court if I sued all the girls who stood me up.
Finally, Mrs. Bryant, Marlon's mother, said, "I don't know
why she's doing this. I don't have any money. I'm poor. This is
so stupid. I've never heard of anything so disgraceful in my
whole life."
I'm with you, Mrs. Bryant, but it wouldn't surprise me if
Marlon and Tomontra were married this time next year.
Love sometimes works in mysterious ways!


Schools to Dismiss


Early Next Week


Due to final exams, school,
will be dismissed early Wednes-
day, May 24 through Friday, May
26.
The following is a bus sched-
ule for early dismissal
Port St. Joe
North Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary: Wednesday 12:45; Thurs-
day 12:45; Friday 11:45
Port St. Joe Elementary:
'Wednesday 12:50; Thursday -
112:50; Friday- 11:50 H
SPrt St. Joe 'Jr-Sr High;
Wednesday 1:00; Thursday -
1:00; Friday 12:00
Highland View Elementary
(Creel): Wednesday 12:45;
Thursday 12:45; Friday 12:15


Highland View (regular run):
Wednesday 1:15; Thursday -
1:15; Friday 12:15
Wewahitchka
Main Street Site (WES):
Wednesday 12:50; Thursday -
12:50; Friday -11:50
: Linton Site (WES): Wednesday
12:55; Thursday 12:55; Friday
11:55
Wewa Jr.-Sr. High: Wednes-
day 1:00; Thursday 1:00; Fri-
day- 12:00.
:" Lunich' will be served on
Wednesday and Thursday, May
24th and 25th, but will not be
served Friday, May 26. SFS man-
agers need to be notified of lunch
schedules for these days.


Junior High Achievers

Honored at Banquet


Fifty seventh and eighth
grade Gold Card Club members
at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
were recently honored for their
outstanding academic achieve-
ment.
The students were treated to
hamburgers, chips, soft drinks,
and cupcakes baked especially
for them .by Mrs. Vickie Davis.
An inspiring motivational
message was given by the guest
speaker, Mr. John Vaughn. Mr.
Vaughn is Vice-President of St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company.
Students invited to attend
were Stephen Alles, Melissa An-
derson, Josh Colbert, Kimberly
Cooper, Clay Cox, Megan Dean,
Timothy Hatcher, Zyris Hill, Caro-


Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)

of a lot more now than we did
when we first started here."
'You guys realize that we've
been in the same classes together
for 12 years?"
Yogi studied on that for a
minute, "Listen, no matter what
happens in the future, let's
always meet back here once a
year and talk over old times. We
could ."
LaRenda interrupted our
lunch conversation by walking up
and putting a hand on Ricky's
shoulder, 'Well, guys, we've only
got a week left. Aren't you going
to miss it?"
"Are you kidding? We were
just saying we couldn't wait to get
out of this prison."
'Yeah, no more teachers tell-
ing us what we can and can't do."
"No more Warden Johnson."
'We'll be free at last."
"I can't wait."
You know, it's been 24 years
now and Ricky, Yogi and I never
did make it back, together. I don't
remember who wrote, "It was the
best of times, it was the worse of
times." But I believe he said that
one week before graduating from
high school.
Respectfully,
SKesley


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Sasser, Micah Taylor, Nicole Wild-
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Kristi Davis, Eric Monteiro, Erin
Oliver, Eric Ramsey, Stephanie
Norris, Shannon Antley, Jennifer
Clark, Kimberly Rathbun, Anna
Bietenholz, Tina Littleton, Brad
Buzzett, Emily Cabaniss, Terry
Cawthron, Kendall Hogue, Heath-
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Maxwell, Lee Ann Nelson, Tina
Rich, Trina Saleh, Tanya Sasser,
Linda Stafford, Kimberly Thomas,
Chuck Watson, Travis Williams,
Cicely Philon, 'April Carpenter,
Craig Pate, Brandy Williams,
Crystal Kennington, Jason Falbe,
Joseph Shagena, and Kimberly
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the store before he could take
anything, when the clerk in the
store vaulted a counter and ran
next door for help.
Woullard was tracked down
early the next morning in Wewa-
hitchka, where he had fled in a
stolen pick-up truck.
Woullard was sentenced to
spc and a half years with the De-
partment of Corrections. He was


Mayor Signs Proclamation
Mayor Frank Pate signed a proclamation last Wednes-
day, proclaiming May and June as Clean-Up and Beautifi-
cation months in Port St. Joe, encouraging and offering
the official stamp of approval of the City for citizens to
clear away trash and unsightly areas inside the city.
Looking at the signing is Mrs. Linda Bordelon, chairman
of the Beautification committee. 'A similar emphasis by
the organization and the city last year met with enormous
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similar charges and a charge of
grand theft auto.
DRUG CHARGES
Willie George Harris was
charged with selling crack co-
caine to two local people on May
6.
According to Sheriff Al Harri-
son, Harris was arrested after a
joint investigation by the Gulf
County Sheriffs Department and
the Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment in which an undercover op-
eration resulted in the sale of the
illegal drug to two people.
Harris entered a plea of no
contest and was sentenced to
three years probation. In addition
he must pay $225.00 court costs,
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to drug screening and counsel-
ing.
A juvenile, who was also ar-
rested, entered a plea of no con-
test and was sentenced to three
years probation, levied a fine of
$250.00 and directed to pay
$225.00 court costs. He must
also serve 100 hours of commu-
nity service activities and submit
to drug screening and counsel-
ing.
Comprehensive Pihn
The Gulf County Comprehen-
sive Plan Committee will meet on
Monday, May 22 at 10:30 a.m.
(upstairs) at Motel St. Joe. The
scheduled topic for discussion
will be the Goals, Objectives, and
Policies of the Inter-governmental
Coordination Element of the com-
prehensive Plan. The last portion
of the meeting will focus on gen-
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Element of the Plan.


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One man was charged and
two entered pleas and were sen-
tenced at Gulf County Court plea
day Thursday of last week.
ROBBERY CHARGE
Dexter D. Woullard entered a
plea of no contest to charges filed
against him stemming from an
attempted robbery of a Port St.
Joe Jr. Food Store recently.
Woullard was frightened off from











133 Attend District Garden Meeting


The Sea Oats and Dunes Gar-
den Club was host club to the
Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs, Inc. for the District II
Spring Conference held Wednes-
day, May 10.
All 18 Garden Clubs in Dis-
trict II were represented with a to-
tal attendance of 133.


Sea Oats and Dunes received
the District Membership plaque
for most new members.
The conference was held at
the Volunteer Beaches Fire De-
partment.
Shown left to right are Mar-
ion Hillard 3rd Vice-
president, Beth Wilson 2nd


Vice-president, Addie Lou Har-
ris 1st Vice-president, Elise
Haymans President, Barbara
Mannon President of Sea Oats
and Dunes Garden Club of St.
Joe Beach and Chairman of
the District HI Meeting, Joyce
Carter District Director, and
Jo McGlamery Assistant Direc-
tor.


Miss Jeannie Waters and Robert


West III Wed In Tallahassee


Jeannie Waters and Robert
West III, both of Tallahassee,
were married April 8 at Trinity
Christian Center. The Reverend
Rodney West, the bridegroom's
uncle, of Tallahassee, performed
the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are John,
Jr. and Nancy Waters, of Gaines-
ville. The bridegroom's parents
are Robert, Jr., and Evelyn West
of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert West, Sr. of Tallahassee are
grandparents of the bridegroom.
The grandparents of the bride are
Mr. and Mrs. John Waters, Sr. of
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Frary of Port St. Joe, and the late
William P. Dockery.
The bride's attendants were
Amber Waters, Gainesville, sister-
in-law of the bride, matron of
honor; bridesmaids were Traci
White, Tina Hart, and Allison
Smith, cousin of the bride, all of
Tallahassee, Diane Sheffield of
Gainesville, and Julie Defelippo of
Pompano Beach. Mary Virginia
Peavy 6f Tallahassee was the
flower girl. -
The bridegroom's father
served as his best man. Groom-

Shelia Stokes, Lee
McMillan to Wed.
Mr. and Mrs. Carnell Stokes
of Wewahitchka wish to an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter Shelia Stokes to Lee
McMillan of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be held at
the Parker farm on May 21st at
2:00 p.m. The farm is located two
miles west of Wewahitchka on
Highway 22. Following the event,
a reception will be held. All
friends and relatives are invited
to attend.


smen were Terry and Matt West,
brothers of the groom, of Talla-
hassee, David Fasom of Quincy,
Randy Marguerate and Chris Syt-
sma of Tallahassee. Ring bearer
was Ryan West of Tallahassee,
cousin of the bridegroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert West,
Jr., parents of the bridegroom,


gave a reception at their home fol-
lowing the ceremony.
The bride and groom spent
their honeymoon in the Great
Smokey Mountains and will re-
side in Tallahassee, where she is
employed with Pro-Steel Build-
ings and he works with Florida
Pest Control.


Mr. and Mrs. Robert West HII


Sea Oats and Dunes Club


Sea Oats and Dunes Garden


Club met Tuesday, May 16 at J.
Patrick's Restaurant for a lunch-
eon and installation of officers.
The new officers for 1989-90
are: Stephanie Richardson Pres-
ident, Susie Pippin First Vice
President, Barbara Mannon 2nd
Vice President, Frances Clemons
- Secretary, Winnie Newman -
Treasurer. Zelda Brown, past
president of the St. Joe Garden
Club, installed the new officers.
Special projects of the garden
club this spring have been Civic
Concern In March where the club
purchased 15 azalea plants for
the Highland View Elementary
School. In April, the club cleaned
flower beds at the St. Joe Beach
Fire Station and purchased azale-,
as and other shrubs. They also
made three flower beds for wild-
flowers. The club donated money
to Port St. Joe for their' Avenue of
Trees.
Thirty-three members and
two guests attended the lunch-
eon.
Saturday, May 13, the Sea
Oats and Dunes members had an
appreciation dinner for the hus-
bands who have been very sup-
portive and who have performed
so many tasks to further the
goals of the club. The dinner was
held at Tom and Mary Harris'
home.



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In 1989
Sunday 11:00 a.m.


Tyson,

Marriage

& Mother-

inolaws
Sunday 6:00 p.m.


Music Minister: Ricky Bruner, Dothan, Ala.
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Mrs. Elizabeth Lipford of Mar-
lanna announces the forthcoming
marriage of her granddaughter,
Miss Donna Jean Lipford, to Mr.
John Edgar Lane (Eddie), both
residents of Marianna.
Miss Lipford is a 1989 gradu-
ate of Grand Ridge High School.
Mr. Lane is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis C. Lane of Port
St. Joe. Mr. Lane is a 1982 grad-
uate of Port St. Joe High School.
He is presently employed as a
paramedic/fire fighter with Jack-
son County Fire and Rescue.
The wedding will be an event
of Saturday, July 8 at 2:00 p.m.
at the Cavern's Road Church of
Christ in Marianna. A reception
will follow immediately in the
church fellowship hall.
No local invitations will be
sent, but all friends and relatives

Summer Program
at Faith Christian
Faith Christian School will
have a summer program, June 12
- July 21, for children in K-5
through seventh grade levels in
the subject areas of Phonics,
Reading, Math, and Language.
This program is open to all chil-
dren in the community, and is es-
pecially recommended for those
students who need extra help to
better prepare them for next year.
The cost is $72.00 for a single
subject and $120.00 for two.
There is a fee of $25.00 payable
at registration for all students for
supplies and refreshments.
School hours will be from 9 a.m.
until noon for the six-week peri-
od.
You may register your child at
Faith Christian School, 801 20th
Street, Friday, May 19 between
the hours of noon and 6:00 p.m.,
or any day 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
For further information, please
call 229-6707.

Poppy Drive
The members of the John C.
Gainous Post 10069 V.F.W. and
the Ladies Auxiliary will hold a
poppy drive in Wewahitchka on
Friday and Saturday, May 19 and
20. All members are urged to take
part in this drive. The money
raised from the poppy drive goes
into the Post Relief Fund.


are invited to celebrate this occa-
sion with Donna and Eddie.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB, FL THURSDAY, MAY 18, i989


Reception to
Honor Grads

The St. James Episcopal
Church Women are planning the
annual Baccalaureate' reception
for the Port St. Joe Graduating
Class of 1989.
The Reverend Jerry R. Huft,
the wardens and congregation
cordially invite the graduates.
their families and friends -to at-
tend. It will be held Sunday eve-
ning, May 21st immediately fol-
lowing the Baccalaureate at the
St. James Parish Hall on Sixth
Street.



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Saturday, May 20
9 am. 3 p.m.

6th Street
Port St. Joe


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Meet Moody Adams at First

Baptist Church this Weekend


St. Joe Garden Club was con-
ducted last Thursday by Mrs. Jim
Mannon. Inductees were Mrs.
Larry McArdle, president; Mrs.
Ethel Bridges, first vice-president;
Mrs. Stiles Brown, second vice-
president; Mrs. John E. Lewis,
secretary; Mrs. D.A. Baker and
Mrs. Jim McNeill, co-treasurers.
The new officers will greet mem-
bers on September 14th at a cov-
ered dish luncheon.
Plans have been made to ca-
ter some special events this sum-
mer, and the club will be pleased
to cater at the historic club house
or any other location if asked.
Special program plans for


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September, October and Novem-
ber are three lessons on flower ar-
ranging to be taught by an out-of-
town professional for Garden
Club members. Come join in if
you want these special lessons.
The May hostesses welcomed
a large group to a stunningly dec-
orated center, the prettiest ever.
For the May luncheon, a big
thank you goes to Mrs. Leonard
Belin, Mrs. H.E. Richards, Mrs.
Marvin Clenney, Mrs. George
Cooper, and Mrs. Ralph Shirah.
These kind ladies sent the beauti-
ful decorations to the local nurs-
ing home after the meeting.

Candace Is One
Candace Nicole Branch was a
year old on April 16.
She celebrated her first birth-
day on Saturday, April 15, with a
Minnie and Mickey Mouse party
at her home. Those helping Can-
dace celebrate were her grandpar-
ents, Christine and Goober Dun-'
lap, and Nadine Branch; her
uncles, Charles, Branch and
Jackie Dunlap; and her aunt. Te-
resa Dunlap. Other friends at-
tending the party were Donna
and Brett Parker, Kim and Kay-
leigh Lewis, and Betty Ann Yon.
Candace is the daughter of.
Robert and Cindy Branch.







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India Patterson

India Is One
India La'Shae Patterson,
daughter of Michael and Pinkie
Patterson of Tallahassee, is one
year old today (May 18).
S"She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Bolden
of Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roosevelt Triplett of Hide Park.
She is the great granddaughter of
Mrs. Iris Bolden of Port St. Joe,
Mrs. Lena Crump of Medart, and
Mrs. Pinkie Kitchen of Blount-
stown.
India will celebrate her birth-
day on Sunday. May 21, with a
"Just Clowning Around Party" at
her aunt and uncle's house, Mr.
and Mrs. John Crosby.


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He is the author of over 40
books and booklets which have
sold over 200,000 copies. His
book, "AIDS: You Just Think
You're Safe" became the largest
selling Christian book on AIDS.
Adams was featured with


Paul Harvey in Communication
21's evangelic movie, "If Not Now
- When?".
This meeting is open to the
public. A nursery is provided at
all services for children *rth
through three years of age.


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' Left to right: Mrs. Larry McArdle, Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Mrs. Stiles Brmwn, Mrs. John E. Leuwis, Mrs.
D.A. Baker, and Mrs. Jim Mannon.

Garden Club Installs Officers


The man' the Miami Herald la-
beled America's "Frontline Evan-
gelist" thinks our nation needs
supernatural help and a Second
Coming hope. Moody Adams, of
Baker. Louisiana, will bring his
crusade for victory over drugs,
immorality and despair to First
Baptist Church, Port St. Joe, on
Saturday and Sunday. May 20 -
21. Saturday's time will be 7:00
p.m., Sunday's 11:00 a.m. and
6:00 p.m.
Adams will speak on 'Tyson,
Marriage and Mother-in-laws" at
6:00 p.m. Sunday. He contends
that even the greatest fighter can-
not win the battle of life without
supernatural help. Tyson was
baptized in a profession of his
need for God, he points out. "Je-
sus Christ offers every person
power to overcome his tempta-
tion, fears, and family problems,"
says the Louisiana activist. "The
scandals that have shaken the
political and religious world prove
men, even smart and religious
men, cannot make it without the
supernatural power of God."
In Adams'. Sacramento, Cali-
fornia crusade, a giant gang
member ran forward weeping and
gave the knife he fought with to
the evangelist.
A 16-year-old Jewish boy who
had sold $25,000 worth of drugs
in his high school started push-
ing Jesus after Adams' Blythe-
ville, Arkansas crusade.
Seven broken homes came
back together during Adams
Hamilton, Ohio crusade.
The veteran of 30 years of
"fighting the devil" will also speak
on "Look for Jesus' Return in
1989" at the 11:00 a.m. Sunday
service. 'The Bible does not tell
us when Jesus is coming, but it
tells us when we should look for
Him," Adams says.
The Bible told us Israel would
be reborn as a nation, and after
2,500 years we saw that prophecy
fulfilled. "Now, other Biblical
prophecies about the PLO, abor-
tion, Russia, fallen preachers,
soaring space ships and homo-
sexuality are being fulfilled."
Moody Adams got the name of
"Frontline Evangelist" because of
experiences such as preaching in
Moscow's Red Square, being "de-
tained" by Castro, receiving
threats in Ireland's religious war,
causing a "near riot" preaching to
skeptics in London's Hyde Park,
debating atheist V and boldly
confronting witches with the
claims of Christ at their head-
quarters in St. Louis and Califor-
nia, Saturday, 7:00 p.m. he will
bring the message on 'Teen-Age
Devil Wbrship".
His evangelic ministry, which
began in 1958 has reached seven
million people in person and pro-
duced over 300,000 public deci-
sions.
Moody pastored four years
while attending Louisiana State
University and New Orleans Bap-
tist :Theological Seminary. Since
1958, he has amassed a tract
record of from 600 to 1,000
speaking engagements a year,
while traveling in 40 countries.


It's Twins
Orbie and Verline Franklin, of
Port St. Joe. are the proud par-
ents of twins, Octavia Shnae and
Shtavia Renae Franklin, born
May 9 at Bay Medical Center.
Awaiting them at home is 10-
year-old Audrey Franklin.
The proud grandparents are
Mrs. Ruby Lee Peterson of Port
St. Joe and Mrs. Elize Franklin of
Homerville, Georgia.


The Dental Office of

Frank D. May, D.M.D.
Is Offering A

Free Summer


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For Anyone Under 18
(Children Under 13 Must Be Accompanied By Adult)
Friday Afternoon
May 26, 1989
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Fellowship of Christian


Athletes Plans on Camp


New Business


Grand Opening Al

Captain Black's Marine of Port St.
Joe celebrated its Grand Opening Sat-
urday, May 6. Pictured is Mayor
Frank Pate with the crew at Captain
Black's cutting a ribbon thus official-
ly opening the marine dealership for
business. Factory representatives ..
from Suzuki, Stamas and Henry O'
were on hand to celebrate the occa-
sion.V
From left to right: Tom McCord of i .-
Sherwood Diving Equipment, Pam
Lowrey, Merri Cristie, Corbett Howell,
Catherine Fitzsimons, Leonard Costin,
Bob Taylor of Suzuki Outboards, May-
or Frank Pate, Jim Carroll of Henry O'
Boats and the owner, Bill Koran.


Public Notices


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of Gulf
County will receive sealed bids from any person,
company, or corporation interested in selling the
County the following described personal property:
4" Class 160 Gasketed PVC Water
Main Pipe (Price Submitted Should be
the Price Per Foot for Approximately
1,500 Linear Feet).
Delivery Date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to deliver unit
on specified date will be set at $25.00 per day.
**Please indicate on envelope that this is a
Sealed Bid, and the item the bid is for.
Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock A.M.,
Eastern Standard Time, June 13, 1989, at the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe. Flori-
da 32456. The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BY: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham
Publish: May 18 and 25, 1989.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 89-21
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: The Estate of
ELLA MAE CREAMER.
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of ELLA
MAE CREAMER, deceased, File Number 89-21, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 5th Street. Port St. Joe.
Florida 32456. The name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative and the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration May 18, 1989.,
HAZEL SIMMONS
*P.O. Box 965
Port St Joe. FL 32456
,PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
.WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St Joe. Florida 32456
!(904)229-8211 -
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Publish: May 18 and 25, 1989.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF CON-Y. .,
CASE NO 89-18 -
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
S...,.ALINE MIZE LL -
Sdeceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of
ALINE MIZELL, deceased, File Number 89-16, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Flor-
ida. Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 5thStreet. Port St Joe,
Florida 32456. The name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative and the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All Interested .persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION:OF THIS NOTICE. (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an Interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Wil, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
SJurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration May 18. 1989.
VIRGINIAANN SANDERS
P.O. Box 648
Port St Joe. FL 32456
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St Joe. Florida 32456
(904) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Publish: May 18 and 25, 1989.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 89-18
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
LAURA B. MCGILL,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of LAU-
RA B. MCGILL, deceased, File Number 89-18, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative and the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF. -
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
, Jurisdiction of the Court
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration May 18, 1989.
FRANCES L SHORES
P.O. Box 32
Port St. Joe. FL 32456


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PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8211 -
ATIORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Publish: May 18 and 25, 1989.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
JUVENILE DIVISION
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT GULF COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA
NOTICE
INTHE INTEREST OF.
ELIZABETH ANN SANCHEZ
AKA ELIZABETH CANNON
A CHILD
CASE NO.
88-69
(SEC.39.4615(B)FS)
The State of Florida to Larry Cannon natural
father and Elizabeth Sanchez, mother, whose resi-
dence and address are unknown.
You are hereby notified that a petition under
oath has been filed in the above styled court for
the Termination of Parental Rights and Guardian-
ship in the case of Elizabeth Ann Sanchez. AKA
Elizabeth Cannon, a child, to a licensed child
placement agency, for subsequent adoption.
You are hereby noticed that hearings in this
case will be held before the Honorable Phillip
Knight, Judge of the Circuit Court of Gulf County
at the Gulf County Courthouse. Port St. Joe. Flori-
da. The Advisory Hearing will be held June 22,
1989 at 11:00 a.m. o'clock. The Adjudicatory/
Dispositional Hearing will be held August 3, 1989
at 11:00 a.m, o'clock.
You have the right to appear with counsel at
these hearings. If you can not afford legal repre-
sentation the Court will appoint counsel at the
hearing upon determination of insolvency. Failure
to respond within twenty (20) days after the last
publication, shall constitute consent for termina-
tion ofyour parental rights of said child.'
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court.
and the seal thereof this 10th-day of May, 1989.
BENNY LISTER
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BY /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish: May 18, 25, June 1, and 8, 1989.
REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS NAME
We the undersigned, being duly sworn, do
hereby declare under oath that the names of all
parties interested in the business or profession
carried on under the name(s) of: Danka, The Copi-
er Company in the County of Gulf, State of Flori-
da. and the extent of the interest of each are as fol-
lows:
Danka Industries, Inc.
11201 Danka Circle North
St Petersburg. FL 33716
Extent of Interest: 100%
Danka Industries. Inc.
By. /s/ Nicholas M Arfaras. Treasurer
Publish: May 18. 25. June 1 and 8, 1989.

WiD NUMBER 345
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida invites bids
on the following item:
One Ton Sewer Truck
Specifications may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office. P.O. Box 278, Port St Joe, Florida
32456.
All bids shall meet specifications or be an ap-
proved equal. Bids shall be sealed in an envelope
and plainly marked "Bid No, 345". The City of Port
St Joe reserves the right to accept any or all bids.
waive any formalities, and to choose the bid
deemed best to meet the city's needs. Bids must be
good for 30 days after opening. All Bids F.O.B..
Port St. Joe. Florida.
Bids must be submitted to the City Clerk's
Office, on or before 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., June 06.
1969. Bid opening will be held at the regular City
Commission Meeting. June 06 1989 at 8:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., in the Municipal Building.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ LA. Farris
City Auditor-Clerk
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.
NOTICE
The Annual Report of the George G. Tapper
Foundation Trust is available at the address no-
ticed below for inspection during normal business
hours by any citizen who so requests within 180
days after publication of this Notice of its availabil-
ity.
George G. Tapper Foundation Trust
1600 Constitution Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Phone No. 904/227-1600
/s/ AMELIA G. TAPPER, Chairperson
Publish: May 11, 1989.

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners at a meeting on May 23,
1969, at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T., in the County Commis-
sloners' Room in the Gulf County Courthouse. Port
St. Joe, Florida, will consider an ordinance with
the following title:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE
ASSESSMENT OF A SIX CENT PER
GALLON GASOLINE AND FUELS TAX,
TO BE KNOWN AS THE "LPCAL OP-
TION GAS TAX"; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE AND TERM; PRO-
VIDING FOR DISTRIBUTION OF A
PORTION OF PROCEEDS TO MUNICI-
PALITIES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERA-
BILIUTY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE FOR THE ORDINANCE.
The Board will further consider said ordi-
nance for adoption at a meeting on the 13th day of
June, 1989, at 6:00 p.m., E.D.T.. in the County
Commissioners' Room in the Gulf County Court-
house.
A copy of this Ordinance is on file in the of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida.


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 42-Inch force main pipe at the Wastewater Treat-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA ment Plant according to plans and specifications
Br. /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham has been changed to June 6, 1989 at 8:00 pn...
C ilrman EDT. in the Municipal Building.
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lster All bids must be F.O.B. Port St. Joe, Florida
Clerk and delivered in a sealed envelope, plainly marked
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989. "Bid No. 450-224. JOE
THE CrIY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ L.A. Farris
BID NO. 450-224 City Auditor-Clerk
Notice is hereby given that the date for re- Publish: May 11, 18., and 25, 1989.
ceiving bids for labor and equipment to install a


Wes Taylor, an instructor and
coach at Port St. Joe High
School, told the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday of some of the activities
and goals of the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes at the high
school.
Taylor said the organization
fosters Christian principles and
encourages church attendance
and participation among the ath-
letes who are enrolled in the pro-
gram.
'We meet once a month in a
member's home for a devotional,
fellowship arid 'refreshments,"
Taylor said, "and in the school
gymnasium every Friday morning
for a short devotional."

Taylor, who leads the FCA ac-
tivities in the school, says the
members meet before each varsi-
ty game played for a period of
fellowship and devotionals. 'We
do this in, home games and those
played away," the instructor said.
The speaker stressed the FCA
was non-denominational and en-
courages all' athletes, girls and
boys, who wish to foster Chris-


tian activities through their
sporting activities, to' attend the
meetings and join the group.
Taylor said a groug of the
young men will be leaving early
in the summer for a FCA leader-
ship conference on the campus of
Appalachian State University in
Boone, N.C. 'We had nine young
men attend last year and it ap-
pears as if we will have at least
nine attend this year," the speak-
er said.
Taylor said the FCA had been
instrumental in fostering the
right type leadership and has
changed attitudes of even those
who are not members.



Pridgeon Makes

Dean's List

Brad Pridgeon was named to
the Dean's. List at Florida State
University for the spring semester
1989, with a grade point average
of 3.8, majoring in Management
Information Systems.


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Court of Honor
A boy scout Court of Honor was held
Monday evening by Troop 47 in theCentehn-
nial Buildiig, with _several awards passed
out by Scoutmaster Bob Bearden and as-


,St. James -

Slates Sale
0'I The anticipated yard sale at
*St. James Episcopal Church on
,'Sixth Street will be held this Sat-
`'turday, May 20,; from 9 until 3.
-Among the many items offered
i)re glass top tables, sofa beds,
'fan chairs, barbecue grills,
records, current books, antiques,
collectablese, shoes, boots, cur-
.:tains, drapes, evening gowns, and
'other clothes. All items will be
vzdouble the price before 9 a.m.
' nd most of those left after 1 p.m.
Will be reduced to half price. This
-is an opportunity that shouldn't
"'e, missed.
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ARegistration Set
;for Faith Christian
Registration of the 1989-90
'school year vill be held at Faith
6hristian School on Friday, May
*I9'," from hoon until 6:00 p.m.
S 6sses are available In Kinder-
garten for ages three, four and
five, and for grades one through
eight.
SFaith Christian School is, a
non-denominational private
school sponsored by Faith' Bible
Church. For further information,
please call 229-6707 or visit at
,801 20th Street.


sistant, Eugene Jones. Shown above are the
Scouts receiving badgeS in the honor court.
From left to right are, Chris Williams, two
Year pin; Keith McDonald, two year pin; '
Travis Canington, one year pin; Clint Camp-
bell, two year pin and Lifesaving award
and Andy Smith, two year pin. ,


Frank Kaniuk
Frank C. Kaniuk, 58, of
Creekwood Estates, Overstreet,
passed away suddenly last Friday
at home. He had been a resident
of .Overstreet for the past four
years coming from Indiana.
; He is survived by his wife,
Rose Ann Kaniuk of Overstreet;
one son, William Jennings of Grif-
fith, Indiana; one daughter, Regi-
na: Felton of Dyer, Indiana; one
sister, Annette Becker; and four
grandchildren..
Mr. Kaniuk' was taken to
Highland, Indiana for services
and burial.:
All local arrangements were
by Gilmore FuneralHome.

Rev. John Agria
Rev. John Agria, 84, died at
his home on Tuesday.
Mr. Agria, who had emigrated
from Palermo, Sicily, at age 16,
belonged to the, Waldensian sect
of Italian Protestants i that pre-
dates Martin Luther and. the
16th-Century Reformation. He


Mallory IsTwo
Mallory Paige Griffith turned
two' the 9th of May. She celebrat-
ed her birthday, with two family
parties on April 14th and 15th
while she. and her. parents were
home on leave,: Her Granny and
Granddaddy Grifflth hosted a
nautical party in Panama City.
Mallory's guests include her
Granny- and ,Papa ,O'Brian' and
her Aunt Vicki and Uncle Steve.
On Sunday, Winnie-the-Pooh
was the theme, for the party. host-
. ed by Mallory's cousins, Jolie
and Jena Hogan. Also attending
the birthday dinner were her
Nana and Dadaddee Murphy and
her Aunt Janet and Uncle Ron-
nie. Mallory's proud parents are
Tim and Cindy Griffith of Robins
AFB, Georgia.


Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Kirkland show off their collard
patch growing behind their home on Monica Drive in Ward
Ridge. The Iirklands say they have furnished collards for
neighbors, family, friends and anyone who will come after
them and they still have collards ... from only six
plants.


LWilliams Avenue


prepared for his bilingual minis-
try at Colgate University after
high school in Mount Vernon,
New York.
Mr. Agria retired in January,
1988, after 56 years in the minis-
try. He had served Italian-
American congregations for much
of his early career as a Baptist
minister, later' changing to the
Presbyterian denomination.
Survivors include his wife of
58 years, Rose; a daughter, Vicky
Cisero of Mattituck, New York, a
son, John J. Agria of Greenville,
Pennsylvania;, a' brother, Domi-
nick Agria of Bridgeport, Connec-
ticut; three sisters, Rose Rega of
Monroe, Connecticut, Pauline
Beach of Stratford, Connecticut,
and Anna Chewning of Mexico
Beach; nine grandchildren, and
eight great grandchildren.
A service was scheduled at
Southold Presbyterian Church,
with burial in Cutchogue Ceme-
tery.


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Zackery Is Four
Zackery Lance Porter cele-
brated his fourth birthday on
May 3. He had family and friends
to help him celebrate with a Mup-
pet party. He is the son of Jimmy
and Lisa Porter of Beacon Hill.
Grandparents are Broward and
Kathryn McCoy, James and Alma
Alford of Blountstowin.


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Ken Murphy, manager of
Taylor's Constitution City
Marine, delivered the new
business' first boat on its
opening day recently.
The boat, a completely *.
outfitted rig. with a 40
'horsepower _Evinrude, elec-
tric start, remote controls
and trailer, sold for less than
$5339, according to Murphy.
The rig was purchased by e,
Joe Levins. who has already
had it in the river and says,
"It runs n-i-i-ice!"
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Galileans at
Glad Tidings
Now based in Tyler, Texas.
the Galileans today rank as one
of. Gospel Music's top touring
groups ministeqng in music and
Wprd throughout the, United
States. .The group has been tour-
ing for 27 years and has accumu-
lated various awards Including a
Dove Award, Gospel music's ver-
sion of a Grammy. The Gallleans
have appeared ohn various nation-
al' television programs including,
'The Gospel Singing Jubilee" plus
Christian 'IV- networks including
PTL, TBN and the 'James Robison
program. The Galileans will be
ministering in song at Glad Tid-
ings Assembly of God-in Wewa-
hitchka on Saturday, May 20 at
7:00 p.m. (CSTI. ,
SPastor Charles Jackson ex-
tends an invitation to everyone to
attend. The church is located on
the comer of Main and E. Orange
Streets. Admission is free.


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MA4 18. 1989


Elementary

Spring Festival

of the Arts
Springtime filled the air at
Port St. Joe Elementary School
on Tuesday, May 9, during the
annual Spring Festival of the
Arts.
Throughout the hallways
and sidewalks were gaily col-
ored art exhibits decorated by
each class to display their
many talents and abilities.
The children snacked on
popcorn and cokes as they were
amused as well as entertained
by the "Merry Mariner Puppet
Factory" from Pensacola.
To bring this fun-filled day
to a close, the Port St. Joe
High School Band, under the di-
rection of Lamar Weatherman,
performed a medley of songs
for the sixth grade students.


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Wewahitchka Elementary News
By Linda Whitfield


First Grade Class Treated to
"Mouse Cake"
During the recent fund raiser
for the American Cancer Society,
Mrs. Rhonda Pridgeon's class had
100% participation. Mrs. Pat
Godwin, Volunteer for the ACS
surprised the class with a "Mouse
Cake" and milk. The children en-
joyed 'the party very much and
enjoyed helping such a worth-
while cause.
Last PTO Meeting for the Year
On Tuesday night. May 16,
the WES. had its last PTO meeting
for the year. President Gary Cart-
er thanked -Mr. Kelley and the
other officers for making this a
successful year. A lot of money
was raised for materials and
equipment.
Gold Card Cook-Out On May 18
The highly successful Gold
Card Club had its annual cook-
out on May 18 for all students
who made the A-B honor roll at
least three times out of six. The
students were treated to grilled
hot dogs, chips, cokes, and ice
cream. Chef Earnest Morris, as
. he always does, prepared the hot
dogs on his special made grill.
Yum yuml
Spring Arts Festival
As part of the Spring Arts
Festival, Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary will be hosting the Merry
Mariner Puppet Factory on
Wednesday, May 17. The Merry
Mariner Puppet Factory is a
workshop designed to involve
children, in learning enrichment
activities. Students will be partici-
pating in the "hands-on experi-
ence" of puppets as used in the
dramatic arts.
Help Miss Patsy With Those
Lost Library Books
Parents, have your children
dive under the bed, behind the
sofa, or wherever you think is
more likely and have them search
for lost library books. Miss Patsy

M.B. AARP Chapter
Will Meet Friday
The monthly meeting of the
Mexico Beach Chapter #4325 of
AARP will be held on Friday, May
19, at the Mexico Beach. Firehall,
starting with a ,covered dish
luncheon at noon, followed by the
regular meeting at 1:00 p.m.,
CDT. Mrs. Helen Peterson from
the Bay Medical Center will speak
on Out Patient Services. City dig-
nitaries and advertisers have
been invited as guests for the
presentation of the Chapter's
Charter by Elsie Anderegg, Assist-
ant State Director of Florida, and
James McGill, Chapter Organizer.


desperately needs those, books as
they are very expensive to re-
place. All library books, must be
turned in or paid for by May 26.
Thanks.
"Happy Birthday Betty Bunny"
to be Presented by
Kindergarten
Parents and friends will have
the opportunity to see a delightful
play and awards program on May
23 as the three kindergarten
classes of Mrs. Connie St. Clair,
Mrs. Nadine Whitfleld, and Mrs.
Sue McDaniel present "Happy
Birthday Betty Bunny". You'll see


dancing, singing, finger plays,
poetry, and cuteness! The pro-
gram will begin at 8:30 in the
Commons Area.-
Awards Program All Begin at
8:30 Next Week
To make things simple, Mr.
Kelley announced that all pro-
grams will begin at 8:30 on each
day. The times are as follows:
Kindergarten: 8:30 on May 23
Grades 1-3: 8:30 on May 24
Grades 4 arid 5: 8:30 on May
24
Sixth Grade Graduation on
May 26 at 8:30.


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Ling Tournament Ends Saturday


The Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce Ling Fishing Tour-
nament ends at noon on Satur-
day, May 20, with a 66-pound 5-
ounce ling currently leading.
There has been many entries
and a lot of large fish entered in-
Kunel Recognized
Paul P. Kunel received one of
the 1989 National Community
Service Awards from the Ameri-
can Association of Retired Per-
sons (AARP). Kunel, who is a
member of the Mexico Beach
Chapter #4325, was selected by
the chapter's Board of Directors
for his outstanding volunteer con-
tributions to the community. He
was awarded a certificate at the
last meeting of the chapter.


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most of the other categories. The
tournament round up starts with
a fish fry from 5 7 p.m. in front
of the Chamber of Commerce
building. For the best fish dinner
you have tasted, come out and
join us. Awards and cash prizes
will be handed out after the fish
fry at approximately 7 p.m. CDT.
The Chamber of Commerce
would like to thank the many
Gospel Sing
WJBU Radio 11 will present a
gospel sing on Saturday, May 20,
at 7 p.m. at Port St. Joe High
School.
Naomi and the Segos will be
featured with several other well
known gospel groups. Everyone is
invited to attend.


people who sponsored this years
ling tournament.

Golf Tournament
St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club announces its annual C.W.
Roberts Invitational Golf Tourna-
ment to be held on Saturday and
Sunday, May 27 and 28. All play
will start at 1:30 p.m. each day.
The entry fee is $75 which in-
cludes cart fees, free balls, golf
cap, towel, bag tags, on course re-
freshments, and a free noon buf-
fet on Sunday. There will be eight
players per division with four
prizes awarded in each division.
All golfers are invited. For
more information, call 227-1751
or 229-8771 or see Don Parker at
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club.


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St. Joe Foundation



Gives $250,000 Gift



to Jax Univ. Library


A $250,000 gift from the St.
Joe Foundation, Inc., was pre-
sented to Jacksonville Universi-
ty's library by Jacob C. Belin,
chairman and CEO of St. Joe
Paper Co., which funds the Foun-
dation.
The gift completes a $500,000
grant to establish a Library En-
dowment Fund in memory of Al-
fred I. duPont dnd Edward Ball.
The two Jacks-nvlle financiers
built Florida's first statewide
banking group and acquired vast
land holdings in Florida, includ-
ing extensive development proper-
ties around Jacksonville.
"By providing Jacksonville
University with the means for
building a major library collec-
tion," said Belin; "the trustees feel
they are furthering the efforts
started by Mr. duPont and Mr.
Ball to make Florida a richer, bet-
ter place in which young people
can live, learn and grow."


JU's President Frances Bart-
lett Kinne accepted the check and
noted that "this very generous gift
almost doubles our current li-
brary endowment fund. With the
average book cost today at $40,
more than double what It was 10
years ago, it will have a signifi-
cant impact on our ability to
maintain a diversified and well-
balanced collection."
Books will be purchased from
the annual income of the Endow-
ment Fund which will be invested
and held in perpetuity. Each
book will contain a nameplate in-
dicating it was provided by the St.
Joe Foundation, Inc. in memory
of duPont and Ball.
The St. Joe Foundation was
established by the St. Joe Paper
Co. which was formed from a por-
tion of duPont's assets after his
death. St. Joe Paper Co. holds
more than one million acres of
northeast Florida timberlands
and development properties.


The menus for the week of
May 22 26 have been an-
nounced for the Gulf County


Shown left to right: Tom Gunn, Director of Jacksonville Uni-
versity's Library; Dr. Frances B. Kinne, President of Jacksonville
University; and Jacob C. Belih, Chairman and CEO of St. Joe
Paper Company.


Tri Rivers Asks for Reconsideration


SGroup Supports Retaining Panama Canal


Tri Rivers Waterway Develop-
ment Association officers are call-
ing for the U.S. Senate and Presi-
dent Bush to reconsider the
Panama Canal Treaty and retain
total U.S. control and mainte-
nance of the Panama Canal.
Tri Rivers :President, Phillip
Hornsby, stated, "Participation in
the ownership and security of the
Panama Canal must be continued
by the U.S. until Panama demon-
strates a record of democratic
leadership necessary to insure
continued, uninterrupted opera-
tion of the critical waterway.
'"The future of shipping
through the Panama Canal is in


question, and it is essential that
the United States stop all actions
on the Panama Canal .Treaty
transfer. We- must not permit the
canal to fall into the hands of In-
dividuals such as Manuel Norie-
ga. The results could prove to be
disastrous for shipping around
the globe, and most particularly
for Gulf- Coast ports which deal
with the Far East," said Florida
Vice-President Homer Hirt.:
'The United States has waited
18 months for the citizens of Pan-
anma to remove General Noriega
from power. He can not be afford-
ed the opportunity to control the
Panama Canal," said Bill Sump-


tion, Executive Director of Tri Riv-
ers. "Panama has, for some time,
been very unstable. Unfortunate-
ly, Panama has a history of rule
by dictators. The Panama Canal
Zone and the Panama Canal
properties must be controlled by
the U.S. Government until these
guys are firmly out of the picture.
Panama needs to develop a
stronger sense of democratic par-
ticipation before we can give away
this vital shipping lane. It is too
valuable to lose," added Sump-
tion.
"Senators Connie Mack (R-FL)
and Howell Heflin (D-AL) are rec-
ommending review of the treaty
and have expressed grave doubt
about transferring ownership and
operation," said Hirt. "I would ask
senators still undecided on the is-
sue to. reconsider the merits of
transferring ownership and con-
trol." Hirt' added, "The canal's fu-
ture must be assured."


Bike-a-thon

Saturday

The White City Baptist
Church is sponsoring for the
third year a bike-a-thon for cystic
fibrosis. This Saturday, May 20,
at 9:00 a.m. promises to be a
happy time for all of the children,
youth, and adults. A new group
has been added to the activities. .
.The Senior Citizens. They will
have a pick-up truck provided
with rocking chairs for the ride to
Howard Creek.
If you would like to sponsor
one of these people, please call
the church and state your dona-
tion. This -money will go to help
researchers find a cure for this
dreaded disease.
It is hoped you will encourage
your child to enlist sponsors, and
come out for.the ride. ,
The Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion gives nice gifts to those who
secure sizable. donations. You
may find out about the gifts by
calling the church.
Come out and ride to Indian
Swamp Campgrounds at Howard
Creek. Mr. Charles: House and
family will furnish cold drinks.
and a beautiful place to rest for
the return trip to White City,
Hope. to see you all Saturday
at 9:00 a.m.l


'We must get off the merry-
go-round over the future of the
Panama Canal and face reality,"
said Bill Sumption. "As Ameri-
--cans, we have demonstrated fair-
ness around the world. Let's
quickly and decisively undo the
damage that may be caused by
the Panama Canal Treaty," he
,said. "Surely, the Senate and the
President recognize the vulnera-
ble position we could be in if we
lost the use of the Panama Ca-
nal," Sumption added. 'We don't
have another canal to use. We
must develop an alternate route
before we give away the sole link,"
he said. 'Would you give away
your house or car if you didn't
have another one?", he asked.
Hirt commented that he
hopes other American waterway
"associations and ports, as well as
.other individuals and groups
across America join Tri Rivers in
Voicing objection to the treaty and
considered implementation.
Tri Rivers Waterway Develop-
iient Assciation,; headquartered
in Dothan,-Alabama, is a three
.state organization concerned with
proper and safe use of the Apa-
lachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint In-
land Waterway and River System,
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Corner 10th Street and U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478


Ellen F. Allemore, Broker
648-8939
Joy Holder 648-8493
Dot Craddock 648-5486
Brenda Lynn 648-8215

NEW LISTINGS:

Overstreet: Hwy. 386, 2.5 acres, gar-
den spot, house and 2 bd., 1 ba mobile
home, well, quiet! $35,500.

OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND:
Saturday, May 20, 1-4 EDT.
230 Bay St., St. Joe Beach.
Furnished for instant living! Nice
size. 2 screen porches & deck. 2
bd., 2 ba. Come see!
Sunday, May 21, 11-3 CDT.
Want to go fishing? 39th St.,
north of Hwy. 98. 100' canal
front, $89,900. 2 bd., 1 ba.

B EACH FRONT TOWN HOMES
'1sTH St.' -lexico Beach: Large 3 bd., 3 ba. unfur-
.ished, close to pier, very nice, Reduced to
$119,900.
Cortez St End Triplex at St. Joe Beach: Lg. 3
bd., 21/2 ba., covered eck, good layout, fireplaces,
$122,900-$129.000.
9815 Hwy. 98: Lovely 2 bd., 21/2 ba., furnished,
$120,000.,
9821 Hwy. 98: beauitufully furnished 2 bd., 2 1/2
ba. townhome. Reduced $98,500.
9735 Hwy. 98: Ro .i .,i2 ba. townhome,
completely furnisheOa j L= ed $110,000.
Ward SL: WATERFRONT: half of duplex, 3 bd., 2
ba., furnished, f.p., NICEI Reduced $121,500.
GULF AIRE
211 Sea Pines Lane, Gulf Aire: 2 homes in 1, pro-
fessionally decorated upstairs with mother-in-law
suite downstairs. Total of 4 bd., 2 be. 2 kitchens, ja-
cuzzi, stone fireplace, built-in appliances, furn., Re-
duced to $116,000. Great financing.
Gulf Aire Drive: Vacant lot, Block C, $12,900.
Gulf Aire Drive: 2 triplexes 1 bd. w/loft each, total
of 6 units, furnished. $38,900 ea.
305 Gulf Aire Drive: Beautiful gulf view, 3 bd., 2
ba. brick home, dbl. garage. $115.000.
Gulf Aire Drive: Good single family vacant lot,
$17,900.
202 Periwinkle: Big 5 bd., 3 ba. home, screen
porch, master bd., bath & own living area upstairs,
$140,000.
408 Gulf Aire D J3 .?id. a. brick home, 2
car garage, pati cd eJoilg f ista ready for you
price, $89,000. W LV i
Gulf Aire Dr.: Good corner single family lot,
$25,000.
Beacon Road: Nice single family lot, good neigh-
borhood, Reduced to $25,000.
Beacon Road: Two large single family lots. One
$19,500, and one reduced to $16,500.
309 Buccaneer Road: Beautiful wooded vacant lot
close to pool & tennis courts. $22,500.
Sea Pines & Beacon Rd.: Lovely 3 bd., 2 be. fur-
nished brick home, Ig. garage. Reduced $105,000.
Gulf Aire Dr.: Duplex, 3 bd., 2 ba. ea. side, excel.
construction. $69,900 per unit.
Gulf Aire Dr.: Duplex, triplex or single family vacant
lot, $22,900.
INDIAN PASS
100' gulffront lot, by 486' deep. Good access from
paved road. $90,750.
ST. JOE BEACH
St. Joe Beach: 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome, unre-
stricted gulf view, furnished, nice. $69,900.
Americus St.: 2 bd., 1 be. mobile home, utility
room, $28,500.
Comer Balboa & Georgia: Large 2 bd., 1 be. mo-
bile home, well for yard, backyard fenced, very
nice. $40,000.
Americus SL: 3 bd., 2 ba., 1 block to beach,
$54,900.
Comer Santa Anna & U.S. Hwy. 98. 4 bd.. 2 be.
or possibily could be converted into 2 rental units.
$70,000.
Bay SL: Furnished for instant living, mobile home,
can be a permanent home or-retreat. Attractive
spacious 1488 sq. ft. includes 2 screen porches,
deck, liv. rm, kitchen w/dining-breakfast bar. 2 bdJ
2 ba.-separate, paved street, high lot.
Bay St: 2 bd., 1 ba., frame home on 1 1/2 lots in
first block, good buy, $41.000.
Selma SL: Large 3 bd., 2 ba. fp, fenced yd., swim-
ming pool needs repair. Get ready for summer.
$89,000. Reduced to $82,500.
Hwy. 98 between Balboa & Magellan. Develop-
ersa 3/4 of block plus 1 lot. Look to the future. Su-
per investment. $330,00)0.
Comer of Court & Alabama, St. Joe Beach: New
frame stilt home, 2 bd., 1 ba., livJdin/kitchen com-
bo, nice deck, furnished, chi/a. $77,900.
Columbus St: Very nice 3 bd.. 2 ba. mobile home,
shady lot, Reduced to $32,500. Make offer.
St. Joseph Shores: Great buy for home across
street from beach. 2 bd. 1 1/2 ba. townhome, furn.,
$48,500 or $194,000 for all 4.
DeSoto St: Newly remodeled 1 bd., 1 ba. house,
walk-in closets, ceiling fans, shed. 1/2 block to
beach. Partially furnished. Reduced to $50,000.
Alabama: Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba. mobile home, ch/a,
screen porches, fully fenced, landscaped. $45,000.
Selma St: Sup doe wide furnished 3
bd., 2 ba. trailed l sL h Ig. utility house.
Immaculate. Redce


Corner of Balboa & U.S. 98 Gulf Pointe No. 1:
Beautifully furnished 2 bd., 2 1/2 bath condo, great
price. $79,900.
Coronado Townhomes: 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba., dedi-
cated beach. Unobstructed view. All amenities. Fur-
nished $84,900; unfurnished $74,500.
3 lots Pineda St: 1st block $55,900.
U.S. 98 between Cortez & DeSoto: 3 bd., 2 be.,
unobstructed Gulf view. Gas, can. h&a, grat buy,
$62,000.
Balboa St: Speakers, music system in lovely, com-
fortable 24x60' double wide 3 bdrm., 2 ba., modu-
lar home, screened 12x32' front porch, f.p. c/ha.
Watch the birds feed from glassed 12x22' Fla. rm.,
as no paint brush needed 150'x150', 1 1/2 blocks
from beach. Was $65,000, Reduced from $62,500
to $60,000.
Between Coronado & Balboa St: 50' lot on Hwy.
98. Reduced to $39,000.
PORT ST. JOE
805 Garrison Ave.: 4 bd., 1 ba., fam. rm., screen
porch, cen. h/a, partially fenced. Good financing.
$46,000.
504 16th St: 3 bd., 2 ba. block construction, fp, 2
Ig. lots, corner, nice home, $59,500.
'1301 Monument Ave.: 2 homes, one 3 bd.. 2 ba.,
fp., one 2 bd., 1 ba. on corner lot & extra lot. Possi-
bilities. $56,500. Make offer.
1309 Long Ave.: Redone 3 bd., 1 ba., ch/a, nice
den and deck. Good price, $39,500.
2012 Long Ave., Port St. Joe: 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2
bath, nice home near schools, chain ling fence,
swimming pool. $85,900.
517 10th SL: Nice solid starter home, 2 bd.; 1 ba.
on 2 1/2 lots. Room to expand. $32,000.
2004 Juniper Ave.: Comfortable 3 bd., 1 1/2 ba.
brick home, just redone, swimming pool, 1 1/2 lots,
good price, $85,000.
Marvin Avenue: Vacant lot, 75'x175', no back door
neighbors, $17,500.
230' on U.S. 98, with commercial bldg. & shed. In-
terested? $134,900.
BEACON HILL
Beacon Hill: Beautiful view from high lot. 100' of
Hwy. 98, 100' highway x 250 deep. 3 bd., 1/2 ba.
home, screen porches, front & back, $82,500.
Faulk Place and 6th SL: Vacant lot 100x120 ap-
prox. $10,000.
Then assure yo l nLattifdew Buy the water-
front lot across hijik5Jt 00.
Lovely waterfront duplex: 1 bd., 1 1/2 ba. each
side. Furnished. Super rental. $80,000 each side.
3rd Ave.: Niced 14x60' Scot 1984 mobile home, 2
bdrm.. 1 be. custom built masonite siding, shingle
roof, other extras. $35,000.
MEXICO BEACH
42nd St.: Brick duplex, 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. each side,
fourth from beach, good price, $84,900.
27th St.: Duplex. | [) each side. ch/a.
$85,000. O -L
Beachfront townhome: 2 bd., 2 1/2 ba., fully fur-
nished. $89,500.
Corner of Water & 36th SL: 2 vacant lots, boat
house, dock, 90' on canal, $80.000.
37th St., 2 bd., 2 ba. townhome, beautifully fur-
nished, near pier, owner anxious, $69,500.
37th StL, Vacant lot. 75'x100'; nice building lot,
close to each, pier, eachside, $59,900.
Azalea Dr.: Vacant lot. 75'x100', close to each.
$15,500.
39th St, north of Hwy. 98: Want to go fishing?
House on canal, 2 bd., 1 be., 100' on canal, den,
deck, sea wall, floating dock. $89,900.
37th St., close to pier: Comfortable 2 bd., 1 1/2
ba., townhome, great getaway, $76,000.
44th St: Nice large vacant lot, $25,000.
1810 Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 3 ba. 2 story, screen porch,
partially fenced. Good future investment, $95,000
Louisiana & Rorida Ave., Comfortable 3 bd., 2 ba.
double wide, fp, fruit trees, fenced, $40,700.
41st St. Beachelde: Unit in four plex. Neat as a
pinl Furnished. 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. Very affordable,
$54,500.
12th St & U.S. 98, Beachfront with 3 bd. home.
Ig. glassed in great rm. beautiful view, furnished,
approx. 67 on the gulf. Reduced to $118,900.
Hwy. 98 NEWI Great gulf view 2 bd., 2 be. house,
covered deck upstairs; office, business or bedroom
downstairs w/3/4 bath. Possibllrtiestl $155,000.
507 Cathay Lane: 2 bd., 2 be. mobile home w/Fla.
rm., Ig. lot, all fenced. Shop with electric & phone.
Immaculatel $45,000.
117 40th St. Apt. 2: 2 bd., 1 ba., close to beach,
$42,900.
120 Miramar Dr.: Recently redone 3 bd.. 2 ba.
brick home, nicely and fully furnished. Landscaped.
$95,000.
Hwy. 98: Great buy for home across street from
beach. Nice 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhomes, furnished.
$48,500 ea. or $194,000 for all 4.
Grand Isle, 231 Kim Kove: Two good building lots.
each 75'x115'. Cleared and high. $10,000 ea.
404 5th St: 2 bd., 2 ba., cen. h&a. mobile home. 2
screen porches. Ig. outside utility house, very nice.
on ig. lot, $44,500.
35th SL: 2 bd., 1 ba., 56'x14' furnished mobile
home. NICEI $35,000.
12th St. Business Center: commercial lot 2nd
from highway. $35,000.
13th SL: 120'x90 close to beach. $28,000.
Grand Isle, Nan Nook: 3 bd.. 1 ba., Ip., w/
efficiency apt., lots of extras. $87,000.
OVERSTREET
545 & Long Ave., Peace and quiet, 3 bd., 2 ba.
Nice home & 5 acres, $85,200.
Intracoastal Waterway: 3 bd.. 2 ba. horre w/dbl.
garage, plus deck, 400' on Intracoastal Waterway,
deep water marina, Ig. enough to dock a sea-going
vessel up to 120'. Located on 7.5 acres, all cleared
and fenced, private and quiet. $275,000.
Overstreet: 2 acres, beautiful pines, good entrance
drive, a gorgeous home site. $17,500.
Overstreet Hwy. 386 before bridge, 1.47 acres.
septic tank, light pole, well. $15,000.


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MINUTES...

,Guilf Counfy Comission
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION MINUTES
APRIL 11. 1989
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County. Florida met this date in regular session
with the following members present: Chairman
Douglas C. Birmingham and Commissioners
James E. Creamer. Jimmy 0. Gortman, Donald B.
Parker, and Nathan Peters, Jr. Others present
were: Attorney William J. Rish, Clerk Benny C. Us-
ter. Deputy Clerk Towai Collier, Sheriff Al Harri-
son, Admin. Asst/Civil Defense Director Larry
Wells, Building inspector De Wayne Manuel. Mos-
quito Control Director Sam Graves, Jr.. and Road
Superintendent Bob Lester.
The meeting came to order at 9:05 am.
Attorney Rish opened the meeting with
prayer, and Commissioner Parker led the Pledge of
Allegiance to the flag.
Approve Minutes
Upon motion by Commissioner Gortman.
second by Commissioner Parker, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the minutes of March 28,
1989. both special and regular meetings.
Public Hearing Close Alley Oak Grove
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider closing an alley in Oak Grove,
the Board upheld their decision at the last meeting
of not closing the alley.
Public Hearing 4-way Stops St. Joe
Beach
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider placing six 4-way stops at St.
Joe Beach, Commissioner Creamer moved that the
Board install 4-way stops at the following desig-
nated areas at St. Joe Beach. Commissioner Park-
er seconded the motion, and It passed unanimous-
ly. Chairman Birmingham directed Road
Superintendent Lester to install these signs.
Columbus Street & Americus Avenue
Gulf Street & Americus Avenue'
Bay Street & Americus Avenue
Columbus Street & Georgia Avenue
Gulf Street & Georgia Avenue
Bay Street & Georgia Avenue
Close Street Beacon Hill
Evelyn Gardner, of Beacon Hill, appeared be-
fore the Board to request that the County give or
sell them the property at the end of 4th Street in
Beacon. Hill. She presented a letter of request, a
map, and pictures of the street end. She stated
that the street has never been maintained by the
County, but she and her husband have been
maintaining it for approximately 20 years. After
discussion, Attorney Rish stated that the County
would have to either take bids on selling the prop-
erty or close the street and split the property be-
tween the adjoining property owners. Per the re-
quest of Mrs. Gardner, Commissioner Creamer
moved that the Board hold a public hearing to con-
sider closing this portion of 4th Street, in Beacon
Hill. Commissioner Parker seconded the motion.
Upon request by Commissioner Peters, Chairman
Birmingham directed that the property owners of
that block be notified. Upon vote, the motion
passed unanimously. Chairman Birmingham di-
rected Deputy Clerk Collier to set the public hear-
ing for May 23. 1989 at 7:05 p.m.
Close Alley Beacon Hll
Commissioner Creamer then moved that the
Board hold a public hearing to close an alley, run-
ning from 3rd Street to 4th Street (between 3rd Av-
enue and 4th Avenue through Block 21), in Bea-
con Hill. Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion, and it passed unanimously. Chairman
Birmingham directed that the surrounding proper-
ty owners be notified, and he directed Deputy
Clerk Collier to set the public hearing for May 23,
1989 at 7:15 p.m.
Close Alley St. Joe Beach
Tom Harris, of St. Joe Beach. appeared be-
fore the Board to request that the entire alley run-
ning through Block 11 (parallel to Pine Street) be
closed. He reported that a portion of this alley was
closed in 1977 at the request of Mr. Cassani -
and he would like for 'the Board to close the re-
mainder of the alley. Upon motion by Commission-
er Creamer, second by Commissioner Parker, and,
S unanimous vote, the Board agreed to hold a public
hearing to consider closing the entire alley. Chair-
man Birmingham directed that the surrounding
property owners be notified, and he directed Depu-
ty Clerk Collier to set the public hearing for May
23, 1989 at 7:30 p.m.
Property Cleanup
David Middleton, of St. Joe Beach, appeared
before the Board to discuss property on which a
vacant house is located. He stated that the yard Is
messed fp, the house -is open -front and back,
kids are playing in the house, etc., and discussed
that It s a health and fire hazard. Commissioner
Creamer reported that this house also has refrhiger.
actors in it that are against the law. He also report.
ed that Ms. Arnold is the realtor for this property,
and upon contacting her. he was told that she
would p-,t locks on the doors and move the cars
(this had not been done as of yesterday) Mr Mid-
dielon also presented pictures of the property to
"'' the Board Attorney Rish reported that there Is
presendy no ordinance concerning this. and Sher-
SiT Hlarnson stated that he would like to see the
County adopt. one. After discussion. Chairman
Birmingham directed Building Inspector Manuel to
write the property owner to request that this prop--
S erty be cleaned, and the house be. closed. John
Reeves discussed that this is also a problem at,
SMoney Bayou.
"Garbage Trailers Cape San Blas
John Thorpe. of Cape San Blas, discussed
that the residents of the Cape met last Thursday
and agreed to. request that the Board move the
garbage trailers off of the C3OE right-of-way at the
Cape, back to a previous location, until a more ap-
propriate place is found, off of the road right-of-
. ways. He stated that they also'discussed their ap-
preciation to the Star for the picture taken of the
garbage trailers out there, and to Commissioner.
Peters for his recommendation for a solution. After
discussion about the steps he followed after their
meeting, he reported that he talked to Commis-
sioner Parker concerning their two requests and
since that te the trailers have been moved, and
he stated that Commissioner Parker was also at
the right-of-way site cleaning up garbage that was
thrown on the ground. After discussion and re-
quest by Mr. Thorpe that the dumpsters be located
on ,the park property as a permanent solution,
John Reeves appeared before the Board to discuss
'this issue. He stated that this is a problem and the
Parks Commission Is trying to find a solution, but
they do not agree with putting the trailers on- the
Park property. He stated that he contacted the De-'
partment of the Interior concerning this, and was
told that if the County requests permission to
place the trailers on a portion of the park property.
their chance of getting permission Is good., but, If
they just do it. they stand the chance of losing the
property. Mr. Reeves also requested a letter of ap-
preciation to the Division of Forestry for the money
(approximately $10,504.00) they have saved the
County through provision of supervised labor for
our Park projects. He stated that tomorrow is
Woody Powell's last day, and he has been very
helpful .in working with the Parks Commission. He
again stated that the deed covenant restricts the
garbage trailers from the property, and requested
that they be moved so It will not be jeopardized.
Chairman Birmingham stated that, he was con-
cerned about Mr. Reeves contacting the Federal
Government without discussing it with the Board
first, because the Parks Commission is acting as
an agent of the Board. He stated that they should
be working together, but the ultimate decisions
'will be made by the Board. After further discussion
by John Reeves,and Carolyn Summers, Chairman
Birmingham stated that there is no reason for the
Board and the Parks Commission to be In an ad-
versarial role. Commissioner Creamer moved that
the Board have Attorney Rish write the Depart-
ment of the Interior to request permission to place
the dumpsters on an isolated portion'of the Park
property (with a fence around them), and Commis-
sioner Parker seconded the motion. Upon inquiry,
Attorney Rish discussed the proper channels that
would need to be followed (contact Department of
Interior, and enlist the assistance of our U.S. Rep-
resentative). After further discussion, the motion
passed unanimously. Chairman Birmingham di-
rected Attorney Rish to call and write the
Department of the Interior and the U.S. Represen-
tatives to obtain permission to place the trailers on
the Park property. Bill Quaranta presented a draw-
ing and a letter to submit with the Board's letter.
John Reeves also requested that the Parks Com-
mission be included in anything that concerns the
park projects. The Board agreed to this request,
and to the request that the residents of each park
location also be contacted for input Jeari Arnold
Stated that the dumpsters on the side of the road
are dangerous.
Property Cleanup
Commissioner Creamer requested that the
Attorney, instead of the Building Inspector, write
the letter to the owner of the property on Colum-
bus Street. The Board had no objection. Upon dis-
cussion by dean Arnold, Commissioner Creamer
reported that each situation like this will be han-
dled as It is discovered.
Garbage Trailers Cape San Blas
Upon request by John Thorpe, Chairman
Birmingham reported that the garbage trailers
have been removed from the right-of-way, where
they will remain unless the Board votes to move
them. He stated that attempts are being made to
locate other property to put them on, but property
in that area is not easy to come by.
The meeting then recessed for a short break
(10:14 a.m.).


The meeting reconvened at 10:26 a.m.
Signs St. Joe Beach
Raymond Wood, of St. Joe Beach, appeared
before the Board to request that "Children at Play"
signs be placed on Atlantic Street near his home.
He discussed that the County trucks, as well as
other vehicles, use this street to get to the dump.
commissioner Creamer stated that he will take
care of having these signs installed.
Deem to Comply Codes School Building
Inspector
Building Inspector Manuel requested permis-


sion to attend a "Deem to Comply" Codes School In
Daytona on May 11-14, 1989. Upon motion by
Commissioner Gortman. second by Commissioner
Creamer, and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved this request.
Mosquito Control Department Employees
Mosquito Control Director Graves presented
the following 3 recommendations for the positions
with his department, and stated that he would
present his other recommendation for a part-time
spray-truck driver at a later date.
Doug Kelly -full-time
John Buckins full-time
John Hayes part-time
Upon motion by Commissioner' Peters,' sec-
ond by Commissioner Creamer, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to hire these individuals
per Mosquito Control Director Graves'recommen-
dation.
Invoices Survey & Permitting Wewa-
hitchka Class m ISite
Clerk Lister presented invoices from Basker-
ville-Donovan Engineers for the 40-acre survey
($950.00) and the permitting ($3,204.25) for the
new landfill site on Highway 22, in Wewahitchka.
Commissioner Goritmnan moved to pay the-invoices,
and Commissioner Creamer seconded the motion.
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Gortman about the
permit being complete, and after discussion, Com-
missioner Creamer withdrew his second, and Com-
missioner Gortman withdrew his motion.
Invoice Survey Road Department -Pit
Clerk Lister presented an Invoice from Land-
mark Surveying and Engineering. In the amount of
-$2,490.00, for surveying the Road Department Pit
property. Upon motion by Commissioner Gortman,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved payment of this invoice.
Invoices Survey & Permitting Wewa-
hitchka Class, Iu Site
After discussion by Admin. AssC Wells about
2 permits being necessary (1 for the Class III land-
fill and 1 for'1he,compattor station), Commissioner
Gortman moved that the Board pay the invoice
from Baskervllle-Donovan Engineers, in the
amount of $950.00. for the 40-acre survey. Com-
missioner Creamer 'seconded the motion. and it
passed unanimously. Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Gortman, second by Commissioner Parker,
and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to table the
Invoice for permitting, for further information.
Equipment Civil Air Patrol Office Wewa-
hitehka Courthouse '
Sheriff Harrison reported, that equipment
and blankets have been left n the old Civil Air Pa-
trol office at the Wewahltchka 'Courithouse. He
stated that the room ls' 'mess,' and he requested
permission to get the blankets for use in his de-
partment. Civil' Defense Director Wells reported
that the blankets and cots are' there In case of a
mass-casualty ncident.-Upn discussiodiscussion by the
Sheriff about proper storage. Civil Defense Director
Wells reported that he has okayed for the equip-
ment to be moved to the Wewahltchka Ambulance
building.
Lawsuit Wewshitchka Ambulance
Attorney Rish reported that he believes the'
lawsuit on the Wewahltchka Ambulance that
burned has been settled 'for the amount of
$16,500.00.
State Funding Mosquito Control'
Attorney Rish reported that he has received
a letter of response from Senator Vince Bruner, re-
garding the State funding for Mosquito Control.
stating he will do all he can to have it reinstated.
SCourt Ordered Payments ......I
Attorney Rish reported on a letter received
from the.Public Defender's Office. concerning the
funding in the Clyde Melvin case. He stated that
the County should get approximately $3.000.00
from them in this matter.
Gulf Aire. Phase II Subdivision
Attorney Rish reported that he and Mr. Core
have been working to ascertain the owners of the
GulfAire, Phase H Subdivision, for the purpose of
having the Hold Harmless agreements signed. He
stated that he would give It to' Commissioner
Creamer to pass on to Mr. Riley so It can be signed
at their next ,Homeowner's meeting.
Storage Tank Compliance Program
Admin. Asst. Wells discussed a letter from
DER requesting that the County participate in a
Storage Tank Compliance Program. After discus-
sion, the Board agreed for Admin. Asst. Wells to
obtain more Information about this, and report
back. After further discussion about present stor-
age tank inspections, Commissioner Parker moved
that the Board not participate In, or pursue, this
matter. Commissioner Creamer second the mo-
tion. and it passed with the following vote: Chair-
man Birmingham and. Commissioner Creamer.
Gortman. and Parker voted yes. Commissioner Pe-
ters voted no. Chairmnnan Birmingham directed Ad-
min. Asst. Wells o, writeDER that the Board does
not'wish to participate In this program.
Buckhorn Landfill Permit
Admin. Asst. Wells.reported on a letter from
DER which states that the County Is deficient on
the Closure permit application for Buckhom Land-
fill. He discussed that the County's major deficien-
cy Is the monitoring wells (in wrong location), but.
they also want' letter from St. Joe Forest Prod-
ucts giving the County permission to stockpile clay
on their property, their property, anthey object to pine trees be-
thg planted there.'. After discussion by Mosquito
Control Directoir'ves that' grass has been plant-
ed there, Chairman Birmingham directed Attorney
Rish to take care of the problem with the monitor-
ing wells, Mosquito Control Director Graves to ob-
tain a letter from St. Joe Forest Products, and Ad-
min. Asst. Wells to calli'and write the Engineers
(BDE) to notify them of deficiencies they need to
handle. ."...
Courthouse Telephone System
Admin. Asst. Wells x reported that the consul-
tant from the Division of. Communications has
been to the Courthouse, and he should send a re-
port In about a month-
Health Care Responsibility Act
Admin. Asst. Wells presented a memoran-
dum concerning the Health Care Responsibility
Act/Shared County and State Health Care Pro-
gram meeting he attended'dn April 7th, in Talla-
hassee. He stated that under the H.C.R.A, it is
mandatory for all counties, effective January 1,
1989. to reimburse (out of County hospitals) for In-
digent patient care (both emergency and non-
emergency) for Gulf County residents. He also stat-
,ed that they will be responsible forup to $4.00 per
capital In the County (as much as $48,952.00). He
discussed that one of the biggest responsibilities of
the program is the screening process to determine
Indigency. and he requested that the Board con-
tact the Health Department for their' assistance In
this process (the State recommended this at the
workshop and the Health Department Is already
Involved in this-process through'the Primary Care
Program). Commissioner Gortman moved that the
Board contact the Health Department to have
them screen Individuals to determine indlgeney.
and Commissioner Peters seconded'the motion. Atf-'
ter further discussion, the motion passed unani-
mously.
Building Permits
Jean Arnold stated that on March 28th It
was discussed that a building was., constructed
without permits and a recommendation was to be
made back to the Board. She also stated that she.
has read the minutes since then, but has found no
recommendation. Commissioner Creamer stated
that the request was Just. made at the last meeting.
there has not been adequate time for research, nor
have there been any meetings since that date.
Water Line Beaches Water System
Upon Inquiry by Jean Arnold about draining
the water line at St Joe Beach,. Commissioner
Creamer reported that they are going to have to
disconnect the meter to drain It. Upon further in-
quiry by Jean Arnold about when It will be done.'.
*Commissioner Creamer reported that he will have
Mr. Martin take care of it within a week.
Wster Line Butler's Restaurant
Jean Arnold stated that she objects to the
Board replacing the line to Butler's Restaurant.
which was not part of.the. original plan, at the wa- -
ter consumer's expense. Commissioner Peters stat-
ed that he and. Commissioner Gortman also object-
ed to this at the last meeting. After further
discussion, Commissioner Peters stated that he
feels the 2-inch line would have been adequate for
the sprinkler system.
Correctional Facility
Chairman'Birmingham discussed that repre-
sentatives from the Department of Corrections
were here to look at the' proposed site for another
correctional facility. 'He stated that there is some
confusion about what location the Board supports
for construction of the facility, and he gave the
Chair to Vice Chairman Peters and moved that the
Board write a letter to the Department of Correc-
tions and the Wewahltchka Chamber of Com-
merce. stating that. the Board supports another
correctional facility being constructed only in the
area where the one originally exists. Commissioner
Parker seconded the motion, and It passed unani-
mously. Chairman Peters then-returned the Chair
to Commissioner Birmingham.
Bridge Overstreet
Chairman Birmingham discussed the dan-
gerous turn-off from the bridge onto North Canal
Drive at Overstreet. and he discussed that the.


State Is trying to give the Overstreet Road (386) to
the County. He stated that the Department of
Transportation is holding up on repairing the
turn-off, to see what the County is going to do con-
cerning acceptance of the road. He also stated that
he objects to them holding up the safety of the
people using that turn-off, for the sake of finding
out if the County is going to peacefully accept the
road. Chairman Birmingham gave the Chair to
Vice Chairman Peters, and moved that the Board
write DOT to request that these be addressed as
two separate Issues, and to seek the assistance of
Representative Trammell, Senator Bruner,. and
Governor Martinez. Commissioner Creamer sec-
onded the motion, and it passed unanimously.
Chairman Peters returned the Chair to Commis-


Mole Crickets Are Pests!


stoner Birmingham.
Licenses Hunting and Fishing
Chairman Birmingham discussed proposed
legislation to raise the fees for hunting and fishing
licenses, and also to take away the exemption from
payment by those persons who are age 65 and old-
er. He gave the Chair to Vice Chairman Peters, and
moved that the Board adopt a resolution to re-
uest that the Legislators leave all fees exactly as
they are now, and that they not take away the ex-
emption for those who are 65 and older and he
moved that they write all the surrounding counties
to request that they also adopt a similar resolution
to the Legislators. Commissioner Gortman second-
ed the motion. After further discussion about
raised fees and how they are spent, Commissioner
Gortman asked that the letter be sent with the res-
olution; to request that'they also adopt a similar
resolution to the Legislators. Commissioner Gort-
man seconded the motion. After further discussion
about' raised fees arid how they are spent. Cornm-
missioner Gortman asked that the letter be sent
with the resolution, to request a breakdown of how
these fees are spent Commissioner Birmingham
further discussed that a rman named McPherson is
the pusher of this bill. After discussion about the
possibility of the Game & Fish Commission being
abolished, the motion passed unanimously. Chair-
man Peters then returned the Chair to Commis-
sioner Birmingham. Chairman Birmingham direct-
ed Attorney Rish to prepare this resolution and the
letters, and to place telephone 'calls to our repre-
sentatives.
Gasoline Tax
Commissioner Peters stated that he was go-
rig to bring up.the subject ofa gas tax, but he will
wait to 'discuss It at the special meeting.
Utility Lines County Right-of-Way
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Peters, Road
Superintendent' Lester reported that he has not
had any problems getting representatives of the
utility companies to locate their lines, since they
have been contacted.
Job Openings Health Department
Commissioner Creamer discussed that the
Port St. Joe Health Department has taken applica-
tlons for a Nutritionist, and he was contacted by a
citizen who did not find out about the job opening
until they stopped taking applications. He stated
that he went to the Health Department to check on
this, and was informed that they are not required
to advertise job openings in the newspaper, the newspaper, they
just post them on the bulletin board; After further
discussion, Commissioner Creamer moved that
the Board write a letter to Dr. Crockett, requesting
that this position (and all future positions) not be
filled until It is properly advertised in the local
newspaper. Commissioner Gortman seconded the
motion, and stated that all jobs (construction or
otherwise) should be advertised. Commissioner
Creamer agreed to Include that In his motion, and
he reported that he asked Dr. Crockett not to hire
anyone for this position, but he has not received
any response. After discussion by Commissioner
Peters about internal job changes within the sys-
tem, the motion passed unanimously. Chairman
Birmingham directed that a letter be written to re-
quest that they hold up on filling this position, as
well as all future positions and projects, until they
are properly advertised In the newspaper.
Signs Quiet/Sickness
Upon. Inquiry by Sheriff Harrison about
"Quiet'- Sickness" signs, Commissioner Gortman
discussed a situation he has been contacted
about.
After further.discussion.sCommissioner further, discussion, Commissioner Gortman
moved to purchase 6 of these signs, and allow the
Sheriff to post them at his discretion.

commissioner Creamer seconded the motion, and
It passed unanimously. Chairman Birmingham di-
rected Road Superintendent Lester to get with the
Sheriff for wording. and order 6 signs.
ordinance Sale of Alcoholic Beverages
Commissioner Creamer discussed a request
by John Hanson that he rescind the motion to
hold a public hearing concerning the time limit for
sale of alcoholic beverages. After further discus-
sion" about procedure, Commissioner Creamer
moved that the Board reconsider his motion for
the public hearing, Commissioner Parker seconded
the motion, and It passed unanimously. Upon re-
consideration of the motion. It failed unanimously
(the Board agreed not to hold the public hearing to
consider amending the ordinance concerning the
,sale of alcoholic beverages in Gulf County).
Damages Prisoners,
Upon inquiry by Commissioner about prison-
ers, being fined If they damage county property
while incarcerated, Sheriff Harrison discussed that
when there are witnesses and it can be proven, the
prisoners are charged with Destruction of County
aSign "Children At Play"
Commissioner Creamer requested that Road
Superintendent Lester order the "Children at Play"
signs .for Atlantic Street, at SLt. Joe Beac-, plus 6
more foi other areas out there.
White City Park'
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Creamer.
Sheriff Harrison reported that the boat named
'"fellow Fever" has been movedfrom the White City
Park. .
Cable Television
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Creamer,
Chairman Birmingham reported that Attorney
Rish has been studying the cable TV 'franchise re-
.uest, but the Board has not been contacted by
White City Park
Sheriff Harrison discussed the "need for In-
structione for parking boats at the White City
Park. John Reeves reported that the future plans
for that park call for an organized parking system.
Workshop Recreational Injury Liability
Commissioner Parker discussed that a Rec-
reational injury Liability Workshop will be held in
Fort Walton on April 25. 1989. and he moved that
the Board pay the expenses for Wayne Childers
and John Reeves (Parks Commission) to attend
this meeting. Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion, and discussed that the Board's money sit-.
uation is tight. Upon discussion about where this
should be pad froaid frm, Commissioner Creamerstat-
ed that he objects to it being paid from the Parks
Commission Fund. After further discussion, Com-
missioner Peters withdrew his second, and Com-
missioner Parker withdrew his motion, as Conmmis-
sioner Creamer stated that Lhe will pay their
expenses out of his pocket.
Signs County Right-of-Way
Upon discussion by Commissioner Parker of
violations of the County's ordinance concerning
signs on the right-of-ways. Sheriff Harrison stated
that If Commissioner Parker will let him know
where the violation Is, his department will hivesti-
gate it.
Garbage Trailers Cape San Blu
Commissioner Parker discussed the prob-
lems that he Is having with the garbage trailers at
the Cape, and he requested that the Star also take
some pictures of the work that has been done at
the Dead Man's Curve Park. He also stated that he
will welcome any suggestions or information con-
cerning the garbage trailers.
Maintenance Courthouse Roof
Upon Inquiry by Commissioner Gortman,
Building Inspector Manuel reported' that he has re-
ceived 1 estimate for repairing the Courthouse
roof, but would rather not announce It as this will
be going out on bid. After discussion, Commission- .
Ser. Gortman moved that the Board contact Charles
Gaskin, Architect, for an estimate on a built-up
seconded the motion. Chairman Birmingham stat-
ed that the Architect will be paid out of Court-
house Improvements, and after discussion about
the construction of the Courthouse, the motion
passed unanimously.
Work Schedule County Employees
Commissioner Gortman read a commitment
from the Road Department employees concerning
a i0-hour/4-day work week, and he presented a
"list of approximate savings to the County each
year.' He then moved that the Board allow the_
Road Department and the Mosquito Control De,
partment to go to~a 4-day work week until October
1st. Commissioner Peters seconded the motion for
discussion, and he stated that Mosquito Control
Director Graves does not approve of this. After fur-
ther discussion, Commissioner Gortman withdrew
the Mosquito Control Department from his motion.
Commissioner Peters then withdrew his second,
and the motion died for lack of a second. ;
Driveway Drop-Offs State Roads
Commissioner Gortman reported that the
State Department of'rransportation needs to work
on some driveway drop-offs on HIghways 22 & 71.
After discussion, Chairman Birmingham gave the
Chair to Vice Chairman Peters, and moved that
the County Road Department repair the driveway
turn-outs on Highway 22 and Highway 71. Com-
missioner Gortman seconded the motion. After dis-
cussion by the Attorney, Commissioner Gortman
withdrew his second, and Commissioner Birming-
ham withdrew his motion. Chairman Peters re-
turned the Chair to Commissioner Birmingham.
Commissioner Peters discussed that DOT has
been doing a lot of shoulder work on Highway 98
at Mexico Beach (Bay County), but has not done
any work on the Gulf County end. He asked that
the Board write DOT to request that they repair
the roads in the St. Joe Beach area, also. Upon
discussion by the Chairman. Attorney Rish report-
ed that he will get on this today.
Beat Ramp Overstreet
Commissioner Goriman discussed place-


ment of the boat ramp at Overstreet, stating that
the citizens need one, even if it Is located under-
neath the bridge.
Driveway Drop-Offs County Roads
Commissioner Gortman requested that the
Road Department repair all driveways drop-offs on
County roads (with each Commissioner to notify
them of drop-offs in his district). The Board had no
objection.
There being no further business, the meeting
did then adjourn.
/s/ DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM, CHAIRMAN'
ATTEST: /s/ BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK


By Roy Lee Carter
County Extension Director

Mole crickets have become a
serious lawn pest in North Flori-
da. Mole crickets are imports
from South America and have few
effective predators and no known
natural parasites in North Ameri-
ca.
For the benefit of Florida new-
comers, mole cricket adults are
about 1 1/2 inches long and are
short and stout, making them
well adapted for tunneling
through the soil. Mole crickets
tunnel through the soil feeding on























Carter

organic matter, other insects, and
a limited amount of plant materi-
al. Tunneling causes the grass to
experience drought symptoms
cause grass roots are not in con-
tact with the soil.

Each spring, mole crickets lay
eggs in the soil. The nymphs,
which hatch in about two weeks,
look like the adults, except
they're smaller and lack fully de-
veloped wings. These nymphs
mature very gradually, reaching
adulthood the following spring.
Thus, there is only one genera-
tion per year.

Although mole crickets live
mostly below ground, the adults
are readily attracted to lights, es-
pecially in the spring, and
throughout the summer. At this
time, they're commonly found un-
der street lamps, electric signs,
and similar illumination.

Mole crickets are most active
at night; especially after a rain or
irrigation and when the tempera-
ture is about 70 degrees fahren-
heit. Under these conditions, they
make burrows in the upper inch
ortwo of the soil. And, occasion-
ally, they'll partially emerge to
gather bits of food. These surface
burrows, which range from about
one-eighth to three-quarters of an
inch in diameter, look like minia-
ture mole runs. This burrowing
loosens the soil, causing plants to
dry out. However, the most seri-
ous damage is caused by the
crickets feeding on the roots of
lawn grass.

Mole crickets can be con-
trolled by either sprays or baits.
Apply sprays or baits when the
overnight temperature is expected
to be 70 degrees fahrenheit or
higher, be sure the soil is moist.
If necessary, sprinkle the area for
about an hour before application.
Moisture aids soil penetration of
sprays, and with baits, it attracts
the mole crickets to the surface to
feed.

To insure even pesticide cov-
erage, it is best to treat no more
than 500 square feet at a time.
Mark off the area to be covered,
and apply half the recommended
amount evenly, back and forth in
one direction. Then turn at right
angles and apply the rest. After
spraying, irrigate for above 40
minutes. But, do not water after
applying baits.
Baits are niost effective when
the fast-growing nymphs need a
lot of food from late June to Sep-
tember. But, the sooner baits are
applied after damage is noticed,
the most effective they'll be. Baits
may be applied by hand, but be
sure to wear rubber gloves. For
sprays, a garden hose attachment
applicator is recommended, one
that requires 15 .to 20 gallons of
water passing through the hose
to empty a quart Jar. Regardless
of whether you use a spray or
bait, a second application in 10
days to two weeks will provide


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better control.
In order for grass to better
tolerate damage, do not mow
shorter than recommended
heights: Bahia 3", St. Augustine
3", Centipede 2", Bermuda 3/16 -
1/2" depending on variety. Do not
allow turf to dry out excessively.
Proper timing of pesticide
application is extremely impor-
tant. Where economic damage
has occurred in previous years,
apply sprays or granules early to
mid June or a bait during the lat-


ter part of June or early July. Irri-
gate before application of any
pesticide if the soil is not moist.
Irrigate after applying sprays or
granules with 1/2 inch water. Do
not irrigate after applying baits
for 3-4 days if possible.
Some recommended sprays
and granules for mole cricket
control are: Baygon 70 wp, Dia-
zinon 2E, Oftanol 1.5 percent
granules and Orthene 75S. Two
highly recommended baits are:
Baygon and Dursban.


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TiHES, uacRn..T ns T S.J o.,e. rE H I ,ounSDAY.. AAY ,in P OP UOOCt J oetwC A I

Police Chief Carl Richter Says Statistics Show There Are 300-400 Active Drug Users Here in Port St. Joe


At Least 70% of All Criminal


There is more active drug use
and sales going on in Port St. Joe
than the average citizen would
imagine, according to a report Po-
lice Chief Carl Richter made to
the Rotary Club last Thursday.
Richter, in outlining some of
the things to look for in the drug
traffic, said, based on national
averages, there are from 300 to
400 drug users, just inside the
city of Port St. Joe. "I believe
those statistics, too," Chief Rich-
ter said.
Illegal drugs have affected the
nation-and TPort St. Joe-more
than any one other activity, ac-
cording to the chief. "A full 70%
of our criminal activities are di-
rectly related to drugs and 80%
of the drug related arrests are for
or caused by the use of crack co-
caine," he said.
Chief Richter said the only
way to combat this scourge to
American society is through edu-
cation. Enlightening people of the
high prevalence of drug activity
in a small town like Port St. Joe
is evidently one of the most star-
tling of these pieces of education-
al information.
The huge attraction to the Il-
legal drug business, of course, is
the large profits to be made and
the small probability of receiving.
a severe term in the penitentiary
if one is caught. "A person has to


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the same offense before he faces
any serious consequences, and
they know that," Richter said.
"Our best hope is Just to curb the
traffic," he said.
NATIONAL PROBLEM
Nationally the drug traffic is a
$20 million per day business in
Miami alone. During the course
of a year. illegal drugs do $80
BILLION in business nationwide.
Over one third of the people
in the nation, over the age of 12
years, has tried illegal drugs at
some time in his life.
The practice accounts for
most of the tax increases for
fighting crime; most of the insu-
rance premium increases to pay
for claims where addicts steal
others' property to raise money to
support their habit; price in-
creases for merchandise, to cover
the cost of merchandise stolen
from stores to finance drug hab-
its and other cost increases
which are not readily defined as
being drug related.
About 95% of the cocaine
sold and used in the United
States comes from South and
Central America, Richter said.
Cocaine sells in Columbia for
$1,000 per kilo [2.2 pounds]
and then- is resold in Miami for
$15,000. A pound of marijuana


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expense in dealing with
lem, according to tU
'There were 80,000 p
day treated for narcotic
last year in the United
Richter went on to point
narcotic problem is the
rious problem to face th
States. It has caused
down in family relation
terrupted the career an
untold numbers of pe
has probably caused
Sman suffering and dam
tures than any other sul
Except alcohol.
Richter listed alcohol
there with the illegal n
levels 'of damaged 1i
ruined futures.
"Most kids see theil
use the drugs at hor


Activity Is Tri
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ie United prescription drugs. They see their
parents either drinking at home
or coming home slightly or falling
s resulted down drunk from parties and
-rocketing meetings. They find the alcohol
the prob- and some of the drugs in the
he chief. form of prescription drugs
people per around the home and they're go-
addiction ing to try them. You can count on
States." them trying these things."
it out the As a finale to his address,
most se- Chief Richter showed the Rotari-
he United ans a sample case of the various
a break- abusive drugs used today. He
ships, in- had everything in the case from
nd lives of liquid paper for sniffing to crack
:ople and for smoking.
more hu- As for advice about how to
age to fu- combat the drug, Richter said to
bstance. just stay alert to things seen in
your vicinity and things you hear
A1 right up which don't really make sense.
arcotic in "Give us a call If you run across
lives and anything which puzzles you. It
just might be involved with drug
r parents use or sales," Chief Richter point-
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a report of the crime rate for the
past year to a joint meeting of the
Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police last
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sector enforcement heads.
A According to Moore, both the
number of crimes and the crime
S- rate have recorded increases dur-
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ber of crimes being committed be-
ing the largest.
Too, Moore was reporting
only on certain kinds of crimes.
He was using the most serious of
crimes committed against other
people in his index.
Oddly enough, the largest in-
creases were in the crimes of rob-
bery and automobile theft. Both
crimes increased by 16.5 percent.
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-94,694 car thefts 'reported in
-_ 1988.
Total crimes committed-for
all offenses reported on-were
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percent over the year prior.
The crime index [crimes com-
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population] was also up. This in-
dicator showed a 5.4 percent in-
crease over the previous year.
Negotiable items, such as
yer jewelry, precious metals, autos
and currency were the favorite
targets of thieves. A third of these
hip items which were stolen, were
taken from single family resi-
dences.
Some other interesting statis-
tics are that 78.7 percent of the


crime victims do not know their
offender. Over half the crime vic-
tims were injured as a result of
the crime, committed against
.them last year.
FAVORITE WEAPONS
While there are a lot of hand-
guns and assault weapons float-
ing around out there, the favorite
weapons of criminals are still
those which they were born with.
In nearly half the cases where
weapons were used, those weap-
ons were either hands, fists or
feet. Handguns ranked second,
used 11.1 percent of the time.
The use of other firearms swelled
the statistic of those using fire-
arms to about 20 percent.


Weapons were used most of-
ten during simple assaults, ag-
gravated assaults and robberies.
1l111 An appalling statistic shows
some 919,886 offenses were
committed, involving these
crimes, but in only about 26.3%
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high on the list of Florida crime.
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Cocaine has also taken over
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Crime took a chunk of money
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Athletes
Eleven different sports were
represented at the annual All
Sports Banquet held at Port St.
Joe High School last Thursday
evening. Two hundred and 17
team members were recognized,
some of which were multi-sports
participants.
Recognized were cheerlead-
ers, junior high, Junior varsity
and varsity; cross county team;
volleyball (girls' J.v. and varsity);
basketball (boys' Jr. high, J.v. &
varsity) and girls' basketball;
wrestling; wrestlerettes; weight-
lifting, baseball, bat girls, girls'
softball, track and golf.
CHEERLEADERS
Junior high: Heather John-
son, Erin Oliver, Leah Ray, Dana
Earley, Megan Dean, April Little,
Pausha Pendarvis, Nichole Wild-
er, Shannon Antley and Analisa
Wood.
J.V.: Lisa Atkins, Pam Bowen,
Palge Bowen, Al Jones, Vivian
Miller, Hollie Hendrix, Dana
Swatts, Christy Smith, Pam Wil-
liams.
The varsity cheerleaders each
received a letter and trophies
were awarded to Christy McDa-
niel, captain; and Cheerleader of
the Year to Stacy Kemp, both sen-
iors. Other cheerleaders are: Ni-
cole Quinn, Robin Kimmell, Tam-
my Williams, Holly Lyons,
Danielle Scott, Amanda Thomas,
Erika Williams and Wetona Wil-
liams.
CROSS COUNTRY
This was the first year that
Port St. Joe High fielded a cross
country team, with Scott Boykin
receiving an academic award and
Most Valuable Player going to
Dontae Quinn. Other team mem-
bers are: Desmond Quinn, Col-
lins Hamilton and Ernest Gant.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Junior varsity team members:
Lenora Jones, Kendra McDaniel,
Becky Carr, Jennifer Dykes, Kim
Thomas, Lacrethia Middleton,
Teleshia Daniels, Calondra White,
Deby Monteiro, Paula Pendarvis,
Cheryl Gainous, Casi Gandy and
Kim Kendrick.
Varsity: The Most Improved


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Recognized
Award went to Connie Burrows, two champions
the Most Valuable Player was Jones, a fifth y
Tracie Gant, and Hilda Cosme re- district champic
ceived the Best Hustler and aca- derson won bot
demic award. Other team mem- gional competit
bers are: Nicole Butler, Sandy classification.
Thomas, Dion Golson, Yolanda went to Jones a
Daniels, DeWana Davidson, Dana went to Hendei
Golson, Tinnie Julius, Barbara tiers are: Du
McElrath and Missy Sims. Campbell, Bern
BOYS' BASKETBALL Tull, Chris Rob
The junior high team went son, Bill Qua
undefeated this year, 9-0. Team Ovaert. Scored
members are: Devon Thomas, Mongold.
George Thomas, Jason Maxwell, WRES
Randy Smith, Sandy Quinn, Ced- Lisa North,
ric Anthony, Terrance Williams, chel Branson,
Al McNair, Bryan Butts, Brant Bi- Leanna Reed, N
zek and Steve Ailes. Roslyn Beachu
Junior varsity: Tracey Stan- drick.
sel, Dana Walker, Alaric Allen, WEIG
Paxton Rodgers, Tony Thomas, After three
Kendall Pickney, Eric Thomas, work, the weight
Tori Shackleford and Vincent Ad- ished second in
dison. sification. Stac3
The varsity finished the sea- first St. Joe v
son with a 15-9 record, with basi- win a state ch
cally a young team, fielding one ing first in the
senior starter. Receiving awards nard Ray place(
were: Chris Bowen, Academic; and was award
Terry Quinn, Most Improved; Wi- award. Other s
lie Smith, Best Rebounder; Kevin Torrey Bradsha
Cox, Best Free Throw and Eric Rolack, 10th; T4
Langston, Most Valuable Player. Russell Martin,
Other players are: Russell 10th; Ivey Hen
Cherry, Calvin Pryor, Reginald Other weigh
Larry, Jay Ray, Nate Peters, Car- Thomas, Larry
los Morris and Tyrone Hamilton. Taylor, Lee Nov
George Farmer is manager. er, Chris Robe
GIRLS BASKETBALL liams, Russell
The girls' basketball team vis, Bruce Daw
won the district tournament this Chris Parker, W
year, advancing to the play-offs, Ramsey, Buck
and signed two senior players, Campbell and J
Pam Miller and Tracie Gant, to ager.
full scholarships at North Florida BA
Junior College. Receiving awards The Sharks
were: Lenora Jones, Free Throw son second in I
and Most Improved; Pam Miller, 12-9 record; an
Rebound; Missy Sims, Academic; ty boasted a 6
and Tracie Gant, Most Valuable went 'to Reginal
Player. Other players were: Ken- ter with a .450
dra McDaniel, Jennifer Clark, proved, Kyle Gr
Joni Peak, April Carpenter, Yo- Tim Davis; an
land Coachman, Rhonda Pitt-
man, Tinnie Julius, Nikki Whit-
man, Kristi Davis and Rai-Lyn
Lamb.
WRESTLERS
The wrestling team boasted A T


this year: Oscar
year wrestler was
on, and Ivey Hen-
th district and re-
ion in his weight
Most Improved
and Most Valuable
rson. Other wres-
tsty Ballard, Roy
ard Miller, Tarrell
person, Bobby Hin-
aranta and Tim
keeper is Teresa
TLERETTES
Hilda Cosme, Ra-
Mary Ann Byrd,
Marchelle Gathers,
m and Kim Ken-
rHTLIFTING
e years of hard
ht lifting team fin-
the state AA clas-
y Gathers was the
weightlifter ever to
ampionship, plac-
123 lb. class. Leo-
d second at state,
ed the Total Point
tate players were:
aw, 3rd; Nicholas
'erry Quinn, 15th;
7th; Calvin Pryor,
person, 4th.
it lifters are: Tony
Hatcher, Charlie
wling, Jamie Kosi-
erson, David Wil-
Cherry, Perez Da-
son, Kevin Peiffer,
Villiam Lewis, Mike
Fernandez, Roy
John Parker, man-

ASEBALL
finished the sea-
the district with a
d the junior varsi-
-1 record. Awards
d Larry, Best Hit-
average; Most Im-
iffin; Best Fielder,
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iron post & railings, $25, lots more.
Like new everything. 4 1/2 miles N.
White City, yellow house, 229-6859.
ltp 5/18
Yard Sale, 28th St., beachside,
Mexico Beach, Sat., May 20, 9 a.m.
CDT.
Yard Sale, Saturday, May 20, 9-2.
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill, watch for signs.


The Sharks are shown in these two photos during spring foot-
ball practice.


Gulf Athlete

In Triathlon
Gulf Aire resident, Dave Gar-
rett, was happy to complete his
first Gulf Coast Triathlon on Sat-
urday, May 13.
He covered the 12-mile swim,
56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run in
five hours 23 minutes 22 sec-
onds. This time made him Gulf
County's first local finisher.
Congratulations, Dave!






Yard Sale, 609 Park Ave., H.V.
Friday and Sturday, May 19 & 20, 8
a.m. ? Itp 5/18
Yard Sale, Friday and Saturday,
May 19 & 20th. Artist's supplies,
clothing, dishes, linens and furniture.
622 Madison St., Oak Grove.
Parking lot sale, Saturday, May
20th, 8-12 a.m. St. Joseph's Church,
20th & Monument. Books, clothes,
furniture and morel 1tc 5/18
Yard Sale, 305 Parker Ave., High-
land View, Saturday, May 20, 8 a.m.
till.
2 family Yard Sale, Friday and
Saturday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. 2009 Juni-
per Ave. Books, furniture, clothes,
toys. ltp 5/18





Do you have a disability? If so,
the Center for Independent Living
may be able to help you. Call collect
904/575-9621, sponsored by The Di-
vision of Vocational Rehabilitation.
3tc 5/18


Player to Kevin Cox with a 6-4
pitching record, .380 batting av-
erage and 20 stolen bases. Other
team members are: Bill Ramsey,
Matt Taylor, Cris Revell, Jay Ray,
Bobby Nobles, Jim Anderson, Ty-
rone Hamilton, Vincent Addison,
Lewis Miles, Eric Ramsey, Dana
Walker, Adam Taylor, Chris En-
finger, Jon Elliott and Dale Even-
sen.
BAT GIRLS
Dana Golson, Dion Golson,
Wetona Williams and Danielle
Scott.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL
Awards went to Nicole Quinn,
Most Improved arid Most Valua-
ble Player went td Latasha Dan-
iels with a .613 batting average.
Other members are: Tinnie
Julius, April Lyon, Aurelia Zim-
merman, Phyllis Anthony, Christy
Smith, Kelli Saleh, Calondra
White, Terri Cawthron, Lee Ann
Nelson, Nicole Wilder, Wendy
Whitfield and Trina Saleh. Score-
keeper was Teresa Mongold.
TRACK
For the first time ever Port St.
Joe captured a District AA track
title and advanced to the state
competition where they finished
eighth. Leonard Ray won the
state title with a 54'9" shot put
throw, and finished second in the
discus. Awards went to Scott Boy-
kin, Academic; Jamie Fain, Most
Improved; and Shark Award to
Desmond Quinn and Jamie Fain.
Other track team members
are: Wes Fortunas, Bruce Daw-
son, Perez Davis, Ivey Henderson,
Nicholas Rolack, Terry Quinn,
Dontae Quinn, David Williams,
Ken Monette, Eric Langston, and
Collins Hamilton.
GOLF
Most valuable golfer went to
Hannon Smith. Other golfers are:
Phillip Nedley, Chad Arrant, Nor-
ton Arrant, Josh Colbert, Andy
Smith, Brad Buzzett, Lee Duren
and Chris Williams.


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Double wide 2 bd., I ba., ceiling
fans, w&d, 2 window a/c's; clean and
ver nice lot Lot size 43'x180'. Storage
shed, $18,500. 521 Welton Dr., Oak
Grove. 227-1342 or 229-8019.
2tc 5/18
3 bdrm. 2 bath cedar siding dou-
ble wide 28'x60' mobile home, fire-,
place, appliances, approx. 3/4 acre,
between 6th & 7th Streets, Highland
View. Call 229-8368. 4tp 5/18
1/2 acre lots Overstreet area,
$250 down, $80.06 per month. 648-
5871 or 934-3219. 2tc 5/11

Must sell sacrifice 3 bdrm. 2
bath 1350 sq. ft. ranch style, water
front, 1/2 acre lot, ch&a, Ig. kit.,
plenty closets & cabinets, quiet coun-
try living. No reasonable offer refused.
Must sell before 5/20/89. Call 229-
6961 or nights 648-8852, Creekview
Subdivision on Wetappo Creek.
$42,000. tfc 5/18

For Sale or Rent: Luxury 3 story
3 bdrm., 3 ba. home, 1st floor used
as office, beautiful Gulf view. 648-
5977. 4tc 5/4

Comfortable 3 bdrm. 2 ba. frame
home, recently renovated, new paint-
ed inside & out, new carpet & vinyl,
ch&a/c (2 yrs. old), utility shed,
fenced back yard, 1032 McClellan
Ave. Contact ERA Parker Realty, Hwy.
98, 31st St., Mexico Beach. 648-
5777. tfc 4/27

3 bdrm. 1 ba. house, 212 9th St.,
$32,500. New roof & vinyl siding, gas
heat, stove & new water heater, gas
or elec. hookups for dryer & stove.
Window a/c, carpet (3 yrs. old).
16x20' alum. shed in back, wired,
carport in front. Call 229-8315 after
5 p.m. 6tp 4/20
3 bdrm. brick home w/swimming
pool, new outdoor shop bldg., new
carpet, wallpaper & ceiling fans,
2002 Cypress Ave. 229-8251 or after
4, 229-6525 tfc 4/13

2 acres and custom built 14x80
mobile home. Located 4 miles from
beach on Hwy. 386. $39,500. Call
227-1192 anytime after 9:00 p.m.
tfc 5/4

For Sale by Owner. 2 yr. old
home, 3 bdrm.,' 2 ba., custom mini
blinds & verticals thruout, custom
kitchen, auto lawn sprinkler syptemm.
over 1/2 acre lot. At oreeKi od Es-
tafes (Wetappo Creek), 4 mi. from
O6rstreet $49,900. Call 648-8460-
tfc 4/6

Indian Pass Lot, 225'x 10', high,
dry, trees, "grits" driveway, ready to
build, gulf view, nice neighborhood.
Call 227-1167 or 648-8624. tfc 4/6

2 bedroom furnished nice house
on 1 1/3 lots, 100' from beach. Canal
St., St. Joe Beach. $29,000. Call Mar-
lanna, 904/482-3884. tfc 4/6

312 Madison St., Oak Grove. Pro-
pety is 90'x131'. Three bedroom, 1
bath frame house with separate den
and utility room, on corner lot Easy
financing available. 227-1416. tfc 4/6

Reduced Price. 2 bdrm., 2 ba.
luxury piling home, Located in a C-
zone (non-flood zone), exclusive
neighborhood, bay access & gulf ac-
cess in subdivision, Pensinula Es-
tates, Cape San Bias. Also lots for
sale, terms available (in same subdi-
vision)., Excellent investments. Call
227-1689 after 6 p.m.
tfc 5/4
LOTS FOR SALE--On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
ml. south of Wewa. Owner financing.
Phone 229-6961. paid thru 3/89

For Sale by owner. Nice brick
home, 1 1/2 lots, 3 bdrm., kit. & for-
mal dining rm., Ig. great rm, 2 1/2
ba., & Ig. deck in the back w/privacy
fence. Also has dbl. garage, Ig. storage
area overhead. (cen. h&a). 2005 Juni-
per Ave. Call after 6:00, 229-6851.
tfc 4/6







MANAGING PARTNER

National company seeks "Manag-
ing Partner" to distribute 100% pure
natural fruit Juices in Holiday Inns,
Ramada, Quality Inn or other compa-
ny owned accounts. No selling. Part
or full time. Independent National
Census shows average monthly ear-
nins of $1,747.50. You will need
$19,500.00 cash for equipment. Call
1-800-782-1550 anytime. Operator
2tp 5/18


Beautiful 1/2 acre and acre mo-
bile home or single family homesites
available. Owner financing with low
down payment. Great close-in loca-
tion near St. Joe schools and hospi-
tals. Contact: Jemyl N. Harper, Li-
censed Real Estate Broker, 227-
1428. tfc 4/6
Three 800 sq. ft. ea., 2 bdrm., 1
ba. apartments. Good rental income.
In excellent condition, located 606
Woodward Ave. Call for appt. Phone
229-8385 or 227-1689. tfc 5/4







GULF PINES HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SER-
VICES. in the interest of contin-
ued advancement of our services to
Gulf County, wishes to offer educati-
nal reimbursement for local appli-
cants interested in attending Gulf
Coast Community College classes for
Emergency Medical Technician and/
or Paramedic training. Those who
complete the classes who receive Flor-
ida EMT or Paramedic Registration
will be eligible for full or part-time po-
sitions as available at Gulf Pines
EMS.
Minimum requirements are:
*25 years of age
*valid Fla. driver's license (void of
moving violations, suspensions, revo-
cations, reckless driving or DUI in-
fractions)
5 yrs. driving experience
2 years emergency vehicle driving
experience
current Basic Life Support certifica-
tion (CPR)
For interview call Jo Anne Wil-
son, 227-1121 ext. 199.
It 5/18

Position: Vocational Teacher -
Forr/Corr Pos. #17356, pay grade:
017, bi-weekly salary range: $677.28-
1113.77 class code: 1335: area to be
taught is cabinets. Closing date: May
24, 1989. Minimum qualifications:
possession of a current Florida teach-
ing certificate.
Position: Vocational Teacher -
Forr/Corr. pos. #17357, pay grade:,
017, bi-weekly salary range, $677.28-
1112.77. Class code: 1335. Area to be
taught is Air Conditioning. Closing
date: May 24, 1989. Minimum qualifi-
cations: Possession of a current Flori-
da teaching certificate. ..
Position: Vocational Teacher -
Forr/Corr Pos. # 17358, pay grade:
017. Bi-weekly salary range, $677.28-
1112.77, class code 1335. Area to be
tat is Brick and Block. Closing date:
May 24, 1989. Minimum qualifica-
tions: Possession of a current Florida
teaching certificate.
Position: Vocational Instructor
MI OPS Block Masonry : $10.00 per
hour. Minimum qualifications: a high
school diploma and 3 yrs. of experi-
ence in block masonry. Closing date:
May 24, 1989.
Contact: Thatcher Courtney, Per-
sonnel Manager, P. 0. Box 2000,
Blountstown, FL 32424.
It 5/18
Examiners wanted, national com-
pany seeks paramedical examiners
(MA, EMT, LPN or RN) to complete in-
surance physical in your local area.
Great pay & great business. Combine
your talents with our resources &
create a great opportunity for your-
self. Call 1-800=824-2130 and ask for
Sandy. 3tc 5/11
Meadowbrook Manor of East-
point, Hwy. 98 & Begonia. RN's and
LPN's for 3-11 and 11-7 shifts. Alsb,
Certified Nursing Assistant or those
willing to train for certification. CNA's
for all shifts. New pay scale with shift
differential for 11-7 shift. Call Direc-
tor of Nursing, Debra Lewis, for an
appointment. 904/670-8571.
tfc 5/11
Kitchen help wanted at Rob-N-
Peters Restaurant at the Cape. Call
227-1774. tfc 5/18



LPN WANTED
We have a full-time open-
ing for an LPN on the 3-11
and 11-7 shift. Our salary
and benefit package is ex-
cellent and our standards
of Care are superior. If you
are interested in a confi-
dential interview, please
call Mrs. Gates at (904)
674-5464, Monday
through Friday, at the Ap-
alachicola Valley Nursing
SCenter in Blountstown,
Florida. ate 5/4


DIRECTOR OF NURSES
Immediate opening for registered nurse to assume the
position of Director of Nursing in progressive long term care
facility. Offering competitive salary with excellent benefits
and possible relocation assistance. Prefer previous experi-
ence in nursing service administration, restorative & geriat-
ric nursing. Qualifying professionals with excellent verifia-
ble references may apply in person or send resume to
Apalachicola Health Care Center, Inc., 150 10th St., Apa-
lachicola, FL 32320. EOE/M-F/H-C.
2TC 5/4


LICENSED
PRACTICAL NURSES
REGISTERED NURSES
(or graduates)
Staff/supervisory positions in a
120 bed Extended Care, Skilled Nurs-
ing & Intermediate Care Facility.
Manage Patient Care Services uti-
lizing your Professional and Technical
skills.
Participate in Care Planning and
Service Delivery in an environment
that encourages your active involve-
ment in decision making.
IMPROVED BASE SALARY RATES
RN's, $11.75
($12.00 at 90 days)
LPN's, $8.75
($9.00 at 90 days)
NEW TRAVEL ALLOWANCE
One way distance:
25 to 35 miles -
$7.00 per diem
over 35 miles
$9.00 per diem
Benefits include:
Free CEU's
Paid time off program
Health insurance
Life insurance
Credit Union
Contact:
Judith C. Howell, R.N., Director
of Nursing Services, Bay St. Joseph
Care Center, 220 Ninth St., P. 0. Box
850, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. 904/
229-8244. tfc 4/27






Ruger 44 magnum super black
hawk, 7 1/2" barrell, western holster,
excel. cond. $300. Call 1-653-8254 or
653-8006 after 6, ask for Jimmy.
2tc 5/18
Rabbits, $10 $15; cages $10;
goats $25 and up. High riser bed,
good cond., $125. Call 648-5234.
2tc 5/18
General Electric heavy duty
washer & dryer together, $425. J. C.
Penney refrigerator, no frost w/ice
maker, $200. Call 648-8578.
Itc 5/18

FREE to good home, 3 yr. old
male Irish setter, golden retriever mix.
Call after 5, 229-8337. Itc 5/18
.FREE Ig. male dog, 6 mos. old,
needs a good home in the country or
in a fenced in yard. Has all shots,
good w/childre, 227-1342 or 229-
8019. 2tc 5/18
27' Condor mobile home, class A
oldie but goodie. Sleeps 6-8, low mile-
age, $3,500 obo. 227-1342 or 229-
8019. 2tc-5/18


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meetings: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Closed Meeting: Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. & Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church, all times eastern
For further AA information
call: 648-8121



RONNIE HUDSON CARPENTER
Free Estimates Decks,
Porches, Portable Buildings
Picnic Tables
Uc. No. RG0058291
NO JOB TOO SMALL
229-8580


Lawn service, will cut grass at
reasonable rates. We do trim work,
edging, etc. Call 227-7468. 2tc 5/18







C.R. 6MITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clear-
ing, septic tanks, drain fields, fill
dirt.
Rt. 2, Box A1C, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018 1/5




SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS YOUR
TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


30 gal. electric water heater, $30.
Honda 70 motorcycle, $75. 229-6933.
ltp 5/18

Side by side refrigerator, looks
brand new. Frost free. Runs great.
$200. 229-8121. ltp 5/18

Furniture for sale, call days227-
1813, night 229-6477. 1 Ig. pine
Broyhill 2-pc. china cabinet; 2 light
beige platform rockers; 1 oak marble
top wash stand; liv. rm. group in-
cludes: sofa, 2 velvet chairs, oak cof-
fee table, 2 oak lamp tables, 1 oak oc-
tagon lamp table. ltp 5/18
Matching bedroom dresser with
mirror & vanity chair, 4 drawer chest,
2 window ac's, 4 padded kitchen
chairs, toaster oven, vibrating recliner
& misc. Call after 6 p.m. 648-8701.
2tp 5/18
Coin operated pool table with
slate top and new cover, 2 electric rod
nr reels 24 volt, 10x50 mobile home.
For more information call 648-5323.
2tc 5/18

Attention Artists! Approx. 75
frames, all sizes from 24"x48" to
5"x7". 227-1802. Itp 5/18
Electric pole w/100 amp box $75.
You take out of ground. 24,000 btu
air cond., works good, $100. McCul-
lough chain saw 16" bar, $75. 648-
8562. ltp 5/18
Houseboat, gas stove, bottle &
furniture included. 48x24', nice. For
more information call 639-5515,
Wewa. 4tc 5/11
Dining room set, beveled glass
top table, brrass base, 6 upholstered
chairs w/brass frames, cost $750.
Will sacrifice for $425, like new condi-
tion. Call 227-1472 weekends or 1-
205-793-2727 weekdays. 2tc 5/11

1974 12'x60' Titan mobile home,
good cond., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. All electric
with a/c. $3,500. Call 648-5489.
2tc 5/11

14' garage door, all hardware in-
cluded, 227-7404, leave message.
2tc 5/11

32' shrimp boat, diesel engine,
good cond. or could be used as a
pleasure boat. Make offer. Call 229-
8904. 4tc 5/4
1 Camper shell for long wheel base
truck. Can be seen at 1106 Long Ave.
or phone 229-6965 after 4:00. tfc


1974 12'x60' Titan mobile home,
good cond., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. All electric
with a/c. $3,500. Call 648-5489.
2tc 5/11


Vacation home care house
plants and pets cared for while you're
away references. All inquiries strict-
ly confidential. 639-5850 Wewa.
4tc 5/4

Tel-A-Story, a new Bible story
every day for children and adults.
Call 227-1511. tfc 9/1


REMODELING Home or Business
New or Old, Let Me Do It All
17 yrs. exp. Free Estimates
Jim Scoggins, 229-8320




A-1 ROOFING
Repairs, Carpentry, Painting, Etc.
227-1209 Ed Mosley

TFC 1/5


GENERAL .- -
CONTRACTOR ___
RG 0049457


9041227.7537



U Bill Quaranta
Homes Outhouses
Old Fashioned Quality
Commercial Buildings
Hand-Nailed Craftsmanship
Log Cabins Additions


( THE
COUNTRY
GOOSE

"Handmade
Country
Crqfts"

130 Gulf Street
St. Joe Beach

Open Tuesday Friday
10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
(Otlher times by appointment)
OWNERS: Gayle & John Tatum
tfc 2/16


For Sale or Rent: 3 bedroom, 1
1/2 bath trailer, $150 per month
(rent) or $3,500 to buy. Call 1-579-
2223. tfc 4/6


For grass cutting call 648-5833
after 6 p.m. 4/6-6/29



Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer St. Joe Beach
648-5043



THE HISTORIC GARDEN CENTER
is the Place for Your Special
WEDDING REHEARSAL
DINNER, PARTY LUNCHEON,
REUNION OR ANY IMPORTANT
EVENT.
Call 227-1613 or 229-6951



THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m. 8 p.m
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off



COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
All Forms of Insurance
422 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 7/7



We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade

Guns
Indian Swamp Campground
Highway C-387 Howard Creek
TFC 1/5


Electrolux and all other vacuums.
repairs sales bags. Anything for
any vacuum and built-in central
vac's. Callaway Vacuum, Tyndall
Parkway, Panama City, 763-7443.
tfc 4/6


ANIMAL IMAGES
TETPHOTO GRAPHY
Photographed at
your location.
Call (904) 639-5850
or write P. 0. Box 869, Wewahitch-
ka, Florida 32465
for more information.
TFC 5/4


AMERICAN LEGION POST 116
Willis V. Rowan
1st Monday each month
8:00 p.m.,
Eat and Meet.
tfc 2/9/89



JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER 1-265-4794
24 Years Experience
Workers Compensation, Occupa-
tional Diseases, Injuries and Ac-
cidents. No charge for first con-
ference.
TFC 1/5


ST. JOE
CUSTOM BUILDERS
Glen F. Combs

P. O. Box 456
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456

COMMERCIAL OR
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
Bus.: 229-8385 Home: 227-1689



Ge. n. Co. R00033843
Recprocant Member qf our untsJ HoMn
Builders Asocmation
BuUder of the Year 1988 Award
tfc 2/23


UC. #RF 0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
Plumbing Contractor New Construction Repairs
Remodeling Residental and Commercial
Installation of Water Lines and Sewer Lines
Minor Electrical
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
904/229-6821


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Margaret Hale 648-5659 Frances Chason 229-8747
Broker/Salesman Ann Six 229-6392
PORT ST. JOE
230 7th St. Price reduced on this newly painted 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
deck and outside storage. Good starter home, good rental investment.
207 6th St., Highland View Spend the summer at the pool that goes with this at-
tractive 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Many other features. $75,000.
170 Ave. E 3 bedroom, 1 bath furnished house with storage shed and efficiency
apartment. $18,000.
512 4th St., Highland View 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1363 sq. ft. doublewide mobile
home on 70'x130' lot. New 1200 gal. septic tank;and new 8.5'x17' deck. Only
$13,900.
523 7th St. Attractive 2 bedroom, 1 bath, large den, landscaped yard. $30,000.
505 3rd St. Make an offer on this large frame home on 2 50x170 lots. Can be used
as home or office. Appraised at $35,000.
1312 Marvin Ave. Recently redecorated 3 bedroom, 1 bath home in excellent con-
dition. Has central heat/air, ceiling fans, mini blinds, carpet, built-in china cabi-
net, large enclosed porch, outside storage. $51,500.
1602 Monument Everything You Ever Wanted In A Home is included in this 4
bedroom, 3 bath, 2 story home with Bay view. It's many features include a fire-
place, jacuzzi, attic storage, deck, extra large garage. Over 2500 sq. ft. of pro-
fessionally decorated, energy efficient space. Make an appointment today to
see this one.
803 Garrison Price reduced on this lovely 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with pool. Now
only $81,000.
509 4th St. Commercial zoning on this 2 bedroom masonry home on 3 50'x170'
lots. $37,500.
WHITE CITY
Charles Ave. This well-kept 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home with deck, new central
heat/air is on 2 75x150 lots. Has many extras including storage building, new
pump, satellite dish. $32,000.
THE BEACHES
Hwy. 98 St. Joe Beach Unique 2 story home with unobstructed Gulf view. Upstairs
contains 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, great room, fireplace, large deck. Downstairs
has mother-in-law apartment, large utility room, large workshop, on 2 lots.
$175,000.00.
Corner 7th St. & Maryland, Mexico Beach Only $50,000 will buy this 3 bedroom,
1 bath stilt house on nice shaded corner lot.
4th St., Beacon Hill Make an offer on this charming 2 bedroom cottage. Complete-
ly furnished including dishwasher, freezer. Has new carport, fenced yard.
Columbus St., St. Joe Beach Perfect for large family with 4 bedrooms, 2,baths,
large living area. Walk to beach. $35,000.
Ponce De Leon, St. Joe Beach Nice 2 bedroom, 2 bath 14'x70' mobile home with
sun deck and screened porch on two 75'x150' lots. Central heat & air, all appli-
ances. $45,000.
Corner Canal & Americus, St. Joe Beach Duplex 1 block from beach, large bed-
room each side. New roof and windows. Good rental record. Only #38,000.
LOTS
St. Joseph Shores Owner will listen to offers on this 3 acres with 231 ft of highway
frontage.
St. Joseph Shores 80 ft. gulf front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Port St. Joe 520 3rd St. 50x170. $8,000.
Port St. Joe 301 Woodward zoned commercial 75x150. $20,000.
Mexico Beach Texas Drive, Nice home lot 100'x100'. $10,000.
St. Joe Beach Seashores, Desirable corner lot 85'x150'. $15,000.
Port St. Joe Palm Blvd. and comer of 18th Street, 2 lots. $22,000.
FOR RENT
Mexico Beach 3 bedroom, 1 bath $300. No Pets.


TRADES Et SERVICES














THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1989 PAGE 3B


[ Public Notices


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida.
at a meeting on May 23. 1989, at 6:00 p.m.,
E.D.T.. in the County Commissioners' Room In the
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, will
consider an ordinance with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
TIME FOR SALE OF ALCOHOLIC AND
INTOXICATING BEVERAGES WITHIN
THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF
GULF COUNTY; PROVIDING PENAL-
TIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS
ORDINANCE; PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE AND REPEALING ORDI-
NANCE NO. 75-2.
The Board will further consider said ordi-
nance for adoption at a meeting on the 13th day of
June, 1989, at 1OO00 a.m., E.D.T. in the County
Commissioners' Room In the Gulf County Court-
house.
A copy of this Ordinance is on file in the of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf County.
Florida
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
'By /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham
Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. lister
Clerk
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Sec-
tion 865.09, Florida Statutes, the undersigned per-
sons intend to register with the Clerk of Court.
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious name or
trade name under which they will be engaged in
business and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wlt:
COMPANY NAME: Wee Care Day Care Cen-
ter
LOCATION: 1911 Cypress Avenue, Port St
Joe, Florida 32456
OWNERS: Connie T. Myrick
Publish: May 4, 18, and 25, 1989.
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Sec-
tion 865.09., Florida Statutes, the undersigned per-
sons intend to register with the Clerk of Court,
Gulf County. Florida, four weeks after the first
ptubllcation of this notice, the fictitious name or
trade name under which they will be engaged in
business and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit"
COMPANY NAME: Taylor Constitution City
Marine
I.OCATION: 412 Monument Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456
OWNERS: Wayne Taylor
Publish: April 27, May 4, 11, and 18, 1989.







Lease, close to shopping, walk to
each. 2 bd., 1 ba. ch&a, washer hook
up, new carpet & cabinets. CLEAN
AND AIRY, call Judy 648-5777 or
evenings, 1-386=6004. tfc 5/18

2 bedroom house in Howard
Creek. For information call Earl after
7:00 p.m., 1-294-2929. 4tp 5/18

Have furnished large I bedroom
modern apartment, ner beach. Has
microwave. For single or couple only.
No pets, deposit required. Mexico
Beach, 648-8201. tfc 5/18

Mobile home lot for rent, 229-
8669, $40 per month. tfc 5/11

Furnished large 2 bdrm. apart-
ment. No pets. Call 229-6777 after 6
p.m. tfc 5/4

House at Jones Homestead for
rent, unfurnished. Call 229-6797.
4tc 5/4

IVi&eico Beach, Contractor's Spe-
cial: 2 bdrm., 1 ba. furnished mobile
hoice, carpet, a/c, adults preferred,
no pets, $195 monthly w/water or
$85 weekly w/utilities. 648-8289.
tfc 4/27

Mexico Beach, Contractor's Spe-
cial: small trailer, $50 weekly, utilities
furnished, single or couple only. No
pets. 648-8289. tfc 5/4

Quaint 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath
furnished house, ideal for bachelor/
spinster or 'couple. Across :highway
from Gulf, 'Mexico Beach. Cen.' h&a.
229-6553. tfc 3/30

Unfurnished Ig. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
house w/stove & refrig., carport, stor-
age area, Ig. screen porch, fenced
back yard, ch&a, no pets. Call 229-
6777 after 6 p.m. tfc 5/4

Apartments for the elderly or dis-
abled Call 229-6353. Rent based
upon income. tfc 4/6

Nice one, two .& three bedroom
apartments. Cen. h&a, stove & frost-
free refrigerator, playground available
with' parents' supervision. Laundry
rm.: provided. Rent determined by in-
conie. Handicap units available. Pine
Ridge Apartments, 227-7451. Equal
Housing. tfc 4/6

Apartment: Unfum. 2 bdrm., 1
ba. Extremely nice. Energy efficient
808 Woodward Ave. Call Jernyl N.
Harper, Lie. Real Estate Broker, 227-
1428. tfc 4/6

2 bdrm. furnished nice house on
S 1 1/3 lots. 100' from beach. Canal
St., St. Joe Beach. $200 month. Call
Mairianna, 904/482-3884. tfc 4/6

The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Pri-
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. Will renovate to your
taste for lease. 302 Reid Ave., Port St.
Joe, FL 229-8723. tfc 4/6

Dogwood Terrace Apartment, 2
b1drm., 1 bath, furnished. Call 229-
6330. tfc 4/6

Monthly. Rentals: 1, 2 and 3
bedroom homes and townhouses, fur-
nished or unfurnished. Off-season
rates. ERA Parker Realty, I Iwy. 98 &
31st St., Mexico Beach. 904/648-
5777. tfc 4/6

For Rent or Sale: 2 bdrm., 2 bath
house at Cape San Bias, many extras.
Call 229-8385 or 227-1689. tfc 5/4

For Rent: Mini-warehouse stor-
age. For .more information call 229-
6200. tfc 4/6

2 bdrm. spacious apartments,
easy to heat and cool. Reasonable de-


posit & rent. No..pets. Call 227-1689
after 6 p.m. Best deal In town, save
on utility bills tfc 5/4

Warehouse space with office. Ap-
prox. 850 sq. ft. Suitable for contrac-
tor or small service business. 227-
1100 days only. tfc 4/6

No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. -thru 12/88


IN THE CIRCUrr COURT FOR GULF COUNlY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 89-7
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLYDE M. ESPENSHADE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of
Summary Administration has been entered In the
estate of Clyde M. Espenshade. deceased, File
Number 89-7. by the Circuit court for Gulf
County, Florida. Probate Division, the address of
which is 1000 5th Street. Port St. Joe., FL 32456
that the total cash value of the estate is
$11,891.96 and that the names and addresses of
those to whom it has been assigned by such order
are:
Name and Address
Robert Espenshade 215 First Street. Summer-
dale, PA 17093
Helen Cline Box 816. Rowlett. ITX 75088-0816
All persons are required to file with the clerk
of said court. WITHIN 3 CALENDAR MONTHS
FROM TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE all claims against the estate In the
form and manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of
the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the Florida
Rules of Probate and Guardianship Procedure.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. -
Publication of this Notice has begun on May
11. 1989.
David H. Rosenberg. Esq.
Attorney
401 N. Second St.
P.O. Box 1177
Harrisburg, PA 17108
Telephone: 717-234-8031
Florida Bar No. 323462
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.


PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners will hold
a public hearing to consider closing, vacating, and
discontinuing a portion of 4th Street, in Beacon
Hill. further described as follows:
That certain portion of 4TH STREET ly-
ing between lots 17. 18, 19. & 20 of
Block 21 and Lots 1 & 3 of Block 20,
Beacon Hill Subdivision, as recorded in
Plat Book 1. Page 2, in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
The public hearing will be held in the County
Commissioners' meeting room at the Courthouse
In Port St. Joe, on May 23, 1989. at 7:05 p.m.,







APARTMENTS FOR RENT
2 and 3 bedroom
Refrig., stove, dishwasher, ceil-
ing fans, carpet, central h&a.
Starting at $285 per month
Call
Kenney at 229-6509
Phil at 229-8409
tfc 5/11


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(3S6-4)
Mexico Beach

Lots 40'x100'. All hook-ups,
electric, water, septic, tel., cable
TV, natural gas, $65 a month lot
rent.
R. W. BAKER
(904) 648-8201
tic 5/18/89








FINANCIAL TELLER
Tyndall Federal Credit Union has
need for a part time financial teller.
1. Must be high school graduate
2. Must have minimum 1 yr. cashier
experience.
3. Must be able to operate computer
terminal, calculator other office
machines.
Offering flexible hours, excellent
salary & benefits. Apply at 326 Reid
Ave. No phone calls please.
It 5/18








1986 Buick Regal, low mileage,
excel. cond. Call after 3:30 at 229-
6017. lte 5/18


'86 Chevy 20 high top conversion
van, fully equipped, excel. cond., low
mileage. 227-7404 and leave mes-
sage. 2tc5/1l

1982 Pontiac Grand Prix, for in-
formation call St. Joe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union, 227-1156.
2tc 5/11

ATTENTION ATTENTION
If you have credit problems,
bankruptcies,.repos, delinquent cred-
it, and want a good used car w/little
down or trade, call me, Mary Gavin,
Imay can help. Toll free 1-800-342-
7131 or 785-522 I. 3tc 5/11

'81 Ford Escort, rough, $475.
648-8289. tfc4/13

BUY GOVERNMENT Seized and
Surplus Vehicles from $100. Fords,
Chevys, Corvettes, etc., in your area.
For info call (602) 842-1051 ext.
3390. 4tp 4/27

1986 Z-28, take over payments,
St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit
Union, 227-1156. tfc 4/6


GULF FRONT
PRISTINE REMOTE
BEACH
1,2 AND 3 BR
TOWNHOMES

BARRIER DUNES

RESORT
Cape San Bias, FL
1-800-624-3964
4x1C/26


E.S.T. Comments from any interested parties will
be welcome.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
Chairman
ATrEST: /s/ BENNY C. LISTER
Clerk
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners will hold
a public hearing to consider closing, vacating, and
discontinuing an alley running from 3rd Street to
4Ith Street, in Beacon 11111, further described as fol-
lows:
That certain alley lying between Lots 2,
4, 6. 8. 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, & 20 and
Lots 1, 3, 5,7. 9, 11. 13, 15, 17, & 19,
of Block 21 of Beacon Hill Subdivision,
as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 2, In
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
The public hearing will be held in the County
Commissioners' meeting room at the Courthouse
in Port St. Joe. on May 23. 1989. at 7:15 p.m.,
E.S.T. Comments from any interested parties will
be welcome.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: /s/ DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
Chairman
ATI'EST: /s/ BENNY C. USTER
Clerk
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners will hold


a public hearing to consider closing, vacating, and
discontinuing an alley running parallel to Pine
Street. at SL Joe Beach, further described as fol-
lows:
That certain alley lying between Lots 4,
5, 6. 7. 8, & 9 and Lot 10 of llock 11.
Port St. Joe Beach Unit Two Subdivi-
sion, as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page
6. in the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court,
The public hearing will be held in the County
Commissioners' meeting room at the Courthouse
in Port St. Joe, on May 23, 1989, at 7:30 p.m.,
E.S.T. Comments from any interested parties will
be welcome.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
Chairman
ATTEsr: /s/ DENNY C. LISTER
Clerk
Publish: May 11 and 18, 1989.
NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf County School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies, as
provided for in the Administrative Procedures Act,
for the purpose of bringing said policies into com-
pliance with Florida Statutes and State Board of
Education Rules.
Summary: The following is a brief description of
each proposal change of Chapter 6GX23.
6.11 Addresses transfers/position va-
cancies
6.35 Addresses transfers/promotion
and demotions
Economic Impact: This proposal will result in no
direct costs associated with implementation.
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL tIE I FIELD AT:


Saturday, May 27- 11:00 A.M.

DeFuniak Springs, Florida
(Walton County)

64 Lots on Beautiful Lake Holley
DIRECTIONS: From DeFunlak Springs, go west on Hwy. 90 to intersection of
Hwy. 331, go north 4 1/2 miles to property. Watch for Todd Auction signs.
This is some of the most beautiful lake front properly in Florida
40 Waterfront Lots
24 Interior Lots
Some of the finest fishing to be found in this area. Record size bass, catfish
and other varieties have been caught.
PREVIEW: Sunday, May 21, 1 5 PM; Thursday and Friday, May 25 & 26, 10 AM -
5 PM.
TERMS: 25% Down, balance over 10 years at 12%. Monthly payments.
Call our office for brochure.
Joe Tarpley Lic. #408

List Your // Auction Lic. #AB249
Property with Us / Reg. U. S. Trademark


RISE(* WiORLD,'

2508 N.E. 8th Lane, Suite A Ocala, Florida 32670
Licensed Broker Phone 904-622-3719
U.S.A. TOLL FREE 1-800-241-7591
GA. TOLL FREE 1-800-282-2662


Time: 9:00 A.M.. E.T.
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 1989
Place: Board Room. Gulf County
School Board Office, Gulf County
Courthouse,. Highway 71. Port St Joe.
FL 32456
The entire text of the proposed rule can be Inspect-
ed during regular office hours at the Gulf County
School Board Office. Gulf County Courthouse,
Highway 71. Port St. Joe, FL.
Special legal authority under which the adoption is
authorized and the law being implemented and in-
terpreted are made specific.


The addition and changes are proposed by Charles
T. Watson. Director of Support Services, and ap-
proved for consideration by B. Walter Wilder. Su-
perintendent.
Amendments:
Rule Title
6.11 Recruiting. Posting of Vacancies,
and Hiring
6.35 Transfers/Promotion and Demo-
tions
Publish: May 11 and. 18. 1989.


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CANDACE NICOLE BRANCH KRISTIN MILLER WIGGINS
Eleven-month-old daughter of 22-month-old daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Branch. and Mrs. Phillip Wiggins.


MISTY TOMLINSON JUSTIN LEE LYONS
Nineteen-month-old daughter 18-month-old son of Mr. and
of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Tomlinson. Mrs. Cecil Lyons.


DANIEL T. WELCH
15-month-old son of Dennis
Welch and Tammy McGee.


ASHTON ARD
19-month-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tim Ard.


COREY BOWERS LUKE LOGUE
Seven-month-old son of Mr. Six-year-old son of Mr. and
and Mrs. Walter Bowers. Mrs. Freddie Logue,


KAYLEIGH LEWIS JUSTIN McCROAN
One-year-old daughter of Mr. Two-year-old son of Mr. and
and Mrs. Hal Lewis. Mrs. Tim McCroan.


RODNEY ALLEN
Five-year-old son of Mrs.
Bruce Allen.


JOY LEIGH LANE
Three-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lane.


Beautification Committee Wants Support, Manpower, In Ongoing Project of City Beautification


Linda Bordelon, new chair-
man of the Beautification Com-
mittee, told the Rotary Club
Thursday the committee is em-
phasizing clean-up all during the
month of May.
Bordelon said the recent
planting of red tip and blooming
pear shrubs on Highways 98 and
71 inside the city were projects of
their committee and said when
the' shrubs mature they should


The application deadline for
Foundation Scholarships for full-
time and part-time students at
Gulf Coast Community College is
Thursday June 1.
Students should send com-
pleted forms and a letter of appli-
cation to the GCCC Financial Aid
Office along with a transcript of


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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street
SUNDAY WORSHIP.............10a.m.
Celebrating 200 years of the
Church's Life
Bi-Centennial Communion
Nursery Available
ADULT SCHOOL...................11 am.

The Rev. Dr. Elmer I. Braden, Pastor
PASTORAL COUNSELING
227-1756


Black Ink Standard
White Vellum Paper

2 Color Cards
White Vellum Paper


beautify the streets considerably.

The committee meets once a
month to consider special pro-
jects which need undertaking to
Improve the appearance of the
community. 'We will meet this
month on Thursday, May 18 in
the social hall of the First Metho-
dist Church and our meetings
are open to anyone who is inter-
ested in the appearance of the


prior academic work.
Applicants must enroll for at
least 12 hours for full-time schol-
arships and between five and 11
credit hours to be eligible for the
part-time scholarships.
Students must have a GPA of
2.0 or higher to be eligible for
consideration for a scholarship.
Fundings for the scholarships
is provided by the GCCC Founda-
tion.
More information about
scholarships is available at 769-
1551, ext. 224.

Durey Cadwell

Gets Degree
Western Kentucky University
held its 1989 Commencement Ex-
ercises Sunday, May 7 at E.A.
Diddle Arena at 3 p.m. More than
2,180 graduates were recognized
individually during the program
by WKU President Thomas C.
Meredith and the University's
Board of Regents
Of this number, 1,445 were
bachelors' degree candidates, 467
were masters' degree candidates
and 268 received associates' de-
grees.
Of the graduates was Durey
H. Cadwell of Port St. Joe who re-
ceived a Bachelor of Arts degree.


Start 500
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The Star Publishing Co.

306 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 227-1278


city," she said.
Another of their projects is
education of the public about
properly disposing of their trash
rather than tossing it down on
the street or sidewalk. 'We're tak-
ing this message into the schools


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and hope to eventually persuade
everyone is is just as easy to toss
trash into a container as it is to
toss it on the ground," Bordelon
said.
Another project is the recent-
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I PG E-9 LOT 4+ MAP # iS6 A
BLK :
00:218.-OOR
R-004'4200 $1'45. 7E9
LAMBERT GEORGE W JR.
WHITFIELD .ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
1 PG O.9 LOT 6 ORB
110/1051 FR.FAMBERT MAP
#1.6A .BLK 2
00286-OOOR
R-0060700 538.'.2
JEFFCOAT KI::ENNETH E,
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
I PG 59 LOT 1 .179 AC M/L
ORB 92/668 FR JEFFCOAT
MAP #156A BL.K 9

004298-OOOR.
R-.0063200 S39.32"
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
WHi:TFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
1 PG 59 LOT 3 ORBE 75/4533
MAP : 156 A B-LK 10
00:298-01OR
R"--0063300 131.'+1
HOL...IDAY BEACH INC-
WIHIITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
1 PG 59 LOT 4' MAP t :LE6 A
BLI :l0

00:?99-000R11
R-'006350DO 519-.00
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
1 PG S.9 LOT 5 ORB 83/876
MAP 4 15.6 A BLK 1.0


Month" designation to encourage
more interest in keeping neigh-
borhoods pleasant to look at. The
winner of the first designation
was the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Boykin on Mimosa Street.
Different yards will be designated


00321-OOOR
R-0077800 S177.23
DANIELS FiM. BRENDA 8: HA
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
1 PG 59 LOT '+ ORB 106/701
FR. KENDRICK MAP # 156 A
BLIK:: i:
00327-001R
R-0068700 .$9'+.33
ESTATE OF LOLA B. GAINER,
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK" SECOND -ADDITION PB
j PG( 59 LOT is ORB
107/2: 2 FPR HOBBS 8: JAIMES
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)0
0033'+-d- :-R
R-0069600 %87.i6
HOLIDAY BEACH. INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEi-::
PROP, (UNRECORDED) W/2 OF
LOT 1 ORB 98/803 FR.
GAUTNEY MAP # IS6A
00334-O"i1R
R-0070500: $.3'+1
HOLIDAY BEACH IONl.
S S T 7 R S HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED') LOT 7.
LESS NW/+ MAP # 15.6 A BLK
1.
00334'-01 3R
R-0070700 573. 42
HOLDIAY BEACH INC.:
5 T 7 R S .4-'+' AC M/L
HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT V1 LESS
E 7E FT & LESS W .1.03 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
0033'H-O0i6R
R-007.O1000 577.37
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.,
S I T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) WEST
1/2 OF LOT '+ MAP #i56 A
BLK "
00334-01i8R.
R-007 120'. 577.37
HOLIDAY BEACH INC. ,
S S T 7 R S HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT E:
MAP .'56A M-I:PM 1'6 A BL.!::

00334-019R
..-::.07 -:> $ ::5., 97
HOLI...DAY BEACH INC.
5 5:: T,7. :R. HOWARD CREE'::
PROP (UNRECORDED) E 75 FT
OF LOT i ORB 108/1052' FR
BRITT MAP# 156A BLK 2
0033'"-02!R
R-'0071900 581.57
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 5: T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) N/2 OF
LOT 3 ORB 57/8E4 ORB
94/?? MAP# 156 A BLK 3
00334-0:7R
R-0072100.' S81,7
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEI':
PROP UNRECORDED1) E/2 OF'
iOT '* MAP .i'ABLK 3
00334-02OR
R-007220> 5 2S1.!57
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5S T 7 R S HOWARD CREEI::
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT F
MAP B.LK. 3 BLK 3


R- 007:900
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.


S77,37


each month with the selected
yard to display a sign showing its
selection for the entire month.
Bordelon said "This is one or-
ganization which isn't asking you
for money. All we want is your
manpower and your support."


S E: T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT '+
MAP # 156 A BLK 4"
0033'-""'038R
R-0073100.O 45.97
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC...
S. S T 7 R 8 HOWARD ':)CREElI::
PROP (UNRECORDED) W/2: OF
LOT 5 MAP # i:5 A BLK 9-
033..4-0+46R
R-0073900 -62.::.+
WORD MICHAEL 8: CL.YTIE ATW
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREE!::
PROP (UNRECORDED) N/2 OF'
wLOT '4 ORB 9E:/105.O FR
ELDER MAP# 156A BLK 5
Z033--0'7R
R-007T"000 62.4-H
WORD EMICHAEL 8: CLYTIE ATW
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) S/2 OF
LOT '+ ORB 95/105E2 FR
ELDER MAP# 1. A BLK E:
00334-OSSR
R-00748005 46Q89
DECKER C O0 8: CAROL W.
S s. T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK.
PROP (UNRECORDED) E/2 OF
LOT 8 ORB 98/870 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH MAP# 156 A
BLK 5.
00334-076R
R-0076300 $45:7 ,0
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT '4
ORB 57/731 MAP t 156 A
B LK 7
00334'-078R
R-00764'00 579.16
LEE BILLY G,. ET UX
S !5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEKK:
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT E
ORB 87/4-99 MAP # 156 A
BLK 7
00334-'>082R
R-0076600 $77.37
HOLIDAY BEACH INCI
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT 1
MAP # 156 A BLK 8
0033'+-090R
R-0077000 S38 11
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEl::
PROP (UNRECORDED) 'LOT '4
MAP # 156 A BLK 8
0033'4-092R
R-0077100 50.,07
HOLMAN DAVID F. 8: JERRY,'
S5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) LOT E:
(LESS EXISTING COUNTY RD
R/W) ORB 79/1195 MAP #
156 A BLK 8
0033'4-09'+R
R-0077200 12-8 .02
HOLMAN DAVID F. 8: JERRY
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK::
PROP (UNRECORDED) 5/2 OF
LOT 6 ORB 71/827 MAP
tt156A BLK.:: 8
0033'+-096R
R-0077300 .4+6.,9
HOLMAN DAVID 8: LOIS
S T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) N/2: OF
LOT 6 ORB 91/839 FR
SHIRLEY MAP #1.S6A BLK 8

(Continued on Page 5B)


*


Deadline Near to Apply

for Scholarships at GCCC


NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE

PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197.402, FLORIDA STATUTES,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE 31ST DAY OF
MAY, 1989, AT 9:00 A.M. EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME, TAX
SALE CERTIFICATES WILL BE SOLD ON THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED LANDS TO PAY, THE AMOUNT DUE FOR THE
TAXES HEREIN SET OPPOSITE THE SAME, TOGETHER
WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ALL ADVERTISING.
SALE WILL BE HELD AT THE GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING ROOM, 1000 FIFTH
STREET, PORT ST. JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, STATE OF
FLORIDA.

EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


Raised Lettered


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL PAGE 5B


TAX SALE
Continued from Page 4B
00334-10OGR
R'-0077'+00 $187 67
.'NEEL GEORGE B. 8: BRENDA KI
"5 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROP (UNRECORDED) S/2 OF
LOT 1 ORB 62/671 (BEING
I50 FT X 150 FT LOT) MAP
#t 156 B BLK 9

00334-170R
R-00786400 $138.97
'SAULS HELEN L..
HOWARD CREEK PROP, I AC
M/L LOTS 11 8: 12 ORB
113/1089 FR GRISHAM MAP #
1E:6B BLK 10
00334-23'-R
R-0080400 81.5.-7
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC. A FL
HOWARD CREEK PROP, NO. 2
*UNRECORD LOT l'l ..5 AC M/L
ORB 12S/200 FR HUGHES
MAPt# 156D BLK B
00334-261R
R-0082000 $S81 .?7
WOODROW EARNEST J. SR. 8:.
HOWARD CREEK PROP.. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 11 ORB
12i/203 FR HANNA MAP #
156C BLK C
00334-S25R
R-0083300 $62.'
HOLIDAY BEACHi INC.
HOWARDE CREEK:: PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 3 UNRECORDED. LOT
5 ORB 91/8 FR MULLER MAP
| #156D BLK 1D
0033'+-5 30RR
R-0 34'005 $62.44
HOLIDAY BEACH INC. .
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NOQ 3 UNRECOD'.ED LOT-
6 ORB 18/9 .CERT OF 'ALE
MAP#I 156C BI..LK: D
00334- 535R
R-00835,00 $6:2.4M
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO, 3 UNRECORDED LOT
7 MAP # 16C': BLK D
00334-54:5R
R-00.3700 $6-. H4
HOLIDAY BEACH: INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 3 UNRECORDED,LOT
9 MAP #156C BLK D
003 34-5SR.
R-0083900 $62.4 4
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO, 3 UNRECORDED LOT
11 MAP #i56C BLK D
00334-560,R
R-00864000 $62.'+H"
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 3 UNRECORDED' LOT'
12 MAP #iUSCA'BLK'' :'
0033'+-665R
R-0085500 $81.57
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. V (UNRECORDED)
LOT 10 ORB 115/75.3 C FR
SCHMID MAP# 15E6D BLK E
0033'+-670R
R-008:600 $81. 57
HENDERSON RANDALL P.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNTIT NO. 4 LOT 11
UNRECORDED ORB 120/387 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC. MAPY
156D BLK' E
003-34-675R
R40085700 $148.54
RE ID CPIARLES W.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 4 UNRECORDEDE)
LOT 12 8: 13 ORB. 123/6:20
FR BREWER MAP# 156D BLK:: E
00334-690R
R-0085800 $81.5:7
COURTNEY MICHAEL E.
HOWARD 'CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 4 (UNRECORDED)
LOT 7 ORB 95/729 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC. MAP
#156D BLK. F
G033:4-70ER
R--0086100 148.5.4
HOWARD, J.W.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. '+ (UNRECORDED)
LOT 1 8: 2 ORB 1,03/771 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC. MAP?
1E5-6D BLK G
0033'+-7"'5.R
R-0087000 $81.57 7
HOLIDAY BEACH. INC.
HOWARD CREEF:: PROPERTIES-
UNIT NO. '+ {UNRECORDED)
L'T 3 MAP# 156D BLK H
0033'+-760R
R-0087100 $81.57
HOLIDAY BEAC':H INC.
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 4 (UNRECORDED)
LOT 4 MAP# 15E6D BLK 1-1
0033'+-765:R
R-0087200 i$81. 7
HOLIDAY BEACH: IN,:.
HOWARD CREEK:: PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 4 (UNRECORDED)
LOT 5 MAP?# 156D BLK: H
.00334-770R
R--0087300 $81.!:7
HOLIDAY BEACH. INC.


HOWARD CPREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 4 (UNRECORDED)
LOT 6 MAP# 16D BL.K 1-1
00338-080R
R-0089000 $81.,!57
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.,
S 5 T 7 R 8 .5 AC M/L
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNREC. LOT 7 MAP# 156A
BLKF 11
00360-lOOBR
R-0092:100 $990.09
HOLIDAY BEACH IN':,
' 5 6 T 7 R 8 "0.,787 AC M/L
BEING PARCEL "C" OF ORB


113/104-6 FR M.K. RANCHES
MAP# 156B
00360-202R
R-.092300 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT i MAPM
156E BLK K
00360-204'R
R-0092'+00 $68.81i
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 2 MAP#t
E1568 LK K :
00360-206R
R-00E2500 $68 ,81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC .
S .6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 3 MAP#4
1SE$B BL!: K
00360-2:0R
R-0092600 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.Q
5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK::
PROPERTIES LOT 4 MAP#
1i6B BLK K:
00360-210R
R-009::700 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 5 MAP#
156B BLK K .

R--009:::800 68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S6 .T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT,6 MAP#t
15E:B BLK KF:

00360-21.'+FR
R-0092900 $68 .81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R- 8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 7 MAPt#
1566B 'BL.K

R-0093000 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 8 MAP#5
i56B BLK K
00360-224R
R-0093300 68,81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.,
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 11 MAP#
156B BLK K
00360-226R
R-0093'-4F0 068.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 12 MAP#
1568 BLK K
00360-232R
R-0093600 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.'
5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEF::
PROPERTIES LOT 15 MAP#R
156B BLK K::
00360-236R
R-0093800 .68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK_:
PROPERTIES LOT 17 MAP#
156B ELK KI
00360-24OR
R-0094000 68.8i
HOLIDAY BEACH INC..
5 .6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEKl
PROPERTIES LOT 19 MAPt#
1.568 BL:: KK
00360-242"R ,
R-09.100i 6.61
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 20 MAP#
156B' BLK K::
00360-2'+'4R
R-009'4200 %68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 6 T 7 R 9 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 21 MAP#.-
1E6B BLK K ,
00360-246R
.R-009' 300 A68 .S1
HOLIDAY BEACH INC,
S6 T 7 R 8 HOWAR.D CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 22 MAP#a
15E6. BL.K K::
00360-:2'-1:8R
R'-0094'+'00 68 .81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK::
PROPERTIES LOT 23 'MAPMt
1568 BLK KI
00360-25:R '
R-0094500 $68,.81.
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
. 5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 2F MAP#t
1Ei6B BL.I:: K
00360-271R
R-0095:"300 $68.21
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
.S 6 T 7 P. 8 HOWARD CREEL
PROPERTIES LOT 33 MAP#t
156B BL.K:: J
00360-272R
R-0095'+00 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
-6 T7 R. HOWARD CREEKI
PREOPERTIES LOT 3E MAP'?
1E6lB BLK F:K
00360--273R
R-009E:5500 $68 81
HOLIDAY BEAC':H INC.
*S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT .3+ MAP#t
156B BLK .J
00360-"-:7'+R
R-009E:600 $-68 1.
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.,


56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 36 MAP#
1.56E:6B BLK J
00360-276R ,
R-0095700 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC..
56 T7 RB HOWARD CREEK::
PROPERTIES LOT 37 MAP#
156B BLKF:: J
00360-27SR
R-'00958.00 $68 6 1
HOLIDAY BEACH INC'.
S6 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEl::
PROPERTIES LOT 38 MAP?#
1E:6B BLK J


00360-280R
R-0095900 s 68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 39 MAP#
15Q6B BLK J
00360-282R
R-0096000 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 4+0 MAP#
1E:6B BLK J

00360-248'+R
R-0096100 68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH IN'C.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 41 MAP#
156B. BLK J
00360-286R
R-0696200 S68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.:
56 T7 R8..HOWARD C::REEK::
PROPERTIES LOT 42 MAP#
156B BLK: J
00360-2S8R
R-0096300 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 43 MAP"#
156B BLK J
0360-90R
R-0096400 .68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 44 MAP#.
1.56B BLK J
P0360-"292R
R40096500 $68,81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 RS HOWARD CREEKl
PROPERTIES LOT 45 MAP#
IS6B BLK J
00360-::9g-R
R-.0096600 68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 RS HOWARD CREEKI::
PROPERTIES LOT 46 MAP#
1E:6B BL:: J
00360-296R
R-0096,700 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD' CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 17 MAP#
1E56B BLK J
00360-298R
R-0096800 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S6 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 48 MAP#
156B BLK J
00360-300R
R-0096900 S68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 49 MAP#
156B BLK J
00360-302R
R-0097000 68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC,
6. T7 RAS HOWARD CREEK I
PROPERTIES .LPT 50 MAR# ...
is56B BLK IJ "
00360-304'R
R-0097100 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S6 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 51 MAP#
1568 BLK: J
00360-306R
R-0097200 68,81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC'
56 T7 R8 HOWARDS CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 52 MAP#
15i68 BLK J
00360-310R
R-0097300 S68,81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 RB HOWARDS CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 53 MAP#
156B BLK J
00360-31OR
R-0097400 $68.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC':
S6 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK-
PROPERTIES LOT 4'+ MAP#
156B BLK J
00360-3122R
R-009756' $68.81.
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK::
PROPERTIES LOT SS MAP#
1I6bB BLK J
00360-314'R
R-0097600 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
S6 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERTIES LOT 5: MAP#
.156.B BLK:: J
00360-31.6R
R-0097700 568.-1
HIOL.:IDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK::
PROPERTIES LOT 57 MAP#
s1E6B BLK:: J
00360- 318R
R-0097800 $68.S1
HO..LTD'AY BEAC':H IN'C.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK:
PROPERT.FIES LOT 58 MAP#
1E56.B BLK J
00360--320R.
R-0097900 568.81
"HOID'AY BEACH IN:C.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES LOT 59 MAP#
1E6B BLK: J
00360-322R
R-009S:OOO 68,81
HOLIDAY BEACH IN':,
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREE':
PROPERTIES LOT 60 MAPtt


156B BLK J
00360- 328R
R-0098200 568.81
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
56 T7 R8 HOWARD CREEK
PROPERTIES TRACT "E" MAPi#
E:6B BLK J
00360-329R
R-0098300 $38.52
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEKf:
PROPERTIES 8 AC M/L BEING
TRACT D 8: PARCEL LYING S
8: ADJTO LOT 34 BLK K MAP#
156B BLK J


00360-'+OOR
R-00984+00
HOLIDAY BEACH, INC
5 6 T 9 R 8 25.556
BEING PARCEL E OF
113/1046FR M. K. R
MAP# 15613
00361-OI.OR
R-0098500
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 6 T 7 R 8 SE/'+ C
8: PART OF NE/4 OF
LYING S OF SR 387
19.3 AC M/L LESS 0
(ADD .L LEGAL SEE T
00378-00OR
R-0101000
ADKINSON TOM
5 9 T 7 R 8 1 ACREI
DB.: 29/H87 ON BROT
RIVER MAP #164C
00398-003R
R-Ot0 3400
HOLIDAY BEACH INC'
5 32 T 7 R 8 1332..
M/L ALONG SAUL'S C
ORB 87/618 8: LESS
ORB 120/172.TO SIM
MAP# iS8
00+19-O00OR
R-.106900 1HX,
DILL JOHN C. MRS.
5 31 T 3 R 9 E5 AC
DESC: IN ORB 50/80
HALEY 8: ORB 50/82
THOMAS 8: LESS ORB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE T
00!+19-001R
R-0107000
SI-IEALY BURL LEE
5 31 T 3 R 9 146 X
122 X 5 E FT LOT: B
FT FRONT ON DEAD L
ORB 83/618 MAP #10
00"'56-OOiR
R-0111200
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8:
S 6 T 4 R 9 11 AC
REC'D ORB 60/662 F
EASTERLING BEING P
"A" 8: PARCEL "A-i"
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE 1T
00485-00OR
R-0116900
HILL WILLIAM R.
KENTUCKY LANDING
SUBDIVISION UNIT 0
PG 35 LOT 9 ORB 91
DAVID MAP ,4l :7C BL
OO006-OH4OR
R-0126900
HO5KINS EARL E. 8:
S 16 T 4+ R 9 7E: X
LOT IN ORIG, GOVT
ORB 9'/2:98 FROM HO
IiMAP # 1:,: B
00.523-OOOR
" R-0131700
CARTER JOHN W. 8: C
I CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADD
I'TO IOLA LOT 3 PB 2
'T ORB-li11/706 FR POW
'"'MAP#-111: A BLK 1
00583-O5BOR
R-01'41400
O'BRIEN CYNTHIA M.
RED BULL ISLAND SU
UNIT NO. I LOT 6 8:
98/469 BC FR O'BRI
1128 BLK: A
:00621-OOOR
R-0152400
LANE RICHARD 8: LOU
RED BULL ISLAND SU
UNIT NO, 2 LOT 12
74/664 MAP #112:B B
00623-OOOR
RB- 154 '100
PICKRON SIMMER 8: L
RED BULL ISLANMD'SU
UNIT NO. LOT 5 C0
80/283 MAP #41128 B
00623-0'-OR
R-OWi5'800
HALL RAY J. 8: ELLI
RED BULL ISLAND SU
UNIT NO, 2 LOT 9 0
12::/5+'7 FR HALL MA
BLK: L
00623--070R
R"-0E155100
MULLINAX ROBERT GE
RED BULL ISLAND SL
UNIT NO. 2 LOT 12
76/1055 MAP #112=B
006.0--00'..R
R-0166600
LEHMAN LARRY W.
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ORB 007'-1i-07S:R
BLK L R-0200900 $136.82
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MAYHANN JAMES T.


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MAP#* PB 2 PG 38 LOT 6. ORB
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LISENBY GEORGE ET UX
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RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1.
PB 2 PG 38 LOT 14 ORB
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00828-000R
R-0:210200 S 26 .? 19
POWELL DALTON W. 8: SHARON
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PB 2 PG 38 LOT 6 ORB
94l/38'+ FR ABBOTT MAP
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00.30-0OOR
R-0=10'+00 HR $128.09
L.EE JAMES W. 8: VICKI 0,
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RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO :1
PB 2 FPG 38 LOT 7 ORB
117/83 AA FR FOREHAND MAP
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00837-00OR
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WALBURN JERRY L.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
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0083S-OOOR
R-0211200 HX 414'+.17
WALBURN JERRY L. ET UX .
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R-0212900 S '+6 .S6
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112/219 FR WILLIAMMAP#
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UNIT 1 PB :. PG


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FT OF LOT 3 REC'D ORB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
0090'+-020R
R-02:18'+00 H1 $15.8.40
MARSH HARRY 8: LISA
CORRECTIVE REPL.AT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT i.PB. :2 PG
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R-0218600 $1.81.6.3
FOREHAND ONITA 8: DEBBIE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PG
'12 LOTS 10 S: 12 ORB :
107/32-34 FR DAVIS MAP#
940D BLK 15
00906-OOOR
R-0:218800 $46.56
FOREHAND ONITA 8: DEBBIE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAK::ES SUBD UNIT i PB 2 PG
42 LOT 13 ORB 125/551 FR
DAVIS MAP #9'+D BLK i 'T
00951-ODOR
R-0225500 $E:
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5 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG :1'4-
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NE/4 RUN N 14"4 YDS E 7:
YDS S 14-4' YDS TO FOB DBK
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00953.-01:2R
R-0226000 $167.-7
EDDIE CARPENTER
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT
NO. 2 TRACT 51 4 ACRES
MAP #I5E:B
00953-018R
R-0:26:-6500 $142. _L1
BROCK EDDIE W. 8: SALLY C.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT
NO'. 2 TRACT 57 4- ACRES
ORB 928/608 AGREEMENT FR
GUF CO:. FARMS INC. : ORB
(ADD' L LEGAL SEE TAXROL L.)
00953-020R
R-0226700 $1'+2 1.
GULF COUNTY FARMS
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT
NO. 2 TRACT 59 4 ACRES
ORBR 81/497 MAP #115B
00953-023R
R-0227000 $ 142 '1
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GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT
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R-0 22:8500 -:$54.:-
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BLK G MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
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02547-OOOR FR GREENE MAP #72C BLK D
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02572-OOOR MAP #72C BLK B
R-0462600 570.52 03180-410R
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4 HUGHES WILLIAM WIL.LIS (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
S 36 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB 03180-415R
57/938 FROM WHALEY MAP# R-0571000 $253.38
94D 5SWEANEY MELVIN E.
02590-002R TREASURE SHORES 1ST
R-04'65400 $35.85 ADDITION (UNRECORDED) LOT
ARMSTRONG DESTIE CAROLYN 3 BEING 100.8 FT FRONTAGE
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LESTER CARL 8: HELEN S. TREASURE SHORES 1ST
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(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 03180-4-30R
02601-010R R-0571300 5253.38
R-'0467000 E54-.55 JOSEY L,B. JR,
DANIELS RANDY TREASURE SHORES 1ST
536 T4" RIO 1 AC MIL 210 X ADDITION (UNRECORDED) LOT
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OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 94 RD. 30; 313.79 FT AVERAGE
PAGE 1077 FROM SAMBO JEFF (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
DANIELS MAP# 94D0 03180-485R
02602-021R R-0572300 $253. 38
R-0468100 $202.19 WISE STANCIL 0.
FOSTER STEPHEN TREASURE SHORES 1ST
THOMAS SUBDIVISION PB 3 ADDITION (UNRECORDED) LOT
P.G 15 LOT i UNRECORDED AA 17 BEING 100,02 FT
SFR BORING 8: ORB 121/388 FRONTAGE ON CO, RD. 30-;
FR THOMAS .ET AL MAP# 9'+D (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
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02664-050R R-0572900 5253.38
R-0477700 5252.65 PILCHER WILLIAM T,
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X '432 ON SR 71 PARCEL 23 BEING 101.75 FT FRONT
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02686-OOOR 03185-02 1R
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5 2 T 5 R 10 1 AC ALL OF S 20 T 9 R 11 100,56 FT
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02698-600R 03185-023R
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ALFORD COLON 8: MARY 5. DUFFIN WILLIAM M.
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PARCEL REC'D ORB GULF FRONT; +72 FT DEPTH
107/389-91 FR KENNARD /I-L ORB 85/617 MAP# 72D
MAP# 95.D 03191-003R
02891-00OR R-0580500 $890.13
R-0512800 $67.14 THOMAS JOE W. ET AL
DICKENS RAY S, 2z T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG FRONT; 867 FT DEPTH M/L
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38 MAP #11C- BLK E 98/748 1/2% TO THOMAS
02955.-00OR MAP#: 90D
R-0518900 $248.4 1 03191-007R
WILLIAMS RANDALL E. & SH R-0580900 51,109.00
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB i LAMONTE CHARLES .V.
PG 31 LOT 11 8& E/2 OF S 22 T 9 R 10 125 FT GULF
( LOTS 8 8: 10 ORB 71/1070 FRONT; 695 FT DEPTH M/L
LIFE ESTATE MAP #101C BL..K ORB 87/2 FR GLENN MAP#
3 90D
02963-000R 03210-018R
R-0519800 5453.396 R-0591500 5122.05.
ALLEN SYBILL CUDDEBACI:: PHILLIP 8: TEAGU
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP
PG 31 LOTS 7 8: 8 AND W/2 NO. 1 PB 1 PG 48 LOT 13
OF ALLEY ADJOINING SAME ORB 107/529 FR GUNN MAP
ORB 118/+31FR DOUDS MAP# #900D BLK S
101C BLK 4 03226-005R
0305-O00ooR R-0595500 5122.05
R-0532000 HX 5$63.44' RICH WAYNE 8: MARY LEE
HAWKINS JOSEPH A. 8: JOYCE INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB NO. 1 PB 1 PG H8 LOT 8
2 PG 3 LOTS 21 8: 22 ORB ORB 97/642 FR BANKS MAP
116/944 FR MOORE MAP# 69B #90D BLK W
BLK 1 03226-007R
03071-000R R-0595700 563.81
R-0539900 51,228.46 RICH A. WAYNE ET UX
BURKETT GREG 8: SUSAN R. INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2 PB NO. 1 PB 1 PG 48 LOT 12
2 PG 4 LOTS 7 8: 9 ORB ORB 82/925 MAP #90D BLK W


111/372 FR HARRELSON MAP# 03226-012R
69B BLK 6 R-0596200 5301.13
03097-00OR GAINES ROLAND H. 8: IRENE
R-0545000 HX $62.35 INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP
WATERS ADA L. NO. 1 PB I PG 48 LOT 17
JONESVILLE SUBD PB I PG ORB 123/336 FR BARTON
57 N 185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB MAP# 900 BLK W
75/85 MAP #69C 03227-000R
03101-050R R-0596600 $24'7.15
R-0545700 5218.38 RICH A. WAYNE ET UX
MCMULLON ARCHIE W. 8: VICK INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION NO. 1 PB I PG 48 LOT 10
LOT 39 8: 40 ORB 111/12 FR ORB 82/926 MAP #90D BLK W
TULL 03294--O1OR
* 03127-000R R-060[4800 51,032.24:


HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
5 16 T 4 R 11 420 AC
PORTION N OF HWY 22 ORB
85/373 FR HAMILTON FARMS
MAP #23
03295-01OR
R-0605000 $14 6.83
HOLIDAY BEACH INCA
5 17 T 4 R 11 65 AC
PORTION N OF HWY 22, LESS
300 AC TO AUSTIN ET AL IN
ORB 65/1006 ORB 85/373 FR
HAMILTON FARMS MAP #9
03326-150R
R-0612000 561.55
TAUNTON DAVID ET AL
5 13 T 5 R i1 SUNSHINE
ACRES (UNRECORDED) LOT 10
.96 .AC M/L MAP #42
033'+2-050R .
R-0617700 521.1 +5
BREMAN JEFFREY R. 8: MELAN
S 23 T 5 R i1 8.66 AC M/L
ORB 114/77 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 4+2
03367-OOOR
R-0620'+00. $225.86
GOODWIN LEON ADISUS ET AL
S 26 T 5 R 11 9 AC ALL OF
S/2 OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF
NW/i LYING E OF WETAPPO
CREEK ORB 86/759 MAP #'+3
03392-Oi5R
R-0628000 $61.39
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
5 31 T 5 Rii 170 X 260 FT
PARCEL ORB 126/ 843-45 AA
FR HARDY MAP#
03394-052R
R-0629700 $386.95
FELS JOSEPH ET 'UX
5 31 T 5 R 11 4.6 AC
REC'D ORB 72/599 FR
PATRICK 350 X 570 FT MAP.
#13C
034106-130R
R-0632700 5189.S 5
DARING DANIEL. S,
S 31 T 5 R 11 EAST CANAL
ACRES. UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION LOT 7 ORB
98/1000
03'+26-004+R
R-0638300 H1X 5257.44
SWAIN RICHARD J. 8: BRENDA
5 33 T 5 R 11 6.07 AC ORB
109/67 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN
ASSOC.
034"26-005R
R-06384'00 5193.32
GOSSOW L. 0. WOLFGANG
5 33 T 5 R 11 1 AC A
PARCEL OF LD 1'+1.86 FT X
245.,88FT X 321.02 FT X
18'+.33 FT REC'D ORB
112/627 OC FR GOSSOW
03460-I IOR
R-064'8800 S378.86
HUNTER GEORGE M. JR. 8: BE
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (UNREC)
LOT 21 3; 4 ORB
123/221-222 FR MEXICO
BEACH CORP. INC, MAP# 4+3
03460-125R
R-06H8900 $87'+.85
BARFIELD RICHARD D, 8: DON
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (U NREC)
LOT 5 :8: ORB 122/1047 FR
MEX. BEACH CORP. 8: ORB
123/1008 MAP# '43
03460-130R
R-0649000 S281.37
BARFIELD RICHARD D. 8: DON
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (UNREC.)
LOT 6 ORB 111/1082 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP, INC.
MAPI# 433
0 3460-1i35R
R-0649100 160.31
GRANGER, THOMAS GERALD B:
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (UNREC).
LOT 7 ORB 100/268 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 43
03460-160R
R--0649600 $552.'A!'0
LEONBERGER BILLY J. 8: KIM
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (UNREC)
LOT 12 ORB 119/753 FR JIM
WALTER HOMES, MAP# '3
03+60'-.80R
R-0650000 120..97
HOPKINS SCOTT A.
S .35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD
FIRST ADDITION (UNRE) LOT
16 ORB 102/10 FR MEXICO
,BEACH CORP. INC. MAP# 43
03486-OIOR ,
R-0656000 571.27
REEVES THOMAS M. JR. ET A
5 6 T 6 R 11 1 AC M/L
91.4.2 FT ON SR 386;
4'74+.39 FT DEPTH ORB
110/228 OC FR REEVES
ESTATE
03493-000R
R-0657000 HX 5679.3'"
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR.
5 5. T 6 R 11 3.0+ AC BEG
AT NEC OF SW/'+ OF NW/'+ 8:
RUN 5 230 FT FOR POB. TH
5 270 FT, TH W '+90 FT, TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
03495-250R
R-0657800 5313.20


FOSTER MARK 8: GAYLE
5 6 T 6 R 11 LOTS 51, 6
7, 1+ 8: 15. UNRECORDED
PLAT FR TAUNTON IN NE/4'
OF NE/4 ORB 90/345 FR
TAUNTON MAP Wi"4B
03495--550R
R-0658000 E 5155.06
ZIMMERMAN RANDY M.
S 6 T 6 R 11 LOT 8 UNREC.
PLAT FR TAUNTON ORB
123/'+69 FR CAMPBELL MAP#
14B-
03501-155R
R-0660500 $176.4r9
VIZCARRA EULOGIO M.


S 6 T 6 R i. SUNSHINE
FARMS (UNRECORDED) LOT 11
5.77 AC M/L UNRECORDED AA
FR TAUNTON MAP #1i'B
035:79-00OR
R-0673300 $.259..6
HATCHER JUANITA
BEACON HILL SUBD PB :1. PG
2 LOT 10 MAP #16C BLK 5
03593-001R
R-0675000 $S468 06
HARRELL ROBERT C 83: MARYA
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOT 13 8: STRIP BETWEEN
LOT 13 8: US 98 REC'D ORB
76/2204 MAP #16C BLK 6
03598-00OR ,
-R-0&675700 $336,04+
CHANDLER J. W. H-.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOT 10 MAP #16C BLK 6
03646-0OOR
R-0682400 $461.l11
WATSON PHILLIP L; JR.
BEACON HIILL SUBD FPB i1 PG
2 LOTS 7 & 9 ORB 1'+1/93:2
FR MONTFORD BLK 11 MAP#

036&70--OOOR
R-0685000 $86 .-.2-
POWELL DALTON W. 8: SHARO
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOT 8 ORB' 97/118 FROM
YORK. MAP #16C BLK 14{
03680-0OOOR
R-0686100 T86.24
CHANDLER J. W, H.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOT 20 MAP #16&C BLK IE
03710-005R
R-5P690400 573. Ei
BELL MARY ELIZABETH
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOT 20 ORB 89/24'+7 FR
DOUGHERTY MAP #16B BLK 19
03710-007R
R-0690500 $73.1 i
KRUMSIERK MARY ELIZABETH
BEACON HILL SUBD PB I PG
2 LOT 18 ORB 109/353 FR
OLIVER MAP #16B BLK 19
03730-000R
R-0692700 5229.S.i
CHANDLER J. W. H,
BEACON HILL SUBD PB I PG
2 LOTS 17, 19 8: 20 MAP
Q16C BLK 22"
03733-OSOR
R-069'T0 0 $462,29
KELLY BILLY L. 8: THERESA
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
2 LOTS 13, 15, 17 8: 19
ORB 104/797 FR GILBERT
MAP#t 6C BLK 2[{
03752-000RO
R-0698800 $1'+9,.i.
LARIOS MARGARET
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT
ONE PB 2 PG +6 LOT i ORB
76/251 MAP =16B BLK 3
03752-003R
R--0699100 S78.28
BYRD FRED
BEAC-ON HILL ESTATES UNIT
ONE PB 2 PG 46 LOT 4 ORB
10'4/76 FR ARNOLD MAP #16B
BLK' 3
03787--OCOR
R-0702600 $2isS.17
JOHNSON BETTY K,.
S 31 T 6 R i1 60 .X 100 F'T
LOT ON GULFVIEW ST ORB
78/81'+ MAP #i6C
03792-OOiR
R-0703200 $1S 705.95E
ROBERTSON DON C.
5 31 T 6 R 11 50 FT GULF
FRONTAGE BEING PARCEL NO.
2 ORB 126/786 FR
ALBRITTON MAP# 16C
03798-OOR
R-070'+60C 3 OE054.27
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES, INC
S31 8: 32 T6 Rlu BEING
LOTS 7 8: 8 ORIG IN SEC 31
8: PORTION IN SEC 32 LESS
GULF AIRE SUBD (REC'D 8:
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
03798-00'+R
R-0704+900 $3,96. 29
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES
5 31 8: 32 T 6 R 11 PARCEL
REC'D IN ORB 112/1110
BEING PARCEL "E" FR
SUDDUTH REALTY CORP.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
03798--081:R
R-0710800 HX 51. :+91.,L6
DUREN ISAAC' K. ET UX
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 1 ORB
8'+/191 MAP #16&C BLK G
03798-11iOR
R-071i900 5217.57
DUREN IKE
GULFAIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 16 ORB 121/462 FR
CAREY MAP# 16C.
03798-- 125R
R-0712100 $!. 36 '+.7 7
GUTHRIE DANNY A.
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 18-A ORB 118/977 FR
HARRELL LOT 18-B S: LESS
ORB 119/819 TO TAYLOR
MAP# 16C BLK: C
03798-160R
R-0712900 217.5S7
DUREN IKE
GULF AIRE SUBD., PHASE II
LOT 2!5 ORB 124/10749 ,C FR


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY,
INC. MAP# 16C BLK C
03798-16ER
R-0713000 $217.S57
DUREN IKE
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 26 ORB 12'+/1074 OC FR
ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY,
INC. MAPF: iC IBL.: C
03798-170R1
R-0713100 2!7,i7
DULREN IKE ::
GULF AIRE SUBD... PHASE II
LOT 27 ORB 124-/107'4 OC FR
ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY,
INC. MAP# i&C BLK C


03798-191R
R1--0714200 $742 .'+7
MURPHY THOMAS 8: KIMBERLY
GULF AIRE SUBD,. PHASE II
MIDDLE 20 FT OF LOT 31
UNIT B OF BLUE HAVEN
TRIPLEX ORB 109/75
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
03798-310R
R-0716900 51,062.88
DUREN IKE
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 25 ORB 117/392 GC FR
GULF AIRE PROP. INC. MAP#
16C BLK D
03798-330R
R-0717300 5217.57
DUREN IKE
GULF AIRE SUBD,. PHASE II
LOT 29 ORB 1240/1074 OC FR
ST...JOSEPH BAY REALTY.
INC. MAP" i6C BLK D
03798- 430R
R-0719200 5217.57
KIMBALL H"ERMONA K.
GULF AIRE SUBD, PHASE II:
LOT 7 ORB 112/272 FR
SUDDUTH MAP # 16C BLK F
03798-486R
R-0720500 5176.97
J,. B. HOMES INC.
GUL...F AIRE PHASE III
UNRECORDEDLOT 3 ORB
1:1,8/439-4'0 FR GULF AIRE
PRO. MAP# 16C
03798-488R
R-0720600 5176.97
J.B. HOMES INC...
GULF AIRE PHASE.III
UNRECORDEDLOT 'I ORB
118/439-4-0 FR GULF AIRE
PROP. MAP#W 16C
03798-492R
R-0720800 5176.97
DUREN ISAAC K.
GULF AIRE PHASE III
UNRECORDEDLOT 6 ORB
118/197- 8 FR GULF AIRE
PROP. INC. MAP# 16C
0 3798-494R
R-0720900 5176.97
DUREN ISAAC K.a
GULF AIRE PHASE III
UNRECORDEDLOT 7 ORB
118/197-98 FR GULF AIRE
PROP.INC. MAP# 16!C
03798--'+6R
R-0721.000 5176.97
DUREN ISAAC K.,
GULF AIRE PHASE III
UNRECORDEDLOT 8 ORB
118/197-98 FR GULF AIRE
PROP, INC. MAP# 16C
03798-"498R
R-0721100 5176.97
DUREN ISAAC K.
GULF AIRE PHASE III
UNRECORDEDTRACT "14" ORB
118/197-98 FR GULF AIRE
PROP. INC. MAP# 16WC
03798-500R
R-0721200 585.28
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES, INC'
5 31 T 6 R 11 ORB 93/277
BEING 6 FT GULF ACCESS
EASEMENT MAP# 16C
03798-50iR
R-0721300 55. 28
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
5 31 T 6 R 11 6 FT GULF
ACCESS EASEMENT MAP# 16C


03805-002R
R-0725200
DUREN I:KE
5 31 T 6 R 11
ORB 121/98 FR
1 6C
03837-O0OR
R-074-5000
FREEMAN BILLY


5t1, 171.48

6.,26 AC MiL
DOZIER MAP#


5752.04N
WAYNE


YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
HILL LOT I ORB 113/363 FR
FREEMAN BLK 3 MAP# 17A
03898-001R
R-0752000 5307.11
O'DELL WILLIAM A.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
HILL LOT 10 MAP #17A BLIK
8
03907-OOOR
R--0753400 HX 5688.84
BUTLER HAROLD M,
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
HILL LOTS 6, 7 8: N/2 OF 5
MAP #17A0 BLK: 9
03917-OOOR
R-0754E500 5253.38
GOSSOW WOLFGANG L.O.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
HILL. LOT 4[ ORB 101/388 FR
BARBIE 8: ORB 112/626 GC
FR GO550W BLK 10 MAP# 17A
03974-OOOR
R-0761700 51,717.75
SIMPSON ROY A...
5 5 T 7 R 11 PINE ST IF'
EXTENDED FROM HWY 98 TO
GULF OF MEXICO IN SECT !.
REC'D ORB 120/908--10 FR
SIMPSON EST.. MAP #17A
03978-002R
R-0762300 51,372.64
VICTOR ROBERT 8: VIRGINIA
S 5 8: 6 T 7 R 11 +46.03 FT
GULF FRONT: 125 FT DEPTH
M/L ORB 111/852 FR
ALBRITTON MAP# 17A
04001-001R
R-0768300 5303.65.
SHIMFESSEL MARVIN A. ET U
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
NO.. 1 LOT 1 ORB 80/110
MAP 417A BLK 5
0.4044.-OOOR
R-0773800 5221.5.4
SCULL SUE K.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
NO. 1 LOTS 15 8: 16 ORB
115/803 QC FR SCULL MAPt
17A BLK 10
04046-00OR
R-0774200 118.08
WOOD RAYMOND J, 8: DEBRA R
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6 ORB 124+/287
FR WOOD MAP #17A BLK :: li


04-048-OOOR
R-07744'00 5118.08
WOOD CARL DAVID
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 1 ORB 102/991
FR COSTIN 8: GIBSON MAP#
17A BLK 11

04+247-OOOR
R-0806200 51,946.94
MATTHEWS ARTHUR L 8: ANN
S 16 T 7 R 11 .980 AC M/L
164.04 FT GULF FRON1 267
FT AV DEPTH ORB 98/552 FR
VIZCARRA MAP# 32B
04255-030R
R-0807000 52,447.09
VIZCARRA EULOGIO M. M,D.P
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB
i PG 26 5 50 FT OF LOT '4,
LOT 5 MAP# 328 BLK 1
04255-060R
R-0807400 51,364. 7
VIZCARRA EULOGIO M, M.D.P
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB
I PG 26 5/2 LOT 7 DIVIDED
E 8: W FR 20 FT N OF SEC 8:
20 FT S OF NWC ALL OF LOT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
04'283-00OR
R-08114[00 58973
GUERTIN COLICE
S 27 T 7 R 11 REC'D DBK
25/164 MAP #33A
04 396-00OR
R-0822600 HX 5634,05
LINTON BENNY F. SR. 8: LIN
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG
26 LOTS 8, 9 8: 12 (LESS S
10 FT OF LOT 12) 8: E 5 FT
OF LOT 14 ORB 109/902 FR
LINTON MAP# '49B BLK E
04404-O-0OR
R-0823500 5213.60
LINTON BENNY F, 8: LINDA S
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS LOT 7 ORB
109/903 FR LINTON MAP#
49B
044+15-000R
R-0824500 5408,93
MOSLEY EDWARD 8: CAROLYN
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB i PG
26 LOT 9 8: N 70 FT OF 12
&: 13 ORB 120/1077 FR
TUTTLE MAP# 49B BLK G
04416-"OOOR
R-082'4600 87.83
MOSLEY EDWARD 8: CAROLYN
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG
26 LOTS 14 15 8: S 25 FT
OF 12 8: 13 ORB 120/1077
FR TUTTLE MAP #498 BLK G
044'+47-000R.
R-0827600 HX $329.42
WOOD MARY A. 8: JOHNNY
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW PB,i PG
44+ LOTS 5 8: 6 ORB 124/174
FR PEAK MAP #498 BLK 3
'04455-OOOR
R-0828400 HX 551.13
CANNINGTON B. F. 8:& FAYE
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW PB I PG
44 N/2 OF LOTS 11 8: 12
ORB 107/10 OC FR O.H. 8:
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
O'+5S02-OOOR
R-0832800 HX 5338.18
WHITFIELD AARON L.
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW PB i PG
50 LOTS 5, 8Q 9 8: 12 ORB
106/1042 FR WHITFIELD
MAP# 4-98 BLK E
04F539--030R
R-0836700 5301.13
VIZCARRA EULOGIO
5.27 T 7 R 110 .594 AC M/L
225 FT US 98 FRONT) 115
FT DEPTH ORB 89/390 FR
JACKSON ET AL
049564--OOOR
R--0842700 5301.13
DUREN IKE
5 27 T 7 R 11 .413 AC M/L
150 FT US 98 FRONT; 120
FT DEPTH ORB'55/[484 FR
STAFFORD MAP #33A
04625-OOOR
R-0849800 55.46.72
HOPPS NERO SR. HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB i
PG 35 LOT 2 8: N 1/2 OF
LOT 4 ORB 107/225 FS
HOPPS ESTATE MAP# 50A BLK
B
04630-O000R
R-0850200 5191.84
GAINER MANSFIELD 8: CORA L
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/693
MAP #50A BLK B
04635-O0R
R-0850800 HX 5227,'+2
WHITAKER LINDA G.
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD. PB
1 PG 35 LOT 7 ORB 119/329
FR LOWERY'' MAP# 50A BLK B
04[637-000R
R-0851000 552.18
LEWIS ROBERT C/O
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1
PG 35 Ni/2 OF LOT 10 MAP
#E:50A BLK B
04638-O000R
R-085110o0 5115.74
GAINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1
PG 35 S/2 OF LOT 10 MAP
#50A BLK B


04'640--00OR
R-0851300 $276.41
MC KELVY POL.LY, HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1
PG 35 LOT 20 MAP #50A BLK


0'+65.3-00OR
R-0852600
GATES JERRY
CIr'TY OF PORT
17 8: 19, 20,
FR PATTERSON
4


$1,609.14

ST. JOE LOTS
22 8: 24 QC
MAP# 50A BLK


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04714-OOOR
R-0859000 $573.09
HODGES RANDALL STEVEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S 9
'FT OF LOT 14 LESS 45 FT &
E/2 OF LOT 16 ORB 99/137
FR REEVES MAP# 50 BLK 15
O0715-OOiR
R-0859200 $100.92
GULF TWIN INC.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 20
FT OF E/2 OF LOT 18 ORB
83/609 MAP #50A BLK 15
04716-OOOR
R-0859300 5472.05
GULF TWIN INC.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 21
FT & S 9 FT OF W 45 FT OF
LOT 14 8: W 45 FT OF LOTS
16, 18 $- 20 ORB 81/969
MAP #50A BLK 15
04804-002R
R-0871800 5144,.10
ST. JOSEPH BAY CONST. CO,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
9 ORB 117/683 OC FR
GUARLES MAP# O50A BLK 24
04805-OOOR
R-0872300 $751.15.
ST. JOSEPH BAY CONSTRUCT
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
11 ORB 117/687-88 FR
GUARLES MAP# 50A BLK 24
04867-OOOR
R-0886100 55338.37
FFCA/IPI 1984 PROPERTY CO
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS
2,j46i,8 ORB 115/333 FR
SANDERS MAP # 50A BLK 36
04898-004R
R-0889500 HX S90.22
WORTHINGTON MARY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
17 8: W/2 OF LOT 19 ORB
87/874 MAP #50A BLK 37
04905-OOOR
R-0890200 $51652.24
COMBS GLEN F, ET UX
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S'LY
74 FT OF LOTS 28 8: 30 ORB
87/831 FR PROWS MAP #50
BLK 37
05090-OOOR
R-0912300 56,773.94
HORIZON HEALTHCARE CORP,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS
17 THRU 30 IN BLOCK 51 8:
20 FT ALLEY INCLUDED. IN
SAME ORB 119/987-90 FR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
0S091-OOOR
R-0912400 51,270.91
KERN PETER C.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ALL
BLK 57 BEING A 320 X 420
FT PARCEL ORB I19/919 FR
HEALTH ENTERPRISES OF
AMERICA MAP# 5OA
05219-040R
R-0925500 $679.84
ST. JOE BAY CONST. CO. IN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N.
62' OF LOT 1 ORB 117/681
BLI 69 MAP# SOD BLK 69
05293-000R
R-0934000 5390,.
VISCARRA EULOGIO
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
NO, i LOT 14 ORB 80/992
MAP #500 BLK 78
05313-000R
R-0936000 HX $207.88
S RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN 8
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
NO. 1 LOTS 10 $- 11 ORB
107/628 FR REED (PARRISH)
MAP #SOD BLK 79
05339-OOOR
R-0938500 HX $134,87
LANCASTER JAMES H. &8 TERR
337070SEPH ADDITION UNIT
NO. I LOT 5 8 S 4+ FT OF
N LOT 4 ORB 116/+448 FR
ATCHISON MAP# 50D BLK 81
05376-OOOR
R-0942300 HX 5317.4i
POWELL JAMES P. 8: TAMMY T
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
NO. 1 LOT I ORB 18/1045
FR GAY MAP #50D BLK 85
05448.-OOOR
R-09514+00 5207.88
CLAYTON LARRY J.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
NO. 2 LOTS 8 f 9 ORB
126/379 GCFR CLAYTON MAP
* 500D BLK 89
05700-001R
R-0997500 5$287.08
DRIESBACH RAYMOND A. JR.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. S 61 FT OF LOT 31
ORB 89/29 FR PETERS BLK
1001 BLK 1001
05702-001R
R-0997900 5$116.79
JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. N 60 FT OF LOT 1
ORB 75/120 MAP #tOA BLK
1002
05703-000R
R-0998000 579.03
GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE "
ORIG. LOT 2 ORB 75/571
MAP #50A BLK 002
OE727-OOOR
R-1000 00 $198.37
GANT ADRIAN F. 8: MAE ELLA


CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG.'LOT 15 ORB 97/469
FR GANT MAP #50B BLK 1003
05740-OOOR
R-i001900 $764.16
GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
C* ITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. LOT 31 ORB 83/396
.MAP #508 BLK 1003
05742-OOOR
R-1002100 5399.75


SIMMONS ROY S. WILLIE MAE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. LOT 3 MAP #50OA BL.I::
iC'O0'l


05776-OOOR
R-1005600 $330103
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. LOTS 14 16, 18 B20
8: 22 ORB 81/711 MAP #SOB
BLK 1005
05780-OOOR
R-i005900 5155.34
ARMSTEAD COGENE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. LOT 21 ORB 89/137
FR ARMSTEAD MAP 450B BLK
1005
05795-OOOR
R-1008300 $182.60
GADSON GUINN CORA LEE EST
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG, N/2 OF LOT 12 MAP
#50A BLK 1006
05796-OOOR
R-100800 ..536.08
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORIG. 5/2 OF LOT 12 "AP
#50A BLK 1006
0581L4-000R
R-1010200 HX $72.61
HOGAN LILLIE MAE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
ORIG. LOTS 30 8 32 ORB
77/940 MAP #50A BLK 1006
05821-001R
R-101i300 $178.53
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1
PG 33 LOT 13 MAP #49D BLK
1007
05844-OOOR
R-iOi3700 5277.61
KING PHILLIP
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1
PG 33 LOT 18 MAP #49D BLK

05895-000R
R-1019300 52+i.60
SIMS JAMES
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PBi
PG 33 LOT 2 ORB 80/2314
MAP #49C BLK 1011
05952-00OR
R-1025700 HA $92.11
JULIUS DIANE P. ET AL
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
NO. 2 PB 1 PGS *6 8 a47
LOT 11 ORB 125/4. FR ROSA
LEE PACE BYRD EST. MAP#
50A BLK 1016
06025-OOOR
R-1032800 5201.76
GANT CHESTER JR.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 4 PB i PGS 46 8:
47 MAP# 50A BLK 1019
06027-006R
R-i033500 536.08
JENKINS DONALD L. & SHELL
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
NO. 3 LOT 7 PBM2 PG 53
ORB 124/1100-1101 FR ST.
JOE FOREST PROD. MAP#t 50A
BLK 1020O
06027- 15R
R-1034*..00 557156
DAWSON WILLIE J. EMMA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
NO. 3 LOT 16 PB 2 PG 53
ORB 124/1896-97 FR ST. JOE
FOREST PROD. COaMAP# 50OA
BLK -1020
M/L ORB 111/199 0C FR,
WARD MAP# 52A
06249-018R
R-1070100 578.28
BRYANT GERALD N.
ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
UNIT ONE PB 3 PGS 1 8: 2
LOT 3 MAP #52D BLK B
06250-010R I
R-1073100 $1,961.68
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS S: L
.S 25 T 8S R I1W 100 X -168
FT AV DEPTH ON COUNTRY
CLUB ROAD ORB 113/352-4
FR DISTINCTIVE BUILDERS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)-
06266-04OR
R-i083340 5192.16
THIGPEN STEPHEN G 8: SHEIL
S7 T9 Rli BEING LOT 8
FEATHER SOUND UNREC SUB
ORB 128/1030 MAP 19B
06266-085R
R-1083320 $969.71
SAN BLAS VILLAS DEV CO
S7 T 518 T9 Ril BEING
LOTS 17,23,2+,.25,26,27
FEATHER SOUND UNREC SUB
MAP AB
06268-079R
R-1082300 53,691.79
MAY GAIL L. ET AL
5.7 T 9 R 11.5.0' AC M/L
385 FT GULF FRONT; 570 FT
AV DEPTH; BEING LOT 2 ORB
86/133 FR FEAGIN MAP# 18SC
06268-112R
R-1083200 53,909.2
SAN BLAS PLANTATION DEV.
S 7 8: 18'T 9 R 11 204*.1t
FT:GULF FRONT; BEING LOTS
2, 3 OF TRACT 13 ORB
107/890 FR FEATHER SOUND
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
19 -
06268-114R
R-1083300 555'.03
SAN BLAS PLANTATION DEV.
S 7 T9 R 11 100' GULF
FRONTAGEBEING LOTS
5;6,915,1618 OF FEATHER


SOUND UNREC SUB MAP 19B
06268-251R
R-1086000 5$1 51.77
BOOTH RICHARD C. ET AL
S 20 T 9 R 11 2.76 ACRES
M/L i50.'+7 FT GULF FRONT
IN TRACT NO 28 8: 29 ORB
85/1082 MAP _#J.9.
06028-000R
R-1035000 HX $98.96
JONES VALERIE ANN
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
NO. 3 LOT i ORB 106/653
FR JONE PB 2 PG 53 MAP;t
50A BLK 1021


06028-011R
R-1035800 HX S
THOMAS GEORGE E. 8
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
NO. 3 LOT 12 8: N/2
14 ORB'92/2'47 FR ST
LD & DEV CO P~ 2 PG
MAP# 50A BLY. 1021
06031-010R
R-1037900 HX
BAILEY CHRISTINE E.
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
NO. 3 LOT 6 PB 2 PC
MAP# 50A BLK 1022
06051-001R
R-1040100 .
HILL GWENDOLYNN Y.
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
NO. 3 LOTS 1 8: 3 OR
1i9/390 QC FR HILL
PG 53 MAP# 50A BLK
06082-OOOR
R-1045100 S
GAY JOYCE
MADDOX SUBDIVISION
GROVE PB i PG 27 LO
SB: 5S/2 OF LOT 2 MA
BLK A
06083-000R
R-1045200 S
GAY JOYCE
MADDOX SUBDIVISION
GROVE PB 1 PG 27 LO
6 MAP #51A BLK A
06196-OOOR
R-1057900 5
STEVENS ROBERT J. S
OAK GROVE SUBD UNIT
1 PG 39 5/2 OF LOTS
ORB 98/,703 FR GRIFF
ORB 109/984 FR GRIF
MAP# 1iA .BLK 2
06235-000R
R-1061600 HX
WARD DOROTHY V.
S 25 T 8 R 11 52.5
FRONTAGE; 250 FT AV
M/L ORB 111/199 GC
WARD MAP# 52A
06268-252R
R-1086100 SI,
AVERY RICHARD M. JR
S 20 T 9 R 1i 1.98
M/L 110,03 FT GULF
FRONTAGE IN TRACT N1
ORB 110/529 FR FLA.
8 MORTG. MAP# 19D
06268-300R
R-i086200 S41
AVERY JUDGE RICHARD
S 20 T 9 R 11 510 F
FRONT; 711,35 FT AV'
PART TRACTS 29 & 30
110/532 FR FLA. TIT
MORTG MAP #19D
06268-S00R
R-1087300 9
RICHARDS HUBERT E.
S 6 T 9 R 11 203,91
BAY FRONT; 775.76 F
DEPTH ORB 98/979 FR
TITLE MORTG CO. LES
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TA
06269-005R
R-1091700 S
STROTHER CORPORATION
SAN BLAS ESTATES PE
20 21 8: 22 PORTION
LOT 5 ORB 100/82 FR
LESS ROBIN BAYSEAGU
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TA
06269-021R
R-1092900.
HARRISON GEORGE H I
SAN BLAS ESTATES PE
20)21 8: 22 .606 AC'
LOT 21 ORB 90/ 403
W'LY PORTION ON GUL
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TA
06269-028R
R-1093500 $S1
MONTGOMERY ROBERT E
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB
20 -21 8: 22 LOT 28
AC ORB 82/799 100 F
FRONT MAP #198
06269-035R
R-109200 $5i
MONTGOMERY ROBERT B
SAN BLAS ESTATES LO
1.5- AC ORB 82/799
GULF FRONT MAP #19E
06269-O45R
R-1095200 5
OWENS WILLIAM J.
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB
20; 21 8: 22 LOT '5
AC 100 FT GULFFRONT
117/982 FR HERNANDE

. 190
06269-304R
R-1098100 S;
KAPLAN'SCOTT I. 8: S
CAPE SANDS LANDING
2C-1 A PORTION OF L
SAN BLAS ESTATES SU
ORB 105/215 FR CAPE
LANDING MAP# 19B
06269-510R
R-1100200 S
AUSTIN E.P.
CAPE RETREAT LOT SB
X 100 FT PORTION OF
SAN BLAS ESTATES MA
06269-515R
R-1100300 $
AUSTIN E.P.
CAPE RETREAT LOT 8C
X 100 FT PORTION OF
SAN BLAST ESTATES MA


06269--520R
R-11004'00
AUSTIN E.P.
CAPE RETREAT LOT SD
X 100 FT PORTION OF
SAN BLAS ESTATES MA
06269-53B0R
R-1100600 .-1
AUSTIN E.P.
CAPE RETREAT LOT S-
FT GULF FRONT; 31
DEPTHi A PORTION OF
SAM BLAS ESTATES MA
- : :ED:1.


STROTHERS CORP.
6163.63 S 18 T 9 R 11 SEAGULL
MARY L BAY) A CONDOMINIUM UNIT
JNIT 11-A MAP# 198
OF LOT 06269-566R
JOE R--1101700 Si,709.9'+
3 53 STROTHERS CORP. ,
S 18 T 9 R 11 ROIN BAY,
A CONDOMINIUM UNIT 10-B
S46.81 MAP# 19B
06276-026R
iNIT R-1108900 $379.73
ST53 CLAYTON LARRY J.'
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 2'4; 24A,
2+B 8: 24C TRACT 26 1.61
6100.50 AC ORB 86/825 8: ORB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
JNIT 06276-OE.8R
iB R-l111900 $222.,45
PB 2 CURRIE LUIS T. 8: EUGENE
1024 CAPE SAN'BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE LOT 8 OF TRACT
6278.51 49; 90 FT BAY FR 176.31
FT AV DEPTH ORB 99/902
TO OAK (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
ITS 3, 06276-059R
IP #51A R-11i2000 $238.87
CURRIE LUIS T. 8: EUGENE
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
B242.03 BAYSIDE LOT 9 OF TRACT
49; 100 FT BAY FR 166.03
TO OAK FT AV DEPTH ORB 99/902 FR
3TS 5 8 (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06276-060R
R-i112100 $225.55
E224,80 CURRIE LUIS T. 8: EUGENE
RA 8: E CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
* 2 PB BAYSIDE LOT 10 OF TRACT
i 8: 2 49 100.79 FT BAY FRONT;
-IN 8 145,68 FT AV DEPTH ORB
*FIN (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06276-070R
R-1112200 S12,192.33
$38.'9 OWENS WILLIAM J. 8: JAMES
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
FT BAY BAYSIDE TRACT 8 8: 9 BEING
DEPTH SUNRISE 8: SUNSET
FR TOWNHOUSES LESS UNIT A-I
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06286-OOOR
~065. R--iii2900 $26.10
SEASHORE LAND 8: DEV, CO.

ACRES 5 iS 8: 22 T 9 Ritl 28.22
AC ORB 46/636 1IB
10 29 SUBMERGED LANDS MAP# 35 8:
TITLE 35D
06288-000R
R-1113200 52,6'41.18
F885.69 SAN BLAS BEACH DEV. CO.
i 1M. JR S 22 T 9 R 11 300 FT GULF
*T GULF FRONT; ORIG LOT 3 N.OF SR
I DEPTH 30E (LESS E 290,27 FT) 8:
ORB E 300 FT OF W 996.45 FT
rLE 8: (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06288-006R
R-1113800 $951.1 4
SAN BLAS BEACH DEV.
6998.11 S 22 T 9 R li 107 FT GULF
a FRONT; 1400 FT AVPTH
L FT DEPTH ORB 106/812 38% INT
-T AV FR OGBURN 8: ORB 106/81i4
FLA (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
iS ORB 06288-007R
>XROLL) R-i11i3900 S95i,1+1
SAN BLAS BEACH DEV, INC.
E730.94 S 22 T 9 R 11 100 FT GULF
IN FRONT; 1400 FT AV DEPTH
a 3 PGS ORB 106/854 FR YONGE MAP#
I OF 35D
SWEAT 06290-005R
ILL R-1116i00 $1s208.50
XROLL) GUARANTA CHARLES 8: JEAN
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
5157.87 LOT 1 ORB 119/865-68 FR
II 8: M PAN GULFCORP. MAP# 35D
S3 PGS BLK 1
BEING 06290-010R
LESS R-1116500 $2E3.38
.F TO PAN-GULF CORP,
4XROLL) SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 2 MAP# 35D BLK 1
098,47 06290-020R
3. ET A R-1116700 5253.38
3 3 PGS PAN-GULF CORP.
1,72 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
-T GULF LOT 4 MAP# 35D BLK I
06290-025R
R-1116800 S253.38
027.01 PAN-GULF CORP.
3. ET A SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
IT 35 LOT 5 MAP# 35D BLK 1
100 FT 06290-0'0OR
R-1t17100 $253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
976.87 SURFSIDE ESTATES #1 LOT 8
MAP#t 3E. BLK 1
3 PGS 06290-0'+5R
1.23 R-1117200 5253.38
ORB PAN-GULF CORP.
.Z MAP# SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 9 MAP# 35D BLK 1
06290-095R
232.38 R-1117500 $253.38
STEPHEN PAN-GULF CORP,.
UNIT SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #:l
.OT 2 LOT i MAP# 35D BLK 2
BD. 06290-o100R
SSANDS R-1117600 $253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #ti
256.25 LOT 2 MAP# 350 BLK 2
06290-1IiOR
110 R-1117800 $253.38
SLOT 8 FAN-GULF CORP.
>P# 198 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT t MAP# 35D BLK 2
311.00 06290-115R
R-il17900 $253.38
:, 110 PAN-GULF CORP,
SLOT 8 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
P# 19B LOT S MAP# 35D BLK 2


062:90-120R
E365.76 R--1118000 $253.38
PAN--GULF CORP..
3: 110 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT 41
F LOT 8 LOT 6 MAPt# 350 BLK 2
APM 19B 0:6290-130R
R-.1ii8200 $2S3.38
Q77.79 PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFEIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
-G: 50 LOT 8 MAPR 35D BLIK 2
FT. 06290-O150R
F LOT 8 R-111S600 5253.38
AP 198B PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT Nt 1
455E:.63 LOT :1.2 MAPU 3C50 BLK 2


06290-155R
R--11i700
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES U
LOT 13 MAP# 35D BL


$523.38

JNIT #1
-K 2


06290-165R
R-1118900 5253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 15 MAP# 35D BLK 2
06290-i75R
R-11i9100 $253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT # 1
LOT 17 MAP# 35D BLK 2
06290-195R
R-1119500 5253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 1 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-215R
R-1119900 $253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT s MAP# 350 BLK 3
06290-225R
R-1120100 5253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 7 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-230R
R-l120200 5253.38
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1.
LOT 8 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-24'5R
R-i120500 Si37.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 11 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-250R
R-ii20600 5137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 12 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-255R
R-1120700 5137.18
PAN-GULF CORP,
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 13 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-260R
R-1120800 $137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT .14 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-265R
R-1120900 5137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 15 MAP# 350 BLK 3
06290-270R
R-i12000 $137.18
PAN-GULF CORP,
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 16 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06290-275R
R-1121100 5137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 17 MAP# 350D BLK 3
06290-280R
R-i12=200 S137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 18 MAP# 350 BLK 3
06290-285R
R--1121300 S137,18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 19 MAP#t 35D BLK 3
06290--290R
R-11214-00 $137.18
PAN-GULF CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #1
LOT 20 MAP# 35D BLK 3
06291-OOOR
R-112iSOO 51,606.4+6
K.S.N.J.C.) LTD.
SURFSIDE ESTATES
SUBDIVISION UNIT # 2 LOTS
121 13, 14) 15) 161 17 8:
18 ORB 123/536--37 FR
G.P.D. INC. MAP# 35D
06291-002R
R-1i21700 5627. 17
SNJC LTD
S 22 T 9 R 11 SURFSIDE
ESTATES UNIT NO. 2 LOT 11
BLOCK 6; 109.52 FT GULF
FRONT; 362.12 FT DEPTH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06291-003R
R-1i21.800 55,629.88
R.A.K.R. LTD
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT 2
ALL, LESS LOTS 11 THROUGH
18 BLK 6 ORB 124/662-63
CD FR GPDO INC. MAP# 35D
062994-OOOR
R-1122600 $52163.61
SNJC, LTD
S 22 T 9 R 11 675 FT BAY
FRONT; 300 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 123/538-10 FR G.P.D,
INC. 8: 22.7 AC SUBD. LAND
MAP# 35D
06296-000R
R-1122800 $1,232.38
SNJC) LTD
S 15 8:22 T 9 R 11 '50 FT
BAY FRONT; 150 FT AV
DEPTH ALSO 38.86 ACRES
IIB SUBMERGED LANDS ORB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06310-000R
R-1123500 523.65
G.P.D. INC.
S 23 T 9 R 11 22.7 AC ORB
92/3+6 FR KILBOURN ORB
1+7/ 512 FR SUBMERGED MAP#
5'+C
06316-002R
R-112+500 5902.86
JANOWSKI BOLESLAW M. Ill
S 23 T 9 R Ii 18.6 AC M/L
+50 FT ON SR 30; 1800 FT


DEPTH M/L ORB 78/332 LESS
TO CAPE SAN BLAS WATER IN
ORB 82/143 MAP# 5B4C
06320-001R
R-li26000 $892.93
BELMONT GROUP IC.,
S 24 T 9 R 11 100.32 FT
GULF FRONT; 537 FT DEPTH
M/L BEING LOT 1 ORB 101/
858 FR CAMPBELL MAP# 540D


TEM STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL *


06321-690R
R-i1341500
JOSEY L,B.
GULF PINES
LOT 39 ORB
COSTABELLA
BLK A
06321-695R
R-ii34600
JOSEY L.B.
GULF PINES
LOT 40 ORB
COSTABELLA
BLK A
06321-700R
R-ii34+700
JOSEY L.B.
GULF PINES
LOT 41 ORB
COSTABELLA
BLK A
06321--735R
R-i135300
JOSEY LB.
GULF PINES
LOT 48 ORB
COSTABELLA
BLK A
06322-002R
R-i135600


$253.38
ET AL
FIRST ADDITION
112/681 FR
CORP. BLK A


$253.38
ET AL
FIRST ADDITION
112/686 FR
CORP. BLK A


$253.38
ET AL
FIRST ADDITION
112/689 FR
CORP. BLK A


$253,38
ET AL
FIRST ADDITION
112/665 FR
CORP. MAP# 51+0


$890.29


BOYETTE WILLIAM E. ET AL
S 24f T 9 R 11 1.241 AC M/L
100,02 FT GULF FRONT; 541
FT DEPTH M/L ORB
110/75-76 FR CARLILE ET
AL MAP# 54D
06345-333R
R-1144-900 51i,91,07

BIGGS W. JOSEPH ET AL
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 33
ORB 119/416 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. MAP# BA
06345-473R
R-1158900 51s921.09
FONVIELLE C. DAVID
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO.
173 ORB 114/846 FR
BARRIER DUNES MAP# SA
063415-497R
R-1161300- 52,105.11
MCORP CO. INC,
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO,
197 ORB 124/298 FR
CHARLES MORRISON MAP# 5A
06345-635R
R-1162400 51,638.30
GRANT JAMES W. & GRADY W,
SEACLIFF UNIT 5 BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE
GRO UP MAP# 5A BLDG A
063415-636R
R-1162500 51,638,30.
SLAUGHTER TERRY D. & JENN
SEACLIFF UNIT 6 BLDG A
ORB 118/335-36 FR
ALLIANCE GROUP MAP# 5A
BLDG A
06345-638R
R-l.62700 $1,.638.30:
CUNNINGHAM GENE R.
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB 122/964-65 FR
ALLIANCE GROUP MAP# 5A
06345-639R
R-1162800 5$1638.30
SUMMERS WALTER J.
SEACLIFF UNIT 3 BLDG B
ORB 122/970-71 FR
ALLIANCE GRPUP MAP# SA
06345-641R
R-1163000 5$1638.30
ASSOCIATES PRINTING CO.
SEACLIFF UNIT 5 BLDG B
ORRB 122/976-77 FR
ALLIANCE GROUP MAP# 5A
06345-643R
-R-1163200 51,868.31
ASSOCIATES PRINTING CO.
SEACLIFF UNIT 7 BLDG B
ORB 116/461 FR ALLIANCE
COR P. MAP# 5A BLDG B
06349-011R
R-1165200 5789,98
MITCHUM W. THOMAS ET UX
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB
3 PG ii LOTS ii ORB
102/565 FR TAN MAP #50D
BLK A
06349-013R
R-1165400 5$1088.91
ADKISON CLAYTON ET AL
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB
3 PG 11 LOT 13 ORB
81/1052 MAP #5D BLK A
06351-048R
R-1176500 5208.81
FERRIS MIKE
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23
LOT 2+ ORB 94/568 AA FR.
CAPE SAN BLAS PARTNERSHIP
& ORB 115/596 FR LIEDY
MAP# 6A BLK B
06378-i35R
R-1i86800 51)253.06
CAPE DUNES DEV. CORP
THE POINTE CAPE DUNES
DEV. UNIT NO. +A MAP# 5H-C


PAM.O A


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06320-0iiR
R-ii26750 $205.62
BLANCHET HERVE
S24 T9 Ril PORTION OF LOT
9 ORB 89/18+ FR
COSTABELLA LESS ORB
127/17 TO ELKINS MAP 54D
06320-025R
R-1i27000 $l,137.33
MARTS THAYER M.
S24 T9 Rll 7. PFT GULF
FRONTAGE 405 FT AVE.
DEPTH BEING TRACT 3 OF 3
OF LOT 10 ORB 95/768 FR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
06321-OlER
R-1i29100 $2,311.51
REDD. GEORGE A.
GULF PINES SUBD PB 3 PG
25 LOT 4 ORB 97/1076 OC
FR MULTI- PROPERTY
SERVICESi INC. MAP# 54D'
BLK A
06321-SSOR
R-i131800 S76.1
BRASWELL CHE CHE 8: FLOYD
GULF PINES SUBD PB 3 PG
25 LOT 11 ORB 96/631 FROM
COSTABELLA DEV. CORP.
MAP# 54D BLK B