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FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 26
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1994
Gulf Signs Contract to Pave 5.5 Miles of Road
C.W. Roberts Construction Firm Is Successful Bidder on the 31 Individual Projects Spread Throughout the County
The Gulf County Commission let bid con- The latest project will be paid for from this LIST OF STREETS, FLEXIBLE just a short time.
tracts Tuesday night for approximately five and source. Although the contractor has been given a Preble-Rish Engineers, a Port St. Joe fi
a half miles of paved roads throughout the 31 SEPARATE PAVING JOBS list of streets and lengths which the Commis- is engineering the project.
county.half miles of paved roads throughout the 31 SEPARATE PAVING JOBS sion wants paved they have placed a clause in
C. W. Roberts Contracing Company of Hos- separate jobs ranging from a 50 foot stretch of their contract which will allow the to Chaplaceged
ford, was the low bidder by some $60,000 for Victoria Avenue. to, 3.982 feet on the Old Bay Iother projects on the list for the bid price perM0
the project. Roberts' bid was $267,865 for the City Road. All of the streets scheduled for sur- paving foot covered under the contract. e
entire list of streets included in the project. facing under the current project are short runs. reason for this is that funds from the state vary The County Commission has can-
Roberts did some $3 million worth of paving with most of the others ranging from 287 feet with the collection of gasoline taxes received called its regular meeting of March 7
and re-surfacing two years ago. including the to 1,200 feet in length and the Commission wants to get as much pavy- because of a conflict. The Board
re-surfacing of C-30 to the Gulf-Franklin to 1200 feet in length. -ing done as possible under the bid, to relieve members are scheduled to attend a
county line. The county bonded its sixth cent of The streets are to be found all over the them of maintenance responsibilities., state meeting on hurricane prepared
gasoline tax, approved in a local referendum, to county, from the northern border to St. Joseph state meeting on hurricane prepared
v for the larger project. Bay and from Overstreet to Howard Creek. Roberts is expected to begin work on the ness on that date.
pay fThe meeting, originally Scheduled
The Commission has been saving its state County Commissioners are giving precedent several streets to be paved in a few weeks. for March 7 will be held on Friday,
paving funds for the past three years, which it to streets which are currently a maintenance .George Roberts, a representative of the firm, March 4, at 600 p.m.
receives from the state of Florida for repairs problem and expense, as well as streets on said they are currently winding down, a obin March 4,at 6:00p.m.
and small paving jobs throughout the county. which residents live. the area, and will be moving in on this one in
to Defray Costs
of Liver Transplant
Terry Parrish, a local contrac-
tor awaiting the availability of a
liver for a transplant, didn't have
a long waiting period. After only
two weeks on the waiting list,
Sunday evening at 7:15 he
received word from Shands Hos-
pital in Gainesville that a liver
with the matching characteristics
had become available, and he and
his wife, T.J.. left immediately.
Parrish arrived in Gainesville at
1 1:30 that evening, before the liv-
er arrived. After receiving anti-
rejection drugs all night, the 10-
hour operatibTe--befgan--r-- 7'3 --7
According to Parrish's broth-
er. Wayne, the medical team was
pleased with the success of the
transplant. The new liver began
secreting bile before the surgery
was completed., a process which
normally takes several days. The
first 72 hours following the sur-
gery are critical. As of Wednesday
morning Parrish's kidneys had
not become functional. necessi-
tating catherization and dialysis.
It is hoped that within the next
day the kidneys will kick in, and
marked improvement could begin
Parrish. a self-employed con-
tractor, has exhausted his per-
Ssonal savings while battling the
Effects of hepatitis C which irrep-
arably damaged his liver, necessi-
t eating the transplant. His insu-
rance covers 80% of the covered
charges of the transplant, but
anyone who has had any dealings
with medical charges recently
Knows that 20% can be, a monu-
tmenunal ount. Current progno
isis calls for Parrish' to remain in
intensive care for five days. and
(See TERRY on Page 3)'.
First Union Bank president, Gil Williams is shown property, in exchange for a check, while city attorney
handing Mayor Frank Pate a deed to First Union Park William J. Rish, looks on.
City Receives Deed for Park Property
The City has received a deed for its second piece of proper-
ty in the vicinity of Fifth Street and Highway 98: this Lime,
from the First Union National Bank.
Two weeks ago, St. Joseph Land and Development gave a
deed on waterfront property the city had been dealing with for
some six months. The former deal had the Commission trad-
ing a piece of property, occupied by the old city warehouse,
across from the Gulf County Courthouse, for a block of prop-
erty adjoining the Fifth Street boat launch ramp at the west
end of Fifth Street.
This most recent acquisition was for property which, ironi-
cally, has been known locally as 'The City Park" for nearly 80
years, but has never been owned by the city. The most recent
owner was the First Union Bank. who obtained it in the sale
of the Florida National Banks to its banking firm. First Union,
like -Florida National, began receiving offers to purchase the.
valuable real estate.
Recently, First Union offered the block to the City of Port
St..Joe, agreeing to take substantially less than the appraised
Friday of last week, the deal was finally consummated af-
'ter negotiations with -First Union by city attorney, William J.
Rish, and the Commission.
Gil Williams, president of the local First Union Bank, deliv-
ered the deed at about 2:00 p.m. Friday, to Mayor Frank Pate
and attorney Rish and received the check from the city for
The deed was done and now the piece of property, most re-
cently kndwn as "First Union Bank Park" can now, correctly,
be referred to as 'The City Park."
Williams remarked, after the transaction, "I know First Un-
ion wanted the city to have the property for use by its citizens
as a park, I, personally, am glad to see this piece of beautiful,
prime real estate, placed in city ownership. It's a credit to any
city to have a park such as this."
Mayor Pate said, "I'm relieved that we finally were able to
purchase this property. The citizens of Port St. Joe now own
,all the way from Highway 98 to the water's edge."
Will Get Deed
to Freezer and
Lease to Fisheries
The,Gulf County Commission
has hammered out a deal with
the Apalachee Regional Planning
Commission, which will help the
giant Raffield Fisheries to stay in
business, following a disastrous
fire last March.
For the better part of a year,
the Commission has been dealing
with ARPC to settle a financial di-
lemma. ARPC was the fiscal agent
for a loan to Raffield, made from
federal funds provided Gulf
County to encourage industrial
-- expansion-o -'p 6vide'jdbs.: TThe .-
loan was made in 1986. to re-
build after another fire suffered
by the Fisheries. The loan funds
were provided by a federal agen-
cy, the U.S. Commerce Commis-
Settlement of the loan has
been delayed due to the Com-
mierce Commission taking Raf-'
field to court, claiming all of the
loan was not spent according to
guidelines. There was rio claim of
mishandling funds or theft, but
only of not strictly following feder-
al procedures in the dispersing of
the loan funds. Commerce's case
was upheld by a federal judge,
with the judge stating in his opin-
ion that the rules call for a fine,
but that in all fairness a fine
should not be levied. Commerce
has not decided what to do about
the court's ruling, after nearly
Now, the County and ARPC
has come to agreement with Raf-
field to settle, which may spur
Commerce to follow suit.
TO DEED FREEZER
In the agreement, Raffield will
deed their giant freezer building
(See RAFFIELD on Page 3)
MFC Eyes Declining Scallop Population In Local Bay
Making A Proposal to Cabinet to Close Florida Waters for A One Year Period to Assist Rejuvenation; Hearing Set
The Florida Marine Fisheries prompted by "too many folks de- the year's sabbatical on harvest- mently to the year of harvest
Commission has zeroed in on St. scending on the scallop beds to Public hearing tentatively set for Friday, April 8, at ing. Starting the season in mid- ban. "I am going to be gathering
Joseph Bay and the entire Pan- harvest them." He especially 8:30 a.m. at Environmental Building in Tallahassee. July and perhaps shortening it all the information about scallops
handle of Florida, from Cedar Key called attention to the virtual uiing some is being considered, also, and be at the hearing on April 8,
to Fort Walton Beach, airing a flood of people who converge on with some lesser possession lim- representing the Chamber," she
concern over the diminishing the few hot-beds of scallops left in lops are becoming more scarce Port St. Joe officials are ex- its. Possession limits now allow a said. "I would like to have all the
scallop population the area on the July 4 week end. with' each season. The FMF pected to oppose the complete person to have a five-gallon buck- input to the matter, locally, that I
The Commission is particu- Local officials, here, and commer- spokesman says the bay scallops moratorium here in St. Joseph et full of scallops in the shell, can get to present to the Fisheries
larlT aiming at St. 'Joseph Bay cial fishermen as well, recognize have already disappeared south Bay, because of the attraction the Commission."
where scalloping has become a the popular shell fish are not of Crystal River. "They once were .shell fish have to tourists. The DEEP SEA SCALLOPS In the past, seasons set on
popular summer activity and is large enough to harvest at this plentiful from West Palm Beach FMF is also considering a shorter NOT AFFECTED scallops by the Gulf County Com-
attracing vsiors from a 300 time, but are expected to oppose to Pensacola," he said. season, if they are unable to get There will be no attempt to mission, with the approval of the
attracting stors from a300-limit the taking of deep sea, or i in earol
mile radius to harvest the popu- the pending action because they limit the taking of deep sea, or Florida Marine Patrol and Cabi-
lar shell fish. The seafood delica- are plentiful and large size by Au- ALABcalico, scallops,which is present- net, have historically met with
u thas boe sopopula be ALABAMA ly in the middle of the harvest emotional sessions in the past
cy has become so popular bechlesinger says his orga season and large amounts are be- There is no reason to think this
cause of its availability, and Schlesinger says his organi- Ing taken each day. The deep sea episode, which features a year of
popularity as a family activity, zation is planning a public 10 GEORGIA scallops are a migrant shellfish closure for the bay, will be any
Scallops can be picked up off the hearing, in. Tallahassee, on and don't seem to be diminishing, different.
bay bottom in as little as a foot of April 8, "which should allow us Fort in spite of the heavy pressure be-
water. to present the idea to the Cabi- Walto Beach Tllahassee ing put on them. heavy pressure be- The Marine Fisheries Com-
-The Marine Fisheries Com- net and allow it to become ef- ing put on them. mission blames the apparent de-
mission is tentatively proposing a fective before the season opens SS-- .The bay scallops are also a cline of the scallops on over-
closing of the scallop-taking sea- in July." an 98 migratory species, according to harvesting. They propose that the
son for at least a year, to allow Schlesinger says the sasonCity observers locally, but not the ex- moratorium will allow them to re-
them to regenerate in the bays moratoi1 is schedulthe sson Gulf of tent of the deep sea variety, cover and be plentiful once again.
and shallow waters found along the bay scallops. Scallops in any MBXCO Tamara Laine, executive di- 'This problem has been a
the Panhandle shoreline. The sea- number are mostly found in Prt St. Joe rector of the Chamber of Com- long time developing," said Schle-
son is now' open from July 1 to Steinhatchee, Crystal River and / merce, said local tourist-driven singer. "It's going to take a long
March 31. at Port St. Joe, with the bay in Scallop bedS businesses such as motels, res- time to cure it." Port St. Joe inter-
Lee Schlesinger,. a spokes- Port St. Joe being the most prolif- in St. Joseph Bay taurants, service stations, have ests are expected to say, "We
man for the Marine Fisheries ic. He said that even after the im- all learned of this situation early have no problem here, so leave us
Commission, says the action is position of seasons, the bay sca'- and are expected to object vehe- alone!"
I ~ I
SAG THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1994
Spare the Rod!
THE CURRENT SESSION of the Florida Legislature has beer
billed as a session which will not rock the boat. They will spend
their obligatory time- in Tallahassee, passing laws to publicly ob-
ject to crime, require every student in school to become a genius
and talk about the various and sundry problems which face the
state- of Florida and then get to the real meal of the coconut ...
adjourning early so they can all get busy campaigning for re-
There was no intention of introducing any controversial legis-
lation in the current session, so as not to make any of their con-
stituents mad. Let's keep everybody happy. A happy constituen-,
cy is a contented constituency.
That was the intent until last week, when things began to get
sticky. Our correspondent in Tallahassee, Jack Harper, a report-
er of the old "snoop the facts out" school, has been writing the
last few weeks about the forthcoming sound of the shot heard
throughout Florida. Harper told us it was too good to last.
A COMMITTEE OF THE legislature has stirred up the hack-
les of parents all over the state of Florida by approving a bill, to-
* be introduced to the session, which would do away with corporal
punishment in Florida schools. If you have trouble reading legis-
lative bill, language, the words, "corporal punishment" means,
teachers will no longer be allowed to whip the britches of the lit-
On the next page,' there was an article in the samevnewspa-
per, carrying the news about banning the board, which pounded
the table over teen age crime and violence in schools. One legis-
lator pontificated, 'Why all the fuss over corporal punishment.
*We have had it for these many years and we still have crime in
The same could be said for adult crime. Why build prisons;
"we have had prisons for these many years and we still have
One uses prisons as a hammer over the head of criminals.
One also uses corporal punishment to encourage students to act
like little ladies and gentlemen.
Sparing the rod in Florida schools should send the kids the
word that we really mean business in our efforts to curb juvenile
disturbances... Yeah! !
WHERE IS ALL THIS government money coming from which
is being thrown about all over Gulf County and Mexico Beach of
late? We were under the impression the government was broke
and such financing of local wishes was fast becoming a dying di-
We're not exactly objecting to the largess which is coming
our way, but we can't help but wonder how this could be, when
we fought -for such funds on things we really needed for many
years, only to be told. "The people of Gulf County make too
much money for us to give you any."
Actually, we were a little proud of that situation. We didn't
have the minions of people living on the streets here. Practically
everybody had a job. a roof over their head. food for their stom-
achs and clothes to cover their backside. We could get no hous-
ing money because the per' capital income here was too large to
qualify for the government hand outs. ...
IF THAT WERE SO, then where is it coming from now? In
just two weeks, Gulf county and Mexico Beach communities
have been the recipient of four sizeable grants. This is in addi-
tion to the quarter million dollar grant we are just now spending
the final dollar of here in Port St. Joe. This was to rehab houses
our elder citizens are trying to live in comfortably.
Within the past two weeks Wewahitchka has received
f$75,000 in funds for a park. Port St. Joe has received $75,000
for a park and a promise of about $250.000 to purchase proper-
,ty for another. Mexico Beach has received approval of a grant for
$50.000 to be spent upgrading a fine park they already have-
also financed by grants.
All these gifts come on the heels of grants received in the
county to install sewer and water in marginal revenue areas in
Wewahitchka: money to put a water system in White City; mon-
ey for a water system at the Beaches. It's true the Beaches and
White City must repay a portion of the money they received for
hnancing, but they each received a sizeable portion which they
Svill not have to repay.
IT'S TRUE SOME PLACE else would get this money if we
didn't. It's true, we deserve the parks and facilities this money
will buy just as much as Walla Walla. Washington. We pay our
taxes, too! The only question we are asking is: Where is all this
money coming from so suddenly?
I remember the first time 1I
heard the term 'Winter Olymn-
pics". We. were back up on that
hill behind Everett's Lake. Lebn,
Jackie, and Nicky Joe. the older
guys, were discussing some place
they couldn't really pronounce in
Italy where all these great ath-
letes from around the world had
gathered to compete In the winter -
"What kind of games, Leon?"
Well, I'll have to admit right here.,
that probably wasn't the most in-
telligent question I've ever asked.
All I can say in my defense is I1
was 1956 and I hadn't turned ten
yet. And the cold winter air of late
January had slowed my brain
You can't imagine what a
mind like Leon's can do with'a
question like that .
"Oh Kes, they have all kinds
of contests; skiing, skating, bob-
bunker Down with Kes
by Kesley Colbert..
Are You Sure Olaf
Done It This A'way?
'"Catapulting?" was I going
Down, hook, line, and sinker, or
what? "Leon, I've never heard of
"Aw, It's been around for
years.- That Swedish guy used to
win it every time .. what is his,
Same, Olar. .Omar .. .Olaf. ."
Here, he turns and looks at
Nicky Joe. who without even a;
hint of hesitation says. Swensen-
hieur, Olaf Swensenhieur. I read
he's favored to take the gold
again this year."
"How 7-do you play?" This
couldn't 'a been any fun for those
guys. I was too easy.
"Well, first thing is you've got
to find the right tree."' Leon is
. searching the woods as he speaks
and I promise you, he looks dead
serious. "Of course, at the Olym-
plcs, they start 'working' their
trees as soon as the site is
"Yeah. they'll get the trees
they want," I knew better than to
Sever believe anything Nicky Joe
said. That's easy to see, now,
"and then they clear out some of
the others for a landing zone."
"Kes. don't you know .any-
thing?" Well, naturally I'm feeling
pretty dumb by now ....
"Here's one that might work."
The guys gathered around a very
average looking pine tree that I
guessed to be about eighteen,
maybe twenty feet tall. They stud-
ied on that thing pretty hard,
walked around it a couple of
times, sho6k it, backed off and
"Who's going to ride?" '
"I dunno. Olaf is a pretty
There's no question, the
"A smaller guy could catapult
right over those thorn bushes
and land in that clearing." Leon
ran around the bushes and be-
gan to pile up what little snow
"Leon. what are you-"
"I'm making you a landing
'Yeah, you're 'going to love
this. Jackie and 'Nick are too
heavy for good lift: besides, I'm
not going to let them get ahead of
you on this one."
"Leon, it's forty feet from here
to that tree" 'I still didn't under-
stand this catapult game, but I
was beginning to doubt-,
"Yeah, it's not all that, far.
But I don't want to take any
chances until you get the feel of
it. I ve got to watch out for you!"
Nicky Joe climbed about
three-fourths of the way up "the
just about right tree" and rode it
down toward us. Leon and Jackie
quickly grabbed the top and
pulled it all the way to the ground
opposite the "landing zone".
'Hop on. Kes, we'll count to
three and let go, try to land where
we piled up the snow ....
"Don't worry. young guys in
Norway and Sweden start practic-
(See KESLEY Page 3)
A Pioneer Panhandle Editor HaS Reached the 30" In
WALLACE FINDLAY DIED
the other day. I'm sure most of
you don't know Wallace Findlay,-
but if you came from up around;,
Blountstown like I think fully a:
quarter of, the people in and
around Port St. Joe did, you
should know of Wallace Findlay.
Wallace was the owner and.
editor of The Calhoun. County'
Record 42 years ago, when I first
took over The Star and has been.
writing his Musings column ever
since; up to as recent as. two,
I had a lot of respect for Wal-
lade. He could sit down and flu1
ip' all the space he needed to fill.
even if he didn't have a subject to
write about. And it seemed so
easy for him. There was never a
week went by but what he had
his column written and in the
paper. The subject was always in-
teresting and the words always fit
the space he had to fill. I never
read his column when it ran over
By Wesley Ramsey
to the next page because he
couldn't get said what he needed
to say on the editorial 'page. Nor
did. I ever see a filler on the edito-
rial page, which would be a good
. sign he had run out of words.
I NEVER RAN INTO Wallace
but what he failed to suggest that
all the editors in the Panhandle
should get together for a social
visit and get to know one another
better. We 'all knew each other,
but it was usually from writings
and looking for advice rather
than due to social mingling.
We never got together for that
I suppose it was because we
were all so tied down ,by our
small, town weekly papers we
didn't have the opportunity to all
get out of town at the same town.
If the editor of a small town week-
ly doesn't get to the happening, it
doesn't get covered. If it doesn't
get covered, he doesn't get the
news .unless he scrounges and
scrounging takes time.
For whatever the reason, we
never did get together, although I
feel as if I knew Wallace as if we
conversed with each other every
HE WAS A BIRD hunter who,
talked the activity as well as he.
did it. maybe lbetteri.
He kept quail dogs' and often
wrote of his favorite dog, which
died several years ago. Most of
out socializing together was done
on the dove fields of Calhoun
Wallace was a scholar and a
school teacher. He was just an
editor on the side, but he worked
at lt a long time.:
Several years, ago, he semi-
reUtred and sold his newspaper to
a young fellow by. the. name of
Robert Turner. Robert is a fine
fellow who has upgraded the
County Record 'into a top-notch
weekly newspaper. He kept the
editorial page open' for' Wallace
and. he would fill it. up every
week. Robert doesn't know how
lucky he has been for all these
years. For the small town editor,
the editorial page takes more
time, planning and searching for
timely subjects than' any other
page of the newspaper.
WALLACE WAS AN unusual
country editor In that he.was a.
liberal. ,Most of our, breed are con-
servative, even at. times, to a',
fault.:: We all believe in' keeping
your nose to the grindstone for ;
whatever you have. His father.
was a'doctor for many.years in:' -
Blountstowyh, so he had no. ex- .
cuse forIhis slightly liberal bent.'
,He-had a green thumb, of
sorts: because he : was always
writing about his'vegetable patch,
"down on South Pear Street", .
the size :'and fruit of' his tomato
plants, his pear trees and. the
beets. Only Wallace would spend
HE WAS ONE OF the last of
his breed among the Panhandle
There was a time when the
papers of the Panhandle had
Earl Sellers over at Chipley, Tom
Leonaid in Milton, Orren Smith
in Bonifay, 'The Marine in Dea-'"
niak Springs, Japk Dudley in Ha-
vana, T. C. Merchant at Monticel-
lo, Tommy Green [another liberal] .,
at Madison, Harry Sawyer in Apa-
lachicola, all struggling to get the
paper out every week. ,, '-,
'.Now there is just my brother":,
'Will. Ed' Bandjough "andn myself
left with a track. record 'of more
than 20 years at the nmast[head]:
-in the entire Panhandle,, ,
L- w wrote last week about
throwing 9ut many memories -
here at The Star; now the ranks
are dwindling' of those ,who once
knew-how much like giving birth
to a human baby giving birth to a
new edition each and every week
WE CAN NOW write "30" to
the long, fruitful and eventful life
of a valued member of the "fourth
estate". I'm sure he would say, in
a few hundred words or so, "It-
has been fun. If I had it to do over
again I wouldn't.change a thing."
St. Jose ph Bay
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Well, the Florida Citrus Commission made a bad mistake. They
have done something that may cost them millions of dollars in legal
fees, not to mention some of the members their jobs. Have you read
The commission.up and hired Rush Limbaugh, the noted radio
and TV personality who is as Republican and right-wing as Jesse
Jackson is Democrat and left-wing, to promote and sell Florida
orange juice. And they did it before they checked with National Or-
ganization for Women (NOW), the NAACP, Gov. Lawton Chiles, sev-
eral gay rights groups, the Save the Rodent Society, the organiza-
tion to Prevent Deer Hunting in the World, the National Suicide
Association, Larry King,, Dr. Dean Edell, Jane Fonda or his wife,
Ted Turner, and I'm not sure they even contacted the KKK.
Yes, they didi Reports I read indicate that the Florida Citrus
Commission, composed of 12 members (11 of them white men, one
article pointed out) actually had the. gall not to consult one of the
aforementioned persons or organizations before they signed a con-
tract for advertising Florida orange juice with Rush.
Of all the gall!
Well, they won't get away with it, that's for sure. Governor
Chiles has already promised to appoint two women to the board in
June of this year, and if I know anything about politics, there will
be several other appointments; probably a couple of gays, two or
three blacks, and a Russian or two on the board before this thing is
through.. (I wonder how 11 white men got on the board in the first
place, and I wonder what, the 12th member is as far as race, sex,
Siobhan McLaughlin, head of the state chapter of the National
Organization for Women; is not about, to sit back andtake this
without a fight. "We never would have ended up with somebody like
Rush Limbaugh if the board reflected the diversity of the state," she
exclaimed as she poured a glass of orange juice on a fire in protest.
"We are very offended."
They really are. As a matter of fact, they called a national meet-
ing of the NOW organization for this past weekend to discuss how
to best express NOWs outrage. That report came from Siobhan her-
self. (I assume Siobhan is a woman, and she may be the 12th mem-
ber of the FCC for all I know.) : '
The NAACP wasn't far behind NOW. "It is totally unbelievable
that the Citrus Commission could possibly be so insensitive as to
choose a'person of such extreme views td represent the chief prod-
uct of this state and by inference the state itself," the Florida State
Conference of Branches of that organization said in a statement.
Arcadia citrus grower Joe Smith said farmers in his area
planned to buy as much juice as possible to display support for the
commission decision. "All we want to do is sell orange juice, and
people have made this into something that is political.' Smith said.
There seems to be fire on both sides of the fence
Personally. I don't drink a lot of orange juice and it's Ivery sel-
dom that I listen to Rush Limbaugh or watch his TV show, although
I have liked a lot of what he has said when I did. But I'm going to
start doing a lot more of both.
Orange juice burns my stomach, but it must be good for me.
And Rush Limbaugh must be saying a lot of things I agree with if
all those people are upset about his pitching orange juice.
I wonder why Ross Perot isn t in on this.
the hospital for a month. He treatment is projected at over
would undergo outpatient treat- $250,000.
ment for another month. The cost FRIENDS OF TERRY
of the transplant and related A group of classmates of Ter-
Sry, class of '69 of Port St. Joe
High School, along with other
friends, have formed a support
K Igroup called "Friends of Terry".
i e' L VThroughout the coming months
they will be involved in various
from Page 2 fund raising events.
ing for these games when they're A barbecue chicken dinner is
about three years old." being planned at the First 'Union
About the time they let go I Park on March 12, from 11 a.m.
got to thinking there's a lot more to 1:00 p.m. For a $5.00 donation
snow in Norway and Sweden this you will receive 1/2 barbecued
time of year than there is up on chicken, baked beans, cole slaw
this hillside behind Everett's ,and tea. Tickets are available
Lake. I hung on to that tree for from Teedy Nobles, 229-6706,
dear life. The trunk and top Willie Ramsey, 229-6343. Mike
branches like to have beat me to Burketl, 229-6412, or at The
death as we swished back and 'id Star. 308 Williams Avenue.
forth across the.gray.sky.t,.. .... --1'.- -Other .-- -events --will be
"Kes. you idiot! You can't be ':announced in the near future.
like Olaf if you don't let go." Anyone wishing to make
'We're trying for the olympic y
'You chicken?" ."
Nicky Joe- climbed back up
and pulled me and tree back to
'The first throw is always
best." Leon didn't try to hide his
disappointment. 'The tree limbers
up a little each time you pull it
over-loses a little spring. Let go
this time!" .
Folks, they launched me. I HOM
flew over the thorn bushes. I flew
over the landing zone. If I hadn't
a' hit the oak tree I think I could
have made it all the way to the
When I came to, Leon was
patting my face. "Don't tell Moth-
er, whatever you do, don't tell
Bless his heart, he spent half
our growing-up days begging nmie
not to tell Mother something!
It was my first and last Olym-
pics as a participant.
- But I couldn't wait 'til the
i960 games at Squaw Valley. Me
and Yogi and Ricky Gene took my
little brother up ,on the hill be-
hind Everett's Lake. "Dave, let me
tell you about a little guy, 'bout
your size, from Sweden named
Olaf Swensenhieur .... "
'(Continued from Page 1)
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U.S. congressman Pete Peter-
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that Ken Davis, a representative
from his Panama City district of- .
flce, will visit Port St. Joe to. meet
with constituents from 3:30-4:30
p.m. EST on Monday, Feb. 28, in
the Gulf County Commission
Meeting Room at the Gulf County
Peterson said Davis, who will
be visiting Gulf County monthly.
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to residents with questions and'
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Attention all former Girl
Scouts in the Apalachee Bend
area! When you were in Girl
Scouts, did you earn the Golden
Eaglet, the Curved Bar, First
Class or the Gold Award? If you
did then the Girl Scouts Council
of the Apalachee Bend is looking
At the recent Girl Scout Na-
tional Council Session in Minne-
apolis, Minnesota, the Girl Scout
Gold Award Alliance was created,
This alliance is for those who
have earned the Golden Eaglet,
the Curved Bar, First Class of the
Gold Award to increase support
to current Girl Scouts in earning
the Girl Scout Award and en-
hancing overall recognition of the
award. These awards are the
highest awards a girl can earn in
Girl Scouting. They symbolize
outstanding accomplishments in
the area of leadership, communi-
ty service, career planning, and
If you've earned one of these
awards while in Girl. Scouting,
please contact Rachel Smith at
the Girl Scout Council of the Ap-
alachee Bend office at 386-2131
Saturday, March 12, marks
the 82nd anniversary of Girl-
Scouts of the U.S.A., the largest
volunteer organization for girls.
Back in 1912, Juliette Gordon
Low announced to her friend in
Savannah, GA,, "I have something
for the girls of Savannah and all
America and all the world and
we're going to start it tonight!"
(from Page 1)
over to Gulf County, and lease
the building back for a period of
five years, with an option to buy
at, the end of the lease period.
Gulf County will receive half the
lease payments with ARPC receiv-
ing the other half. The funds will
be available for loan to other
firins wishing to expand in the fu-
ture, since this' what the money
was ear-marked .for in -:the first
Raffield has also offered to
settle with the government, by
paying them off, in full, with the
proceeds from their insurance
coverage. o ,
County attorney Pat Floyd
says he thinks the government
will settle, in light of the agree-
-..ment, between Raffield and the
Floyd said the agreement is
to be signed' by both parties Fri-
i l 7 ly occupied by the Max Kilbourn family and
i cially Opened later sold to the Tappers, who lived there
for many years. Shown participating in the
Dr. Owen Oksanen officially opened his ribbon cutting are: Tonya Nixon, Chamber
offices in the restored 'Tapper House" at president; Ida Ethel, who lived in the home
the corner of Monument Avenue and Eighth as a child; Suzanne Wood, Barbara Lee,
Street Thursday afternoon, with 'a ribbon Jenny Oksanen, who cut the ribbon, Barba-
cutting ceremony. Dr. Oksanen have com- ra Oksanen, Dr. Owen Oksanen and Windolf
pletely restored the old residence, original- Reinhard. who renovated the home.
PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1994
Chosen In Wewa
The 1994 Miss Valentine pa-
geant was held on February 12 in
the Wewahitchka Elementary
School Commons area.
The 46 contestants were
beautiful on the stage with a
background of the "Enchanted
Forest of Heart Trees" designed
by Sue Abreu.
Valentine Queens competed
in beauty and on answering ques-
tions on stage. Kindergarten -
second winners were Queen
Courtney Wood, 1st alternate
Lindsey Miller, 2nd alternate
Krystal Norris, 3rd alternate Can-
dace Little, and' 4th alternate Jill
:Third fourth grades: Queen
Jana Traylor, 1st alternate Megan
Morris, 2nd alternate Christina
Ward, 3rd alternate Candise
Burke, and 4th alternate Chante
Fifth sixth grades: Queen
Nicole Williamson, 2nd alternate
Jessica Cole, 3rd alternate Heidi
Wiley, and 4th alternate Hope Mi-
The Miss Gulf County Sweet-
heart Queen pageant is open to
all girls in Gulf County that are
enrolled and attending high
school between 13-19 years of
age. The teen division is the only
division open to all of Gulf
County. The Sweetheart Queen.
for 1994 is Miranda Harvey; 1st
alternate Kelley Waters, 2nd al-
ternate Jennifer Lassiter, and 3rd
alternate Keisa Pickron.
Mandy Fernandez was Mis-
tress of Ceremonies. Tracey Davis
asked each of the contestants an
onstage personality question and
entertained the audience with her
rendition of How Great Thou Art
and a poem entitled ...And The
The program came to a close
with final walks and farewell ad-
dresses given by the former
queens for 1993-Little Miss
Sweetheart Kelli Jackson, Little
Miss Valentine Jamie Cain, Teen
Sweetheart Crystal Gaskin, and
Miss Gulf County Sweetheart
The pageant was sponsored
and presented by Gulf County
Senior Citizens, Inc., and Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School. The
pageant was directed by Sandra
There will be a birthday cele-
bration held in honor of Irene
Connell, Mamie Hawkins, and
Myrtle Rogers on Saturday,
March 12, at the Wewahitchka
First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall from 2-5 p.m. CT.
All .friends arid relatives are
invited to attend..
L -- ..: -
'-, / .- .
Christina Sims Dewayne Strader -
- Christina Sims and Dewayne
Strader would like to: announce
their engagement and upcoming
marriage. Christina is the daugh-.
ter of Charlotte Hightower of Port ''.,
St. Joe and Willis Sims of Talla-
hassee. She is the granddaughter
of Isabell McCall and the late
Frank McCall of Tallahassee.
Dewayne is the son of the
Look Who's One!
Davida Michele Odom turns,
one year old February 24th. Davi-
da's birthday was celebrated v.ith
a Minnie Mouse party, attended
with family and friends.
She is the daughter of Steve
and Kim Odom of Fayetteville,
NC; grandparents are Donald and
Donna Keith of Port St. Joe, Har-
ry Ludmun of Florala, AL, Tommy
and Karen Odom of St. Joe
Card of Thanks
Our sincerest thanks to Mr.
Rex Buzzett for opening up his
store during the middle of the
night to fill a prescription for our
infant daughter. Only in a 'place
like -Port St. Joe, Florida, could
that happen. .
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott
Beach, and the late Suzanne
'McFarland, of Port St..Joe.
Davida Michele Odom
Rev. Jack and Elenor Strader of
White .City. He is the grandson of
Charlie and Eva Wood of Wewa-
The ceremony will be held at
Oak Grove Assembly of Cod
Church on March 26 at 2:00 p.m.
All friends and family are invited
The winners of the Daughter
of the American Revolution Histo-
ry Month Essay Contest were
honored at the regular St. Joseph
Bay Chapter dinner meeting held
at the Port St. Joe Garden Center
on Wednesday, Feb. 16. This
year's topic, "Coming to America
inr Colonial Days: 1609-1776",
was excellently handled by the
winners, who both informed and
entertained their parents and the
DAR members with their creative
'The winners were: 5th grade,
Chad Goebert; 6th grade, Jessica
Summers; 7th grade. Bryan Goe-
bert; and 8th grade, Amanda Ha-
These deserving young people
received beautiful bronze medals
for their first place wins.
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
George Malone was selected
by the St. Joseph Chapter of the
Daughters ,of the American Revo-
lution as their nominee for the
American History Teacher of the.
Year. Malone was honored as a
special guest at the dinner meet-
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Mr. Malone was 'awarded a
certificate for his ..outstanding
qualifications. He is the pastor of
the Nazarene. Church and is the
history teacher at Faith Christian
Retired Educators Meet Tuesday
The Gulf County Retired Edu-
cators will meet Tuesday, March
1,. at I1:30 a.m. ETat Gulf Sands
Restaurant for lunch. The admin-
istrative staff of Marquis Home
health Serices will give a pro-.
gram entiLled Home Health Care
Services, which will be presented
by Jo Golson and Susan Thiel.
Visitors are invited to attend
the meeting and this informative
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row (L-R) Rev. George Malone, DAR History Teacher of the Year, Mazie Stone, Bryan Goebert, Chad Goe-
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1994 PAGE SA
Local Woman Publishes Seventh Novel
t ... ..1 1J -T T T~ f-- *l / -IClZ/ 1 7 1 -nn
Mickey Thompson Friedman's
seventh novel, Rptlde.was recent-
ly published by St. Martin's Press
and is now available at book-
Mickey's first novel, Hurri-
cane Season (1983), was set in
the small fictional town of Palmet-
to, located in northwest Florida
"on a comer of land that juts into
the Gulf of Mexico", with St.
Elmo's Island lying across the
bay. In Riptide, six novels later,
Mickey returns to the Florida
Panhandle when on page three Is-
abel Anders receives an unwant-
ed letter with a blurry gray post-
mark from St. Elmo, Floridal
Riptide has been chosen as a
1994 Book-of-the-Month Club al-
ternate selection. A British hard-
back edition will appear in the
near future. Also, the paperback
gnihts nave been sold to Harperi-
The author grew up in Port
St. Joe and is a 1962 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School. Later
she received a Master's degree in
English from Florida State Uni-
versity. She now lives with her
husband in New York City and is
a full time writer..
PersQns who have asked to be
notified when "Mickey's next mys-
tery Is published or anyone
wanting additional Information
concerning her publications are
asked to call her mother. Laura
eddie, [U(904) 227-1617.
Card of Thanks_
We wish to thank everyone
while I was in Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal. I have been in several others
but I can say they were the best,
food included. Thanks to Dr. P.V.
Poonai, United Methodist Church
for their visits, phone calls, cards,
and. prayers. A very special
thanks to Ruth Ramsey for taking
care of my wife and dog. May God
bless each and everyone.
Courtney Nicole Ward
Courtney Nicole Ward cele-
brated her fourth birthday on
February 12 with a 101 Dalma-
tions party. Helping Courtney cel-
ebrate her special day were Tre-
vor Burch, Austin Burke, Brennis
Bush, Samantha Fenaes, Canda
Machen, Bryce Nelson, Preston
Nobles, Ashton Norris, Zach Nor-
ris, Andrew. Taylor, Kristin Teat,
Aunt Sandy, Aunt Kathy, Great-
grandpa Yates, Great-granny
Ward, and Granny and Pawpaw
Courtney is the daughter of
Harley and Cindy Ward of Dal-
kelth, and granddaughter of Bud-
dy and Anita Ward of Port St. Joe
and Pat Barrett of Columbus, GA.
Girl Scout Troop 242 '.ill be
selling delicious Girl Scout Cook-
ies at the following booth loca-
Lions. If you have not purchased
or would like to purchase more.
come by one of these locations:
Friday. Feb. 25 Gulf Sands
Motel, St. Joe Beach (12 noon 1
pm ET). and Gulf Foods. Mexico
Beach (3 5 pm ET).
Saturday. Feb. 26 (9 am -
12 noon ET) Jr. Food Stores, St.
Joe Beach and Mexico Beach.
For more infonnation, con-
tact Bunny Miller, Service Unit
Cookie Chairperson, at 229-8819.
Codee and Dalton Richte
Codee is Six
Codee celebrated her s
birthday at Highland \
Church of God on Saturday. i
ruary 19. Among those hIell
Codee to celebrate were
brother, Dalton Richter, her fa
iy, and friends.
'Codee is' the' daughter
Michel and Jomila Richter. Sh
the granddaughter of Drema H
of Mexico Beach. Sharon Rich
of Highland V'iew, and Johr
Richter of Overstreet. Code
great-grandmother is Marie Sir
son.' to whom she would like
wish a speedy recovery to-
love you. Memaw.
Society To Me
The Genealogical 'Socie.
Bay County will hold its reg
monthly meeting Saliur
March '5, at 1 pm in the Mee
Room of the Downtown Libr
25 W. Government Street in 1
.Anyone who has an inte
in genealogy' is welcomed to j
!| whether a member of the soc
and/or Bay County resident
For, additional informal
call Nancy Roberts at 785-692
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PAGEt 6HA R, PORT ST. J OE,
Port St. Joe Elementary
School held their annual Spelling
Bee last week. Erica Alles, a sixth
grader in Judy Campbell's class,
spelled "allegory" to win the honor
of Port St. Joe Elementary School
Spelling Bee Champion. Bonnie
Belin, a fifth grader in Sharon
Watson's class, came in second
and will serve as Erica's alter-
nate. Erica will compete in the
Gulf, County Spelling Bee on
March 2 at Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School. Good luck, Erical
Louise Beard, RN, and Gall
Blackmon, RN, of health services
would like to thank Dr. Myron
Schrock and his assistants from
Wewa Medical Center for provid-
ing the dental screening for the
third grade and for speaking to
the first grade about the impor-
tance of dental care.
Registration for girl's softball
has been extended until Satur-
day, February 26, at the Athletic
House for ages 7-14.
The Bulldog Beat, our school
newspaper, will go on sale for 25
beginning Monday, February 28.
Spring pictures will be taken
on Tuesday, March 1. The money
raised will go to support your
P.T.A. So smile and say cheese!
Report cards will be sent
home on Thursday, March 3. If
you would like to schedule a par-
ent/teacher conference, please
Career Week Coloring &
Last year. our students par-
ticipated In Career Day sponsored
by the P.T.A. This year P.S.J. Ele-
mentary School will have Career
Week, April 11-15. To kick-off Ca-
reer Week our school: will have
coloring, writing and essay con-
tests to begin Monday, Feb. 28,
and end March 11.
Parents Make! the Difference
Kids who feel good about
themselves make smart deci-
sions. So boost your child's sense
of self-esteem with the, following
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
Reward your child. Give
praise, recognition, special privi-
leges. or increased responsibility
for a job well done. Emphasize
the good things she does, rather
than the bad.
Define household rules and
limits clearly-and enforce them.
But allow leeway within these
limits when appropriate.
Be a good role model. Let
your child know that you feel
good about yourself. Also, let her
see that you, too, can make mis-
takes and learn from them.
Available to Shop
Transportation services for a
monthly shopping trip are availa-
ble through Gulf County Trans-
portation. On the first Friday of
each month, transportation will
be provided to those individuals
who are transportation disadvan-
taged and need to go food shop-
ping, pay bills, etc. Services are
available in the Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe areas.
Over 218 projects were en-
tered in the 1994 edition of the
Wewa High School science fair,,
and over 60 awards were handed
out. Judges from Tyndall Air
Force Base, along with local area
judges, decided on. the winners
-the afternoon of Jan. 24. Don
Rich, the science fair coordinator,
stated that the overall quality of
the science fair was one of the
best ever, resulting in some very
difficult decisions by the judges
and a lot of nailbiting by compet-
The top finishers in the sen-
ior division are 1st place, Jessica
Webb--What Are High School Stu-
dents Eating?; 2nd place, Judith
Peer Pressure. and Sports Affect a
Teen's Decision to Smoke?, 3rd
place, Lori Layion-Right Brained
or Left Brained?.
Sr. division honorable men-
tion goes to Charles Cole, Ed
Sumner, Wendy Nelson, Christi-
na Dossett, Misty Loftin, Jason
Mooneyham, Mari Goodrich, and
Tammy Davis. -
The junior division top finish-
ers are: 1st place. Amy St. Clair-
IlToonshie from the Sun; 2nd
place, Jack Husband-
Hydroponics: 3rd place, ,Josh
Baxley-AMagic squares. Honora-
ble mention goes to Joseph Whit-
field, Jana Goodwin, and James
I Overall winners are 1st place,
Jessica Webb; 2nd place, Amy St.
Clair. and 3rd place. Jack Hus-;
Many of the projects will conm-
pete at the Regional Science Fair
The Gulf County District Ad-
visory Council will meet Monday.
February 28, at 5:30 pin El at
the Gulf County Libraiy. All,
members and interested persons
are invited to attend.
Mounting Valve Stem Sales Tax'
Computer Balancing Disposal Tax
City Pickup Fee
Bonnie Belin, left, runner-up and Eric Ailes, Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary spelling bee champion.
at Chipola Jr. College March 3-4.
Last year, Wewa students won
eleven awards at the regional lev-.
el.and Casey Kelly's project. Taste
Preference in Bass, placed third
at the State Science 'Fair.
Senior Division winners: left to right: Judith Birmingham, Jes-
sica Webb and Lori Layton.
Junior Division winners: left to right: Amy St. Clair, Josh Bax-
ley and Jack Husband.
A Modem Woodmen of Ameri-
ca Teen Service Club was institut-'
ed at an organizational party Feb-
ruary17 In Wewahitchka.
iMarvin L. Mathis of Ft. Wal-
ton Beach-a representative of
the fraternal life insurance socie-
ty, with home offices in Rock Is-
land, IL-is sponsoring the club.
Mathis said that it will be the
40th club in the state.
Vanessa ,Feltrop is the
group's teen club advisor. The
new teen club is part of Camp
16746 of Crawfordville.
Modern Woodmen Teen Ser-J-
vice Clubs for young members.
age 13 to 16 were begun in 1942'..
Club members learn about patri-,
otism, good citizenship, and the
joy of serving others through par-
ticipating in a variety of service-
oriented, educational, and recrea-
tional activities. Nearly 800 clubs
are active nationwide.
Modern Woodmen also spon-
sors educational and safety pro-
grams for thousands of children
in cities and towns coast to coast .-
Through these events, open to the.
entire community, Modem Wood-
men helps strengthen the bonds
between families and neighbors.
Modern Woodmen of America
is a fraternal life insurance socie-
ty headquartered in Rock Island,:
IL, serving 704,800 members na-;
On Friday, February 18, the
4th and 5th grade POPS students
provided an "Appreciation Party"
for the entire faculty and staff at
Highland View Elementary
School. The 4th grade made Val-
entine decorations and place-
mats, and the 5th grade students
provided the refreshments. The
party was appreciated by every-
The Gulf County 911 Com-
mittee will meet on March 2 at 3
p.m. ET in the County Commis-
sioners' Conference Room at the
Gulf County Courthouse. All com-
mittee members and the general
public are invited to attend.
An action taken by the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
Committee at the monthly meet-
ing on February 15, with R.
Wayne Childers, Chairman, is di-
rected to the young people of the
A committee was appointed
to explore into the formation of a
Young Democrats Program with
Carl White as chairman. The
committee will investigate just
how much interest the younger
generation has in the American
democratic process, and if suffi-
cient interest is exhibited, then
the Executive Committee will in-
augurate a program of education
to be known as the Young Demo-
crats of Gulf County.
The site for the March meet-
ing was changed from Port St.
Joe to Wewahitchka. where it will
be held on Tuesday March 15; at
the elementary school. The guest
speaker will be Jon Ausman, Vice
Chairman of the Florida Demo-
cratic Party. Ausman will conduct
a training session for the c9mmit-
tee members and explain the new
procedures that have been devel-
oped at the state level of opera-
The Committee selected eight
persons to attend the.1994 Legis-
lative Appreciation Party in Talla-
hassee on March 17.
Flora Maddox and Mildred
Marbury were declared to be Hon-
All fIrms of Insurance
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COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
322 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 229-8899
'"!- ', 4 ..
GULF COUNTY ARTISTS
The third annual St. Joseph Bay Art Exhibit is
scheduled for the week of May 9.
Artists who reside in Gulf County are invited to
display their art for the enjoyment of all of Gulf County.
If you are interested in exhibiting your work in this
show, contact the Chamber of Commerce for more
information at 227-1223,
There is no charge for exhibitors.
All art forms are encouraged to :be displayed
including Watercolors, Oils, Acrylics,: Drawings, Pen &
Ink, Pastels, Charcoal, Photography,: Quilt Makihg, Doll
Making, Wood Working, Sculpture, Etc.
Invitation to Comment on Proposed Missile Launches
The U.S. Army Space and Strategic ABAMA .
Defense Command will hold hearings to F)", A :- GEORGIA -
solicit comments from the public on the Atlantic
-FLORIDA :.- ccn
Draft Environmental Impact Statement / Panama City allahassee Occan
(DEIS) for the proposed Theater Missile Santa ,
Defense Extended Test Range. The DEIS Rosa ape San
analyzes the potential environmental Island as Orando
consequences of conducting missile \ Tampa o
program demonstration and operational '0\ T a
test flights and target intercepts along
proposed off-range missile flight path
extensions at four alternative test range Sea Launched
areas located within and outside the U.S. Targets
These tests would allow ground-based Gulf of Mexico Miam.l
missiles and sensors being developed by the
Department of Defense to be evaluated for /
their ability to detect and destroy hostile
theater missiles. One of the alternatives under consideration is to launch defensive missiles from
Eglin Air Force Base (AFB) on Santa Rosa Island and at Cape San Bias, for flights and intercepts of
sea-launched targets over the Gulf of Mexico, as shown on the map. Public hearings to receive
comments on the DEIS are scheduled to be held in this region at the following locations and times:
Ft. Walton Beach,
Port St. Joe,
1325 Miracle Strip Pkwy. E
County Commissioner's Meeting
Room, Gulf County Courthouse,
Individuals wanting to comment orally may sign up at the hearing. Written comments may be
brought to the hearing or sent to Mr. David Hasley, U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense
Command, CSSD-EN-V, P.O. Box 1500, Huntsville, AL 35807-3801, by March 28, 1994. To record
requests for further information, call toll free 1-800-603-3030. Written and oral comments will be
given the same consideration in preparing the Final EIS.
Young Democrat Club
Is Being Considered
Wewa High Science Fair
DR. STEPHEN GROSS
Intense Toe Pain
When a big toe suddenly
turns red, swells up and
becomes exceedingly pain-
ful, the likeliest explanation
is gout. This disorder re-
sults when excessive uric
acid accumulates in the
body and uric acid crystals
are deposited in and
around joints. Very often
this occurs in the big toe,
but sometimes in another
joint. For some, gout re-
sults from a diet that is
heavy in organ meats, but
there are other causes.
Gout affects men in
much greater numbers '
than women. The initial, ex-
tremely painful attack typi-
cally occurs during the
night. The pain is so in-
tense, a person needs no
prompting to see a podia-
trist for relief, Along with
an examination and a medi-
cal history, a laboratory
,test is employed for diagno-
`sis. Fluid from the affected
joint is analyzed for the
presence of tell-tale crystal
deposits. If gout is con-
firmed, medications can be
prescribed to relieve exist-
ing pain and to control the
condition against future
flare-ups. Without early
treatment, repeated gout at-
tacks can permanently
damage a joint.
Presented as a service
to the community by
Dr. Stephen Gross
orary Members of the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
TIGER CONSTRUCTION 2
Quality Work at A Great Price
528A Fifth Street
Port St. Joe. FL 32456
TH TR OTS.JO.F HRDY FB2,19 AE7
Voice of Democracy Winners
The John t. Gainous V.F.W.
,Post 10069 proudly announces
..,he local winners of the 1993 an-
fual Voice of Democracy speech
Wewahitchka High School-
1st place, Lori A. Layton (79%);
2nd place. Stacey Proctor (72%);
3rd place, John D. Chambliss
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received In the office
of the City. Clerk, 305 Fifth Street, Port SL-Joe,
Florida, until 4:30 p.m.. March 14. 1994. for
Plumbing Supplies for the City of Port SL Joe.
Florida. as outlined in the specificaUons pertaining
*. Specifications and bid documents may be
obtainedd from the City Clerks Office. 305 Fifth
SStreet. Port St. Joe Florida 32456. telephone 19041
229-8261. Monday through Friday. between 800
"aam and 500 pm Bids will be publicly opened
f and read at the Citry Commission Meeting. March
?'15. 1994. tn the City Commission Chambers, City
Hall. 305 Fifth Street. Port St Joe. Florida The
City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all
jids. or to select the Bid felt to be in the best inter
%Aest of the City
d/s/ Jim Maloy. MPA
^Publish: February 24, 1994.
NOTICE OF APPLICANT AND EMPLOYEES OF
S DRUG FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAM
Senior Care Properties Inc has established
a Drug Free Workplace Program This policy is im
plemented pursuant to Section .140 101 rIa Slat
et seq which provides Lhat an, errpluoee vho vto
lates any portion of the Drug Free Workplace Pro
4 gram forfeits all eligibility for workerss compensa.
tion medical and inder nity benefits under
Florida's Workers Compensation Act. Chapter I 10.
rFLSL (1991) Emprloees are prohibited Irom us.
S ing drugs including the non prescribed use of pre
i scripllon medicauont or, or off the emrploy-, s
F premises Lmployees are prohibited from drinking
,( t alcohol or being intoxicated while on the employ
er s premises Employees are also prohibited frorm
possessing or transporting Illegal drugs on Lec
S premises Emplo',ces ma, only transport akohol
onto employers premises if part of the employee s
Job resporsibillues PIossession oft paraphernalia
used in connection with the use of any drug i, ct.
jdence of violallon of this rule
Drugs mean alcohol. Including distilled spir
Its. wine, malt beverages and intoxicaung liquors.
ampreLarmines. c.rnrabinoids, cocaine. 111C11
phencyclidine. hallucinogens. methaqualone. opt
tales. barbiturates. ben/odia/epines. synthic c nar.
rcolics. designer drugs or metabolite of ar.) of these
,substances Non prescribed use of preEcripLion
,medication is also prohibited
Senior Care l'ruperties. Inc will require all
.applicants for emrrpla.vmerc and al existing employ.
ces. under certain circumsruces to be tested for
the preserve of drugs or alcohol, as part of this
company s policy prohibiting drug or alcohol use
An .:rr.pTh.yee not.r-,. the Drug Free Workplace lPro
grarr b, It inirg 0po inU a conlmr,'ed tsL i fur
drugs I.-l'u.aiJ Lo cooperate in ihe drug tesurng pro-
cedure is an independent violation of this rule and
actordirgly. ,ill be treated a. a p i .it.e :ori'irtred
test for drugs Upon consicuon for l.ibung any
state or I'ideral drug la,. each employee of this
comparn. is requirLd to notlif his or her iiminredaie
supfrvisLor of such ormuction wiu-tin nve |5i bu,s
ness days thereof Thli notifiCtioor, t drug conri_ '
tLon rcquirem..rt rpplines hL'her th cornnrii.Jn
rullcd I'romr .-r, duct perl'urTried thil- ir, tie
tOurse and s aope ao emrnlovmrent or wrle ouLtside
t e ours ard sicop: of erni,,lneran.i lmplo'r,
are rcuaired L, rr-porl uny drug reliled cnirrlihl
charge brought jaginst them. ah. hri'r the ri sult of
ir, du, ) I:,r olTfdu' c,:,nduat
Ay tiolaiior ot tolt rule 1I:1 r,._u-lt In di-ci,
pine up t arid ira ludir,g di-schartge nid possible
fI'url'elure ul" .ork, .r s ornp:rius(,n me-dical rnd
in.lhsriie3l ,' r-.er fi'lLt-"
Ihl rnin.- -. g ran nI .lttJAliu 28 19 i 1
Dru lit-unr iA-. t',-.r. GO dys al'lter U-ils dJeie oJ
IuliLI.h rLcLra- 2 I1. -fltI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEEN'I II
JUDICIAL CIRCUrr OF TIlE STA'iE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNlrI
Case No 93-328TCA
TYNDALL FEDEiAL CREDIT UNION,
JAMES J McDUFFIE and
MARGIE L McDt)FFIE, '"
husband and hMz. tn .
" NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN l-at the undersigned.
S Clrk of Lhe Circuit Court of Gulf Counry. F'londa,
pursuant to the Final Judgrment of Morigage Fore
closure entered in this Cause, vi]l sell at tihe NorLh
Door of the Cullf Couny Couri ouse in Gulf
County. Florida. at II 00 a m on the tf-st dal of
March, 1994, the following described real property
lying and beingin Gulf County. Florida, to-wit:
Commence at the Northwest comer of the
SW 1/4 of Section 32, Township 5 South,
Range 11 West, and extend a line souther-
ly along West line of said SW 1/4 for
2640.0 feet, thence 90 degrees left for
430.0 feet to the Point of Beginning thence
continue the last line described for 115.0
feet, then turn 90 degrees left for 180 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
111 THIS NOTICE dated this llth day of febru-
BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK
Gulf County Circuit Court
By: Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
Publish: February 17; 24, 1994.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
iSealed bids In duplicate will be received un-
til March 21. 1994, 1000 a inm Csr by the Depart-
ment of Health and ehabhibiliitie Ser.lces Gull
Court) Public Ileallh Unit. i'urt S. Jue Florlda. at
U. omficr oef the Architect. Ill IIw%) 22. Wewa
hllhka Hund., at wihkh time and place all InJs.
ill bc opencd pablih ly and read aloud for
Gulf Co..ry I lelth ClInik
o02 r'ourLh Suct
fort St Joe FIlonda
t'ine coruLacior shall furnish all labor. rmuLt.
riah and equipment. aind .hull be responsible for
the entire obrnmpleulur of this pruaect
Ilttns, speLinctuuns. and contraLI do.u-
rmenrts may be uispeclted at the office of the Arthi
tecL. SLate IRoad 22. Wew.ahitchka. Florida. and
may be procurrcd by General Contractors, upon a
deposit of S,1000 per set of plans and specillca-
tluns, of which $20.00 will be refunded to each
General Contractor who submits a bid. All docu.
ments must be returned in good condition within
ten 1101 days after the dale ol the opening of bids.
Cahl-er s check. cerunled check, or bid bond.
for not less than 5% of the amount of bid. must
accompany cach proposal
Performranre. labor and material bonds, and
worklnar,, ompernsauon insurance will be re-
quired of the successful bidder
Right is reserved to rejc.A any and all propo-
sals and ,A'lve technicalities
No bidder may Wthhdruw his bid for a period
of thirty (301 days after the date set for opening
James IM Cerosonlo. Jr IDO
GulfCountl, liblic lieulLh Unit
Port St. Joe. i lorida
Charles A Caskin. ARA
Wcw.ahi.chka,. I L 32405
uabltsh. February 21. March 3, 10. 1991.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-11
The BoDard of County Commls-sioners of Gulf
County. Flonda. will receive sealed bids from any
person. company. or corporation interested In sell-
ing the Cuuray the follomnng described personal
From any firm interested in contracl-
mig with Gulf County to provide quar
tr], Ground Water Sample Collection
.nd.i Smple Analysit for Lhe Gulf
Cuuntb Landfll. IIncluded Is one an-
nual gas mrigratlon InvestUgaUon
Specifications for Individual landfills.
number of lest sites. required report
dates. etc can be obtained from the
Gulf County Solid Waste Dept at
1901) 227-3696 A copy of the bid
specificaUons must accompany bid.
Dehli.cy date must be specified.
LIquidatid damages for failure to deliver.
unit oiI specified date will be set at $25 00 per
Please indicate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED DID. Lthe DID NUMDBE.. apd what the bid
- i- fo'- .- '
la~ ~tche fCle1 CCe .rk of the
CircultCourt. Gulf Cuunty Courth6ose. 1000'rifti
Street. I'or Sc. JUoe. F'lund. 32456 The Doard re-
sers-.s dhe right to reject ary rand all bids
BOARD( OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GuLl COUTN'IY. ILOIUDA
/s,. Warren J Ieager. Jr Chairman
Iublish. February 2 1. March 3. t99 I.
Port St. Joe High School--
1st, Deann Redmond (70.25%);
2nd, Tonya Carpenter (61%); 3rd,
Mellssa Anderson (58.25%).
Faith Christian School-Ist,
Gregory Capps (80.25%); 2nd, Ju-
lie Johnson (79.75%); 3rd, Chris-
tina Egler (76.75%).
The winners of the District 17
competition are: 1st, Gregory
Capps; 2nd. Julia Johnson; and
3rd,, Lori Layton.
Sought for HRS
HRS District 2's Health and
Human Services Board is looking
for a new imeinber. The nomiina-
lion and selection process to fill a
vacancy, created when a Board
member who was appointed by
the governor as an at-large repre-
sentative recently resigned, is
A Health and Human Service
Board was created in the area in
early 1 993 as part of the reorgan-
ization of the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Servic-
es. The Board was established to
increase local control over how
money is targeted and spent to
meet community needs.
The HRS District 2 Board in-
cludes residents from Bay. Gulf,
Franklin, Calhoun. Holmes,
Washington, Gadsden, Jackson,
Liberty. Leon, Jefferson. Wakulla,
Madison and Taylor counties. As
required by law, the Board mem-
bers represent this area's popula-
tion with respect to age, gender.
and ethnic background, and have
demonstrated an interest in meet-
ing the community's health and
human services needs.
Any resident of the 14
counties that have been named
may apply to fill the Board vacan-
cy. Applications will be reviewed
by a committee of persons select-
ed by the chief circuit judges,
school boards, county commis-
sions and governor. The commit-
tee will then recommend .three
candidates to Governor Chiles to
make a selection.
Persons who have previously
applied for Board membership
need not reapply. Applications
should be received by April 4. For
more information on how to apply
for board membership, contact
Imna Brown at (904) 488-0569.
1, Angie Middleton,
am no longer responsible
f6Diaii 14 d eton's
bills of any kind, from
this day, Feb. 24, 1994,
Malachi McCullough, '83, of
Port St. Joe, passed away Friday
night in Bay Medical Center fol-
lowing a long illness. A native of
Frink, he had lived in Port St. Joe
for most of his life, and- was re-
tired from St. Joe Forest Products
Survivors include his wife,
Margaret Elease McCullough of
Port St. Joe; a daughter, Gloria
McCullough of Pensacola; three
grandchildren, Marjorie Peters of
Port St. Joe. Audrey Croom of
Port St. Joe. and Victoria Russell
of Fayettetille. NC: also, a host of
great-grandchildren. nieces, and
W. L. Richter
W. I.. "Jack" Richter. 70. of
White Cily. passed away Monday
afternoon in Gull" Pines Hospital.
following a lingering illness. He
had been a resident of Highland
View from 1948 until moving to
%White City five years ago. He was
retired from St. Joe Forest Prod-
ucts Company and was a member
of Highland View Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife. \
Lorine Richter of White City; a
daughter, Louise Richards of Val-
'dosta, GA; two sons, Bo Richter
of Donalsonville. GA. and Johnny
Richter of Overstreet; a step-
daughter. Jennifer Holley of Talla-
hassee; a step-son. Tim Kennedy
of Port St. Joe: eight grandchil-
dren: three great-grandchildren:
.and two sisters, Doris Christmas
of Highland View and Reefer Petty
of Port St. Joe.
The funeral service was" held
at- 2:00 p.m. EST Wednesday at
the Highland View Baptist
Church, conducted by the Re'v.
Jimmy Clark. Interment followed
in the family plot in Holly Hill Ce-
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
Arthur B. North
Arthur B. North, 28. of Dal-
las, TX, passed away Monday,
February 21, in Dallas. He had
resided in Gulf County since
1974, attended Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School. and graduated
from Port St. Joe High School. He
was a member of First Born
Church of the Living God.
Thompson Temple, of Port St.
Joe. where he joined at an early
"*. Survivors include his mother,
,; ille- aI k;,his sister, Felcla
'North; his grandmother. Addie M.
Kerr; his daughter, Latrivia
North; four sons. Deshon North.
Chester North. Eric North. and
Pieree North: and many aunts.
uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews.
Funeral services are incom-
plete and will be announced later.
All services are under the di-
rection of the Comforter Funeral
A Youth Take Priority Talent
Show will be held on Thursday.
Feb. 24. at the Washington Recre-
ation Center. The Show will be in
honor of Black History Month, be-
ginning at 6:30 p.m. Admission is
free. For more information, con-
tact sponsors Bonita Robinson or
The funeral will be held at
2:00 p.m. EST Thursday at the
Zion. Fair Baptist Church. Inter-
ment will follow in Forest Hill Ce-
All services are under the di-
rection of the Comforter Funeral
The parents of 1994 seniors
of Port St. Joe High School have
kicked their planning of Project
Graduation into ,high gear, with
individual committees meeting
each week. This Monday eveniing
they will meet in joint session at
7:00 p.m. in the media center of
the high school .
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. FEB.,24. 1994
PAGE 8A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1994
Ranked #3 In State
Sharks Advance To Regionals
The Sharks all took to the
court Saturday night, in the Dis-
trict 3 basketball finals, with
shaved heads, determined to win
the District championship finals.
All the players, except John
Bryant and Jermaine Larry had
the cue-ball look and even they
didn't have much more than a
"five o'clock shadow" covering
their chrome domes.
If the head shaving was de-
signed for speed, it worked!. The
Gladiators indicated from the tip-
off they wanted to run the Sharks
Into the ground, so the Sharks
obliged and proceeded to run the
Gladiators into the ground, steal
the ball from dribblers, intercept
rocket passes cross court and.
poured a deadly salvo at the bas-
ket from three-point territory.
When the smoke cleared the
Sharks had won the District
The game started off with the
Sharks sinking a two point bas-,-
ket and they never relinquished
the lead the entire game. Even
though Havana made a respecta-
ble game out of the contest in the
first half. The Sharks, using their'
entire team, on a rotation basis,,.
surged ahead with a 26-8 third
quarter to put the game out of
reach of the Gladiators. The
Sharks had a 31-22 lead at half
time and at one time in the game,
had a 30 point lead over the visi-
Damon Walker led the Shark
scoring with his 14 points-nine
coming from three-point goals.
Des Baxter had 13 and Kendrick
Addison added 10. Brian Davis
led Havana, barely getting into
the double figures, with 10.
Addison added two three-
pointers and Chad Quinn had
Score by quarters:
St. Joe 16 15 26 17-74
Havana 10 12 8 13-43
ST. JOE-M. Larry 3-1-7, Ad-
dison 4-0-10, Adkison 1-0-2,
Walker 5-1-14, Quinn 3-0-7, C.
Williams. 0-2-2, Baxter 6-1-13,
Bryant 3-2-9, J. Larry 0-0-0,
Crosby 4-0-8, R. Williams 1-1-3.
Robinson 3-0-7, Davis 5-0-10,
Richardson 0-3-3, Hatcher 1-0-2,
Harris 2-0-4, James 1-0-3, Peter-
son 1-2-4,; Hall 2-0-4, Holton 1-0-
2, Brundidge 0-1-1.
PORT ST. JOE, 65
FLORIDA HIGH,. 57
Despite what Coach Vern Ep-
pinette termed "an offense which
wasn't real good", what the crowd
determined was an "overactive
referee" and Florida High's "dead-
eye" three-point shooter from the
2:00 position of the circle, David
Ross, the Sharks prevailed Tues-
day night and advanced a notch
in the state play-offs, with a win
. over Florida High.
The Sharks advanced in state
rankings this week, too, moving
up to the number three position
in state standings.
The 65-57 victory advances
the team to the Regional semifi-
nals against Chipley in the Gulf
Coast Community College gymna-
sium Friday night. Game time
was still unknown at press time..
In Tuesday night's game, the
Sharks may have "been a littlI
off' offensively, according to
Coach Eppinette, but their de-
fense was chugging along on all
five burners. Des Baxter wasn't
exactly loafing on the job, either,
as he "racked up 30 points, to
lead the Shark scoring. Half his
points came from three-point
goals. He made five. Chad .Quinn
and Damon Walker each added
two. Jerel Seamon led the Semi-.
noles with his 21 points.
But the defensive show stars
belonged to Mario and Jermaine
Larry, who continually picked the
Seminoles' pockets and handled
the ball upcourt for the .quick-
/ The home team was trailing
by one to three points up ,to half-
'time. As the buzzer approached
four seconds, the Sharks were in-
bounding the ball 'and John;
Bryant took the ball and sped up-
court, out-running both teams,
and nailed a lay-up as the buzzer-
sounded to give the Sharks a
one-point margin at half-time.
.Then, when play resumed,
Des Baxter started the third peri-
od by sinking a three-pointer, to
up the margin to four and the
Sharks were never behind again.
Score by quarters:
St. Joe 13 13 19 20-65
Fla. High 11 14 13 19-57
ST. JOE-Larry 2-2-6, Addi-
son 3-0-6, Walker 2-0-6, Quinn
2-0-6, Baxter 11-3-30, Bryant 2-
1-5, Crosby 2-2-6.
FLA. HI-Ross 5-3-17, Cox
3-0-9, Seamon 8-5-21, Vann Oss
2-1-5, Speights 0-0-0, Revell 1-2-
The Sharks will be in-
volved in the Regional
semifinal play-offs, begin-
ning tomorrow night, Fri-
day, February 25, in the
Gulf Coast Community
The- team will be in-
volved in the champion-
ship play with Chipley,
Vernon and Monticello.
The Sharks will tangle
with the Chipley Tigers
Friday night, in the sec-
ond game of the evening,
at 9:00 p.m., Port St. Joe
The two winners will
play Saturday night, for
the Regional title at 8:30,
EST. The winner advances
to the state "Final Four"
play-offs Wednesday in
Tallahassee, playing at ei-
ther 9:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m.
The state champion-
ship game will be in Talla-
hassee Friday with a ten-
tative time set for 5:30 p.m.
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The Lady Sharks will have
their inaugural into the ranks of
fast-pitch softball this Saturday
as they host a doubleheader
against Mosley at 2:00 p.m. State-
wide high schools are moving into
the arena of fast-pitch softball,
making the transition from slow
Part of the reason for the
switch according to Coach Martin
Adkison, on the collegiate level
fast-pitch is the form of softball
played. Many young girls from
across the state are unable to
take advantage of scholarships on
the university level because of
their unfamiliarity with this form
of the game.
.The Lady Sharks will appre-
ciate the support of the communi-
ty. Plan a trip to the ballpark Sat-
urday afternoon. They play on the
fields located behind the high
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Even if you don't eat candy, a
lot of foods have sugar in them.
And who wants to give up eating
As for susceptible teeth, very
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feed on teeth create acid. Without
good oral hygiene and regular
dental care, the acid soon breaks
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Start Season With Experienced Pitching, Good Hitting, Some Rookies
The Wewa Gators baseball
team starts their new season of
play Monday, March 1, after a
"warm-up" tournament in Mari-
anna last week end in which the
team had a .500 record, with a
win and a loss.
The Gators are expected to be
fairly strong this season, coming
back with such veterans on their
pitching staff as lefty Jeremy
Pridgeon, Tranum McLemore,
Mike Morgan and Casey Kelley.
The Gators also have the Panhan-
dle's home-run leader, Beau
Whitfield, back for another year
behind the plate.
Most of their roster of 19 men
are veterans of at least a year of
organized play. The Gators have,
their entire outfield of Will Sum-
ner, Tommy GOskin and Mike
Morgan returning and had only
one spot In the infield to fill.
Freshman David Hysmith will be
starting in the shortstop posi-
There are three seniors on
the roster, In Pridgeon. Whitfield
and Morgan with the remainder
of the team being made up ofjun-
iors and sophomores. '"We don't
& have much speed. We'll pretty
much have .to advance our base
runners with a hit or a bunt.
FIGHTING GATORS-Front row, left to Back row: left td right: David Hysmith, Will
right: David Pitts, Lee Larimore, Ed Sum- Sumner, John Gibbs, Thomas Fulford, Tra-
ner, Wayne Leube, Jamie Rushing, Eric num McLemore, Casey Kelley, Beau Whit-
Gray and Chip Fields. Middle row, left to field and Coach Jim McKnight. Not pictured
right: Crystal Gaskin, Jeremy Pridgeon, are: Cory Owens, Coach Johnny Taunton
Tommy Gaskin, Mike Morgan, Adam Ake, and Coach Wayne Flowers.
Mark Cunningham and Jennifer Marquez. .,.- .
[School Board Minutes
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD the Causey family, and also. a card of thanks from
February 1, 1994 Sara Maddox. No acuon necessary.
The Gulf County Board met In special session on PERSONNEL MATTERS:
February I. 1994, a[ 6:00 p.m.. E.S.T., In the On motion by Mrs. Pierce. second by Mr.
School Board Admlnlstrative Office In Port SL Joe. Whiulleld. and unanimous vote. the Board ap-
The following members were present: Oscar Redd. proved the following personnel matters:
Ted Whitileld. David Byrd. and Charlotte Pierce. Approved Stephanile Wade. subsUtitute teach-
James Hanlon was abhent due to Illness. The Su- er for Evelyn Cox at Wewahllchka High School, to
perintendent and Attorney were also receive teacher contract pay recroacUve for the pe-
presenL riod of November 10, 12. 15. 17. 18. 19. 22. 23.
Chairman Redd presided and the meeting was 24. 29. and December I. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8, 9, 10. 13.
opened with prayer led by Charlotte Pierce. fol- 14. 15.16. 17.20. 1993.
lowed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by David Approved Betty Curlee and Teresa Redd as
Byrd. substitute bus drivers for the 1993-94 school year.
SPECIAL MASTER REPORT HEARING: Approved Julle G. Williams as a substitute
A public hearing was held to hear relevant teacher In the Gulf County School System.
discussions concerning the Special Master's rec- Approved William E. Smith for the position
ommendations. of bus driver for the 1993-94 school year.
There being no further business, the meet- Approved Catherine D. Carroll to 1ill the ,a-
Ing was adjourned cant math Leaching position at Port SL Joe Jr.-Sr.
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD High School for the 1993-94 school year.
February 2, 1994 Approved the transfer of Cindi Mixon from
The Gulf County School Board met In spe- Wewahltchka Jr.-Sr. High School to Port St. Joe
cial session on February 2. 1994. at 9:00,a.m. Jr.-Sr. High School to fill the exceptional educa-
E.S.T.. in the School Board Administrative Office Ldon teaching position for the 1993-94 school year.
in Port St. Joe The following members were Approved Barbara Gauuer. substitute bus
pte.went Oscar Redd. Ted Whiluleld. David Byrd. driver for Patricia CGrtn. to be placed on regular
and Charlotte Pierce James Hanlon was absent school bus driver status for the remainder of the
due to Illness. The Superintendent and Board At- 1993-94 school year.
tornmey were also presenL Accepted the resignation of Sharon Gaskin.
Chairman Redd presided and the meeting Graduation Options teacher at Wewahlbchka High
was opened with prayer led by Charlotte Pierce, SchooL effective January21. 1994.
followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by David The Board tabled the matter of a job descrip-
Byrd. tlon for middle school principal and suggested
CONTRACT BETWEEN SCHOOL BOARD dmeline for a selecting a middle school adndminlstra-
AND INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL- tor until a later date.
The Chief Executive Officer. Superintendent PROGRAM MATTERS:
B Walter Wilder, recommended the Board accept On moAton by Mr. Whitrleld. second by
the Special Master's recommends for Issuesby d. second by
2.3. 4. 6.and 8. and reject Issues I and 7. For Mrs. Pierce. and unanimous vote. the Board ap-
Issues I and 7. be recommended the following:, proved Wewahitchka Jr.-Sr. High School's propo-
nIssue I:. Tha e apov al9of eisung contr-eat sal for soite funds to constuct and qulo p a middle
Issue asfl:.eapprovaltcle5 thtinrrentr ,. school science and technology laboratory.
teacher has signed uyhe/she may. through program urtil a later.dae.
mutual agreement with the school principal, leave TRANSPORTATION MATTERS:
early oi that date. On rotion by Mr. Byrd. second by Mr Whit-
Issue 7: The approval of a two percent 12%) field, and unanimous vote, the Board approved the
annual increase over the 1992-93 salary schedule following transportation matters for the 1993-94
in addilon to the annual increment plan which school year.
has already been Implemented with all teachers Approved to rerotiLe Bits 51 In Wewahitch-
beyond Step 22 receiving a longevity increment of ka from North Highway 71 over to old Highway 22-
8900.00 rather that $600.00. A in order to pick up students at Bus Stop a4677
A motion was made by Mr. Whitfleld. second and relieve a possible overcrowding situation on
by Mrs. Pierce to accept the recommendation of Bus &4.
the Superintendent. The motion was carried with Approved a request for a new bus stop
Whidleld. Pierce. and Redd voting YEA and Byrd (51491 on Pinecrest Avenue In Wewahltchka.
voung NAY. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT:
There being no further business, the meet- The Board reviewed a NJROTC Inspection
Ing adjourned to meet again In regular session on Summary Report for the Port SL Joe High School
February 8. 1994. and directedlthe Superintendent to write a letter of
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD commendaudn to instrnictors LCDR James McLeod
February 11. 1994 and MGYSGT Gary How2e.
The Gulf County School Board met In regu- On motion by Mr. ByrTd. second by Mr. Whit-
lar session on January I. 1994. at 6:00 p.m.. in field, and unanimous vote. the Board approved to
the Gulf County School Board Administrative Of- declare as surplus and advertise for bids. a paint
flces in Port SL Joe. The following members were booth .located In the auto body paint shop at Port
present Oscar Redd. Ted Whitfield. David Byrd. St Joe High School.
and Charlotte Pierce. James Hanlon was absent On motion by Mrs. Pierce. second by Mr.
due to illness. The Superintendent and Board At- Byrd. and unanimous vote, the Board voted unani-
torney were also presentL mously to accept Audit Report No. 12209 of the
Oscar Redd presided and the meeting was Gulf County District School Board for the fiscal
opened with prayer led by Charlotte Pierce, fol- year ended June 30. 3 received from the Oflice
lowed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ted Whit- of the Auditor General. State of Florida.
field. The Board reviewed a report from James J.
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: Sherman. Atbltrator and Special Master. stating
Tony Gordon met with the Board concerning his recommendation In the matter arbitration be-
school policies relating to suspension of students. tween Gulf County School Board and Gulf County
Mr. Jim Ormes. Representative for Honey- Classroom Teachers Association/F'FP-NEA. No ac-
well. Inc.. met with the Board concerning the Ener- ton taken.
gy Efficiency Program for the Gulf County School On motion by Mr. Whitfield., second by Mrs.
System. A workshop was scheduled for Wednes- Pierce. and unanimous vote. the Board approved
day, Janmiay 26, 1994, at 9:00 a.m. E.S.T., In the the request of the Florida Army National Guard to
School Board Administrative Offices. use the Wewahitchka High School gymnasium.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: auto mechanics building, and football stadium
On motion by Mr. Byrd. second by Mr. Whit- area as an emergency mobilization site.
field, and unanimous vote, the Board adopted the The Board tabled the matter of In-kind ser-
agenda, vices for the proposed Head Start Program until a
BUDGET MATTERS/PAYMENT OF BILLS: later date.
On motion by Mr. Byrd. second by Mrs. The Boanrd reviewed School Resource Officer
Pierce, and unanimous vote, the Board approved reports for Wewahlichka Jr.-Sr. High School and
the following budget matters and payment of bills: Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. No action neces-
Approved BudgetAmendment No. III. General saIy.
SFund: Approved Budget AmenidmentrNo. Ill, Spe- BOARD MEMBERS CONCERNS:
clal Revenue. Food Service: Approved Budget The Board directed the Superintendent to
Amendment No. Ill, Special Revenue. Other. write a letter of appreciation to Mrs. Jeanne
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: McDermott for her help In selecting some of the
On motion by Mr. Whitfleld. second by Mr. materials and color schemes for the newly comn-
Byrd. and unanimous vote. the Board approved pleated administrative offices.
the minutes for December 7. 1993. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further
CORRESPONDENCE: business, the meeting was adjourned to meet
The Board reviewed a card of thanks from again in regular session on February 8. 1994.
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There won't be much base steal-
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COACH HAS HIGH HOPES
Jim McKnight. who coaches
the Gators and the Gulf County
Black Sox In the summer base-
ball program, is no stranger to
boys baseball in Vewahitchka or
any other diamond in northwest
Florida. Assisting him will be
Wayne Flowers, Wewahitchka
football coach and athletic direc-
tor and Johnny Taunton.
McKnight has high hopes for
his team this year and is count-
ing on the corps of seasoned vete-
rans to give enough experience to
his younger charges to be a win-
ner in Class A baseball.
The Gators played good ball
last year and made a name for
themselves among their oppo-
The squad will play a 27-
game schedule this year, includ-
ing a three-day tournament in
Quincy at mid-season and a three
game set with Kentucky teams
visiting during spring break from
Nelson County, Washington
County and North Hardin, Ken-
Other teams on- their sched-
ule include Port St. Joe. the open-
er, Carrabelle, Blountstown, Lib-
erty County. Apalachicola, Altha,
Poplar Springs. Sneads, and Ma-
Most home games will begin
at 3:00 p.m., CST, except the
Sneads game on March 19. which
will begin at noon. and Altha on
April 28, which begins at 4:00
The Gators first game of the
season was In the opener of the
Mlarianna Diamond Classic
Blountstown scored the win-
ning run off reliever Mike Morgan
in the top of the seventh after
Lange walked and Shuler singled.
Wewa had rallied in the sixth
wiLh three runs after the Tigers
had taken a 4-1 lead. Thomas
Fulford led off the inning with a
walk, and after two outs. Jeremy
Pridgeon singled and Tommy Ga-
'skin doubled scoring Fulford and
Pridgeon. Beau Whitfleld was -in-
tentionally walked before Casey
Kelley singled, scoring Gaskin.
The Gators were led at the
plate by Casey Kelley and Jeremy
Pridgeon who both had two hits.
Pridgeon started on the
mound for the Gators and was re-
Slieved by' Mike Morgan in the
sixth Beau Whitfield was behind
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.Gators 100003 0-4 7 2
B'tstowvn 200 020 1-5 7 0
PORT ST. JOE, 4'
The score in the next game
Bob Bolduc of Whitehall,
Michigan, was the speaker at Ro-
tary Club Thursday, telling the
club of some of his experiences in
Venezuela. when American firms
went into that country to set up a
workable telephone system just
four years ago.
Bolduc, a retiree from GTE
with phone system operations ex-
pertise, was hired to help with
the organization of the re-
The speaker said the system
in Venezuela was .in pitiful shape
in 1990, when the work begun.
"Their equipment was the same
as was used in the United States
back in the 1920s. There was an
even chance. when you called
someone locally, your call would
never go through. Long distance
was an even greater gamble than
that," the speaker said.
The town where he went to,
which was 30 miles from Cara-
cas, on the other side of the
mountain, had only one tele-
phone-a pay phone-for a town
about the size of Port St. Joe.
"Our goal was to have phone ser-
vice to 2 million additional cus-
tomers within the time limits of
our contract," Bolduc said. 'That
would equate to one telephone for
every 20 people in the country. It
formerly took 25 years to get a
telephone and then over half the,
time it wouldn't work."
'The country of Venezuela is
a beautiful country with a pleas-
ant temperature the year round,"'
he said. "The nation. like most of
those ,in South America, is: ham-
pered by bureaucracy. If the gov-,
ernment owes you money, it
takes several months to get paid
because 18 people has to sign the
'The inflation rate of the na-
tion is about 40q%' per year. An
average worker earns $100 a
month and a decent place to rent
costs $3.000 a month. Health
care is free, but people who can
pay use ,a private system, which
flourishes in the nation, despite
free medical care. Everyone' who
owns a nice home has a concrete
wall around the yard, with brok-
en glass embedded in the top,"
according to the speaker.
was exactly the same as the day
before, except this-time the Ga-
tors ,scored in the final inning to
take the win over Port St. Joe.
David Hysmith scored the
winning run on a bases-loaded
infield hit by Mike Morgan. Hys-
mith was sacrificed .to third by
Pridgeon. Beau Whitfield and Ca-
sey Kelley were both intentionally
walked in the inning, loading the
bases.- Mike Morgan hit a little
dribbler off the bottom of his bat
and Hysmith scored the winning
run when catcher Keith Saleh
couldn't hold onto the ball 'on a
collision at the plate. ,
The Gators took an early
lead, scoring three in the first and.
once more in the second. The Ga-
tors had three men reach safely
on walks and Casey Kelley and
Mike Morgan drove them in. The
single run in the second came
when Adam Ake walked, moved
to third on a single by David Hys-
mith and scored on a single by
The Sharks rallied in the
sixth, when Adam Taylor led off
with a double, Josh Colbert sin-
gled and Ryan Yeager doubled,
scoring Taylor and Colbert. Brian
Butts singled home' Yeager later,
in the inning.
The Sharks scored another
run in the fourth; The Gators
committed the only error of the
Yeager started for Port St. Joe
but was relieved by Josh Colbert
in the third. Taylor came on in
the seventh. Saleh was behind
the plate. McLemore and Whit-
field went the route for the Ga-
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ing the first week of play, the Ga-
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Tuesday for a 6:00 p.m., game.
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5. Electric costs at $12.00 per month for 10 years ........ 1,440.00
6. Pool service (it takes you 3 hrs a month to .
m maintain our pool) ......................................................... 0.00
TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS $3.240.00
CONCRETE POOL MAINTENANCE COSTS .................... 14,550.00
HAWAIIAN FIBERGLASS POOL MAINTENANCE COSTS ......... 3.240.00
YOUR SAVINGS' $11.310.00
We haven't figured the costs of pool down time or your personal aggravation.
THR STAR- PORT ST- JOR. FL THURSDAY. FEB. 24. 1994
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1994
Stuaients Beat Teachers
In Brain Brawl
The student team consisting
of Russell Knee. Kristina Smiley.
Melisha Babb, and Todd Law-
rence beat the teacher team of
Sue McDaniel, Pam Lister, Joe
Walker, and Jini Bozeman. The fi-
nal score was 240-190. Now, be-
Sfore you are thinking what you're
thinking, the teachers used the
Genius Edition and the students
Used the Junior Edition!
10 More Ways to Praise a Child
Good Job That's Incredible
*Hot Dog Dynamite You're
Beautiful You're Unique *"
Nothing Can Stop You Now *
Good For You I Like You *
You're A Winnerl
News From Kathy
On Thursday evening, Feb.
24, Chapter I will host a Make &
Take Workshop. Parents and stu-
dents in grades 1-2 are invited to
attend. The workshop will be held
In the cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. Par-
ents and students will make
games to practice skills at home.
See you Thursday night!
Winner .of Spelling Bee
Can you spell 'diagnose'?
Fifth grader William Gay can! Wil-
l am won the WES spelling bee
and will represent WES at the
County-wide spelling bee on
March 2. Congratulations to Wil-
l iam,, and study hard.
How's That Again?
Pre-K students and twins,
Chris and Adam Murphy, both
love school. the other day while
sharing what they learned with
By Linda Whitfield
their family, Adam said that he
liked learning about "George
Washington, who was our first
prisoner." Chris said that the one
he liked was that "Hammerhead
Lincoln"! This is a true story that
reminds one of "Jose,. can you
see..." about the Star Spangled
Teacher Judi Lister to be Jailed
Second grade teacher Judi
Lister Is about to be Jailed. If you
would like to help her collect her
ball money, please send your
loose change and bills to the chil-
dren at the elementary school.
She's even promised a free pizza
party to the class in K-3 and 4-6
that collects the most money for
her. This, as you know, is one of
the chief money-makers for the
American Cancer Society. Gulf
County always does well state-
wide for the ACS. The date for
Jail and Bail is Friday. March 18,
in front of the Wewahltchka State
Our Sympathy Goes To...
Mr. Jerry E. Kelley and the
staff and faculty of WES extend
their sympathy to the families of
Laurice Mixon. Frank Graddy.
and Michael Fisher. All had loss-
es which touched the lives of sev-
eral of our students.
First Grade Play Coming Up
The first grade teachers Tracy
Bowers. Rhonda Pridgeon. and
Joyce Quinn would like you to
come see their play on Friday,
March 11. The times will be 8:30
and 9:30. It is patriotic and very
r141.* Constitution AnddMonument
Catch the S St.oe
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School .........9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Praetlice
Methodist Youth Wednesday..........7:30 p.m.
Fellowship........... 5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR
firstt united Meethodist Church.
S-- 111 North 22nd'St.-
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church....................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School................... 10:00 a.m. CT
Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT
"The Exciting Place to Worship"
First Baptist Church
102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
H. R. Naberhuis Buddy Caswell
Interim Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
E E .Y. LC
10 a.m. Su
7 p.m. Wei
Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School..................................10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship.................................11:00 a.m.
Wednesd Bible Study ...................... 3:00 p.m.
Pastor W.L. Tremain 12/17-6/93 Phone 648-8144
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY
ST. JAMES'* PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ETr)
+ Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
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L THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
upbeat. Uncle Sam will be there,
Canadian Bagpiper Visits Third
Grade and Plays for Them
Our Canadian visitor, Mr.
Jack Stratman, visited the third
grades on Friday and joined them
for their rendition of the Highland
Games. Complete in Scottish re-
galia. Mr. Stratman, thrilled the
students as he played old' and
new favorites on the bagpipes.
Then' he 'piped' us over to the
football field where the third
grade classes of Linda Tremain
and Linda WVhitfield competed in
putting the shot, relay races,
tossing the cabor, and finally, tug
of war. Wanda Hall said it best as
she was getting on the bus. 'This
has been the best day of my
whole life!" It was pretty special.
By Larry A. Mathes
Good Behavior Rewarded
209 students (out of 365) received letters of commendation af-
ter the first semester indicating they had no discipline referrals, no
excessive tardies, and no bus discipline referrals for the entire first
semester. They also were awarded a new $1 bill, and their names
were entered into a grand prize drawing. Two high school winners
were drawn, winning $15 and $10. respectively. The two middle
school winners received $10 and $5. Hopefully, student behavior
will continue to Improve and the second semester will see an in-
crease in the number who are eligible to win! The real prize, howev-
er. is the increased learning time made possible by less frequent in-
Report cards are due out March 3-please insist that your stu-
dent hand deliver the report to you. If you insist on better perfo-
mance, they are more likely to deliver.
A reminder about "Career Day" at WHS-students will be hear-
ing from visitors from the "real world" of work on February 24.
Our girls basketball team finished their season by losing in the
first round of the Regional Tournament in Bonifay last Friday.
Graceville's Lady Tigers will represent our region.
Boys basketball continues-after finishing 2nd In their district.
WHS will travel to Greensboro for a-sub-district game. If we win, we
will be in the regional tournament this weekend held at Chipola Jr.
Boys baseball-VWHS Jumped on Port St. Joe early, then had to
hold offa Shark comeback to defeat the Sharks 5-4 in Marianna In-
vitational Tournament. The Gators dropped their 1st game to
Blountstown by a like score. 5-4. Regular season opens March I
against Port St. Joe there at 6:00 p.m.
Girls softball makes their fast-pitch debut against Blountstown
in Wewa at 3:30 p.m. Both squads are making the transition to
fastpitch this year.
Weightllfters start at Bay High February 24, then Rutherford
March the 2nd. That's lifting with the big boys!
Things do get busy in the Spring (and not just athletics). Have a
By Caroline Lister
Has your child been overly
lazy during the four day weekend,
with no interest in leaving the
house to go out at night? All this
laziness is caused by the relief
that six weeks tests are over, af-
ter an abnormally long week for
students. It seemed everyone
agreed that this long week was a
secret test to extend every period
by an hour so to wear every stu-
dent out. Why, you ask? Mr. Tay-
lor and Mr. Wilder like these va-
cations from students as well.
and if the kids are bad during the
4-day weekend, than the parents
wouldn't want to put up with
Not all students have been
sitting around the house flipping
channels-the boys' basketball
team is still practicing all day.
everyday, playing in the state
play-offs, and becoming patrons
to a downtown barber shop. Fri-
day. a bald Shark team defeated
Havana for the district champion-
ship and by the time this article
Is published, the outcome of the
sub-regional game against Florida
High will be known. If you haven't
been to a game this year, now is
your last chance. Not only will
you see an exciting basketball
game with short Kareem Abdul
Jabars, but you will be support;
ing your school and town.
Another athlete is on the road
to state-Jeremy Tull. At Mosley
on Wednesday. Jeremy qualified
for the state weightlifting meet by
pressing 375 pounds and a 290
pound clean-and-jerk:; I'm sure I
could lift that any dayl Other
weightllfters finished either first
or second in the meet. Marcus
Gordon, Troy Williams. Man-
dricka Miller, and Matt Roberson
finished in 2nd place, and Vic
Sellers place 1st with Jeremy
Now for the PRIDE flag! Tra-
cey Fitzgerald was honored with
the flag for being the 1994
Spelling Bee Champ. Ms. Fink
was honored with it for all her
hard work. For going beyond the
call of duty in his peer counseling
job, Kendrick Addison was hon-
ored with the flag. Finally, the
PRIDE flag flew in honor of the
Gold Card Club parents for mak-
ing Teacher Appreciation Day so
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The First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church, Garrison Ave. and
20th Street in Port St. Joe, will be
hosting a Weekend Revival 'with
the Adcocks from Panama City on
Friday, Feb. 25 Sunday, Feb. 27
at 7 p.m. each night.
Pastor Tommy Causey invites
everyone to come and worship
Howard Creek Host
Howard Creek Baptist
Church will host the community
sing this month. It will be held
Saturday,. Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. EST.
All area churches are Invited and
encouraged to attend. Those
wishing to participate should con-
tact Earl or Melba Peak at 229-
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
SA V' 21
CHURCH OF CHRIST
nday I a
Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
Message: The Church That Christ Built
WRITE FOR FREE-EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
823 N. 15th Street
Sun. Bible Study (all ages)...............9:00 CST
Morning Worship ..............................;10:00 CST
Evening Worship.................................6:30 CST
Wed. Bible Study (all ages)............. 6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor
"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
The Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port St. Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
Pastor- Rev. Napoleon Pittman
Worship: 12 p.m. Sunday Morning Roundup: 11 a.m.
WEDNESDAY for Ages 2 Adult
8:00 p.m. Bible Study & Fellowship
"A CHURCH WITH A VISION"
Sponsor of New Covenant Christian Academy K-5 thru 6th Grade
Does not discriminate based upon race, creed, color, or origin.
Independent Baptist Church
500 15th Street North, Mexico Beach, FL
Come, Share, Rejoice
648-8972 Church Bo Boyette, Pastor 647-8936 Res
We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place.
BIBLE STUDY 9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7.00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP.................. 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY ..... ............ 7:00 p.m-
CHURCH TRAINING ...................5:45 p.m.
Long.Avenue Baptist Church.
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL W. DUNCAN BUFORD COX
Pastor Minister of Music
~ United Methodist Church
7 Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
Lynwood R. Wynne, Pastor
Sunday School ....................... 10a.m.
Morning Worship .. 11 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
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of Port St.Joe
Weekly Meeting Times
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayer at The Rock, Mon.-Fri.......... 7:00 8:00 a.m.
8:00 9:00 a.m.
Saturday Family Night Intercession ...............................7:00 p.m.
The Rock Teens ................................................. To Be Announced
Pastors: Jim and Susan List Office Hours: Monday Thursday
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 Friday: 9:00 12:00
IA FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
S C. CHURCH
X_ r 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP....... 10a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL......'.......................... 11 a.m.
SU S *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor
WE HAVE EXPANDED
to make room for YOU.
Come see our new spacious worship area this Sunday!
A- hr h Innovative, Informal, In Touch
.Southrn Baptis Convention First Union Bank Building
and ih. N..rih'.' I Coast 9am Sunday School
Baptisi.Association 10am and 6pm Worship
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1994
A proposed federal Environmental Protection Agency rule for pulp
and papermills could jeopardize plans to clean up Florida's only desig-
nated industrial river, a state environmental official said last week.
Richard Harvey, director of the state Department of Environmental
Protection water division, :said the new "cluster rule" for pulp mills is so
expensive that 'it would probably not be economically feasible to try and
reclassify.the Fenfiolloway River in Taylor County from iridustrial to rec-
reational waters. The state does the reclassification.
Harvey made his statements when he reported on, studies his divi-
sion is making on ways to improve the Fepholloway and nearby ground
water, according to the Perry News Herald. The proposed cluster rule, he
said, would require mills throughout the country to install modifications
to air and water cleaning equipment. Buckeye (the mill at Perry), he said,
has estimated it would exceed $200 million there.
U.S. Rep. Pete Peterson, D-Marianna, said he was against the cluster
rule and had talked with EPA.Secretary Carol Browner about it. 'They do
it all the time...put out rules without any cost estimates or risk assess-
ments on other environmental issues." Peterson said. "It is all win or all
lose with them. They allow no alternative to ideas that are not their own."
.- Harvey said the two-year study has investigated 130 options, in
.cleaning up the mill's discharges into the Fenholloway-including one
that would mean building a new mill at about $300 million, but would
not result in significant improvement to water quality.
The one option that would Aclean up the river is a pipeline, costing
about $40 million, to discharge the waste from the mill to a site near the
Gulf, about 20 miles away.
: 'MORE STATE LAND: Florida Senate and House natural resources
committees last week passed out bills that would assure permanent fi-
nancing for'the state's Preservation 2000 program to buy environmental-,
The program uses taxes collected from real estate transactions (docu-
mentary stamps), but has been on a year-by-year basis. Since 1991
when the program began. the state has also sold $1.2 billion in bonds to
finance the land buying. The Florida Farm Bureau Federation says gov-
ernment,now owns about 26 percent of the total land in the state with
accelerated plans currently under way to up that to 64 percent.
The Senate bill-authored by Sen. Curt Kiser, R-Palm Bay, who had
the idea-passed unanimously out of the Senate Natural Resources Com-
mittee, but not until Sen. James Hargrett. Jr., D-Tampa1 successfully
tacked on an amendment that would also earmark documentary stamp
i money to buy land for inter-city recreational parks.
The companion house bill passed unanimously, too. "Folks. we devel-
oped a program and it's working. Fighting over funding every year is a
waste of time," said Rep. R.Z. Safley. R-Clearwater, the bill's sponsor,
ARTIFICIAL REEFS: The Senate Natural Resources Committee
O.K.'d a bill to control the rampant dumping of everything from clunker
cars, refrigerators, and old tires in the Gulf of Mexico along Panhandle
counties from Cape San Bias to the Alabama line to form illegal artificial
reefs to improve commercial and sports fishing.
-The bill, authored by Sen. Rick Dantzler, committee chairman, sets
up.a permitting and inspection system for the private clubs. individuals
and counties to build the reefs and sets fines and penalties for violations.
Another bill that made the location of the artificial sites confidential was
CASINOS: Miami Sen. Albert Gutman thinks a proposed amendment
to the constitution to allow casino gambling in major convention cities
will not pass voter muster, but the public would probably stand for his
bill allowing counties to have riverboat gambling when approved in a lo-
cal referendum. Voters turned down casino gambling proposals in 1978
and 1986. Its backers think the mood of the public has changed.
HRS IS OUT of the juvenile justice business, according to lawmakers
in loth houses where bills ai-e pending that would set up a separate de-
partment of juvenile justice or put it under the Department of Correc-"
tions. Jim Towey, secretary of the Department of Health and Rehabilita-
tive Services, says it is "Monticello Fever," referring to the small town east
- of Tallahassee where three youths are being tried for the death of an Eng-
lish tourist at a highway rest stop.
BIG TALK ON CRIME, but no action on taxes, may be the headline
for this election year session of the Florida Legislature, but somehow this
old reporter thinks they're going to do better than that...and that doesn't
mean they're going to just throw money at some half-baked ideas.
The tipoff came. I think, after the special session on workman's com-
penpation when Senate President Pat Thomas. D-Quincy, told members
of qhe conservative James Madison Institute here in Tallahassee they'd
be surprised at how many of his colleagues In the House and Senate
agree with their dislike of "big government and powerful government."
** "It's been a long time coming, but I believe the age of a smaller, more
efficient government is here," Thomas said on the eve of the regular ses-
sion this month.
*'.; Ordinarily, I'd dismiss such talk from the Quincy redhead as just
politics. He is doing his best to erase the liberal taint off Democrats so he
canget enough of them elected to the 20-20 split Senate to make him
President for another two years.
Put Ive ,met'more members, both Republican and Democrats, in
botl houses with the same view. Glory be, perhaps it's true.
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By Jack Harper
ing a part of our school day!l
Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Cathy Col-
bert, who is our Teacher of the
Cathy teaches fifth grade and
lives in Port St. Joe with her hus-.
band and two sons. Josh and
Jesse, who are forn-er students of
Highland View, and now df Port
St. Joe High School.
Matt Roberson V ins Drive
The winner of ,.the HAWK
fourth grade diving class dona-
tion drive was Matt Roberson,
son of Ralph and Margaret (who
is Chapter I secretary at Highland
View) Roberson. Congratulations
to Matti The money will be used
to help pay expenses to St. Au-
gustine in May.
In the story, two weeks ago,
concerning the speaker at the
Chamber of Commerce dinner, it
was reported the speaker's father,
T. J. Sullivan and John Blount
founded the St. Joe Furniture
Company. It has been learned
since that the late B. W. Eells
founded the firm with Blount as
manager, who shortly acquired a
share of the firm and later pur-
chased the entire stock of the
company from the Eells estate.
The Star regrets this error.
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By Barbara Eells
It all began when HTI Mark
Whitlow and MM1 Max Hendrix
of the U.S. Navy Diving School of
the U.S. Naval Coastal Systems
Lab in Panama City backed their
truck up to the entrance of'
Mark and Max became a part
of our school as adopted HAWKS
for the rest of the day.
"Cool!" was the word John
Gainous, President of the Student
Council used as he. Nicole Smith.
and Chris Wheeler helped unload
John and Nicole introduced
the two men to the 4. 5. and 6
grades with whom they spent half
a day describing the equipment
and demonstrating for the stu-
dents and involving them-the
copper helmet of ages ago was
demonstrated by Chris Wheeler
and Karissa Thomas was adorned
with the modem equipment used
for saturation diving.
A video showed what the''
Navy diver's program covers and
the functions of the divers from
training requirements to job pro-
grams, dive medical training,
demolition, reconnaissance, and
physics. They ate lunch with the
II I I I
Navy divers Whitlow and Hendrix are shown with Herman
Jones, teacher, and some of his pupils.
students and the K-3 became provided an exciting day for all.
their audience after lunch, when The "gaws" and the "cools" were
Mrs. Baxley and Mrs. Elkins were heard all over that day! The
the demonstrators adorned with "gaws" were aimed at two eight
diving equipment. foot mannequins who were mod-
The two Navy divers, an- eling diving gear.
swered many questions for the Highland View HAWKS would
students. like- to say thank you to Mark
Most of all, Mark and Max Whitlow and Max Hendrix for be-
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. FEB. 24, 1994 PAGE 5B
'91 Grand Prix, Sport Touring
Edition, steering wheel info center,
powr lumbar seats, ETR sound sys-
tem, 26,000 miles, $12,500. 639-
2855. tfc 2/3
'85 Mercedes 350 SP, 99,000
miles, immaculate, $14,500. 639-
2855. tfc 2/3
1978 Dodge Trans Van mini mo-
tor home, see to appreciate, 227-1251
9 6:00; 227-1764 after 6:00.
1976 Itasca" Winnebago, 23',
sleeps 6,- V8, auto, pb, ps, $5,000.
227-1376. tfc 2/3
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
^ Wewahitchka, 639-5810.
Aluminum boat, motor and trail-
er. For more information call 229-
8395. ltp 2/24-
9 1/2 hp Johnson outboard mo-
tor, excel. condition, $450 firm. Call
229-8577. tfc 2/3
STEVE'S tJTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, afte#4:00 p.m., 827-2902.
Wanted Room for Rent, efficiency'
apartment, or R.V. lot, on Cape San
Blas or Indian Pass. Work with State
Par; Non-smoker. Will do building
renovations as needed for rent I.have
all tools & equipment. 229-2628.
Surfside Serenity Group, I1st
United Methodist Church. 22nd St..
Mexico'Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday
- 7:30;."A.'tJmesnLial..647-8054. .- --.
American Legion Bingo Thurs-
da night, 7:00 p.m. Cash pnzes. Ear-
ly bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings ist Mon-'
day of each month. 8:00 p.m.
CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representative
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. #ER0013168 INSURED
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon,
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.
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ST. JOE "
Brush Chipping, Stump Grioding
Rt. 2 Box 53 Charles Tipton
Port St. Joe, FL 647-3405
St. Joe Rental-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Port St. Joe 227-2112
2 bedroom, 1 bath, air condi-
tioned, located at 1034 McClellan
Ave. Available Mar. 1, 648-4021.
Trailer space for rent in Highland
View. 229-8485. 2tc 2/24
For Rent: Mobile home spaces.
Call 648-8211. tfe 2/3
Large trailer lot, Mexico Beach,
$75 per month. 1-800-659-0641.
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-.
ergy efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available. Stove & re-
frig. furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager.,
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more Informa-
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
PINE RIDGE APTS., Rents start-
ing at $225.00 per mo. Affordable
Living for low to middle income fami-
lies. Featuring 1, 2 & 3 bedroom'
apts. with cen. h&a, energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs, available.
(904) 227-7451. Equal Housing. "
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 anl leave mes-
sage. tfc 2/3
Warehouses, small and large,
some with office,- suitable -for small
business, 229-6200. tfc2/3
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. thru 12/94
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
--. Tuesday 800 p.m.
Thursday. 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church, all times eastern
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We Manufacture our Trailers Right
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Mobile phone 227-5234 227-3428
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Lic. # RX0051679 Insured
Wayne Parker, Owner (904) 227-3628
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
Small 2 bdrm. home, auto.' heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
-Inside Moving & Yard Sale. furni-
ture, clothes, toys, books, dishes, etc.
115 Hunter Circle, Saturday, Feb. 26,
8 a.m. until.. Itc 2/24
Yard Sale: 3 families. TV, dishes,
dolls, baby clothes, other clothes, fish
tank, etc. 214 First St., Highland
View. Saturday, Feb. 26th, 9 a.m. 3
p.m. Itp 2/24-
Yard Sale: Feb. 26th, Saturday,
8-12. Children's clothes, newborn to
4T, boys & girls'. summer & winter.
Clean, good condition household
items. Misc. Third St., Beacon Hill. No
early sales. Cancel if raining.
Yard Sale: Multi-family, Satur-
day, Feb. 26, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. 117
Bellamy Circle. Itc 2/24-
Mexico Beach, Everything you
can imagine, 20 years of collecting,
2502 Hwy. 98, Saturday. ltc 2/24
Yard Sale, 901 Long> Ave. Lots .of
clothes, jewelry, books & etc. Misc.
items, Saturday, 8 a.m. until.
Yard Sale: Girls & boys' baby
clothes, stroller, walker, car seat, Ig.
men's and women's clothes, double
bed, Christmas tree & lots of Christ-
mas decorations. Jewelry, cookware,
Rain cancels. 101 7th St., Highland
View, Saturday, Feb. 26th.. ltp 2/24 .
We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek
5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All,
First St. -227-21112
FAYE'S NAIL SALON
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician \
1905 Long Ave., Port St. Joe "- _
JOHN F. LAW
26 Years of Experience
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference.,
7229 Deer Haven Road, P.C.
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St.. Phone 227-1636
T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work
Mowing, Raking, Trimming,
Weeding, Clean Outs
and Roof Sweeping.
Reasonable Monthly or
Seasonal Rates Available.
Major Appliance Repair David Kenne.dy
BAYSIDE SERVICE CO.
Air Cond., Refrigeration,
Ice Machines, Washing Machines,
Dishwasher, Etc ......
BUTLER BAY RD.
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
Multi-family yard sale, Saturday,
.Feb. 26, 8 a.m. until. Kids' clothes,
lots of toys & misc. Corner of Marvin
Ave. & 13th St. 647-3118. Itc 2/24
Multi-family Garage Sale: Satur-
day, Feb. 26th & Sun., 27th, 8 a.m. -
2 p.m. 130 Desoto St., St. Joe Beach.
3 Family Garage Sale: 412 Monu-
ment Aye. Lots of miscellaneous. Be-
side Big Barn, Saturday, Febi 26th, 7
a.m. 3 p.m. ltp 2/24
Yard Sale: Saturday, Feb. 26th, 9
am. 1 p.m. 514 Fourth St., Port St.
Joe. ltc 2/24
Full time cook/aide positions
available in dietary department. Apa--
lachicola Health Care Center, Bene-
fits Contact Melissa, 904-653-8844.
Tailor/seamstress needed to
Quality Work at St. Joseph Bay
Cleaners. phone 227-3538.
.1 'tc 2/24
North Florida Head Start Par-
ent Involvement/Social Services
North Florida Medical Center,
Inc. Is recruiting a Parent Involve-
ment/Social Services Coordinator for
the North Florida Head Start Pro-
gram. The administrative position is
responsible for the Parent Involve-,
ment/Social Services for the five
county program., Successful candi-
date will have a Bachelor's degree in
Social Services, supervisory experi-
ence in working with children's pro-
For more information please call
639-5080 or pick up an application'
form at the Wewahitchka Courthouse,
Head Start office from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
Closing Date: March. 11, 1994
Port St. Joe Lodge No.I 11.
S'Gx Reg. Stated CommunicaUton
I st and 3rd Thursday'of each
4"w- adohth. 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon. W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
VCR REPAIR CENTER
321 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Mdn. Fri. 10-5; Sat. 9-1
We Buy Unfixable VCR's
Phone (904),. 227-3660
S & D DATA SERVICE
Complete Word Processing Services
Resumes Term Papers Letters *
Etc. Quick Turnaround
Fax Service *
t fc 2/3
COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
All Forms of Insurance
322. Reid Ave., Port St. Joe,
Licensed & Insured
I, Owner 229-8635
LAWN & GARDEN
Small Engine Repair
Weed Eaters '
Chain Saws i
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
North Florida Head Start Re-
ceptionist / Tyjist / Data Entry
North Florida Medical Center,
Inc. is taking applications for Recep-
tionist / Typist / Data Entry Clerk po-
sition. Minimum requirements are
high school diploma and training in
secretarial studies. Two years experi-
ence with proficiency in computer
word processing software; proficiency
in Word Perfect and Micro-Soft desira-
ble; able to type 55 to 60 words per
Application's are being accepted
at the Wewahitchka Courthouse at
the Head Start office Monday thru Fri-
day, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Closing Date: March 11, 1994
SPECTRUM HOME HEALTH, Inc.
Become a member of one of the
oldest and most innovative home
health care teams in Northwest Flori-
da. Our Western Region Offices (Pana- J
ma City, Chipley, Blouritstown, Port
St. Joe, and Carrabelle) are seeking
individuals to fill the following posi-
Full-Time '] Part-Time Field
Staff RN's who wish to treat a variety
of patients and conditions. Must have
a love, for medlcal/surgiLal. pediatric,
geriatric, community heal.h. public
health, acute care, and maternity
nursing skills. Applicants must be
able to cope.with patients of all ages
and mental outlooks. CEUs provided.
Full-Time / Part-Time CNA/
HHAs to provide daily personal care
to our homebound patients. Must,
have current CPR, HIV in-service,
drivers license, and auto insurance.
Only CNAs with classroom course or
certified home health aides need ap-
. ply. Home health experience preferred
but not necessary.
Above average salaries and mile-
age paid per visit. full benefit package
available to full-time employees. Con-
tact Sara Jordan, Regional Director
Health Care Services. at 1-800-462-
1825/769-5256, for additional infor-
rmation. EOE. Itc 2/24
Call With A Smile House Clean-
ing & House Sitting. 229-6348.
,.\ ... -tfc224.
AGENCY CONTRACT WORK
.The Gulf County Association for Re-
tarded Citizens provides a training
program for developmentally disa-
bled adults. Each work crew con-
sists of three to eight workers and a
trainer/supervisor. We.offer a varie-
ty of services, but we are presently
interested in janitorial service con-
tracts-commercial and residential.
We are always looking for new op-
portunities to diversify or expand
present operations. We have a repu-
tation for quality work performed in
a timely manner and references are
available-upon request. If there are
any work opportunities that you
care to discuss, please contact Si-
mona Pittman at Gulf County ARC,
P. 0. Box 296, Port St. Joe (229-
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Small Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center
| Lawnmowers' I
p Tillers '
*\T | Chain saws
706 1st St.-St. Joe
I 227-2112 I
L- -- J
FREE private room, private
bath & kitchen. Close to the beach.
Send name and number to Box
13825, Mexico Beach, FL 32410.-
"Wanted- year round mainte-
nance person for pool and yard care
on the Cape furnish own equipment
Call 904-627-3828 after 6:00 p.m.
Social Services Long Term
Care. A full time opportunity Is avail-
able for an individual to plan, orga-
nize and implement the overall opera-'
tions of the Social Services.,
Department. Duties include the abilt-i
ty to ensure that the social needs of
the residents are met and maintained.
'\Prefer a Certified Social Worker or
trainable individual with patience,
tact, enthusiasm, and positive atti-
tude toward the elderly. Please con-
tact Administrator Apalachicola
Health Care Center, 150 10th Street;
Apalachicola, FL 32320.
Caring, competent nurses for the''
following positions with a growing
hospital based home health agency:
R.N., admissions nurse for Bay, Gulf,
and Franklin counties. R.N., nurse
management position and RN case
management position in the Gulf
County area. Salary based on home
health experience. Interested persons
call: Judith Howell, R.N., Director of
Professional Services, 1-800-795-,
3167, ext. #17. Itc 2/17,,
Gulf County Guidance Clinic has
an immediate opening for a part-time,.
(20 hrs/wk) Mental Health Nurse. Du-
ties include; monitoring medication
by physician orders, interviewing pa-
tients, case management and crisis
intervention with mental health .pa-
tients. Requirements: L.P.N. or R.N.,
exp. preferred, H.R.S. background'
check. Apply to: Edwin R. Alles, Exec-''
utive Director, Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc., 311 Williams Ave., Port -
St. Joe, FL 32456. E.O.E.
I sell Watkins products. For in-
formation call 227-1635.
212 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL
Buy Sell Trade '
Gold & Jewelry
Most Anything of Value
From Foundation to Finish,
For All Your Building Needc
Fax (904) 229-8470
HC-1 Cessna Drive
Port St. Joe, FL
Harmon's Heavy Equipment Co.
Specializing In Black Top Soil
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
648-8924 or 648-5767 if no answer
LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 904/229-6821
FOSTER TREE &
LAWN SERVICE *
No Job Too Big ...
... Or Too Small
FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
TRADES and SERVICES
PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. FEB. 24, 1994
Gulf County Commission Minutes
S Nursing assistant positions avail-
able. Training for certification provld-
ed. CNA positions also available. Ap-
ply in person, Bay St. Joseph Care
Center. tfc 2/3
Open competitive (accept applica-
tions from Career Service employees
and all others)
Date: Feb. 14, 1994, closing date:
Feb. 28, 1994. J.O.A.#94-109
Class Title/Code: Clerk Typist /
0073 Position# TBA. (Pending Classi-
Salary range $205.00 431.24
biweekly (part time), (40 hours bi-
weekly) pay grade: 005.
Minimum qualifications: Six
months of secretarial or clerical work
Possession of a Certified Profes-
sional Secretary Certificate.
Vocational / technical training in
_an area of secretarial science of of-.
flee/business studies can substitute
at the rate of 60 classroom hours for
-each month of the required work ex-
A high school diploma or its
-equivalent can substitute for the re-
quired work experience. Special
Note: For positions in this class, a
skills test shall be administered as
part of the selection process. The
following shall be accepted for
meeting this requirement.
1. A qualifying score of 35 correct
..words per minute on the Dept. of Ad-
.ilnistration's typing test adminis-
,tered by an agency under authority
delegated by the dept;
2. A qualifying score of 35 correct
words per minute on the typing-test
administered by an office of the Job
Service of Florida, the state employ-
ment service of another state, or the
central personnel agency of another
%,.. 3.. A qualifying score on a skill
:test by the employing agency and ap-
preved by the Dept. of Administra-
4'. A qualifying score on a stan-
dardized skills testing module devel-
o oped by the Dept. of Administration
and administered by an agency under
authority delegated bythe Dept.
Note: This position will require
incumbent to perform various clerical
duties. Computer experience pre-
ferred. This position'will also require
Incumbent to provide services in Gulf
: and Franklin county clinics.
Location: Port St. Joe/Gulf. Pro-
gram: Gulf County Public Health
Submit application to: Malinda
Cecil, 502 Fourth St.. Port St. Joe, FL
32456. Phone # (904) 227-7231.
Parker Realty of Mexico Beach Is
accepting resumes for part-time or
possibly full-time help. Requires
weekend duty. typing & computer
skills. Hwy. 98 & 31st St.. Mexico
Elpach. 648-5777. tfc 2/10
Snapper riding lawn mower, 30",
manual start, old but fair condition,
$175 obo. Call 648-8471.
Heath Kit #SB101 Ham radio,
S ptwre supplier, vector monitor, oscil-
lbg scope, capaci tester, antenna, po-
lar bar and dot generator & transmit-
ter, call 227-1311. ltc 2/24
Toshiba 3 color copier, auto feed,
margin correction w/cabinet $400; 4
drawer pendaflex file cabinet, 4 ft.
wide, 18" deep, $150. 639-5868,
evenings 639-3087. ltc 2/24,
Used 'double oven stove, all 4
burners work & one of the ovens, ex-
* cellent for a camp. 227-1568 after'
5:00. ,tp 2/24
Mono cast nets, #6 twine, 1 3/4'
stretch mesh, short brail with chain,
$90 $100. Call 647-5491.
S. 4tp 2/24
Prom dress, floor length, red se-
quin gown. Bought new last year
$380, will sacrifice for $220. Call Kim
akc2 29-6055. tfc 2/24
Color portraits by professional
-photographer. Inside or outside your
home. Total cost, $25, 8x10 delivered.
Contact Rosemary, 647-5064.
For Rent or Sale: formals, prom
S dresses/pageant dresses. Sizes 5-11.
Phone 229-6673 after 4 p.m.
SBAHAMA CRUISE! 5 days/4
nights, Underbooked! Must SellI
$279/couple. Limited tickets. (407)
S 767-8100, ext. 2269. Mon.-Sat., 9
Sa.n- 10 p.m. 4tp 2/17
Psychic Readings, call 227-
"Don't buy a lemon". Good
working 19" color TV $65. Call your
local friend, Swingarm Jim, 647-
Old brick, clean two, get 1 free.
Call George, 229-8398. tfc 2/3
Organ, Kimball Superstar with
magic chord, mint' condition, instr.
books, call 647-5365. tfc 2/3
Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum &
Sewing Machines, Tyndall Parkway,
near Hwy. 22, Panama City, FL
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
pd. thni 9/1/94
Port St Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto.. Discover TOOl 227-1105.
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
17 ft. self-contained travel trailer
with air cond., great for hunter. Call
648-8258. tfc 2/3
Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfc 2/3
1984 14'x70' mobile home, 3
bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a; front porch,
partially furnished. 639-5101:
Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work, B
& J Enterprise, reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. tfc 2/3
Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 2/3
Dooney & Bourke
Port St. Joe High
School Band members
for scoring excellent
and superior at solo.
and ensemble contest
in Panama City, FL
Large house for sale. 614 Maddox
St., Oak Grove, Port St. Joe. Florida.
See Ilene Gay, 108 Hunter and Madi-
son St. 4tp 2/24
Beautiful executive 2 story brick
home. Three bdrm.. 2 1/2 baths on
-large shady lot with underground
sprinkler system. Has jacuzzi and all
new furniture. 3.000 sq. ft. in mint
condition. Shown by appointment
only. Best-cash offer. 229-8919. Port
St. Joe, FL. tfe 2/24
White City, 2 bedroom house, 2
bath, dining room & kitchen, Ig. -living,
rm., Ig. porch &, carport with utility
rm., central air & heat,. 1/2 acre land,
garden space in front of Baptist
Church. 827-8443. 4tp 2/24
Moving, must sell nice wooden
frame home (camp) in Howard Creek,
$25,500.00. Must see to appreciate.
Call 827-2743. ltc 2/24
3 bedroom house,' approx. 2,000
sq. ft. of living space,. take over pay-
ments, 827-2994. Itc 2/24
3 bedroom. I bath Ig. rm.,
laundry rm., carport w/utility rm.
Nice quiet neighborhood. Reduced to
$35,000 obo. Call 229-6055.
St. Joe Beach, 5424 Americus, 2
bdrm., 2 ba., ch&a. carport, deck,
fenced yard. $57.500. 647-5369.
Three bedroom, two bath house,
nice lots under $30.000. As Is, 606
Maddox St.. Oak Grove. 904-456-
8195. 3tp 2/17
5 acres land, Honeyville, near
Wewahitchka,; $12.000. Call 227-
1482. ltc 2/24
3 bedroom, 1 bath, Ig. liv. rm.,
laundry room, carport w/utility room.
Nice quiet neighborhood, reduced to
$35,000 obo. Call 229-6055.
Single family residential lot,
88'x139, paved streets,, all utilities,
subd. across from dedicated beach,
Nautilus Dr., next to Gulf Aire. 639-
5686. 4tp 2/3
5 acres, w/wo 1991 Destiny mo-
bile home, 14'x52' ch/a, 240' well,
septic, 12'x18' workshop. Stonemill
Creek area, 639-5686. 4tp 2/3
3 bedroom, 1 bath house, with
carport. 443 Parker Ave., H.V.
$39,000. Call 227-7287. tfc 2/3
1.4 acres at Simmons Bayou,
partially cleared. Lots of old oak trees,
5 minutes from town, golf course and
beaches. Call 904-229-2708 after 5
p.m. tfc 2/3
Must sell: great condition 14'x
70' mobile home and lot located in
Wewa, Lands Landing area. Call 227-
1313. tfc 2/3
2 bedroom, 1 bath house on 1/2
acre lot, 7 miles north of Overstreet.
Call 648-8433. tfc 2/3
1/2 acre lot with septic tank,
$9,500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing, 227-2020, ask for Billy.
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfc 2/3
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
JANUARY 25, 1994
The Gulf County Board of County Comms. met
this date In regular session with the following
members present: Chairman Warren J. Yeager.
Jr.,, and Comms. Nathan Peters, Jr., Billy E. Tray-
lor, Michael L. Hammond and Jessie V. Arm-
Others present were: County Attorney J. Pat-
rick Floyd, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wibberg, Adminis-
trator R. Larry Wells, Building Inspector Don But-
ler. Assistant Building Inspector Richard Combs,
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford, Public Works
Superintendent Bob Lester and Chief Deputy Sher-
iff Ray Richter.
The meeting was called to order at 6:02 p.m.,.
Administrator R. Larry Wells opened the meet-
ing with prayer and Chairman Warren J. Yeager,
Jr. led the Pledge f Allegiance to the Flag.
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second by.
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the minutes for the following
meetings: January 5, 1994-Special Meeting; Janu-
ary 10, 1994-Workshop; January 11, 1994-
Regular Meeting; January 13, 1994-Workshop
RECEIVE BIDS-(#9394-06)-BRUSH CHIPPER
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for a brush chipper for the City of Wewahitch-
ka,. the Board received the following bids: 9 Inch
Chipper 12 Inch Chipper. Southeastern Equip-
ment-$13,641.00- $15.950.00, St Joe Rent-All-
$10,934.00-NO BID, Equipment Parts-$14,577.00.
The Board tabled the bids for: further review'
and recommendation. "
FmHA- JERRY AUSLEY AND MINNIE JOHN-
Mr. Jerry Ausley and Ms. Minnie Johnson of
Farmers Home Administration addressed the
Board regarding the various programs that FmHA
has to offer and how they benefit the citizens of
Gulf County. Ms. Johnson stated that It would
benefit the citizens of Gulf County if FmHA could
work with the county with regard to the SHIP Pro-
gram. The Board expressed their appreciation to
Mr. Ausley and Ms. Johnson for their efforts in.
Gulf County. I, ., I -
BEACON HILL- ZONING- JUDY STORY
Ms. Judy Story of Beacon Hill requested a var-
lance from the Board to place a mobile home in an
area of Beacon Hill that is .restricted to single- -
family dwelling. The Board stated that they had no
authority to grant this request, and that Ms. Story
should contact the Homeowner's Association or
the previous owner of the property.
RESOLUTION- NAMING OF OVERSTREET
BRIDGE- W.G. HARDY, SR. BRIDGE
Upon discussion by members of the W.G. 'Har-
dy, Sr. family, Comm. 'Traylor motioned that' the
Board agreed to support naming the Overstreet
Bridge after W.G. Hardy, Sr. Comm. Hammond
second the motion and the motion passed unanii.
mously. .. '
INVOICE- LIFE MANAGEMENT CENTER
Comm. Hammond motioned to table the in-
voice from Life Management Center (Baker Act) In
the amount of $121.28. Comm. Peters seconded
the motion. After discussion the'motion passed 3-
2, with Comms. Hammond, Peters and Armstrong
voting yes and Chairman Yeager and Comm. Tray-
lor voting no. ,
INVOICE- BAY MEDICAL CENTER (HCRA),
: Upon motion by Comm. Hanimond, second by
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved payment of an Invoice from Bay
Medical Center (HCRA) In the amount of $4522.11
for N. Nicodemus.
INVOICE- JULIAN WEBB AND ASSOCIATE-
RED BULL ISLAND PROJECT
Comm. Hammond motioned to pay Julian
Webb &' Associate final billing for administrative
services on the Red' Bull Island Project in the
amount of $5,240.00, with $1,171.94 to be paid
from the remaining grant funds and $4,068.06 to
be paid from the Secondary Road and Bridge
Fund. Comm. Traylor seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously .
COUNTY EMPLOYEE- DRUG TEST
Administrator Wells reported to the Board that
Road Department Employee Shep Meredith's drug
test was negative.
COMMUNITY SERVICE BLOCK GRANT AP--
PLICATION- GULF COUNTY COORDINATED
Upon recommedatuon by Admintstrator WelLi.
Comm Harrmmond motioned to approve the CSBG
grant application for the Gulf County Coordiniitei
Tr.uprirauoii Comm Peters seconded the mo
tion and the motion passed unanimously
GULF COUNrY ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE
ABUSE TESTING POLICY
Cmrr, Traylor motioned to adopt the Alcohol
arid Siubstaice Abuse Testing Policy as presented
to the Board, with the necessary correctloios as in-
structed by the County Attorney and for the policy
to become effective immediately. Comm. Hammond
seconded the motion and the moon passed unan-
SOLID WASTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN
GULF COUNTY AND ARGUS. INC.
Administrator Wells stated that Argus had re-
quested additional time to present a S-lid Waste
Agreement for the Board's approval. Chairman,
Yeager requested that the Special Meetiun sched
uled for Thursday, February 3. 1 '9 4 be can-celled.
911 GRANT FUNDS
Administrator Wells noted that the County
had received grant 'funds -in the amount of
$42,609.88 for the 911 System.
RESOLUTION- FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL-
BUDGET INITIATIVE 1994-95
Comm. Peters motioned'to adopt the following
'resolution. Comm. Traylor seconded the motion.
After discussion, the motion passed 4-1 (Comm.
Hammond opposed). Copy of Resolution No. 94-01
Is on file at the Gulf County Courthouse.
TOLL FREE CALLING
Administrator Wells discussed a letter from an
individual requesting the Board's assistance In
contacting the Florida Public Service Commission.
to ask for toll free calling from pulf County to Pan-
ama' City, FL. The Board took no. action.
UNION- PUBLIC HEARING
Upon discussion by Administrator Wells, the
Board agreed to set a date for a public hearing for
the union negotiations, when the final Impasse
Items are teceived..It was noted that both parties
had signed a waiver of Special Master.
The Board requested that Administrator Wells
proceed with the purchase of pagers, at an esti-
.mated' cost of $13.00 per month, for Chairman
Yeager, Comms. Armstrong, Traylor and Peters,
Emerge,c) Managemeni Co Ordinator Nelson and
LEASE AGREEMENT-NORTHWEST FLORIDA
Comm. Peters motioned to amend the length
of the lease agreement between Gulf County and
Northwest Florida HEAD START from 12 months
to 6 months for office space In the Old Gulf County
. Courthouse. Comm. Traylor seconded the motion
and the motion passed unanimously.
County Attorney Floyd stated that the contract
between Gulf County and Honeywell is still being
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- ROOF'WAR-
County Attorney Floyd noted that he had been
contacted by U.S. Intec and that the warranty for
the new roof on the Gulf County Courthouse is val-
'Id for 20 years.
County Attorney Floyd stated 'that the Board
requested that Mr. Floyd write that attorney for
Ba, Medical Center, stating that the Board does
ioi oe the billing for Mary Ramsey. .
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION- J. HYS-
Upon motion. by. Comm. Peters, second by
Comm. Traylor and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved that James Hysmith be allowed to return to
work Immediately and to be given all back pay that
is due to him minus any unemployment compen-
sation that he had received.
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION- HEAR-
ING- D. CLIFFORD
Upon request by County Attorney Floyd, the
Board agreed for Building Inspector Butler attend
the telephone hearing for the determination of ben-
efits for unemployment compensation for former
employee Dan Clifford. '
EMS GRANT- ADVERTISE FOR COMPUTER
Upon discussion by County Attorney Floyd,
Comm. Peters motioned to advertise for bids to sell
ithe computer equipment located at Gulf Pines
Hospital that was purchased through an EMS
grant and Is owned by the County. Comm. Ham-
mond seconded the motion and the motion passed'
unanimously. The Board.stated that JoAnn Wilson
of Gulf Pines Hospital would.provided the specifi-
RESOLUTION- STEP PAY PLAN FOR COR-
RECTIONAL OFFICERS L
upon motion by Comms. Peters, second by
Comm. Traylor and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved the following Resolution, Copy of Resolu-
tion No. 94-02 Is on file at the Gulf County Court-
AWARD BID (#9394-06) BRUSH CHIPPER
Upon discussion by Building Inspector Butler,
the Board requested that the respecure bidde,'s be
conacLed ,hv the Cleia s oitsIe to preseea a demon.-
stationi o1' their bti.-h chippel The Board ie,L1uesi-
ed thai Corniir Tra',lor aid Arrsmtrtr,.g atte.l -Ithe
demoiisLraU,:,i-m ahd present theh. reC'_-.mel1dauon
Lt the Board'
Building Innspector Buier discussed a letter
mlnliti i o FEMA regarding the flood zoning In Gulf
CLOSING OF PORT ST. JOE DUMP
Building Inspector BulIer .ited that he had
received c.licil iniflcatloi frorr' the Departmrent
of Environmental Prote(clon regarding the closing
of the Pon St. Joe Dump
INVOICE- SOurHEASTERN MECHANICAL
Upon mouon b) Comm Tra.lor. second by
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote. the
Board approved payment oflan Inrolce from South-
eastern Mechanical in the amount of $16.998.00
lor the Dilkeilh Fire Department Building. conin-
genm upon Building Inpector Butler's final inspec.
INVOICE- SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL
Ccmm. Hammond motioned to pay an invoice
from Southeastern Mechanical in the amount of
$7,250 00 for t.e C-30 water line fire hydrant.
with $3.625 00 of the total invoice to be paid from
the South Gulf County. Fire Department and
$3,625.00 to paid from Other Current Charges
ADDITION TO GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Building Inspector Butler stated that a 20' X
40' addition, to the Courthouse for a new Comms.
meeting room would cost an estimated
$165,000.00. He stated that it would not be feasi-
ble to provided a second story to the Sheriffs De-
partment. The Board took no action.
Upon discussion by Solid Waste Director Dan-
ford. Comm. Hammond motioned to have the Solid
Waste Direcoir proceed with an 'Amnesty Day for
haza-rdous wa.te collection dunng the month of
May. Comin. Traylor secondecd the motion and the
moon passed unanimously
The meeunig recessed at 7:30 p.m.. E.S T.
The meetu.g reconvened at 7-52 p.m.. E.S T.
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM
Upon mr, tion by Comm Hammond. second by
Comm Armsu.i nig. anid Liuanimous .j the
Board approved an uanoice from Preble-RFuh. Inc
In the amnrrti, of $3.000.0 for engineering servic-
es oi the WhrtIe Clt) Water System.
BEACON HILL PARK- GRANT
Upon dL-tiislon by County Engineer Rish,
Comrm Hammond motioned to reaubmut the grant
applicauoiin fr Beacon Hill Park. Comm. Peters
secoided the mrouon aind the notion passed unan-
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM- WATKINS
ENGINEERS & CONSTRUCTORS, INC. :
Comm Pe'ers ducussed two letters that were
sent to each Board member from Ed Hill of Wat-
kiins Enin.eers and Conqstructors. Inc. regarding
the White City Water Syatem Chairmarn Yeager
stated .that he had a meeting with Mr. Rish and
Mr. Hill and that all matters had been resolved.
Comm. Peteirs asked if an inspector was on the job
at the appropriate.times and if the change orders
were being approved. Mr. Rish stated that an in-
spector was on the job when it was needed and the
amount of Watkins requests for a change order did
not match and that Is why he refused to give a,
change order. After discussion, Mr. Rish stated
that an agreement had been made between Chair-
man Yeager, Mr. Hill and himself, and a change or-
der was Issued. Mr. Rish stated that all matters of
concern had been resolved.
MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT- POSITION
Upon motion by Comm. T-raylor, second by
Comm. Hammond, and unanimous vote, the board
agreed to post a job notice for a Maint. III position
in the Maintenance Department, at the Road De-
partment and at the Mosquito Control Department
for (5) five days 'and if no response Is received,
then It will advertised publicly.
APPRAISAL- COMPACTOR SITE
Comm. Traylor motioned to have an appraisal
of the Compactor Site and if the Compactor Site Is
sold, that 1/2 of the appraisal cost will be paid by
the City of Port St. Joe. Comm. Hammond second-
ed the motion and the motion passed unanimous-
ROAD DEPARTMENT- MECHANIC POSITION
Due to ,. mrnimal response lor the Mechanic I
r,,-iorl. -t trhe Road Depart-ment. Comm. Traylor
mo.ti.ined to re advertise (I) one %eek for the posl-
tr 1rn Co,mn, Hammonid seconded the motion and
the iotlon passed .i.ainilmously.
308 Williams Ave. 227-1278
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES-
Comm. Peters motioned that any Comm. be al-
lowed to attend "Legislative Day" in Tallahassee for
the Florida Association of Counties, March 15th
and 16th, 1994. Comm. Hammond seconded the
motion anid the motion passed unanimously.
RESOLUTION- OPPOSING GUN CONTROL
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second by
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved to have Administrator Wells draft
a resolution opposing gun control.
NATIONAL HURRICANE CONFERENCE
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second by
Comm. Peters, and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved that any Comm. may attend the National
Hurricane Conference In New Orleans, March 8-
11, i994. It was noted that the county would be
reimbursed by the State for the expenses.
LETTER OF SUPPORT- PREBLE-RISH. INC.
Upon motion by Comm. Traylor, second by
Comm. Hammond, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved to write a letter of support to the
Department of Transportation on behalf of Preble-
Rish, Inc., regarding an engineering contract for
expansion of the Gulf County Correctional Insti-
tute. The Board requested that Administrator
Wells write the letter.
Chairman Yeager passed the chair to Vice-
Chairman Hammond and motioned to approve the
memo from Public Works Superintendent Lester
requesting that (2) two employees be paid for their
vacationfrom 1993, since they were unable to take
their vacation by the end of 1993. Comm. Peters
seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously. Acting Chairman Hammond re-
turned the chair to Chairman Yeager.
AMEND PERSONNEL POLICY
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second by
Comm. Traylor, and imanimous vote, the Board
deleted Section 3-D, Section 6A, Page I I of the
Personnel policy, and amended the policy as fol-
lows: The designation of the time that an employ-
ee's vacations may be taken shall be at the discre-
tion of the supervisor, contingent upon there being
no conflict with the Union Contract.
ADVERTISE ROAD PAVING PROGRAM
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second by
Comm. Traylor, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved to advertise for bids for the road paving
program. The Board requested that Preble-Rish,
Inc. provide the specifications.
LAND USE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Upon motion by Comm. Traylor, second' by
Comm. Hammond, and unanimous vote, the
Board appointed the following individual to the
Land Use Review Committee, with each Comm.
submitting (1) one name each. 1. Ralph Fisher, 2.
Rawlis Leslie, 3. Charles Cleckley, 4. Tom Gibson,
5. Peter Rosasco
The Board stated that the purpose of this cam-
mittee was to review the original land use designa-
tions that were designated Incorrectly.
Chairman Yeager passed the chair to Vice-
Chairman Hammond, and motion to designate
CHOICES for the FY 1993/94, as the recipient of
the funds, $41,678.57, received as a result of Ordi-
nance 90-4, which authorizes an additional as-
sessment for criminal offenses establishing the
Gulf County Drug Albuse Trust Fund. Comm. Tray-
lor seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously. Acting Chairman Hammond re-
turned the chair to Chairman Yeager.
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Comm. Traylor;-second by Comm. Ham-
mond, and unanimous vote, the meeting did ad-
journ at 8:39 p.m., E,S.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR.
/S/BENNY C. LISTER
I Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH ATEC Project No. 73-09-94-00010: Wewa-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF hltchrka High School; Building No. 2 U-
S FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. brary; Wewahltchka, Florida.
CASE NUMBER 94-10 will be accepted on or before 10:30 am.,
[N PROBATE. Eastern Standard Time (ESIf, on March 24. 1994,
at,.which time they will be publicly opened and
IN RE: Estate of read aloud. No bid will be accepted after 10:30
ROGER H. BRINSON. a.m., EST, on March 24, 1994.
Deceased All bids shall be submitted to:
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION School Board of Gulf County
TI E ADMINISTRATION of the estLae of ROG- Gulf County Courthouse
ER H. BRINSON. deceased. File Number 94-10. Is U.S. 'Highway 71 North
pending in the circuit Court for Gulf County. Flor- Port St. Joe, Florida 32456-196&
Ida, Probate Division. the address of which la Gulf and be plainly marked on the outside of the
County Courthouse. 1000 Fifth Street. P rt SL sealed envelope-
Joe. Florida. 32456 The name and address of the Bid for ATEC Project No. 73-09-94-00010
personal Representative and her attorney are set Asbestos Abatement
forth below. Wewahitchka' High School;'Building No. 2
All interested persons are required to file Library
WITHIN THREE 13) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF East River Road
THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE. 11) All School Board of Gulf County
claims against the estate and 12) any objection by Wewahltchka, Gulf County, Florida
an Interested person on whom nonce waa senred 'b A pre-bid conference an d walk-through will
that challenges the validity of the Will. the quallfi- be held at 9:00 a.m., Central .Standard Time, on
cations of the Personal Repreaernta0me. venue or
jurisdiction of the Court. March 3, 1994, at the Administration Office of We-
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC- wahitchka High School located at East River Road
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER inWewahitchka, Gulf county, Florida. All interest-
BARRED. ed bidders must attend the pre-bid conference and
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of walk-through. Failure to attend will automatically
Administration Is February 17. 1994. disqualify the company from bidding.
SARA ELIZABETH BRINSON BROWNE The contract documents including the Sped-
P.O. Box 185 flcations and Instructions for ATEC Project Num-
Irwinton, GA31042' ber 73-09-94-00010 may be obtained for a non-
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE refundable fee of $50.00 per set from:
WILLIAM J. RISH ATEC Associated, Inc.
RISH & GIBSON, PA 5555 W. Waters Avenue, Suite 604
303 Fourth Street Tampa, Florida 33624
P.O. Box 39 S (813) 886-0907
Port SL Joe, FL 32456 Bid preparation shall be in accordance with
(904) 2298211 the Instructions to Bidders found in the Specifica-
ATrORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE tons. Bidders shall be pre-qualified as per restric-
FL BARNO. 0066806 -tions in the Specifications to include years in
/ /Tanya Kno,0 Deputy Clerk abatement operations, references and number and
/sler a Knox, Deuty Crt size of projects completed. The Owner reserves the
Publish: February 17. 24. 1994. right to waive any and all irregularities and to re-
ject any or all bids. Any claims for cost incurred by
any bidder in 'preparation of any part of their bid
for this project will not be honored for reimburse-
INVITATION TO BID mentby the Owner.
Sealed bids for the Asbestos Abatement of Publish: February 17, 24, 1994.
Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
NEW LISTINGS: REALTOR
St. Joe Beach, 247 Santa Anna. Nice 2 bedroom, I
bath house on 75'x150' lot. Living room and 2 bed-
room sets included. Priced right at $48,500.
Hwy. 98 & 20th Street Ideal fixer-upper originally
listed at $85,000. Four bedroom, three bath house on
nice corner lot. Price slashed to $60,000.
Mexico Beach 16th Street Lot 8, Block D, Unit 2.
Nice 75'x100' lot. Reduced to $21,000.
Mexico Beach Waterfront Dolphin Run #7 fully fur-
nished, tastefully decorated townhouse, 2 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath. Excellent rental record. End unit $110,000,
reduced to $102,000.
JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor
ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor
HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
Buyers-Sellers-We Need Listings
Save Time-Get Results
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #0001273
Frances Chason 229-8747 Rena Malear 229-8906
Doris Strickland 229-8988
PORT ST. JOE
Cape Plantation: 3 bedroom, 2 ba. home. Large kitchen, Florida room & patio. Dbl.
car garage, all appliances, ceiling fans, drapes & blinds. Golf course across the
street & airport at back of property. Nice level lot 110'x250', $96,500.
1207 Palm Blvd. 3 bedroom, 2 ba., partially furnished, cen. h/a. Outside storage,
carpet and deck- $70,000. Reduced.
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry, central h/a & outside storage, car-
pet and deck- $52,400.00
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex, recently redecorated, good rental record. Owner
says make an offer.
510 8TH ST. 4PLEX, 1 bedroom furnished apartments, good rental record-$38,000
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE OR SECOND HOME.Two
bedroom, 1 ba. house. Completely, furnished on 1 1/2 lots, fenced, quiet and
only three blocks to beach. Asking $45,000.
Mobile Home Squirrel Ave.- 10'X50' with 10'X50' addition on back. 10X20 awning
on front, 3BR., 1 1/2 BA. Completely furnished, TV, dishes, linens etc. Cent. H/
A, 20X40 boatshed w/elect. lights- A steal at only $25,000.
2Br. 1 Ba. 815 sq. ft. with 759 sq. ft. screened porches. Built on piers close to water.
Lot 300' front and 130' deep. Central H/ac is Rheem heat pump.
LOTS and ACREAGE
Corner of 8th and Marvin 127.5x175'. Cleared and ready to build on $16,500.
Long Ave.: 2 nice high lots, 128'X172' cleared and ready to build on. $20,000.
White City-Beaty subdivision-6 lots 35-40 w/septic tank 90X180 .37 acre. $6,000.
Approx 6 acres on Hwy 71, four miles north of White City. Asking $4,000 per acre.
Gulf County Farm Tracts: 2 1/2 acres corner.Bailey Rd. & Hwy. 71. Mobile home in
need of repairs located on property. $12,000 for all.
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
paved street. Excellent development area.
St. Joseph Shores: 3 acres w/231 ft. of Hwy. frontage-owner will listen to offers.
Chip6la Cut Off PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 3 lots ONLY $8,000.00.